The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
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System ID: UF00075911:00756
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Special to The Journal. a period of about 5 minutes, the con-
Marianna. Oct. 27.-Tom Spires, demned mans legs and arms were
the negro convicted of assaulting a tied the noose adjusted and the black
white woman near Grand Ridge last cap put on his head.
spring and who was tried at a special At exactly 11:46 a. m., the trap was
term of the Circuit Court, was hang- sprung and at 12 m., the doctors pro-
ed here :oday. Sheriff L,'wis and nounced him dead. The body was
his deputies deserve much credit for then cut down and prepared for
the manner in which the execution' burial.
was conducted. About 3,000 people were present to
After making a statement covering witness the hanging.


31AY l AT iRevolufionists and Terrorists Bent on

NForcing the Conflict--Government
Will Show No Mercy.

AmRUmm t s PofFuis t Con- By Associated Pres. a conflict upon as and tag we mw a m of Tr
.- Petersburg, Oct. 27.-That the do will Matfsty them. The at40* rm n f
tSoNoM ID 116 present situation cannot end without of suffrage and the risht of aimnrbly in I of t i
bloodshed is the conviction prevailing will be nothing to them; Mtiy t t .
W inl -f & in higher government circles which, termined to have b&odshbea sad we rBMNISf
from moment to moment, are expect- cannot avoid the issue. It ts a frightM
ling a conflict between troops and revo. ful disease with which Russia Is suf-
EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE lutioniets In St. Petersburg and news fearing and painful a It In te goverbf A I m RO M -
EVER ERPof trouble in the provinces, especially ment must act with force." Mu IU Pr I I L L I
TO PREVENT EVEN SPORADIC at Kaharkoff, which has been declared ---,
in a state of war. One prominent mem- Agitators to f Shet.
OUTBREAK NEXT YEAR-TWO ber of the emperor's council received Warsaw, Oct. 27.-The Governor
NEW CASE. AND FOUR DEATHS a representative of the Associated General. has ordered the troopa to j, ,. | CQjft. M m .
NEW CASES AND FOUR DEATHS Press today and, with every evidence shoot every agitator caught .ar Imew. S fil M l
REPORTED. of deep emotion said': -- i lei t i
"The situation is a grievous and Will Show No MOr. Me WM. Uto IS
painful one and I see no way out but Iodz, Oct. 27.-The Govevmuent haa
M m by the employment of an armed force. ordered officees In every ditturbance
SPlease do not misunderstand me. I to act without mercy. TWO DEATHS OCCURROD DURING

:t- ::ri Na-u Y ~look upon the prospect with tears, but
ALL TRANSFERRED W1 BO FH BIG RECEPTION TO iNot srn more dredeni ttrikeri sgrownnA. TH andDAYore evidentOT
SB New Orleans 27-Fol- the troops will be compelled to Riga, Rssia, Oct. .-Strikers hr THE VICTIMS B
OL amllIImilII /111 I eItFT ll I lowing is the offtctl yellow fire. I cannot see any other possible have plundered a guohop and Mlsed.
SIII LU LI I LN IODUNI fever report to 6 p. m: outcome. The revolutionists and ter- a number of rises ea res at F. CARTLEDGE
S 1h di lf a d "- rn.r. ,u New cases 2; total to date l rorists are absolutely bent on forcing a quantity of -mm O E..tU GATI
lp ToUM Luu -Fu ORE 3,383.O%
.* Deaths 4; total to dat 441. .
S Cmaser, rnunrnN 0By Associated Preo., m New focf t' Ar 44 WH F n iLm CONTINUS GOOD
/IUIIIIUII XLisboA, Oct. 27.-President Inoubet Cases under treatment 35. WWllLOt.4L I 11 s
arrived from Spain today and met with ases discharged 0W5. Ii i
S PORT OW OF PRESIDENT'S VES.- IJND an enthusiastic reception. King a rUIUnIU U "POISON IING|I
Charles and the princess met ILoubet .* Followim is the
.L DAMAGED AND SEVERAL il at the station and an imposing military m*lary of tle yellow
MOLES MADE IN HULL BELOW mlll cortege traversed the city, escorting New Orleans, Cct. 27.-The an- tion to last alg
the president to Adjuda place. monncement by the president in his SEVENBEN GIRLS TAKEN MYS- New cases..
WATER" UNE-GOVERNOR AND address at the banquet yesterday is TRIOUSY ILL AND THREE UU I IITotal to dte
matM -M .. .. .T" Rt thie mfinul an ifflpr1e.o he JOI ^ ~ AD. IC^ construed to mean that Dr. White is Deth yesterday .
MAVOR O CONRATULA- Dt the ArrVl of an ffcer U IDe- PASSENGER W RECK .be retanede here re i some DIE WITHIN THREE HOURS Total to date
S ON NARROW ESCAPE OF PlanS Of hope that he wt have a permanent Il di cr- e
PI DiN. UN OUUlI IERN IY. aignmett .n Near Orieo -c -... /U U g I _
ON SOUTHERN Now that th fever practically By6 Assoclated Press
s tterad t ted lfeverlp e tia Burlington, Vt., Oct. 27.-Seventee.
B eradicated all toel i have taken girls, ranging from two to six years w
Sscit -- l Associa ted p partn in the ht the e- old, were 'taken suddenly il at t.om ed l
Mw Orteans Oct 27 -Throug i 2. Hutchinson. a negro, w-.ixington ., Oct. 27-A passen- cesity that bo te. f It be laft Joseph Orphan Asylum here last night A I XI I t W ,t the
-----a Ot. 1Th been in and around Pensaeola for ger train on the Southern Raiload untaken t prevt poradic and three died within three hourm. An a. d M- t-. On l
t signals at eleven o'clock several yers, engaged the ent g b eint engaged in theet through a bridge at Tryon. neir en ad a topsy today.revealed the fact of potl- Ath me 3 t e day,'.
M a e tfrit steamer Iparta, business of securing men for vessels. with physicians agone to the it is thought tt D e ning but the cause wa not made AL t tre awe. Tr
he e ghthonwe toter would have been ontLae high seas a t scene. It is reported that the sgla. e, o" bea II?
fortheunexpectedarrivalonboardthe went through the- hof hddlm.atlmisthe. PsiTtR4IOW 3 ..ArP_.._t ....L
eMseve lad party t the cruise esse o b ob tchinson master Th p nd to New Orleans em APPE .tie 4
S or West Virginia. is now in jail. Engineer Phillips, are said to have for all time against the fever. weather tN..betme eLmweeTs
I... e ted arivl ba been killed. Little interest was. manifested to- DENIED BY COURT morrow. ar h predated The new cases repo
The port bow of the Magnolia was Some time since. the nero who day In the fever situation, ptbl!c for today, with a contuane of the re follows:
damaged and two or three oles madeserved a term of eighteen months i GOMEZ DENIES REPORT OF attention being concentrated on de- low temperature now being felt Sun-e rey 429
a federal prison, for violating the ship-' ree-
Sthe bull below the waterline. Noin laws was arres the INTENDED REVOLUTION tails of the accident to the president By Associated Press. day it is anticipated will also be a Green Williams, 13
,P ing laws, was arrested tor the lar..
e NaWe hurt. The Magnolia was im- of th l oth oas a t.or He .Pi --- on the way down the river. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 27.-The court cool day. street.
Sas im- of the clothing of a sailor. He: By Associated Press. of appeals today denied the motion As the ool weather ,. beI,,, Mack Flowers 91
Inediately beached and after a careful gave bond. after being *tried and held New York. Oct. 27.-Former Gover- JEROME NOMINATED f for re-argument of the appeal of Al- streett
.*,atiotk, it being evident there; to the criminal court for trial. nor Jos. Miguel Gomez. of Santa Clara BY THE REPUBLICANS. bert T. Patrick from conviction of perienced earlier this eeon than In Alouso ,Flowers, 91
w as dnrIs I after he was again arrested, this Province, Cuba. said today that the re- murder in the first degree and sen- a number of years, it Is the hope of street.
as o danger the President went to cent report that he was in this coun- By Associated Press. tenced to death for killing W. M. Rice, i Pensacolians that there will be a Mattle Blossom, 21
S time upon the charge of mortgaging try to buy arms for a Cuban revolution New York,Oct. 27.-William Trav- an aged millionaire of New York City early frost. street.
Property subject to a written lien. He was "Utter nonsense." He said' he ers Jerome has been unanimously in 1900. Former U. S. Senator David The Weather Summary John Mitchell, cor.
A telephone message was sent to. had unp s:oo-, his preliminary trial came here only for a much needed nominated for district attorney by B. Hill represented Patrick. His only Weather Observer Reed yesterday Baylen streets.
lead off the revenue cutter Ivev at upon this charge, but gave bond. rest. the republican county convention, hope now is executive clemency. said in his weather summary: Julia Jackson, col.,
When a Dutch steamer was prepar- "A high pressure has oed rap- W. Wright street.
-liot Town. which was convoyig th" ing to proceed to sea, Hutchinson idly southeastward increaing in J. D. Kingnary, St.
Magnolia. and she return, to thc Mag- signed papers and decided to ship on "I-', e strength and covering the n orthwegt- pitaL
nolia. The President. Secretary l.,, board the vessel for Hambur. leaving PL EnVGRIEC.r l A rt ern section of the country; I th. Robert Johnson, 81
IMs bondsm:nen in both cases to pay o F4t Ck _.,,..-""". in Ct eastern front has reached northwest- street
and Surgeon General Rixey, with their the forfeited bonds. LIF t 1T baggage, were transferred to the Ive3 In this. howecr he madi e a mistake. L NS I A temperature have occurred from Ida- Eugene F Cartledge
. ~He was raced, ard Constable 1Boe ,0 1 0 CO- 0 I I I ho to the upper Lake Region, with terd! of ellow feve
and the start made for the cruiser ,nt out in a launch just before the FA. IL C 0. r f I a temperature of 16 degrees la Ye;- onl- short time
est Virginia. which was reached vessel sailed and place, him under LhP I lowstone Park 14 degree a North yed t Lou
arrest.L LFF- Doa and 20 degrees in the eate h
wad the presidential: party boarded her ,- C J ( URA13A L Porton outh Dakota. The tem-
CE oiedepe of Frank Cale.
at nine forty a EEDS OF THE COi s.'If f(' r, j II L ] 11 I rttr has f aso ove of .
By wireless telegraph Mayor Beher- iCstO T-s .I ... e r l H
By Airele-,, to M- -s statess, and risen frqr the central re'si He epred
vtan and Governor BianM-nard sent con- WAR DEPARTMENT J rs < ORPMAStb frIa 1 { ( I ) s,.ilppi v aley to New oiagla. The young man was wY
? r1 Vr f oeao NOBBED I |The dep
ratulations on the narrow escape o | IoAHYWT | i I I I I nesota now appears was over y felo orkmen in th
Ahe president re[disturbance over the the upper la4|s. Took R" l
By Assoiated fress The storm
FR ST TO Go BEYOND hi n O ,: O7T. 2T- -Secret ar 1 1 Carolina oast has mored into the Harry Olsen, the ot
T TO IONTa AhaIS rans.is d to hima Ltsr of appro- In extreme southern Uorid. Cloud, terday morning. He h
ER LiaT I are ir i r the war odepart- ness prevails east of the Mississippi e'ral weeks, but w
dy Aeociated Press. nin tor tho fist y ear of 1 907. These, and throughout the central Wer recovering when he t
esiy o ainiaes agrgat e n-arly $105 ,0000 very light rain at scattered points and for the past few
Washington. OcT 2--So far ar off- bing ovr $9.00.00 le s than the to- "The southeastwa-d advance of! in a very critical condo
Wta shincord' son. Ocr's2 n Ro far~o f- i cig o $~ i .0i s thane the to-gres ihighi pressure the influence of whica ceased was a bayman
NQi roors show ,rncsidont Rooseel. ta! HppT%1,.anon. made by congress
f,r use o! he war department for the will be felt in nearly all sections of though of late ho ha
m leaving the south on the West V'ir current fiscal etr ending June 30 \ $ the country, make the eue editions fa- or a llvelihoo. He
1.is the first chief executive which 1a^ svoratble for continued fair and coo! and six small chllron.
is the first chief ee ivwhiwerther in this vicinity tonight and Quarantine Re
this country has had to o be yond its PARTY Saturday with light north to north The quarantine rest
territorial limit, TT ea-st winds State of Florida against
Cp*. .I.7,I U~ ,B\Escambia counties, Ala
The attention of som, lea' author LEAVE FOR PANAMA S ORDER OF 04tT D TdR removed by Dr. P
ties here has been called to the facs L AVR sons from these ooun
and they are unanimously of the op:n-1 FOR JAP eMPEROR Pe ate of e
Ion that in going beyond the thre By Associated Press. / veloped some weeks si
mile limit the Presi',ent has in no Washinzr.n Oct. 27.-Secrety cH none have since develop
S nse vacated his office even temrpor- Ta par:nd started on the PanVAaS i [ By As ilted -roMh tte.
al Th e oi:nn ou tr:thha. tleaing heri a six thirty er otaToklo Oct. h7.-iThe asonacement The state health off
They point out that there is a orNorfolk.The secretary that King ward had cared Prce stated, however, that
aly north in he constitution p- ii transfer t :the cruiser Columbia Arthur of Conought to proceed to moved the quaran
hibiting the President from leaving Old oint tomorrow morning. Tokio early in 1906 on a special mi- Lolsiana and Mississ!p
anthc Presid en from l ea tn OdN P tt r r m ( rn suin to bestow the Order of the Garter other hand would main
American territory ani in the present. ARRESTED FOR RIFLING R on the Emperor of Japan has caused until he deemed it safe
bin on a aona p theROOMS AT THE SOUTHERNthegreatest sensation among all cla 'te from these states
case. being on a Na:ionai ship. the' ROOMSATTHE-SON es here.I
Ses ere. Ida. There seems to ha
sck of which is a- much a part of laac Wi'herslp,,n. colored, a boy William J. Bryan will vislt mKa misunderstanding 1l th
aAerican t t. as the district o about ei'hieen years of age. was ar-. shima, the birthplace of Admiral Togo belan the impre ton
r' reed ycs r:.ay by Chief Schad and .anu Field Marshal Oyama. ate has been lifted.
Columbia, he has not legally departed Captain Fo.-lebilia upon the charge gaence a number of
Cmn the country. of eig .aneem it and suspicious. MISS ROOSEVELT wh e t id
Wihe:'spon was a former employee 0 to enter lPBtM d.
Of course during the few days that of the Southern Hotel. but has not Cei-ti-- I.
?resident Roosevelt is on the high worked there for a number of months. olCofdIta cottaue t
-e" beini wSthas the jurisdiction of h is alleged that he entered several "1 -- c a the state
he United atteM to question of his and valuables i o a consdMerab:e 1 *,- t d 2 taseles
Liability to act would be raised by any amount. The matter was reported to u By AeciatTd Pre. o Mwed a redtio
ecial the police as soon as discovered, and Washingtoa, Oct. S A.--AB ilted i of fumat plen
The prent ca is oel in i rest. An ber of he hTs enar THE SAFE BLOWER'S SON AND THE- HOLD-UP-4A'S BOY (TO THE HIGH LIF INSURANCE OF- Roos velt arrived her N S, a tt te cty s
tary of the executive of the United ces were found in tlc room of Lh&ePCIAL'8 CHILD)-GET AWAY FORM US. OUR G(OVRNOR8 WON'T LET US ASSOCIATE WID A PFWl long Jornea to the OsiL -iU 4meOugLn a the
** B Inegr LiR WHAT' HAS SUCH A BAD REPUTATION A YOTOB8 -Roosevelt returned i rn -Smbtb Su-g radl y MMs .


official saum-
fever itua- 0
. .. .. .
. .. .. 7s *
.... 374
neat .. 78I

fever repoMrt.
Ut night, show-
number of new
ly nae develop
several of wic.
ULan". e two
*e were two,
wero ezPaeta
em very low lr

irted last night
W. Jackson
1 Wright
-, I DeSotc
3 E. DeSoti
9 E. Strong
Zarragossa and
in rear of 12
Anthony's hoi.
2 E. Wright
1g Man.
wi.o died yes.
r, had been ill
He was em-
ille and Nash-
ed at the rest.
He was only
and came here
re his parents
t 5:30 o'clock.
ell liked,by his
te shops, who
her yellow fe-
4 o'clock yes-
ad been ill for
vas q4parently
,o)k a relapse.
days hax, ber-
ition. The dIe-
at one tim,..
. been fishing
leav-.' a wio
ritipons of tne
t ('oneruh an-'
., ,wer y*e ltf. -
orter, an-I per-
ies cai n ri v
his was whetr
How fever i -
ncee, and dt
hoped. Dr. Por-
ift the quaran-
Ceer last nigJt
ie had not re
tine against
>pl. but on the
tain the same
* to allow par-
to enter Flor.
ive been some
lose states, it
hat the quar-
As a coso
persons who
have been in-
to improve in
health offeiala
with the pres-
ort of yeter
n and this im
auing, but the
now well cov.
foree Is mw
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T HE WEATHER: Far saturday;
ftpday fair, colder; light to
fresh north to northeast winds.


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.&e ma en mayhe pa g hra ues "auoraa m lu"A ass... o4"ee""a di a ms Main e a
cuemf t o5 e r "ane eame- abIk "^ O lastl ow mae Itm m tfe e ry e wt
esov cina Mona's time-a mo sat or memil a" emasw t&e mgo" eIf t weogs aun ,A
emni ,ropIetv. or 0B Tmae s1ea a k aweds. e I
hri Wu. Tim. ee be in Move oft Q SxM" &o =A -- m w- l-N a"f, E.NIa oe

_=.. B- ;i. pe. aW e,'s Io ... .. a bi . ..f the rsce o- stre ars was pa-Tsed
a , w.W I I g ue i evo c de1te I y y te city c l, but the ordinancemo

a m ar e aI * otre i ai o de- -iM-i'-, ". q...a, rqltrictxma. s ot h- se yt lak ., effeot.
ialbtS, oes u... sv ...e. ssu.ea we. 3 asgm k verse. S ecomeffcte, an ordan Be
av Ikhoi -, sedin.* ".a.**ns41t WC telft I GOO I d 41 .. i-.... ..... .. -_ pto

^.' (mBm9 t"an ad + _, y U Wi apprm l te mayAs rS anlo dBdd published u
4 .. prgmpelyr iISa i tt.
w e be"Open e dse ow ibMt OV-e Special ito-The jowlnal.
&&*SH00-We hoa 8**ve aso the aast Te1eraT. 5 'he JacksonvIlle Times-Union says:
so CIumof M t Thwere v8to amF DeFunlak Springs, Oct. 27.-The 1Wre than A week has elapsed sinc
s mn I. I" .West ~ Florida ir w.h& he.brei s t b ordinance requiring the separation
oIad.&Der-"t ,W%&tbmups~_ atnge. xt Wedeeay,prmiseb beabi bf the races on street cars was passed
U 6 6aev=er sy csarti-isar dep" itW U. alotl-t 1 by the city council, but the ordinance
M Soft"rcom of Wwtoathe quara 16*U*ritdctions at other has not yetL aken effect.
-_ ifIIWmw dlsiadvantages. -ah, ~- TtheMWsgTt -om iV, .... i. To become effective, an ordinance
a-esameasese wwsata est befi tto the rm. -oas a legal advertisement. While the
.... 1n i T s iveiw i -. to be the t ..l.a..wi e rt ss ari t ed h Y---.R 1 t Inor the stredinahee hao been approved by May-
SV-- l --I s Ulkindtisfar unt Wst% or Nl aMit has not btu" b securN the ne een publish-
GOOD as ame as s 2aaS ns_ k3 'u5 ed, and wIll not become efftve until
-6. I" a -. .intereat.INuahowniin t"H Ldepituments r e so the t
wlu bam ad..gg g.....ek" ittque sio ns. ze.sg ea v awy-MUMT Atdr ^wfttv. v PA of Mayor NolaneIn approving the ordi-
agm*= ft"so has With ,%=is -as4 6"s nance. He had placed himself on rec-
w n' o wfI ....."" ", I06 3 O W I. i tmju ,. U Lr e eINFi am ac$ 1 an00 .er itO. tod an u. n ete cipal cam-y
e 0-- e sunw e M to I pen e~ k* r wibt m aniSt tothtothe race separation ordinance, and declared tat
I "ets. . inaay work of a i kinds p eo d ge .. O ... wsMAAt . when such a law became elective he
S , p. .al,~ I wet..... r.,Su5, r. .u s re aes WNrWt TE'S G PHARMACY, would enforce It.

map %pat .. towpes. .t.e.. Out.SUe = Am enoens. PO The delay In publishing the .rd-"
Sg .t ohe peIe esIde n to srW te la y a Phon m e a1,ut Phon a oe 44 se has been for t 'e purposeadty

,,4IasMe he Ae ver a Mrs Heern ctveh and, shi all the Ing the Jstreet lle railroad tomp e time

GRINDT& i "--.>i nr iI th e nve on t lrs o hai ready had aWout one toured I
|i ich t i --tildo is urgeday to cdlome the alp ta a sar too pin t te s "oloredn,"y which we nbe
S- .- 3- *-P ol* dto w I.s. aeg publishedd* ot becomes effective It

- *M--- -M-- --- ad nTh Rev.tMr.ti l _d of .eV Ig e e Vor ia m tteor bo n can be enforced. e ce n .
|, --m -- -ia .M T. .. txhas been aled to serve the iFb m aqu ated with too he any byu- Mayo r o sad r Tucker; ad
e. hi M 0 -- agt s a.a teetRan churee ch at L M.aIMs r T bands e and ti-awle v though all the We wile l be ready the ordinance the
Schur b- at bee o world to each other, are nothing to the race separation ordinance oe whenver
Ise --lm s t ..c e- sixm ths andt d the ll wr Iwr Thear tooe lipfe Is withi n itgoes ntore effect," sa i Manager W.
yg4y aAl w6 boego "1MlipIlNi0h low IT.. o lle T about 0-theflo-i, tqi~t r .te ric Companyo yesterday.
vOe I ..igemt r. a apidt 3 h ersrAa.1 ande ra e* li M"I the law shoe go Ito effect to-a

Mfary I s m ate opsa o, re plmen$ oe UItIIe ...other's lpse the live and movl e a d ay said M r. Tucker, "we a te ready
-amp B ,,- r ous a a zealous Mrs. .T 1'. tubbe Is on at. n s ae e e I p ot en est sa enfarce It to the letter.",

ef ant ther" # e- vera Ws k. Oe and tMrs. y love, and, shutti out all the world, The Jac t wavlle letric Company
Stat W W h w" vr e *reg oereeStubbea lveea ol orty Its these o thg already had about one aund red

I S ATE .L Te.e s d e saometlaspewowImyIaysc manysmuhpairs assi gns painted earning the words
be s19f fe afted dirediii af. 1 l. PaTuesy to discuss the t alltn- Tbos an far too plenty. They "Whites" ain de "Colored," which wiflbe
as s 4 ~hmn m- $ 00k desIPore t5t andt question ofplth e wa m 8 u I o b e am entackeds &o oeach o f the cars, as

11 altaM t M tucane otbear toe nthb g totobe vid from theirofthe Ie wrs, as _e o
itis __h tssh b.as.ttbrete boardsat eeaTorO afternoon. They take tbaevldefln the so aration ordinance.
o M Lr "O thers.tOfficiallyAdvised.
4&0ee imma te 'CC paid:Ga. They.never c ell friends andneigh- "I have not been otficlally advised
6,I& -W if et 0 -In W -m t t-iT. R Joh

Soard e asi e ofsp e i ta etdtaater f Joa" biderIt rlp to fulfill ctrecla- byThe M ord ee Nolan" srovaide Mr. Tucker;ha signs
.. _.._ ,_e Pres.e. ,am omo es ...l. pol teI es- t smay "but I learn that it Uis. However,

, I I I'IsI- o- u i u ma t r.hei, a mt ar csdhn e bete od t mal, -,s almos t ,x, with letter not les toran a lw e
at t o wa l this notun-we are feady to enforce, theoin
& t he wasrohasdte ill hers Lin Mr WUe04D oW Just atoimy ,m t o oshis Is -tQuonof the when 4t goes into effect.

Iar-I ..a. .s m I II tr- timr.,ndy ..= w-ll as-r- r op -a mill Mr w. oad mo s ta seeothere wi obt colored sas m. okin gal o wds
veIm-- e 1tsI P Kola Ca.Iosoveer armitii oeti4 thesltre, t canr when this ordinance
L^Z.ti. ti~ Pa- ,mo Inonf Iar I sa :a lie..ing fmr Io e andmI Is aom sure many, .

aw s: o W S mers Ifuihe l wOy Them e 1y g It their hoee on thoh e inbalcI wtich are the stural kicks wl be las the followveg pry a
p ,. b, story 'bout a *aa what wht* are n. *l *1 a l earmealow vestOBs in regard to penaltiea: an
mthe looed deSret ton Tuewy Bght to weiolde 'soer laa-tst raon of tmnda ad lovesociatisaon o ngA street cars do the
thaotb isthans be s ote ond t th eem t an additi on toast condition of Inrdla city of Jackonvlle without suchter, be out p

mm a p1BYb8 ; t6t adt Ts rade tede? b fad il wettopmentb and fas na of so p odedto a nd placed and any o-
v-- ow lb.te totsWthepional pwith d h 1 ths WOrie, pr can be shatntoey cersu ant or employee o aay wch

S.. t ul each other. company, person or wo as We he o
__ 41imeos in s s d the m aftwaulsod iumof athh social life-Prvi -noa ee of the Ormpaneo e

D Onift w Mm-e. A41. tOfet: eatek o Linterests oat Jo the so.hint dr otncircula a The ordasn c tpprovides d tha t signstt
N TRAsTO ARt Am Jt--e -I otein woner why ),Uat tBre ha e been u rchared" *4t 11 Itht aalmostuexn i on the tres ars not less than two ity o to ure
t a*lp& 4tebeofapW&r, for be this& emet ea by the Waen Iatcdt glad to their eeh a few yea, at a ,on a oJaoni o the trawsporte"ion
-. w tbe.A g rl, wea- wand t will also P ut UPmill ey hve oS houtlide ascitsatetn d color each suchoallebet. Aned any the
numbs a* at aM for thepurpose oef utw It ing a a If thay d canot ITbe at a. When white person wiltally occupying as And

an a they die, tebody mises them. for they passeager any car or part of car notr,
am* aa w I ain s av nd heading for ol br el s ld os are openi as before, and so e al passengers,_ a ny coload pe n
asbook" I 6 a O t es. e Ilece H e e I Bt Iy e fem as&o ripple oip o I surface wilef lly copying as a r an
Wowsto- awm ates thyEst wm le net free aty .penea Pcapnm. tlee sao- i threw upow their ont or spde of the carso showet rt and l
-11selwa Th dya&thir omeon ho enfi %k86wh ich-t&--iItaa h lr

to Ue place to eed YvOW dthee to be r mut remember that yoew o The soothing aueef toet few 6 prwrided for elty d 0 orSrrs, = 1 CM
Dyea. Cleaned, Presrse a- aatd. is I ma ed.w.-Towuad enOaty. After aufEerifag from Itctahing PneS Tbo should glow In eve y housero be Ounshed byaur ftne"
.we ~t I .. a -the k oo. ,- not exceedinl $500 or by imrison-
3cwr am now in a postion its er A F N y m ^ or ny ItchIe*s of tkroogbot the land the light of a duct,eand shall be punished by fine
yep work mreo er* ert than ever. A J eleisps Inqiry. the *skin, l.ea t welcome for trie ds. On ev- not exceeding ninety days.
IA w rell knowu travel g man who vie Makes one feel greateful for the barth should leap te ame that Du o t e Emplety days.
SL. RE Sst the drug trade says he has often remedy. Irradtis the forms and faces of as- e ade the E of con- y
Phon am PrItor. boar druggists inquire of customers Dos" Oitmnt has0othed h Neighborhood should mean I hereby made the duty ocon-
161 11 Nothctn ^- w*r b -askeW for a cough medlelna ethg more than ai coldectIon of doctors, motormen and others engaged
whether It was wanted for a child or Hres what one Pensacola cie a and ily c rhetn the operation of street cars within $
rOn adul and if for a child they sys: fand s hly cloed hers and the limits of the city of Jacksonville
SII .ost- Ia yrecomne .d_ H, nd if for a child they e ys: hm bictby tI A mmnty should be ome- to can the attention of passengers to
be~na lou gh reemme d Chae _aresid4ug on West Cervuate ,at _e, thfn better than an aWgUton Of In- such signs end to the fact that pa
r this is that they know there sno mys: 'I s. a erer da-s0ee. i a and homes govermd by therate provson is made for white and
Sn from it and th ati a le i toru more than sv years nd e law* and mustalnin equa civil coloredpassngers an, d to request
h roffJWW~o car There is not the least ka- nothing I could get seemed to help busds W Neighborhood should le the white ahd colored passengers who ae
St giving It, for ooua. ods me. I s red both yand A of a vital relations. about to eter, or ho have entered,
n oar 0at res- croup it is unsurpse For sah by and It was Impoibl r e to A c nt shouldM be a eommuni- cars, or divisions of cars, not intended
Sii -all druUlsts. to sleep t night O R.coaunt of the t In act-IUnformed with a genial, o. for their accommodatio to ocpy
meat parlor is tribie su frt&g. When I read about cial life, in which the inluene of each only the cars or divisions of care pro
CARD OF THANKc Doan's Otatmeat I thaht -I wod iast-re, th power of each intellect, the ved for thei r accomioastio f, and
Cle-am --J i I take this method of thanking the try t. and procured a box t Sidney wealth of every individual acqultt~ to lve the u a or art of e not
nmany 1 friends who so kindly assisted Kahn's drug store, No. So th te frce oe every well directed will ro leave or his or her ofcano
me during the illness of my husbandP. Palao street It cured me Com- and the Inspiration of every.high and provide for hisctor, h oteraon or
SIJoeph Asselforb and who did every. pltey. I cannot prse t hWlgl pure character should bq felt by alL A or person operating such car shall
things possible to relieve me during enough, and have rcuuueaded it to 1e6ghborboot of homes like this would notify the police department, or a AtMs etdi
my trouble and orrow. To all of more than a score of trends during be a nelghbroo nded, and noe member thereof, as soon It i possi
....In buying our an .i them I extent my most heartfelt the past th ree mloPth end I IoW 1 oD the name.--h asOthy bie.I.- -
we ,. r onppi I thanks. ae flre no di for ew ua o tt i o'a tters In Boon Glo be. -- ..
'e insi .. on prrity- .l- MTS. JOSPH AsBrL"ttR t s hands and he h ne td me Police to Make A sts
y. no quatity, aid the BUthat it cred him promptlSy ad efee. "Any police officer of the city of
r tst cre pis i Thercsed tBUY COAL NOW. tively. I pesitatingly rwmrnqmd a "M yo feel cheap when yu foid Jacksonville c.sing any white or col-
n t Th i the last week of summer trial of a Ointmnt o et that thecount your daughter wa ored passeng r occupying a car or
itnsun o the publi iceo coal. Buy now and get benc- auffering rom aa y Itchinag ski dis., py patot r not ved for his or her' EIS *
that thorough cleanliness % of low prices. Consumers Ice & ease. I feel coamfdent that they w tomrrwa ms a mpo accommodation, as indicated by such
demanded in thing to at el Co, Chase and Tarron. Phone not be diappoatd fa tea results ob- I d my d It wa sig shall arrest any such person
and driak. t. 25ectt t end" a bre Oa lod lar proafa t to me."i- -ad take him or her frnm seh car and
Irwsaae by an W eanertaw. Wears amcse carry him or her to the po ation, "
NICE CHICKEN AND OYSTER cents. FuostMeIIr- n Ce, Bo s N as in the case of ans other person
*UMPO AND .ITALIAN COOKED Y., aole agrt Ifor the Wlted Btates a U guenty of disorderly conduct.
air Ifi l han f. 1A 1 H1mTT1 TONI4T AT WHIT'S Remenber the n~am D '--- a Mrs. I e e-I've often we dere, "Spedal cars, in addition to the reg.
RSTAURAkT. take other. what A& rattrnteid you to me. .Wat lar schedule cars may at say time be
S. -- aaiIt raiat e that a jou wasj t ru for the excluarfe eoaanIdati
O S.P.... P.hoe 99 9 .h.etue. ohfreh-eWhe Irthite. .aea'a Phar.ray of prompt delivery. Open all might. of prwnpt dely. Op 'allS siu n ever was md at rPdlb.-(Chage for spauwi ocearoi or Iael bu-
Phone lis.. Phnee 1s. I1Lness." I L aiN


The Quality Store.


P11 Stock

ess Goods





Mon Reve, (Cw)

Crepe Cloths,

Shower Proof,


full Line of Trimmings to


ve also in stock a New Line of

irts and Cloaks

Yours for Quality,

J. .& B. FORBES.

eoe*ee.seee#eeeee*esee: ISSS~~


t the Old, Put in the New

by set put new Furniture throughout the hbome ma
t the od go?
I et New PFurniture Mad
;ft Wi*II Uslnl It.
hs is aa proposition no married man sad woman ea
I peas by. Remember, anything you want at almost
,or own time for paying for it. There's high quality to
yry piece too, and our reputation stands aa a guaram.
e- bend it. Just think of It, bedroom suites as low a
2.0O, and? rockers from $1.25 up to $20. MattremIl
nm .o50 to $15.



fabx st SPhoa 148. Pnsacol, PFla


E- .mO


So 14 bleis a great 4m1 efIaartua tU M ftaw.
S ha as a pMmvA pm l btry

Sold at al drug stores or at
SWlbdMle Dtt lad GWvrWmt ira
WpZ2oM SO OWx = eS

I0 L A_ I I.R

^P gA e _

r e

a~ -- -.. PI~w~L ~ Pie

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nounce Specialel
coasdenc la the present, and a great future for Pa.w


eanture in Anaunan-
Readneess for a Large Fall and Winter *usinW-.
ered, are receiving, and continue to receive as fast
ked and shiped, the largest assortment of Pine Orener
ever been our pleasure to handle-because we feel and
pth of ensacola are capable of rising superior to any Wn
ises, sad that on the wave oa property comes the 4d
ad Wolesome Tabte Foods.


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A 'W*V PEUSACOLA AoVeWM, *AtM. yAV'o*WWii OCTOvsE si, its



Thes ast aof o cs for the
tAm ort Lw d. .ell w As f L WATER djm s IO, Swm Bost 25
S ead st le.s ROe SM ppo .o o i "r s es t ls h h lo, drsr ot
"M o n a U o e as o ns a s < B C "8 o k_ a P ut
Co s aw ooiam WellItr 64' d6400" Poaw
f yet In. =tt w l wise v t CorcFI ayp Dary r
0 ^ w at iB Bou t tthoug tla.^ rs s11 by Pl t l waW OW fr o w sot' h s l dTieaU-n .
le W ft n sd Do that 7- l ry for a whla e dA T.he Uited Statss dredgeboat St
se aItI cot Ir s .myaar .t f atpasnt Joan, whin, wh met with an accident a
oll tliy forhm-tshaped Another deast occurred at St. An- dii km, Udy tUble ar lin few days ago, while at work at I
kirt h en l Jst below tbony' hospital last night. The d-ers the y worst e n. Wards bank cut, between Mayport
te knee, velvet PROTB < death Is supposed to have occurred od in A, 25 or$ss-cent i m bos. "-im the bar. wili.resume her' work at
L r. about midnight, but this t problemat- Don't f a to md tor irutratd book- 'that point Friday morning, the neces-
SIc Who the party. wap s r ais aome- let about Vreach ULck pB-Ib-w-h scary repairs having been made, say
VA.rlml--FI- e ctb what in doubt, though it a stated by I Plto w5iW 0 t tfom--which fw-. the Jacksonville Times-Union. i
I two tae Wad e-i the undertaker a he left this. morn- FvCIN K 0m HT .o. i The St. John is now moored at the
cly dark effects i ; l g at 2 o'clock for the body that it T r rrJr .-bLjIt. saa t.L'LIngle coal docks taking on bunker
specially woren ker ey . as a fisherma u. coal. This work will be in bhed to-
Ikp-mm thlbets y~a bser- I Ne or two persons or patients at m day. Just who will be in command

.---- -Theorpital w ould give ot no inftr- i rlnI ii Sce t s t re nation of Ca ptin
wooses te ; a"l athe hospital were in a c-ritical aoudi ENT L TA ID 18 IM a ra

; matwon, either as to name, or wheth gener U Avery some- months ago Captain 0.
Sostion str sece as malnta4neb, and I AR. John -but as Cap in Be's dredge
when Journal reporter calle up hee hl ert... iie fl.v r. rI lrida, will leave in a few days for
S" cufrred, he was toRP by the person bmn- a, clo andgooo mlteria m d of h er.
C. C. C..i, SMS AvMpsr g swering the phone that she had no au. embodied in It Electrlc Light Plant.
fa ltion, either as to name, or nether' NoRTOt.27--OftetAvhry. ormna go, Cav a 0

T T iO L Opn ,t a ea ba. fpiA. G- re enhut &, Cto mad improvements have been
ot-- What the mOe s In ".. k P r t N.Bl made Othe John since ohe arrv.
Hit toe"saa lwhen a Journal r** Porter called up th A teue es fv a o cotorida, will lerae in a few days fore

Sdeathe t*ote ..air t e p i nrg -oer oloo; aITRIBUTO'R, mal in Jackbsov ille e Notgbe amongm-
Peaths ha ccust ee si nnter son ac i 1hmieaa embodied In it.eesc.he is t or o o an er
C I % Jtectur'r d, buti it is an assured that se act tdat PENs ACOLA. FLORI. ti u.i thelecntc Lght plant o elect
It-r newspaper which gve intoerma- o f the st o F-OR cto the t mlt. ieplJ b e i ntriv ael
-----Wh thou to tne publi capubotlic secure a Iy M...h- any improvements hav e been
h b IM i e L rei ast the condition Of pteunet or Ca b AD T R Tu nr sy hepet lsrea t Joon n e r a i
deathss that occur thea re cannL t ber. l th h e eYu r W elat o at oe a, n
w where the orders to supp tress i h igm wor. She wl ati f an evleaw-
y I th news emanated romb ias n aed that I EN SAOit FLOR D A. tric ligT rchlgant, Tsimilat to the oney
> -- .. w, ,,, whih bt ne asyt unsolved -Or N DM rlA nt Foid 1,

A WT.as th. Ls t"fate ntdays. T here e nch work yet to be done w
M r- TO CURE A COLD IN ONEU AY "on Wards* bank cut at d te St Joh n |
s kl ta- te I Take AXATIVE BROMO Quinine wil be at work there for some time j
Pt we b hWhere the orders to suppress the! dredglngyw-q0L gShebwi have a.POw-
Iwhich Is as yet unsolved. OF NOMAv FLA. 'o the Fltorida.
t bteeThere is muoh norkc yet to be done t
ONs. C. &NOW TO CURE A COLD IN ONE #JAY on Wards bank cut omd the St. John
ea 4L and Mu. Pg m frho V& I oTahe LAXATIV E BROtO Quinine will be at work there for some time
Tablets. Druggists refund money if it Bpecal to The Journal, yet.
fails to cure, W. GROVE'S signa- Noma, Oct. 27.--On the tenth day Florida to Leave.
t l ture s Oa each box. 25c. of November, 1878, there was born The handsome dredge and snagboat
TLER$ Yv TOUL in the city of Albany, Ga., a boy wfo Florida, commanded by Superintend-i
r*vrO coii i ient 0. N. Bie, will leave port about
COTTON SPINNING.has since become the young man the first of November for the Indiaun
W. s rIt's up to you," s a gseeral he ib~ W h ssi whose picture is shown in tise col- river, where she will engage in deep-
f C wa ant L will help yoe to "get, KI. t n t c umn, Mr. F. M. Turner, mayor of en'ng the channel. absent
WNW It."L Try a Jonl want ad .. ... Nma la Whil ve sm bo The Florida will be absent from '
--tey a eat. Tbe father of the famous Si Robert o a. While yet a s l -. Jacksonville about eighteen months.
u .- Peel was a cotton spinner in a coM- in 1886, the family m ed to Chiey She h to work on the Indian river,
d .~e who ei m ritthe paratively small way until he sudden- and since that time the boy's inter- between Goat creek and Juniper inlet
aeM sdm.lr ahs home o W ight ly went straight ahead of all his com- ests have been identi.fl. with those The channel is to be deepened to
s s hescri l overda peti to s Te C- liet cottou pinning f th state f Flrida six feet in shoal places to correspond
S g mach eya gave serious mrubie i with the normal depth of the river.-
T. I Welles ar family, who ihrgh file o In the high school of the city of This is on the inside n age to the
b ve b sa ra t several mnths to the bobbin, thls Involving fluent Chiple young Turner spent two lower eeast coast poitle.
avo thbe ho ia sol yantihtoebointheIo stc, teqh s
t the ON boMo I ON Myt, O,' st*pap-ges to clear the machinery. The years and this is the highest educa- West Coast Work.
MWhen the dredrge W'lolrida copletes
Ad.ee. s of the operatives w.ra tionalte of w h he hs her work on theta nda eiv er she wil
S o sn b y thse delay but it was noticed that been permitted to avail himself, proceed to the West brt of Florida
Jokel w y,wh opeentlamon prca one maltworksbalwaysedrew full H m.h-n, n ,u,,in
Cela ac d a fewt yin th the worls aiwa drew ni" t where she has much work to do on;
low S r a to Pens c oi sa e l tl ty Dt-neDve -stopped. the small rivers and harbors.
Ot s lv hTbe onooker teila me yoir bobbins. The people of Ulorida should feel
il r pe e h r ar always toean." said Mr. Peel hto proud ot this dredgebVt. She wa,
pasmiag through. oione day. designed -by Col. j., W-.,,Sac0r tt -of
S"t a t"Aye, thb be," id the a who e this cityl botlt IB, JacipsviUe l by -t
Mrs. C. Lewis, of Zp2 West Oovern- bIne was Dick Feri u. Merrill-Stevens Compeay, and is
let street, and J. i. iodes, orf 9 *hoa do .you manage ICt Dk" without a doubt one of the handsom-'
West Government street, each desire Maer eat dredges in the South.
TEI Jo.al to express thanks for Why, youh -aser P d it's sonrt m The Atlantic's Work.
thm to Foremao Klumker and ii o secret, n t owd o, d e u The dredge tlantic, o wned by the
nmms r the very tisfactl o for wrk of we I am." North American dredging Company,
taI Which they P rmt a That's o," msa Peel, sling in working under contract for-the gov-
the irmises aamed. response to Dick's knowing chuckle. e mtent, still has much work to dn.
ery ram ha each of the city I"rd ie you something to know. The Atlantic commenced her work
chbol houses will be tboroug Ct-oudld you make all the looms work as o' the St. Johns river ow nJanuary 2,
a td bfar echaolm opens eat Wed-' smoothly as yours 1904. From that time to the ead
maday. A large number of citizens, "Ivery one of 'emr, master!" of September, she had dredged 1,543,-
t well as the school board, have gtven "WelL. what shall I give you for your 372.045 cubic yards of material, whien
me matter coiasterable attention, ad wchet, Dick" was dumped on the banks of the riv-
it Is generally agreed that there wil The man smiled and rubbed his chin. er. She is working at White Shell
he so damser aUtsdeat upon the open- 'FWelL Dick, what is It to b 1 cut at present and has encountered
Itg po the schools at this time. Ut to e coquina rock, which she is unable to
hg of the schools at ths Uoe. ; nme, i'll "tellthee." was the e- i handle successfully. She is equipped
- Aierma Sol Cahn is expecting to' ply. "1' me a quart of ale very ddy with a rotarsu cutter at the end of her
"loelve m a fine blooded driving as I'm in the mills and I'll tell t.eei sction pipe, whfch is apt to break
animal which he recently purchased in "11 about it." down her marhtnery in cutting
Ksauckv. It is qute evident that the "Agreed." said the master., through hard! rock.
yelow ie- has Ittltk effect on .ie 'Well then." rrtnrnced Dick. beckon- i The Jackaonville.
tnlagrm pBeasities of nits irrepres- in Mr. Peel to come cio#er and let him The Iacksonvtlle, another home-
bIle teIa. ad wnen the borse ar- biper in his ear, "chalk yonr bob- bnilt dredge, has been working In
ives as frrds expect to see some- bins." sand and rock for some time and at
gh. a That ws the etie secret Ma- Mayor F. t,. Turner, of the Litsel tile end of September slhe had dredg-
as~h. ed 574,933 cubic yards of material,
R. J. .< S Hle chinery wms soon ilnvenTt for cnlk- Tc n of Nomwi FIa.was rock.
J. 8. Ib ha been kinp i the bobbins. and lhk Ferguson At present, he is arogether en-
smmer s the adaptiblllt of Florida ,was gh- a pecrion eiual to may Vhen the Spanish-American wir courltering rock at the Trout creek
Sl it cut. The Jacksonville started her
for the growing of peanuts and dl qrt or lr. broke out, Mr. Turner with sever! i tbe r n er
il perisntfE havp tteen ve,^ sue- work in October, 1904, just one year
cp'saul. In the yard of his residence -.-. -.. _.~oung men of tha-. section entered ago. Since that time she has done
he terda dug up some pe f TO BEAUTIFY the First Florida reginmecnt and offer- some splendid dredging work and has
which are othe mlargru ever seem inchesre YOUR CbMPLEX ION ed themselves ir. their country's de- gven thorough satisfaction.
The lret one meaurd 2 inches YO R Cn.O P AfXpr hPin, mn.trPdI .... r She is equipped with a different

on& and 2 inches in circumference, ta B y M Use kind o4 suction head from the Atlan-I'
and six ofthe s ig an circ ference. I k Turned accepted a position with the tic. and can handle rok without dan-
a pound. ...NADINOLA... Hagerman Lumber Company at their der of damaging her machinery.
THE UNEQUALLED BEAU R. mills at Marianna and Cypress and New Machinery Inttalled.
THE UNEQUALLED BEAUTIFIER. m a r a C Up to a short while ago the Jack-
IAdies appreciate quality. ThEy after three years' most acceptable sprille had b working to a grea
tell their friends about the "Blue R6- Iservice resigned to become foreman! disadvantage, being equipped with all
hn Fl-or. That is wht has made' of the large Noma mill of the Ala- old machinery. From time to time
the .ie t bon lAon and nil bama-Florida Lumber Co. she has received new machinery,
S His conduct of his trust was so ef which has been installed, and at press
ent is equipped with new machinery-
BUY COAL NOW. ficient and his popularity anon his throughout, with the exception of her
throughout, with the exception of her
This is the last week of tnmmer fellow workmen and in the city be- pumping engine, which has been de-
rrites on fit o: low prices. C(.nsumerw & L, named him mayor of Noma. Much of peCted every day and as soon as it
Pl Co.. Chae and rr na.ment that the town arrives# it will be immediately in-
2. 25oct.t. the improvement that the town has stalled.
ShIexperienced :s traceable directly to With the Jacksonville's old machine
NICE CHICKEN AND O 'STER the zeal of her young executive. Tae ery during the month of August she
GUMBO AND ITALIAN COOKED community is indeed to be congratu- did the wdrk at a total cost of 10 1-2
SPAGHETTI TONIGHT AT WHITE'S lasted unon possessing such a progrea- oCts a cubic yard.
RESTAURANT. I. sve young man and in. having honor- With three powerful dredges work-
-ed herself in securing the direction on .th St. Johns river, it is an as-
Hoton's Pharmacy--the Birthplace cf his ability in her owt behalf. 4Pred fact that within another year
of prompt delivery. Open all night. TM NA U.WN LA GL What this promiseaf-or bis further Jacksonville cab boast of a twenty-
Phone 1100. (Frmrl Adertsed and Sold useful career can only be soJec&red. Ai oot cdaahid from the city to the
rmrly Adertd and Soean, adistae of twenty-five nmles.
Prab ;h : wondeNo chance in Pormula o Package. HELD TO tRIIIMNAL COURT
S hi rd o wf r, wonderful a i th The NAME only has b en changed to
C; v, oiud rn ofo rne. and mice is thedt
discover, of a Ch caeo mar, who has caoid confusion. as we cannot afford Amos Bradley, scored, who was Y
tvcnted a Past~- :;a: is readily d(- to have so valu'abie preparation con- rested some days ago upon ohagasm(
toured bv raTs. mice. cockroaches fused with any other.) breaking the quarantine liegetatioas,
rad all vermin iNACDNOLA is guaranteed, and money u:ing obscene language a' Ia aalt- .
The Stearnu. Elc'ric Rat an. will be refunded in very cas where ing a quaratine puar4, was give will rtain
Roach Pa<.. as i calle:. contains i fails to remove freckles, pimples, a preliminary hearing yesterday fter- see
Speculiar ('hemical that creates a lir-sos la r discolorations, si.l' noon before Judge Lan4rtm, a was wh
burning sensation hsn swallowed. !own-.ss. sun-tanl black-heab. disfl- held to the crimlalmw t.. bk
ad drives the rats and mice who eat atWkg teruwions, etc. The worse cases1 The nego it t to low
I outside of the hous-e in search of in 20 days. Leaves the skin lear. pass the qpard, -bt pwnm aI l bl
water. The Paste is zure death, and soft. healthy, and restores the beauty to do so.- AftArwat Ie of
gives universal s isfacrion. of youth. the guard, and a pe tis charge ; e It ive the INwvald rith. for
Sold everywhere or sent express Price, 50cts ad $1.00. Scd In each as held to the Mghbr cort, the other i
repaid ea receipt of price. Stearns' city oy all leading -ruggista, or by two charges being missed. M I
tectric Paste Co.. Chicago. Small mafl. ho .Pebley coaftted the P m .- tb
ame cts.. hotel size, eight times iPreparAd oly by tlo of the neg, whiHe C. H. mey, a trip oi
n mait.S. sATIOMAL TlLET CO, Paris, Tema. defended him. o


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On Saturday and Monday

E3-thI a xnd 3OtbL

We will offer the entire Stook f

Boy's and


from the large department house of Barnett Bros. of New York which we
out at a loss to them This stock consists of X x X


Over 300 Suits of Quality

that has never before been offered in the cit, and at prices asked for cheap and
shoddy clothing. These suits are both for dress and school wear, and parents wh6
have not yet pruv;ded for the Winter will be remiss in a duty they owe themselves
if they do not inspect this stock. The value these suits runs as high as $7,00.
We will mark them in plain figures from which there will be no deviation as follows,

Sizes 7, 8, 9 and 10 years,
Sizes II and 12 )ears,


Sizes 13 and 14 years,
Sizes 15 and 16 years,

We are just opposite the public square, convenient to 4l car lines, and invite an in,
section from the best trade in the city particularly those know who values


8 8 E X~a1nt x 913ree

The Journal's Daiiy Fashion Feature



Gal. .. .. .. ........ .. .50
Dozen.. .. ........ .........25
per Dozen.. .. .. .. .. .. ..25
PECANS, per Ib. 15 and.. ....200
SAME.. .. .. .......... ..$100


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I Am Now Prepared

Serve the Public
S with mlt-dah

hose long-waisted French frocks are likewise shirred to thq somewhat fitted
en at their most becoming best' lining of the body pat5 4 d'the entire f a
ten the upper or body part follows frock fastens in the back. e sleeve with
house lines. Such Is the mode fol- la long, to suit the coM ee d vweth- Meat
red in this dainty little frock of pale er, a loose bishop pi* ytt a lttle o ,
ic mohair, upon which a deep shade plain band cuff, velvet rlm trimt ed Dese
sapphire blue reret ribbon makes at the wrist. 'ated
Sthe sole trimming ers[gk. There p Me
a yoke across the bDoulders, back Sick Ihea s e t i a hh7ro
d front, this delaed' with rows of dered conditlo of t --
Sribbon, and toewhich the bomse is qlekly cured by ilBksMi
rtiou is shirred, thie tallig a triple Stoiaemm ad Urer TabtL. W C
mr the skirt top. The skirt itself is by al x d . A

Staple ud Fanuc
cries nd FdciWsbts
at -ran' pies.
ave also opened in connect io
my groceries a clean. flret-iias
Market, such as Beef, countryy
Mutton, Veal, Tripe, Sausage,
d Chickens, etc. Weights gua-
. Quick delivery. Call o
. 2, corner Loya and DDayv
YeMr to eo .
M. Wilsone

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THE N4JODRAL *I#.A MWIlle, OCTost 28,toes




~~itR~wwsb~ftio t ~*~I you don's Iflk those gray habi, do youa
i f t Oar -M PROM ZWTAND VKIN And your bus d cerisiuct doesn't hhe*
~S7AI w id n, Wao-Jlerrick it, APR. wv Ayers Hair Vigor? It ,come calor io

*i- --Mo HeraldM ,- .sees NieI ear #-4M M W****####W gray hair every time, aB *b
S. An4t V g waI h of bosses -- IL iolor of eri A
U W S B tfaii thi lelet ^, too Cox A Ma WActl*n. draf also. So for yAr.
Awethe.. . .....skip ng the ovetnor Broward seems to be a
i-uui uswi i -sMR--.-. M.Z, Much talk #s heard apropos ta Sbea t Weai rloka.. t man of acton. --While in Jartonvi:ae /
entrance t I Unitee nSatat..o h They are e Sgat to Oh-h-raker the other day he visited the la l sa- -
the t5e wortd pol U es, an d ofa 1doth no avw personally interviewed the negro. or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact
JOURNAL nowposessing an l ce felt That the. set is urging demo- Isham Edwards. who is to be hung oa with the 'lak- i unnecessary.
Pkina 5d t S t.. PtWub ..S .. c at ue ea now. Nov. 3rd for the murder of Hon. N. 9. The bodies or eadavera or the dead from yellow fever ahr
an-.-d London. It is q~ite true that And th e railroad say it also, and it's W. Epps. of Leon county. sdwards transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the frst t
AW L MATM& G ina L M 1a when at the e olo the Spealish w backed up, too, by Dick- claims that he alone is response the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes S
we annexed the I mlar r eles of the They m WqTl ed in Ohio-and It for the murder of Mr. Epps, and thnt; bite the body before decomposition has set in.
Amg htbt IC.r*remnpire at 1 V and O* makes the bosses sick. the other parties, Larkin and Cal-.- 10. There Is o possibility of contracting yellow fever f <
ilrM A U ARMU m tabll bedmamrule lt 'e I P-to ,1o .. ..sad.. welli whom he at first changed as be- vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients
i, ,.the Ph-Up-e-o o wert.ro o__ Io aciey f y cetraa--hear or o--tey ave ing accomplices to th'e crime, are in- 11. Ao attack of yellow fever caused, as It always is, by th
...tON ATg.entida ups do mestic affas They .e.t e p wIfMIn o-Herrick nocent. Governor Broward, after tor Stegomyla, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of th
-------- The a elsre t Panama was another will fall down ker-chug! personal interview with the condemn- t th T
-e I.-*...** -. am Oe M ... ..... "..step forward on the roadto aerial. For while --and-g on the recor. ed man, will doubtless be In a posi-
Mll .oo.......o. M |8...one week......... 0. ilsm. These events focused the re made p by the president ton to act intelligently when th NW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPO D UPO
SI U ..... W W. gadr of ropea chaellories upo They decla hes much mistaken befr th^ -^r d-gadrmd .-uam NURSES IN THE TREATMiENT OF YELLOW FEVER.
___=Washlngtom., andt he men who thence when on regulation bent SEQUENCEthOF rTHE ASO F.-A-..TS.
-g - i-L govern the United -Statea. It is ree- They are "wt" among the drinkers rianna Times-Courer. SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACT
og fed that the United States. Im- and ate ry" among the dry;- 1. No nCAse can be considered as trained in the manager
6M O .V PSIUOSLA u -.wg Wpa P PgM Waa.i. A arAL- mensely rich, actually and potential- On two stools they have their optls Compliment to Mr. Harris. fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she
-.- m, .i w n.wm WW "wiSa Im 1ty, a truly t perial country in *x- and to tit on both they'll try. Atlanta is very proud of the ve.y earnestly, and conscentiously, that the disease is transmi.-ed s4
OmT 1 M 1 AN itest. opumlatonm and resources, had But when they attempt reclining on' graceful compliment paid to M,. quitoes, aad that it is her duty to prevent the admission of the
become jitimately related with those the two they'll fall between- Joel Chandler Harris by President the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should a
J@IM-a*@S a sN f-,- ,amokn larger international concerns which They are'worried in Ohio-cogs are an4 Mrs. Roosevelt. Indeed the therein.
___-.. occupy the minds of the world's re. gone from the machine. whple south appreciates the honor 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the
sponsible statesmen. given to this great author. In giving must cooperate with the physician in the discha.-ge of his funct
The action of President Roosevek They are worried in Ohio-Cox com- him to American literature, Persident dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity bee
PBN8AOOLA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOm8 21. 1905 _in bringing about the pkce confer- plains of "throwing mud." Roosevelt says it was Georgia's reat.- ly the moat emfient and important sanitary agent In prevent
A amcem whose Tihlerationa ,owned They are worried in Ohio-Foraker est contribution to the world. Jol oft yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelliget ap
e.ph.si.... he i eough with-' success another proof it is sweating blood. Chandler'Harris, perhaps, more tain he mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety
Semphasis that there is n enough ay were ne ) of our newer ti- is working like a rojan, Her- any their author, ha given entertain non-immune) and the protection of the family and the etre
money at the command of a the. ite tiad towards the larger 1irs of rick smiles a sickly smile, I ment to the fireside. His stories ere' the patient, esp ally if these are not immune) largely,
4 WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. i insurance companies of the United mankind The step taken by the And the gang of greedy grafters are, specially-fasinating to children, and: depend&
S-- e IStates to get a line of advertising president was everywhere lap in terror all the while are written with, a uilelessness equal er nurse must bear in mind that the moat maUaat
T theasoe Jou ism an I la this paper digulsed as newe where Ied- h the "e tatre "Stand by Rooevelt!" they're shriek- to those of Oliver Goldsmih. No patient Is Innocuus nd absolutely harmless to even the mos
Sms at the UWng plaw 1a *It in any way colors or distrots facts. a' g.r:nati, to n ake 0e of his lug: "Don't swap horses in th. one ch- read them without a thrill non-lmmune, it the proper precautions are taken to proett t
the ^ty: *' We may write up the business of a services for the termination of a sreaof genuine pleasure.-Ocala Banner. mosquito the parent's person.
ay HetL. local firm, as all other papers pub- bloody t., itrul- "You must stand pat c the tariff:" 1 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercoara
CsWes ee k SItore. 0 lsh paid "write ups." as one of their d statesmen everywhe. 0, it's taN to hear them scream. Floria In Luck fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well
Dept ew *forms of advertising, but I wish to a Bt the demosats are busy show roo, and provided the inoculation of mosquitoes, by biting
S m assure the readers of this paper that. Great and dramatic ac up thedotored book- lorida ily n luck. It now during the three days of the disease, is absolutely prove
S MUefm 80. 1* what appears in Its telegraphic ol5- arrest the attentlen of the world, alGot'em w n Ohi it transpires that a Jacksonville bust- The o of a trained nurse Is not satisfactorily acco
ie ue $etL unimns Is gotten up by as, fair adJ recent Ameriesa history s been fu areoit crooE ness pan is cousin to President Roose patient, saffra fe ary kind of fever, In localities infected
S Theuibpeea' Seek S t* conscientious a news-gathering agen of them. The w4d-influenes of thesca Mres th an'ie crooks. veIt, d following ia the wake of fever, who Is e ded to her care, is allowed to be btt by
Wagmi e Crm O arter. *' cy as any the world ever saw and United States be a wthe world ever saw U birt this eventful revelation comes te even If the fever s proven not to b yellow fever. Mosqutto bite
>iliWa mir Ne Sd. *L what we publish as local or State republic w ot anon u sg a ews that one of ow tate dtors and iarmfl els If t Infective to the patient, sad It mat he
Warti Seek Seta. sews is the truth as nearly as we challenge of the Declaration of T he Canyro hink oa a la srs ta paid a visit to Mr. H. M. agler. as an evidence f neglect. It he show evidences of mosquito sti
can and it out .nerl. to ae etMdependence stirred deeply hean you think of a iftmore All this in free Aerca!-Gainesvlle o ca sder here a trained yellow fever
S*.------- The fact that we published yestcr- of all lovers of freedom In the to be accetable ha4 a year's sub- sun. 6 .ride haeslf tgieretto fcilyar wptethe n PonB f et c
,1~ daTy a piece of newe-mews to the edt- world. The American revolution wa& 4 ltere ao e Yu Cma i o experience have gith tertotl ectaively protect her non-fetwhdc
as we as to the a great chapter n the historical the any one, g or old wh, re to Act Pair. thoseert pon her owledge ad ex
... .irA wmes-Uniontouthonm mthakindtof m..,.. bring ononce had the paper in hs o
M Creflected on the Ttapej-Union will ce d s nt o h, hands and looked through It, did not Much is being said In the State pa- from the Iat1cted.
convince even the most prejudiced chastisement of the Barbary pirate wish to possess it for his very own? pers about Governor Broward's re- 7. The weapons o off se a d de-se that the re
ic n no W Y tann of the absolute honesty with an exercise of powe r remote frmd is a gift wh far from losing its cent visit to a condemned murderer handle In eg her patients a th
Which we handle news. No matter the shores of the United States, and freshness as Christmas recedes int6 in his Jail cell. While in Jacksonville (A) The Mesqut a b t Preferrd), to te the P e
T m emaleIn a tr Ionwhom'it-may reSect, our readers sil later and Ameran ommode thePast, om delight visited one of the men 1. The etttg of bars must have mgshes ne eouh to
w York, s rtng more than may know that they see n the Time battered down the door of a Japanese t wee oee i and under te se- assage of to
... "anis-'sh'cr to COm WS ^ae^ ^e week o f ined..,..an an d,,, der.th. e se a----...
astet prlai be-. Union the entire report of the A exclusiveness-surely the act.th by week. tence of death oor the murder of su 2. No .
bse ot t heDeNots ead Repub- ;r P ofeth st a ff i- e willing to exert its influence for gr The boy likes it. 'for It reflects in its perintedeat Eppes, of Tallahassee. patient's y is i ntrat with he eti to that the
bas apper to e nes with ndee post he foundation, the boyish aspiration. The father was the murderer and that the otaer places in the ttl and that o mosquitos have found a lodg
y reanmt coflthio e t agir a N anTimes-Unimon. aa.olra Unie St h.bea- a or -o. likes It, not only for its Setion but for two men convicted with him were e - .. .. .. e ,
Oww e of ed themtp No adesmnaor athousan d ollar a line r a lIue that it has profoundly taeeed its f nd of format of the practical nocent. G rnor Broward sought enter .ng. f. i t_ t .
ewrhip canidate, W M R. a the d p ll e ne or atg .. the common lot of ,uas .. sort. The girl likes it for the stories, a personal interview with the man ..I f. .. ,., o sh Ut
Beat seemo to.have at least an aLy other price will ever again a step forward in the broeingt ecdotes, ketches and editorial arti- and discussed the situation and ll cases o eer ld be promptly reported to th
a .. s, ...d i . "..u.."" .. -d. .nes American Infuence ha s been in ea be i ea ly doUtles frm te ron-t a
4 6116c0 Of bing 1s ted to the matter to serve the selfish purpos.s -m.. for her. The .mother likes it tor its board of his Impressions. The nation awaiting his.arriva--. .f.d.beoveredwith-a-osqu a.
ayor's chair. Discssing the anal- of any concern, and since this state- a logical evolution A pwr. stories of 4m e* left eand family af- of the Governor simply illustrates ticila l os table toi dfecton wiith yeow fers.e TIhe
pal campatn in New York the Bir- lent neutralizes any advantage that freedom, of orderedIlbthabe tection, for dildret' page and for his desire to act fair and Impartial testsitself la mild torm IB lntaftl and early chlldhoo
mlngam Leger ays: the advertiser may have derived from benefted From the Declaratki of IUts medalel artle. toward all the people and to always likely to eape reogatton. On seent at the very mildeme
Suppose William Hearst holdd the publication owhat he sent, Independence to the peace conference .On receipt $1.. e yearly s-. inform, imselt as fuy as possible toms the usual preetteona are not taken nd t mOth sees
be elet Ser o New Yk Ls will return any money he may have at Portsmouth, we have exercised a cacriptiot price e shers seed to on all questions which affect the in- spread t disease wiM tlt molestatIto. The mild or nreo
r al it m. N Y e afor it and remittacnces he may influence upon the course of human the new sabdiber all the remaining terestm of the public. His action was r tis rem the mst d ros, from a sanitary point of
hild Pea- m. p &t he hereafter make. .in.fa issues of Th Yb uth's Companion for no_ out of place, but on the other .s. forest
ul be rad l l for prese G W. WILSO. d y. 1905 mad th astBmen" Calendar hand was highly commendable in All pena leadit to the sick chamber should be scree
he Carries to it logical conclues ASOU or I twelve lors every way.-Tampa Herald. of hospitals, wire seres are not usually available and provasi
the Idea that the government should A cWAaNT A .ad.can be. ad f .o et or ceese cloth, which can be tacked.
own all public utilities to w hich. -HOUS JNT AND "H MOSQUITO *THECRY P.l Iustraite Announcement of the Railroad for Cendale. secured to, te Ii th I
pblic has cotribe"HOUSE mHNTINO" AND "HUNT. FULLY DEMONSTRATED. 0 ew volume for 1906 will be sent wit It is said to be an assured fact (C) Sulpha
rel riaw r s r INO FOR WOK" USED TO MEAN 0 in cops Ot the paper to any ad. that Cottobdale Is to have a new ith sulphur orUthrm at powder
ilw sr "WALKINGe, AROUND." NOWADAYS r Mobile Item. drm free. railroad. That prosperous little city possibly igBd was early e possible after The fourth
rME YOUTH'S CO1PAMeON, 'should come to the front with a rush. Sulphur bu
e W es.is a ttle astrtftn. hut it THE WANT AD REEDCE THIS 0 1 -erk at B .oston, Mass..-Marian.a&Times-CourierwinnotW .. o an vr

Mr. Hearst now stands. He has left PLE MATTER OF "- GOINGIn s e ted .supportofty rilrt athor stpityet .
the democratic orgapvwtm .andb I ithenmosuitotcubic t
Mdig peat an t WHER E.apr ..hth.e r theory THB TRANSMISSION OF .e,, mo surito6est.
West. of the Marine Hospital forces in New ous- f",igation with s"'phtr is qute suficient in ordinary
The republibas can do nothing as 9USINESS CAPITAL SHOULD BE Orleans, and under whose vigorous .'- oursf ofrul r rY- A fme of rouinuv will act remain losn, and household Ammoaf
a party in New YeTA city. The peo- AS EASY TO GET AS A GOOD BUS. and successful warfare on yellow fe- IY LLL O W VI u AaN Dt tbe ro. wi dim iish their nple Mte..
pe wont -have another republican ad- INESS LOCATION-AND WANT AD- ver, that scourge has been stamped. b The t algatlot alould be done in tle morant. so that the r
ministration. Naturally the republic. ut in that city, says -that he believes J free or by night, d t hold be doe preferably in dry west
mans would like to help Hearst defeat VERTISING CAN FIND THEM BOTH that the correctness of the mosquito W TO N URS j IT evert heoe Mdla of the patient WIll permit m adjoiln
the democrats, but the republicans IF THE MAN IS "ALL RIGHT." theory has again been completely de- occupied by the patient should be first p ed of mosquttoe and
sannot well ald in a municipal owner- m strated. Prompt application of At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society. hel August 190, the reception o the patient, who is to e carefully transferred t
ship campaign. Ithey do ede "YES; A "TO LET" PLACARD JN tIon and screening made see Dr. Rudolph Matas addessl the Society on the "New duties and responsibili- fected room as early a possible after the fourth day.
Mt ayretateby lpngthatYOURWINDO MIGHT SoaryinfetiOnI mpossiblela every ties Imposed upon trained nurses, atd other persons entrusted with the care The work o Lfeton an osquo destruct, wei
i s Mr. Heart's national m- ECURE Instance. In the emergency hospital of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge o is now condted y the Health Aut 'tles, Immediately after
a FOR YOU A TENANT OF THE there was not a single case 0f secon- the mode o! trans sion of this disease by the mosquito." the attending phyalela. But In isolated localities or when dela
Por years there has been a drift to. CLASS THAT DOES NOT REAO dary Infection, nor a case of infection A brT f synops^ of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever ing sanitary rllet i t navoidable the physician and nurse mua
wards radicalism In national politics. NEWSPAPERS-IF YOU WANT ttrceable to the hospital among thq ppphylaxi and a statement of the nuree's sanitary duties in this disease, members of the household in applylg the prescribed regulaton.
Now the democratic party is demoral- THAT SORT. 2HAEBOrE non-tm f nec e woin h had visiterui ca he had utilized in his teaching, and submittedto the Soci Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation recommended by
raed in natial potlUtes, and the rw- the institution. Of the thousand or wished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as foll : Authorities in charge of sanitation ii :ew Orleans darla t
piecon seera of th Fo no more people who came EFtD the eAty epidemic:
SwonesSa. es iko notw IF YOU HAVE BOUGHT A NEW erom infected sts bearing certie- ELEMENTARY FACTS OP' EDUCATIONAL VALyL Remove l ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, sllv
evident in the political sea. So we STOVE, SELL THE OLD ONE. YOU cates from local health offeers ard 1. Yellow fever may be defined a.4 an acute, infectious .febrile disease from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a mete
may see a campaign for municipal CAN SELL IT, WITHOUT ADVER. who were kept under observation for which is transmitted from the sick to suMceptlble individuals through the which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the obj
wnership as its central idea. but TISING, AS OLD IRON YOU CAN perbd of five das, not a single agency of mosquitoes; and, as far a known, by the single species, the Steg- with paper, or with a thin coting of baseline applied with a
with all the anti-corporation Ideas on SELL IT THROUGH A WANT .case ve hoped. Of the hundred or omyia Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New Remove from the room to b fumigated all faric material
Its staff. Mr. Heart Is a bigger man T W AD* more tral Inspectors in Mississippi, Orleans. and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails oughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture
than many have believed, and he may AS AN OLD STOVE MAKES A DIF. who traveled on trains from New Or. g. The ermn or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood The room should be closed and made as tight as po ble by I
lead the fight that so many have fear. FERENCE OF A FEW DOLLARS. as for nearly three months, not one of yellow fever patients only during the flrst three days of the disease; after- openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and crack ear wM
d f" yeas. --- developed yellow fever. Though near- wards the etient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the doors.i be clsed by pasting trips of pper fold w
IF THE YOUNG WOMAN STENOG. ly 4,000 passengers and crews of 234 importance of recording th, very four when the attack first began. e ate made of for
RA ER SIMPLY WONTDO BEA vessetls left New Orleans with health $. The mosquito (Stermyia Faselata) Is powerless to convey, the di- themT sut pr spuld be placed in an Iron pot, fat skillet pre
RANER SIMPLY WON'T DO, SE A Eertilcates of fumigation by the Ma- ease to a susceptible peter by Its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed this placed on briks in a tub or other convenient water receptarle
Nat. y "MONSTER" LONG ENOUGH r SE- rine Hospital Service, not one was at- after biting the yellow fever patient Thi. period of incubation in the mob- an inch of water in the bottom. This Js a precaution whlth mut
I CURE HER "RESIGNATION," AND tacked. Further, Dr. White said that quito Is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the guardd against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boll over sad
FIND HER SUCCESSOR THROUGH not a single case of yellow fever has body oa the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary the house
The Jacksonville Times-Union, one A WANT AD. been twaced to freight from New Or- glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission fonid., in 1900, The sulphe Is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it sad
t the newspapers charged, at a re le--- though a large amount of trade that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, The apartment'shoold be kept closed for two hours, and then
nt session of the ew York Legi THE DAY YOU BEGIN TO ADVER- was carried on. to eighteen day and oer, in the cooler winter season. tt.
FISent sTon of the New York Reis- TH DA5O OAVR 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in Its body during the period and gwo fa d thecubic contents of the .roo, multiply the
latIve Investigation Committe. with TISE THAT REAL ESTATE IT 18 abovp specified, the Stegomyla a ready to transmit the disease during the the ro by the width, nd this total by the height, and to oad
printing "doctored" news report T FIRST "IN THE MARKET'-NO TiOl iaIeI lastac cgs entire period of its nat Ual life, which may ex.tend ver 1R4 days, provided thTe oa sIulr nag' te te amligate the room divide the iulr e es t

sent out by the Mutual Life Insur MATTER IF IT HAS BEEN "FOR i insect has access to water. (Oulteras.) walter Reed was able to innoculate and the rei the amount of sulphur rurd ods.
ent out by the Mutual ife Inhur- MALEOR IF ASO BEN RI i yellow fever with a Ltego nyla fifty-seven days old. OGutteras with another stake, e ls, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 fef
ance Compan reu-iing therefore, SALE OR EVER SO LONG. I rf 101 days old. [Note--According to Agramonte, Stegomyla Fasclata In Havana would mRltiply 1ag Uals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this 5
it is alleged. the sum of one dollar can only be coaxed to bte until four days old. With us, In Louisiana, says will haswo tth mpet urmnm" -eonnr, vi *. i nn,.
per line, is prompt to resent the slur MOST QUESTIONS THAT BEGIN Dupree, It bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerg f
cast upon it, and its edkor. Geo. W. WITH "HOW SHALL I--- ARE the pupa cae. It was elieVed. at a tlme. that: (1) the females of teg -
Wilson in a signed editorial, makes ANSWERED WITHM "THROUGH A omyla must e impreuaed bebre t will bite; (2) that the female, after
biting onue does not appear to bite a second the,. or at least until ave or
the following s:aeenr. in regard to WANT AD.. OF COURSE." seven days have elapsed. but Dapree says that the Stegomylas Ia Loalesasa Pl
the mat ter: aP that htve beest isolated and rearW apart from the males will bite promptly U
M attention ha< been called to a THE WANT ADS. DO SOME VERY and fretaq tly. Probably after thy t teted their blood seal, aad, like
statement made in tne Associated HARD TASKS EVERY DAY-FIND- .r aw geof Anophqsk, within three to ave dav After.) g go
Press dispatches and published in ING. FOR EXAMPLES, GOOD COOKS an A period. varying from tw1 u.s lae ay, rsafly elapses after tohe bte
the Times-Union to the effect that an -GOOD SERVANTS. ot a n ujc i h eutm d etal be(Tos twi ,Bfa o yelow f fever will devop la
advoer'sing agency has heen scndin.' the hums ajet (t a thatnthf yellow fever, ad thes
to the n ispairner( in(ife coun Uited States Army Yellowa
por t of he insurance invest: ation NO MATTER WHAT KIND OF A MLV of eperig ta yelow fever obtWaN btthe bRft taswe It tared i, MM .
in }>rrv.K.. in New York faroramh.e JOB IT IS. IF THERE IS A MAN IN The following Bgures show The Pen ~ o rty hours to t v 4 m nd to, e na b oulatJ.) i mM
%lo one o! ife M insurance compi' THE CITY WHO CAN FILL IT HE sacoa j. rrournal's drcuFrao tome abomq we gate- Mt t_6
'e- Thn -a:aemnt was further mnd. WILL SEE YOUR WANT AD. AND d. .urng the moth of SePaO e a yellow tver patient *tthln b tt three Otys of te t will have _
!h e. union was s0e of :'1 ANSWER IT AD Ajh the average numbrof t to InCbate* *e poitoo ei kIts body In twelvte to !). Oc uwatli
perp.- .; hadi published such re ANSWER'IT.iy:p e r of ia t In" I o ltO)e )then, i Ibita sa a .rss" the pulA
por- i --- ...-- tkon of this tiw, two to five 4deyPsMt elapse fer the dtsaf e toe manfest it. A-
I kn-w r: hng of ,he publication WANT ADVERTISING WILL Sept 2 ,000 et. -? 5 teilf the bltten PWarsMl w etimatii th e p*~Oe spread
of (hesc nh-.sashin stories until I "TURN INTO MONEY" SUCH Spt. 3 S Sept. lI aet pe ats ltt~ a sos- b-t-c F YaOu EI aG Str Pbi. W.
anrui ": :dav morn'g. THINGS AS YOU CAN PART WITH Sept. 4, ...... 1 2 the success or failure 0o any"Pa Asj 0-9"a. diFewsi to P the S PS
a niht a:h:, a of them came lat1 -CARRIAGE, SILVER SERVICE, Sept. So '000 Pt. 40 traction of the mosquit*e a be etu6saae. Ina ITw of t0 e eet orat several
aTh mmh r' 1 Tl m o ni~ot FUR. WATCH, DIAMOND. AUTO, 'IF ** %bwlrb days maykelapse betts ultoaitaet m it etassbta a
who hand;'i ".! o- reports, know- MOBILE, REAL ESTATE EQUITY, S S 5100 2su4 cedtmie ledtheusee0,tb
lug Tha! naac.' pa;)trz. publihbendad- BOND, LACES, CUT GLASS OR'0Sept IN m 44Pt .L 4a 4m P pent ep to s oada'

suk me. published .ewn' no knowing, THERE ARE BETTER TENANTS Sep 1 SS I pVnUNatthe- I n ga t kl u (t eve to 0 010s1 Ita
that it was agans 'h, principles of TO BE HAD THAN YOU HAVE I. 1, 50 2 bMte frwe elysad tedly juudledthfit ProwStItIei"emm er '. ..ef IN
is paper to pu.i'h them in tha. EVER HAD-SO DON'T -TURN A 5V 14, SAN S S o itsi bfte ft i od .as aoy UamtP. toa tte m B
As the responsible head of the HAIR" OVER THE LOSS OF A 00R TOtal for the mai.h.... se * *-t t that -hale eelI ett l r a 2
Tiames-Union I say with all possible ONE. JUST ADVERTISE. AvW0erp per"da...,,... *. 4g -thi bgMa eurs e.s ) I s ae the dimeslige liau 11iS

a deep, rich

or proximity
Incapable of
three days of
re allowed to
Dm the black
e bite of the
e diseaS.

ent of yellow
realies fully.
solely by mos-
so insects to
nd their way
e patient she
ions as guar-
oming direct-
g the spread
preclatoa )f
(If she is an
household ofat
not entirely.
yellow fever
t susceptible
be aee.e, at
e may thfe.
Is the ike
the pattert
with yeotw
a Moeqn4tt
are annoying
looked pon
e unless ae
eieae sa
patIents ad
Mis for safety
amst-learn to
* in Hiu S10L
prevent the
part of the
are ns ton
sag Inside,
lultoes f e
be killed .W
e phyatela
This IsV .
infat af d
disesew man-
Wd. thit t is
of the eysp.
'are able to

cmm ewaeess
Od aetMa %y

ir thewiyie

) to dest y
lay Cof fever.
am Is ons-
*W to 1.8"9
Ae postd of
uftos. rbo
beut. Two
la spri akd
oom will be
her. Whea.
Ig the me
prepared fkrr
o the dism.

tifieation Sy
y In obtain.
l dimet the
the Healta
he prensea
er and glt
llie nature.
ects tigluy
alter thar.
adows aad
aperm) Te
erred, and
with ahot
be takes g
ast are to
lighting it,
opened up
I length of
he amount
Bts by sef.

t high, we
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FOR M N- keded
* W M lonIy I fk Mleed to Canf
n i An%811 (Mwlb ft

ALWAY Ur~ PO 1Since the ammittee issued ka call
for more assistance for the yellow
fever sufferers, and started a new
liit, "a a apnW ber of donations have
been made It is necessary to hare
$;,000 momo however, and in order to
An elegant line of the newest and t ere.n ...'... i
Sbeatsof t puls, i were D. J1 D.C ", of Mse-p praise thi amount the hOtlzenr will
have to subcrbe liberally. Money
1must be ried for the work, or else
S nob iest leathers of ths eat $0 ~he poor of the city will suffer not only
Snobbit leaders of this great n$3.50 for want of attention and medicine,
but for the necessities of life. Below
is the new list, and also the old one,
and $4 Shoe for Men just received by sni th. c*,sonributs to, dat... n
Sr H- ee Prom old fun-'.d. .............. $300.00
SC. Thiesen.. r.. .. ...... 50.00
Walton Land and Timber Co.. 20.00
o Capt. Win. Briggs ............ 10.00
Job P S. Beard................ 10.00
The John White Store.... .. 10.00
Mrs. 0. E. McReynolds........ 6.00
W M. I JOHNSON B. Rutherford ............00
The Old Donations.
u M. a Corley, Hattlesburg...... 5.00
-is-At Nauoasl Bank..........$500.10
ow VC IL IL ILL VVSOW. 8. Keyser Co.............. 200.101
__Aamerican National Bank.....*. 200.00
-d --' - ConseUdated Grocery Co...... 250.00
JUT BREAT L AN IMAL HArd. tn n. SchreyIerA............... 0. 0
-O I I ____t-I f .rclyWas. Those. C. Watson.............. 100.00
nL JANthA A T. i. o e.gh ndsfferdmor. eo Schtsyer, C........... 50.00
We O 0 a a a. M CKItNNONVI LLE wae horses Hr e ad ateve.so Eaambia biealty Co.......... 0 00
mt mtb. jn A i O I aie ................ ..25.00
DIat take a stimulant; Just breathe. Horse shy becrate they are 1e aMsd- W A.t Bros.. ..............10.00
ft i the advrtce o a doctor who apeilal to The JalrnMa. ed from ancestors accton-d to roasnm al's Bank........... .. 100.00
dmes Met lbeeve ti the old medical McKinsoarIk.ll Oct. 27.-Bev. J. ). over plains, wreW any ttt tCrgMa=.e Peasacola Water Company.... 100.00
policy aof mystery. but who undertake Lawrence came down fro Pine B&t- bush might cM eael as enemy waltla LesAlie E. Brooks ........... .. 1000
p--*asphially to expia s to amy pa- rea to ftMll his appoimtmeat with us to spring on thm. Under thee elr- J. M. Coe.................... 10,00
tet why su aad such a remedy at this place, but owing to ban weath- cumstances hWey mut often havehrd Paacola investment Co..... 100.00
bsl be tbemeifal. ars the Phila. er, was not permitted to give us a ser themselves by at once starting away on K. p. Gonzalez. .............. 2500
`401010 imsili vice. ob-erving any suAt 'r Li Southern States Lumber Co... 100.00
eI k tl The Jennings store moved up Tues- oo S thLs p "don't take ock i day and took posseasslm of the new movement n ce wt wa Gean-Ameriean Lumber Co.. 5090
whs y to, t t cock -building which has been erected here ing upon some strange object.' This is Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00
trel; tt brt, Put your ingerfor that purpose, and the business that supposed to bare become a habit which J. R. Saunders ............... 50.00
Syoar paew and get Its rhythm. Dur- has formerly been conducted at Jen- has descended to their domesticated Pensacola, St. Andrews &
t He igta beats draw In the breath. nlapg will be carried on at their new descendants OnGulf Steamship Co.......... 2500
breathing e and lwr and forcing the stand. We extend Jennings and his The donkey, ok the other .hand, is D. Kugleman ................ 10.00
eiapbragm doewn Brst, then filling the people a hearty welcome. descended from .asmals which dwelt J. Goo. White............... 5.00
ppwr lung. Then exhale this breath The visitors to our village Saturday in the hills, am which there were P. Shotter Co........... 250.00
awing tour beats of tqe pulse. :were Dr. J. D. 'rammell, of Musco- precilesi and dangerous paths, hence Jo Coleman ...... .......... 2.00
"ow. ff you are working with a 'ee. Mr. Thoa. Rr'msan. of (Penacola the s rootedness and comparative Warr..................... 25.00
piece oft uanc ry, ay a typewriter, who is refuge g now ad r. Jam loness of tdokey. His ancestor o. B. Jones.............. 6.00
e'atwhat do yeS m do trsD.C.eahas been calln- were not so liable to sdden attacks of T. H. Lannon Co........... 1500
aoWtJly? Tou n 'tpt ae ed to the bedside of her brother-in- wild beasts and of snakes. Moreover, Wm. Johnson &, Son.......... 25 001)
oil oat etAd gm and clog it all up. law Mr. Hnrman Hendersos, of Wal- sudden and wild starts on alarm would i Clutter Music House.......... 10.00'
Tem cean it Brat. You can best clean nut Hill. who is sertouW ill. have been positively dangerous to Meykr $S9e stor. .. ...... 15.0i
the blood by breath. The lood We are expecting school to open them. Hence they learned to avoid the Stan4ard lotihiag Co........
pgoes through the lungs, and It needs November 1. and are making prepara- very habit which proved so useful to DouVille Timber and Iand Co. .o.O u
and empas to and plenty of fresh air tons according. the horse in the pains. Iftaxwell & Reevs ........... 2U o
ith eyg nl tt. I It can't fnd per- We are having a warm spell of The habit of eating thtiea, which s. Pco, bell............. 500
fely fresh air it needs more air which weather just now and it seems that almost peculiar to the donkey, is also H. amber. ..
to mot perfectly fresh. It needs to be the frost is a little delayed. s.palosl to cu.m from these same an-l Kress & Co. ....,:,:,,. .. 1
cleaned by contact with the air. s. il- inv in dry and barren lo- D. Hale Wilson............. 25- 0
"Once in awhile bold the lungs full Insomnia and Indigestion Cured. ical;, ti. f.ond little food and 4. M. Avery.................. 25.0
et breath as long as you can without "Last year I had a v.rv severe attack i1c;,:,. Ieairn!J to epat bard and dry and, ordon & Brown.............. 15 0.,
expalsea. In dotag this you are sim- of indigestion. I ooula not sleep at if ie, ,. i. rickli plai:ts | Thoe. Pehle'........ ........ 5..0
ply cleaning the machine. You are r.ght and suffered most excrucianz Forhes P.rnit''re Co.......... 410,
clean ta blood. At the same time pains for three hours aiter each mea. m N. 0. For -'eimer............. 10 ..,5
yoe awe glng that little fillip to the I was troubled this way for thren The. DrcUd Bam-boo Blao. iV G y4vt 2 1O. . .c- .... .... 2?5 4 ,
atio of the eat and the nervous nths when I used Chamberlain's I i 4n e; native w7. A!' Alembelte ............ .
cesyste whhe you thought a ynou weroe S lmScb and liver Tabief. and ore .as. 'rei .. .... ...... 27'
girtag whrD you took the cocktail. In Dixon Tullamore. Ontario. Canad ti at whI. s :* l L' o ri-i H the latter sc you didn't clean the mn- For sale by all druggists. fli C are pr n.' ari

chaie. You amply ran it a little IHster
ad gumnrd It up a little more. You Pathrly coneteaso.
Satatn of eMlaraton and of accom- think Iniel Webc'er wuz a .n art
plishaeat. withot taking the cock mnn Iarmer Hoptoad--Wani. I'v
lAL and at the same time the machine n n redin' soe of hlb dspe-le :ln"
w steadily improve In tts ruInning e to ae ry
qIuty. Breathe the best air you can t A M Jans grIdItun es.'
with, Mary Janery c .,dution esatdys.--
t and plenty of It It is as necessary Philadelphia Bulletin.
s food The heart and lungs act in
velhtarly. In hurried business life ard Rearte.
y become too involuntary. In Sht- After : Core. I think a pub-
that case don't take a cocktail; just lie n .. lin would be better He-An 1
brsthe." i ., .- nt h ,

liver money 2i0 years old Is till in
dreulatkm In somc parts of Spain.

object to sinking spell-divers.-
Phlladelphia Telegrarh.


gvet 1" i t l* m-o'|' t-U o t'-- 1" -. J. 1o1l
see. papa Inr refused to lend us his
automohlle. so what's the use?-Judge.
Faithfulness In little thinr's fits one
for heroism when the great trials comr
-Louisa M. Alcott



You a Bottle of Liquozone, and Give

We make few clinm of what Liquo- been made with it. Its power had been
one will do. And no testimonials re proved again and again; in the most dif-
published to show wat it ha done. We I cult germ diseases. Then we offered to
prefer that each sick ome should learn its supply the first bottle free in every di-
power by a test. That is the quickest i sese that required it. And over one
wav to convuiceo u. million dollar have been spent to an-
So we offer to bu he first bottle and nounce and fulfil this offer.
give it to you to try. Compae it with The result is that 11,000,000 bottles
common remedies; eM how mutch more have been used, mostly in the past two
it does Don't cling o the old treat- years. Today there are counitless cured
nients blindlv. The eores of diseases ones. scattered everywhere, to tell what
which art due to germs call for a gperi- Liquozone has done.
cide. Please earn what Liquosone can But so many others need it that this
do offer is published still. In late years, sci-
ence has traced scors of dikeaes to germ
What L UOZOne IS* attacks. Old remedies do not apply to
he virtues of Liqosone are derived them. We wish to show those ick ones
solely from gase Teformula is sent to --t ur cost-what Liquosone can do.
each uer The p arn of akil re-! A
ireh l Te appa and from S to 14 Where It Applies.
2utrals tin I is ted byhem*I
dof.' tinie i t i dirtedo by chemist These are the disease in which Liquo-
of the hdighemt cl. The object t ito zone has been mo-t employed. In thcse
fix and combine the gasesMstormu into it h' earned its widest reputation. In
the system a powerful to n-ermici8e. 4 al of these troubles we supply the firrt
ontct with, Liquosone kill y s hormo hottlefree. And :n al- no matter howdii-
of disease remrm, because g~ms Si e ficult-we offer c.ch user a two months'
vegetable origin. Yet to t0hebodyiquo- further test without the ribk of a pennv.
one is not on'lr arhnls, but helpful
inl tht extrcr,-.; That is its main d "At sh--_L ,1
tinetion. Common termicide are potion Brun.h:n iI' Frev Indoef t
when taken internally. That is why BwelTr ,,u FL d crr
medicine has been Pso helptess in a er c.us Ma y i
dowa L.quoone is exhilarting, vi- Czu^ u P -:"
tsaitinc, purn in; yet no dimsea germ cnr-t'r,,. -- ,P ; s.iphi. '
canexIst in it. De-ntr- ID'ao' t2 '.- T !'.-: .
We purrhamd the AMrian rilhtst to : T'..-'. v"
AWiome after thounadk of teras had. rvuvso it Treou im

. b

,.4-'- fir. .ko t jue other

iOrtt & Ws .n n .............

S- .- t',i one has n slight .1. C. Van l ...... ....
f :f: i .th T':h t I tlt the lpant- The ;Pnsa'u:,ha lTor-nal.......
I,, I ,:' ;,. < n. i ;,na l thliu li C. B. ParkhlT ...... . .
t ., ;:: iC:, v ;, I2h oif T'I:'nt,4 Nava' St:rp F: r'r Co ......
: .. 11-.1 to B Wri?'t Co..........
: ,. ..* . 11. h is f; that the N .4 por' ...... ............
SMclarvid llyer Co ............
: .::. .. o.mon G. Buslhn-ll ...............
p.-I ;,. he ainnc n, A. A. Fisher. ...............
II .o- 'i, i i T Baars & Co................
of r". r::"-! r-rz.'ir, t 'o-::iiut pPrlh:-p by i'enancola Lunuber Co........
a l.r ;. i A1 s>me'wh'it F. C. Brent ................
nnnl --o-ii ;: p i- |"['<- i te:l by some John Shepard ...............
of the -l>il:inthl of tr .pical Asin. A. DiLustro .... ..........
These plai;ts lire about sevta years. Alex Zellus ..................
then all h ':'st out into a glorious mass D. Levy ......................
of hi '- )wers an'l then. die away. I. J. Dunham ................
le It :r be. huireds of acres Gulf Machine Co...........
ilenV' ., it i :lr he. huul reds of acr B
of- zr->il le'-t.!'. of the luxuriant\0. Smith & Son.........
Bart Pilots................
ve-et::tiob it previously supported. W. B. Lamar ...............
Scarritt Moreno ............
H- H Thornton ..............
J. B. Roberts. ............
J. P. Willigas (t............
T. A Jennntgs..............
Geo. W. Wrlght............
Cash .. ..... ..............
Quina & Guttman ............
V Frank Bellly ................
S. A. Prldman...............
D. Deasheisser .............
It to You to Try. H. o o ...............
iMarton e Qulna .............
W. J. &,3. Forbes............
SAlmot fornmsofrte N. Goldring ...............
Kidnley Troubles ULivr lblk .Cash .. .. ...........
Swomane Troubl WomeI's Elisi W. H. White & Co...........
Fever. ilanihmtton or catarrb-.m w ta Warren Fish Co.............
sonled blood --stlly inldkow agerm ."
In nerv-u dati ItyL Ao so amne satai, Pensacola Stables ..........
a eomscI artearmar ner i C. Thiesen ..................
SOc. Bottle Frw.. Southern Bell Telephone Co..
If C 1 r J. S McOaughey .............
Ifyou need LiquononenAhave never Armour Packing Co..........
tried it, please send us this coupon. We Dubuisson Bros ..............
will then nail you an order on a local Star Laundry ................
druggist for a full-size bottle, and will L S. Brown & Co.......,....
pay the druggistouroclves for it. This Judg H. Bellinger............
is our free gift, made to convince yo 0; Marks & Gayle ............
toilet the product its.af show vo what wift & Co ..............
it can do. In justice to your. pleaa Miss Fannie Hena'erson ........
accept it today, for it pluaC yoU uCom
no obligation whatv. McKeqie Oerting & Co., .....
Liquozone costs 5e. and -. Dunwody-Aiken Co ............
J. S. Robrts ..............
Citizens National .anb ...... 1
CUTp I i'L. O T I aN. R. R. Co., ..........
iem it a"t ima Itt sTo LiTme o nmie F F. W. Marsh .................
pea"0- .- wesia v, C-.ga R. M. Cary ..............
J. Ed. O'Brien ...............
my o... LW .. ..................... ...... ensacola Gn- Co ...........
Sh eebt I W Electric' Termnal Railway Co..
supply ma a "Iwn Ui w e IL
Spa Goulding Fertilizer Co........
.o..... ohn (. .Avery. .................
A .......... .... .... ................. .p. tine... . ..
J, W. Maloy ....l .... ...
S.................... *' Wefles-Kahn Co .... .. ....
A C RhbodesFutch-Col0ns c .. ....
I Givefulla4drc -'ei ay. A Moo;......................
PLoutbern Cetton Oil Co ........
errr.r B r- ner.. ..............
V A yph4CM.,32 orbt't Inot- ,c ZOMSK 1Aa P. Reese ..................
w Ibas r eta. m~k ehCQ P .me.. ..... ......
S- -.. c LAr o ...............

in mi
250 cc
50.0!i o


2 09 i
2 00.

10 0,

50.f i
5.0v i
5 00'
10 00
100. 0
15 OJ
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Is DIffy's

kaidherraleatding commit
ug mad analytical chemitt ,
ae tbht he lads Dulfyp
e Malt Whiskey perfect-
ly pre mad entirely free of
colori2 -fter, wood spir.
IN antd ftel oiL

sue buiderand invlgMortor,
which canbe sed by young
a old d~ nst id di-

ase, ryOMsd, eb il ty lo

mIussM where an e]c.dvt
thnic is requhred,"

A~Mt my aboratnry for o-hamsal euamw s'
On va e m rdotl pure and mstuely bSwt
W #ad na~h l alcohols (ff& eW ai weed
SMkd hml dWreidm*oloragmatmr. Cam.
ba d"lt NaOWhiseety, bhtA fom

N.a ss -eaO zl ~Kes pIsm. y
tad Ion, wa aw hbe mnmd by
&e Od waeM ""r wadien er A- M

DJLAL ZUX.mas"% II sasL i." VP4w2

Duffy's Pure Mat -Whiskey
hes boi peribed by doctor, and used eidu rely lm eAM* leaA fiSra hKinU
icine for hafa cntnry. It is the only positive preventive d ears of o uS 11 oweUt b Iet
coughs, colds, malaria, low fevers, indigestion, constipationa, andvs0ry 4m Ss, bowl mtCIr'b It
young and the young strong. Duffy's ontains no Assel oil "nd It Lthe aonly whv.r.seigbyS Ohs tbvem aMa a d

N. GOLDMNG, DIstrita

Marine Grocery Co............ "6.0 M LLO Y WORKING'
F. O. Howe & CO............ 25.00
J. C. Porter..... ............. 10 0
J. A. Chaffin .................. 25.00
Lion Brewery ................ 25 JO
L. Bear Co. .................. 50 03
Windisi. -Mh ,hauser Lrevin. e
... ..................... 25 0 NOW EN ROUTE TO ST. ANDREWS
l..Fiednanfl & Co....... .. .. 10.0')
Silllvan & Sunllivan ........ )10.0 TO LOOK INTO NEEDS TH tE
lr. E. C Bennet ............ 5 00
McMiUan Bros. Co. Mobil? .... 25 (0o -MARIANNA NEWS
. il l ...... ........ 0.0 0 '
F' 1. \\'l! a:ns .. .. . ........ 10. r
A\icktS & Co .. ................ .10.00 Special to The Jeiel.
IM P1errl........ ....... .. 4O1" -
F W. Cor'- Breving Co, ... 50 00 Mariana, Oct -W.- e Wm glad t t
Scr:.:or. R. Mallory .... .. 50 00 have the Hon. 8. R. Mallory with us.
L. w~' e')=rl ........ ..... 5 O') No man In Florida Xads alger is
1'. R. \tIe .. .............. l'. our people's estimation than oar *
i' T .n.................... 5.0
i '.Elm van ,lun ber Co ..... o tinable and efmlcient. enator. LAg d
Si,, v.ils..n ...... ..... 51 (' l na. he live to serve us and or loved U
!. 1 Bt .... ........ ... 5 *' land. We feel satisfed that w will t
... L \Vaims .. .. .... 1 o 0ret all that ila coming to us fro the
S ...... .. .... 10]00 o general government as IOra S w V
',,i l.- 1,. T: .. ;aI-.ee, .... C'() O) ke-ep the gentleman of the ld t-
\\ u. -.::; .' .. .. .. 25 )90 ime" to the front.
(' E 5 'r. .. .. .. 5 '0 Senator Mallory goes from bete to I
\! Q. 'Pon .............. b 00
\-:l'-o E. plo'rps at Mil!view 50 00 Chiply thence to St. Andrea Iy, I
. .. .. 5 ')0 ;) look after the iatemrt 4 Weet
: i-,:s o:a wa:r;nrnon........ 54.00 Florida for the keeping of the water
I :nl S C.tnc.ati ..a 520o00 at that point Is of vital taIortawce
l. :I 'van ......... 0 00
lalz. Whipple & Co.. Cincinnati 10 00 to St. Andrews and the whole.of West
Sunday school children of Bag- :lorida. He feels coonfdet we will
dad ................ 24 00 in the near future get an apropria-
C. H. Tlckman.... .... .. .. 5.00 tion from Contrs antis more con-
D. T. Willisn's & Co.. Milton.. 12.50
g L. ndershlmier ....... 5.00 fldent of continued exerton by our
Fscambia Land & Mfg. Co.... 50.00 esteemed representative, Jon. R.
Jefferson D. Stevens.. .. ... 5.00 Mallory.
(ash.. .. .. .. .. .. ........ 5.00 Senator Mallory will be at Si. A-
W M. Falk.............. 5.00
.es M. Andrews, county com- drews for ten days or two ObHs said
missioner.. ............ 10.00 will make a thorough exanlmUtI of
Colored List. the surroundings, tadinl to deepo-.
ing the pass. Inside we have water.
qig Zion Sunday scnoc' .... 5 00
M. M. Lewey. (Sentinel) .... 2 50ixty eet deep
Jos. H. James, .............. 5 00 The hotel of our town will soo 1
W. H. Harvey ............... 2 00 in the hands of Mr. Moss. Mr. Mos
I'osos Lyman ............... 1 00 has had suffclent experience ht the
iichard Morris ........ 5 0 hotel business to give the public en-
,'ash ..................... .
F. Andrso ............. 2 0, tire satisfaction and the getlemaa
larion Bhua ................. 1 00 of the grip will fnd the hotel up to
"reston Gordon .............. 1 00 and better than the average. Mr
St. Paul church ........... .. 5 millerr goes to Dothan, Ala., to take
Washington Clark ............ 5 001 the Thraher house. The citisems as
Whittleld Dupont ............ 1 00
Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue Iwell as the traveling public will re
Bantist Church............ 2 00 gret his leaving our city. May he be
Thos MNcMillan.... ... .... 1.00 successful where ever be @oea.( even
A Colore" Citizen ........... 5 fiing)
Aaron S..lohnson ........ 0 The air fishing .
\it. Zion Baptist Church ...... 3.21 The air is cooler a pnse a
Dr. Walhb Clark.. ...... 3.75 change. We have loved one a Por-
sacola and a frost would relieve
- many an anxious heart of the ten-
IN OLDEN TIMES sion it has been under for weary
'ays and weeks. The few cool days
People Were Content To Take Things and two light frosts killed or scattet
-.I the mlDsquitoes here. Now we
Easier Than Now. cAn sleep in peace.
If our forefathers could behold the
modern locomotives, automoa b les and ow to Cure Corne and Suniene.
electric cars. they would hold up their Firse soak the corn or bULB in
hands in astonishment. v arm water to soften it; thea pare it
The stage-coach was fast enough ,town as closely as possible without
then-people were more content to: !-awing blood and apply Chamberlaan's
take things easy. Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing vigor.
They used to be satisfied any sort ,i;siy for five milautes at each appli-
of a hair lotion that came along-if it action A corn plaster should be worn
Id not prevent Baldness there thought a few days to protect It firog the
it was because Baldness could not be shoe. As a general i(hlmeak for
prevented. cnrains, bruises, lunetes aid rhen-,
It't different now. People know that :mitsm. Pain Balm Is unequaled. For
verms cause Baldness and that New- Pie by all irugglits.
bro's Ile'-pclde kills the ge m, thus'
curing Dandruff and preventing Bald- BUY COAL NOW.
Sold by W. A. VYAlembert druggist This 's the last week of steamer
and apothecary, 121 South Palafox Irices on coal Buy now alttt bene-
street. Sen 10c. in stamps for sam- Pt of low nr''es. Consumers eIe &
p'e to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, 'r." Co., Chase and Tar:agona. Phone
Mich. j259.
Hooton's Pharmacy-4h Birthplaoce iooton's Pharmacy-the Sr thplace
of prompt delitvery*. Sa all night. of prompt delVe9.' O M f Mght.
Phone 1100. Phone 1100

har* 2-so a Death1"
Carlyte-all unwittigly, I gfant.-
Bt oat the old world af mrt
whieh was Itnaugrated by the am
Adam-that world Ia which mana's
Ih wit and wisdom have borne so '
iga away, sad human nature aorwI.
ngly shows Itself at best a meI jl :
leTround of heaves aad bell. aN
on. on the coatrary--bt I Ulkeaf '
mncasloie me of hisL muon. I 6s
ait-rinas l tat better world toaew.-
ated by the weed Adam. In which da
lat the drl spirt is aprmne ad
mrr nature, s eaquently toebahd by
that nspiratIton beilns forth tmmase
late trait-that is, 1l those spoUtaml
m Prae of oart ad mind and sa.
s which lb ar haew e pwe to rt
eem to eterMal taoceoM prea
ad self oblIvioa. In shork Cartyl1 :
he last fasp of a worldla I sluim
he death rattle of an anesent bWt al
ays Macsy pywbiml ad ma SM-
*ty hausted Uft.ofGo"ftme.MMam
hoe aI cead s eou Om 1f -uds t
sp but ly at dspar. to Mil a
wa tar ma's earthly f.toit w Hi
am Is r., tI Atlaatte.


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Sulphur Powder,

Sulphur Candles

Formaldehyde Lamps


Druggist and AP aScry,
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befre 1.sttittes Commemeed.

U*ft!Sii by thb s a- W tr T s.T
uad eMe -l ***i ara a a*er imn
and sadvidoal members am samelties
asetrd aa Uagh as, dit, r Ma e veaW "
-" r what doM es a L bsh e
"iT aAta (Orft with he t *M asie
give taxpayers an Mea that tm is
something dolng."
'"O what does a Legfslatmr eoMatr'
"Of a senate, a oine. a lobby, a doesn
lawyer; about $5,000 ln caah sad lota of
"What is Congress?
"A larger body of mea selected by the
railroads and trusts and surrounded by
more tepptatious than a Leglature."
"How is It fordedrT
"Of a senate, a hobs. aunitmted boodle
and more or less prereattves."
"What is a p: wraativer"
"Stealing government land, whacking
up with rings, selling laide Information
to speculators cad beading of committees
appointed to investigate the Beef Trust
and the railroada"

"A Lettelature lsa body of me
mrroeuu*dd by Truta.
"Correct Johnny. You look pale and
dr&kaad you may now take your at."

Roo--What was be nAylf about me?
Dck--Oh, othan much. except that you were so old

and tough that hey couldn't even use you for boarding-house

O ebker th. 18-Two 4undred and elghty-seve years ago today Sir Wal-
tw flti ewas beheaded Find Ral~b.

A Preesatloeary MeasUe.
Tommy-Papa. why do people at mid-
night on All Hallowe'en look In a glass?
Colonel Bourdon-I don't know, my
child, unless it's to make sure that there's
no water in It!

"I used to be fool enough to believe
everything I read In the papers," said
the fat man with the disconsolate look,
"but I've got bravely over that."
"Get thrown down?" was asked.
"I did. I was living It a fiat in New
York. and on the same foor was a family
with seven children. They were such a.
terrible nuisance that when I read In the
papers th t certain mosquitoes carried
about the germs of typhoid fever I went


L Tai '

.; AA BaralM.

Th, Nrser-T4MWlli~ you have three new little brothers.
Tft Kid-Hu LJs' pose they are cheaper wholesale



Wnae to stop Ia.
Sakr-I call this aloon "the Counterfelt."
ee'sr O-Why ardtop
O nb wav It's bard to pam.


v ism owo b-v
rm soft oesmmwt
Mr. -
"U' oy

I in No M kV nWO*&*%I VMS"W MSo

bmt b, FM paodsoM -n

"I ebght a thousand of th u"

out in the country and caught a thoaand
of them and baooght them home and
turned them loose in that other flat."
"And the children all caught the fever
and died and left you in a state of peace
and happinessT'
"Not by a jugf ll! I made as ass of
myself In belevting that artile la the
"As to how?'
"As to the fact that everyone of those
kids came down with whooping ecugh In-
stead of typhoid ever, and the way they
whooped her up and whooped me into
another fat makes my heart ache yet!"

Investigator to Presdent of life Insur-
snce company: "Here is a cheek for $48,-
(OO drawn to the order of Blank. Will
you tell me what services be rendered?"
President scratchingg his head)-"I dan-
"Here is another check tor $T7,000 In
favor of another Blank. What service
did he render?"
"I- I really can't remember."
"Well,, this third check to a third

"Wbat are yro dutl*aIs
T. fnergt thmkag."

Blank fo Sr,000. Yo must urey re-
member about kbat?
"I can't say I do."
"What! Yoe can't remember "
"Hardly ever, bat I think-I thial-"
"What b you thtak?"
1 have a dam m-manbmmee that be is
my bresfth-naw or seeWthg or same-
"And easPre this eem r
drewa.mMp a t M$s wan a W

He w ta stieta n two dad a~ hM
first visit t the Mt seum of Natural His-
tory. After wandering abotor, a spell
he approached the director and said:
V'Slr, I obserrv.th4 yo bhaveplrummy
7.000 years old in your collection."
"I want to bu, lt" '
"But it is not for sale."
"Can't you stretch a point in my favor
and fx a satlafactq price?"
"Certainly not. 'Wha on earth do yo9
want of a mummyr"
"Well, this is mylrat visit to the city,
and before I left home my wife asked pe
to bring her back a souvenir. I asked
her what It should be, and she said most
any old thing. I tank that 7,000-year-old
mummy Is old enough to ill the bil, and
I wouldn't mind gotn& as high aa $15
if you'll pay the freight charges."




0I~,r l~Lrrr

MB wTor*e I 3e- I h B a
Hard Up-Tea. deae.?u '4W'. eWid #A,~

-I. Presemee Eeeesswy.

Blhaedd-My folU May. that f 1I sgo home Thankaotvlng tbe mn R the
fatted calf!
Miss Sharpe-Te- I oppose If you didn't go bore there would be no fatted calf



WhY CupM gtves his fatal shove,
?Tere In a paadoa-Pray earm It-
TW eaamet keep a woman's love
PNsrS wo nasten to rot-- **
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iL SM e tiM oes lm9 M X ^ Apeaesi rates m rn*t.
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Would You Travel

the Road to Wealth

aad to comfort d Mi ian yourold o a
TImbuy a e of desirable real etate, get it
"id ior. h awy the deed and fowget you he
it, buy iobaerpieeaod do the s u9 way -
with& teft. piae anld so on When old age
a~0mA on you will be well provided for.
Ve ae a number of pites that might be
Clsed -gi which m ey be paid or in

mw *am ----w i.ai *it Pi iN.

tw o lwM t &

V~ve~isalema )Want-






*am.00 t rooms an, adjoins Mr. Las Jaco-
will buy a four rom nhoue o* a St by' sew place at Pisherville. Desir-
Rm a just east of Tarago.. BaR ts able home for both winter and sum-
mr.. ........... .......... $1 .00
will buy a four room hoe~, *W DO YOU
Romana and Coyle streets, reantig r
$8.00 per month. Waet to buy, sell, rent or lease prop-
$9IOM erty, borrow or lend money. If no,
will buy three houses, Norh Mayan call on or write us at 200 and 201
St., renting for 11.i per mmh. Thesen Building. .
will buy three houses, North aye, ---
(new) renting for $21.00 per math.
It will pay you to I te any S. BROWN &
of the above. Good t ra t Is ob- S* B @ W %O1& Co
talned from any of them, while the
property increases in value. "WE SELL LOTS"

204% 8.L Panmfox L FIO MltM. r' RATM--re atanatitv nf n'l

For Sol&

newspapers on hand for sale. All
clean, and whole. Only 5c a hundred.
Apply this office.

Plato Water for sale by A &ra ALL IO, R $1.00-10 lbs. Granulated.
stores and Ast-lasM. grU Whole. Snga pod Our Own SO cts.
sale by Jan. Mcaju."OW LO
,e by JaV.. Mcg o Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-
Pluto 'Water tea-. ak by al d lug ]Pwder, this powder is equal to
storm ad lrstlam grer.. s Wt Royal that costs you 50 cents per
sale by J*. M, .~ 8oct. poW. New Orleans Grocery Co.
_- ..... .... -

200 lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.
No Taxes! No Interest!

Thos. Pebley,
Offite Cor. Romana ani Palafox Stk
Phone 559.

ram R.E,,T

FOR RSINT--aloon and fixtures, cor-
Aer Barcelona and Zarragossa.
Ready for occupancy. Apply to Mrs.
Glai ini, 35 S. Spring street. 2601w*
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnish-
ed rooms for rent. Apply at 400
N. Hayne street. Oct26
FOR RENT.--Large house suitable
for boarding bouse, 240 E Intenden-
cia. Apply J. X Dubuisson & Bro.
FOR RENT-A five-room cottage,
1105 E. Cervathes, 2 blocks from ca:
wi.h gas, bath and screened. No.
Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Hardwaie
Dept., Forbes' Store. 13octlmo*

FOR RENT.-Realdence lately o
eiild hby Dr.. W. R Hall No. 111

erSgia. Fieri a aJ Alabua ii aw ; j .
CarrakeHl lsaikssee ald 0Gor i, .ailreaJ Jo.
Schedule. iaing t5fic. MM y 6 L9 .j
Sunday Sida
Southbound No. 1 only oniy
No. 3 No. Nu.J
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry).... 12:20a m 7:50a.m
Lv Macon (C. of Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.a 11:35am
Lv Cuthbert.. .. ..... .... 7: 50a.m 4:05p n ... ....n...
Lv Arlington.. .... ...... 9:10a.m 5: 1p m ......
Lv Balnbrldge.. .......11:00a.m 6:55p.m .0a a .....
Ar Tallahassee .. .........12:55p.m 8:40p.m 0.O-a m .......
Lv Tallahassee (S A.,L Ry) 1:53pm 4:00a.m ........
Ar Jack'ville. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:50a.m ....... .......
Lv Tallahassee.. ........ 2:00p.m 8:00a.m V I.a ni 8 50p L
Lv Soenoppy..... .... 3:14p.mi 10:00a.m : ?.9a-n 9:56p.
Lv Lanark.. ..........3:45p.m 10:4ud.m i): 05a.I l#:I2t;pwm
Lv Carrabelle.. ......... 4:00p.m ........ 10:15a.rm 10:35p.ma
Ar Apalachicola. .. ..... 7:00p m .......
Sunday Sunda)
Northbound only only *
No. 2 No. 38 No. 0 No. 4
Lv Apalachicola.. .. .. .... :30a.mm ... .... ........ ........
'Lv Carrabelle .. .. .. .. ..:30am 2:00p.m 6:00p.m 4:30ajm
Lv Lanark........ .. .. 11:45am. 2:20p.m *6:45p.m 4:45a.m
Lv Sopchoppy. .... ....12:14p.= 3:14p.m 7:21p.m 5:15a.m
Ar Tallahassee.. .... .... 1:30p.im 5:00p.m 8:35p.m 6:30 a
Lv Jack'vllle.(S. A. L..Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
Ar Tallabassee6(S.A.L.Rr.).. 3:10p. 10:00p.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahassee.. ........ 1:25p.nm 6:35a.m 8:45p.m 6:35a.m
rv Bainbridge.. .. ..... 6:25p.m 8:27a.m Ar102Sp.m 8:27a.m
Ar Arlington .. ......... 7:25p.m 10 16a.m ........ 10:16a.
Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11:55a.m ........ Arll:35Sa.u
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15lam 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:$5a.nm 7:Sp.m ........ T:5lf
NOTICE: :-Tral Nea. 7 6nd m will depart from, and arrive ,
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for TraIn 5, leVIngl Balbriidge Sundayr at 6:20 a. m. wIN be
n *.. *th.. *ffta f the Callahan rocearv Company.

i-- ,,,--,, o S Lo Mo. it -31. .. Vw aa f bloc k 2, Mla General Manager. Tav. Pa. Agt. Gen'l P-
aa tb Awe PS7 fee t mb. -- .. .... AtX, y 137 te" o Bay
-ga 4 1ao".tAeM .Sate ,40.0 Boulter on P rsk.e e 3ly rop*rty adjoi s DIR eC TOR V -
se Sat O AyE O Z OSl.aA l1 iew dwn t CoENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL. LE U ect any or all bid. Bid
A^ -y_ ...a il W"*" .-- .gai. Vecovich buhtar l dI., ay. d tto e baycan never be There will be a meeting of tahis dresed to A. M. McM
i i ...r gg ... P l e ANTDMe sad bs w.s. to South Alcanis. P.O. Se4. p h.abstra-ted. wUClubb4 SOfly body on, t At .ad third A-edn. ... Board County CommssIoi
po ......tio.n sa 591. 2octSt j-R a" poe. y of ach month at 7:30 p. m. All IN STATES U co, Florida, d should...
te0 06..9 L B Aros .o. . n _. it F O R ." tw o M a t a tw f. v a t O s e ant. W R O B TF o rt e . a th,, O.r oo T Ce
_~r agt -e C.. iO, 0t. ) o, ( Three Tley guarantee all woptP. Prlea d so.a. e accopne I der. Secretay^.h N a s17, 4ad g, Notice i hereby rven
i- sim m. A. W Mwhole- ,der at Gree WAtss or phone Jqudic.. 28Sept. PecomT Led, No 3. of P ath ret "endofo before the Honorable Fr.
p-ay e --aler. P. 6 Sr. WANTe1D.- ior e ede 93. O -bad rg meets every Monday eveg at 7:30 he ing nd win e paid fSor ter, Judge of the Crelt
-. .... dit3os.. Will **er o'lock at tf lr Castle Bor a t .ee oal. T,..,P per wio o be o. ,, A lordaT
em ewo A T mtre 4 gO iv whiteca rr ia a w Ir - accre I interest at the oB e of the order auto
.... May 1.. 5. It .... ,- &gaoMAn o lager uant-ty lO. Moamm. |o SAL Lap-TWs psIs Vc k e c e Ar Bta of oaver,- her- infant e i ld, Aule R
att.:TIlw f n r.RLA a wUI, bo clo k a.m on the o
_SS-- ? A m e i, yL a wa IlnW3 if ^ a., .ohip ehandls by A'pin oo lm1 r o or male. haer w9iew 5daLstemiBeS Ntcl Ik a. lven the Ild
A .. .. . .... .... ...* i. L ocs Ca. ea 7 tla i c n eneve rICx SIh wl Cba a vembTtOf A.l D.. e190, or as

... .a rn e MT. e ( o .T c e wt o e ,SMalo .9 O l t o' loek ee n3 oT th ird a :e 0 1ml t otoaw4w.t S .
-001 a aetl 2r fo a* A t Co.* Phom w t S t Kre rq s t ed r, ouanb nted October 18thN 190c.Pa eav ooe.
..i. .... In '1Or FOR SA f.--I am tlorad ft te Aw l W ams b. hdeina, s ou t O ee of Southern Sta
SI am w i .-sa may bor Fire sahd sDgIl P Ue ta RatoM8 AND wf RD--A few board- t Noer a I d. hTAToMlENr. .Com Ry, Peieola. I
eat s t sAt 58L__M Br-s. - g sa O.Vaut.. F re of a --e, ate18 m Belmont h Vod btena W m ad M uder eetlom i, Chapte 4115, tober 19th. 190.
mI tbhM a s a- .a tr 1sr mWU-Ctnaien l ba _i0p, L toa( re3W. eBem 7oct. m ew-al l"aokd Laws of Fooridw, nhowoag the uaats h Ntice is hereby given t
,ftim A -MA n e-aevaaa. wpait dlarse Ln a Company of Cila RO 11oer 1 of axeN char 3erL to the tax t ofPav anu al Meeting of the Stoc
maNther e Sydn k Commcat with me for a WA WAN Gregry . O f m l the Southern States Lu
s ,eS, .sv.e- 1odtcms -titag of the apportionment of ua e to athe A eeverl City of Pensacola, on the

ste and sellag god Whss W..-*Partles IB meat If W Sfrp 28J, n Columbus funds for which such tlaxe have bees November, A. D. 1
tw a -A 49 Teme g i lea p s: be e N s 77 of oth If- o ka t No. W t Intene. C school t At m.id iti hs p )4
teer. V. Pger & a a~t .... .. Ii l r M b l. ,w*. e OA r .-r o b aomer ; ye w men et street on every Total a.m.. un. to... .a . B r b o .itg a po
S ,eggt. a.,ptmo .r u ash, Prop prefer.. re Apply or address No. 17 Monday evening ,g charged to taxes $82,671.95 sc the proposition to 1m
A Aaa%. y. Sotom 7:80 Ao' nk. nIAn. Amount collect. percent Mortuyio onyd
ft aperuses wae ao been wAf *OT 3a gt aid ay* o vlsltlg Klig1 0tt t,1908al
dm-e ntma e vand a go o o- .a1 and17 an til o o t a le eroM t ED Oi JOmsa igh t Balance ......, $,782.49 (Singed) F. P. BIN
Sin paf PL T a s1 keprs thrt p si. tos or Milt you and served you wt th e beas yeo enMent trade Coll ouetd. D. 06unPO Grand Kntht.
a**Vlea pMwh auble. o.Newe Sat lowest athpue 1o. County tax prop- t 1oct ow wk.

0 U t a Ila to Iter mp. .-t i1a. *aL ar A ore g ai Co., Ja~s McHugh, Prop.on foeXfM

__ Pemasse.5 LeSg = 4. L 0. I --i Amount collected Notice of application ort
ath ~ It o l At YL FVER NeRSE. dsacola Lodge O. to Oct. 1, 1905.. 20,342.96- 3 433.63 wll] lqors. wines and b
j.B g to tn a-"- to lU Mtr YLLO FV N F a*meets every Thursday eveIng at 7:I0 C1ount col a,. mehas
as unro pto-The Mob le ot1 stoc latend tac@. S arat J.-- hasne street. tVesnewhall N. West Int tax ..........$37,794.57 Board of County Oemmml
MFro. Mew Oe!s1. 3 Itene. amn Mrs. J. J. Roger s nursed yellow ar Vlslp brthrn cordla.'l- Amount collected coneambEa county, Florida,
we -. u _a a N. a obe ayal_ . Ba fever very success nully through v- inved. w. GSa STINsON, o 1.9 3,07.91-4 4,48.2 cpe t to
___ nowts- M. -and be er .t m. .Uol nd New Ora.S and noot ra n u in election dim
WANT-The public to know that town shipment mlMt WIm oers her services to those requiring RESRKA TER bridge tax ..... a $1d 97.0 said county and tae; an
PLUTO WAiI3 will cure Cotr. . S. M C -ah a trained yellow fv aurse. reuirn ai,.ER. be 22d n d ate;la
WAat---l"r-oe-" to n that paton, Stomach and Iver troubles. FOR SAL-One Chol bioet e top her l.t 1408 Kast Gaohden or phone 853 eW/ 0 e Mody alghta to Oct. 1, 1906..12,629.54 67.48 if any there be, at the me
cr Mtin aof S Imr be tlte o r m ale waJlnle mad retail, by, of tm ridge a1 of the n .S-4 gs. 10ooctm 3 o clo i L 0. I PaIL n tCounty Fine and1.1r- th be .t Ril o e
t Fine.-, ud a "or me b corneld on:" yosd
Sandt C eritia. ew Oris as Isjwin-M octY. railway, between 7t and ~rA ron. .. L astr erwHYted to 'e forfeLBture ta...$ 8, 10.6 day of December next, wh
g-asgy eOO a c. asMsgh Pre. Nature as favored the Me. ald It -present. M. 8. DRHAY N. Amount collected Ti t should not be granted.
M-SAAP. trcannot b y aAed. to Oct. 1, 1905.. 7,93.48 417.15 lillian Clerk of the Board

o 1i L a. P LUTO WAbe R- oar O.a tlOon, A M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets first, an County bond tax $ 2,493.19 Coomissioners, Ecamble
WAimD.-The pMBic naMow that ,T and Stomach lNtall For third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. Amount collected torida. By ons. Y. Aymar
Ssale, wholesale and.retail by Jas. Mc JUT OP ND-the Hayne street m ., Raord Hall, No. 10 West Intern to Oct. 1, 1905.. 1 715.57-4 777.62 Clerk.
J s. New, Or Gor. oONNDe gs rl a ush.en o.-. Mmt Market, corner e. Brainard denca Street.
e[athrr l ty, or is g Hugh. an- "N. Hayne. Fresh meats and veg- A. G. FLL, Pres. Balance ...... ..........t 6 ,782.49 In Escambia County Cir
aa at raes Laeaae a "maA FOR SAL--Beatiful a New d E bless of all descript ons. W. W. J. L. SWEEY Sec. A.M. MMO ate of Flord in Cha
O hIfmin. as *ase citygTrr. act -Noa'312. lso 2 -- arp. TeWlhinCrer gjt c12 r A. S Ck: th MtcrN otater of Flord. D n C. a fn
-paytertn s, City. T7edt No3 la. u o rM U od ie, Prop. Telepe No. 1e3d5. "t W. (Seal.) Clrk Ctir t Court. Thompson. by her next f
Arn ame.seooe -eaeae Apply to A. M. M 2el, Ort oias O tlmc By L. G. AYMARD, D. C. Virginia Martin. vs. Geor
AMas wre Pee. 0as*. &T 8.. Su. T weAnN ot u apmg L ve Oak Camp Na. 1 to vroa Wr a a son, alias George Gleco. all.i
--. 1 He 18bSaLkma pmmgl |e ear rt FOR SALE.--ShlDgIes sal WoW foJ 8l RENTAL SUSINZ88 is our meets ia Pythian Hall 1st and r? TREASURY D.UPARTMENT, Office tine Gleco. Bill for d
e e Me W s lnee ale. Apply to C. L,. Crrhteof' speialty nad yuar buateass wN. Wednestdys ind mo Vingtln of the Suderviing Architect, Waoh- Monday. the t rlay of Jan
aIr -wholesa "s -atM--a sw gr ers sa am a se" e a J.m A. Wil-e I W. Mill. Just west of Musog warf. ave careful attention. D. Hale Wi. sovereign co A. BO HnvitedC C gton, D. C., October 23, 1905.- 1906, the defendant, Geor
I W. 1it e7ta bulaut of & CAo. LSLIT0E E ROO h. Clerk EALED PROPOSALS will, be re son, alias George Gteco. all
asem. 8mSa eP on Ua ceived at this office until 3 o'clock p. t ne Gleco, i required to
a k.e. Hll, SAeither leda whole n blo Call at The Journal oee and get W. O. W. C., Ok Grwe, -No. 4, m. on the 27th dlat y of November, 1905, the bill filed agnst him
W*WD-TW e work o a MONKI L, twenty lots 4tx1h7 1_-n cld eih or old newspapers at 5c a hundred. Clean Woodmen Circle meets last Thursdaa aae then opeedJ, for the construction order to be published once
St l at and whole. Good for wrapping paper of each month at 3:30 p. .. 3rd floor of a Hospal Whar. ., at Santa for eight (8) oonecutive w
m c m o ll .BeeMn Buildi ~ r owthus to pImut Sgafmatting Whtn building. southwest corner P .os Quarantine station, Pensacola. Pensacola Journal, a news
A-I Iamt m da D wdastr etc. 1 "- SAerparticulars. C SWGo.e Palafox and Garden streets Vsitin Florida. in accordance with drawing lished in said i cabla couu
-- L life, B- r O 24auglm. rS A PREY4 PTIVA.try. Lewis an ,- sovereigas cordially invRed. Mrs. W.bayd spetication, aaptes l which asy McMtllan, Cserk Cir2uit Ow
limla enY LOA3 atC ai Pnw' oolet . .... ..-.--- Malarial and Chill Curb. *. cur.s A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs .'4. B Olsen, be had, at the discretion of the Svper- G Aymard. D. C. Pensa
Alamels. Mama w M~ em rt m a O To aURTON r al Ia 8tma. to stay cured. It is a good tonIc. a Guardian. vu cng Architect, by applying at tha October 27, 1905. 2
WAT-*haf~em aBaeiM C etugs h0aloaded tree ood liver regt la W. You need it at ..... office or to the Medical Ofcer In
WAT om.-- Seo r s a4B seller top a ol* "All M .hers: tow e phote his time of the year. On sale at all command, at Pensaeola, Florida.
dAmk. WrI e P. O. o Oa3 lS r-da tll44 -phs 20te ntha. SA crtme a leaN druggists, or at Lewis & Co., ast THE JAM0E K 0 X TAY OR. P r.e ,
wMLo W0 .y0 os "k ljan Government t;eet. Price, 5c.N Servising Architect.S

a --a m - M & J J. R g r ha s nurs d y el lo -' ...n on r lO. m. S H O R 26 Oc 6ts-eod
a mll j l iS aiBu ni ness4 rn l erem 192 na ca"r drye. Pcr f4fley taro to sace for traveling pu blit. D sily i ..IN Noticeo of D;olution.
..M* ------------.- ,.. I.. "^ "" ^, Not ichwi Is hereby given tb/0t the firm *TA .' ?A.
S_ ft, l Ce W of Standard Cleth-ag C. vice each Jay t.hProw hipley to Bay-.In an. N i w of Mend l & Selix, at 9 ast ntenden-.
P ARaE ete greet 1 LL FR 1-i b r 4mrs J e c0l l cia .vre.t. has be1 dissolved by mu- GBAtO
beseSL M OSR $11n ibM. OranFulated RNtual consent. Mr. 1endal rtlring from r IRET-CLASS P t..
3Le. Parche MXcha amd 1.t-TEAL sand Now, Chca. Ore t e d o h., bIness., Mr M. 9eliC will con- FREIGHT .EkVIC
--.. PAlAFO t. Aiderasy Bakklag POt, ow POdE1r re bry the r ad we will vrr at the samq stand. 28oct. -Bgtwgea

PMLmwcanaJ, Ri i a s 0 per pound. New Orle4 GIV aa *yloeN AMIodgeA0,os WANTsED. pa.RekcohAs MoAm tC

to cease worryla-g. Lt The Jemars tateat. t ~ ear***ease FOK SALE CH3AP--M$ I r-yeej 'ratI'ts ltthln eleased. prse T, cars. r | h forudiong ORaWby eMlLBr
Went Ad tolve ke prob we t pSan l old e.FerkshL heC1 to0" Duke y.09ed on rtort 14tte. No :' r .- a ,, ,'5 F3r dn .and Baldwin couu y nMd atn points on tt O
c ar m e" ofrctn a w be INSsenFlorida. Nod. 6c,,23. Alm so .e ...e -.. .O =PWs c-I. it'; ti La.U .oa r rr let on9 ',, c HFin
Mat QW'the6s4100118CrIflatA Ofr R young pigs. l si.btw oatb anold 1oa., al r :i -laduary let s oreiurLt
dbe is b a ~ ta t lem Ms w aL registered "ana tranaserred Carl Set- ', )Mr Ivstem in Cj ol ..". Sy the Hoar!. I rtO .
w w e Uie i the octge.te terand, Chipley, Tr. 1diSt o; ahor yte noo.fa an'd e.ia. .,, a o H:.,, on,'rs or i.eamr a ',oe M.j
I .ST-A bound apeckle; veryol; r. ols al. .,- L al y ,,,., .tJ oc.
S M.. answers to mneof t "Bos." Rewara FOR SAL .--KP'ine Horses and M-Il,'af t oymach e:F. rs met "t :a rioldaA.. r A.: ew .I
1 t returne te S .de Hale, Ia es R saIo- e a all itmes. 8 ur" I .,N, t . aof lla, o. . .. run.. a ola Car'ee a
f l'M M Brs., 481 8. Palabox st. :sieading.w*S p city. w nts r t o ve. s1.. For ca $ W ." .-P':- '.op. Iele-, .'- No 20o S.e aal.
06-.. mWl nO!tA" 110111119.. M "sIM 7Jr.- coratdiHoukl! VfOcutIOD a.ay

VILLELOLC, =. .COL.HALThY, X- LOST.-Memoran-luzn book containing
C49LLENT rkIABLE, -ACORESS cowractors' bills aul par ra.
VANCE'S StALLAL.StA;= j.Qwad orre m2 o o. i1* 2 rualvice.
as 'wad os e' Jwria

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The bay Mettae Tiptil has the rol- The following irculW.l 1 i I &
.... t. t .t has .. Issued by the Public Heaftlt and .rl
towtag reltive e the Baldwin cou-I Hospital Service sad seat broadat a "
ty osnut house 'angle: over the country. It to being dItplaY- S(UK Y G CDDI L
Netwitbstmdiag the fact that Judged ec in all postoffces ad othe" proaud,- SI I U
8amel Browse is at Daphne and i&Inent places and will, no doubt, have U New a( ement
makla 1 all posaie effort to get the .an excellent effect: A deihtfl rort M mune fro
Sherf and Clerk to. oin him there. Noe M Jtoe-No Yf Fever. ever, olers to refugees elegant ac.i
many came to IEy Mlnette and re- Treasury De3atent. feroffratons and board at $25 per
ported Bw duty. There was nothing Be Bwe amoth, 7.fda 0 per weekrd verythine
doiag of course. but all were heartily Public Health Maitne "sth 70 per week very
disgusted with the attempt being Hospital rvif. ir-clas
made to drag people to Daphbe and Note.-The measures herein aean
none were slow to give expreson to t oned were recommended by the Armay URP IE IL
their aestiments. Rumors of all medical board of 1900, and h e been UTINE I
kinds were in the air. Judge Browne endorsed by the American Public ,
at Daphne, after hwilng called his Health Association and by the MrrstC
court to order, and placed fines International Sanitary Convention ofi Millan Bros. Co.
against several supposed offenders, American Republics. They have also
seat up to Bay Minette Monday night been Justified by the experiences and ManufactureMr
and early Tuesday morning hip lile- observations of the two working par- MOB ILE. ALABAMA.
temasts elled on Probate -Ju4ga ties of the Yellow Fever Institute of
Smith Wfth what amounted to a de- this Beureau An Ve-a Ccrz, Mexico,
u0d for the arrest of the sheriff an; and by the commission of the Pasteur
clerk. Judge Smith, in his usual qu In statute of Paris. Frar.ce, operating in i
was, ret ed to be a party to any Rio Janeiro, Brazil. The measures
S.Uht proceedings. Then a demand have been tested' successfully on a
fahrm Jdge Browne was personally large scale in Havana. Cuba, and dur- NaVal Stores Market.
,arved pon both the clerkandsher- ing the yellow lever epidemic at LAre- Savanaiah. Ga., Oct. 27.-The naval
If to at once report to Daphne, which d, Texa s,j n 1903: stores -arkel caused to-day as ol.
Were also received in good spirit. The infection of yellow fever is car- lows:
About soon the Daphne people left rie' by mosquitoes, and by no 'her WW.. .. .. ..............5 60
and t was then that the movement means is the infection spread. WG.... ...................5 40
S t was the n that th move t I w Persons take the disease' by being N..................5 30
for an al election took form. ha t was de- thn bitten by mosquitoes that have pre-i M ........................ ..5 20
on all sides that something iousl7 bitten a yellow fever patient. K... ...... ..............5 05
be dome to hasten aU election by theI TTe mosquitoes to become infected I ...........................; 85
people an this court house question i
people od thereby is c court house the rbquesti ust bite a yellow fever patient dur-. H.. ........ .............4 80
Strer action of any opt man or evening the first three days of his attack. G .. .. .. .. .. ... .....45
court, a question which is clearly These mlrt three days, therefore, are F.. .......... .. .. 70 to 4 75
within the province of the people the most important time far prevenL- E .. .. .. .................4 36
w f ina te province of the people to ing the access of mosquitoes td a fev- D................. .... 4 15
naily decide. Mr. Joe Frost, o Per- r patient. C ...4 05
Sdido Statloa, called for a mass meet- It is often difficult to decidee during Spirits Turpentine, 68. .cents.
. tng to be held at three o'clock. It the first three days whether a patient
I was twelve then, but at three p. m.. has yellow fever; henee the necessity
Between aty and sixty people, be- i threatened communities of placing COTTON
I sides a umber from Bay Minett A- a mosquito bar immediately around O I
r sembled Ln the court room. Mr. W. every patient who has fteer of any The following cotton quotations are
SR. Mclet at Montgomery Hill was kind, and for three days at least. Reported for The Journal daily by C.
SM. Cad blr a Lottihe meetwas and R. Fcts About Screening. Center Elmore, F. 0. B. cotton broker,
Smretary. A form of petition to tnee 1. The netting used should have Pensaeola, Fla.:
G eowr rwa dlscumaed and one adop- meshes fine enough to prevent the pas Good Middling.... 1..........10%,
ed. It was5 once .resented for sig- sage of mosquitoes (at least 18-20 'Strict Middling .. .......... i
r nature sad all signed upon the spot. meshes to the inch.) Middlingc......... ...... ,...
A metm "as thea umade to indorse 2. It is important to Screen the wn- i Strict Low Middling. ..... .'L..
the lrk and sbertin their' olcial'dows and ooors of the house. It isl Stains and Tinges Flt6 1 -nt lower.
action t remaining at Bay Minette doubly important to screen the beds
sad holing their records here. I of fever patients. INew York QuotatioW *
was carried unanimously by standing 3. Mosquitoes can bite through mos New York, Oct. 27.-Th" follow--g
vote. The resolution adopted relative quite nets when any part of the pati- are the ruling cotton quotations to.
to an election was brief and to the a' body is in contact with the net- day.
point. "Resolved, That an election L= .I II Open Close
be called to permanently locate the 4. Frequent examinations should be January ......... .....10.42 10.0
ot mat otBaldin count Ala- made to see that there are no torn March.. ...... .- ..10:60 10.70
hbam fro Dahne to Bay Minette places in the netting or that no aos- December. .. .: .....10.t9 10.48
In sd count e t B Minette quitoee have found a lodgment in-
dtoU this time on the election peti- side- Liverpool Q;otationrs.
tion-will be Ia the hanns of all thee 5. The netting ahoul' be well tuck- Liverpool. Oct; 27.-The fqllp.WiWIn
people ad ready tor stignatures, 'i ~ed in to keep mosquitoes from enter- ate the ruling cotton quotations to
onu believe ih giving the people of1 6 If mosquitoes are found within day:
old Baldwin a voice in their affaira, .. netting they should be killed in- Open Clo.0
it yo believe in a square deal, it you, sde and not merely driven cr shakeni Dc .-Jan..... ......... 5.61 5.65
believe we have a right to locate our!. Dec.-Jan........ ...... 5.65 5.65
county sent at any old place, then.out.
county at any old plae, theni 7. All cases of fcver should be eb.- Mch...........5.70 5.7
sig this petition and let the peoplepromptly reported to the local health Apr.-May ........ .....5.73 5.73
decide it themselves. Vote the Coui ocer Awaiting his arrival they June-July... ........ 5.75 5.76
SHouse where you think it should be. -od b covered with mosquito bar. Nov.-Dec.. .. ... .. .5.61 5.61
Vote for Daphne or for Bay Minette. Facts Bearing on Mosquito Destruction Jan.-eb...........5.68 5.68
but VOTE and settle this controversy j 1 Mosquitoes live in the vicinity
for all time. The good name of old'iL which they breed. They uo not of
Baldwin demands that we do this ten fly a long distance. you will destroy the mosquitoes.
right thing and do it now. 2. Mosquitoes breed only in water 7 -Empty the water from all tubs,
A-usually in artificial collections of buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, once
A CARD. fresh water. every forty-eight hours.
This is to certify tnal all druggists 3. The young mosqtfito, or wriggler, 8. Fill or drain all ponds, d!!elies,
are authorized to refund your money lives in water at least seven to twelve unfilled postpoles, and the like.
it Foley's Honey and Tar fails to2 4. Although the wrigglers live In 9. Change regularly every o ay an
cure your' ough or cold. It stops tt-e water, they must come frequently to water needed in chicken coops, ken-
cough, heals the lungs and prevents the surface to breathe. nels, ete.
serious results from a cold. Cures la 5. Coal oil on the surface of the 10 Treat with coal oil all standing
grippe cough and prevents pneumonia water prevents the wrigglers from water which cannot be screened or
and-consumption. Contains no opi breathing. drained (I ounce of oil will cover 15
rates. The genuine i in a yellow pack- 6. Destroy the breeding places and square feet- of surface). The oil does
age. Refuse substitutes W. A. D'Al- not effect the water for use if the wa.
emberte. Druggist aid apothecary. A ter is drawn from below.
11. Where oil is applied' to standing
BUY COAL NOW. water it must be distributed evenly
This is the last week of summer over the surface.
prices on coal. Buy now and get bene- 12 Putne llawire netting over cis-
fit of low prices. Consumers Ice & i tern wel ks of water in
SFuel Co, Chase and Tarragona. Phone everyday use.
259. 25oct5. 13. Places in which it is undesir-
oable to put oil, such as watering
Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace troughs for stock, lily ponds, and so
of prompt delivery. Open all night fcrth, can be kept free from wrigglers
Sof prompt deivery. Open all night We iv0 tn B.t by putting in goldfish or minnows.
Phone 1100. 14. Clean away all weeds, grass and
thBe eab/ r YOIIsr bushes about ditches, ponds, anr, other
New Suits Filed. possible breeding places, since these
The following new snit were filed --- afford a hiding place for the mosqui-
yesterday in the office of the clerk toes.
of the circuit court: t om e to (kr MIII 15. Clean up vacant lots and back
Maud D. Iganuel vs. Geo. Emanuel yards of all cans, ti ns, Bottles, and rub-
bill for divorce; Jas. R. Landrum, so- ybabst to all ct b!sh.
licitor for complainant. 16. First do away with, or treat, all
Clara Thompson by her next best tOlt. places where mosquitoes are known
fr!en Mrs. Virginia Martin, vs. Geo. to breed, and then begin to work on
Tbompson, alias Gee. Gleco. bill for di-, places where they might breed.
vorce; Jas. R. Landrum, solicitor for 17 Inspect and' treat with coal oil,
complainant. You'll bear men say, and we gutters, culverts, ditches, manholes,
M. R. King and H. H. Hual vs Pen- believe it's true. that this store catching -basies, eta., along the road-
sacola Amusement Co.. damaged $300; does the Hat business of Pea- side. Manhole covers should be
B R. P. Reese. attorney for plaintiff. sacola; be it F or not, we're screened.
Irn-in Sessions vs. Hannah Sessions. certain of one thing- 18. Houses should be cleared of
bi;l for divorce: Geo. W. Parker soli- mosquitoes by burning 1 pound of in-
I citor for complainant. i t' the Nest Hat days.
sect powder or 2 pdehnas of sulphur to
1 Some Seasonable Advice. Store We klw f \ .000 cubic feet of space. The mos-
It may be a piece of superfluous ad- ~ we auA 1o cubicall teet floor and should
S e b i*oes will fall to the floor and should

I vce to urea people at this season o. We're ready to satisfy every be collected and burned.
the year to lay in a supply of Chamber. demand for the New Fall Styles. 19. Success in mosquito destruction
Ilain's Cough Remedy. It is almost Stiff Hats in th new blocks depends upon the co-operation of the
sure to be needed before winter is from $1.50 to $3.0 Soft Hats members of the entire community.
over, and much more prompt and sat- in all the new shapes ad 0. While the infection of yellow
isfactory results are obtained when shades from 50c to aM fever is carried by a single species of
taken as soon as a col is contracted mosquito (the Stegomyla), to insure
and before it has become settled in the its destruction it is necessary to des
system. which can only be done by troy all mosquitoes.
keeping the remedy at hand. This In places liable to yellow fever both
remedy is so widely known and so al- in IN Ilvduals and communities have as
I together good that no one should hesi- IH rAN O elective method of protecting them.
tate about buying it in preference to A C selves, as indicated above. Use the
any other. It is for sale by all drug- ..ASHI L mosquito bar at once over all cases of
ists. 7 fever untU the danger from yellow
* fever hs passed. Destry all mos-
Hoeaon' Phwrmacy-the Birthplace C Main and P Of a qitoe.
of prompt delivwey. Open all night. W TAjTWR WYMAN.
Phone 11Wt0. 0U ____ _A_ ,gwOemmal.

Vera l

from Dublin to Master.
Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Ellifren, from
Liverpool. to Alex Zelius.
Pruno, Ital bk, Gibelli, 1212, Ant-
werp, to order.
Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen. 941 Pors-
grund to A. Zelius.
Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson. 840,
Rotterdm. -....
Wildwood, Nor. bk., Nilson, 1476,
Troon to A. Zeiius.
Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen,
deara, Brazil. .
C. W. Mills, Am 'pch, Mailman, 318,
Havana, to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Iima, Br sch, Henebery, 99 H'.
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc!son, 55. Key
West to Gulf Transit Co.

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TW by'evadla the question of Insurance, whether Frl or
Ltfk Between two suns the greatest fires the country hs ever
see las occurred and between two suns the angel do dath
may lalt y40.

ISuraCCt, KnAili Bro Gen I Atts
Fire tUfe. WIWW es r os. Pensacola


Henry L Covlugton,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank leilly,
W. S. Rosalco,
. 'r Mfourin.

F. L. Brawner,
Foley & Co., Chicago, originated J. L Saunders.
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Account' o Bank, Individual
remedy. and on account of the great Accountu r anks, Indlvidualt
merit and popularity of Foley's Hoey our per cent Inter
and Tar many imitations are ofere
for the gunuine. These worthless it.- ...
stations have similar sounding names. .
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's FM. H. KNOWIS, President.
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pace- HHOS. W. BRENT. Aat. Cashier.
age. Ask Wor it and refuse any ub-
aticute. It is the best remedy for
eughs and oclds. W. A. D'Alemberte
Druggist and apothercary, 121 South.

Hooton's Pharmacy-the BirthplaceFirst N at

of prompt delivery. Open all night.
-Pione 1100.
This is the last week of summer
prices oa coal. Buy now and get bene-
It of low prices. Consumers Ice .&
Fuel Co., Chase and Tarragona. Phone
259. 25oct5t.


At a meeting of the advisory board
*oS the Pensacola Classical School held
Sept. 25, 1905, it was founa'advisable to
postpone the opening of the coming
session until more favorable condi-
Uions prevail.,

On account of quaPantine, we wil
not undertake to establish a branch
house in Pensacola until same is re-
voked., We will make all oil and
grain shipments from Mobile. Ala.
Same will go forward promptly. Send
us your orders for high grade oils.
14septlm J avis, Axt


Hen(rtr & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
932 X. Strong, and 824 ast IARa-
McKlnzie Oerting & Co., wholesale
and retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
the only rst-class house of the kind
in pensacola. Fair i4ewa to all

Why use hiderior paper, when you
can buy Kelso ]End, F'-nch Dimity,
Kara Line, or Cane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Keep your system in good condition
and you seed not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.
MeHoh .
HotoMn's Pharmacy-the Birthplace
o# prrnpt devery. Open alt night.
Phone 1100.
Attention, Teachers.
Unless we have later lnstrutAis
school will open in Pensacola Novee-


S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
O. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawtaon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannas
McKenzio Oertibg,
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Cov!ngton.
s, Corporations, and Firms So8lcted.
est paid on Time Deposits.

W. K. HYWR. JR.. V.-Pres. and Cashier
W. N. ROUERTS, Asst. Cashir.

ional Bank

of Peosacola, Fla,
F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wi. H.L Knowlce
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.

Foreign and Domestic Echange. Bought and Sold.
We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vessels disbursed upon the meet
change on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and tVir obil-
Germany, FrSane, kstram, italy, gations taken payaple at Port of
Holland, 8pare, *^lum, Russia, "- ,-' .. n Da-8 Aftr v^
Norway, Swedle, knmark, and Destination Ten Days After Ves
other European countries. sel Arrives there.

Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters.

Savsf gotm 4nt-lfewst Paid an epti. at
rate of 4 prP coot per annum.

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L HILTOW 02RK, P 55Th5v. T. I. WELLS. VICN-P5B35?.
A. M. BMsaMAo(; c&as==& XIZLD m03, An.s. Casms
Citizens National Bank,
of Fensacos, Florida.
Geo.W Wrighl Mornssar, T. I. WelleI

.x. ~x M.R I. HAlton GrIs.

j. s. R Pr eaPldiet. B. W. MENEFEB. Cashier.
I. M. CARY, Vice-President

Dietore-L. J. I e, J. R. se, W. DeC. Kesslr, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'AItberte T. A. Jennings.

IG 44s



If you love your wife, buy her a

Gas Range

l kmen her kitdhen work by onm-half-it cutLS m
all the worry and fret

Cokihu Range Thirteen DolMr.

27 Gai Gsr4gSuwills PhoeIe 14

No Greater Uistaki

e-A ak. &r Or as, Needhams,. 2470,
fa TrttA ahip, Cedar, 144, Botter-
a s to A. lnus.

Ciranri, Dn as, Hansen, Hamburg
to cu" r'tanat Co.
I- Harold. Nor as, 1435, Aod, London.
Katendrecht, butch se, Hoclatra, -
1M44, Gulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co.
Haasu. Br. as, Peters; 2299, Ncrfolk,
tc Master.
Br. asa. Lablla, Palmer, from Vera
Crua, to W. 8. Keyser & Co.
Saturnina, %pan ss ,Iengoa, Liver-
pook to Gulf Transit Co.
Sheppy Allison, Br ss. Williams,
14632, New York to order.
'ugela. Br as, Lacock, 2148, Vera
Cras to H. Bears & Co.
Vivina, S'an ss, Bustinza, 1988, Liv-
erpool, to Gulf Tralsit Co.
Nor. ship Ilala, 1246, Andreusen,
from Leith, to faster.
Itl. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule,
from Rio Jaaerio to Ro'sasco Bros.
Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderson, 198,
Fleetwood to Southern States Lum-
ber Co.
Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271,, Olssen,
Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Quail from
Ger. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from
Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter-
sen. LaGuayra. Keyser & Co., 1268.
Nor. bk. East Craft 1248, Jobnso* .

No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C W. LAMAR, Vice-President. JNO PrEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
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Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
Propt. aUtention given to all orders, day o-r night. Agents
for Jamea pcKay & Co.'s celebrated Log ant Timber Dogs, also
Chitfs oill descriptions.
Offe Phone 123. PHIL WITrTMAN, Mgr.
Reddence Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.

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