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 29, 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
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fttTHE PRESIDnUT After Which Virginia Man Deliberately ICO TYI T Ty O m f
usTP RESIDTI Murdered a Neighbor-Insanity ly

PA!SFH KEY B Explanation For Tragedy.

.AR IS STUBBORN Glouce A atdH Ps OcD. ordebately rais Federal Officers Believe the Figkt IOREAT DE
EST 28-After killing his wife and two body, killing him nstantly. tISS PracliCally
i*1 |small children, both girls, during 'the Coker then sent word to the ofe-
*. -f oW E ST- f iUInight and carefully laying the bodies cers to come to tie home at Green- 0Been Wn.
out W. D. Coker went to the home of wood. Just as the oMffers reached Tw u
(I go'IS lel. R. E. Gressett and secreted himself the house they heard a gun shot, andO
M Cnissff at under the steps. When Mr. Gresset entering found Coker dea and his ONLY FOUR NEW FEVER CA
Sw came out the next morning Cer wife and children laid out ready for REPORTED AT END OF THIR-
TO BE ONLY A QUES- Port mo Pronded shot him. When 3ressett fell be Beg- burial. AY NTH WEEK SINCE PRES
SUNTL CZA ged Coker not to shoot again. Mrs Coker came from South Carolina TEENTH WEE PR WIN
NoduOGWesWokeranout to thet etsmandalI about 8 years lego ENCE OF FEVER BECAME PUB- ls GIOO.
FORTUNES OF DY Gressett ran out to the ste and al- No explanation, unless Insanit.PART OF Ci
begged Coker not to shoot again, .but can be given for the tragedy. LICLY KNOWN. DKATHS RECOR
M ATY TO HANDS OF WEAT By Amociated Press. By Aocat Pr
SWgeAl" TEMAN AND DIP. Key West, Oct. 28.-The cruiser' REMAl I S Of 1 TI M By Associated Press. Akron, Ohio, Oct. 28o-nuowWanen- WnICH WlR g
1 UiAT. West Virginia, with President Roose- w.I rut court here today, on the ado..
velt aboard, arrived off Key West at 1 CAPT. CORNER L tew r o 2 of Attorney General Monett, of Oo,
o'cock today. She wasimmediatel lowing is the official yellow fev- against the Mutual IUfe and New
SW &I m joined by the cruisers Colorado and l, er summary to 6 p. n: ; York Life Insurance companies towft *
SLftawesbw Out. 28.--Day after, ;k New cases 4; tot:l to date th from the state by taktag their e 0irla th
SOt. tePennsylvania and the start made fo WILL REACH HERE TODAY FROM KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8 SEND 3,387 caes 4; tot mar of the ello
LT Hampton Roads. The trip will be GERMAN WHERE HE DIED CHECK OR 10 TO YELLOW Deaths 0; total to date 443. franchises from them o the e I thon up to last alo
W si'5 msw SO.&a.ment plan and made in fast time. GERMANY WHERE HE DIED CHECK O- New foc 1. that the companies ha' misused their New cases .....
|h Usek4o tdo rmponsible head of; SOME WEEKS SINCE. FEVER FUND. Under treatment 31. powers for the past ve ears a viol0 Total to date ..
Sa to bring orders IN COMMUNICATION BY Discharged 2, 913. tlon of the state laws. The appoint- Deaths yesterday
Set e et to bring order WIRELE TELEGRA meant of receivers is asked. Total to date ...
St e etditeral chaos WIRELESS TELEGRAPH '^ Cases discharged
I e The remains of Captain Chris. Cor- The following letter, which is self- n ll can o tres
fteM I R--t to w om all factions, Washington, Oct. 28.-The Wash-i ters, who was well known in Pensaco- explanatory, was received yesterday New Orleans, Oct. 28.-Today enoaed;
will reach here this afternoon. The y T rnai: the thirteenth week of the fight
Sthe premiership. has ington Navy Yard tonight was in touch ia w ne resided fo yea b the thirteenth week of the
Sim is tire time during with the cuser e irgia body. accompanied by William Cor- Milton. Oct. 27, 190. against the yellow fever in New Or- Yesterday's yellow
wireless telegraphy. Operator P. S. rers. was sent from Germany about Editor Pensacola Journal: leans with the lowest number of new
Sat erbowrest-Geagareceived the following message: wo weeks since, Captain Corners av Dear Sir-You wil fnd check for cases since the fever first became pub- tTW iTY m
I k wilg o e p-eror tamd insisting "West Virginia in good cominunca- ing expired in that country after a $10.00 encloEd, wh'ch is a donation lcly known. Th" Federal forces be- In ma y weeks. It a
The1 reiata" wrconnection with on ith Jupiter illnlast to thea felloww ...._fever .relief und, from tieve they are on r14e verge of a con- on he. e of a Bew eU kad w i
1 I I -" which his majesty is St. Augustine. Hale received no mes-ir.ght, but owing to a delay will not Knights of Pythias, of Mlton Pa ciusive eor. th tir day which
:sges but West Virginia requests Sa- reach here until this afternoon, whe You will please pa-e s amount Govern'r Blanchird today paid a mber rehed wi
S Ptbr vannah to isten closely for them as they will be taken to the ndertaki in proper hands, fo-thleipurpose. high compliment to Dr. White and the week. Thsee deths
Igo=toit.aPe- metsage aant- time. p parlors of F. R. Pou. The date and
Wit san e th- wmay ve message at an yLime.at e hour of the funeral is not yet known, Yours very tiry, Marine Hospital Service in an address the dy, but of all the
i.1 W e ce that the Virginia requested weatherreprt. but it will probably occur Monday or W.J. Wi. uAM8 JR. at the Palm Garden of St. Charles
SIPA pe wh le bas been lyltg trom Savananf. Savannah sent weaui.- Tuesday. K. of R. & S. of Miltk ijodge No. Hotel. The Governor r "c"ived Dr. w pect to reo
S#w m days on the emper 's1a report to West .irginia at 9:4, p. 29, K. of P. Miltoa White and all members ot his staff S l ii
Set be pro lad t ILL OIS MAYOR in full uniform. i The New
aggge I^^ 1 thereby that his MRS ROOSEVELT ON ..- gflf The mty w c
[g, W hich is known to include a CRUISE DOWN POTOMAC. SHOT TO EAT, TO FELLOW FEVER FUND. i 3tl e.
'wes ofa coastitutio involving the By Associated Press. MA ROBBEU D J. R. Saunders yesterday receiv-1 7t 3i D.
gr of tour liberties. viz: Free Washigton, D. tC, OLt. 28.-Ac- the following self-explaa:iary letter,
it oof speech. ftv4 o asomeof bly. "c(m'pai1C0b) beieral ol Der callareu, A ce s
@pg_ a speech freedom of asmblv companiva b &exerai ol ner canaren, By Associated Press. enclosing a check for .10. The school board has issued t'ie The deaths reported
Mrs. oosevea lefit .aoainUg ton da IBloomington, Ills., Oct. 28.-A spec-. A Iated P "Macci. Ga., Cd. 2;. 1905. 1lillowing notice for the information are:
m the pre d.fr omo afim oard the s, LIu. r. T. a ial from Chenoa. Ill.. says: Mayor y Aisollc d res. "Mr. J. p. -aunders. PenB.-'ola, Fi. of public patrons: D. Klgnary, St.
"fe BerW OTa acceptedarthe ieu. . vau Chas. ckle h jut ben shot ouiville, Ky., Oct. 28.-oH. Crum- "Dear Sir--Pk.Ve flnd encro.e:l Division Lines Between the White itl.
wer acceptemmandiug. ou a cr':isc down .Ul death in his bank by h;s brother-ln' ):er, of Tampa, Fla., was robbed of a check for $10.00. to bo. u tJ as on s
It 4s et here that the delay cannot POLouaiac. tiel w caLucr is good sne law, Charles Laduc, who has barr Iraft for $6,200 in cash at the Scventh think best fnr tl-- fever sufferers. City Primay Schools. Philip Albaugh, St.
b be l protracted and that it is on:v mt.i coniiiuUc as iar as tiampton caded himself in the bank. Two hur -treet station here this afternoon. Gal sneedl t: dy when it will all School No. 40, 8th Avenue on t'o pital.
Sw Peden ar dred shots have been fired without 'rumpler had just di3posed ef his fur-' be over. wet, Jackson St., on the South, E- Mrs. Paul White,
St of bours when the empero- t await h i ide ar siodging him. Laduc is believed t iture business in Tampa and was on ur, r, cambia Bay on the st. ad all set-
g W4is the fort anes of the dynas, aa i -cre n loeui. is eevu at b. Insane. A., way to Bedford Ind. S. F. 1, UL'HAM." elements on the North in accessible goes street.
Sv met to Count Wi,'t.. L"t-" % unt itUet, uowev,'r, iLaa sue distance. Alba gh, who died 1
o e" iii return L luaiilou tomorrow; School No. 2, Alcaniz street on the 9 o'clock, was a comp
os so u da West, Jackson street, on the North
Meswhile the situation is passing Bayou Texar on the ast, ChaseSreet in Penseola. He waI
h ip on the South to Florida Blanca, eral days ago and wa
&m bad to worse. The revolution V thence South on Frida Blanca to
aMs e&Mira1ged o v the inactivity oU Romana street, thence East on o- hospital for treatment
Sm ana to Cevallos street, thence South- paired. His home is
te government. are growing hold- LA-'L IVlUC east to Intendencia street, theace
mad more inestent demanals are mail South end East to Penescola Bay and Pa.,whe w hs relative
r Oldt No. 2 Pensacola Bay on thise
By Assoceatea Press, j -. .H f South, Bayler street on the West the patient who expire
13 POL SH 0CIALISTS Nebra, .- the pre- 1 Belmont street, on the North.; Alcan- day morning at the
ARRESTED BY COSSACKS V t h iz street. on the East to Romanst
r cudCeni r w ousad, person ana waD, st reet, thence East on Roasana to Ce. death had been expe
thrA Oct 28.-4 ycks ar- ex' eviei c nue b atu ..- /vallos. thence South on Cerallos to same time as that o
-. .-cialste ei auut, ..re ar1 u. agrIcuA- Infendencia street, thence East ona
sted 12< Poll. (socialists at a Jew I .n L&L _^ .i*Usfd cau-g-, a Intendiencia to Wright's Mill and when It was announced
a bund meeting in the forest near iliiii^ euic tan a aM a South to Pensacola Bay. prise to his frinals o1
Pablanee,~ Iteoem toP* e r tI School No. 70, Byleon street on l O ret
P taai m oe rin the government of Pet u ,. O. .U,-, 1 ,Ut, ,k < ,er the south, Rets street, on the West, physicians.
hto thi Nf T morning When the new -' u... i ,oiu,, rt,..ueu... .--caiu as,. P-County Farm and Goulding on the Mrs. TWlhte expired
geeched Pabianice workmen attempt > -- 'r-' auc Co oteiiuii, J*** North, 8th Avenue on the East, day mornin,*nd her
te rcue their comrades. Tb ----- J k-r-', A. th- ^^ SSeool No. 80, South by Wrightrt da moring a .the r
et asrtheir com Th street, West by City limits and eut- c ed ar th
thed aid o ne wordd man n wa, ly!n settlements in accessible dis. 'clock, the cortege
bisltled rd don rk u i o tl o oa Tete i gh tud. tance, on the 'North by same aBnd family residence, No 3
ae a. atuat^^, wk dUU i ys oe i 1 >\ Ea.t hb Reus street. gossa street.
t EuropeaT pot .h5 in ALI~ ..1. .P0v.~AA. ~ ~ ~ ( Sr col No. 74, Baylen street, on
TO MAKE 'oDEMONSTRATION he E -- g|, a' .re ue i aK We \r. Pensacola Bay, on the oth Result of PumI
Ag AINT TURKISH PORTS 'A. o ..rut ...s A .. a'uu "ual- Pai -a street on the West to Wright The present decrease
By Associated Press. -e s \ t P r '3 street. then North on Rem,.
Vienna. Oct. 28--It is announced stre'r. t) Belmont street, thence East cellent fumigation wor
*srat ion hagin T urk0 1'. nLAVIY ^IJUK IAuL / li --- ^Schcoi No. 27, East by Paina of Health during the p
ta tionsrabton aEainsT Turkey s in -- street, So-:t: by Pensacola Bay, West and of course the of0ic
^^ riatic. but no; European ports. in ^' H <:^\ /f^^t -bov Ba"ou Chico. the settlements on cias feel mwh encour
to avoid the appearance of gi-. Wes: sire of said Bayou 'In access\- cPn feem uho en contine
encouragement to th. Macedonian . ble distance to be included in thiht lmigaton that the fe
hurMgents Some modlflcatlons may haveto stampe out out by

By Associated Press. 9 be made la these lines later on, but fJght. Unfortunately,
F O O TB A L L \ a .i, n. -.- e Co\ / at re beginning let them be followed ation upon the part o
t:-or t currency nao ordereaau; uB orer of the Board of Pbile feared thatthe fumigat
n o red pr c Associated Pe str action, There is no doubt
By Associate Pres. as^ aul- -. ^^k luu.mre 0 e Cue W nt.i N., CUOK, since the fumigation c
New York. Oct., -Folowing a ise ... a, o tee. 8perintendent weeks she that thous
the paedr in q l pral fo /a.i ) r b 1 l leg ..eny. ed mosquitoes have b
game" playedI tOa n ". Rot u woree auunareu
Vanderbuilt 33. T.xa. ousa:.d a .la. in caza is reported to CTON REPORT fact mples of mo
Georgia Tvchnica: 1\ C(iumbtrld f /act s b ame -l a each day ao
Virgia 'te-hr 0 Univer- e -as.ert Clark. 't ne money is sul'- Rh
*it.1. N C.. 4. pre to n-vi Dc"i joaned without se- u^u1judF first commenced th I
Yale 2i.We\'' Po nt 0 ce.r*j frster commenced then
Pr'nivnceton. P. un1ar0.a 6. Car- -gomyla found in the
lile Indian. hEAVY SNOW STORM By Associated Press* ery large and they we
Princetoan. 1. C.u rinl o. .VNO STHRN KNA 1 q %.. New York. Oct 28.-UnIted States nost every house, bu
Harvard 1 Brown a IN SOUTHERN KANSAS Commilasioner Ridey today discharK huses are fumigated
Cornell. 5.,. Hav.l ,rt, edl from custody Fred*ck Packlam
Michigan 4<. I'raKe By Associated Prss and Moses Haas, who were char no stomya whatever
Univwri:: of T'oth Ca'o a 1 c with having inspired with lward Several of the patle
Universe% y of T.nns. Kan; Ii. 0. Mo., Oct. 28.-A heavy Holmes. Jr. to defraud the govrast tret flar yellow fe
John Hopkin- 2*- P,' .;,h M ~ :: ...m pretvaih-.i today "hrough- THE "BATON GROS" AGAIN. by securing advance Informatio0 of ed to be l a critical
Si.racu T i<. t.-'n Kansas. 1, WHEN THE ,RENCH SQUADRRON MAKES THE PROMISED DEMONSTRATION OFF THE COAST OF ish oermRe c y rh" thte a5bIy to the -eec
Virgin'a Mil aL n i ; I 'h 'd ha; wa'-- w;l; be bene- \VENIZUELA IT IS HOPED THAT CASTRO WILL COME TO TERMS-NEWS ITEM. CASTRO'S VIEW OF Dan had committed a cri withs weath, ad It is epe
M gi sad Marz v. tehd. JTH SAME OBJECT. the mealnng of the statmtes. ,g ,ua mi|




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fever report -w-
couraging issue
showed that omly
developed dmurt
tIs the safllet
thin over slz
occurred durit
we patients ion
ver the day pre.-
me was: Mary
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up to last nigal
Anthony's how
Anthony's hoe
21 West Zarr -
last night about
arative stranger
s taken ill sev-
s taken to tl
t. where be sx-
In Harrlburg.
a reside.
fisherman, was
ed early yeter-
hospital. His
eted about the
f Albaunk, sad
I it was no s-
r the stetadilg

I early yeste.
remains will be
afternoonM at 2
oting from the
I21 West Zarrx

Sin the number
result of the en-
k, whibh -
ie State Board
ast two weeks,
lials and physi-
aged. and if tbh
d Dr. Porter is
ver could be
next Saturday

owing to oppo-
f citlAens, It is
ion may stop.
whatever that
ommenced, two
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are sent to the
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N. L Roch Secures an Injunction
to Pwent His Home
Weing Fumigated.

WA. D'a4LEIMRTE, Druggist and Apothecary, 121 S. Palaft

En K In order to stop the work or the
it train f uad Uni C the fumigation corps, under the direction
Itpation, a co-ittio that of -ra. D'Alembere and Kennedy,
FOLEY'S HONEY AND the courts have been appealed 0o.
remedy fr all throat and Yesterday M. L. Roch, through his
attorney, Scott M. Loftin, filed a peti-
tion in the circuit court, praying that
hf -A sm f h a 1 a restraining order or temporary in-
S"Tbe do' r said I hadcon Junction be directed to those in
OLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. charge of the fumigation work and the'
ed the opting blood and ea, city health officer, preventing the fu-
4ll. migation of the residence of the peti-i
sent oae costaids two and i This was directed to Hon. Chas. M.
1 sim and the $1.00 4tttle Coston, court commissioner, and a
EFM Sl rTITUr. temporary restraining order was is-
and served upon City Health Officer
Perpont, and Drs. D'Alemberte and
Kennedy, who have charge of the fii-
x S Pensaco la eating work of the state boar1 .,
x SL, rPensaco la. health,.
The principal ground set forth as
to why the order should be issue,!.

SThis was probably a. worse scare than meetings.
S the President experienced among the a title Mis Rebecca Beal has had an
AtL[ LR AVES | bears In the Wild West. CO ITT I AGE HILL I attack of fever. Her many trienau
I am truly glad that Mayor Bliss let I will be delighted to learn that she is
it be known that Pensacolastill lives, improving.
and will be Uncle Sam's onliest" gate-' Mr. William Vaughn and family
Spe-al t The Journal. way to Panama. Special to The Journal, have moved to Molino, where Mr
Brent, Oct. 2.-The cold wave which THOS. McMILLAN. Cottag- Hill, Oct. 28.-There has Vaughn will have a position In the
was backed by mro is the northwest I been a protracted meeting at the mill.
has ailed to give a a fever killing church during the past Week, and the Mr. and Mrs. Kitrell were the
tret. ai Itbd' Ir quarterly meeting convened Saturday guests of Mr. Wamplers Sunday.
We had a aeN rain o Wednaeay I VMUSCO GEULL and Sunday. Mrs. Bradford is able to be out
with the isual accompWaiment of Mr. Egbert Beal has accepted' a pos.- again.
howling winds tion on the road as traveling salesman. Deputy Sheriff Smith tbok five white
he prayers of the amers i or an Special to The Journal. He is greatly missed socially, but we men as far as Goulding Wednesday
"*aU-kflIg" troot at the eartiest possi- Musoogee. Oct. 28.-Miss Mamie all wish him success. and turned them over to Deputy Sher-
ble date s lads tke a chilag-tevered Freeman. of McKinnonville, is visiting Mr. George Clark and family, who if Sanders.
pardo. relatives here. 'have been occupying the W. H. Smith There is Sunday school every Sun-
The ~s I ar eae plantatLon Miss Bell Henderson, of Beulah, is property near the depot, have moved day morning at ten o'clock, ani
eat of Carpeter's Creek presents a visiting relatives in Muscogee. out on the place known as the Wai. preaching every Sunday at eleven
b--aifl appearance f n Cloptoala- Miss Mabel Merritt has been ill this Vaugh home. o'clock, except on the first Sunday.
cavpg the old iaacridge with emer- week. Her many friends are glad to, On account of the protracted meet. The League has a meeting on that
Sia gasee. know that she is convalescent. ing there has been no literary the past Sunday.
This ma nsme factory adds another The many friends of Mrs. George two Friday nights. There is to be an entertainment at
klodtry to the rtglborhood which Bannerman are glad to know that she Mr. W. S. Reeves has been shipping the church November 2. All are cor-
CIr~ to be the sweetest yet! is convalescent. lumber this week. dially invited,
9rh= the team power is applied Mr. O. Merritt has been ill during Several 'Pensacolians are boaroaag We learn t4at Mr. Wm. Durham is
Sthe teaks oeeriow with "Florida the past week. at Mr. Chas. McDonald's until tbo getting on n with his school in Pine
syn.," the questla may arise of the Aohaine Cheatham (oolared) died quarantine is lifted. Barren. .We s glad to note this, and
'-gMity o p tp It Intto the whole- Thursday, and was buried Friday. Mrs. Meade Wilson, of Pensacola, will look for*d with pleasure to the
ea* gp series at pFe la,e with me. stelle Hannah (colored) died Octo- who has been visiting her parents return of the' family when the school
ten to register the low from each her 21. and was buried Sunday, Oc- since the outbreak of the fever, wasr term is endAd.
latest. tcber 22. the guest of Mrs. W. H. Smith over
ftsideat Roosevelt had so much Sunday and the first part of the week. Atthtion, Teachers.
attmrction for humanity at New Or- "A dose in time saves lives." Dr. She also spent a day at Rev. W. Unless t*7r ve later instructions
lefta that he had to apply his oBcla, Wood's Norway Pine Syrup; nature's Hahn's. school will a In Pensacola Novem-I
rFeller to save the wmep aid CM- remedy or eoughs, colds, pulmonary Some of the young pWn have be4l 'ber 1, 190L. *;:
dam from being lost la the cores. diseases of every sort. down from Quintettd "tb Attefd th N. B. COOK
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was the ill health of the petitioner,
who states that should his home he
n fumigated he would be unable to oc-
Scupy it for a number of days, causing
Inconvenience and expense.
SWhen the petition was filed with
. the court commissioner it was grant-
e ed, and the home of Mr. Roch cannot:
jbe fumigated until it is dismissed.
The date for hearing the arguments
to make the order permanent has not
yet been set.
SNo one would ever be bothered
with consumption if everyone knew
how naturally and quickly Burdock

Blood Bitters regulates the stomach
and bowels.


S Mrs. Martha J. Dodge entered into
rest October 26, at the residence of
her only child, Mrs. S. Dillingham,
5 No. & North Seventh avenue. She was
Sbon in Mayfield, Ohio, July 23, 1821.
She was the only daughter of Daniel
S. Judd, who was one of the pioneers
who settled Oakland county, Michigan,
going there in '1827.
When Mrs. Do,ige was only a young
girl she was called on to nurse the
sick, so she adopted the profession.;
She went to Glen Haven, N. Y., and
studied over a year. and in 1853 she
married E. H. Dodge, of Commerce.,
Mich. They had one daughter, who'
Mrs. Dodge being left a widow in
1856, returned to her life work, and
in March, 1863, she volunteered as a
nurse in the Union hospitals. She
served at Murfreesboro, Tenn., and
Stevenson, Ala., until April, 1865.
She cared for the boys in blue and the.
boys in gray, serving all alike and
loved by all.
After the close of the war she made
her home in St. Louis, Mo., until 1908,
when she came to Pensacola with her
invalid daughter. Mrs. Dodge came
from a very patriotic ancestry. Her
grandfather, Thomas Judd, with six
brothers, served under Washington,
and her grandfather, Bacon, with three
brothers, under General Putnam, in
the revolutionary war. Her father, D.
S. Jua'd, served as scout, though hold-
ing a colonel's commission in the war
of 1812, and she served the two years
In the civil war.

A Good Thing.
Physician and medical authorities
are giving more and more attention
to the unusual curative properties of
Pluto Water, and it is now fairly well
established that this water which
comes from the French UIck Springs,
Indiana, is probably the most highly
medicinal of any natural mineral wa-
ter in the United States. Some of the
most remarkable cures on record are
attested to by those who have taken
bhe waters, not only at the Springs,
but on dostors' prescriptions at home.
This constitutes one of the marked dif-
forences between Pluto Water and the
common varieties. Pluto Water loses
ncLbhng in the bottling-others do.
As a cure for digestive derangements,
stomach troubles, kidney diseases,
chronic constipation, etc., Pluto Water
is now regarded as constituting a class
in and of itself. Proof of this Is the
fact that nearly all druggists now car-
ry it, not only in the 25 cents and 35
ry it.


At a meeting of the advisory board
of the Pensacola Classical School held
Sept. 25, 1905, it was found advisable to
postpone the opening of the coming
session until more favorable condi-
tions prevail.
I take this method of thanking the
many friends who so kindly assisted
me during the illness of my husband,
Joseph Asselforo, and who did every.
things possible to relieve me during
my trouble and sorrow. To all of
them I extent my most heartfelt
Th is the last week of summer
prior" oa coal. Buy now mad get bea
t of low prl*es. Coanaers lee &
Fuel Co., Chase and Tarrgema. Pbans
259. 2Soeott



The Ouality Stwocm


Fall Stock

Dress Goods


x Armures,

A Mohairs,

x Serges,

A Lacanias,

x Poplins,

, Mon Reve, (M.It )

SCrepe Cloths,

x Shower Proof,

x Melrose.

Also a Full Line of Trimmings to


We have also in stock a New Line ot

Skirts and Cloaks

Yours for Quality,

W. J. & B. FORBES.




At l1in lfe yelr jem am grt adeMeal aiulsad cahals csa m lev
Asa psI iv iseatothe try

SSold mt Il drug stores or at
LIEWIS 6 CO., m WHuu Drugst, Eat Goveam Stred
IP E O C0 C MBnT i!
v. . .v- i -- - -

Don't Gamble
when it comes to lasufloap.
.- Quit taking the risk YerrMt
Turn it orer to us aI

bave a u

Policy Writen Up.
It's safer and costs but little.
If in doubt ask others w1o
know and have had experience
Investigation will prove we're
right. We take tne risk anj
thta ends your worry. Ins~ua
now. Delays are dangerous


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Ma Orders Rcceive Prompt AtM

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ubm. an the pmew -
~ ISormw Ba. se

T" s aoeit ad emlmbw4
ow:: It ft&won kew fCDt
*a s *46Uma tegm an v-
S =- tave bow epied by high-
bmr a' or style md ezeilsus
E~Bbds. q
Is er wra s a sw an-
3. be quinld by the maPeto-I
inr t a. 4


Vil su rbm s f iummesa
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b. -atL h Ipuug from

- to t that be i sSol
g AB hi-s thst rs~ 1.eo
ldS~~msI levn esl tsee
Sb 0L O DeepreturnedMai
400sat Sm kmJbIUSe rwhe be ha
41 s adOWIM bm swevrs
10104616 W mock 110111rov 1
bSL Imaw4t
if e M i*-0Kssutrw aHr, Wic
~2, W*.I dsty, Isrira ar
s~~ rrsik. asl

f* Ie s t W.EL NHothu& an
dIVria ghim IS his stli
*Ag th, ge s t mb call a
red me e by psoaC
B1aUHgsam, the trareing repre
Etveat 2%W d oatsAIL has Sniabcd
atup as fa evt as quaranta
'ei prelt med Was in K iltayew
fts.4m. Sr WRI betn Chlsey rtodUa

Srw um rssWor to 5m in a poo
s 4 im wiswth your prk* c eti
you if tdo aKabout thq me. But
a wa d ad.a you will get jut what

Tbi m UsddAZmwitleb are In receipt
fa ebm* ter 25-.00 from Mrs. W
N. iortbup to ass.s in the work ol
N qwrug fo yellow e ver sufferers
Tke wl& I isgreaLly needed aad
v ibe be iNe to a very wortni

iSf 3.L D. Dow. wha bas bees in
^kmbvN* fora number of weei-s,
W* t bo adwwat an operation,
e rYtrse borne. He is Improved
ft hethk but ft wil! be some das be
*w buew beat his ofce.
ORkR --ssmm who deserted from
f t@ I DUsh4s0mer Iavain'e, were ar
10 dysarfay.The men lett the
wIs ; s weekt Wa -mmVago, and were
btrun k the -weIera se-toIo of the
efy. .4hare they bad secreted thbna-

OT 7"a 300K

hm~a Sl~r


:(e d-- JI svt--fLa; the 3~iD1
*5 W'7 a" W the Sraw* A
~~~usn (Isi I- ~l~rl
Jmuido &r~cmry biwmmea v
~ 4 mmrv hamb a't awIan
~b mu the 4 Sootborm bu a

.Mom was-


I3- C

~~ ~uk Arhrac
-d m.&~Aa&r
inc-no. ; Usma unsat
*"a Sam

-- -M M "F

when you use Blue Ribbon Lenon and Dunwody-Aiken Co ............ 25.0u her weight is eggs. In her lifetime a
Vanilla Extracts. Notainer ouches j. g. Roberts ................ 5.03) prolific queen will lay 1,500,000 eggs.
the exact spot lke the "Blue Ribbon Citiaens Nktional Banb ...... 100 o0
Flavor." L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 100 30
F. W. Marsh ................ 15 00
R. M. Car .................. 1 000 THE SECRET OF YOUTH.
3J. Ed. O'Brien .............. 10 o0 DeSoto looked for the secret of
Pensacola Gas Co ............ 150.00 youth in a spring of gushing, life-giv-
Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 10000 ing waters, which he was sure he
GRWBB Y C0 | Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.0 would And in the New World. Alchem
SJohn C. Avery............... 25.00 ists and sages (thousands of them).
| pP. Martin ...... .. .. .. 00 have spent their lives in quest of it,
ar f f 't.n P --- J. W. Maloy ..0.... O but t is only found by those happy
SWelleR-Kahn Co . ...... 25.00 people who can digest and assimilate
Sr Rhod"s-Futch-OoUllin Co.. .... 15.00 the right food which keeps the physi-i
3L $500 0,0l A Moog ... .............. .10 00 ca] body perfect that p.ace ana, com-
c Southern Cotton Oil Co......... 60.00 fort are the sure results.
F. BH wner................. 10.C A remarkable man of 94 says: "For
a s umsor to the 0I Moben R. P. Reese........ .......... 5.00 many long years I suffered more or
a Grocery Company, of Jacheea-t D. H. Klusmeier.. .. .... .. L less with chronic cosilveness and pain-
al Strer a CoiMM a n: W. S. Rsasco ............. .. 10.00 ful indigestion. This condition made
a the Mt ar" a WJsloaa 0a Wr Marine Grocery Co........... 5.50 life a great burden to me, as you may
She GtlR Naval Stores Coinapa, F. O. Howe & Co........... 25.c0 well imagine.
be GutNa val r nCossay. f o, J. C. Porter.................. 10. "-Two years ago I began to use Grape
SNaval Store Conm y of aeola J. A. Chain ................. 25.00 Nus as food, and-am thankful that 1
v al stor Co gau y ( L.of Bear Co ................... 60 00 di. It has been a blessing to me in
y Od Light Qmrsrie. Fain emket. Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing every way. I Arst noticed that it had
Temoe, e. 8taft Age0 t ftr t WhM Co. ........................ 5 00 restored my digestion. This was a
L.Pedman & Co. .......... 10.00 great gala but was nothing to com-
Sullivan Sllivan .... .... 10.00 pare in importance with thb bet that
Dr. E. C. Bonnet ............ 500 in a abort time my bowels were re~tor-
SMcMillan Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00 ed to free an normal action.
NO 1 .AAMARtERW J. C. Pebley.. ..... .......... 10.00 "The cure seemed to be complete;
SPNSACOLA A&NC F. M. Williamas.. .. .......... 10.00 for two years i have had noae of the
SWiceke & Co...................10.00 old table. I mse Grape-Nuts food
SPth Pearl.... .... ...... .. 4.10 every morlng for breakfast and fre-
F. W. Cook Brewing Co, .... 09 eamtly, eat nothing else. The cause has
SSentor 8. R. Mallory W..... n* made me eoofortable awd happy, and
L. Wiselogel ........ ...... l thlh a I will be 94 years old next
eiti swear i F. R. Meade .................. .00 fe I have become strong and supple
tc A P.Toaoe ........... .......... 0 is a ereIt is au n a walk
Alger-Sullvan Lumber Co .... A sia body a it." N we'
S C O A L P~~i- Clye w'T .. ......... 604 ri by- Pot c+ittle Crka .
resm TL poon. D. Beggs .. .. ........ 600 M t. The*rke
aim strea Fwn IL^. Wil liam$.. .. d the tb. to
.. .. .rr .. ..... W k ft. w owfr'

-C *r -r. A-


hes inSe 5a.t .. ....:. 00
ilW Is 06
tobet.se. x Is Ind e . ..,- . 5.00
she tojs' .. .X *ti iu 316t

.ea, becomes agftstedC t what efteg0n D. Sten.. ..00
-rt. .1 -

0 -e asoa l o rs thedocatorooe -
*^^UBU'M41ltollsmm mrR, finodmos fen J I:. at* o Me 1*.500

we 01knot b- lame the li woOmaner .ner ...... 54.00

-very t r her 't. ts o5 ote M. 1LLwey. -(S4 ..2.. 50.
Tle. nd for the relief of the yd It er t his W .. .... ......... n. 2 00

ow fever series is growgahrdaily.rors tthe ho o WaLym ............. ton.. 1.50
illre manned to step in nd help her Rh Morri.... .... 500
re the necessary amochedaving hadonsiderable experee ... 50.00
Yesterday te were mo and l e ting femaledillswih finally eegeate .al. le ......... .. 5.00
r donations th any day Compound, sht enour haged told, md t Marion Blue nd.......re, .......ounty ... 1 m-
Svio as.A of America to write to he dfor advie in tonGerdon.............. 1 00
Shthe r ients of Pe"acolyandegwd thto thir ol S. Pal c ......... 75
t ca a"+ oes eto pour intoohrer dwaeeD? wBtll Gotl.rd 1k0
; r* '-r weMmnotrllMthewonS forite Big ZIn 8uadty, ICheC* .... 500
B- oheadlesaaed, w ast ef. evL eJn.....'...;.. 500

their dily ans sanag the oor of their suffering. Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
lases and the steering and e In this ym t was able to do fr s ............ 2 00
Siover somer s, thee the nha the Lphysicians were asble T., e e lan.... ... .... 1.00
t t wi re ie doubt ut that the meyb- t edto, step inb e hel had the A Colored Citie .......... 5
C tohei t nt eched Hal had oniderable experien in C .............. 100

Capt. of AiBriggs to writehe to her or dee b P sto Gordon ..... 100

hn f. Beardao..u..............t10.ead. diea t Cats cradle has been familiar to most.
Mdrsl.r ctto were to ac..eo.: y roman, it owh eicae er pbar by Wa uington Clart ............ 00
.the charity ad reIe ori.. .... o teof to poor into her Mca eeryr detail WhIteid ihont .... t ro ind 00
t. haer daily made .ao the o of tetir smarighewom. das e, W o a oode 9th Avenue
c~Ile andmle sTadiL 1g oo r In this wtemy ae ws toble to do e Botthet CIhn r chs i.e.a... **. 2n 00
diot oof Ta don theee stmile. them them what the physician were maIe Tho MaMto lan.... ..at o .... 1.00
1 o doubt hat tat the money to do simply beea e oahe had the tA Colored Citizen ........ 5 0
WolM be ancried withi a short p r information to woArk upOmI and aroS. Johsonr .. .. s.. .. 1 0'e
ti. TPhe iToain to dae e: freL telittle tfironup of wome whe M. o Baptist Ch urch ...... 3.21
agowinl the tontributhoas to date: shtk her ad ice year ago gkt
FruKay Kit ta ...... ....... 1200.S0 o y o hr sible for -her own am to way CAT'h CRA
Wato Oad DonTimber Co.. 20.r will nd the l aFrench), such as that
WCunto Wma m Tim e l13o.. A 10.0 suBda of them tave been enrMl by so- -- tiOam'-U--
ore tme. Weuai t un.........t... 10.I 0 toorwinga the aosvicdae of fre rinceL
Sh. s Coray .Hae sbarr ....... 0.00 drThe triayem a is wnicahe tiae In wich our Savie was ailia to. mot
M Naue Bte eank. ..... 0.40 stantly publis whingch re prateftd b o ade trom childod aahe, game for two
a. t.t e aeser(o.. .............. ... 0
i Americe Nationa Bank...... W er.dothedirPinkham'sV e and treia. paedrI. n Romanch Cathollrcountries
D A. c her ....r No i..... aTs the orld hoped bord orer the saysing.s o both

itl e.Dup........... .eltique," ".ratchI the name gi-
rit ** i H b tin h s..........ch .an 25.0t beads a ymer for attll ure, and the
t eir aiyige i ..... ...... 10 S0 Chn& had toe ust i the od m a nby and removfesu
L e W. A. O.. C. ..... .50 .t of11 i0o6 fem&lGr It in .h9 a way to prodnce a dif-

noalansh Bros.. .......... 0 J. Kre 17 90 Christ." To the present day the rak
PJ elm e ankde .. .........e I1 0 een & Watson st .wob dm 10 wh stand fi the fiel do alternately
P Hena la Water Trlamiyo ...5 0 TJ therefore, is the reaon b veal times, always changing there.
John Tlhompao .... ......... 5 I Mi Pinkhamc, in hler boraora t afatton. The art. opsists in ma.kng
J. eo. We, Jr.,............. 5 a. N a hi able to do moe f... th t.e rl*t c hangee..
WIlm Caup ..b ...r..b.. i 10 40Naval womr en of AmrrCo. tha. the, As ortd fhorigin a rode presentation
T. P. Mc*ok*ey ... ...... I.... pWlysim.t A.y woma .. t e o- ,o manger, and the name originally
Kaady Kiteha .. .. ....... 12 W0 fse, iLs sieforher f own wuar "cteh" cradle, aAtch being a
oti.The datorns to.ater .. 1r0o 1 not talo wen obatrovers Bathisrcubeb-that.most to
Th J. R. ane Or Dtuoe ............... to uh ts e mu e the t Fe resch), smeh as that
SPens. Cora, B. attaso mber...o.. .6...h. 103.00 "L Lowh w ooket Lost aoet w laid "rhey
Grsmt Niauolo Ba..........iBreO ...... t pnbli.hin from grate2I w ee- yde hym in a cathe," w Wyclitt
SW. 8. Keyser o................ 00.0 Jen esablish beyond doubt th. trla..tio of Lke e i 7. The word is
W Atmerioa Ntonal Bk..... 20. Ioe rof LvdiaE. Pinkham'snegIe d U ued in Romn Catholic countries
SCosolidated Grocery o...... 20 D L t....... oner............... 1.00 that particular dense. that
r. J. shreye. ............ )00- ,, The bbe Pieot says in his "Man-
t Am. i.h "' arms ...... ... ..... ,o Le.ique," aCetjeh i the name sgiv-
T. TLS. BLamnbo d Co........... 100 B: jrh CoPh............... dde.. .. by t te birth of oast

M.e. JohncW W Stor........... 2500ul B. LaciaC w................ 1e0.00)c oGrma ood a aeow
Da. Bh Bu ro............. 5.0 pruyn ......lth .wr ld hs Chrilto" To the present day the rscbt
Dtte. & L Mayoiers.e............'. 0 .0 ~E orithor a ..bn............ 1700
P ooLes lons............. 100 oreea A Watson ............ 000 which ntnd i the elB for cattle to
Peuin ol Water Cominy.. ... 10-t. jc. VanPemt o.. ......... 160 Mt from uae ahed ortee a.
h C "OBroae .............. a0i The Pim.aona Journlal ..... 25fu.Th ot00
Mt J. to r... ............. ..... lb C. Parkhlih ......... .... 1 00 er4k- liic .-
St andad'o tobtg--C o...... I. Naval 8taes Bhport Co...... 110.00 As for the origin of t4euae of "Yan-

P15. lampetWll ..............1.. I W B00 d rtsco.. .t. .... d ..

. Mageltm&iReevsi .....g..... 159,W Willathermefore, .....- l l time m always buchantheomelsepl
i. so. a .. ..... ........... 20 a i .... a.s t kee sDoodle, ovrd ttc lctmatre is much
CoS&u .S^ ?S2 stem. c... toe,,y' **---.-* "Mm "troer^ ": .,thei ate -that most
cw-lran-AmCmp.L..or. Co.. ...0 0 tO-. el...wome :: A .m :::e ta of the riewd eorms about its oreto
SmrnPderis M L Co.......... .. .5. A Ap c anher Ay,'fo are rimat, but only p.rte sor It g l
a JG. Saufedsl............... 10. Je & obe Co............. 10. 0 t he tnermn the amne ras that of
SPe o a Anr Lmo oo. "Lacw hooet fLot mrle kAtt" "Yan.
OlTr hte a iep Coe.......... we P t eo t ...... ....... 2500 keee Dnodle Came. to such and that
.1M RnS??? C .7** 5 g. jotahetesaiwhchw .... 5. in whi Dour irwperwa aid, "Tonher
ot I. a.L Wites .... a........ L tro .- .. .. r. .g.... e 00 Daw l, Dudmn alJun," but nt f alio
I g g a.....t .. 25t Aloi zeuns .in .......... 10.00 dLetical with e old Bisayean "Dan-
iA. I. Warr o ..............0.. a D.I Te d.. ................... ba Tberti" rstl s uaund that of
"o s. ha t .......... .....n o1 ..ro .. ... a erq't be mtcl ther t n.ab gashed

t -e .c a o th C...Jad.Belig............. 2 5.00 t a eadtoverd enaic ic
sWi.. boeso Son.. .......... 2609 &r BC CmOa .............. n s t he bofoin o Je0u
r NA.. .. ....c.......... 1 litt G o... ............ Ch rist.: Tother n Iate rcks

s BS o sHo....... ..*. o ............. .... 1Ib.5 st e d in th;e hbees o maient
he"-ho' amly'- sha.re'. th. plreM e Ori ..... Co.............. 10 o time 00ee mtan
t Maxwell aveeeste .......... 0 N lo pt C 00 ispo rtible male bolzed about, simply -
.S. Pasco. Jr......... ........ ..5.3 3, -.r- getting his own living, marrying and
C, n1soli--dateul W tore. Co 1 .00 )(chvut,...C.....2...0 of te
P. Cmpb ell ................. 5.G3 Buh .. el................... dying. The responsible female not on- I
I SH 2ners i &Bo ..............."25 A Quina h Guttman ......... ... .oo 1.l j ot ur own ltve.g, but that of her
S Hal S ruders ................ -" Prank Re y ............... 25.000 children.
V .ensaco, t .. Andrews &ne ..0 "Lucy Loett
L. er "Sa hp C O............ A. e.an................2.00 So dlehow, by and by, they came to
od Ke iman............. "IS D" Dan.heisser ............. 03 e the t advantage of communal eort
veo White............A. o.0 n..100 a
SThos. Pebler ....... 5.. Ae -- -sl. -s............... ... 100 nd, ust as women say to ae another
Forbaes Furniture Co.......'.. "o luston & Quina ****....... 25.00 now, "It you'll wash the dishes l'il
N QA F. h ,arW............ a. J. Dunmores............ 10.00
. .rch.................. ... l.. "-a-h e... ... .....t Ce o one feminine hbee said to
SH G DemLlvano Co.......... 150 0 -"."- ..... .. ...^. w5 the other, "P'll be mother if you'll get
W. DAlesbe.te o.........." 100 ............ S the living." It wa a bargain and the1
uttro se..........10.H. White Mo r o............. h.0e
ee Warren Fish Co............-., 100.0 Atoamodating females took drones
t I selves. They were piaeed ia the Pensacola Stables ............ 0.oo In to board.
county jaiL C. Thiesen ................ I.0O. The queen of a beehive doeas not rule: e
; ... Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00 .he lays eggs. She does not mind the
axers. J. e. e na heard mu j. S MAJcGag.hey. ............ 5.0O babies. She does not even do her own
SPabout the htumigatorstl.t. e atly Armour Packing Co.......... ...00 digesting let alone getting the food.
dreaded their aing but lat night Dublion Bros .............. 0.0 The attendants tht surround her eed
"He called up The r ournel .d be. Str Laundry .............. 15.OJ her dith bee mela secreted by n lands
;ped to eCpres. her appreciaton o L 8. Brown & Co...........: y o her ohwe lhe bsut bt oef nr
SHe courtesy of the men. and the Judge H. Bellnger. ............ 15 .a 00 i r a ea t e felrn
preat eary they took that nothing. Marks A F ayle .............. 0 00 tie fr at certain per she e oas
should be inj.red. 8.wft t Cau ................. 25 00 the poaae of producing from 2,000 eto
Mie Fann5e Henaserson ....... 2.50 31000 eggs a day,*twice her own weiglth
The whole fa.ly Wshare th. pleasure McKensie Oerting & Co., ...... 10 t--four times, indeed, for more than half


We Opened Up 25 Cases of New Goods Saturday.

Nothing like them ever shown in Pensacola! It was a big purchase for this
late in the season, but we hae had an opportauity to buy a broken stock cheap end
we couldn't pass it.
Come Monday and veory Day this week and see the
temnptfg Brglans. You won't got ahe a ee like this often.
A. ammmm m

Blanket Bargains.
The greatest bargains ever shown
at 49c, 59d, 9c. 89c to $5.;O0 per
pair. These are actually worth
50 per cent. more.

25 pieces of fine new style Mann-
ish Tweed Suiting. worth $1.00
per yd., special price Monday
only .. .... ....... ...... .69

Special Sale Towels and

Bed Spreads.

Greatest Sflk Bargains
You Eever Saw
SEE THEM AT 39c, 47c, 69c.
See the 36-inch Black Swiss Tar-
teta Silk, regular $1.25 value,
on sale Monday, per yar.'......8Oc
86-inch 3Black and Colored Pajoda
Taffet Silks, special...... ..69c
Best 64 White,. Black and Colored
Jap/Silks, all silk. special......37c


Best 10c Bleached Huch Towels
to go at Sc or per doz.. .... ...9s
White Crash Towels, best 5c qual-
ity for. ................ 3c
Best 25c extra large Bleached
Turkish Towels, Monday. only..19c1
22x45 Bleacheci Hudk Towels, best
12%.c quality, Monday .. ...... 10c

New Mohairs and Sicilians, new
Mannish Worsteds and Yankee
Tweed Suitings, in very nobby
styles, special values at 49c
59c and.. ........... .. ....

50c new fancy Plaid Watstings
for.. ....... .. ......... 25c
SPECIAL-3 cases of fine Chiffon
Broad Cloth, sponged and
shrunk, best $1.25 value, to go
on sale at.. .......... ....98c

le&dy-to-Wear Bagais
$1.50 Wool Waists, cheap as you
S can buy the material, Monday..98c
$4.00 new Silk Waists, special
.. . . . . . . . . .$2.98
New Rain Coat, absolutely Rain
Proof, and beautifully made
worth $12.00 at .............$0.98
$15.00 Rain Coat, very choice style
tor...... ... .. ....$10.98

Barg~ais in Separme

AT $30, $4.95, $5.90 AND $7.50

5 cases of new Outings and Plan-
nelettes, the choicest patterns
ever brought out. See thelines
at 4c, 7y14, 9c and ... ...,12c 4
They are great BargainsL

GAINS in Men's and Ladies' Un-
derwear. You cannot match them
for the price.

It wl Pay You to Come and See the Grand lray dl Baalas Ready for laspecioo Moeday



Almeot Eaveadropplatr.
Among the public men in England Is
a well known speaker whose remarks
are inaudible twenty feet away. and
of him a wit said, "No one admires Mr.
X. more than I do, but I always feel
that I am taking a liberty in over-
hearing what he says."
Cause For Fear.
"I'm so afraid of lightning." said the
pretty girl, who was a born flirt.
"And well you may be." rejoined one
of her masculine victims. "You have
a heart of steel."-Philadelphia In-





When Ae Yoeu oGong to Open

The Pe aca Oyster Depot?
Well, I WUI Open on

%TCoveJmber 1st.

The Pensacola Oyster Depot

14 East' itendnc a Stheet.
samE Old Pewo, No. 13.

F. SEGARI, Proprietor.
~e g 6 ,, wr'rr w


Hats ,"Heads

We have the Hats.
th Bleads are YoWL

It will be to Our Mutual
Interest to pt them

You'll hear men say, and we
believe it's true, that this store
does the Hat business of Pen-
sacola; be it so or not, we're
certain of one thing-

It's to Beost Hat
Store we know of.
We're ready to satisfy every
demandaO' r the New Pal Styles.
Stiff Hats in the new blocks
from $1.50 to $3.50. Soft Hats
In all the new shapes and
shades from S0c to $3.50.


A mm


For Ot-terfTown People
S t Cny Priee.
We solicit country business. All orders goes out on
next train after received at identically the same
prices charged to people in the city. Our stock is
composed of S

and all kinds of Tolet Articles and Patent Medl-
clues, artileks of Pumigatioo, etc.




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The Yeow Pcwar d
USZmedm Aw ~mpmi
Is the empot f the Natismioar
of Hin pub lshed by dimatiom .1
Comrow on -the lbefvw r eemo-
00 of 38 Ia Picula, sumome Ivery in-
vmmftgs tatimt -am fmd* From
CN rert Te lujoul has secured
S. dbwtmg Suas u~rum( mew
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theyan rum in pared cohom tWM
te ms gUares ofr this year. Th
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total number of caas Jn 1882 Pensa-
cols would have had this year. instead
of l52, something like 8,452.
The compartion proves conclusively
that the discovery and application of
the moequite theory to the eight on
yellow fever has solved the question of
its control, and the result has proven
absolutely the correctness of the
theory itself.
It is claim I that a person who has
been bitten by an infected mosquito
will e*teelop yellow fever within five
days thereafter. By a study of'the
Sgues above this claim also appear
to be proven. The first frost t l 1
occurred on November 14, killlag the
mosquitoes, and exeetly five days
thereafter, or November 18, the last
case of fever developed.
8tudyiag the table still more close-
l~. it will be observed that aince the
big fumigation campaign of the pres-
eat year was commenced on October

SM e nowAP...A. ..b d. to M. anebir soe s as war -to event'
aamloGME o Wr harbor. a ckia froi applylag for a restrain-
a4o yb ethe t ti Uext t*a r a ta or4de i be want to. no way LO
d6st a othb lhigh el cal ils fl a e prevent a lawyer from taking h a
a Mather t ort be will I Ia ftr cae before the court, and so way
Plsnsola 1.A. r tbA risk is UIe 4a to prevent a court from granting an
the mud.f, tauhliat, tMmeherma tajunction when applied for--o maL-
and together relightly street ter how great may be the public in-
whch forms the "harbor" of New Or- terests involved or Injured by "he
les5. proceeding.
The record of the lever cases for
The recent eclipse of the sun is
paet two weeks, during which time
nothing compared to the eclipse of 3 l.
3,086 houses have been fumigitcJ,
Grover Cleveland since getting himself sho f thi ior
shows what the effects of this vigor-
mixed up with that Equkabl. bunch. extermination are.
ous mosquito extermination are. !a
As to the fact, if the work goes on uninterrupt-
ed, the next ten days will, in all prob-
Medical Volunteers, ability, see the last of yellow fev.r in

The following from the Tallahasiee heoual h o 1.
The Journal trusts therefore Ais
True Democrat, while probably in
r no further opposition will app ,a:
tended only as a harmless little piece but that every citizen will do
of pleasantry, nevertheless does the duty to both himself and the public
members of the medical profession a and support the health authority
Sgross injustice. The True Democrat now until the end. No one
from now until the end. No one i
says: the yellow fever. Everyone has :
Have you heard of any protesslon- more or less inconvenienced ; .
al nurse or physician volunteering to work of disinfection whI "l ua (i
go to Pensacola sad relieve thosefecti
overworked and almost exhausted sarily been done. NOL a ci izei: I1
nurses and doctors? who has lost in some way by L.it
Now the fact is that Pensacola has misfortune. But if we have kick:
not required the services of outate and complaints, let us wait until -he
physicians. Had we done so and battle is ended. Then-not now-
made an appeal for their assistance, will be the proper time to make.theti
we have no doubt that there would known.
have been plenty of volunteers to ... ,
supply the need. The "Ocala Editor" tells, in a re-
s cent article, of his early experiences
As it was, one physician, )r. John In New York. It is noticeable that
MacDiarmd, of DeLand, la., volun- he refrains from telling any of his
teered his services and came to Pen- eperience after his eye teeth wer
.. ..wr w experiences after his eye teeth wort
sacola, remaining two or ths~e weeks .
and assisting ip the work, but eeingcut.
that the local physicians were per- The President was never in the
fectly able to take cae of the situa- slightest danger during his southei
tion, he returned home. land trip., The danger appeared
One other physician, Dr. Hiram while he was trying to get away from
Byrd, volunteered to go to Penaoola New Orleans by water.
at the outbreak of the fev and has
been here bravely fighting It ever Mies Alie and her plunder hive
aince Dr By is of ae in the arrived at Whshington and the young
employ of the state board f health, lady is anxloly awaiting her papa's
but he volunteered his sici be- arrival so sh.e ma touch him for tthe
but he volunteered his vic be* customs fees.
fore the state health ofcer called on cuto fe
him to go. The state pardoning board 'ran
As for nurses, several outside point with pride to at least one hang-

29 2 0 8 ?1 s 14, the new cases have shown a steady nurses are now and have been attend
110 2 1 1 0 72 75
1 4 73 average decline for the two weeks fol. lg the sick in Peasaeola Bor severs
S1b er lowing and yesterday only one new weeks. t
1 1 2 1 1 74 76 oase was found. City Health Officer PM nt i
S 0 1 1 0 74 74 The figures are worthy of a careful forms The Journal that at no tlme
2 1 0 7 72 atudy and shoola be cut out and pro has the situation hee got yond the
S 1 "0 4 74 served for future reference. control of the local phystoima. Had
6 0 1 1 0 74 71 it done so. he would not have hesitat
7 1 4 74 75 What's become of old Rojestven ed to call foroutside aidaadhbehasne
s 12 2 1 sky? Last we heard of him he was doubt whatever but that it woutl
10 10 2 0 0 4 5 74 doing the interesting invalid act in have been generously fuftshed b
11 20 3 8 5 76 nny Japan the o.her physicians of the state.
12 22 2 0 1 64 74
1 108 0 0 665 73 Strange as it may seesim, inve
14 11 3 4 2 9 72 The Accid t to ti r hs discovered h
15 19' 2 0 0 47 74 tiator has yet
1 17 1 2 0 70 72 h Presidet's VesseL much John D. paid for thi celebrat
17 10 *0 72 72 ed wig.
18 27 1 e 0 73 72 While the unfortunate accident to
1i 2 4 1 70T 75 the light house tender Magnolia, -Se Your Opposition
2 4 6 0 72 bearing president Roosevelt from the ,
21 s o 2 6 0 72 72Until later
2 43 2 6 1 68 ity of New Orleans to the cruiser
22 M 5 6 1 67 69 West Virginia, awaiting him at the It Is a matter of regre to the entire
4 3 4 9 0 74 mouth of the Mississippi, is to be community that any citizen should
2 F 226 74 deeply regretted. it emphasizes the so far fail to recognize the great pub
S27 1 62 74 wisdom of the navy department in lic interests at stake as to invoke le
23 42 2 7 5 64 6S declining to order a four million dol- gal process to prevent the all-import
2 5 11 16 2 71 72 lar cruiser up- the tortuous and ant work of mosquito extermination
so0 53 14 3 70 76 treacherouss Mississippi to a pol&it which is now going on.
1 4 4 5 0 71 72 ou the Crescent City. When the Citizens Committee made
2 46 5 1 69 74 And a particularly strong point, its appeal to the state board of
3 S 5 9 4 70 72 which will hardly escape the notice, health for aid, it did so wkA the a*-
4 3 0 1 67 7of officials is the fact that such a' surances, and the aid was given with
S 74 4 18 2 69 70 accident was possible to a vessel the understanding, that absolute co
7 4 2 15 1 70 bearing the first man of the nation, operation on the part of oUr citizens
8 77 2 19 0 71 70 preceded as it was by a convoy in was to be accorded State Health Off-
S 4 422 t 7 the revenue cutter Ivey and surround- cer Porter in the work of ftmigat:o
21 0 7 24 0 70 ed with every conceivable precaution which the money thua placed at asn
12 33 6 23 3 70 5 to 4asure the personal safety of the command made possible.
IS 4 29 4 67 54 president. That the accident was Lo The great mass of our citiseas
14 5 11 1 62 62 more serious; that Mr. Roosevelt's everywhere have been and are in per-
If 64 3 16 2 66 68
16 70 7 2 5 life was spared, is a matter of nation- feet harmony with that understand-
17 50 1 1 72 9 al congratulation.l ng, and their cooperation has been
1 54 3 0 73 68 With all her boasted greatness the steadfast from the beginning. Unfor
1 53 i 7 2 63 69 fact is undeniable that New Orleans is
21 4f 3 0 62 5 a river cit). and not a seaport In the
22 5 1 16 1 60 4 true sense of the word. The com- T"4 0 td I
S 37 1 7 1 60 51 merce of a river is primarily respon- k v 8l'-M-0p, *--S
24 51 5 9 1 53 56 sible for her present position-the a Tto of
25 38 2 S 2 56 64 commerce of the Gulf, until within
26 37 0 12 2 55 566
7 1 9 2 57 55 colparatlvely recent years, was corm- 1 S 33 1 1 3 62 56!pelled by fore of circumstances to
9 9 1 66 make its way up the river, through a' 1 3 6 94 5
30 1i 4 65 tortuous channel and against a strong 4 .i ,
November current in order to secure the cargoe+ w
1 11 0 70 brought by river steamers. Railroads av *n oT
2 7 1 65 at first naturally followed the river
3 9 2 '2 land. consequently, when tne river
4 10 2 ni-commmr. e waned because of compc
4 1 0 r.
S 6 1 o tion. *,e products of the interim BUMV
7 7 1 52 were till deposited upon the wharves
S 3 3 140 miles from deep water. The following figu's how TheF Pe
9 2 52 dp sacola journals circulation for eae
s1 3 0 55 These conditions. however, are rap-day during the month of Septgeber,
11 4 2 63 idly changing and railroads are saek- 1905, with the average number of
12 11 1 :0 ing an outlet at ports that are di- copies ily:
13 1 0 4 rect!y upon tht gulf and where ships SePt. 1 ,O0 Sept .1 7
14 0 0 3. sept. 2, 5,000w Set Iy, ,5150
is 0 0 43 can load to ary depth directly from gpt. 3, 5,200 Sept. l
16 5 0 45 the cars. Spt. 4, .. ** i, t0
1 0 0 4 An accident such as happened to Sept. 5 5000 Sept. a
1 0 'Mr Rosevets- vessel would have 8p s 5 kg S
19 I 47 Qept 7, 1200 4S7, 7
2fl i 4 iben impossible at Pensacola and the!'C, 5,t00 ept. ,
21 1 42 fac tha: :hl r:avy department recog apt. 9, 5,200 Sp 24 ag0
.- nlzes th.s port as the fines: deep-Sept. 101 5,5 P. 3 -.
T7t 3 !-4 : ;7 77 jwe.tr harbor on the gulf has been sePt' 11, Se2t ^ M
FPrs: :ght' n 1s82, Nov 14th. amn' denon-rated in the past SSt 5,300 I P ,
st k n fro. 1 Nv th. Onl vn miles from the oen gulf: pept. i s 5,300Pt
36 degree. with ampr:t r 1 wilhitn the landlock- Sept. 1, 5,30 Sep- m 30,
... __, ba\ o aN ;.w vessels of any i Total for te' month..... ,1
So size ~"M- da-----
From thes{ figures same v.ry in:er- to maneuver without danger of c.l-; Avr *"
eting conclusions may be drawn. liding through "confusion of signals;" I hereby certll U tha the aoOvestat
meat is correct accordi to the reo
The Pensacola of Iti2 -waf onl with deep water anchorage sufficient words on file n this oca.
about one fourth the size of :he Pen- to accommodate the navies of the W A. -SW-'.
,acola of 1905. et' the number of, world: with every advantage that .O elatilo Mir.
<.ses that year was more than four bountiful nature could bestow. Pena-. Sworn to and subscribed betor meg
e gretr than the total number la. in te near future, this 30~ day of Septerlbe, 195 .
times greater than the total numbervola. in the near future, is destineelt P nrwm d

so far this year. On the ratio of the Ito lead all southern ports in

I Ing in which it didn't interfere-at
l Marianna last Friday.
. Uncle Henry Watterson has begun
e to write about angels. Can it be
e that the old gentleman is begnninng
d to get scaretf
> Wonder hcwr much President Mc-
o Curdy, of i4e Mutual Life, would
d give to call tbe whole matter quits7


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For Sle by
Hmnnah Brm

Classical Schoel

Boys and Girls.
-One of the very bet asecodawr
schools in the South."-ProL WaKf
Miller, Tuai Univeriaty.
The Sixth Annual Mesioa will
gin October 2. 190L
The Pensacola Claumscal sbeol a
anihes the elements of a sound aI'

It offers every advantage tor a
ration for the neat eoliegaU ;les md scientific Ishoola Ia *s --e.
Its instructors are thoorUh -a -
pod teachers t Mhe 4lAefM)M at
work In whieh they Mtant
The pnptis rhlve ag
uch a number a V A--- 4 -
tl .upe.riaioa 0 t*r re- ofo
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}Q -"-Q COlFORT..
If you will call we will -.,: pleasure in showing
"Sharm" one-piece Lavatories and other fixtures of the a
facture we have displayed in our showroom, and will s
with information required to secure a perfect plumbing jol



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It winl pay you to Investigate eor pricu oe ea ylag yoer
hardware,' Sash, Doors, Winds or Lumber.
We also handle Piat, OIs, rik, Umn ua Cent.
We caun U yjo mnsy a evn vythrln.

Sounders Mill Oommpny

Office 29 Bast Garden Street Phome 717.
Factory, North Paldafo Street. Phone 1130.


Secretary Taft should run over and No, M50
take a fall ,et of President Castro H. L COVINGTON, Presldent M. L. CLARK CaeMr.
. l he S the nehorhod. W. LAMAR, Vke-Presmdet. JNO. Pii tiERi. Aset. ashier
While be0 U)46kthe aefthboxthod.
Dr. Andi.o Twill be classed with
SJakelokvtIig quipicious characters n m t Ull I IUII NL ANR
for eral y r yet. o~P PtSACOLA, Fl. '
trouab) a Ietwla is assuming rather Capital StaeL, *200,000 Slr'plut ,0.00
lawe prKirirons. I'"*S J, I
SHenry L Covrngtoo ,. J. Iho
d Both TMddy and Taft are on the J. M. Pfeiffer. AM. I Aer
High seas. Wonder who's holding Brya Dunwody., K iua,
. the lid '*dow? rank lelly, I Ca
SW. S. Rosasco, c. A. O'Na
President Loubet seems to be hav- T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hnsab,
ing the time of his life. L Brwner, ae ensie Oestb4
C. W. Lsmar, Alma.e Oewin,
S--Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Crporatlm anrd Firmw i lcted.
To its patrons a modern store or Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Depa)ita
Shop may mean many things. It may ___,_
Mean simply a pleasant shopping _____,,,
place; or'lt may mean a "house of op.
s portunitles," a place with all of the WM. H. KNOWLES, President. W. K. HY]R, JIR, V.-PrO. and Cashler
- magnetic virtues "bargains" can give THOS. W. BRBNT. Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS,1 Ast. Cashier.
SIt, aided by its reputation for up-to-
Sdateneas in ts service, equipment,
But, no matter what the store means
Sto the patron, to the owner it means ll
S t he al analysis-a MON'Y MA-
::Fuirst National Bank
The net product of this money ma-
hb i tb thtg about it which in- da 9--n t M
Streets him most. ""
And te t product depends upon I RECTORS, P. C. Brent A. Bount Wn. H. Knowles
In the first place there's a street W, K. Hyer, Jrt. D G. Brent.
full-- city -full-of these money ma-
chines, all grinding away, each one's -, rA 1i l n ,li. a S
elda t gbaingchb on foreign and Domestic Exchange BoD ght and Sold.
net product being determined by the r g a Wm i nBo h d i
skill and intelligence of the mind that
controls and guides and operates It. e dr our wn Bills of x- V s dsbud upon t most
Walking along any c: our streets we ran our W n ila o vsd usd n mee
you will be impressed with the fac. change oFn GreAt rin, Irelnd Favorable Terms, and their obli
that here and there is to be found, one ermoen, Fr ne, Beltrium, ItRulya gations taken payplie at Port of
of these mp.ey machines that is sadly Nollnd, Swpaen, enlgiuma,, Ruia, Destination Tnay Aftr V
out of relair-another that has been try, E Dnmrk, and Dnt Ten aysrves theme
wholly wrecked and abandoned--still ther uron countries Arr.ve the..
another that is running with a creak ing. .
and a "crunch" which betokens "some- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, m Conection with which we
thing wrong' with the opeltoimin-
charge, and which forecasts an earl, hae a Private Depatw t for the use of Renters.
To expead the simile of the Money S uvlgs OlN_1lt--I-l- f aUIt M P9ae 1f atA
Machine; the opetor, th the one i m .. r-- -
object and purpose of NET PRODUCT, ... of ... pw
feeds into the machine, eery business *, I 1 "
day, a great variety of "raw material ILTON AX,. passa. T.. ----K... LLM .V
-such as dependable goods, price-con- I xM.ssawRuvLLx;aIa lfiO O, -AM AM"01A' ,.
cession, polite service, style-reliabli- h.Ai a -^,--- a i
Ity, and many more like them, the CitlzenS M tonal ilk k,
machine tiara out inisheo' dollars, net oft r sse. toridd.
profits, for the merchant-or opera- *I3 eaisa. s
tor. 6enw W Mwxera nsar. I. TI w.me t
It may be asked where, in connec- s M. BoM- o lim- a.ens.
tlon with %& machine. (IUBIUCITY IA ENR.4l L BANKINr BUSINWBB
comes ln-k hat part the newspaper ,
advertilag-plays In arriving at this-~ -;. .o...---- .....b...b......b. o---Ss .S... z.gii _
net product of dollars.THE ANSWER j. a Pggi prmsdet. 3. V. W. Csh
When the machine runs haltingly It Direetsew-L. J. RetvSs J. 1108 6 W. DCLSO tWe8 CAWe n
ts nusully because the operator Tha RANSCTWS A PDL eBe Q. -
concluded that its operation is siptng TRANSACTS A G aL Afn f jG
too much money, and that the place gU ACOU
to ecoamiume is on MOTIVW POWR. .. >all| ,
No distance has yet been hown of h
a rilrad determining tht as fuel is BUY COAL NOW.
ocrtly they wil albadro stem and ItBi i the last week ot amer
rm their locoudve by bhd-power. vAu V OI ASn I
But that woWs be as god a policy as pries oa 00 B uy s n ot e e w i ?et ~ WttIYIL1 e. b
for a big store-or kind of a store St of low prices. Comnum lere Ce e L NT Atblg 110 t
r smn- to abih publicity.or Fuel CO, Chs and TaraTeo Phas V .L, I. C a
ue it too uparindy, as motie power. 259. de*L2 i '

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Se evices at the
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0-r -'- -lr 4O lti44 l schOl 9 a. m. German service 10rl
a. m. English service with holy eoi
Sw union 7 p. m. Confession 6;30 p.
/ ILh Scandinavian Lutheran Church
Services at 10:30 a. m. Bad 5I n.
SRev. Role, Pastor.
01 1 IIPresbyterian.
tIrsrt Presbyterian Chur eb -RL

lwowl g s the order tf services superintendent Epworth League 6:30 Julian S. Sibley. pastor 'Bandi
ait s m U s ebur r t@eday: p. m. scLool 9:30 a. m. Christian lndeavc
Ggl. adsden Street Methodist Church- 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. onl
St. Midael's (lurch, First mass 7 Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by Sunday school at the Stoddart Av
'clock; curen's mass 9 o'clock; last the pastor, Rev. F. A. Rogers. Sun- nue Mission at 4 p. m. C P. Zee
mfa l:23 o'clock; vespers 4 o'clock. day school 9:30 a. m. Epworth Iague superintendent. All are cordially
t. Joseph's Church---ervices as fol- 7 pm. vited.
ltoe: ( r one service today, at 8 a. Reed's Chapel--RB Oeo. W. Car
W. Parisbhoers please take notice. penter. Pastor-Services every frst Church of Christ.
SIUday 7 a. m. IOw Mass ana' In-! Sunday at 11 a.m.. by the pator; Sun. Church of Chris,.-Corner Alcan
tct. 9 a m. Sunday school. 10 day school at 10 a. a., J. E. Beal. and Jackson streets. Bib:e school 8:4
Ia. Rogh Mem and Instruction. 4 p. superintendent.
. Va.egs Rosery and Benediction of Muscogee Wharf Church-Rev. Geo a. m. reaching at 11 a. m. and 7:4
the spes '5 oeraent. W. Carpate.r Pastor-Services er m.by W.T.Tracy. Jiayer meetis
Mas dserin the wek is at :30 a. first and bird Sunday at 7:30 p. m, Wednesday night at 8 o lock.
W easep thMondays and Fridays. when conducted by the pastor. Sunday 1 0
I eept t a. m. Duin Leniday he school at 3:30 p m.. ,. N. AndrewE, Christian.
it s at 8 a. m. During Lent and the
oLths i oMay and October it is at superintendent. Prayer meeting every First Christanu Church-Corner A
Thursday rintht at 7:30 o'clock. caniz and Gregory streets. Sunday
am.esios in the evening before Warrington Chrch-Rev Geo. W. school 9:45 a..m., H. J. Mackey, Sup
(onfestons in the evenings befor-'
Standay. Holy Days of Ohligation and Carpenter, Pastor--ySrvice every Communion at 11:00 a. m. Pray,
Sat 7:30 p. m.. every fourth Sunday. meeting every Thursday at 8 p. m.
First Frihays from 4 p.. to 9 p. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Fred
Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by lum, superintendent
appoaitment j * Salvation Army.

Episcopal. Firs~ Baptist Church-Sunday school
Christ Cshu ch-Rev. P. H. Waler 0 a. m .. E D. BegRs. sup,.rintlcnl
D. D. Rector. Regular s rv;ces a t 7:34 P ret.an S Rieti 4 p. m.in Y. B
.and 11 a. m. ard 5:30 p. m. Sunday y 4 .; Y.
schooll 9:45 a. m. Wdnesda)s and 7 B CuhS
Eas: End's Bapfur Ch-urei-Sitndae.
Erdays services at 5:30 p. m. 1 i sa.. i, Wri ht'., Mill Shei
tL Katharines-Cervantes and Drs- ^ ta aWinh Mi and
viastreets Rev Andrew T. Sharpe reccrnr of 10th avn, and Ara
:larer .on street. A cordial initatio is ex
a. Und 4 p. m. Sunday school 9.30 .
m. All welcome. Universalist.
StL John's Church--Warrington. Re. i
A. T. Sharpe, minister in charge. First Universaiist Church-Ea.at
rdlang prayer and se: mon. 7:30 p. m ChaCh street. Sunday school at 10 a.
* min.; Y. P. C. U., 7:;00 p. m. All are
Methodist. i cordially invited.
Palafox Street Methodist Church--
ev. B C. Glenn, pastor. Regular set Lutheran Church.
vies at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun- German Lutheran Church-Rev. J.
day school 9:30 a. m. J. N. Andrews, F. W. Reinhardt. pastor. Sunday

Hotetter's Stemach Bittrrs was first offered
sick people of the world and from that time
been regarded as the s'andard remedy for
ments of the Stomach L.iver and Kidneys.
equalled record of cures is a sure guarantee


Stomach Bitters
is therefore the medicine needed by everyone whose
stomach is weak, whose appetite is poor, or whose
kidneys are unable to perform their proper func-
tions. Its results are certain. It also cures
mour Stomach, Vomiting, Heartburn. Cramps,
Cetivenes, Headache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Colds or Grippe.
Yung girls and women who suffer every month
rma ill peculiar of their sex can be cured by the



Nerbro's Herpicide saves the hair by destroying

the germ or microbe that ie known to be the cause
aof dadrur, tiling hair and baldness. In chronic
baldnae the hair follicles are completely atrophied
castug the scalp to shrink and shine; little can be
dome.i sch cases except to save the remaining
$Sri." and this is well worth saving, for it offers
4 e protei against the cold.
'The% "Hair grower" is a fallacy. It requires but
a t khaIowlNge of Anatomy to know that the
hair gets its life and strength from the hair-papilia
at the bottom of the hair follicle, and the papilla
ti tar gets its ourl-hment direct from the blood;
rdore nature is the only true hair grower.
Them are eneues of hair growth that cause hair
ft a b LaemUd .- Invisible microbe growths enter
to setb oins glands, situated at the top of the.
hair tolliles (Or. Sabouraud. of Paris, says the
microbe usually enters te scalp in youth), where
ee Colony after another is established, until finally
after mouths and sometimess years, there is dan-
dr itchlag scalp and falling hair.
The Sebum also solidifies, eaus-
Ing dry. lustreless and brittle
hair. Destroy this microbic
growth with Newbro's Herpicide
and protect the hair against re-
infection, and it will grow as
nature intended.

Newbro's Herpicide is a Twentieth Century Rem.
edmy. Its mission is to teach new rules for scalp
cleanliness, new rules for hair preservation and to
supply a germ-destroying solution that will enable
careful persons to have beautiful and luxuriant
hair. Almost marvelous results follow the use of
Herpicide, and if it does not do more than we claim
for it, your dealer will refund your purchase price.
As a hair dressing it is truly exquisite, on account
of its dainty and refreshing ordor, which is charac-
teristic. It contains no oil, grease or sedimentary
substance, neither de-e it tala nor Are the heir.
stops itching of the scalp almost instantly.
It gives me pleasure to testify to 4he merits of
Newbro's iHerpicide and to its effectiveness as a adn-
drff cure and its pleasing qualities as a scalp
cleanser. I use it regularly both at. home and at my
barber's and find it cooling, cleansing and moat
agreeable in every way.
Pensacola, Fla FRANK L. MAYBS.
For years I have been troubled with dandrut very
badly, having tried many different
hair preparations, but did not re-
ceive any benefit. The dollar bot-
tle of Newbro's Herpicide helped
me so much that I am now using
the second bottle. a
MRS. W. R. SLtaCLKtl,
Gainesville, Fla.

W. A. D'ALEMBERTE, Special Agent,
kbsta wm t parcr, U1 S. Pilfox Sreet, Penola, Flida.
Send, 10c In stamps for sample to The HerpicTde Co., Dept. L, Detroit, Mich

ing to Opposition Now Encoun-
tered Heath Officer Is

The fumigation of residences 'o
suppress the spread of yellow fever
and to eradicate the disease, may
stop at an early date. If so it will
be due to the opposition of certain
residents of the city who, according
to the officials, have thrown obstacles
in, the way of the fumigating oorps,
and even resorted to the courts to
prevent the work being done.
A rumor to the effect that the work
might be stopped was circulated last
night. When Dr. Porter was asked
regarding the matter he said:
"The fumigating may atop. The
opposition we are, meeting with is
not encouraging, and the manner in
which some of the citizens are pro-
oeeding to block the progress of the
corps Is not in accord with the con-
cessions granted President Hendry
of the State Board in ordering the ex-
penditure of the state funds. I have
notified him of the action today.
"It has been uphill work with us
ever since we began. Every impedi-
ment and obstacle possible has been
thrown in our way since the start.
Bome residents seem to think I take
great pleasure in the fact that yel-
low fever exists here.
"The present decrease in the cases
is directly due to the fumigaticn
work, and I am confident that should
fumigation continue for one more
week, by next Saturday night no new
cases wquld be reported, but at pros
eat I cannot say it will continue."
Dr. Porter, as well as other ofl-
clas were much disappointed with
the opposition that has been encoun-
tered. Up to date there have been
3,026 houses fumigated, and the de-
crease In cases shows what the fumi-
gation by sulphur will do in killing
the mosquitoes and preventing the
fever's spread.
The pay roll for the fumigation
alone for the past week amounted to
$1,650, while all expenses, including
the guards reached the amount of
$2,700. This amount is being expend-
ed here each week by the state to
suppress the yellow fever, and the
otate health officer is of the opinion
tUt more appreciation and assistance
shuld be secured.
cald head Is an eczema of the
lcalp-very severe sometimes, but it
ca be cured. poan's Oinment, quick
ead permanent Is ite results. At any
drug store. 50 ots.A
=i- I desire to extend my sincere thanks
. to the Odd Fellows, and to, the Car
- peIters' Union for their assistance and
I kdness in the event of the death of
my husband. I shall always remem-
ber them. MRS. F. E. WEST.
S f-also wish to extead sincere thanks
L to Dr. Wright, who attended my hus-
,o band during his illness, for his untir-i
y. Ing efforts an' his efficient service.
re- MRS. F. E. WEST.






No regular services during preval-
1 (nce ot fever. Richard Norris, cap
- ,an in charge.
First Church of Christ, Scieptist.
Fi st Church o0 Ctririsl c~,etist--
*Se'\,ce at 11 a. m. servicess will be.
ikeld in tae Pensacola Library buill-'
Sing on East Chase street.
Christian Science.
The Christian Scientists hold theit
Smeet:ng Sunday at the Masonic Tem-
Spile at 5 p. m. The Wednesday meet-
- ing will be at 5 p. m., same place. Sub-
ject today "Everlasting Punishment."

Mrs. F. L. Bowen, whose latehus-
band was proprietor of the Southern
Hotel. will continue ;the management
of this popular hostelry in the usual
I 0 splendid manner in which her late
o husband conducted it.
The Southern has been thoroughly
to the renovated and is unexcelled in clean-
on hap lines and excellence of cuisine.
all ail- Special meal tickets are sold to those
Its un- desiring meals without room. Mrs.
0 of its Bowen kindly asks the patronage and
good-will of the public.


I desire to tender my sincere and
heartfelt thanks to the many kind
friends who helped minister to fa4
dear mother in the few aikys of her last
illness. We came here two years ago
strangers, but none could have been
kinder than those who gathered round
me in my sorrow and lonliness. I also
desire to express my thanks to Bro.
Rodgers, who conducted the services
and L. Wittich. A. M Hyer, N. B
Cook and Frank Harrison. who were
the pallbearers.

The big British steamer Cheqsfle!'!
arrived in port yesterday afternoon
and went alongside of the Comman
dencia street wharf, where she will
begin taking cargo this morning.
The Chessfield will carry an im
mense cargo of cotton from this port
to Bremen, and today a large force
of men will be placed at work stor-
ing the fleecy staple.
The steamer Hatasu is also taking
a large cargo of cotton.


7 r'k7wG1ryof

Naa, if left aloe, will cure for itself;
dtb might havebe true at som pre-istoric
tib, but since for ages it has not been left
alea.s but has been bound down and fettered
by the otervances sad m uadataof soety, it
cam no longer care for itself.
At no time does the truth o* ti appeal t as
mor strongly than at that period of woman's
life when sa is about to become a mother.
Nature t be aist at tL acrisi ad
torthis very coniBnac

bo bars dwIted that she m S mI umm
impriMoed ad wakened a they hie ben
%y Itw ,re oour higber dilisatio, may
fll without sae afsereng and possible
lasting hBrm, the fnctious for wrhic the CA.
rL tended the.L
Mother's Frind by itse idl oFesa Mtems
ad relah thae pasts and enables the mother
to ba, to pm through the panrmwis period
,ad actual cnis with practically -N Ouferin
Shemelfad an eaydeli wy el o er oTpq.
it i applied ei mlrsa ar asa a m a d is
nm.brritatiag, soocthi, and oa eficaciaou
.ia.ent. Saon A dra s Ou boo.

ATrWm, A. S



Remember, It Opens Wednesday,Nov. 1


To Fit Them Out With

Shoes, Clothing, Underwear,

Hats, Caps and Hosiery.

We have the

Largest and Best Selected Stock

in West Florida and at reasonable pri&s.

FROM $1.50 TO 4.00; SIZES 3 TO

PRICE FROM $5.00 TO $15M0
50c and 75c.

$1.00 AND $1.50.
CHILDREN' CAPS, 25c to 200

1t UIXCWC' *o; SIZES T O 11, T7
T10 -.0; SIZES 11 to 2 FROM
*1 .TO P; *Z E 21 Ato /sa, $1t0
SIo AMD oft
imIt 0 to S, O00 TO $1.0; 0/, TO
it, 78 tos SM; 111, to 2, SIjo to
St,; *J/s to 16 $1.o TO O.I&

Shen we placed our orders for fall Goods. we

calculated on having the largest business this reason

in the history of our firm and bought accordigly.

The fever has not caused us to tater our plans one
iota, consequently we are now prepared to offer the

public the grandest line of merchandise ever shown

in this city.






In loving remembrance of George
A. Byrner, died October 17, 1905, age
Pear little hands I miss them so;
',l through the day wherever I go-
"11 through the night how lonely it '
For no little hands wake me out of
my dreams.
I miss them all through the weary
I miss them as others do sunshinei
and flowers.
Day time or night time wherever I -o
Dear little hands. I miss them so.

'This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money
f Foley's Honey and Tar fails t3
cure your cough or cold. It stops t:e
ough, heals the lungs and prevent
serious results from a cold. Cures ia
-rippe cough and prev. nts pneu.noria
ind consumption Crn'aans no opi
tes. The enu ne i I a el'ow pack.
-e. Refuse tuhs:itUn W D'A
m n;berte, Drureist an I .or,

BUi C'
This is tt- 1?st r
p-ices on coal Buy noc g nd et bent(,
ft of low prices. Consumers Ice &
Fr el Co,.Cl hs amd Tarragcna. Phome
259. 2Soctt.I

T-Ov r

20000.0 Sold n West Horida m 190%.

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the evidence that they altee i

word. What an enormous refponsi- W 5w
9 L.. .. lma. ... -- .- -eas"1 ability they have and are bearbiL T fl iinn rl CtS ly nohg eriou
and what a return" a3uighai aI tile iAr akin and t1g ctithE he
*gm, S- n~Wh ^C.,orThee many friends of1 g a 5 MissI tre thatTo CatFrthR usually
w a a merely from quinsy, will be pleased cold in the but when the poisons, which are thrown o
to learn tht she is slowly imp secretions the blood it beco a cotit
Ing. Miss Pinney, with her father that atfets att party of uebody. It has more annoying and dug
Mr. John L. Pinney and family, andid i tomis than ay other disease. There is a sickenig and offens
OF FORMER wife and two children, Mrs. Dud her sister Mrs. Ackerman and two! from the nostrils, a constant buzzing noise in the ears. headac
iACOL.A COUPLE. Hoyt and two children, Mrs. E. H. beautiful children John and Irma. Is J in the eyes are frequent, while filthy, tenacous matter drops
t Weola friends will be interest- Robinson, the MiL.es Cleo and Mabel .at the managers cottage of the South- od throat requiring dontinual hawking and spitting, and in certain
In te the following announcement Johnson of brent, Misses Maggie, ern Brick Co., near Brent, where they W disease the beth has an odor that is vey offensive. Catarr
tte Gnthrie. Okla., Timeb: Laura and Zoe Parazine, Misses Idell have been for two months. Has reach far ot FideL I l Winter, because the cold weather closes the pores and gland,
ss eka rissell and HenrMilliea l Evert. of Pesola, of Pensacola. Visitors PbmS. ons and unhealthy vapors which should pss off that way are
a we quietly married at Miss Amelia Beale. Mr. Ed Mr.iias. G. R, Stamps of Birmingham, here tell us they have on the tender linings and tissues, casing the inflammation
church last evening byR evSr., Miss Agnes WIIams. Mr. Biy Ala. is visiting her daughter r.; better
The church was prettily Hort and Mi M. P. Sonders. H. S. Amos on Hayne street: Cra ms anld bas In the PRIZE WON BY MISS OLIVE KAY theunfltetns to be ab-
...ated wiUth simple flowers. Tbere Mrs. Vashti Jones of Milon is vi- lg ,ir WAGENER OF WARRINGTON, tbed c t e bloou. Whenthe.blood ihad-l3M a
efS o attendants and only the rel- citing her daughter Mrs Harry Ho'yt Mr. John Tompson and the Misses rt of t WAGENER OF WARINGTON become diseased with thlscatarrhal a .
les and a few close friends of he and renewing old acquaintance. It Thompson have returned from aowthistobetruetoo LA.-MANY D ERENT AN material dsocom catonsmay a
.kfMde and groom witnessed the cere- Il delightful when two or three of month In the country. ow s SWERS SENT IN FOR NOS. TWOT be looked for. As the blood circa- -,c,,t- e.S_, a-y
g-o ".. them get together to listen to the latest through the body the foul mat- tSdaisonea ms e a
Mrs. ThomIpson is well known in stories they tell of the times when Mr. and Mrs. John Burns, Mr. and AND THREE. ter finds its way into the stomach, blood ab.odceadtt
agde and was well known in club Ferry Pas was young Mrs. Timothy Burns and interesting nd n af ruining thediestionand producing
M. Mr. Thompson is one of tae LISTI-. children have returned from the n.n-j| MnUy wtcIHIUf, Those s in thie six Large Amer chronic Dyspepsiat or Catarrh ofdthe sta
employes of the Electrici -- ty where they spent the past month. 'can Cities pictured last Sunday wcre stomach. It also afects the Kidneys toe S 8t S
y. Both the bride and groo,. MRS. AND MISS McHUGH 140 S. Palafor. Pone 999 tOo much for the Puzzle Army. Nos Bladder a lnd othe tmembrof the bod, hile the 1eral --
a ho of friend who wish hm AVING A LOVELY TIME. Mr. Henry Monk who was taken 2, 3 4 and 6, cem o have been es. ad t a
hst friedswowis h HAVIN Jame LOV Y ha... .. peially bard wh'e "No. 2," was a ene-,-p--e.ost ad-the patient feel despondent and.. half ..
ltheirmarried life.-.Mrs. James McHugh. hr., and at- I]l on Monday has safely passed theButtworst
| ir. Thopsotn and ride formerly vtractive daughter Miss Blanche, must crisi s and is now convalescing. Mr. regular bugga ;.o). But worst of all, i thetrobe is checked the, ngsbec-e
.ied ti this city and their friends be having a love!y time outw st. Monk was able tobeout Fridayf --or--- Miss Olve Kay Waggener of War- theconstant paageof poisoned bloodthroghthem,andCatar
| rej tice in their happiness and While in Chicago the were charm- the first time dfier a serious illness, moved and she can return to her rington. Fla., is entitledd to the dollar in Consumption, the most fatal of all diseases. Yon cannot g
ISa bet wishes for a long and: mngy entertained by Mr. and Mrs. W. agd their numerous friends are very home in Warrington. Miss Higgina this ttime and Mr. Mayes will send it tarrh by treating it with sprays, washes, inhalations, etc., becat
we4ded lie. H. Maguire and family and other glad indeed left her cousins Mry. Aylward and to her on Monday. I reach the membranes and tissues, while the real cause of thetro
| --4.-- 'frineds with a series of luncheons. Miss Co.sgrove in the mountains oft The cotrect answers for last Sun- blood. These relieve the annoyingsymptomsfora time, but
SUrrUTHRLAND'S card and theatre parties given in Mr. A. Dell has happily recovered Pennalyvania where they are enjow- day are as follows: all the while getting a stronger hold on the system andwhe
IN CALIFORNIA.I their onor fmiu a few da>s illness. Ing life for the autumn. Miss Hig- Answers for October 22. off will manifest itself in worse form than before. S. S. S. is th
Mr.. Sutherland has received Now thy are at Wezll o gins is extremely glad to be home No. 1 Worceser allblood ri andwhenitleanedtheood.this
re.J.itd tow tdt yare at "en"zville, Mo.,i.9 &!1lblood
Sr fro his sister Mrs. J. B. gusts of Mr. McHugn's brother, Mr. Mr. Rolfs and bride, formerly Mlss. again. No. 2. Cincinnati. circulates through the body, carrying healthful properties to
.. ... Pleasauton, Cal., anountngIJoan McHugh and family who are en ;Gila Gouzalez, are expected home in N No. 3. Minneapolis. pals. th u the mryngm s ald tissues ben to h
: - .s news that his mother d4(d tertaining them this week at their a few days after a four months honey- A pretty autumn wedding took Ne. 4. Aiatat. ce t a chanrsa a d e the general
1geOct. 19. _country house near Flint Hill, Mo. moon spent abroad and will be at place Oct. 11 at the home of ex-Sen. No. 5. New Orleans. c h ag' ceast etnei-.i
I& Sotberlaad leaves two sons with a charming hou.-e party, and' home to their friends at Mrs. John B. 'utor H. E. Packer. East Union Street. No. 6 Los Angeles. h e system is strengthen'
A two daughters who wil have ihe other festivities in their honor are Guttman's. JBurlington, N. J., the contracting par- Correct Answers Received. mte annoysag and agu
M y of a large ciicle of friends. prominent in society news. i ties being the Senator's daughbtr, Correct answers tc the puzzle pie- toms pass away. and thep
el- David .R. of San Francisco. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. J. Z. Cravey is expected home' Miss Rosina Ivins Packer, and Lieu': tures published in The Journal S n- m perfect health. S. S. S
L M. L Jeeeke of Washington Wilerding rave a luncheon in their this week from Birmingham where Walter Merrill Hunt of the battleship day, Oct. 22, were receive) from tle remedy for Catarrh. It go
Mrs. J. B. Waltom with whow honor at the beautiful country resi- she Is visiting her sister. Alabama. The ceremony was per- following boys and girls: PUIRELY VEIETA the blood and removes all
sMd and Mr. J. R. Suther- dence of the Wilerdings near Fliut formed by the Rev. Dr. Edward B. Alice K. Dow, City. and catarrhal poison and c
E this city. Hill. Rev. Jullan S. Sibley and Mr. Will Hodge, of Philadelhia, formerly pas- Stella Retnharrt. Ciy. ease permanently, ad atthesametime bildsp theentiresy
S-.- On Monday Mr. James McCormack Ferrilss are with Mr. George Reese tor of the Presb.yterlan church. As- Reginil DeSilva, Bayshore. tonicetect 8.8. S. iapurelyvegetleremedy-nou-injurio
TO RETURN and sister entertained for then at at the Reese home on North Baylen. sisted by the Rev. Frank Lukens. Irma DeSilva, Bayshore. tern and a ertai, reliable cre or Catarrh Catarrh sbuffeer
th2IUAOLA. !dinner ., 8 The maid of honor was Miss M argue- milie Frotscher Koch. City. free consulting department helpful ia advising local treatmew
I &r. aad Mrs. R. Q Owsley are now On their way home Mrs. and Miss Mrs. Julian S. Sibley is now Inrite Packer, a sister of the bride. Robert Brent, Brentwood. Fla.
M~h1-l. ber mother Mrs. J. C. Fish- McHugh are to stop several days next Birmingham, Ala., on her way hnOmeThe best man was l.eut. J. Harvey Wllie Bvent. Brdetwoo4 FFla. with . 1nW 1^5 W AU 1
i la~Iso ilUe. Ky, as the found month where other social attentions and will return in a few weeks. MrsI. Tomb, U. S. N.-Army and Navy Frances Brent, Brentwood, Fla. ....... x 1_
,g i-mtamnsis though wrgeous in i await them and after nearly three Sibley's nany friends regret to learn Journal. Louisa Lewis, City.
M. awtzmmal glory, lndedly too months they are announced as expect- that she was quite ill for a week or 4 Virginia C. Walker, City.
eWl tr comfort. Writing from Loui ing to reach home by the middle of two before leaving Virgitia and trust Miss Annie Alasworth is happily re- Dan Walker, City.
to a friend, Mrs. Owsley says- November. an early return to Florida will fld covering from her recentillness Robert otts, Bagdad. A
I Sever was so anxious to .et her entirely restoed to health. Olive Kay Waggener, Warrington. tf t 1ArN I
boaore. We are anxiously Little Miss Cora Reed's friends will i Th fe of Ms Mario Sbe Charles Chunnm City. A
rll the cold weather to reach be pleased to know that she is able Mrs. A. M. Avery has returned and The tendrs CohtMus bao t o Nnac Morenos, City.
h Iia. Weret having plenty of to sit up from her recent illness. with Mr. Avery s at Old Mill Inn parTd regret to learn that she is o n1die McEwen, Bgdad, Fla. withimplicit coldence in the present iand a great future
-- Mr D. Bey. I don't theronk I ever appre-h a p iHer charming daughters Miss Stella the sick list, corner ory and h pe she wil soon Beulah L. Crona, Warrngton Fla.kes great pleasure -
ow dear old Pensacola and i* Well, really the taint often seems. and Miss Katharine remain in Atlanta bewell w again. BE re Ifarie Bell, City.
4111 climate lo ,much before, more apparent than the money. for several weeks longer with MI"s Gladys Bell, City.
01 do hope they will soon stamp I Julia Orme. Judge James R. Landrum and Mrs. Annie Harwell, City.
| the fever go we wanderers can The Friday Euchre met with Mrs. Landrum, beginning today are domi- Lima, .New York. Bridgeport, Mil- SC)L C t.TL & Co.
-sem home.- John Pfeiffer on West Government., Mrs. John C. Avery returned last ciled at Mrs. Northup's beautiful ton, Ne'zan, La Crosse Midway,
-1110- Mrs. C D. Beyer won the ace prize, evening, home, corner Gregory and Spring. Rahway, Newark, Squedunk and toue takes great pleasure n announcing-
MORE Mrs. George Hoffman the consolation,' little puzzler even gave No. 1 Dor-
|4aWtV PASS "DOINGL." Mrs. George White the !ame hand and! Mr. W. deC. Kessler was expected Mrs. L. Hilton Green Is in Knox- ellester and another Wotohester) Their Readiness for a Large FaN and Winter Busine
Another Fish F'ry was held on the Jars Thors Thorsen the booby. Ttbe home on business last evening but a ville, Tenn. Manchester, all had a few votes but We h ordered are rece and continue t reiv
Z otf October. This time the mer y anet meeting will be with Mrs. Geo. telegram announced his detention for *' "No. 2, t6ousville" and "No. 3 Nash,- goods ad hid the lamm t a rtm t o i
,Srty gathered at Perry Pass und Hoffman. I eight hours in Atlanta, so he will or- Hon. W. A. Blount left last night lle were the favorites. ies that it has ever been our pleasure to hadle-because we
4ist4 and ate their fish under :he rive this evening. He will bring Mr,. fr New York, Chidigo and Philadel- A number who m!s.ed only one know the peept e of Pensacola are capable of rising superior
Allhttil mosalraped oaks where so Miss Florence Burns is up and will Kessler later. Wia. were: lam thatari d tht o the wv f
,UMWl hav *uade merry in the years soon be out to the pleasure of he, pia BEdward, John and Clara Frnkel, lasire toy are an d h onhe wa e Prosperity o
1a ae post. The fish were abun- associates and other friends. 1 The four weeks old son of Mr. aud Mr. F. R. Mead has returned from "No. 2 Louisville." .
ggt #ad nicely cooked though fryiag 4I Mrs. Charles Durant of Little Bayou Eurpoe and is It Annapolis. Md. Clyde Lindstrom, "No. 2 Evans. -
Vsi were scarce as hen's teeth and From thi. on there will be a joyful will be christened n St. Michael I li d Ville."
W rather diminutive proportions. chords of "Home again, thank good-!church this afternoon at 2 o'clock. ed is In""- ,' .n. Maude Cater, "No. 2 Louisville."
One of the girls hovered round t,0e ness." Instead of the anxious long 2 o.. ". .' Flora Laughton, "No. 3. Manila." ................ aaa...... ......... *..
telhonme and hallowed so much that distance messages-*I am so anxious Mr. William Hoffman of the L. & The many mr O t Mrs., W. L. William and Jack Gentry, "No. 21
rSne would bave almost Thought she to get home Do you think it will N., shops has gone to Louisville and Wittich ad hir a t*alve daughter Indianapolis." i
e4as a regular "Hello girl." last much longer?" 'Nashville and later will Join his w@fo Miss Mary, w# be #Ad to learn that Malvin S. Wolff, "No. 2, Louisville." 0 |
a no one would have dreamed A letter from an absentee says: vere illness., Lloyd Blumer, "No. ,2 Louisville."- W TO W ?
tre was such a thing as Yello v "My family and I as well as other Miss Florence Higgins who has Millie, Lucy and Swaine, Can y-u, Mr. Homemaker afford to wait long
J5k in the land. Pensacolians here are wild to go spent the summer in New York and The whole family stare the pleasure "No. 2, India." furnishing your home with
The party consisted of Mr. and home but we realize that those heroic Pennsylvania, arrived last evening when you use Blue Ribbon Lemon and 0. A. Jr., and William Dudley Gon-I I
Uts. Culpepper of Mississippi. Mr. and overworked doctors are quite as and went to Fish.rville on the Bay- Venilla Extracts. '9bthing touches zalez, "No. 2. LouMisv lle." i -
S Mrs. John L. Hoyt. Mr. Dave anxious to open ihe doors as soon as shore where she will be the guest of teh exact spot like the "Blue Ribbon Now-where are all those Puzzlet:'s Egat, .a. I --11 aols. --..m
"-o of Brent, Mr. George Hoyt, it is safe-there is no getting around Mrs. Wilklns until quarantine is re- Flavor." who asked for "something hard?" InII BN1 WW W r uM.F E U W
and Furnishings? Remember, you can get what

in each of the following pictures the name of a Signer of the Constitution of the United States for 'while y.'ou use i. ery piecegnarne
is indicated. Can you tell who they are? The first is Nicholas Gilman.
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WAN1B.-4 or r om house on
North Hill, with modem improve.
ets. C. O. more, Thiesr. Bulhiag.
WANTuD.-aeoond haad roler top
Am Wrt P nO. Bo sE

et"6 e mlmrt, traln fr ur w*
1 of tho Silrot mdemt at St.
brs hW&a tstl aad Trat atn L a. uuoHuAM wal yewr mvn
g&W e eer N e, Pawola, a. Fb hing.nd d Beo matSo dha s,
Metw. ac. ~P U1.
WT-W i etd f ar-We waMt everybody to akw that we
-e af teI L 1.00 are awholesal sad retail goers and

e ret dealer. P.O. Bos 53 PART wat a rt
SOL 6a ma MtYua O-e taber tfat
nYoipi w of The UWrwUil Sed T e Jowal Walnt
-rawaI- ieMal of May 2, 1*5. It Adl gAet hMa
Sa-U -poe. Anyoe pow -,.
tag a samph esap will coaster a ta-
ea the0 o w l be gladly p R T ad idres or
ibct FOR RENT-ieAoon and Ixtures, cor-
f ner Baselosa sad Zarragossa
M o s ui table Beady for ocup Apply to Mrs
T btidT r = infSr t. Olardin, 85 -.Bpftg stftet. 2001tw
Seabow ae to pay for it I& install-
I ae., Geed a'srmentas I am will. OR RBNT-Puwrfahed w -eramftih
g to pay a ta rate of tateresL Ad- ed rooms for rent. Apply it400
dres A. J. Homer, came Journal. N l-yne street Oct2
lcOtlm*. .T- l'T r T ln *fYt I tl

ICmm & n BUA-0-l ea *il ptnr for boarding house. $40 E lntedden-
ad decorators. Fle variabs cla. Appty J. D obulso & Bro.
MId ildg. ig paittag a spe 24oct.
catr. linmame phao 4M tul u RErNT-A iveroam cottatg
1106 E. Cervantes, i blocks from car.!
TO o I at bu aePinr M w,4 ga beth md aoteesed. No.
&A liM *d tlnP r Apply to B. W. Gibbs, Hardware
a t. o t le D ept. F. orbes' Store. Ioctimo*

WASI.D-4 a" FOR RMmT. R-Wiac Itely *..
0 t- O S r _ds c"ple sby Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 1U W.
3 -Ae & W Wh,22-. 2 J6 ,LaRua -t reet Apply to R.. M. Cary
S a htta L- i N.4 B- PaS les strt'. Ilane

- -a be 6h e'led' INew OrLus
a1 myO a. Is.a M iPrI. WANTOD-The ple ft-Pssanco
-s ito Ceeas" 17rr ALc T"e Jouul
I Waat Ads sat the arbe- r Pao
WA-I---th, ie -- tht ae r* ram 6t= & ad a
A '--06 g And the -M you ag tor It

WA.X1D.-TI -....b mP
OC. mS ear moslwi T ima l YELLOW FEVER NURSE.
A tatnesmae Smameae. T.a .The. -.
fm, Prep. Pheme @1. IstlnmtMd Mrs. J. sgeir has nursed yellow
fever very saecessally through ser-
WANTO-- ear eetrie work ao aN eral epidualcs of the past, both in
heids. Let as lea yo ar tfs, re. Peasaoola sad New Oleams, sad now
r yer dynams, do your wiran. etc. offers her services to thoe requiring
ST7$. Pesmoola EZectric Co, a trained yellow fever aurse. Call on
emtr Iatdeesacl and aylea street. her at 1408 ast Oad m or phone 853
Lamm. -6 rings. lOoct1m



will buy a four wom house an 111t
Romau, fust east of Tarragona. Rets
for $8.00.
will buy a four room house, cmser
Romana and Ooyle streets, renting for
$.00 per month.
will buy three houses, North Hayne
St. renting or $18.00 per month.
will buy three houses, North Hayae,
(new) reattng for $21.00 per month.
It will pay you to investigate amy
of the above. Good interest Is ob-
tained from any of them, while the
property increases in value.

04% Palafox SL. Fher bullIn.


ht ao that .property you have
il with other wre estate agents?
ave they sold it? Try us if you
w t handled quickly, quietly and
te goo results.

all on us and we will tell you why.
We loan money, insure property and
cadect rents.
Call and see, write or telephone us.
We will save you money.

200-1 Thlsen Bld'g.

FOR SA,-d35 acres improved and
timbered leads 4% miles east of
Mariana In Jackson county. For
further information call on or address
A. Purdee, Box t24, Maranna,I Fla.

Would You Travel

the Road to Wealth

md bto comom and ease i nya r old age ?
Th= buy apiee desirable rl etstei get it
pil or. lay awar the deed ad forget you har
it bu another pece ad do thet Sm way a
writthe firt nem and so on. When old age
coma O yu will be well provided for.
e hae a number of piecestt migt be
d-ad A bargin which may be pid for in

Pensacola Investment Co.

316 Ss Pm Stre P Ia.. fm y.

S.ou eHow Is Real Estate J,,

Weekly Payments TO

of S I.O .o y.

No Taxes! No Intereotl

Thos. Pebley,
Ofce Cor. Romana ani Palatox St
Phone 559.

For SiMe.

The Fisher Real Estate
Agency Will Poet You.

3 room house and 2 lots on
"S" Street, between IaRua and
Jackson streets. ...... ......50.00
House is new; rents for $5.00
per month; this s a good In-

sale at the following stores: Hannah's
drug store, Hooton's drug store, Har-
gis's drug store, White's drug store, Two houses aand one vacant
Sheppard's drug store, Bryan's drug lot on West Government street,
store, People's drug store, Sol Cahn between D and V street,; 70 ft.
' Co., Las Jacoby, J. L Dnbisson Ai front on Government; house
Bros., Marine Grocery, M. O'Leary, rents for $14.00 per month... .$1350.00
Mary Miller, E. B. Gagnet, M. L. Roch,
Jas. Hansen & Co., J. B. Roberts &t
Co. Wholesale by Jap. McHugh. Try; 10 lots in block 48, West King
it and you never will be without it. Tract ................. ...$500.00
FOR SAL---Cabin Launch, 44 feet
long, 10 feet deep, 24 inches draught. 3 l -
18 horse power Barber Bros. gasoline! 331 N. prng street. 7-room
engine, in first-class condition. Use2, house, neighborhood excellent;
^lnlv month Suitabhl feor nasseuner. lot 501 25 feet, between Wright

ma y.Run ges a Iot. Only ,c a hAured. .hsa. and Belaont streets.u. ..u .... .170000
Advertising Co., New York. lt Ap this ce freight or towing trade. Large carry-nd Benont reets170000
Sing capacity. Will sell all or half in-
WANTED.-Travelung slesan wmat- l A M 0-10 lbs. Granulated. terest Apply 640 W. Gregory.
ed to sell grocers. Peruient pot- 5end, % pa4 .Ou Ow ct 29octlm* 5 lots on Northwest corner of
ti. State present oeato d- Bledi Te, 1 "nd Aldernay Bta- Eighth avenue and Avery Sts. .$ 250.00
alary e.pete. os An Cidr lg Powder this powder is equl to Pluto Water for sale by all drug
Co.. St. Louis, Mo lt* Royal that cos~ you 50 cents per stores and first-class grocers. Whole-
D ..p t ~ New Orleans Grocery Co. sye by Jas. McHugh. 28oct. show our faith n the above
11oet We show our faith in the above
SWANTED.-- or 4 good white erri11er propositions by offering to lend you
boys. Apply Journal OMee. ISet. W" O SALt -omth .halt block 2u, Pluto Water for sale by al drug wptotochai ^ y rn
ftOna 40 et WO 13th street by stores and rst-class grocers. Whole- without charge ay reasonable amoket
WANJT3D.-Mo and ht 130 fuel a Day View Park; sale by Jag. McHugh. 28oct. of the purchase price at the market
WANTD-Meon and b wanted to % feet o D y Vew Parke y Ja. M. rate of interest.
earn $5 day, after two months i- t h a i f block 212,"ontl a FOR SAL.-Dr. Boulter's office out
struotton, position guaranted.8d. pei l n 14th St., by 7,2 eet a fit, household goods, fine piano $90
tuition half price, few days only. Coyne View Pak. The ol property adjoi- and several large rugs. Call at house,
Bros. Co. Plumbing School, New Yoik, tg Bay View Park that Is now for 313 N. Spring St., between 2 and 5 p. The FISHER UL|
Cincinnati, O., St. Louis, Mo. (Fee ale. The beeltiful view down the m n. erything cheap. Mrs. H. H.
catalogue.) bayou and.dowr the bay n neer be Boulter. 22octlw* v I
obstructed A. V. Clubbs. Ojiy h -PT
TED.-Machinsts e ripened O SALB -Coml "Stegomyl" p. FOR SALK-Two good second an T TE AGENCY
work. aialress 9u6 W. Seventh St. taitan, two for Ave cents. Outaide gain. Vucovich Charcoal Yards, 9
anatd postage a ompanes order. Or- 591. 25oct3t
-4WANTED-Men and A boy snt. to r quck 8spt FOR SALE.-Let the Southern Mat-
earn $5 day, after two mnthe in POR 0 AI&-Sco- hand cash re tress Co., make that old bed new or
Sstruction, position guaranteed. Coyn e t r In pr'eet condition. Wll *'1 They guarantee all work. Prices low.
Bros. Co. Plumbing School New York,. at v. or o, tlM. .A rea bargain. Can Delivery free and prompt. Leave or- PLUTO! PLUTO!! PLUTO! !!-Pr
Cincinnati, O., St. Louis, Mo. p(Fre seen at Jami McHugh's t mca ders at Green & Watson's or phone sale at the following stores: Hannah's
catalogue.) Goctly GROW GINSENQ. Iarge proats. 193. drug store, Hooton's drag store, Har-

earn $10 to $15 week f in a e e sille. gallon or larger qant.y. 0. Morast & Co., Las Jacoby, J. Dubilsen a
n ... ca ssin. n for _new pap ; a Co., ship chandler sand grocers. 701 Bros., Marine Grooery, M. O'Leary,
Nort aern Prvassing Sndioat, Lfcparts am4V= 1 -W4 bor arewr South Palafox. 4oct. Mary Miller, L B. Oagnet, M. L. Roch,
'N Y.er P-.s SW hte, ,,, tI"alam lta I Jas. Hansen & Co., J. B. Roberts &
N Y. a wa -S' tr particulars t CHICKN. WHEAT produces .S Co. Wholesale by Jas. McHugh. Try
ao ot taadnr tB t Co. Makes fowls especially well favored it and you never will be without it
WANTED.-Parties in need of earp- 2 .r The cheapest food to be found. .
ters, please ring up puone No. 6, eer. & Co.. Phone 834. lot PLUTO WATBR-Cares Coastlpidon,
i apply to L. Redenb ik. b iOnes AlL -0 lbs. Granulated P -s s
n apply to L. od Armorenb butldlnesg. A c1-_ra -Own Fresahlyt .FO.R SALE.- am Florida State Agen Liver and Stomach troubles. Por
agent, room 1. old A rybuidi ee b for Fire ad B l Proof Se sale, wholesale ad retail by Jas. c-
Alderna y Baking Powder, this Powder Var..., Pixtures of adl descripuons Hugh. oct12.
WANTED.--AIl young par ong W I, equal to Royal that Costs you .4 masntactured by Alpine lSate FOR SALE I blok in
are good senographers or boo- ct per pound. New Orleans Grocery Lock Company Cf Cincinnati, Ohio.a FOR TActNo.a. r eo h New
eepare good stenographers or p position or Co oct Commuleato with me foc prices and City.Tract Mc r
keepers, tnat are seeking ipositlonor-j terms before buying elsewhere. Scar Apply to A. Mclla. C art M s
promotion to register with gas aInme FOS ,.A C H P--M thre-ye -itt Moreno, Penatoola Fla. la
diately We can secure yot good pos o Berkshire herd toar, Duke at 28Juae. FOR SALE--Shingles and Wood fo.
itions. We are having more atl Florida, No. -8,2&. Also some Sa*e ,- sale. Apply to C. L. Creighto'.
daily than we can supply. It t elleo g pigs. 1 sit ntias-ld boar., .U Do you value your health? tt Mill, lust wet West 'f Mscogee,'wh
you nothing to register with e registered and transferred. Carl Set. use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
: Munro, Proprietors, h FMobile teP d, Chlpley, Pla. 18ly and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery r
u, M Colbile A Nao. 14 ItI s AL.-PFine Horses and Mules Co. Jas. iAcHugh, Prop. aug 30 NO a d Ma 9e.u e.
Smsale at all times. Turpentine We have. ben with yoo In Pensaco
WANTED-The public to know that ortors' wants iven s atten. a sineou 174, and stl intend to stay ROOMS AND BOARD-A fw board
P TO WATER wll ue t tiinn Cal on or address Dillon ith you and serve you with the best ers wanted at W. Belmost New-
Ption, Stomaceh and HpeelMaitln f groceries at lowest uar- ly opened. 27octlm
For sale wholesale aad retail by. WANTED.-- ou t know that you ca ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
James licHug. Sallt buy nice, clean Old papers at Chis Co., Jas. McHugh. Prop. aug20 BOARDr WNTW-4 .LGrsovy
street. Good location, with or with.
S.. _,'- oice eheaP.- "o .A- L-At a aer tarnmtare out room =isoctime
. (FOR sALB.--My resdence on JRCat Mor stock a d acoeuta Oa11 as
LO T U Hill either Including whole block 18314* inteadendc Gjam WANTED-A few boarders at 31g W.

LOST.-A hound; speckled; very old.
answers to nam. of "Bons." Reware
if returned to Sidney Hale, Danhesser
BroM., 401 8. Palafox St. 2SOctlw'

LOST.-Memorandum book contanng
contractors' bills and papers Re-
ward for return to Journal aoce.

'ca twenty lots 4toxai -7 ret each or
quarter block of five iots. Apply at
Smy offce, ThieseC Utlding for furto
or particular C f. a


S T TURTON for all stss lms.
Cmer loaded ad m added ree
r ehsry He makts beet photo-
ph a M ute saoth years a les

w ANT BD--Beend hand Corn, Oat
sad cottOS ed meal sacks Out od
own shipments Msoited. Write us.
. S. Mellena & Co. 20arehli
FOR SALE-One Choice block on top
of Cto ridge east of the electric
.ailWay. between 7th and dth streetst
Natureaas favored this section and it
cannot be duplicated. A. V Clubbs.

Belmont. 13octSwks*
WANTED.--Ona or two roomers; men
preaerred. Appl or address No. 17
W. IaRea, cy. Socts*
BAY HOTEIr-Opea alM t a dwa.
uropod pa Roome Ug~t sad
cleam. Tratulem. trade ote l *sT
579 South Palate lJos


OPBNED-the Hayne Stret
t Market, corner &. Bra.na.r
Hayne. Fresh meals an.l ,ei-
s of all desi.r.puonmL .
Prop. Telepaoiue No. i'Uj.

..rLBAIL) DAnI y)ur
- ''a; etul ailt'n.#nV ,

Call at lhe Journal office and e.
old newspapers at 5c a hundred. Cleaa
and whole. Good for wrapping paper
or to put under matting.
AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' .n ,*
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cur-.
to stay cured. It is a good tonic. a
good liver ;'egulator. You need it at
this time of the ycar. On sale at aU
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., l*U
Government street. Price, 50c.
ance for trnavellc= public. Daily
vice each way. From( C(lpley to &W.
bhea Addres J M. TuCle. bChpl,
Ms. Sam&

REAL ESTATE T in all prt U at K
yTo buy the sgrrad ad we W
buid your bouse o aisuo tU se
amnts D. Hale WUils O&
TAILORING-& L Diammoad, Toag
Get' eothin eulease, prsmsd a
repairea a -lort moUee. 1 Ui
Wet Government At.. Pemeolass,

Keep your system In good oonditio
and you need not fear anyt diemas
Pluto, the great stomach hler. for
sale. wholesale and retail, by Ja
J. PORTm, ismambr. no sa
PalatWs trMe Orders htabas ft
test. awsongs camp stools sad hbeM
cam. te. Prices reaMoable

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Mo99y to Loda.

MONKT TO LiAN-Sa em* r be
tae seerity. or on 9ed4 Mesiem
at lowet rates tLeliM e B ,
YIsher bo.ldla sum
WONEr wOA&ML on say aao a
blass personaa pioptrt '*q)&n3
wkly or aOStal Waes /, nB4
a eY. e J A .i
Govwe"Most stioptl b&
-on, '

Y' N'.%"
Hiai~r |iiOor* *
VONJY LOANiEK o n ia sina or p.
soel property on short nt:, -
rTrmt % -i' J W. Builar.pt I -" :
28% South Palafox St.. 'ho. 1144

*LI ?' a.- uui u{ Msry ro 0f,
asU lind aof paet r pterty
Apeca rates U to, ises b M o are
,as rbe New Yorkt Lea Co. c 4
oeuth Palato 1
Sutaa's Pamam "
WatebO Chalas, t*p s ad l
Oa eeltsiral eseartt at liw mw e
stertest Bargcais i

Femdcola Dyeing Chin.

ig uid msm i (a

is the place to send your clothes to be
Dyed, Cleaned, Pressed or Repat- ,
They are now In a position to ha
year work more oectintly than ever.
Phone 67. PRo1p .
No. 11 North Palafox Street.







$10 to $15.
NO. 21 LE. JACKSON ST. S ROOMS.. .... .. .. ................$10.00
NO. 415 L MAIN ST., 5 ROOMS ................ ..... ....10.00
NO. 601 E. BELMONT ST. 5 ROOMS ................ ......$.10.00
NO. 914 E. JACKOON ST., 6 ROOMS.. ........ .. ............$10.00
NO. T7UC ADODEN ST., 4 ROOMS..... .. .................$1000
NO. 414 I. INTENDENCIA ST., ROOMS ....................$12.00
NO. L E. GOOVERNMENT ST, 6 ROOMS .. .. .... ......... 12.00
NO. 23 L aRUA ST, 4 ROOMS ...... ...................... $13.0
NO. 315 W. GAOSEN ST., 5 ROOMS.. .....................$..S1300
NO. 30 W. INTENOENCIA ST. 5 ROOMS.. .. .... .. .. ........$11.00
NO. 317 W. INTENOENCIA ST, 5 ROOMS.. .. .. .. ...........$11.00

$15 and Over.
NO. 12 W. 4ARDEN ST, 5 ROOMS.......... .. .. .............. $15.00
NO. 311 W. AR*EN IT., 6 ROOMS .. .. .. .... .. ............1666
NO. 25 W. SARbEN ST, 6 ROOMS ..... ....................$16.65
hO. 332 E. ROMANA ST,, 9 ROOMS......... .. .. .. ............ $17.50
NO. 19 E. JACKSN ST., 5 ROOMS.... ........ .. .. ..........18.00
NO. 217 N. C4RVALOS aST, 7 ROO$..... .. ...... .... $20.00
NO.M C WRIGHT ST, 7 ROOMS.............. .. .. ........$2040
NO. 1t8 IL WtRIQT ST, 5 ROOMS............... :. ..... 22.50
NO. 317i AARCLONA ST, 8 RIOOM..... .. .... .... .... $*2500
NO. 41 N. (PALA OX ST., S ROOMS. .......... .... ..........$3.00
COR BAYL.EN AN. DeSOTO STS., 8 ROOMS... ... .. ......... 5.
COR. PALAFOX ANDO TRONQ T8., 8 ROOM*S.......... .. ....$.00

0 sirab!e Stores
NO. 37 L PALAFOX ST.. .... ........ .... ..... .. .. .. 100..
NO. 32 W. GOVERNMENT ST.. ...... .. .. .. .. ............ 30.00
NiO. 104 8. TARRAGONA ST.. .. ............ .. .. ..........$ 25 J0
NO. 702 S. PALAFOX ST.. .. .. ...... .... .. .. .. .............. 1 3
COR. GOVERNMENT AND REUS STS.. ........ ... .. .. .. ...$ 1i 3
NO. 27 S. DeVILLIERS 3T. (Bakery).. ............ ...... ....$ 12.00
COR. INTENDENCIA AND RLUS ST8........... ...... .... .-






& CO.

Correspondence Solicited.

Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency.

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WANTbD.-Energetic workers every- l29etlw*
where to distribute circulars, sarPm- OR SALZ.-Large quantity of old
pies and advertising matter. Good newpapers on hand for sale. All
y-T No canvassing Juoersative ---_ -- - -

WhINE-Dy wo is egs.em, I-
a s pasi MaUve plre
Bs.a. M&rn P.O. Bum 455.

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*met 4ae mtlae the followlg re. O IL AELA BAMA.
Sam* the sesaao :
"The soyal Viter of Moharrm
Temple Wo. ii, 0. K. K, in UJ tM A K TS
sews of Jaetenrtm n s.a sIsned B hm -M A
,let, eam aI that amgdate proclsnns
that the I0th R- ailan, the ninth; -
meenth of t.e Tear 1223 A. H., shal: Naval Storms MakeLt.
*e the date. .ch is riday, Novem Savannat, 0., Oct. 28.-The naval
Sr 1t. S. at watch session there I stores market closed to-d3y as tot-
wHI be tWtiato-r work by the Tem- Jows:
ple's team. WW...... ...... ..........5 55
Thlbsa iltsat will be novel and WO.. .. .. .. .. .. ..........5 45
startllz. A bema util ceremony, en- N.. .. .. .. .. .. ............6 SO
tertalfte, pieamq and instructlvt. M ...... ...... ............ .5 20
"ementing the bods of friendship K.. .. .. .. ................5 05
between PytMhaa. Bery worthy I.. .... .. .. ............... 8
K lght hdoal seek adaminion to this H.. .. ...... .. .............4 80
bead of t asWaas, helping with the O .. .. .. .. .. ........ .......4 75
od wak and aselting In carrying F .. .. ...................4 70
Charity me benvolece. Cast off the D.. .. .. .. .. .. ...........4 20
bure of everyday life and lay C........................4 10
theft t or me* ,llitg. Spirits Tuhpeatine, 69 cents.
u tsbr niat g* ome the
Koran desrt wN live longer and
die happier. remember that new oc- P
esm m balg ow dtes, and that COTTON
mcial t is eritchW by expansion. The following cotton quotations are
The D. O. ILK. Its -meMW reported for The Journal daily by C.
e1r a e 9e-1. Ou:ter lmore, P.O. a B. cotton broker,
otg ood / hftMlWuhIp and 'Peuo F Pla.:
dvs aiW SW-." Good Middling................. 10%q
C-i.iU-'. CaL Strict Mdoliung.. .............. 10%
Tke g o f te oo-ittede her the Mddig.. ................. :10
4M1e00s10s the ftiaft: Strict Low Middling:.... ...... 9%
2 i00o Md. t w0 smtie a with yo. Stainsand Tinages % to 1 cent lower.
hr t he tr grn New York QuotUtlone.
wm 4 W97 ;Wa New Yorkt Oct. 28.--rTbe following
Where the 0 ker sI never known, are the rulig cotton quotations for to-

w am -A We way looks dreary.
L4agh, ma the path is bright.
Por a waOeuke asle
Bries mMWhNeM, while
A hown shmts out the light.

sg. sad the wwrld's barm~alu,
Groumble. ti go wrong
A" all the time
YTo are oat rhyme
With the b u e stng ttram

Kick a there's trouble brewing,
Whstlet and Ife is .ay.
Aand the world's in tune
Like a day In Jne
Amd the clods all melt away.

I did net meet a tramp, encetsr a
befgar or a person the least Intoxicat-
ed du4rag my stay in SwIterland. Of
bow few countries in Europe or Amer-
ia can th be truthfully said. There
may be a aal percentage of drunkew-
me. but itItt exists It is kept out of
Ldt. A thriftier, teamr, more whble-
wmie body of people, who carefully o
serre *aattary laws in their homes. I
ave never met In amy various travels.
They ae as tidy sad aet as the bouse-
wives of Belland or the Pennylvanla
Quakes. N3 wonder Switmerland is a
prosperous country. It owes much or
Rs good fortune to the practical in-
telltence of its law abiding citimam.-
LAndon Caterer.
uased outs.
Oeaer-FRere is a cigar that is an
rght for the mosey. We mell t seven
for a quarter.
Cutomer-Well that is a good many.
"Yea, but you don't have to smoke
tbenm. you know."
"Oh. I didn't think of that! You
may give me a quarter's worth. They'll
be hamdy to treat my friends with."-
abston Lafft .

y* smeIble Toe Give wuo
-wml you promise. she anxiously
asked. *not to do anything desperate
f I say It can never ber"
Yes." be replied. "I think a man's
a fool who gees to the bad because a

~NCEgirl refts5 to love DIII."
j~ 'Tbes I will lie youms"--Chleage

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Lcky Thing
'I'he say, to see the new
moon over the "tght shoul.
der. It's a lucky thiag
too. that there's a lana-
dry in this city thaw men
eehi depend upon to laun-
der their linen in an ar-
tistik and satisfactory
manner alwax In Pet-
1a its the

lw .L a dm.L. Pmb 114.
-Iw PIsi


i HRetr.x & Carpenter will furnigh
tastess on bultdtng and painting
and give personal attention to work.
3-2 B. Strong and 824 Bst IaRua

McKltnse Oertt 6 Co, wbolels
and retaa ship chaders and grocer,
the only Irst-elaS beows of tAe kind
:.u Pensaeowl Fair e"w to amL

Why uWe Ibnterior aaer. whea yes
can buy Kelmo Bod. Fenchk Dii ty.
Kara Lim- or Crane's Baud at C. V.
Tbompw's.'. 0 S. Palafbm
Keep your system in good condition
Md T" aed not fear any difeae.
irto. the wreat stomach healer, for
sale. wOlM and retail, by la.


January.. .. .. .. .. ..10.42
Jfarch.... ........10.91
December ..........10.42


Liverpool Quotations.
Liverpool, Oct. 28.-The following
arm the ruling cotton quotations for

Oct.-Nov.. ...... ....5.63
Dec.-Jan ....... ...... 5.69
feb.-Mar.. ....... 5.77
Nov.-Dec.s .. ........ 5.64
Jan.4AFb ..\.. ...... ..72
Mar.-Apr.. .. ...... ...5.76


Foley & Co., Clcagqo, oriinated
Honey and Tar as a throat and luag
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Soley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are ofterei!
for the gunuino. These worthless ILm-
itations have similar sounding tamean.
Beware of them. There genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-
age. Ask for it and refue any sub-
stuute. It is the best, remedy for
coughs and oclds. W. A. D'Alembarte
Druggist and apothereary, 121 South
Palafox street.
This is the last week of summer
prices on coal. Buy now and gt ene-
fit of low prices. Consumers lee &
Fuel Co., Chase and Tarragona. Phone
25 25octMt.


41t ;4

Old Hunks (ie at
the eh*i~Doe, watgglp* a = .
when he has as sai l .w Lla
were goang have an attack ot
grip? Crusty M. D-Re engit to eoas
suit a good ~iyiii about it. Old
Hunks-Well, that ought to be
worth a dollar, r. Here it ia.
CiU LMW and hunt bi.-( ieagp Tri

-Wbich do you thitk is better,"
asked the thoughtful girl, "wealth or
social position?"
"My dear," answered Miss Oaymm,
"with money to gWve entertainments
you can' get into the society column,
but aristocratic origin does not neces-
sarily insure mention' In the financial
news."-Washington Star.
2%3e ceow' dLumatie.
"fAere's a story 'bout a man what
been married ten tIme !"
Brother Williams seeaed lost ia
thought. Then he spoke up: "What
make 'em print sikh tales a n dat?
W'en a man omce Sits in de lunotic
asylum dey porter stop talkln' 'boat
him!"-Atlanta Constitution.

Jasper-I often wonder why Jenkina
Is not more popular, for he is the most
polite man I know. Jampuppe-That
toIs just the trouble. He is so confound-
edly polite he leaves the impieasio
that he wants to borrow money.-Town

"My husband is a fatalist. He al-
ways maintains that men are not free
"You must remember that your hus-
band !d married."-Town and Country.

City licenses were due on October
1st, bft on account of the stagnatlow
of business, due "to the quarantine,
the penalty of 50 per cent accr in;
after thirty days, is hereby postponed
tor Ateen days. All persons
are warned that after November 15th
the 50 per cent penalty will be- ex
A. H. D'A."mArO RTE,

On aemant quarantine, we wiv
maot uaat-- toe ,tablah a bratt
house .a moa atm msanIme Ie -"
yoked e wiV makse all o amnd
grain hipmeta ftrom Mobile. A,
same wio p1 trwarfB p)atly. send
us your -f- fq.i. gra ft .01.
M. 3&vko Alp-



|vt I, Y T.|

i 1 6-ta iLy li4 it um 4w r

Clmbria Dan as, Bars. Hamburg

ol to G ul' Transit Co.
hearppy AllNorison, Br as, A Will
l&t, NGewpYrkt to the Ke. y
H Hatasu, Br. as, Pqternn, 3J8, Ncrft S
tt master.
Br. ge. Labela Pao 148er, Vfel i
Cruz to H. rs. Keyer & Co .
Satvina Span Busts egoa, 18,ver-
erool to Gulf Transit Co.
Sbeppy Allison, Br S9, William#&
1462, New Ycrk to oider. r
Trgelaon,. Br SB. Lacock, 148, Ver
Cdam to H. Baars & Co.
Nor. bank Br as, Needhams, 247, Andr
Tampa to order.
Vivina, Span as, BusUl., 19g8, Lir-
erpool, to Gulf Transit Co.

Triton, Rus. ship, Cedar, 1446, Rotter-;
dam to A. Zellus. I
w Nor. ship Ilala, 1IM, Andrevo.!
from Leith, toMaster.
It1. ship Trinlto, 1472, Santagule,
from Rio Janerio to Reaseco Bros.
Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderson, 19F8,
Fleetwood to Southern States Lun-
her Co.
Dharwar, Swd. Bk., i271, ,Olssni,
Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Qual from
Ger. bk. Gesiu, 1375, Falk, from
Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter.
sen. LaGuayra, Keyset & Co., 1368.
Nor. bk. BuEt Crat. 1248, Jobaso-
from Dubil- to Master.
Nor. bk. Moeco, INO,M Bllfrea, from
Liverpool. to Alex Zuls.
Pftao, Ital bk, Gibelli, 1212, Ant-
, werp, to order.
Smeroe, Nor bk; Olsoe, 941 Pow-
grand to A. Zellr.
Werner, Nor bk, Tomnerson. 840.
Wildwood, Nor. bk., Nalson, 1474,
Troon to A. Zelius.
Alfa, Danish Bktn, 2j1, Rasmussen.
"Ceara, Brazil.

C. W. Mills, Am sd, Mailman, 218,
Haval, to J. A. Merrltt & Co.
Elma. Br sch, Heoebery, 199 1 .
IHIaMar. Am sn, ZMcta, 5 K. g
West to Gulf Tranat-V.
Cores croup, tr*-*ryt, uopa -mo-
ary troubles.-Mo"asw over pain oa
every sort. Dr. Th~ps' Eclectce

Boy's and Youth's Suits

from the large
out at a los to

department house of Barnett
them. This stock consists of



York, which we


Over 300 Suits of Quality

that has never before been offered in the city, and at prices asked for cheap and
shoddy clothing. These suits are both for dress and school wear, and parents who
have not yet provided for the Winter will be remiss in a duty they owe themselves
if they do not inspect this stock. Thi value.of 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,

WV e 'ust opposite the public square., convenient to all car lines, and invite an ine
spi'6n from the bst trade in the city. particularly those who know values.


I NAow Prepid

Serve the Public

I t m ate pricis.
I have also opened in connection
with my groceries a clean, flret-ciass
Meat Market, such as Beef, Country
Pork, Mutton, Veal, Tripe, Sausage,
Dressed Chickens, etc. Weights guar-
anteed. Quick delivery. Call or
phone. 620, corner Loya' and Davis
treats. -
Yours to Please

C. M. Wilson.

A. r. GONZALEZ & CO.. Prop"
fay your ma M and stock teed rom
the borne manufacturer enooaragl8ag
some industry. contribute to borme
tabor, and le)ve your momef to yow

P'- we.SL.Aa*'nw. end

W. IL SARMtOW, Master.
had aH poift, on &L Anwdrews
caw&"I$* and Apal~moot.I
PenV sacola sunda*. $:a@
MG~Mob* ,A1La
Pa eo Pm-ac@. Tues"a'. 8:39
fo SL. AU&ZSWS, Mi1!Uls% Aps,
laOilc*W .Carrabell. and intordmewj,
For .ddlional lfo-mattou apply~
IL I Co^ "Wiesate
f@ L Maod Pas Agg
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WITISI'S 1'his
wll L-
bt- bak^qkmsaBi^J MWB- H-. L

' Man Cam Make No Greater Mistake
Tham by evading the question of fasurance, .whether Fire or
Ufe. Between two suns the greatest fires the country has ever
seen has occurred and between two suns the angel of death
may visit you.


Fire, Life.

Knowles Bros.

Gen'l Aqts

Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manmtaturers and Repairers of
Prompt attenton give* to all orders, day or night Agents
for Jamsn McKay & Co.'s ceAebrated Log and Timber Dog als6
Chats atir dcrtptlons.
C Ofte Plas "12. PHIL WITTMAN, MUp.
S'"-ldenee Phone 1 P. Box
1 "14 N*TT 10*1r** pit u*>************Was **Ma **

If you love your wife, buy her a

t w".. -Gas Range
It wll Ioam1w --'r M -c.en work by one-half-it cuts out
al- the worry and fret.

Gas (~Okdg Range Thirteen Dollars

27 Egppl m P1 ;

The Union Central Life

as a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
tfterest heo than any company doing busltes ina Florida.
at told be ear for you to decide the ret.

A. 8& Williams, General Agent.




A man bought a hot wa-
ter bottle at a "nine cent"
store for 60c. We want-
ed to charge him a dollar
for a good one, and he
said. "I have saved 600."
But the Arnt time be w ed
the bottle it leaked ad
the second" time it came
apart, and then he said,
"Oh, that I had my mnwey
back;" but he could not
get it.


A dollar well spent is bet-
ter than fifty cents badly
saved. Our hot water
bottles are made by a re-
liable firm, sad are Woirth'
the price we ask because'
they last and won't 16ak.
Every bottle guaranteed
perfect. Prices $1.0,
$1.25 and $L", depending
on size. Don't be like the
man in the story.

we L

e, 1MvMs4aaa
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On Saturday and Monday

8tb. aCnXd 3ctb.



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We will offer the entire stock of