The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
September 29, 1905
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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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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R hen Questioned by Insurance

Probing Committee.

Mr. Hughes demanded the books
themselves after several refusals on
the part of Mr. Perkins. The books,
will be produced later.
In the course of his testimony, Mr.I
Perkins, when asked concerning the
difference between the statements ouf
"Profits from Securities" in the Ma;s-|
achusetts report of the company, and,
"Net Profits fre-n Securities" in th,'
New York report, said: "When we
gt national supervision, we won t
have these conflicts between the dif-I
ferent states." I


Latest Telegraphic News -Service-Forein and Dimestic-=Furnished

by The Associated Press

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FM tested.

By Associated Press.
New York, Sept. 28.-Several Inci-
Sdents developed at the session of the
V.CESDORFrCOMING legislative committee on the life iu-
surance investigation today. Amonrj
them wa.s when George W. Perkinr,
vice-president of the New York Life
lMaUe Hospital Surmon Thinks Insurance Company and a member of
the firm of J. P. Morga' & Co, object-
r ntll ed t, producing the ,'oos of his firit
rFe Can be Coutrile. show iEr c rtailn tran:-a' rTcns with th.o
SN( w York Life.
Mr. Perkins offered to present a
TELLS WHAT ORGANIZATION DID (.cop of the entry from the books, but.



New 0()ran- :2', -Fol-

N~ ~A today, 2,4a 2 lI(Y all to
datti, 41
Doah today, 4: 1totalI to

New toi,. S.
Cases under r,-P.iznent. 2C1.
Cases dischar *ed. l,.2t46.


Wife of Prominent Georgian Must
Face Trial for Taking
His Life.


Great Secrecy is Maintained
About Affair and Detectives
Are at Work.

By Associated Press. New York. SF'pt. 28.-The theft of.
Carnesville. Ga.. Sept. 28.-A true securities amounting to $360,000 was
S. announced in Wall Street today. Th3
bil' was returned by the grand jury securities were stolen from a Wall
here today against Amanda Cobb, who Street office yesterday, but th?, name
has le-en under bond charged with kii- cf the firm or person suffering the
ing her husband, Prof. W. H. Cobb loss has not been made public. The
transfer of th. securities has been
county schooll commissioner and ex- stopped and a private detective agen-
-tate senator. The bill charges mu"- cy has been called upon.
der. Mrs. Cobb was not here when:
the jury male known its findings. and OLD COLORED MAN
it ib not known when the trial wil ___
take place. Caryville. Sept. 28.-"Uncle Billy
David Cobh.of Franklin. N. C., anrd Ard," an old and much respected col-
'larhai, Cobb. of Missouri, brothers ored citizen of Caryville died at his
whe home here yesterday at 10 o'clock.
of rfes.r Cob, wer here when This old man was a good. quiet cit-
th., juiry returned 'h hilil. The shoot zen, much respected for his re-
ing of l'r-,.fsor Coh. -crveral weeis ligious walk in life. He was a pastor
.-,, prov, t a sens'i. :n. It was sat- of the Zion Methodist Church here and
ed th ih. lit.e that he was taken for was devoted to its principles of faith.
i urolar lyv his wif-. His remains were interred in the bt.
Mary's colored cemetery today.





By Associated Press.
Mon:ggomery. Ala.. Sept. 28.-At a
tevcial m,-,:ing oa the city council to-
:iy Alderman Sullivan opposed the
res .>:mitn appropriating money for th,,
S:' ,rta' tient of President Roosev(Oi
,: hi< approaching visit. Acting May-
,' Mcln:yr-, also a member of the
council, walked out during th? pro-
4' 1l.nis. it aving no quorum and post-,
I .:ins all acTlon.



FROM $50.00 TO $55.00 PER

Ther, was consiarabl? rejoicing,
a' : \a:",ious truck houses yesterday
\\t-. n] -'1"',03T;u e knrwn that the budgeL
a 1;,ei ,ii? council Wednesda ay
nuphi provi.led f, r a raise :n salary!
,. $ ,1 p 'r month for al of the 22
firemen, n1 king the salary of the reg-
ular fire: a '%o.0., per month. anl
t.W 00 p r n.on:h for :he drivers. Tha
s:,n ,it $:2, ., per n'onth is a!lowied the
:r '.et tor fee. and care of hib

Crrine is Susp'^cted.
M.r lia'. Sept.--Devt 'opments In
.' n.-'*< t ofi the hcood) skirt foun.l
near Cap':in Durham's barn yes:er-
ay z.:ranceiy confirm "he suspicion .it
< -r:ne. I: :s a wxaian garment. In-
v, .:cat:or. reveals the fact that sever-
a -,!,. were heard :n the vicinry
a ,,ut 11 o'clock of the night before
fh. rc.en' bugg" tra, rs and tr*- n
-igns iid:,'aing the stamping of a
I r < in .i imm "diaz vicinity c,:-
rrnt '. '"a '. b of Lhe officers tha .,
crinim has been conumit'ted, and th.y

I are still trying to solve the mystery. i

CHINA: 'i 17,OP

Dr. Von Esdorf Coming to Pensacola.
New Orleans. Sept. 2,.-Thonuh t:-
day's fever r-por1 ;ich:'y !opped tha'
of the preceling twen'v-four hour-.
the figures were so mu' h lower thai,
tbose of a week ago as to carry assi'
anuce of the strong imn)ro(emen; 1n a
b ha. set. in and which is ,,, ieved iy .,
authorities to antrur a :-'eady de( r.
of the disease during th,. month, ma.:-
Ing it probable tha' th. fever wvi
practically ha'V(. been l-hminaee at 1,e
tine of the, president's coming.
Dr. Von E-dorf. wh ) camn he'e t -
da. romn Tallaulab an.i left tonis' I
for Pensacola. lo;irvei "hat prnip.r -
ar.iza ori in t'l- Fh- toTr .i :;\ will o, n;
get the upper hand .. h disease.
"': did i -o a- Tallulab." h f.a l "adP :,
If a-sistanct had 1' f" :, :h t r
.rmTplt ('hcr w i.1 pirhaiaps hay'
1l) .;, no f, ve: at al. enil the pV:"-
a a*n.. riach(,i Tau'ah .- p
S v<4r< i a ;iauIic. Bli. were t.l- :
tv lhtl t0. ', uI : oraa;:iza :o:n a'' ;
I.eai d,,nion-;rate(l to thoni the 'va'.;i
r'! i ni,. n : 1i i 'r aInl the' r' su *
was an earl:. control ,t l';t. idisea-e
Misaissiopi Summary.
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'*:e -r sii ai' a is a- u w
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V 1 ,,ar:. 'or ; ,n t. -
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By Associated Press.
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September 28

By Associated Presl

America- Leaoue.
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Nat;onat League.
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Wait for Baron von Sternberg.
Washingt',o S-') -' Hl-aror. Sp,-c
on *rnbt'r '% r".In anmbassa
dor. is exp-c'' :- : \\ '!:::"on a.)
October 17 1I''.l ,.': ,
al1..ul the projiosed G. tariff .14
be deferred.
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Mortality Has Been Heavy, But
New Cases of Fever Are
On Decline.



Disease Must Be Reported at Once
or Result Is Doubtful.



*^ Following is thie cffciAl sum- .
mary of the yellow fever situa-
9 tion up to last night: .
New Cases.. .. ........ 7
-'Y Total cases to date.... .... 122
- Deaths yesterday.. .. .... .5
- Total deaths to date...... 21
ST(;tal dischargedd .. ..... 4S
SCa 'asi under treatment.... 53
S* .

Seven new cases of yellow fever
were rep 'ri.i4 by the physicians to ,ihi
state ,board (,*' heath yesterday. Du!--
ing thr' day tiere were also report-
ed five dehahs from the disease.
These c-'.; are all in the city prop-
er. Two each of the deaths and tc
the new cases are among colored peu-





White Woman Sentenced to Ten

Years for Marrying a Negro

By Associated Press.
Magnolia, Miss., Sept. 28.-Bessle
Perkins, a white woman, was sentenc-
ed today to ten years in the peniten-
tiary for marrying and living with a




St. Louis. Mo., Sept. 28.-Five Pen-
s-colians we ., detained here in quar-
antine today. They are B. J. Gitting.;
and bria'e, who was Miss Annie M-
Guire; and C. WV. Gray. wife and
,laughter. Mr. Gil ings is a railroad en-
gineer and Mr. Gray is an insurance
man of Pensacola.

By Associated Press.
Berlin, Sept. 2S-The official bulletin
announces two new cases of cholera
and no deaths in the twenty-four
hours ending at noon today, making
totals to date of 256 cases and 87
Heavy Bonds Required.
New York, Se:>t. 2S.-Eleven con-
tractors, charged w'ithi conspiracy in
impteit!.- Englizii tile-setters to the
United States un','r contract, were ar-
raigned before Uniitedl S'ates Commis-
sloner Ridgeway. EFxanmnation was
-... O. .tohrr 4 and >nail was flxed

The Deaths. ,at $2500 each, which wa furnished.
Those who have suceued to the
disease are:
Mrs. Ellis, 114 North A tbz street. ANOTHER DONATION TO
Harry Miller Bast Cha reet. THE PERDUE FUND
Jack Datais., 611 nt --
street. The Journal is in receipt of a -4tack
William Stone, (colored), 810 West for $25.00 from a gentleman who re-
Jackson street. | sides at Wewahitchka, Fla., and who
Lena Albritton, (colored), 424 East asks that his name be withh-eld.
Intendencia street. This amount is to be adde:] to the list
The New Cases. of donations to Mrs. Perduo. In the
Th e new cases list of n nations published yesterday
The new cases and tingr locations the Roberts Store was credited with
ans red by the attending physas follows: giving to the Perdue fund $23.00. This
clans uld have read "Roberts Station
Joseph aFebro, 431 East Intendencii d not thae Roberts Store, as the do-
and not the Roberts Store, as the do-
t nations were made by a number of
(Continued on Third Page) residents of that place.





Snegro. Robert Brown. Judge Wilkin-
son. in passing sentence, regretted
that he could not make th'e punish-
nient heavier. The woman a'eclared
Fhe did not know Brown was a negro.
Brown has left the country.




Evidence that Reform Spirit is
Developing Throughout


By Associated Press.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 28.-The nobil-
ity of St. Petersburg at a special
meeting have adopted resolutions,
without dissention. all of liberal and




Letters Are Now in Hands of Au-
thorities and Writer is Being
Looked For.




The man who writes threatening
letters has made his appearance, or
rather his letters hav', and it is quite
likely the authorities will be able to
locate him In a (lay or two. The let.
tears, though eined, are ofan ano any.
mous nature, the signature evidently

reform character. The most impor-; being fictitious andl they are addressed
tant follow: "That the legislative,' to the state health officer. Dr. Jos. Y.
judicial and executive branches ofi Porter.
the government should be separated Following are the letters, wih pune-
from each other and equal justice behe ler, u.
renaored to everybody, tuation, capitalization, and spelling,
"That the clergy be better trained just as they are written:
and cared for and clerical appoint- First Letter.
ments be effected electively.
"That the various ministers work in Pensacola, F'a., Sept. 26.
co-operation and the ministers he helu jos. y. Porter M. D). Mtul Driver.
responsible for their acts. 1 have had years experience in alt.
"That measures be taken to over-
come the illiteracy of the masses and low fever Brazil, Panama, Cubs-
that freedom to establish schools be passed through dozen epidemics a6tt
granted to everybody. of all the dam fools headed by you is
"That the freedom of assembly, of in Fensacola. Not a single case of
organization and of the press be as- yellow fver has Pnaco
sed." yellow fever has beec 'a Penacola




By Asociated Prees

tift- yar. Danime, Mo~le.-yphoi4
no yaHot. fever. Dr. H. J. Wright. th:e
plucky doctor knows what he sav'..
Dr. Herron says two ,r three case;
yellow fever here-balance all bosii.
Dr. McMillan says no yellow fever.
Kennedy and D'Alemberte are simple
tools. Can't tell sour milk from fresi.
Now, mule driver Porter, we 70 ;er
cent of the people here are tired of
your dam foolishness and graft. Yon
killed Abell, Winters an the Norwe-
gian consul (take advice leave this
city in 48 hours It not bear the coni-.
quences) take fool Anderson and Pier-

Paris, Sept. 28.-Premier Rouvier point your hirelings.
and Prince Von Redolin, German am- How about that two thousand you
baesador, signed the Franco-German
accord concerning the Moroccan con- got at Tampa, 5ayln< only one case
ference at noon 'today, thus ending 3 to 4 thousand cases dangue in Tam-
definitely the difficult negotiations,. pa why are you not Foliutious about
The accord was reached upon the Tampa. Of course, dollars govern anI
program comprising the organization cause we wont let Porter's oranges
of police, regulation and repression )f
contraband arms, financial reforms come into Arkansas that state of
consisting principally of the organiza- course you look out for Porter. How
tion of a state bank and also the best about that speech In Key West I will
means of collecting duties, and thelfix Pensacola same day. You d:d it
creation of a new means of revenue;
also the domestication of prinelples darn you ten thousand times.
destined to safeguard the economic i Hurrah for Boulter. He has lota of
liberty of Morocco. believers. His article is true except
stegomia humbug.
GREAT RUSSIAN Take warning' Take warning:!
Take warning!!!. Leave in 48 bours.
IS P RALYZ D VMen in St. Anthony hcSpitaL 1
IS PARALYZEDsaw them chills they gvt-nothMng


Moscow, Sept. 28.-General StoesseL.
the, Russian military commander at
Port Arthur, is suffering from a stroke
of paralysis, affecting his entire side.


Captain Warning Committee,
sic Semper I yranis.
Second Letter.
Edyct 2, Sept. 28.
If not the cyclops wil! at7nd yore case.
malaria. Milton, Bluf Springs, Cuto
ter Hamilton, Bosh Bosn. You pull-
ed wool over people eye- long enou;a
You be dam. No yellow fever in Pea-
sacola-25 cases one day x next, 4
next, bosh, bosh, bosh.
As Dr. Herron says, hurrah for Dr.
Brain and Wright you are the bigget

Montgomery, Sept. 28.-Dr. Thomas stegomia reguar uo, sucker-ter
M. Owen, director of the deDartment warning.
-f archives and history, has returned CAR OS WINTERS,
from a trip to North Alabama, where sic Semper Ty- -
hc attended at the wedding of his, Turned Over to Authorties.
brother, Mr. Gaines Owen, at RusseU- Dr. Porter was not :!armed over
ville, and afterwards went to She!- these threatening epistles; In fact. he
field. Tuscumbia and Florence on a paid no attention to th,:n other thas
search for material for his depart- to turn them over to Mayor Bliss, ry
:; r :. He captured a prize In the whom The Journal was permitted 't
h;ape of the fil!s of the North Alaba-: make a copy of them laxt
' from 1836 to 1878, given by the'night. Mayor Bliss will in turn
familyy of the late Arthur H. Kellar.. take the matter up with the
vho ran the paper for many ycvar. federal authorities, as the writer
Captain Kellar was the father oft of the letters has made himself ,ia'be

iHe:en Kellar, and was one of the lead-
ing men of the state in his day. The
papers give much valuable history of
North Alabama that could not be Se-
-ured anywhere else.
Dr. Owen also spent some time In
cookingg over historical a.tes and made
a number" of other discoveries of vai-
ue to his department.

to imprisonment In th- f,>,ral penul
tentiary by his acts.
Written W4th a Pencil.
The letters were written on legal
cap, torn at 'he end, and ruled on bot-i
sides. An indelible pencil was used

(Continued on Psge .L)



EMENT Vice President of New York Life Gets Ob-



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- V. -.jM5;(j" ou - .


Naval School



IOCE more the united States
government has demonstrat-
Sthe se that t i ore"
progressive than any other in
Me world. Its navvd department has
been first to adopt wireless telegraphY W
as ts leading mans of OfMa com" ui-
nation and to establish a permanent .
school for naval instruction ito the re-
ception and transmission of messages. : .... ....
An exhaustive series. of experimenta-
tin conducted by the most capable J.
io in the service brought to light the
peealiar adaptability of the wireleh ss
ptemrn to naval requirements, and the
Kperts engaged in this preliminary in-
vestigatiom were enthusiastic in their
adveac of Its immediate adoption.
As a rest the department has open-
ed the most thorough and comprehen-
sve wireless telegraph school ever at-
tempted under any spice. This let-
est department of service instruction is
quartered In the equipment building t
the Brooklyn navy yard. The class is
housed on the receiving ship Hancock ,
and at present numbers twenty-five
mern. These students are selected from
the naval stations in all parts of the
country and are men who have shown
abllky in various directions, especially
In electrical matters. The instructors
are the men who have been most eff-
cieat In the development of wireless
telegraphy.'and the curriculum em-
b-aces all that is known of the art t | A JA KIE
the present stage of Its evolution. A JACKI E
The course of Instruction at the navy W RES EX R
yard covers a period of only thirty --
days. At first mention that seemnis '
short. but It must be remembered that operator becomes more proficient. At '
the a~.nddates' knowledge of electricity, the beginning he receives almost dou-
Including other syst-ms of rapid corn- ble the pay given to ordinary seamren
municatoen, most be considerable. recruits. These young untrained sail-
There is actually little to be learned be- ors are given $16 a month, while the
yond the mechanical skill to manage electrical recruit who pas.'es a fair ex-
the comparatively simple apparatus amination is classed without further
Unes in the operation. This facility, It ceremony as a third class electrician
has hegn found' may be acquired in the and is paid $30 a month and living ex-
precrile6 time without undue exertion, pense.- f:r in excess of those of the or- -
althouh the candidate for graduation dinary seaman. Best of all. advance- A LESSON
will tind plenty to occut;y his time. The nient is certain if he shows fitness. He .. .. i
g aduates are expected to be able to may soon become an electrician of the IN THE
enter any ship or shore station and to second class, drawing a salary of $40. :'
flash a message through space at the and later will be rated as first class, T P: :A
rate of 190.0O0 miles a second and to entitled to $50 a month. The highest TOP
decipher accurately an answer to it. rating of chief, with Its financial ac-
On graduation the naval electrician is companiment of $70, will be his if he
assigned to sonime position anrd at once merits it.
sets off for his new sphere of useful- A visit to Uncle Sam's new school-
ness. His destination may be some room at the Brooklyn navy yard will
Mng berth at a nearby station, or it reveal a system of instruction which
mnay be in the tropics or on the bleak possesses many novel features of the
coast eT Alaska. educative process. On entering the
Where'er he goes. the graduate op- long second story corridor of the equip-
eratr is sure of a larer salary than is ment building a succession of buzzing bless, the twenty-five students of the of the youngsters, pencil and paper at
paid to other seamen of his class. In sounds gives a premonition of what is 1 1stitution are deeply engrossed In hand, are receiving and translating the
order to secure competent nm the gov- to come. The interior of the spacious mastering the details of the wireless buzzing news which is arriving from
cnarent isand txceeinlm liberal at the c room s a modified babel of sound process. For a certain time each man the opposite side of the room. The
start, and the emolumews grow as the and bustle. Seated around several ta- is drilled at the dispatching key. Some navy has a wireless code alphabet of

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coast One V the Wad States, making
a coathmise trom the north-
eastera stations va Key West asn eth.
er southern points to Sitka and the
Atuttemsa ltm 10 to the tr aorthweO
America's Insular possessions in the
Pacific--the Sandwich Islands, Guam
and the Phillppines-will be connected
with thb system, and so also will both
extremities f the Psamie canal. It s
believed that a special powerful ap-
paratus placed at the station on the
Farallones, thirty-two miles due west
of the entrance to San Francleco har-
bor. wMn make communication possible
between that point and Honolulu, 2.100
miles distant. Special long distance
plants are to be provided for Guanj-
namo. Cuba; Ban Juan.Porto Rico; Pen-
sacola and Key West. Fla.: Colon, and
Panama, perfectitlg the greatest chain
of naval Intercommunication in the
world. Between some of these points
over 1,000 miles intervene. Altogether
a total of 202 stations, ashore and
afloat, will be established by the Amer-
ican navy. At the present time there
are only thirty odd.
As indicative of the probable speedy
realization of the great work marked
out by the department some recent rec-
ords made by the new telegraphy should
prove encouraging. While passing Cape
Henry the Minneapolis read the weath-
er report which was being sent out
from the station at that point, ninety-
five miles distant. The same vessel
read a message from the Nantucket
lightship, 100 miles away. Thia latter
trial was considered a 'most remarkable
achievement, since the mast ef the
lightship was only 100 feet in height
and the nmast of the Minneapolis only
The navies of other countries have In-
stituted various wireless telegraphic
systems, but nothing so comprehenalve
as the American scheme has ever be-
fore been contemplated. The French
and Italian navies have undertaken
some remarkably ouccestful experi-
ments In short distance transmission.
The Japanese have demonstrated the
usefulness of the new system in actual
warfare. They have abown great abil-
ity in sending short distance messages
both on land ahd at sea and an equal
cleverness In intercepting messages sent
by the enemy. Now that they have ob-
tained control of the coast it Is ex-
pected that the Japanese electricians
will add some notable examples to the
record of long distance wireless trans-
There is only one Inference to be
drawn from the wholesale manner in
which the United States navy has com-
mitted itself to the new telegraphy-it
Is no longer a matter of speculative
concern only; It Is a success demon-
strated and unqualified.


Mab isis n relt O .a wHOsanD4
bank i the u Ar ,see, thut instorte
st m othe Gwrm es wvib makes
the coast of alln9 a pictursque
locality. This sally blaMd Is bun-
4qaM da4 mein t the w .ter bat its
hardy inhabitants. alB o them engaged
Isn S .M do. at ia t imt O toualar-
l, Uiving aimest entirety In eota. The
dwoun we are set e Dow ad* me ely

one story in height. These little houses
are painted In the brightest colors, red.
green, yellow and blue. The costumes
of both sexes are highly picturesque.
gay colors predominating. The women
are quite as hardy as the men and en-
gage In the same occupations. The
fisher maidens of Marken have often
furnished models for the painters who
find so much inspiration in the Neth-
During the years from 188U to I i
the French army lost 67.0". meay by Wl-
ness. while in Germany the correpond-
Ing figure was only 6.0" mm-. The
cause of this disparity lies largely la
the effort to keep the army of Frane,
whose population is 20.000,00 less than
that of Germany. equal in sie to Ger-
many's, the consequence being that
many recruits are accepted who are
bound to succumb to the severity lt
military life and training.


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Aamiral Baron von Spaun of the Aus-
trian navy, the fifth member of the
commission investigating the conduct
of the Baltic fleet in the Dogger bank
firing episode, is regarded as the most
distinguished naval oacer in the em-

Morning and Evenng Prayer,

( ianye
u Church Catechiflr'


Smeval Oiaptem sof the Oid and Ncw--Teftury'w,
TrsaflaWd us. e M&&*W I adrawLanguage,

By Lwrewe Claefe, Iterprter to Williamw
S AndIrm, Mionary to the Indians, from the


Prtijtd br W d firar4< ( ic N0WrW* 19 9 .

The cut is- a re,;ioucti n of the title page of one of the most highly prized
American looks in exist.Ince. It belongs to an Iniian prayer book printed in
New York city in 171.5. At a recent auction -alth of r:ire books held in the me-
tropolis this little worm eaten, time stained took. which \vas the property of the
late Methodist Itahop John F. Hurst., was sold for $1.300. the reputed purchaser
beIia J. Pit rr nt Morgan. Most of the book is printed in the Mohawk language,
*ad it *wa*. the first book ever published In that tongue. William Bradford, Its
printer., as the earliest representative of his trade to open a shop in New York.


Owing to the shallowness of the water the transports and lighters which are
used to carry the Japanese to the Liautong peninsula can very seldom approach
sufficiently near to the land for the soldiers to make a dry landing. Before dis-
embarking every one must prepare to do a certain amount of wading. When
the sea is rough this fashion of reaching terra frma involves considerable man-
agement. Mn addition to the care which is sometimes necessary to keep a foot-
hold there Is the task of bearing arms and keeping the salt water away from
them. It is thus at the very threshold of the disputed country that the soldier's
arduous career begins.

The cut shows Johann, the big an-
thropoid nple in the zoological garden at
Dresdtn. Saxony. Johann is really an
orang outang and is reputed to be more
like a human being than any other
monkey now in captivity. he possesses
a full fledged mustache, a Napoleonic
goatee. wears his hair a la pompadour,
and his black, piercing eyes are full of
intelligence. His countenance is very

European inspectors take snapshots
of men engaged on public work. The
photos in some cases are more eloquent
than any report could be. One showed
a group of thirty men on a road paving
job. Two of the thirty were at work.

pire and is virtually at the head of its
naval department. His selection was
due to the unanimous action of the
other four members of the commission,
who were empowered to choose a fifth
man. The admiral was a great favorite
of the late Admiral Tegethoff, who was
the father of the Austrian navy and
won the victory at Lissa over a com-
paratively superior Italian fleet.


The cut depicted me of the miserable cave dwellnfgs of the poor Irish it os
County Galwayr distri. of Connemara. This tI a poor agricultural distrIt4, O4
the inhabitants are detltute of moseet of the conveniences of life. Their alf
underground hovels are squalid and unhealthy. Added to all this t the baths
which prevails In much of Ireland on account of the potato crop failure tg
past season. In many parts of the island the people are entirely destitute e
means of ubstlstene, anad the most harrowing and pitiful letters come to Amnis
lea asking help. The past season was unusually hot and wet In Ireland, a4
there was an almost total failure of crops of all kinds.

The drawing represents the memorial
tower which the Vermont Sons of the
American Revoludon wil erect to the
famous Green Meuntain State patriot.
Ethan Allen. It will be Is the form of


The pr-:ant ruler at the Afie5s
kingdom of Uganda Is little Dhadi
Chwa, son of the fierce sad bloodtlrsty
Mwanaa, who was the terror of the Af-
rican tableland. Mwangas' conduct be-
came so atrociouO that he was deported
to the coast and his little son begas to
relgn under a regency of three native
chiefs. The native of Uaanda have be.
eome quite civiUted, and ma yof thg

The picture shows the new terminal station which the Erie railway system
proposes to esttablith at the foot of Twelfth street in Jersey City. The new
terminal will be for ;assengcr traffic exclusively, ard it will require twenty-two
tracks about equally ,1vilded between arrival and departure platforms. It will
be enteved from a concomre leading from the upper deck of the fleet of new
ftrrybeats now bul.~ing for thv company. There will Le five ferry slips in the
new terminaL It will be completed in about two year

human, and it is wreathed in a perpet-
ual smile. Johann's manner is the most
wonderful thing about him. He insists
on sitting at table and eating with
kn!fe. fork and spoon. sips beverages
daintily and uses a napkin. Johann is
a native of the interior wilds of Borneo
and Is now twelve years of age. He has
been in captivity only about a year, but
has manifested a most amiable disposi-
tion ever since he was taken

The Institution herewith illustrated Ia probably the meet complete esa hliu-
ment of its kind in the world. Although the members of the International' ypO-
graphical union have contributed ,more than h@A.09.0 to Its constructed and.
equipment, they are by no means 'ncimed to -ra their generosity. Theb.es1
occupies a fine tract of eighty acres a mile east of the beautiful pity 41 Ot -d
Springs. in the shadow of Pike's eak. The main building is a noble structure'
of white lava stone with red sin ntone trimmings, and there are several other
buildings of almost equal beauty. A emeshatlal addition to the oma M Utur
is about to be erected to the memory of the late Amos J. Cummings, who was
called "the printers' friend."

a sqo
an 0
he 4

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.tit'n all :., ; :n arnd i 1i- no strpri.s.
:t :i', h .< 'a-~in -'ck The Regi-t 'r
f O l s the - so'i.tud '. and h.lpe
11;, a';tact, is mn ld tha' he liay
L"- Oil itl k'A Ir Up1 :i H. Thomas o:
th. Pensa. -'a .liina' also has t:he
S 1--''vI an i his cix l'io 'e('c will ble
j id n-'A w ,- 1 his i-a"ge circle cot

Molil, Rocc-.t Mr. Ben H.
Thomnas so.n oW tihe vwell-know raii:.>ad
S',es:dent 'of 'he same nan:- in Chica
go, who has Iberin or sont' time assist-
an: editor of The Penisacola Journal.
iF among th; l)is" of ihoe strik-i by
S,,'Ilow ft'ver in Pet -, acola Mr
Ttn ,in:t- 1 ; i- -ine.t ro,:- t':-ornis in tit-
C-. w ]., was a,' oi i *:l, as' --
S le'rn ol his lifir-.- n,.!. whohi ho;.p
t ,"a' b w'il -pi .-il? rte e,, r
M.i':le H{'r:-' r Mr .,,hn C. Car
::-,.'. grar i.J:cn of JIln i Car('i .s .'.
former st,re:ary o' 'he t, roasurl. N'
1. at the Prt,,.denit In.tirmary. ha\
in eon'ractej :yphl' ,. r 'whA. ,i-
razedj wi'h th enttin.n'rn.t forces ofi
nte, of lth ra':road, h,-., Mr Car-
:sle's mother is v,:'; t." ain! setids
i telegram to hi V 'i ':'.i: in N, w'
'rk a 'i'i gxvii;c L" . :. int ,' .-
t' rday hv wa.- a report' .1 dotin;' w. a:;.
Lis recovery a- a, -uredt

Arm' and Navy .1.,,
from Capt William 11
N commandant" ,f' :n
K''v Wes' an (';up:
I' N. (cominmlalania :
v V r less '.- 'I ,; .i '

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Clara Ketchum, 431
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Amelia Brown, 707



-irst Page.)

East Intenden-

East Belmont

is oe of the healthiest IHH LH LANIN U

s T st ce Plaint' W Wants $2000 for Al- F
of afew cases of yellow Iled Joycmtt by Wholesale
fever should not keep urocers Association. Contribute Come in Slow
you from t hinkingA Contribwtions Come in Slot
about what you are An arafle was pbviresrhin this Much More Money is Nee
going to wear for Fall. fiin of a sutin he United r Work Being Car
oturi in ,,ackson;illt* by J. T. Ham- forW Being Car-
nonr, against a number of prominent
S*Anm n v o;csale grocery ?stabllshinenTs in i8 08o
We m ',insaco;ta and other point's in the
The Orlando Star at which place Citizens of Pensacola are at
S fora a ig Fa[l uasinmss, -Mr. Hammond, the planiff in the suit, spending slowly to the call for a
Sr sides. has the following to say abuut fund. The money is badly n
S and would like foryoua i f cay,: Ia.nd is being used most judiciously
to carll anrd scr what "A few days since Mr. John T. Course, more money is needed, a
; Hammond. of Orlando. filed, by his at-;those who are able to afford
We have to0 show for torney. in ihe Unitep Stares Court in urged to send in contributions
6 The Citv of Jacksonville the largest donations to the fundm to date
Fall in Clothing. Hats, suit which has been filed in that court follows:
MShi % ec* y yars. He is suein the The Donations.
SShiuS, etc. southern \hol sale Irocers Asso)cia- The Donation.
Sion for damages, the amount of denm- First National Bank..........
0 ages being placed at $200.000. I W. S. Keyser Co..............
0American National Bank......
--- Hammond's Side of Case. Consolidated Grocery Co......
0* "Las< year he open-?d a wholesale Fr. J. Schrcyer...............
Setablishm.nt here for the sale of Thos C. Watson ..............
groceries, and began business under Escambla realty Co ..........
I th, most flattering auspices. He was Lee Danie! .................
iE well known, not only to the commun- W. A. Blount...............
i!y. but to the turpentine operators Hannah Bros ................
CC. Goodman. o. n Airmpgr o throughout this section of the State,' People's Bank........ .......
-----------------------t and immediately established a fine Pensacola Water Company ....
............99-999999999-a He purchased his own store Leslie E. Brooks.............
house. i he most eligil)ly located es.t- j. M. Coe ...................
eCRh ELLn|h I 0lishment in the city. with full sid Pensacola Investment Co.....
IUWaL I Track facilities, placed several travel- M. F. Gonzalez................
LL ng men on the road and his business Southern States Lumber Co....
m R- ed. This of course cut off other Consolidated Naval Stores Co..
i AbBut "St wholesalers who were, accustomed to German-American Lumber Co..
s( l the trade of this section and when Saunders Mill Co............
Mr. Hammond wvrnt to replendish his J. R. Saunders................
ff K. WHIrTfy stock, he founc, that the edict had Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Waftesker Manfs ti ng eag- -r gone forth that he was not allowed to Gulf Steamship Co..........
W -- MW-Va ug W I purchase goods from manufacturers or D. Kugleman ...............
ande Omids OpUel. t The large centers, the allegation b.?ing' J. Geo. White ...............
*I a. P Xalefft 8~* Pessaes3a, w that this Interdiction was mad? by' S. P. Shotter Co..............
Slie Wholesale Grocers Association. Jos. Coleman...... ..........
.-.... This boycott caused him to go out of' A. F. Warren................
TF F he business, his store has been closed, M. L. Roch ..................
IL L- I L hs goods were disposed of at a loss iJno. B. Jones.................
ana as it were Othello's occupation T. H. Lannon & Co...........
vas gone. He has now brought suit Wm. Johnson & Son..........
for damages for the above amount un Clutter Music House..........
Died-A* Tuscaloosa. Ala.. Sept 20. .r th.e United States anti-trust laws. Meyer Shoe Store............
19405 Annie H. Ross,. eldest daughter and it is similar to 'he suits being in- Standard Clothing Co........
of the late Dr anu Mrs-. F. A. Rose sti'uted by the United States govern- Douville Timber and Land Co.
C! Mobilb nrcnt against the pork pickers and Maxwell & Reeves...........
The telhphon, in the ,olor,-d emer- ('"her unlawful c-ombinations in re S. Pasco, Jr..................
p(ncy ho,-p:a, is No :14; clP.swcans traint f trad(. P. Campbell.. ................
o: other. having business wlth Ith, Who Defendants Are. II. H. Boyer..................
:(',pital can make a no;e of this for "The defendants in the suit a Kress & CoHale Wilson.............
the:r own convenience t-arl. twenty vf Ihe largest and m. ni A. e A son.l ..............
Recorder I-aney ha,: a busy day yes r spionsi!le concerns in the S:a: wh<, rdon & Brown ..............
tIidax. Th, re were. wnt' cases on u nil'rs of the Sou'hern Who!t Thos. Pebley...............
tt.c dock.:. ouit of h: ch lw, we.r. cai '', (r,"".;,s Ass:Wc':aon. WhFn th Forbes Furniture Co ..........
tinued and four discharged Th,e pro- 1, n'rs were erveied 'n .Jacksonvill. N. G. Forc-heier .............
c eds from th, otL.-r ca.-s aggr gat- .:'" ; w k a consic, rally s-nsa'ior. H. G.DeSilva & Co ............
if $66.6v. 1- owe. among thl( parti-s interested W. A. D'Alemberte............
A special 1 i o theth a a s a x ',, :s. coUnsllla- Jas. McHugh ................
A special .-e.tnm o0 the c.)unci. :; n wi;h -'lornt s or- somft little Sol Cahn & Co .............
will Iw h, a -he 1. r ",n ,'l:.: < : "" -, ,>- ,rrance ,, n r !tin gs:.ion It roach<- i K ...
.il 711 br'f1r, h, .*ric'.io I The r a t rache Kryger ..................
vi' con.. le ,.'T114- lL:.Z Th. .x ., p fn '- h.u a n m re persona: Green & W atson ............
r.i, an<,.' ', hih w..r,. m'rt ..('e" a s.o" a ni ,T-, r. nmi will be wath,,d J. C. VanPelt ...............
.lb l i,", fin r, i, f,,r 1a a '. ". 11, i r r d The Pensacola Journal .......
p1 p on o fin't' r -)'tu f .r a S:L, R,- .-.. Mr 1 S Hav..s. ,Ha>yen .h & .,on.. of Orlando. Naval Stores Export Co. .
SH s : o p *. & .;, of Jack- W. B. Wright Co ..........
I,' i l la-. >i. ,,- w t ea l. a w v N. Apostle ...... ...........
l. ,r .1M Ha. s hfs en a: th, McDavid-Hyer Co.. ..........

;tll re- Tarragona street.
a relief
ieea'ed. Apparent High Mortality.
ly. Of At first glance the mortality as ciu-
and all pared with the number: of new ca.-t
it are is Nery great.
. The it is easily explained when one stops
are as to think that the mortality is no, ,
be measured by the number of new-
cases but by the number of dischar..d
$500 00 case.s.
200.o I)r. Porter last night, in reply to a
200.09 question if the present weather had,
25,'.0 had anything to do with the increased
50.00' mortality said: "No. It hasn't lasted !

50 00
25 00

. 0.0
10 ot
5 0(

N RR. G. B[[ushnell................ 2.0(
A. A. Fisher ................. 50.-,"
H Baars & Co ................ 1
AR[ ROPED IN Pensacola Lumber Co........ 10o k
AR RO E IN IF. C. Brent.................. 25...
John Shepard ................ .5 (i
!A. Diliustro .................. 1. i 0
GAME OF "SKIN" WAS BROKEN UP Alex Zelius .................. .000
BY OFFICERS LAST D. Levy...................... 1.01)
BY OFFICERS LAST E. J. Dunham ................ 5.00
NIGHT. Gulf Machine Co............... 25.0."
0. H. Smith & Son............. 10.00
Bar Pilots...... ............. 100.00
SW B. Lamar ................. 101,0.00
Captain Fondebilla anr Officer Hun- Scarritt Moreno .............. 100'
i.'reys surprised a nest of colored W. S. Rosasco ............... 10.00
':i-nblera lasi night at the corner of Marine Grocery Co ............ 5 A0
T:a'zagona and Le-Rua greets. A H. Muller................... 5.o00
1aI,31e ca t.:v- n!y known as "skin" was F. O. Howe & Co............ 25.0)
!n progre. w~aen "!:e rail was maie J. V. Porter.................. 1000
,:';, five o: the pan icipants were cap- J. A. Chaffin .................. 25.0 9
: e(i. all of whom w-re brought *o H. H. Thornton............... 10.0o
: -. .tati,,n and locked u:) A ntml'-r J. B. Roberts.................. 1000
tl o!.trs -('cap d befo-) the office.-s J. P. Williamns Co............ 100 i0o
c, place them under arrest. T. A. Jennings ................ 1U 0.0O
When the officer rapped on the dio: Geo. W. Wright............... 50.00
fir admission he ca'.s. money antd Cash .. ...................... 5.00
a evidences of gambling were clear- Quina & Guttman ........... 10.00
e away itn a second, nd when the Frank Reilly ............... 25 00
,,.fictr-s AOwer. a.liitt.,: t';e negroes a!i S. A. Friedman................. 10.00
I.. '.end.i be aseep. They d<;d D. Dannheisser .............. 5.00
:a kn.'wv. Loxwever, that the offlc( r H. 0. Anson................... 10 01
S a wa lhi the, procres.- of tle Marston & Quina ............. 25.'6
ca:e.i fr,.'r. :ne outside through oneo: W. J. & B. Forbes............. 100.00
hi I tl; iadi v !


long enoughl" Then he went on to
say that in his estimation the Ciiuse is
to be attributed to delay in reporting
the sickness. Fever goc a good grip'
on its vicltins and some began too late
to take mn dicines.
Dr. Pol(er stated emlinatically thqt'
he knows that there have bhen ca-,' '
of fever conrt.aled, or a, h'ast ti>'ill y
reported, and that tih: ha.s a i -eaL
dal to do with the nutn 'wr of Il.'ai.-s.
When a case of yellow :.t-r is a' ,,
ed to set a good sitlt t.t1' rc0 !V'y
is much mnor., uncertain. Hi_ r,.trrd
to the ca.('s that he has caused to .
sent to the hospital. Among lithese no.
says he could answer tur all but one.
This one may recover 1itt the
of chance is stronger in it than in all
the others. Persons feel ill. They
have a headache-it is ornly.a bill ,s
attack anmi w'ii! subsi.!, in a f-w
hours, they think. Occasionally tlh"
painl is attributed to It'.e ,yes. Tit.
Lack aches. "\\'W el, I liftld. s,'in -
thing heavy yesterdayy" or "I sw c;.
nmy house all over thoroughly .he oi( :
day." And so it goes. Yellow foiv
is the trouble, but the rick one i1?
not admit it until he is real sick ail I
the physician has beon calleiI to re ,
lieve a minor troublee and fin.'s a can''
of fever, ful'y develop .I, to fi'-ht.
Dr. Porter's bulletin. No. i will 4
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Small Number of New Cases.

The prediction was hcr'd on tho
s'. e s la-st night that "'at : 'i v'.v *",..-,
will incrt ase nrow." But th y haven .
And the health office does r.ot ell, ,01
they will.
There is no reason wxay:4hey should
if pi(cautions will !ie taken. I- ni- Screen. Sleep ilidri a not-
without big holes in it. If yiou fe',
bad .-just a little bi't-tal in your
medical man.
And there are very few case i;in' Ier
ts-Spicion. It is to be (xpec(tii i'i
it''. re will 1be new' cai<'s to.,i.'i s;!n t
itino liit the situation iln ileita'i :a
looks hlc icr and a '.'y imlr ):
i('t !: mayv nox be (xp '' L..
(O ing to the rainy \," ;a ier t!ie l,'-.
T:''o will have numbE,'- of now pul-
dill' to develop in. Thel alihi ofl.ico
tlhliefore iirgIes that e' Wrntrl v!1'-ilatnce
be continued and it wll l'-ad on to v-. '
tory over thle vye;iow f-vC-.
Journal's Patients Improving. D
The condition of bot .Percy S.

N. Goldring ..................
Cash.. .. ................
W. H. White & Co............
Warren Fish Co..............
Pensacola Stables ............
C. Thiesen .................
Southern Bell Telephone Co..
J. S. McGaughcy.............
Armour Packing Co..........
Dubuisson Bros ..............
Star Laundry ...............
I.. S. Brown & Co............
.udlge Ht. Beilinger............
Varks & Gayle .............
Swift & Co., .. ................ .
Mrs. Fannie Hendelrson ......
MeKenzie Oertinig & Co., .....
Dunwody-Aiken Co ............
J. S. Roberts .... ...........
Citizens National Banb ......
L. & N. R. R. Co., ...........
F. W. Marsh ................
R. M. Cary .................
J Ed. O'Brien ................
Pensacola Gas Co ..........
Electric Terminal Railway Co..

i,.-, i, . Af',r a -_ rIh the card,I were found. -l- jGoulding Fertilizer Co ........
tn' aia si: :i. :* 'h '' ni,. ,v had probably ).x;n! MAXIM'S MAXIM. ;John C. Avery.. ..............
,' M ;. "; -n, y t.,', who got awa.. t,'e aus,- P. Martin z... .. ............
- P nm-oa -a ""' v'hrs were searched at the s:ta Mcdest Claims Often Carry More Con-. .. May N .... .. .... ..
: !,'.' n -.- n al i non, of 'nT -o-med to have eviction Than Loud Boasts. Welles-Kahn Co ..........
a : .' a five. c nt piece on his person. Rhodes-PFuch-Collins Co.. .....
S: :i'.. ar.- Lu:s Mot.ley. I1< charged with keo'n- When Maxim, the famous inventor. A Moog, ..................
.. .' c a gam' ho,,ie., while Chas. placed his gun before a committee of Southern Cotton Oil Co.......
':- cui out 'it -'re. Mc i chila Bailey, 1,ewis Wel,t' judges, he stated its carrying power F. E. BrP-iwner. ...............
S ,;.ri ,,nit.- -1 Jimn T'i.son ar( ciarge1 with en- :o be considerably below what he R. P. Reese.....................
:', o 'a ca n na game of chance | felt sure the gun would accomplish. D. H. Klusmeier.. .. .. .. ....
The result of the trial was therefore C i
:: p - triumph of surprise instead of dis-i Colored List.
S, i': r "nns against mosquitoes. He is also appointment as it might have been if Big Zion Sunday scioe..I ....
': the, n1 *-.: husas:;,' over the success of the '.< had overestimated, his gun efficien- M. M JI wey. (Stentina i ....
,- ase r i- I ve' ('w ;:"er Sorvice as an adjunctey. .Tos. H. James, ..............
:,..: -t, xl 'L', qatrn na, No shps were allowed, Our claim regarding Newbro's Her-. W. H. Harvey ...............
.:i' ', it is rv- pa ; :' .nes, and no case develop- 'pl Ide is based on actual scientific Moses ...............
f ,l t1,' It n 'h. from an" infection facts. Richard Morris ..............
S .. -. c,.' : have been admi'tod in this If a living germ is causing your Cash ..........................
N." wa -. s'- aa' He b :lves :h.- Rexv-nue Cutter hair to fall out it's the most sensible L. F. And -rson ..............
*- .- ,,:-s < S. r ice w.i : r.:..-d on lar: ,ly for thingg to kill that g-,rm. Marion Biu. .................
.: . p :. -I e' n -.,e--. ( ap:air: Newbro's Horpicide does this quick- Pres'on Gordon .............
A. "g : it s'- a:r... -i at Washir.z'- D. C. -yv and effectually. Destroy the cause Aaron Johnson ...............
S; *.r,' ',r :' 1.' 'oi remove the effect. :St. Paul church ............ ..
- t.. .. Ip: :a II For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, Washington Clark ............
:' <;.e ,.n ; i: R T !'., I.' L ir..'n .n! V ani!a EI x-.' uggist and apothecary. 121 Soutix Whitfield Dupont ............
f r n nii ii" :',.c.t a:r.- i,-, an 1 sronn; thai j Palafox Street. or send 10c in stamps Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
S-ary pr'cau \ r: >r- c un ito The Herpicide Co.. Detroit. Mich. Baptist Church. .............


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Atlanta. Ga.. S, pt. 28.--A strong ap-
i'ication has bhe-n fil d with the
prison commission for executive clem-
ency in the case of Zeb Carman of
Pa-:ks county,. who was convicted of
assault w th intint to murder in Sep-

tt mb r, 1Mi3. He was charges' with
t': '.in- -hot a little boy while the lat-
te. x\\x s lying in hed,. Ie was convict-
,T w h reconminenilation to the mercy
S;h. ( uirt.
S-."'- w *r'. taken to appeal to the
siipr n., n t.'. for a new trial, and in
'h. nit-intin he was Ileased on bond.
"i ti pir,' ] anid no appeal was taken. When
C(rl.tan twas sonti ilt for the execution
if 'he pe:itoentiary s Titenci, he could
not ltw ft,' Inl, and lie is still at large.
Newly di|scoveorcd evi,.'ence which
leads the p o,.le of the county to be-
i(ve that Carman was not guilty of
he- crime, has led to a strong petition
in his behalf for pardon. Under the
aw, however, the prison commission
can tak no action in the matter un-
i! le surrenders himself to the au-
borities. His present whereabouts

i' unknown.

Hayes and Ben H. Thnnmas, of The
.L,;rn:l. is rassurin,. Mr. Hayess
fver has n, early lef[ him and he is
resting ea'silv and with rest is expec'-
,i ito improve steadily. Mr. Thonma-s
; approachin thile crisis bu" ai st night
hi- c:)nf lit io(:N was perft.ctly satisfac-
|o.% and i- iimho ght that he will i).-
,,cn at his accuS.toned1 rce.;k before,
iiatiiy days.
Timber Custodian Britson.
Among the "suspicious" cases now
cirfinod under a mosquito bar is Tim-
'i(.I. Custolian Thos. F. Britson. Mr.'
lrit son's friends hope h,- will escape)
trie disHase. His tel i)hon1, number is,
70S, and all husin''ss connected with:
h.s office can be condu- tel by ringingi
thl.i nuiiti 'Fr.
Two More Deaths.
Since the forg.oiing wa.. put in typ-'.
*w work .ia' hls halve occurred.
1). Agaro. the Gr'ek who was fouad
in a building at 61)5 South Palafox
,Teet a few days ago w:th the fever,
iat. az. that place last night about 12
clock. Ho haid a very pronounc.. 1
':1s of "yelow fov r resulting from l

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Engraving and Fine Stationery.


Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

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E. 0. Zadek Jewelry Co.

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DR. PORTER RECEIVES Sends Five Dollars.
THREATENING LETTERS The Journal Is rec.-pt of a check
(Continued from First Page.) for $5.00 from S, H. Ktismeler, who is
at present at St. Charl-,s. Ky. Thls
and thepaper was evidently laid on'amount is to be applie-d i.> th. :.ellow
the back of a canvas-covered book! fever relief fun-,. Mr. K.',m..t r apel
when the writing was being done. Family left Pnsar .'
They were mailed in plain envelopsfa lf
anl addressed in pencil, both envelopes fcre the yellow f,-v,.r wa a 'niarino'e

'hI' wan' of proper nursing and tthe hearing the Pensacola postmark. in Pensacola to 'ake thc .. -iimmff
- a::iurie of reporting the fever to a ph:- A Very Serious Offense. vacation wi'h frim-ds and r-latilves
2 7e -: ian during its early ages. The writing of these letters is a very-
S, ,-r, a white a ,la who wao, -erious offense both against the la' a~POLITICAL CONDITIONS
n ten: nospi,'a a few ays ago, f ,'lorida and the laws governing HAV B N
2- ,i,' ;aI ,niht azout 11 o clock. Thi HAVE BEEN EXAGGERATNC
5 a t' a ,al of se'xen 'deaths To ishe pogtoffilce department, anrl i wi'.A
5 t,: e ats fo probably go hard with th- guilty par y'
5)0 w --rl -.vhen he is caught and tri-d. y Asccated Pres.
2 os __- The authorities have been quietly in-j Budap,. ,' p'. 2'7.- MTany r'agge
1 o ,n v estigating the matter and they' bo- ard rrp': : r a: a, i.i-.' ng r '-'irdia4
1 1,1 lievethey- have- locatedd the )ers(o-nrtwho' t!al cn hr Thg
1 0'. 'rote the letterrs. As .sron as th--y -
=, f-el definitely assured that they ha- unte' ahsan -, th, ;a'!, : i nhr Tasg
15 0, .him spotted, he will be arrested an Iir.g apprehen-sion.
1 00 lodged in jail to aw lit tria: before; -- ---
GET THE BOOK !Judge Swaire at the v nter term ofi Low rates at Southrr' Hotel for
2 00 OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE. court. I rooms and board.



Manufacturers, St. Augustine, Horida,

On Sale at White's (Solomon's Old Stand)




Aft mISISamA Mm

Reese Everitt, 623 East Heinbcrg
Lily Belle Everitt, 623 East Heinberg
Joe Roulhac, (colored), 257 East
Chase street.
Lee McClenny. (colored), 112 Soutii


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T. .-- If :on are a good judze of business
f- The Pr.-,crlsa .nma' Is on crnit ions you can sit on your i.)rce
-* sal* at 'he fol.ov ng p:;ces in .,a' ,o(.;n( anai pick out the "busies,
*- th, (i-y st' '"o in twn oday. I's 'erely a
S Bay Hotel. m na:itr of pickine out the BEST store
i k Coe's Book Store. adverti.-.-iietw, in the paper today-
t ^ Depot News Stand. and the plan never fails.
Gem Book Stor*.
0. Merchant HteL No; "amount of space used." ir.
Southern HoteL *store advertising is NOT EVERY-
-* Thompson's Book Sto" .- THING- -iit you have probably no-
I* Wagand loe Cream Parlto. ticed tha: th'vy ue big icwomotives ,
t Wagenheim's New Stand. pull heavy freight trains, in spite of
o Waiker's Book Store. 'he fact that there are small locomo-
| .*- *ivesr of very fine workmanship and

The prevention of "dull days" at
GOING AWAY? the store is quite Within the power of
When yes eMve the city for your the merchant-but to receiver from
summer vacation have The Pensacola their effects is not s- simple. You
J .mf, fow you. Noify circla- would have a dull day in your kitchen
at home if there were not enough fuel
tics eramn r, PhMu, L to cook a meal with. Publicity is the
motive power of store-.
] Pumtsumt for When people come to welcome
-_tnt i DStrIS, reents and carvasers in:o their hcime,
^ C am nient o D1f SC~aSC. as hospitality as thy welcome th":r
A 'rectt i.ssu of the New Orleans home new-spaper-then you may w'ell
Times Ih'xma(rat contained the follow- decide to spend a little less on news-
I paper advertising and more for per-
ng re are to e failure to tre ert ,he,' i

. Thn phof ans pint out ta A Eheal...
thesr miiii capest. seritius points of inf",,:to as do thk bank was started. It was only a branch
te",vt-, (as.-s,. an;i ;h"i when mildcase-s bank, but that did not dim its luster
occur ., dia:y inffc,,;ln and probab- or novelty in the eyes of the backwoodsa
l i dw :,' ai' certain to result. itita.ns

Whtw' this droes i '~ur." said on"e
cit i en. "ilie p'rs ins wh'o have cor
cealed ca('.a. a.', simply guilty of mur-
dI r Tl,(r, is ni uis, in minc'ng;
. x-crd-. ILnorance of the enacted lawi
I i n ,,I-(' f'r the l]aw breaker I' -
' oh f i: ,he phvy-'cal law.- that govern
th. propagatin (of hi- yellow f '\i
germ and the spread of the disea.,-.
t.1 u,1ld lwT ro x':Tnse for z,vrson:- 'wA.

The flrt depositor was tS For. Si
was a man of means. it hbad truste:l
for the safety of his miney to his yarn
eock and h!i gin. Now be felt that, as
the leading citiren of the town. he
ought to niieourae tl!he new enterprise.
lie put in a thousand dollars as soon
as the bank opened.
An hour later he came back and ask-

r'fusv, to oboy the lr-,inanrces an d r,1 ed how money was taken out. The
uiaiont pa-. 11 by th, governing method of making out a check was ex-
bodies of the city and the state to plained. and St made out one for $1,-
protcct the health of h( community. 000. The cashier was surprised at the
"-To nyn mnn' :th, r-,t nt regulation sudden withdrawal, but paid it with-
for Ihi $.7 firel or thr, days In Jal out eark. P took his money anda
f-lh-l h r,.lasd li" a law making walked down to a group of men and
the punishmen, for such an offense a sayedo toa froup of en and
penitentiary term. Three years in displayed It. The group entered into
aripes now go -o those convicted ft a warm but low voted dtismssion.
being accstoory before the fNet of In ten or fifteen minutes Si walked
murder The same sentence shouni Into the bask again and told the cash-
go to those who wilfully prevent the Is! that he wanted to deposit a thou-
proper precaution, )being taken w!:h sand dollars.
regard 'o :'.tiw :,.ver cases." "Why, sir, what is the matter with
Ju.: sucii c', di i'nr.s as the Timens-, you?" ssked the clerk. "You deposited
',emnocroat rl p n, r. in New Orleans n'ei a thousand about an hour ago and took
respen.:Ke,, for a large part of the It out before it had got cold. and now

sprIa, of f< v concoaln,'nt of disease is of course
cronfili mos-ly to the ignorant class-
es. ," if a fw cxamp~ls were made,
by sentrnc o(f fire or imprisonment
evrn the n-os- ignorant would sxon
learn w"l' i'z t, prner thing to do in
:t l: p-emisn s..
n lor the F:ori lsa -, i. law the c.:in
c' m-I' ;' i-i t, I or:',- disease is,
upon c. inictuion. punishatl.I hby a fine
oif nt le.-> :'an ?'i n' r 'h r.i
ItOI.00. or imnpr,.snmept in the conn-
IN ja;. for : :ess (han one or morc
ltt-: i:x lc":'W :-
A c D vir"'i tn o- ;\' w :h :ht' pr.',' -
sc:'tencr un,er ,hi law. would be a
9ine thing fo: Pt nsac.,i about tI1,'
tin !- would have 1 a < T. ('ffect u:i
ni:,r persons thsn a s!:ily the ones
con i '-edi.
M'b-ut a" mnnan a ma~ as your ima-zi
mati-on (an 'i.:''-. i. 'vhl one w io
co:::tc to t". I. vwspap*r office when he
g,;- ret:.' an I ask.. that yout
$sa: i. '...:. "" "" "- an t hen i 'es
o;u: amn le If c.'].s a says every.a
th :. : i .:... c an think '
an' :r, o i0 ji:ri. your Ius-ines.. -
Chip'ly B'.:'ner. N,' wN rci than ,.
teliou who war. .- ii rlish cirn-
p:im-en r i : :r-% ., s of him and ii:'s. errI l <, h, .-a- something,
to H-,'r':- :,. A.- un'i to som ?
ebeap. ob ar Lc : a., i has it done.
.--Jacks :v'. "-ropo-is.

The J.rnalis circula ,ion for the
Month of September %.,' eclipse any-
thing in newspaper circuar on that
ihas ever happened in Pcnsac-ola. The
worn circulation statement will ap-
pear in Sunday morning's issue, and
advertisers should stu4d the Igures

you want to put it back again."
"Well, my friend." said 81, "me and
Sthe boys jst wanted to find out how
the thing worked."

The. sfewaI PHf~tW 55. .
Mg Agus t, 1995, a
oteti of


or an

The following figures bhow The Pejn
sacola Journal's circulation for each
A- a.riff tip a month nt Am.n.. Ar

Politics and

The Judiciary


M i EN chosen to fill judicial offices have not been mere party
adherents. They have, in general, been devoted during
their political careers to the orgaisationu AS WELL
AS TO THE PRINCIPLES of their parties. They
have, in fact, been the advocates of what one of the
greatest of our modern leaders has defined as a "sturdy partisanship."
This has been distinctive of that culminating judicial body of our own
history and of the world, the supreme court of the United States.

I LI -_ ;--~---- -- * I

Every chief justice has come to that high distinction after passing SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS. B. Mathes. an instructor, was used in
through the lanes, alleys, streets orhighway of apart. As a rulea sensational way. rs. ath ha
th hthe ne alleys, o highway party. a l 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow lately been selected' as a teacher in
they have gone through many grades of political effort, humble as well fever In the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully, the Turkey Creek school, in Hillsboro
as high. And IN NO INSTANCE has this system brought to the earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-cunty, and the children of the school
quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to have asked the courts for an intjnc-
bench a man who could be called or thought of a a political chief the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find their way t on to restrain her from teaching them
justice. therein, and Court Commissioner T. E. Lucaa
2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she of Tampa, has granted a temporary
In my own somewhat extended judicial experience I have nat- must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar- order, which was served on Mrs.
ra come into close relations with a large number of judges of dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct- Mathes yesterday.
uray come into ly the most efficient and Important sanitary agent in preventing the spread The Tampa Trirbune has :lie follow-
courts of both original and appellate jurisdiction and into personal of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation otI ing account <;t the case:
S, the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is an. Rarely, if ever in this country, and
contact with many more, but after all these years I can ay that in no non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of, c rtainlv never before in this State,
case have I ever known a single judge who, writing or concurring in a the patient, (especially if these are not immunes) largely, if not entirely, has a teacher ben removed from her
S. .depends. position by the summary legal process
majority opinion, or,*either by himself or in connection wth his asso- 3. Every nurse must bear In mind that the most malignant yellow fever of an injection restraining her from
ciates, dissenting in a minority opinion, has been moved by personal patient is Innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible exercising her duties andl powers, an,'
non-immunnne, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of the most remarkable part of it is that
reasons OR BY ATTACHMENT TO A POLITICAL PARTY. mosquitoes to the patient's person. the suit is brought in the name of the
These considerations ought to give us pause before we consent to 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there, pupils who have been deprived of an
think that our life, society and tem of government are gro fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick education by their parent refusing to
think that our life, soety and ytem of government are growing room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient send them to a school taught by Mr<.
worse or before we permit any revolutionary theories to drive us to during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented. lMa:hes. The entire 109 pupils appear
Sh.t The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished If a in the bill for injunction, headed by
the conclusion that old customs, manners or methods should be abin- patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow- Miss Mae Calhoun. the 14-year-old
doned simply because they are old or because other governments or fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito. daughter of Mr. W. S. Ca'hoaa the
even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoying4n nrit nienitler of t.o ioatri ,tf
forms or systems have not adopted our simple and effective way of and harmful even if not infective to the patient, and it must be looked upon tiuIstees. who has eons.,ten:ly fought
Stealing with great and difficult human problem as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mioeqtto stings. Mrs. Mathes' a lm)inten' trori the-
dealing with great and difficult human problems.6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless she v, ry ~art. As he- father and "next
While the lawyer is almost a dominant force upon the higher table has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science and f:4en(i." this being the le'eal term uwdl,
S. experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected patients and he brings the suit. in atalf of hls
Islands of our politics and in congressional and: tat legislative bodies; those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety daughter and the other petitioners
while he has fairly adapted himself to the change of methods, it may from the infected. named, all of whom are set forth to
7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to be between the ag s of 6 and 21 years,
with truth be claimed of him that he has never yet become what is handle in protecting her patients are: and entitled to the privileges of the
known as the great boss, that peculiar character incident to the later (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient In His Bed. Turkey Creek school.
1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the E'ghteen Affidavits.
development of our practical politics. In many instances he has been passage of mosquitoes. The bill contains thirty typewritten
able to command leadership, but it has never in a single instance in- 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the pages, with eighteen exhibits, nearly
patient's body is in contract with the netting., l! of the latter being affidavits in re.
volved dependence on politics for livelihood or fortune or the use of 3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no torn gard to Mrs. Matbes' moral character.
power FOR PERSONAL OR IMPROPER ENDS. places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging inside. It recites in detail thc, action of tho
power The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes from County School Board in appointing
NOR HAVE PROMINENT LAWYERS BEEN FOUND IN PUBLIC entering. Mrs. Mathes to the position of fourth
LIFE OR OUT WHO WERE WILLING TO STAND BEHIND MEN 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed In assistant in the Turkey Creek school
side, not merely driven or shaken out. cover the protest ot forty-s-;'en parents
WHO BORE THIS RELATION TO OUR POLITICS AND TO SHARE 6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physician; representing 109 children;: the action
WITH THEM THE SPOILS WHICH ARE SUPPOSED TO BE THE IN. awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par- of the county superintendent In re-
CIDENTS OF THEIR POSITION. ticularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially in infants and voking her crtificate upon the ground
children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man- of immoral conduct, and the subse-
As no lawyer ever attains a position so commanding that he may ifests itself in such a mild form in infantile and early childhood, that it ia quent action of the State board In re-
likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the symp.- touring her certificate and reinstating
not be assigned by the court, whose servant he is, to defend the pris- toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to her in the school.
oner of the lowest grade and of most probable guilt, so he carries with spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized cases are, An injunction is asked preventing
for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view. her from teaching or attempttag to
him through life the obligation to do all that lis in his power to save (B) Screens. teach any pupils or classes in the
the institutions of his country from the harm that may be done by the All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside school, or from being in the building
e in os o country rom e arm tat may e done by e of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provisional screens during school hours, which was grant.
RECKLESS AGITATOR who would destroy what is merely be- can be made of bobblnet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise ed by Commission-r Lucas.
secured to the openings s of the sick room. H.P. Bailey represents the peti.
cause it exists, who would raze the old structure MERELY BE- () Sulphur ard Py hru r Fumigaton. tioners. As the defendant s mar-
CAUSE IT IS OLD, not because it is ugly, but, perhaps, for the Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrom (Insect powder) to destroy ried woman, her husband. Geore hk.
possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever. Mathes, in included in the bill and the
very reason that it has in it some of the elements of that beauty the Sulphur turned in an iron pot is the surest way, and If used in proper quantity injunction. Col. Bailey has taken the
consciousness ef which has never so much as entered into the mind of will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average room is suffi- only steps possible to secure rellei for
client if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1.000 his clients, and can do no more for
such a man. cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and one pound of the present. The next move will have
insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stopity the tmosqultoes. The to be in the shape of a demurrer or
mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two motion coming from the defense. A
THE TRAN SM ISSION OF bour fumigation with sutlphur is quite sufficient it ordinary cases. 'ihetempomv teacher will be appointed
fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled to take Mrs. Mathes' place during any
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness. litigation that may follow. Colonel
YELLO FE VE D AN D The fumigation should be done In the morning, so that the room will be Balley made an exhaustive.examina-
free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When- t on of the authorities. before filing hiS
.. Never the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the one bill for injunction, and was not able
HOW TO7 N Ur!! rT occupied by the patient should be first purified of noquitoes and prepare.l fcr o a parallel case anywhere. He
.HO W TO N URS I the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the disin- ca totheo lo, however, that
fected room as early as possible after the fourth day. t was the proper step to bring sit
The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction, well as screening, In the name of the children who ar,
At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 190is the atteonducteding physician. But in isholated locaimme or diately after notiftain- heing deprived of an education by
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibill s the attendingtary relief ci unavoidable, the physlaa tad dte layi direct th e presence of Mrs. Mathe oi th
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care members of the household In applying the preribed reglats. theooir net frhaviend." Te ne to in thas
of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge o Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Health case is Mr. Calhoun, the minority
the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the presenL trustee the ority
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever epidemic:
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, Remove all ornaments of metal, such as bras, copper, silver and gilt Some Allegations.
which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub- from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metallic nature. The affidavits filed with the bill
lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the objects tightly for injunction are sensational in tha
with paper, or with a thin coating of vasellne applied with a brush, extreme, charging drunkennese a&n
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUL Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after thor-.. .hr acts of immorality on the part of
oughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture sad closets. Mrs. Mathe". and some of the acts
1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping ail complained of dating ten or twelve
which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the openings in chimney, floor, walls, keyholes and cracks mear windows and years back, including the tetso
agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg- doors. scandal of three years ago, when Mrs.
omya Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) oer Mathes, then a teacher nla the Stetson
Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails, them with a paste made of flour. University, and Rev. John 1. trbmes,
2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists in the blood The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, flat skillet preferred, an' president of the Institution. were
of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with about charged with Improper conduct, left
wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others. Hence the an Inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be taken to the university. The patrons of th
importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began. guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set are to Turkey Creek school who are opposed
3. The mosquito (Stegomyia Fascisata) is powerless to convey the dis- the house, tc the continuance of Mrs. Mathe in
ease to a susceptible person by its blte until at least twelve days have elapsed The sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lighting it. the faculty, disclaim any intention
after biting the yellow fever patient. This period of incubation in the moS- The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up of persecuting her, baUt they alclare
quito is the time that Is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the and well ventilated. they do not consider a person of her
body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary NOTE-To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of character fit to teach young children,
glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to Sad the amount and that they will not send their chil-
that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months, of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 500, dren to school whihe she is omectei
to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season, and the result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds, with ft.
4. After Incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
above specified, the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during the would multiply 15x0110, equals 1,500 cuble feet. Divide this by 500 and you New Sulte Filed.
entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds. The following ia the ,ol .-

-h he average number o, copes insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate
da yop yellow fever with a Stegomyla fifty-seven days old. Gulteras with another
August 1 4,350 August 16 4,800 101 days old. [Note--According to Agramoute, Stegomyia Fasciata In Havana
August 2 4.400 August 17 4,800 can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana: says
AuguSt 3 4.335 August i 4, Dupree. it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
August 4 4,400 August 1 94,d00. the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-
August 5 4,350 August 20 5,2S0omyla must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after
AuguSt 6 5,000 August 21 biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or
August 7 .... August 22, 4.8i seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Louislana
Augus 4S500 August 23 M00 that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
August 9 4.500 August 24 4,,Si and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
August 10 4.500 August 25 4,0I Aopheles, within three to five days after.]
August 11 4,625 August 26 4.00 5. A period, varying from two to ive days, usually elapses after the bite
August 12 4.625 August 27 2 of an Infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop in
August 13 5,000 Augut 2 ... he human subject. 4This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
August 14 August 29 united States Army Yellow eer Commission found that in thirteen cases
August 15 4,600 August 30 4,800 of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied
ugAougust 31 5,000 from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after inaeculatioa.)
Toal for the month ......127 6. From the* above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyla Fasciata bites
Average per day........4,716 a yellow ftrer patient within the first three days of the disease, It will have
I hereby certify thatha above state. to'Incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incabatlom
went i correct according to the re period the mosquIto); then, I it bites a susceptible persma at the exptrs-
ord on le n this on re tioa of this time, two to five days must elapse for the di sese to manifet it.
FRED A. SW B self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimating the probable spread of
Circulation lgr. yellow feve-: fromI a stgle Individual to the susceptible persons in his onviro.-
Sworn to aTnd subscribed before me ment. a period of at least twenty-six days must be aBowed to elapse before
this 31tst day of Aigust, 1905. the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des-
J. P. 8 STOKES traction of the mosquito, can be dct.tlaatd. In vieW of the fact that several
Notary -Publec. days may elapse before a mosquito inftected from th first case may bte a1



ALther AruThe A df Advew tShereek o lmes.-
"The Hound of the BDam H ivIes.' "The Dig IFIa rATE f
er the Po(ur. "A y le iearet. 3ek. Sy P. B, f r3U-f


The Sunday Journal

recorded In the clerk's office since
last Monday:
Lee Daniels vs. Chritine Mestre, at.
al., bill for petition. BloWnt & Bfloun.
attorneys for the planatif.
Tax Collector J. S. Roberts is sewm-
ing out wotic, to busiAes iTne, call-
ing attention to the fact that all 1t-
ceases will be due on October 1. Mr.
Roberts is kept bmsy isuig lleense,
for the eomg year to parties who
have ahlady aft lm appipta-
tion for them.
You Are Welceme Hee
Come to Mictgan and escape the
Yelstw ever. The lHtel Chester-
Sell at New Baltimore, Mich., on An-
ctr Bay Is open Mmner and winter.
Dfllghtful boating and flng. Ien
maable termss.
C. A. MAROiTvfTB, Prop.
Low rates at 9a thera tel W
ro0ms aad boar&

susceptible person, this period of observation should be legthened to Uthirty
days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans Ia the
present epid4mec, to determine If a focus will develop frm an infected case
after its first appearance in a given locality. U IL A
7. The Stegomyla Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time ASF
that the poison is incubating in its body (twelve to eightete days). It ma.;
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite is innocuous; neither
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by tomites (L e. article
or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or -
their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bedding
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by eostact or proximity
with the sick, is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead fo-am yellow fever are incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days of
the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set in. Th Want an Ininnctioi tm Pm
10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black j-
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients. v et r& N athfs from Tech
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the
Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease. -ig the School.

Duties of the Trained Nure.
Many readers will remember the un.
NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON- sity in which the name of Mrs. Lena







LEr8MInM 11I111 1, MM




min m MITMI,





taoe a hco& makAtUion Mayor
coela's eat e with that of Mobile,
t statemet I te d MoMI Register a
few as 6 that 4tyr it 0m week
had 6 d white, and 15 colored
dm- a. isaktg thirty-etgt d -th, in
eoe sitaul week with only 4ole the
-ek .1 atmcOla "
The people of Mobile did not like
the etateamtm Me the ftn an Im-
Sediate:la eMtto n wMch resultel
in th e1Aoewig tele m addresed
MobitHel to Mayer lsa.
"Hea Chertes Bltss, Mayor, Pensa-
Trw art cle in a coa Journal
t yesterday hst reeved is grossly
libelous to Mobile. In your compari-
woB of the health of the two cities you
aeert t ta int e w laUile had
thirty-eight deaths. The authority
yo qaeote has ever putlised such a
statement. Average weekly mortanty,
report, whte &ad black, for past
moath. taeldpg number ot death ~
at oth.r pnlaeA ti elghtem. ighbest
reairt twenty '. Mobile Mb the
despot Iy* lm3 for Pensacola, but

Er Drop

of Blood
n the body pmas
or"h thef kid-

iler that thn e
W nWs ma per-
fomI their duties
properly, cre
dW uld be taken
to keep 1m in
soum4 heakhycom
ditfon. If you are

Liver and


aed you will never
rereet it.

Hannah Bros.

wherein does ft peat your tow
console your people to asuall a slst
"President Commercial Club
Mayor Bltss, whn seen by a Jou
na; representative yesterday, acknoi
pledged that h6 laadvertantly made
mistake in the above figures, and h
gave out the following open letter:
The Mayfe 'Corestion.
lftor Penasola Journal:
My attention has been called to
mistake that I made la my figures r
gardtag the death rate In Mobile.
in some way the memorandum th4
I had of tae deaths got mixed up an
I added ftam VMth for eoalored p
pie to the total of 23, making 3
deaths. I 9Ma o ex mination thi
tre 23 was the total number :
deaths for the week iasteao of 38 an
I cheerfully make the correction, as
have no desire to make the record a
Pear worse than It is.
Very Rspectfully.
otevoes af Iumler.
When William rest Heley wa
editing Ludo be hiMd as oe on hi
taff of wrtme whom be valued a
I highly as the young B ett, thea
known and poor, who wrote for Lo
don the brilliant series a ofstories tha
are now called 'The New Arabiai
Mr. Healey used t like to talk o
Loadoi a&d of hist friend Robert Lout
Stevensoe. He used to like to quot
Stevensoon' whimoal sayenga. H
said ne day:
"Lewis and I (he always called St
venson Lewis) sat donw me night t(
play the Amercan game of poker. Th
lack frem the tart was with mae
won pot after pot. Laws was lu ty
In any deal be at pair o tray.
"Disgustwted at bAt witht turn th4
cards had taken he threw up htis armi
and apotrophi fortune t thil
quaint way:
'Fortune, you Ackle wemth, It i
true that you can make me lose, bui
you can never mak me pay"*

the sey eof a eUoL
In his "Dmling stores of the Six
teenth Century" Brantome, a French
writer, say. trat two PFeebh captains
though old frteno, fell out sad thought
One of them was disabled. *The oth
er. being untouched. observed: "There,
that's enough tor old friends Ike -us
You'd better go and attend to your
wounds.' To tis the vanquished one
replied: 'Well, you mMht as well do a
itt more for me. Jut pretend to be
wounded and wear your arm In a sling
for a day or two, so that I needn't be
considered disgraced nor any quesMto
of that cme up whab they want to
receelle us-that is, if I msurive.' And
the victorious friend amwed .ame of
the other's blood onehis arm and went
about saying that was w o ad, but
It was a mere mhl, and he only
isahed his tried were the same. The
latter recovered with some dfleulty,
and they were afterward as good
frileas as before."

That Is what a loving but smantomes
cynical New York mother is asklg.
"We have at lt complete te Oduca.
tUon of our sa0 a"d her." she says.
"He has beon pw datd with ssdlent
honors from olle-. HBe has been set
abroad for Auish, culture d experi-
ewce, A new that he home again
we are start 82 h 1"WneI it .
He has beg ln 4m wawewu oea*ae d
may be gahftg mioek exparince sad
laying a sound t. foundation,
but as fur MsI mcam a t he epends
the greater part of his time la hiegt
postage stamps -tr a plittamee a week.
While the th ide St fhe ~uily is de4g
$hi we are paying or ef $l00
met sad enlmes, am e I ak,
Does educatIon pay rT"- New s


pany $10.00 chemical company. Nashville--$5,000 planing mill. others were shown, and Whelden testi-
Edina-$10,000 electric company. Clarksville Tobacco warehouse fled that they were all practically the
Kansas Citi--20,000 heating corn. company. same. Asked with reference to Van
r pany; $1,000,000 cotton mill; $10,000 Yayettevllle-Power plant. Riper, Whelden sali:
& clock and safe company; $00,000 lum. McLemoresville-Cottoa gin. "All that I know about him is that
ber company. Texas. I heard he had trouble with the police
North Carolina. Conroe-Brick works; electric light four or five years before I started to
Jonesboro--50,000 building and nm- plant; planing mill. work for Stansell." 0
provement company. Brackett-Ice factory.
High Point-$15.000 tfurnture fao Floresville-$10,000 water works. Life In New York.
tory; machine works. Santa Anna--25,000 cater and gas The New York Times says: The
Dallas--Lumber company. company. v.-hirlgig of life in Gotham is so rapid
Charlotte-$-400,000 cotton mill. Tyler-(60,000 transportation corn- that it seems impossible to check the
Salisbury-420,000 granite company. pany. pace. One most go with the crowd or
New'Bern-Hardware company. Beaumont-$15.000 ol! company. be trampled on. To show just how
SMarion-42.000 lumber company. 6ort Worth-$20,000 lumber com. people and things keep on the go the
Brevard-Electric light plant pany. Tribune summarizes the daily round
Fayetteville--4400,000 cottem mill. Hughes Springs--Saw mill. it, these short lines:
Joplin-Two $50,000 minin corn- Menardville-$15,000 tin and i-e Every 40 seconds an Immigrant ar
panies. factory. rives,
Oklahoma. Virginia. dEvery I minutes some one is arrest-
Oklahoma City-(5M0.000 furnaoe Chester-Grist mill. ed.
company; $125,000 development con- Lynchburg-$25,000 drug and paint Every 6 minutes a child is born.
panT: $100,000 realty and financial manufacturing company; $50,000 wag- Every 7 minutes there is a funeral
company; $100,000 m**f**ftuTing on company. Every 13 minutes a couple gets mar-
c_ o-a Fairwood-4300,000 lumber comr- tried.
pany. Eevery 42 minutes a new business -
Roanok410,000 stone and lime firm starts up.
company. iEvery 48 anutes a building catches
Tasso-$75,000 lumber company. fire.
Pound-Iron and woodaworxing Every 48 minutes a ship leaves the
aural Bracer plant harbor.
Norton-$15,000 laundry. Every 51 minutes a new building is
West Virginia. erected.
Huntington-Steel car works. Every 1% hours some one is kiledl
SWheeling-$25,000 chemical works. by accident.
Durbin-(10.000 lumber company. wrery T hors soe one callss in be
Morganton-$25O,000 coal, oil and iness.
FOOD CO Itt gas company. Every b surt attempt to kfll
New Martinavnlle-- ,000 develop- eome ne is mame.
Bs taT m i ---it "- ! meat company. vciry 8% boOr some coMele is dl-
i--A Buchannon-Development company. vyreed.
_tMbii tilMg_. Keyser-45,000 canning factory. Every 10 bow s s mwone eomnats
Charlestoen-5,00 000 mining com. suicide.
ply. Every 2 days some one Is murdered.

How to Judge

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r.nn.? o f mIr NDUCEfD TO RUN AGAIN.
FON WEEK ivS% tkA'
Washington, Sept. 28.-Representa-
thre Maynard of Virginia, who was in
the city today, does not believe It re-
Squires and great stretch of the imag-
@SwUM It U* cawizm8mee nation to believe that Roosevalt will
Wu iI be nominated again In 1908.
LU ad A Hev InMVMt "-I mean, of course, by the republi-!
can party," explained Mr. Maynard.
ia r i d ..e.. "though the fact that the Parsident Is
ra Gr0ip I.M etmS.-e s today standing upon a good sized partly
tuL a am eas emooea o1 oserboek. of the timber in the democratic plat-
S. SterungRemedy Co., Chla owr N.Y. 9g0 form and is in many respects a pret-
Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 2.-A JUU I ||, TH UIJ1 M ty good democrat. Everybody knows
mhaint company capitalized at 46,000.- that the Presikent was not the choice
MC, launched in Charleston, W. Va.; a P- f his party at thlq convention
mining company at Shawnee. Oklaho 1 lastyear. Undoubtedly the politicians
ma, with capital of $1000,000; a steel Y A L were against him and wereonly
rail mill projected in Birmingham. -forced into line by fear of their own
Ala., with $1,275.000 capital: a Tna- Under New Management. undoing. He whipped them over to
Celery company In St. Louis, with A delightful resort immune from his side and It is greatly to be hoped
$1.0",000 capitalization, and a cotton: fever, offers to refugees elegant ac- that he will force them to enact cer-
nill in St. Louis based on 11,000,000: commodatlons and board at $25 per tain legislation of a. c'?mocratlc char-!
capital, are among the leading new month, $7.60 per week. Everything acter being advocated by him. I be-;
Industries established in the southern first-class. lieve th: democratic party will stand
states for the week ending yesterday, an excellent chance of winning in 19089
as reported by The Traoesman. The, provided Roosevelt himself is not thea
list herewith presented is compiled Goldstucker Bros. candidate.
from reports sent In by Tradesman cor-. "Taft would probably be the strong-
respondents, and tells the story of NEW HACK EXCHANGE cst candidate outsiae of Rosevelt;
southern ltdustrial progress In a most Root is a trust attorney; Shaw a poll-,
eloquent and convincing manner. It All first-class rubber-tired vehie!cs tician. With any one of the three up
will be observed that in a number of and gentle horses. Phone 814. the G. O.,P. would by no means have
instances the amount of capitalization a walk-over. Three years is a long
Involved is not stated, but from the, ______i__ .____ time, and it is not beyond the range of
nature of the new industries given ain possibilities to say that hooseveltJ
this Mst it can be safely conjectured would accept a renomination should;
that the record of the week is one o he find that the ideas he advocate
greet and significant activity. In thl will become dead letters in the hands
lines of manufacturing from all native of some other nominee of the party.
products of mine, field and forest Crestvl3w, Sept 28.-News is scarce! I he is sincere and fails to get the
there is a marked increase, and the' these days since quarantine is so legislation he is advocating why
fall campaign is one of aggression ar.n rigidly enforced. sh .a1d he not go before the people in
enthusiasm. iFrom the cotton states! Mr. Weather representing Clutter ;19,i -,nd say to them, 'If you indorse
It will be especially noted that there Music House has been in town the the course I have adopted, put up
are reports of quite heavy lnves Past few days and has succeeded in candidates for Oongress who will vote
f ments in mills which are to manutac- sealing several pianos and organs ,s you want them to, ann' as I want
ture textiles of various kinds. LuIm- here. them to.' What will the railroad peo-
ber mills are also active: The rary dry weather was broken ple and thq stand-patters say to that?"
Alabama. yesterday by an all day rain which
or Mobile--5,000 land company. still continues.
er Selma--420,000 fertilizer factory. Mr. W. A- Knapp of Greenwood is NOW A PAUPER IS
Athens-Orlt mill; saw mill and working as assistant to Mr. Neel in
gin projectedd.) aah the Deput now. p i w a
." Bessemer-Foundry and machine: Mr. Waeks of Brookvllle who has fORMILR R LO IDIA.H
ir- op. been sick for the past five weeks at
W' Birmingham-415,000 oil and fert- the IPowell House is slowly Improving
a -ser com .ny $1,275,000 steel r and will soon be able to go hQme. The Jacksonville Times-Union says:
e mil (projected.) Mr. Alex Wilkinson of Lockhart i -Charles W. Stansell, the man who at
Arkanas.. visiting his brother for a few days. one time figured prominently in Jack-
Paris-4,000 coal comay ,10. Mr. Settles hee been improving his sonville's muniClpal circles, aad whose
0Per- mn ,g coaln coy. pay; $10,- place by adding a wire fence for his career here was Cat short by a street
a Rector-umber com .any; $18,000 Nara which adds greatly to the looks; duel with pistols With A. M. Williua- W
Slumber company; han. of the south side. sen, is fguring in a bankruptcy pro- T
op an r umer company; han Clark Brs. have their tent utip and ceing in New York as the ioilowing
at Neweastle-Telephone company have been doing a good business ~I fom the New York Herald wild show:
d Mwaue-240e000 lone company the photograph line. "'Broke and sleeping on park
co a---40,000 slate ad nn A new hotel .haeeen opened and benches," was the description given 1
Company. lorida.Do Powell now catering to th' by George W. Weidoa, a bckkeeper,
at Hampton-Grist mill traveling public. All available i-oom; o the present condi-tron of Cnarles W.
of Miami-Son works. Is taken in all the hotels and boardli, Stanseil. head of the nrm of Stansel.
d Walo-So r factor. houses, since a lay over is necessary :& Co., of the Coneolitaaed ixcnange,
I lo-$2,000 cigar factory. to make Florala. in an examination before Mr. Town-
Bowman--rquirrel hunting is the order of the send, referee in the bankruptcy pro-
Atl Bowanta---4rs10,000 cotton picker co-ll. a and some ot the boys have been c edings against Stanseil & Co., and
an;ta-e f10,000 cotton picker ory quite successful, while others return Iouis C. Van Riper at No. 45 Ceu@u
ny; Ocilla-ce falectric light y. l, ifter stay out with long Street yesterday.
r. cianna-Fertric light pator faces and claim there is no game in Mr. Whelden had been asked if he
Indian Territory. this country. It's all in knowing how knew Stansell's whereabouts. He r-
indian Telrptory.'boys. plied that he did not and thea he said
S Ma Asviile--Tleephone system, he supposed he was in the condition
Sand loan company. REMOVAL NOTICE. described. r
Da v ,0 o water works. Mrs. Ed Rowe, Dressmakng, has While I have no particular reason F
PaulValley-Brick and tile works removed from 49 B. Chase St. to 117 to esteem Mr. itansell," he said in re-
- igPaur ValleyBc nd tile wors; E. Intendencia St. 28septlat* spouse to the questions of George Ed-
t cKet ukry. K ward .Joseph, who conducted the ex-
iga fTor. Kentucky. ,amloation on behalf of the trustee in
Louisville--15,000 coal and coke company. bankruptcy, "I feel very sorry for him
f company. Blackwell--$8,000 creamery, in hie misfortunes. The last I saw ot
f Paduca-Hosiery mill. Charley-$250,000 sheet metal corn- him was an accidental meeting in the
s Ptkeville-$50,000 electric light pany; $250,000 mining and milling street in Philadelpma."
* plant; water works. company. As a result of the disclosures made
e Itty--Z0.000 oil and gas company. Duke-$5,000 cottno gin. at the hearing yesterday, Mr. Joseph
Coraettsville $15,000 telephone Hammon-Cotton gin. intends to ask for a warrant for the ar s
- om)panUy. Shawnee-$1,000,000 minlag comn- rest of Stansell on the ground' that he
o Bentley--$0,000 lumber company. pany. is purposely keeping out of the way to
S Regtna-$30,000 spoke factory. South Carolina. av-old being served with a subpoena
S Virgie- $40,000 light and power Johnston-Warehouae and storage Among the disclosunres yesterday
Plant, company, came out the admission by Whnlden
Louisiaa. Spartanburg-$125,O00 cotton mil; that ftanusell had been in business
Hammond-Planting and manufac* $200,000 cotton mill. with Lewis C. Van Riper before start
Staring company. Lumber-Lumber company, ing up under the name of Stansell &
s New Orleans-$100,000 anad and Bamburg--$40,000 gin and milling Co. It was also shown that a mystery -
* gravel company, company. ous account was kept in the name of
MIssiNsippi. Winnsboro-$25,000 warehouse corn-m one F. Davis and that no one knew
s Belsoni-410,000 construction comrn- pany. who F. Davis was; that the credit
t puny. Rock Hill-Ice factory, side.of the account ran up as high as
Silver Creek-420,000 lee factory* Darlington-$25,000 telephone comrn- $156,000, but nothing was shown on
McOomb--30,000 land company, pany. the debit side.
Miseuri. Tennessee. 'Is it not a fact that this Davis ac-
St. Loule-415,000 building and in- Trezevant-Saw mill. count was a fake account?" Mr.
. vestment company: $10,000 clothing Memphis-$200,000 brewery; $10,- Joseph asked of Whelden.
Factory; $10,000 distillery: $1,000,000 000 dental supplies factory. "Well, it amounted to that," said
machinery company; $50,000 Invest- Chattanooga-$10,000 coietraction Whelden.
Sent company; medicine factory, company. Signatures of accounts kept in the @
* Springfleld-$20,000 lumber cor- Dover-Electric light plant, names of Davis. Frank C. Torres and 9

Accounts of banks, Individuals, Corporstlons, and Firms 0Slleed,
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.

'M H. KNOWLZS, President.
HOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.

W K HYFR. JR.. V.-Pres. and Casi-r
W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier.

First National Bank

of ?eusacola, Fla,

XRECTORS F. C. Bret, W. A. Blount. Wrmn. Knowles,
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brnt.

foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sl .

We draw our own Bills Of Ex-
change on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, France, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spaln, Belgium, Russia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countries.

Vessels disbursed upon the meet
Favorable Terms, and their oblk
gptions taken paypple at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Vo>
eel Arrives there.

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

wlngs Dpar t-Intre PANn- *M0e b at
rWat Of 4 per cmit per nMMm.
I li l i I ll"mo m

L. BILTON GRE OB.K, PaMan. T. 1KLLAS,. Vis -P aumas
Citizens National Bank,
of Peasao a, florid&.
Geo.W Wrht.n Morris eAr. T. IL Wtees

Ravens.,.1. KIlto. GI

J. S. RUNSE Presidet. E. W. MUNEFEE, Cashier.
R. M. CARTY, Vice-President.
Directors-L. J. Reeves, 4J. Reoe W. DeC. Kesler. R. M. Car%
W. A. W'AlSmbrtof t. A. Jonnings.

and 3eA &U saier as
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite A
and Blacklmith COAL
Ofce--No. j Sotuth Platafx street. Telephone, $3.
Tao e sarrag-ema Gepsales treet. Pomoe. 6.

-- h. .m.^-z..... .... T--I I I Illl I i I

It will pay ye to i state our prkes before buying yur
Hardware, mbh, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We an ao ohnt, Oils, Brick Lime uM Coneat.
We Maw y mm" y on vrythiag


Saunde..r. Mill Company
ffice 2 E0 GCaden Street. Phone 717.
Factory North Plaox Street. Phone 1130.


Ph.. 100.

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fh dm ano.&gede

1 yThe great majority of beers possess a mouldy
or musty flavor, which leaves a most disagree-
able twang in the mouth of the drinker.
This is due solely to lack of cleanliness. many
brewers being indifferent to this virtue. Ia
brewing the famous

A. B. C. Beers
(The O by eer bottled excahvdly a the rewey)
the most scrupulous cleanliness is exercised over all
vessels, pipes or any object with whi'-h the beer
comes in contact, and every precaution that will coa-
duce to sanitary purity is employed.
The America Brewian Co., St. Loais,. U. L A.
S. 60LDMlN6, Wkiesa DOaWr, Psacl, L

No. 3603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C W. LAMAR, V.keraesident. JNO, PFEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Henry L. Oovlngtoa,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Ounwody,
Trank elilly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGonrin,
F'. V. B"awaer,
C. W. Limar,
J. R. Saunders,


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S. Poahee.
A. M. Avery,
W. Hi. Milton, Jr.
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawtaon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Oerti:a,
Alex McOowin,
C. M. Covingtoo.




tI L A13AM 0111111 2 La
Removed plal to Jurnal. Special to The Journal.
Sm. One .Manufacturing Company has been lay Murphy's Mill Tuesday was enjoyed
md T aT--lWeSS Secy i. V iugidle since Satunrday. Part of the by all who attended as the day was
__press Is broke and pieces had to be pleasant and the fishermen caught
Sa ordered. This damaged trade very plenty offish. The party consist of
SBMAM YA TOS LULLABY.CDmuch in our city. Mr. D. D. Hoyt and family; Mr. D.
AMMYS LULLABY. nes, and Christian fortitude inspired I A The mornings are beginning to turn i Johnson ana' daughters; Mr. John
l malh l pigeon. don you' heah in her family a most eLthusiastic de-i THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. cool h are, and for the sake of Penmsa- Diamond and family; Misses Bessie
yo" mnmmf. coo? vcci.m to her, and in her friends and cola we hope for early frost. and Mable Johnson of Brents; Mr. G.
et n dwe'; nehbors a loving regard. utol the oly harle p Mr. Chub Williams of Chipley was A. Hoyt and son Ralph; Mrs. W. H.
t tam i'l a-sohinjt in d a w e .' neighbors aMloving regard. tIio that drplet ly 9bliteratos AL '.
y am lll o windehs an del On June 22, 1832. Mrs. Sulivant was f bi mbitsheotre eTore wory, I here Monday employing laborers for; Cullpepper, of Meridian. Miss; Mrs. F.
S ;tah, m-n pe.'p!ut' froo- born in Bedford, 0., where she lived ne-and expneure. After a few apptoe- the railroad from Chipley to St. An-! E. Hoyt; Miss Escambia Jones, an4
b'ryt'ing but mammy's lamb at until her marriage. In 1854. when stouofr mutto!t&.atyof youth re.rnsm drews. Mr. W. F. Hoyt.
re. Qi'e a young girl. she r,ited with te ring the sn soft. cr and velvety. Mr. Fred G. Wiselogel, of Indlanapo- Mr. James Tate and family of Pow-
S wing 'im in d:- Eass'lan.' .Chrisian or Canipbellite church. notawrinkle or blemish remains. Beant- lit is visiting his brother L. WiselogelI elton are spending a few days on the
SSwing int .od Souf- whose founder Mr. Alexander Camp- emit and E rt Mr. F. G. Wiselogel has been in Jack-' Beach this week.
-e do dove a-4,n'r' wit a olive in bell was a warm and personal friend ha, mad^faded. bito ctb autiful lidt--. sonville arranging to establish one of Mrs. C. F. Parazine and little son
'is nm.uf of hr family. Sh was educated at aq youthful at forty andl rty as they were the garbag consuming plants which are getting along nicely.
SAnge; hahp a-hunimin.' Pia.ant Hill Seinmary. Va. ondefuluit. Bnt o he patented. T. A. Godwin an family f
atablen to b ty,[ P essabolnawi l bhth aveteeh p ncam i ng
Angei haj.ios strinintrn -- In Octobtr, 1854 she was marrie.l worst -**ss of BR'WN. LIVS *I,)Ti. Mr. Geo. W. Home is able to be up Pensacola, who have been camping
L 3p, mah ii'l pige~n. yo mammy s ,', U., the son of the 1ione,: founder of TING- and all DISFIGURING tU Company "M" held its regular drill low fever broke out in Pensacola left
that city and himself a man of grea; 7IONS. Prie .,u cents. EVERY BJX Tuesday night. The boys only need Monday for McDavid where they will
ICcket flddl-h scrap-' off de rozzum prominence in the state of Ohio, at For l byleading druggist r nt encouragement from the citizens to spend a few weeks.airin his
fm 'is bow. that time. direct to make them the best drilled company Mr. StevE Jones is repairing his
SWbippo will a-m'nin on a lawg; Mr. an, Mrs. Sullivant lived in C-. . R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO., in the state. Captain Andrews, ably house out here this week. *
SWoo. ez pale ez hit kin be a-risin' umlbus until 1861, when they removed Dept. St. Louis. assisted' by Lieutenants Horne and Mr. Joe Bryars's father, who has *
might slow-- 'c a vast estate in Illinois Peautio'a book .tntei t-. e upon request lBarnes, will shape the boys up. been sick for a long time, is som c
ftlhtled at de bahkiln' ob de dawg;< purchased by Mr. Suilivant soime William H. Milton tent of the Mac- .-orse today. J
Swing d baby Eas'way. nome y.'ars before. Mr. Slli- cabees met in regular session Monday Mr. John Johnson, Mr. Jodie Creigh-:
4 Owin de baby we-s' vant's gigantic operations there are I night, ton and Mr. D. Johnson, of Brent, *
0Wtaig 'im to'ds
A melon grow de bes" of1 tat stale to be entirely forgotten a ( rVPPr (Claude) Davis were repairing the ma- We are sorry to see so many new
Angel sin rs singing even x et. though thirty years have in LNEW H ACK AL NUE,, cblnerv of the Marianna Lumber cor- cases of yellow fever as we are all
SAael b(ll.s :-r;nging.' 'er%('ned. portion recently. getting anxious to go to Pensacola
4lOep, mah lii' pigeon. don you' h--ahs In an article written in 1873-4. giv- and gentle horses. hone 814.les The county commissioners will open once more.
vo*ammy coo? IIng an account of Mr. Sull-antfs, All first-class rubber-tired vehicles D tr e
o amm coo ng an account of Mr. Sullivan's the sealed bids for the new $45,000
work there, the following referen e -- court house Monday. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar 0
S lds des a-droopin' li'l loweh all de is made to Mrs. Sullivant, then aU "You seae how it is, we are such Mr. H. M. Stephens is out collecting Foley & Co., Chicago, originate(! *
lile I "ne and bomuiful woman: a faulty lot all around, and we know back taxes this week. Honey and Tar as a throat and iun
Uadch lip a-saggin' des a mite; "She osst-es great < n rgy of char- it so well that there is no chance for Cotton is going at $9.87 1-2 and remedy, and on account of the great I
"t baby te-'ties showing' so't a lak aac',r. and, that slie is a woman of i:l-feeling or quarreling." $10.00 per hundred here this morning merit and popularity of Folcy's Hon- I
Srmille. min-r than ordinary capacity and clen'r And the rich man. after thinking a at 8:30 o'clock. y and Tar many Imitations are of
. White dan dc snow, or des es vision in "affairs is evidenced by th", moment, slowly said. "I see it all. It Captain Andrews will see what his feared for the genuine. These worth-
whire. If:c; that she, is the trut-ed adviser, would be very different at our house. company can do at target range to- ess imitations have similar sounding
Swing 'im tods No'flrn,' anm. cr.fldenfial counselor of her hus- I would toun on the main' with, 'Stupid, morrow afterncon. averal of the names. Beware of them. The gen.
Swing 'i*im 'o'ds d. as- land iu h:. large, e operations the:'. what are you up to now? You've only boys marn good scores at St. Augus- tline Foleya Honey and Tar is in a
krnely cloud a-comin' fo' t' wrap '1m anu in case of his de-t:'i, no one i. "*wo feet- can't you look out for that tine while in camp there last year. yellow package. Ask for it and re
in 'is fle&-', mo:, likely TO carry them into sue number. or are they so big they are 'Sugar cane is coming in and t. fuse any substitute. It is the bes
Angel ban" a-p:ayin'- cesful cor.ipletion.'" bound to hit every object in the room? young folks will soon be having good: remedy for coughs and colds. W. A
Whir dat mu .:r Beep. mnh li'i pigeon, don you' h-?ah death, two daughters and a son, Mr... and get a maid of more delicate build.' ing.
yo' n'amniy co,? :John S. Beard and Mi--s Fanny Suhi- and the maid sullenly mutters, 'A Mr. H. Farrior is studying law under The Land of Twins.
Te Bee Hive of the Maccabees. ant of Pensaco;a. ind Mr. M. L. lazy man has no business to spread Mr. M. Gayton Jr. Mr. Gayton Is com- Scotland is the land of twins and
#* Stilivant, of Kansas City. Mo. himself all over the room and get in petent to teach and we hope Harry triplets, holding a long lead over her
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Day are the Her remains will be taken eventual- busy people's way.' I guess you are will be as great an honor to old Jack sister countries in this matter. In
moud part-n-s of a fine boy born. ly. o Columb!us. 0.. and placed besiae right. we are all too good-or at least son as some of her other sons who twelve months no fewer than 1,625
'ursday morning. bhe' hu.baud who died in 1S79. But, wk. think we are." have entered the profession, mothers gave birth to twins, and twen-
4 for the present, owing to the rigid; In the application of this story 1 ty-five presented triplets. Scotland is
Miss Pauline Reese. who has spent quaraLtine regulations of Alabama. will follow the method' of an old col- One of nature's remedesm; cannot among the few countries In Europe
the summer at Monn.'agkl. Tenn., will ith. have been placed in a lovely and lege instructor of mine. When some 'iarm the weakest constitution; never where the proportion of male babies
liyve there Ockt ]. for Montgomery, lpeac-ful srxt near the shores of the, special bit of foolishness had been falls to cure summer complaints of is greater than of females. Striking
Ala, to spena' two or three weeks ba. she loved so well. Iprrpetrated, he would express his young or old. Dr. fowler's Extract of an average, It Is found that there are
With relatives. or untiltsechool opens. ---opinion of it very vigorously, then, Ild Strawberry. about 104 males to every 1dt females,
A. JAPANESE STORY. looking vaguely around the class-room, about 104 males to every 100 females.
Messrs. B. and H. S. Forbes and In a certain village were two famit but meanwhile pointing his fat finger but the surplus of grownup girls Is
t"eir wives of Pexwacola are located Les. one prosperous and rich the other i at the youth deemed guilty, would TO THE TRADE. nevertheless large, as so many men
't fhelby Springs. Ala.. until the yel- reretly getting along; yet the former!close with, "I don't mention any! On account of quarantine, we will travel south and apparently neglect to
DoW fever is ov:r. They will have a was famous in the village for its un-;i.ames; I put the shoe there." And I,'not undertake to establish a branch take the precaution to obtain return
t-rnished cottage at the Springs. and Iarppiness and the latter was equally !it turn, point my finger at half the house in Pensacola until same is re- tickets to the land of cakes. There Is
take their meals a:ithe hotel. r -rmwned for its peaceableness and people I know, myself included, anu' evoked. We will make all oil and yet another Interesting fact about
co intent. The happy family became, without mentioning any names, put grain shipments from Mobile, Ala. Scotland. It Is the land of hale old
Mrs. Ed Rowe is, now located at continually happier-to him that hath the shoe there.-H. S. V. Peak in Same will go forward promptly. Send age. Recent returns sho'r that dur-
8ft Anderson's, 117. East Intenalenciti shall be given; the unhappy family Christian Intelligence .r us your orders for high grade oils. 673 p died bet
$trat. 'became co; inually more unhappy- PURE OIL CO., ag one year 673 people died between *
Ifrom him thai ha'h not shali be taken Because they are the "BEST EVER 14seDtlm. J. F. Davis, Agt. the ages of ninety and a hundred.-
Mr. W. J. Fboryls iswith his familyia"way that which he se meth to have. MADE" Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va- London Answers.
B Atlanta. at the Majestic. | The man of wealth coula stand it nilla Extracts continue to grow in Low rates at Southera Hotel for
Sno longer. He went to his humbler; popularity. rooms and board. Gorky's Rebuke.
De Funlak Breez7: Mrs i. W(lf,'1-iend and asked him where he, Maxim Gorky went to the theater
ad daughter. Flrencie left Monday thought the trouble lay. at Moscow one evening to see a playing
t for P acola have land enough, and house t Moscow one evening to see a play
ht oreesa ha l neenoughandou The Journal's D aily Fashion Feature by a popular writer. Instead of pay-
enough, enough, yet we; D ys. Ilng attention to the stage the entire A
The many friends of Miss Ellie Shut- ,are- always quarreling an,' unhappy.' ng atten e ro se and greeted Gorky with A
dieworib are anxiously inquiring for You have nothing like the means for audience rose and greeted Gorky with
ews of her and a!l unite in the hope comfort and enjoyment that I have. prodigious acclamation. Then he de- Go
s(ad beef that rthe lovely Nioung girl and yet your people are affection t, slivered this address: "What on earth T
will pass the crisis : :.nd 'e., on (he and contented." are you staring at me for? I am not An
toad to recovery within the n-mxt few The poor man replied thoughtfully. a dancing girl nor the Venus of Milo T
hours. ."Perhaps it is because you are ail nor a drunkard just picked out of the 'Ti
such good people at your house." river. I write stories. They have the N
Relatives of M:. Cl les Price ro- The rich man objected that if they luck to please you, and I am glad of 'Ti:
cetved the sad ar-ror:noement yester- 'wv(et all go,,dl p,,eople. certainly the it. But that is no reason why you M
day that Mr. Pri',e ad passed away ou*t to be liappy together. should keep on staring. We have come I
In the morning ; a- tlr home in Sal-' But the poor man would not re- houd kee o aring o In.
tsbury. N. C. Mr- Prico's brotherand 'cedf. "'No. you are all good at your here to see a charming play. Be good I
atster. Mr. and M;-s Roberts. of thlisi't'us. Now. a: my house it is differ- enough to attend to that and leave me Til
City have lh-cn .Ih ,hcr for several, ct. We are za very taultv lot, ana alone." More delighted than over the __
weeks. we a: know it. To illustrate, suppose audience shouted with joy. Perhaps
1i am sitting on the rug by 1th brazier. they thought they would get another
SMRS. FANtNY W. SULLIVANT anfd the maid passing there kick s speech, but Gorky umped out of his
OHIO, 1832-FLA. 1906. ,r tr'my teacup. spilling the tea over seat and left the theater :n disgust
Mrs. Fanny Wilti Sullivant. who "'h mats. I immediately break out "1
*et Saturday nsrning.,SepTfember 23. with. 'Excuse me, excuse me. Ver the
of acute gastritis ater an illness of s'tttpid of me. No business to havc a' LAUNDRY NOTICE. dis
but four day's. was the another of Mr- teacup out in the middle of the room' Owing to the scarcity or collections ed
John S. Beard with whom she had iiv- for people to stumble over. Serves and the absence of Mr. Walker Ing- riv,
, ed or somu. tin, She .had tben a mn:e right.' raham from the city, it is necessary to Cui
sident of PentIKo'a fot the past "But the maid will not have it that 1li place the business on a cash basis. dia
fourteen vyet;'rt. rniooving here fr.'" a~v. She drops dwn. wipes up the Monthly customers are hereby noti- giv
fllh i i. 1 o" t,'n wi'th hz'r handkerchie. f t" .-',h fAl thot mnno' nem t ba l ft h m

She had lt',eet a great sufferer f or
the pa~t five .'ears from -; :njury ,u -
O lned front :: fa: and as ;z :, i', ,'a
been confin. ; whoe, 'chair t r
obce. Her pa ter and geinle gouol-

-- 42 *- I 'J k 1 J- .ll an4 all w, a
namingg face cries. 'Ob. master, what
a blunderbuss I am! Always stumbil-
inc and making trouble ;I will only
',r e( me r.,'h' if you ourn me off
without a word one of thesc days.'


L W. LWAWRECE. Pfwpeefss.

W.,U S I .maMa S.S. PSMaMIA. VFa4

Don't Let

Yellow Fever

Get the Best of You,
but get the best of it. Supply yo'irself with
.mCpI fumigation necessities, such as

Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,

or with necessary preventatives,

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.


PHONE 1100


A very simple but none the less' and the plastron runs from shoulder
st lish co'tuume for a young miss is to waist., tapering as it descends in a;
sou e' most becoming manner. The sleeve
opta. direct iron a Parisian source. is a particularly good design, with,
What is usua'iy know as the awk-, its boned puff on top and the lower,
ward ace to dress-that from 12 to! part fitted and assuming mousyuetaire
1.. when the immature figure of the! lines. The skirt is disposed in seven
school girl make' it difficult to adopt gores, shirred at the band, and shows ;
currenr.t fash(t us to her need-is well three tiny ruffles of the doubled bias!
and sensibly provided for in this de.- mhair ,each headed with a Jacque-.
sign. There is a well-feather-boned minot red velvet ribbon (the same is
and fitted lining, over which the bodice used to adorn the plastron) and epac-'
oif crushed raspberry mohair is ar- ed from knee to ankle. The skirt is!
ranged in lu. 'iwise plats. Over barely ankle length, and is short;
tt ;i is a plastron, edged with a tint enough to display the smart shirny
ruffle of mohair, bias and doubledi black shoes, with their stylish ribbl.n!
rather than hemmed. The centre tsi lacings tied in a broad bow on their
cut out to admit a chemisette oat lace, instep. I

neJ ntlmo. ney nMJ AaImoe U at. n, nIoI- t ord
to pay delivery man, or package will had
be brought back to laundry office. Ma
5sept 1w By H. J. Mackey. thr
The Boston Shoe Store will be clos- car
eu ~UltU~l i~'pu1LI t~i ot tit i ar

ed SaturIayt, SeptembeIr 3i1, until 6 p.
m on account of the Jewish Nev
Year. 29sept2t.
My store will be closed Saturday
until 5:30 p. m., on account of holiday.
Will be glad to have your order aft(:"
that hour.







Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S. Palafox. Phone 999




U .mm

Parlor Furniture.

We wish to call attention to our stock of Parlor Suites
and odd pieces for the parlor. Nonti' prettier has ever
been seen in Pensacola.

Our Fine Leather Rockers and Chairs

need to be seen to be appr.'itie i 1. I,!, v:Atlu, at 7T
to $40. Parlor Suiteo $ .' tin. i'. -' e : .11'o. I '<'*r-
nis-Martin finish, hand-painted. $9.t0,. $-., ain I $5.00.


108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148.




Pensacola, Fla.




IN MEMORIAM. *' Embracing the following subjects:
* I. Language and Literature--- four.
year course leading to the degree Lt
I L'acheiolr of Arts, Greek is not ro.
(In loving remembrance of our dar:!- qu:ired, but is ofrfero' as an elehtiv-
brother, G. Giardina.) I throughout the course.
precious one from us. has gone, thr. G general Science-Dical coui e;
A voice we loved is still, t
place is vacant in our home, Mathematical course: Natural Histe-y
Which never can be filled, course. No Gr-ek and only entran e
d in his wisdom has recalled Latin is required in All
The boon His love had given; four-year courses.
d though the 'body slumbers here, III. Agricultur--Four-Year and two.
The soul ts safe in Heaven. year courses.
s hard to break the tender cord! IV. Engineer:ng-Four-year course
When love has bound the heart. in Mechanical. Civil :n El EIectrIc&a
s hard, so hard to speak the words Engineering, also a twoaar course
Must we forever part? n Mechanics. No 1ratin orc Greek as
)earest loved one we have laid thee requiredd in III. cr IV. The ull eour-e
the peaceful grave'.i embrace, under 11., II1. aud IV. lead to the do.
But thy memory will be ch-rished gree of Bachelor of Science; the short
l we see thy heavenly face. en t urses to a Certificate of Proficienety.
From his two loving sisters, Mrs. F. i V. Parmacy--A 1 two -Yar course
Grego and Mrs. R. Correro0o ft obe begun in S september, 19,06.
Grego and Mrs. orVI. Normal-Three cou.'es for
Greenville, M ium. teachers: A one-year course leading to
FEEL IMPENDING DOOM. a certificate, A three-year cure lea4.
feel Impendingdoom Ing to an L I. Diploma; A four-year
'he feeling of impending doom in course leading to the degree-of Bache.
minds of many victims of Bright'eedd- or pf Pdagogy.
ease and diabetes has been chang- An ampl: corps of competent teach
to thankfulness by the benefit ae-ers. A high crrculum--xpenes in-
ed from taking Foley's Kidney including board, $120 to $10 per year,
re. It will cure incipient Bright's Fall term opens September 27, 1905
betes and even in the worst cases. Sena' for Catalogue.
es comfort and relief. Slight dis- ANDREW SLEDD, President
ers are cured in a few days. "I Lake City, Florida.
Diabetes in its worst form," writer
rion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I --- -- -*
d eight physicians vith relief. Only
ee bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure Pensacola
de me a well man." W. A
klemberte, Druggist and Apothe- Classical School.

- kmiatmalrb dim= az C

Preparatory School for

urNmInGu urI ne Boys and Girls.
* CLASSICAL SCHOOL "One of the very best secondary
schools in the South."-Prof. W<ag
t a meeting ofthe advisory board miller, Tuane University.
At a meeting of the advisory boardi The Sixth Anniual Session will 0&
of the Pensacola Classical School held gin October 2n 1905.
Sept. 25, 1905, it was found advisable to, The Pensacola Ciassleal School fu.-
postpone the opening of the coming nishes the elements of a sound ed,:
se-Fsion until more favorable condi- cation
S1ons prevail RIt offers every advantage for preps
H. OAY ARMSTRONG ration for the est colleges, unlverss.
Principal. ties and scientific s(bo',la in the coua.
X4 ltW* jl Itry.
STOL Its instructors are thoroughly equip.
TERSELY TOLDESS LOCAL. ped teachers in the lepartmenta go
SBUSINESS LOCAL..& work In which they lnIsruct.
The Dupils ref_:i,'ed are limited t4
-suth a number as will insure a care
ful supervi.Aion of the work of each.
Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish The individual is the unit of lnjtrua
estimates on building and painting tion.
and give personal attention to work. iStudent Labatories for students of
932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua scicuce.
streets, i A largo. well-,quipped gymnaslan
and a systematic course in physical
McKinzle Oerting & Co., wholesale culture insures a healthy growth ot
and retail ship chand.'ers and grocers,, the body to accompany aLd atrenmthes
the only first-class house of the kind; the mental developmentt.
in Pensacola. Fair ('sea to alL Why semi your son or daughter
away to college before properly pro
Why use inferior paper, when you I pared for college work, when every
can buy Kelso Bond, F-ench Dimity, advantage for learning and more per.
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V. sonal attention are offered here at
Thompson's, 30 S. Palafox. home?
For catalogue or further lnformatio
Low rates at Southern Hotel for H. CLAY ARMSTRONG,
rooms and board.Principa
I 909 N. Spring Street, Pelcoa
APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERYs Low rates at Southern Hotel ftj
DAY. i rooms and board.


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A Solemn Duy. \
SA solemn duty which we owe society, our children and our- *
selves is that nothing which can be done to assist nature
at that time when our wives are to become mothers
should be left undone. Of all the coun lesi- details to be
observed at such a time, nc single e one is of more
importance than the bodily welfare of the expectant
/ mother; she must not experience undue suffering
through any lack of effort on our part.

should be the recourse of all real men and women at st ch times; it is
easily obtainable, and it is a positive crime not to procure it. Its offices
are to relax the muscles and tissues intinmately associate:! in this greatest
of the Creator's phenomena, and Ly simple external ;ip;-, :*>;' .. result
is obtained which at the appointedtime permits the mother to jct .'ergo her
greatest joy with fortitude, and'bring into the world a chihl wor'hy of its
parents. $.0oo, all druggists. Our book Motherhood sent tree.
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The JournaPs Classified Cash Advertisements


M o dvrtwusmet taken forw fthanm be.

Spedel rates by the month.



7 room dwelling, west Garden, 3 lots,
. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . $1400.,
3 houses, renting $18.00 per month;
.. .. .. .. .. .... ...........$1 00.
3 houses (new) renting $21.00 per
4 room house, renting $7.00..$600.1
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.001
per month.. .. .. .. .. .. .....$750.
For Rent.

7 room house, 91b E. Strong.... $1-.50
5 room house. 413 Guillemard 10.00



We have customers for investment
properties in any part of the city


200 Theisen Bld'g



6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.0)0 IOR SALE.--Conic "*tegomyia" pos-
tal cards for sale at White's Re--
List your real estate with me for taurant. two for five cents. Outside,
ale. orders will not be lle unless cash
I and postage accompanes order. Or-j
Rents collected' and prompt returns der quick. 28sept.
made. FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred white ply-
LESLIE BROOKS mouth rock roosters, aso sonime eggs
f. or setting. Address Anna Carlin,
Sunny Bank Fruit and Poultry Farm,
204 8S. Palafox St., Fisher Building. i Esther. Fla. 28septlw*

__ FOxR sAL,.-Shingles and Wood fo.-
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'J
WANTED hALP WANTED For Sale. Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.
WANTED-1O0 cords o0 pine and oak'WANTED.-Par:ies in need of carpen- FOR SALE.-Household furniture FOR 6AL. -Sail boat for sale cheap;
iiood. Address or phone F. N. ter., please ring up phone No. 776, cheap. til5 East L*Rua St. 26sept. 18 ft. long; good condition. Apply to
Hcwei. Warrington, -1.1. 2ep1 w or apple. t. L. ,edenback, business Den Saccaro, at Sagari bath house.
A..N --).-rs'-class lumber book- agent, room 1. (,d Armory building. FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful 2,soptlw*
per and general office man open 27septrn I country home on Reservation; good
for position October 1st. Address WANTED-Good cook. Apply at 43 fishing; good garden; god water stnd FOR SALE- south ha'f block 211,
ookkeeper, ca~re Journal._ _~cept~w* Fast Gregory-. 23,sept~w* plenty wood. Will sell cheap for cash fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
Bookkeeper careJournl. cept Eor renast Gregory. 23ep2wt reasonable. Appl F. N. How. 137% feet on Bay Vierw Park; also
We want the public to remembherath WANTED-Hotel cook: colored boy to ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, Box south half of block 21 frnting 400
we are back at our old stand on cook in a small hotel good salary 3615sept.lm feet on 14th St., by 137operfeety adon Bay
View Park. The only p: operty adjoin-
Government street, and svling ro-y answer quick, for Chip'ey Hotel. Chip- Ba View Park that is now for
(cries and prod cheaper th meanu ley-. Fla 19sept. CIHCKEN WHIEAT produces *g. sale. The beautiful view down the
chber firm in Pensaool. We mean Makes fowls especially well favored bayou and down the by can never be
%hat we say. Geo. W. Pryor & Son. WANTBD.-All young persons wno The cheapest food to be o ba o u antruoted.down A V Cluban nev 30lyer be
24sept. are good stenographers or book- Me!len A Co.. Phone 84. loet
W TED ebod to know that keepers. that are seeking positions or FOR SALE-Secoad-hand cah regWa-
WANTED-Everybody to know that promotion. to register with us imme-, FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room ter in perfect condition. Will **I
I am prepared to furn'h them char- dierely. We can secure you good pos-1 house and 120 acres of good land cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can
coal in an quantity, a 1 will always ition. We are having more calls located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to- be seen at James MbHugh's. 22mca
have a car load on hand Will deliv-, daily than we can supp:.. It will co. t gether or separately. Terms reason- -Tair
tr any amount from 4 bushels up. you nothing to register with us. Meux'able. House may be rented temper- oR SAL-Tw ound par extra fine
Wagons on the streett datlt. W\he & Munro, Proprietors. The Mobile;arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of- oung mules, so one horand n Std
you want charcoal listen for the e Business College, No. 62-64 N. Royal fice. 3 sept. condition. Also one 2-horse Stune.
horn. Vueovich Coal Yard.eo. uc,- St.. Mobile, Ala. 15septmbaker ag S airfield 4une.
vich. Prop 1spot. i FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent GROW GINSENG. Large profits.
-- a .. WANTED.--Trustworthy man to man- for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and Room in ycur garden. Roots for sale.
WANTED.-We can accommodate a ge branch office and distributing de- Vault Fixtures of all descriptions Write today for literature. Bucking-
few guests a; an up-to-dat mount'. pot for large maufacturer. Salary 'n manufactured by Alpine Safe ani ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesvllle, O.
hotel; climate delightful and good wa. start with. $1500 rst year, and extra Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. 13aug3mos.
ter; moderate rates. Address F. D. commrss ions and expenses. Applicaut Communicate with me for prices and
Cunningham. Buena Vista, .V& must have good references and S1000 terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
15septlm* cash, capital secured. Experience un 'itt Moreno, Pensaoola, Fla. FO j R mNT
PLUTOI PLUTO! necessary. Address "Manufacturer.' 28june. Y-
Keep your system in good conditito 21 West Atwater St, Detroit, Mich.
Keep your syste near any disease. sept. FOR SAL,-Soda fountain, stock of FOR RENT.---ve room Cottage with
h ea a o-ofondl o da d .confectioneries and c'gars located bath and gas, 1107 E. Cervantes, two
Pluto, te great stomach ea for ANTED-The peop of Pensacola n Palatox street. Can be had at bar. blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. to cease worrying. Let The Journa gain if purchased at once. Apply Es. Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlm*
McHugh. Want Ads solve the problem for youi cambia Realty Co. 15aug.
ANTD.-To rent r buy proved They are expert detectives. and can FOR RENT.-12 room house, corner
WANTED.-To rent or h buy8ie ro, find the man you are looking for if FOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents Hayne and Wright streets. Apply
place not more than 8 miles h 15 tohe is included ia the 25,000 or 30,000 per hundred. Good for wrapping W. S. Garfield. 27aug.
or orthwest of Pesacola with people which makes the popularoa ot paper and to put under matting. AU
25 acre H o, land in cltivation. ensacola. clean and nice. Journal office. FOR RENT.-Smail farm 1 block out-
Ktie Htto l. oFla sepa-t WANTED -Ag eats in different oo sde city limits on county hard
KING & HUAL. contracting painters ties in Floria to handle Alpine Safe Do you value your health? If so, road. with six room house; wind mill;
and decorators. Fine varnishing and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proof use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" water pipes in yard and all through
and ftnihing. Sign painting a sp- Safes and Vault Fixtures of every and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
clauty. Residence phone 249. 29aug. description. Wrte me for terms. Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 4# M. McClellan, at First National Bank,
WANTED.-You to know that you can Scarritt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla., Flor. -- Pensacola. 26auglm
buy nice. clean old papers at yo ida State Alent. ,june. We have been with you in Pensaco.
bu icea since 1874, and still intend to stay FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner
ottce cheap. BAY HOTEL-Open naght and day, with you and serve you with the best Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
European plan. Rooms tight sad of groceries at lowest mar- W. S. Garfield. 12jul
DO YOU wsat to buy or seul clean. Trnsalent trade oUleted, 75. ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
A little swat ad will bring w d t 79 South Palat. los Nicolan. Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 FOR RENT.-Resiaence lately o>
mmltsa. The coest ttoo wlsiielU I*C( ^. cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. ill W.
to eely- PFOR SALE.-Completely furnished LaRua street Apply to R. M. Car ,
WATD.-Eeryboy to know that house, corner Gadsden St. and 7th 42 S. Palafox street June
ur BlenD. of Coffee may tobe knomitated avenue. Beautiful home. Must be
ut cBlent be equaled. New Orleans LOST sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut- FOR RENT-Twenty-room 'aouse, cor-
ut ca be equaled. NePr Orlean ter. 20septlw ner Barracks and Zarragossa street.
sorcery Co. Jas. McHug "op. !IX)ST.-Thursday afternoon, one im- Suitable for boarding house. Apply
a2 station alligator skin pocketbook FOR SAL -One lot of fine show to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 Past Zarra.
WANTED.-The public to know that con:a:nins .;evnr $5.00 bills: also num- cases, especially adapted for il- gossa 6mt
we are pioneer Cofte Roasztr:. uo. her of .si'ing cards with owner'. linery purposes or for drug store;
Yiorida. New Orleans Grocery Co., name. Liberal reward for return to also one lot of counters and fine Money to Loan.
.`s. McHugh. Prop aug20 H .ni'man B. WL.,e freizh' depot. French plate glass mirrors. E. L. M
-- -sep3' Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep
WANTEr.-The Merchants Transfer MReefeie -tShL oaa Snaoe
Co. wants your moving and bauling. LOT. STRAYED OR STOLEN--One FOR BALJt--At a aertSe lt ArMttter, y toa
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor., white bu trrier. Return to Jno. tor stock ad acc t Ca at N TO LOAN-In large or mall
se., Prop. Phone 97S. l8junclm. Whi, sre or 417 E. Gregory ann IM3.140 B. Intendencla. a MONEY TO eaNt-In large or small
,-k ik .rr 24sept. amounts on real estate, plain or en-
We want evernbody to know that we i..-s.lkr mbrel.a with s . FOR SALE-One Choice block on top dorsed notes. Prompt service. L. S.
are wholesale and reta.i grocer aan i1 .- a..k u. n brela with s ar line of te ridge east of th elctl Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building
til: a* the old stan :. New Oricans in ha )n bl r le railway, between 7th and 8th streets. 16sept.
Gro(ery Co, Jas. McHugh, Prdp. ,Thursday Reward for return to John Nature has favored ts section and t 1sept.
aug30. \ h:-c, ore o" 423 East Gregory :. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. MONET TO LEND--On good real es
.sep:8:. tate security, or on good collateral,
astloest urae.Lse3. ok,

WANTED--Tour eiec:-rc work of all
kinds. Let us c.ean your fans, re- LOST-Maltese Angora Ki'tPn near-
pair your dynamo, do Yo-r w1ir.g. etc. Iv grown Reward for return to Sit
Fbone .7n. Pe.sscc'a Electric Co., E laRua St. 19sep(
corner lutendenc.a and Baylen streets. ..
-. Board and Rooms.
V'ANTK and transfe-r
work Offce phone SC3. Residence A few boarders wanted at 318 W. Bel-'
rhone 2W0. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. mn22eplw*
Tarragoit. 2Smck _.on 2 w*
PARTIES who want to rn houe, IRO(-MS AND BOARD-Several large
eams or anything else for taat ro)mns for rent with or without board
matter wil find The Journal Want ir ;> on wa*,-r fro:.t, s. ,:a:e for
Ads a preat help light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret-
A D rer or Te Jora inr Fishcrvile. Phont 933.
WANTl --Onlers for The Jourarsi sep'.
special Pensaco'a and Panama Canal
EdMuon. which will shortly appear. -
Wl!l c-mtain bhf-tone pictures of city. uoatlonal
harbo- and special scene 15 cents.
.eaIve o-ders at Journal office. VANTED--My patrons to know tha
W :T -Sscho4..l will open i the ht ame
-- A .. . r iae as heretofore as sKin as the vel

and cotton seed meal sacks. Ouut of : .. ,- ....
town shipments solicited. Write us, w t v1.r .siration will permit. Miss
F. 6. Mellon Co. Ot arc &iAm l''" i 'de: 24sept.
A. R. BLNGHAM wants your roving -- -
and hauling. He guarantees all break-
Bge. Phone 680.
hold Article, Jeelry and any sale M. Jr. GONVALM CO., Props
able Article wanted. We pay cash MLanuteture G UN
for tL Address P 0. Box 3r City. CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
Buy your meal and stock feed from
THE RBNTAL BUSINESS is our tAie ome manufacturer, encouragiL.;
specialty and your busiaeus will nome industry, contribute to home
have careful atteatlom. D. Hale WU- labor, and leave yewr oer Ia yer
soa & C. city.

Keep your system in good condition
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto. Lhe great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.
FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year.
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of
Florida, No. 68,923. Also some fine
young pigs. 1 eix-montAs-old boar, all
registered and transferred. Carl Set-
terlind, Chipley, Fla. 1817y
FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
Apply to A. M. McMillan, Oourt House.
FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever-
or'er a barrel of slack lime to-day.
Phone 367. 4auglm
FOR SALE.-My residence on East
Hill, either including whole block
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
quarter block of five lots. Apply at
my office. Thiesen Building for furth-
er particulars. C. W. Hagerman.

GO TO TURTON for all susem msM
Cameras leaded and naloaded trme
Ot ch.rue He makes bet photo
aphs i te south. U3 years a leaIt
Wr. uJau
rOR SAi.jL-1--room hoome. er
lot. 3 blocks from Palatox, lot x
1192 on car dne. For partieujar ir of Standard Clothfl Ca
29 Jan.

at lowest rate. Leal Brooka
Fisher buildlnM. Aljau

50NNY ;A M an my andan
kla" meofpersonal Property. payable
sishly or nmOWthlT. Whmyou nso"
money. aft me. J. A. WUse-. 22% W.
GOVeiOUA W- BUV6 SasburY buildiad
fam 1. Sdeo

OW aemity is
nae Uewm%& Ga&

of 0go row ow

WONYT LOANED on ail kinds of per.
snal property on short notice
Terms eAi. J. W. DuBllard. upstairs
28% South Palafto St., Phone 1144
UNIAMrrED amoUnt of moser to le
- al kinds o personal prepOrty
special rates to business a*a on large
Ma-. TBe New Tork Loas Ca., 24
abhmnm's PawnNSMo.
402 &. PALAFOX ST.
Wat~es, aChains, Rla aad all Kinas
of aeatW oeertty at low v rate of
nteereet. Ba'ralm la *aredeone',


Walter S. Hooton,
General Dealer in

WHILE PROPERTY BiyclesNcyce Sndries


4 Lots on northwest corner of
Romana and "C" streets......$775
Northwest quarter of block 189,
West King tract..............$125

and Fittlngs

Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type
writers, Guns. Pistols. Locks and Urn.,
lrellaa repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives,
Most complete line f keys In ths

10 Lots in block 48. West King city.
tract ..*u Try Hooton's Messenger Service
tract ... .. .......... hen in a hurry to send messages.
11 Lots on car line in block 96, 12 EAST INTENENCIA ST.
.estn. .. ... ... 12 EAST INTEN.ENCIA ST.


Real Estate Agency

206 South Palafox Street,



AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Anti-
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need it at
this time of the year. On sale at al
, druggists, or at Lewis & Co, East
'Government street. Price, 0Sc.
I worked at this 14 years in Mobile
Aia. I will satisfy you in price ani
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244
FEast Gregory St., Pensacola.
REGULAR MAIL LIN3-Good eovaey.
ance for traveling public. Daily ser.
vice each way. From (hlpley to Bay.
head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley.
REAL 3iTATE In all parts of eity.
Too buy the gronad and we o w
build your houe on long time pay.
ments D. Hale Wilson & Co
TAILORING--&- L DlSaMd, TUoa .
Oent's clothing esea0ed. pree~ a-
zepaired on short notice. N&. 11
West Goverameat It., Pete maeek Il

CENTS per bead. we will ha:' omrt
dead horse, oowS et. Leave erde
at 116 at atesdene.I& Herr-ag
Bros. 8f
J. H. PORTBER, sallmaker, T.71 St
palatox street Orders taken for
tents, awnings, camp stools aad house
cots, etc. Prices reasonable. lijaa

Profe01ssMl Directory.

Room 406 Thlseen Building.

PHONE 659.

Attorney and Counsellorat Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practice.

Room 500 Thleeen 'ld. Phone 74

Fisher Building, 204, South Palatex
PHONE 525.


Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 8.

Attorneyand Counsellor at Law
401 Thlesen Building.

Offce at No. 7% & Palatox. Bloual
Offce HourB-8:30 to 11 a. ., aad
2 to 5 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
65-two rings. Ofice Phone (.L
Sundaye-Subtect to call


Metch.ts Transfer Io.
Thio. I. Tbor- r%. Pre.

FOUND-One pointer dog; owner can! BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
have same by proving property and -
paying expense Incurred. Apply PHONE 97L.
Wicke & Co. 22septlw- P. 0. COX, ST,.

PHONE 113.


There will be a meeting of thiA
body on the fir-t and third kedneai
days of each mouth at 7:30 p. a. All
delegates are requested to be pros
enL 2. W. ROBWITI.
W. L. DELAY, PresIdeaL
PensacoTa Lod.e No s. K. of P.
meets every Monday evening at 7:30
o'clock at tbIr CasMtlUe HaL. BlotuMt
Watson hnlldi g, corner Palafox and
Garden street& Vatnag brethrea eO
dially welcome 1.
J. H. BREW'If'W C. C.
H. HORBLc, L: o Rt. a R

t Rathboae cLge No
89 K. of P. meew every
4 The rwday eveatag at :00
o'oick it their Cstle
bha third oer. Blou8t.
Watsea build dag, math
wet owarner Pflail aad
Gardens treets Vuuittat haisght ae
eordi&Ul wr comed
a B. CBRUTI,. a
C. J. Levy. K X B & .
Knights of Clumb a.
Meeting of th.
n Kig hts of Columbus
are held at their hall
No. 8 Wet Intendeo
et e street. oh every
Monday evealag &
S:0 o'clock. Aa i.e
itati is tend
to visiting Kalghts.
EDM. FOX Grand Knight
Pensacola Ltdge Ne. 4 L 0. 0. P.
Pensaeola Ledge No. 4, L O. .
meets every ITrrsday eV g at 7:.3
at the new hala on West Grlt
street. Visittas rMhries edla'l-
invited. T. d. STINSON,
B. R WITKOVBKI, Secretary.
Naomi Lodce No, 10. Rebefkah Si
terms te vti ewr, Me da altgt a
I o'clock tI L O O. 0F. Be&L Vin
Citing sisters cordtally nvfted to '0.
present. MRS. 8. DeTHAY LR.
MISS MAMIE ?PI MA4. Secretary
M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets fSrm anC
third Wednesday eveaiag at 7:S0 p
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West late
deacLa Street.
J. L. SWEaNEY. Nee.

ULive Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W
meets In Pythian BaMt 1tt ad 8ri
Wednesday In each & emth. Vtin
sovereigns codially Ilt tted.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4.
Woodmeu Circle meets last Thursday
of each month at 3:30 p. m.. 3rd floor,
WtLtson building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets. Visltin7
sovereigns cordially invited. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,1


! tf16. hlifidl 00
Manufacturers of
andi Dealers in



California and Northwes

Chicago. Omaha. Sr 1.. 'li anJ
City is the

Union Pacific
and cj c w 11u.s2p~
Onc-xwa% e o,.v' -a' .-; *tfl .alk- from
S ep ti:!h ,r V a t) ,vr s 19 01
To Ca:ut~rn~a. i)t-igiw. Wa~lhlngtoa.
M om :' -ara, h. :&C
-Q ) e f A l Vj t n V~ l~ f O i .
nia an-i ;11, 1. & .'.. .,r I:
tcznl)er 28',h.
A i k t )r th r o li z ii r u t, fr ,n y o u ?
station ant! S"Citiera:iirt,, In-
formation fre-'i. ;ivon.
J. F. VA"N Rlb)NSSI,;jAWR.
General Agent.
113 Pechtr,'e St.. Atlainta. Oa
G. W. ELJY, 1'. P. A.

Pensacola, St. LAdrews and
Golf Stoammp b&
W. G. BARiIOW, Mastet.


And all points on St. Andrew
Carrabeole and Apalahihela.
Leave Pensacola tunda., 8:30
mt for Mobile, Ala.
SLeave Pensacola. T-uesda)y 8:3 I
a for St. Aaduews, M1:lhile, Ape.
lacnicola, Carrabelle and iaterewjdla
For additional Inft-matlon apply ,
J. R. SAUNDkitS,
I. R. COBB. Premdem
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Alt
Pensaco!a. 'Ia.

L. A N E. & T. H. and C.. LL
2 vealbom Tir-ek CnilW -(> A0
oMnie CA savi ,e A LL RSA& as nUwS
.L .LMAUUl IP.A.. LL3 m IesL.AIL
*VUA ""

Swg* F id ia m abai Railway 6.

Carrabolle, Tallabass o ai0 QSrgia Railroald .
Schedule Taking Effect May 6. 195.


No. I

Lv Atlanta (C. o Ga. Ry).... 12:20a.m
LV Macon (C. of tG By.) :46.m
Lv Cuthbert.. ......... ***. 7: .m
Lv Arl ton .. .... ... 9:10am
Lv Bainbrldge.. .. .... 11:00Oa.m
Ar Tallahassee. ........... 12:5p.m
Lv Tallahassee (8. A. L ARy) 1:53pm
Ar Jack'vlle, (8. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.a
Lv Tallahassee .. .. .. .... 2: .m
Lv SochopPY....... .. 3:14p.m
Lv Lanarko...... .. .. 3 :4sp.m
Lv Carrabelle .. ........ 4:0Op.m
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00p.m

Ne. 3
7: 50a.m
11: 3526a.m



No. 5

6: 20a.m
9: 05a.m


10:50a.m ........ ........

8:00a m
10: 00a.m

9: 29a.m 9: 54P.M
10: 0 5A. m 0: 26P.u
10: 15am a 10.UPm=

Sunday oSWndp
-only only

N. 2 No. 38 No. 6 Ne. 4
Lv Apalchicola.. .. .... .. :** 0a.a ........ .......
Lv Carsbell e.. .... .. ..11:30.Lm 2:00p.m 6Op.m 4:
Lv L rk .. ** ** *.. 11:45am 2:20p.m *4:45p.m 4 I4a
Lv SopchopPY.. *...... 12:1p. 3:14p.m 7 21p.m 5: 5a.
Ar Tallahassee...... ** 30pm 5:00pm S5p.m 6A0 T.
Lv Jack'viUe,(S. A. L. -Ry.).. 9:OSa.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
.i llslahoase.(.A.LARy.).. 3:10p.ta 10:00p.m ........ ........
Lv 'tallabMse4.. .. .. .... j: 2pn.a 6:25am 8:45p.m 6:33&g
Lv Bainbridge.. ..... ... S:26p.n 8:27am 5:27a.
Ar ArlIngton.. .. ....... 7: 2p.m 10 16a.m ........ 10:1.m
Lv Cuthbert,(C. o Ga.RY.) .. $:43p.m 11:55a.m ........ Ar llI.:a..
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. &r.).. 4:18a 4:35p.m ........ 4: 3
Ar AtlantS, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:-35m 7:55p.m ........ .
NOTICE::-trailne MeG and 6 will depart from. and arrive at. fee
of Shetwell street, Bfth*rdge.
Ticket for trai 6. teevIngi B eiridge Sunday at 6:20 a m. will n
en sale at the Oef. of the CaOtaIlh Grocery Company.
*Train No. S will dtep 3S minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
W. M. LEGO, R. 0. SNIPM. e. 0 ALSTON,
General Manager. Tfav. Pes. AgL Qen'l P A
T8 olmkie. Fla.


Put Dollars

'Into Your Own Pocket,

Not that of your landlord's, for that's
what you do when you pay rent for a
home to live in.

Start Buying a Home To-day.

We can show you how, and can start
you now. Don't delay. A little down
and small payments thereafter puts you
into possession of your own home.

Pensacola Investment Co.
A1. AL 11PALENUMOtt Cgf Jtanavewk
J. L STBIM, .-rKs. am l .G. mnag.r. KNOWLES TR, TTrssurer.
A21 South PEalafo Stret, Pensacola, Fotd.
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.



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OAI~-ma-I&OPW 000~h A004


WestKn rct........$5



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" I It TFnA FIFdhl'b"#-% J

SDoUTr' Worth for a $1


Fall Hat,





C0110 s Cleared
CollarS and CufMaristone, Bi. Str. 2207, Prout, for
Rosorio with 977,000 superficial feet
Is first-claim. No rough hewn timber.
edges no breaking. We Capero, It. Str.. 3694, Agostino, for
hedgesverymoden.oGenoa, with 4117 lbbls. rosin, 2754 ton
t rivance f or turning out phosphate, 598 round bales cotton.
the best launory work
possible VESSELS IN ?IRT.

Th new loc and c-r Yesterday was indeed' a gloomy day r St.mshlpe.
re F;:i a i. Pnsacoa. The rain hl ha The Star Steam August Belmont, Br as. Barnes, 2967
c ma ., 1 h tn falling all he night before and Tampico to Gulf Transit Co. =
hai-, "i, leau- a!l l e-da erno,,n. o)n;inuel;| Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro;
h ag n Ithroughout the day and the rain fall Laundry. to J. A. Merritt & Co.
Ing sh na.s. from 7 a. m.. to 7 p n.. was 2.(fI Ernesto, Span ss, Omaciehea, 1691,
l:,hs. wi-th ehe rainfall of .S1 inches 1 U S 37 E. Garden St. Phone 114. Gulfport to F. O Howe & Co.
de v.ich fePl during t previous nht. Pensacola, PFl. Harold. Nor ss, 1435, Aos, London.
this makes a -oal rainfall of 3.42 Hesleyside, Br. ss, Bedlingtou, 1687.
r atclockat ht.ours ending a They Say There is no Such Thing Ida, Span s, Aranao, Liverpoo to
Tht high in s continued also. andl l a Dulf Transit Co
V:. storm si'.nals were chang(.d y-s- S a a Chicken in that Partf U Br. ss Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from
lYou ay mortmng from northeast to U NNew Orleans.
Sheastarnings At the last read- the County. TURPENTINE STILL Niceto.Span ss, Bervti 1822.
Duiilap. ?'etson No-Nanme inc of the baror.meer at 7o'clock last i 21 CLiverpool.
and Younig Bros. When i.;ght the baromncir registered 29:17. cMillan Bros. Riplngham, Br ss, Heworth, 1649,
you'r,- ha',ed with one of TI.: wind, however only reached 29 Special to The Jou Aain MuTenereffe to i r. J. Schreyer.
th(-e. you know it's th. : miles an hour during the day from the Flomaton, Ala., Seo.. 28.-Again Ma fatur aba, Br ss, Holliday, 1608, Trinidad
right .tye. east. while during Wednesday night we have had the pleasure of hearing MO BILE, ArABAMA. to Pensacola Lumber Co.
i. r-achea9 32 miles an hour from the. from our comrades in camp at Simonside, Pr ss, Robson, 1953,
"----" east. cambia and Goulding. We know you Sunderland to J. A. Merrtt & Co.
The following bulletin was issued boys are enjoying yourselves. We are Trident, Br ss, Innes, 2036, Cardiff
The ,by the local weather bureau yesterday glad to hear you are. We are having Ships. A
morning: our share up here. Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
Jo nW hite WashingtStore on. Sept. 2-10:30 a. We note a little mistae n the --mentoMaster.
JO n ior -Change to 5oiheaMt storm warning: F'oomaton camp notes. While Mr. Bay- Naval Store Market. Master.
Moile, Pnsacola, Apalachicoia. Car- tiss is not. a conductor or Mr. Cur Savannah, Ga., Sept. 28.-The naval Bk 1
t to Md Boy ,-tl, eda Ke s. Punneilon. 'a- n engineer, if ,)u will only reverse rk Dharwar. Swd. Bk., 1271 Olssen,
pIunandna ut r unta eutlis on the e l stores arket closed to-day as fo Antwerp. to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
2unta RUqxa Di- re^T, and Plit Mr .a :: : : b Agyuo 1348,
205207 S. Palafox, i tilrbance approach'iing tb-o mno,:h ,of scn, and Mr. Curtis as conductor, yOU ww..... ................5 60 Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
the M!ssissippi Hight east to sjti- will have to get a hustle to beat them WG.. .......................5 25 Gloucester to order.
P c225. eas winds will continue tonight ard on the road. N .... .. .. ...............4 20 Hudson. Nor bk, Knud-en, 771, Lon-i
proIably Priday. Considered unsali, Some little changes have been male M .......................4 75 don to order.
X Y vessels to navigate gulf wa,,,rs." since we wrots. E.ntneer Waton1 K .. .......................4 70 Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksnn, 1227
.The wind will probably howl in has icen relieved by Mr. Derby and 1.........................4 65 London.
Pensacola tonight and, according to Ir .Watson has gone to Gould"ug H...........................4 60 S63anOta Baro ra, Port k, Carrela, rto to H.C
Yo App tite e s will be accompanied camp o hel cut. ..................... Smro, Nor k, Olsn, 941
rain. The forecast reads: For Pen- Conductor Courtney as been feel- F.......................... 4 50 Sm eroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors-
s:cola and Vicinity and for Wast ing sick and. together with the littE.. .. .. .. ..................4 30 o is.
Ud ten conmi c to FF'orila-Rain tonight and Friday: accident that happened to him at Pe- D.. .. ......................3 8 ternr, Nor bk, Tonnron, 8am.40
brisk to high northeast winds srifting ermnan, Monday night, he was forced C.. ........................3 50
tUe Old Reliable to northwest.' to go to his home in Pine Apple. He Spirits Turpentine 651 cents. Barkentines.
Weather Conditions. was poling a car at Peterman and was Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen.
The Guf storm still appea to be knocked senseless by the pole break- Ceara, Brazil
central off the l siana coast with ing. Conductor Joe Morrow, ofi e CtOTTO cnooners.
Nk-esure of 29.74 inches and brisk S & N. O.. was sent to take his rut
Sa pressure of 2.74 inches and brisk -while laman J. A. Ray is holding The following cotton quotations are Doris. Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
to high northeast winds from Pensa- the & .. run reported for The Journal o'aily by C. Eima, Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha
w cola to Gaveson. RaPen s facola at Conductor McKinhie was called t .)Gunter Elmore. F. 0. B. cotton broker,; vana.
Mw Orridans. Mobeing e, ensaila and' "iontgon('r by the sickness of nis Pensacola, Fla.: Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc'san, .;5. Key
IOrlhans and Porth Eds. Rain is also le r, who has tyvpho;d fever. Flag-. Wes- to Gulf Transit Co.
SOrleans and Port Lads. Rain is also ^r 1 h t a ^ la f Good Middling ..........10% Nas, Rua sch. Sneel. se, 333, Glou-
falling In Ne a-la and Washington. un- narn Care- Horne has !is run and is' Gcod Middling .................10v, Noas, Rus sch, See1. e, 333, Ulo-I
NM t isider the influen"'e of decan iig lnow doing good work. his firs: trip being Strict Middling.. .. .. .. .. .....104 i ce-ter to Master.
AlWaYS btaNS. pressure of 29.14 inches at M'odena. ion a double-header Tuesday to Nada- Middling ...................... 10V '
pUtah. and Yellowsone Park. accom- wah. Strict Low Middling.. .. .. .. .. 9, Low rates at Southern Hotel lor
nied by much higher nperatu Engineers Carmichael and Fowlcr rooms and board.
S k of Fish, Soft Shell barome er has remain high have change, runr. Carmichael going, New York Quotations.
teC M ,,he Ohio Vallev and Middl Aac on the lccal and Fowler on the turn! New Aork. Sept. 28.-The following! Store To Close.
a es.whcre Mtea temperatr,,ha around. are the ruling cotton quotations to-' On account of holiday our store will
* MI ULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY, r:sen above the 50 mark; the coolest if Condcor orne can get chicken da: bpen Clos e closed next Saturday.
25 CENTS. at morning observation time was 40 on t h, nsa a division it is more.. .... pen Close THE LE IS BEAR CO.
,a Winuemu-ca, Nei'. Clear s bhar, can ( ,e done on the South-,rn January .............10.75 10.7S
paWilrnuemUtca, NeWv. lear sk- labama. Chi kt'ns can hardly be October.............10.18 10.5I
p retail from tiah and Wyoming ,ou and a. for chicken tackles th. Do cember ...... .....10.68 10.71 EARTHQUAKES IN ENGLAND.
aNorrth Carolina, V irginia an N w chik n have a'l got onto that and v T -
,nM. F. REIED. ,TiC., ke(.I) :ear of tl,, stations. Liverpool Quotations. They Have Been Noted From the
-M. E They tell nme tIhe P. and A. is a fpe'. Liverpool. Sept. 28.-The following Times of the Roman,.
S Jaid Pressing lub o ,or. road for chbck'n.-. How about it, boys are the ruling cotton quote nations today: Earthq'akes of varying severity
oa', there? Open Close have been felt in England from the
is the place I sd 'our c the to W ILL CEL[BRA [T The poor old freight depot is no o Nov .. .. .. .. .. ..5.63 5.C3 times of the Romans iown to the twen-
[sed Cleaned Pr('od r -IIpairLL h.r. LI nieat the switching Nev.-Dec............5.66 5.GG ieth century. One of the earliest Eng-
T are i ande psH Jior ,Dn (YrE R rran a car inT:' it dn(l now it ,,S I Ec.-Jan ... .. .. .... 5.69 5.69 lish earthquakes is said to have over-I
your work or, cffi,'(nl- I an eve-. JEW ISH EW YEAR of rus No one here is ,orry. throw a Roman temple to Apollo In
Newl. frig wiil be hands r TARPON W LL TAK[ Lonon. Another happened in 1100,
il ew REESE fr'ht 'i.T se wh nhor some ine. TbW wL AE hin the language of an old his:-
E. L REESE, CONGREGATION OF B'NAI ISREAL torian, strangee it was for the strong
Phone 675. Proprietor. 'a in' of I e .l frout ouse i CARGO AT MOBILE t was
WILL HOLD SERVICES TO- ,. move an.l more t.'. k room will trembling of the earth, but more
No. 11 North Palafox Street. e uilt. strange for the doleful and hideous
NIGHT, SATURDAY AND The -,vich engine ran over one! roaring which it yielded forth." Thir
of th, (crw. a n,,-gr.), Tue-day night SHE IS RQUIRED TO LAY FIVE ty-three years later several shocks
P abst SUNDAY. T: a i (.nt 1 1 g oft and bruise DAYS QUARANTINE THERE we're fe!t, during one of which, it is
P b at ('oAYS.INQ ruRhANeINDAYSR asserted, flainmes issued from rents in
Sar l a mi"h needed rain. BEFORE ENTERING. the earth nnd burned much timber.
B l e R ibbo N w Y,,ar wich a, M It1) l of Vallace, was 'n In the Easter week of 11S. other
DRnbo SI.. ,.-.' ,,. .-,,-' The s:-amer Tarpon which has had earth tremor put in an appearance and
frae B eer ",, F .' f. !orr' isi,lrr. double since the pere.-. sems to have bn mire demonstra-
O ," :,. -:. '. ;.ilh'. i' n1r.e p :es.,at quarantine went into effect, will' tiv than its predec-ssors, for a writer
S r ,' ;', ... i. I. ,. r, r ;> ick!y an I ). in Mobli,,' today. says that "its like had not been heard
has no equal ,,,'.p .. S.". .. ,:' a ': n,.i'l .\ : ai' Or',.i .-: re, 50 Sohe is rtqulred to stay five days in of in England since the beginning of
Sold everw here. ' ''' c :"2* .i i '"- it;uarantino' b..ore she can enter at the woril. for stones that lay couched
old ever rru.,, ,,, a:' h ., "*,i -k *iMobile, and her time limit expires to- fast In the earth were removed and
1S A1i ISA. \.NHI.I.M. CARPENTERS. ida.vY as .;he entered quarantine station the great church of Lincoln reut from
S. A. Friedm an Offia:.Ti THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL'- Mbile last Sunday night. the top downward."
-- MEETING OF L. U. No. 74, C. & J. The. Tarpon l take on a cargo at Panic followed the earthquake of
Wholesale Distributer. w,, d,-1- "r r, ,> k OF A. FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEM. Mobile antl will proceed from the.r- to April 1o, a day re rkable for its
"It,,, ("r,, ', .--,a 29. hER 29. 7:30 P. M. BUSINESS OF Carrahelle, Millviile, Apalachicoa ani; ,
Lidcr in Inporte Wins ::.' : IMPORTANCE. St. Anr-ws, after which she will re- het. Nohln untoward took pla e
ind iuorI A ,S ,. i :P AC L. REDENBACK, trn to 'Pensacola. After finishing at until 9 o'cl()c at night, when a vio-
and Liquors. hp'4t Business Agent. Pensacola she will a.-ain start for Mo- lont trenliling of the earth made itself
S, ile and again enter quarantine for the felt in London, lasting about the tenth
PHMl OUH 1A^ The F..rn..~o- of (udon............. rc.iqrired five days. of a second, nnd wa:; accomp)anied by
H. 1 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. Cl ids - ",. a 'ma o.f water I,. Of cmrwe, thils is working a hardship loun rumltlinug in he bow'ies of the
.y ^E-'ACOLA, FLA. ma ,.l; vi-il,; by t',. e>,e' :;' of ti,. air on her, but she will continue with earth. ('lose upon its heels came an-
-i i I pr'.vl' ihu-' .1 itht watr.r in the E e this arrangement until a change in other shock, which set the great clock
F. M. WILLiAMS, frm of in .sil v aponlr. Evr-ry eloud n It quarantine matter can be made. bell at Westminster clanging, and many
CONTRACTCP AND BU'.DER. I n..' I,.. r,..::irledl a'< the top, of an in- 1U o e; v ot violent pels
Office. U-osnaham but next viit.le w-. r,, ,lumn or ,.urr.t thrust- i Takes the burn out; heals the wound; other churches gave out viohut peals.
to Pensac-);a Basin s C :lere i. it wuv into, a ,oldir i,,,ivy of air. cures the pain. Dr. Thomas Eclectric Theo public took fr-Ight and rushed into
Prompt ":: .n always given T.o .un. i'Titi. f a lo V 'Oil, the household remedy. the streets, while playgoewrs hastily left
rtobusinec. P saco'a Fe T., u-.,'n t ait n r nt of a cloud 1i their seats, with the result that many
,";': 1h. ju.crd whni thrr is no time i -
or ';s'rtunty to mI:.k.e :.:Iet m.asucre.- Humer In Men and Women. Df then were trampledl to death. A
tr,: frw. i' for'ri a.! outline. Its There can be no doubt that women writer on the subject snys: "The scene
legal AdVertl euentS. "s''< or h*i' w. its apior.nt S,. 'nd 't a f ir ...... ...t n.. ;ient,' its ia'."s,.vtti, .ffot and :r -;1 Much humor In a woman is rare and the subterranean nolos and the noise
BIDS WANTED. t,. ih-r'zh ,,f tim,- it reti.;- ,lir,.'tly Y.I 'l w there is a very fit- remarkable. The love of approbation of falling houses, the shrieks nnd lam-
BlId for 1 : .= S '.. n :, il'ur..anatsl af'or sunset. Iy thi' last i:n'c (xiri'"o. n that "you can is as common among women as humor entatlons of the people, mingled with
acros. :hi. I'. :: i. I,". U i:-, th "l Si : l ,-'hlouds ha.v' Ibrn e'ti- e .t mnorte ''.th your dianlondson among men, and as rare among men the cries of those who thought the last
oat FV n *y i.nttn to hav been at least tin miles han you c- a get on your dia- as humor among women. The tempta- day had come was enough to fill the
b Alal,: .. i .a. ne the hrfa be ,, "* l,>'nd vel."it<. at hifgh altitude have -quite apart from dislike or anger, at was also experienced in various parts
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lIs'ti carefully noted and show loracti-
cally that at about five rn;les in height
ih' velocities are three t'mies as fnst
i;n summer :1nl Tix ti'e" in vwintter a
the velocitYi- of the currents on the
earth's surface.
Panama Hcts.
"Talking abjut exiei.sive hats." said
a prominent New York hbt dealer. "the
most costly hat that was ever muade,
was presented to General Grant while
in M Iex; gol,l. It is ;.,w in the Nattional muse-
un, at Waisington. Panamn hats u, ,l
to le' frequently s. 1 as Ligh as $. ,i
each. I remrni-nber se lling four hats at
that price In a-sing! day In 1S72. lbut
snh hats atr. no loinzer to lwe obtained
Such hlats :rt-' still worn byr the hidal-
g:,- ;n South AimerIca They are not
nmade in Paniamna. lut ot the name he-
< :,iust that city xwa' formerly thb, great-
,-t market for The'. The finest hats
-'*-nme froin i 'Prn. They are in ade of
thie ft1 ,r of the Iita ,.r p.i'pple plan.
wxli h is as soft and pt!Rble a1% silk, aud,
S! If the!' ne s finf thlit th y ,'an
t '.ld'-'d n1. anti crrTi>d in one's vest
poc'keL" i

times seems to attack the masculine
mind seldom occurs to them, and when
it does it denotes not, as in men, a
mere ebullition of the spirit of inde..
pendence, but a real want of benevo.
lence going down 'to the roots of the
nature. Most women would rather be
liked by every one; very many wish
for, and a few actually crave, approba-
tion.-London Spectator.
Wammeeseairp Noises.
Noise is easily misinterpreted as ai
sign of vigorous enterprise in all lines
of human activity. There Is a bustle
of trade which no one would suppress.
The loudest shouter is not by any I
means the rnost accomplished and ef-
fective orator. The best work may be
done without great clamor and uproar.
Noise is commonly associated with the
fakir, who covers the pinchbeck qual-
Ity of his wares by stridently proclaim i
Ing their virtues. Much of the noise
ft the city street is entirely unnec-
eIary and could be suppressed with-'
out injury to any material interest. A
.soecey for the prevention of din would
find a fertile field for Its beneficent
I offices.-PMIadelnba Ledge. r

Men Who Are in Good Health To-day

may be in the icy clasp of death next week. While
yet you can get life a-surane v you had better do
it. Take a policy in THE EQUITABLI

Delays Are Dangerous!

Fire, Life.

Knowles Bros.

Gen't Aqts

The Union Central Life I

bas a lower death rate, lower expense rate, and bither
tIteret rate thbe any company doing business in Florid&
s maould be eswy for you to decide the ret.

a. S. WIlliams, General AgCeot.

Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of f,
Prompt attention given to all orders, day ,r eightt Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and TinUber D, o D a-s 0o
Chairs of all descriptions. *
Office Phone 123. PHIL W1TTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. .


No Headache

No Backache!

as long as you drink



The Official Whiskey of the United States Government,






At this


of the country. The impression took
shape that this earthquake had occur-
red because heaven had lost patience
with the people, a belief which led I LEWIS
Queen Elizabeth to institute a foryp of
prayer for household use in order to,
remove the bane supposed to be hov-
ering over Great Britain.
In January and the early part of *44400
February, 1750, the beat was intense, i
so much so that the superstitious went a ,
about declaring that something out of
the ordinary would surely soon hap- -. I '
pen. Their forecasts came true, for on
Feb. 8 London experienced slight earth-
quake shocks, but more severe shocks ,
were felt exactly a month later. These *
latter are said to have been the worst *
disturbances in modern times in Eng-
land. The shocks were preceded by :
lightning, then a roaring sound was
heard, houses reeled and many fell, and '
some little damage was done to ancient
buildings. These vibrations took place ,
in the night, and many people were I
thrown from their beds. i: i

Low rates at Southern Hotel for 27
rooms and board. 0****"**


s time af the year thereis a great deal of slaria and chills and fever.
As a positive preventative try

Sold at all drug stores or at
8 CO., Whelesale Drgists, East Government Street
PX ;MXO 00 C0U11T

*******0**0*0,90 ******* ***

Hard to Keep a

lean Kitchen

If you use a coal stove. The ashes. soot an' Ini t settle
over everything in the house and makes more house
work to do. You avoid all dust, soot and ashes if you
use a G(as Range.


East Garden Street

Phone 145.

Water Fell in Torrents All Day
Yesterday, Though Winds Were
Not Very High.

vrrn iir I

Don't Gamble
*.. when it comes to insurance.
p, Quit taking the risk yourself.
Turn It over to us and

Have a Good

; BPolicy Written Up.
It's safer ani costs but little
If in doubt ask others w'o
know and have had experience
Investigation will prove we're
fa '- right. We take ine risk ani
thta ends your worry. Iniure
m m -now- now. Delays are dangerous


YOur Appearance
is Your Introduction.
A well--roomned man not only
CtIi-afn ; r.esp-ct, but demands
.1, and iT ine l 't require such
an awful outlay to give a good
frn : t; t's care in buying.
Don't go to Mr. Credit Store
and pay one-*'hird more for the
.ame qua:i;y. Come in and sea
our line of

1. 0. ANSON
Phone 297
Cor. Main and Palafox Sts

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