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 17, 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 ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


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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SStates Wednesday Mon- Stockhoim.SwedenOot.16.-Theun- to become King. is said the re-
on between Norway and Sweden, ex- ply will be favorable and that imme.
I SfMf t C'A ie 6COUR tT 4 Iing at f8:30isting since 1814 has been dissolved, diately on its receipt the Storthing
both houses passing to day the gov- will proceed to his selection. u I--
Sg*r ernment repealing act of Union and Republicans are making desperate
recognizing Nor way as a separate efforts to secu a plebiscite. Today
Ipi-nc Atrn y S e Mak Ssa- CRUISER SQUADRON DEPARTS state. Both houses subsequently thhy published a manifesto protest- i i C
SaFOR NEW YORK AND FLAGSHIP passed the new flag bill. Ing against the election of a king and el
M NWS OF RAISING OP QUAR-i O NEW YORK AND FLAGSHIP favoring a republican form of gov-
S ANTI RECEIVED YETERA AY t PID T DESPERATE EFFORTS licans now control thirty votes in the D LATT
O UTSVERALpR OMDRS MAKING WITH PRESIDENT AFTER NEW Christiana, Norway. Oct. 16.-King Storthing and it is feared Prince S
|-LS I P OR N V Oscar's official refusal of the offer of Charles will decline the throne if tile WEEK-OOD
li'uTRIUCTIONS L S RIGID PUT ORLEANS VISIT. the Norwegian throne for a prinec republican minority is sufficiently
By Asaselated Press, of the house of Bernadotte is expect- strong to be worthy of consideration. By Asoolated Prs. ONE BY FUMI
IINTO BP CT-WARM IN NEW Chicago, Oct 18.-tderl Judge C. ed tomorrow when the government The question is likely to be settled Toko, Oct. 16.-Baro Kom OE ARREST
OR C. oblat, this aternn sustained By AssocIated Press. will ask the Storthing to authorize before the end of the week. rived here today. h ep.eror
L IE demuKohrrersat th af Western Life Washington, Oct. 16.-President showed eeptioa hor to a PUMIGATION.
4 ----- I.IdK"may Company In injunction pro- Roosevelt is busily engaged preparing P R A V IO CB uwhere landed, Calohel ta to yohl
&m ~ sI p m eeAdings brought by policy holders. for his trip through the south on meJ sty's presence. I'e emperor ir *
g g *P*e0* **** 0e t1 Attorneys represEfting the policy which he will start next Wednesday mediately roeited Baron Komra, .
S.. Ort 1- holders led an amended bill mme- moringat eight thirty o'clock. For D O IN Gth0 D WeI K "ISi L hW*
s 5 c. as yel. *ditely. Arguments on this will be a long time today he was at his de-k TDIIGI emroUwth o th0ew yelWK
*ft"yew.*ba witItten pe l mea, of the la
S sw report to p. m: made Monday. with Secretary Loeb, clearing away highly priced by Japanese tatem e
SN w cues 15, total to dat Today's dealcon is a victory for the accumulation of business. Few The message express a et" m *total cases to
Sto dat, t life ir a nce company. Te visitors will be rec aived y the pr Claimed that the Disinfectant Board of Health has nothing what- m peda mura'e be a ses
Duo_2;%Wpo dte.4o40 am y demurred to the bill for an dent before he leaves for the sutner to do with this process. The show Total deaths to
CasN s a t r s. : natcUon Bled by policy holders to and they will h, persons who have Used will Kill Mosquitoes AI- ayor discovered that a kinasof disin- di
. C prevent the trarefer of the company's urgent official liisiposs which cannot fectant, such as he uses, was very ef- Interne Shipe Releasd.
&T e c lose of the hearing was mark- be postponed il after his return on OSt Immediatly. fective in killing the mosquitoes, and Washington, Oct. 1.-olowlg --
0-0680999.------ ....ed by ensatloal charges and warm re- November 1. that it could be used to kill them out the In,
port on the part of the lawyers. Just aof doors as well as indoors, and he the state department today oIelall --
SOrea. Oct. 16.-elvtg bef on r part a long oral argument PRESDENT'S SQUADRON SEVERAL NEW SPRAYING MA- took .this means of destroying the announced to the navy depatent The fever situato
mosquitoes in the infected district, the termination of the war a a thmes to grow anor
the el tr oitlNew Orens that Cousel Mayor, for the company, ar- SAILS FOR THE SOUTH CHINES HAVE ARRIVED AND; and afterwards all over the city, so assent to the release of nIlu e S eeel.>ay. Last nil
bseftla a ue coutrolad thT used counsel for prosecution, with &- far as his means permitted him to go. sian ships at San ranesco sa Ce o d nly seven
S there is amer any reaM to fear having gone into the case with evil Washington. Oct. 16.-Rear Admir- THE FORCE INCREASED IN OR-: The praying has been done on a very vite, Philippine falads. de9 Thesef oll
W- it bersnP- eOf the disease Dr lives. Mr. Levinson for the prose- al Bronson telegraphed the navy d- COVER THE CITY MORE limited scale an:! with very limited The nydeprtth prt steen c
White r.pi lthe r that h Cation stated that a number of at- apartment announcing his depart DER TO COVER THE CITY MORE means, the results have been so necessary orders to A MeCall a total in
ftrl Servit. o sides that here- tempts had been made to buy them today from New York with his squpd- THOROUGHLY. great that more money ha* been ap -- at San Francisco and Adiral Tra te cues
wMte r t thed aiOl r cases o than off. The court put an end to the lu- ron consisting of the armored cruis- priatea, and more spraying machines at Manila. night's repot
Ylow the oWal record c4idt beteore it got further. ers West Virginia, (Flagship), Colo- purchased, but the amount of this rise to the t
awd w be tp eu to Sacue rado and Pennsylvania. work is limited. In ct they were
"We dano. t C,-, l ,=rtiri-- w[1 L H CflfO M He will leave the Colorado off Key The fumigation of houses within the Th. mayor is not at all discouraged poi sdr thae rS tlle i the ngmb
o r 6rfe se t he tag t aL y I West and will go on with his flagship city is being performed under the City over the matter, and is determined to inth the to
selta f %d that weno w11U t I to South Pass where he will ake the ordinances, but it is baing dpe by fcrce a recognition of the spraying with swarms of mosquitoes thw ast weru
m p thiadt whe I L p entaboardfor ethe return to the StateBarof Hua erthe process upon itsownmerits, if it poe-WllMW1b l w las wa.
W an, Dr. W t4e ln'a ert P's ntlate than the morning c tion, nor does the city order the fumI- district of the city, the original infect-ee t
e ofthe ROctober 28. nation. It is ordered by the State ed district, and the surrounding ter- the fever exists w he 53;
l ow" iE o sa a aoolety.cLHealth Officer, and the city simply sees ritory, where the greater number of the State Health Ocer ay decide, aauel Jhon,
To s isain low oe. that the State Health Officer is sus- yellow fever cases have develop, and or other house he may dede t.
No ewsng of more ar- TO BURYained in his work. where undoubtedly the greater num- But, outside of the ho tis a Mrs. Brawell 8

j Ueffet s, g a number of IN the fumigation, In the present epdem- That s the te existed, all other will an M W. s Ro la
people l tsthe ety. ic it is being carried on by the state Palafox street, and south of Romans be sprayed with d a t s te ee
A w pthe uccty. officers, and with the state's money. street, to the bay in both directions The masr i nt do d.Ut
war apelt las succeeded the This is said, in explanaflon to the pub- Yesterday the mayor decided to put ton, and he is giving hi sh e s i- Poltollo,
e snapoflast week. and that s By Associated Press. lic, who seem to be confused on the a dozen men with sprayers in this dis-on, heil

EVRS townKp Fr- F"ftr "ed that the body of Sir Henry lrving The spraying of houses with disin- district and destroy the mosquitoes t the fever, bt the e
5 V Rrf UATION IMIPStrt Ca Ori- will be buried in Westminister Ab- fectant is done by the city, and is or- if an impression be made in this di- has discovered proe tha ber Mtl Carr
IN MIhISSlI AI TSU arO&bey. dered by the mayor, and the State.trict it will be a 6'emonstration of his than fumigation in yellow fever, bes
-S J MI. m. cause it can be used out of doors t The D
Ja s. Oct. I.-The Mis- kill infected mosquitoes that have le deaths during
snias(ppSever summary for today is the houses, as well as indoors, bes de A 4 N
Vso gllows- Aev. L B. Croom, the colored minis- being cheaper, just as efetive ad hel Sellers, 21
sne new case i country. ter. who was arrested Saturday by the He lays down the propu.t.o ths s ese f 0
Natches, three new cases, two new Crow" street ear law, was given Accepting the aqult th O
*srcl. i yellow fever cannot be tr.n*!t i I I
mb e new casel before Recorder Laney in the mu- ffomtes. It can only be trn tt i
Hambsur. o ne s ew cse. r nicipal court yesterday morning, and, by t moquioes, detrease oI neweae
e a nes. Go. poa tei oe sentence to serve thirty daysIrne, t S
Port Gibson and GMWr one cae a se the city jail. tey sthe yellow teveryoumustepthe mm- ly t col wea
a. he city was rted by Attor quitoes frm biting the people rse w ld ontine
Thney John B Jones end the defend by Attor- quttoes can be stopped mm bitg pee ftmlgato wa
by Geo. W. Parker. Mr. Jones cited p in
FE SC E the ordinance under which the arrest o ing nd or
AT LOMATON had bee mde, and substituted an- re ier and keeping the iltos a
A LO A other affidavit for the one under w-ch de or aby killing the mo qltoes. A a han be driven
the arrest had been mdeor by killing the mositoes. A er, he
the arrest had been made.t mosqu, ito transmits no yelow fer athro w o
tParker moved that the affidavit be Therefore to get rid of the yellw fmigation will pro
UCH EXCITEMENT CAUSED BY quashea, and the motion being as fol- er before frost we must get rid of the order that they may
MUCH EXCITEMENT CAUlED BY ows: mosquitoes. Killing tke mosqnjtoe= is Good Work'
LARGE NUMBER OF MOS In Recorder's Court, City of Pensa- all that is necessary, it makes no dff- T e fumigating co
A NUMBER Ocola, Escambia County, Florida.- ference how they Ere killed, whether ellent work during l
QUITOES IN SEALED The City of Pensacola vs. L. B. w with spray, or sulphur fulgation d a and fulmigating 154
Croom. sledge hammer. Any process that kills the duy. There is a
SCARS. And now comes L. B. Croom into o i w p the mosquitoes will be effectual, employed and they a
court in his own proper perso at- A spraying machine, or ,tomiser as squads and assigned
tended by his attorney. G(eo. W. Park- some people call it, made of tin can be trictsa in the city. In
Special to The Journal. er, and motion of court to quash said purchased for forty or ftfty cents work l done system
Piomaton. Oct. l.-Our little town affidavit and warrant, because saia which wfll do the work effectually, and roughly.
In in some degrec agitated as news ordinance is unconstitutional. Mayor Bliss advises that the people Opposed FIu
zoning direct from Castleherry. a 1. Because said ordinance at- .* purchase one of these machines and One arrest was ma
siall place a few stations above here, tempts to grant and force legislative give their homes a goodspraying every perso oppoln g the
reported 7 or S well developed cases power upon persons, companies and i l day or two. The city will furnistoh the T person was Mr
of yellow fever, arid three deaths, corporations other than municipal cor- ') liquid free of cost so long as the y residg at 111 Sout
Dr. Moar of Mobile, v'sited the place poratlons, to make rules and regula- / low fever lasts. A room with one f It sesms that thehi
and atte!ndd to the lurial of the tions governing the white ano colored CASD J these machines could be emi tualy tim she opposed the
dea4. fumigaing and screening the citlsens of the city of Pensacola a.s j sprayed in two or three mlatea time f ffmgate the houe
sick. It is said that he cannot ac- passengers along the street car lines -s and no complaints have been receive wtem to do
count for the ur.cin of the disease of said city without authority of law, of any damage an n o anything except the corse as soon as th
except from i:fc',,d steeomyia fron and i. contrary to a republican form Pot flowers, which it kills. They can poted to the police
th .cas from N.w Orleans stopping of government. 1 be removed from the room while the mader rmret

a.t the itak a-,r. the infected 2 Se>ond section of said ord spraying s beng doe, or the i
arter being in <~oe proximity to anct. ;s vague and uncertain. ir kept away from them they w not in
te1, tank 1. The council. in its legislative be injured. Many were palaed
Ap;o;'rs of this t,. acent opened capacity exceeded its charterrights as The sprayers yesterday sprayed day morning of the
a -'eaied car &: w < ,wk this a. m.. granted by the state legislature by, any stores and places of batnes s Mgie Hamma, wh
I',- In order tu ,,..; a crate of granting leislatlve power to persons, m besides many interiors of residme-es. Antony's blpital,
'<':.k ,ns and a lx o, fish he set h;s companies and corporations other than No complaint whatever is made of th carried fo treatment
Ir" 'rn inside Imn.r !.a-'v rth2 mos- state agents. and depriving the mayor process while many marvel at the ef- The young lady was
e~ armec around :th< h ht and mad" of his rights to be a member of al fe:.-ual manner that it dipatheo the o ae nd since the
s :P,''iv at'ackI upon the chickens. board- or committies to make th?\ rerosquo. been earning her wW
4( kf,e, up his lait.-rn and disap- rules and regulations referred to in rsaulns were Interre
Per<:" if)iout cern,.-v His fee'- sai,. ordinance as provided by charter. LEADING ACTORS TAKE services being oonduc
i:*- .re au intense a- his, account 4. Said ordinance is in violation ot A A E teron at Po's und
y 'wa's. xc:Tng. Cons .qut.n-l no one Fection two (2) of the Fourteenth APPROPRIATE ACTION Mr A
car r, ar :',e future. Amendment of the Constitution of r-.- --- Mrs. AnK, whore
Mrs John Driw we are glad to see the United Statef of America, which London, Oct. 16.-A strong move- North Aleaa street
e acgail af:er a cold that confined denies any state the rights to pass any ment is being made to secure for the vithas yesterday of
lier to hlr d for some days. law abridging the rights and privilege body of Henry Irving burial West- lady who was highly
M E Mccurdy the sheriff at of citizens of the United States. [minister Abbey. No definite declaim with who she was
Ca np No 1i on a visit to his fam- Overruled the Motion. will probably be arrived at beore to- Ibo for more than
: i s Judge Laney. after hearing the argu- morrow, but the Deai of Wet fl were in hope
M ; Ez h," Haves the efficient prin- ments of the attorneys, reviewed the ter e his to ,weiem, e a tb
c pa, tlr a tr'4 t Ier friend* M sses overruled the motion to quash. celvee actors and UsMrbs *-ta and t
52Z.". itan S M(C rdv She was A motion for a new trial will b. d deeded to an w the g s s idto a w wse
a .,..pa4 r "' .: M; Agge McCrd-, made by Parker, and uond was given UNCLE SAM-PESTIFEROUS. AINT HR. FRBNCHY! A
t K ^ourida, for the aDearanoe of the defendant 1 CASTR S ATTITUDE 18 UNcHANGD TOWAR h TH UNITEHD STAT=U AND -RA1- aW f w1il s "ir at -_anoie g (Otmmae I



Cases and Ti



he ofelal -m.
low fever alta**
o...*....*. 70
ate ........417
y ... 2....
date ....... 7

a n Pemsaola caon
e encouraging with
ght's official report
new cases and two
owed a Sanday mri
ad and two deaths,.
two days of only
and four deaths.
rt did not come as
ate health officials.
looking for a do-
er of cases about
the prevalence of
ag the latter por-

eported luat nigtI
,316 Ast Romana
10 West Jaesoa
d, 806 West Greg-
on, 214 N. Alcanti
corner Tarramon
217 North as
oll, 600 Salan
yesterday ar:
orth Hayne strsqL
2 Mait GrewogM

eer Porter state
cause for the bW
as was undoubted
r which prevailed
hoped that the d4
b, but said that V
not rushed that
crease during tas
week. Now that
ted in resdime.
there by M
tat the wr of
grean rapMly, it
be killed.
rps did m e.
rcsterday, T.attag
residences daring
large force oI-
re divided up late
d to certain di
i this msr tihe
atically sad tahe

de yesterday C a
ftNhlgag esrpL
s. U~ter WaOa
h Tenth avese,
usbant was de
Smen who cam
re and would st
their work. Of
e matter was rei'
she was piased

to learn y so
e death of M1
io expired at 9.
where she ws
t some days aL
but sixteen yaV
age of twelve baM
livelihood. The
d by friends, the
ited yesterday as
lertaking pralke,
i Expires.
sided at No. 400
was one of the
the fever. The
esteemed by al5
acquainted, had.
a week aMd ear
* that she would@
e best of medJak
tion, bum durt#
night she caw
, the end omf
ge re.

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ThvJd4:r wcd

With the tremendous growth of ntoter -
Ofttnal commerce and the growing de-
Pendence of the great nations upon each
Otet' tor the very aecealties of national
Wte. the harbors, which are actually the
Mah of states. drawing ti and dli-
111*utig the vital oesmeoditlea wh'ch
MtWr oft and build up the Industrial
MsrIAtwss of the various countries.
have become or prime Importance. The
'tft, sure and economic handling of
6000 at the docks Is somethBing which
Is ow a* abeolute -ecm-ty. yeit It i
rmarkable bow backward the great
harbors of the world are. Ia so far
as mechanktal improuemests are con-
O*".UWoodeB docks amd the handling
a rrlt o oatruckaucs hed by one-man
P&wer a" still the dominmating features
t all except tw or three of the world'
latest harbor. The amount of money
vetded and involVed in thje wharves
sat docks of the great harbWe Is to t re-
aouh. and this aGiW has been ex-

harbor privileges Oe
a y Slut ah meeh It toI ke adturu

-.ratage or to ebsin'90 lbs necessity of
telatest hienath0as of applied I
tare aaed fee the Mdat Rail-
wam teanw. ofJoy tot thae ilway I
out or &an od anaPto-b aad tebarif-

ofe claowhh ao od the

whleo tegod end thetiersptm-
clsively tow th* of Railway
barber privlegelro rt hae
aItat or at6o1 U rmDear> ty of
st e lal tewst of ee of applied d
At haa retao nfi for th* eIdhad Ralb I

aswbog consrw cted sl hatbor er-
KY tO Oeal. Of wlan uba. to have it
out of hawd an WD-to-tUf-muiuto har-

esr. and. wath t w*a bator of the
wwole of the ood a thon ed tie st Ien
asvely toa te malm and Rbltwns a I
pesposing oAt lev ersarbor. Of tan

eeands aref crily, Imas eads agese
p ey. l setrComat of perfire all the
Iborsa Uttle tow l ofading.wneloadg.
docking a handlngd earebor wOthe
I- gUot. of great lan ti ifea rt,
samee. Lo thise let) brwct the
ba4of non will be comfiasd &nnogt qR-
ealttveply to the tower of buttons or
L presi otwrd a AsI ounseea. bhd-
= adb y aresu the aultd a lea-y.
tMbellty el wtU trher all the
labors attmtbes to fLM cub
rocking and handftc in overy waY te-
earrome at a1mat Atlantic freteifft-c
rtmrs. Dot while electrse"t wMh-
agent. the potential power, or Umla
bbrtor will be is the toaaafo
of sort east WhIch ar alr-t heig
Riwd in the weao eable"
upth wetward 810aid fth harbw.
ar Ube Coal Vun Woti be i Sn ea i^

mes alrteadcay Inl as reaio e eel-
trtctt. Between the ea dt**-
tsicn7 thim wou@tWaru now habor h
ntetrposmsd mithof m ehs o ~a
tfbeds has ofef t* oetf the a -

unie of oatp;t. (The,,>s8 gas generat-
int plant In the world.
Electric Power Does Everythlia.
The rnt!r- scheme if power transmil-
Sion Is tlhe nmt c(.irplete and marvelous
"' yet ur.icrtaken by encnpers. The
electric rnotor wil te attached to ever)
knTowr. r-Mranismrn in connection with
harbor work. nd a number of remrtrk-
abli invent ons have bern evolved which
wiU enn!, rn ocean Steamship to load
end unloarl Its ttouBan d %upon thou-
saunds of t is of freight in one-quarter
the time n"w occupied in London. Uv-
erpool, New York or Havre. These
wonderful machines Include electrically
operated cranes which toss the enor-
mous masses of freight in and out of
the holds at a speed which taxes the
observation of the human eye. Electric
freight elevators of tremendous floor
area soar up and. down with the In and
out going freight. depositing it upon
moving angwayu propelled by electric-
Ity. which carry the freight to the va-
rious section. of the enormous stora&3
warehouses which are built just back
of the wharves.
-secret of all this is the fact that a
Saving of omnc 230,000.000 ohn be effected
In the handling, storing and transmis-
sion of the enormous volume of freight
which It Is expected will be diverted
fror.. London and Uver-xool to this Lan-
cashire port. A saving of even so much
as 0 cents a ton on it expected-the
economy may prove several times great-
er in handling ocean freight-will make
the Investment of nearly M.O .oOo oIn
this brand-new. made-to-order harbor of
eyshwa paywaL Th railway faom-
tioes between w t lsadon arei
eaoeliemL The Midlaid Railway has a.
four-track road between the two cit-s
and has junction points which w-on. e-
abl- ft t0 distribute the vast volume of
commodities laid down at Its port rapid-
aadcdheap to every portion of Great
Bta~in rnreight en route
for Irelano an the Isle of Man caM be
more cbeaply laid down at this Modern
harbor and then forwarded to Its final
destndation then delivered diret to
them potato.,
trea est H ahauleat Haveg.-
But while the eommere l vaiu oftato
latest and aseatest triuisph for -
produced lettty waAs, owsv the
only eaaa why such emoramus eapial
was put Into ILt. Meyheba arbor ehas
for t heasetet ad wthe eaainewr, sad.
in toL aet. Mr evy to tta
eves g et as Va
"M"te electrIcty. The at
with gatim teat w
erasrs at "a laAcester eaftion Ma veryI

mall scale, and. meeting within eminent
succe-s. decided to adopt the same plan
for Heysham with tn dIfference that *.
the blond gas system is b-ing used.
ThEre are many points of intere-t in i
connection with this system, which pri- s
mnarly depends for t m generation of
gas upon the putting of a blast of hut o
air and steam at a fairly low pres-ure A
and temperature over hitumInous r.anll
coal contained in a g"ts producer. lFromr
thence the gEr;s passe to the Puper-
heater. where it losrs the greater port of
its heat. and to the dust boxes and
washer, where It is cleaned preparatory BP
to nterlnge the gns tower through a
hydraulic nonreturn valve. Here it is
sill furthercnoled. nd flows into a small
gas holder, which la not looked upon as
a reserve but rather as a means of re-
ducing the pressute fluctuations that
would otherwise be set up by the en- 76'
gine. The cleaning process ia now re
sumed by the aid of a rapidly rotating
fan that agitatesa the gac and a saw-
dust scrubber. which combination suf-
fices to remove the last traces of tar w
an allows the gas to pasa to the en- t
Wine In a clean state. The air blast,
besides belnK hVted by contact with the
furnace shell, se on Its way to the
producer through the air tower, which viding the ignition current, constitute
FM heated by the water that was used the entire engine auxiliary plant- There
for cooling purposes In the gas tower; are four booster* installed. two for the
after this it Joins the team and pases feeders and two for the batteries; of the
tarouch the superheater, robbing the former, one is used in the lightin;
gas of its beat, as before mentioned mains. and conslats of a shunt wound
thus providing an excellent example o motor, coupled to two wound dynamos.
a regenerative process that take with each fswhIch- ies capable of dealing with
one hand and4 Ives with the other. so a feedi current of o00 ampere t-
othat Uttlueis woa t It at theL maximum load to the
The steam conasts of the exhawt from =nt of 25 volta. The NO also provides
the blower engine used for ctroulatIng automatically for variatso7i In the load
the air and alo u that from the o ua. and pressure of two sides by the follow-
There Is a sutodlary injector luacaied log d tthods:
an a standby on the blower and coal- An auxiliary series o06 is proved OB
elevating ger. and a weighing machine each machine, the two eDO ME toneted
that automtncally registers the amount ina ertes with each other and the third
of coal used. Two such complete pro- wtre. The coils are 0o consectld or
ducer sets have been pat down at this wound as to exercise opK9Ote Infuence
installation and extensaons are evidently e0 the two boosterM. ana by this msrana
anticipate. a room has been left for a whn there s a current the third
third. The maximum otPe u of each is wre the pressure of the heavier loaded
N-horsepower. and one produ r wil Ide ticresed and that of the lighter
deal with 7 tons ofm coa tIe ch load I dim nished by an amw oit that Is
boura. generat"ng IMUM eubec feet of closely progortional to the I*"d. A two-
gas with each ton. ae enge-hor e way switch provides for th eqt
equipment has been left to their ear of or o fthia arr*I~an i aami.
the Brittsb Westinaho in ailJtk an ordinary w 1
who ha veInsmtoaled thre g oenaes The power fetr o toa tt
each directly eoupled to a Wulag- tunaad at f un load. uba1" Sai
house dynamo and uarantfeed tewlt r atcrraat sn ie, w31
at~ ~ -U aesein tol=m"A' a pCo.aeat
at too [Cm-it a f 78 to maw l-aMHofas
16 cubW feet of f*w Atrhs the
=a ceBuu."AlmB Pe tr Mpw woI -W ae, awor Am Mesaes&*
rnc e by a per Ot 1 U0110T1e 11-1 air- o a .
co ehe starting Is T

and a naD isc s sat t

they are mechanically coupled together.
The exciter being compound wound.
with its winding connected to the bars
and the series across the end of a low
resistance inserted between the feeders
and the generating plant, varies the
pressure of the boosters automaticaly
in the usual manner and hand regulation
is also possible over a wide range.
The battery, consisting of 23U cels. Is
conveniently arranged in one tier, and
is capable of a maximum discharge rmate
of 300 amperea for three hours, the nor-
mal working rate being ISO amperes for
six hours. For short periods of half a
minute or so a dtiscarg rate of as
much as W40 amperes is possible and
necessary, owing to the heavy use of
electrical cranes, lifts and other ma-
Where They SwIteh the Power.
The large number of boosters employed
necessarily complicates the switching
gear. with the result that switchboard
operations are not of the stiaplet char-
acter. The chances of norrtt manip-
ulatIon have. however, be- consider-
ably minhimzed by -the introduptto. of
Interlocking devices, and no d"floelty
Is anticipated ti this directIon. The
wer faeders are rteted by tite-
mt remt breakers e WeIr hoW.AN
m111141114L ad the lg~~ leader*by
doubb t 110011M~n
euuawi~w vofslOW
m m d, i OW bus Mr -

Noteworthy feature is that all fuses are
placed on the back of the board, the
circuit breakers, of course, being on the
front. as in ordinary practtc. The very
favorable position of the switchboard
with regard to ease of access and light
Is to be commended. The accompanying
Illustration shows that there io ample
room around the patnela, the backs of
which face the engine-room windows.
and are thus In a poasition unfavorable
to mistakes.
Despite the f- that th* construct tion
of the plant and station is auch am to
almost preclude any poasibbllty of firo,
the arransotonts for epping with It.
should occae. *nase are most com-
plete. Two .lMPw*ther fire engines
ate lotalled to a roum adjacent to the
boiler-house. %adosst*t each of a air

ftvtely. In the large and small goe
sheds. both 3P yards away, ed at a Po
sitlon on the aorth side of the barbtr
at a distance of r yards. Leavingt the
main board to treaohes. the feeders we
carried overhead double 40-foot p3t ,
betng suspended by imeap of the M
leather loops from a galvanised ke
wire carried over oil tasulaters
At the distributig statiem they s*w
inmate on the eroesbaws. Where se
idered desirable It has be1m arrase" ft
couple the power and lightitg aam
together at oa' -tatiob tIbregh tw
reverse current cututts, wMih th ide
that either iatan can be laed W botl
purpose. tihe ofat af ema own
Proni the distrIbutinl boards etSiI aS
taken to the various Iitift gP0W
ernaes and capstan. The mbles ar
carried in theM ease mo far ftgl em
oil Inmsulators *tMt to 1res-I
poles. from whik M the Ma m eow.
peaded. There as&M to aB N0 ae r Ma
each fitted with a loweritg emN 0 *
the Gase of ofutsidel lkaip Uter an *
the double-ttolWee tyw Other lMhla
is carried out by Mnsm at W 0 -eandl*
power Ieaaltso bteoomsW Saud es
power. l4m m a
1-amperse Isamps -

A point of great lInerest I tis lbs
hig of the low level N 9ight pl1iMe11
which at high tide are I-l-N W
water. Necessarily the lio 4
the flight in these poettlom ta N& lte
callng for the greatest a at the
best of workmaashiP altbstgh ft
only the drops to the tS tIht are
actually under th tefm-e et hse elS
water. The plan adptag iM fe ineW
the* wiringtis hea- eals 11 e011
tubes with screwe I Jsts. the w01 be.
fug ooated aIn tUs 11 The fitting aa re *vy 5*k tl -and
thorougH'y water tlght, tSess4 be--
cemented to aN OrWn a W G30 1sN1
made between the -eN mi bsG -SpeM
part of the *ttiag by. m, e *-IN
This and all the other w a work
carried out with Wr w
canised rbtor cablk
Thlse daptaioo e or s
harbor macbfauery thaj m*y be11
at Heysham J>L~eas -XrnieSfS?
W: mpeis o stas tInstaled. the w
which are to be need r
are of the gr test 1t
motors are of A
the carlrtan th a=
wards by the 8 *: .J
thus onverUJnt the. I -
of the motor shaft into an up and W
motion and gearing It to& a a S e
ale for the en'apttLT. he O w10
g'pir Is operated by tMhe ,ota
inecssanrily. contains Some qvel
ti.rr!. Th deipression of the l ev *e
not dlrortly operate the startiU g sWl
this being netimted b*aaie7 d Al'
tht it ites is to make certain n ti
connPftions whkh Zsltfain t- mae*
piznx rof the rcontrolter and t" nt1
of the Rwitreh gradually feros t to
stop. An internal ovotlad cutout to
provide whech operates Un exM e ste
Inri, in such a manner 11 to ask
hnnd rep'.im'rnent unnecesseay; the row
Leasing of the treadle and the Sosn*.
wv-nt e'ifting off of the current autow
mntfleally returitat1b ea- t Ohe I0
worhknx position. This arrengmient e.
-tlrelv exs waiy with the ever-pw it
poibhillity of ignorant W
corrching the circuit breaker, a very
frquePnt occurene wMen aelee mio .
cnres atie placed In the bands at
stupid people.
Electrietty souts DOeer, TeeM
Freight and Welfhe the Caiapt
There are 1I electricaly operated
for passengers and goodsi I D66
the harbor IlandIng stage. Ty a
worked by a 30-horepowr mtdr, M
fitted with the usual ce-trol sad-
nrrangements. In ad4ttla am--* ,
wator levelcutoff whib th =
height that varies wtts thetb
The cranes. of which there
se en feature of a iovel ee K.JW
Ifttance. the wharf eranlt an
with a free barrel a
hosting which runsMe ss
whe>n lowering. and to ofattifpKl
an automnatlc clutch whew
effecting a saving of t
tions and a conelderambi
the current of the motor.
controlled magnetIcally by a
heated by the sun. an4 e0gese e
eratlon when one awx 6ona
rent. The speed of ea
when lowering is n 11*.
tion foot brake. Owec118-~
voltage devices are fitted.- ti m
Irn geared to the co IN S
manner that the mewr
be switched on nut.
leased, thus r ble evu f
breaking away.
The mootors arei of (Os WiU~k-
traction type. The eWMs f~r~~
are 40-ho repower ad tIkft me.---
tars of 17- horsepowW. T-e Ve-etiws
speeds of each eintel--I bee ne4
300 feet Per Ml ^. TWi nta ptform
cranes are fitted wiktW 1w miLt
speeds being in this isa E--M and

sped In 4JaidlingftI rinib Shlir?

and .1eema grB ~t.PW.atan
Harbor. ^Ttiim bin geni*~us Use
In *he phaslutaly new ara ofrani-AI-


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CC.Ossilm go&~ Asuspasg

p, llfm, 9 MS7W, W TS

OF_ 9 . % .... ... ... ..


Hon. W. A. Blount retire yeter
4-< day from Maine, where he wet snse
weeks ago on legal business.
The fishing schooners Clara Howell
and Clara R. Grtime reached port yea-
terday, both having had good catrheS
of nappers.
The revenue cutter Hamilton,
which is engaged In doing patrol
duty Ia the Gulff was In port yester-
fay for a short time.
The many friend of Mr. and Mrs.
Herraa, of Goulding win be pleased
to learn that both are recovaing from
an attack of typhoid fever.
Ernest (ranel. who as beam
In this country for nearly a year, con-
cectea with Frederickaon & Louis
tailoring establishment left Sunday
for his oil bome in Germany.
"The best things are the least come-
atable" was written before the age of
"Omnigranms"-- ant ada. Want adver-
,or tising makes all reasonable things
**oome-ateabe." Try The Journal's
waat ads.
Those. Kkt, who left the city with
Shi% a -ty some tUe since, going to
Nashville, returned to the city yester-
day. He left his family at Meridlan,
where they will remain until quaran-
tine is raised and the fever stamped
In remitting $5.00 to The Journal
for the fever relief fund, Joe ttoth.
who is nuw in Chicago, wrties: "II
hope that the conditions now exift-
S ling in Pensacola will soon be sup-
pressed, so that all of us refugees
can return.home. There is nothing
so welcome to me as The Journal for
we wouldn't know anything shout
conditions there if we did not receive
your paper."
Considerable excitement was cre-
ated on Baylen Street wharf yester-
day morning, when a mule attached
to a dray, loaded with wood, became
frightened and backed into the bay.
A number of persons assisted the
driver in unhitching the mule from
the dray, and finally a naptha launch
passed along and attached a rope
around the neck of the mule, and
towed It to shallow water.
It pays housekeepers to use Blue
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts.
They are so pure and strong that
every drop counts. Ask your grocer
ior Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla,
sad say it plain.
Sy Asociated Press.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 16.-The print-
ers have struck. No afternoon pa-
pers appeared here today and the ma-
)ority of the morning papers will be
unable to appear tomorrow.
The day passed without disorder.
The strike has not yet extended to
the industrial establishments.

Old Sores that refuse to heal are a co
me aoeto health. They sap the vitalit
draiinar the system of its very life fi



2- S.ww & g mq_^ __ *** _aA

let OW Clithing t Umade to
our order; mmde as we kaow
god clhiag -"mld be made.
2d. ConMem tly It ba some
u d rtatore aof o ear own
worked in. tL
3rd. Not l"ow Cheap," but
"How Good" Io our motto.
4th. No imitatio of foreign
fahkon but afe on the lines fav-
c by practical business men
of te country.
Sth. No passing tad-b-ut all
the new styles.
3th. If this saits your ideas
our Suits will suit you.




-i- m Cnu, Wmi MhI, inu
I lp T to me that a certain physician of Pen- :s ot a&l811n th&
sacola made report of case of yellow 32g^, dfa be quielly relieved and
I8 Cu FI g r-i- To fever to the cty health o icer
m m" rV m 10 through the mail this morning, which -b
1K&_ M P lbfl.. Case seems to have been decided up-
on yesterday, the fiftVnth instant,
the date of the report and afumiga- HAMLIN
tion of the rocm and- house where
At LP 'IE THAT THEY DID NOT such case occurred has been hereby ,
delayed, your attention is called to
REPORT CASES OF FEVER this evasion of -the city ordinance re-
W I TEY W E TREATIGquiring a report to be made to the
WHICH THEY WERE TREATING city health officer within five nours
-LETTER FROM OR. PORTER TO of the occurrence of such cases. be l because
have positive evidence also that No time should be lost, because
THE MAYOR. cases of indisputable yellow fever are ng trouble may easily develc:
being treated in this city of which
no report has ever been made. If into pneumomia or OMU1mIption
Two physician, Dr. L. C. Phillips these' infractions of the city laws ale Ramli= u Wizard Oil, applied tc
andi Dr. Jas.. Herron, the latter one permitted to continue, it will be im-
nd Js. S. Herron, the latter one possible to rid the city of infected t he reeves t e pain and L
of the oldest practitioners of the city,i yellow fever mosquitoes, as the iufec- lammatiO, loOe100 S Up the Cougi,
were arrested ysterdaya&ernocn by tive period of the human in yellow id s00 on ? the &ase.
Captain Fondebilla. upon warrants fever to the stegomyia is within the
charging them with failure to report ifrst three dayi of illness. If some "My yutto girl," writes Rich
required by withinew city ordinance radical and stringent steps are not w Thoitcm of Q 010..
required by the new city ordinance ..edl.ately taken by the city gov--o 6w U -- .
Dr. Phillips is charged with not ernment to correct the quibbiing of!S1 feu11 Ot or ll with6 & cOld
haviag reported the case of Fred A. diagnoses and evasion of law in r .e lngs sce i W birth, "a
guard to reporting yellow fever cases,
Dr. Porter visited the patient last I shall be compelled to imform the finally the tro ble became seio-
week and found that it was a case 3t president of the State Board of No renlef fgae rdef, until w
fever, but no report, it I stated was Health and the governor that the'
ever made to the health officer. terms under which I have been in-' tred aminliB Wisrd Oil, one bot-
The case causing the arrest of Dr'. tructed to expend the state health tie of which permanently cured
Herron is that oft Mrs. P. C. Credille, funds in an extensive and expensive te, P 0 .
who has been I for evTeral-davs, but fumigation of this city with the object

from the
v of the;
ch ass. -
voring to
but wuoi
of funds.I
low get- 1
ens and
o shou-d
t once.


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no report was u mltted to the health in view of speedily ridding the city Bod and nO Pied by German-AmericanLumber Co. 50.]
authorities ut Sunday, when a re- of yellow fever Infection, are not be- Saunders Mill Co............ 25.0
port was received through the mails. ing complied with on the part of sote I WHITE'S HARMACY J. R. Saunders................ 50.0
The manner I which cases of this of the citizens of Pensacola, whose ob- 1nla, Fla. Pensacola, St. Andrews &
character have been kept from the structtve methods render null and. Phone 110, Night Phome 446. Gulf Steamship Co.......... 250
authorities, especially at a time when void any effort which may be made D. Kugleman................10.
they desire to learn of their existence in this desired direction. ITI ATIi1 GR&SU J. Geo. White ................. 5.
at once In order that the work of "Very respectfully, SITU TIN UJG S. P. Shotter Co.............. 250.0
fumigation can begin, caused Dr. Por- "JOuk5PH Y5. r "MstMOr.Efl URAGINGIf Jos Coleman ............ 2.0
ter to take immediate steps, and to *StateHealth Offier." MOR a mA. F. Warren............... 25.0
address a letter to the mayor. This M.L."State Heath OfficRoch....................5.0
letter, which is self-wplanatory il as Took Quick Steps. (Continued From firstt Page. Jno. B. Jones................. 5.0
follows: as th mayor received this T. H. Lannon & Co ........... 150
Dr. Poere' Lt r letter he at once proceeded to the pa- yesterday.morning.. Sh4leaves a num- Wm. Johnson & Son.......... 25.0
"Executtve Offce. State Board of lice station where he furnished the her of relatives and a host of friends, Clutter Music House.......... 10.0
Health of lhotida, Pensacoia, Fla., information he had received and war- who will mourn her lows. Meyer Shoe Store .... ...... 15.0
Standard Clothing Co ........ 10.0
Oct. 16, 1905. rants were issued for the arrest of A ad .Douville TImber and Land Co. 5.0
"Hon. Chas. H. Blis, Mayor of City the doctors. They will both appear r One of the eaddet deaths that has Maxwell & Reeves ........... 20.0
of Pensacola, Florida: In the municipal court this morning occurred was that of Etel Sellers, the S. Pasco, Jr.................. 5.0
"Dear Sir--A It has been reported for trial before Recorder Laney. nine-year-ola' daughter 'of Mrs. G. B. P. Campbell................. 5.0
Sellers, of 212 East Gregory street. H. H. Boyer................. 25.0
W F APP INTF The little girl was J convalescing Kress & Co.................. 10.0
| From diphtheria when Ihe was taken D. Hale Wilson.............. 25.0
W OLfE APPO INTED with yellow fever, hboWing symptoms A. M. Avery................. 25.0.
of the latter a week 'ago Monday and Gordon & Brown.............. 15.0!
PD I/ATiF SEC RETARY dying from the disease a week later, i Thos. Pebley........ ........ 5.01
P VATE S E CRETARY Two Other children in the house, one Forbes Furniture Co........... 404
older and one younger than Ethel, are N. G. Forcheimer............. 10.0
now convalescing from d phtheria. A.i, H. G. DeSilva & Co............ 25.04
M. A. Brown, recently resigned in or- the house has not yetspeen fumigated W. A. D'Alemberte............ 10.0(
kIWS M aChoR PU Titjte 'd* to accept the appointment jof and is regarded as Infected with Jas. McHugh .............. 25.0'
sheriff of Dural county, leaving the diphtheria, the burial had to be made Sol Cahn & Co............... 25.0(
office vacant. As soon as this became last night, the law, equiring burial B. Gerson............ ....... 15 0
known a numinte of persons applied within, nine hours wher4ldiphtheria in- J. Kryger & W. .......... 17 9(
f M l u l Psti or the position, but from among the section exists. Green & Watson ............ 10.0
S ni number Mr. Wolfe was chosen by the The mother of this afflicted' family J. C. VanPelt................. 5.0
governor, and will assume charge of has had more to bear tin this case than! The Pensacola Journal........ 25.00
his duties at an early date. mothers are usually called u)on to suf- C. B. Parkhih .. .. ....... 10 0(
MR. WOLFE HAS HELD NUMER- The news was gladly received in fer. Her husband died about a year Naval Stores Export Co.. .. .. 250.M0
Pensacola. as .t was known that the ago and three of her children have ust W. B. Wright Co............ 50.0
OUS FEDEIRAL AND STATE .PO. Pensacola geutieman is well equipped had diphtheria, one d'. them as told N. Apostle ....................25.0
SITION8 AND IS WELL FITTED to hold the position and will no douo)t Cove later taking yellow' fever and McDavid-Hyer Co.. .......... 25.0
give satisfaction, not only to the gov- succumbing -J it. Another of the chil- R. G. Bushnell................ 20.00
FOR THE OFFICE TO WHICH HE ernor. but the entire state. dren, a,'boy, is now under observation A. A. Fisher ................50.0
Judge Wolfe has held a large num- as a possible yellow fever case. H. Baars & Co, ............... 00 .0
HAS BEEN APPOINTED. ber of public positions, having been Another Death. Pensacola Lumber Co .......100.
United States District attorney for a After the omcial'eport of the State John Shepard ................ 5.0
News reached the city yestraynumber of year, as well as having Board of Health ha been compiled A. DiLustro ............. 2 00
morning to the ethect that Governor been honored upon a number of occa- last night, W. W. Walls. of 531 East Alex Zelius .................. 10.00
morning to the effect that Governor
Broward had selected Hon. J. Em- sons by the citizens of Etcambi.i Government street died. death occur- D. Levy ..................... 1.00
met Wolfe of this hefty as his private county, serving a term in the Florida ring shortly after 9 o'clock. The de E. J. Dunham ................ 5.00
secretary from among the large num- legislature. 0 ceased was the local manager of the Gulf Machine Co............. 25.00
Some time ago The Journal publish- Jesse French Piano and Organ Co.. 0. H. Smith & Son............ 10.00
ed a dispatch ,from Tallahassee in and had reached the age of 59 year;. Bar Pilots ....'... ....... 100.00
which it was stated that Judge Wolfe Previous to coming to Pensacola, W. D. Lamar................100.00
would no doubt be the choice of the where he had resided for the past two Scarritt Moreno .............. 5.00
governor for thi. important position, years, he was located in Birmingham. W. ,. .Rosasco ............... 10.00
the telegram coming from those wv.) where he is well known and liked. l. Marine Grocery Co............ 5.00
were in a position to know and con- resided for a number of years in At- 11. Muller .................... 5.00
sequently whet the news :reached, lanta before going to Birmingham. F. O. Howe & Co............. 25.00
here yesterday it was not unexpected, Mrs. Walls. who has been constantly J. C. Porter .................. 10.00
but was pleasing neWertbeless to the in attendance upon her husband. is J. A. Chaffin ................ 25.00
gentleman s host cf friends. also quite ill, ue to nursing her hus- H. H. Thornton............... 10.00
L and during his illness. The funeral J. B. Roberts.................. 10.00
Sick headache is caused by a disor- will take place this afternoon at 3 J. P. Wflliams Co ............ 100.00
(dred condition of the stomach and i clock from Northup and Woods un T. A. Jennings................ 100.00
*is quickly cured by Chamberpain's dcrtaking parlors. Geo. W. right .............. 50.00
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale Sunday's Report. Cash ........................ 5.00
bty all druggists. Sunday's report of new cases an 'Quina & Guttman ............ 10.00
_.,________ deaths is as follows: Frank Reilly ................ 25.00
New Cases. S. A. Friedman................ 10.00
J. H. Caswell, 416 South Olivia D. Dannheisser .............. 5.00
street. H. Anson ................... 1000
Jseph Dykes, 800 East Aragon Marston & Quina ............. 25.00
Joseph DIW. J. & B. Forbes...........100.00
street.N. Goldring .... .............. 15.00
Mrs. John Beck. 800 East Aragon NCash ..o ................ 5.0 .9
GET THE BOOK street CAs. White & Co ............. 5.00
Ernestine Van Metre. 701 West .ar n Fisht Co.... 100.00
OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE. Main street. Pen c ol s lo..............10.
Pe s c lara street. "les ......... 10.00
John H. Cheatham. 207 North DeVil- C. Thiesen,.........100.00
eters str .....
FRANCISIC M L. F. Johv, 211 South Alcaniz stre,:. .I ...
HON. J. EMMET WOLFE, FRANCIS H. 'Henry Booske. 618 Salamanca street A HILL TALE.
-- na'Mack, 413 North Reus tre-it.
Appointed Private Secretary to Gover- REACHES PORT Estella Sellars, 212 East Gregr A Blunt old Colorado Miner on Ps-
nor Jrward. street. turn.
ber of applicants for the position. Besstre Williams, 2 East Rua A clergyman may be eloquent, may
The governor's private secretary, FISHING SCHOONER ENCOUNTER. Miss Kate Connors, 321 East Zar- use the choicest language, dressing
ragossa street. s earnest desire to help his fellow-
raosananI* ,hemost elevated, ch.qste and
ED SOME ROUGH WEATHER Ralph .Totit.son, colored, Jocki-n beauthul language, and yet not tough
SAP TH& -V TALITYBUT BROUGHT IN GOOD and B. srct t hehert of his hearer. Another
eorges A ryos, 39W e n stretman, having little education and no Amos, 319 West Garden strt'grace of speech whatsoever, may t.-,':.
Arthur Molin, 600 Wez Wright hi: message in the common, evey-
THCtAtstreet. day vernacular he is used to and the
instant HE HEALTH H. C. Stringfield, Garden street. imple faith that glow5 within hni
y and undermine the constitution by The fishing schooner Francis H. The Deaths. carries uick conviction with it. Such
luids, and those afflicted with one of which had been out on the fishing The death s on that date i,,. fro..*..t- in-,.. .-
bans fr oni weks r~~red ''~ ~' ~ '~"'~" ',' ~'-" ~"' "'~'~Ke. W A WOOS,~E avns

S theie ues grow despondent and almost desperate as owe treatment after
another fails. They patiently apply salves, washes, plasters, etc.. but in
spite of all these the sore refuses to heal and eats deeper into the surround-
ing lesh, destroying the tissues and growing to be a festering, inflamed and
nQgTy maas. The source of the trouble is in the blood. This vital fluid is
filled with impurities and poisons which are constantly being discharged
into the sore or ulcer, making it impossible for the place to heal. It will not
do to depend on external applications for a cure, because thpy do not reach
the real cause, and valuable time is lost expa.tlenting with such treatment;
the most they can do is keep the ulcer clean. Any sore that will not heal is
dangerous, for the reason that it may have the deadly gern of Cancer behind
i. A cure can be brought about only through a remedy tbSa can change the
. quality of the blood, and this is what S. S. S. does. It goes to the very
bottom of the trouble, drives out the poisons and ge:msrith which it is
filled, and purifes and builds up the entire cir-
S S calation.By the use of S. S. thea soreis
supplied with new. rich blood which corrects
the trNble,sooa stops thedischarge,and allows
S the place to heal naturally and perni-*e"tly.
PUR LT VESETABLEL & &S. also Rein ora entiresystem,and
abae the e-Atution Is been depleted or
f**e down it quickly t it up ad restores perfect health. Write for
sur special book on sore aadilers, anday medical advice you are in need
Snochar'er either. MSWM|A 0& S AU

A check for fifty dollars was
ed yesterday towards the
fever relief fund. It came f
white employees at Mlliview
mill there arl will boof mui
ance to those who are endea
relieving the po'or and worthy,
are handicapped by the lack (
In fact the relief fund is in
ting very low and the citiz
others who are able to do si
send in their contributions a
The Donations.
First National Bank........
W. S. Keyser Co............
American National Bank....
Consolidated Grocery Co....
Fr. J. Schreyer...........
Thos. C. Watson ............
Escambia Realty Co.........
Lee Daniel ................
W. A. Blount...... .........
Hannah Bros .............
People's Bank..............
Pensacola Water Company...
Leslie E. Erooks............
J. M. Coe...................
Pensacola Investment Co....
M. F. Golizalez ..............
Southern States Lumber Co...
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.

I Colored List.
Big Zion Sunday schoc' .... 5 00
SM. M. Lewey, (Sentinel) .... 2 50
'Jos. H. James, ............... 5 00
W. H. Harvey ................ 2 00
Moses Lyman ............... 1 00
Richard Morris .............. 5 00
Cash ......................... 55
I L. F. And-rSon .............. 2 00
Marion Blue ................. 1 00
'Preston Gordon ............. 1 00
Aaron Johnson ............... 1 O
St. Paul church .............. 75
Washington Clark ............ 5 00
Whitfield Dupont ............ 1 00

: n f w "n ;-v uv -u on Luat uate were : a wnaii irom ine towering Pel'\ Rev. W. A W 9th Avenue
banks for some weeks, returned ,o Miss Mattie Hammac at St. Antho. of Colorado. preaching of Postum: Baptist Church, ............2 00
port yesterday, bringing in a good any's Hospital. "I had drank coffee all my life until Thos McMllan.... ........ 1.00
catch. County Solicitor Scott I. Lof- Estelle Siclero at St. Anthony's Hos it ;:abour killed me, when I concludtil' A Colored Citizen ............ 5 90
tin was among those on board, nav- pizal, to try Postum, and in a short time I Ninth Avenue BAptist Church 2 00
ing decided to enjoy a vacatofort relief from the terrible miser. Aaron S. Johnson ..... ... 1 09
S to enj a vacatn for a I offered from coffee. Mt. Zion Baptist Church ...... 3.21
few weeks by taking a trip on the |T'S O TE E "When I drank coffee I bloated uap
vessel, and he stated last night that so that I could not breathe at times;
he spent a most pleasant time while Umy nerves were so shaky that I could
o nthe smack. Soa crsnot ho'd. myself still.
out on the smack. Stomach Bitters 4 "But thanks to Postum I am all well
It was circulated about the streets You want when your appetite is poor, now and can say that I hope to re- BABIES
that the Frincis H. was one of the tongue coated, skin sallow, and sleep main so.
vessels caught in the storm of a week restless. Something else won't do in "I was very much disgusted with It apptciate the -
ago, but Mr. Loftin states that whic its place and for that reason we urge the first time I tried it, but had it
tlyou to insist on having Imade stronger and boiled longer till,
the vessel felt the storm, that she!' it tasted as good as good coffee.'
was not in the least affected ai.d, HOI I IR'S No amount of rhetorical frills an. (,.
reefing some of the sails, ran ,etore 1 literary polish could add to the con- Jia C NtU
the wind luring the time that it was with our Private Stamp over the neck vincing power of the old miner's tee-
blowing its hardest, of the bottle. You'll find it especia-ly timony. Name given by Postum Co.,
It is a peculiar fact that while the valuable for correcting the above a0l- Battle Creek, Mich. Tihy knOW a goo twig
wind here attained a velocity of 36 ments, also in cases of Sick Head- There's a reason. f i f
males an hour a number of the ves- i ache, Souring Risings, Kidney Trou- Look in each package for the fa- d grow IUI,
sels in the gulf at the time did not ex- bless, Costiveness, Indigestlo., Dys-; mous little book. "The Hoad to Well-
perience any very rough weather, pepsia, or Ine"snia. ville."


what you want to make your homa
ul as spring time, and enjoy it while
.................... .41.25 to $20.00
.................... $3.00 to $10 00
sy kind, for......... ....... 2.50
..................75 cents to $4.00
...........................$9.00 up

hone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
- *1 * *s* *

00 ian trouble, disordered m
00 etc., and make childbirth
'^0. At every drug store i
00 *felyana fraM, tbg as allyer
0 troubles. We mad free"advice(a
00 pla sealed enmelop). Address La-
S dies' Adviaory p, -w
00 Medicine Co., C a aTean.

0 Credit Buys He

0 As Quickly as
D0 Come in and pick out
'0 as bright and cheerfi
)001 you awe paying for it
0D Rocking Chairs from............
DOi Iron Beds ......................
01 Woven Wire Springs, the sleep-ea
o0 Chairs ..........................
W0 Odd Dressers from..............
10 108,110 S. Palaox St. PI
0 0
0 Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00
0 J. S. McGaughey............. 5.0
0 Armour Packing Co.......... 25.00
0 Dubuisson Bros .............. 20.00
Star Laundry ................ 1500
L. S. Brown & Co............ b00
Judge H. Bellinger ............ 15.00
0 Marks & Gayle .............. 50 00
Swift & Co., ................. 25 00
Miss Fannie Henoerson ........ 2.50
SMcKenzie Oerting & Co...... 10 00
J Dunwody-Aiken Co ............ 25.00
SJ. S. R6berts ............... 5.00
Citizens National Banb ...... 100 00
L. & N. R. R. Co., .......... 100 00
P F. W. Marsh ................ 15 00;
0 R. M. Cary ................. 10 00
J. Ed. O'Brien .............. 10 00
Pensacola Gas Co ........... 150.00
S oElectric Terminal Railway Co.. 100 00
Goulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00
John C. Avery............... 125.00
P. Martinez ............ 2 00
SJ.W. Maloy .. .. .. .. .... 6.00
SWelles-Kahn Co.............. 25.00
SRodes-Futch-Collins Co.. ..... 15.00
A Moog ...................... 10 00
a Southern Cotton Oil Co.. ...... 50.00
F. 1. Brawner .... .......... 10.00
DR. P. Reese..................... 6.00
SD. H. Klusmeier.. .......... 5.00
M Lion Brewery .........../.... 25 00
D L. Bear Co................... 50 00
Windisch-Muhlhauser Brewing
Co. ....................... 25 00
L.Fledman & Co. ............10.00
Sullivan & Sullivan .. .. 10.00
Dr. E. C. Bennet ............ 5 00
McMillan Bros. Co., Mobile ... 26 00
J. C. Pebley .. .. ........... 10.00
F. M Williams............ .. 10.00
Wicke & Co.. ...............10.00
Phil Pearl ........ ........ 4.10
F. W.W. Cook Brewing Co, .... 50 00
Senator S. Mallory ...... 650 00
L. Wleelogel ........ ..... 5 00
P. R. Meade .. .............. 10.00
P.Tornoe ........ ............ 5.00
Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co .... 100.00
SClyd Wilson .. .. .. .. .... 5 00
:E. D. Begges .. .... ...... 5 00
L. Williams .. .. .. .... 1 00
H. L. Berry .. .. .. .. .... 10 00
Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 100 00
Geo. Lewis, Tallahassee, .. .. 10 0.9
W. B. Sheppard ..... .. .. 25 00
C. E. Merritt, .... .... 5 00
M. S. Pond. ... .......... 00
!White Employees at Millview 50 00
j Joe Roth ............ .. 5 00


You Therel

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




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The Penracola Journal is on
* ale at the following placeL ia
* the city:
* ISy Hotel.
4 Coe's Book Store.
0 Depot News Stand
0 Gem Book Store.
0 Merchants Hotel.
S Sutthern Hotel.
S Thempeon's Book Steer.
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- ance of the state of Florida is to he
protected against one of its own coun-
ties, it would be a very lax policy that
6 would fail to protect it against an in-
j fected county in another state.
Pensacola has no objection to an
honest discussion of the fever situa-
,. tion from an honest standpoint, but
i it does decidedly object to being mis-
represented and traduced by a news-
% paper that ought to know better.

Wageekelms News tand. u *! And now the big secretary of war yourself on the short, quick route to 's. and th Englishman's "a t"NEW DUTI
WaNu Bo o 9 & !is framing up another trip to thewealth. A VAST DIFFERENCE IN THE USE O0 ,.'-,,r than the N uIsian'sT, whilM theUPON
*Isthmus of Panama. Mr. Taft will W n CERTAIN BEVERAGES. Itlinn would satisfy himself with 1. NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, I
S- history as- the bo. Wouldn't itr be foolish to ruarund Sho'ld th lhlupr lrve too bhot with- SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
-godown In history as the boss Junk.- Inquiring of your friends for some-
ter. body's address, instead of loocig In i Amee R sl Are W dely out a weaker drink afterward and all
IA Mf 'PilrnF 'the directory for it? Isn't it just as Aptt I. the Coeinmptlon of Cot. agree on wlue for their farewell tonst1 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the managemeI
foolish to inquire of your friends It fee-Wew i le r man Mlamnd DtaeI the Frenchman would then "outswal- fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she re
SFool o tef TypBoid F they know of a good servant, or a e r ee, er wi. low" his companions. His order would earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted sol
good house or apartment, Instead of s e in call for 100 glasses, while the Italian quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of then
e Mobile Item is etthr ery ig- Y ow ak reading the adsNations differ n what they drink ar would content himself with 84, the the sick room and to destroy them promptly If they should and
a t or very malicious n Its dHi- more than in their dress or speech, the. Austrian with 17, the German with 6. therein,
Sor alc s tain It d- The Savanah News prints the l- That Panama Canal deal begins to ste of their armes or the amount of the American with 1% glasses and the 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedlde of the
of 5UW 5 Pen 131m glow to cing ompalrson between typhoid hat earma Cn de al b s their national debt. In their use Of: Englishman with 1. mustdcof tel
ema ad the o al atio lowin imprison between have some earmarks of o alnational In their use of Englishman with 1 must cooperate with te physician in the discharge of his functi
ki fever in New York and Yellow Jack coffee, for example, the American and If at the end of this convivial scene dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity beco
orida sate health authorities. In i the th which wll prove of frying. the Russian offer as great a contrast the party should think some coffee ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent in preventing
ts issue of Sunday the Item makes as an octogearan and a year-ol of yellow fever nt infected localities. Upon her Intelligent appi
a fool of Itelf t follow terest at this time and, ft carefully -------- an otogea and a year ican would steady their nerves, the Amer- the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (
TIse Il t int the rilteoaleas h eMdered, rob the yellow plague of drbabe. On a oera the American lean would at last be found in the non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire h
en. ted t terd ro rs:p u I drinks tas muaceoffe in o day lead. he would ask for 0I cups, while the patient, (especially if these are not immune) largely, it n
Peg ,reackaed Fl a te stick s wl eors that VOX P@PULI does the bMcov tin eighty days. In the German would order 32. the depends.
Pn--aco Fla, a fever strike n It is wel. known of course that the cons mptot of tea, beer and wine Frenchman 21, the Austrian 10, the 3. vei
city, has uardttned the counties t p pretty much all the time there is a W --- -(the Eng-ish at1 ofe Italians be er to a trel c hma En 2,teAtran1 t he 3. Every nurse must bear In mindh that the most malignant n
ib s ad Conecah, ta Alabama. reat l deal of typhoid fever In New till moesh tartH deItalandffer to a talian 6, the Englishman 8 and tha patient is Innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most
ammbla and Coecu ia Alabama. gre deal of typhoid fever In New still more start degree. In one day Russian only 1.-New York Tribune. non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent th
There Is one case of yellow fever at York, specially in New York City. Muscogee Quarantine. the average a sps as much tea an onl Yor non-imtone the p precautions are taken to prevent th
C&stleberry. a sml tows to Con ,uh. There is a great deal of typhoid in mosquitoes to the patient's person.
Other w e two oter s thereall sections of the country where the editor Pensacola Journal: a tee talans, and inthe 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and latercoue
bet the patients have piased to tae drinking water is drawn from sources It seems that every little village is same i e % e lows The Olive Oon Ce. fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well
other world, that are polluted by sewerage. against our quarantine regulations enough berI Pthe average Italian Sufferers from nerve disorders should room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting
But even with three or tour or a During this year, however, there especially Beulah, but I don't think supplied for six months. Yet, in wine certainly try the olive oil cure, which during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevent
4ome cases at Castleberry why the has been an unusual amount of th they ought to have any kick coming drinking the shows that he eaa Is most highly recommended to those 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily acom
otic action of the Pensacola author- disease in New York. T oe newspa- whatever, when most of the citizens equal eighty-t Jo Bulls. who have learned abroad to appreciate patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities Infected
Ites? pers of New York City are comment- are going to and fro, to the infected According -e latest statistics of the addition of oil to salads. The very fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a
Does Dr. Porter or any other "wise" lag on the report that the state health quarantine line to get rid of their lit- the departL.o commerce at Wash- best and purest olive oil must be even i the fever I prven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites a
man of the Pensacola brand imagine0loicer made to his board at Albany a te "truck," when they know it is bit- ito. It apprt alat the America is gained u e t and harmful even if not infctve to the patient, and It mist be n
or a moment that the good people offew das ago. It seems from that re- terly against our orders, after doing he taie,an one teaspoonful three times as an evidee ele if he how evidee of moquio tn
OaM Escambia ha ve ge pot that up to a few days ago there so, of trying to come In our town. So fairly ten when compared with a day is the dose If the victim of neu- 6. No nurse can conshier herself a trained yellow fever nurse
crasy? ad been this year as many as sixty I will advise each and every one to Someo l-'iar an brothe. He ralgia, anaemia or disordered nerves is has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which
Does he think the people of Castle thOsGand cases of typhoid fever In the abide by the regulations, as the cr- t rthe A rishman In a hurry to be cured. Otherwise it is experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected
berry are going to arm themselves state, and of these fully 30,000 says respondent of bsad place. Though t the er o the Austrian. In the recommended that the oil taste should those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertion
and break through the lines in a mad'one New York .Daper, were in New seemed to be quite a surprise to him use of sprlttsous liquors he falt sUl be cultivated by the addition of a very from the infected.
effort to reach a known hotbed of York city. when he drove upon me, as from further behind and fihde himself out little ta the salad taken once or twice 7. The weapons or offense and defense that the nurse mu
inftection? The whole south has been alarmed 'Beulah Items--he couldn't tell an classed bythe Aiutrian, the Hungarian, a day. to which a dash of vinegar Imay handle in protecting her patients are:
Pensacola is known to be infected, by the presence of yellow fever n umbrella from my bull-dog, or he dd- the erman and the Frenchman. He be added, so that the disagreeable taste (A) The Mosquito ar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient
and badly infected at that. Yellow New Orleans this year, and it still n't "Circum-spectu" me. So I was also ranks fifth among the nations as a ofithe oil may be almost completely 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough toI
Jack is running wild and their own alarmed. In fact, the fever covers well armed for the law-breakers, and wine drinaer. The Frenchman, the disguised. The patient should grad- 1 The
people are running away from the pretty nearly the entire state, but sun also. Though I am glad he took Italian, the Austrian and the German ally lessen the vinegar and Increase passage of mosquitoes.
onster. there hasn't been one tenth as many the second thought t obey my orders go ahead of him the oil until it sokedt2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any
The cases at Castleberry originat- cases of fever in the whole of Louts- without any further trouble, for The American, fa more than many can be taken s so ws ell aimed for patient's body is in contract wth the netting.
hd from a Pensacola foci and now Dr. lave as there have been cases of t- bad met up with our old citizen Th no eesrefrementhanM yren3.tcl df
Porter or some of his foci anred menow Dr. lav3 as thfevere haIn New Yorkncases of ty-near "Uncle Bob Bradley," he would nave euroPeans, seeks refreshment ad re- olive oil, Jut as it Is for apples, that 3. Frequent examinations should be made to see that there
Porter or some of unc hired men the a pold fever in New York, nor nea thought of the 60's no doubt. aewed energv in the "cup which invig. It keeps the liver in goAd working or- places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodgin
audcity tannouncethoughtooftthe60swnoorou btnI-k. Te i nettgno should be wewo tucked In to kop the T
that thead have announced orthe world ur the death rate in typhoid INSPECTOR. orates, but does not Intexicate." Coffee der, thius preventing rheumatism, ren-he netting should be well tucked in to keep the q
the little tank town on the Louisvi' e fever is muck less than In yellow fe- and tea are his favorite beverages. On derin g the complexion healthy an(d entering.
and Nashville railroad. wn on the Lou er In e first name ever the mor- SEVERAL ANSWERS TO an average bhe drinks more coffee than clear and a!o making the hair grow i not mrel driven or shaken out.
It is more than foolish. tality thin year has been about five PROF. ALLEN'S PROBLEM. the native of any country of the old glossy and abundant.-Londoq Mail. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to th
It is brute ignorance and unheard- per cent. in New York. wh!le tht) The Journal has received the follow- world, and when classed with Euro- .Alnis e rivl thev sho bero
of audacity. I mortality from yellow fever, in New ing answers to the problem propound- peans he Is surpassed only by the Eng- awaiting hs arrival they shonld b covrd with a moespeo bally in
But in the same breath we are in-:Orleans. has been about ten per cent. ed by Professor I. E. Allen several lish in his use of tea. Soe English r ticlarl important n delable to infection with mi l fever especially The d
lined to laugh. As a matter ot fact the fever cases Q'ays ago: The comparative temperanee of the Why is one who bets a "better," children in localities liable to infection ith yle and early childhood
It is the old story of locking the iin New Orleans are not nearly all American, furthermore, would seem to while a man who estimates is an "esti- ikely to escape recognition. On account of the very mlldnes oof
stable after the horse is gone or try- reported, or at least were not until Milton, Fla., Oct. 14, 1905. be little endangered by the great immi. mator," and what is It that causes so toms the usual precautions.are not taken and the moAquitoes
Ing to obtain Insurance on the chim- quite recently.. It is doubtful, there- Editor Pensacola Journal: gration hither at the present time of many words like these to differ in the spread,the disease without molestation. The n;dl or unrecognized
Beys after the house burns down. Ifore. if the death rate has been' as Answering Prof. I. E. Allen's prob- Russians and Italians. In the use of spelling of their last syllables? A for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of vi
Pensacola need not be alarmed high as ten per cent, m in this morning'so spirits the Italian is at the very bottom grammarian explains that the differ- (B) Screens.
The people oo the counties quaran Yellow everbut comes only occasion. By inverse proportion, 21. of the list of Europeans. He also drinks ence ais due to the fact that the English All openings leading to the sick chamber should be srene
tMed have no desire to pay a visit ally, but typhoid is always present in By analysis, 12. ln f hsitals wire screens are not usually available an provio
Palafox street at the present moment. most Nortnern cities. Indeed, it isn't I haven't the time nor money to em- es beer than any of his neighbors. He language comes from two great sources, of hospitals of obbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked o:sio
What Pensacola needs t do is to ploy men and boys, lease a field of ex- drinks considerable wine, but it is a some words being Germanic and others can be madthe of penbbinetgs of these cloth, which can be tacke om.
get together, clean up their dirty act proportions, and practically demon- wine than contains little alcohol, and Latin. For the Germanic roots add Sulphurd to t Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
town and stam. out the yellow fee. state that either of the above an- even in this category he falls some dis- "er" in "worker," while the Latin roots Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyn'hrum (nset powder)
They do their duty to themselvesI T pi. fpf1 D.1. swers is correct, so the Prof. can take tanee behind the French. The Russian add "or" In "factor." There is the Ger- possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth d
they have their hands full. his choice. ranks sixth In the consumption of spir-. manic "speaker" and the Ltin "ora- Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, and if used In prop
Castleberry will be taken good care) I S'SP Will the Prof. kindly inform me what its, and he drinls one-thirtieth as much tor." And no one would dream of writ- will not injure fabrics or colors. Three pounds in an average roi
of by the Alabama authorities. i t8 T tl 9f 'the exact area of the supposed field beer as the Englishman. He also uses Ing either of a "'makor" or of a "ere rient if the room be closed: more accurately, two pounds of su ph
We said the: the Item was either is so little wine that not even an estimate ter." cuic feet of pae i estimated by sanitary authorities; and
Ignorant or mancious. We are in- Is obtainable of how much he does' i suitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and b
lined after a second reading of the 1 Chipley, Fla., Oct. 15, 1905. drink. The things we want most In this mo' f wi nation with s>lphur is quite suffient In ordinary r
above to believe that it is both. I 1 Editor Pensacola Journal: Should an American, an Englishman, world are always thase beyond our r, fame of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia
In their ha The answer to Prof. I. Allen's a Frenchman, an Austrian, a German, reach. If we had them we wouldn't e abu the room will diminish their unpleasantness
In the firs. a. Pensacola has problem is 12 boys. Your correspon- an Itallan and a Russian sit down to a a bit harper. I The tfmnigatlon should be done in the morning. so that the ro
not quarantined against Escambia' dent don't ask for the solution. I will free of odor by ntght, and it should be done preferably in dry weathi
and Conecub counties, Alabama. Th- Mf 83 aW8~ e Of furnish analysis if desired. Ha e you Tr A Tver the condition of the patient will permit, a rn adjonin
Pensacola heal-h authorities ha-ve any more good problems for sotion? THE T AN SM ISSION OF occupei by the patient should be first purified of mosquioes and pr
ol a. tht h. J J HTGHIS ,-I 1J^Y^AA -4yoTMs jyM\vl '# the reception of the patient, who Is to be carefully to
taken no action in the matter; they PenSoJ. a HUGHE1B 1 eL.r cAtfotr aas possible after the fourth day.
could not in fL. have taken anyLO W VEI AND
could n action if teyv had wanted to. It is Editor Pensacola Journal: is now conducted by the Health Authro'ties, immediately after noti
contrary. to the law. The following figures show The Pen- Below please find answer to the fo H OW TO N UTSE IT hn. BS nlshatted a!leor whn a
day durtIg the monrharreif biiProf.te.ha. Allen: "if 8 men or 15 of s
In the second plts. the ca. of sacola Journal's circu:ation for eacht lowing problemphubmitted toiyou by :un ann 1 nirse bust
yellow r a: :o l ,.. with the average nim r boys can plow a certain field In 15 At a meeting of the Orleans Pari-h Medical Society, held August 12, 190.), l pre onn phur tin y
origna:. : Pet.- -a: opies : r of days of 9 1-3 hours each,, how many Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibili- Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during th
has be nto ,a v Sept. 1. 5.000 Sept. 16, 5 boys must assist 16 men to do the ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care .rnaetmc of mtal
show a h No -hN k: Sept. 2, 5,000 Sept. 17, 5550 same work in 5 days of 10 hours of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the wly acquired knowledge of mall or ents of meth as ra r,
h k.,:. S : tpt. 3 5,200 Sept. 18 ,each?" the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." .m the ro
h r ca Tv 200 A r: Twelve bo. A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fev hich cannot be removed, can be protected by rinthe ob
ha ...' te ept. 5 .5,000 Sept 19. 5.300 Professor, come again with some- prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease .i,t upper, or with a thin coating of vaseline appeI with a brush
fr t :. t a Sept. 6. 5,000 Sept. 5 thing tougher than that. which e head utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are puo oughly sha.. Opn a drawer and door (f frri ire and o
ron b t .... "Spt. 7. 52,00 Sept. 22, 5,22, JO-.*EPH D. BROWN. lashed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows:fro ouet,
on .- Sbi r t 7, ELEMENTAYpFACTSOF EDU2AIONAL.VLUETh.2 room lhouid be t'!osed and made as ttght as possible by st
S Sept. 8, 5200 Sept. 5225 ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUEopenings n ch ey, oor walls, keyholes nd cracks near w
at Sept. 9. 5.200 Sept. 24. 5,550 Roberts, Fla.. Oct. 16, 1905. 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile diseas- doors.
at : ... ,.'. Sept. 10. 5.5V0 Sept. 25, ', itor Pensacola Journal: which is transmitted from the sick to suscep:ible individuals through the; Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspa
:' -,,:It (v. '- :. Spt. 11. Sept. 26, 5'251 The following problem in Saturdays1 agency of mosquitoes: and. as far as known, by the single species, the Ste. them with a paste made of flour.
Sept. 12. 5.300 Sept. 27. 5.250 Journal, submitted by prof. I. B, Al- omyla Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mos-uito of Nek The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot. flat skillet pref
S." ", .n. Sept. 123. 5.300 Sept 28. 5.250 en for solution, was referred to ltsI Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. ti placed on bricks a tub or other convenier.rt .a er receptacle
ed Sept. 1 5,30 Sept 29 5,250 readers: 2. The erm or trasmisible poison of yellow fever exists the blood an inch o wat bottom. This is a pr whch m t
d .. *'- Scpt. 15. 5.300 Sept. 30, 5,0 Prof. Allen says. There is some con- of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- ard against accidents, as the sulphur is liab!C .i boil over acnd
oft, n >.u Total for the month.... 136,45 troversy as to the proper answer" and wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of others Hence the the house .
s:a,,* ., ". :.*:,t ;:'Average per day...... .. .. 5,248 as he is not usually given to joking, importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began. The sulphur Is readily ignited by sprinkling a'rohol over It and
Ecan c.ui. hAereby certify that rhe above stae- a solution by analysis is attempted be 3. The mosquito (Stegomyla Fasciata) is powerless to convey the di- The apa-tment should be kept closed for two hours, and then
Fcani. i ., Al. nient aa .. .. .... "w., cun:es -~ on fil- in this office. The problem as stated Is: *If 8 after biting the yellow fever patient. Thi, period of incubation in the mos- NO'Er--To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the
on th< -a., ,a- a .,tamb a cour.- FRED A. SWEET. men or I boys can plw a certain quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the the room by the wid t, and this total by the height, and to find ti
,y, Florma. a: ,. ,,upv The sam, Circulat.on Mgr. field in 15 days of 9 1-4 hours each body of the mosquito and to migrate from the Insect's stomach to its salivary of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room dlivide the cubic contren
relation t.,. : ,.:. of h. star.a- a ,-,: ton ain 'en."'rlhe1 before me how many boys ntist assist 16 men to glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, and the result wtl b the amount of sulphur required a pounds.
of Flor, a a. c ,:mInty in which, this 30th day of September. 1905. do the same work in 5 days Of 1J hours that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days. in the hot summer month. Take, for extple, a root 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 fee~
e a .. ,c If --i J. P. STOKE. each'" to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season. would multttply 15x10x10. equals 1,500 cubic ftet. Divide this by 50
Pensacois a l, o>cS If :h. be-z Notary Public. It 8 men can do the work in 1 days 4. After Incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period will have the amount of sulphur required, vii: 3 pounds.


it of yellow
aitzes fully.
ely by moe-
e insects to
I their way

patient she
ins as tlar-
ming direct.
the sprea-l
recdition of
f she is an
household of
ot entirely,

Fellow fever
e access of

may there-
in the sick
the patient
pitshed if a
with yellow
re annoying.
Dvoed upon
Sunless sho
science and
Patients and
as for safety

st learn to

in His Bed.
prevent the

part of the

are no torn
g Inside.
4itoes from,
e killed in.

rbhis is par-
nfants and
sease man-
. that it is
r the symp.
are able to
I cases are6
d. Outlide
nal screens
r otherwise

to destroy
ay of fever.
er quantity
Om is s1f-.
ur to 1,000
e pound of
itoPs. The
urnt. Two
a.',e.. "ne
i sprinkle
om will be
er. When-
g the one
prepared ftr
the distu-
flcatioa hy
in obtain.
direct the
the Health
ie present
r and gilt
lie nature.
eta thtbUyy
after thor-
topping all
idows anD
pera) over
erred. ani
with about
Taken tr
set fire to
light ln I.
opened up
length of
he amount
ta by 500,

t high, we
0 and you


eoatled to the cities. It Is sate to ,,J above specified. the Stegomyia is ready to transmit the disease during the
guess that there are tweat deaths Tbentcried the hak.p And alknd neigh entire period of its natural life. which may extend over 154 days, provided the
ifhla tytaold fever in this country to r came to the rescue with a botfof insect has access to wat r. 4Guiteras.) Wa!'tr Reed was able to lanoculate
%every one fron. yellow fever. It '4 'p/J Ayer's HairVigor. The hairwas saved! yellow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another
wouldn't be surprising it the figures In attitude, it grew long and heavy, 101 days old. rNote-According to Agramonte. Stegomyla Fasciata In Havana
were fifty to one. And yet yellow and with all the deep, rich color of early can only be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us. in Louisiana, says
fever creates terror wherever It ap- life. Druggists have sold it in all parts Dupree, It bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
pears and the presence of typhoid is of the world for 60 years. .eC.AyrCo.. the pupa case. It was believed. at one time, that: (1) the females of Sze<-
scarcely noticed. Lowell me, omyla must be impregnated before they will bite: (2) that the female, aftr
The death rate in New Orleans o 1.3... or 140 i biting once, does not appear to bite a second time. or at least until five or
this season hasn't been high. It has of 9 1-3 hours or 140 hours 16 men table together and o-r drinks in seven days have eapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Loutisan
not been any higher than it is In sea- can do it in half the time. or 70 hours quantity that would show the relative that hive been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly
sons when there is no yellow fever. cand in5halft oours each ; or5 q and frequenti.-. Probably afte- they have digested their blood meal, and. llks
The inference Is from this that many d in 5 days of 10 hours each, or 50 consumption o these beverages by Anopheles, within three to five days after.
of those who died from the fever lea ng an o t ork to be pef worm- their respective peoples, some would 5. A period, varn-ing from two to five days, usually elapses after the bte
would have died anyway about the etd by the assistance of the byvs, and,' et enoug fo a ba, while others of an infected n-quito b< fore the symptoms of yellow fever will develop la
time they did, and that the city has if 15boys ca-plow the field alone n would obtain only a few swallows. If the human subjcc'. (This is the incubation perted of yellow fever, and the
ieen exceptionally free from all dis- 15 days of 91-3 hours each, or 140" they should take ten. for instance, the; United States A;rmy Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen caics
eases except yellow fever. Is it not hours it would take 1 boy 15 times Englishman would find himself cou- of experimental yeiiow fevrr obtained by the bites of mosquitoes It varied
safer to live in New Orleans with her 140 hours, 100 hours to do the work, fronted with 1.800 cups, the American from forty-one hours to five davs and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
occasional visitations of yellow fever and when working 5 days of 10 hour6 with 400, the Russian with 275, the 6. From the aLove. we father that if an adult Stegomyla Fasciata bite
Than to live in New York or Phila- each, or 50 hours, he would do 50-21001 German with =O, the Austrian with *'-N a follow fever patient wI:hin the first three days of the disease. It will have
delphia or Chicago with their ever -1-42 of the whole, then it would re- the Frenchman with 18 and the Italian "o incubat' the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation
present typhoid fever? quire 42 boys working alone to plow with only 1. iod in of this tmo. to hlive ays mfust btes a fosr the person ato manifhet it-
Wonder if the bankers really favor the field, but, since they are requtird If the tea should prove unsatisfac .lf in the bitten p, '-un. Tr.'rfore. inesnmatng the pro,ba!)!e spread of
to do only 2-7 of the whole work. it tory and the party order beer, the En- N c.iow fever from a s, 4 ,' in;! H%,ia' to the susceptible p..r.ons ,n his envirob.
a ship subsidy, or are only advocat- would take only 2-7 of 42 boys as 1-7 of! lshman again would prove biffislf m*nt. a period of at i a.~ ,-..nt, six days must be allowed *o lapse betor
ing at as a blind to cover up some 42 equals 6, then 2-7 equals 12 b:ys.- the beTiest drinker, lie would le i,' si:cc s or faV: re of *in' :o: rnive measures. diretei watr..s the de'-
kind of financial deviltry? oAnswer found to rank eo:is!'erably alhnn.l of lircti:, of tho n 1'ti'o. can li., termined. In view of t!he fa't sever.:l
There can b5 no question as to ththe Terma,h. vhij 14 e-erally suppo.zo ui l- bfr a lo infe-ro.l fnm the tirs ,- i.iy bite a
ASK FOR WHAT YOU WANT. corr-ectirss of this answer (12 toys.,t to th'e T;erIa*:e wh9 is generally supt,, e;l .ay5 L.' .-s n.oflji'so inf,' ,lld f'bnm the tirs' .. jitly b te a
AK FOR WHAT YOU WAN the problem as stated.r (12 bys) to swallow most of this beverage. 'le ., e person. his p riod of ,bs.rvat in should be lenhne t to thirty
You probably have enough money Respectfully, would .get 175 gla s, while ti le-'. "ys, whch is t ': : the health aithoriti es of N in.. in t.he
.o ,rhave enough money r op0 Io d.,mino if a fovius will develop from an infe ted ,'aitv
in your pocket now to make the "cash' SObON R. TATE. imani would take 150, the Austrian l', i er is fire aippe.a-t .'< ,i a :zvfn lIocaitvy.
payment" required to secure some an-: the American 7O. the Fr;.nchman i7. 7. The Stego-:iyia F:1" vaa canno cor.'ev yellow fever durrni the 'tme
vertised bargain in real estate. And, Olive, Fla.. Oct. 16. 1905. the Russian 5 and the Italiin only 1. lth:.i the po -'n is inca'in.- in i:< >,,body ,olve to elghrte'n ,iays). It ma*.
if you are a oond want advertiser, be- Editor Pensacola Journal: In case the weather should turn st!l- ,,. fro,'ly an I r"pt a:t -, rinzir. ;his p',r !o bi.t its bite is innoeiiou<- nelt'her
fere the last payment becomes due Dear Sir:--Allow me small space in, de ilv eild and the little ns~stmb!it,, e- i,, its ;;i. wi:hini : :- :1 n'er an :i:Niinit to the titi n person.
you will have found a buyer for it, and your Paper to answer exam-ple given obt .I th;t ,.sonetli.g ht" v,-ull [ Y 'low fNv r '- : ,: or cnv.vel by fomit e Ii. P. atr'!re
pocketed a pretty profit., by Prof. I. F. Allen i n .Satur: ay's .I;:r- bett-r nd every o:ie order spirits., r inanrima ,objo: '::1:. i.O CTrn in c 'r-.: Ai h yellow fever patient- .'r
nal. The example is, if I understand th,, Austrian wo;uld t !'n outela-s all hIC r t'-,udiate s.n-;r:" ;;. HI n,: r h. I. -nf.-''non of clo:hin., .'! ',ai
T The folks who ASK for things are i". if s men and 15 boys can do a the others. Neverthllss 1he would not 'r' nr. handid srpp s,' .cio or contamin.a:e.1 ly contact or proximity
"eod peopiu for you to know. ou can riece of work In 15 days byworkingta his rival to ny great tnt. v:,i he -i.k. '; uInno
And out who they are and what they 41-3 h)urs each day, how many oys, 9 Tio Lo*g.,,Q ," tra, T" :a ,f :hc d,"ad foni (e:low fe-er are Incapable o0
want bv turning to the classified adver- will it take to assist 16 men to do the It wolld ) found tlidt hluor suits lthb ,,trr :i't:.z tl,, ,! isk.' o4," s .t cih O UI--. i':n "he first three dayvs of
tisements. .me work in 5 days, by working 10 ta-t' of the varlio:s drinkers far miiore ; ,)is,,.l a i. rare o,.', rnc .): and then onl: :f nmisiqlt< are allowed to
i hours each day. evenly tia: nally of thb othvr heverags .. h ,, to t.f)r, in,. *.oni has .et 'n.
After you have read the real estate The answer is 21 boyp olered. The Austrian would, for ,x- 10. Ti:'o is no p, ty of c7nt-;i I owI fever from the black
ads. for a time you will find yourself Yours respectfully, nmrp'e, tnl:r 0 glaFes,, tlhe ;(erman '. mit. evaei:'tio f, or f't' r r't .a of \1.:' ft r patint.
growing INTERESTED in hem. And R. M. 1MERR TT. 6. the Frnicbmmn the Amerhici, 11. An attack of ye'i.v f,. ir ca-,',i. :,; it always is. by the bite of the
when you get as much interested in the Englishman and the Russian 4 Stegomyia, confers imiun;:y aZainst tsi uentI attacks otf the disease.
real estate as you are in your favorite Ni ATIONS ANI) DRINKS (th th, Amerle'nu's glasses would
!sport or amusement-you will find ATot !n a trifle nore than the En!-ish- Duties f the rained ure.




I --- ---- ;-- 1 ---lnrrl31rllr~err r w





Lit Alexander and His Force
KetpStaaiy at Work
Each y.

Wm. Johnson &

work, overhauling a number of small fourteen seamen who had left tha
boats which had violated the quaran- ship and come ashore, but they wei
thne laws. In addition the lieutenant I shortly taken into custody and -o
has charge of issuing all permits for back aboard, with instructions to sta
persons to go and come from the city, there.
and in fact has complete charge of the
movement of all boats in the harbor I
O( course he is besieged, as are other !
quarantine officials, with requests byl CHIPLEYI
persons who think that special rules .
should be maee in their cases and who
are quite ready to say: 'If you will
give us a permit we won't say any-
thing to other people about it."
Many imagine that in their special Special to The Journal.
case some way should be found where- Chipley, Oct. 16.-Banks Brother
1by they should not be inconvenienced have opened up a wholesale and retail
and cannot understand that when a seed store. They propose to make
permit is granted to one that another specialty of Southern grown farm an
has the same right to ask and secure garden seeds, and will handle a ful
a similar privilege. stock.
The B. C. & St. A.-have material o:
No Men Ashore. the ground for their large freight do
One of the rules which Is now being pot and warehouse and the carpenter

strictly enforced, iS that of not allow- are at w
ing any of the crew of a merchant yes- Mrs.
IAeut. Alexander. now in charge of sel to come ashore. The captains of spending
the revenue cutter Penrose and the vessels in the harbor are allowed to Alabama
vfter patrol of IPensacola. is ong of come as far as the barge office, and here a
the busiest men in the city just at there transact their business over the to her h
present, and the members of his force telephone, but they are not allowed to Capt.
are almost equally so. c ;me into the city or are any of the A. has
The Penrose is on patrol duty, and 'crew. In fact t:e latter are not al- be gone
has rendered excellent service since lcwed to even come upon the wharf, the work
she was detailed to that branch of Sunaay night the inspectors found of way.

W. W. Green who has beet
some weeks with friends i,
and Georgia. paid her friend
short visit while on the wa:
Lome at Gay.
A. J. Gay of the B. C. & St
left for the Bay country t(
several days, looking ove
k being done along the righ

You cannot buy a beer which has been more ex-
pensively prepared than Gerst Dove
Brand, yet it is sold as cheap as
any. We carry cleanliness and
purity to extremes, using
the finest materials.
"GerstBr, madsfaimo

William Gerst
Brewing Co.






OE T S A. W.

Always Something Doing


No buyer of Dry Goods can well afford to overlook the magnificent showing of new Fall and Winter Goods
now being displayed at The Big Store. If there ever was a time or place when good taste should be fortified by
foreknowledge now is the time. It is worth all it costs, and the cost is not much, for you to learn just what
fabrics and colors will be paramount in public favor this fall and winter.
No better opportunity was ever offered to see the largest display of the newest and latest designs in all classes
of goods ever brought to Pensacola regardless of the present prevailing fever.

New Goods In Their Respective Departments:

New Fa Silks
Silk Bar Scotch Plaid Waisting,
Snake Skin Moire Velour,
Radium Chiffon Taffeta,
Black Fleur de France,
Black Pea de Cygn?,.
Black Pea de Sole,
Black Loltsiana Imprime,
Black Chffon Taffeta, yd. wide at 98a
to t1.79 yd.
Bamzai Pride of Japan,
BlackShantang Pongee,
Black Mesaltme and H.abuts.

Icay-To-Wear Goods
Ladies' mnpire Coats in f english
Covert, drape d Nymbe and Chiffon
Covert Cloth and ,aglish Mobl7e
bower-proof Coats.
High Art Silk Pettiooats,
Pres de Sole Pettlomats,
Changeable Silk Petticoats,
Misses' englishh Bear Skin Coats
mad Caps to match.
MWses' aglish Astrachan and Mole-
skma Coats.
Misses' Crshed Velvet Costs and

New Fail Dress Goods
Imported' Chiffon Broadcloth,
Sponged and Spot-proof Broadcloth,
Changeable Radium Mohair Suitings,
All Waal Drap d'ete and Henriettas,
Radiant Phantom Mohair Checks,
Shadow Mohair Melanges.
Drape de Nymph Suitings,
Panama Taffeta Suitings,
Mohair Chaffenir, Mohair Chene
The Flannel Renaisance Watsting,
Paradign Lustre and Mobling Suitings.

Lace and Embroderies
Baby Irish Lace,
Point Venise Laces,
Novelty and Venisc Galooms,
8L Gall Medallions,
Egyptian Laces and Bands,
Egyptian All-Overs,
Rose Pat and IPoint Gauze.
Princess Bands and ages.

New Bm. Fmishlng
New Orlential Coach Covers,
Reversible Mercerized Tapistry Por-

Glove Deparment
New Suede Gloves,.
New Driving Gauntlets,
New Dress and Even4ng Gloves in all
leading shades at 75c to $2.50 pair.

New Handkerchiefs

Irish and' German Linen,
St. Oall Handkerchiefs, both scalloped
and Hemstitched and Embroidered.
Japan and China Handkerhlefs of
every description, ranging In price
from 5c to $3.60.

Oriental Rus sad Art 9res,
New Smyrna,
Ruis Indian Designs,
New All-Wool 11-4 California Blankets.
In Ladles Mitmes and OChiltn'
sixes. Infans Cloake, ailk embroid-
ered. Conduroy and Heanletta
New Komoma S ques and Jap Silk
Kamona Gowns.
To arrive next week-the Sunset,
Buttery and Marclonm Skirts.


Speal'l, to The Journal.
St. Andrews. Oct 16.-Miss Bessie
Calhoun, after a few weeks of St. An-
drews life returned to her home in
Marianna on Thursday lost to the re-
gret of her any friends who are al-
ways glad to have her with them.
Dr. Yates, of Pensacola, is in town
for a short while and is stopping at
Mrs. Grill's at "Old Town."
Messrs, Clark, FPrank Witherill and




Marine Hospital Service Issues
Circular For Display at
Post Offices.

The following circular has been is-
sued by the Public Health and Marine;
Hospital Service and sent broadcast I
over the country. It is being display-
ed in all postoffices and other promi
nent places and will, no doubt, have
an excellent effect:
No Mosquitoes-No Yellow Fever.
Treasury Department,
Bureau of
Public Health ana' Marine
Hospital Service.
Note.-The measures herein men-!
tConed were recommended by the Army,
medical :board of 1900, and. have beeni
endorsed by the American Public
Health Association and by the First
International Sanitary Convention ofe
American Republics. They have also
been justified by the experiences and,
observations of the two working par-
t.e4 of the Yellow Fever Institute of
this Beureau in Vera Cruz, Mexico.;
and by the commission of the Pasteur
Institute of Paris, France, operating in
Rio Janeiro, Brazil. The measures
have been testes, successfully on a
large scale in Havana, Cuba, and dur-
ing the yellow lever epidemic at Lare-
do, Texas, in 1903:
The infection of yellow fever is car-
rieoa by mosquitoes, and by no other
means is the infection spread.
Persona take the disease by being
bitten by mosquitoes that have pre-
viously bitten a yellow fever patient.
The mosquitoes to become infected
must bite a yellow fever patient dur-
ing the first three days of his attack.
These first three days, therefore, are
the most important time for prevent-
Ing the access of mosquitoes to a fev-
er patient.
It is often discult to decide during
the first three days whether a patient
has yellow fever; hence th'e necessity
in threatened communities of placing
a mosquito bar Imediately around
every patient who has fever of any
kind, and for three days at least.

Facts About Screening.
1. The netting used should have
meshes fine enough to prevent the pas-
sage of mosquitoes (at least 18-20
meshes to the inch.)
2. It is important to screen the win-
dows and aoore of the house. It is
doubly important to screen the beds
of fever patients.'
3. Mosquitoes can bite through mos
quito nets when any part of the pati-
ent's body is in contact with the net-
4. Frequent examinations should be
made to. see that there are no torn
places in the netting or that no mos-
quitoes have found a lodgment in-
5. The netting should' be well tuck-
ed in to keep mosquitoes from enter-
6. Ift mosquitoes are found within
the netting they should be killed in-
side and not merely driven or shaken
7. All cases of fever should be
promptly reported to the local health

a Will Hill left Wed'nesday for points in officer. Awaiting his arrival they
d the southern part of the state with the should be covered with mosquito bar.
11 beautiful pletsure yotch which Mr. Facts Bearing on Mosquito Destruction
Clark Witherill has had in charge 1. Mosquitoes live In the vicinity
n since yellow fever has existed in Gulf- which they breed. They do not or
'* port, Min., where the owner is. She ten fy a long distance.
8 will probably be sold with a view of ten y
bufiding a larger one for the party by 2. Mosquitoes breed only in water
n whom Mr. Witherill has been employ- -usually in artificial collections of
n ed for a year*or more. fresh water.
s Mr. A. A. Calhoun, who was one of 3. The young mosquito, or wriggler,
Y last week's visitors here left for his lives in water at least seven to twelve
hoe in Marianna on Thursday. 4. Although the wrigglers live In
t. Mr. W. H. Bartel and fally are mov- water, they must come frequently to
0 ing from the Tricket house on Buena the surface to breathe. .
r Vista avenue to the Babcock house. 5. Coal oil on the surface of the
t Rev. Mr. Conway is in DeFuniak this water prevents the wrigglers from
week. breathing.
Capt. Anderson, of Anderson, was a 6. Destroy the breeding places and
visitor here on Monday. you |rill destroy the mosquitoes.
7. Empty the water from all tubs.
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured. buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, once
"Last year I had a very severe attack every forty-eight hours.
of indigestion. I could not sleep at 8. Fill or drain all ponds, ditches,
ri-ght and suffered most excruciating unfilled postpoles, and the like.
pains for three hours after each meal. 9. Change regularly every day all
I was troubled this way for three water needed in chicken coops, ken-
months when I used Chamberlain's nels. etc.
Stomach and liver Tablets, and re- 10. Treat with coal oil all standing
ceived immediate relief." says John water which cannot be screened or
Dixon, Tullamore, Ontario, Canada. drained (1 ounce .of oil will cover 15
For sale by all druggists, square feet of surface). The oil does
Ss not effect the water for use if the wa-
ter is drawn from below.
I 11. Where oil is applied'to standing
S water it must be distributed evenly
NIX'S PR CINC lL over the surface.
12. Put fine wire netting over cis-
terns, wells, and tanks of water in
everyday use.
Special to The Journal. 13. Places in which it is undesir-
Nix's Precinct, Oct. 16.-Cane grind- able to put oil, such as watering
singing is all the go out here now troughs for stock, lily ponds, and so
Warrington as well as Pensacola forth, can e kept free from wrigglers
is quarantine' against this community, by putting -.goldflsh or minnows.
but they boys say they don't care as 14. Clear way all weeds, grass and
they have been working regularly for bushes about itches, ponds, ana' other
the last four years and are glad to possible ,breeding places, since these
get a vacation, afford a hiding place for the mosqul-
We are having a good time now toes.
fishing, hunting and dancing. 15. Clean up vacant lots and back
Jim Jones just got back from "San- yards of all cans, tins, liottles, and rub-
dy Bottom" with a load of gophers. bish.
Jim says he's going to treat the boys 16. First do away with, or treat, all
to a "gopher pudding" next Sunday. places where mosquitoes are known
Little Jimmie Lovette won the cap- to breed, and then begin to work on
ital prize as the champion peanut schel- places where they might breed.
ler at "Mother" Maguire's birthday 17. Inspect and' treat with coal oil.
party last Monday night, gutters, culverts, ditches, manholes,
John Andrews killed six 'possums catching basins, eta., along the road-
one night this week. John has always side. Manhole covers should be.
been a good 'possum hunter, screened.
Mr. Wesley Coe has gone to a con- 18. Houses should be cleared of
ference near Millview. mosquitoes by burning 1 pound of In-
John Henderson and' Dan Chirry days.
have resigned their positions on the sect powder or 2 pouao's of sulphar to
dredge Caucus and are now with their 1.000 cubic feet of space. The mone-
families. quitoes will fall to the flor and should
Mr. Jim Basill and family are at be collected and burned.
their summer home on Big Lagoon. 19. success In mosquito destruction


WK. IL. KNO WLj Frogue.
TEMO. W. DRWAfT. Asat. Coihie.

W. K. HYBR. JR.. V.-Pres and Casher
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cahier.

First National Bank

i Oft l OR& P. C. Br&= V. A& BtM" Wmi. Kowles,
K, LM HyefI J.. D. G. Brent"

Foreign Wnd DMic ExcaDnge Bmogt ad LSd

We draw our own Bills of Ex-
change on rst Britain, Ireland,
Germany, Frane, Austria, Italy,
Holland, Spa.m, Begium, Riseia,
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
other European countries.

Vessels disbursed open theO mee
Favorable Terms, and their skW
gatione taken paysple at Pert of
Destination Ten Days After Vo
eel Arrives there.

Safety Deposit Boes For Rent, in Connection with which we
hae Private Deprtment for the use of Renters.
ro O-. Paid nu O r S a#
trute f 4 pler m p .Ml O-.
L. _O ....- -M I-- a- -

U. M. DSsaSULS, CAMES=& MANsMkkDilOft3NI)A. amam. &
0i-iz"s National Bank,

lelw w1whobLMonte flee', T. aX W*Iu.

J. S. REBS, Pesident. 3. W. MNzqC Cashier.
3 M. CART, VIce-President
* Direetere-L. J. Rwe, J. Reese, W. DeC. Kesslr. R. M. Ckr
W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jeamlg.
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M S tms d be ysu tosrW a gmet ded d mtajark sad cis nd hn.

sald se "-drug st or"s or at
LmWIa SCS., Whimbmh gi, mi mwsusw
3p l2 eaO wm

depends upon UtN 4 operatt of te
members of the estlt e mO tY.
20. While t t;ws m2m .
fever is carried b a of
mLequito (the S9eimiM), to lrw
its detuctioa it is mmsit to 0sa
im ad anr is
etoeet a metqot. 0 tt #
WOWtI meta0

vels. as indicated above. Use thj
mosquito bar at oaee over all cases at
fewer until the danger from yellow
fever has passed. Destroy all me&

Acqaaint yourmlf with thel st "w



H. L. COVINGTON, Preident M. L CLARK, Camhlr.
C. W. LAMAR, Vks-Preeldest JNO. PFEIFFER. At. Cambler.

Capital Steak, *200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Hemry L Coviateam, J.
J. tlpfder. A. M. Avery,
ry W. R. MIltes, Jr.
E 0.I. Maoos,
Prank 1t W. I. Cawtho,
W. &, io2se0c 0. A. O'Nel,
T. 1. MgOomtz. Dr. W. J. Hanna&
r. A Brawwur, McKenzie Oetlga,
C. W. Lusar. Alex MeOowta,
J. 3. ieeadfrs, C. Covtagto.
Aesounto of anks, IdivM-l-, S"rpord.enm and Firms *lebtda
P'mr per eemlt. flMlt paid on Time Depoelte.
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SOWi, ea uand Dowe Ami The Wim Go, CeMa
ad Tarry-Woe d Society, Here and Elsewhe.






D3uU.Ia III the only harmless Propars-
tlea thm at isplet Ar obliterst4a ALL
Obeflb.!W-flnht-s. traeon o: care worry. III-
IPaMd exposare. After a few appiies-
Umxot Seastloia. bearity ofyouth retains
634 age a like mantle from the face,
== thg e skin soft, cleasr and 'relrety,
OW& wriakle or hlernivi remaln.'. Bantl-
eis fase.A.rsed by th Me& di al Pteruz tf
Gbeml~w and Export Dermatolocettii. Ti
be^ mi4dfaded. but o-cr b autiful lasdle,.
so yqmthfal at forty and fifty &@ they were
a" twenty, also usred hr men with the same
wender'ftl esul to. Bean tiQ!a rem oves the
worst ra~e of 5B'bWN. LIVER *PO1T%,
13GS and all X'ISFIGURIN~i. KIUP-
UXOX. Price 410 vents. EVER3Y BOX
ftm sale by leading druggits ow sent
Depth. &L ouls.
Nesstloia Nbook mailed free upon requ.'.

.Uta very pleasant leaTUre of what By elegant periphrases,
i proved a dtiightlul stay in the Mis- How general, how sad to view
r. souri metropolis. despi:e the annoy- Is conscious modesty's shocked hue!
ing publici; resulting t hrefrom.
Mr. and IMr,. Cnarles Gray were Dire were the inpropriety
also "Among those present" as gues's Of naming what unnamed must rest,
of the ci60 of St. l'u:s. la;,'r go:ng Lest horrified society
to 'is.t Mr. Gray's fat:hr in Fl -ra, Should learn w.'at lies below m:-
Wli. chest.
Mr. and Mrs Gittings are at horn. Enough for me to be aware,
S22 East Gadsitn. jThat after all you know it's there.
'e Rib, -- ----

iseh, New Raisins, Herring in Kcg. The innu:i: 'rab!h frr,:irc. of Capt. E That the success of a dinner party
Dried Herring. Black Olives, Sea Meale Wilson wil; 'c. pl)sed to learn does not depend on the excellence of
Wymph Cod Fish, Hallibut, Bloaters, that he has recover-i! from his acci- the chef, but on the proper aszort-
Spanish Onions, Olives in Keg, Dill dent and ha, rentur:-,! to t1hi L. & N. imert of the company, was precisely
Pickles, Black Greek Olives, Sauer Camp. leaving Mrs.W.ilson who nas the cpinion of a very witty old lady,
Kramt, Sotin Pickles, Francis Leggkrt gained nine pounds and their two who wisely said. "My dear, it Isn't
& Co.'s Celebrated Brand of Canned manly little sons at Bauff Springs. the menu that makes good dinner;
Soois, Asparaiuit and T;ps, Lobsters. Miss Neil Richards of Pensacola, it's the men you sit next to.-Tampa
Salmon, Shrimp, Oysters. Clams. Im- who is teaching herc has been the 'Times.
posted Sardines. ltalian Cheese, Ital- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bond since -0-
&m Paste. Spanish Canned Goods, Fridlay evening. Philip had gone out to bring in the
White Beans, Red Beans, Butter! Some of t..' folks here are enjoy- new kittens to show them to a visi-
Bens. Everything new and fresh. ing some fine wtermelons. tor, His mother, hearing a shrill
Ne. 04,. 606, 608 S. Palafox SL. Sy--wish you'd sen( them up here mewing, called out: "Don't hurt the
Sto put a t lephonv in my house? kittens. Philip." From the hall came
.Wh -w hen we have on.' of our Jolly good the reassuring answer: "0, no. I'm
Stlut s would tell you about 'em but- carrying them very carefully by the
r-- 1F i, U -,Lg t 1-the mails are so sbow. stems.-Children's Visitor.
9 WATERMNILON. A member of a school board once
0r rA A Easked a class of children if any of
Si g ATHENIAN WEDDING them could tell what an epidemic was.
j Pensacola trieeds of Miss Dl)rotay No answer. "Well, let me prompt
I the plaoe to send your clothes to be1 McPherson, of Athens. Ga.. wi:l he i'- you. An epidemic is anything th-i
Dyed, Cleaned, Pressed or Repaired. ter(sted in the announcement of her Dnrcads. New what is an epidemic?"
rhey- are now in a po-siion to handle, coming marriage .,o Mr. P. H Faruis- "Jam, sir," replied a boy promptly.-
yer work more effici-ntly than ever. I worth a clever young journalist of East and West.

New York.
E. L. REESE, She is the orphan sister of Prof.
Pt 75. John H. T. McPherson of the Univers-
P" 675. Proprietor. ity of Georgia.
N&. 11 North Palafox Street. Th( wedding wil! take place Tuer-
day evening. Nov. 7. at S o'clock in
tue Athens Episcoipal church.

Sk NV e AIMt Nl. L

Removal Notice.

On October 16, 1 will more my stock
St groceries and feed stuff from co.-
@er 10th Ave. and 14th streets, to.
Bmre with the blue front on corner
r Davis and Lloyd streets.
Will keep a full and complete stock
atmcy and staple groceries and feed
Thanking my friends and cus-
for past favors, I respectfully
ollcKt a continuance of same. Call
Sget prices before purchasing else-
rhere. full weights and measures
iaranteed. Ring phone 620 and give
ee your orders.

C. M. Wilson.



At a meeting of the advisory board
%j the Pensacola Clas-ica: School held
wept. 21. 190. it was founD advisable to
postpone the opening of the coming
session until mort favorable condi-
Utons prevail.

The many friends and fo-np
neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Jam'
Stewart now of Roberts, were great
distressed a few days ago to hear thi
their lovely little daughter MiW
Katharine was dying, but a letter r

The Journal's Daity Fashion Feature

#J 51 AISJP' rO^iuW ruK "P I L' I U OUSEWEAR

A pretty shaad of ros.-rel 'i ere'- part ef lace to match the chemisette.
itA is enmpi'-,e' for th's dIa:n'1 hli",' a flaring cuff of velvet dividing the
frock, and a much deeper shade ,*f two. A sash of velvet ribbon to
velvet accenTua's t!:. col r, march is tied arot!nd the waist, quite
iThe blouse fast-ns in the back. the an elaborate series of loops and ened
front displaying an Inserted chemi- appearing in the back, and coming
sette and high colar of lace. the dark but half way to the hem of the skirt.
velvet serv-ng to eutrame ti1s a!.l The skirt has a box-pleated tablier
around. Deep pleats on the sborl.- front, the pleats stitched down almost
ers allow for sufficient fullness across to the knee. and then well pressed
the chest, and Itttle tucks are grouped from there. The sides are cireulpr.
el.low tue chemniette. TMe sleeve darted over the hips, and the back
ha.s the modish double effect, the up- follows the front gore in arrangement.
- r part of the henrietta, this assum- Two rows of velvet ribbon, eAch of
Sing a ioose puff form, and the lower varying width, appear on the hem.












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'OF ST. LOUIS. (English anatomy ends with the dl-
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. GRtings, former- aphraghm. The mention even of the
ly Miss McGuire. returned Friday stomach Is not permissible in polite
right from their wedding journey af- society.-Frankfurter Zeitung.)
Ter a most enjoyably month spent in
St. Louis and in vizt.nng the former When rich wita peel and plum, a cake
home of Mr. Gittings in Childowee, Is fare I'm not afraid to try,
Mo. Because it gives me st-
When notified that they wonld be No, reader, no. I'll not say Why.
detained for five days in quarantine If I should give a plainer hint
before they wou:d be permitted to vias- ou'd faint to see it In cold print.
it in the city of St. L uni.: Mr. Giztin!s'
and his bride were great ly disappoint- Though of: I suffer agonies,
ed and anticipated a depressing stay Yet, when I mention where, I trow,
in uncomfortable environments. To Is rarer than a dragon is,
their relief they were g cvn Lice en- For I'm well mannered you mus!
Tertainmen' at the nurses Ieadquar- know.
ters, a building quite apart from :he The world would blush for weeks to
hospital and are very appreciative tf: come
the hospitali-: shown t'iem, and par- To hear me name my little t- .
,picuiarly of the courtesy of Dr. and'
Mrs. Dwyor uho trc.utec them rather If I'm heard intimating it
;as personal gue- s 'han as refugee~ Holds that which with it disagrees
and made t.e'r five days detention Though subtly indicating it
a ve~ pla~rt tet ti ofwnat By eegat peiph ites

en necessitated, including an- "Beginning Oct. 3. we will give $100
for live stock. About 100 of a day in prizes for five days, for the
est race horses of Tennessee, best suggestions received from em-
rolinas, Georgia and Florida ployees. selling of v'rongs in our or-
seen in the great race meet, to ganization, or where money might be
ie days. saved & etc., giving every one an op-
portunity of showing his loyalty to us,
by telling in his opinion is wrong
H IT SUCCiEDS, wrong here.
----- President."

cause It's for One Thing Only and
Pensacola is Learning This.
Nothing can be good for anything.
Doing one thing well brings suc-
Doan's Kidney Pills do one thing
they're for sick kidneys.
rhey cure backache, every kidney
lere is Pensacola evidence to prove

Mrs. Martha A. Stevens, residing at
309 East Gadsden street, says: "I
have been a friend of Doan's Kidney
Pills for a long time, and I always
recommend them to everyone I hear
complaining of backache or kidney ills
of any kind. This remedy has been
used in my family off and on for years
9nd the pills have never been found
wanting to anyone requiring a kidney
medicine. No one need hesitate about
going to Sidney Kahn's drug store.
No. 9 South Palafox street for they
will not be disappointed aIn the
results obtained."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. toster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo.
N. Y., sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's--and
:ake no other.

Mr. Pattersor has
strained under 14 to
tense daily labor, and
for a rest in "Greater

become over-
15 hours of in-
d has left Ohio
r New York."

A Judicious Inquiry.
A well known traveling man who vie"
its the drug traa'e says he has often
heard druggists inquire of customers
who asked, for a cough medicine,
whether it was wanted for a child or
for an adult, and if for a child they
almost invariably recommended Cham-
berlain's Cough Remedy. The reason
for this is that they know there is no
danger from it and that it always
cures. There is not the least danger
in giving It, and for coughs, colds and
croup it Is unsurpassed. For sah by
all druggists.

Under Now Management.
A delightful resort immune from
fever, offers to refugees elegant ao-
commodations and board at $25 per
month, $7.40 per week. Everything

I I I _~ _


Brent, Fla, Oct. 16.-The past week
opened with a duplicate equinoctial
storm. The east wind of Sunday night
generated a water-fall which poured
down almost unceasingly throughout
Monday, with increasing velocity of
the wind-a post fitful condition for
the "bAnner day" of the yellow fever
There may have been unbilled
shipments of infectedbmosquitoes
lurking in the freight cars standing at
the Goulding yards which caused the
spread of fever in that vicinity.
Whenever we catch a cold, feel hot
or become tired we imagine that Miss
Stegomyia has been guilty of kissing
us on the sly. With the developments
of suspicious symptoms we swallow
TMi NAOID# CM a double cathartic, scald two feet in
irmeny Advertised ana Sold as hot mustard water, then, (if we are
...SATINOLA.. not sick enough to fall into bed.)
change in Formula or Package. dress up in winter wraps and exer-
NAME only has been changed to cise after internal drenchings of
I confusion, as we cannot afford orange-leaf tea, until a gentle perspir
ave so valuable preparation con- atlon ensues, which must be kept
I with any other.) regular until the scare is over and
INOLA is guaranteed, and money symptoms abate.
11 be refunded in every case where Mr. Berry has only seen three mos-
ils to remove freckles, pimples, quitoes at his place the past season,
-spots, collar discolorations, sal- all of which he pleads guilty of hav-
ess, sun-tan, black-heads, disfil- ing murdered in the first degee!
eruptions, etc. The worse cases Miss Herrington learned that she
) days. Leaves the skin clear, was credited by somebody with hav-
healthy, and restores the beauty Ing a case of yellowish fever. Sheet
nuth. wants It distinctly understood that
ce, 50cts and $1.00. Sold in each' she claims no Immunity from the of-
by all leading druggists, or by fects of infected mosquitoes.
The travelers body-guard at the
-parpd only by dead line is now comfortably shelter-
IONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. ed in an abandoned dairy wagon. The
Exposure to which the pioneer guards
were subjected might generate a
d Monday by one of her young more fatal new monyiL than an aver-
aIs was written by Miss Kathr- age attack of the mosquito fever.
and states that she and her par- The "chalk-line" Is becoming a mar-
are all well and happy in their ket center of importance. Where
home at Roberts. shall a market-house be located for a
S. center of supplies?
S. C. Donaldson has been dis- The wonderful Industry in the man-
d by his physician who says he ufacture of cash registers at Dayton,
one of the prettiest cases th O.,0 has probably no equal, in many re-
r has ever seen. Mrs. Donald-spects, throughout the civilized world.
sister Miss Minnie Lou Dennis The high wages paid for reduced
11 under the physician's care but hours work-together with the advan-
wving. tages, attractions and comforts ex-
tended to all employes make a Job at
ses Susie Liddon and Florida the "N. C. R." a most enviable po-
left last night to enter school. sition.
Liddon will enter Belmont col- The organized labor "trusts" ap-
at Nashville, Tenn., while Mits pear to be overleaping all reasonable
goes to Tuskeegee, Ala. We bounds, and threaten to disorganize
for them a pleasant term.- thls great "welfare league"-making
nna Times-Courier, demands that the management can
t et < crtcnever accept.
s Mamie Stewart, who sue- The attendance of every member
ed to a light attack of fever a was requested to meeting to discuss
ys after her return from a sum- the demands of the Typographical
outing, was sitting up Sunday Union. About 300 hands played
s doing finely. truant, and were discharged for life
SGeorge T M n and the following day.
George T. Morgan and ohlerl The general manager said:" We
left Sunday for Kentucky were are going to eliminate those who are
will spend several weeks. not with us n heart and soul. The
0' men who loaf and scoff and sneer.
. Walker tHumpbreys who has "I don't believe the 8 hour day is
seriously ill, hat been doing well necessary, which would impede the
Sunday evenlu4 progress of this country in capturing
SMr ler the markets of the world more than
and Mrs. W.'leC. Kessler are all the commercial treaties and ad-
registered at Hotel Astor, New vantageous trade agreements could
city. ever counterbalance.
4 '. e. "I predict that any attempt to 'boy.
le Maecheal toeckinger 1i re- cott this company will begin your
...e h,,a, ot maAxdiat downfall in the United States. Tnea
Chicago strike will be no indication of
anh hthe public indignation which will oe
s Salna Smt o has been "aroused."
ick, was able to sit up Sunday The secretary said: "We are not op-
e first time. posed to Unions, but to their abuses--
rt every laborer must have his constitu-
Fritz Hoffman's friends are tional right to work when, where and
o learn that he is getting bet- how he pleases. We allow men to
Belong to a Union or not-but feel
that no man in our employ should be
Mamie English who has been forced into joining a labor organiza-
now convalescing. on if he does not want to do so.
President Patterson said: "This
Sof Blue Ribbon Lemon and factory and all its welfare work may
Extracts are increasing rapid- sink into oblivion, its buildings may
use they are the best that stand here and rot, with its doors
cln produce, simply perfect. locked and the machines Idle, before
less. Flavors perfectly." I will be low enough and mean
ROWDS EXPECTED enough, or such a traitor to you peo-
AT TAMPA STATE FAIR ple, as to sign such a contract as that
A TAMA TATE which is offered by the Typographical
pa, Oct. 16.-From the reports Union.
passenger and industrial agents "I fought in civil war to preserve
Coast uane, Seaboard and other the Union, and I do not propose now
s interested in the coming state to lie lown when disunion threatens
Tampa, the attendance of home- us. This institution is going forward
From other states will surpass if money, work and the law will let
Sany fair hitherto held in the it, regardless of the opposition of any
Throughout the entire sum- band of men who attempt to tell us.
d autumn and energetic adver- how to run our business."
campaign has been waged in all From a strange voice in the hall
s. particularly the northwest, came a suggestion which Mr. Patter-
Is will be continued until the son said was worth fifty dollars, and
tes open. So great has been the he instructed the treasurer to write
I for exhibit space at the Fair him a check for that amount.
ie erection of extra buildings A bulletin at the factory read:


PHONE 1100
m~ m me . . .- ... .- -. .
Do not wait until the yellow fever gets you to order
-the supplies needed at that time. You should have them
in the house ready to us. We carry everything in that
M t d, F ax so"d Meal,
Lftla Tablt9 and very-
thin Needed In OCases of

We can also supply you with all fumigation necessi-
ties--Sulphur, Sulphur Candles, etc

Oil of Citronella and the Original Bosso.


Announce Speciale! I

with Implicit confidence In the present, and a great future for Pan-

=am awfl mAl in
e A CaeOasseALeI
onfd .l COAML.
1"aft Tolopose, a g
=Sna- zuta ma"sa t a


The O, Uality &St

Boy's Clothing.

We have just placed on our counters the most Comi-
plete, Serviceable and Fashionable Line of Boys
Clothig ever shown in the city, and at prices of
$1.50 to $6.00 per suit. No such goods have ever
been offered at the prices. We have also XXX


Ned. Ia 41 gtherg

DARXMT reduce your mhoe bts by buying the Aimeri
A BoySboe.TheyaremldebyN.B.Thayer MCo.,Inc.,the
largest clu nalIv manuncturers of boys'and youths'shoes in
the United Stat. They contain an the features that twenty
yemaW aper-Iw-oe have proven to add to the wearing quvt*,
and have more style and fit than any other boy's shoe an the
market. Every pair (except Patent Leather) fully guaranteed.

W. J. & B. FORBES.

This is a New Shoe on the Market

and has a reputation to make

here. We do not hesitate


marine Grocery
V. J. VIDAL, Manage
badln ta
S t Faaq Groced

rmwft reh*mo oned.

Walled Boneless Corned Beet




Is display. by thho- who
drink our S'.ia Wa'er.
They have "-arm-d ;.j d'-
crimLnate be: wee the
good and the bad. hence
the great popular four
the great popularl:\ of our

Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S. Palafo. Phone 999


takes great pleasure In announcing-
Their ReadInes for a Large Fall and Winter Business.
We have ordered, are receiving, and continue to receive as fast as
goods are packed and shipped, the largest assortment of Fine Groce-
ie that It has ever been our pleasure to handle-because we feel and
know the people of Pensaoola are capable of rising superior to any ca-
lamity tht arises, and that on the wave of prosperity comes the de-
aire to Pre aad Wholeome Table Foods.


to guarantee it.

__ _

eaurs for Quality,

W. J. & B. FORBES.





SThe Journals Classfied Cash Advertiements

O*e-e~nt-e-woneE h DSWUni X Me *WbWit tiiM mO i 2mo&I X S, ,parby the month.
mill -- -------~ ^ y ^^ W ~ ~ y


3 houses (pew) renting $21.00 per
month.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$100l.
I Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00
per month.... ............$7Sb0.
4 room house west Romana MOO.O0

For Rent.

7 room house, 918 E. Strong....-$1- 50
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00
6 room house, 409 Guillemard. 16.00
IAst your real estate with me for
Rents collected and prompt returns

204 8S. Palafox St. Fisher Building.

* n iM N led . L UTN_. II urwr9 9
a fe lemm t, e U comte" I FOR SALE-Dr. Boulter's office out-
215 Sooth Palaefx Street, Pensacola, Florida. ifit, house-hold goods, piano, cow
___________________________ and calf. Call at house 313 N. Spring
I St., between 2 and 5 p. m., or at offle
between 9 a. m. 12 p. m. Mrs. H. H.
WAN HL P -- Boulter. lboctlw"
WA FOR AI.U--Completely furnished
We want the public to remember that WANTED-Exxperienced mill man house, corner Gadsden St. and 7th
we are back at our old stand on East and machinist is open for position to avenue. Beautiful home. Must be
Government street, and selling gro- run saw mill for some one who has sold at once-a bargain. Marion Clut-
cartes and produce cheaper than any mill and timber. Can give first-class ter. 17octlw.
etber fnrm i Pensacola. We mean references. Aolress P. 0. Box 319, JUST RT m7ivea --Large shipment of.
what we say. Geo. W. Pryor & Son. Pensacola. Fla. 17octlw*' imported OHve Oil. Retail by pint, gallon or larger quantity. G. Morass
WANTD. -By Chicago wholesale and WANTE>-Installment collector for & Co., ship chandlers and grocers, 701
anll ord .r house, assistant manager merchandise accounts; good salary South Palafox. 4oot
(mea or woman) for this county and and expenses. Address Manager, P. CHICK= W*
aftallag territory; expense money ad- O. Box 1027, Philadelphia, Pa. Makes ew s s
vaaced. Work pleasant; position per- 17oct3tm e ls
,anmet. Write at once for full partic- Melleti & O. Pane aSm Le
siars and enclose self-addressed en- WANTED.-Lady or gentleman of fair
recipe. -homas J. Cooper & Co., 132 education to travel for firm of $250,- FOR SALE.-I am FIlorda State Agieat
La St., Chicago, 111. 3oct2w* 000 capital. Salary $1,072 per year, for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
KING A& HUAL, contracting painters payable weekly. Expenses advanced. Var.A- Fixtures of all deerippttoes
ad decorators. Fine varnhis Address Geo. G. Clows, Pensacola, Fla. manufactured by Alpine Safe sa
ad finishing. Sign pant a sp 17t.2t* Lock Company of C Lnaat
aaft. Residence phone 249. 2fug. Communicate with me for prices aad
Ter. d phone 249. S WANTED-Men to learn barber terms before buying elsewhere. Soa
WANTED-To buy a second hand trade. Fall term begins Oct. 16. it Moreno, Pensacola, Ie I
safe about 30 X 18 inside measure- Apply at once. Our method savo I *
meats. P. 0O. Box 831. 13oct1w years of apprenticeship. Little ex- Do you value your healthT It 1L
DO TOU waa to bat or el ua-tat pense, Tools given, board provided, use our pure Blead of COffe e"DeVey"
O .Ot- w .t a n ty or ash* I Catalogue mailed free. Moler Barber and ~hly. New Orle Grcery
A~-,l' t'-t" & adn College, New Orleans, La. l15octlw* Co., Jas. McHugh, Pro"p. sag"0

I 4... ..WANTED.-Men andu boys wanted to
WAgT .l.lg I a .S sad tral earn 5 day. after two mo ths in-
r Oice phone eL ReSSaieAo struct ion, position guaranteed. Cobno
phone 30. Acosta & White, 2-28 N. IBros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New York,
Tafagoa. &mc Cincinnati, 0., St. Louis, Mo. (Free
WANTED.---verybody to kiow that catalogue.) Soctly
our Blend of Coffee may be imitated
but caa't be equaled New Orleas WANTED.-An Intelliget peron may
Goreery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. earn $10 to $16 weekly in spare
ug ___ time corresponding for newspapers;
WANT )D.-The public to know that no canvassing. lSnd for particulars.
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport,
Florida. New Orleans Grocery Co, N Y. 3oct3m
Jas. McHugh, Prop. aud 9

WANTED.-The Merchaats Transfer
Co. wants your moving and hauling.
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor.
ei Prom Phton *7L lfunelm.

WANTED--By Chicago Manufactur-
ing Houm. person of trustworthyness
somewhat familiar wit local territory
as assistant in branch office. Salary

., .. ..$18 paid weekly. Permanent position.
We want everybody to know that we -No investmentlured. Provis ex-
perience not es~tntiil to engaging.
are wholesale and retail g ocers a d d ress. Manager Branches, Como
sl a the old sta. New Orlk, C .. ctw
amomy Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. &ockE Chicago. 3oct3w*

L. K BKNOHAM waste your maovla
and hauling. He guarantees all breaks
age. Phone at.
WANTED-Tour electric work of all
kinds. Let us clean your tans. re-
palr your dyOamo, do your wiring. etc.
Fionse 570. Pensacola Electric Co,
oraer Intendencia and Baylen stroeea,
PARTIES who weat to reat house
teams or anything ela* tor ta
matter, will find The Journal Want
Ads a great hel.
WANTED-Oruers for The Joursars
special Pensacola and Panama Canal
ditilon, whieh will shorly appear.
UWill contain hl.f-tone pictures of city.
baror and special scenes. 15 oeata
Leave orders at Journal oMice.
FOR SALE-A second-hand buckhoar4:
buggy, in good condition. Pir.-"
615.00. Apply io Geo. A. Vucovich.
(cor. Garden Lad Alcani. 15ocUlw


FOR RENT-A fire-room cottage,
1 E 5 r- r -,troA 2- blokkck fwromc ar.

We have been with you Isa r-amo
la since 1874, and still intend to stay
with you and serve you with the bAI
of groceries at lowet agU.
ket prices. New Orleans OGemy
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prolp. a

FOR SALAU-One lot of fte sdh
cases, especially adapted r a-
linery purposes or for drug toree.
also one lot of counters and A" e
French plate glass mirrors. B. L.
Reese. 118 South Palafox. tsep
FOR BALA-At a saerUsoe tultaug
store, stock aud secouwts a" at
188140 3. Iantma*U1 .
WAN'tBD-Second-hand Corn, Oda
and eotto seed meal sacks. Out -
town shipments solClted. Write a.L
F. S. Mellen A Co. 0turhli
FOR SALE-One Choice hbok on top
of t ae ridge eaot of the eloctrlo
railway, between 7th aad th stroe"
Nature has favored this seCtlon and It
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.

WA*-Prloo in fU A RLOR nood ^f guaipvmw-

ters, please ring up poone No. 776,1 PLUTO WATER-Cures onstipation,
or apply to L. Redenback, business Liver and Stomach troubles. For
a.ent, room 1, old Armory building. sale. wholesale and retail by Jas. Me-
27sppt2m Hugh. octl.






Cornet West Intendencia and
F. streets. House in good
condition. Rent for $8.00 per
month. Two extra lots go
with house

12 North Palafox street...... $25.00
15 North kaylen.............. 40 00
)4 North 'Sprlng.............. 25 00
23 East Gadsden..... ...... 15 00
14 East Strong............... 15 00
25 West Romanas............. 10 00

Money to lend at the lowest market
rate of interest.


Real Estate Agency
2IM South Palafox Street,

O 9SALB --Shigles and Wood to.-
sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'.j
Mill, just west of-Muscogee wharf.
FOR SALU-South haff block 211,
tfroting 400 set on 13t'h street, by
1:7% feet on May View Park; also
south half of blW* 2i2, fronting 400
feeton a14tht .,. 1371,2 feet On Bay
View Park. The ably property adjoin.
Ing Bay View Park that is now for
isle. The beattu view down the
baymo and ,Dwt' c bay nmWer be
obstructed A ,, ,1 Clubbs. S0Jly

MOR SAL3.-Colpi* 'Stegomyla" pos.
tat cards tr s at White's Rea-
teurant, two for te cents. Outside
Wrders will not bi. !leo unless cash
mad' postage ac*wninea order. Or-
lerAt AIL t ept.

IM eraursrtyor 06alaerl

Net 4Crmsnal Propertyparable
VMeW ~seawtwla.When Yom 3204
MVmy. seOM&e.I3.LWilm 91, 322% ~
Q.,A memtsteet Slibuty biiidin,
"qMit. I24o
6"e security IS ay amovat..

MOirqY LOAN= Moiafl kinds of pem
uSOWlprojperty on2shot nOtice.
Terms G05J. 3.W. Bullard. upsta'rs
111% South Palafox StL, PhQUn 1144
UNUIUTM iamoua cn euey t Ifts

SWANTED.-Hotel cook:colored boy to FOR d .LBe CH. AP--y herd.yaar.D. ue r-b- a aotnrco
cook in a small hotel, good salary; .old OBeshie6 9hr AIr, f a ~o Nw Tft Lor ,r
iFlorida, No. 68,923. Also some lnoe South ,si
answer quick, for Chipley Hotel, Chi o p 1 ixmon d ra. 8oth r
answer '-. young pigs. 1 .sx-montbod boar, aU
ley, Fla.. 19sept.. registered and transferred. Carl Set.
Steriand, Chiploy. Fla. 18s mamOL
WANT-ED.-All young persons wa, terind pley FI PlB hW I@O.
are good stenographers or book- FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New 40I S. PALAFOX ST.
keepers, that are seeking positions or City. Tract No. 312. For cash $400. .UO .TO ON ON DIAMOND
promotion, to register with us imme-. Apply to A. M. McMilla., Cour(Housk OWatce Chais, ing eAaall kOn(.
diately. We can secure you good pos- la m securityy s a a all nowera of
Itions. We are havlg more ca '1 0ts ar s
daily than we can supIly. I; will co- ALL FOR $1-10 lbs. Granulated s B n
you nothing to register With us. Meux' Sugar, 1 pound Our Own Freshly ,
& Munro, Proprietors. rhe Mobie Parchesa Mocha and Java Coffee, 1 lb.
Business College, No. 62-64 N. Royal Aldernay Baking Powder, this Powder LOST
St., Mobile, Ala 15septltn*'is equal to Royal that costs you 501
Sets. per pound. New Orleans Grocery LOST-Black and white setter pup,
WANTED--The public to know tba( Co. Iloct answering to name of "Jack." Rt-
IT WATER will cure Cons FOR SAa-econd-hand cash ward for return to L. Jaoby's store.
pation. S:omach and liver !roubles. ter in perfect condition. Will eSl 17octlw.
Fur sale. wholesale and retail, by ash or or Utse. A al bar ai n. l
James McHugh t'1. t ash or o ta. A rel. bral.. .. a.,
O ctl - so Tta *a& > LAa-&r Arr TvL se. it Init.ia T ith


Wih gas. bath and screened. No. AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' a,-i.
App:y to H W Gibbs. Hardware MalariIl a&d Chill Cure. It cur-s
Dept.. Forbes Store. 13octlmo* to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need it at'
FOR RENT.-Resdence Istaly o this time of the year. On sale at a;lt
cped by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. ll W. druggists. or at Lewis & Co., iast
LeRua street Apply to H N. C11v: Government street Price, 50c.
48 S. Palafox st.'et. T)ai 13seplm.
REGULAR MAIL G-ood coavey.
Eeiaie- af &sac for travelUng public. Daily er-
vice each way. rom Chiple to Bay.
WANTED--My patrons to know thaL head. L44 I M. Tggle, Chipley,
my school will open at the same1 InachJ

3.lace as heretofore, as soon as the yel RIEAL STATIL
low ever sl:uation will permit. Miss; ':rAi MD A
Pattie Holden. 24sept. YoAL SboyA3F S 5t1 W < o ,teW.
TYa buy th poad d We will
WANTED-The people C Peasacola be"ld your boa e.s tItUw em.
to cease worr ing. Let The Journal means D. Hade Wise O
Want Ads soive the problem tfor yo
They are expe': detectives. and cea TAILOR NO- I DimaMd. Tiflow.
fnd the man you are looking for tf Oeat'sa o pressed and
Le is included la the 25,100 or ,000i tepatadS --- Mta. No. ]I%
people s wtic makes the populaonat W6 West GowUIO . a.- nu m P
Pasacola. ldea

SAILMAKEL. Keep your system la good condition
J. 3. PORT alaamaer, T716 oath and you need ,not fqr any disease.
Pae ateL Oton m ~en tar Plato, the gret stob a mler, -for
tat .S awIDIa. oamap s" m sad bhome sale. wholeSale aNd "retl- by Jas.
eta. Psefm nCmmmh s sale McHugh.

GROW GINSENG. L rge proats.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today tor literature. Bucklag-
ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesviile, 0.

IAjs)*-Locet win jaiauls i. m.
Heart shape. fInder will please re-
turn to Sol Cahb.& Co. 12oct4t
LOST-Charm off fob, heart shaped
small diamond on front, Initials A.
V. on back. Return and receive

FOR SALE-Fine Horses and Mules reward at Journal O"fce, or 710 E,
for sale at all times. Turpentine Gregory. 12octlw*
operators' wants given special atten-
tion. Call on or address Dillon & LOST.-A Maltise Angora Kitten near-
Penuel, Marianna, Fla. Sactm ly grown. Liberal reward for re-
turn to Ben D. Beers, at Wa. Johnson
WANTED.-You to know that you caa & SOL
buy nice, clean old papers at _"s
office cheap. I YELLOW FEVER NURSE.
FOR SALE.-My residence M on E J Rger has nu
Hill, either include ng hole blok r verysu R. es hs tnurseu yellow
of twenty lots 40x137 1.-2 feet, ato er very succs fully through sevat ohi
quarter block Of lve lots. Appl eral epDic8 of the past, both in
myu o blc k Thiesen Builds ftpl ~IPensacola and New Orleans, and now
r particulars. C. W. -,.- oters her services to those requiring
au1m C.W. Ha U. a trained yellow fever nurse. Cal on
2aug .her at 1408 st Gadlden or phone 853
ann TO Q rnT rn5 n .m. ... -- -4 ragB. 100cim

of charge. He mwa --b
W. t
10* SALK.-104MO &@Oftes
let, 8 blodms 0 Fah tl
192 can MAe.F
OuLi0eof standutdCotI~
29 J".

S$1.--10 b. ranted
S bar Oft Se ets.
,1 poupd Aldernay Bak-
r, tba powder is equal to
esots you 50 emts per
r Orleas Grocery Co.

L. S. BROWN & Co

Offer exceptional inducements
to those desiring to sell or
buy, rent or lease property,
borrow or lead m6ney.

Have several customers want-
ing homes and investments.

Don't put it off but see us

Office Second Floor Thiesen Building.

Board and Rooms.
WANTED-A few boarders at 318 W.
Belmont. 13oct3wks*
WANTED.-On-3 or two roomers; men
preferred. Apply or address No. 17
W. LaRua, ciEy. Ioctlm*
BAY HOTNL-Ompen n&ht aad day.
European plan. Rooms light Mad
clean. Traailent trade olioted, S75.
57> South Palat. Joe. L Nioolas.

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of 1 (. Only.

No Taxes! No Interest!

Those. Pebley,
Office Cor. Romana and Palafoz St*.
Phone 559.

There will be a meeUng this
body on the first and third oedaee.
days of each month at 7:0 p. a. All
delegates are requested to be pre.
eat. W. ROX lT,.
Penacel 4 poo I. L of P,
meets every Monday e*Ming at 7:30
**loek at thOmr CMteo ae lme8
Watsot bIlldi-g corner Palatom nad
Garden streets Visitna brethren eOP
dlaly weloodme4.
J. HL. Bskw&'ON, 0. .
IL WORSlift K. of X i .

Rathboso Lodge So
isIL of F, soeftevery
2%ralty-evew"Alnt 8-90
GOD*Is i *ldr Gesti
ba.. Ow oor. Smcuat
74*90a aL muth.
wept eolmoPwftwo and
Garden A s Vet Ufttmg iOS
cwraniy wlcommed
c. j. Levy, XofI S&I

Knights of Ci umsbue.
Meetings of the
e Kights of Columbnius
rt held at their hall,
No. 8 West rntandeo.
cia street, oa eery
Monday evening at
7:30 o'eloek. Aa laI
vitatlon Is extend
to visiting Klnght.
EDM. FOX, Grand Kntgbt
Peneacola qo W 4, L I 0.0 P.J.
Pensacola LodRge 4 L 0. O. p,
meets every Thursday eTlong at 7:i;
at the new hall on Wett (Atl
ttroet. Vialtngs br*ra eordialy
invited. T. G. STINSON,
B. R WrrKOVSai. Secretary.
Naoarl Iodge No. 10, KIebekah S1&
ters meets every Monday night at
I o'clock In L 0. 06 F. a Vi.
ItiUg sisters cordially Invited to 'e
present. MRS. 1. DOTHAYER.
M. S. B. A. No. 81 meets first and
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West Inter
dencia Street.
A.G PrLLqPres.
J. L. SWEENEY. eea.
Lve Oak Camp No 1, W. 0. W,
meets tn Pythian Ha11 stand Mrt
Wedaesdays in each mouth. Visit
sovereigns omdially vTtd. I
r. A. Bowik CH C.

W. O. W. C., Oak Grove, No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
of each month at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor
Whtson building, southwest corner
Palatox and arden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially Iavitd. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olsek,

A. r. G&ALWS 00-. rogs.
y ywar i al mdtok feed ftr
t" l-ame amnsmutarr., encouraging
bome hdo#. eba toe me
lower, "a8 0e w mSN WISNpm

Keep your systems a good condition
and you need not ig aay disoae
Plato, tle great s h ater, forw
sale, wholesale 4 etall, by Jas.



Pro eulul PAetiy. A

Room 4"5 ieasdhjums


J, P. From~
Attcrnymnd Cqm*loat Law
106 Eant Geverpment SS obt
Gonerai Low Prahstb

emo m an eusiomst MPnow ne 5' ROUGH SERVIC

WELSH &SMITH,. s'of* hre mwD&0

PFrher BuIlding, W W Smth PaIad

PHONE 626.


Room 8, Bren B BuildIfg. Phem, S.

Attc, neyad C ounsejorat Law
401 Theee Building.


Hendrt & Carpenter wil ftrnish
esttinates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
982 E. Strong, and 824 ast LatRua
MeKinsle Oertlag Co., wwolesal
and retail ship chaners and groceras,
the only first-class iouse of the kaad
in Pensacola. al t% to all.
Why use inferior paper, wen you
can buy Kelso BEDd, F bench Dimity,
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at 0. V.
Thompsum's. 30 S. Palaftm.


li ket Ir s

Al r ..s, t I. Ietwoired "IOld "
and Akloe borps. Pbome 814.

and -Doola ft
SHINL 4" tO 111.

12""L o-e

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California and Northwest
Chicago, Omaha. St. Louis and Kansas
City is the

Union Pacific

and connections, with through sleepli

One-way colonist rates on sale fro
September 16th to October 31st, 190.
To California, Oregon. Washington,
Montana, Utah, etc.
Spefial round trip rates to Callkor.
naa and the Lewis & Clark Exposi-
tion at Portland, Oregon, until Sep.
member 28th.
Ask for through rate from your
Miation and secure literature. In.
formation freely given.
General Agent,
18 Peaebtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
0. W. ELY, T. P. A.

p ---Aa ITr- Wera

W. G. BARROW, Maser.


And all nts ea t. Amrws a,
Carrabatil and Apa-hi*
laste Pensacola Sundae, 8:38 SL
a. for Mobil, Ala
sv*e Pensacola. Tda 8: 6
m. for St. Aadews. lliile, As-
laeasosla, Carrabaelea a interiagediat
IFr addltloaal Informatlia apft a.
3. 3. COBB PFre"a"a,
?ensacela Fla.

spsuisty and Nowr bol
havOe lofal Mst~owu. ft A
,A a 01

We> '


Sorgia, FIrdd Mld aamw Railway so
arrakelle, Tela i le ergia Railra Co.
Schedule Taking Effect May 6, 1905.
Sunday SuneaM
Southbound Ne. 1 only only
N 3 No.s N0J
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga.Ry) .... 12:20a.m 7:50a.m ........ .......
Lv Macon (C.ofGa. Ry.) 3:45a. 11:36am ........ ........
Lv Cuthbert.. ........... 7:50am 4:05p.m ........ ........
Lv Arlington.. .... ...... 9:10am 5:15p.m ........ ........
Lv Balnbridge.. .. .. ....11: 00a.m 6:55p.m 6:20a.m ........
Ar Tallahassee.. ......... 12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05am ........
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. LI Ry) 1:53p.m 4:00a.m ........
Ar Jack'ville, (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.m 10:50a.m ........ ........
Ltv Tallahassee.. ...... 2:00p.m 8:00a.m S I5a.m 8:t0p.m
Lv Socoppy...... .... 3:14p.m 10:00a.m. 9:29a.m t9:Mpm
Lv Lanark.. .. .. .. .. .. 3:45p.m 10:45a.m 10:05a.m 10:26p.m
Lv Carrabelle.. .. .. ...... 4:00p.m ........ 10:15a.m 10:35p.m
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7: 00p.m ........ ........
......h.. Sunday Sunday
Northbound only only
No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
Lv Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 6:030am ........
Lv Carrabelle.. ....... 11:30m 2:OOp.m 6: Op.m 4:30La
Lv Lanark............ 11: 45.a 2:20p.m *6:45p.m 4:45a.m
Lv Sopchopp .. ..12:16pam 314p.m 7:21p.m 5:15
Ar Tallahasse,1 .......... l:0p. 6 :00p.u 8:35p.m 6:20am
Lv Jack'ville.(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p.m ........ ........
A.p TIilaaasse.(S.A.L.Ry.).. 3:lOp.m 10:00p.m ........ ........
LY Tallahassee.. .. .. .... 3:S5p.m 6:35a.m 8:45p.m 6 .'.5&.m
Lv Bainbridge.. ........ 5:25p.m 8:27a.m Arl0:25p.m 8:27aM
Ar Arlington............ 7:25p.m 10:16a.m ........ 10:16a.m
Lv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:43p.m 11:55a.m ........ Arl:113Sa.m
Lv Macon, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15s.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:36a.m 7:55p.m ........ 7:55a.m
NOTICE: :-Traine N**. 5 and $-will depart from, and arrive at, foot
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Balbridge *Sudays at $:20 a. m. will be
cn sale at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will atop 36 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
W. M. LEGO, R. C. SNIPf, E. 0. ALSTON,
General Manager. Trav. Pas. Agt. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Tallahse%, Fla.

If You Have

Idle Money

acd desire that it be safely invested so as to
earn a

Good Rate of Interest

it will pay you to get into communmatia
with us. Write or call on

Pensacola Investment Co.

WL. L ... L Py. .L SlVPSUWI Swrn.


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t usynd Tole Fair!

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_"_ i-" :.OCT. 9, 1906.
'- PAO A. MAL.
Whle In Havana awae the early pa at September last. I suffered from a severe attack of Deine verer, and upon my return to New Orleans I
till had dally ttks a~ ot fever, which, d despite the r6medaes prescribed by my Physiclan, clhg obstinately to me, until a friend of mine gave me
thr e bottles of your fever remedy, wahic I took pcordiag to directions for two days, and much tU my surprise all signs of the fever left me; my gener-
a health was also Tvery- ch improved
The medicine certailr does all yoa claim for It.
Tows tru!.
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A sWorthfor




Wham we taft about Om
-rt Hudreda m
ma aB alues. Seu
atirts as we offer nearly
always sell for more else
w: hr-but, we make ourI
- riaave usbut Amat
At 9wOft and to rou

They'rem White Negigsm
gSateS an' pleated, iM
bsem, bgsinsas and Pi
daags, with a mighty pret
ty me with dotsa ad
ripe. Fifty. 75 m
OA. "kM and up to

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Neither the Captain, ow
er or consignee of the No
bk. Bonheur will be respo
sible for any debts cont ra
ed by the crew of said ve
IWrTT, Agt. Maste

JLdU/lO lO .LIIL GARNIER'S OAYOU Mcillan Bros. Co. sl O ISLI
n Menuact ---
Ail" mAND WILL STAY UNTIL IJi 1A Saturnina, pan as ,Bengca, Liver-.
1 MARKES- pool to Gulf Transit Co.
iCAMP FRWT. ---- t,.i.?-,i..
SNaval 8to.- e Cimbria Dan as, Hansen, Hamburg
Savannah. Ga., Oct. 16.-The naval to Gulf Transit Co.
r Garier's Bayou, Oct. 12.-Jut a tfw torem market closed to. dy as tot- Br. as. Eastlands, 2001, Thomas from,
b y at b Sa I lines from the refugees at GaUrer' . lows:...... .. t Vincent, consigned' to F. O. Howe
l Aul iiera killed one of the most WG .. ... ....... 0 , n0don
rt0Md- eWs om onstrous alligators that has ever N.... ...... .......... .....6 20 Harold, Nor' s, 1435,Aos, London.
:,.-.. been killed in this neck qf the woods. M.................... 10 Kaendreht, Dth s' KHs, erkst'
hafSt It measured 14 feet long and it took K........................5 0 164, ulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co.
eight men to haul it on the beath. I.......................4 85 '"' Labelia, Watson, VerraCruz,
While the crowd was talking about the H.. .. .... .. .. .. ..........4 80 Keyser & Co., 1913.
speciall to The JournaL 'gator, Jeff MoSwain killed. In- the G ....... .. .... .. ..4 75 Br. as. Labella, Palmer, from Vera
Gouldig Relay' Cam~p, Oct. 16.- next room, one of the largest rats in F.. ................. ....... 70 Cr, to W. Keyser & Co.
Rot'ynga sunshiae and a pleasant the world, it measured 2% feet. Allie a ..................... ...48 Lovaine, Br as, Anderson, 1855,
* omrag after a heavy down pour of Riers and Old "Gus" y was thr D.. .. .. .... .................4 10 Rio Janerio to the W. S. Keyser Co.
rant on yesterday, we again come to f-et long, but the writer would not C.......... ..............400 Pklington, Br ss, Whyte, 885, Gal-
atre that all the boys are welL Flag. tell a lie for one quarter t a toot. Spirits Turpentine $ enatn. e ton toJ A Merritt & Co.
man Boad was a litte sick Saurday Give our regards to everybody, ande2148 Ver
ni ghtt a Sunday, ca ed from cold, say we will return with the fvost. Tugela, Br as, Lacock, 2148, Vera
S but is up and ea mys that he is eeling .Old Gus, All. iesR ..Je Mcwain, CO T TC to H. Bars & Co.
OK. this mornic. I WilL Jonlu, COla ref t Ira K T h t ollowilg cot im ql tataa i Viia, Spen as,U Bustinza, 1988, Liv-
We atre orry to note that agi.- Bel Dncan and M.. "-di" w,. reported forTIhe Journal _ly y C. erpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
S r oghich was called bome yes- ct a ne be e tree tday'and ~ nter ,more, F. o. ott broker, hip
-terWay urnig on account of the sick- a large quantity of te he, which peuaolar, Fa.: Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre
m. o awfe. .a wis her i being ejoed e th Good Middling.. .. ............ men o Master
e early every. NUt Is much We are always fd to get thie o atriet I ...... ............. N9% M ...... r-se-
al rI s abr as he is qne otfthe reliable Jornal on the bot a Mtling.. .... Nor. shi............9 p lila 1246, Andreusen,
=Mst foly boys l camp, always In a so long as we get ThePenancola Jor- SUict Law Middling... .. ... frm Leith, to Master.
ood dh uwr and cracking fun. nal, It matters not about other mail. Tinge and stains % t1 cents lower Itl. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule,
higher Ash. or "Father" Ash. as With plenty of fish, oysters and from Rio Janerio to Rosasco Bros.
he Is better known by all the R. iL. game we can make out until the fever New York Quetatio. a
b r. prseft ated all of < with some is over. Lverptl. Oct. 1.--The following Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderson, 1908,
very nee chocolate and pound ckes are the ruling cotton quotations for, Fleetwood to Southern States Lum-
which were sent him by Mrs. Ash of emt maoable Ajwice. today: i ber Co.
and thaks to them bth for their tmay be a piece of uerfuoas ad- Open Cloe Dbarwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olasen,
^ -_ "er Aski sve ry..uch v-ce to urge people at this s"9 of aJanuary ............9.77 9.71 Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co.
hiM & i and d who know the to lay in p o s r- December . ..... .6 Nor. bk. beneser, 771, Quail, from
W adIsoblsknown by more lai's ougbh Remedy. It In Amost----ordon
l road men than any n in sure to be needed before winter is Liverpool t Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348, "
te 0 vY of ththe K N. R. C over, and much more prompt ad sat Liverpool, Oct. 16.- qhe following Gloucester to order.
t he having eteredthe serviceof factory results are obtained w't are the ruling cotton & oatiaons today: Ger. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from
company In Aug. 1869, as Engineer, taken a o.e a a bcom sontt a Open Close Hatburg.
running from Bowling Green Ky and before it has become etted i th Jan.-eb.... ...... ...5.4 6.29 or. k. Spicer, Capt. Patter-
I Nashile Te From there be was system, which ca. only be done. y Peb.-Mch... .. .. .. .527 6.34 sen, LaOayra, Keyser & Co., 126L8
transferred to keeping the remedy at hand. his Mch-Apr ...... ...... .89 5.84 Nor. bk. eist Craft 1248, Johnso'
0I There he VanaPasseng Merphis .... remedy is so widely known and so al- -.. from Dublin to Master. &
bowling Green Par engine ron together good that no e should hel-ak Nr Isase 127
-od P ari s Teun. ern- tate about buying it iin preferences t The Savannah N r of Nrnday. says: opoNk.
n0,g for a&good many years, after The Savannah Of sunday says: L00 nM
which he as transferred to N. & any other. It is for sale by all drug The first break in ce of spirits Nor. bk. Mocoo, 1052, Eilifren, from
M. IDv., an4 to M. o. Div. He has t* of turpentine that come in weeks Lverpool, to Alex Zelius.
run from Mt bile to Pesaaola and came yesterday at ose of the Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 941 Fors.
over all of the P. & A Div. He says a n d" rlsem. market and the outook is not only grand to A. Zellus.
that in the 36 years of service with A method has recently bwm Inventes that the upward movement has mome Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, ,840,
the panv he has not had an acei- g u.p tf,.amet&i, t, ng to an end, but that lower'Iteces will Rotterdam.
t h was used re be in evidence for the t ng d d Nor. bk., Nilson, 1476,
newntwhic wa caused by careless- laces ad obt. t market.openedquiet. 'unchanged.on to A. Zelus.
s. s hding at P erddo Ad.a .eniht I see till kM t a t, but I at 69% cents, wito lesn, and cls- Barkentines.
to let passing traia No. 2 pass which, tuas t the most SPA ed steady at 69 ceni, with sales of 100 Alfa, Danish Bkt 271. Rasmussen.
on account of some defect in the ff@t chang" g the tipgas epe-a casks. In the ate tAnng buyers were Ceara, Brashl.
switch, ran Into his engine, breaking Ito the daintest i tbri.r of s ot, iverm making no bids and no sales were re-
his right arm, which disabled him or broTms. lte uttitty at the Sellmhlea ported. The receipts were 779 casks, Scooner .
urom work for ive months. He nas laces cover varlous SeM bey sm rv and -the shipments 1,481, of which 750 Doris, Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
one sonn-l4aw who has been running ter table eW0m aWt #r epw were foreign. The New York market Wea. Br sch, Henebery, 299 Ha-
a passenger engine between Mobile pieces; architects ae a* p ton aral was reported nominal at 71% cents. UMea.
and New Orleans for 20 years. decoration; In applkeatMs o u gonS^ The rosin market opened and cloe. f-talr, Am sch, Axc!9sn, 55, Key
h r s ndted firm at Pri e below, showing an We CHIt to Gulf Transit Co.AID
wil aunpr io n o hes ts. ee^ i b dIs eat grades, with sale of 2,216 barrels,
The writer k much indebted to a Th "-- f 11 06.. r t ll theriag w taen ate IUI NI iI
good lady in town for a nice cake Cscre s A" o nut. TO Aading alll .orMp were taken.'at CHILDRlETO A
which she presented him in apprecia- mm tad on umfeess l f ai y dd straight quotations for th entire list.
tion of the short writings from Gould- plabt or crwved. W at e ta l d The reports were 4,2 1 b reljs, and FF/D l Ig D D
ing. The kindness will never be for r- t triktng eet win eate.tssttie the shipments, 2,251. The ew York L q IRLLK -
gotton. Tetdntse assd wa baI a eAveaS market was reported steady and un-
Engineer Hoffman divided some Ires. Bk as a t In appear changed at 4.00. I
very delicious pIes with the boys on ac aned n araleI4 dsB ea ad BAGDAD SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS |
last Saturday night which were sent beauty Oaey n v a AybSoty WILL GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
him by Mrs. Hoffman. They were an afford tema t tat their I ENTERTAINMENT
much enjoyed and appreciated by all. i ct ng nb r to be vry APALAC ICOUL I FOR WEDNESDAY.
We never have any need of court eat Frat. nce diFmRWE saNd s -.
now. The hors are all law abiding. P ,a t
8ome amuse themselves by reading "-----__________ .
papers. Journals, and magazines, The Sunday school class of Mrs. -
others in singing sweet and sacred Special to The Journal. Stewart, of Bagdad, is arranging an
songs and attending church on Sun- Apalachicola, Oct. 1-The weather entertainment for the ia nefit of the
day nights. inc has been extremely cold here the last Pensacola yellow fever sufferers,
Big Drew is general diagnostician few days. which will take place on Wea'nesday
now. He is furnished with a ther- i _* Mrs. A. H. Guest, of Nashville. nAigt, October 18. The following no-
mometer with which to take the tern- I pIBD B ITenn., arrived in the city last week to twice of the eventappeared in the last
perature of each man once each day. s---vpend the winter here. isaue ofTn e Milton Index:
Drew performs the work with their ., j -. sq Miss Cfrdelia Whiteside left last Ti .ypeeys are Com ing.
most skill and is very careful to see r O r eOfV week for Savannah. Ga.., to visit her Wll hold high carnival in Mrs. 3.
that it never registers above normal. N t sister, Mrs. W. P. Brunson. Stewart's beautiful ..grove, adjoining
We would like to know what's the s ._ Mrs. A. 8. Moler returned home last the Methodist church in Bagdad, Wed.
matter with the Uscambia corres- week after a pleasant visit in North neaday night, October 18th. Besidea
pondent And if they are still getting Carolina. ithe many beautiful features of the
possum and taters. Why donu: somenic u .,. MIss Patton left Frauy Diorning or Gypey Encampment an ice cream sup-
of the good ladies send the boys some L A VudV G W m5 Atlanta, Ga., to spend several weeks.'Per will be served. The proceeds Will
caks? They will appreciate it. with relative. sed fuor the beneft of the Pensa-
Wishing for Jack Frost to visit us Wherever you go you will Mr. and Mia. I. C. Grignga and Mrs. ela yWllow fever suffterers.
soon and stamp out the Yellow Jack see our clothes on Bank- A. V. Oran are making an extensive A n me enoyabe time is promied
we are still the ers, Lawyers, Physlieans, trip through the north taking in all and a e attendance is anticipated.
MERRY BOYS AT GOULDING. Business-Men-men who places of Interest. Theent nment is goqten up by
RRY BOYSAT OULDINGhave learned how to spenw Mr. WIloughby Marks, after a Mr.. .teewarts Benda a sach0 r a.
How to Cur Corns and Bunions. money in a buasiess-iHke most delightful visit with his uncle, Jno.. for a most worthy object ana' should
SFirst, sosk the corn or bunion in way and know the asset Ryan, in North Yakima, Wash., return- largely patronized.
warm water to soften it; then pare it value of good clothes. ed home last week. I "- =
down as closely as possible without You will. probably, be on- Mrs. J. & Cotton left Friiday for A POPULAR LAMENT
S drawing blood and apply Chamberlaln's able to distinguish those Atlanta, Ga., on a visit. ... ..
5 jPain Balm twice daily. rubbing vigor., we clothe from those who Mrs. E. & Cobb, of Pensacola, Sla Whtn Would aSoiety Be if One Was I
ously for five minutes a: each appli- still go to higher priced among the visitors this week. .
' cation. A corn plaster should be worn tailors. It means, when Mrs. B. H. Beverly is spending a few Judged For the Sins of Others.

a few days to protect it from the' a man buys here: More weeks at the new Leon in Tallhhaa.
shoe. As a general liniment for' clothes per year for the see. "0; I tried one of those hair tonics se
sprains, bruise.s lameness and rheu- same expenditure or as Miss Hennie Pata pent last week eometmne ago anl it necer did *me a bit aU
amitsm. Pain Balm is unequaled. For many clothes for much at Carrabelle, the guest of Miss Eva'of good." B
sale by all o'rnug;ist. less. Picket. That's what many people are say- ED
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Montgomery ea ing today when they refuse Herpicide tic
TO THE TRADE. Fall Hats, shoes and Ftrnish- tertained Thursday evening compil- a trial. an
ings of all sorts at prices that mentary to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Guest, It would be as sensible to say -" co
On account of quarantine, we will have never yet canned a feeling of Nashville, Teaa. never travel on a railroad because I ele
rot undertake to es:ablis a branch of disappointment. oen seen collisions mentioned in an
-house in Pensacola until same la s"e- l i the m ieron Ba
yoked. We will make all oil and A CARD. Newbro's Herpicide Ba specially of
grain shipments from Moble. Ala1 NIwbro- Herpicide of
Strain shipments from Mobipt. Ala. This Is to certify tt all druggists made to destroy the germ that is liv. b1V
Same wil. go forward promptly. Send are authored to ref n your money tgon the roots of the hair. lan
as your orders for high grade oils. I A IS oley's Boney nd' ils to I t Is why it Is so exceedingly mi
PURE OIL CO., e cuEre your eough f deod. W stops the -6 alep-tt is there for the sole By
n- 4septlm J F. avis, Agt. es the lgs parents pt ridding the hair of this par- 17c
)r. CASHM c1OR *eri reasuts um a cold.\Cwfe lasitc growth, after which the hair -
)n GOING AWAY? gripp cough mad prevents grows as nature intended. 1
"-' When yo.i leave the city for your pb e and coarIa iPtl Couta s p4. old by W. A. D'Alemberte, drug an
is- ,ummervacation haveThe The a yell pack. get at apothecary, 121 South Pala- pl1
Jour'w' follow you. Ntify circula- age. IfIw IM. W. 4. D'AJ tUK street, or send le in stamps to sa
r. tion Lmager, Phone 3L embte, l igO mA -Whery. The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. MI

"Time and Tide Wait for No Man"
A very old saying, but full of truth, nevertheless.
the dafs are passing you are letting the opportunity
away from you to procure a protection for your wife
Schildre should the Angel oi Death call on you.

Doors, Blinds

or Lumber.


A Mq is Ts Equitable Protects. Get t to-day.
Im, Knowles Bros. Gen'I Agts
Fire, We PPensacola

L W LA0fi, we F, f

I The WON Central Life I

Iron Works and Supply Co.
MaauetM01r and Repairers of
Prompt atte mon given to all orders. day or nighL Agemat
for Jw n MeKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chaels all dMeriptions.
O. le Phone I2. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
R"edence Pone 102. P. 0. Box 123.

Drudgery of Kitchen Work.
For most women kitchen work Is a drag and a drudge
and cases more worry than all the other household
duties oembied. They are really chained to the kitchen
by a lot of work that could be avoided :)y the use of a
Ask us about one.


27 Eas GChrden Sbtret

Phone 148,

****** I I '**** *********

Go,9U999W IM and F uel Company. I
O.l- muear Tragean Phone 259.

Polo" 0 0 usi unaas urn

.cuwrNIY Is
ft wo my y" 1lave
Hardwov, seal,
we wo ebon& M
We man vo


tflmte uar prices before buying your

ItS Of, Bric k Ume and Cement.
9 yew money on everything.

Mill Company

Ofces 29 Est Garden Street,
Fatorys North Palaox Street.

Phone 717.
Phone 1130.

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Notice of application (or permit to
ll liquors, wties ad beer. Where-
W li! IeW a, bea us et with the
rd of County Oom omeq for
cambia county, FIorMd, his applica-
on for permit to sell liquors, wines
d beer in tetou District 15 of said
unty and state; any citizen of such
action district may show cause, if
y there b% at t0e meet ag of the
ard to be hMe4 ToMday, the 5th day
December mt, why such permit
would not be gated. LA. McMil-
, Clerk of tbe rof CoOty Com-
ssioners, lMwNaI eouty, Florida.'
L 0. Amari, Denty Clert.
Keep your sysMt I to eMaditiou
d you eedt sa M'r diseaw
ato, the tb .iiMk for
le, =who 4 -S Jam;

ie a Ioer at rate, lower expes rate. and higher
tm t an. tha any company doing buslam in Floria
It 4 hbe aOy for you to decide the rest

AL. WilIIam General Agent.




On the Shirts, Collars and
Cuffs we launder. Let us
call for yours.

The Star Steam

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