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:
October 11, 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 )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).

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.REVOLUTIONDIVIDENDS By e tve f the administrat on, s pking
Wahngton, Oct. 10.-Informal but in behalf of individual candidates un-
serious consideration was grven to less toe prtiipation be confined to
their own states.
SCR E 'W AS 3 TO 0 c* iPtsidet f hte .... pf art cipation In local campaign by Although no decision was reached Thirty-Two Reportr
AS 3 TO 0 Sit atio Con dered member of the cabinet at the eet- is uite probable that with the DOS
IWWM is I ial m Ing today. The president let it be sible exception of secretary Sha-, o a of H
Up I I understood that he declined to be has already made definite engage-
i Desperate att i l I drawn into political campaigns and ments, cabinet members will confine
*n e that he doubted the propriety of cab- campaign speaking to their own states
Snet officers, who were representa- hereafter.
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_V mn aotx ThOUS AN Pen. By Aes l Prs. -
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(it large fu re fact Wose orPe up h By Assocated Press. Pittsburg having delivered a package About this
tikm forcing them to lt. Patrols Pittsburg, Oct. 10.-The startling containing $100,000 to the express
1 W U L00 .AU L -EAD t eossacks ad dragom s are m asonitant- discovery was made late today that company Monday afternoon consigned
ly as the stet d the pai oa SESSIONS OF INSURANCE iNVES- THREE HUNDRED MEN WILL BE to a bank n C nai. The pakONLY THREE DEATH
IV AIstrt disoerthe Adams -hpress Company had agee was receipted for by Edward
iu e vo.iftane sa to .e TiGATION POSTPONED FOR DISMISSED BY ORWk OF OR. been victimized to the extent of George Cunliff, who was missing thbs ONE OF W ICH OC
Sd WEEK ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH WHITE-MO UITO THAT BE- 100,000 posed thro the m and th paae has n been PREVUS-DR. P
@ us. e m Vr U hic41 &dhm tr&- WEEK ON ACCOUNT OF DEATH WHITEM QUI THAT BE- ion an employee. The pres received at he money forwarding
a0e .--s Idwill Ind lo bloodshed Agt OF SPEAKER NIXON-NOTHING COME INFECTED IWREAFTER company has issued a formal state office of the express company. un- ON TUATION-A
he I Pm an-hiso e r tws are oeamiy preecaiag revolution. ment in which it tells of the Bank of lif has not been located.
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tais atm s ms eas the day before, S New York. Oct. 10.-The sessions S1t- ii _- N _-##*I **
A4. Aneftr peafar feature was t y the Insurance Investigation com- Following is the
1 10" ""Otnw York offwith the Matittee terminated for the week at ad.- New Orleans, Oet e*.-bl- By Aoolt I P roI H H mary of the yellow
nm er tsasJorament today because of the death slowing is the oeal yellow fev- y sOt. e to N ases.. ..
deri on the day before. HE Federick Nixon, speaker of the er report to p. a.. of lraed B. wO et 6 the o New cases .. ....
a" 1- l dla's, I% Was s Assembly of the legislature New New cases today S8; total to Nel r her Wwas c Total ces to date
ohmbin gsat mon York at his home ina West Field. date 3,330. # with volatg the eleton law hn ir D eaths to- d
H L HI!*wMtarn- i-hviolat ingthenof ethe ylow
SIn te rn U The testimony today did not elicit Deaths today 4; btal to date recent democratic sta teprimary, the ases discharge to de
Se ttii i a two i the e0t4t 1W- an talprmation of a emeatfonil nab. 415. j u ret dm a vrticstato o t Cglet dscharoed
I t&e* Uer beread what has been discounted New foci 9. / ry r rnea verdict of galty Ca under treaty
The s M 4 sthe testimony of previous wit- Cases under t rea. A the amo time the ,J
BR 3H[ 35 *' Cases dschard At the samtime thejury :ex.
.. .S. .. ..; 4 2 ws Tre i ofatuthewascs the o the law unintentionalla and elva Cd eomni Allowts *Annott r s -ew a
i5 : ?2rr eco mmendedutul 1 Ium ee Oom ny. -reconod d that the fine -be remit-
1a1 g Mutual Ute Insurance Company. B td dths was the oacial
Mew bT MnrT L y. a -m Th wre Richard A. McCurdy a Nd New Orleans, Ot.-. the realt e a st t fam the ofial
Vice Presidents Oranales and Olltt;. of an order by DrWta an B nht from the, oer
While it has been hinted for the end to general rtii and oghIC IF F A aOO fever developed nts of
Kt ---*^^a^etl week that some expeditures by the MarU HAe t .)'lO. U A The largi terease ia
11111101 1 Of0l 10 A140 16 re tolegalt eipe e f new cases was not Une
bmeen eoi tlow s .an ta A spc-a Weeno otoe cunwelphysicians ana' a oalas
md Amemicam league teams Bod or Comty omm r m1 ittees it was to refer to eA c*len up held specsrda etinoof at 4 olock, iwastchig caoseN the p
I0 "SS the battles for the ban- held Yesterdrlaorala therc at h OrOt1bthat t me 6 tfttie con- and disinfeo spe a house .ith Mayor Bis preidinga atm yl e, ng c was eten
am ns la the t. Smam l de aco T r w tribted $1,000 to te Repblican holders generally are asked to eontin mt Wr lhtn Toage, Hasi, Manura Adeys. ace that the inacr
Sthe natsts n ears e by were Chaire s Avery preside sing a ll mt campaign committee. Ar. Me. to se that their 8eres are maintain- By Aoolate d Prea. Cristie, and Cahn present. date would be rather la
ting a fll of Interest to the meberspresent with e exetio urdy was on the sand allthe after- continued on P I Houston, Tex.. Oct. 10.--G. B. Gray. The mayor read the following letter Of the three deaths a
as the premt chamL onship m- of Oommioer Andrews. oon. Towards the close of .the mes- C cashier of the Commercial National frbm W. K. Hyer, Jr., chairman of the for three or four days,
between the New York "Gans" The ost mprtant matter to r s he made the tartng tatemett Bank of this city, shot himself twice Citizens Committee: epcted to recover.
the Philadelphia Athletics. cetive attention wans receiving the r that an insurance company was not dends to those who pay premiums" with a revolver early today, dying al- "Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 10, 1906. first victim, dieaf Mon
Up t 184 a Athlet is now tered the book from Aessor Richard. They a Institution founded to make money said Mr. McCurdy. "It was otansed most instantly. He was anout forty "Hon. Mayor and Council, City of late to be included in
f or fpolicy older dtowmas, mor eyaindrowteradreate lkewasoandiAo stistaely. HeThey
M hpashp was neer co- were found to be in excellent ond- for policy holders and was or should as a great beneflent and misson-y years old. He ranked high in Texas Pensacola prt; Vce-Consul Bona
S 'a forns the s act hinne rsf of ton be a great philanthropic enterprIre intitution. Its purpose was to ex- banking circles. "Dear Sr--I am advised by the ystlrday morning, whf!
at l were the unds- The ooks showed that the total ended to increase and spread its tend the benefits of life Insurance and No plausabe reason is given for the city health ocer that owing to the bor Master Olsen died
tomalLtAogue were the undis- Te hooks showed that he totalct ea
piued champions. The American as- valuation of taxable property n Es- benefits over the entire earth. the object was not that of declaring Act. The Commercial National an increase in the fever cases he in bad- last night.
la was organized in 18 as a cambia county amounted to$7,25 4. "The purpose of the Mutual Life s dividends wic could be spent on s one of the strongest financial insti- ly in nee of additional a tance. The New Ca
rival oa the National League, Cincin- an increase of several hundred toou- not money making or declaring ailvl- cigars or playing billiards. tutions In Texas. This committee ha supplied two as- The new cases are as
mati winaig the championship of :ae sand dollars over the year previous. sistants and trusts that the city will Mrs. Clifford Touart,
s. ew orgaalsation. Boston ton the This is divided as follows: Real e- authorizee and pay or the employment eminent street.
Shors that season in the Natlon!. tae, $4.000,930; personal property, of such additional assistants, as are Johnna Johnson, 414
la 1884 the Metrooolitans of New $1,736.630, and railroads and tele- T 1 deemed necessary, street
York won the pennant in the Afueri. graphs, $1.018,774. *. "Respectfully yours, Nic Strandflel, Head
e association ar': Providence in the Liquor Ltomsea Denjti e "W. K. HYIR, JR., Wharf.
g league. In October of tata year Three petitions to sell liuor in hm. Ex. Com." Christ Marselles, Hea
t Providence team came to New e petitions to sell liquor Alderman Yonge stated that he had Wharf.
b nrk and played three games w:th the scm conth werdel t e I been informed that the present assist- Lillie Johnson 207 N
association champion.. defeat ny tftn ia wiotht the plaw Thd were I ant City Physician was making over street.
easily in three straight games. D. N!ms & onA.. Johnson and ioty viits daily and that In hs opin- Mrs. Mary Barr, 1211
About this time Charlie C.miskey W. L. Gilmore. Th .Jere was a proates: I on the request was a reasonable one. street.
Was looming up wkh a big t all club W. L. tGilmorec There w a pres: It was therefore, decided to put -m Annie May Barr, 1121
an St. Louas, while Capt. Anson was fist a o of a salot e by o O another assistant physician at A street.
considered to have t worad-beating named firm at the corner of salary of $75.00 per month. Minnie Lou Dennis, 4
dteam in ChicAo. and when St. Lo nii In view of the fact that the sum ory street.
a in Chicar. and whenaSt.L iir residents in that section, and Judge SECON D which had been donated for the ".es- Bertha Booske. 618
Arepecntie leagues there was a gen- unt appearedp before the b rd truction of mosquitoes was about ex street.
era demand that the two grt e'ams representing those who made the pre- r r CI hausted and more money was had. Emily Booske, 618
lay a series of games. They play.e'd f'r st while C h- MSon. oste pe eand" o . f IML ly needed, the sum of $1,000.00 was street.
tor a prizc of $1.000. The fi.-st a'.e denied, as well as the two others al- I appropriated to carry on the work Mattle Bishoff, 127 We
resulted ie. a tie at fivte all. Then ed swlat twoothes a W. K. Hyer, Jr., was nominated to street.
each s ue won three gamie. The se- though no complaint was m.ade O il1 the vacancy in the board of bond Miss Annie English, 12
ies resulted in a tie. a n Ra Spr dt trustees caused by the resignation dencia street.
Chiosgo Net Invincibl. New Road eperntedant 1 of F. C. Brent. No other nomination Michael Quigles. 216
As both Cuceao and st l i The board then took up the qies- E TW. -,C1UC 1 was made and the election was made Blanca street.
tion of the appointment of a road ___ unanimous. Mrs. W. T. Barker, 121
lled off the championship the next superintendent for the next twelve B -'- City Health Offcer's Report. street.
n"o take'er va s h( arr-aonte months were. Oiy r C ^T -f The report of City Health Offeer Eugene Bewall, near
e weto take all th gat 'nt. Applications were read from M 0. 0. NBgb $5If Pierpont was submitted and read as acd Belmont street.
games were plavel. St. Lonis win- Baggett who has held the position &tSAI Pierfollows: Gaa Madxwell, corner,n
g Iodr out of the s ix. The Amer i- for a number of years and from W. I r "Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 10. 1905. N. Depot.corer
pas .so:iation people conequen:ly Davis. A ballot was take and eo. W. WgyT CO S^ "The Honorable Mayor, and City Joe Seegar, 608 ]st B
highly elated. ah s Camiske had Davis was chosen by a vote of 2 to Lt. Tedow 6 T Concil, Jerry Bulltvan, Jr., 81
dmom tr that the great Chicago 1. He will assume charge at his du- JerryGeullivansJr., 61t
S?5, wa from bein in cbl. t one 'nh n tI "Gentlemen- I beg to submit here- street.
iL was far r7 m being invancibl. tes at once.. with the following report for the W. H. Nealeans, 413 S
Sa 87 the heavy-hitting Dearoir The board authoriaed the parcease month of September just pat: street.
Wb the Natinal eague .cham of a small pile drive, to be nsed in "The twenty sanitary inspectors Henry Marler, 225 N<
o a ship, after a ine race a it A the construction of bridge. have cnvassei d the 'city ive times street.
*tens Cicago team and a ser c'f Complainte Abhot Roaa. of 20,093. Of these premises, 18,118 Mattie Gold, 513 Ilast
T mes was arranged wit s. Complaints Aher a b O these prmises 1.18 Alven Crosby. Wright,
Swho again won the associa,'on Complaint was made to the board of 0f Of tT ?erind 8 Alven Croby Wright
genaat. These gam' were played that in the northern and middle oc. -I J anitary condilto. As a great maor- Jackson streets.
*t St. IAmi. Brooklyn, Bostor:. Phila- ton of the county the turpentine and isreod good slidt 1i bad Mrs .... dward
W f di h owv4n. *UAs gre Ja.n~ v....- *.~ *v. ~ ~ F on sreetn 1UUU.

o dphiaand Bal(imore. Detroit rravej logging men were destroftg the Itary I.conta
an 40y winner taking ten of the it- county roads by drivIg their heavy occasionally tin cans, the city at the reet.
90.m played. vgs over them. In some p!j1si esent tJ
The Detroit ,eam that :,ear was the roast have been very dy dm., present time is in an exceptionally Sam George, (colored
umde Up of some of the greatest p ay- aged from this cause. The mattercl he old i t. Anthony Hospital on tender Le st oloredet.
r the~a me e er produ,, Sam was referred to County Attorney I West r t ie ne Myers, (color
O tHP Rn. j Reese foran opinions t hrwhethesa | bee tt Ege Myers, colorede
"hie, PFed Dunlap. Dan Brouthers. or not the parties had the right t|1 I p for colrehdye feve p au reet.
l and Carie Bennott 4 rnuse s a and s ab | a is ue the care of Kate Da Toby Jah, colore
m. anthem. The base running us slic roads, destroy the i'b- the well knoI n and efecent coled Zarragosa street.
Katong hem. The base running o lic roads. I yif nurse. So far only three patients have Francis Floyd, colore
lttham and Ed Hanlon was one of the availed themselves of th.e hospital DeVillier street.
tures Lat has ing seventeI R LY FD omforti, but they have expreed Willie Floyd, colore
tlenM his neit NEGRO LYNCHED themselves as highly plea with the DeVilier street.
In 18 New York and St. Lonts attention given them. Carrie Floyd, (colored

in 1889 New York won the cham- "J. HARRIS P, lrederick R. Bonar, Br
S0ms hip oA the ^d timeA, while "City Heath Occer." su,. 27 West Gregory str
Ok R tl.f sed o Comiskey' St. By Assocl~ Press.
S, Louis boys. B klyn and New York Memphis, Oct. 10.- lather n AGED W E MURD R W l o mp
hai'ed &a series at seven games tha a negro 27 years old *as h aud by a HAN GED IN TENNIESE P. Is Bowel, Souther
ell New TYork wtebg with ese. mob at Brunswick, Wan., early today e
Joha Ward and Bck E-wlng did for an attempted asault ea a white By a Gada The death o M. Ols
a(e sensational laying in this woman. The negro was forcibly taken TH CZAR-I HOPE YOU WON T HANG ARM"ND THIS SHOW OF MINE AND INTERUP THE PER Coviafgto, Tem. Ot. IT.h Joi aeeted, tas nevithe
f, rom the ocers ad baged to a teae- FORMANCE. Hill an ed wife murderer was
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report leaed
ceof the tate
ing the yellow
the number at
Wected to those
who had bees
progress of the
predicted tea
ease about this
ill had been ill
and none were
dr. Bowen, the
day night too
the official re-
r expired early
!e Deputy Har.
bout 8 o'cloct
632 Bast Gov-
East Main
I of Muscogee
d of Muscogee
orth DeVillier
East Jackson
East Jackson
01 East Greg-
st Intendencia
!9 West Intea*
South Florids
3 North Davis
corner ewas
near L. sad
lelImont street.
0 North Davis
outh Cevallos
north DeVIIkr
Wright streW,
ant A stress.
Eighth and

ast Behaoto
), GouXldg.
255 Bast I&
d). 204 Som~M
1), 612, WOt
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1), 617 North
), 617 North

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Tow's and Fanny's Visit to Oklahoma;

SWi t Sqaw t HTee PaCpe.

owem Warsiones-othertFso notIn
Te ma imo ose -amom Iist athtir
magmmma eme htoMe. fee glass for a
ademm 10ea4 And etan thery
hemml what ge pms we thu boa
v u ep and ewasand d apped their
bond sfor JgW.
Tb pa bldogedI to get away
tem bam ar a mat and wouldM
sen the hume wth hMs family. This as-
sapemmet nsred a spemsM tuse.
oe r eaee Tm and Feany had come
t" Se w elM thug ha6 spent their leesm
to h grOW ty during 10 months of the
Be mie term of amflr halng sa
V111 a two mosafs Oura
Si st mS mois oesmeitn gr at
Oan mm lds nso inbun kno w
totf the aml country-the rurll

ctmame to kbase
be ehaer. ib 14 easSb
pMr ~esuitssbaa
-' VI umbe r riht. oil wl

Pasu helped to O -r the bo

bow time A ly. And i i to 11 ynr
o d-high time te Itte a was v
tag a taste of the rural f. with a
of the wild West I It."
So the Western ntp was talked ove
rom every point of view and deed i&
e. If PtPaM m tdiereat an old trend
lived la the Wes. The st time
Papa had heard trom him he had heated
on a tfarm I the "trip." Buta at had
been long, long ago; In fact. bfetre Pnp.
ea4 Mamma were married. As Pap.
never delayved n matters o aay kink
pleasure being considered ast as
pertant beuissta fro the stadpol"
of promptaeas, e b deeied t wen
too slow nla carrylag questions and e
toraIng awnesa a puat the thorsp
wires to work. He knew that f heMol
Sod his old friend there would he a or
dial invitation to "sums and hutg th"
This t the message that wet lying ia
Is Utmlng wings:
"IL Walker. B-- vlla Okl..
"Wis to eame Wast for mouthL Are
yo Settled so we can camp yew
ramch Have wtfe and two kta. All
Pmefl cittmsse. Ans ar n a-y

a Mit dabttoesty. r T ahtopi dear, that
ea have ut the matter In aeh a way
r r h as be attermtv. abut mast

TE LETIE 3LU'5 Doug or TEE

We're very graad we're moet nke
Were sWid we'"e aeh a smai
Per so the morItue w9th t he ose
We lamp whis ame ad eat we rsun
All dreomed as msk-e us nas em be
I thIee Se, remsaetable shits
Theya St us ems mad don't wear
thvpr e tome too mise to wee'r
As gain and wiant It ay we th- -
aum eethee e&iB mt we as say
Sto a ploemles we woedm go
We Starter o4t de R solwas I
We've dwvuw" the esmma e G a
the mnibt
Am we've deemed Im hbmed dw-
Whbm we grew M -Or etoehos
Andas. oear elethb rtsalwa.e
now. -. D W.

ofer the hospitality of his bhAs, what-
ever sort It may be. Now. it May -et ho
eavealest Ser him to take as is; stiM he
asoet retuae your request to he allowed
to emp a his mach. wtaeh. of( courea. is
a polite way of ayl&g, "Opea your edors
to as.' -
"Don't you fear about Rich Walker
feeling uaader any obligations to do any-
thtaa net to hIda tate and convealeace.
He's a truse am f cthe prarNe ad is as
ope as the air he breathes If hoe de
not me his way to etertalnti as-or
allowing s to entertala oaurelves oa li
at my epeam. tto."
On the secod day after paa p at the
recrd"l an answer to It w-
anded him Jmt as the fatly mt down
to breakhfast. Papa read ft d:
"UiUl hbodita dowa mBcteam land. w
and three papooase dwell lamatnsee.
Came and stay as long aa grub eA oat.
P *eey for roar wiwa We
you start. W.
'Goodie!" cried Tom, hardly able to rwo
strain ha af from giig ret to a eret
of "lnad rells."
"Oh. I'm so tickled!" exclaimed Fanny.
her appetite for breakfast diappearing;
SM was for tarring rlgho that mtne.
"Just like old ich," declared Mr
Brown. "His heart is a the right spot.
When can you be reedy, m as "
"In two days." answered Mra Brown.
her taw aglow with astkeipatlaa. She
eaa- as eager to tart as the chUdre.
S'a pap, p. d Tom.over
he eegram. what deee Mr Water

fellow could accomplish -* ftet he
could with eam "best" a bronebo. So.
Sone m sing whib an the boosehold was
S|aslees TomB with raany in atteodance,
crept in their Nightgowns to the big pig-

4 1 pen through the early dawn. There.
while Fasny helped to corner the biggest
S.pig P a' the pe, Tn Et astride Its back
S and grabbed the tightly-eurled tall for a
A bridle. The est Instant be found him-
S' self standing o his heed In the ptgs'
bat-tab. wMich. to hbe explicit, was a
W -IJ I "'lob-loy" ot soft mod. Fanny helped to
L *T,- b | m | "' Vr extricate the poor fellow. and they ran
S/ with all possible speed to the bathroom,
where Tom got nla the tub and turned on
S_ the water over nightgown ad self at the
s ame. tm ftr both e ed a bath badly.
A ,... O F3 AAlthough T had s Mt asked aPuny to

keep the accident a set. bto e 1M
woeld do so. ince he was a pt 98 I-
But as everybody eajeod tm aMI
mated tory so mech-tbe i ihgu els
laterrupting h e-Tomr n wAas 4
'give him away." as be afterwmsOB -
pressed it
The aezt day the BrDie toao Wr
leave of their bhot and ha1 toh
Walkers promsllng to villt them la, tr
city hornme during the Christmar haeiM
"It will be my turn thea to la"N I,
Tom. winking at Bert. le'D -bean
gr In amy comtry as I r-s to i.
It's a long Ie@ that has no twnma.
"All right," la*k hed Bert. "Beftg a
Indian. I cea bt my way tlme, aW
of your elt s. I'1 stand the mueht 8a
0. K." _____

How to Give a "Seeing Things" Party.

SCeqplet o eta Old-TIme Deirry R hyNm i Charaete.

Bet Tom not say any more. He
thought. It better to await developmeota.
He only sighea la his disappointment aad
tried to be rosined.
Whe the time arr.te the aBrewm
were on the train beaded for B-rUle.
In an hour from starting they rolled nto
the little prairie town with It's hand-
ful of tiny frame bonuses and weed-grown
"Th-b itsnt so bad." cried Tom wben
be looked from the window. "It's getting
As soon as the train slowed down Papa
sprang from the car steps to the little
platform of the tiny taUie. A great,
breoad-houldered sunburned man grabbed
his hands. "Pepper me with buckabotl
If you ain't Browany!" he laughed Ia a
pest plesaing and cordial manner. Then
be shook Papa's hands as it he would
toese them from the wr its, while Papa
ia tara beamed a happy amle and n-
turned the malutation:
"And hang me I yeo ar't old lNobI
But only for your vote and aafe I'd
never have known you. Why, old man,
you're twie the sae yea a d to be."
"Worme tham that!" iatamed Mr.
Walker, grinning. "I used to weigh about
20 poo dai bet that was the week I first
emse to lve n earth."
Then followed the Intredftcton to Mama.
Tom and Fanay, whose hands underwent
the same vigorous, heavy shaking. dem-
onstrative of a warm welcome.
"Bere we are," Mr. Walker aid, lead-
lag the party to a big, two-esated spring
wagon. "And over there ito the fars
wagon In which well carry your bead
bmsa. "Hee," calling to the farm anad
who had chane of the lnst-named vehicle,
"take this getlman's baggage eheeha
and get his bag-ge as moe as you can.
We'll o e."
In another minute Tom was on the
btnt set between Mr. Walker and Papa;
Mama and rlany wet comfortable In

VOICE pig i. tU he pe( .

i I mean by a squaw and sageoness live
In his teepee? Does be berd with In-
SPapa laughed till his sides saheek, th
r h be explained that Mr. Walker meant he
I had a wife and three children. It was
d his Western way of expressing himself.
SThe teepee meant ht house.
I "Did be marry with an Indian r" asked
wondering eight-year-old Fanny.
a "No. I ge net,." answered papa.
S-"Still, It's asrd to tell just what Rich
Walker would do. It be admired an Is-
- dian woman--nd she'd have to be a
t mighty worthy woman Ift be did--he'd nft
Shesitate to make her his wife. But I
* hardly think we'll find his wife and chbl-
i dre weartag blankets and feathers"
I Thee came the happy hurry aof packlang.
In vait Mr. Brown tried to Induce his
Wife to take only their worstL old eothea.
"This Is to be a real outoig-a roughlag
I trip." he declared.
"But, deaL, we do not want to pr t
ourselves befo your friend In e garb
i of tramps. His wife must be considered,
r too, for she may kow soethig of the
I, itaed world-em thou sheoea not
live In It," p ded Mrs. BHwn,
"Yes. I think It will he alce to show
I the Indiana how white people dream. ald
I Fanny. "Please don't forget my pink
t ak aad white slipperl, mamma.
"ay Papa" broke n Tom, l"o al
the people In Oklahoma carry knives and
revorers? And is there any danger ot
the Indians scalping aus?
"Well," and Papa gave a sly wink at
Mama. "If that does happen It wW save
you and me a barber's bil, your mother
the trouble of uslag the caurling to
and Fanny can come to breakfast In te
morning without having to bother about
comb and brush."
At last the hour came for starting. The
shutters were closed. windows locked
and doors bolted. The baggage was sent
to the station and the four owna, in
the happiest spirits. soon followed it.
There Papa procured the railroad ticket;
they all got on the train and away they
Sew toward the setting saun.
And such a trip! Would the children
ever forget it? Through states and
states, aross rivers and rivers, pst
towns, vilaxes and cities, over plains
and plain till at last they awoke In their
berths one morning to find themselves
Spetting tato Gothrtk. Oklahoma.
| In this town they stopped to rest
awhile, deciding to take a later train to
carry them to B-vrte. some 25 miles
further on. They went to a hotel for
breakfast, and to Tom's and Fanny's
surprise they had a dintIg-room, tables,
dishes, waitresses. etc.. Just the same as
t In the Bat. And they had foadly hoped
-fully expected, too-to see a town of
tents and wigwamr, camplres burning
and Indians In blankets and cowboys In
buckskins all about them.
So. all they had read of this part of the
world was not true. then? Horrible ds.
coveryl Fanny felt like crying of di
appointment and Tom lost his temper
completely. Why come aware here to see
just plain every-day people? It was
abstrd. When the breakfast was got
through and rapa suggested that they go
for a little walk through the town, Tom
said. petulantly: "I don't care to see any
more of this sort of place. I want In-
dians. cowboys. buffalo tights and-and-
something desperate. This isn't any
tfun "
"All riht, soony," answered Papa.
quietly If you don't want any more
of it I'll put you on the train and seod
you right back to your grandmother. TWo
may go dowa to Lang Beach with her
for the month, tay dressed up. go about
the fashionable prom-"
"Oh. no. no. Papa!" exclaimed Tom, it-
terrmptlg hs father. "Ths last as had
as that would be. Besides. here oee
gets lot of dirt and wind. more best. I
guess. too. and the people aren't so thiet,
nor so mch dressed up. a r a sue a
I rush all the Utime. The only ag-"

A brik little froggy one day
Weat forth aIn the weeds for to play;
A ralnelowd o'er bead
Thundered loudly,
And alild:
"Im going to pour rain right away."
A very nicq toadstool grew nibgh.
To Its shelter the ftay did ble;
"YTou see rm a feler
With a new
go I don't mind your rain-let 'er ay."

the back meat; the lines were looseaed:
Mr. Walker gare the word to the borsea
and off they trotted over the aflst
smoothed, hardest road Tom bad ever
"And how's this young captair n ked
Mr. Walker. pulling Tom's ear gently
and mUllag la his ftac. "Tired. ehM"
"ope, not a bht of It," decared Tom.
"But rm awfully hungry. Bope diners'
aboot ready whee we get thers"
"Why, Tommy," OaR MaMa. touching
Tom's shoulder and speaking In a re-
proachful vote. "What .do you mean by
speaking in such a way? Mr. Walker
will think you left your good manners at
home. if he thinks you ever had any.

I cannot permit you to behave so rudely."
"Well." vociferated Tom In self-defense.
"I am not supposed to act the same berr
as at home. Papa says Western people
say Just what they think and don't make
any pretense. I want to do as they do.
"Tom did not speak with a flatterer's
tongue. He expressed himself quite as be
felt-in a truthful way; but what he
said was considered very complimentary
to the Westernerse by Mr. Walker. lie
sailed ha approval and patting Tom's
shoulder, said: "You're a brick. I've
got your partner at home: a fine fellow
of a papoose that ean bust a broncho as
easy as he cana t nla a chair."
This set Tom to thinking. He wondered
what the you" papooee was like. whether
he would, upon seeing Tom. leap upon
him to try his strength. If so Tom would
show himsot capable. He had not gone
to the 'Gym" for naught He had a
muscle hard as lint aad a fit at the
eat of it. Theo e wondered what It
meant to "bst a broncho."
"And I've a little maiden, named Watha.
who'U bp a match for the little lady
there, too," and Mr. Walker jerked his
thumb In the direction of Fanny. "She's
is bright as a sunflower."
Then Fanny set to wondering about
the little maiden Watha, and whether or
not she had ever heard of a doll. Fanny
supposed, since she had been raised In
this wild country where, perhaps, the
people did not eamv have clothes. that a
doll had never been seen or heard of.
8he was glad she had brought along
several of her prettleot dollies. She
might give oae to the- papoose Watha.
As they tolled along papa and Mr.
Brown talked ever the old days and the
days to come Ia the nearby future. Pres-
ently the d a long. low hill and
beyond It aje home aof the Walkers.
"There we a d Mr. Walker, point-
Ing toward wIprtty two-story white farm
house that Ansed earronnded by fertile,
well-lli1ed *,ftli. About the boe grew
cultivated shade $resa, an orchard In the
rear and at the side a tall windmilli
spread In au arms to the brease.
"Why, c yeo live like a lord. don't
you? Aand All- the people generally
talk of ~ diW a as a barren desert. It
is a garl apot." mid papa.
- *"tV- i r a Teller wants to
make o"ft'" ezptini Mr. Wallnr.
"Down yonder"-pointing to a long Iha
of distant blue, "Is the big river where
we'll all go cas g. Some Interesting
old Indian son and graves are there
for the childAn to tavestigate."
"Oh, that's more like It" exclaimed
Tom, all excitement. "I hope we'll go
lnmorrow. No qp to put It off. .At first
I got awful ma when I found out this
country was ant laihaUted by wild In-
dian and fghtU cowboys: but I guess
we'll find some fan after all If there's
Indile mounds and ravea to look and to
get relies from. Wh I might and the
mummy of a chief."
Of course everybody laughed at poor
Tom's expense; but he did not mind. He
was too full of great expectations, and
looked toward the Une of distant blue
In another Instant they drew up to the
door of the Walker house. Immediately
a pytty, ark-'halrd woman came out
to ifeet tem. Fallowinw her were three
ch 1drea on whom Tom looked with sumr
praise and displeasure. They were not
ppooses at all. He had been deceived.
They were ordinary white children well-
dressed with clean pretty faces. Fanny,
however, was delighted. The Watha-
mald was her own alse and looked up in
Fanny's face and smiled sweetly. Of
course, she knew all about dolls and nice
clothes. Fanny ailed back and made
bold to kis her fAngers to Watha and
call out: "I'm Fanny."
Huh." whispered Tom to Fanny a
they alighted from the wagon. "There
tasnt a thing Indian about the whole
blame place. We've been fooled" Then
be yawned and shook hands with Mrs.
Walker who kissed everybody, excet
pap. Just lIke the a btern w tmen dlTd
But after the flAt pangs of disappoint-
ment were over Tom bean to become
Interested In his mrroundIgs. After all
tiis was very dltfernt to the things he
had been saed to. The mam and boys all
went out to the big trough by dthe wind-
mill to wash their faces and bands. Then
they combed by a little mirror en a back
porch. Tom liked i this much of
hla toet oat of doors. He felt that much
Indian. Then there was that strange
windmill to learn the workings of. It
pumped water lte the houe. Into the
trough of the pig pens. Into the Irri t-
lir ilitches that ran th the garen
and orchard and It fed a lttle pond be-
low the hill wLere Brt. Mr. Walker's
bti boy (and Tom's own age and soeh
told Tom they could take a plunge any
time they cared to. This pond was faull
of floating ducks rAvk. was a souree
of constant wonder to both Tom ad
Fanny. And the garden back of te
house! t re Tom and Fanny went to
work with Watha and Bert eone See
morning pulling weeds ftr the vga
tables. Bert set his company to weed
the onton bed while he anad Watha took
charge of the beets ad beans. Pretty
soon Bert came to see how Te- aad
Fanny were getting on and to hs Ill1-
dlgued horror he toop. they had Ssuo
ceeded by quick work tn puIbtng up all
the little onions and leaving the nicee

weeds. "Ob.h," be said, 'don't you know
"Yes, of course I know onions." an-
swered Tom. holding out a handful of
them. 'These are onions. What's the
matter with your"
"Well, you musn't pull 'em ap." en-
plained Bert. "It's the weeds you want
to get rid of. I reckon we've worked
enough, though, for this time," be 'ildl.
'**-o-o-o!" And Tom understood what
his mistake bad been. "Well. look11
here; I'll put 'em all back In the holes I
pulled them out of. Them we'll pull the
weeds Instead. I thought yoU were pull-
ing up the stuff to eat."
It took some time tor Bert to explain
that since the roots had been torn from
the soil they would never grow again,
even though replanted.
But the worst of all this was that
Fanny ran to the house and told It. In
spite of the loss of a le* bed of onions.
everybody laughed and Tom had to be
the butt of the joke. That Same eyeing
Tom begged Bert to let hi try his hand
at milking. It looked MsMa a s aple taak
to see Bert draw a steady doble white
stream Into the pall with his two hands.
Tom was sure be could do as well. Bert
gave him the stool and Tom grabbed the
cow's udder and arve a bard qugee4
The cow moved uneastly and refeMd the
milk. Tom gave another squeeM* a8d
tug. The cow had never speetaed
such a milk hand and, as she was not the
beat tempered animal la the world. Tom
found himelf suddenly oun1aeing eM
the ground In the spilled milt. Se
picked himself up a sorry sight, and al-
though Bert sympathized geaty with his
city friend in his dilemma, he was obliged
to laugh at the figure the pOr fellow
cut as he went slowly towards the back
door of the boeae, hoping to gt to his
room unseen. But no sueh good IC ath-
tended h Not o ea t la
the pUg, but be w obliged to be the
subject of further laughter. Por Tomt
He was fast cutting his countryy toeth."
But before the flrast week was ever
Tom had mastered many thins be had at
first found so dtimfficult. e learned the
farm from end to end. Then camo the
week of camping and hunting down on'
Bir River. And each a week It was for
alFthe happy children as well as for the
When at last the month was up and the
Browns began their preparations to start
tast Tom sighed heavily and said: "I'm
having the time of my life. Wish It
would last forever. Jest thtk-I've
learned to ride horebaek, heow to make

A mel saterettlag, and at the ame time
amostag, party is called "Seeing Things."
and is given In th way: After all the
little guests have arrived they are eaeted
on the lawn, where seats have been placed
about three feet apart for them. Thea
each guest is siUed with a "seribble
paper" pad and lead pencil and told to
write down whatever he or she can eae.
without rIslag from the seat. In a given
space of time. Usually ave or te rmn-.
utes is the time named for the "Sealag
A master or meatre of ceremolea Is
Installed, with watch la hand, and wheo
the fve almutoe are expired "Pmue Ia
paper" In calle and all pads. signed by
the'write are handed ever to the timn
keeper, who preceefd to read the notes
aloud, avoldlang.t of core, giving the
names of the wrterm Thrie Judges
(growno-p) lst ates aetively to the read
Iag and pass upe the merited of the papers
and award me prins to the two boeo. ue
from a literary stadpolt sad the other
from its humereas oaality. The pa amre
numbered as they are re. la this way
the judges make a mltkees and remain
Ignorant of the peaam to whom they are
awarding te prlt The prima. or the
way, shod eimma et MBage S amof -ew
en or tiny beaMte of r it, hut ashod

sects are warming. A big beem baoo"
hummed past my ear and frightened me
Then It flew to a riabue ain the yard
and is sucking heny. I can a a string
of little sant bhullwng a hail nwlNW
the corner of the high poeb. Is the beel
yard a whit Mtto et e ealmg the
top of the fetoe and mped dOw l the
neighbor's yard. la the hack yard 1 --
also see a bed of beautiful olf-lthim
Gwore A gre M umber bee w
ertng over them. A little girt mw Passed
by on the pavement. hMe had bi"6N
golden curla. led with a -b stba
Her dress was whibt aU4 5I d
Two beavily-eaded drays Just passed I
the street with eoleed drtiMe A eM
ady Is pasalag e the ppieat e af
the street as If afraid to enas alm tOW
seems to be laie. S We s thi aug
and sm[le to me as manIy M '-
basy with pecil and papea. Time i
called, so I ean at see any amea"
The other p read them
June, I r what day. I jst s
Joehany Barte borrow a hai ftaum Fmnaa
Scott to obarpee his pe eb I ai aMW
that his peni was already Serip ea thi
I nsw why be borrowed na's ali
tee: It was done so he eeM peep O r Wan
rrank's paper and me w h* beA wuti
toa. I sw Frnal ve"o pap wth



Cut those anilas eaut ase ter appear, .Pste em heavyr pa'
rapldIy fom right to left and m the whoel ge rInsd. A
lose oe the* maute o aa n will ierd the yeouagtems wrmet mas e-

never be anything expensive.
To give th ittlelittle reders a Id of the
things that are to be aes and chronicled
the contents of two memorandum paper.
which won priss at a recent party of the
kind, are gives here One of these was
written by a girC, and the other by a boy.
It Is not necessary to tell whlch belongs
to which, as the sex of the writer of eseb
paper Ia quite evident. O ran as fol.
"June 10th. rve bee looking about
the yard and bave es three btterties-
one white and two yellow-ead have also
see ase v te mes Isa e tree tho.
samda of ais sate and thr winged In-

. . .- -_ a ,

With aU my heart I wa h I wis
There wasont sna, any Inal
For them 1 would a-Msnrmli' -W
in the aleo oel dephw below.
But Ia the wave. a whale I see,
And he ight pe* swaller a.

hay how to build a camp UO, how to
pite" a test a4,-
"How to milk, slyly sol pap4 with a
twinkle In his eye.
"And bow to weed eateEL, tea" Out la
Mr. Walker with the same a- twinkle
la his eye.
"Tes. and how to ride a t back-
wards!" exclaimed Fa Ny, e any
longer to keep a ret ow eB only to
herself and Tom. The. to T 's pre-
teoded displeasure (but, In trath to his
amusement for he had groew to enjoy a
joke at his own eapeasm), nasy do
eribed tq the amused llt ew Tom
had conided to her Mis de1% to ride a
pig. saying that he had he that f a

hie left hand. Tboe s w Sam Suandee
puach Kitty Martin's rit with hr --rew
to et her to look In the baek pa d t a
white kitten. I eaw Tom Joies wv pe
to Helena May, and I -w eIus make
a face at him. I sow oany a r
It too, I anad Jo a
other. I sow TSea ig1a*
round by hio heir wih a bi
f jaw the bole. tls I w Jet
caterer drive p to he 00 e
leave a lot orf aiab a ban- a
freser of tee-crnam anl n a -
till we should be cone Cowls
ea Tes t h
est TIme5sWba

Some Interesting Facts about David

I Livingstone.

At Bla*tyre, SeoUand. f March k this eppe tNaaf md. o r b9mM 6
iNS, was ebora Davld Liviagstoa. i was oblige to walk easo day tm i a-w
father was MNell tlag eani afteemey tyre to Olanegw. a dtaemeof at a
clerk. His mother iwasa Aea Boar, as be s till kept-_-IMal a Is d
5d 1hbMag$d, N iam father, to the mil dearig the same.
poor, common flI. la M-I Dari Levmd la e eu b glo.
The U itaateog t ftoe y being Ia s er de., where he was eas by i
Unnanedl strait It was fouad eeasary 6do MIealosory Umeaagi as a saaa
to put the lMaideM to we Ito the seatte Per two years he i "dl a-
ills befsg they ha ebtaitaed the me- the classes aad practised Pin,
gre edaemt le at the paria sbeool. It 100 he was graNted the gr of T elo
was at the tender a of 10 that David ele from the a F r Phyranle ap
went to week as "boy-plecer" In the Sergens to Olasg Be was a as
mills. But factory wek dM sot claim spared by deep I-th11 ar foe bi lleow
all David's time.though It retired mIa ma, and be asold s that "Ia t a
constant service from e'lt*e lan the of love which hlstis~ laspei
morning till a o'eloek t te eve resolved to devote myft to the i
It was after this late bo that Daid- tien f homesa mier."
unlike the other w weet little eta Ad soa be followed o the #0 uam
who left the aery to gso to bed-west of a soble heart aad gave h o Le
to his humble home to study far into *msi r eyoe. It wanthi
the fight before seeka hi ilow. It him late Darkest Afrhkie,
Is told a the hby that, a he ew blood-thIrsty Wa eM. --
his mrlags we a to Saiet to firte, through *aa %
arO tCg Ifr the ala the grim SOa.e q
ows that hie parts o Rto him white ma. It was his
for be -to) his at weks fly that separated hMMaE2M
ewage 1t b elf a Ladt mrae dron ad home and o
mar. so mu o e didat a Davwe a wot d trs n nt01
thlresOt e kn ewiegt. pe health= by L do S MSago
tion oet oste was aw t dow t but he md e f iV
did sht th a sead o e a t as h ae da d whic ended o death at l
o the aeed a lcoled -iis, In a lean
later, wlt ie wokg hard to the
mills, emai-a 8ts rest I almMt

to pOve r hiso boo O another VOu

DAr* marymvru.




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concourse of sorrowing friends a"'.l even mn-nimber attnd. about $25. "=
relittve% were pIusent to pay their CHAS. H. BLITSS,
last resnectc to the deceased. The Chairman. Whem Frmes Had we sNftbath.
,.-- It was during the French revolution L B |
of 17S9 that a weekly Sabbath was to- w
tally abolished. The national conven- i
tion which declared France a republic U :
T Hare of WM therh d I determined at the instance of Gebet. j CO
The hzlo cf motheh"od is a divine thing, we a I archbishop of Paris, to abandon Chris- I
revere it. aid we all .:"pre, :" -t ~:at, a ast it has tionity and to substitute instead the j t I
SI' n ~wn. Aptrebenion.te'- .won avd actudi suitering worship of liberty, equality and reason.
S, rvk up its cost, and yet ali t,:s nmigi.t be vA.sly lessened Churches were quickly despoiled and | I1ttili1lilllHIIIlllfIlllflltli*ta
b- the bimplc agency of civic feasts substituted for religious '
\M THER S F EiD, I festivals. The convention also enacted
that time instead of being reckoned
Sliniment dedicated to the easing of from the birth of Christ should there,
-ae*r ng, nd .s atmpanng after count from the birthday of the

Sand the s fap ternl -anew from that date, Sept. 22, 17M2.
anod thing r cf mwr.-1 us A. 'A That the Christian Sabbath might not
frnd in need isa frieindeed," be observed the months wer to con- I
that's w!' at Y other' Frit-nd i. sist of thirty days each, aday atof rest
.Sold at all drug store fore being granted only at the close of each
$1.0oc rpe b" ot!e. Send f decade (every ten days). Under the al I -
or book. Motherhood" rectory established by a new constita- -AN l .LL
tree ff you ask. tion in 17M5 the laws of Rebespierre .
el hM-ewere repealed, the urches were re --_
j ^ ^ ^ ^AmLY AE 0. opened, and Sunday took i ritful IE FRE TR O T
place in the calendar-Pearsna Week- HALF SHELL DAILY AT NICK


m ock to his large number iof re late -
Sand acquaintances. He was a large 7MI
;and fleshy man, and although no t
taken Ill until a few days ago, his con-
dition during all of yesterday was con-
0 sialered extremely critical. The end
came last night about 8 o'clock, when
j he was surrounaed by friends and rela-
t1ves. The deceased had been deputyByLM B* F
harbor master for the past eight or I ll A
-- ten years, and was considered one of W "
the most competent harbor pilots in AS A MATTER OF PRECAU- I 0
the service. S U .
SThe deceased' lost bis wife by death TION ALSO PROI C, YOUR-
honly a few months since, and he leaves SELF AND FIILY ROM
to mourn his loss three small chil- Dr. 1. 6. Herron, one of the oldest
C of drcn. He has a number of relatives, THE MOSQUITOES AND YEL. physicians in the city, was yesterday
however, being a brother-in-law of, found guilty in the municipal court
Messr.,. Thos., Arthur and Jos. I. John- LOW EVER. presided over by Judge Laney, on th4
I san. He had many friends in the city, charge of refusing to allow anitary in
F A L SUITS a where he has resided for a long priodI spectors in the employ of the city, t
JUST OPENED. of years. He was a member of a num- vulpl enter his residence and make an in
her of organizations and societies. The section of the premises and house
f vonu're a hard case to funeral services will be conducted Sul ur P Judge Laney after ending the defen
St or suit. come in and this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. dant guilty, assessed a lne of $25 an(
let's swap experience. We Dr. Porter on Situation. cul r andlesos
kaow just what will look State Health Officer Porter, last ulph r Cn Dr. Herrdn was arrested last week
well on you and you can night, in speaking of the large num- but each day there was a postpone
rest Assured that you will bet of n w cases. said: mri I ent of the case, some excuse being
get the best to be had "I am not disappointed as I forecast- F u lulu U L llpO offereae by the defendant for not being
here. ~'ed eight or ten days ago that we would ready for tral. saturday the court
have such an increase, so It did not WILL DO IT. anonuCed that the case would be tried
--- come unexpected. Now the situation Tuesday, and yesterday morning the
is such that the citizens mut assist in case was called, and the testimony ol
V1AWffImM I- 'n W getting rid of the mosquito, especially W ar a s the sanitary inspector, who was refus-
i ii houses where sickness has occurred. W A JrM ed admittance and that of the city
SThe very first sign of sickness should' pbyaician, were heard.
C. C. oedman Qe. Amra w p b( reported immediately to the health Druggist and Apothecary, The defendant was represented bt
authorities in order that they may ttke E. T. Davis, while the city's interests
....... S .... -S S: 'the proper steps. The bed chamber Phone 109 121 8. Palafox t. were looked after by City Attorney
ot the patient must be first fumigated, Jones.
and then the remainder of the house. The arguments were postponed i
A0 KX WMITr This must be done within the first the case until yesterday afternoon,
three days of the infection. THE C AMPI SHIP whn court aginlened and heard
Wlmter, Marsa6tag dImW "Now, this must be done, and the the attorneys. awards the finding
m Q-_ -rhe health officials are going to mrsist upon S as announced and sentence passed.
SAtt y "@ D it, even though it be necessary to carr'S IN Attorneys for Dr. Herron gave no-
a patient from a sick room in the arms (Continued From First Page) tlce of an appal, and the proper bopA
ana' place him in another room. If we was given pending a decision frommt
want to get rid of this fever in less higher court
T TOLD. n two months the ctiens must a series, while the whirlwind pitching
IERSELY 'OLD. sist the officials. There must be no of Ed. Crane was too much for the harm the weof nature's ret osuon; never
impediments placed in the way of fum- Brooklynm the weakest o tuton; er
igation all should ast Bn thet
iationr and screening, but on the In 1890.the Players' league pennant falls to care summer complaints of
Gerson left at noon yesterday other hand all should cheerfully assist Boston Brooklyn won th y or old. Dr. wler's Extract o
to Jola his wife and child. In the eradication of the mosquito and National league prise and Louisville il Stwberry.
J. Clae Porter left yesterday nn staempig out of the disease." won the association honors.
J. ClarEe Porter ]eft yesterday n~on The physicians are long everything Brooklyn and Louisvile played
for Louisville. Kv., where he will re- aBokbyle towellu i tle see pheal an dlle daeME10aCENTOOZEN
f P oueslweeks.. rhpleasure e- po.s ble as well as the state health few games and after a tie decided to LME 10 TEN
n ome week. o pleasure, authorities to stamp out the disease, finish the series the next season, but AT
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. kobson, of the l ut they are not meeting with that the games were never played. WITE'S RESTAURANT
Robson Theatre Co., are the parents co-operation that should be extended In 1891 Boston captured two cham- A
of a little daughter born Oct. 2. them. Instead of throwing obstacles pionships, the National League and A ALO
in their way the residents should be American Uesodtation. The league CREAM READ DArLY.
Judge John C. Avery hlft yesterday g ad to assist in the work of eradicat- refused to play the association for the
tor Chicago, where he will remain forcing the mosquito, and unless this is championship, and after the amalga- Attention, fteb Sisters.
several days on a business visit. done there is no possible chance of motion in 1892 there was no chance The members of Npm Rebekah
The many friends of Mrs. John stopping the spread of the disease. It tfor genuine contests until four years Lodge, No. 10, are reoested to meet
ts now reached such a stage that this
iil. who t:as been ouite ill for Tsv- ns ne done. and the authorities ins ago, when the American League ex- at 3:30 o'clock Wednesiyayternoon to
ral days, will be pleased to learn t h done. and the uthoities ipanded and rivaled the National Lea- attend tbt ifueral ofPia last sister,
tLat she is fat precovern see that no ore obstacle argue in popularity as well as in Miss Esther agstrom
tt she is fa recover.g. thrown In the way of those who are strength. By order of
There arc a few people who "boast" endeavoring to rid the city of fever. MB DeTIAYER
that thzy "do noi need ads. A few It's folly to suffer from that horrible Noble Grand.
years ago theF s'ae people probably plague of the night, itching piles. 4. A *
asteia that they "did not rca! news- Doan's Ointment cures, quickly an .
paper." 6 ynu se, tiYr are 'inprov- j permanently. At any drug store, 50 1M llnllaWillU lll
lag--even if a little slowly. cents.
Hon. Jas. M. Mulon left on the --et .
moon train yesterday for Louisville, WILLIAM HOWE 0DEPUTIZED
ho aas been absent from the cldy OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE.
for some t e. Mr. Muldon will !)L William Howe yesterday afternoon
bseent from the city for about ten' received a telegram deputizing him to
davs. pall bearers were Clyde Arnette, John act in the position of British vice-con-
SMcNavin. Bruce Daniels, C. C. Good- sul until such time as a successor to
F. E. Brawner received a letter ye- man, Charles Licata and Perry Dick. Vice-Consul Bonar, who expired yes-
ray fro J. Pb who is in ens. terday, be appointed.
Nashville comaining ,10.CO for thie The British authorities were nott- *
fever relief fund. Mr Peble ex- Quite a large number of warrants fled at once of the death of Mr. Bonar,
'essed eregre at the spread of the were issue:l at the police station for and n order that there might bh no
lever here and the ho:e that it might pi-:rsns who had been reported by the delay in the entrance or clearance of
oo:;n be conquered. P sanitary inspectors for allowing stag- British vessels Mr. Howe was appoint- A
P. K. Yonge returned to Pen acolnant water to remain on their prem- ed to act in the capacity of vice-con- =
Monday night. coming from Jackso- isues The inspectors are now payin; sul.
ville where he attended a meeting of os attenion to the stagnant water S M suites
the board of control of state educ- h f i rd a which A AdvertlAg TrIk. io
tiomal institutions. Mr. Yonge h:;l .r'eds mnoquitoes. One of the most amusing incidents
previously been in New York zoing Sam Rosenau leaves today for Nash- relative to sleek advertising was a ---
from thw'e to Jacksonville. }vi;ie. Sam vays his feet are not ccld trick on the Chicago newspapers sev-
The many fi'enid of L. L but that he thinks the Tennessee eral years ago. One of the partnersof S ke and
Hughey, tbh popular agent of the ron7e would feel better in his lungs a firm went into court and fled a bill
Crescent News Co., wihoe new ,:an.d ji:s; at pre ent. and as his lungs con- for injunction to restrain the other
s at the union dep:x. wil t d to 1i'ut a largee pan of his stock. in partner r acriicing the goods in o
know that be ;s r': vin. u o tlde h wants to save tlem it po- their store at figures far tbelow rst i
slape frcom : 8. at,,k of ,l',:,w fe er i cost. ar
which he recen .v suffrd. .1. W. Church. a young white man, The plaintiff set forth in detail that -
The steamr Simbria. with a paRt w-o was arrested somek'ime ago on a his partner had with some insane de-
cargo of kai;,: a:r' .l in 1 a: carge of having broken into Mr. sire marked all the goods in the store | I I
"eoterdat o r i1hCe q an'l in]Cai to a cd O.n that charge wvesterda fin- down below cost. Then he went into
point off th. q a ran in. station. ishted ervin t a sentence in the city details and showed how different arti- l
learne. was a!s beng wed up to jail for vagrancy The newspaper cles were being sacrifced, notwith- M N SI
quarantine in Lh( a! ernoon pr'. a; ro time of Church's arret standing his protest, and asked the S =
'arntne a, n ,k, nf him an a negro. and as -e court to issue an injunction and re- 11110
Seventeen defendants were hefo-e is whit-e he savs he wants the put,- strain the fractions partner. It was
Reorder in he municip ,lc ~to ,fnow it. a s range fight, and the newspapers
,_.'1 ye: ,rd.a. n r.)rninc .nr trial. t i up devoted columns to the 5 &. 5
Of this number two defendant.. wer When o discharged. one case given a sentence on tonds. ad Lemon and Vanilla. At your grc'cer~. lookout for bargains flocked to the OF ALL
Tn. r,- ainz of Basil E. Bogart. ri CITIZENS COMMITrEE. store and purchased goods. Day after
young man who died Sunday nj'r of The menulrs of the Citizen Corn- delay the bearing for an injunction was CIG~ARSB =
yellow fcr were nla-ed at r .T ii mintee who wer'e appointed to assist delayed, and finally, when h free ad. s OC I
8t. John's ceneienrr ,' ,',".: ay morn- the health officers in their flh* had been worked to its end, the suit s
lag. thbe s. rvies be ng conducted at against hel fever, are called to meet was dismisseda without prosecution, the TRY ONE I =
ti home by Rev. J. S Sibley. of th at the ':. hall today at 12 o'clock whole cost to the firm for thousands 5
First Presbyterian church. A lar?- io transa3t importan: business. Let of dollars' worth of advertising being s



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WHIMSICAL CHARITIES. ton Dee. 20, so that thermay a wbe w Nr am e iin me b amm n y MM
ca Christma day." ia of trs lae thwy m- ta
some of Them work Out Very WenI' Willam RobisonU, one time eriff t ot hb01r0t000 s O f th tt" e t
im the *eas a. of the town In which be ved,contrv- d mS.T Thm,, t*4 be ham
Many people who wish to bestow ed to have his memory kept peen at a tori of the mse of war. of pw.
charity have strange ways of carrying much smaller cost than many men m, and be is quk to ate the sabs
out their ideas. Some years ago an weald pay for even a limited mortality. tI peaet of the tale and to eamn the
Englishman named James Moss left By his will he directed that every oemI owf stamlg the M eama sa-
$500 to be invested in land, the rent of Christmas day twelve loaves of bread buhinlg the nemy. The dali-tu
which was to provide five gowns, ac should be given to as many poor wid- lmrm aw r mather's s. Mas dom t
cording to the will, "of a sad blue col- ows. But in order to qualify for the wh girl. by practil aUm tp aft.
or" for as many aged and poor meu loaves the widows must pre ent them- 4w the mothers superv d. The ar
living In the town. selves at the testator's grave and re- and oceupatlons atf blto ass a fSw
Some years ago a Frenchman named celve their Christmas gifts over the aad the procem of aequlrlg a n *d
Bourne died and left to the poor of his bones of their beIefactr.-New York Ms I nnot a Mloa or difafmt
town a few aces of no great value. Herald. .-
For more than two centuries the lands e AW8 ht WPmf
yielded only a few dollars a year. The Three American food plnts-the lW- he' M in
nearest large town began toan corn the poto spre an corn the pot t-haved 1 we
and soon took in these lands. The val- revotionied thefood ptroblh of the 5mtloav noa
ue increased amazingly, so that today cvli zd tw h fo American --t *
Revenue from them amounts t plant, though not a food producer, s
over $10,000 a year. From this sum to th t of nw
sixty-eight poor people draw pensions might be dded, torthis a M of no..
of $50 a year and twenty-four old men tory evl more remafra tbas that d h i @* 11
and women live rent free and enjoy an of the other e ViremarkgelaM S hats n, II
annual present of 20 besides t penetrated far beyond thel boards of
A similar charity, which has benefit- evlUtlosati and made U- wh-erea
ed many people, is that founded by the names of the other t e plants
William France. At his death he left have scarcely bee ha br
lands valued at a few thousand dollars The tomato com of a family whK
for Christmas gifts to his needy fellow e am In the service of malwd.i
townsmen. The revenue has now pass- It gave us Ort of all the potato. The
ed into hundreds and the sum of $22,- Ip t and the cayenne eor rd pep- -
500 is now distribute d annually In the p n thea nne wr pedp opN f TH
town. Of this sum $15,000ahas been per plat, the pretty race of ptplsNIN O
contributed to. a local technical school bealso and the Jer ralece terry, "e
nd an infirmary. One of the strang- a m t"ere and u ae t CLASSICAL SCHO L
est of these charities l ovideda sum ant of old a d ga l At a meeting of the advlwy bea
of money with the direction that "on matrimony bub; the fremn thames 'of the Pe.sacola Clasleal t eb.rl M
Sunday after divine service was per- p m h herb Iad0, of ept. 190 it was fou-a-dvieattesb
formed there should be an annual cere-. a mn d teal importance. Or wy. ptpe t, e n
mony of throwing bread and cheese out idgreat media enal Impmortane. Oum waw iy m t the ef tof tim
of the church steepip among the spes-' whe rhe errt e to ties prewtalL
tators and giving them ale." The cus antm, is sh a kasmfb m- ew M H. ILnT AllMnn01,
tor was established by two women- Prt-l-
Another benefient act was by a man ... .., ,,, ,,
named Henry. Greene of Loadoq He
was an odd character, who eed 1In
the egbteen century =4d bad eaud-,
erabe amv. eso left a mesmus- -wM
ey. tp latest f wieh s to be
spea -anns Oyut ou W"- -o ON l
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That not to read the store-advertieo-
meats is "negative extravagance" is
positive truth?
Your nevt shopping trip may cost
you a few dollars more than is neces-
sary if you do not read all of the
store advertisements before you start.
Competition is not dead. Your
THING to any merchant in th!s city.
If You r-ad the ads. you will he sur-
prised to learn what concessions the
merchant's make to secure your
"A heavy purse makes ?- light
heart," and the weight of your purse
depends, usually, upon the amouin: of
time you have devoted to reading the
ads. before making your purchases.
It is by studying little things that
we atiain the great art of ba-.-!ng as
little misery and as much happiness
as possible." Reading the advertise-
ments cultivates the habit of "study-
ing little things."

It's poor satisfaction to have your ed that it would afford the Recorder a
-MMa "MO I N" Gver- ma | i neighbor tell you about the wonderful great deal of pleasure to support, but
l OM, jX ~ II bargain sale-after It is all over. Of from past experience, we are quite
_I__ -Ithe next one O0T YOUR IMFORMA- sure they would not at all suit the
Pn-ACOLA. FLORIDA, WDNMISDAY MORNING. OCTOBEmR 11. 1905 TION IN T the ds. might be elected.
S The housewife who always buys in Brother Jasper News, how would
... --.......... tween a consistent anoa persistent fed- the best market-who reads the ads. T. A. Jennings, of Pensacola. suit you?
*eval supervision and a system that i and saves a dime here and a dollar He is a former Hamilton county boy.
W1rME IT 88 TO -I POUND..* cowessedly cannot conduct a campaign i there on her purchases-really, in eof. And he is known all over the state for
S- against the mosquito. The marine feet, "raises the salary" of h'r bus- lis many excellent qualitles.-Madison
S The Peaool ralm I lto b0 hespetal service has already demon- band. Recorder.
ee t the allowing place in etrated in its work at New Orleans its! e- a
the city: p.wer to cope with the fever mosqui-. Opportunities to buy at an advan-
fty et. to. It is plain to all that if Dr. White tage are as important as are oppor- A Possible Clew.
4 C's eek Se6e. tad been in charge of health matters in tunities to sell at an advantage. Ad- There may be some brave men at
Depot NeWm toad New Orleans in May there would hav? vertising brings you the latter-read. Pensacola, but the fellow who sent Dr.
S Ge eeok etore. ben no fever in this country this year. Ing the ads. brings you the former. I J. Y. Porter, state health officer, that
Meesbles Netal. The inefflciency of state and local letter threatening the doctor with
others "e16L *quarantines, ,each bending to this or A business man who knows the ne- bodily harm if he did not leave IBat
S Ths1aas BSeak 8tme 0 that branch of trade, and none effi- cessity of "studying the market" in city is not one of them. Dr. Porter
r. W W .nm 1i Crem Parer. cent. is established. Such quaran- the management of his business, 1has not left that city yet, and says he
W slm'S News batd. tines belong to the unscientific past, should be anxious to have his wife fs a sticker as long as yellow jack
S W aiMse Beek srem. and something better is needed in the "study the market" in the manag.-1 stays. The fellow probably is one of
Future, and congress can furnish that. !ment of the home-to purchase things those discharged as a sanitary patrol-
-- But a federal control of internation- "after reading the ads." man, whose worthlessness was dis-
al and interstate quarantine does not covered.---Jcksonville Metropolis.
ODING AWAY? and should not relieve local boards of V-- AMUSING JOKES. *
Se health from rendering all the assist- -
4*111~ PM1 1y' sin onace they can in combating the fever S*ame lat *1wav seem Paye *a Death of Dr. Boulter.
4-ma 4ew W ef hA mosquito. General sanitation is as amebers eo f eat t se eaSetses. The many friends here of Dr. Boul-
tis er, Pi needful as it ever has been. Sewerage Nothing is so funny-to the Joker-as ter will regret to hear of his death in
ana' general drainage are b no means the development of a practical Joke or Pensacola. Dr. Boulter was taken
shelved by the mosquitoes theory, sim- ts de et ar Jwith yellow fever last Friday, and died
719 Slate T i ply because the individual should be hoax, and the mast lned are some- Monday night. The gentleman prac-
- TA kept in the highest possible degree of tknes fooled in this way, to their great ticed his profession in this city for a
U- --W d F oridaOnUgm vigor. In that way he is kept in a discomfiture. An amusing hoax was short while and went from here to Pen-
A lew days ago the overelga state position to render harmless many an perpetrated on the learned members of secola about five years ago. He made
f Aransas quarated a st attack of the fever or malaria moe- The mfrie Antiquan society of many ,friends while here, all of whom
Squito that would be deadly were he in te Dumr Antquarian society of express sorrow at his eatih.-Milton
Florida oranges, bt later modified an enfeebled condition. Local and state Londan, when an alleged Greek charm, Index.
the gi-atinae so as to permit the boaraft of health will still be needful said to have been taken from the dead v <
rWlsa ftWt o psi -throgh" Ar- They should co-operate with the ma- body 9t a Bedouln, was presented for .8epulchral Monuments." Gough had
kaa. iMtd it cn. hRm no i- ne hospital service. The two should ei inspection and admiration. It criticized a drawing by Steevens ra
fed ts and was p eced by work cordialln wh y t should not. TheCongress was said to have been an heirloom in their mercilessly, t ae latter forth-
cemes can pass an act that will not trespass the Bedouin's family for many centu- with planned a e"NP which should
We were at a lo for some time to upon the proper rights of the states, ries and consisted of a scrap of skin on hold up antiqultl Ndleule. Procur-
secoont for the density f intellect whilee it retains to the federal govern- which was transcribed a mysterious Ing a flat piece of stone, he scrate ed
whc bnient powers that protect Interstate leged. It was circulated among the on It, in Ang-8azen characters, the
which m neeasenarlly be a prece- a International commerce. neither of I Inseriptilo, "t *ardenut drank a
deat to auh action an the one noted, which the states are competent to members of the august boy of the An- winehbtn d taj, d about him and
but light to at lest beginning to break transact or handle. A state has no uaran society until t ll tothe died," and t peed in a shop
dweb we nmore jurisdiction over affairs relating hands of Dr. Semp, w mid muchwhich Gough was in the habit of visit-
and we believe we can understand, in zt interstate commerce than the gen- amuemet, eciped -thoe hierglyph.- .i .
part, the sint lar perversity o edg. ea-l government has over business go- le as "Old Bob Rid0le, O," the refrain A few dayslater Gough called at the
meat which was resposlble for tie inl on between two Interior countries. Of an old song. tpw sawtlate Goh clled attod
qarantime. Oongree." says the constitution, One of the best of these Jsoke was h. sw theblab, Swhich, he was told,
The fat of the matter is, Ark power to regulate com- practiced with considerable success by the supposede it fnardnleanueos pal-
sThe of the matte, tha. t rki-n mere with foreign nations, and antong an eighteenth century wit, who pro-. ace, andep r at aris and fortes p
as seems to be full of that kind of the several states, and with the Indian tested to have unearthed an ancient c actrried o emp at his good fortune,
people-ordinary people as well as tribes." The preservation of such com- memorial slab on whchthis epitaph of care atotaran vamp ae a discovery
health offcers-and to prove the fac mere from wasting cisea:e is nects- was Just decipherable: of rare antiquarian value. He showed
we ebait below the copy of a letter aly al, and Congress should it with pride to his fellow members of
Sreeived by Myelow the copy of a letterdo lt@ duty. BEN A. TH. TII the Socile of Antiquaries, a paper
lest received by Mayor Bliss from an ONERE. P08 .ZT.
aea who thinks e ha se in- CLAU, COSB tiR. TRIP Was written on it, a learned discussion
rkan who think he ha ome in Seven years ago a Birmingham law- E. LERO, IMP. lowed and the scription was pub
formation to sell. The letter, exactly year bought a lot for $275. and, a few IN. (T. ON1A. D). Itshed in the Gentleman's Magazine
as It is written, Is a follows: days ago he sild it for $10,000. Come TH. HI. .C. Steevens' triumph was complete whe
to Birmingham and get rich suddenly. ON. BOR. XT. J. A. Z he took the public Into his secret and
coleman Drew co Ark oct 4 1905 -Age-Herald. In vain did archaeologists and lhn- laughed with them, but what his vie-
hyor of Pensacola Eighteen months ago a Pensacolian guests rack their brains to find a solu- tu's feelings and language were It
1ti rite to know what you would Be was offered a block for $600-and tion of this cryptic inscription, which would not hael been plguable weto eI-
willing to Pay to learn what cause would not have been possible to e
the yellow fever and whire it .tart. I didn't buy It. Today the same prop- its discoverer "humbly dedicated to press in print.
am sure that i can show what the erty is valued at $3500. Come hither the penetrating geniuses of Oxford Something over fifty years ago the
abuse and whar it start from if I and' get rich suddenly. Cambridge, Ston and the learned So- ingenuity of antiquarians was tested
would not not to oeta cent until I Didclety of Antiquaries," and it was onl7 by a legend faintly traced on a time
ye state certainly would be willing be Kansas farirrr having concluded when It had driven the cleverest mn worn slab of stone whlth, so its dis-
to Pay her Pas for that I rcae to his annual growl about scarce In England almost out of their wits covered said, had been unearthed dur-
that I rote to Presdent Rooevelt, gov a l owl about sart of that the following reading was sug- Ing some excavations In Cumberland
Blanchard. gay Varderman mayor of farm help has now burst forth in a gested by the hoaxer: "Beneath this ThMs was the inscrption:
Neworieaas denunciation of the railroads for not stone reposeth Claud Coster, tripe sell- TH. IeI. AHAR. DNt. TC RA
re member if I could not it would not furnishing enough cars to move the er, of Impington, as doth his consort AARDN TOC.
cost a ceut (trhicr o.The carsrt e theeJane."** "C.X
yours truly A. G Thompson corn crop. The hisker State is never cleer f rathe Bt what language was It and what
satisfied 1t, too, was a clever, If rathercould it mean? The accepted opinion
Now. we submit, a state tht can heactless, oke which Steevens, the was that the legend referred In some
produce citizen who i capable of, Birmingam i going to take a halt akepeare scholar, played on Gough way to Hardicanute or Hardnt, but
prodlue a ci tien ra#u 1wai niirnnho l heun capable Cfl- rihmoaeaalknown to posterity as the author of haw,.u, ,.4.,.,
eb o-------h.l.--

fucth an e uu. as the above. is capable of being responsible for anything, and Roosevelt's visit The President will
we shall not be surprised if Arkansas remain there two hours and the other
coatteufe to refuse FlTorida oranges iten will probably be necessary to re-
UWll the prewnt orange orchard. ,uf- orver from the shock.

for another fr'i.ze and new trees grow-
up to take the lace of the present'

Federal C mtrol
Of Quarantine.
The question of Naional control of
quarantine has heen JdiOcus.ed pro anl
emn by the newspaport- of the country
exTr sdce the first outbreak of vyllow
fever in New Orleans. and The Journal
was one of the first ito vitorous'y ad-
vocate the adoption (if a measure by
ecngress placing 'he control of quaran-
time absolutely with the Federal gov-
ernmeni. Th-e following clipping from
the New York Times and comment
thereon by the Birmingham Age-Herald
la this connection. is particularly per-

"tf." says the conservative New York
Times. "Congress shall transfer the
eoatrol of the whole question of quar-
antine. 'xtaa!n an,; internal, to one of
the federal departments with supreme
powers for thn protection of interstate
commerce and the rights of citizens.
those who denounce such action as an
aInvasion ol the rights and powers of
the states may remember that it wasi
Rat taken until it became necessary.
by reason of the fact that state and lo-
eas powers were abused "
The nearly-won victory at New Or-
lofs, where the marine hospital serv-
w Isk in full control, and the unhappy
emmdttion of Pensacola, where state
edd local boards of health reig a w-
pasmI ulustrate the difference be-

Now that the Presid-nt Is about to
take another junket the old question of
the Presiden:'s traveling expenses is
due to b? rehashel

The Joamnal Pfatead D-
Ing September, 1905,
a Totaf of

cMp eU

Mconemry In CaL
Coal is vital. About three big brain- OF *T O of
ed men out of 7,000 know the size they
require for their furnaces-just about
three. The other 6,197 take anything A
the dealer sends along. regardless of AILYV
the number of rooms to be heated, eise
of smoke flue. damle-r. draft, cold air The following figures show The Pen-
box. et. Results: Fifty per cent more sacola Journal's circulation for eaca
cci used than is ae. essary and not day during the mouth of September,
t enousd thao n is around. no19o with the average number of
Eveu the moZat ordinary Intelligence pies t 1 ,5,000 Set. 16,
Is not applied to the question of coal ept 2. 5,000 Sept. 17, 5,580.
consumption at home with a view to pt. 3, 200 Set. 1,
economy nand efficiency. A dealer, look- sept. 4. ..... t 1 30
Ing at my furnace, said. "Egg coal," Sept. 5, 5.000 Sept. o, S300A
and delivered fifteen tons. Egg coal! Sept. 6, 5,000 Sept. 21, a&
Must have bten ganged to ostrich eggs. Sept. 7, 6.2O0 Sept. 22, %,W
Some of the lumps were six inches Sept. 8, 5,200 St. 23, Ls2 M
long and nearly three Inches In diam- Sept. 9, 5,200 St 24, 5M
eter. Three tons a month kept the Sept. 10, 5,500 Sept. .,.
Queen Anne or Elizabeth shack down Sept. 11, .. Spt. 26, 5A
to about '56 degrees. and as a re-n- Sept. 12, 5,0 Sept. 27, $m4
forcement we bought gas radiators. e 1t 5,300 Sept.. 2 s &
Coal bill $1S a month, gas bill $14. My Sept. 15, 300 Sto ^ 0, pt
neighbor after six years of experience Total for the month....... 1i
and a modicum of brain power used Averge per day........ ... G
pea coal and had a royal good fire night I hereby certify that the above amw
and day; a ton and a half a month and amat is corret acordiua to te Ma e
no gas. His furnace and niall of its words on file In this o ffo
equipment were exactly Ike my own. FRE) A. #WWNW
Sense and no oesee. In the aggregate CircuNtatOb Mr.V
vast sums are wasted thrgh igno- Swor to and sUbscr-bed before me
rance of how to use coal and gas.- this 30th day of September, 1S.
ew Yt J" P. 81OK9 .

ueviu i Iat specuia tuon VenU waus
dumb, until the wicked joker had the
effrontery to confess that he himself
had chiseled the Inscription, of which
the true translation was: "This is a
hard nut to crack." And So it was.-
London Answers.

"I don't like the way every man we
meet stares at you, Ethel.0
"Well, you don't expect them to!
stare at onI surely. mA.I

If v

The Way to Fight It.
The trouble with some people is ttha
they do not Aght yellow fever in the
proper way. If you stand up to It,
Marquis of Queenabury rules, like they
do in Pensacola, it will get the best
of you. The sooner you, take'to your
bed and send' for the doctor, the bet
ter your chances.--Oainesvtllle 8n.
He Undoubtedly Will.
Dr. Porter has received several
threatening and insulting communies
tions within the past few days but he
continues to fight the yellow fever.
The good people of Pensaeola are mak.
ing efforts to locate the writer of the
letters and when they-do we rater,
think he will get all that's coming to
him.-Madison New Enterprise.

"Before you married me," be eNe
plalaed, "yen mad to say that t e
waHs't another ma Ilk me In la the
"Yea, and now," replied the wife t-
terly, "I bsould not like to think *at
there was."


You There!

Hold up Your Head
Quit Talking Yellow
Fever; attend to
business and go to




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At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905,
Dr. Rudolph Matds addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibill.
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care
of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of
the mode of transmission of this disease 4y the mosquito."
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow after
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties In this dineese,
which he had utillsed in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub.
listed for the benefit of The Journal's reader as follows:
1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, Infectious, febrile disease
which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible Individuals through the
agency of mosquitoes; and. a t as known, by the Alagl species, the Stet
omyla i clata, whieb Is the common domestic or cistern mosquito at New
Orteans. ad in fact of il the mlocalities :a which yellow fever prevafl.
2. The germ or transmiaalble potson of yellow fever exita in the blood
of yellow fever patients only drth the first three days of the disease; after
wards the patient ceases to be a eate to t health of othem. Hefae the
importance of recording the very hour when the attak first began.
& The mosquito (Stegolpyta rnl ata) is powerless to convey the dta-
eae to a susceptible peOes by e bite until at least twelve days ae lapedh"
after btinag the yellow fver ttflttt This period of incubation ia te mos-
quito is the time that is required for the ger o t the dieeae to breed t the
body f the mosquito and to mi te from the Insect's stomach to itse livary
glands. The United Btates Army YTeuow Fever Commaissnion found, in 10,
that in Cuba this period vtere from twelve damIs, n the hot summer Uoathu
to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season.
4. After Incubatling the Y1w tr6 germ ta I ts body daring the period

Datf1 of the Trehwl Nurse.

1. No Marse Uan be considered as trained in the management of yellow
* fever ti the ght dt pIent, accepted, knowledge males she realles tally,
earnestly. ad0esas0 i aely, that the disease Is tr nmitted solely by neo
quitoes, and that t Is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find their way
J therein.
S. That as the Inseparable attendeat at the bedside of the patilet she
must cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as pears
dian of the public health. The trained narse la this capacity becoming direet
ly the most etelent and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
of yellow fever in Infeeted localfltes. tpon her Intelligent appreclaboa of
r the mode of translesmton of this disease, her personal safety (itf e is as
D non-Immune) sad the protection at the family and the entire household o
the patient, (especially if these ae not immunees) largely, It not abtr,
S. Every nurse must bear In mind that the most malignant yelaw fsev
patient Is iboseus ad absolutey harmies to even the most semapt
non-immune, if the prove precatons are taken to prevmet the a"es l
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatestt freedom of personal cotact and latereourse me there
fore be permitted between the yellow fever stek sad the well it ohe sck
room, and provided the Innoulation of mosquitoes, by biting th pte
during the Arst tre days at the disease, Is absolutely prevented.
5. The alsiam trained arse Ia st satisfactorily accompl i a
patient, ueriftng from ry kind at fever, in localities Infected wie
fever, who Is oedded to her care, Is allowed to be bitten by a Id le
even If the fever wt poveNo Bt to he yellow (ever. Mo= q* te are
and harfal 'even It not Infective oa the pis t. Hdt at be p
as an evideae at negdet, If he shews evitaces ef mosquito stings.
C. No ltrae can consider herself a trained yellow fever nrsae w ag -
has made he-elf thoroughly famlliawith the weapons whiah adlehee ud
experience have gyive her teeeg boer nsemIneted paieata a-
those ptwme;*wo are depa 4 e "t 'a e00 ge aema rtl omily
from the inLeeted.
7. The weapons of offense end defense that the nurse must learn to
handle in pgotedlag her patients are:
(A) The Meeqills Bar (Iebinat Preferred), to letIMte Patie lgi IO f ad.
1. The netting o bare must have meeshes ne enough to prevent the
passage of mosquitoes
2. Moqultoes a bite through mosquito nets when ay part of the
patient's ibod is In cotract with the netting.
3. Proauent exai tIons* should be made to see that there war an tor
places in the setting a" that so moqgaltoes have found a lodgaig aside.
The netting alould be well tucked In to keep theo oqgoe. ftw.
5. It maoeqltoes are found within the nettnlag they should be killed is
side, not merely drive or shaken out.
4. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the ph skeeiam
awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This Is par-
ticularly important Ia dealing with mild fevers, especially nt lafte aMW
children In localities liable to infection with yellow fever. Thdisease me
ifeste Itelf Is such .a mild form in Infanatle and early childhood, that It i
likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildneas of the symp
tome the usual preeautioas are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
spread the digese without molestation. The mild or unrecognised cases ari,
for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
All opeaaings leading to the siok chamber should be screened. Omide
of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provisloaal screens
can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
secured to the openings of the sick room.
(C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumlgaetmh
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (hlseet powder) to 6MtJ*
possibly Infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fea .
Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, and If used In proper quaMty
will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pnonds In an average room is to-
clent if the room be cloned; more accurately, two pounds of sulpher to Rge
cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities: and oae pound of
Insect powder to 1000 cubic feet will suace to stupify the mosquitoes The
mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burat. Two
hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite suMcient la ordinary cases. 'ae
fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonal spriMle
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
The tumlgation done in the morning, so that the room will be
free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably In ry weather. Whem-
ever the coaditlon of the patient will permit, a room adjolning the e*
occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepa l
the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the dthoe
fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
The work of dsinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as -t
is now conducted by the Health Authrotlies, Immediately after a Y
the attedin physician. But in isolated localities or when delay .a
Ing sanitary relief Is unavoidable, the physician and nurse mut ideti.e
meiaberM of the household in applying the prescribed regulations,
Additisal precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the Hea s
Authorities la charge of sanitation In New Orleans during the prseit
Remove all ornaments of metal, such as braMs copper, sliver a d I
from the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a. Mtat *Ni a
which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the abjgat. -
with paper, or with a thia coating of vameliae applied with a bra -
Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric mate atW- tr.
oughly shaktngr Opea all drawers and doors of furniture aMd eaga.
The ream should be closed and made a tight as possible by al
openinaa la i htnaey, Boor, walls, keyholes aad cracks aem wIO
Ceylees can be closed by pasting stripe of paper (old -e-- n pw
hem wth a paste made of flour.
The lphr should be placed in a iron pot, lat skfle a
his placed on ris toIn a tub or other convenient water W=a"-"
SasIn f Water in the bottom. This Is a precaution wlethe ento
mard aaM t accidents, as the sulphur Is liable to bp tr g get 0 to
the holns.
The ulpehur Is readily ignited by sprinkling aleotl mu i e Buat-iM,
Te aAet shoIld be kept closed for two haaow ei r .p "
3OTW'-fafl the cabic contents of the roo, h at
he mmr dth, sad this total by the helt, S ai.
ad the reu will e the amount of eulphur r
TShe' e a 9om 11 feet beg. 10J--

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Ie*>:ze e l *s*s Sthlw* l- is BMW 1,lp R 1 the
entire pe tfts t narR wne a y kted over 1 the1"
V ~IbaT a scoes t water. (OlterUa) Walter Re w as to Mllte
v -n L -I yelBw tever wih a 8tesvoeeso a doe" a ow Guamten V e->mm
101 day old. [Note-According to A lnise Stagomyin q lpt- ag j-it
Acan only be 0oatd to bitentil four da old. With baes lta selneh ay
S DLpree, It bites withot eoaxinj within tweaty-four hears after egagl0 g t-b
the pups cas It was believe, at one time, that: (1) the mo a gft-'
.bitinog n.c does not appear to bite a second time, or at leat tm 9 of
seven days have elapsed; but Dpree says that the StaogWylba ise Nl
Some Get Their Preferenee. that have been isolated and reared apart from the males w f bite g~pUW
There Is a certain number of peopt? and freqMU1tl. Probably after they have digested their blood memi0 U lbM
There is a certain number f peopl? withinthreetov days aft MerM
in Pensacola who prefer to be angels Ano A peod, aryin g fro two tofive daday, suays aft elaperses after
rather than to own up that tey have of an infected mosquito before the symptoms ot yellow fever e wi dea l p l
got yellow fever. They need not wor, the human stibe t. (This is the incbtions period of yellow fever, ad the
r), as they will probably be "purtfed United States Army Yellow t 'ever Commission found that ia thinrtem eses
before reaching the heavenly real=.- of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes St j a t
Gainesville yun. from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen borts, after innoiulatelm)
* 086. pFrom the above, we gather that If an adult Stegomyla p esta s i tes
Tampa Is bedding Tears, a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, It wM have
Pensacola has the sympathy of avery to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (ta
loyal citizen in the country. Tampa period in the mosquito); then, it it bites a susceptible person at the atirs.
has shed many a sympathetic tear over tion of this tim, two to five days must elapse for the disease to mafe it
the adversity of our sister city.-Tam- self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimating the probable spetd t
pa Tribune. yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his giIrm.a.
* t ment. a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapsebefore
An Admirable Suggestion. the success or failure of any preventive measures, O eted towards tbo ed.
The Pensacola Journal says that Ar- traction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that weasso
kansti has quarantined Florida days may elapse before mosquito infected from the first case may be a
oranges. Now. if all the states would susceptible pereo, this period of observation should be lengtheset to thirty
quarantine Florida oranges It would days, which is the time given by the heath authorities of New Orleans In tLe
give the oranges a chance to e ripe present epidemic, to determine it a focus will develop rom ans infected ease
before they are marketed', which would after its first appraace In a given locality.
be a good thing all rotnd. Florma 7. The Stenmyla sFascata cannot convey yellow fever daring the Uise
oranges should be "quaraltined" ever that the poison Is Incubating n ts body (twelve to eighteen dayss. i ma-
Year till the fruit gets and fit to bite freely and repeatedly during this period, bht Its bite In lusons; neither
eat.-Leesburg Commercial. does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitter peron.
* S8. Yellow fever Is not transmitted or cornveyed by femiOs IL .L arttclels
Take a Hopeful View. or Inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow ever pafo nts or
Te llope l e we sti e t their Imedlate serrounditgs.) Heoce the disinfection of eloatIng beddlng
The yellow fever situation does not or merchandIse supposedly soiled or cntamituated by mtaet or ~Rltty
change very materially at Pensacola. with the maink, itos unnecessary.
One day it appears to be better while i. The bodies or cadavers of the dead from yellow fwer i m tIncapable of
the next there Is an increase In the transmitting the disease unless death ocrs within the first th days
number of cases. The Journal and the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only If mosquitoes are allowed to
tPensacola's citizens generally take a bite the body before decomposition has set is.
very hopeful view of the situation and 10. There Is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the blac
still expect to see the disease stamped vomit, evacuastions, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.I
out before frost.-Marianna Times- 11. An attach of yellow fever ca msed as it always is, by the bite at the
Courier. Stegomyia, confers Imuanity against subsequent attacks of the disease.






Governor T. A. Jennilnga.
The Recorder and the Jasper News
differ very materially on most public
questions and concerning the majori-
ty of men who offer for office. We
doubtless agree in wanting honest, cap-
able, sober and industrious men elect-
ed to offie angf in desiring those poli-
cies enforced that are for the progress
and prosperity of the masses of the
people. We differ very much as to what
men and measures will do most for
the advancement and happiness of the
people. Among the men who have thus
far beeu mentioned In connection with
the next gubernatorial race, some have
been mentioned that would suit the
News but the Recorder is frank to say
that we 'could' not conscientiously sup-
port them. Some have been mention-



0, OCTOBER 11, 1905



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Spesis to The JournaL
le Oct. 10.- e uder- SI S
stard that MNeeoge has quarantined
s hles the woVed and that no one is
to go or come under any con-
Merstsa. We suppose this I a good
,7 to keep out yellow fever, but at
the sme time it works a great deal of
harasps and laconvemmece to a lot I U
of pseple that do sot have anything
to do with yellow fever.
Owr i hbs qte number of b do
PUNNl T refugee. In it and p to P. ULi r tM h PlraiSs the Effi-
4so tmre has not been a case of yel- .* -
low WW amo& g M and we have not Cint Wft AM wB isu t
ru. mtis -a-iatt .ayone. Oces-
-*mNlly a. & pple of excitement tz e Use of iik s.
Caused by the report at a case of yel-
low ewer la owr m4ist bt it always
wiGu Ot to be some other kind of
.er And still we have lots of m oe Mayor Bliss has revived t~ follow-
qoftoes, but reckon they must be of i g letter from P. Llndestruth, re-
the harmless kind and while we eight garding the spraying machines, which
th all the time hey till come. the ity is now n an effort 'o
.Kt as hope that we will remain cear stamp out the moqugiton
of the dreaded to ia. mp out the mos to:
school No. 5 at Roberts opened up Pensacola, Fla.. Oct. 10, 1905.
trillantly the rmt of the present Hon. Chas. H. Bliss, Mayor of Pensa-
moath and something over a hun- cola Florida.
dred pupils were enrolled. Prof. J. Dear Sir-1 wish to express to you
.sad Solon R. Tate. Miss lAura Bow- my satisfaction of the results of your
sMaf and that noble lady Mrs. Mitche4l spraying machine In destroying mos-
o asW held down grades o. one. quitoes. Just north of my store Is a
two and three for so long. are the stairway, and the earth beneath this
teachers. Further comment Is u10insAs is constantly damp having no expo-
as these old experienced teeener's sure to the sunllht. Fumigation
kuw their business in the school proved entirely inerective owing to
room. This is Prof. J. M. Tate's the large cracks and holes In the stair-
twenty seventh term as principle of way. Yoar spraying machine, how.
school No. .6 which undoubtedly is a ever, is the only effective meass I
sood recommendation for him. have yet found of destroying these
Mr. John Brewton, one of the yellow i mosquitoes.
ever refugees received a message this I thank you very kindly for the use
morning to go with four men to Olive! of them today again, for the good they
....__ Ihave done.
S Yours very truly,

i V where they will gage in general
Fence repairing. T7% Is something
*1s Om memm, -**o am- I wM m ob that will have the aproval of all the
*- S, **S*_1*' ,, .citisns livtg alomg this lIne of the
.s-* o* "i i I war amA i road as the ftmen ea gates are badly
i1 nomIIa mmmm 1 *i m0 oAs i in need of repair and wile we dislike
t a mt t. I hew. e565.
.... 0m I .-,U3 &. h la m '. to give Mr. Brewivm up we are gfad
to know that he hae a lucrative posi-
tion with the L. A N. X. R., again.
6 J h 1r 'Recent rain and wind etorm have
f caused considerableG daage to ha4
and sugar cane: also mall garden
seeds have suffered to some nat.
Aside from a few scattered csses
tager 1meSour little town 18 very healthy at


our" amftCbmo or 39 an


(Oonitnued From First Page.)



Expired Early Yesterday l iong
After an Illness of Less

Than a Weel

rrederick Bonar, British vice-con-
sul, who had been ill for less than a
week with yellow fever, passed away
early yesterday morning. He began
sinking during the early morning
hours, and when The Journal went
to press was in a dying condition.
Mr. Bonar came to Pensacola exact-
ly five years ago yesterday, having
been appointed to the vice-consulate
of Great Britlan at this port. He
came here from Brest, France, where
he had been holding a similar position
for a number of years. His entire
family Is prominent in the consular
service of England, his father being
stationed in Paris, while his brother
is consul general to Japan. He alqo
leaves a loving wife and two small
children to mourn his loss, in addition
to a large circle of friends, with whom
he became acquainted during his resi-
dence In this city.
Mr. Bonar had expert treatment
during his illness, but the feve.- had
gained headway before the eummon-
ing of a physicians, and could not be
The remains were placed at rest
yestartay afttnoon in the Britith
section of St. John's cemetery, Rev.
P. H. Whaley conducting the services
at 3:45 o'clock. The pall bearers
were Fred 0. Howe. Geo. W. Howe,
William *ewe, Vice-Consul Berrae. of
Spain, and Vice-Consul Vidal of Cuba
and Guatemala.

Pensacola, Fla, Oct 10, 1905.
Editor Pensacola Journal:
Inasmuch as our honorable mayor.
Mr. Bliss, is taking so much interest
in the yellow fever patients, north
white and colored, and Is strlvlng so
hard to stamp out the disease, I
think it nothing but right and fitting
that he should be presented with a
horse ahd buggy by the citizens of the
city, in order that he may be able to
cover a larger territory.
I will start the list with a donation
of $5.00.

Miss sBather Bngstrom, an estimable
young lady, who had many friends and
acquaintances, expired yesterday at
her home, No. 1109 Oadsden street, of
consumption, from which disease she
had been a sufferer for several months.
For the past few weeks she has been
smnking rapidly, the end coming yes-
terday afternoon, when she was sur-
rounded by her family and friends.
The young lady was a member of
Naomi Rebekah Lodge, No. 10, and the
members of that order will attend the
funeral services this afternoon in a

"To my mind two things strike the
eoberver vividly when standing etoe
to wild elephants in thbar nattU
haunts," writes a traveler. "The me
is the gigantic size and his own com-
parative smallness. The other is the
expremm of the e. This ornan,
wich ai surprisingly small In propor-
non to O w of the animal ad et
tr back In the head, is ot a pals blue
esor much resembling that of a wall
eye Ina a horse. Even when oan e-
phant is at rest his eye has an eoom.
fortabtv W I and mina1ter look."

To leave off Cf
and take on


TV UQUB w pus .
MWayats pied

aleswoen's Peril

Fast Dbat b I MNrokley's Dmasgrees
Nas" aw epoin owe
iave you evr =~oght why so many
Sor irs rather walk n bo
thaa st- till for ten minutes?
*.& 19 AM=aaR

e' and oil deposited where necessary.
The federal authorities consider the
fever now 6o completely .mder control
that it is unnecessary to do the gener-
al work for which large forces of men
has been employed. Aside from the
fact that sickness is waning, under
the mosquito theory a stegomyla which
becomes infected from now on will not
be able to transmit the disease for
twenty days after infection, which
will carry the fight close to the frost
period. There may be from now on a
fluctuation in the number of deaths
from the diminishing number of cases
under treatment due to extreme tem-
perature changes, but Dr. White be-
lieves the crisis has long since passed.
Even if sporadic cases do appear until
frost comes the federal authorities
deem the fight almost a complete sue-
cess for the fever has been brought
under control under the most adverse
conditions and almost stamped' out at
a period when it usually rages fiercely.




brief Fund Is Getting Low, and
C!tz| as Urged to

The fund which has been subscrib-
ed by citizens of the city to the cause
of hearing for the poor and helpless
who may be stricken with the yellow
fever and for assisting the city in
placing Pensacola in a thorough san-
itary condition, is beginning to run
low, and as a consequence the citizens
are urged to come forward and con-
tribute towards this fund. For several
days only a few donations .have beeq
made. The total to date are as fol-
The Donations.
Frstm National Bak..........$5w00oo
W. S. Keyser Co.............. 200
American National Bank...... 200.00
Consolidated Grocery Co....... 250.00
Fr. J. Bchreyer................ 60.00
Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.00
Dscambla Realty Co.......... 65000
Lee Daniel .................. 25.00
W. A. Blount................ 100.00
Hannah Bros................ 10.00
People's Bank........ ........ 100.00
Pensacola Water Company.... 100.00
Leslie E. Brooks.............. 10.00
J. M. Coe.................... 10.00
Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.00
M. F. Gonzalezs............... 25.00
Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.00
German-American Lumber Co.. 50.00
Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00
J. R. Saunders................ 50.00
Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co.......... 2500
D. Kugleman ................ 10.00
J. Geo. White.................. 65.00
S. P. Shotter Co.............. 250.00
Joe. Coleman...... .......... 2.00
A. F. Warren................ 25.00
M. L. Roch..................... 6.00
Jno. B. Jones................. 5.00
T. H. Lannon & Co........... 15.00
Wm. Johnson & Son.......... 2500
Clutter Music House.......... 10.00
Meyer Shoe Store............ 5.00
Standard Clothing Co........ 10.0
Douville Timber and Lan Co. 5.00
Maxwell & Reeves........... 20.00
S. Pasco, Jr5.................. 5.00
P. Campbell.. ............... 5.00
H. H. Boyer.................. 2.CO0
Kress & Co.................. 10.00
D. Hale Wilson.............. 25.00
A. M. Avery .................. 25.00
Gordon & Brown.............. 15.00
Tho. Pebley................ 6.00
Forbes Furniture Co .......... 400
N. G. FPorheimer............. 10.00
H. G.DeSilva & 0o............ 25.00
W. A. D'Alemberte............ 10.00
Ja. McHugh ............... 2.00
Sol Caha & Co............... 25.00
B. Gerson........ ........... 15.00
J. Kryger ................... 17.00
Green & Watson ............ 10.00
J. C. VasPelt................. B..0)
The Pensacola Journal........ 25.00
C. B. Parkhh .. .......... 1000
Naval Stores Export Co.. .... 5.00
W. B. Wrigt Co............. s.00
N. Apostle...... ............25.00
McDavidHyer Co .......... 26.00
R. G. Bushnell...... .......... 20.00



It is because most women suffer from
some derangement of their delicate
organism, the discomfort of which in
les trying when they are in motion
than when standing.
In some states laws compel employers
to provide resting places for their fe-
male employees.
But no amount of law can regulate
the hard tasks of these women. They
must get the strength which this work
demands or run the risk of serious
diseases and the surgeon's knife.
Road about the experience of Miss
arrret Meridey, 275 3d Street, il-
waukee, Wi.:
Dear Mrs lak..-
"G** l IMa of trngth, nrvo ,
w.a .aes and xtre inLtaon
me to seek medical advice. The
doctor aid I had ovwrian trouble and ulcer-
I o t, wamb and advised an operation
VIf we t t welL I object to ti
ma 4idMed togv Lydia E. Pinkham'I Veg-
ebb ie mpoumi atrial. I soon found that
a tf good things aid about this great
=dlhn were ta. Tl uleration soon
d, backacbe, headache and nervousmne
dIppeured, and in a lart time I
Sm ., v1g9as and perfectly well. I wish
who suffers would trz
IL ikM's Vegetable Compound.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comrn-
ponad is a vegetable tonic which invig-

orates and strengthens the entire fe-
male organism, and will produce the
sme beneficial results in the case of
say sick woman as with Miss Merkley.


Mrs. A. Sdchmai, Os d.i CMca's Most Capable sd Empte
lenced NuMrs, Pays an- WMuat Tribute to the Great
Ilgratl, l.Nbh and Curative Properties

as"Pw that WO ran, iwiu mlgem lo of
sthobmaAmt he e wd."

ft thebut Uinska"

Special to The Journal.
Myrtle Grove, Oct 10.-We are hav-
ing plenty of rainy and windy weather
just now. The creeks and branches
are at highwater mark.
The farmers are beginning to real-
ise & harvest of good sweet potatoes.
We are favored by having a ooaple
of fish wagons come out our way with
fresh Perdido fish, and also have the
opportunity to get fresh beef and pork.
when some one is good enough to act
as butcher.
A number of friends of Mr. Will
Tanton, (and among them his "best
friend," his wife,) surprised him last
Wednesday night with a jolly play.
The crowd gathered early and games
of interest were played, not forgetting
"Dan Tucker," the favorite, and "Sugar
Lump," the "new" game. Those corn
posing the party were: Misses Mat-
tie, Bra and Susie Tanton, Bertha
tbhelby. Fannie Campbell, Belle White.
Ruby White, Ophelia Godwin, Alice and
Anna Godwin, Mrs. Will Tanton.,Mrs.
Tom Miller and Mrs. Melvaa Godwin;
Messrs. Jno. Melby, Hilliard and Jno.
McClair, Joe Tanton, Oftar, Will aad
Money Boyett, Robert and Willie God-
win, Archie Campbell and Robert Mil-
ler. All took their departure a little
before midnight, having had an enjoy-
able time. 0
Invitations are out for a party at
Mr. and Mrs. Jno. R. McNalr' home
ou next Friay night.
Quite a number of our people went
over to preaching services at Pfelffer's
old mill yesterday.
Sunday school services were held
at the Baptist church here Sunday, al-
though the attendance was somewhat
The preaching services at the Meth-
odist church Sunday night was well
attended and Rev. Powell preached an
interesting sermon to the very attea-
tire congregation.
Mr. Walther Is having some trouble
with his shingle mill.

Pent"eela Plil.

WM. H. KNOWLBS, President.
THO8. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.


W. K. HYER. JR., V.-Pres. sad CaMd e
W. N. ROBERTS, AsstL Osaer.

A. A. Fisher................. 50.00
H. Baars & Co...............100.00
Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00
F. C. Brent................. 25.00
John Shepard ............... 5.00
A. DiLustro .................. 10.00
Alex Zelius .................. 10.00
D. Levy ...................... 1.00
F. J. Dunham ................ 5.00
Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.00
0. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00
Bar Pilots...... ............. 100.00
W. B. Lamar................. 100.00
Scarritt Moreno .............. 5.00
W. S. Rosasco .............. 10.00
Marine Grocery Co............ 5.00
H. Muller...... .............. .00
F. 0. Howe & Co............ 25.00
J. C. Porter.................. 10.00
J. A. Chaffln .................. 25.00
H. H. Thornton............... 10.00
J. B. Roberts................. 10.00
J. P. Williams Co............ 100.00
T. A. Jennings................ 100.00
Geo. W. Wright.............. 50.00
Cash .. ..................... .00
Quina & Guttman ............ 10.00
Frank, Reilly .. ....... ..... 25.00
S. A. Friedman,.............. 10.00
D. Dannheieser .............. 5.00
H. 0. Anson.................... 10.00
Marston & Quina .....-...... 2 .00
W. J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00
N. Goldring .................. 16.00
Cash.. .. .. ................ 5.00
W. H. White & Co............ 5.00
Warren Fish Co.............. 100.00
Pensacola Stables ............ 10.00
C. Tbiesen ................. 100.00
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
s J. S, MoGaughey............. 5.00
Armour Packing Co.......... 2600
Dubulsson Bros .............. 21.00
Star Laundry ............... 1500
L. S. Brown &' Co............ 6.0*
Judge H. Bellinger............ 15.04
Marks & Gayle .............. 50 00
Swift & Co., ................. 25 00
Mrs. Fanning Hendersm ...... 2 50
McKensle Oerting & COo. ..... 10 00
Dunwody-Alken Co ............ 25.00
J. Rf' jerts ................ 6.00
Citlsen4 National Baub ...... 100 00
L. & N. R. .. Co. .......... 100 00
F. W. Marsh ................ 00
R. M. Cary ................. 10 00
J. Ed. O'Brien ... ......10 00
Pensacola Gas Co .......... 150.00
Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 100.00
Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00
John C. Avery.. .............. 25.00
R P. Martinezs.... ............ 5.00
J. W. Maloy ............ 5.00
SWelles-Kahn Co ........ .... 25.00
SRbodes-Futch-COllins Co ...... 15.00
A Moog, .................... 10 00
) Southern Cotton Oil Co ........ 50.00
SF. Fl Drawner............ 10.00
DR. P. Reesen................. 5.00
D. H.. Klusmeier.. .......... 5.00
Lion Brewery ................ 25 00
L. Bear Co.. .............. 50 00
Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
Co. ............... .......25 00
WLicedman & Co.......... 10.00
Sullivan & Sullivan .... .... 10.00
Dr. E. C. Bennet .............. 5 00
i McMillan Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00
J. Pebley.. .. ............ 10.00
F. M. Williams.. ............ 10.00
Wicke & 00 ...................10.00
Phil Pearl ........ ...... .. 4.10
Thos MeMillan.... ........ 1.00
SColored List
Big Zion Sunday school .... 5 00
M. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) ....2 50
Sos. H. James ............... 5 00
W. H. Harvey ...............2 00
SMosest Lyman-................. 1 00
, Richard Morris .............. 5 00
1 Cash .......................... 6
aL. F. AndlrsOn ............. 1 0
Marion Blue ................. 1 00
Preston Gordon......... .... 00
Asaron Johnson ............ 1 06
SSt. Paul church ............. .. 75
Washington Clark ............ 5*
Whitfield Dupont ............ 1 00
Rev. W. A. Woods, Kn Avenue
Baptist Church............. 2 00
A Colored Citizen ............ 5 00
SNinth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00
Aaron $. Johnson ............. 2 00
Mt. Zion Baptist Church......... 3.16
We wil not be responsible hor may
aoebts contracted by any one la our
employ ea manager or otherwt- of
any of our markets.

We draw our own BIN of Ex-
change on Great Britain, Ireland,
Germany, France Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spain, ieglum, Russia,
Norway, wedMt, Denmark, and
other European countries.

Vessels disbursed upn the mae
Favorable Terme, and their eb-I
gations taken payaple at Pert of
Destination Ten Days Afte VYe
sel Arrives there.

Safty Deposit Bae For R oat, i C nection with which we
have a Privte De4Wtmnt for the use of Renters.

- D-~

PANd ON-st 1mat

soft of 4F pr saW per onmwm

N.M.M mi 0M'. "-"-- AM.

CitlMs MNational Bank,

Oeew w iht. Mi *~". T. B. Weue.


3. 5. MU3SO1u- - .W 4 .CAsiA..

Dlretsee-L. J "3. P, Iv~4 06Useas W. DoC Kede, f. I LCarp


H. L COVINOTON, Preit M. K. CLARK, Cashtir.
C. W. LAMAR, yk-.PM& JNO. PPEIPPER, AMt. CaWlie.

Capital SOek, 0200,000 Surplus, $40,000

H ry UT I Oto, 8. J. J.thes.
Jw. N.M Pr. A. M. Avwy,
Bry" Damwo7 0. Halt6% Jr
TraSk eU. WU W. Oawo
W. 8. RMomO4 C. A. O'Ne4,
T. F. McGOola, Dr. W. J. RHaEas,
F. B. Brawaer, McKensie Owtb&,
C. W. Lamar, Al. MeOoewla
J. F. Saunders, C. Covlagtid.
Accounts of San" Individus, I qrpIoono and tine bIse.
Four per cGOt. %oreet paid en Time Depesi.


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3M A. 9IffUXAN.
'After yamuof sami soof yew Pm alt Wbb.Netwoe 0
tov ~ a in I my espacityw arsie, I have no "== I u Wembla I~
"ey7M~~ovfstandstimulbnt for aR weekaknsd rmdon oesihit~ns. Ask"
amy own ehod and wbo%41
mlwaWa-Mss. A. C weAMNama t., Cad*%*,,ELl

D!fise Pure Malt Ws
Per Merd i MWovr u
mZ -IL Mad inmled b
bueathe M
god de u~ e u, w ~ u ~
the cM hertroysad yc04 adhs ~yu~miad vrn
vi Conmtaimns otAd a Wizth
only wbuhe6 rAbd WIthe oom
as aamkhi
Tbm uIs 60at Doy~s Pore M3
Wbbbly, buf e i-bnvheg e gemb.

- whi m~ e p-lames d
mIat fr grows sOW uIgoeb
PONsM" elhreda"to beftbseat sa
Old cbealset, Mme e bS, de be
owe dhes ed s Ie dobo.,Is im r.

Ae oldb~ or de* $1.00 aWOOL Advise and

First National Bank
d uacoe, Fla,

LIUl i ORSi P, C. Brent W. A. Blount, Wzn, H. Knowles,
W. C Hyer, Jr D. G. Brent.

Foreign and Dmestic Exchange Bought and Sil


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ICAmrrepoandebee Pesacoli
jhthmae, Md, Oct. 4.-A lar
et Baltimore society atteoa
Se4dig of Miss Berreta at 1
tod*y and k was quite a
41br. The briagrooln, Wil
de Cormis Kessler now of Pan-
71L. is a former Baltimore
sad the two Camilies are remote-
emoected by marriage, as they an
a number of families Is Marylnd
The cemoumy was elebrated In
Sbeasttl old church ot tae HoLt
ta SylBmvtlle wbere so many
the olMer ewoeratioms have been
ide4. Though Miss Berrett's is the
of the younger set that has taken
e wata its walls.
Te deratloms of Ivy, laurel and
medr swckle were very tasteful and
ea semble during the reading ol
Mi eeuamy was eMxtemely atrac-
T clergyman was Rev. W. W. H.
Iule ot Westmister.
Mis o Wpbe U of Charles Town,
* tt Va, a relative of both bride and
mgmoo paidea#d at the organ. In
Spocession were st the ua-shersa
OMSem Parks and Wmm Hioper of
a .mme. Dr. Jim roae of Westmn-
a and James George of Sybwa-
The maids were Miss DBertha
O Ue mad Mias Kessler of Pemma-
A ister of the bridegroo
J llthm *ald of bonor Miss
P- I w t rtoter of the bride.
r. JenMh Walter fter d esoort-
his dag PtMr Miss Ummor Winder
Z t@oA r a fltm sft Miss Nellie
t *M. a v e her to Mr. Kessler
with his best sma Prank WI-
b Of at Mrfolk Va., waked them
OWr tOhe w asISL And it 1i aso to
ft i wi the popular verdict that
bammimar c mce" or weA in
g truly bmatmil ia her
-1111" I aow IO repe sdo
Adlo eke with a crew
off i lgg her heir.
bi1 A er of mis oat the

he fwere otua- h ficks

-Molor e -1 af ther Mir and a&n her
1am. T.e aid of homer wro

Al r ftM were freh ca Ugh

te tIh weeding aut seventy
aemes drre after the amily,
U1brI aty to thb Berrett Beau.-
Ha e al." where a de-
timlgn breakfast was ev-
at mL. The M included,
ohe efttus, salas, peas, roltels.
path, and the loveliest
ekes sad coffee.
tbMidal party only was seated
thel e taMe which was mighty
1erythiag beiag Is white aMd
the beom decointiesm endlae
;ttte chysasthsmeos aad
The day was Ideal, so warm and the
. San so brsht that it was pleas-
to M keit o the galleries, and it was
--7* ol.
SIWhile the bridal party was stand-
f in ime reviving. Mr. Pool the
ais w. after shaki g hands all
litmnDswy lemd over and
l is.d one of the nmaids thed
g-i 's sister. Her undoubted



have e0oyed outiO s reK W t
tis -me wll be to yMM o ad
old traveler ache with eavy to @om-
template. The party wl mtoA at the
stlt old a tmth Ariwe, b 4 If A
please, all of thk "Oreat WfWe.
isa't so staid just now sad the itle
lady will see it for the trst time at its
best, when all of the M play t S
in full blast. atl,- *g they wtI
spend awhile at Niama dom e:d
home. via the New York Ceatral and
the Loaisville andl NashvItille. sto

sarpri Created a diversion, and that over at all places of Interest
started t~ ball rolling and you never route. The Pensacola friends of
saw saif a time. little girl unite in wishing her a g
Sixtm congratulatory telegrams time.
were r sMbrej ad presents were Em- r
ply deiaged upoa thlt. There were Mr A. Greenhut and family 1k
at least two hundred and such hand- today for New York City, where t
some saes but I can not describe will remain for several weeks.
them. -
The NMts to the maids were dainL- Miss Crist and Miss Coleman reti
Ily pettl pins. I do not knbuow ed Monday evening from an extes
whether the men received gifts but I tour of the northwest and west
do know they all looked stunning. Canada that was most enjoy
late-s of taking the train at throughout.
Sykesvlne, Mr. Hooper had his motor
car go up and be, Mr. and Mrs. Kes- Mrs. Lottie Crist's many friends
ler and Mr. Wilcox the best mdn regret to learn that she is ill.
came down to Baltimore In a perfect
downpour at rice and old shoes. No Absolutely the very best that
one kaows where they went. Absolutely the verybest that me
The bride's traveling suit was a and experience can Produce Blue 1
fetchlts tallor-made blue cloth with bon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts.
blue s waist aad blue hat
There has been a round of gaiet:y ralklO M HAII si H"1 :
for Miss Berrett and the party of NUHL IHALF U I EIL
bhosegwests whom she entertained
for a week proceeding the wedding; OPFRATORS SIC
which wead up last night wnen U-v2n
Mrs. James George, who is connected
with both families, entertained tor
the bridal party at her handsome TELEPHONE EXCHANGE R
home in Sykesville most of the guests
there as at the wedding were "either BEEN SEVERELY CRIPPLEI
kin or Ma to kin."
The huse party also broke up to. FOR PAST FEW DAYS BY
day, Miss Mande Crane going to New ILLNESS O nOFRATnL
York, -a4 Miss Ruth Berrett and Miss ILLNESS OF OPERATOS
Kessler olng home with their kin-
folks, the Campbelst of Charles Town
W. Va t a visit oat two weeks. Among many others who have b
It I -ItW at thekuh Miss Rulth eeiening m ore oress di na
caught the bride's boquet. the wed- experiencing more or less difs ci
ding .-_ the -ads and one of Pensaneao is the or t fts grip f
least th il m e ebs.r Southern Bell Telepfione Compa
least three mouths. *. s -










rL01MUU V Mr MW I A.

ure.hia ,MM& & unqsfuia j Lu crt T iw *i uuL -
A LITTL vIS m its best, but when the public under
FROM TTlE OUT._ stands the circumstances there will
"FRO-Matn- ToE ..... .- not be any complaint about It. I
alidwthe above caption the Toun talking with a Journal representative
Folksegartmemt of the Loisivill, yesterday about the matter, Manager
Ky_, Nvmg Post Oct. 7., publishes an B. F. Bache, of the local exchange.
enellefst prtrak of the pretty little mid:
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cot-
trell and says: One Half the Force sbok.
"Mslas ~Joephe 0ttrell of Penm- "I would' like for the public to know
c l, a little yellow fever rtu- that one half of the operating force i
gee, wh Is visiting her aunt Mr. down sick, and that, though we bhav3
George ort md has been a several new operators learning, thoe
admilr edor her beauty while here. cannot of course begin to gtre the ef.
She Is B gradauhOtter of ths Rev. Iadent sernce fl at a experienced
Dr-J BS.P 3 S tru the elebrted operator can and doee -gve. There.
SMethodIt mimlter fr whom she I fore. I hope the public will be patient
Max i e&with the operators and not got vexed
Because thby may experience a little
Mrs. A. M. Avery and Miss Stlla delay n getting "central." We opS
Avery am t Miss Julia Ormes' or to have some of the force back W
the m th o Of ober-Atlasta News. r&t of the week, as a couple uAre"ap
M. WI. ... now, and may be able to 1 port by
Mr. W. U. Witch sad family are then" .
s g October at the residene of The patrons of the telephone will be
Mr. aaa rs.t J. A. Avast. very glad to learn that "central" is
*PI- w,-.. -..,- "recovering. .Notwithstanding the Im
The odeP r weddlag is the patience the hard' words that are
somli "t of today a takes place sometimes expressed at the end of the
this a g at .11:Sn the irst Pres- p e by the user of that now neces-
byteria urch sary convenience, the ublic ia gener-
Sat has a very warm spot In fts heart
nMrs. iker Ra mPhIres, a s for "central" and the still small yloce
Oregorystreet, has been quit- ill aince which asks, "number, please" f.,
..that same public will be glad to r
rs A Po a f l leof o the telephone girls' complete re-
Mrs. 0 M. Pryor and family left cover.
R.#Wot &&S. .m -A-.t Us

YestaW V for NGW were Mr.
Pryor w Is and where they may pos-
sibly lomte.

New Suits Filed.

The following new suits were Sled
A itt girl, Miss Clara lyrese yesterday in the office of the clerk of
Crousala, who hae lots of relatives
and fri ads in Pensacola, Is sailing the circuit court:
today fre Mobile on the Alamo. for Dora Wandell vs. Chas. H. Wan'
New Yadr She accompanies her un- dell, bill for divorce J. P. Stokes, eoo-
cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. I. vlaintant's solicitor.
Kilduf ai their annual fall outing. Bessie Anderson vs. Frank Ander-
These things have been pronounced son, bill for divorce; J. P. Stokes,
"pretty fair stufr' even by those who oomplaintant's solicitor.

Come Up

WhW ere



Syou know why you fail in the plans for money, fame and position
Some don't,
t whythe bn does not produce practical money making results is a puzzle to
mmy men.
ang, heeixy natural brainsmann t be made from the food most men eat, and.good
Can't work dp when skw1ged to w s by coffee.
H, UmccMdsul brains come fr improperly selected food and from coffee drinking.
C ffee &ec e stomach and arves. theme the brain and pi.vats proper digestion
t- B g00 .
A hMdhi. e-mr mt .if#. imaental power will follow in a week or ten day after

Mimi am I" m l way d y umirstooaAD reans for tSe Se o w aehesu
hemn do .gei ki odand driak Yo an m Money, Potiaoo Fame ivma hmdie

m wel boileWd pro e ing and ndU ms Y eig
Oak vuaand porawfeed ssCom *eYeBae



The Jo.rnal's Daily Fashion

The coat and skirt designed costume
is one that remains determinedly hi
fashionable favor; and its many ad
vantages will doubtless serve to keel
It in the forefront o f ashon for quite
some time to come. The charming de
sign illustrated employs a plum-c )lor
henrietta, with striped black and
white satin for trimmings-or, to be
more correct. it is a black velvet
stripe upon a white satin ground. The

As M.s Oaemsme4nt me Oas
Ot John Paat d 4s*.
Whitehaven was a t w. of consideras.-
ble importance, writes Cyrus Town.
send Brady in the Motvopcfitin Maga-
sne. It bad a popul a of 50,000 peo-
ple, and several hua vsels of all
kinds were In the poretwo forts com-
manded *s harbors.,A" John Paul
Jonues belived largest la the value of
the unexpected and h 8 'clock In the
morning was making for 'the place
with two eutta 1miedIy fifMteen
men each armed W* pistols sad
cutlasses. One f tl In com-
mand of Captain JaMb himself, made
directly for the t w ,v d the other,
under command of Lieutenant Walling-
ford, pulled for the shipping docks on
the opposite side of tbe harbor. Jones
landed quietly Just s the first streaks
of dawn were tingeing the east and,
leaving oe man In his boat, set out at
a run for th nearet fort. Gallantly
scaling the walls, the party fell upon
the small garrison and made them pris-
neru without Sring a shot. After spik-
Iag the gS Jones locked the English
soldiers i their own guardhouse and
set out at a run for tle other fort, half
a mile away.
But during all this time there wass n
sign of the work of Wallingford, not a
spark of light or a cloud of smoke to
show that that -esr was doing his
part of the work. Not until Jome had
readbed the other ftot and spiked the
guns did he lea that Wallingford had
abandoned the -ttempt because the
match which he carried for the pur-
pose had gone out.
It was broad daylight, and here and
there were sign f activity in the
houses near the docks Captain Jones
had so time for delay. He boarded a
large vessel and with his own hands
kindled a le In her steerage. pon
the lames he threw straw and hatch-
way gratings; a barrel of tar eomplet-
ed the work.
In the meanwhile the gathering of
townfolk had increased until the
crowd had become a frantic mob,
which was now threatening the men
and the landing place. Seeing that he
could do no more, Jones went a sore
and, drawing his two pistols, weet
down to ftae 1,00 people. He was not
a laroe man, but ISer was .ethlnag
In his face to upply the deficiency of
majesty in status. He swayed the
mob with his plitols as a summer
breses moves a rye Seld. He readsha
the cutter and easily held the Interiat-
ed people at bay until the lir w
well started and his men we s mely
seated b their cuCtt. After that be
entered the boat and was pulled away.

Twelve-yeaeMd Dorothy is already
a cook of nao me a preelefcy. Sfat..
day mrmtlfs fequMty Sdsa hr Ia
the kltaes, heig itamted into the
makt g at ame simple d r.
dt k put In a smaswy geneem
IDh saml I" htmie wi vqwlio
mother wwI '$e a p s1 ma0 es~
at a*e wpee s say. 'Well, If I

to Is* at a but 4bs611 is spoem
ON@" MOM -to a 1 m ON

e cloth is disposed in Eton fashion ever
n & fitted lining, displaying the striped
d satin all around the waist line and
Down the front in vest design. The
p sleeve follows the plain tailored order
A with a close cuff and lace frill at *neI
- writ. The skirt is in two sections, j
r the upper one fitted closely at t'e,
hips, and the lower a full circular!
* flounce. Machine stitchings and vel-
t et ribbons in extremely wavy lines,
make for trimming effect.

v Under New ManagementL
A delightful resort immune from
fever, offers to refugees elegant ac-
commodations and board at, $25 per
. month, $7.60 per week. Everything

ook, especially n --wo inherit from
"the other side" a predilection for
scientific accuracy of statement.
' Recently Dorothy, returning from a
I visit, excited even the interest of those
passed masters, her mother and grand-
mother, by making a wonderful new
salad dressing. The two ladies short-
ly afterward tried to make the dress-
!ng, under Dorothy's instruction.
"How much sugar did you say,
Dorothy ?" asked one of her pupils,
bending with flushed face over the
stove at a critical moment.
"Well," said Dorothy, with unnatu-
ral deliberateness, "if I were making
that dressing, I shouldn't be surprised
If most likely I'd put in a moderately
generous heaping tip end of a medium
smed tablespoonful."


Many May See But It Takes Genius to
When James Watt saw the steam
causing the kettle lid to jump up and
down he said, "There must be power
in that steam that it can lift such a
Millions prior to him had seen the
same phenomenon and regarded it as
an unexplained mystery.
Recent scientific research has put:
its finger on the "cause" of Dandruff;
Falling Hair, and consequent Bald-
ness, and,has unearthed a tiny germ.
which eats the life from the roots of.
human hair.
Newbro's Herpicide restroys th5s
germ and consequently restores the
hair to its natural state.
For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte,,
druggist and apothecary, 121 South:
Palafox street, or send 10c in stamps
to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich.



Don't Let

Yellow Fever

Get the Best of You,
but get the best of it. Supply yoursl.-If with
ample fumigation necessities, such as

Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, Etc.,
or with necessary prcventatives,

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.


PHONE 1100





evlw~r~l 4men-x-14&4






Engraving and Fine Stationery,

Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.


E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co,



Credit Buys Here

As Quickly as Cash,
Come in and pick out what you want to make your homa *
as bright and cheerful as spring time, and enjoy it while
you a'e paying for it.
Rocking Chairs from......... ....................... 1.25 to $20.00
Iron Beds ........................... . .. . ......... $3.00 to $100 v
Woven Wire Springs, the sleep-easy kind, for.................. $2 0 o
Chairs ............................................ 75 cents to $4.00 *
Odd Dressers from.......................................$.. 9.00 up

108Ofl So Paldox St. Phone 148, Pensacola, Pla
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At tiUsme of l Se year t sers a great deal uarls a chil d Ifwr.
As a p ve preveatave try

Sold at all drug st ores or at
LEWIS CO Mt Government Street

I Don't Gamble






Is displayed by those who
drink our Soda Water.
They have learned to dis-
criminate between the
good and the bad, hence
the great popularity four
the great popularity of our

Kudy Ichcm Cafej
140 S. Pat ai Phone "99

when it comes to insurance.
Quit taking the risk yourselL
Turn it over to us and


Have a Good

Policy Written p.

It's safer and costs but MInba
If in doubt ask others v$h
know and have had experlf-M
Investigation will prove we'u
right. We take e ne risk a*
thta ends your worry. Iasa
now. Delays are 3an&@Vm. 1



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The JeurniFs COIMd Cash Advertisements

*sob r -COMMmeI i M 9 9 Owe form Sp"tf fte9 by the month

It's Unfair to

Drag Your Family

aoal fronm pillar to post every year, if you're a roster.
loklag aup a new location, when you can Just as easily

Put Your Rant Money

Into a Home of Your Own.
It's all I the starting. We start you tight. We've
-tartel others. Better call in and talk the matter ovar
itUh as, or wrote for information.

Pensacola Investment Co.

agm llaeilmlwOL L fLS ecr ey.
-* mw a amq* ham, i .
1g a si b Smet, Paemi.e, Irm. a.


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NjIUD--Dng 91se about 80 WANTED.-A good cook, 701 N. Pala-
bmits ood esadlioa. Iunquire fox street. SocL.
L At A fltt a'e Elsoo. zt lct -,
99 &* A. VIeoo Oct2tIWANT.-Mea saa boys wanted to
My-imod bOSe10 O ut i 1a m$ dWy, &ar two monthsIn
mew .-ploed 4eslriag ebange, structioa, position guaranteed. Coyno
p aoiai aS et- o o" eetr Co. Plumbing Schools New York,
S*1M WMtid AA4dr AL D.. ; Cincati U0., S t. LIst, Mo. (_Fre
ame Jam.& lOoctlW catalogue.) Goctly
WewMatheI ftMtte ee that WA -AnlateMpwgea,-tpam y
-me han6 at wal eta"Mn ~ Ba e $10 to $1 weekly la Spar
oewai tebet. Bad sediM fro- time oorrespoding for newspapers;
es- amd produce appear tha y no canvassing. Snd for particulars.
c m ir In laum ot. We W mRS Northern Prees Syndicate, Lockport.
wt we -a W. -GNOD. PY. S N. Y.3ootm
.O [WANTI).-By Chicago wholesale and
WANTg.-We ea n a oate mall or4er houme, mansltat manager
bw guests at an upotadate moutaiC (man or woman) or this county and
OMA AftUI WWA. JfL- trty4-1mn -

bad Cumo @Ugtm 1 adoaa totrritory; expease moey ad-
ter; gmWeNU atesm AS.&SF. Advanced. Work pkuao; posiioa per-
es -,mnow& saVieA,. Va. mwanet Wkite at obee for full partc-
igagat~~ss* ales&and eadolm astr drsea-*
M~lg BFA, ontacla pla el, c Thoaw" J. Co A o. 22
dedurtom llm 'arafshia ,

ad tasig.m hign pa*ating a spe- WANTED.-By Chlcago Manufactur-
citit. Rasliemme bme 24t. 2aag. tag House. person of trustworthiness
W4ATWI-ToU to V that yo as ae ta to b maca e. Salary
b Ae, elsa old papers at ths $18 paid wekly. Peruamut position.
oBoe cba. No investment required. Previous ex-
.O TO -- to.. ohrt perience not essential to engaging.
A WTOm&W 0 4Won Address, Manager Braaebes, mo
.Ag qsa& a.m is&. Block. Chicago. Soct3w*

141815M = -
"s A4k.

an Umastrlsa
Whbte,23-2s N.

WANTED.-Sverybody to know that
cur BMenC of Coee Imay be Imitated
but can't be equaled. New Orleans
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.

WANTM.-Tke public to know that
we are pioneer Cofe Roasters of
Priorda. New Orleans Grocery Co.
Jas. McHagh, Prop. aug20
WAT)D.-Thb Merchants Transfer
00 wants your moviag ad haaumg.
All brekage guaranteed. T. B Thor.
e. Prep. Phob e TL 18iJuela.
We wvat everybody to know that we
are wholesale and retail grocers and
still at the old stand. New Orlean
Groeery Co, JaM. Mcagh, Prop.

A. U G&M wat t mm marm"
md halag. BHe gmma tee all bres
age. Phem MSI
MANUD--Tour e*tctre work of aUM
klads. Let us alam your fame, re.
pair your dynamo. do your wiring. gte.
Phone 570. P.sacola Eectric Co.,
ceraer Iemtdenet s ad Baylea atmreta

IPATigM whl wMt to rest bom sa,
meo ythfag etse sr tst
mor. will lad The Joural Waat
Ads a egrs bep.
WANTD--Orders @ar The MJeres
apIe" P.eamao and Paama Canal
atow. whieh will shertl appear.
Wi dntsla half-tone pictures of oity,
hatber a rpe"iasl eeme. 5
Leave orders at Jwarsl lke.
WANTfD-Seoo d-had Cors, Oat
sad ottoas med meal sacks. Out o
town asipmesate aoefte. Wrftf a.s

NON-UNION Ompos tors. Joia the
Million Club by coming to t. Lo lis.
Permanent positions guaranteed to
competent men. $19.50 per week of
fifty-four ours. AnUress Employment
Bureau, St. Louis Typothetae, 410 N.
Nturtb St., St. Louis, Mo.
WANTED.-Parties in need of earpen-
ters, please sing up poone No. 776,
or apply to L. Redenback, business
agent, room 1, old Armory building.


8 bouose (new) resting $2LO0 per
month...... .. .... .. .. ..$1S00
Two 8 room houses, renting $10.00
per mouth............ .....7B5.
4 room house west Romana 00.00

For Rent.

? room house, 918 E. Strong.... $1.50
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00
6 room house, 409 Guillemar. 19.00
List your real estate with me for
Rents collected and prompt returns


204% 8. Palafox St. Fisher 1uU0dlg.

Mrs. J. J. Roge has nursed yell-ow
fever very successfully through sev-
eral epidemics of the past, both n
IPenaacola mad New Orfeans, and now
offers her services to those reqaIring
a trained yellow fever nurse. a611 on
her at 1408 East Gadkden or phone 85U
--6 rings. loctla

For al*e.
JUST RECIVED--Iage shipment of
imported Olive Oil.' Retail by pint.
gallon or larger quantity. 0. Morasso
& Oo., ship chandler ad grocers, 701
Douth Palafox. 4oct

CICKEN WHEAT premdaoe eag
Makes lD gepiR6ally well Layered,
The chapeet food to be ftoud& .L
Mellen A Co, PbOhe 884 lo0t

FOR BALE.-I am Flornda State Agean
for Fire and Burglar Proof Bates and
Vae, Fixtures of all descrpuons
manufactured by Alpine Ste ,ant
Lock Company of Cincitati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
ritt Moreno, Pensacola h
Do you value your health? If so,
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 80
We have been with yoa in Pensaoo.
la since 1874, and still Intend to stay
with you and serve you with the best
of groceries at lowest mar-
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
Co., Jas. MoHugh, Prop. aug30f
FOR SALE-One lot of fine show
cases, especially adapted for mil.
linery purposes or for drug store;
also one lot of counters and fine
French plate glass mirrors. E L.
Reese, 118 South Palatox. 2sep
FOR BALD-At a asorIle, trafttre
store,. stock aud aceonat. Oa at
33I.140 3. IntedeMlA. as

WANTED.-Hotel cook;colored boy to
cook in a small hotel, good salary; FOR SALE-One Choice block on top
answer quick, for Chlpley Hotel, Chip- of the ridge eat of the eloetrie
ley, Fla. lsept. railway, between 7th sad Ith streets,
Nature has favored this section and It
WANTED.-All young persons wao c be duplicated. A. V. ClubbI.
are good stenographers or book cannot pl L A
keepers, that are seeking positions or PLUTOI PLUTOI
promotion, to register with us1Ksmme-'
diately. We can secure you good pos- Keep your system in good condition
itions. We are havng more cal and you need not fear any disease.
daily than we can supply. It will co staleo, twh oea ar& er f
you nothing to register with as. Mux e,wholesaugh and retail, by
& Munro, Proprietors, The Mobile McHugh
Business College, No. 6S44 N. Royal
St., Mobile, Ala. 15eepteFOR SALE CHEAP-My three.year.
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of
WANTED.1-Trustweby man toman. Florida, No. 68,923. Also some Ene
age branch office and distributing dC young pigL. 1 wix-months-old boar. all
pot for large mmi-, etwlr. alMy to registered and transferred. Carl St-
start with, $1500 Crst year, and extra terlind, Chipley, Fla. 10ly
commissions and espeases. Applicant
must have good references and $1000 FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New
cash, capital secured. Experience a- City. ractNo. 312. For cask $400.
necessary. Address "Manufacturer," Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Hoe
21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. Appy t M M r o .
sept lae
WANTED-The people of Pensacola FOR SAL&.-My residence on East
to cease worrying. Let The Journal Hill, either including whole block
Want Ads solve the problem for you of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
They are expert detectives, and cat quarter block of five lots. Apply q
find the man you are looking tfr it my office, Thiesen Building for furtti
he is included nla the 25,000 or 30,00. er particulars. C. W. Hagermaa.
people which makes the popla o 24aglm.

Mls AneMuM

F. a. Melles & CO wOmarchlim AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' An-'-
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cur-s
THM RUNTAL BU81NSI S is or to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
specialty and your bIalaeas wll good liver regulator. You need it at
have cereal attamtea. D. Hale Wib this timp of the year. On sale at al;
man & (& druggists. or at Lewis & Co., tast
m"m Government street. Price, 50c.
LOST 13seplm.
LOT.--White setter bitch, with black UL*R MAIL IN-Gmldmvey .
spots: she is short and stumpy. ance for tre*Uig blt. DaiUy er
lat sen ten days agW. Reward forJvime eachw"y.7 hipley to say.
i turn to Jno. Car Whiting, tax ci- bm Addrmu J. M. T le, Chipley,
lectar. soct. m4aet
LO"T-Black, white and ticket setter R"AL ESTAT.,
bitch ve monawths old. Answers to RTAL TATI n all & parts ato t.
mane of Ruth. Return to Dan Hall, Teo lay tm gronad ad we wi
15 N DeVilliers Street and get re- uil3d your uaaneag8 tltm pay.
-ard. 7octlw ment D Hale WU k O& s.

iyST -A latlise Angora Kitten near- TAi.LORM aIaL T i-a Sm d T .
ly grown. U- e rewad for re- Gmets dMoh wd n aS e and
Itrn to Ben D. BeeM at Wm. Johnsonoal m abaf"a.m U%


Keep your system la good condition
and you need not fear any disease.
PIuto, the great stomach healer, for
sale, whoAlea a tall, by a.

00 TO TURTON fr all saes iS
Cameras leaded and ualeae free
at ehrrg. He makes bt photo
grapha in tae seoat. 83 yeaf a l&ad.
er. Ilam.
FOR SALE.-Shingles and Wood fot
sale. Apply to C. L. Creightoa'j
Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.

FOR SALE-South ha'f block 211,
fronting 400 feet on 13th street by
137% feet on Bay View Park; "
south half of block 2r0, fronting 400
feet on 14th St.. by 137- feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin.
ing Bay View Park that Is now for
sale. The beautiful view down the
bayou and down the bay can never be
obstructed. A. V. Clubbe. 3M

FOR BALI-10-room Bhose orn
lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot st
n3 ona car ilne. For parutiala
quire of tatak OlethAb IO.
29 Jan.

FOR SALE.-Comic "tegoryla" o
tal cards for sale at White's aes-
taurant, two for five cents. Outside
orders will aot be Alleo sales e-
and postage companies order. Or.
der quick. 28i t.


10-roott. House on North Hill.. $50 0
715 Norlh Baylen.............. 40 00
304 North Spring.............. 25 CO
21 West Romana ..............17 50
M North DeViller......... ..17 50
S23 East Gadsden............. 15 00
1107 Bast Cervantes.......... 15 00
314 East Strong............... 15 00
238 West Government......... 15 00
1126 East LaRua............... 12 50
310 East Romana............. 12 30
111 South DeVillier........... 10 CO
62 West Romana............. 10 00

See our board for bargains in real
Money to lend at the lowest market
rate of interest.


Real Estate Agency



fOR SAL-Seed-hand cash regi
ter. tI perfet condition. Will se'
cash or or timo. A reai bargain. Can
be sem at James MoHug's. L2moa

GROW GINSENG. Large profits.
Room In your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today tor literature. Bucking.
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zaneevllle, 0.
FOIR 8ALE.--ine Horses and Mules
for sale at all times. Turpentine
operators' wants given special atten-
tion. Call on or address Dillon &
Penuel, Marianna, PlaF. 6actlm

ALL FOR $1.00-10 lbs. Granulated.
Sugar, % pound Our Own 60 cts.
Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-
ing Powder, tw* powder is equal to
Royal that c t you 50 cents per
pound. NveqrfIans Qrocery Co.
S. .. .. i 1 .

MoneMyo LOn.

MOnKT TO WD--Oa egod real es
tate security or oe good collateral,
at lowest rates.- L*sU* L Brook
isher buldlag. 1 Aan
WMONq U =a an y an
ads erertP. Parabwe
weekly or .' Whn yo need
ncm". *A me& i-. A! Wilas 2 W.
Governate st sem. Gliabury bull ing
raM 11. 3dee
MONTr LOANSDO ao good real e
te Neurity .n amy amomat A
sale w Uaso & O.&

MONT LOANE= n at] kinds of pep
sos property on short notce
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs
28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144
VUMAN rm amuuat or moay to l oan
a all kinds of personal property
peo"al rates to bualsese mu on large
loans. The New XYrk Lota Co., #4%
Bouth Palat33

Board and Rooms.
WANTMD.-Owe or two roomers; men
preferred'. Apply or address No. 17
W. IARua, city. 3octlm*
BAY HOTNBL-as nlght and dar.
Muropea plan. Rooms light aad
elela. Transiet trade =olilted, 575
679 South Palafox. Jos. S. Nicola,.
peop. m.

FOR RENT.-Two-story house, 501 W.
Chase street, ten rooms and kitchen
with bath and water connection. Ap-
ply, ring phone 848, five rings. 6oct6t

FOR RENT-Two 4 room cottages on E
Church for rent. Apply to Mrs. E.
Caulson. 3oct2t*

FOR RENT.--Flve room cottage with
bath and gas, 1107 B. Cervantes, two
blocks from car line. Apply to H. W.
Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlms

FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block out-
side city limits on county hard
road, with six room house; wind mill;
water pipes in yard and all through
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
M. McClellan. at First National Bank.
Pensacola. 26auglm
FOR RITa-ReSldenee latty o.
epied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. IIl W.
LaRua street. Apply to IX. Cary.
43 Palf str latest, 7u .

WASTRD.-My patnMas to know that
my school will open at the same
asb heretbotre, anoo. as the yel.
I fever sitastion will permit. Miss
Pattie HoM 24seot.

Offer exceptional inducements
to those desiring to sell or
buy, rent or lease property,
borrow or lead money.

Have several customers want-
ing homes and Investments.

Don't put It off but see us

Office Second Floor Thiesen Building.

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.

No Taxes! No Interestl

Thos. Pebley,
Office Cor. Romana ani Palafox Stq.
Phone 559.


There will be a meeting a this
body on theirat third redase.
days of each month at 7:30 P. a. All
delegates are requested to be uepr
W. L. DULAY President

Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. of P.
meets every Monday evening at 7:30
o'lo0k at tar Castl Ball. sot
Watson bulldig, corner Palafox sa
Garden treats Vating bretere a
dially welconei
J. H. BaWTON, 0. 0.
K HOReLUi. aI of L a .

"athbone Lode N0
o 0 of P, meets every
7 %rwuday evening t A**
So'olock In their
ma.l third floor, omnat
Wtsoa bufldsa. sowt.
vwt corner PNlate sad
aroea streets Viltla kIKti O
I I CIUTI. a .
O. J. IAevy,. L t L&I
Knights of Cohmbua
Meetings of the
,_L Knights of Columbus
are held at their hall,
No. 8 West Intenden.
eta street, on every
Monday eventag at
7:30 o'lock. Aa sa-
4" vitatlon is exteagdd
to visiting Knights.
EDM. FOX. Grand Knight

Pensaoo L~*ge M4. 4 I. 0 0. P.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L 0. 0. F,
meets every Thursday evelng at 7:SP
at the new hall on West (aruee
street Visittags brethren eordialyI
invited. T. G. STINSON,
B. R. wifKOvsmu, OSereftar.
Naomi Ladge Na 10, Rebekah 919
terms aeets every M aday nlght at
8 o'clock in L O. 0. JrD. R Vi
Citing sisters cordily Invited to he
present. MRS. 8. DeTHAYBR.
ISS MAMIZ FRmMAN, Secre tary.

M. 3Z. B. A. No. 81 meets first and
third WednesdaN evening at 1:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West Intern-
dencia Street.
A. G. FILL, Pre.

Ljve Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W.
meets in Pythian Hall 1lt and 8r
Wednesday in each month. Visitag
sovereigns cordially Invited.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
of each mr.nth at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor
Wktson building, southwest corner
Palafox man Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns 6ordBlly invited. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen,

Buy yoar meal and stock eed tfroe
the home manucturer, *no--,g.
borne lndus tribute to bem
labor, and leave y'w =o=e tsI your

Manufacturers of
and Dealers In

J. B. PORTL salmakri 719 aft
PautFos street. Ords takm e
eta awstas camp etimi sad eams
et. et. Prismt remmbhlaS. 834

At torneyidCmusert Law
W10 East Government Stree.
General Law Praotlees.
V .n.-
Room 600 Thleeen M Phone 734

Fisher Building, 204/ South Palafox
PHONE 625.

Room 1, Brent Building. Phone, 9.
r--- -A --'Iromrmm


Attorneyand COmselor at Lw
401 Thloew Building.
III I I I I i r

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Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Eamag
City Is the

sad connections, with through sleeping

One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 15th to October S1lt. 1,
To California, Oregon, Waslangtoa,
Montana, Utah, etc.
Special round trip rates to Calllf
nia and the Lewis & Clark Expost-
tion at Portland, Oregon, until Sep
tember 28th.
Aik for through rate from year
station and secure literature. Ia.
formation freely given.
J. F. VAN R WlSS A, t,
General Agat,
13 Peaohtree St., Atlasta, O.
G. W. ELY, ''. P. A.

a ~~ -sm .

Heafrtzx Carpemter win fraish
estimates on building and esaatJag
and give personal attenUoti to work.
932 S. Strong, a d824 8 Aft i as a
McKLasle Oerttast O C., wholesale
and retail ship cbamd.erag and frers,
the only Arst-clas house of the kind
nl Penascola. Patr Di-es to aL
Why use laferior paper, w e yo
can buy Kelso Bond, ,reach Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Cranes Bond at C. V.
Thompson's. 20 S. Palafts.


Foley Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat &ad lung
remedy, and on aeo unt of the great
merit and popularity tof Ibey's Honey
and Tar many hmitatons am oered
for the 9g une. Tha worthless -im
Itations have similar smdlag names.
Beware of them. Te gesa e oley'M
Honey and Tar i tIn &jIow pack*
age. Ask for it am a u sub
stIuts. It is ti bf m or
Goighs and eolds. i & iv Mte
Dreass* sad aNotw&, 13 fth
P&IaftK vbvwr LU

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Carrab4lle and Apallatak"ea
Leave Pensacola TSnda., 8:1
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leave Pensaeola, TauSda, 8:; 8
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iacticola. Carrabelle aud iaumseai
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Oarraboll., rallabma8 n 1 all Iargia Railroad So.
Schedule Taking Effect May 6, 1905.
Sunday Seual
Southbound No. 1 only only
No. 3 No. 5 NJ4
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry).... 12:20a.& 7:50am ........ ........
Lv Macon (C.ofGa. Lily.) 3:45a.m 11:35a&m ........ ........
Lv Cuthbert.. ........ 7:50a.m 4:05p.m ........ .......
Lv Arlington.. .... ...... 9:10a.m 5:15pm ........ .......
Ly Bainbridge.. .. .. ....11:00a.m C:55p.m 6:20Sm ........
Ar Tallahassee.. .. .......12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05am ........
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. IL Ry) 1:53p m 4:00a.m ........
Ar Jaek'ville, (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:50a.m ........ ......
Lv Tallah ee .. .. .. ....:00p.m 8:00a.m "S ISa.m 8:1-.m
Lv Socnoppy... ....* *..3:14p.m 10:00a.m 9:29a.m j -p.m
Lv Lanark.. .. .. .. .. 8 :45p.m 10:45a.m 10: 05a.m 10:op.
Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. ...... 4:00p.m ........ 10:15a.m 10:35p.
Ar Apalachicola.... .. .... 7:00p.m ........ ........ ........
Northbound Sunday only
No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 NO. 4
Lv Apalachicola.. .. ...... 6:30a.m ........ ..... .....
Lv Carrabelle...........l1:30a.m 2 00pm 6:00p.m 4
Lv Lanark.. .... ...... 45a.m 2 p.m 6:46p.m 4:45a
Lv SopchopPY.. .. ..12:16p.m 3:14p.m 7:21p.m 6: .,m
Ar Tallahassee.. .. ...... l1:30p.m 5: 00p.m 8:35p.m 6:20.n
Lv Jack'ville.(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
A Tlllaaassee(S.A.L.Ry.).. 3:10p.m 10:00p.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahassee.. .. .. .... 3:25p.m 6:35a.m 8:45p.m *4: a.m
Lv Bainbridge.. .. .. .. .. 6:26p.m 8:27a.m Arl0:25p.m 8:1Ta.m
Ar Arlington........ .... 7:25p.m 10:16a.m ........ 10:16a.m
Lv Cuthbert.(C. of Oa.lRy.) .. 8:4Up.ra 1:S5a.m ........ Ar11l:3 U.u
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4-35p.m ........ 4:a.m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7.36a.m 7:55p.m ........
NOTICE: :-trains Noe. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, foet
of ShotwellI street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Balnbrldge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
en aal at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
General Manager. Trav. Pase. Agt. Gen'l Pae, AgL.
Tallahassee, Fla.

Professional Directory. J[WsvLLL-

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e a Bottle ofD Bosso.

and fiagmen. However, we are geftag
plenty toeat and a good place to aleep., Tu m w STILS.
^* **** *o ****rIT HE 1- CA. 1' McMillan Bros. Co i lS
thing done exactly right, treat serry-
body nice and gives us just exza*lyMa ft ues
what we want to eat. If any of us getu VES LS1PORT.
OPApuny he fills us up on plato water And MOBILE, ALABAMA. vestnds m oTma
Bosso and we are soon all right again.
ON re I As We have had but very little sidelnessA Br. ss .
in our camp so far, except homesick- stma;.
DIVes ness. Some of the bys get awully- Br. ss. Eastlands, 2001; Thomas fron
I II mesiek wo they com eM to w ng t. Vincent, consignee to F. 0. Howe
e | |n U Ill the good ola' time hymns and all of us -- C.
a I join in and help. You should hear KI- Maval Stores MB4ct. Harold, Nor as, 1435, Aos, London. J1
it is mighty fine. Savannah, Ga., Oct. 10.-The- naval Br. ss. Labelia, Watson, Verra Cruz,
We want the Goulding boys to tell stores Msarket closed to-day as tot. Keyser & Co., 1913.
w Y A nd r uHi RGtltie tn more about the Williams case In lows: Br. ss. Labelia, Palmer, from Vera
court. Has he been arrested any WW .........................5 65 Cruz, to W. S. Keyser & Co.
hiore aid did he plead guilty in the WG .. .......................5 50 Ships.
HieR oo0Sting ChicRk S first case? Dot us know all about It N.. .............. ........5 00 Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre- -
Sens&M tr when you write, and as w' are still U .........................4 90 mn to Master.
ad Other MitterS. not satisfied about Bill Johnson, please K..... ..... .. .. ............4'85 Nor. ship Ilala, 1248, Andreusen,
('lagnose the case and let us know at I.. .. .. .. .. .. ...... ......4 76 f5 rom Leith, to Master.
are wearing Hart, Schaff- once what ails Bill-as it is very Im- H.. .. .. .. ..................4 72% Iti. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule,
aer & Marx tailor made Camp Escombia. Oct 10.-As we portant that we know. We want to G.... .....................4 70 from Rio Janerio to Rosasco Bros. L I
Cothing for men. Just haven't hear from our friends at Ihear from you more regular, and we F.. .. .. ....................4 70 Bar.
walk right into a suit off Culding in .-t.eral days we want toI t'ope you are enjoying life as well as .... ..............4 30 Swd B 1271,
kiow wha4 ha- become of them. We are. D ........................3 95 Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olmsen,
your own liking and the u th ar hunting high roost ONE OF THE BOYS. C. .. .. .. .................. 3 80 Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
material, fit ano' workman- in chickens and singing sacred songs. Spirits Turpentine 69 cents. Nor. bk. Ebeneser, 771, Quail, from
ship are gua-anteed to be As usually th(y say. we are having a When doctors fail, try Burdock -- ribaldi, tal bk Ageno, 1348,
all you're looking for to gay time at present-plenty of rain Blood Bitters. Cures dyspepsia, on- COTTON Gloucester to order.
make your attire fault- ad high tides, stipatlon; invigorates the whole rys Ger. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from
W make ou atire ultha some sacre songs in our tmn. The following cotton gqotations ae Hamburg.
lecamp last night with Mr. H. H. Jen- reported for The Journal dlly by C. Nor. bk. J. Spicer, Capt. (Patter-
nette leading the choir and Mr. Brad- Gunter Elmore, F. O. B. cotton, LaGuayra. Keyser & Co., 1268.
ie) singing bass. Mr. M. M. Duncan THEpensacola, : Nor. bk. East Craft.1C.48, Johnsou
played the violin and we wish ourNorblEastr
fl ctmraies at Goulding could beer our I Ib good Middling .. .. .... ... ... from Dublin to Master.
slinging. The' would never mention CLASSICAL SCHOOL t Middling .9. Nor k, ks, 27London.
Cd,, thtir choir a, more. ilddling ......................9% Nor. bk. Mocco. 1052, Ellifren, from
beW0odedher e neig IserS trict Low Miroling........-...9%. Liverpool, to Alex Zelius. I
b W hite5 tmVI. must .e deadas nothing is ever said OPINION OF EDUCATORS A TO Stains and Tinra % to 1 cent lower. Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Pors-
I M4*I'I *< 1ff e; him. Our M. of r.. Mr. A. M. John- --'
Wear son. is not quite aas rg s Drew but ITS WORK. New York Quotations. grand toA.Zel Tnners 840,
O JS. Pl he covers the ground he stands upon. Prof. Walter Miller, professor of New York, Oct. 10.-The following Rotterdam.
2O53^r S. PSIlROLX I He has to go to the bay occasionally-' Greek ir Tulane University, after are the ruling cotton quotations to- e -.
me 225. 'same as our little Irish friend, Jas. G.i visiting the classical school, wrote day: Barkentlnes. I|
|Gardner, but he is too long headed' the following unsolicited opinion to a ppen Close Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen,
and stubWon to sing. Please don't put Itriend and colleague: January............9.84 9.92 Ceara, Brazil.
me in the bay. "The Pensacola Classical School is DecenIber.... .... .. ..9.76 9.83 heonemr
The Goulding Court. long a splendid work for the ncae of Market flrmar. Doria, Am sdh, Wilkie, 310 Havana F F
SWe w h court getting her education. It is estab baed Elmma Br sch, Henebery, 299 HI.-
Fho r Wew onder how the court is uptong upon broad principles, It cherishes tuge lverpool aa e
along in the relay camp at Goulding? highest ideals of scholarship; it main.: I verpool, Oct. 10.-The following vPa r Am sch AxO., 55 K
Guess we will have to orgaslze at our t,-ins a high standard.-of excelleMe; the rkling tto- Wet to Gulf mrt Co.
Sdt camp as some of the boys rqeed a little and by the best modern methodand y May, Davis, West to Gul Transit Co .
correcting. We don't way to trust equipment it secures thoroughneiss of -4pS.B Close Geo May, Davis, oivere, 554.
ourselves with such lawyers as you all training comparable with that afordad Oct.-Nov .... .5.19 5.19
have. They might do us up. We by the great fitting schools of the Nov.-Dec .............22 5.22 L
S hardly ever have any trouble though east. To my mind the Pensacola Dec.-Jaa .. .. 9 5.29 PURE OLIVE OIL .
IJ occasionally some one steals Peter's Classical School is one of the tery t' 9 5.29
night gown and you may know ther-e best secondary schools of the soath." Takes theburnout; h as-the wound;
V J. IDL, Mam ger. is trouble in camp. Dr. Venable, president of the Uni- cures the pal. Dr. T0mMas' electric G. MORASSO & CO. HAVE JUST
ism t The cana"a kitchen is not doing versity of North Carolina, writes: "It Oilthe ouseholdre y. RECEIVED A LAGE CONSIGNMENT
much at present as we have so much gives me pleasure to testify to the y. OF PURE ITALIAN OLIVE OIL.
Sq ni FaW Gr sCerkes rain and it is so chilly th- boys don't thoroughnesss of the preparation ,t FRESH OLIVE OIL 18 EXCELLENT
need anything cold. the students who have come from FOR TABLE USE AND 18 ALSO REC-
Fnrw n Max still plays with Fido. Max and your school to the university. 'W~ l OFF tP IkE' CMMENDED BY MANY SCIENTISTS FJ
IM r- Sees. MW4rSO. G)eo. enjoy riding on the velocipede should Le glad to have more of the | U U WUW WW* FOR ITS MEDICINAL ACTION UPON
Phon 72 vcry much as they ride some times same type." T HE SYSTEM.
''oe 7 for hours. Don't know why they en-' Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Latin G. MORASSO & CO.,
Just received-Mackerel, Spare Rib, joy it so much as it is very hard work. and History in the Alabima Polytech- Special to The Journal. 701 S. Palafox St.
Boneless Cornel Beef. Cod Guess it's because they are young and ric Institute. writes: "I consider the Bluff Springs, Oct 10.-Mr. W. L.
,New Raisins. H 'rring in Keg, tender. i Pensacola Classical School one of the Zachary and wife and Mr. Elbert Ap- FRESH
Herring, Black Olives, Seai We have a good many fish to eat, best fitting schools in this section of piegate and Miss Willie Applegate, of LIMES 10 CENTS DOZEN G
Taph Cod FPth. lHailibut, Bloater.! especially when it is Mike's lay-over the south. I can confidently endorse rts, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. AT
bsh Onions, Ol'ves in Keg, D:;11day. He catches large red fish for the the thoroughness of its work and the Pilingim last week. WHITE'S RESTAURANT.
les, .lack Greek Olives. Sauer camp free of charge and you know healthy, manly atmosphere that per- Rev. J. L. Bryars preached to a very AND ALSO
raut. Sow' 'ickleF. Francis LeggtL thaits very acceptable. He will be ivades the institution, attentive audience at Pleasant Hill AL
Co.'s el Iltlt fib orfurthescinformationorcata.a tenti e ela Pleasan H CREAM BREAD DAILY.
s Cele:'ra. d Br-and of Caned today and we will be apt to eat fish, For further information or at Baptist church last Sunday at 11 a. m"C. E B rE opLY
o and 1 Claps. bster- ill some o our friends at uldin H. CLAY ARMSTRONG, and at 8 p. m.
n. Shrimp. Ostors, Clams. Im- Will some of our friends at Goulding, p rineinip Mrs. Clements, of Jackson, Ara., is
Sardines. l;ian Cheese. Ital- tell us what ihas become of the little here visiting h-sr husband who has
Pasie. S;pai-ih t' Irnnd Goods. Irishmen. No one ever says anything charge of the gravel pit. They are 40 4 ,
hite Bean. 1. Bean.. Butterl abiut him. We inquire oc(asiona~ll TO THE TRADE. stopping with Mrs. Maggie McDavid.
e .n Eve. thine ne-r and fresh, bu, no one can tell us. Tell him to On account of quarantine, we wuil Rev. J. T. Flllinglm preached at
6 04. 9C., o08. biace up; not to get down-hearted b.-- ot undertake to establish a branch Ray's Chapel near McDavid last Satur- y ro
causL tie can't sing. Tell him to come house in Pensacola until same is re- day and Sunday.
to .. our camp and he can learn how. yoked. We will make all oil and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Brewton and chil- r o
lI e .^ 'atWish he could have heard our singing grain shipments from Mobile, Ala. dren and Misa Florence Filllngim went
cSaCO Dye ,C le las< night. We never know how ten- Same will go forward promptly. Send down to see Camp Murray on Tues-
J.'I.t '*-hearted me-n are until we get to us your orders for high grade oils. (Cy before the refugees arrived on
S r t. -nzing old-time hymns and they beginui PURE OIL CO., Wednesday. Everything was in good Of
SU f U '0to ;think of their lohed ones at home I14septlm. J. F. Davis. ALrt order, and it is a very inviting looking V I
S0ird tears begin to drop down their place.
E the place t, send our clothes to be eek .Miss Minnie Powell received the sad in the body paes
ed, CleaCneU. Pret i or lRtpaired. He's a "Lu-Lu." M intelligence of the death of her sister,
tWk are now in a r ,sition to handle Our 'possun. and 'tater is o k. Fred i Mrs. May Kimmons. at Magazine, Ala., thr gh the kid.
,c' r work more eflic; u:!y than ever. goe.s and ge' one every night or two I lHT ra st dt oay. Mrs aKi sons was for-ad is fer
and occasioially brings in a couple? of e, a a
E. L REESE, rabi. s. aih.ah h says his do isn'tmany friend here who will be sorry and purified. In
E.,)..,E. alh,,,zh hei says his dog isn't to her of- hr deat.
Pene 75. Proprieter. ol' -. ot. He has named Our public school is pvg1resng Order that these
Ne. 11 North Palafox Street one of our l.ys Lu-l.u in honor ot his nicely now. Mrs. Seals arrived last
______ dog We won't tell who he is just week from near Brewton, Ala., and the organs mnay per.
F. M. WILLIAMS, We note a letter from our friends It's easy to sell a suit to a three rooms. There are about eighty ropterlh care
'CONTRACiO: a- O BU.DER, at Fomaton and are always glad to p e
Omce. Brosnaham huilding, next ii. ;rom anu of the boys. wamts Is the an that doesn't know whet he pupils.tak
Dt Pi uanCja Busines. Co lege 1 Ve regret v.,ry much to know of Con- wants. It's the man tht doen FOR s uld bc taken
to s b tte"t:1n aw y a.c en du.. ; te oure w all tting h rt au d never get it, that we're look A_ OR $1-10 lbs. Granulated to keep them in
We also note Conductor McKinney ar.u gaVa re, 1 lbd reealthysh
A tl-. daughter havin t tphoid fever Just is Aldernay Baking Powdter, this Powder dition. If you are
IOthis time, an- hope he will be able O N i et. ond New rle s G e a sufferer from kid
ANCE' OOL HLALL. NORTH OF A E return to his work at an early Take your tim, go th ghoct ney trouble, try
LLE N. C., COOL HEALTHY, EX te the stock, pick out what yeb
CELLENT TABLE, ADDRESS Well. boys. so far as getting chick- think yvou like best, study t MiI N I
VANCE'S HALL ALEXANDER, N. C. < on the 'P. & A.. we can get plenty well. If you can't decide to-
g:g p: herm but we have to buy them. If day, come back to-morrot or f||
had Conductor Horne an. Flagman whenever it suits vou. I
25 o. .er nr we c i ..t .... t

: ', s over nert we COUld get theinm to
NICE FRESH OYSTERS ON THE *, :heir tackle as we und standd they
HALF SHELL DAILY AT NICK ',e it down so fine they get them
PDOSTLE. h:ile roosting and never wake them
^up. esipeeilll where they roost so
.. .. h h. They g. fixed!o get chickens, we2
a t cPix-c. as ;in.y one would to go out
barns 1 em ro t-hhin' Th. people on the P. A. give
e- a~ -:+ ,most of the. chickens we get, so we
a w *e offt6t L,.niit have to use any tackle in getting
Iam s' Us -i I ,:,tm. We wish they were over here,
I -, iiPaft I for that racket hasn't been run on
[ A- o --oer, Ur -a ..A these chickens yet and they roost close
S \ qi,-kl* 4 4- by the road 5iak.
M iaes. nudS 5 a le an We would like to tak? a look at
rYas. a es.-b t"z,5. F'odaton wh.n she gets her new
RS .a freight depo: up. The old one has
-- I II1. i S o been standing a long time, and has
hbd some pretty good licks.
-- hope Living High.
W I e hope -u boys are doing a good
business and making plenty of money.
DOur boys down here are not doing
Such. especially our extra cono'uctors

If you find goods that suits
you, we'll tell you the price and Special to The Journal.
make ii as low as we can. Marianna. Oct. 10.-Jake Spencer
If you're suited, buy; if you're who shot and killed -one of his sons
not, and shot another person will nave a
preliminary hearing Oct. 19.
NO H erm "o0 Walter Wesley the man who was
charged with the burning of C. J. Me-
Lvery man's waims receive Daniel's place at Sneads, had a hear-
the' utmost business courtqV ing in Court yesterday and wa% held.
here. under bond in the sum of $500.00. The
sheriff with his blood hounds got onI
track of thle defendant and the dogs
put him in his heuse where the sher-
iff took charge of ha.
H 0. AN JDillon ad bride have return-
lf, A "ou N ted after ha. i sw, spent in Ten-
,Asoa messee, Mr. Dillon's former home.
CASHCLOTDR They are lm o rdlng with Mrs. Harts-
Phone 297 Mr. A. A. Cawthoa returned 'Friday
C(o. M an d Pa accompanied by his daughter who has
6 a00--46 urain J Audrews Bay
for several e

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and you wili nevcr car* 70O
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grippe a
For Webyand.%tm
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Time amTide Wait for No Man"
A very old saving but fall of truth, nevertheless. As
the days are passing you are letting the opportunity sl'p
away het you to procure a protection for your wife and
children should the Angel of Death call on you.
A hfIy I the M Eqilta Protects. Get Ito-day.

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