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VOL- VIn NO. 49
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GUARD Of HONOR
LINING, OCTOBER 26, 1905. PRICE, 5 CENTS
Sm A il
GSows and Chs.. hM
pans IdBaem Strti
MN I am it 12 I Ld I LUllII Cr. y. II I Equitable ClearW Sixtu miim
ia hllars in HiMb Metts.
SIs ei SENSATIONAL FLUCTUATIONS IN Wotel m yj EftIn
NEW YORK MARKET FOLLOW- -
:* NM W TROOPS ANDINOECT. Ilt Wf l i Ft ED IMMEDIATELY AFTER RE- ,l Iu I Pu i~it'S INTERESTING DEVtLOPMENT IN
S ARWKSW AT FORT BE- a..OR w A R EIVE. AN INSURANCE MATTERS WAS THE
PME AIT9RIM C ITY-MADE w *S- RT W RCEIV -JANU- STATEMENT ISSUED BY PRESI-
ARY MADE ADVANCE OF 37
A -- AT CITY PARK AND DENT MORTON-COMMITTEE
Signals announcing the approach of POINTS. By AAu#sisi te
AT LNCEON-PARTY a stora were displayed yesterday and ADJOURNED UNTIL AFTER NEW
IiWT 1 m PEN IS AT 4 P. I slt night over the government build- CIPAL ELECTION,
it the wea AbureauThaing 4 P. eB lAt sso oe t v t balid- New Orteass, tYc 25-Fol- 2 YORK MUNICIPAL ELECTION,
t. the weather barea vl re- By Ak diated Pre. o ~Oi g in the gIe yellow NOVEMBER 8.
calved information of the approach Dallas, Texas, Oct. 2I-Te report fever report to aPl l.: NOVEM
IV A las Prr., of a storm from the southwest. The of the National Ginners Association New cases, 9; ft to date, *
rle a6i., Ark,, Oct. 35.-The esUige was as follows: made public today was as follows: t- 3,378.
S Deaths, 2; total f6 date, 439. New York, Oct. 25.-More startling
temrd's Wtionm miS welcome "Southwest Storm Warinag-Pen- "We estimate the amount of cotton New foci, 4. than the testimony before the legsla-
eM a SraliMte of hk experid- acola, Apalachieola, Carrabelle, Ce- ginned to October 18 to be between Cases under treatment, 54. 'X tve committee investlwting the
m o W the Mpat week a through dar Keys, Dannel!oa, Tampa. Storm four million four hundred thousan 1 Cases disebarge 'I methods of Insurance companies to-
the sat. Crowds gtehr to greet aver west Teunessee, moving east. and four million five hundred .hon- m ds of dance cm nes
bir at e'ery tara some new evi- High southwest winds this afternoon, sand bales. These reports show that t, day Rwa the announcement byy Presi-
di, fe c e oralty wa eteade&. shifting to wet and northwest." about 46 per cent of the crop s ga- New Orlean, Oct. -Whe the tual Life that a committee of the
Te l&W atr h6or dmrina the ea- It is expected that following ihe ned and indicates a crop of ten mil- eve of the president's tt doer not board of trustees of his company had
rm E n of twelve Unioi storm will come cooler weather. At lion bales. Florida ginned 3,742 3ad yellow lever stamped out in New been appointed to investigate the
StwelOer Cmlaterate veterans of least it is hoped that such will be against 36,724 last year; crop .33 pr Orleans, it i the eonviethe of all fed- company and its methods. The mem-
t dal war, a tact which greatly the case. cent short. Georgia ginned 1,033300 eral and other sclentis s w*o are gath- bers of the committee are William
seea the prmidet. Weather S ary. bales against 1,013,000 last year; crop ered here that the risk he ruas it H. Truesdell, Effingham H. Morris,
The Pt reached Argenta, a su- Observer Reed, in his summary of 23 per cent short; about fifty per cent coming to New Orleans- for a da~: is and John W. Auchilicloss, all promin-
bart Lttle Rock, nm time this weather conditions, yesterday said:. of the cotton is being held for ten infnitesimally small The crowded ent in the financial and business
mn tE a a t tae o'clock the train The depression which was in ex- and twelve cents since the recent de- program which has bee& ranged will world.
tdt to eRig Rock, where the presi- taeme northern Texas has moved to cline. South Carolina ginned 684,0:) keep him contlnuohull n the move, This action was taken at a meeting
Wt Mhte4. He was escorted to west Tennesee causing cloudiness to, bales against 607,686 last year; crop and if there arg ray fa fltad ego a of the board today and was the re-
the b t whee he rweiewed the troops overspread the country east of the last year; crop 24 per cent short of still at large i* tlie they -&I1 suit of the insurance investigating
Mi ta i t barracks. lM1i111Sppl River, and light rain last year; about forty per cent of the have little opport i lttek him. matter brought before the board by
r Wa y alevae 'clock whei ward through Virginia to cotton is being held for a higher While the fever h lt e tirei. President McCurdy. Tnc committee
S- y g r I Utlte e, where th, lower lakes sad New England: price." stamped out, t la ao completely will begin work at once.
:7me $MONO Wft b e rain h" tram sevrml e te k a wM
Sw~l at rn s es -rtCens es Rer ..t eradicaBes led .eRe Another interesting development
6m I 1as whomL r h v"ainY hu@" 5:a f*onea"tj wiuW sti sntoi t 2. k-U &LE orh W a ttr l-tm ce ma4t~r today was the
Aibtr E ale"lA weata7he l.aWMO to St. a I"UX rxueWril ttab W fiit yU eAlayIasi9 ataEtIement ilsvred by Piesident cMor-
Swl ac-sl #at Argnti t~, ltemperatare has oecured o, rthe cotte sinned In the Equtab showing thaedt
Sned States .eaators Berry and the east Gult and Atlantic states. States to October 18 as 4,940.72, ton of the Equabl showing at
.r i b Fales, counting round bales as 3 STRI i the receipts of that com-pany for nine
4drkge. G rDavsa and Federal The northward tendency of this disI- bales, against 6.417,891 bales, to the months of this year exet:ded the Cx-
Jdge Trebor. turbance has been checked by a high same date last year. a, Sn penditures by over sixteen mil!:.,a
At Lttle Rock the party was es- area which has moved from North S1.f f RSBUR dollars, an increase of over five hun-
eort. to City Park, where the prest- Dakota to the Lake Regior which will Price Goes Skyad dredthosan dollars pared
dent wa introduced by General C:ay-'result in the depresn New York, Oct. 25.-The report of dred thousand dollars compared
l a m Pwellr formerly Mexca ambas in an easterly direction- followed by the Census Bureau caused sensation- the same period last yo:r. The re-
b eIdea t spoke at som e!cl arin and es ooler oeathner. T'e al fluctuations in the cotton market. By Associated Press ceipts for premiums on ,policies for
ST pri t poke at some airing and cooler weather. The Before the report was issued the Washington, Oct. 25.-The state e- the third quarter of h year
Aegth, referriag to the pleasure ofdepessin over Montana has incras market was nervous on rumors that apartment to-day received a cablegram
et veteas of both sides n the higher temperature over Montana deci he report would show fully six ml from Mr. Eddy, American charge over a million dollars less than in
1t ee k of th ciln thiher tenmperaiture over Montan an lion bales. Following the report with- 'affairs at St. Petersburg, stating 1!904.
dtvi war. h e spoke of the children the Dakotat. High pressure, fro ea in ten minutes January shot up 37 that owing to the ra~-way strike, ail The committee adjourned today un-
and the ve of education and brief- and cool weather prevails e from n points to ten seventy, and other communication was cut off from St.i til Nt, ember 8, the day after the
y rerd to lynch law as demoa- c oa to ee noh months showed similar activity. Petersburg. municipal elections
eastward to the upper lakes, w mth m h
S iesna beth to the criminal and tbh freezing temperatures in Nevada,I
a t lg NFllowIag his I4ddress Utah. Wyoming. and from western
hmeon was serveed, which was at- Nebraska to the -ipper Lake Regio. --- -
r8 i d by a large number of pronuin- The east eriy advance of these condli- -
tions will result in rain and cooler
aht ClwU5. p tonight. fair and colder Thursday,
e party let for Memphis at four with brisk to hieh Southwest winds
0Wieck where they will arrive at, shifting to Northwest.
4tt o'clock this evening. There the
arty will be separated. the press" ent STRIKFRS AND
Sertary Loeb and Surgeon Rlxey1
going to New Orleans and the rest lNGINEMEN rioT
turning to Washington. NGINEM N
NO STRIKEBL B By Associated PrMw
St. Petersburg, Oct. 2o.-An encoun-
T XTII UN IOI S tr took place thi evening between
s t;'klrs and engine drfhers who were
4 p,.-epari.g to take out rains. Revol- -
ver shots were exei-ngd and a nu'n- 0
By AeaC~ated Pres. :,er of persons killed and .aound .:.
P al River. Mass .. c0. 2-.-Ench &o
tbe five unions conne:ed with ;he NUMBER OF ARRESTS ... -- l
textile industry voted unani.mouslv to- MADS YESTERDAY | -- r
tEght to postpe,) ac;i n on the .tarter Deputy Sherif Sanders oa his trip Illv .
of declaring a strike until Mondiy. 'o the detention camp made a num-
Ihis was done a~ :he r-quest of a ber of arrests. -He went there n in'
comnsit!ee from the Manufacturers' charge of a number of prisoners and ,
Association. who dersied that rai'rcal poceded to brig back as large a
,number as he left here with. The / Qf.
action be p:osponed pending a coa-parties arrested and the charges
v. (renep between the manufacturers against them are: '
ad the textile unions William Selfert and Asca S ver, il
for killing stock; Chas. M. Eggilns I
JOSEPH ASSELFORtD DIED obtalaag monBey by'false pretenses; 'f II
YESTTERDAY MORNING! C. Johansen and J. C. Jenasoa, for S /
Sviolating the Quralatne regulat.ous. t
\J Constable Bobe also arrested J. H.'
JosnPh Asselford.. a well knows H^itnAg.a, Cared, t(r-ged with /
bau man expired yesterday aorninr larceny. f SV ArrAIQt
a: h:i home. No. 61O West Main wFOOD R. t.I I
k r afTer la illnesss of ablot *a Candidatea Legally o* Tickt I .*^^S U 5 OtS l jl f
Mr Asselford was a member io a New York, Oct. 25-.A decision -
H A. No. 1, and was one et the best that the Municipal Ownership Lea- J
known baymea in tae city. The fu- age's candidates are legally on the ]
netra crtege will leave the fwmilv New York city ticket and r titled i RUSSATf
roesim'ln~e this morning at 8:30 o'clock CO their emblem, a pair of scaea. was
an,! proceed to St. Michaei'a charch, reau ered yesterday by Justice Mad- ( IRAI '
'whre the funeral services will be d at the special term of the S- FOR
conducted at 8 o'clock. The interment psele Oourt in poklya. XPORT'
v will occur in St. Michael's cemetery. W I,-"
Moureeae 6ains a PeMt. Ridville. Id O. 26.-Bobbers |
Washington D. C.. Oct. S.-Mary yesterday blew opera the ae in j;e
Mabel Rogers, wader seateee of Ridgeville State Bank and eaped .
dea:h in Vermost for killing her hus- with about M W. hie exploston
band. has bete grated leave to pro aroused Cashier B son. lie bnr-
reeu on appel before the Sp mrel ried to the bank-, at was ahot a the!
Cout of the United States as a itw- aakle. Before gflag to the bank t;,e:
per without payment of eats. The robbers met the town watchman. The Car Oh!; Iknow ym are strvi, but the la o trade says that all this food ff n.';r <;>r.
teord in the canse wil be printed at overpowered and beaud and gagged' Whe you get real hungry peiap scmke charitable B le l In America w rl send over a shipload of grain !r u.
* *h public expen ble. im There sa A1.00t.M people a omisa on the rega of atarvatioa-4ws IteU.
BACK BONE OF
Only Eight New Cases of Yellow
Fevr Reprted by Phy-
GAMP TO BE CLOSED
Officil lNotfihation to This Effet
sumd by ODr. Porter.
DR. ANDRADE, BACTEmOLOGQIS
OF STATE SOARD OF HEALTH
LEAVES THIS MORNING FOR
JACKSONVILLE TWO DEATHS
FROM THE FEVER WEDNESDAY,
MRS ARBONA'S ILLNEI.
Following is the ofclal sum-
mary of the yellow fever situa-
tion up to last night:
New cases .................
Total to date.............. 505
Total deaths to date...... 70
Cases under treatment..... 85
Yesterday's report again showed a
slight improvement in the fever situ-
ation, and there is no doubt that the
backbone of the epidemic has now been
broken. There were only eight new
cases and two deaths, and no new
points of infection were discovered.
The new cases are:
T. Mattlesen. Fisherville.
Charlie. Moyer, 316' E. Intendencla.
C. D. Hase. 431 E. Zarragossa.
Mrs. IAla Luton. 409 Guillemarde.
Mrs. Onn. 319 E. Gregory.
Beesie Iewis, Corner Zarragossa
Mrs. C. F. Shaw, Big Bayou.
Mrs. Stearns, 313 North Alcaniz.
Soaftf -hnnw~cemat Nabt
Wesday by Pressint
BEGIN AT ONC-
TO BEGIN AT ONCE
Fifua KOilad drr Insried
of Telor Mft.
By AsocMated Pres
Washington, Oct. 25.-The state de
apartment today received a cablegram
from Santiago de Chile stating that
the reign of terror, said to have ex.
listed In that city since Monday, Is
passing and conditions were quieter
yesterday. The casualties Monday
number fifteen killed and one hun-
Details of the occurrences of Octo-
ber 22 and 23, days on which the die
turbances reached high-water mark,
show 'the situation to have b-ea more
serious than the dispatches hitherto
received would Indicate.
Sunday afternoon a public meeting
of twenty-five thousand persons was
held on the alameda, which soon de-
generatea' into a mob and free flgbt
ensued between the police and the
crowd. On account of the riot the
who'e city was in a state ot terror
SAILS 0 E1
The Kaiser Which Had Nine Cases
of Fever on hard
Depts. The deaths were:
Mrs. Gunn, 319 E. Gregory.
Mrs. Stearns, 313 N. Alcanlz.
The German ship Kaiser, which was Camp Murray to Be Closed.
delayed in this port for over a motth Dr. Porter yesterday issue, an
on account of the prevalence aboard o
the vessel of yellow fever, has at las offical notification that Camp Murray,
sailed on her voyage. The vessel the detention camp. will be closed .,n
got under way Tuesday and is now October 31, in accordance with or.lers
far out at sea. previously issue' by Surgeon General
The Kaiser was singularly unfor-Wyman. The closing of the detention
tunate on her visit to this port. She
had taken her cargo and cleared, and camp shows that the officials relieve
would have sailed on her voyage in the fever is now practically done for,
a few days, when sickness was dis- Dr. Andrade Leaves To-day.
covered amqpg the men. This proved
to be yellow fever, and before it Another evidence of the wind-up of
could be checked nine of the crew the fever will be found in the fact that
were either dead or down with the Dr. Edw. Andrade. Iacteriologrit of
fever.the state boar,, of h'-alrh. who ,-ame
This necessitated the ship remain- ate boh wo a
ing here until the recovery of some here several we'ks aeo. frot Jack-
of the men. Thr.e of them died, bir i onville. to assist 7h )h. o ,hir;,in.s in
the others recov re;l and left wi:h the their diagnostic wrw,. l. ;, :- :h
ship. n:orning for his hoi, w- r An!ra l
Among them was, the cabin bov. ,
who was among !lie fi ~t to die. Thbi has been of gra a--i' ten :: '"*
was his first: ) ge, ndd when the work with which r :i, ; ans if.e
cantain left his home port th b)oy hadl to dial s:n p 'ii :* '. i-
was plac';l in h::; charge by his pai- rovered in Pensa cola ;In.I :, ,
entq. The la;te:r v ie .it thel do: ( t ad iion n i, 'n n '' ,
see hin dtepar. Iliti;l d reaminng th a
thet y w ere se- ing iini for ;he mI .r -' r .t '", if' !I, At*(-
time. One of thre adl duties of the .i'-;arnc *' *'. ,.-- '..
maa.- 'r iipon his rc:, rn will be to in, f : .-r c'is- ,n ; .
form thlim of thr:ii son's dezith. w,::* krid, f .
WANT CHARLES FOR-
KING Of NORWAY
By Associated Press.
r'1;i-i ;ina. .'r-. i . tr . '.-.- Th,
v\ i' rier n nrT :j a ; r' t U', si'i)i of / tr
ltor hilg tor-(ay a- kd 'o bhP ,ndowed
. .thi fut l p,%w-'r ': ; rn l :a' wi
r'rin( (Charls. of, Di),nmtirk for hi;; ar
i;ai(- (io '(' c ) cr;wn of Norwayv on
:: :,ni' r:'a, ; in'z thhar :h,- peo pic )if
Sir\' ..\ ',A ):'.' ,n-iur' e t: n d.rf.siron I
; ''"" h:!; :.i;i,i O'. r'T'rinm -nit iy r :
Oil Advances in Texas.
" :' *.'\ i- ; '"I'. A ;
,,' t : " j- ". ^. ,:
Sjaor Has Yellow Fever in Havana.
. ', 00.3. ()' .' -' T r., i;:nrc-.-. :
na O !. T. -. '. '
't.' ; r.. ye.uw fe',er.
i '. '
Mr. G Ger-ln F'r'erl.
Pous unle--ak .d'
33flP 1FP1WB Shflr mad -ri
T mi Thuuu Us fair;
bustft bec -~
PENSACOOLA, FLOWKUA9 TMUR6ItA-t
WILL MAKE INVESTIGATION
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m dbom bommeft
AWN W IN% G Msmft w
a"-sk am I-
40 eeRA &W fmorte amrham
&us ro WAO&om e w
ow some do b am sam"
a fagft i ft
(Y t t-' tlrr u_% but twowI
2jIiI~! tbat b ru cs
Irm 16 WCPW I dIb S
W.~ ~ ~Ild k
AX UZWL&AIWU WAIIMTED.
FTIrxL' / y
IN HIS MODEST WAY.
"Gentlemen," said the drummer, u he
looked around on the group. "I w.s away
In the West on one of my regular trips
when I saw by the papers that the peace
conference at Portsmouth was likely to
fall. I dropped everything and hired a
special train and headed for New Hamp-
"What forT' was Innocently asked.
"As soon as I reached Portsmouth,"
continued the drummer and treating the
Inqatry with contempt, "I asked for an
Interview with WItte and Komura. It
was instantly granted. When I stood be-
fore the two of them I said:
'Witte, you must concede everything
but an indemnity.'
"'I'll do It, Dan,' says be-'do It for
" 'And Komura,' ays I 'you most waive
that question on Indemnity and give up
ImIth--very time that full hack gets mixed up In
Josa--Got a right to be. I just wrote an lamrawce
yesterday for $5,000.
a serImmage yo
policy e ha Ut
SINCE W HEN.
'Too say." said the minister to the
man with a ho ree pl Ia hib nektie,
"that you have bes led to see the error
of your ways'
"Yes, I think I have." was the reply.
"Did this change of heart come about
through a serious inlles "
"Di someone att down and argus the
matter with yoar
"No. I can't say tat."
"Sine when do you date you detw
mination to lead an Irreproachable lifer
"It was about two months ago."
"And was theMe ay partIclar tdat
senseted with tr'
"Thrm was. I was during my auto
down a long hill at the rate of a 3lle a
minute, when a tire busted om me and I
took to the diteh. Then asa there I
made up my mMdl I I get eat of the
scrape alive I'd be a dileomt man, and
I have kept to my word."
The good man uttered a "aur to him-
self and did not sem amueh surprised
half an hoar later, wh the man wit
rTa Y a that ye m hvbe b* m o
to see the o ww tr year waSa
the borseeboe ina asl ft was I--
me r-o4w MW hog bIatI hwb wrst
Mr. pt5~-~ otse w~do pa take him
I ball hae to pll
sr, a gsambg4ma.
"*WHI-N THE I.EAV l HNGIN TO 1ALL. "
Mashleigh-Lett take a walk In the woods tomorrow. The foliage IB per-
fectly lovely this Fail.
Miss Prodely-Oh! I couldn't possibly. Don't you know that at this time
of the year the limbs of the trees are only half covered?
ANTKe N UGATIVE IN RIB COLI.ECTION.
ClOowae-TY- u amer mrry a photographer? But I'm not a photo-
--t -l Well. you s e, I heard the grlis all sayt you had
tir 0av0 a% iesoae aedated ym were a photographer.
A CBLESTIAL VOTAG.L
Whule el throu the tarry od Ot rdF t rowa, an Ohiot
With Dr. Barbawb-kk.c O fe Irew d of o', O
Tb. Wtaktum hoped an astroM Had ak the itam m a fw
Or otr w t toee Clo t to aameloto B bt
ForDr. B., r eaun (To be m)
October st-Forty e years ago today the Belvedere powder maganrsm
exapled aer Woolwich, Iiand.
Feo eme o( the me kted.
A S*b TOXXQ
*"I aw an m aegeaa bWt fetoatg u *
"Thb he must have bm Blg to his dlasr."
"I'11 do it, Dan." ays he, "for
half the Island of SNkhallen.'
'I you say so, ot course,' he an-
"Then both of you come out and have
a drink with me and let us have peace
within the next ten days.'
"That's what I did, gentlemen." said
the drummer, as he puffed away at his
cigar. "and whenever you see In the pa-
Iprs that the Emperor of Germany, King
Edwnrd and President Roosevelt had any-
thing to do with the matter you will
know the truth. I nau not boasting. hut
simply renting a little Incideut, and If
But they were silent and he had to go
out and buy his own drink.
BACK TO HIS LINE.
The bonseho!der stood at his gate smok-
lug a cigar, as the tramp came along,
and the smile on his face encouraged the
latter to say:
"Boss, I'm not asking for charity, but
"I've asked over forty different persona
In the last week what 'reciprocity' was,
and none of 'em was able to make It
clear to Me."
"I think I can make It plain," replied
the cittee. "Just come through into the
r've asked ever 4e ulAeem t per-
**m what rlreetweee was."
backyard with Me. Do yaW a A6t pil
"Well, I want them wM i e et to the
alley. Yoe take off yeou tct, pdk up
the shovet, load the whoatew, aad
When the ashes are la the alloy y it
* '"Bt the jb's woret at lea a oG-
-It ay be, bet a redprody-
aIy, mi ster" fatarl a *
'tweI btedratB Wo
seeste,' adt as yeL t
boa to IS in o i aMaeo"
NO N BD TO.
rs. Newpop-Mrs Juatwed never praised our baby a bt.
Mr. Newpop-No wonder. She's got one of her Ow.
IF N IWT NotI
TM su* aft 3"m "het yo u pas bo p mo he
aw ui7 1 to B b G I.nl
inrr So (Y
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T-P164 L 3**$, y...-.
--- QYSR 5-. -- PA TR
to postpone the opening until a afterr PY cmuI v AI 9
Crum ttts. date. nlLi MumIn AL
There are a large number of pupils Under New Management.
a-nd teachers out of the city. Super- A delightful resort immune from
intendent Cook has notified all of the fever, offers to refugees elegant aso
Scommodations and board at $25 per
teachers of the date that the school month. $7.50 per week. Brerything
will be opened, and it is expected first-class
>m Tthat they will return in time to 'ake
up their duties. The attendance d ar- MAYV S UYS
C. 1 ing the first portion of November is
not likely to be as iarge as heretofore,
a s many parents will undoubtedly THF nRFS_ PLANT
aeep their chiidrqn at home unLti iTHE PRE S PL
A L WHOf41 after frost.
---_ --= Every school building In the city
--w -will be thoroughly fumigated bef.reVALUABLE JOB PRINTING OUT-
F- the opening day. This work will
a I fU---l IaP. Wh0 commence Monday and will be FIT PASSES INTO HANDS
._ _' __ ___ thorough. Owing to the fact t.a:s
Should weather is approaching the OF NEW OWNER.
;TtRSl-V TOLD. buildings will not be screened.
COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE The job printing plant at 24 West
* Foley & Co., Chicago, originated Government street, in the aliiabury
S.re at o- No,,- ANnis Honey and Tar as a tLrat and lung building formerly operated by the
S.te he I o etend thr th anks~ to remedy, and on account of the great Pensacola Press, was yesterday pur-
*the ta.. t corps for their work merit and popularity or fFoley's Honey chased by Frank L. Mayes, the deal
I- t iSatR residences th' and Tar many imitatiors are oftere. being closed through Blount & Blount,
1 htfi -thelt" i for the gunuine. These worthless im- representing the owner.
I of he stationss have similar sounding names. The plant is an excellent one, hav-
* TThe Italian bart Fr 'o. which en- Beware of them. The genuine Foley's ing been installed new only five years
te yesterday from Antwerp, brought Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack- ago and' used only a portion of the
Ie a e of *.00 bags of fertilizer, age. Ask for it and refuse any sub- t:me since then. It is Mr. Mayes's in-
ich wi he discharged at the Tar- stuute. It is the best remedy for tention to employ a complete torce of
ragm stre wharf, coughs and c lds. W. A. D'Alembcrte printers, put the plant in charge of a
If the failure of one investment Druggist and apothercar., 121 South competent manager, and place it in
en"M "break you." the investment is Palatox street. operation as soon as the men can be
too lar e. If you want more base's secured to handle the work. Early in
in which to carry your "investmen; BUY COAL NOW. the coming year he contemplates or-
ggas," a busies opportunity ad. will This is the last week of summer ganizing a company with extensive
et them for you. prices on coal. Buy now and ge: hlnnc- capital and will enlarge the business
fi; or low prices. Consumers Ice & and make it one of the most complete
I~Te mny friends of Alderman Jas. lFu.el Co., Chase and Tarragona. Phone job printing plants on the guTf coast.
K. Mulooa will be pleased to learn 259. 25oct5-.: This extension of enterprise mldi-
that he is recovering from a very cates the feeling of confidence with
severe attack of fever in louisville.1 Hoton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace which those who are most closely in
Mr. Mldoa went to that city about of prmpt delivery. Open all night ttch with the situation regard th-
thre weeks since, intending to return ,M future of Pensacola. Speaking of the
withntl a short time. but was taken ll !matter last night, Mr. Mayes said:
Sortbl after his arrival. "My faith has never been greater
S foreman William Naylor a j ANOTHER CITIZEN in Pensaoola future tha It is to-
S c~e n of filiam tor are receiving h BELIEVES IN SPRAYING day. Desp!te the yellow flver epi-
Spr.fe for the excellent manner in1 de mic of the past two months, I be-
which they di, their work at th,' Mayor B!iss is in receipt of the !!eve business is going to be better
county jil. Tho place was ono of the f "oiowing. which i: selt explanatory: t.itS winter than it.has ever been be-
mwst discut In the city to fumigate. Iasacia, Fla., Oct. 22, 190.). f-re. and I think now, as I have a!-
and the men deserve praise for their lion. Chas. H. Bliss. Mayor. ways thought, that Pensacola has the
m ,-rk )Dear Si,-On last Tuesday, Oct. 17, brightest future of any Gulf coast
Sm. hlJume v.wa iitcraii\ filled 'ith (it%. I am willing, at least, to stake
Mayor Chas. H. Bliss is in receipt n:-wqi:ie- I Lad burned sulphur ai- n1m: own future on what I know we
of an argent request to attend the most daily before tnat and it seemi(d have here now and what I believe
SoRthern Oarvenion on Immigration that the nio,'tquito, wo;;ld come bi',k tiie next few years are going to de-
aa. Quarantie. which convenes in as fas' as I e t:;d kiii thcm in t'.s '(!op for ihe city itself."
Chattanoog a oo. The promoters of way. So I de de d to try tae spray- % --
the convention also desire that he ing act on ',.i. Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
orepare a resolution favoring The nov- I )ut in a!:oLt !L c'r 20 minutes per ."Ast year I had a verv severe attack
erament assainin~ charge of quaran- day spraying armind in the house anl of indigtion. could not sleep at
t aes te soath. I am p) a.,e t-. -a hi I am not tght and suffered most excruciating
There's a be- in evervhin c:' 1'tti' i:: ". i "- pains for three hours after each meal.
k- a I )t 'a 1: c i yi troubled this way for three
Ribb m Lemon and Vanilla are tihe c wo. t :k.,e -l- 1 .e Iwas trouble d ths wCham rlains
'best everma!.c, ,. .. .!. t.. l ".t( : !, fpstSontoa wc.nIusedanamd
"be1 e -r an .t Ab....- Ina:.bines and u.:-( ia: \d'rt r or;!!.t ..romach and liver Tablets, and re-
atdly pure and so hei hl% conensrted and evenqn, that i: wol| not be eeived immediate relief," says Johni
thatoaly hal the amount is r 'qired. I >n in h il ,h parl of h-ai!th woui'l Dixon, Tullamore. Ontario, Canada.
I, al' ( h viiorv is ,':i, For sale b all druggists.
SO0SPITABLE FOLKS.d h ur city( is tre> fruom yllv For sa y ugg .
it er. and we val'i all shout with Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace
1 Uew lbbeila a smail D(iBna iy an, say thay MBaylr liss ha:i f of prompt delivery. Open all night
T1 e s 1all. 'ttiii in ;., fi-hi ,oIr ,. pra ia Phone 1100.
The Brazilana are a most hospitable d':c- k' ;:" nosq'i i(
Ireople. Althfmg they have large fam
les, they take in all their stray. un-
ortuste relatives. It is not unusual
to Md busebholds of twenty-four per-
-oIs or More. Ofttimep the host and
bcrtas have no children. and the faim-
y Is made up of sisters and conuinq
ar d relative~4--law. One never sees a
I ain diahig table in Brazil. It is al-
I a'n'.i 1-ar?- Vert tru.y.
R. H. VICK.
A Case of It
Many More Like It In Pensacola.
way a r.'., lmg board in a -vewr large The following csse is but one o;
9s0 Wbeu it is n.,t to be all occu- ;n s:IlAr o,.'Uil:in daily in Pen
St a ;s ,)ola. I' is an c.i!-y i.a it: tu v, c iti
pe the cloth is spread only at one it crccti -s. Surt y you cannot
Ko effort is made at artistic ef- k f r prof n s
srik for 1.-ttt, proof tnan such (-on-
cbt R. Ricd rulsH for table delprt- ,usive evideti(c:
lbedt are Uaot o!bserve. You will ut iMrs. A t.ummings. oit 402 West In-
glu the frowning enmity of your boat- tenoen~a street.
as If yea splash her table linen with that i Ian. s K: i.cy I'ills. I:ch I pur
Wle. If hMe notices it at all she will clhased at Sidney Kahn's drug
dthnk good -aturedly that these things store. No. 9 South Paiatax street.,
annaot w help. d are a reliable rem euy. 1iy kidufyf
S Beed coew by the yard to eat with have bothered me for a grea; many
ife i the morning The midday w.~ There was a tired feeling
t spdIeut me ae th ti m and .iny exez"
brkart i n wlth sld and c ion ed me tI ntire'vy My- ba"
with guayatwt Jeft. cheese and a deli- pained me so at Umes Ihat I co,!ad not
(ous ittle cVf t black coffee. rse from a chair without assi-tance
Delnr Ie a repetition of breakfar An old friend of mine recommended
t ds ad in order ord f serring. ,e Do3n's Kidney Pis to me years ago
S epriU that sop Is substituted for as they had cured him of a serious
salad at the beganing and more des- kiir.ey conip'ain. I n(legected gcttint
am acl offere. a box from time to time. but finalii
when I saw them advernt e in tae
fPrtah Ck(he ae etew*. New Orleans Item 1t statd to ust
1n the fourte~l C*-y the paris them and they proved to be a spln(ici
ort- tof ' freqnmmty took a part re7nedy. I ia'e used omn five or
I- the -'"E Py. t.en commoly x boxes and they hav'. corrected the'
ietrd ~ OeSVid sal p*annuall kidney trouble. and t0e t.red. worn
,. ga UI,"i "n H" (, ou. feeling which existed all the time
SNtYsed r plaps in puhlit disappeared and my back does not
Wear the aa cerk's weU. wh c b a ache as it formerly did. I have re
Its name to f"ekenwell. Occaalonalty commended Doan s Kidney Pills t(-
Sthey ren acted bef-r royalty. Thu: several an-' know others who have
Helitashed freOrd" that the Londo' ":ced tlem with the most satisfactory
parish dertk the Brotherhood of t results "
Kchbolas wh* fflrmerly were a dignk For sale by a:l dealers. Price 5(c
Ned body with a chdrtered rl U and cents. 'F .-er-Milburn Co.. Buffalo
be of their owa va Bisholsgate street. N Y.. soe agents for the United
g*ten Itd a play on three sucessr ,. States.
gts b"efor RIlcard II. and his qaee Rcmember the name--Doan's-and
a0d cr9t t divert hbe raal rer-ent. tale no ot.er.
a agnM at h citizens of loadan wt Tikes the burn out: heals the
-k -m str Ia the eef. rwoud; cures the ain. Dr. Thomas's.
SElectrlc Oil the household remedy.
Rl1phats a Pil n' Teak."
It is In the world of piling logs that
the extraordinary Intelligence of the:
elephant is ftbst shown. In the saw-
mills elephants are used in every de-
partment. One will drag a 'log out
of the water to the saw bench and
w-'h his tusks place it on the table,
while at the other end his mate is
waiting, and when the buzzing circe
lar saw has converted the round trew
into a four sided log be lifts it off tI*
bench, places It on the ground and
1rngs it cat to the storage yard. where
bh puts It carefully into position, plae- :
tug one log exactly oq the top of the
other with wonderful precision. le-
phonts can pile logs to the height of :
ltc:r forest ads. When the squared
logs are wanted for shipment the ele.
plant picks out the required number
and drags tt em down to the waterside,
end. when recessary. enters the river '
and holds the logs In position while
they are be ng bound together by the
raftmenn. After that he leaves the
log to man'; devices.-London Mai.
The Ifex In Ablasa.
There is a curious theory among
prosiectors and others in Alaska that
In the nvuntains and the interior an
animal exists which is neither a wild
sheep nor a mountain goat. This is be f
lieved by some to be a species of ibex
an animal which has never yet bee
Identified in North America. It Il
thought to be possible that this ani-
mal may turn out to be no more than
the descendant of domertle goats which
have long since reverted to the wild
state. On the other band, there s no
sound reason why wild ibex abould not
be found in the heart of Alaska, saewe
twists ay. Asia and North Amerca ae
here very near together. Ages ago they
were probably united, and as ibex are
found In Asia it is qqite within the
bounds of nosibility that tbhey Lmas e
let in Als;-F. .
A sg o Id
of d*46ge& ek4
Tbb I the kbdu of
- hi o w
CHAS. H. Mayor. s, ,e 1U '."_.C-I-
JNO. B. J Sworld to console us for the "miser- is
N~OL. S peal to The Journal. :able sinner." so
C. W. rL f, Whiddonville, Oct. 25.-Another, Two young ladies of Pollard, were 1
R F. MCEL, cold wave is pastag over but jack over Friday, with tiketsof admission her
Committee, frost still refuses to make his appear- to "The Deastrict Selale. It wam R
The Ntw n .'. -ee. not a very deep affair, but little rip- pol
krom Old Relief Fu .. $80 00 Mr. Ed. Bowman and wita we-e vis- pes of laughter, rewarded the efforts 1
Chris Thiesen .... .. 5 ors here Sunday. of tihe funny folks. ow that the O
SMr. Sharp, foreman of the wire- melancholy days have eome4 the .a I- A
SEVERAL NbOE fence crew after making repairs and dest of the year, one feet really ets
SEVERAL N i I improvements in our town his passed grateful for something to langh at AMl
TO THI CONVICT CAMP on as far as Cantonement. His board- Quite a party drove over braving the ad
ing cars have been moved to Quin- darkness, and thereby swelllag the Mo
A number 1t pT t e, who bad tette. treasury of the Methodist church, of I
been in ail for some ks, were yes. Mr. Bailey, one of Escambia ccun- that place. for
terday taktn to a po t near the de- ty's oldest citlzeas whose home was The sad death of Mrs. Malone from day
thntion camp, Where y will remain near Roberts, died last Friday night. typhoid fever occurred lat Friday. ltr
for seven days, after hich they will Mr. Bailey was highly esteemed and She had been married only seven tur
be transferred to t nty convict respected by all who knew him. Hie months, and left a sorrowing young D
camp and begin wor the county leaves a large host of relatives to husband, and family to mourn her mo
roads. In order tha men might mourn his lose He was buried at loss. 1i1M
b: allowed to go to $1 camp It was Roberts ceme-Try. Messrs. Mashburn abd JaekoMn b
necessary that they ,r aln in some Mr Risden McDavid of Pine Bar- made a flying trip to lMoNle Priday.
place for seven days, an it was decld- ren was the guest of Mr. B. E. Whid- We feel a debt of ob.lgtot to Te b
ed to place them near the detention don Sunday. Pensacola Journal. I ha. been a of
camp, whose a temporary camp has The cool invigorating air and the comfort unspeakable to receive every Ph
been place. beautiful sunshine caused our hard day reliable news of the yellow fever
The prisoners and tie terms they road to be thronged with numerous situation in that stricken city. Our
will serve, kre as follows: pleasure seekers Sunday afternoon. best benedictions descend and ret,
Lucius Phillips, second larceny, Mr. Henry Brown was a visitor ati upon that spicy paper.
six months.' the home of Mr. Jas. Holman yestscr-
Will Jones, second larceny, f.u: da o. TO CURE A COLDUIN ONW DAY
months. *da'. o Take IAXATIV WX)KOMO
months. e dWe would like to hear from sonie Take LAXATIVB 5 0 Quln0e
Ed. Coleman, lewd and lascivious of our Escambla county farmer's rela- Tablets. Druggists refund m 1oey tIf't
cohabitation, six months. tive to tne largest sugar cane and' falls to cure. K W. GROVIS sigma- t
Sam Anderson, obtaining property! corn raised tals year. We "do not ture is on each box. 2
by false pretense, six months. mean quantity but quality and sizt. .... ..r t
Clarence Moore, alias "Fring Mr. Ja. Holman has gathered from Hooton's Pharmacy-4her S irth e
Pan," assault and battery, two off his iitle farm some ears of ccrn of prompt delivery. Open all nlgh. wI
charges, 120 days. that measured fourteen inches long. Phone 1100. a
Will Dickerson, second larceny, He did not measure the diameter or toa
three months, the circumstances of said ears. He .*..
also measured a stalk of cane that LAlR i I Hll I I
...... was eight ftet long and had ine Li'.L HILL.
teen matured joints and measured adet
seven inches in circumference at the at
C U -ground. The fertilizer used was ra- Special to The Journal. con
ings. This shows what our piney Iaurel Hill, Oct. 25.-Besides t.le Pln
woods land will do with proper sea- school trustee-Messrs. D, T. Fin-
H sons as the labor done was very it- layson, J. L Richbou and R. J. arri
GET THE BOOK tie, Mr. Holman being confined to h a, Mayor A. E. Campbell and Dr. al o
OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE. n'om mnct cl the time since theNewton Craig, some seventy bright M
____ first of June. eyed children assembled at the public front
Cecil Wilson has got well and is school building Monday morning M
working with the wire fence gang. promptly at eight o'clock to meet Chb
Mrs. Cary, landlady of the note, at Prof Woodruff, principal, and Miss bring
IL Ai r Muscogee, was out visiting her father Della Williams, second assistant.oo
Sand mother, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. ;ss Goldie Woodruff, first asistan, The
i Tare fais "Tate.
SJ l Tate failed to put in an appearance at tle M
of oo f Master Grady Applegate who ha- opening on account of unflnlhed Mea
been wrestling with a serious case ot school at Alachua. She expects to her
malarial fever is convalescing nice be ready to assume charge of her gon
3 Dr. Cate of Cottage Hill attended duties on next Monday. Uqtil this M
Mrs. Applegate and family are time Prof. Woodruff will handle sll the
....- still enjoying life at her summer home above the third gra,- and Miss W!l- visil
near Bick's Iake. They report hav- liams the smauer cbildra. rhe M
CM DIES ing a fine time catching fish, shot- trustees are working hard to grade visit
r [. l [ing squirrel, etc. this school and take advantage of, wee
|lar L- J -- The pay train passed by last Pight
on it mission of gladdening hearts
Ia Iand swelling pocket books. ;
*IS ___:_ We hope that it will be only a few m
more days before the boys can oid
a$ &B Lo0p Jay=. adieu to their merry camp life at
S- Goulding and Escambia and get ba ck
AS A MATTER OF PRECAU totheirbeautiful homes in the lovely I O LL
TIO A,,O PRTTE C YOF l r AtUR- I _city of Pensacola. I? li ]
TION ALSO PROTECT YOUR- To Contagious B;ood1 i 1o hI
Disefase It:the & na &ami
SELF AND FAMILY FROM
THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL-
WILL DO It.
-~i~~ med ~Asthesue~,
PhJASL)O 181 5. Palfein U
= anC&M, OK De N
risitla his uncle Mr. D. T. inlay
Will and Charlie Richbourg wer
e last Sunday I Cestylew.
tev. J Ford alled his regular ap
tameat here Sunay last.
he quarantte regulation are still
agalast Laurel Hill la Pnoral
lex Brown has sold out his ialer
s in the saw mill known as the
SBraow Mill Co., to Mr. Bad How-
and will put in another plant near
lev. W. F. Martin and Geo. Craw.
1 went to Pilgrims Rest last Fri.
Where Rev. Martin filled his regu.
appointment on Sunday. They re
sed here on Monday.
ied: At Dorcas, Fla., Satureay
rUM, Mrs. T. J. Hlaote. Mrs.
note was the mother of Mrs. Allen
Utal of this place.
oreeot's Pharmacy-the Wrthplate
premp delivery. Open all night.
psol to f t Journmld.
lf Springs, Oct. 25.-Died: On
tll ut., Mrs. Lydia R Cowart de-
ted this life, baring succumbed to
t dread disease consumption from
eh she had been a sufferer tfor a
g time. She was stbret y-on
rs old and leaves an aged hnuband
- sons and four daughters to
mn her loss and a number of
EU-children who will sadly mils
. The remains were Interred tais
erooa at Pleasant Hill cemetery
four o'clock, the funeral services
dnoted.by Rev. J. O. Lawrence of
rs. Jernigan and son of Milton
ved yesterday to attend the funer-
f her mother, Mrs. Cowart.
rs. J. M. Fillingim is recoveriag
a quite a spell of malarial fever.
r. Morlack, wife and daughter of
eago, Ill., arrived here last wee c
tging with them their househe,!d
ds and also a fine horse and n.ule.
y will locate here.
rs. Wilson, wife of Conodt'cor
tde Wilson. who has been visitinI
parents Mr. and Mrs. Bond, has
e to Cottage Hill for a few la
r. Will Douglass an employee ( of
L. & N., is home for a few det: a
r. A. C. Brewton, Sr.. of MrcDvi'
ed N. J. Brewton and family last
r bton the rme King c f
i- =-ol n-d WiW m e -
I part of the body amd w SI uisfag the Hves of tbose nafortatea
I FLOMATO M enough to contract it. W ithe *iti appr i thie fom d -* ill-
l; .......Inificant &ore or uler, Ofep1wi tO et deadly wie t has estemd
the blood; but so ots the pa'ti eut drop will vitlte aad pollute
'TheI br. the purert and althiaS -iItb t tirt the I aM-ig 11 ah
Special to Tha Journal. rible symptoma begi toa -. b. Mld throat oleoate, the gland
FlomatoR Oct. 25.-Last Sunday: the neck and gnS .b e-. faL o pero.ecl
Rev. Mr. Lambert held services n n o.n ,r I- M
the Baptist chiroh, and prea-hedsPot app. X o r s& =M W te e is so L
two very eal7fying semons. He has. e .- ..a d..... sibqs -. e-r dsease I-. s_. i-g-
recently been called tothis work, ani ConI1 Ift ha e d awfuE W squaR
by his earnest seal, will All the re through a frienwy Il'ds Coneh Q 4 a wS h
quirements' the position demands, and it, or drMli for lll, T-1l o H a of BoodPuM.
meet with the hearty co-opeTraiouan is te ly aCmt r It s. Nl dowa iatoe t k
of his people. Numbers of other is-' culalo. mdmo B- ature's li-,~. .
nominations swelled the congrg.a- i p:-6, ed C t e--eime
tton. Ai sot egsit
The Ladies Aid of the Baptist es B e
caurch, held a little al fresco i I
cream, ar candy treat at the love t
place of Mrs. Jaaes Bowell. The pr -i 11 --
ceedings -were preaMed over by Mts,
dames -DeaA Sowll, and arins. L --
These energeti, uLstla women *F ew ___
have Osume" the Mrpas tstlbitoy y
Ospportig an Oib53 h B the -e-its e
.. c sad -
HObS 01 r RlfI Ttr9
lHhlI A. Greenhut & Co.,
. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
olfthsiefIbsW M ftIsr .----
i An emaMnsM fPUIab bek, Ce--
T Tminis. hi ud Presisg CU
.. s the place to send your clothbeto be
The public schools of the city are to Dyed Ceaned, Pressed or Reared.
begin their term on November 1. They are now In a position to handle
This has been definitely decided up- ycur work more effichatly than ever.
on by the School Board and prepara- L R GEE
i tons are now under way to this end. E. L. RE-ESE-
SThe schools would have opened a Phone 75. Proprietor.
month since, but owing to the preva- No. 11 North Palafox Street.
Ilenee of yellow fever it was decided -
TfoiH fti. aEE
.h c ALWAYS UP-TO-DAT E!
The soliciting -committee, which
has charge of raising funds for the
relief of yellow Lefet Yqiis yes-
terday issued the Dw to the An elegant line of the newest and
To the Public:
The fver situation In Pensacola is nobbiest leathers of this great $3.50
still distressing and many families
who have been afflted are in need
of atned medical attention, nurs- and $4 Shoe for Men just received by
ing, and the actual necessities of
Mach has already been given n and
much distress relieved by the liber-
al contributions of the generous
hearted, but the fund has now dwin-
died down to about 300.00. The WWJN I ON
Citizens Committee calculated that
it will take at least P,00.0 to caI--r-. ... ...
ry the Relief Committee 111L %t %L%Lough and
the soliciting committee is iastrnct
ed to raise this amount The money -
Is to be used only for furnishing the
Indigent with the medical attention, Ma S. :r:: s ey
medicine, nurses aIn the actual ne-
ceesitles of life.
S-S.--i : NE WSof WEST FLORIDA |
The long continued quarantine has NEW S of W ESTF
made condition di-ttiwlug and the NE
Committee appeals to our generous ,
hearted citizens to give as mucn as 4H0---t.geLtWSi^-iit-X S. --.W9999
In their Judgement/they see proper ..
for the relief of the fever victims. Th-- t_ do_ _tn_ ... "-- :_ ... .
Contributions may be sent to any Orphanage at Evergreen. This t.y donation from the state allowed grad.
of the Committee, P. K. Yoge, intend to continue till the child ed schools. This would give us
treasurer, or to The Jral or the .W HIDDONVILLE old enough to support herself. When eight months term. Prof. Woodru
News, o. one stops to think of It, there is was secured for this special purpose
News .... 4% __-nh o d- lft i this wicked l' 4mmr K iaith Ml@n ,J !ltIla
mllnh~ ~ ~ -.rr (n tot -ILA C)d Irfrur.~~r ~ 9
: '- * **-? ....
THIE PIENSA4OLA Jrvux.*,I Iraq&""N W@*WIN%#T@StR 101
Il DAP vemy, rr - N
sw I m minin uu
TM JU JRNAL CO WANT.
~ ~r THE AM O9CIATIRD PRBSL
'Ir ------ -- oft~ rL..,,,.. t
aft Il lsoft 0 ow wea. 006006-8 W
I 1MV D P 50 1. OCBMj 2,.6 190g.
- - - - - - - -l
M Thl pr-esoa JraI o Iso a ,t*
* sale at tbhe l wlwg -paesa In
Sthe cty: *,
any a Sees, Ci
* WaOm e. t, ( -
* a teum Hr. 0
0 Agat Seek @tr &
# VstPa.s HMsa. 0
of i J
a8s an Lra., Ptfiteat Roose .
velt in eld to bae mlnkbct: "The
ely cetars pertted to be smoked in
the White LMaIe aw tao made In
Tampa s and Key West," or whi ch a*
mattlen the Tapa Tribuae erxresass *
thanks th ce tallowiug amaner:
Weepel, Mr. I esder A past-
st-r aa tIe Ort of betwin neat *
si s you have
lWrd -o Iyer rauttloa i this in-
ery bedy kaowa tet the only
ears e t cait ar oder n e in his
O- are e m Ia Tampa aed f
Tm p e ldaIr which are burned In
ter to tlodaw coief thtert ared a
Diaasigo m, tt curl their aomateica
wrmt ar of fd tobacco sDout the 6
tsma oe beds of the "owers thma be"
Aw oS the ald not vfsit a det
eo bwlt toer a saU taet uchntive
Wanio, that are p thh dsat eep
asolenty cf Cabinet actio opr atios
Sthe e utai td whre dmeey t h
i o aad at al ths ad ter lands
T pa and Keg Wesnt an*&- avn
the two Florida dtls th buoored ain
Standtaig to the citfS of Aearica *
Although he could not visit us and
roeiYw from us tributes ahowered
Sipon him at othcr ointa upomn his
trtamnhal wry, Preadeat 1locr'elt
e waftsed to a beant 4ent that we
ebeiah and' apporectwe r i
tW6 a p y that he doesn't soke "
oerietay Tart wats the govern- ,
eat to orttfy the Panama Canal t
WItOZt elay. Wof It not be lajust
Sall to defer active operational
the- thso line until there is really a 1
trhat Cal? i
The New York World makes the
SaVowing rather startling comparison
Io comnection with the present insur-
nKa tanvestigatiL tin New York state.
whieh shows up McCurdyism from the
standpoint of dollars and cents:
Daring the 116 years of the republic
the overament of the United States
has paid n salaries to its twenty-five
presidents a total of 3,.700.00. During
the lst twenty years the Mutual Lfe
hIrrance Company has paid to three
members of the McCurdy family about
hS.0,. Against twenty years of
Richard McCurdy, Robert H. McCurdy
and Louis A. Thebauac mus: be set off
114 years of eorge Washington. John
Aduas, Thomas Jefferson. James Mad-
wao, James Monroe. John Quincy
Adams. Aadrew Jackson. Martin Van
Blren. William BHery Harrison. John
Tyler, James K. Polk. Zachary Taylor,
Mllard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce,
James Buchanan. Abraham Uncoln.
Andrew Johnson. Ulyses S. Grant.
Rutherford B. Hayes. James A. Oar-
Seld. Chester A. Arthur. Grover Cleve-
lnd. Benjamin Harrison, William Mc-
Kinley and Theodore Roosevelt--and
with a balance of $900.000 in favor of
the McCurdy's at that. If the total
salaries paid to the twenty-ve presi-
eents there be aoled the total salaries
paid to the twenty-six vice-presidents
th McCurdys will still have more
hsa $20,00 the better of it.
The exposition bee is again buszing
ht Mis Atlanta's bonnet. It is said
&at plans for a big industrial expo-
ftioc in 1910 will be launched at the
Mennial meeting of the Atlanta
Chamber of Commerce on November
Those motorists who wear the new-
tanled anakeakin clothing may figure
that t wll be of value In assisting
them to wrig:le oct from under the
vreheaI. if Iscesaty. should arise.
E*%****%~~:~:k c$*4** r I N N I"
It's a poor plan not to know
whether or not there is any-
thing in the aovertisements
of importance to you.
An old adage says that "it is
costly wisdom which is bought
with experience." "Bargain-
wisdom" need not be bought
with experience-it comes
from reading the ads.
The present Prime Minister
of England said: "It is not ex-
pleantions which survive, but
the things which are ex-
pained." And it is equally
true that it is not advertising
which survives, BUT THE
THINGS WHICH ARE AD
VERTISED- the businesses,
the stores, the enterprises.
It is such a rare thing for a
a woman "bargain hunter" to
buy something she doesn't
need merely because it is
cheap that even the joke
writers are crossing her off
The house-wife who buys "ad-
vrtised things." In every case
where the things she wants are
advertised, may make an OC-
CASIONAL mistake; while the
housewife who buys things
"Just as it happens." with little
conside-atimo of the ads.,
makes mistakes all the time.
You may, after all of your
misgivings, be "able to buy it."
Read the ads. and find out.
There have been about as
many women maimed and hurt
at "pink teas" as a1 "bargain-
If a merchant has been for-
tunate in securing a stock of
goods at a nominal cost, he is
enthusiastic: and his enthusi-
asm bubbles out of his adver-
tising-for he is human, and
likes to be able to clear up a
good profit for himself while
making new records in price-
cutting to his customers.
lThat part of your income
which is spent at stores prob
ably represents the "lion's
share." If you invested as
much in stocks as you spend
at stores in the course of a
year, you would read and
study the stock quotations
every day. Why not read the
store ads. with the same care
Reports seem to indicate that Presl-
dent Roosevelt has carried the solid
south almost unanimously.
T. dsrw *9r .9-MTV
lug seem ', 1gg ,
a Tot- of
o o MSe aw oe of
The following figures show The Pea-
s eola Journal's circulation for each
day during the month of Septeber
1905, with the average number of
Sept. 1. 5000 Sept 16, 500
Sept. 2, 5.0 Sept. 17, 6o
sept. 3, 5,200 Sept. 1
Sep. g et. 1., s 300
,Sept 5000 Sept 20, 5,00
St 5,000 *ept. 21, 5250
Sep 7, 5,200 Sept 22, 52s
pt. 5,200 pt. 3
&p ,5,200 Sept 24, ,
Spt. 10, 5,5u0 Sept .
1 Se pt 26 gA
e 12. 005 Sept. 27, O
Sept 1, 5,300 Set 50 S
ept 14, 5,300 Sept. 29, S2
Sept. 15, 6,300 Sept 30, 250
Total for the month....... -,4"
Average P er y......... GM
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words on fle in this oAff
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thti 30th day of SepteLber, 19M0
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FIGHT IN NUOW YOK. 4
* Atlanta News.
The misguided 4amnrat wLo wwe
engaged a year ago ai the -nwho
some and unm rteful p stagq eo cr
cling and maligning the Hon. WilllS
R. Hearst, must now be very greal
edifed oy the present position whii
he now occupies in New York poUtR
As a candidate for mayor of tl
municipal ownership league, M
Hearst is rapidly assimilating to hl
self the honorable and reputable el
imeats of good citizenship from I
parties in the metropolis.
One hundre' and thirty-seven thot
and members of the municipal owns
ehip league stand as a solid phalal
Lbhind him with their votes and wi
all the additional votes which the
influencee can secure. The reform el
meant of the democratic party stan
also, with a united front behind his
and it is even true that the reform
element of the republican party, pr
testing against the corruption at
g.aft of the Murphy machine, are i1
ing up in a solid phalanx behind tl
candidate whose platform is embodi<
in two words.
HONESTY and JUSTICE.
The friends of Mr. Hearst can safe
defy the worst and the most maliciot
and malignant enemies of that gentl
man to discover any occasion with!
the last ten years in which he and h
great tide of democratic Rewspape
has not stood clearly and unhesit
tingly and faithfully on the side of tl
people against oppression, and upc
the state of public honesty against pal
Ik corruption. We simply challenge
any man to lay hand upon an advi
cacy in the Hearst chain of aewi
papers that has not been set to a hbig
and pure conception of publle righ
and public liberty.
The common people of this oountri
the masses of the people and th
laboring element of America hav
never had a better, abler and mor
faithful friend than this man has beeo
consistent and unfailingly, from th
establishment of his great newspaper
Men may differ with his views, tht
orists may challenge the correctness
of his conclusions, the conservative
may protest what seems to be the rad
cal trend of his advocacies. But n
man, for or against him, can assert o
prove any variableness or shadow c
turning in the loyal, patient, persis
ent, fearless and startling warfare
which this man has waged again
public greew' and public corruption L
favor of private rights and private
He Is reaping now in New York th4
splendid fruits of his years of powerful
and consistent service. And it i1
gratifying beyond measure to th,
friendss who championed him in the
bour of his greatest persecution to se4
hIm now vindicated in the metropoliL
'i America by the ballots and the con
idence of so many thousands of thi
best and highest citizens of the Amer
The predictions are that Mr. Hears
will win this fight. T- betting
bout even at this time, o the fore
asat of the expert politicians ve him
nore than even chances to be the mex
sayor of New York
If he is so elected It will establish
im with men u a torsmo t and foca'
rrce in the great battle of the people
against the grasping iad selfish in
.uences of the times. A brave, bold
nd able champion of popular rights
nd popular liberties-he is triumph
ng at last above the most manicious
nd malignant tide of mlsrepresenta-
ions and abuse that ever encompassed
'he pathway of a private citizen.
And, in the hour when New York,
oth city and state, shall have put the
eal of her high and honorable approv-
i upon his public career, The News,
hieh has been his constant friend,
ill demand, and receive the full and
weeping vindication of itsa loyal faith
the purpose and mission of this
Sixty Weeks for $1.76.
The new subscriber to The Youth's
Companion for 1906 who at once sends
the subscription price, $1.75, will re-
ceive free all the remaining issues of
the paper for 1905. These aesues will
contain nearly 50 complete stories, be-
sides the opening chapters of Grace 8.
Richmand's serial, "The ChurchilHs'
Latch-String," a sequel to her story of
"The Second Violin," which appeared
in the early weeks of this year. Mad-
ame Gembrioh will contribute an arti-
cle on "Sovereigns I Have Sung To,'
and there will be three stories by May
Roberts Clark under the title, "Tales
o! a Pawnee Hero.'
These will give a foretaste of the
good things in store for 1906. full illus-
trated announcement of which will be
sent to any address free with sample
copies of the paper.
New subscribers will also receive a
gift of The Companion's "Minutemen"
Calenedr for 1908, lithographed In
twelve colors and gold.
THE YOUTHS COMPANION,
144 Berkeley ,Street, Boston, Mass.
thek Gam ea N es 1 s. 4
A tired raleead eagliner says: 1
dm hear pmee-p large sMun the l
OMlies at d hit a locomotive in the
dark or dual a heavy rain; but, for
my part, n-gakg ever gave me more
anxiety thA cotinoes autiu
Color blinm is frequey nothing
aore than intense pain la the ey
caused watching object whl m r
Sect the lght and upn which the sun
Is shinag. In a run of seral hlnwa
the glare from the rals widch strikes
he eyes while watching for track ob
tractioas and more partliarly fre
wals which have been fered out o
SIe by the heat s very tryag, and
often when I have left the ecomtive
after such a run I have found the
greatest effort In relating n a rem
where ayptlia daartna peualie. A
man is afraid to wear amsa- g$ es
let he eshld he snAusp of clr
bUdll and led a his pea-hmI A
some protection of thil hkd wid
greatly a pr g the am e d um my
0aginaW and 9fluuumn
I C II
2. That as. tie inseparable attendant at the oneside of tr patient she
Smust cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar-
dian of the public health. The trained nurse In this capacity beconag direct.
ly the most efliient and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation o
the mode of transmission 'of this disease, her personal safety (If she ia as
non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household a
the patient, (especially if these are not immune) largely, if not entirely,
Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fver
patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible
non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access ao
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well In the sick '
room, and provided the innoculatlon of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplilshd it a
patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow
fever, who Is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a moqutto,
even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever.' Mosquito bites are annoying
and harmful even if not infective to the patient, and it must be looked apao
as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless she
has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science ald'
experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected patient Id
those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety
from the infected.
7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
handle in protecting her patients are:
(A) The Mooquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in His Bed.
1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
passage of mosquitoes.
2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of te
patient's body is in contract with the netting.
3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no torn
places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging nsdae.
The netting should be well tucked in to keep the aesquitoe from
5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed ai.
side, not merely driven or shaken out.
6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported, to the physlen;
awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This ipar.
ticularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially la infants and
children ai localities liable to Infection with yellow fever. The disease man-
itests itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that it it
likely to eseape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the srm
toms the usual precautona are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecogised cases
for this reason, the most dangerous, from a saiatary point of view.
All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outsde
of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provLMall seraems
can be made of bobbinet or choose cloth, which can be tacked or etheraWe
secured to the opening of the sick room.
(C) Sulphur and Pyrethrmu for Pumigatio
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (Insect powder) to detM
possibly nfected mosquitoes as early as poibl after the fourth day o fm.
ljphur burned in an Iron pot Is thesurest wy. and Iused in proper quantny
wllnot t re fabrics or colors. Three p fa In n average room Is
sat if the orno be cosed; more accurately, two Pads of sulphur to 1,,
cubic ftet of spos is estimated by sanitary authorities: sad ca. pound o
Insect powder to 1.000 cubic feet will saM e to sWr4 the mosW e f
toeswil fan to the floor and should be ollote ad brSt Tw
i' ti with srhphr ins qute Sidentin I ury d m '
=aehsr awi not remain mIg. and bwmnbed Aueolr ateToos
boutto t oh nwl diminish theWr aplesstiatnes.
The ip on would bhe ine in the morn ag, that the room will
free of odor iy night, and it shlild be d don shra a dry wa ther. L.
evW t aOmodta the ptimt w2 Dpift, a r nadjohtg so OW,
0005.1I$th M I a ^ ^ e pu of the 5hOl am
TtB TANSMAISION OFP
LLO E W F VBR AND
HOW TO NURSB IT
1 A _._, M_ ,_____ 1_ _
At a meeting o the Orleans Parish Medical Socty, held Augst 12, 1S3,
Dr. Rudolph Mts addresed the Society on the "New duties and repnpomlbt the ireoapitUf *t who is to be C uhity tEWW toW te lsd
ties impose gpop trained nurse, and other person entrusted with the car tested ref as SL*N aft the forth day.
I of yellow fev patieats. in consequence of thn newly acquired tkowleode t The w orkd e a n md A anm quto Me A sesrma
y the mode os -tre lon a of this disease by the mosquito." i now conduet~)S aSilth Autrtutlra, Imediately after oItlsan ~y
S A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever the attending p Ft in I soted heit r who doh teaIb.
prophylaxis an a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease I S sanitary reli l is merldable. the yLaU aad anrse mnut et the
Which he had RIUsed in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub. meptambrs ac the heigOld 1 a N#t F arted reoarNt .
Slesed for the Lbeast of The Journal's readers as follows: Addittaal t niaas i a rlim na, r a-emmaded by the mlt
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. AuthoritIm C tL a NI Or dr the rum
1. ellow fever may be defined as an acute, Infectious, febrile disa se mle:o a I'a fIH et al, SM as bras copper. siver and ut
I which is tranImitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through theI from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a al nasters
agency of moiqu toD ; and, as far as known, by the ingle specles, the St- which canot be rmorv, can be proteted by coerin- the
- omyia Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New with paper, or with a thin coating of vaaosae noed weth a bru,
* Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. Remove tfro the room to be fumgated a= fbrie material AMr tbe.
L The gerth or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood oughly. hasl Open all drawers and doors of furniture and close
1 of yellow fever patients only during the fi.st three days of the disease; after- The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stnp ing a
r wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the openings in cimney, oor. walls, keyholes and crack near windows am
importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began. doors.
i 3. The mosquito (Stegomyla Fasciata) is powerless to convey the d!Es Crvices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) eg
Sease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed them with a paste made of tour.
After biting the yellow fever patient. This period of incubation In the mot- The sulphi'r ho'd be placed in as has pot, Sat skillet prefrred,
quito is the time that Is required for the Perm of the disease to breed in the thih placed on brtlekr a tub or other convenient water rec.,ptacle with abt
I body of the d mo ito and to migrate from the intct'~ stomnacb to its salivary an Inch of water in the bottom. This Is a preesiat whieh must be tk to
glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission fou'd, in 199, guard agahst neoadeate as the sulphur is liable to boil over and ar nre
That in Cuba this period varies from twelve days. in the hot summer months, the house.
I eighteen days and over. In the cooler winter se son. The sttlphur is retdly ignited by sprinkling alcohol over aadI ttno it.
4. After incubattin: the yellow fever germ in Its body during the perid. The apartment should be kept closed for two hboar, Mad tie ed u2
above speiet.ed, ta Stegomyla is ready to tranRsmit the disease during the and well vtlOt*d.
entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the NOT&-To fnd the cubM content of the m, U the agth at
Insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate the room by the width, and this total by the belght, sd to tlh ao
Yellow fever with a Stegomya fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another of sulphur necesswr to fmigate the room divide the cale easteat by
S101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte. Stegomyla Faselata in Havana and the reelt will be the amount of lph required a
Scan only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana, says Take, for SragplSe.. room 15 f1 te 1 on oA td a, iie
I Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-tout hours after emerging from would multiply 16xOxl0. equals 1,500 beai e ide s th a
the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg- W1" 1a the almsint of slpnhur reqid, vis: posmms.
Somyla must be Impregna:ed before they will bite; (2) that the female after .- -. ... , .
biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until Bve or
seven days have elapsed. but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Lousliana
that have been isolated and rearai apart from the males will bite promptly
and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
Anopheles, within three to five days after.]
L 5. A period, varyiag from two to five days, usually elapses after the bite
of an infected oaQiiuto before tbh symptoms of yellow fever will devalo s la
the human be (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the I t7 W i 4 I-sd-t W p 6 im
United SBtate Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen eases
of experime ,yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosqlutoes it varied Hrdw ft Dw N or --
from forty-one hours to fve days and seventeen hours, after Inboculation.)
S. Prom the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Fasciata bites W6 i ni-i Naeo, Bl, k. Li Uma Is .
a yellow feverpatient within the frst three days of the disease, it will have
to incubate, thj lae i its body from twelve to tighten day (ihcubaiobh M sa w M N y r 0l
period in the ib*quto); then, if It bites a susceptible proa at the emlp-Str
tion of this time, tw to Bve days must elapse for the disease to manifest it-
self in the bitten person. Therefo-e, Inestimating the probable spread at
yellow fever o. a singlee individual to the susceptible persons in his envirao. w a M I y
meant, a peJ o of least twenty-si days must be allowed to elae baler
the, success ot lut of any preventive measures, directed towards the4 O a 29 B G sn tre. PL Mw 7M.
traction of te to, can be determined. In view of the fat that severe
d4ys may elapse ore a mosquito infected from the first ease may bite a PF l ort P8ldm S1t.g Pie 3O0.
susceptible pao this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
days, which r etlime given by the health authorities of New Orleans n the
present eplddR t, o% determine if a focus will develop from aa Infected ca V.sew
after its frst $ rpaance in a given locality. ,
T. The SBtoiayl Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the tlmU
that the poison is incubating In Its body (twelve to eighteen days). It may
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite Is annocuous; neither DONTil** AUrr E CHILLS AND CV o
does its bite 4*1t tSa period confer any immunity to the bitten prson.
8. Yellow fever is not transaltted or conveyed by fomites (1. a. artilelo
or Inanimate 4M Uet tt have come in contact with yellow fever patients or
their Immeditd surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, beddlng
or merchbasdi*.p posedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximityt AL"& s amfl d" 6 id d i
with the stcck,l: necessary. s, a W M Ir
9. The cadavera of the dead from yellow ever are capable of
transmitting unls death occurs within the frst three days of IftK I M I
the disease (! occurrencee; and the only Ift mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the boay decomposition has set in. *"wl TO LT AVy I
1f. Ttb'So possibility of contracng yellow fever from the black N ft g e'Or ter aN
vomit. eva ia or other excretions of yellow ever patients,
11. Aaktof yellow fever caed, as It always is, by the bie of the LeW 9
t y i immunity against subsequent taek of the disease.,
Hwes or thl rrAt"ad Mlm",s.
NEW DUTIt[' AND RESPONSIBILITIIS IMPOSED UPON TlAINE
NUtiJ 4 1 THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN COW.
SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE PACTSL -
1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow.
fever in the light of present, ccpt howled u nles she realles ful, i A
earnestly, and uonscentiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by m-
quitoes, and that it Is her duty to prevent the admission of these tnsets to .9** g
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should And their way
tle .. .. . . . . . ,. .. i . i i ,, ,
TME PENSACOLA JOURNAL; ,YVt#URRAY MR"tNlNSOTOBER 24,1"'5-
THE "DODGING PERIOD"
d a woman's life, Is the nme often gives to the "change s of life."
Your menses come at long latervals, and grow scantier until they
Aop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts three
or four years, and it Is the cause of much pain and discomfort,
whick can, however, be cured, by taking
It qily relieves the pain. nervousness. Itrritablity, miserable-
Mea forgetfdubness. fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes, veak-
nss. tired fMeelin. etc. Cardul will bring you safelv through this
Asking Him t Cam Ise it.r
sacola While South.
Mayor Bliss yesterday wired Presi-
dent Theodore Roosevelt an invita-
tion to visit Pensacola during his
trip through the south, changing his
"dodging period." and btld up your strength for the rest of your life.ti Pensacola or else to embark either fromrt
At all druggists In $1.00 bottles. Try it. afterwards. The invitation is as fol-
ggg US A I B KYV !I ggQl DT KEATE "Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 25. 1905.
gtary and fraakh,, teing us all your I suffered," writes Virginia Robson, "Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, President
trouble. We wdl send Free Advice (in of Faston. M1., "until I took Cardui, of the United States. Memphis,
p in, sealed envelope'. Address: La- which cured .me so quickly It surprised. Tenn.
im,' Advisory Dept.,TheChattanooga my doctor, who didn't know I was "Pensacola greatly regrets that dur
adtefCo .,Chattanoga, Tean. takift." st ing your visit to the South the yvel
^Co.,^ Chatta a, Tem.^ t ."low fever has precluded the advisibil-
i ity of inviting you to partake cf our,
hospitality, and we thus have bee.'
i- pre\en;ed from joining with sister
cities in extending to you a most
EX|NSION aft..- a ma k v.w. heartyy welcome. However, we novr
"'Lightning, when in the mood, has have the sait action well under con-
an ugly habit of drilling," writes an trol, and fair prospects of an early
0o rf f 0. E EfgDI& obsrVer. -It will drill the extermination of the disease, and we
S* :hardest rock-rock which would turn shall be delighted to have your ship
cold steel-and not only drill, but Tit- touch at this port, where the largest
rify It They have foun dIn Cumber- naval vessels may enter and daipart
CE PRESIDENT EXPRESSESlandchannels thirty feetdeepandat at tides with perfect safety, and
Nowhere you and your party will have
CONFIDENCE IN FUTURE OF from two to four i h i the pleasure of viewing one of the
ference. The Interior was hard and most magnifcient harbors in the
TERRITORY TO BE glazed where the solid substance had world, centrally located between tae
bees melted by the stabbing flashes. producing centers of the United States
OPENED UP. Artificial experiment has shown that a and the Panama Canal, in close prox-
powerful shock trom a battery will imky to the sea, and the only natural
vitrify finely powdered glass, but not deep water harbor south of New Port'
The Galaesville San says: Among feldspar or quarts. The lightning, how. News.
the promminent visitors to this city ever, does it in the manner described. "May we not persuade you to change
within the past day or two was A. P.; not in one place, but in many, showing your itinerary, and come to Pensa-
PAtcky, of Ocala, first vice president that before striking the Igrou t -. cola by rail where your magnificent
f the Gainesville & Gulf Railway, vided Into sevull brances, each ship may safely come right up to the
f the Gainesville & GOlfRailway, dbande docks, and permit your party to em-
who came to consultwith other officers strong enoh to penetrate ad lity bark directly from your train?
1 mlrad mater-at least mters, the solid rock." "OHAS. H. BLISS.
wmoermlag the G naearille & Gulf. ae Me .Mayor."
It will be remembered that severalI Negro heads are proverbial for solid-
eeks ago a srvey of the territory ty, but In this respect they are far ex. Sick headache is caused by a disor-
osm Flirfield to points sowth to Tampa called by certain Moorish tribes of Mo dered condition of the stomach an-'
was ardeed by the new ma-gement rocco, who take a very real pride In .Is quickly cured by Chamnber nAn's
Sthe thickness at their skills. The beads Stomach and Liter Tablets. ltbr sale
Sthe Galas iHe & Ga. with a view of thdr are kept closely shaven by all druggists.
to p~aing the rosu as rapidly as poe- from the time when hair commences to
sible to its saotern terminus. It was show upon them and are never cover-: BUY COAL NOW.
estimated that this survey would be i ed. whatever the weather. This treat- This is the last week of summer
completed the entire distaaoe in twen- meant so te-sI to thicken the cranium prices on coal. Bu) now and get bene-
ty d6W, but there eseems to have been tat tie 1la are able to fight with It. fit of low prices. Ocnsumers Ice &
soe hKch or misuderstanding, as They butt as bulls do, and the weak Fuel Co.. Chaze and Tarragons. Phone
the srveyg eo~rps has Just reached point in the skull of tbt loser s ftre- 259. 5octt.
eau, a ncoi able dlatane& o qm tlysought for by hammering i sA ELP TOWARD 8UCCEM
head with a A MELP TOWARD SUCCESS.
the objective agisL .ThW are ex-. Po a sum equal to a farthing th-e s
pected, however, to complete this sur. wa boy l lt a hard brick acero their "s"to ".L, e' T ald, Emeyr, any
vey after a whike. own skulls. In boxing also these Moors ot .n i.
"We stall troe ~o~dene in the re e blo. o t aors Fom generations the Randolph Jeer-
t"We tl have confidence inthe reeive the blows t e ~&s sons had been celebrated for the bea t
s ftre tof e Olnevitle &O u Iaf m& p t Mt mty and charm of their women. Bettjy
the territory which the extension em- -sk i- see__1- Jefferson had been declared the most
brakes." reared Mr. Stocky, who The ee of Seete Iaa people I& beautiful woman at the governor's ball,
was among the leading promoters of paingaway and not ma are left to and Betty's daughter bad been the
te project. "We know that the ex- tell the story In the rich brogue of the belle of three counties, and Betty's
tosiao of the Gainesville & Gulf will natieal tongue. And there was al- granddaughters-three o( them, at
eem one of the finest and most fertile ways a story to tell, so that one on this least-elalimed the family reputation as
secttma in Florida, to say nothing of very subject comes in pat here. A youth a matter of course. The fourth one,
the wonderful development in naval who had been educated la England re- Virginia, was different. She was plain
stores ad lumber, aad we are per- tfreed to his family Ia Scotland and lad shy and awkward. The Jeffersons
citly satised with the prospects." was shown off by admirtag friends. always looked puzzled when tbq
Thirty miles of sixty-pound steel "s he not charming?" remarked ore thought of her, a homely Jefferson was
al1s are expected to arrive at any to the young man's sister. stch a strange misfit.
time. On account of the delay in ye bt be ks nglis So Virginia lived her shy, lonely 11fe,
pushlg the survey the work of cut- mow" she answered in real distress. an alien among her own people Tet
ut a frSge of workmen will be em- An old lady being asked If a person she was no quite alone either. One
pioyed In a short time. By the time abe had lately seen was "BScotch" ax- friend she had, old Aunt Charlotte,
ttls ino has been received It is ex- swered with much bittersnea: who fought desperately to make the
pected that the roadbed will be in "I caaaa say. To a' speak see genteel irl conquer her fate instead of yield-
position for the laying of track. maow tiat I dmam hea wh a' Scotc."-- Ingto it.
Le don MaL 'Tain't yo' 'pearance, Mins Vagl&
ny." she urged day in and day out.
GOAsD H ALTatH at' wr.. "Hit's jes' 'cause yo' 'lows things tetU
In fte latter haif of the eighteenth tromple on yo'. Hol' up yo' bald, honey,
SeaMtry -ash planting was a mode of an' step out sassy. Dat'll fotch em ev'y
Increase the plsures of life a hun- punishing In vogue at Rugby school for t'me."
dred fold while bad health bring. certain breaches of school diselpline While Virginia was still a young girl
nothing bt suffering and discontent. A boty who broke any cherished tradl. the war swept over the south. For a
If you're alokly, we urge you to build tion-as, for Instance, a mutinous fag few years the family contrived to keep
up and strengthen the system by who personally assaulted a sixth form together, but at last it was necessary
sing boy-was taken In hand by the prank for them to separate, and Virginia
URHC posters-that s, the boys of the sixth w ent to cousins in Philadelphia, who
TUE IRLI I S T form-and subjected to a sound thrash- I were confident that they could hell)
l ng with ash plants. Three ahb sap- Iber to music pupils. The weeks that
*HU n Bl IIT TERS lis were used, al the' first two were followed were crowded with agony for
Hundreds of sickly people have ac- broken on the person of the delinquent, the homesick girl. If she had been shy
cepted this advice and are now w el M e hastisement being ordered and at home, she wna a thousand times
and hearty It is the best heakn meted out y the boys themselves, worse f(eing strings It was not
maker before the public and alwa!-s Sometimes the culprit was sent to strange that only failure followed her
cares O~ppepia, Indigestion, Cstive- gather the tsaplings hmself, but wheth. efforts.
meas, Peer Appetit, Female Ilils, or er as an added Ind'gnilty or a merclfil One day she went to see a M-. Pens
Malaria. Try it. anceesiot Is not citar.-Londoa lStar more. who had three little ,'O:.t:'aters .
i for whom she wanted a mu'ic teacher.
^ *- For various reasons Virginia relly
Far 5. be-od for su-ces there, hbt the result
MEW MCTUhn I IAIIMnDV adh
...e..y tne sitaden to e I5(o_
ALVI WILIIUUU LMUNUNI,
L. W &u~ aooainftm W&8 -Womb m R wsees. ova
IiOutSt the Old, Put in the Nei
Why not put new Furniture throughout the home and
let the old go?
Tow Cra Get new Ferniture ad
Pay Fer It WD Using It.
This is a proposition no married maa and woman can
let pass 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
910.00. anda rockers from $1.25 up to $20. Mattreases
trm s2.e0 to $15.
MARSTOMN & QUINA,
10,O4 S. PdgKSt. FPboac 148. Pelacowola.F
silently; then suddenly, to tihe l idy's
I surprise. she began to lau.-x' nervonuv
"I-I beg your parlon." she ctsin-
mered. meeting the !o k In the other's
face. "I was just thinking of the ad-
vice of my old mammy at bome-'Hol'
up yo' haid an' step out sty.' I sup-
pose-I ought to have thought of that
To Virginia's amnaement, Mrs. Dens-
more turned and motioned her back to
"If you don't mind, Miss Jeffersom,"
she said. "we will talk this over a little
more. To tell you the truth., it was
your evident lack of self coufnnenee
that made 'ne distrust your ability to
teach, but if you can 'step out sasmy' **"
-and ten minutes later Virginia left
with her first pupils secured.
Many years after she told the story
and declared it the turning point of
her life. "I learned." she aid. "that
the first step toward success is to learm
to 'hol' up yo' bald.' "-Youth's Ow
mr Uore of an& Wi M, caused I
may Iad of accident, c^t, bmrr
cdfs bruises, sprains, etc.,
jest treated by the i-m-riit.e
sores. t is the ne perfect, m
era druin&g ro treatment, for
wound. It quick use will pcr
Lively prevent blood poisoniL
Always eeep it at hand.
Says Mr. Jesie Ftrria, of l,
abeth, Ky.: "My Mttle boy w
badly burned on both legs, whi,.
were so drawn out of shape th,
he could not even crawL I trick
many remedies without relief, b
Sally ifamls Wiard Oil ma,
a perfect rco, and he canm nut
walk and run. We thought
should have to amputate both
Isl and feel that Hamlins Wiz
Oil aved his life." Price 50c a.
sold r-4 reoommenced Wu
Phone I0, Night Phone 44M.
Wil Be RK-pmed About Nov. 1.
Marine spitl Service Will Have
On Ere ed There At
Among *|taprovements to be
made at the lta Rosa quarantine
station is th cton of a first-class
hospital, a o that patients may
be properly t pd at the station.
Another IimroM t wtUl be the eon-
e.UctIon of a. Ar.
A boopitalhas long been needed at
the statlim. tas Ate is now no place
to which a sick man can be taken for
treatment or are.
The supervising architect has adver
tinse for prdpoeils for the construe-
t*On of the hospital and wharf, and
these will be opened on November 27,
sag the ooateact awarded.
BUY COAL NOW.
This is the last week of summer
prices on ooal. Buy now and get bene-
ft of low prices. Consumers Ice &
Fuel Co., Chase and Tarragona. Phone
art Pateful ad Vaates Jemr-ey
imek IPVm Neeew.
The main facts of the French retreat
from the ruins of the great Russian
elty of Moscow are as follows: Napo-
leon had entered Ru-sla June 24. He
Foula the country through which his
route lay devastated and abadoned
as he advanced, with no erqny to
make a stand against him. P had to
leave large bodies of troop* song his
line of march and to deta ,forces to
threaten At. Petersburg mnd other
cities. At the battle of Borodino, Sept.
t, one of the bloodiest 1i history, the
losses probably aggregated 40.000 o
*ach side. The loss to Napoleon, whi
could get no re-enforcements, waa
But still he pressed on and entered
los'ow,. Sept. 14. to find himself rob-
bed of the frnuits of h!s victory by the
terrible conflagration wh'ch broke out
:wo days later. Yet Napoleon lingered
,n Moscow until Oct. 19. Then he
parched southward to :ailuga. hoping
to make his way through a ri'h and
ineshnliited con try. But he was
forced to follow the path he had blared
on the way to Moscow. At first the
weather wna fine and only moderately
evere. Then came rin. snow
old. The winter set in earH- an
nmual. Swarms of Cossacks surround-
ed the Frencbnh n. harassitig them at
every chance. The Invaders, worn out.
wt re thrown into disorder.
The remainder of the retreat of Na-
poleon:'s army has no parallel In his-
tory for the vrilouts sufferings and!
ho-rors undergone. In November, by
the time he had reached the Berelna.
uis army had dwindled to 12.000 men.
In the retreat from Moscow alone
90.000 had been loet. In the whole
campaign some historians have esti-
mated that 1M5.000 bad been slain. 132.-
IW) died of fatigue and hunger and
told and 193.0)0 were made prisoners.
lapoeeon was now re-enforced by 18.-
K00 men. and be made his way across
hte Berezina, thus escaping total ruin
It was a miserable throng which,
go the evening of Pec. L. like a crowd
@f beggars tottered Into Vilna. the old
espital of Lithuania. In all nearly
0, 000 solUers bad perished from
old and bullets d hard@hips or had
DID NOT HOLD :
Onl Five Aldermen Were Present
Meeting to be Held Next
GREW EV0 BIT O* T i
Mil" juft.woS.Wis.. Jarz. a1,I*
Iwisiwl~n Dand-rtrnu C '.
t'U A U i Ni :-S.IVMO 7 " W Oej
a bon ti: I ,1goont f bad ibal I WW
k io w B if this photograph and teitirno-. Mr OXdT=o1'ir."K
Week. nial are not absolutely genuine =d 11; h? 2
anddunsolicited. se-.4 alhatlm-t .!m ,t-I lia
No meeting of the City Council was .* DAhNDEIis is the greatest in.d ir t
held last night for the reason that a hairandmscalp invigoratingremnedy =h d _> at
quorum was not present at the ap- theworldhas ever known. na duk1,s 1, l
qu dourw. and oFREsequenceV- Yon can go to your druggist and get a t10r n ": jn'*ew I I-B
pointed hour, and as a consequence, FR EE otte for 2. which will be enough to s -
the meeting alu:-cd -tiject to the atisfvvou that it will produce hair, and do it quick or
call of the ao. d tis ADVERTISEMENT to uswith ten cents in stamp or silver to jiyprxta-,
callumber of the mayo drmn ar o in we will send you a large sample by return mail. The samples we give are large
A number of the aldermen are 01 ~o to produce lenethial results, in many case being enough to stop bad cases
of the city, while some others are of hair falling and start t lehairtogrowingagain. NOW on sale ataildrtgiit. three
sick, making it impossible to get a -amz.5 0i .' $ 1.00perbottle. KNOWLTO" DAN DZRIZZCO Chicea
Several matters of importance were
to have come up for discussion at thl-'
meeting, Including the matter of is-
sulng bonds, but those questions will
be dealt with at the next session.
In order that the business may be
t-ansacted. Mayor Bli-s will call a
si:eclal nieting of the council during
the latter portion of this week. or the
first portion of next, probably on
H ICCOUG H .
Sew 'They Are Ca-nod ansd the W&
They Shoald Be Treated.
Hiccough is not ordinarily regarded
as a serious affection, yet sometimes
the persistence with which It continues
and resists all sorts of remedies and
devices employed for its arrest be-
comes a very grave .matter, even
threatening life itself. Hiccoughing sl
what is called a reflex act-that is, it
is an effect produced in one part of
the body as a result of Irritation ap-
plied to the nerves in another part.
The exciting cause is usually an un-
due stimulation of the nerves of the
stomach, resulting from indigestion or
from the presence of some irritating
substance in tke stomach. It Is some-
times an accompaniment of inflamma-
tion of other organs in the abdomen or
et peritonitis, and then it is exceed-
ingly distressing and often most ob-
stinately resistant to treatment.
The gouty are prone to have hit-
cough after the slightest indiscretion
In diet. The same Is true of those suf-
fering from diabetes, and, often the
subjects of chronic malaria are simi-
larly afflicted. Sometimes hiccoughing
Is a purely nervous act. one of the
manifestations of instability of the
nerv-ou system, ad la associated witl
the laughing and crying of a hyster-
It is generally a very easy matter to
stop the hiccoughs if they do not cease
spontaneously. As It is a reflex act.
anything that makes a strong impres-
sion on the nervous system or distracts
the mind temporarily will often put an
end to the attack. Children recognise
this when they shriek at a playmate
and scare the hiccoughs away, and
adults show the value of concentrat-
Mg the attention on some other sub-
Ject when they subdue the hiccough by I
seelag how near they can bring the
tips of the little fingers together with.
out allowing them to touch.
In very severe cases these simple de-
vices will not avail, and then If their i
Is some offending substance in the
stomach it must be got rid of by an
emetic. Drinking a glass or two of hot
water may act well if acid dyspepsia
Is at the bottom of the trouble. A lump
of ice placed over the pit of the stom-
ach or the alternate application of an
lee bag and a hot water bag to the
same place is an effective measure in
many obstinate cases:. Another useful
excellent is to breathe deeply and very
Lu very Intractable case it may be
aeces ary to put the sufferer under the
Influenee of otherr or chloroform or te
presir'he jowerfirl opinats or other
quieting remedies. Youth's Compa&
WORK A PLEASURE.
It is One of the Real Joys Given Us.
"Postuim Food Coffee has 'one mnrt,
'or me in two year.'." writes a Wiscn-
;-in vyo nzf lady ;iudnt. "tha- n all the
*ie"l.er* and :reatn mn' I had m r
plovt ,l to ,vercome the eIT-rs of tih
rf'ining that was killin- me
"I hal all the familiar symptoms
and suffercrd all trhe \vell-knnown *'o"-
tires. My r'or.ach was wr pl:e'! and
Scoulld nCt e-:, :n hca rie almost
(,int:nually. I 1,ecate tl(e ti.rvo's v0-
t.m of iinso-nna, and thr capacity ,ori
study -deserted me. Of course th ..:
came on gradually, and without sus-
i-icion. for a long :imc. as to the caun,".
"Two years ago a friendd erthusius-
tcallv urged me to quit using the o)ld
'inri of coffee and to drink Postum
'ood Coffe?. I hiv, never regretted
Pting upon the ar vice. As soon as
-he coffee poleon was eliminated. the
:renrthening and nourishing proper-
.es of Postum Legan to build me up.
iach day I gained a little, the color
.rept back to my cheeks. my limbs
*minded out with noew flesh, my com-j
*-'exion grew fair and clear again, my
ligestion improved, and now I can eat
anything at any time, 'he nervs au
insomnia has left me and I sleep
undly at night and wake- up refresh-
,. I have no more headaches, ana
mental work has become a pleasure
me." Name given b: Postum Co.
'sttle Creek. Mich.
There's a reason.
Read the little book. "The Road to
Wellville," in each pkg.
MAYOR GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN OF NEW YORL
Mayor McClellan Is a candidate for re-election and is understood to *"-*,
the unanimous support of Tammany. It is said that he is beir-
groomed for the governorship of New York State and, if Sul
cessaaful, will in all probability be a prominent candidate
for the democratic prealiential nomination in 1908.
mebw and iP Nernmate. BLUE RIBBON MADE GOOD
When the brave Admiral Be]bow RECORD IN BIRMINGHAM
was a common sailor his messmate
who was stationed with him at the Blue Ribbon, the fast mare owned
same gun, lost his leg by a cannot b
shot. The poor fellow called to his by Robert Gnzalez of this city,
friend 3enbow. who took him upon bis made a good record Tuesday, on te
shoulder and descended with ima te Birmingham track, when the animal,
the cockpit, but It happened that just entered by Newell. won the 2:25
as the poor fellow's head came upon Pace. Speaking of the event an ex*
a level with the deck anotbr ball change says:
carried that off also. Benbow, how. "As a rule yesterday the races were
ever, knew nothing of the matter and close. The two harness events were
carried the body down to the surge won in straight heats. Pulsus, whe
carried the body down to theSVle shared the price of 3 to 2, with two
calling out to the latter that he ad ot her horses, in th race, won botwo
brought a patient, destring. ome one heats of the 2:15 trot, and Blue Rib-
to bear a hand. The surg ea taned bon, at 241 to 1, did the same stunt,
about and exclaimed: In the 2:25 pace. There were two
"Why, what do you do here with horses favored more than Blue Rib-
man who has lost his head?" bon for the first heat and his price
"Lost his head'" says Benbow. "A i fell to 2 to 5. for the second heat,
lying scoundrel: He told me it was I which he won In the stretch from too
his leg. but I never believed what he second and third horses."
said in my life without being sorry for .... ... .
Malay Literat .e.
Thei. Malay tribes possess bet little in
the way of literature. the greater part, H E FIR ST
like that of Java, consisting of ro
niancrs known under the Sanskrit
nane f "'chberitra," or the Arable one ".OF"&
of "hikayat." Their subjects are taken
from the Hindoo epie~, from the local
iegonds of Java, rom the Mohammnedflan A O
tales from Arabia and from the storira |
of Malay princes, hardly less fabulous.
Such comIpsitions differ from thlwM e
the Javanese in that the greatSer um
her of them are it prose. The Malays
are possessed of no ancient manu
scripts or inscriptions on stone of
bra.ss. Their whole literatnre, all la
th, Arabh' character, is certainly not NEW FLORIDA SYRUP
of greater antiiuilty than their conver-, per
sion to Ibe Mohammeda* religion, the Gal.. ...... ...... .. ....50c
earliest recorded spePemen of it twing
the vocabulary of the Italian I' gq- FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES, per
fetrta, collected in the Moluccas in 1,21. Dozen .. ... .. .. .... 25c
no C hasee For Attachimet. IMPORTEC
Exceesivr ba.ishfulne-'s Is no joke to per Doze
the person who suffers from it. tu"-h a NEW FLO
person was .Jared Philpot. Half a NEW FL
dozen times irn his life he had wanted PECANS
to marry somebody, but could never 9 POUND
summon the courage to say so, an(d he i U
had bweonme a middle aged bacb,,o- SUGAR
and "T'Tele Jard-l" to a large collection SAME..
of nieces and nephe.%.. "-nele." one
of the-e yoiittf*!l relativeswt asked him
one day. "how does ft happen that you
have never tnke n 'ibW unto your-
self.r "What would be the use,
child?" sighe I Uncle Jated. "I haven't
say backbore." |
Rtad The Journal's Want
D MESSINA LEMONS.
en . . .. ..25
, per lb. 15 and... ..
8S OF GRANULATED
STILL GO FOR THAT
.. .. .. .. .... .. ..$10
'!r - - - - -oOOS0ORUS-
TNH PSNSACOLA JOURIAL. THURSDAY MORNING, OTOBER 26, 1905.
PEOPLEE AND EVENTS p lgy SPRING LU F
_ TO RELIEF
lo Ca f d Nour a NSANOOLA PAt ENJOYING
h s = am Iow UM Wii G ma t parlor Is L E JUST OVER THE LINE TO R
IN BALDWIN COUNTY. e Q
SI It lite i If it is in order give us a small F
P. .. WLLUAI S ISates. Tonall itset of It le in- space in your conn. We wouI I
IWrTAIMS ROVALL Y. trtaic vale, yet in sentiment it rep state that we have been refugeeing
Mrs. P. M. Wilams rolly enter- rests the loyalty, the worth and theSpring Blu, A, st ove n the m
ld a few fi T sday after- homer of as brave, chivalric aid no. In buying our supplies at Spring Bluff, Ala., JUst over cnthe Tt
O r at aesr 1ew et HU borne bie a people as is to be found on the we insist on purity- al dwin county line, and can look cutn To Be Received But
t a Te-e. cities of a proud republic, fel ani greatest care is exercised fatPerdio, wht d vldo sta tha Pu C Is Urged T0 Assist In
T1 evemang was spet delighttill7 believe that you, as the head of that in its preparation, thus states We would also state that
vi o nas -he hde and d in th!n sft ee w on ay e esta' g Slii
all who Wr premset. And, how republic, will try by your broad views insuring to the public this is one of the healthiest s il Th Wo
a t have been otherwise whee thland jadicious actions to so unite in that thorough cleanliness the south. We havethreemailWork.
"- 0 tr- kOw n yellow Iboonds of friendship all section of demanded in things to eat weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays Dnd
g g es knows w bonds of friendship all sctins and drinkt. Friday, and the mail depart ires are Subscriptions to the yellow fever re
S ta. Moreover it w r r beloved country, that Americaon the their days, Tuesday, Thurs-effund continue to be received and
U imSrl' pilaot fa all omermedlwiwll advance till they become the, day and Saturday. We eagerly le)k are greatly welcomed by the relief
tmesa m w the at two months teyl foremost of nations. and may without. for The Journal on everyn.mi! day committee but as yet the fund. has
te bea ke a secas i T and iad a misogiving defy a world in arms. *to see the latest fever news from the shown no appreciable gain. Three
ta igal to a gle a &i Should this awful necessity ever Kandy Kitchen Cafdear old city of Pensacola. thousand more dollars are needed to
r ma s e arise, the the sons of the South wil On August the 31t Mrs. M. L. care for the poor and need fCONSIS
Nt W13 916 were Mr, .be found a mighty armed camsp.i Suarez and her three sons, Alotszo city, and the citizens of the city and
~ at m tk an, Ms. IL D. Beggs, Take this little reminder, and when. 140 S. Palafo. Phone 999 Cornelius and Gasque and her sist er those in a ioining towns are urged
4s. C. U. ma r, M. Ba. Mrs. you oo upon it amid your Mrs. Ryan and little daughter, Mattie to come forward and donate as liberally
Mb Mobile, Miss Clubbs. and multifarious duties, feel andI all arrived at Spring Bluff, Ala., just as possible.
Ma. J. C. rem amd mother Mrs. know that the people of Mobile la ve ur hur re th uare olloation to date:
0 Mrs. Jums Oertlog, Miss Eu- buried the past and look without lou hos bwere estashed aganinse F ollowi, are the Donations t da
g sDmarcker Mrs. James T. Vier- fear to the future, recognizing thAt such circumstances for the greetes la by theretateof Albamainst The Donations.
is ad charming little boys James you, as is shown by your later utter-. man-the broadest, truest type o ia by te Sae ron tle sn FrankM. E Corley, Hattieburg......... 5.00
a Pnlik Wesley, and Mrs. F. M. aces, are the president of the Norh true American citizen whatever else Mrs. Carrie Crona little son Frank First Naouali Bank.......... $500.00
dilt and South, our whole country. They !may be said of him-who has yet been J. B. Roberts W. S. KeyserCo..............200.114
Suarez were here when we arrive e4. W .Ker Co ........... 200.1 1
regard you as a broad-minded Ameri- president of the United State--mst We only have with us at preset American National Bank ...... 200f.00
UWAL A OUN ENT c and as such offer this badge. its have made it particularly memorule Mrs. Suonl have with us at preset Conolidated Grocery Co..... 250.00
1al trteds are n receipt of spotless, typical of the womanhood, and more public affairs along his our- Mrs oers and Mr Fank Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.00 LaC nids,
a $bartl anneement: 'and manhood of our Southland, and ney. Mr A berths have gonr e t Escambla realty Co.......... 600
Mr. 0 Mrs. Francis Eppes Harris peuliarly appropriate as you are ba;f St. Augustine is indeed to be fcc- Mongomer Lee Daniel .................. 25.00 Pins
tm e the marriage of their Southern." n stated upon many things; her fln- fat oer theW.A. Blount................ 100.
daughter Vtolt As the president arose there was cial. artistic and social facilities ior Gasque is growing fat oer e Hannah Bros.. .............. 10.00
ad another tremendous outburst of p-. entertaining; her hospitable ctizn- sport of hunting and has learned to People's Bank..... ........ 100.00 MO Rev
Ir. Wiiagm Herbert Powers plause, and the president did not waitship; her historic relics and romar be quie a arsman his kills c Pensacola Wter Company.... 100.00
a the aftersm of Monday, for this to subside before he b.gan tra(t.ions; and--her spletided ec in right often. He said that he cmn Leslie E. Brooks.............. 10 00
the atitemt of October. his reply to the ovation and the au-. newspaper the St. Augustine Record in contact witha large catamount in j. M. Coe.................... 1000 C 0t
Uoaal, Aontrma. dience caught very few of his first which has enabled its distant readers e swam and had he not e e s Pensacola Investment Co..... 100 00 p
tes o the pretty bride and of sentences. to so vividly enjoy every feature of shells tostart home he might have di- M. F. Gonzalez................ 25 0
ta wesill ite In t ra o ;. t u ate- the really great event. patched his catship. When he related Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00 Shower Pr
e Dr.Fwers nd I beat whesfor THE PRESIDENTIN 4- his adventure some of the boys Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.00:
Lhanplns for him ad Mrs. OLD ST. AUGUSTINE. Mrs. Walker Humphreys is conval- seemed to doubt his judgement on CGrman-American Lumber Co.. 5000
tSrs. President Roosevelt has certainly escing nicely and is able to sit, the varment but Gasque persited in Saunders Mill Co........... 25.001 Me
errde to r saying that he would take an oath J. R. Saunders ...............50.00
Shad a royally democratic progress to the great pleasure of her many that it was a large catarnount be Pensacola, St. Andrews
SS M uI %S E rTS through the South, that must indeed friends. cause he had horns at least six1 Gulf Steamship Co..........2500
TO TE PRES NT. have warmed hisheart to the keenest Sa ury N. inches long, but the boys decided hat D. Kugeman.........10.00
Judge 0. J. Semmes of Mobile, personal as well as official friendli- Mrs. Charle Price of Sallsofury, N. A U
rther f Mr. O. J. Semmes of this ness for everybody and ever place C., and her sister Miss Carrie Rooens hMr. Knsey's billygoats. S P. Shotter Co ....0...... .00
lty. Wu a star performer in the npt where he has stopped. But-aftep of this city who is visiting her will r l k frst Jos ComanMat
We reception his city gave the preei- carefully reading all the published ac- go to Jacksonville, Fla., next week We a e looking for jack first oo Jos Coleman..............
dit a Will be seen by reading the counts of the individual receptions, i! to spend a few days with their sister we can come back to our dear old! A. F. Warren................ 25.00
homes in Pensacola. M. L. Roch .................... 5.00
neble Register's account, which fol- does seem that that in rare old St. Mrs. Osborne. After a brief visit In SPRING BLUFF REFUGEES. no. B. ones.................5.00
M3s: Augustine must have been most grate. Jacksonville they will return to Mrs. T. H. Lannon & Co ......... 15 00
"JIge O. J. Semmes was next pre- ful after the strenuous activity le '- Price's home where they will remain W Johnson Son25
eted to the president by Jadge Al- where. till Januar: when she will accompany HIT BY A SHELL. letter Muc Hou .......... 2100
Clutter Music HIouse .......... 10.001
rTd ftr te purpose of delivering to Arriving and departing in the dusk Miss Roberts home for a visit to rel- -- W have lso in st
e President the beautiful badge pre- of evening to find every moment of atives in Pensacola. A W iter ma Ber .. .. aememt Meyer Shoe Store. C........w 1 00
~td by the cities of Mobile. the way-from his train to the *at a eems i FeealllS. Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.00
Jdge Semmes' remarks were in the glimpse he had on leaving twenty fou: i The many friends of Miss Ella Soon their gunners got our distance, Maxwell & Reeves........... 2000
ary bet taste and were eloquently hours later-a modern fairy tand If Ward the attractive young daughter and shells were screaming and burst- S. Pasco, Jr.................. 5.00 S k ir s
spoke. As he took the badge from gorgeous luxury from which all glare of Mr. and Mrs. John Ward regret ing over the convoy,, ays Robert Me- P. Campbell................. 5.00
ta covering the president arose, and and glitter had been obliterated by:to learn that she is quite ill. ard t-ust Caw in "A prisoner With De Wet" in H. H. Boyer.................. 25.C' 1
wben frst he saw it, and while judge the good taste and perfect orgaLiza- she will soon be quite restored to per- the National Magasine. Several wag- Kress & Co.................. 10.00
Semmes was yet speaking, the presi- tion that characterizes the East feet health. ons in front of us we blown up and D. Hale Wilson.............. 25.00
4~et characteristically broke In: Coast towns to the end of the Fla- the on sattrd n writ ma A. M. Aver ................ 25.00
"ln't It beautiful!- The president ler steel ribbons: to be assured ofI Magnolia Temple No. 4, Rathbone the ox aeed i wthg m Gordon & Browny.............. 15.00
seed most deeply appreciative cf peace and rest in privacy in the mst Sisters, held a most interesting and on the road. The i w. thied or ordn Pebleyron ................ 5.00
this gift and the very cordial compli-, superbly elegant private suite in tr pleasant meeting Wednesday stter- team took fright andolted, the oen Forbes Furniture Co.......... 400 or
meet from Judge Semmes. In pre- most magniflciently delightful resnti noon. ar.d business of importance swerved as a shell .rst in front of N. G. Forcheimer............. 10.no
eating the badge Judge Semmes hotel in the world, with perfect sr- was transacted. them, and, the whe lh suddenly going H. G. DeSllva & Co........... 25.00
maid: vice: a Sunday free from unneces, into a deep rut, the heavy wagon W. A. D'Alemberte............ 10.00 .
Judme Semma' Addres. ary intrusion including a mon-ing Mrs. W. B. Wright. Mrs. John Den- turned completely mt, grinding me Jas. McHugh ................ 25.00!
"Mr. Presdent-I ask your attea. dip in the Anastasia surf and an houri ham, Mrs. Albert Hyer and Miss beneath its weight. .j head bursting, Sol Cahn & Co............... 25.00
tie for a moment. I have been dele- of worship in one of the most beau-i Daisye Hyer, and Mrs. H. H. Thcrn-! I was falling down otldgh blackness B. Gerson.... ........ ....... 1500
gated by the people of Mobile to pre- tiful stlhctures in that beautiful new ton are all in Washington awaiting as n the midst of a thousand crimson J. Krger .......... .. .. 17 90
sent to you this token, a symbol of old town; and-and-O, the tho;,- pleasurably as possible the freedom i s om o ld m eartGreen & Watson ............. 10.00
their alt a cities of the United sand and one joys of a day under Of their home citer. homebody held my t C. VanPelt.................
their elty tiens of the nted sand and one joys of a day underof their home cit in his hand, was squeezing it, and ThO Pensacola Journal........25.00
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fisher--former- then-- Thank heaven, this is death! C. B. Parkhih ........... 10 00
rr tly Miss Alma Esmonde--returned" Ages after there was a roaring of Naval Stores Export Co...... 250.01 A
The Journal s D anfy Fashion Feature last evening from' an extended and waters far beneath me. Then it thun- W. B. Wright Co............ 50.00
delightful! wedding tour and went at dered on my naked brain. A faint N. Apostle.................. 25.00!
'once to their apartments in Hoteli star was sl:inlng somewhere. It rushed McDavid-Hyer Co.. ..........25.00
SEscambia. toward me. growing bigger and big- R. G. Bushnell................ 20.00
ger, until I was swallowed up in it- AA.. 'Fisher ................ 50.00 with implicit confidence in the preset
The whole family share the pleas my es w open. wa H. Baars & Co................1.00 sacola.
aure when you use Blue FRbbon Lemon rgd. I was d Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00
and Vanilla Extracis. Nothing touch? was righted. I was dripping wet, for p. C. Brent.................. 25.00 TATT1
the exact spot like the "'Blue Ribbon the drivers had thrown water upon me. John Shepard ................ 5 00 |
Flavor." I heard the boom of the guns and the A. DiIustro .............. 2 00'
Crash of bursting shells. I tried to Alex Zelius .................. 10.00
Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace rise, but my head seemed to float away D. Levy ...................... 1.00 takes great pleasure in announcing-
of prompt delivery. Open all night, from me and I felt myself striking E. J. Dunham ................ 5.00 Their Readiness for a Large
falling They lifted me on the n, O. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00 We have ordered, are receiving, at
Falling. They lifted me on the wagon, Bar Pilots................... 100.0 goods are packed and shipped, the la
and the oen moved off. My head and W. B. Lamar................. 100.00 ies that it has ever been our pleaure
Blface were sticky with thick blood and Scarritt Moreno .............. 5 0 know the people of Pensacol.a are ca
I dust, ed I was in such pain that I did H. H. Thornton............... 10.00 lamity that arises, and that on the w
I, .. not know where the pain was J. B. Roberts.................. 10.00 sire to Pure and Wholesome Table
Special to The Journal -.--- ...-. J. P. Williams Co............ 100.00
hard a tis morning but itWe had quite MEN ARE POWERLESS. Geo. W. Wright .............. E0.00
cleard rain tis morning but it has nw Cash ....................... 5.00
cleared up. To Fight against Disease Unes Quna Guttman ............ 10.0 Sullivan & Sullivan ........ 10.00. R,
The syrup-makers are kept busy They Strike at tI- Underlying Frank & ta..10.0 Suliva & 00
each one having about all they ca Thy Strike a Underlying Frank Reilly ................ 25.00 Dr. E. C. Bennet ............ 5 00
do. T eaus'. S. A. Friedman................ 10.00 McMilian Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00 T
The mercury got down to 43 bun- To treat Dandruff, and Falling Hair. D. Danheisser .............. 5J00 J. Pebley.. .. .. ........... 10.0,0
wi irritant or oils on which a para H. O Anson................... 1000F M Williams..............10.00
day morning an' 42 Monday morning sitic germ will prespr, is like scoop- Marston & Quina...........25.00 c & Co............ 0 Mi
. . . . = .W lC K e 8t t o . . . . . . . . . . .. .
at oclok. did not see any in water from the ocean to prevent W. J. B. Forbes........... 10000 Phil Pearl.... ........ ....... 10
but some say that there was some on thD tid frrnimin, f I,,^........ .
the low ground. .You cano acconlish a ati .c- ICas iu .................. F. W. Cook Brewing Co, .... 50 00
You cannot acco lish a ratisic- Cash.......... .00 Senator S. R Mallory . 00
There was a party and candy pull- tory cure without having a right un- W. H. White & Co............ 5.00 Senator -. R. Maory0
ing at the home of Mr. A. J. Busby derstanding of the fundamental causes Waren Fish Co.. ............ 10.0 F Me 0
last Saturday evening. About filty of the trouble. Pensacola Stables ......... 10.00 R ee
were present and a!l had a goo,t, You must kill the Dandruff germ. C, Thiesen .................. 100.00 ."Tn- .." ....T "T.rCo .. .. 100 0O
time as they always do when A. J. Newbro's Herpicide does this lhe Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00 Alger-Sullivan Lumber o .... 10
Sand wite do the honors. cause it is especially made to do J. S. McGaughey............. 5.'0 Clyde Wilson ............ 5
Mr. J. W. Marble of Myrtle tIrove :hat very thing. Armour Packing Co.......... .00 E D. Begg 5 0
'is hauling lumber from Reeder's mill When the germ is removed, tae Dubuisson Bros ..............20.00 G L. Wlliams.......... 1i
and lath lat tly purchase near thehair has no choice but to resume Star Laundry ................ 1500H L Berry 10
Ma C.. o a D.Beggs................ 00
( German colony to his place. Iheahhy growth and beauty. L. S. Brown & Co............ o Cash. .. .. -- ** 100 0(
Mr. Will Olsen, who is building a "Destroy the cause, you remove the Judge H. Bellinger........... 15.00 eo. Lew, Talahaee5 00,
new barn is also getting his lumber effect." Marks & Gayle B .............Sheppard, .. .. .. ..
from Mr. Reeder. There is a oad For sale by W A DAlbert Swift & Co ...............25 00 C. E. Merritt, ........ 5 .0,
Forse W ......... M SPond ............. b 0
deal of building going on in the sertle- ,lrugtist and apothecary, 121 South Miss Fanne Hen'erson ........ 2.50
meant and as most of the lumioer Palafox street, or send 10 in stamps McKenlie Oerting & Co., ..... 10 0o White Employees at Mlllvlew 50 ) Rc
comes from Reeder's mill, John is a for sample, to The Hcrpiclde Co.. Dunwody-Aiken Co ......... 25.00 Joe Roth . .............. 5 00 Fi
busy man just now, trying to keep up Detroit, Mich J. S. Roberts ................ 5.0 Citizens of Warrington........ 54.00 Dr
with both his shipping orders and Citizens National Banb ...... 100 00; I and S. Bing Cincinnati ...... 20.00 Ny
transient custom. L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 100 30 M. H. Sulliva .. ..... 50 00 S
Mr. John Wilson is working a tce F W. Marsh ................ 15 00 Baiz, Whipple & Co., Cincinnati 10 00 Pi
of hands on the road to Lanes Ferry, I AI NOW PeR Cary .................10 00 Sunday school children of Bag- Kr
commencing at the hard road. He J. Ed. O'Brien ............... 10 uO dad ................ 24 00 &
has put the road in good shape from ...t.... Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00 C. H. Blackman. ............ 500 Go
S*- here to Muscogee. This piece of road Electric Terminal Rallway Co.. 100 00 D. T. Williams & Co., Milton.. 12.50 Sa
that has been in bad shape tor a vP the PUl C Goulding Fertilizer Co ....... 100.00 B. L. Gunderahetmer.. .. ... 5.00 po0
good while. k v e t e Public John C. Avery............... 25.00 Escambia Land & Mfg. Co.... 50.00 la;
Mrs. Frank Wilson accompanied Wil st-cus P. Martinez ............ 2 00 Jefrson D. Stevens........ 5.00 WI
her father back to Baldwin Co., Ala., J. W. Maloy .... .... .... 5.00 Cash........... ........ 5.00- Be
last week. SW* d FBCT Welles-Kahn Co .. ........ 25.00 W. M. Palk.............. 5.00
Sore eyes, which seems to be pre- Rhodes-Futch-Collins Co.. ....15.00 Jas. M. Andrews, county com-
valent everywhere in this part of the AMce s a d Foeedtf n Cotton ......... ........... 10 00 missioner.. .. .. .. 10.00
FOR TH SCHOOL GIRL. country has nearly closed up our d southern Cotton Oil Co........ 50.00 oor Lt
day and Sunday schools, the attend- Mat mwsdwat 6w F. I. Brawner.. .............. l10.0 Big Zion Bunday eoc' .... 5 00
A m dtm shade of dark sew tcilt- regulation shirt pattern. the fullness ance at both being reduced fully one I have also opened in connection R. P. Reese..................... 5.00 M. M. Lewey, (Sestanel) .... 2 50
tbase fashioes this rt Mirt twaiet id in stitched plaits at the wriet. half. with my groceries a clean, firt-cLaa D. H. Klusmeler.. ............. .00 Jos. H. Jam .. ........... 5 00
atit, one whba prNa B ay a raI- and an upAarng cuff is trimmed with I am sorry that I rubbed the far Meat Market, such as Beef, Country W. S. Rosasco ............... 10.0 W. H. Harvy ............... 2 00
tive features for oeol wear. The a velvet told. en suite with the collar. the wrong way on Muecogee's quar Pork, Mutton, Veal, Tripe, Sausage. Marine Grocery Co............ .00 Moses Lymla ............... 1 0
back follow the tteb Mies ofs a well- Tie skirt is a nineored affair. each antine cat. Dressed Chickens, etc. Weights guar- P. 0. Howe & Co............ 25.0 Richard Morra .. ... ..... 5 00
settitgc berMe, wile thU D s are ore having two backward turning' anteed. Quick delivery. Call or J. C. Porter.................. 10.00 Cash ............... ....... 55
arranged after a shirt-walt pattern, pleats, stitched down to the knee and BUY COAL NOW. phone. 620, corner Loy-' and Davis J. A. Chain .................. 25.0 L. F. Andlroa .............. 2 Oc
ith broao' plaits. The deep, quare the well-presed from tr. The This is the last week of summer streets. Lion Brewery ............. 25 0Marion Ble ......... 100
collar over the sholer is a epa- skirt ilgta is to the she tops, and price on coal. Buy now and get bent Yours to Pleae L. Bear Co. .................. 60 00 Preston o n .............. 1 00
rate affair, aad I trtmed with rows the shoe ptred r ereL ts the latest t of low prie& Consumers lee & Windisch-Muhlb uer brewing St. Paul church .............. 7
of heavy madhile stchta g and a bias ode, a s-iay black vamp. with dark Fuel Co., Chase and Tarragona. Phone An A il on .Co. ........................ 2500 Washingto Clark .......... 500
old of black velvet. The sleeves the cloth upper. 259. 251oct6. WMIIS. LFiedman & Co ......... 10. Whiteld Dupost ...... 00
of Trimmings to
ock a New Line of
ev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
Baptist Church, ............ 2 00
hos McMillan.... .. .. .... 1.00
Colored Citizen ............ 5 '
aron S. Johnson .... .. .. 1 fy)
t. Zion Bapist Church ...... 3.21
. Walsh Clark.. ........ 3.7
marine Grocery Co.
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
Staple and Fancy Grocerie.
Family Trdea Se Ited.
New 9oSed. New Storm.
Just received--Mackerel, Spare Rib
>lled Boneless Cornal Beef, Cou
sh, New Raisins, i-rrmig In Ke ,
'led Herring. Black Ollves, 8&s
rmph Cod Fish, Hallibmt, Bloateri,
anish Onions, Olives in Keg, Dill
ckles, Black Greek Olives, SanIr
raut, Sour' Pickles. Francis Leggelt
Co.'s Celebrated Brand of Canne'
ods, Aspara;us and T;ps. oI ns,
linon, Shrimp, Oysrers, Clams, Ian.
rted Sardines, l'altan Chasef Ital.
SPaste. Spanish Canned Gootos
bite Beans, Red Bear., Bua:iu
ans. Everything ne?- and fresh.
Nos. 604, 606, 608 S. Palafox St
nt, and a great future for Pen-
Fall and Winter Business.
nd continue to r'ecive as fast as
rest assortmiint of Fine Grocer.
to handle-because we feel and
able of rising superior to any ca-
ave of prosperity comes the de-
n ..I Iii IlI Pn SA COL A ' "==L- - '."uf L TI Dn. F I . _I. - s
The Joumrns CO iamfld Cash Advertisements
| --- - X -N I ...i t X- .w rates by the month.
MNCr=S. Irr0 r
I wAL. WAMrTr,
will buy a four room house on aut
Romana, just east of Tarragona. Rents
will buy a four room house, corner
Romana and Ooyle streets, renting or
$8.00 per month.
will buy three houses, North Hayne
St., renting for $18.00 per month.
will buy three houses, North Rayne,
(new) renting for $21.00 per month.
It will pay you to investigate any
of the above. Good interest is ob-
tained from any of them, while the
property increases in value.
LESLIE E. BROOKS
04% Palafox St. Fisher Buillng.
FOR CALE.-Dr. Boulter's office out
fit, household goods, fine piano $90
and several large rugs. Call at housa,
313 N. Spring St., between 2 and 5 p.
nm. Everything cheap. Mrs. H. H.
WATI-BY two young men, i WANTED. or 4 good white carrier FOR SALE.-Two good second hand
r in l parish. native lV boys. Apply Journal Oece. 25ot. I1buggies in good condition at a bar-
e AMes P. 0. BO 4. gain Vuoovich Charcoal Yards, 9
NOctlw' WANTD.-Men and boys wanted to South Aloanis. P. O. Box 534. IPhone
WA .. -- = -r of -d earn $5 gda, after two months in- 691. 26octlt
sWAN Den t gi wMO a en latae, straUta, pmrittoa gurantce. Special
crateei etto nool rur tuition half price, few days only. Coyne FOR SALE.-Let the Southern Mat-
or the e v t, to train for nuriat Bros. 0o. Plumbing School, New York, tress Co., make that old bed new
.itu rf tos tbm and aTrilS Cinucmati, 0. 9t. Lo4s,. Mo. (Free They guarantee all work. Prices low.
A bo wa PeMaolae, catalogue.) Delivery free and prompt. Leave or-
twfr. A.- c F ders at Green & Watson's or phone
WocUw.ANTIED.-Machinists experienced 193.
WANTD-W Ien In need of char- principally on vise, lame and planer
ml ring tel1b1 691. ,000 0,work. Aa'dress 2t W. Seventh St., JUST RECIEVED-Large shipnrent of
bIb s always &band. Orders de- Cincinnati, Ohio 24octlw Imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint
Ilere to Dummy must be paid for gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso
In advance. Geo. A. 1oovlch, whole- WANTED-Men ao boys wanted to & Co., ship chandlers ana' grocers, 701
le and retail dealer. P. O. Box 534. earn $5 day, after two months in-i Souh Palatox. oct.
P bhoe 691. struction, position guaranteed. Coyn e
Bros. Co. Plumb Schools, New York, CHICKEN W AT produces esg.
WANTED.--ooplete copy of The Cincinnati. O., St Louis, Mo. (Free Makes fowls especially well ISavare
pnaaoan a Journal of May 23. 1906. It catalogue.) 6octly The cheapest food to be Soms ,
eotatnAe 12 paes. Anyone pobdesm,
& .... = .... rill fif fAi .
Mellen & 'Co.. Phone 834. loo
te a complete copy wlrl coaer a ar-'WANTED.-An intelligent person n "y
ao The Journalbyso notifying this earn $10 to $15 weekliny R SAL .-I am Florada State Agat
ce and the copy will be gladly paid tme corresponding or newspaper; for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
for 1ioct n canvassing. Sid for particular. Va.* Fixtures of al doesriptUos
oNorthern Press Syndicate. Iockpr. manufactured by Alpine Safe ant
WANTobuDi.-iome one with suitable ter Pr SN. Y. 3oc Lock Company of Ciacinaut, Ohio.
t to build a five room house for me. Communicate with me for prices and
ad allow me to pay for it in install- terms before buying elsewhere Ser
eets. Good investment. a I am will- WANT]D.--By Chicago Manufactur- itt Moreno, Pensacola, a.
iug to pay a tair rate of interest. Ad- ing House. parson of trustworthyness i2june.
dress A. J. Homer, care Journal. somewhat familiar with local territory
Ilsetin*m. I assistant in branch oice. Salary Do you value your health? It a,
$18 paid weekly. Permanent position. use our pure Blend of Cofee "Dewey"
We want the public to remember that No investment required.. Previous ex- and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
we are back at our old stand on East perience not essential to engaging.! Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug S0,
Government street. and selling gro- Address, Manager Branches, Comoi __ -- -.- I
cries and produce cheaper than any :Bock, Chicago. 3oct3w* We av been with you Il Pensaco-I
ether rBm ta Pensacola We mean la since 1874, and still lftend to stay|
wLat we say. Geo. W. Pryor & Son. WANTiD.-Parties in need of carpei,- with you and serve you with the best
24ept. ters, please ring up pnone No. 776, of groceries at lowest &nar-
or apply to L. Redenback. business ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
IO & lUAL, contracting painters apent. room 1, old Armory building. Co.. Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug20
and decorators. Fine varnishing 2;sept2mni
end ftitshaU. ign paltMta a ape- FOR SALB--At a sacrItoe. farantur
cu Residence phone 240. a j ATD.--AI yo person store, stock and acoou Ca
WANTED.-All. young persons wc:13b-140 E. Intendenach Man
are good stenographers or book-
D TOa2 wvat to or wIf Lkeepers, that are seeking positions r
A M~e want ad bwin g wonderful, promotion, to register with us imne- WANTD-adi tnd Corn Oat
9TI os t I' tu Um Ig oM diately. We can secure you ood p os- an cotton seed meal sacks Out of
to dd. itions. We are having' more calls t3own shipments Wl tte. Write
daily than we can snppy.. It will 'oat F s Mellen & CO. rol
WANI 2-H--auUAg and trangfi you nothing to register with us. Meux ...
work. Ogee phone *SL. ResIden & Munro, Proprietors, rhe Mobie: FOR SALE-One Choice block on top
hoae 39. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. Business College, No. 62-64 N. Royal of t e ridge east of the electric
rni m"St., Mobile. Ala. lseUtlmei railway, between 7tb and 8th streets
Nature has favored this section and it
WANTBD.-Everybody to know that cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
our g3lea of Cetee may be imitated WANTED-The public to know that
bet eat be equaled New Orleans PLUTO WATER will cure Conesi- PLUTO WATER-Cures Constipation,
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHagh, Prop. pa:ion, Stomach and ;lver trouble. Lver and Stomach troubles. For
augt? For sale, wholesale and retail, by a:e, wholesale and retail by Jas. Mc-
James McHgh. tl2. Hh. ct Hug. Octle.
WANT'D.-The public to know that'
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of FOR SALE-BesutUful block in New
Florida. New Orleans Grocery Co,, Money to Loan. City. Tract No.312. For cash $000.
"as. McHugh. Prop. aug29 Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court House.
WANTED.-The Merchants Tr rO a MUNU-0a o reM l
Co. wants your moving and baullni1 tate % cumrity, or a god collateral, FOR SAL .-Shingles and Wood fo.
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Theo! at towet rate L5 ie L Broos, sale. Apply to C. L. Creightoa'J
sna Prop. Phone 978 18Ljuemel Fisher baldla *. J 1 Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.
We want everybody to know that we! ONTa I AgMM a ay e a FOR SALE.-My residence on East
are wholesale and retail riocers and kIa per@al propirt. a Hill. either including whole boak
Unbe o Ircr~rpgI- Abuul
still a& the old stand. New Orleans
Grocery Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop.
WANTED-Tour eectrc work of atl
kinds. Let =s clean your taus, re-
pair yr dnamo. do your wiring, eteC
Fhose 570. Pensacola Electric Co,
corner Intendencia and Baylen street
WANTE-D--Second hand roller top
desk Write P. O. Box, 354.
A. L. BaINGAM wasts yOr movtag
and hamlin He guarantees all break
ree Phone CO.
PARTIBB who wat to reat khoes
tsmu or aaytliag ee tr taM
matter, will and T Jeurmal Want
Aa a great el.
avow now Whetm 2"d
=*eMY. a me J. A 4LWUaO- UI AW.
Go@ MMA BOOM S&M~bn7 baUdjiaj
teSm I. d2
uOMI\ WIANOW as so" no
we osesaflW ty Is a"summa
gale no a&OI
MONET LOAN) o all Inads of pers
0aoal property oa short notice.
Terms ra. J. W. Bullard. upstairs
28% South Palafb 8t., Phone 1144
Sall kiads f perouln prr
Ielsl racM to bies s Oa a IWmO
las, The Ne w YTerk C,"o 56
of twenty lots 4uxii 7 1- reet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply &t
my office. Thbesen Building for turta-
er particulars. C. W. HagerMn
GO TO TURTON for all st&es im.
C.meo S loaded nd a loaded re
of ehars. He makes best phetbe
*.apb in tM e south. 2 years a bo
FOR SAL.--10-room h uoe comer
lo, 3 blocks from Palfo. lo t OIt&
191 on car une. For parUetwars t.
quir of Standard Clothas 0.
ALL FOR $1-10 lbs. Granulated
Sugar. 1 pound Our Own Freshly
Parche3s Mocha and Java Coffee, 1 lb.
Aidernay Baking Powder, thiP Powder
is equal to Royal that costs you 50
- d w a rl. -
-E tlnal -' Pa aCts. ptr puuu. N u. ** urevery
e C Pr Sk0 co. i 110t
40 I P ALAFOX ST. FOR SALB CHEAP-My three-year-
WANTED-The people of Pensacola MONi TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS, old Berkshire herd tok, Duke at
to ce worrying. Let The Journal Watches, Chains. BJs aad all tlmd Florida, No. 68,923. Also some an
Want Ads soive the problem for yu ~oatjal security at lowest rate of young pigs. 1 six-monUth-old boar, a
They a a detective. sad cA aterest. Brlm asamre d registered and transferred. Carl Seo8
sad the man you are looknla for it pledgete;"ind. c e Fla.
be is Iacluded tn the 25,0W or .34.0. ene
people whic' makes the pop' ----b --0 POR SALE.-Fine Hores and Mules
Pesc- TEL AfATII or sale at all times. Turpentine
~ *GIGIAIW ~operators' wants given special atten-
LO f VANCE'SHALL, NORTH OF ASHE- tion. Call on or address Dllon &
VILLE. N. C., COOL, HEALTHY, EX. Pcnuel. Marianna, Fla. ctla:
LOST.-A punch with club die near CELLENT TABLE, ADDRESSt y
Whites Restaurant Tuesday m "orn A LEX DANTED.-, ou to know that you C"
t1U. Finder will please return to Jour- VANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N C. buy nice. clean old papers at tlUs
"al o5ce .!i rveive reward. 25oct.' =Ise pt office chean.
Road to Wealth,
aad. certalay, the most safe, is In money
DeIfranb Rtal Bstatc
in a Growing City.
Despie the ftht of fever In Pensacola the past summer,
ber tep ia the march of Progress will be quick and
Mealy. M tavel d Is real esate I" h b borders
wll prove a boassaa to its purchasers. It will prove
our wisdom to 6e our list of real eseate la the city.
and of farms and timber lands throughout E cambla and
other counties t West Florida. All communications
.Pensacola Investment Co.
.. L uIA Vnt 4 ~M em.i ar. Mreu1 ,s amreramr.
M216 S Ms Palatd Stem t, eW ee--l, ra.
216 8000 P6169K 86t16t. P*46rl6OW, .
I WAjT'D--- ft~ boarders at 318 W.
WANTED.--Onu or two roomers; men
preferred'. Apply or address No. 17
W. IARua. city., octim*
BAY rOTL--Open night and day.
Baropean pla. Rooms light aad
dean. TrasWlent trade eoUlote, 1%.
657 Bouth Palaso. Jos. 8. Nicolas.
YELLOW FEVER NURSE.
Mrs. J. J. Rogers has nursed yellow
fever very successfully through sev-
eral epld3mics of the past, both in
IPensacola and New Orleans, and now
offers her services to those requiring
a trained yellow fever nurse. Call on
her at 1408 East Gad'sden or phone 853
--4 rngs. 10octlm
JUST OPNNBD--the Hayne Street
Meat Market, corner L. Brainard
an' N. Hayne. Fresh meats and veg-
etables of all descriptJons. W. W.
Nims, Prop. Telephone No. 1206.
IH3 MENTALL BUSINESB is our
specialty sad your buimnaa wiU
iave careful attenUo. U. Hale Wi
Call at The Journal office and get
old newspapers at 5c a hundred. Clean
and whole. Good for wrapping paper
Or to put under matting.
AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' An'-
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You, need it ati
this time of the year. On sale at a;lli
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., tlatt!
fGnvrament street. Price 50c.
200 Lots For Sale.
of $1.00 Only.
No Taxes! No Interest!
Offce Cor. Romana ani Palafox St-~
4 rooms au~ adjolns Mr. Laz Jaco-
by's new plaoe at Fisherville. Desir-
able home for both winter and sum-
mer...... .. .. .. .. .. ..$15.00
Want to buy, sell, rent or lease prop-
erty, borrow or lend money. It so,
call on or write us at 200 and 201
"WE SELL LOTS"
FOR 8ALE.-Large quantity of old
newspapers on hand for sale. All
clean, and whole. Only 5c a hundred.
Apply this office.
ALL FOR $1.00-10 lbs. Granulated.
Sugar, % pound Our Own 90 cts.
Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-
ing Powder, this powder Is equal to
Royal that costs you 50 cents per
pound. New Orleans Grocery Co.
FOR SAL8--South ha't block 211,
fronting 400 fet on l8th street by
137% feet on Bay View Park; also
south half of block 212, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 137% feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin-
Ing Bay View Park that Is now for
sale. The beautiful view down the
bayou and down the bay ca never be
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 3031y
FOR BALl-Comic "Stegomyla" poe-
tal cards for sale at White's Rea-
taurant, two for five cents. Outside
orders w ai no t be fille~ unless cash
and postage accompanes order. Or-
der quick. 28sept.
FOR 8AL---eond-hand oeah regle
ter in portet condondon. Will sea
ash or or, tkt. A real bargain. Can
e seeo at James McHagh's. gmoa
GROW GINMENG. Large promlt
Room in your grduen. Roots for sale.
Write today t or terature Bucking-
ham's O tsenM arde, Zaneevlle, 0.
BOARDERiS WANTBD-43 E. Gregory
street. Good location with or with-
out rooms l8octlm*
Knights of Columbus.
Meetings of the
Knights of Columbus
are held at their hail,
No. 8 West Intenden
ela street on every
Monday evening at
7: 0 O'cloek. An In
Svitation is extended
to visiting Knights.
JOhN B. J.ONS.
IDMr. FOX, Gran.1 Knight
Penacola LOOe No. 4, I, 0. 0. V.
Pensacola Lodge No 4, 0. 0. OP.
meet every Thursday evening at 7:go
at the new hall on West Uaril
street VisitUng brethren cordi ly
Invited. T. G. STINSON,
B. R WITKOYSKI, Becrtary.
Naomi Lodge ao. 10, hebekah ql9
tersn eets every Monday night at
I o'clock In L 0. O. 'F. HaIl. f,.
Itlag sstters cordIaUy Invited to *e
present. MRS. 8. DeTHAYER.
M18S MAMIE FRAZMAN. Secretary.
M. Z. B. A. No. 81 meets first and
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m.. Raford Hall, No. 10 West Intse.
A. 0. RIL, Pros
J. L. SWEBNNY .ee.
Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. W,
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rA
Wednesday in each month. Visitnl
sovereigas emdially Invited.
P. A. BOGHICH. C. a
LESLIE E. BROOKo. Clerk.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grave, No. 4.
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
of each mrnth at 3:30 p. m.. 3rd floor
Wktson building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially invitd. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,
REGULA.I1 MAIL LIN---God onaver. a e ,mes
anco for traveling: publiC. Dally ser.
vice each way. rom Chiplay to Day. I TERSELY TOLD
head, Address J. M. Tuggle, Chlpley. BUINESS
RAL gTAT1 In all parts o citt. Henrit f Carpenter
Yoe bay the ronad an d we wll estimates on building
buUd your house N Lm tlme pay. and give personal attent
ments D. Hale Wlloa I CO 932 3. Strong, and 824
ion to work.
TAII-OR G- -. ID MDaod, Tailor.
OeMt' clotts oletsed, pr d and McKlnzie Oertling t Co., wholesals
repai oonr met Matt. N 11 and retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
Wet oernment t. P aeoa Fl the only first-class house of the kind
16" in Pensacola. Fair r *-er to all.
Keep your system In good condition
and you need not fear any disease. Why use lferior paper, when you
Pinto, the great stomach healer, for can buy Kelso Bond, F-each Dimity,
8AILMAKER. Keep your system in good condition
J. fL PORTII, l~Bak. 716 South and you need not fear any disease.
PalaLfo etreks Orders taken or Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
teats, awnings, camp stools and house sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas.
co. etc. Prices reasonable. Sltas MrHunh.
Beria, Fdrida aul Alabama Railway ui.
Carrabolle, Taallaassu d Georgia Ha;!read Co.
Schedule raking Effect May 6. 19Ji
No. j No.3
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20am 7:54a.m ........ ...
Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.m ll:35an ........ ...
Lv Cuthbert .. ......... 7:50a.m 4: 05p :n .. ..... ........
Lv Arlington.. .... ...... 9:l10a.m 5: 1pm ........ ........
Lv Bainbridge ..........11:00a.m.m :55p.n.a n ......
Ar Tallabassee.. ..........12:55p.m 8:40p.m S:!0 .a ..
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. L. fty) 1:5pma 4:nOa.ru ......-.
Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.n 50a ............
Lv Tallahassee.. ..... .... 2:00p.m S 00a.m s" l .
Lv Socnoppy.. ........3:14p.m 10:00a m !' .fa m
Lv Lanark.. ...... .. .. :45p.m 10:45a i OI 'ni, l .,;p.m
Lv Carrabelle ........... 4:0p.... 0 1iam :' ::5p.n
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00p.m ... ... ... . . .
Lv Apalachlcola.. .... .... 6:30a.m
Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. ...l1:30a.m 2-
Lv Lanark.. .......... 11:45a.m 2::
Lv Sopchoppy...... ..12:16p.m 3:
Ar Tallahassee.. .. .... 1:30p.mr 5:
Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:
AF 'ptllanassei (S.A.L.Ry.).. 3:10p.ma 1):
Lv Tallahassee.. ...... .3: 25p.m 6::
Lv Bainbridge.. ..... 5:25p.m 8:
Ar Arlington.. .. ..... 7:25p.m 10'
No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
: Ol .m
Ar 10: 25p. m
6: 3 5& L&
Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.I .. :43p.m 11: 55a.m ........ Arll:35a.tm
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:55p.m ........ 7:Sa.n
NOTICE::-Trains Nos. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, foot
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Bainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
en sale at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
W. M. LEOG, R. C. 8NIPM, E. O. ALSTON,
General Manager. Trav. Pa. Agt. Gen'l Pas. Agt
. .... ~ ~~ ~~ n- .. .
FOR RENT--aloon and fixtures, cor-
ner Barcelona and Zarragossa.
Ready for occupancy. Apply to Mrs.
Giardtni, 35 S. Spring street. 2601w*
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnish-
ed rooms for rent. Apply at 400
N. Hayne street. Oct26
FOR RlENT.-Large house suitable
for boarding house, 240 E Intenden-
cia. Apply J. KE Dubuisson & Bro.
FOR RENT-A five-room cottage,
1105 E. Cervantes, 2 blocks from car.
wiLh gas, bath aad screened. No.
Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Hardware
Dept., Forbes' Store. 13octlmo*
FOR RENT.-ResfIenuce lately o>
espied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street Apply to L. M. Ca,-
44 8. Palafox street Tju
DIRECT TOR Y
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of thiz
body on the first and third Pednel
days of each month at 7:30 p. a. All
alegates are requested to be press
eat. Z. W. ROBIRTS.
W. I. DELAY, Preident.
PeNacota Lode No. L. K of I'
meets every Monday evening at 7:3;,
o'Wloc at tmeir Castle Hall Blount
Watson balldI.t, corner Palafox anr
OGrden streets Visitlna brethren eon
J. H. BRBWTON, 0. C.
H. WRORSLEt. XK. of I. 8.
Rathbone Lodge No
20 K. of P., meets ever;.
T1 ursday evening at 8: O0
o'clock In their Castr*
bal, third floor. Blount
Wtaon building, south
went corner Palafor and
ardeas iareets VtsidUnt kanghts ae
a B CORUTI. .
C. J. Levy. K. of R. & &a
Fisher Building, 204s South
PH tree .
DR. JMO. A. 7rLA FJ
Room 8, Brent Bulling. Phone S
WML D. HOWE,
Attorneyand Couisellor rtLw
401 Thlosen Building.
i. B. 1WR1GHT CO
and Dealers la
LUMBER. LATHS, SAWED tYPRESI
SHINGLES AND KILN-
California and Northwest
Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Kansa
City is the
and connections, with through sleepag
One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 15th to October 31st. 1905
To California, Oregon, Washington.
Montana, Utah, etc.
Special round trip rates to Califor.
nia and the Lewis & Clark Prposi-
tion at Portland, Oregon. unt.l .J
Ask for through rate from yoar
station and secure literature. In-
formation freely given.
J. I. VAN RENSSELAER.
13 Peachtree St., Atlanta. Ga
0. W. ELY. T. P. A.
Pu d, St. iAmir a d
STEA MER TARPONE
W. G. BARROW, Mastr.
FIRST-CLAASS PASSENGER AND
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALA'Hbn
00LA. CARRABELLLE ST. AM..
And afl pentS on St. Andrew .
arrabells and Apele Jleli.
Idve Pensacola Su4day :p:*
or Mobrl, Ala
*ve ...pea \ Tuesday. 8: ,
, for St. Andrewa, EllyUile, AM
ahicola, Carrabelo and ltermedins
F. M. WILLIAMS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Ofce, Brosabham b lUlng, aeat
to Pensaeola Bastaess Collega
Prompt attention always give
to business. Pdmaoola Il a.
GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLa
M. F. GONZALEZ & CO. Props
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
ay year meaw and stock boed froa
tbe home manufacturer ea oeragi&.
nome industry, oontribute t* homo
labor, and leave your money Is yeou
OPENING Of THE
At a meeting of the advisory board
of the Pensacola Classical School held
Sept. 25, 1905, it was found advisable to
postpone the opening of the coming
steston until more favorable condl-
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG.
For additional Itformatfon lo l tr
J. N. aAUN=M
W3 R. COBB, PrJsda
Ge. rt. and Puas Agt
L ,E. & T. H. ad C. & E. I
TO THE TRADL ". aw
On account of qaatantlne, we wul esUM" "M
not undertake to estabULs a braacb IL L iltAA
house in Penwaoloa nUItl same Is M
evoked. We will make al oil sad
grain shipments from Mobile. Ala.
Same will go tfrward promtly. Send
us your orders for high grade oils. Hootoes
PURE OIL CO., of prompt d
14septlm. & F. Dir, ARt.L Phone 1100.
WW Threas tralm Dalr 2
LEEPE RB maDAY COAcWO
I MC1SISTo CMas
Ic &Crv~ ALL .EA9IM M oU"
4 P A. LL. S.LO5 4W& A&
T LI '*.L
Pharmaoy-4he e IrLtOpl
delivery. OPen a# OW
Room 405 Thleen Building.
.AW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
PALAFOX AND ROMAN
J. P. STOK B
Attmoneyand CunaUot Law
108 East Government Stret.
General Law Pratlee.
Room 600 Thseoon B'd. Ps& 7
WELSH & SMITH,
t Td. ill ........ IV. 10A.M
THU PENSA Aoa LK -M V* rr -WAL* OoTO*ItR I l l07 r r rri"S .
THE PENSACOLA JOUWlAL, TnMUROAY *l"INit, OTOaR Xg, 1t6.
A Ddws Waro& for a U
Nr l-er s
the man who desires to
dress in taste. The proper
fashion or style is indel-
Ulbly staped in the appear-
anee of each piece and-
to be satisfactory in every
respect of "your money
back." A wide assort-
ment of Ties at 50 cents.
Shirts 0 cents to $2.50.
Hats up to $5.00; Under-
wear 50 cents a garment
CALL IN TODAY.
Spedits. inMen's We.
'2054207 S. PaW x.
AD frst-clasa, rubber-tired vehicles
aud gentle horses. Phone 814.
By virtue of a decree rendered b;
BeH Francs B. Carter, judge of thb
Circuit Court of Esmcambia county
Florida, on the 19th day of September
A. D., 190E, in the case of J. O. Jen
igsagainst WillieWilliams and Min
ie WiliHams, his wife, I will, on Mon
day ,the fourth day of December, A
D., 1905, sell at public outcry for cast
to the highest bidder before the coun
ty court house door in the city o
Peasaoola. Florida. during the legal
hours of sale, the following described
property, or a suffciency thereof t(
satisfy said decree, situate, lying an
being in the county of BEcambia. static
of Florida, to-wit: The North tfif
150) feet of Lot Four (4) and the
north fifty (50) feet of the west hal:
of lot Ove (5). in Block fifty-one (51)
East King Tract. east of Tarragona
street. city ofPensaoola. Together witt
the tenements hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereunto belonging or in
anywise appertaining. Deed at cost
of purchaser. Scott M. Loftin. Mas
Notice of application for permit tc
sell liquors, wines and beer. Where
as. D. W. Nims and W. W. Nims. part
aere trading and doing business under
the firm name of D. W. Nims & Son
have fleeo wtth the Board of County
Commissioners for Escambia county
Vlorida, their application for permit tc
sell liquors, wines and beer in election
district 12 of said county ano state:
eay citizen of such election district
may show cause, if any there be. a:
the meeting of the Board to be he:d
on Tuesday. the 5th day of December
wt. why such permit should not be
granted. A M. McMillan. Clerk of th,
Board of Cornty Commissioners Es-
oambia Counmy. Florida. By L G
Aymard. Deputy Clerk.
In IBecambia County Circuit Court.
btate of Florida. In Chanccy. Dora
mWadell vs Charles Harington Wan-
dell. On Monday the 4th day of De.
g t'ber. A D.. 1905. the defendant.
Charles Harington Wandell. is requir-
d to appear to td bill filhe against
kLm berein. This order to be publish-
ed once each week for four consecutive
weeks in the Daily Journal. a newspa-
per published in said Escambia county
A. M. McMillan. Clerk Circuit Court
by L. G. Aymard. Deputy Clerk. Pen
sacola. Fla October 10. 19, 5
FEs'te of John E l.awl ss. deceased.
Crc teors. leeastes r'is r.titees and
all persons having claims or demandti
gains' this -e:Z:'P are required to
present them t -,, n, wi hin two tears
trorm r h- da:,
M!I.TON E C!.\r!KE.
Septcn'b ,. :. 1 .- A m:n;strator
TREASI'R' DEPARTMENT. OfOc,
o' the S:''-erv'; sins Ar(!,. :c: ,'.A-h
h-gton. D .< Octobr '- 19 -
m. on ith L'27- dat of t,\v. ,h.r. :!.,.
anf' then (ontlen, fI "ih- !i~ ns'~iC'ir
of a H'os;):. a tWhar" 4rc a' Sd,. :i
P.oM Quaran'ine S- aon. Pensn-ola
Florida. in accrdance with drewA:-
end specifin-a'ion (-pi.;s ,of whireC '..vx
Ie had. at the disc-et ion o: th S I. r
sing Archi'ect !'\ appl ing ;1: ih
JAMFS KNOX TAYI~lR.
etoin's Pharmacy-the Birthplace
of premp delivery. Open all night.
ATTRACT IS ATHOW TO PRH I T a SHIPIG NEWS TRAMP OF HEFIAR THE
dem't it easse a shudder to ea through your body. ad
I Arrived. eIAllyIf t he direction vte.tow
aboutt our landry wr Pruao, Ital bk, Gibelli, 1212, Ant- yr own dear home? How about the protecton of
Sthatappeal tevero werp, to order. W h A sa Boqeold goods from re? Are t 1
but it always has a pH C. W Mills, Am h Mala, 318 ured? If not, do not delay a moment, bAt call as P
Stability that mkes it cot- Havana, to J. A. Merritt & Co. I eg t po e or arop an a note throoe h the mls -
form perfectly to the yr Wt and we'll attend to them quickly. W
wearer, VBSagLL IN PORT. represent the bestg.re lasrance companies is the
CAM, I I 80- CAREFULLY DO a s < He--
CAMPFEVERWE WATCH DETLS Cmbria, Dan as Hane, Hamburg oJ Kl R A
that we are sure to please to Gu" Transit Co. Fire. si 80l W [ UiBo Pcn o0 I
hys at Relay Station Pass the Marin Hospital Service Issmt .V s inae, consi gnd tor.0.H Owi-_,__
rme Pleasantly-An En- Circular For Display at The Star Steam d Nors, 1435, Aos,
Katendrecht Dutch as, Hoctra.
joyable Evening. Post Offices. Laundry. 1364, ufport to the w. s. K ser l
37 L Garden St. Pm. 114. tHata, Br. sa, Peters, 2298, Ncrfolkhe Union Centra
The following circular has been 19 Fa.. to Master.
Special to The Journal. sued by the Public Healthand Marine pBr. s. BLabella, Palmer, from Vera
Goulding Relay Camp. Oct. 25.-Odr Hospital Service and sent broadcast Cruz, to W. S. Keyser & Co. b a owa I deat rt4lower e ratx d
predictions for frost having failed to over the country. It is being display- ---ovane, Br as, Anderson, 8 55,latesra tha any company doln ba s t
bt Rio Janert o to the W. A. Keyser CO..
prove tr:ie we have all pI: aide ec( in all postoffices and other promT Pecklington, Br ss, W.hyte, 885, Gal- h hol, b e tha for JO to decide the re
,p .a ead i,, Dodo t,hae.. TURPENTINE STILLS. Peckllngton, Br so, Whyte, 885, Gal-! 1-l14 be 444Yfor you to d -
our prophesieasa un:il tprospesI aer ex le effect: oURP iTest.on to J. A. Merritt & Co. v
more favorab e. As a good old farmer No MosquitoTes-N YellowFertFC M B. CO. Sp nU. & WSTILLS. GengoaeAiAver-
No Mosquitoe--No Yellow Fever. McMillan Bros Cot o.,, w nfmra Gt C
on being asked Lo accompany somt f Treasury Department, M school to Alfson, Trnss, WilanJitiao
his neighbors to church and join in Bureau of Sheppy Allison, Br 89, Williams,
offering prayer ,o Almighty God for Public Health ana Marine Manufacturers 1462,Te.Ne BYolrk toLaoder. 2148, Vera.
rain. viewing the elementWs and fli- Hospital Service. MOBILE, ALABAMA. Cruz to H. Baars & Co.
Note.-The measures herein men. .v S s t 18,i- it0I'-.
ing no trace of clouds, remarked. toned were recommended by the Army Vivina, Span ss Bustinza, 1988, LUIv-
Prospects are not sufficient. No u, medical board of 1900, and have been M A f e TS erpool, to Gulf Transit Co. PMWa c 1
toprayvet Indorsed by the American Publicl M A Sj ShipsI.mr
to ever we are all played to n Health Association a ebd y the First Kaiser Ger s hipM rtin 1180, I on W orks and S upply .
That we arn ,e efjytl.. oursieyhet international Sanitary Convention of Naval Stores Maket men o Master.aee
ta we a : "t.vi ourse." American R^epuhli They hav aM.t men .o Mahter. | Manufancturers and Repairers of
at the old Camp Ground. Some ot been justified by the experiences and Savannah, t(a., Oct. 25.-The naval Nor. ship Ilala. 1245, Andreusen, MACHINERY AND BOILERS
the bo.s have lound, some very at observations of the two wo-king p- stores market closed to-day aa tot from Leith, to Master. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
tractive attractions near the q'ataon t.es of the Yellow Fever Institute of, Itl. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule,TEA HIP REPAIR A SPCIALTY
just abovy the camp but we are not this Beurean in Ve'a Cruz, Mexico. WWG.........................5 40 from Rio Janerio to Rosasco Bros. Prompt attention ven to all orders, day or lt Aent
going to say an: hinz about who a' i and by the commission -of the Pasteur 5 0 Bars. for Tame McKay A Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, alse
what these a'tracLions ar(e. Will <.,:ly Institute of Paris. Frapce, operating ........................5 20 Bonheur Nor bk, Anderson, 1908, Chains of all descriptions.
leave the reader to judge by what Rio Janeio, Brazil. The measure ......... ..... 05 Fleetwoodto Southern States Lum- Ofe Phone 12. PHIL WITMAN,
follows and the ple:,sant time spcnt have been testes successfully on a ...... ber Co. ReMdence Phone 10 P. 0. Box 1
by some of the boys on last Sn d lay large scale in Har'an. Cuba, and drH... 0'.........t.. *'..........Da....., e o.Bk 12sen,
eve at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. I ir.g the yellow ever epidemle at Larb. H........................4 80 Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Oissen, !
SN. HerrGngton. Those present .om do. Texas, in 1903 G..........................4 75 Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. _9M
the camp were E. W. Lindsey, J. The infection of yellow fever is ca F...... ....................4 70 Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Quall from ,,,, -
W. Forrner. J. M. Fleming. Conductor riea by mosquitoes, and by no otherE.. .. .........................4 35 London. No. 5101.
J. B. Long and Flagman W. A. Bnd. means is the infection spread. D ............... ... 4 15 Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,! H. L. COVINGTON, Preeldent M. L. CLARK, Cashier.
Others present were Mrs Berry and Persons take the disease by being C .... .. .. ...... .. .........4 05 Gloucester to order. C.W. LAMAR. Vt-Prsent. JNO. PFEIFFER. Ast. ChIe.
daughter Dollie and Mr. P. Shon. bitten by mosquitoes that have pre- Spirits Turpentine, 67% to 67%c. Ger. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk,, from T AMArIt AN NAT INFL BA N
After a short while spent in pleas- viouslV bitten a yellow fever patient. Hamburg.
ant conversation with the family a`1 The mosquitoes to become infected r Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter-I
joined in singing some sacred songs, trust bite a yellow fever patient dur- U II Ulten, LaGuayra, K -eyser & Co., 1268F PNACOLA FLA.
Which was sweetly rendered and lead ing the first three days of his attack. The following cotton quotations are Nor. bk. East Craft i" 48, Jobnsot' OF PENSACOL FL
'by Mr. E. E. Johnson, with Jimmie These first three days, therefore, are reported for The Journal daily by C. from Dublin to Master. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Fleming tenor and Miss Inez Herring- the most important time for prevent- Gnter Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker, Losmosn Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227 Capital Stokk $200,000 Suplus, $40,000
ton and Miss I)llie Berry renderi ,g ing the access of mosquitoes to a fev- Pensacola. Fla.:
sweet strains from the organ. I he er patient. Pensacola Quotations. Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Elifren, from
feature of most interest was the dnet It is often difficult to o'ecide during Good Midlng..................10% Henverp toAlex Zelus. ry L. Cov to, S. J. Poshee.
soprano and alto, rendered by Mr/. the first three days whether a'patient !Strict Middling. ............... 10% Smeroe Norbk J. .Pelf. M Aery,
Berry and Mr Johnston. has yellow fever; hence the necessity ,. iddling ........................10% ground to A. Zelius. B Dee W. H. Milton, Jr
Following and in concluA.on, ne in threatened communities of placing Etrict Low Middling............ 10% Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840, ryan Du, 0. E Mara,
old familiar and appropriate rnng a mosquito bar lmediatelv around Stains and Tinges, % to 1 cent lower Rotterdam. reank 'Teilly, W. L Cawthoa
"God Be With You 'Till We* Meet every patient who has fever of any Wildwood, Nor. bk., Nilson, 1476, W. 8. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
Again." was sung by everyone p-s- kind, and for three days at least. New York Quotations. Troon to A. Zelius. T. F. McGourin, Dr W. J. Hannrl
ent. after which all extended to the Facts About Screening. New York. Cot. 25.--The following Barkentines. Br aIr, Alw xMcKentg,
y amiable family their appreciation ,f 1. The netting used should have;arc the ruling cotton quotations to Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen, .. Saunders, C. M. Covin
e the courtesies shown them. Tle v in meshes fine enough to prevent the pas- a.v: Ceara, Brazil.
, response gave us all a cordial invita- sage of mosquitoes (at least 18-201 Open. Close. Shooners. Accounts of Banks, Indlviduals, Corporations and Firms Soilets
r, tion to come again soon. We ar8 all neshes to the inch.) January ..................5.44 5.71 Doris, Am sch, Wilkle, 310 Havana Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Depoeits.
. proud. indeed to mingle with hose 2. It is important to screen the win- March .....................63 5.1;"' Elma, Br seh, Henebery, i99 Ha
n- good people, and regret very much dows and uoors of the house. It is Lecember ..............,.. 34 62 vna.
I- that we are to soon break camp ai.d doubly important to screen the beds ---- Hjalmar, Am sch, Axe'son, 55, Key
. leave them. ci fever patients. Liverpool Quetations. Wet to Gulf Transit Co. WM. H. KNOWLZS, President. W. K. HYUR, JR., V.-Pres. and Cashie
h That box of Father Ash's was 3. Mosquitoes can bite through mos Liverpool Oct. 25.-The following Geo. May Davis, Alivere. 554. THOS. W. BRiNT. Asst. Casier. W. N. ROBERTS, A]t. Cashir.
-. packed and crammed full of hice quito nets when any part of the pat- are the ruling cotton,, quotations to-
f pound cakes, chocolate cakes, fruit ent's body is in contact wi'h the net- daOy: How to Cure Corns and Bunions.
l, and all kind of good things that can ting. .. Open. Close.First, soak 'the corn or bunion n
d only he prepared by such good dies 4. Frequent examinations should be Oct.-Nov ................10.66 10.64 warm water to soften it; then pare it
o as Mrs. Ash. We are very grateful to rMade to see that there are no torn down as closely as possible without
d these good people for so many good Ilaces in the netting or thst no mos- A Judicious Inquiry. drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's
things. Engineer Holston is just in quitoes have found a lodgment in- A well known traveling man who vie" Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing vigor
I receipt of a box crammed full of choc- side. Its the drug tra4a sa ;s he has often ously for five minutes at each appli-
e late cakes. pies. fruits and a1l s'h 5. The netting should' be well tuck- heard druggists inquire of customers cation. A corn plaster should be worn d P=
f good things,. which was sent him by e,l in to keep mosquitoes from enter- who askea' for a cough medicine, a few days to protect it from the
, Mrs. Holston of Selma With be.t ing. whether it was wanted for a child or shoe. As a general liniment for r crTO Rs. F. V rent. W A Blout.t Win H V lowlc1
a wishes and ie respects to these good 6. If mosquitoes are found within for an adult, and if for a child they sprains bruises, lameness and rheu-' D L C. nt W. oun
h ladies wt, will close hoping hat theo the netting they should be killed in- almostt invariably recommended Cham- amitsm. Pain Balm is unequaled. For W. K Hyer D Be
remainder of our stay here may 1,e as side and not merely driven cr shaken bhrlain's Cough Remedy. The reason sale by all o'ruggists.
n pleasantly spent amone the co"r:o- out. for this is that they know there is no, Fr n h
t ous people of Brent and Goulding as 7. All cases of fever should be danger from it and that it always CARPENTERS. o r g F aad SoM.
s. the past. promptly reported to the local health cures. There is not the least danger A special meeting of Union No. 74.
. THE MERRY BOYS AT GOUI.ING. officer. Awaiting his arrival they in giving it, ana' for cofghs. colds and C. & .J. of A.. Friday evening, at T7.oO
should be covered with mosquito bar. croup it is unsurpassed. For sal? by m FulWe draw our ow Bills of Ex- Venetdisbursd upon the meet
A CARD. Facts Bearing on Mosquito Destruction all druggists. p. m. Fu l en BCK change on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their ll
This is to certify tha. all druggl.ts 1. Mosquitoe. live in the vicinity 2ts President. Germany, Prance Austra, gations taken payaple at Port of
ar a;utho:-iztd t. refund your monea i. which they" breed. They uo ot of Holland, Spa, elgium,rk d DeRutinataon Tn Day After V.
r if Fole.'s H, tet and Tar fails to ten fly a long distance, you will destroy the mosquitoes. Attention, I. O. O. F. other European ountre el Arrives there
cure your cough or cold. It stops tt^ 2. Mosquitoes breed only in water 7. Empty the water from all tubs. Members of Pensacola Loage, No. other Euopn contr
Scough, heals the lungs and prevent -usually in artificial collections of buckets, cans, flower pots. vases, once 4 are requested to meet nt their hall .
serious results from a (old. Cures la fresh water. every forty-eight hours. at 2-30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, Connection with which We
ogrippe couzh and pre-.,n- pneumonia 3. The yoing mosquito, or wriggled'. 8. Fill or drain all ponds. dfRheseR
nand consumption. Cn pan usoo oI lves in water at least seven to twelve unfilled postpoles, and the like. tboottd the ft eral ofelemers la have a Private Department for the use of Renterso
ates. The genune is. i- a yellow pack- 4. Although the wrigglers live in 9. Change regularly every o'ay all Jopth Lodge No. 6 and all visiting
age Refuse subs'itute- W. A. D'Al- after they must come frequently to water needed in chicken coops, ken. brethren ar invited to be present. ing
emberte. Drigg.st and ,pothecarv. -the surface to breathe, Des. etc. T. G. STINSON, Of --- --
b -rg st_ 5 Coal oil on the surface of the 10. Treat with coal oil all standing B. R. W1TSKOVSKI N G. IWt- f 4 per CP9 pg? s inAM.
VESSELS UNDER CHARTER water prevents the wrigglers from, water which cannot be screened or Secretary -- "--, --
TO GULF TRANSIT CO. breathing. drained (1 ounce of oil will cover 15 L. HILTONsGUsI. SPasea. T.B. WUI aVws-Isss-suDe.
6. Destroy the breeding places and square feet of surface). The oil does BUY COAL NOW. R. M.EUsnfli,.VA5EISL. XAN5113LoDoXNo,0As-.ocAems
ch o flloin .e innot effect the waterb fr use if the wa- pr "0 c C citizens N atIonal B ank,
and will take 4arg(,- here, 11. Where oil is applico' to standing fit of low prices. Consumers Ice & of Neasola, Vlortld.
For Li\ erpon-Gra iat dit Noven- ater it must be distributed evenly' Chase and Phone Z1weoterse
her : E (0 Sallmar.ri. due |en of over the surface. 25 .Wss
Novenmbr. 12. Put fine wire netting over c's- 29 g025oct>t.. gM g L. eltea.Y" Gras .
SFor An'wrp-Hata-,. in port. terns, wells, and tanks of water in Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace A .itN BL SANKING BUSINEM TRANSACTED'
SFor Ha re-No.s.fi.'.. di, Oc (',r |everyday use. Ho Pam yt Brhlc prompt delL ve ry. OpS n R ABight rl
3 Places... in wshich it is .. i.; fpo p eiey p n al ih.-. .'..
2S: lo:anhIi, or subs ,'ute.1 due No,, ........ .... in .. ... u-,- Phone 1100. lift -------------------- --- -----
S I&). *r iu .. UAIUCr- Phone 1100.
I veintr 1 __ able to put oil. such as watering J. s. REEAS, Preidet. W. MENrB CaiVW.
Fr Mac,'" r--Sa'rn;na, in rt troughs for stock, lily ponds, and so
Fr r MManctets r- Sidndna. in i pr-t h. can be kept free from wrigglers A SILVER BRIDGE. L CARY, VIce-Preddent
Fer 2s : lo,> s,.-t. t, (urt O We have the Hats, by putting in goldfish or minnows. a THCE PEObPLES BANK Of PENSACOLA
lvr ,s ,n. ,,4. ,,r ,:: .,. Clean away all weeds, grass and *oUuit CWtegony That Gee- Witn L CJ.W I
,No e,. 'ier the Heads are Yours. bushes about ditches, ponds, ana' otherW RBou.atam Weddls. Dirctor. A J. s J. D W. DeC. Keer, R M. Cary,
Fr Run irn s; irnina. in port. possible breeding places, since these At Roumanian weddings it is the cns- W. A. D'Alemfs. A. JnlPnig.
or a i po: N afford a hiding place for the mosqu-; tom at the wedding feast for the TRANSACTS A O laEAL BANkING BUSINESS.
ionot,:NovembrYOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPVCTV SOCT .
1,h toes. gIroom to receive his bride over a ........... II.. REPCT OUCitD..
For Gna-Carina, de Noven. It will be to Our Mtual 1i. Clean up vacant lots and back brdlge of silver. - -- -
r 20. v t Yards of all cans, tins, bottles, and rub- Coins are placed in a double row
For nice--Carointerest t pw thm bsh.
Fobr VpnioE- Ciarrlina ul,-r .. tovene- 16. First do away with, or treat, all s acros the table, and over this the
ber 20. Knii. due Noven r together. aces where mosqitoes are known bride daintily steps to her husband's
For Tr.,e--t'a;!,iua. due Nove'r- to breed, and then begin to work on waiting a-rms. Whleri *nd besit Deln is
bI r 20: Em lia. due Novemnter 27 i places where they might breed. The ceremony of laying the bridge I Steam, DWi. Anthracit A
F-,>r _Sp>z.ia--Enilia. ,u' Nov, ni 17 Inspect ano' treat with coal oil. one of the interesting events of the C
Yo"'l hear men say and we gutters, culverts, ditches. m holes wedding feast following the relio
e alieve it's trui that this store catching basins, ets., along th road- ceremony. When the guests are Offe-No I u h Pilaffta stret. Telephone .
Some Seasonable Advice. dces tie Hat business of Pen- Iside. Manhole covers should be brought to a proper spirit of festivity ar a
It may ape : ad sala: be it so or not, we're screened. by the good cheer at the board a space
Sce Ta ur people a' < season ot certain of one thing- 18. Houses should be cleared of at the head of the table is cleared and
Sn ar :.mto l in a .upp y of C ha'mbr- mosquitoes by burning 1 pound of in- from a g ae drawn silver colas pro-M
,e 'o0 be ne-itd beore winter is 1 t powder or 2 pouna, of sulphur to cared for the purpose, the proper pro- YE NR
.,or and n::; h more prmpt! anti sa' Storf we knOW Of 1.000 cubic feet of space. The mos- vision being the production of coins '
i-taceory r,<-.:l< ar oibained wh n quitoes will fall to the floor and should fresh from the mint.
akn a s1on a a cl.. is c.n'ract' We're r"ad to satfv every be collected and burned. These are laid in a double row across FOR COAL
a.it ltf,;, i ia-' b. oo:t- s,-tled in th- demand for the New Fall Sties. 19. Success in mosquito destruction the table, and when all is ready the JK A A
sTem wc. can only ;e done in Stiff Hats in the new blocks depends upon the co-operation of the father of the groom makes a speech to
S.,'pin the reimel a h-i This fr7m $1.1 t $0. Soft Hats members of the entire community. his son, admonishing him to see that or woo, and disappointed with its failure to be Im
ie knwn and in all the new shapes and 20O. while the infection of yellow his bride's way through life is always p I ptl,
e:her j goed ihae no, ,tm -oe'e hs:- shades frm 50c to $3.50. fever is carried by a single species of paved with sil-er.
xiut buviTjz it inpnlee shades ftm to A. proper response I made,
::.e a:out b:in: if sn p'rilerence ro i-mosquito (the Stegomyla). to insur proper resnse is ma
ay o.h-r ,? aits destruction it is necessary to desa-o r I You U e a GasR for
l.isls. troy all mosquitoes. mounting a chair, the elder man swings
OAttention. Teahe-. a u i aN In places liable to yellow fever both the balde lightly to the table. Carefully t
Attention. Teachers. c f inralviduals and communities have an avoidldg the displacing of a cola (for u e iats outw an the worry of drt l au a
I less wt, have laitr ipns 'ructions *e ,ANS N effective method of protecting them- that w"uld mean bad luck) the g the e nd mother an a
school wi" open in Pmen.ao.a Novent- selves, as indicated above. Use the makes her way across the short silver
CLOTHIER mosquito bar at once over all cases of pathway and leaps into the arms of her
N B. COOK Phone 297 fever until the danger from yellow upomeus n e
'Hootonfs Pha y-ver has passed. Destroy all mos At wedding feasts where ou27te E t.tat.
Hooton's Pharmacy-the MBirthpl, Co. M in and Palafox Sts. quitoes. esid the d igb e ult pem bwl-m 27 E t lt P 2L
of prompt delivery. Open all night WALTER WYMAN, d tl taIle. .... .
Phone 1100-. S eon_ ---------------
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