The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
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latet Telegraphic News Service--Forelrn aM Furnlshad

by 1.T A cated Press

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INorthwestern Life Insurance Company In-

emo Is T g &. SHIPPERS COMPELLED TO volvd in Many Questionable Trans-
to's a m me 0a USE PRI VA TB CA R LINES actions-Public Officials Implicated.
aft"m As tn t C e C s .r C as By Asgoclated Proess. posing the condition of the company, A F
By Associated P State Commerce ommission. Paul Min Oct. 20-Develop and a voluntary contribution of ve
0.*Wet.8n oPaul,mM 20n. -onDevope ne rth and r e ac n to te
Washington. Oct. 20.-The existence It was developed by the testimony t I thousand dollars each to the eo-II
oC r! erotO TtrO ma n re ments In the Investigation by the en republican state central
oNRexelusive contracts between of H. M. E merson, traffic crnagera d0repMblcan stat
oMSE CROW DS ive contracts between the Atlantic Coast Line, that ship- nepin County grand jury of the affairs committees.
roads and private car lines, by which pers would be compelled under these* of the Northwestern Life Insurance Another state official credited with
tie latter assume the business of re- contracts with the Armour car lines, Company have caused a movement receiving $300 in installments of
-_ _frigerating perishable freight, wasb to use this company exclusively or kinto trannf ov ed hundred and ty doars each for S9-
l i hat i PrO SS I brought out strongly today in the hear- the railroads would not transport their HOPE THAT COLD WAVE PREDIC- Paul.kinThe tradevelopments indicate dy work done as clerk. He ure P OSPECT
S ng now in progress before the Inter- freight. TIONS WOULD IS REALIZED payments of money for corrupt pur- as an expert accountant.
poses made in St. Paul and for this As to the campaign contribution
THE DOMINANT FACTOR IN reason the local courts, It is stated, they are said to be vouched for to a
SI H NY I VI. may be called upon to take action, confession made by one of the old p U
TWENTY-FIVE THOUSANO PEO- IR I V CONSWDERATION OF THE FEVER The testimony already placed be- officers, but its receipt is dealed in the
. "* Lw A IDr A n R ES w-, iiTIN fore the grand jury involves two form- case of the democrats on the authority
PL. CDWDEO AROUND WPEAK- IS LAID A T R EST TUATION er state officials in the alleged pay ot Labor Commissioner William, who
. ..........T AT AR, GRO -U-ND 1 ,ment of a five thousand dollar check says he was the one to Ihom the ton-
Me GTA AT FAIR O O U..Sfor the suppression of a report ex- der was practically made. ADVANTAGE OF C
AND USTENED TO HIS ADDRESS By Associated Preas. get inoWestminister Abbey serylce By Am W-ted P e.....
London, Oct. 20.-That the death of werr eld in several ehmhea. The a A a H WIT
Sir Henry Irving is considered a na- fts on many public buildings, nl- New Orleans, OW S 20.-Fo RAILROKUAD WU KI P l ILUL W K NOW
CLUS,--UWFT FMOR JACKSON- tomal loss is shown by the universal c.tding the American embassy ana lowing Is tke ofclal fver sum- l II
VU.E... A 7 __ mourning throughout. London. Thonis consulate, were at half mast and hun- mary to 6 p. m: AT COTTONDAUIIULL U U L U Il
V AT 7 P. I. ands stood in the streets for hours to- dreds wore crepe bands and black New case 4; Total to date, ,. S-TOnTAL
to day around Westminister Abbey as the ties. The ashes of the distingul*h- 0 2,352. A
only means of paying a last tribute, ed actor were laid at rest In Weatmin Deaths 0; Total to date 4 NEW LINE BEING PUSHED RAP- UNDER 500
A A esat oPress. while for those who were unable o lter today. New loci 0. Id ln I
01001108 -**---- ---- Cases under treatment 8. IDLY TOWARD THE GULF-
FPNR [S Caseo discharged %81. 400 MEN AT WORK. N -L
oAL ti P Mr T s [TIT p"40"RGR-
21-*Aras a" review l I Sp elal to The JournaL Iollowlng l th
S t WU y and civic parade nLIS T PIT ANENTl New Orleans, Oct. -Hoe that Cottondase, Oct. 20.-The little town l mary of the yl
0 aiIt. I'S AT. PIT -7SBURG ofray rLLI Is n abo
M Oct,.2.-4Udeay will be w we Work has commenced on the Atlan Nw ses....
imi r t a t. lue, l "a. By Associated Pr warnings- Of the feather bureau ta, Dothan & Gulf Railroad north of Total o date ..
Oct. .--AvISIt to Mobile, Pittsburg, Oct. 20.-E. G. uallfe, would be rtalised an4 that frost the L. & N. Contracts we re lt to- p Deaths ysterda
SL U II the Adams Express Company robber, would come over a la portion of day for the first four miles north of I Total deaths to
I 06L 1 u-lams b at Tuskegee Sw w Uarrived here tonight. A large crowd Louiustaa and 1pi, bring Cottondale to Messrs. Shoemaker and Tsrq- as b. discharge
4* U1%S3 ma Ur m of people had assembled at the Un- tr t a d t e bPepler. an railrad men bre ender tre(
*' ITr Sion Station to see the prisoner but a g to an end the qa ine before and land is on a boom and selling
0 OctL iL-A visit to Little the officers left the train with their the president',, It, Vthe domin- rapidly a b o1 a .d.s.llin
| mk. Ak1 qbrior top t Me-- 4 man at Homewood, six miles out, and at factor in t of the The heto hb of the town is Cool.
40 k brought him to the city in a carriage. fever situation .I~ a wethr Cotton crinng in very slowly. Crops avrable
4 Oct. .-Arial at New Or- r -- m howed 4 ,all about gathered and sold. Gorn The cold weather, which wa pr yellow aver ltuatlo
*-. .n -EXTRA COTTONU .. tey os are se but cotro ort. very dcted by the weather bureau, was felt -lgh. ,althquh the
S. .m------ between te y g pl U The new railroad is a God send to In Pensacola yesterday, and with a hs showed a slig
St R P and the C the people of this section. All far strong wi blowig di y fr tat give o
-- s- **-we we-som--6-.. otc o mthogt, IA o fa the state
Cs1c.1 ty, ot. 0. T w as p r AssocIa ed P ro on t o "n hand an 0wil w r on*e <1gw
S t nt elpree to letters, WaMt. s ton, Oct ..-An ertra e t- on to a If te adre to 4 hundred hands and will work one not thought however, that ,
Is upo gsreet- sa e eCdt Ot -Th o n--r- ton report I to be Issued by the De- qnaranitne. The 4mprovement there thousand as they are rusal.ag every- fall this Beorasig, but It .'II ay previous, but
te i P eLet Roosevelt in the 0.-The dolloenof Agriculture on November continued today w a renlakable thing to get to e gulf with the for tomorrow mor g, as t s bller te oee too late t
R velt in te cal report of the proceedings of 1 Seretar,- Wilson has decided on low lst of eases. road.
Georgia capital today. the Permanent Camp Site Commis- this plan 40 meet the complaint of Glad to hear v the improvement d that the weather w11 conut to the re t o that di
TIbe Preident's special arrived here sion was given out by the commis- cotton planters that the Interim be- Nn T -L, -In the fe4ertuation in Pensacola a grow colder for the next fortyght Th.
at te o'clock this morning on schedul- sion for publcat ion: tween the October and Decemb re- U f I0TB UAG U 5 hope that it may soon be obliterated hours.
St f Roel. .Ameeting of the permanent camp ports is too long. entirely Last night at 6:40 o'lock T ew ses
ed ft Roswell. Ga., the formersite commission, appointed by Gov- .ha.. ...... "" .Observe d e o 14a follows"
bme of the Preidet's mother, and ernor Broward. under the act of the Killing at Lockhart, Ala. rLAiri' IRI AIU V PESULT OF ELECTION the rattered6dt Mr Coll, 830
q when the first citizen of the land and Legislature of 1905, was held at the C ullman, Ala., Oct. 20...Sam Wil IN VERNON PRECICT but as it continued to grow colder dith Collns, 820
his wife stepped from the train and HoelB ein Lke liams, well known in this county, has --uring the night, the report will show Thomas 8tokes Jr
emer f terminal stion n t ober 18, there been shot and killed at Lockhart, By Assoclated.Press. Vernon, Oct. 19.-The result of the a big fall n temperature this morn
they were grted b thousands withprent Senator L. C. Massey, Han. Coffee County. Details have not At Birmingham: Auburn 0; David- court house election, held in Washing- ing.
they were greeted b thousands with W. M. G irardeau C Gen. J. C. R. Fllos-been learned here. He was the son son 6. ton county, Tuesday was, in the pre- Regarding Frost. Tho. Rivers ast
Tchelg mal se. The con. .sion wP orol e bof John Williams, who is now in Jail At Clarkston: Southwestern Pres- cinct, as follows: Chipley 14, Green Observer Reed stated last night Miss Annie Moon,
The line of march from the terminal the o nat or Mase under sentence of death, for the mur- byterian University 6; University ofi Head 3, St. Andrews 1, Vernon 156, that a light frost could form at 46 de- moat street.
Latkio to the fair grounds was lined chairman. Senator der of State Senator R. L. Hipp. Nashville 0. and Wausau 9. agrees, but it was not until the their. e Lyd: Rat,
with Georgia citizens and their chil- The following resolution was unani! mometer registered 32 degrees that a Mi tal.
iren who cheered the President ai mously adopted killing frost occurred. p l .
'R esoIved, Tha this co mmission Frost does not fall, as many persons Mrs. Sawyer, 12
every step made by the horses who ill soleend a this commission believe, but on the other other hand street.
Swill recommend a a permanent camp or
drew his carriage. The streets over site for the Florida State Troops crms, and tbie does not oecr Mr. Geiger 710
which the parade went were hand- only a tract of land embracing in a the temperature has reached the free- e
somely decorated with portraits of tht body at least three hundred acres, Ing the frost is deposred isn Baby Ge ger, 710
President, bunting, the national flag high and healthfully located, with anwhre e fr t -a been strel .
and flag of srte of which he Presi- adequate supply of pure water, p tret -
ferably on a large lake or stream of reached. J. N. Barlow, 60
dent'E mother was a native. School chil- running water, and centrally located! The Weather Summary.
dren sang in his honor along the line with regard to railway transporta- In his weather summary yesteo~ay
of march. and. being a tauthful believer tion. Such tract must be located' morning, Observer Reed said: Mrs. H. C. Wt 80
t^A the biblical injunction to "Multiply from three to five miles from the "The depression which was central street.
nearest city.'" :n western Missouri has moved to the Florence Byrne, 31
ant replenish the earth." the presence The commission then adjourned I lower lakes with increasing intensity ca street.
of these younger Americans greatly subject to call of the chairman, it be- and attended by rain and high winds.
pleased the President. This was evi- ing understood that the adjournme'tj Buffalo reports a maximum wind vre- One Death O
deanei by the smiie which wreathed was taken for the purpose of allow.- lccity of fifty-two miles from tho There was one dea
hl hw riug persons wao have knowledge 8of so );r"uthwest. Rain has continued in
his face as he bowed with bared hea southern Texas, the Lake region, and day, although this fi
from right to left as the carriage ps- will meet with the specifications set; 1 states east of the Mississippi, except ported to the office
ed down Peachtree street to the fair out in the above resolution, to give \ in the east Gulf and southeast Atlan- Board of Health. Th
pounds notice of the same to the commission tic states. The high area and cool was the infant of Mr
A s the fair nron full tw y through ic t chairman, Senator Mas- 'i '- ave mentioned in Thursday's synop-
At the fair grounds fully twent ey who may be addressed at Orlan- s i i continues to drift southeastwar-; lug at No. 710 West
thousand persons, as many as could do. Fla i // SN Its crest this morning overlies the Both Mrs. Geiger and
crowd around the speaker's stand. The above means that nothing western country from eastern Wsh- reported Thursday n
Leard the President as he spoke of hi- definite is decided in regard to the fI "" / ington to southwestern Kansas sad yellow fever and just
pride in the state which gave hi to:b- future sit,' of the encampment. Pos- r'Q s northern Texas. Temperatures over
r gae his mo b for e Tle m t tome t l V the middle and southern pat an yesterday the infant
er birth, the industrial progress otl sib t h .oe lknwn whtime pla ce wllt u m| iddle and northern slope regions Geier's condition is
the south and the future in store for entirely conform to the wishes of the range from 10 to 20 degrees above* serious. The death (
4 the cotton planters if they held t board as. to the best facilities of- ) z ero, being 20 degrees in wotersact laelded In the ol
Si feed. Kansas, freezing IB extreme northern
their purpose ," Y .. Texas with killing frot and 4 degree the reason that the
After speaking at the fair ground. in northwestern Arkansas with light had not been advise
S tbh President was entertained ut at, leading society ladies gathered to ex- ,-7/- frost. The continued ..outheaitward offleaRy.

S Cleeanat luncheon at the Piedmont tend her welcome. sl advance of these conditions will e-
snit In partly clouiiy and mne colder Poct B
driving caub at whi-h he was hand- The pas.in. of the great parade was weatheror thi cinity t ht with The prospect r s
fomely and eloquently toasted bv watched by Mrs. Roosevelt from the a temperature of 56 degree or lower ase ar very friri
John Temple Graves to which he re veranda ol the mansion. Saturday morning, continuing fair and
sponded in one of his characteristic Joel Chanrler Harris, "Uncle Re-co by light to fresh northwut to ath ether wnh the fm
peeche mus." was a guest especially invited winds." et w e us
A reception and speech at the Tec- to meet the President's wife at her his staff to believe th
,ological school folk)wed, then a drive request' Although today was the first h o ee Fumiof t n
around the citv time that either the PIesldent or Mrs.1 The work of der ong beore the feve
Th, Pre'iden:s sp'kc.al train left for lRosevelt had met the well known teDrs. Kennedy d 4 l- ding t in Peare
Jacksonville at 7 o'cl(ck.k southern writer they and their chil- tines to be most Yes- gurlon l begin
S Mrs. Rosevelt Entertained. dren have long been admirers of his fences in various seota the clty. lad the cold wr w
work and the visit to Atlanta promised Ai this rate it will aot~ l ~l a
The visit of Mrs. Roosevelt. who ac thtm added pleasure by personally days to cover the enti t. felt will be of gr
companies the President to Atlanta. LM- ting Mr. Harris.ittle So S, f m will prevent a spr
was a feature of the .v second only Mrs. Ro ,evolt's stay was ut short The s tes f Steele i. The nuPber of
ti that of -r illusTrious husband about the sickest yellW fever a velo In na s
Shusb ,y the early departure of her train for tient in Pinacola. e wa ta
Mrs. RoosPvel]t wa W" et at t'te tr al Washington at noon. -- 1I1' Saturday at l on more the oeec, 1te fever Is 458, hi
by a delegation of ladies headed byS *ar sion his Ife wa ama~s ated lst night that
Mrs. Terrill. wife of Governor Terrill. Passed Through Macon. Lt h e eoogh new
and Mrs Clark Howell. who. =fte- Macon. Ga.. Oct. 20.-The Presr cooking and It is feared tht ehe I
dbr ntntrod'ctions a- the satBon eL ddnt- special train passed through ON T ARRIVAL OF JACK FROST not recover. the
intrhoduction ae the station re at 10 o'clock. A large crowc' was All other dts i e e Wh wWd that th
ir"t-ed her to the governor's mansion at the station and cheered as it pass- J. WT-AMY, tIt' 1 INTW S YOU iY OUR OI InDO TH1 GAPI e or two meti -e foi a w mo.re enG om
Vtere over a hundred o AtlaUnta's ed. TH DOCTO A PBxICT TilB WOAL OIP PW.Sew Ite.. n leely oa be l am to r Me
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report on the
m was made laeSt
nUmber of saw
t iaerease. The
last night at the.
Board of Healti
BweI. Two it
e discovered the
wet% reported at
to be counted ln
ported last night
DeLeon street.
DeLeon street.
r., 304 ast Gov-
Garden street.
104 Eat Beo
St. Anthony'*
South DeVUule
Weet Gregory
West Gregory
8 East Wright
6 West Gregery
8 East Intenden.

Lth during the
act was not r'-
of the Staie
mis one victlja
a. Geiger, resid-
Gregory street.
the infant were
eight as having
before daylight
expired. Mr?.
considered quite
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racial report for
health ofic',ls
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ht at present.
cold wave, to-
ation work now
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t it will not be
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have Its efefet
of the w.ek
lieh Is now be-
reat assh3tance,
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eases to de.
ie the outbreak
it Dr. Porter
he did not be
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;rdea eand allsimilm a dis 1i 1151% usl -
..rC. ", are instant a B CORPORATON N H rr
= k*cW relieved and caedt, b:-
mle Oepesnsble of al nlrdb FOR BALDWIN CO. F
V~ ft -TOWt.
HAM11NS O the f utTh louiaiQ 0 .-ft* has t*en me
ty given at Mrs. D. M. Merritt's prowi $300,000 SUGAR REFINING AND so au tor. ia see or s.As
ed to he a great success and every ..e. .Circular For Display at
one seemed to enoy hemelve MANUFACTURING CO. We are .....o see f ~d tot
greatly. The guests present were as bear the fes i-s a thing of the past P Offices.
II"l liAA follows: Miss Lavatis Jernigan, Miss 1 nthe citya4t' BacdIa. e
Lixie- Merrttt, Miss Mabel Hoer, There w a Ishing party of a few
Misee Ola and Maude Majors, Mr. The Bay Minette Times says: Wa Millview ladles one day last week. The following circular has been is-
It py have e w avpew and Mrs. J. P. Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs. learn that a strong company is pre They c ht a nice salt water trout sued by tne Public Health and Marine
S. ta wi Miora Mrs. eCll, Mr. and Mr. a anda gooaf many small h. Hospital Service and sent broadcau
q t tjtjj S P 4 j or Ha Mrs. Fulton. Mr. and 5.) paring articles of incorporation for Mr. Ricehard Archer took his phono over the country. It is being display-
an acne ts bb l b %a Ta.~r. Miss Harritt Beal, Mr. Me- the Alabama Sugar Refining Maau- graph to the hall Monday night and ec in all postoffices and other promi
or aer ner, you will eer b' Kinnon Mr. .lodie Creighton, Mr. facturing Co., to be located at Roberts- quite a crowd went over to hear it. nent places and will, no doubt, have
Witlhot it IB the house. Robert Mcrrit. Mr Runho Brars. dale, Baldwin county. Ala. The paid Mrs. James Cowey, of Mobile, who an excellent effect:
Mr. Will ra Mr Irvin Holmes, capital of this new enterprise will has been spending the .summer with No Mosquitoes-No Yellow Fever.
I had been subject to p. n H i cpitl of this new enterprise will her father here, left Monday for Nash- Treasury Department,
Mr. Phil Gownln. Mr. john Snid'r,
bo-4Ghe for over 5 yeaZr," it't Mr. Willis Snider, Mr. Lewis Boley be $300,000. ville to.stay the required number of Bureau of
Mrs. 0. Scharfer of G ref an.l Iwo children, Lela and Lettie, The officers named are Dr. B. F. days befOre going to her home in Mo- Public Health ana Marine
Bend, .* "'I used ome bott! Mr. Crarlie McCann, Mr. Edward Roberts, president; M. J. Carpenter, Hospital Service.
.l rd (O arlie MrCannl Mr. Edajo ar d Roberts, president m. rpenter, Mr. Brance, the engineer here le Note.--The measures herein men.
of amlin W h& Gdh'(. Mr Taylor Majors, Mr. vice-president; L. P. Goodhue. general last Wdsday week to stay a th oned were recommended by the Arin men
o daheadahrman Maj. and others. After manager; T. P. Hamm, treasurer; and detenion camp the required number medical board of 1900, and have been
0t had a handa~h SiDCO* IplaYing s. mo m *ei-htfui games cream E. S. Condhi, secretary; all of Chica- dtenio camp the required number medical board of 1900, and have been
iplanl .m ,- htfui games cream E. S. Condit secretary; all of Chica- of days before goihg to his home in indorsed by the American Public
e__:_" _' "* ,r,-ed. Wgo. Whistler, Ala Health Association and by the First
An dC.igekma, JofinM e N Manvy o our friends of Pine Forest1 If the purposes of this company are Whistler, Ala Health Association and by the First
a Deoit ar camn at Murphvys Mill for a carried out, and it be demonstrated Everybod
"1 have always found relief frolL few days on a fish fry. We hope that Baldwin county sugar cane is all ovey day. Don'tt know what w" American Republics. They have Pis'e
earache by umng Kamlins Wiz. ;hey will have a deigatful time. we have always claimed for it, vi: weido houht pase beenutifie the epein a
WtMr. R. Powell and daughters passed 'observations of the two working par-
SOiL" Pric 5 sad $O that it i the best in the south, a fu- through here Tuesday. They had t;es of the Yellow Fever Institute of
Sl randI 2- amod^ed by DYAK HEAD HUNTERS' o our conty" which will make old beena.-deiawr ..JN 4 .Bay alnd were this Beureau in Vera Cruz, Mexico,
S m aldwin laugh and smile al ovr on their way home to Olve, Fla. and by the commission of the Pasteur
wHITF/-PHARMACY, BdWe cn raise the beg caea cotton. Mr. Bruno-Cro camadown Wednew- Institute of Paris, France, operating in'
Pa F. LEGEND OF THE ORIGIN OF THEIR tates grn in the bes t c cotto day and Thura to ave his, hand Rio Janeiro, Brazil. The measure
Phonve EIR, Night PhA FEARFUL RI and potatoes grown in the south out- dressed. 1#eiab- a very bad rising have been testa successfully on a
FEE ide the river and bottom lan oni his hand and Miss Windham, who large scale in Ha-ana. Cuba. and dur-:
Sith the pce of cotton a d is a trained n e ai tteding it. g the yellow fever epidemic at Lare-
the ee att With the price of cotton guarded A party or MI w folwent dve do, Texas, in 1903:
Removal N0tric rt te t rmed sow, but om I e andr mantau ae o et hunting yesterday. The infection of. yellow fever is car-
S aii N m anre co"te4 u m e..;i ouer county taken care of Mr. Fletcher ad John Quarrie e by mosquitoes, and by no other;
mRemoval iCeetter atcr tionps will ala receive ortl were in Millview tursAdayQ. ir means is the infection spread.
eMr. James MoDNalr left Tuesday for Persons take the disease by being
The home of the Dyak head abuters these enterprising gentlemen all possi- Millville. NLhlily will be in Mill- bitten by mosquitoes that have pre-i
On Octnbcr 16, I will move my steek s In the orests of the Interior of Boeand look for such rets kan e il bn vew unt i the I antie (a of. vousl bitten a yellow fever patient.
of groceri-s and feed stuff from eou6 aeo, and In order to observe that Inter felt in all parts of the county and lead Ta mosquitoes to become infected
ler 10th Ave. and 14th streets, t estina mortal on his native heath you %W to even better things for Baldwin. Must bite a yellow fever patient dur-
store with the blue front on corner must leve behind railroads and steam. ng the first three days 9f his attack.
of Davis and Lloyd streets. WM. R. FELL Sf ENJOYiNr | V IVi I Tee first three days, therefore, are
Wiof Dall keep a full and complete o era, put !ourself and ypur belongingsWM. R. FELL 18 ENJOYINGe da a
FEWill keep a full and coIN BALDWIN COUNTY the most important time for prevent-
of fancy and staple groceries and feel into a native "longboat" and travel for IN BADWIN COUNTYngthe access of mosquitoes to a fev-
stuffs. Thanking my friends and es- days lp one of the great rivers which In a letter to The Journal, Wm. R. Speci4A The Journal. er patient.
tomers for past favors, I respectftlly rise in the mountains of central Bor- Fell, who has been spending the past Camp Murra ..Oct. 20.-There are t is often ditcult to aeclide during
solict a continuance of same. CalP Ieo e ind their way Into the China six weeks on Perdido Bay, writes: more childr e d women in camp has yellow fever; hencethe necessity
and get prices before purchasing dse- "The Journal is our only means of now than e=' f ore.
wher full weight ad mea reltig a getting correct news out here. We The looks f camp has been im- i threatened communities of placing
ge your orders. the Dyaks is told in a legend which has The Journal to get it correct. We ar e pop u on as varied aat every patient who has fever of any
been handed down from father to son about 18 or 20 mile" west of Pensa- one of thedrti1iatlon stations inkind, and for three days at least.
-- from some farof time, to which even cola on Perdido Bay. There is about New York "RI. here are Ameri- Facts About Screening.
a Mulhall or an Edward Atkinson seven or eight families from Pensa- cans, ingfl, 'BMbth, Rueslana, 1. The netting used should have
C M mI would hesitate to affix an exact date. jcola scattered about the wools here, Greekt,' ItthALP and Prenchmen, not i meshes Sne enough taerevent the pas-
C W i ll' It appears that a certain chief of the but we are not to far apart but what to mention tlwtrietagiW tp ation. I sage of mosquitoes (at least 18-20
Slbqip tribe of Dyals, Tokong by name, we dan t sit occasionally. We ave: Tonight vaotlre- the seml-weekly meshes to the inch.)
was d with some of hib men on an thing to do but fish and hunt and minstrel' perlitmaa '" by the colored 2. It is important to screen the win-
Satitaicke.-a babd. vilage. bb r i a tlred of It and wish I was at and PridayS t, One of the tea- doubly important to screen the beds
S v r d a cked ibpvllage. h home and at work agail. I hope that tures a.fr t, hytR ng around of the of fever patients.
Ctravele by Ier until they -reache a f I ever will soon b .over. I had ht -- 8 Mosquitoes can bite through mos
'gtotimt he camp ofa S eI rsbt d toi a serious accident on Ott. 10.4 i he camp In sne condition. quito nets when any part of the pati-
thit W |th*l. tral ao.tb eir bSlta toa-e Stalck a ten-pe ny nail through My Thrt a hd Beei bnG" kse of lick. went's body is in contact with. the net-
A ij- bank, tileywaile ~'de of Ame foot. I am doing nicely, but am still neis fhce Westbbllahment over two i ting.
r" ttreesb cook a god h legal before coafined to the house and get about weeks ags: 4. Frequent examinations should be
SSt l ey lade the ptOJite a'tLk. Just with crutches." The we~the-hag -been very pleasant 'made to see that there are no torn
S tr n V s-'ty were- aboa-to tatTokong sofarJ '- places in the neiting or that no mos-
heard a gft ,baa Toke i alab f a CHICKEN AND OYS"r GUMiBO: Everyrodyt makri themselves at qutoes have found a lodgment in-
is the verdict of all who behind a hbwlder. had en gaolg to tbe AND ITALIAN COOKED SPAGHET- home,.,pM0th theAtm raQ land al are side.
have tried our spot he saw a large frog rrounded TI THIS EVENING AT WHITE'S enjoying the stay, More as a novelty 6. I'he netting should be well tuck-
by ts young ones. H greeted the frog, RESTAURANT. than spa aqceesity, ed in to keep mosquitoes from enter-
-Ff S r -who thereupon addressed him at length - 6.i It mosquitoes are found within
on the'nbject of Dyak ghtla meth- w Jo al's D airy tt<'* 7 the netting they should be killed in-
ods. "What fools you;are." he said, "to t J our al S D/aiy F e t side and not merely driven cr shaken
It is so delicious :hat temteot yourself -when you kill an ene- out.
such expressions tall Iny by taking hi ascalp to adorn your 7. All cases of fever should be
from the lips of every- leklds and heabhtrds. ,Now, if you 1- promptly reported to the local health
one who drinks dame would only take the whole head you officer. Awaiting his arrival they
way with wmr unsurprs- would find that every kind of good for. should be covered with mosquito bar.
ed ice creams. tuneould attend you." Factsa hearing on Mosquito Destruction
dune would attend you.D
After some discussion with his fol ,1. Mosquitoes live in the vicinity
lowers Tokong decided to give the iL which they breed. They ob not of
frogs' plan a tr~:a, and so wben they ,tenfl By a long distance.
t frogs plan a trl, and so when they 2. Mosquitoes 'breed only in water
ttaeked the robbers the next day they --usually in artificial collections of
KKaen Kitchen Cafe took cood care to carry off the heads fresh water.
Ka*ndy Kfkn Cate, of them. What was their astonishment fresh water.
S of thm. What wa their atonihment 3. The young mosquito, or wriggler,
O SPalfo i. 9 on reaching the river again to find their lives in water at least seven to twelve
140 S.Palor Pbhon 9959 boats already launched.. As soon as 4. Although the wrigglers live in
they were seated in the boats they be- water, they must come frequently to
Swan to move of their own accord-the the surface to breathe.
I very current of the river changed and 5. Coal oil on the surface of the
n flowed uphilL On their arrival arrival at the water prevents the wrigglers from
ari e Gro er village they found that the rice, which breath, stroy the breeding places and
Shad only been planted a few days be- you will destroy the mosquitoes
V. J. VIDAL, Manage fore was already ripe; that those who 7. Empty the water from all tubs,
had been left ebhind ill were now re- '/ buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, once
kda s I covered; that the lame could walk and every forty-eight hours.
la A 3and F er Cf t the blind see. 8. Fill or drain all ponds, ditches,
Before head hunting was suppressed unfilled postpoles. and the like.
F y o mmeF reasse easisalsL ti hl. d h i C ('h w wTh ian re lularl, nvnev ery all

Phone 725.
Just recrivcd-Mackerel. Spare Rib,'
Roiled Boneless Corned Beet, Cod
F:sh. New Raisins, Herring in Keg,
,Pried Herring. Black Olives. Sma
Nymph Cod Fish, Hallibut, Bloaters.
Spanish Onions. Olives in Keg. Di'l
ruckles. Black Greek Oliveb, Saucr
Kraur Somi" Pickles. Francis Legg,-tt
t- Co s Celf-erated Brand of Canued
,LoAds. Aspar:i~ us aun Tips. Lobsters
simn,. S'lr-*. O.:* er Clamt. I--
S*I. .-:irdin- l'a',. Chocse. l. a:
S- .,--. ik L.:i ; Bu:,T
I 1 : ,- :i .,- a n: fresh.


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reslllt C-u uyUtaenea were req uiLreU i
tonVction with a great number of
civil and religious ceremonies.
If a chief died it was necessary to
decorate his grave with a head, for if
this were not done the spirit of the de-
parted on paying its last visit to its
earthly home before retiring finally to
balun matai ("the fields of the dead")
would see that proper respect had not
been paid to his corpse, and he would
curse all his surviving relatives so that
they would become blind, deaf or lame.
In some tribes it was the custom to
securv a number of heads whenever a
chief died under the relief that the
C:ulrdere mtuen ;uaIJ 'oni wou!d go to
the next wurid with the dead chief as*
Lis l'i r- lo n l ittein tlti t .
But tU:- wxva, s:;:reely any impor-
t;;:lt ,-(.; '1: w nhi-~h :l d not call for
liail t .\ c-:i k f' chh;il could not be
g'v n .ll :1 i. it- U iAl !1a l.bdl ei:il )been se-
c. r-,.: it; LU -u ii cul tid ndo fa-
I, : T:* 4 :. r ,rf h -. swe.thear'l t until
Ih L:-.-id :I : ',l r twi ; n thing
i..- i ;, h lu k. either in
wa:- 7 ,x telx i::>;s4 <)!- in ri.- 1'la iiin as
tlt ; .i': ,. a lw lhadls to the col-
< ,. i. w-:!, T .- r:n iila of ev-
cry I "y Lhuse wa~ lecrated.
The ;ud hinuter '-u s,-eu today la
.rn r. -fornitl ch:iracter:; but,
alti;>ih t.i lim, t i:n h:.s life which
-xeri'sedl a iuortlil f.t-ination for all
lover. o if the borr;ble iand grotesque no
longer x\'i-. there remains much that
l< quaiiit ;!ud interesting in the daily
life of the I yak.,


The school girl. with the hard wear'
that is entailed upon her clothes at all
times, finds the need of a between sea-
sons street costume fully as impera-
tive as does her mother, if Indeed lnot
more so. This simple but effective
design, in a rather heavy quality
s.cillenne, has a clever touch of velvet
at collar and cuff, the ceinture like-
wise of the same battering material
The little coat follows loose -ton lines
and having loosely above the belt
This item is separate from both coat

and skirt, strongly featherboned at
front, back ana' sides, so that it serves
to support the immature figure well.
A touch of stale is added to the vel-
vet that appears above the wrist. The
skirt has a gored upp~A part, the fit-
ting over' the hips accomplished by
means of darts that are ran on the
dOtside of the skirt, and add to it*
shft. agpeaaaee.. A ataPld 4pan-
ish ounce is applied halfway below
the knee, inverted pleats appearing at
intervals and adding to the fullness.

water needed in chicken coops, ken-
nels,. etc.
10. Treat with coal oil all standing
water which cannot be screened or
drained (1 ounce of oil will cover 15
square feet of surface). The oil does'
not effect the water for use if the wa-
ter is drawn from below.
11. Where oil is applied' to standing
water it must be distributed evenly
over the surface.
12. Put fine wire netting over cis-
terns, wells, and tanks of water in
everyday use.
13. Places in which it is undesir.-
able to put oil. such as watering
troughs for stock, lily ponds, and so
forth. can be kept free from wrigglers
by putting in goldfish or minnows.
14. Clean away all weeds, grassand
bushes about ditches, ponds, ana' other
possible breeding places, sinoe these
afford a hiding place for the mosqui-
15. Clean up vacant lots and back
yards of all cans, tins, Bottles, and rub-
16. First do away with, or treat, all
pace where mosquitoes are known
to breed, and then begin to work on
places where they might breed.
17. Inspect ana treat with coal oil,
gutters, culverts, ditches, manholes,
catching basins, ets., along the road-
side. Manhole covers should be
18. Houses should be cleared of
mosquitoes by burning 1 pound of in-
sect powder or 2 ponams of sulphur to
1.000 cubic feet of space. The mos- i
quitoes will fall to the foor and should i
be collected and burned.
19. Success in mosquito destruction t
depends upon the cooperation of the
members of the entire community..
20. While the infection of yellow



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Do not wait until the yellow fcver gets you to order
the supplies needed at that time. You should have them
in their house ready to use. We carry everything in that
Mustard, Flax Seed Meal,
LIthis Tablets and Every-
thing Needed In Cases of

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

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Announce Specialel

with Implicit confidence in the present, and a great future for Pea-

takes great pleasure In announcing-
Their Readiness for a Large Fall and Winter Busmia s
We have ordered, are receiving, and continue to receive as fast as
goods are packed and shipped, the largest assortment of Fine Grocer-
ies that it ha4ever been our pleasure to handle-because we feel and
know the people of Pensacola are capable of rising superior to any ca-
lamity that aris", and that on the wave of prosperity come the de-
sire'to Pure and Wholesome Table Foods.

fever is 4irUdM by altale species of selves, as indicated above. Use thv
mosquite (trhe tegoayla), to insure mosquito bar at Omr .over all cases of
Its destrietla t is Meessary to des fever until the danger from yellow
troy all owaoQtQM fEver has pased. Destroy all mos-
In places liable to yellow fever both quitoes.
Ir.nvlduals and commtaltes have an WALTBR WYMAN,
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We have just placed on our counters the most Com.
plete, Serviceable and Fashionable Line Boys'
Clothing ever shown in the city, and at prices of
$.50 to $6.00 per suit. No such goods have ever
been offered at the prices. We have also A. .A


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l e Jacksonville Times-Union of
S ener i stat of te Fori State Keee one of the volunte npec

Troops, will be here tomorrow. tor of the city, is self explanatory: (Formerly Advertised and Sold as
Amoag the members of the Gover- Pensacola, Fla., Oct. 20, 1905. ....SATINOLA....
oe r 's personal staff who are expected Editor Pensacola Journal: No change in IFrmula or Package.
Sto sco- p-yv him are the following I noti* an article in the News of TheNAME only has been changed to
SS9. ocers: Coo el T. J. La'ai Brown, this date, under large headlines con- avoid confusion, as we cannot afford
of Tampa; (olomel Chomwell Gibbous, corning spicy letters, alleging that to have so valuable preparation con-
--- Cooel 8. C. Boylton, J.. Colonel T. some Interesting correspondence was fused with any other.)
SL. Acosta and Colome W. B. Young passing between the mayor and Dr. NA01INOLA is guaranteed, and money
e k AW a 1 'tf Jacksaonvlll Porter regarding the action of a will be refunded in every case where
ad h A AAmong the ofcers of the g uera certain fumigating gang, and stating it falls to remove freckles, pimples,
ST staff will lh Major general J. C. R. that doctors Kennedy and D'Alei- liver-spots, collar dscolorations, sal-
u ; ; Foster, adjutant general; Colnel Hen- berte were ready to disprove any of lowness, sun-tan, black-heads, disfig-
S-ry Bacon, surgeon general; Colonel the allegations which had been made during eruptions, etc. The worse cases
Walter P. Corbett, inspector general; to Dr. Porter. in 20 days. Leaves the skin clear,
SB Colonel S. T. Shaylor, judge advocate I wish to say'that I am-the person soft, healthy/and restores the beauty
general; Colonel W. A. MacWUlMams, who gave Mayor Bliss the informa- of youth.
quartermaster general; Colonel D. C. tion, and I have seen the letters writ- Price, 50cts and $1.00. Sold in each
De Montmollin, _ernmi ery geeral, ten by the mayor and the answer of city oy all leading druggists, o1 by
4 4, Aroll er a d Colonel Raymond Cay, assastant Dr. Porter, and I can find in Dr. Por- mall.
adjutant general. ter's letter-no denial of the complaints Prepared only by
S S4 SaSn4: In the parade the staff officers will made by Mayor Bliss ae intimated in NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Terh.
w all ride in carriages, as the Governor the News. but on the other hand Dr.
S willride in the carriage with the Pe a- Porter afid that he would nave the
P, 1. WILLIAM. Ident. If the Governor should ride matter investigated and promised 4hat
gTRACT@R AND SUl'ER.- horseback, then the state would all be every effort would be made to have
R 1 BM.MbM bu..e 01 11 1 1 mounted. the fumigation performed with as lit-
"I 1S**Sn*0 L@e, I rThe Governor's persoal staff and te friction to the people as polsi- I
S I Carriages as close to the Oove lor as In regard to disproving of al'lega- God Cr
II _,_ Issbe._ The .reside t's party will ton made, I atink from all appear-O. llStucker F
b e 13 ca rra ges Ime athey bSed themes that the allegations were found
P Ars Mident's carriage; then wi come to be correct, as the foreman of the
StwoC marriages containing the eight fumigating gang, Mr. Arnette, was
S--- embers of the oeouve o oEmttee. discharged this morning, although he Exchang
-_ Behind the executive committee will p t am l A
SN e te Govrnor's saf, an hen of i help. a k Exchange.
w--..--------.--.Will come in carriages with the mem- o% far as I am ware there has A es
tw TFDCE Tn| nI bers of the Oonfederate Veterans and been no effort on the part of the Anl gentleh r tred vehicles 8
TtRSELY TOLD. theGrand Army of the Republic. The mayoror Doctor Portr make pub and l o Phone 814
reception committee of one hundred lic the facts regarding the complaints. PENSACOLA, FLA.
J-e Jd- a C. A tvery is wepected ,wl comee neit ea twenty-fve ca-rr Mayor Bliss took the matter up at my
e sw f m Chico w fe ag. Their e will be at lt ty r sugge and wrote Dr. Porter con-
be ab trwtadbo weeks ago on eiges in line. Ce coming it, and Dr. Porter replied toT
buSis. Brigadier4eneral Charles P. Lovell the letter. How the thing becameSTAMMERING.
J -J. r.ye will be grand marshal of the day, and public and how the News got its !C
Se iMeutenant Colonel ce Maxwell soryat o en t I a un l off the smay elp s.
Met at u ldg sad will com may command the regiment of ina- they have taken the "ld of the
StheC ataa M date. try but in case he ones not it will be pot- I am willing that the public Amon the minor art of great im-
SnB@tte SchwartZ, a tranedcommanded by Major Frank J. Ho afbould know the whole truth. ortance the self cue of stammer. I
e. ,arritedinthe at ho has been cti clonelH Mr. Arnette went to a residence on If ,whk comes ,o many In
|y pyeerday aften, to rAt tthe regiment during the encampment West Zarragossa street, and insist- early youth. aI the wpoir of the
b amie the yellow ever patients at Lake City. ed on fumigating. He refused to 'e- author of "Joh lamglesa," which his
Il It rm oa a -move the piano and pictures trom the widow prepared we ~d a rather
-t -y Ith s no ue trn" TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY trom and they refused to let him t touching of i etracted the
m youve tried a want ad-n tried Take. IAXAT7VI BROMO Quinine migrate until he had threatened to get oe Mr. Short-
I t? t n onse. The Jr 'e Tablets. Druggists refund money if it the sheriff, and the house was fumni- mete to ly Wey, a delicate
ast adS are helping may and they fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sign gated wi the piano indoor, wich ttle boy there tatt ay school
qwill help i ?youn too ture is on each box. -2c. was contrary to the published s It was n as might
Mrs. R. I Barr and twoehAdren, MAYOR BLSS CALLS MEETING Not only Aid this foreman curse at be supposed. For wth'mlthis thora I
ee211 It wJac yllow feet, whoa OF RELIEF COMMITTEE the people in the public street, t ten q h tobn lag nt woealI
e been I with yellow fever, have but he cursed at his men in order to never have beenwritte r Concelvd. J
eryl recovered, much to the de- The City Relief committee is he-- show his petty authority when he and muc1 which IS very 4 to me nl S
light of their many friends. by called to meet today at noon t had them where women could hear philosophy w ld have been an- E
S Mr. J. F. Taylor sad family retrn- the city hall for the purpose of pro- him. known." Ftw stammertes an bring '
ed yesterday afternoon, after a vidig means to continue the charity I am one of thevoluntary inspectors forth a Clasie frtm their affliction, j
lengthy stay in sorhern cities. They work. of the city, and this occurred in my and some would eft refuse the an- T
stopped at Cottage HUil where they HAS. BH. U U8. district, and I considered that I would thr's fame at Ifthbtice of the speak- C
will remil for some time. Mayor. be derelict In duty if I did IAd in- es embarrasmes e. ..- i N
S OMly six persos left he city~ Ye form the mayor of these facts, .and In many cases te self care of stam. V
erday at mon for Camp Murray, Admiral Broweoi's Squadron, give the people the protection they erg is ea. The present writer
where they will remain the required; Washington, Oc:. 20.-The Na are entitled to by common deceacy. was a sere whe a boy at a day M
e a dete tica. Today there will Department has received a report Your s respect y i c oo Hes et hnteelf t a t the
be twemty4ve vicancies at the camp. that Rear Admiral Brownson's squal- JOHN J. KE care. It was ab tely necessary, he A
Mr. and Mrs. W S Gareld and ron of armored cruisteers, the West, Iondthat the opening syl able of a H
chl, returned yt rd at on Virginia. Colorado and Pennsylvania, Small Fire This Morin., t he op eng syllable o a
Siteoas, where they had been the last-named of which Will carry A small fire occurred this moraineg etont should be tsd several times F
eor several weeks. They stopped at te President noeth on his return shortly after 2 o'clock, on Salamanca before e the sentence was under way ,
CMtiaement. where they will re- trip were off Jupiter Inlet. Florida, street, where a cottage occupied by w ust as the billiard player waggles his
1 tae nntil the quarantine is lifted. at 10 a. m. Thursday. colored people, was found able. An Cue before the correct stroke). It oc- A
L t. A. Higgins, of the nav. alarm from box 26 was sent in b the ured that that the stammering might be
m the ase r the A SILVER BRIDGE. wcnman at Wright s mill, but the done silently. So that little boy stam.N
astt bong tera P asenerda ftr louse was almost destroyed befo mered firmly to himself with tightly G
0n. O account of the quarantine emat CWesmrer Th.a e. Wth a the arrival of the trucks. eloed li. Imagining himself to be O
t th trai a Goulding and will w. peaking. It was easy enough, when B
roeed from th ei tr throuldingumannia weddings t is the COet teo amm T a the requisiMte number of "tut-tut-tutse
rcad from there th rough the tcoun- At ounenas wedln i fit is the Coln el Martin, resident near the city a r "gug-gug-gugs" had been aehleved S

She friends in PenTacols and telse groom to receive his b ridet fr a t Galuway, on the southern borer of n silence to start the sentence. Since
where of Srgeon Baks. a charge bridge of silver. Connemara. Ireland, was probably the then he has never stammered-aloud.- H
of Camp Murray. will be pleased to Coins are placed in a double row t to stalt the worthy humanitarian isaon Chronicle. F
earn that he is recovering foam a across the table, and over this the ruadeagainst crltytoanimals.TBe J
wer? painful boil, which formed upon bride daintily steps to her hubands surprised BlKtlaIh house of lords sbout-
hisNr arm a few weeks ago. and which uP armis. d Insult and derision at Lord E 'ne he d W H
Cause him considerable trouble. T of when n 1811 he ventured to gently everybody has heard of the sman
Among those who acre praising t hee o la n at e e o plead the cause of dumb brute The feet of the ladies of China. But it is J
work of th woe fumigating corps is Po n oe gfteast oingeenso t he r u British house of commons would have not so generally known that they crm- T.
work o the Reedfumigating corps iwas f- weddin feas foowin the re treated Martin the same manner only have but one toe. This is. how-
igated yesterday. and he stated .ast re-on. W. n the guests are when he introduced his bill for the pre- eve, the fact The great toe of the c
iguht thb the men not only did thei- brought to a p spirit of f5etivity ventina of cruelty to animals but for tales of the first rank, and of some QF
work thoroughly but were gentleman- y the d he at te boar s wholesomeregard for his delg the inferior classes aso Is the only F
ly and did everything possible to atc- the head. of the tatbl is cleared and tai left to act with any freedom. The S.

commodate the family. ba ar draw silver o pro "Dick Martin's act," as the humal. t are doubled down under the foot D.
The remai of John Cx the d for the purpose. the proper pro-tan statute was known, was pass their tenderst Infancy and retained .
you' man who expired Thursday vision being the production of calm in s 2,i ra dt n Icomptressa and tight bandages till
wmraing of yellow fever were inter- fresh from the mint. 18 o a memorable date In the hO hr oruniot and tigt bands till N
red yterday Ia St. Johns cemetery.. These are laid In a able row ac tory of humane legislation." Oa June tbh unite wth and are burled In the N
The deceaed was a member of Jop- the table, and whea all is ready the 24, Colonel Martin and a few i Ca
pa O. F., ad the me.n- father of the groom makes a speech to other benevolent individuals met la W
hers of that lodge as well as the Re- his son, admonishing him to ee aed at 1 n f the f rst soelety opr ar'sdoesDr. w sk W
always I the prevention of cruelty to animals. "Why does Dr. Gr.mpee always buy PC
bekah Sier an other Odd Fello his brides way rough life always years later the movement spreads alk b
attended the funenO in a body. paved wrfh sivrr. Forty years later the movement spread O i.h ngbnaa S
attended the funeral in bod e d ad to A merica. In 1806 Henry Berlh re as ta t, having been a bache. So
SAt ro all social functions when a irs d formed the New York so etr y. r fort ve years, the kind with J.
the very best Is demanded you'll find " a n hl are the nly ones in hch he A
tey use Blue Ribbon Lemnn and Va- the bride lightly to the abtl Carefully f s natural."--Cleveland Leader. D
atlia Etracts. There's nothing just avoidlIg the displacwng of a n (for weeucate people us St
Ike the "'Ble Ribbon Flavor." that wld mnea tad lock) the girJ Ordinary well educated people ne L.
r 'makes her way auaeM tie short ~s rer from 3,00 to 4.000 words in crrversa- Verw 7 d. Ju
tiom. Accurate thinkers and reasoPerg Ki assaye--I prime that bookvey Ma
Notice of application for permit to pathway and leaps ato the arms of her Aoi t tha k rea ner s Mhl Pa e--I pri ltibook Miry MS
sil iruors. wines and beers. .Wher- ore- !who avoid vagne and general expre- highly. ItIn Tery old edition. M ;S
as. W. L. Gilmore has iled with the At wedding feasts wh-b eotentatio lons and wait till they ind a word Badd--Yes, dear, I thought it must Mi
S W. LGilore has filed with th At wedding feasts we tatlothe lea that ItMe
BIard of County Commissioners for b deired the brkde to bit lethwla that exactly fits their meaning. em- be when I saw o the fly leaf that it
Becambia county Florida n his appll- tbel table. nt Ploy of course a larger stock; eloquent was presented to you on your twenty- JD
cation for permit to sell liquors, wines speakers may even rCe to a command r birthday
sad beers in election district 13 of we ag Om. Of 10,000. Shakespeare. who had a L.
said county and state; any citlsen of dhne the mlltionaire s making greater wealth of expression than any F.
86ch election district may show cause w t often blow other writer produced all his plays R
Il any there be. at the ,cting of N money In a hi s*o often bow-, other writer, pr oduced all is .
Board to be held on Tuesday, the 5th Ma it on wi aess--w oto with about 15.00 wiorda. Mllton 's r J.
y aof December next. why such per- Magaine. wOld Ttrament con wta 0s 62 ad El
ist should not be granted." A. K. Me- Ol T a get contains at6.4. G
i* lia Clerk of the Board of Coant An rritable man b like a bedge- O L e there ore is not, after S fx. o
niesionrers u scambia County. hog roied up the wrong wy .1 als fo rmidabIe as It seems wben we suao d Seim tta aeG. 1 w
.brida. By L. Y. Aymard. Deput- mettag htnmsel wMh his own pricktle ar w t a dictionary of 2r0000 worda. g j.
CPerk. 21octoaw4w Skeafts Etymologiocal DictioMry. wheb
i________s lited to primary words thatt to R
msay, It would explatn ck, Wt amIATI I A
lu W ky or uk mdc or ckla bql 416 PostumII |
Swith M more than 13000 d Imal .
tbe m soa e ma really at ftat a es a~
Swhbe wre sed some cenest~ a aD
a butar~ now~to be foand l th detr nT arher a m.* I
i a'- m- -, asy try. e~d 'yod a "




Although Money Is Yet Needed t
Care For the Sick
In the City.

The yellow fever relief fund coM
tinues to grow each day, but the col
tribitions are generally only there
and four for the day. Yesterday
Martin H. Sullivan sent in a doni
tion of $50 and Balz, Whipple & Co
of Cincinnati, donated $10.
The committee is now needlni
funds, and those who can do so ar
requested to send in checks to th
treasurer at as early a date as pos
The Donations.
M. E. Corley, Hattiesburg...... 5.0
First Nauonal Bank..........$500.04
W. S. Keyser Co.............. 200.01
American National Bank...... 200.01
Consolidated Grocery Co..... 250.0'
Fr. J. Schreyer............... 60.04
Thos. C. Watson.............. 100.0(
Escambia realty Co.......... 60 0
Lee Daniel .................. 25.04
W. A. Blount...... ......... 10.04
Hannah Bros ................ l.0(
People's Bank........ ........ 100.0(
Pensacola Water Company.... 100.04
Leslie E. Brooks .............. 1000
J. M. Coe .................... 10.0
Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.00
M. F. Gonzalez ................ 25 0
Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.00
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.00
German-American Lumber Co.. 50.00
Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00
J. R. Saunders................ 60.00
Pensacola, St. Andrews &
Gulf Steamship Co.......... 2500
D. Kugleman ... .......... 10.00
J. Geo. White ................ 5.00
S. P. Shotter Co.............. 250.00
Jos. Coleman..... .......... 2.00
A. F. Warren ............... 25.00
M. L. Roch ................... 5.00
Jno. B. Jones ................ 5.00
T. H. Lannon & Co........... 1600
Wm. Johnson & Son ......... 2500
Clutter Music House........ 10.00
Meyer Shoe Store.. ........ 15.00
Standard Clothing Co........ 10.00
Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.00
Mfaxwell & Reeves........... 20.00
S. Pasco, Jr................. 5.00
P. Campbell................. 5.G0
H. H. Boyer.................. 25.00
Kress & Co.................. 10.00
D. Hale Wilson............. 25.00
.L M. Avery.................. 5.00
Gordon & Brown .............. 15.00
rhos. Pebley......... ........ 5.00
'orbes Furniture Co.......... 4.00
i. G. Forcheimer ............. 10.00
I. G. DeSilva & Co............ 25.00
W. A. D'Alemberte............ o1.00
as. McHugh .. .............. 25.00
)ol Cahn & Co.............. 35.00
B. Gerson.... ........ ....... 1 00
Kryger ........ ..... 17 90
Ireen & Watson ........... 10.00
C. VanPelt ......... ....... 5.)0
'he Pensadcra Journal....... 25.00
B. Parkhin ............. 10 00
raval Stores Export Co.. .... 250.00
V. B. Wright Co............ 50.00
q. Apostle ................. 25.00
[cDavid-Hyer Co.. .......... 25.00
G. Bushnell................ 20.00
A. Fisher .... .......... 50.00
:. Baars & Co................ 100.00
ensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00
C. Brent.................. 25.00
ohn Shepard ................ 500
DiLustro .... .. : ...... 2 00
lex Zelius .................. 10.00
Levy ...................... 1.00
J. Dunham ................ 5.00
ulf Machine Co.............. 25.00
H. Smith & Son............ 10.00
ar Pilots.................. 100.30
,. B. Lamar ................. 100.00
carritt Moreno .............. 500
r S. Rosasco ............... 10.00
marine Grocery Co............ 5.00
M uller. ..... .............. 5.0
O. Howe & Co............ 25.00
C. Porter ................. 10.00
A. Chain .................. 25.00
SH. Thornton ............... O1.n,
B. Roberts........ ......... 10.00
P. Williams Co............ 100 o
A. Jennings................ 100.00
Bo. W. W right.............. 50.o>
ash .. ..................... 5.0o
uina & duttman ............ 10.00
rank Reilly ............... 25.00

A. Friedman................ 10.00
Dannbel4ser .............. 5.00
0. Anson.................. 1000
arston Qulna ............. 25.00 (
r J. Forbes............ 100.00
Goldrltg ................ 15.00 (
. H. White & Co............. 5.00 ;
warren Fish Co............. 100.10 (
ensacola Stables ............ 10.00 !
Thiesen .................. 100.00
uthern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00 J
S. McGaughey ............. 5., (
rmeur Packing Co.......... 26.00 1
ibuisson Bros .............. 20.0:)
ar Laundry ................ 15 00 I
S. Brown & Co............ o -,u
dge H. Bellinger............ 15.00 0
arks & Gayle .............50 00
rift & Co., ................. 25 00
ss Fannie Henderson ........ 2.50
,Kenzie Oerting & Co., ..... 10 00;
.nwody-Aiken Co ............ 25.00
S. Roberts ................ 5.03!
tizens National Banb ...... 100 00i
& N. R. R. Co. ........... 100 00
W. Marsh .... ............ 15 00
M. Cary .................. 10 00
Ed. 0'Brien ............... 10 0
nsacola Gas Co ........... 150.00
ectric Terminal Railway Co.. 10000
ulding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00
hn C. Avery.. ............. 25.00
Martin ...... .. 2 00
W. Ma.oy .......... .. t)"
rlles-Kah Co ......... 2.00
odes-Futch-Collas Co... l15.0 A
Moo ..................... 10 00
ithern Cotton O1 OC ........ .00 "
m Brawner. .............. 1.0
P. Reee .................... 6.00
H. Klumaeler.. .. .. ...... L 6
on Brewery .................. a -ti
Bear Co. .................. M990
adktbMuhlhaser Brewi n L:

Ur Wneabel W r, WiW AAWMt to Coflape From Nervos
Pmlulramis, bisf g af to Cmptete Health and Strefsth
S Tht hThe Pby P'S Pu'N Malt Whiskey.
"1m eWlet so weB as I h es acel I
ta is oWm, t s d I reommd t It
thLgmU t tek la them weld."
"Itrd many different remedies in the
krt t o build up my system. which had be.
comeervous and rundown from overwork,
worry s of proper rest and unreasonable
ours, but nothing seemed to help me. soI
o began to take Du Ifys Pure Malt whiskey
Owe bottle of your medicine almost cured
meandin three months I was a healthy
strong man. Really I have never felt so
strongand well as I have since I began it
use. cheerfully recommend Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey as the best health-builder
and tonik-stimulant in the world."-L-zo*

Duffy's Pure

dr For onm than dir. y a Iu Drff-r ..Pue Malt Whiskey has heen prescribed
e doWtoe and used In over two dxo nd lding hospitals as the greatest tonic-stimu Ia t
ani ealthu hlder nomws to *-l -a I t is endorsed by the clergy and pmrfo. -
'sional nurses and recommeded by al schools of medicine as a positive cure for pnu-
mona, consumption, rip,. dyppWia, Indigestion, nervous prostration, all dishes of
the throat and lungs, and every form of stomach trouble, malaria, chills, fever, d all
rundown, weakendconditions of the mind sad body. Itis a heart tonic, blood puri-
) er and promoter of health and long life;
Makes the old young, and ke the young
0 strong. Dfy's Pure Malt Whiskey con-
0 trains no fusel oil and it is the only whiskey
Srecognised by the Governmentasa medidne.
S There I ut ean DIty's Pur Malt
0 Whiskey. I t on havig tUh n.S
ahrin and rIhm. ceep subdtimtes ad
00 1ttlic-i wiwch ame pced mN te

0 market for profit oldy and wic are
i positively ham d tbo bt o eyad
0 brain Look ferte t aw d --1- u, te
0 64 a Cemkt," os tlheil, m ad be
0 s tbheseal o the bottkU is nbrelsa.
Sold In suad bottles only; nerw In
All reliabledr ,onstmad rocerf or direct, $100 a bottle Advice and medicui
Dybooklet fre. Du al W isk C, ochester, N. Y.
N. GOLDRIN 0, Distributor.


.... --'- .. .
At tL time of he yer fflent a pat del alasrt m ad chrs ud fdevr.
Asa Vwilve We pIsem try

Sold at all drug stores or at
LEWIS CO., Wbolesle Draggld s,Eat Government Street
3PUEO1 3O M -30 NMW

Co. r. .. .................
L.Fiedman & Co ... .. .. .
Sullivan & Sullivan........
Dr. E. C. Bennet...........
McMillan Bros. Co., Mobile ....
J. C. Pebley.... .. ..........
F. M. Williams.. .. ..........
Wicke & Co...............

2S 00 *
10.00oo PI off.
10.00 o.,
5 00
10.oo Attorncy-at-Law,
.10.00 Room 408 Thi uild
.10.00 Room 405 Thioen BuildIng,

Pkil Pearl. ............. . 4.10
F. W. Cook Brewing Co, .... 50 00
Senator S. R. Mallory .... 50 00. OS r-rLEVr
L. Wiselogel ........ ......5 09 LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
FB.R. Meade .. .............. 10.001 COLLECTIONS
P.Tornoe ........ ........... 6.00 PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co .., 100.00 PHONE 559.
Clyde Wilson ............ 5 00
E. D. Beggs............ 5 00,
G. L. Williams .... .. .... 1 00 P STOK S,
H. L. Berry .. ......... 10 00 S A, ndCouseloratLa w
Cash... ............ 100 00I YNMW C n oaL w
Geo. Lewis. Tallahassee, .... 100 03! 108 East Government Street.
W. B. Sheppard, ........ 25 00 General Law Practice.
C. E. Merritt, .......... 5 00
M. S. Pond ....... .. .. 0 5 -
Whlte Employees at Millview 50 JO GEORGE DOUVILLE
Joe Roth .. ... .. .. 0.. .. o 00 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
ltiens of arrington.......54.00 Rom 500 sen d. Phone734
and S. Bing. Cincinnati ...... 20.00
M. H. Sullivan .......... 50 00-
Balz, Whipple & Co., Cincinnati 10 00 W ELSH & SM ITH
Colored List.
ig Zion Sunday scnoc' ... 5 00 DENTI TS .,
. ewey, (Sentinel) 2 50Fisher Buldin, 204 South Paat
Os. H. James, ............ 5 00 Street .
V. H. Harvey ............. 2 00
,Ioses Lyman ................ 100 PHONE 525.
lichard Morris .............. 6 0 -
lash ........................... TILiLER,
. F. Andcrson .............. 2 0
arion Blue ....... ........ 1 00 Dents
'reston Gordon .........*..... 100
karon Johnson ............... 1 06 Room B rent Building. Phone, 84
;t. Paul church ............. 76 .
Washington Clark ............ 00 w ,
Whitfleld Dupont ............ 1 00 W D HOWE,
lev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
Baptist Church, ............. 2 00 Attom yandCo sllUorat Law
boa McMillan........ .... .LOO
Colored Cititea ............ 5 0~ 401 Thiesn Building.
Itnth Avenue Baptist Church 2 00 -
aron 8. Johnson ....-.... 100 3 fl G
t. Zton Baptist Church ...... M ST SPEII j
Under Nw Management.
Mek headache aI eaend bp a disor- A del tful resort Immune fro
ered condition of the Smarb h Md evae, es to refugees elegant ao
Squickly ered by Chbllll a's eommodaUons and board at $25 p"
toae e d Lver Tablets. ise oT.th. per week. a
all drufkltat. -1-1W

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The Pesaeola Journal isa I
Sale at the following laces tl 0
* the city:
C Coef Seek sors.
* Depot NMm Stnd S
emW Mok tem.l

* Ueashde Iestdt. g
* Thnaps1We Sft SMro. 0

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Preude5t'i Addre.

ty of a Florida October, as well as th
hospitality of the state itself We
regret that conditions at this time wil
preheat his visiting Pesacola, bul
the Deep Water City nevertheless wel
comes his visit to the state a&a we
trust he may carry away with him
recollections as pleasant as those ex
perienced by the people df Florlda on
the occasion of his coming.

The Journal begs to acknowledge
receipt of the following invitation:
The Presileant and G(vernors
I'".. *,,t. 116- t -111-13- A -P5 A -

of t e Jackonville Jard of 01 rade
request the honor of your presence
upon the occasion of the reception of
the Presient oi the United 8satas,
in the Atitort rs of the Board of-
Saturdav tho twrent-first nf Octoher.

The Jackaovllle sp eches o PrM- one thousand nine hundred and five.
dent Roosevelt which will be deliver-1 from one to three p. m.
ed today. may be the most important Admission by card.
that be eas or will deliver in the!
southern satcas aj as a consequence, It is announced that should- Presl-
his utterances are being anticipated dent Roosevelt be bitten by a mosqui-
with muca interest and will. no doubt, to while in an infected city the bite
be widely commented upon 'Te will be immediately cut out. He'll be
Jccksmnville Metropolis speculates as pretty ell chopped up if he happens
follows upon the subject: to run against a drove of stegomyias
The vtiit ot Pre4ident Roosevelt to similar to that which was blown into
the South this week and his utterances New Orleans several weeks ago.
are c.&ui.n widespread interest. The
speech o: the Presifaent in Jackson h
vilie ,,eet-s to be the one to which the The Brewt9n News, having pub-
ea:s of the natkn are turned. becaur, listed the malicious and Uiellous arti-
he-re he will talk to the white people ele recently *l inted by the mobile
and then to the, colored people. It is
1eV impreIusm of Northern.pollci tm regarding the Florida quarantine
and ournalists that some new meas- against Escambia and Conecuh coun-r
u!:-s may be suggested by the Presi- ties is respectfully requested, in jus-
detii in hi, r-ruarks as to the future tice, to publish The Journal's reply
vf his ac~min'.iration and Congression-' .w
al ration in relaton to te aU t'd1 tbl t

the race issut. The Charleton Post
says on the subject:
'The Jacksovtlle sech of the
Prnesdcnt mas prove to be the most
i>por;ant of his uttcrances In the
t-'.uth. II he wants to win the Souih'
lie will ha,e to emper his expressions
in that address to such fineness that
they will nor please nae critical'hear-
ers. But the critical ones are not very
many in number, and the Prsident
n ay determine to take chances with
them for a while in an efort to gain
temporary advantage.
'"ur guess is as good as any other
In this matter, and we gues that Mr.
Roosevelt will say something at Jack-
sonville that will not offend the South-
ern people's view of the race question.
and will later on play another Booker
Washii~ton or Crum trick to keep the
totes of the aegro with his party in
be doubtful States."
The President would hardly say
iything to offt('d he white people
f the Souih, who are giving him such
Irarm and cordial reception, even in
liscubsing the race problem. it is
exPlcted that he will urge the accer-
tIncr of his national policies and try

to win converts thereto, which is all
rTigt and proper. It is to be sincere-
I' hoped ti;at those expecting the Pros
idi nt to say or do something to offend
the utnithern whites will be disap-
pointed. The President is said to be
Ips.sessed of a character that wins
insead oi affronts. and he could hari-
l] change while here. though it is evi-
dn1: that some Northern politicians
Sant h'm to say only that which would
pircas them. politically, and offend
Scoultorn Drnmocrats. but we believe
h;ni loo prudent for that.
O:hor prominen: visitors to Jack-
Monvilh noverr did a thingg or a!ld a
(wrd which conil he objected to. Gen
W T Shcr:nan. Genn Robht r E. Ie.
GOn 1' S. Grant and President Grover
('lvc~elansd have t l' isit:e. Jackson-
iill' siin- the Ci% l War. and the.
wa r, mos: t nopitablv eu'r;ained.an.l
v-en, aw a mor,1 popular with all
classes th:n ever hteforv. and this is
n'st wha' may he expecteit of Mr.
R~i sCvl' next Saturda. in this city.
The Journal will receive a verbatimn
re;, ,r: of President Roosevelt's ad.
dr.ss :n Jacksonville by Associate i1
pr,-e- and will publish it in full in
f8'ndal mnornin's issue.

Slowy ,u: surely thet health anthor-
i- ,, p'"i.r.cE the upper hand of the,
y' f .'er in Pensacola Science
v v' in w. tr; I as a chance.

T' < sa:. 1.' an "off vyar" in:
01.: Wo ,, ~' :, i' happen when
a s::re 'niuch o n .ear strikes the
Br:c .\t S-:( "

Tne c Id wrF.c fc'els god what there
s of :, hr :her-' isn't enough of it.
Atl.oir t degrees lower would suit ui:

President Roosexn : will today and
tomorrow vcn jo the comfort and beau-


* President McCurdy, of the Mutual
WLte, eems to have aticipated mat-
trrs somewhat by his declaration that
he woul,l not quit his job until the
period for which he was elected had

if Taft can't ran everything connect-
ed with the administration he can at
least sit on it and hold' it down.


Goulding Relay Camp, Oct. 20.
Editor Pensacola Journal: -
In reply to the following problem
by Prof. I. E. Allen through The Jcur-
nal of a few days previous, I sub-
mit the following solution as a cor-
reet one, bul give- it subject to criti-
cism %nd correction and should any-
one find wherein that I am wrong,

mI nmUaI P1#~ U WIP

a T1a of

1 A6,450
or an average of


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fuss and fury until relief eomes.
But it is not neesary, in getting
out of thee "frying pen," to get slqg-
Od and soorced and blistered. Act-
ing like a derrick, a want adverth-
mont will usually land you free and
clear of both pan and fir*-but you
take some risk In trying to leap the
hurdle unasisted.
And the best part of it is this: That
after a while, "the want ad. habit"
will entirely cute you of the "frying
pan habit," so that you will no longer
begin to "stew" or "boV" when ome-
thing goes wrong-but will turn to
want advertising as easily and natur-
ally as you would turn to a shoe store
for shoes, or to a street car to take
you home.

* 0
* -S
*- *~-~~))C~~+1~CJ1~

In Rebellion.
The Lake City papers continue to
raise their "puny arms of rebellion"
over the loss of the University. They
are going to carry the fight into the
next legislature, but we predict that
body will withstand the 'bhock. (Poor
lake City! Not that she is really
poor, but that she takes disappoint-
ment so badly.-Bronson Times-Dem-
* *
Burr's Small Cloud.
Editor Walpole thinks that the writ-
era of editorialss" naming candidates
for the next governor, three years
ahead of time, should be interned at
Chattahoochee., Cruel not to have
waited until some political meteorolo-
gist had diagnosed the small cloud
that has arisen over LittleRiver with
the name of R. Hudson Burr riveted
to the lining.-Arcadia News.
* *
President Roosevelt prefers a
landau with two gentle horses attach-
ed rather than an automobile for his
ride about the city of Jacksonville.
Alas! How the "bronco buster" has
degenerated.-Madison New 'lIiter-
* *
Extending the Age Limit
The railroads are beginning to ex-
tend the age limit which they had
practically instituted as to engaging
employees. One reason is that they
have discovered that the middleacaed
man has just reached the period of
greatest usefulness, and a corollary
reason is that nowadays it takes about
ten years longer for a young man to
fit himself for railroad: service in the
higher and more complex branches
Another reason is that formerly the
roads required such hard wbrk and
l]ng hours that it killed old men. They
have learned that shorter, hours and
lighter work produce bette results in
the long run, and the older man can
fill the bill with perfect ease. This
is another of those general ways iu
which the world is steadily knocking

The following figures show The Pe-l along on the right path.-West Palm
acola Journal's circulation for each Beach Sun.
day during the month of September, *
1905. with the average number of Jut Squashed It.
cripies aily: It begins to look as if Secretary
Sept. 1,- 5.000 Sept. 16, 5,300 Taft didn't sit upon that Chinese boy-
Sept. 2, 5.000 Sept. 17, 5,550 cott long enough while in Hongkong
Sept. 3. 5.200 Sept. 18, to accomplish its complete collapse.
Sept. 4, ... ept 19, 5,300 He cnly squashed it a litt.e.-Chipl-y
Sept. 5, 5,000 Sept. 20, 5300I Banner.
Sept 6. 5.000 Sept 21, 5,250
Sept. 7. 5.200 Sept 22, 5 125 -919...99999......99
Sept. 8, 5.200 Sept 23, 5,225
Sept. 9. 5200 Sept 24 ,S, FEDERAL CONTROL
Sept. 10, 5.5 Sept 25. OF QUARANTINE *
Sept. 11, Sept. 26, 5,250 %
Sept. 2. 5.300 Sept. 27, 5,250, New Orleans Picayune. .
Sept. 13. 5.300 Sept 28, 525p i a
tept. 14. 5.300 Sept. 29, 25~ --i- i:,.*----I .
Sept. 15, 5,300 Sept. 30, Under the caption of "Watch New
Total for the month......136,450 Orleans." the Biloxi (Miss.) Review
Average per day........ .. 64 in its issue of the 16th int., has an
I hereby certify that the above state editorial in which k announces that
ment is correct according to the reo New Orleans Is irrevocah!y commit-
ords on file in this olce ted to Federal coatat of quarantine
FRED A. 8W vE and will send a aggressive delegaton
4 Circulation Mgr. to the Chattanooga Coeveati a In he
Sworn to and his 30th day of September. 1905. maritime, integrate and local, to the
J. P. SIOKES, federal Government.
Notary Publie. In order that or Missiapm corn-

Editor Times-Union:
Although am of the best sections
of our beauteous and prosperous Land
of Flowers, Hl6mes County's numer-
bus and valuable resources have hith-
erto comparatively beep unknown anl
undeveloped. It is true the Pensa-
cola & Atlantic Division of the great
Louisville & Nashville Railroad
crosses the county east and west, and
where, prior to that most important
event, and comparatively but a few
years ago, thb solemn silence of the
unbroken wildernem prevailed, now
can be heard and seen many evi-
dences of cajtalf-tic enterprise and
the success which crowns individual
skill and ilduttry; steam sawmills
rapidly follow in the wake of the
ubiquitous .Y-rpentine man," chang-
ing the .pinlsftrest fbom primal con-
ditions, ar, eprqpraatry to the ad-
vent of. th~fy'~hmy-hande sons of
toil." The faaners of Alabama, Geor-
gia and oth States will soon have
these eeim wastes transformed
into dilwjlhih bounteous
crop* to 4*t*d the skill and lbdus-
*tr14. BM .1 .. .f-
Prter to-*Wi advent of the Pensaco-
la*rA tla-lf Rallroadethere was not
a siegle H e ev scarcely a hamlet
inside the hbrders O Holmes county,
and whe ryt we cannot boast of
a 'tew or1..,or .CL.Jo.r yet we have
what er In the fiirish-
Ing iW o W tvlle, Bonlfay,
Ponce ed n, a g the line of the
Pensacol t& 4laafic, and several em-
bryonic cities springing up and flour-
ishing in fhbittertor.
Batifay, the late new county seat,
is preparing to emulate Jacksonville
after the re% in the rapidity of her
growth. A aew courthouse of artis-
tic and ample proportions will soon
be erected on a commanding height,
and, in company with numerous fne
residences and fine churches with tall
steeples piercing the clouds, will af-
ford a most pleasing prospect to the
numerous travelers and prospectors,
as they Journey by on the safe and re-
liable Pensacola & Atlantic Railroad.
Westvilll, the former county seat,
scarcely misees the removal of the
seat ofGovernment from her environs.
Her position oa the river and center
of one of the best agricultural pec-
tions in the South, insures a perman-
ency not dependent on the fickle folly
of mere political prosperity. A new




At a meeting of the Orleans Parish
Dr. Rudolph Maths addressed the Sociel
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and
of yellow fever patients. in consequence
the mode o* transmission of this disea
A brief synopsis of the elemental
prophylaxis and a statement of the ni
which he had utilized in his teaching, i
lished for the benefit of The Journal's

1. Yellow fever may be defined a
which is transmitted from the sick tc
agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as k
omyla Fascista, which is the common
Orleans, and in fact of all the localitie
t. The germ or transmissible pois
of yellow fever patients only during the
wards the patient cease to be a menace
importmne of recording the very hour
i. The mosquito (Stegomyla Fasc
ease to susceptible person by Its bite
after biting the yellow fever patient.
qlto is the time that is required for th
body at the mosqlto and to migrate fro
gland. The United States Army ell
that i Cuba this period varies from tw
to eight days and over. in the cooler
4. Al er incubating the yellow fev
above spefied, the Stegomya is read]
entire period of its natural life, which m
tIsect has acsews to water. (Otteras.)
yelow fever with a t@WUeyasr tftyse
1 dys old. [Note--Accordin to Agra
an only be coaxed to bite utf four d
Dgpre, it bites without coaxiagv thfi t
the papa case. It was believed, at one
gmyi must be impregated before the
bitig ~aOe, Os at s ar to bte a


railroad is now under constru'ction
from Westville to Darlington, thence 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
to Florala, Ala., as Its final destina- fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully,
tion, which will open up one of the earnestly, and donsclentiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-
finest agricultural sections in the quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
South. At present the object is the the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should and their way
vast quantities of magnifcient tim- therein.
ber contained in that section of 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
Holmes County. The Caryville Mills must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as gar-
Company, who are the constructors dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct.
are daily hauling millions of feet of ly the most effelent and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
the very best merchantable timber of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation of
over their new line, while at the the mode of. transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is am
same time a construction crew is non-immune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of
steadily pushing the line on to cor- the patient, (especially if these are not immunes) largely, if not entirely,
pletion. Two engines and train depends.
crews are busily engaged hauling the 3. very nuse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever
timber as fast as the contractors out patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible
and deposit same on the line. Thus non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
this immense industry furnishes mosquitoes to the patient's person.
profitable employment to hundreds 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may thnre-
of laborers, contractors, trainmen, fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick
etc., thus creating a free circulati.i room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
of the ready cash to an extent never during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
witnessed in this section heretofore, 5. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished If a
and causing the broad smiles of pros-, patient, suffering from ary kind of fever, in localities inrtcted with yellow
perity to shine into every nook and fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito,
cranny of the "piney woods." At the even it the fever Is proven not to be yellow fevers Mosquito bites are annoying
same time those ubiquitous and en- and harMul even if mot Infective to the patient, and it must be looked upon
terprilng chalratcel', "the turptn- as an evidence of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
tine men" are in evidence all over 6. No nurse can eosider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unlef, sha
the county, evidently enjoying pros- has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science sad
perity, with plenty of cash attached experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected paieats and
thereto. Those "horny4tanded aons those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety
of toll," the farmers, also are in the from the infected.
swim apparently, though crops 7 The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
have been cut off considerably. es- handle in protecting her patients are:
hardly be more thanchal a crop till (A) The Mo-buite ar (Mgbbinet Preferred), to Isolate the PatIent In His ed.
our farmers are in a more prosperous 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
condition, take it all in all, than they passage of mosqutoes.
hayv been hitherto. They have 1. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the
learned many profitable lessons-new patient's body Is in contract with the netting.
methods of doing things, avoiding Frequent examinations should be made to see that there are no tore
debt, 'etc., have placed our farmers places in the netting and that no mosquitoes have found a lodging inside.
on a higher plane of life and living. The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes trom
In fact we predict a general, steady entering.
advance of "Good Old Holmes," to a 5 If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed in
plane of life all along the line. A side, not merely driven or shaken out
general interest in "higher things," 6. All cases of ever should be promptly reported to the physician;
seems to prevail. Interest in educa- awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This Is par.
tion grows, and many of the young ticularly Importat In dealing wth mild fevers, especially inInfhats and
men and women have fitted them- children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man.
selves for'the profession of teachers Ieats itself in such a mild form In infantile and early childhood, that it Ia
in the public schools,' with flourish- likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the symp.
ing schools in charge all over the toms the onsu precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to
county. All of which is cheerful evi- spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized eases are
dence of a Xbright future for good old for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
Holmes. The Holmes County Adver- (B) Screene.
tiser will soon resume publication All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside
and, until then, more anon. of hospital wire screens are not usually available and provisional screens
"Old W. D." can be made of bobblnet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
Westville, Fla., Oct. 16. secured to the penings of the sick room.
(C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Pumigatkin.
Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (Insect powder) to destroy
SIOV OPF possibly Infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day ad fever.
Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, and If used in proper quantity
will not injure fabtiee or colors. Three pounds in an average room is m-
E VEI A D ent if t s room be eloeed; more accurately, two pounds of sulphur to 1,0
VER A, cubic feet o0f s e is estimated by sanitary authorities; and one pound of
insect p wder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffce to stupity the mosqitoes. The
TO N U T mosquitoes will tall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two
Hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite suficent in ordinary cases. Tae
fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprnlkled
about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
Medical Society, held August 12, 1905, The tunlgatfnD should be done in the morning, so that the room win be
ty on the "New duties and responsibill- free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When.
other persons entrusted with the care ever the condition of the phtiet will permit, a room adjoining the o-
e of the R9wly acquired knowledge of occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared te
se by the mosquito." the receptio of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the diats
fy facts connected with yellow fever fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
urse's sanitary duties in this disease, The work ,t sIlfection and mosquito destruction, as well as creestag,
and submitted to the Society are puo- is now conduactsd the Halth AUthrouties, Immediately after notifictlo by
readers as f611ows: the attending physlehima Bt in isolated localities or when delay in obtal.,
ings sanitary relief is avoidable, the physician and nurse must drect. the
EDUCATIONAL VALUE, members of the b holda n applying the prescribed regulations.
s an acute, infectious, febrile disease Additional prcatUo in suldpur fumigation, recommended by the IBelt
o susceptible Individuals through the Authorities Il e~Wu annittioa in New Orleans during te pres
mown, by the single species, the Steg- epidemic:
domestic or cistern mosquito of New Rermovte l ornaets o .betal, euh s. brA s copper, vr gil
s in which yellow fever prevails. f ro the rom g Ic to be bemiotted. All oects or a etallie nature.
on of yellow fever exists in the blood which Cannotr tb rehOe can be protected by covering th tightly
rst three days of the dease; ater- with paper, V wlt a thin coatMing of tvaseline applied with a lsuhL
re t the ealtys of the disease; after Remoe fr the to be fumigated all fabric mati after thor.
e to the health of others Hence the roughly akin. Op all drawers and doors of furniture a eleeMe
hta) Is powerless to t bcegonv The room abo4 d b loeed and made as tight as possible by Steppla all
fats) weey e opening* in clawkeyholes and cracks near !SS^s to h
until at least twelve day have elapsed wll holes and cracks ner w
Th period of inacubatl a i the ma mroc-s an* by pasting strips of paper (old m~ewgPa ) over
.e germ of the ,lsease to breed in the them with a pOte of 11r.
)m the insect's stomach to its salivary The sipKr s hbe laeed In an Iron pot, flat skilled pr red ad
w Fever Commission found, in 1900, this plceed s rsts in a tub or other convenient water reegptsgg with about
eve days, in the hot summer months, an inch of w"V in t1* bottom. This is a precaution whileskl be bs to
winter season. guard "gaiit aecddlnts, as the sulphur Is liable to boil over w a e fre to
er germ in its body during the period the boas.
y to transmit the disease durllag the The sdlu Il nitd by sprinkling alcohol oesr it atd ~ghltn
aay extend over 154 days, provided the T_ heept closed for two hours, emd ta p pe
Walter Reed was able to imoealate -an rtt
rep days old. Gutteras with another -M the tuble eatents of the room, UnSti the length of
moute, Btegomyla FPasc ta Havaa te rm ly .i tl. d this total by the height, 4e: th amount
ays old. With us, in Loupisla, says J b isasste the room divide the --h a ts by 50,f
wenoty4onr hoMrs after emer fn anm ad the nmtt l e s _ae of selphur revlI o um
tfme, that: (I) the females of 8teg SL r 9s rn 15 feet lam, 10 feet v1Se W iTfet lag e w
r will bite; (2) that the female, aR*t wonldSly f1/l u M 1,500 emthe Meet. #rlsle bp 50 1d y
second tUe, or at least Ant five o llI hW require vi: s p .



tI1 t p sW tsolla. e* wy be through' ors stance, the entire Import trade b * "M day.
t -W *~[ IaVt repro- of the gulf ports s from countries t ad ot blood r d bood?
.iwr ixL. -i The Review where yellow fever Is supposed to be Tom1w yo *wf bod Is
"7WU. .LJOMW5 says: endemic. How would the gulf ports e ad bo bah AD
"Tta' 6tl OrefMta wi3 send a del- like to have their entire import trade
It 8 ae or Wa ea plow a ccr- egation to the QumaQ tine Convention diverted every summer to Northern your own docIr B king As
tain Seld a IIF o 14 bours to be held mnet math in Chattuaooga ports on the plea that it would be Sarsaparilla r *n WDow
each, h w ur5 r s inist 1S Iavortia the wreaer of al! quaran- dangerous to the public health of the o .ii
m Ae to A the oI la 5& days time VFeeral Govern- country to maintain communicating
of 10 hoars e ient, j and it will be between Southern ports and tropical .. ..
8 d eo0 a SL 1ht T 1rdessive delegation. countries where yellow fever is en- seven days have elapsed. but Dupree says that the Stegomylas in Loulsian*
8 mul en do tlb'W0 |! 15 dY The 490 o all municipa!,con- demic? that hsve been isolated ,rd reared apart from the males will bite promptly
of 9 1-3 bDars. wn or 10 hours, 1 trol eutd so e r, in the fever Federal control of quarantine is a and frequeent Probably after they nave digested their blood meal, and lml
man will re re I X 140 bours or Aght ,aes. te way for this greater big question, and an exceedingly com-, Anopheles, within three to five days after.
114 hodra to o the work; 16 men and tareacktat asrreader of the plex and dangerous question at that, 5. A period. v arvng from tw to five days, usually elapses after the bteo
will require 1-14 t -110 or o70 hors, counties and Stae. Sucqe States as and all Southern States would do we!l of an infected mosquito before tbe symptoms of yellow fever will develop 14
to do the work, 16 men in days of Arkansas, T ts, Mississippi andl to go slowly in the matter, even the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow fever, and the
10 hours each or 50 hours, wll do Alabama can be rolled upon to check where maritime quarantine alone is United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found that in thirteen cacas
50-70 or 2-7 of the entire work lea- this att ept, but these should be on concerned. Our Biloxi contemporary of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied
ing 5-7 to be done by the boys. the watch for tactics of the Louisiana has an excellent opportunity to stud:. from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculatlon.)
1 Now 15 boys can d the work In contingent tht they may not be Federal quarantine methods at first 6. Frm tt above, we gathe:- that if an adult Stegomvl Fasciata bites
149 hours; one boy will require 15 X caught nappfl. There will he little hand, as the Ship Island quarantine a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have
140 or 2100- haor. One boy in one objection to the Federal ailtoritles station is but a stone's throw, so to to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (Incabation
hour will do 14100 of the entire work. having the direction of matter 'on speak, from Biloxi's doors, and fro:n period in the mosquito); then, if i; bites a susceptible person at the tplrn-
One boy in 5 days of 10 hoars or 50 the sea, but no State shquld surren- Gulfport and Scranton, also, for that tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to maafest it-
heors will do 50 X 1-2100 or 50-210 der its affairs into the kepplng of any' matter. Before being so quick to ad- self in the bitten person, Therefore, inestimating the probable spread of
oftheentire work. Therefore to do branch of the Federal Governmen. vocate Federal control of maritime: yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons In his environ.
2-7 of the work will require as manm The Picayune is not convinced that quaranitne, rr Mi.sissippi contem-, ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
boys as 50-2100 or 1-42 is contained New Orleans will be so overwhelm- porary would do well to carefully the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed "awards the 4@e-
times in 2-7 or 12 boys, Ans. ingly in favor of Federal control ot study the situation at Ship Island and traction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fart that several
quarantine as our Misalss!pp! contem- give the world the benefits of the ob- days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first ca-. may bite a
How Much of Your Life Is pent in porary supposes. The Picayune cer- servations it can conduct with so lit- susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
Trying to talnly hopes that our -onservative tie inconvenience, owing to the close days, which %p the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in the
GET OUT OF THE FRYING PAN commercial organization will be too proximity of the Ship Island lazaretto. present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected ,ase
wise to take snap judgemeut on so It certainly would be the height of after its first appearance in a given locality.
Without Getting Int the Fire? important a matter which strikes at folly to turn any phase of the quar- 7. The Stegomyla Fasciats cannot convey yellow fever during the time
the moet vital features of State sov- antihe problem over to the ,Federal that the poison is incubating in its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma;
To many people the little accidents ereignty. This paper' doe no' even Government until the whole subject bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but Its bite is innocuous: neither
and Incidents of daily life turn Into accept the B1io1t journal's view, that has been patiently and fully investi- does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person.
S"wng Pans" with exits leading into there will be little objectio- to Fed- gated and considered. New Orleans 8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites I ee. articles
eral control of maritime cuaranrtie. may send delegates to the convention or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients o
flames-which is mretly another way By placing the control of quarantine at Chattanooga favorable to Federal their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bedling
1 of saying that these people "stew" of our great ports in the hands of the control of quarantine, as our Biloxi or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximity
t and fret and worry over things that Federal Government a f'vw Federal contemporary says, but the delega- with the sick, is unnecessary.
happen, and in seeking "ways out," oflcials would be given the power to tion as p whole will certainly be far 9. The bodies or cadaver of the dead from yellow fever are Incapable of
eme u y only in divert trade from one port to another, from unanimous. transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days ao
Sor remedie, usually only succd in the disease (a rare oocurrence); and then only if mosquitoes are allowed t
Making things worse. bite the body before decomposition has set In.
It requires but a small thing to put %YrMrIX h C M411 W**X--RW.X I VW 10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the blact
vomit. evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
Sthe average man or women on a "fry- 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as It always is. by the bite of the
ing pan." The loss of a good clerk, a ldl e to Stegomyla, confers Immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
goad customer, a good tenant, a pocket
book, a servant-any one of the eJacksonville Times-Union.) o t T
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throughout. Tn mammoth furniture store of West Flor- TATL
Ida offers grand opportunities of home furnishing sel-
dom sen. Everything here complete from front hall to
Itecneo--ad yours for the asking Easy terms. The Uniontown, Pa., Nes a ta-
S4' drd, contains the following regard
MAr l99 & QU L I,; a well known West Florida citizen:
S, Judge Porter of Fklrida.
10K)1) S PaldoK St. Phone 148. Penscola, Fla. Judga John Thomas Porter,* anltive
of Fayette county, is here from his
,home at Grand Ridge, Fla., to remain
Until after the sale next Saturday of
the old Ebeneser Finley farta near
A HUNboats already launched As soon asNew Salem. His wife is interested in
that property, being the oldest sister
they were mseated In the boats they be iy
LEGEND OF THE ORIGIN OF THEIR an to move of t e Mrs. Emily Finley, is the executor and
er PRACTICE current or the river changed and administrator of the estate and wiil
IEARFUL PRACTICES. f~lwed uphill On their arrival at the efw the farm for the benefit of thp
village they found that the rice, which brothers sad sisters of her late hus-
o Ime"ndeisarv Saava e of a me I had only been planted a few days be- band, as previatd in the' will,
as e neseem low. kIt In Femer I fore, was already ripe; that those who This farm consists of 181 acres and'
Dayns so Mu comutcd 'rat me Mad had been left behind IIl were now re no deed has ever been made for it
aheniima naemy. covered; that the lame could walk and since the days of William Penn Iu coo-
the blind see. nial timas in Pennsylvania. The land
ee foo of te hunting was suppreed was entered by Rev. James Finley, the
i in the forests of the Interior of Bor- Bfreshly te hentid wee rqresid n rst Presbyterian minister who camen
e, and in order to observe that inter- ny t aken heads we re equie to this country, coming here on as
estin mortal on his native beath you connection with a great number of at a time when there were no road
eivil and religious ceremonies. except Indian trails. The farm d0-
mast leave behind railroads and steam If a chief died It was necessary to scended by will from him to hiftm so
uers put yourself and your belongings decorate his grave with a head, fo" If Ebenezer Finley. Sr., and then on
Into a native "longboat" and travel for this were not done the spirit of the de- down to Ebenezer Finley, Jr., and
days up oe of the great rivers which parted on paying its last visit to its then to the late A. W. Finley, by whom-
rie In the mountains of central Bor earthly home before retiring finally to i: wa left by will to his brothers and
M m an La thei<-r way Into he Chir.b balua matal ("the fields of the dead") sisters.
Sa theirwaynwould see that proper respect had ot Judge Porter has been United States
a. bea paid to his corpse, and he would commissioner in Florida for 10 years
The ergl of head hunting among curse all his surviving relative so ann thathas time tried neely 1000
he Dyaks is told in a legend which has they would become blind, deaf or lame. Iut 1et e n 18 59 thn yette yeorters
bern handed down from father to son In some tribes it was the custom to marr:ae, for Illinois. He lived in
Sfte same farff time. to which even secure a number of heads whenever a Illinois and Iowa for a number of
a taaHll or an Edward Atkinsou chief died under the belief that the years and for the last 23 years his

waUd hesitate to affix an exart date. murdered men and women would go to home has been in Alabama and Flori-
It appears that a cerain chief of the the next world with the dead chief as da. He originated the towa of Grand
Itbep tribe of Dyaks. Tokong by name, his personal attendants. Ridge which now has about 600 inhab-

was off ith some of his men on an But there was scarcely any Impor- 'itants annd which has a syrup industry
expedition to punish a band of robbers tant occasion which did not call for which this year made up into syrut
who had attacked a Silbol village. They heads. A chief's child could not be 142 acres of cane, or more thta ann
traveled by river until they reached a given a name until a head had been se- other ommunty intt thet Palne
#state. it Is the intention to inasfte
point near the camp of the robbers, and cured: a Dyak youth could find no fa- the acreage of cane to 50 acres and
tben, after fastening their boats to the vor in the eyes of his sweetheart until then make sugar instead of syrup
bank, they. wtted in the shade of some he had taken a head or two; nothing Judge Porter has with him samples ol
re-sto. ak a good round meal before Insured so much good luck, either in the cane which grows about six feet
"- ey made the projected attack. Just war expeditions or in rice planting, as high. About 500 of the stalks will
s they were about to start Tokong the addition of a few heads to the col- weigh a ton and a ton will make 26
bead a gruff bas voice issuing from election, with which the veranda of ev- gallons of syrup or from 200 to 225
bahad a bowider, and on going to the ery Dyak house was decorated, pounds of sugar.
spot e saw a large frog surrounded The head hunter as seen today in
by Imt young ones. He greeted the frog. Borneo is a reformed character; but, HOSPITABLE FOLKS.
who thereupon addressed him at length although that element in his life which
oa the subject of I)yak fitlting meth- exercised a morbid fascination for all One Never Sheold a SUma1 DIelMa
eod. "What fools you are." he said. "to lovers of the horrible and grotesque no TabSe a IasaUl.
aestet yourself when you kill an ene- longer exists, there remains much that The Brazil!Ans are a most hospitable
my by taking his aca'p to adorn your a quaint and Interesting in the daily people. Although they have large faU
shMelds and sc~btards. Now. if you life of the Dyak. llles, they take in all tell stray.'un-
would only take the whole head you In common with a grea6,number of fortunate relatives. It Is not vnnsual
would find that every kind of good for- people in all ages and In all parts of to find households of twenty-four per-
tune would attend you." the work the Dyaks have an elaborate s ns or more. Ofttimes the host ad
After sae discussion with his fol- system of taloo, which they call per- hostess have no childrenmand the tfa-
krwers Tokong decided to give the matong or lali. One of the most inter- i y is made up of estmanr ca Mlas
tra's plan a trial, and so when they testing of these taboos is that known and relatives in-law. One se r Me. a
atteeked the obber the next day they as permatong padi, whilc is a taboo small dining table in BraIL It II al-
took good care to carry off the heads that extends to all the member~ of a ways a very long board In a very larg
of them. What was their astonishment Dyak village during certain seasons of room. When it it s n to be all eacu-
a r eeblh the river again to find their the ric planting. pied the cloth is spread only at one
0-4- An occasional case of head hunting end. No effort Is made at artistic of-
ICE HAIR FOR ALL curs in the interior of the country, fects.- Rigid rules for table deport-
__E H R fR ut as a national custom It has died ment are not observed. Youe will not

Once Datroy the Dandruff Germ, and
Hair rows Luxuriartly.

*nt under the influence of a just but
firm government, which has declared
head hunting nto be ainst tha law -

Any 4me can have niee hair if be -- li mbroni -e.
or she has ot dandruff, which causes chronicle.
brittle, dry hair, falling hair and i Wt a em
baldness. To cure andrul'. it iit seems rely Imp le to e
necesary to kill the germ that caus(esallyeto e
it, and that is just Khat Newb:os, guish the homing l stinct In a good
Harplide does. Cornelius Grew Col- pigeon- A story Is told o a French
ta, Waah.. says: carrier pigop which was captured bi
ke bottle of Newbro's Herpicde the German soldiers during the siege
completely cured me of dandruff,' of Paris in 1870. The bird was being
which was very thick; and it has carried in a balloon from Paris to
stopped my hair from falling out."i some point in the country, whence it
It makes hair soft and glossy. as silk; was expected to return to Paris wfth
delghtful odor, and refreshing hair a message. It was taken to the Ger-
dresaing. It permits the hair to grow man headquarters and presented to
abundantly, and kills the daidurff the commander, Prince Frederick
gSrm. For sale by W. A. D'A'em- Chare who sent it to his mother In
berte, druggist and apothecary, 121 Germa e t was pce in
outhPalaox eret or "end 1Oc !n Germany. Hein It wu placed in a
tam Paator amtle, to he Herpicide splendid roomy aviary and carefully
Com s Detroit, Mich. ted and nourished; but, although It was
kept here, living In the lap of royal
-. -- luxury for four years. the Frekch
pigeon did not forget its fatherland.
At the end of that time the aviary
Sd wasd left open one day. The pigeon
flew out, mounted high in the air, flew
i about for a moment as if to find the
U^ -d points of the compass and started In a
straight line for Paris. Ten days aft-
erward It beat Its wings against the
entrance to Its old loft in the Boule-
wh haV tg n Its, vard de Clichy.- There It was recog-
a i vri. I "ed, and, Its case being brought to
ab & & [n IYmrS. public attention, It was honored as a
patriot returned from foreign captiv-
Ity. It remained at the Paris Jardin
I- 4'Acclimation until It died in 1878.

A Crltlel-m by List.
A story of List recites that on a
certain occasion a Miss M. was play-
ing a sonata by Steradale Bennett, a
work of a very prosy type and cer-
tainly lacking in anything like spon-
taneity or poetry. Liszt was evident.
ly not familiar with it. so, after play-
ing some six or seven pages, he gently
tapped Miss M. on the arm and said,
S"Mademoiselle, would you kindly name,
the piece you are performing',"' Cer-
tainl sir." she replied. "It Is the
sonata 'The Maid of Orleens.' by Wil-
lam Sterndale Bennett. ".H'm." said
Liszt. "It's a pity the original manu-
script didn't meet the same fate as the

Goo Lttle Beos.
Mother-I'm glad you're playing with
good little htys now. Tommy-Yes'm.
They ain't Ifke the other kind. I kin
lick any one o' dese kids If I wanter.-
Philadelphia Ledger.
The True Pktll her.
There may be wisdom without knowl-
edge. and there may be knowledge
without wisdom, but It is he who pos-
sesses both that is the true philosoper.
1 -Robert Southe.

gain the frowning enmity of Fyer hat-
es if you splash her table Itl e with
wine. If she notices it at all ahe will
think good naturedly that those thin
cannot be helped.
Bread comes by the yard to it wtti
Coffee in the morning. The midGay
breakfast is begun with salad ad emle
with guayaba jelly, cheese and a dell-
clous little cup of black cedOe.
Dinner Js a repetition f ieakft
in dishes and in order of wrvlag,
eept g that soup s .tsultttutd tar
salad at the beginning and mese t
ts are offered.

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You There!

Hold up Your Head

Quit Talking Yellow
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business and goto




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Buckwheat. Graham Hem, Oat Meal.
Barley. Everything fresh nt'n~ w au
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Sulphur Powder,

Sulphur Candles

Formaldehyde Lamps


Druggist and Apothecary,
Phone 109 121 8. Palafox St.

Manufacturers of
and Delers in

It a M oGw test Wing Pewer *l
AAmy lring An lml.
It has been demonstrated that the
wing area of different flying creatures
varies from about forty-nine square
feet per pound of weight in the gnat
and five square feet in the swallow to
half a square foot per pound of weight
in the Australian crane. The frigate
bird has the most wonderful wing
'power of any of the flying animals,
being able to cut the air at the rate of
100 miles an hour and live continually
on the wing day and night for a week
er ten days. Oratthologists of note
even WgRteR as their opinion that a
healthy Iatvidual of this species
would be equal t' the task of making
a trip around tlhworld without once
desata its wn I~ rest It is also
gilmeltht soma epeedes can remain
motinleain l the alwror homrs without
Sapping their w s That they can
4xert thet times the horsepower per
pound of wedht that a man can and
about the same amount more than a
bore. It Is, Without question, a fact
that bli'13i general can exert phys-
cale energy r that I' W thout parallel in
nature. It is generally supposed that
birds are lighter, bulk for bulk, than
other animals, but repeated experi-
menta have proved that there are no
prounds'upon which to base such an
opsu M.

Mew Il J l es C0antered.
When the English government do-
aounced John Paul Jones as a pirate
the American naval hero neatly coun-
tered. He replied that he had looked
In the dictionary and found a pirate
defled as "an enemy of mankind,"
and, "as England was then at war with
the whole of America, the greater part
of Europe and much of Asia, not to
speak of a bit of Africa, she in point
of fact came as near being the enemy
ao mankind as couln well be conceived
and that England was therefore the
pirate and not Paul Jones."'

Naeloem as a nDa m man.
Thackeray once saw Napoleon on the
Island of St. Helena. The novelist-he
was born in Calcutta in 1811-was on
his way to England as a child. "Our
ablp touched at an Island where my
black servant took me for a long walk
over rocks and hills until we saw a
man walking in a garden. That is he,'
aild the black man; 'that Is Bonaparte.
He eats three sheen every dav and all

b */

Make Yeor Guems.
A beautiful young lady and her once
beautiful mbther were walking down
the street together when they met two
gentlemen whom the mother knew.
"How much your daughter resembles
you!" exclaimed one.
"How closely you resemble your
daughter!" exclaimed the other.
Now, which of thee two gentlemen
do you think was invited home to tea?

A mothers Anrwer.
When Earl Ferrar had been con
ricted of murder great efforts were
'made to obtain a pardon on the ground
that he was insane. His mother being
appealed to and requested to write a
strong letter on the subject, answered,
"Well, but if I do. how am I to marry
off my daughters?"-Green Bag.
At Her Best.
"This picture of your wife is an.
gelic. Does it look like her?"
"Well-er-it looked like her when
she was posing for the photograph,
Yes."-Detrolt FreePress.

Read All This

the little children he can lay hands You Never Know the Moment When
o.' That black serving man was not hi Information May Prove of
the only person of the time to believe Infinite Value.
The story which he told. Infinite Value.
the story which e toldIt is worth c-nslderable to any citi-
Perfect Mamers. zen of Pensacola to know how to be
Pollteness is perhaps Instinctive with cured of painful, annoying and itching
omem piles. Know then that Doan's Oin-
some, but with the majority it s a ment is a positive remedy for all itchi-
matter of training of the slow and care- noes of the akin, for piles, eczemi,
ful discipline of voice and eye and etc. One application relieves ani1
carriage. Under this training all the soothes. Read this testimony of :ts
angles of personal vanity and self con- merit:
sciousness are rubbed off, the person Mrs. U. Mertins, lin'.r 'L ,vebs iu-
becomes adorned with grace, ease, gen- tendencia street, Lays: "I used Doan's
tleness and simplicity, and what may Ointment, which I procured at Sidney
eem to the untrained observer as the Kahn's drug tore, No. 9 South Pala.
perfection of naturalness may be sim- lox street, for eczema which had
ply the perfection of culture. bothered me for more than ten years.
It was worse during the heated part
of the year than any other time, and
safe. I suffered terribly. I used one oin;-
"But," said the lawyeryour case, meant and salve after the other, but
emsBut, hoped the lawyer, yodon't r ca with little success, and treated with
anems hopeless. I don't see hat I y different doctors but without obtain-
can do for you. You admit that you ing marked benefit. When one fifty-
beat your wife." 'cent box of Doan's Ointment cured me
"Yes," replied the defendant, "but i is no more than natural that I should
nmy wife's testimony will discount that. be pleased to let others know of the
She'd never admit that she was beat- wonderful merit of this preparation.
en." It is a remedy which all sufferers
from itching skin disease can rely
N view. upon with the utmost confidence."
Mrs. Guashington I suppose, now For sale by all dealers. Price 50
that you have been abroad, you have cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
your own views of foreign life? Mrs N. Y., wole agents for the United
Newrich--No. we ain't got no views. States.
We didn't take no camera; it's o com Remember the nanm-Doan's--und
_ take no other.




The following letter about the Bald-
win county court house fight from Tom
Tate Tunstall, of Tensaw, appeared in
the last issue of the Jay Minette
Times, and will prove of interest to
Journal readers:
Editor of Baldwin Times:
About the Baldwin-county court
house. As a native of the whilom
"state of Baldwin," now the county
and having never expatriated myself
still owe my allegiance to my native
heat and feel an Interest in all mat-
ters pertaining to Baldwin. This
goes to say that I have given some
attention to the correspondence on the
subject of the court house squabble
and' where this term of the Circuit
court should be held. I have read the
communications of all the learned
counsel who have expressed them-
selves on the subject and noted the
contrariety of their views and arrived
at the conclusion that the maxim that
doctors disagree finds an appropriate
application to lawyers. Their quota-
tions and citations o, statutes and de-
cisions recalls to mind what Lork'
Byron said about the world. He said
"The world is a bundle of hay,
"And mankind are asses who pull;
each tugs it a different way."
Now my honest conviction is that
Daphne never was the county seat of
Baldwin county proper. I have con
suited some of the oldest citizens of
the county and they have no recollec-
tion of how or when it was removed
to Daphne.
The last session of the Circuit
Court of Baldwin that I attended be-
fore the war was in the spring of
In 1856 I went to Spain as Unitec'
States Consul at Cadiz and returned
in 1866 and found that one of old Billy
Howard's tenement houses was being
used as the court house. I am satis-
fied there never was an election to re-
trove the court house from Blakely to
Daphne. The old court house at
Riakely was so dilapidated and barely
tenable and the place so deserted and'
abandoned that doubtless at some
period during the war the books, rec
o:'ds and.all the county effects were
removed to Daphne for safekeeping
and preservation from the invasion of
the Federal army then on the way
'I have read the letter of Mr. Stouts
on the court house question to Judge
Browte, and ; consider it a clearer
ana' more exhaustive statement than
any I have seen on the subject and re-
gard it as a clincher, and ought to,set-
tie the court house controversy as to
where the court house is until an elec-
tion can be ordered and held by the
people, and my conclusion is that
Judge Browne will hold court at Bay
Minette and not Daphne.
In other words Mahomet wll have
to come to the mountain as the moun-
tain vill not go to Mahomet.
Of Tensaw.
Tensaw, Ala., Oct. 10, 1905.

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The Truth About Stoves

By ik LaWst fakers of Stows and Rapr is te Word
M ANY rope0 have b es demilBs la bev- Rece win our |pegrt Advice ald kral
lortbhaetmove p beese of a wil not put you under ay obHiaMtieo sa
leo pw rwhee e pedrM prove We simply desire the opportuaatyto gle ye
them the moet mnV evidence of the tni.do., u~pwC ri of o G=
A small price may be paldor a tow which laed" Sies and Raes, and leaver Me Ibu
lookL attractive at (th etalote, w eh has decision entirely with you.
been described perfect." baItut isB ae to *
prove a wry Mpeaie pwuhag: tor tea la order that "Carla Swvee ad Je
chances to one, trouble wMl arise frm this shall last. we make them of the very be
stove in a month's time-it may ot beat or materials and employ the most expert work
cook properly, or It may consume fuellkea n the world.
locomotive.r The the material I the stove *TCwolaa Steve and Imw are diura
itself may wer s poorly that at the d of a nd handsome in appearance. They are bi*
year or so it wi lav to be replace. aickeled and each "nOmrtl will last a lhtetii
You nemr et soethiw for nothm i this "GCalmd ir and ramns. wil not "'b a
world, and when you pay a mall price for a out." but will heat and cook perfectly. and we
stove, that price mst cover the cost of material sa fuwl. sav rOepair. s aw n .or. Mw mery.
and labor, and tclude a reasonable pret. con. We have local dealers who handle our stovs
sequently inferior cast-ron and steel, and the exclusively. in nearly every village. town am
cheapest and most inapeprien dlabor, must city in the United States. You can examl
go into this seemiaglylow-pricec stova "CfGla nd" be oe you tby. Instead at
EzPort Jres AdVi ree. after. You can satisfy yor-
We have opened an self that Gt"Crsoh awe
A',dvice Department." exactly as represented.
in charge of an expert There will It no freltht
stoveman, imply to ten to pay os auihrd
the people. abof Wy t s and the dealer wll sot
of cost. all about stoves. them up without ca w
And this expert wil ho If no dealer t vyow
estly advis* ye ust town sells "G sde4"
whiah stove or reas* or you dec to buy a
will best suit yor ne a. stove not t yor local
We also want those who dealers stock. you can
have lost money on th& ejoy the above advab.
seemingly inexpensive teas. We will mae a
stove, to let us tell them' seriall arrneent s
how they can sav money tat the stov ye warSt
by buying a "Gerlad." wl be dive red to yes
even if the Aflt ct to a a property sr op ready
little more than that of tbhe for use I yew owa hoe
cheap and onsathifactry sto. The Wrt Gura of 1
We want them to let us tell them about the Miem LL Stee Cneispi accompanies
advantages of "Carkad Steves anld lAmaee every stove. and protects you by the abseolM
which always prove a good lavestmeet. guaratee that every "Cerihm is as rep-
We makes "GeMWlad" to fit ery tr aO seated-- T Is~UW'tA m t.
and have books accurately decribing the dtfer
ent kinds. We cold not afford to ope this
"Advice Depertmeet" or sed out the valuable e Book o a
literature we do, free of charge, If "Garr Vlea d" rE& o B.
Stowe ad Rames were not distinctly suerior eas~~ ssg
to other makes: If the magnitude of our opera- jprt hPor e Adi se
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IIrest to pt them

Youl! bear men say. and we
believe it's true, that this store
does the Hat business of Pen-
sacola: be it so or not. we're
certain of one thing-

1t's tl9 Best Hat
ftee we know of.
We're ready to satisfy -very
demand, for the New Fall tylc .
Stiff Hats in the new block:
from $1.5 to $3.50. Soft Hats
In all the new shapes and
shades from 50c to $3.50.

Phone 297
Cor Main and Palafor Sts.




The natteti Ao f o mrci.ts ad vertisr
a in ernM l is directed to the fact that The
Journas VEKLY EDITION is now read by
p acticlly every reader in the county outside
of *he city who does not take the daily.
Advertseents in the DAILY reach prac-
ticaly al the city people and a large part of
the auntry people but an a rtisament in
bo0 the DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
ofi of tdbea-bot city and country*
THE WbtKLY JOURNAL is a conmple.
do d the local and tIelegraph news which
has been published in the daily during the
week, and it reaches every subscriber in time
for hin to read on Sunday.
m.e -e t ---. --b wbh o syb
taw cow tosta rs OW
*of Tb We'wny ,w 1.
It is mOad to ubcribers for L.00 per
year, ad prcicaly every voter in scambia
aC ty reask it

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Almost every stesmer ttnt wends tts
Way from Prance to the New World brings
alo mome new ad still more charming
development of what we. on these .boresa
term the Itaertei waist or bloue-.
Not that there is mu Iaindeed, any,
blonalneas or bagtcnes to the late ar.
rtvatla hot the term of blouse is so ctoa-
prebenslv that one appleU It to every-
Cthia of the elas, trrpective of de al
or otitte.
o tar tram bLowi L ay i bt or ta-
decattio of a waee g voge, te very
newest of there ebrmta eoeits aehahit
a ted6ency to follow te eranir ca. the
wa last note to ttitaCg modtbs. Each
ew ttle fed of Deam PFadshk t taken
up ad exakotted: every little derte that
will mprom the dlboate of the fligre
Si adopted. and all of the materials that
go to the tashltolr of te swamer
fte sare take up lkewie by the Ita.
aerie wailt
BDt there is aoe point that the Fremnc
w~ m tasts opO h these same tas
eastlae waits. and that Is that they
aed live up to their title. They must be
eay f ad truly Wo the tligerie persadoa.
w ki may be taken to aean that tber
lest be tabsoltely washable by the ord
PM oap and water leansing proeesm
aoLh that win et wtCbstaad the as*
psudf of the ktandres need be presented
Sthese ffor er teapetio. mad thbs In
spite of ts tact that the dar celstser's
art s br~at t to a higer pitch of perfe-
ties and oered at a far lower ate In
Pratee tha saywbere ese apo earth.
Tbe fastWM u as s eam sad aademotselle.
too, destods that her moat tttimate be-
longian hall be e objected to the alu-
ty influencee of the na and wind and
water, and tt os only t re Instances that
thbts rule Is t ohbsore
And. by the way. this term iagerle a v
pdled to loses sad watts t one that we
seem to bave forced upn the Parlidenaes
thesiseles. Te word Ilnerie ever there
It taken to tndliate only the most Intimate
garments of the talette, and even mch
posaessons as lounrgn rotwbe matinee.
petinoirs. etc.. are not included un'-r
this title. The Parlanne would jnst
sbot as toon think of Indicating her
dainty handsome blonuso by this title as
she would of w ring them In bed. Lin-
rerie to smethlng that t anot supposed
to be presented tto rnhlh view in the
wearnt. and s the title by whie we de-
ine theoe hawrlnattor possessions In
loese is decidedly misleading. tuo ay the

The sheer rt of hndkre'hlef linen, of
month linen and cotton littste. linen ca m
trlrc and the ronnd thread Irish linen, are
all in tl e hl ghet wteem for the summer
bloose. Hand embrolderle run riot. In
feet. the blouse that cannot show orsm
atonram of this mich-to-be-destred
needlerfrnt t hbopeessly out of the raee
for fashinnable favor
Anu to the elaboration of etrravarne,
-for that It what man of them amount
to-tbe vue of the old-time thread las
It being re red. In Europ there to a
very tivid interat In revrltnr *he old
timew l es and ladie of the btgrest so-
deley ae donit all within their power
to restoe what It fast tbomIng a lost
rt. Teaberf on ths side of the water
ame avtg aft tbey can do with clause
ad prvtrte puptfs. and pillow and bohhtn
beea are the fad of the bor. On often
wonder why all of thl has not been
ome before, for there is eomethlng to
te ral tOIep of eee the simple and
moat elementary character which the ma-
dae eop ea at erer reproduce ao mat-
ter bow eood it may bhe
o It s at the pillow and Mt te r-
weaving baebbla will be the martest
m wet tMe ma Ia thim. the
mafbta M a a Ire B ortid from ll4nd
or belgium Ithe MaxmI at tM atmne-
pbere tathee two lr4ying coftrit
vastly taorin ta f te eat
cobw Caby ofa ad wtth a
att*e practice the gid wh ts at all m*1-
hi with hber ean a en oia a to
!peo meal m arM an"
strl- e a-hm t wlm ae a ea a -
sidersetle sum tf ame f pur int
tl"- mart I abW
Tbe fadMIt ft Bet owe Iagie
absma. is sanoter of the amuo fadK
ead whee beth A s aid eabsulery sa
the 1 011111t ato o h do e@="hug

orglal and Individual is the uual re-
Bltoom of allover embroidery are among
the best of the late arrivals. The fash-
louiag of thets la simple In the extreme,
for the modishneM of the material It
largely relied upon to make the cachet
of th tionse. and any attempt or fasl.
nes In these expensive possesslons Is
considered In the light of an attempt to
"gild the illy. or adorn tbe rose."
Sleeves are delightfully various. Tere are

The Plain Silk Para-

sol and the Fluf-

fy Design.

Parasels Wlth Ibb. IMmeren.
The parasol of striped d0lk I thabq
will at to with any member of vartde
costuames especially wheo tnhe stIl M
low te recent tfashio of shIWt .thr .t
blurred aad nladistlt ltm. The m.u*
toured Is a reech prodemuOI, ltI I
being an Ivory Iade o( wM f th *
stripe a faint violet that i -D4 6
either edg *o th It Iet eam t R MI,
the white. Tih ribboa Mes t lAr
border, on the geotraru isto Na PI1
sbade of pink. one that hLra b IM I.
with the violet, thubm rli SM t9
the best color tads of thek amm. wMih~
combines pink aad vbet-W 1o r 1'
ploklab mauve-t a -a-S. 4tgM
There is a wrid roe patty e a I it
pink on the Dredem ritM hiS t IW "M
lowing the faucy r blrre a t I~e L
IIOes,.-th foia titlang a LL sm i
cool ireen teat ser to mt1 tMhe la,
coloring deltbtf ul. nTh I*Me
tips are diver glit and the ~W 1
of tbose long bogsod shafgt = '
a totem pole and diltg a wM a
luffy chel of Lat)d rthlbe wa
down the handle. from wh c haNg M
gold tamels to sccrd Vwith thl IM of
the frame and tl~
The Plameet oet -a-he- de" l

While the macbnel embarMele am e
talnly woederfnlly fiae a4d leMOEG te
hand embrotder ave dse*amrtia l*
distlnetns that it all tibr ei.s a p*e
asirast ay sort of a 11oCeM YQ
waatoTever. This l well
tbe 0 raol pl etw e- a "Wea
brldtedd te of -the i a iMMs
uod. The paranul top IO. IsI*
wort. the deslg well pa d 1iPf0t
so that it stands out In
and high rlle The Itleate S -et the
2o asn d so tat rk e w

crystal al b at the top f a Ia
wa Gth of lttle roses el
from a sheer llies tables rm
as edglCg to the embruldr mer
tbh sa lewte serving s as a th.
fluty agacese that aree4 a0 8 nctl
part Oattb sunshade.

rome that come only to the elbow and are
either a simple puff or a fluffy mas of ruf-
fes. Others show mltalne cuff. Often-
times extending well down over the hand
or stopplug at the writt and the daluty
woman's friend, the dre shbleld, is now
Included among the Imperative neeessl-
ties of the toilette.
The ribbon accessoreas, too, are charm-
Ing. and belts, celutures sashes and
girdles are fashioned after fancy shapes
and deftly stayed with featherbooe rods
to hold their smart shape.

The Summer Sunshade and the Silken


The sunshnde of some kind or variety to
Just as necessary to the summer girl-
Ie she stately lady or saucy sonbrette-
as Is the fan to a Spanish woman. With
It ahe achieves the crowning touch to the
toilette, and the sunshnde carried Is
largeIl the medium w hereby the sartorial
slBtnlflcance of the occa onm a expressed.
Qne clever girl announced the other day
while on a sboppfin tour her second
summer wtbd, she called It; for she was
taking advantage ot the woulerful tbr-
gains that the midsummer brings In the
exclusive shops whoe patrons purchase
novelties entirely regardless of season or
weatber-ebe announced that she called
sunshades all those creations of chif-
fons. of batiste, of linen-In fact, all
that were frilly and fluffy and Ideally
summery In their appearance were sun-
shades Parasols. sbhr (onItitnud. were
the more sober. ti)nuCh perhaps none the
less costly, affait' of -i!k. anu she always
made quite a distiutlion L-twween the
In the summer silk ttlst .re used to
fashion all sorts nudl cl;:raeters of tol-
lettes. from thel usefuI shirtwaisf suit of
the mor.ings right on up to frilly frocks
for the afternoon. Damne Fashion declares
that those a !o i.o;t faithfully follow
her mandates ::-t haret the parasol
made from ex: I tthe same piece of silk
as fashions the gown. Only a trtfle of
two yards extra is needed for this. and
the mounting may cost just as much or
as little as o ie chooses to pay.
The mountings, though. of the late ar-
rivals from France are far different from
what the springtime heralded. Some para-
sol shops looked for all the world like
some memorial menagerie, the handles of
everything being carved In representation
of the bead of some bird or beast or fish.
Parroa were In especial esteem; the
golden eagle perched on a parasol han-
dle looked like almost anythtug but a
picture of national ilgnity. while a for
the greybounds te rers, poodle, tigers,
elephants and all ibe rest, there were so
many to cboos* from that the choice was
However, this fancy for the bizarre a
already pae. and a more graceful
fahlio bhas taken I s place. The new
tlek are all of them delghtfllly log.
eaoe of them apprawhing the Dtreetotrt
ame t length and whom they are race-
ftlly carried they prove a most effective
adfmet to a smat toiette and a lever
poa Laon pla Mettta of easam wood.
the coer etsang theL l o batmte.
and wit dee Itti "he tieM ea abast

tMt *o lSe Meln di S eir m
tan so aI ses

are shown, with round ball tips almost as
nlrge as a pea. Others are In gilt with
Just the same ball tips: while still others
are of {be usual wire. but enameled to
match the stick and the covering of the
umbrella. Color contrasts, though, are
cleverly managed In some. For example,
a pale blue silk parasol painted In violt:s
has the frame and tip In sliver: while a
vivid red one has them in gilt; and a
smart touch Is added In the little go'd
tassels that drop from the handle rosette.
The white sunshades have the frame
somtlimes in pale blue. In pink or in
green. just as fancy may dictate: and
the handle trimmings sometime show a
repetition of this touch of color.
One does not often associate velvet with
a summer sunshade: but the most be-
witching knots of velvet rllbbon are perch-
'd upon the frilly and fluffy sunshadle.
That It Is In colored velvet goes without
saying, for there Is a certain Insipidity to
white velvet for snch purposes as to put
it out of the running altogether. In fnot.
on the white Ineon nod batiste sunshades
it Is quite the correct thing to repeat thi
ribbon trimnmings of the white gown. and
when these are in velvet, as already
hinted. the effect is doubly smart.
Ribbon velvet abnds, too, are used to
edge some parasols of silk, and some very
novel effects are to be seen in this There
Is a new ribbon that shows one side velvet
and the other a satin plaid. On a son-
shade of solid color thbl makes for the
most delightful effect.
Other ribbons, too. find novel uses in the
parasol parade. Silks of faint and In-
determinate printings show a hand of rib-
bon above the edge In marked but bar-
motions contrast. Then there are esn-
shades that are fatirely covered with
rocked. pleated or qullled ribbons, the one
row overlapping the other with the flat-
flest effect: and the ae of shaded
schemes, the darker rk*bo at the top and
shading down to the flntest tint at :he
edge. or vice versa. Is n high e atm.
Gause ribbons are particularly charming
In this guise; and one I several shades
of lavender has a aw of dlvr gause rib-
bon Introduced every third or fourth sow
with the most hewttehitg rest. A bun
of silver gauss rume desrate the log
pearl haodi.

Te very determined iort M the part
of some Partalan leaders oe te mo to
populartm the kow-eaked gW for day-
liUht wear ha t o re ted to as general

Dtu nekeas,- at eh hsea e- oano
the r-a; hat a ; ~ m m attle
square or I msw a
athe threat, sn )bek
tbe tkr- a toIk too- a- o1111
ai f lard eases 111 tmal
seaat, ealml s g

6j&3AaT cuL~2zrSz~z ~aO4'~7Z J O~

Thiead Lae Upona andkerwehle
The so-called Iingerie blouse show not
the slightest hint or indication of a wan-
Ing vogue. Indeed, so much to the con-
trary. It takes to Itself new and further
elaborations day by day. One of the lt-
eat of these is the ue of thread Iace; and
some of the simpler pattern is this are
oftentimes made by the wearer herself.
so that se can proudly .ast the bloose
is all her own handwork. The ileutra-
tio sabows oe of tbhe old-time plUow and
bobbin acs that are done in the Hollnd
Uane thread, and the line of the bleae
Is of the heer handkerchief quality. The
fantefagt Is in the bac thi allow the
trots to taMk the elaborate elaeme et
decoration labekpr Had-run MC la
7yoke shape kake t the wirod Ms
sees; and the a is whippl d ahe
anes beleg cat ont hbseath. The Mds
m -smaed In Lserteis se illed is 4th1
hacy stiteai saersl e the best bawa
m sebas res -AA med, The sIama iX
,-ki -'

full and plain an puff: the simple cuff
showing a few trck. ant a sle in tser-
tion of the lace.
Hand Embre deries and MaUde Le.
The various sections of this datatily a
blned lose one that is suitable for
formal luncheons or formal dinner, are
each panned separately. The yo the
oet empeeeament, ratw ad alsm dse-
ations are each made after a drmI, the
pritee brad being employed aa e-
giOmraut a taea tlaM s tteb em-
ployed to hold the patten tstbaM. Thm
them ai sa ped a ripS of e esp da
cbane embreso red to a trus destg of
"lI eyes, with a vtne peters eo-sect
twe geuv t Les"mm e" gkeld A
sIhr V g low at thLe AIb Irt pat

IeN131 oa* beasIn. Tbhe bwmam I
Is Me the m eaer ~6~ Wrd- I to
fa all-r little am t so ts a" Me
else 1m a"e ~m~110s e a we s emt-

related by the asblrtas on the bta
seam, the lace beading appearing b
Smartly umploe Diuee ft A&ever
The allover embrolderle make eban-
lg blouse that will nt to or more oe-
eaions. perhaps, thaa any other ytse.
Usually the are fihraed rather siapty.
the modihaem et. the material bd re-
eWd upoa to predahe a dmy ebet
rather tham elabheatif a o tmmmif
Uor a f am In du as Ihe ewamle
wlustrated toi mee of the lzbb Msit-
blea senaem them a sightly remya
ten.*on ~ w do sMe aiM oe h ywo-
let weat asS the sifed bMd hft h e-
beieny um 'ap to ape bfl Then out
is as pia i -i ii w n b, te rI
w araN gd witL Mellow tuse tihe
beae" sawhu r soe eesh d awe
Me ba e s e s adsea a M. and Mea
t aese i ems bi s M Onton dm es
lade a de Meke

the tllares above the euf, ms a WIM
Valeocesles lace whipped as by hed
makes a dalaty fnOah at thema i wIlK
WhbeeVisessmatg nab*o Amms-

Rather a heavy in tIa sepi sealkp*
and bottoboled at the edge tos mae
eharing sunshade. The f MeaBN tb a
rose-colred batiste, and aon msl M
lappag reles of Male are p-edL. te
light fitering through the atbl. with
moet denbttal effect. The lek s me
of tbee tbe eoasehag af tirm, a l
bamboo maot tsvin a a bndi, ee idO
ead falshed eaort ard stbby. w lbel

F vr semmer riing the ---
senrt Is esadee ont LY
bet the tblrtwalst mut neo
style. Se ef the -ta I.
ato th wpath _asel s
mattb wMeb Ass- agAAA M 4
imart dube poset so he
Y*. ^ *i~lcl-i;
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Some Smart and Clever Features of Fashion.


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The JournaPs Oash Advertwements

o-ont- seo krt-s.04N x fe M" s t o* p tetes by the month.

Timber Lands I

To those persons who desire to make
"big money," large tracts of timber lands
a rd the opportunity. The price of lum-
ber is continually advancing and money
invested now in timber lands mean a
fortune late on.
If interested, write or call on us for

further information

Pensacola Ii
W. L EWIS l r mesl
J. L$U NWae. V.Oer s e. m 0 GMN

216 Som at Poalfox

bharosMl to ring phoae 6l. 1.0
bpMkt always oc hayd. Orders d
UIlvre to Dummy must be paid f
a adveasoe. eo. A. wVuovich, who]
Mie Mad retail dealer. P. 0. Bo U1

WANrT.-Coumlete copy of TI
Pr eant Journal of May 2. 13,I -.
ceM*i hd 11 wms ~Anyome possw
IM a complete copy wil cornler a &a
ci ea The Journal by s o ottyIng th
(cee md the copy wml be gladly pa
for. ISo
WANTwD.-oma e one with suitab
ot tob ld a ie room hose for m
d allow me to pay for it in install
rams. Good tkvestmet, as I am wl
im to pay a fti rate of laterLt. A
dies A. J. Homer, care Jornal
We want tpe public to remember thi
we amu bck at our old stead om s
overainm t street, and selling gi
ceies and produce cheaper than a

ctheamr Irm i naaola We -
what we my. Gm. W. Pryor & Sa

KgE & a U4 e m&StOU" paits
wAndecoartors. Fine varalshi.
MA woms Sw at'.'a ap
cimit. Assiftaeo bome 2W 2ft
90 "Mw u m buy or an ibw9
A mo wemad w gwm "W~mish
- Th a iLb
MIL7*C"I D mfube

wer oam phoe
3~~~==M Aso" &

me tkanu
86. Ressac
vwhas, "

WANtM.-Bverybody to know tlu
oar MBea of OoCee may be imitate
but ea't be equaled. New Orlesa
Ooenr Co. Ja. McHugh, Prop.

WA6TM).-The ebllc to know tha
we are pioneer Cofe Roasters o
iForida. New Orlesaa Grocery Co
&as. McBagh, Prp. U
WANTiD.-The Mercasats TranIe
Co. wa's your moving aad baalla
AU brakage Iauanteed. T. T.EoB.
e. ProM PVo t T7&. lumealm
We waat everybody *o kaow that w
ar w hiefsit and retail grocers an
still ar the old stand. New Orieam
Grooy Coo, Jas. McEaGh, Prop.

A. L 3DUmAM wants yOar mota
ed haallug. He guarateo all bresb
ae. Pheow ba
WANTED-YTour lectrc work of al
kLads. Lt us eleas yar tans. re
i oar dyama do your wirig. etc
rea pa 7 a ool mectri Co.

PAKT B weo woat at aeb kseta
r Ta- Wr thlmn ee i toI
Maer. w ted The Jornal Wea
AI a 6110t blp.

FOR RENT-A five-room cottage
1105 E Cervantes. 2 blocks from car
whb gas, bath and screened. No.
Apply to H W. Gibbs. Hardware
Dept.. Forbes Store. 13octlmo*
FOR RENT.-Residence lately o>
cupied by Dr.. S. S.Hall No. 111 W.
1Rua street. Apply to B. M. Cary.
4a Palafox street. TJa

WANTED.-My patrons to know that
my school will open at the ame
T.Iace as heretofore, as soon as the yel
lw ever situation will permit. Miss
Pattie Holden. 24ept.
NVANTED-The people oC F-aCola
to cease worrilng. Let The Jouaral
Want Ads soive the problem for yor
They are expe-: detectives, and can
find the man you are looking for it
be is included la the 25.00 or e.Ma
people wlica e akes the populatoo a o

J. A. POT i ker. TI. ol n Sa
rtes "e-t. Oreers bkeir b
Sm wfawags0.c a sme a sad beas
e& etc. Pritm remsesis asm



3 houses (new) renting $21.00 per FOR RENT
month.. ...... ......s....$1800.
Two 3 room houses, renting $10.00 6 rooms and' adjoins Mr. Laz Jaco-
per month .. ... .. by's ew place at Psherville. Desir-
able home for both winter and sum-

4 room house west Roman $800.00
For Rent.
7 room house, 91b E. Strong....$1- S
5 room house, 413 Guillemard 10.00
6 room house, 409 Guillem"ard'16.
List your real estate with me for

mer.. .............. ....$15.00
Want to buy, sell, rent or lease prop-
erty, borrow or lend money. It so,
call on or write us at 200 and 201
Thiesen Building.



Notice is herbby given that Fmur (4)
First Mortgage Bonds of the SOUTH-
$500 each, Mos. 122, 147, 149 and 220,
have been drawn by lot for redemp
tin from the amount to the credit ot
the Sinking Fund, and will be paid for
at the rate of $512.50 per bond with
accrued interest at the office of the
Knickerbocker Trust Company, 66
Broadway, on the first day of Novem-
ber, 1905, after which date said bonds
will cease to bear interest.
Dated October 18th, 1905.

iNleh, Fwrida ad Alabama Railway us.
Carrathlle, Tallabas Ml iwlala Railroad .
Schedule Taking Effect May 6. 1905.

Sunday Sunday
Southbound No. 1 only only
No. 3 No. 5 No3
Lv .' tlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a 7:50a.m
v Macon (C.of Ga. R.) 3:45am :3a.n ........ .......
I Lv Cuthbert.. ... 7:50am 405pm ........ ........
Lv Arlington............ 9:10a.m 5:15p m ........ ........
Lv Bainbridge...... ....11:00a.m 6:55p.m 6:20.m
Ar Tallahassee..............12: .p.m :40p. 8:05am ........
Lv Tallahasee (. A. Ry) :5pm 4:0am ........ ........
Ar Jack'vllle. (S. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p. u 10:50a.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahassee.. ......... 2:00p.m 8:00a.m 8-15a.m 8:50p i
Lv Socaoppy.. .........3:14p.m 10:00a.m 9:29a.m 9:.tp.mn
Lv Lanark.. .. .. .. . :45p.m 10:45a.m 10;05a.m 10:26p.m
Lv Carrabelle.. .......... 4:00p.m 10:15a.m 10:35p.a
Ar Apalachicola. .......... 7:00p.m ........ ........
Sunday Sunday
No**rthboundf _1. --.-

Rents collected and prompt retWns An Ordinance Regulating the Peddl- Nwo,2No. 2 Noo on.ly
. made. "..WE SELL LOTS" ngand Sale oIce the streets Apalach la.. .. .. .... 6:30m .. .
Imam" ,, __ "._ ,_,_ of the City bf Pensacola: Lv Carrabelle............ :30a.m 2:00p.m 6:00p.m 4: 3
LESL E E. B I. Lts For Sae .. .. ...t:1". m 1:'3pm F:orm 00
E., B .. b f."P Lv Lanark". 11 a 2.20P.45a
Section 1. That all persons, firms Lv Sopchoppy.... ..1:16p.m 31p.m 5:
nv4%_Plfxi f .o 204i and corporations who shall engage in Ar TallPahasee .... 1:30p. :1p.m 8:35p.m 6: 20a.
~v~e% &v$.t- ~o wFrwthbuiesopdlnoofsln, Tla se......the business of piddling, or of selling...
F AO1 .11 1F S11ae111L W e l *. and delivering ice on the streets of Lv Jack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.m 4:00p........ ........
MW m, tmwr. E o --U I -meIII OI each vehicle owned, or controlled by Lv Tallahassee.. ........ :25p.m 6:35a.m 8:45p.m 6:35a.n
--. bvm aFOR SALs Co.,-Let the olutd bed new M then in which ice shall be peddled, orlLv Bainbridge......... 5:25p.m 8:27a.m Ar10:25pm 8:27a.m
. w t, ...s o.. F,..ed.- They gu .aratee all wtor lA lom. Af 1 l conveyed for sale and delivery, as Ar Arlington............ 7:25p.m 10 16a.m 1.. 106a.m
r-r, They guarantee all wor. rre o. 1 i aforesaid, with suitable scales, tested Lv Cuthbert,CC. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:4Sp. 11:55a.m ........ Arll:35a.m
Delivery tree and prompt. h ove and approved by the City Inspector Lv Macon, (C. of Ga Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m .4:3.m
93N ders at Green & Watson' or phone No Tax i No Intt tI of Weights and Measures, and shall Ar Atlanta, (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:35a.m 7:55p.m ....7:5a.a
-k LW,-- N-- 1. a, weigh, or cause to be weighed, on NOTIlC::-f rlati Nhb. and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, fee
SMwOR SALE-Dr. Beaker's ca ot- ThOS. Pebley said scales all ice sold and delivered of Shotwell stras, fianbrlde.
0 WANT .--Exxperenced Ii from said vehicle in the presence of i Tiuke for Tfin 5, leaving Balabridge Sund ay at a:20 a. m. will be
le00 and machinist is open mill m and r'i Call at house33 N. Set OB e C r. RomaWlnM and Pa O St. the purchaser thereof, or in the pres- cn el. at th ete of the Callahan Grocery Company.
re- rnd I .aw illt is ope r t to S teen 2 and .a r atu s Phoe ence of the agent, or servant of sueh *Traln No. 6 will stop minutes at Lenark for breakfast.
or m il l ad timber. Can give m hatols ea b and between a. . p. .. m . purchaser, if such purchaser, agent W. M. LEGO, 0. C. 8NU O. ALITON,
,,. l r ad t eoanu e ar w-lter. r. .. or servant stall request or. desire the Generl Megeor. Trav. Paa. Ahgt. qen'l Pas. Agt.
4. references. Anress P. same to be so weighed. Tallah aee, Pla.
.. WANTED-men to irn urer house, odruer Gadsden St. t ..th o ol corporation owning, controlling, or In
Ie F|. l l p -' a-ope forbe AllwB Cror Sec. 2. That any person, oina orsha
trade WA Fal-- tero mbeginsr t ue. Beautil hobeAquantlt of o1 charge of apy vehicle in wb ch Ice pealed. THE
It atr .de .m. Fal teOr methods t Once- ura. Mi W pe for sale. A l shall be peddled or convey sal Section 9 That this ordnance
- y s or ar1 *tt; 1. and Only 6e a hundred. or delivery, s aforesid, o sh take e ffect often days after It SHORT LINE
p. yere of a giprentl oap. ttl e- J.ST t. Apply t3l fall to provide the santm with the sage and approval. / I I
is pense, Tools given, board provided. JUST RBOVD-Isrg apeM4 ....l.. ... scales as herein provided, or who Passed Aug. 1, 1905.
Id Catalogue maled free Moler Barbe imported Olive OIL n.tetal 7 to OR u10 lbs. Granulated. shall refuse or fail to weigh ice sold Passed over Mayor's veto, Sept 27, "
ct Couege, New Orleans, ILA. octlw* gallon or larger quantty. L Sugar., i ou r wn w cts. and delivered from such vehicle as 1905. .
WANTED.-Ma a -wanted t-- & 00., shlp chandlers a t m BleadiV Tea, 1 pmnd Aldernay Bak- is required* by the foregoing section, Attest: ho0rnia and NOrthW t
Searn $S day, r two nths nI south Palatfo. to g y d, M wder is equal t shall app conviction thereof in the C. E. IMRRITT,
e trn ctk, oe.tf guarltft4. Co nM CHIKNAT o M 50 cents per Police Court be punished by a fine Cler. via
l Brsc. o. Plumbinp elt, Ne Cw York, C nes towls a pla. NW Grocery Co. not exceeding Fifty Dollars ($50.) or
l- Brs. t, C.. P g. ISc s, N Frk, TeS-i fowls .eseIa l l lbct .y imprisonment not exceeding thirty TAX RATE LEVY ORDINANCE Chicago, Omaha St Louis and Knsa
uCIncinnati, 0.., St. L Ia, M. (Free The ciepest 2ued to be :_.
Scatalogue.) Goctly M11a & Co., Pho O R 10 l Mt S. i and Wood fo days, or by both such fne and ifprila An Ordinance to provide for the levy
9o el r .d W od it onment in the discretion of the Re- of Ad Valores Taes for Year 1905.
WAMTfD.-An intlitgent person may amu,-i t*. .ig o"e t e corder. Be It ordained by the Mayor and UniOn Pacli
earn $10 to $15 wealy I or F ir.e .t alft w sec. 3. That this ordinance shall Council of the City of Pensaeola:
t time correipeapote tor 3Ws* mh ? 'a t block 21 take effect fifteen (15) days after its Section 1. That there shall be, and connections, with through sleep
st no Poavaelsag. md-tor s w".. LMockCMpb l k 18th t, approval. and are hereby, levied upon all the cars.
o- Northern .Pre Sy tdica, Lokport om o V Parka Ss 4. That all ordinances and real and personal property within th One-way colonist rates on sale from
y N. Y. Su ,,m C,,analste w, 2,W. ,*r on ~ft parts of ordinances in conflict here- corporate mtts of the City of Pea- September 15th to October 31st, 1905
S*sims Jms ire buylig .l l ( et l 1 m l teo0t with be and the same are hereby re- sacola, Fla., not exempt from taxa- To California. Oregon. Washington.
5* WANT-D.--By O("lcage aai~teta P 3t MoreM4 M..- fe et pS h p e fr"ton BILJ pealed. tion by the Constitutton of Florida. Montana. Utah etc.
inaHousD-person oftr tsort U s9S W t tiew 't arty a ro Passed Sept. sT, 1905. the following ad valorem taxes for special round trip rates to Califor
soewhat h asr wt territer o r ate yar be i i ta I Approved Sept. 28, 1905. the year 190. nia and the Lewi Clark Exp
rs a assistant branch oe. Salary use our pure B fad t o pa'. m dow W ~W. Attest: CHAS. H. BISBR, Rirst: A tax of three (3) mills for tion at Portland, Oregon. until S;,
5 $18 paid weekly. Peraet I~b Ai "achly. "MNew Orlea-t ry "trufed. A. .,bbs. 3---- C. ME RRITT, Mayor, the purpose of providing a fund for member 28th.
SNo investment required. ipelqts.e Co., Jas. MoHug. i Prop. "- -agC Clerk. the use of the City for General Pur. Ask for through rate from yow
perience not essential to engaging. PO SAIA.--Cov "Atopegemyla" pos. poses. matatlon and secure literature. In
Address Manager Branches, Como We have been with you PelaP tal. an for palea at White's Res AN ORDINANCE Second: A tax of one (1) mill for formation freely given.
SBlock. Chicago. 3o03w* la since s174, and still Intend .to ta t, two for v cents Ot To be entitled. An Ordinance to Re-1 olice Purposes. J.. VAN RE9WR.
a with you and serve you with th beat or will not be lllea unless cash quire Street Car Companles and Third: A tax of one and one General Agent.
WANTID.-Parties in need of carpem- of groceries at Joletand poettahe accompanes order. O terms Operating Street Cars along' quarter (1 %) mills for Streets, 13 Peachtree St.. Atlanta. Ga
ters, please ring up paone No. 776, ket prices. New Orlea M Ser qud sept the Streets of the City of Pensacola Parks, and Public Works. G. W. LY. T. P A.
r or apply to L Redenback, business Co, Jas. Mcluyh. Prop. to furnish Separate Cars, or Divi-. Fourth: A tax one one and one
agent, room 1, old Armory building. .R_,At a s a slons in Cars, or other Provisions half (1 %) mills for the payment of
sept*2m0 0..01o. for the Separation of White and Col. the interest, and providing a sinking
WANTED.-All young persons wan o -140 nt. nd _ds. Be it ordained by the Mayor and of the Bonded indebtedness of the ah
at are good stenographer or *book- WANTID-Seod-band Cwur :I 0Y TO ~Je Oo r al the City Council of the City of Pen- City.
d keeper,. that are saying positions r ad cotta nd m l ak O t* od saol Fifth: A special tax of three and T-A
is promotion to register with as imme- town shipments olaeUtte d. i. aooa Section 1. That all persons, compa- quate (3 ) mills on all pro T
diately. *e can se re yO good pos- 5. Mellee 0s~ ,~ a 5 nies or corporations operating street erty (except real estate sitauted more W. BARROW, Mstr.
Itions. We a hv m Cal car lines in the City of Pensaco than two thousand (000) t rom
you nothing to regslter wit us. Me of te ridge a t Of the tions for hite and colored p nearest are hydrant protne -CLn PB
Df y, between erth- Mto&4e FREIGHT 'fIreVICEl
& Munro, Proprietors. te Mobile railway, between 7th -e w Se = Weath P m gers. A failure to comply with these' r Sr. That all Ordinances and '
SBueness College, No. 64 N. Royal Nature has favored this aetle ad I .t .. . A. We 2M W provisions shall subject the persons ec. 2. Tha a
St., Mobile. Ala. lsseptlm cannot be duplicated. V. Clubbh go ,yr mtml SmSbry b uidla4 so ofending o a fine of twenty-Ave prts of Ordinances n cnc hee MOBILE ,
SPLUTO WATER--Cre Coastiattln, T. 3. d dollars or imprisonment for sixty with, be and the same re hereby re- SACOLA, MABELL, S A
or PLUTO WATER-Cures .. o -.-l -days -,---- vpealed.COL. C
E WLANTOT eT pehlte to -ow that uivr and Stomach troubles. For ONa0 LOANSD on S re d S action 2. That every street car Sec. 3. That this Ordinance hall DREWS, MILLVALLL
p.tPLUTO WATER will cure Consub-l01 peeton2. at every street car ldC A A ST
SpLton 8tm J m t andl sal e, wholesale and retail by Juas. t a r t fi er eaL. company or person operate a street take effe immediately upon its pas- And all t . a
SFr sale. wholesale and retail, by" Hugh. ;o ile Si 8 & car line along or upon the streets of sage and approval. 29, 190rr e aUL
e James McHugh. octl2. FOR 8AL CHEAP-My tree-year. a the City of Pensacola shall make pro- sed Sept 29, 195 Lave Pensola 8uda, :a
d _m.....old Berkshire herd toar, Duke 'ot MOt OT ArLONI ea a klnds of p visions, rules and regulations for the Approved, Sept. 29, 1905.BISS
s PFlorida, No. 68,928. AlWd somee e l property 0a abort notle separation of white passengers from Attest: CHAS. H. BLISS, or Mobile, Ala
99IUFe W" young piss. 1 tsx-nm.0hold boar, aU Term eas. J. W. allard, V a colored passengers by separate cars C B M CleRITT, a or S. An s, M, Ap
Sregistered and transfer (Trl Set- 28% Sotth t., Pfoe 1 or fixed divisions or movable screens aCl ca.c for CSt Anbelle a illnrile Ape
THE RINTAL SUOtUMI is 60r tertad, Chipley, ta. Mirl Sn or other method' of division in the cars LICENeE TAX ORDINANCE-points.
TS pedalNtyA B M s las e~mwi Chi noYv e of such lines. A failure or refusal by LICENSE AX ORDINANCE. points.
t have eardal attUatsLm. &D. al Wi FOR SALB-Beautiful blobk in ew P NwMrr=D almost a ioay tfe ar.y such street car company or other An Ordinance Relating to License ad a SAUIaRSR &
*on &C O. City. Tract No. 312. For camh 0O.. a a klaa p d err1o in rty person to make such provisions, rules Taxes. R. COBB Prt
Apply to A. M.McMllan, Oo 6rt S aa l rates to bi aee a Olarge or regulations, shall be punished by Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Cn. COFt and Pass. A
U Call at The Journal ofee and get lang lens. The New York Leaa Co.. i244 a fine not to exceed fifty dollars for Council of the City of Pensacola: Pensacola. Fsa.
- old newspapers at Sc a hundred. Clean smth Palats. each offense, each day of such failure Section 1. That Section 380 of Pensac
* and whole. Good or wrapping paper ALL FOR $1-10--lb&.. -Granated or refusal shall constitute a separate the Code of Ordinances of 1902, as ---
Sgr1pud u Ows F Swa a offense, amended by an ordinance approved
or to put uader matting. par, 1 pouh d OMr Owa JA y Is ofense. amended by an ordnance approveffect
P archer Mocha and uJava .wy ib. e ISection S. That conductors or other September 29th. 1904, be and the effect Ocoher Ist. 1905.
AS A PRFVaiIlVJS try Lewis' an-,. Aldernay Baking Powder, this.Po*der 40 &. PALAFOX ST. employes in charge of such cars shall same is hereby amended so as to read pSes. of ord4 nnces, n conflict hare
Malarial and Chill Cure. It cur-s is equal to Royal that eat* pyo 50 Mu5l01 TO IOAN ON DIAMONDS, assign passengers to their respective as follows: with b and the same are hereby re
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a cts. per peund. New Orlean Gory W s, Chaina. Ras and all kinds car or division provided by said corn- Section 380. Circuses shall pay a e d ane
Good liver regulator. You need it at Co. 1 oct ,ar am security at lowest rate of panies or persons under the provi- license tax of Two Hundred (200) Pase ept 2 190
this time of the ye. On sale at ai h tere st A .iargalns In unredeemed sions of this act. IDollars per day, and each sideshow Pasept. 2 0.
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., Oast R BA -econdhand led Section 4. That any passenger wi.- with a circus shall pay a license taxt Approved Sept. 23 BLIS
Government street. Price, 50. ter In perfect condit lm WiI ll .. fully occupying any car or division of of Ten (10) Dollars per day; all other Attest: CHA H BL
rceca m sh orr toln me. Aa mrbrt .Ca car other ihan that to which he has si (J\w. exhibitions or performance C. RI Mayor.
13Seplm. be.seen at James McHd t 2ma'9 1.- LO T i been assigned as aforesaid, shall be given for profit, (other than tho.e! Clerk.
REGULAR MAIL INI--QGood ouonv. "- p vnished by a fine not to exceed given in licensed theatres) shall pav' NO
Stance for travelln: public. Daily er. GROW GINSENG. Large prot s LOST-Black and white setter pup, twenty-five dollars or by imprisonment a license tax of Twenty-Five (2) NOTICE.
.I vice each way. Prom Chipley to Bay. Room in your garden. Roots for sale answering to name of "Jack." Re- not to exceed thirty days. Conductors Dl:ars per day. Pensacola, Fla.. Sept. 2. 1905
.head. Address J. M. TaUggl. Chlpleyv Write today for literature Buckig- w-ard for return to L. Jacoby's store. or other employes in charge of such Theatres, or Opera Houses, shafli Noti e is hereby given 'ha' the co-
:ra. 24mch ham's Ginseng Garden. eZaes ille, Q. loctlw. !cars or divisions of cars may eject pay a license tax of One Hundred. partnership hbretofor, compose, 1 o
S *EAL ESTATS l3aug3mos. ; therefrom any passenger who wilfully (100) Dollars per annum. Variety F. E. Bayless and F. O. Clir:. ;raJing
E Tl '. -- H occupies any car or division other shows giving musical, tlreatrical oro and doing business as the KRailr Fun.-
o IAL bTATie La d prts o w city. aOR SALE.--Fine Horses and Males YELLOW FEVER NURSE. than that to which he has been as- minstrel performances, in places, or r.iture Co., doing hisin'ss it Nu. 21
STO bay Uo pmad *e wi for sale at all times. T lpantlne signed. d t 2.4 at Gardn strt nacol,
Syo Ih ae WJ 3 tim P-y. operatorsC wants given special 0 Mrs J. J. Rogers has nursed yellow signed. rooms, adjoining, or connected ,..'h.ild iS r.ast (Garden sir,'t. P F.nsacola,
meat ss Hale Wa f O tlon. Call on or address DIllon & fever very successfully through sev- employee having charge of any suc or handled., and anl halls, or places. Bayless retiring frr, .sai firm and
TA- I D a Penuel, Marianna, Ia. actt entl epidmlics of the past, both in car shall permit white and colored where dances, concert, or entertain- selling his iner.- ,herin to .Jno. C.
t'i alaRInG taud Mr lw. iao la and New Orleans, ad now passengers to occupy the same car i meuts, either vocal or instrumental, Gray. Al! accoin' rle sai.l firm

estt o buy nice clean old papers at r a trained eow fever nurse. Q on divisions in case separate cars be not hl in. or within one hdred feet of de by said firm shall be paid bv them.
W"t o mmat M. Paea ,Iabu n ic cheap. tker'at 1403 hSat Gasden or ph~nd8i63 provided, he shall be punished by ahe lace e? F O. CI,:CK.
a- ratings. lOOctm fine not to. exceed fifty dollars or in an bar room, or other place where F E BAYL
Keep your system in good condition FOR SAL*.-My residence oa t ... .. prisonmnt not to exceed sixty days. liqconnectuor ed witold, drunk or handled or JN. c BAY.
e nnid you need not fear any disease, Hllng in this ordi- connected with, or run in connection JNO. C. GR.
.tnd you need not fear any d easee! Hill either including whole bae1 j Ina Section sh That nostthingd pnthrd- with any bar room or such other 30Septoawtw.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for ,t twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or W W WA i NM. nance shall be construed to prevent w a o such other 0Setoa .
sale, wholesale and retail, by Ja. quarter block of ive lots. Apply t the running of extra or special cars place, and all lakes of entertainment NOTICE.
McHugh. my ofce, Thiesen Building for rt- BOARDRS WANTD 3 B. Gregory for the exclusive accommodation of know a Free and Eay," shall pay iven that the
SI r particulars. C. W. Haera. street. Good location.with or with- ether white or colored passengers, f a license tax o Tenty-ive Hndre sigoticned in herbnd gien that he tition-
aout oroms. I1otim' regular cars for "the accommodation (2500) Dollarb per annum. dersigned intend to file their petition
oo m sut 24a. 1gl ot both white and colored passengers Sect. 2. That Section 405 of the before the Honorable Francis B Car.
O A to URTON r ah n Li A NTiD---A few bour 81 W. are operatea' as required by this ordt Code of Ordinances of 1902, as ter, Judge of the Circuit Court of E-
RIST AND OO TUN MEAL MILL e nance, ad run t soch intervals of amended by an ordinance approved cambia county, Florida. asklng for an
G RSt 1 ND G O RN L C Po s. easade sae mo 18ot s* tme as as now or may hereafter be September 29th, 1904, be and the order authorizing the adoption by them
SM- .. o W 4._o- 'o s e m r. We.-O o hb nr e: ed ratlrd by ordinances of the city. same is hereby amended so as to read of Annie Bell Bullard. a minor, an?

CIOCI MAL. AM R P O UM 8 ern s .I4tL1 App1l 1 address No. 17 Section That nothing in this or- as follows: her Infant child, Annie Ruth. at ten
COTOCK PS OUN I. S ct1mn dinance shall be astrued to apply Sectiqn. 405. Each veterinary sur- o'clock a. m. on the 22nd day of No

the hrme mnuaturer, eoragltagle t blOks frPom SkL -taw -- -SM iaS t lids, of the other race. (5) Dollars per Uan m. Each Osteo- after as they can be heard.
S dustr. easibu to hoie lt oa carm l n Tt tade miedl SBetioft S That all ordinances and path shall pay a license tax of Ten M. A. NORDSTROMo.
ia a I M rO a yew tre o Pl e n- parts of ordi ances In con ict here. (10) Dollars per annumt STLLE D. NORDST OV
, 31 J. j)' = with be -md the ease are hereby re- Sec. 3. That this ordinance shall 21 octoaw4w.


THE PENSACOLCO A J*0-lRA l~t~~lS-YIt. ~ OCtOl E r 21, 1905




A -.~

;, *AUf~L#~v *NING -OCTOBER 21, 1305

Saw sM. & a a


It wl pay every o -
and youmg ma in s e-
*eaol aAd victity to sel
er stock of Cravtae'e
aMmaamam They are rU-
pervros to rata and
they will tarn the .ni
amd 9ld. too. Ver7 swell
mad at prices iro

eve to #*ZV

F Me let of Sweaters in a
vmrty of colors, 0e to


fp~daih n Men's We.
20&207 S Pala
Phooe 225.

Wjadft=W. amb
ft O plow. to emd your d thesto be
V 3L C68= P44P o rRepsaied.
VI% am now In a pooltim to bandle
V mwait more ebmtly thm ever.
PImr ei Piep ~llr br.
N&. 11 NinthPalafsa Street

Tbmws ll be d meeting ofthis.
bw m s ouam miaihji froIom.
4W em ON 2000% t TM P. 8LAN
deht. RAG amqueested to be pro
W. toIII"UATnregi

pa If m Rbw. o. L t I .
as" every Mooday evening at ?:30
O b*at th b RCmm ,L Biw
Wal mom mMz Plab a mmd

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IL 3OOK k. ofILa IL

~3e i Is AM
0L at P.,.omeevery
Tbum~yeveningat 8:80
OV4a Is ther (ho
&I 1 t" kor Munt
10 beU m C msai
at tm dtlog kw1 ares
ampomm WOMUNIM& I~
C.Of 006mobom,
met oehatbth
KiMetgs Of Ctheb
aeheld at their ha,
2o 3west latemie.
eft ob Cft O W,
Mondayemvening a
V stlatseIs *xtimm"
~ ~~oK3ItLl~
l Joemw GrEL t K

rcrol Ia~rWe Us 41.0 0. p,
?inaL04M I6t ss4L LOL a'
w ~4Ttursday e alg at T:AP
at 0sew ball a West Gau es
al. o 0. STINSON.
I L wtpRDEsA ISESram

e o ~M oday nigh tat
a Je Is n L 0 Q 0 01. 3.3
SOM sisters orally Imivtd tohe
Preent MRS. S. DoTHAYR&k
ft 3A. NO. 81 meets firs faa
enkir Wednesda. evening at 1:80 .
em, Raffort Hall, No. 10 West Inutse
daia Street.






,1The I Ha we handle as
SDt cruthed iW. ironing,
but I ctefully ironeD by
experts on the bos: Atn
most up4o4ate laundry
machinery known to the
basinee. Let nu do your
work and you will never


Vivina, Span Ms, Bustinza, 1983, for
ierpool, wHth 5,100 square bales
cotton, 2,00 round bales cotton, 184
hogsheads lesa tobacco, 750 bbls. ros-
Nederlands, Dutch as, Rierck. 2688,
for -Hamburg with 3,471 bbls rosin.
Garibaldi, Nor bk, Agepe 1348, for
Buenos Ayres, with 861,000 s ft lunt-

But espe.ai!y on the approach of cold w.r'-hoer. During
the summer months the flues often crack opLr., whlch
mases a veritable fire trap when the first fires ere built
It you bare no insurance on your house or h-usehold
0oods, you had


T Knowles Bros. lAt

have k done elsewhere. ber. &* ae .
(wirblu 1ima I FilrM's .omunwlslars nThe Star Steam V SSSS I ..
kW .Sd tof 9Arrived.
St LaU Ury. Saturnina, Span as ,Eengoa, Liver-
SIPsfa 37 Gardben St, Phone 114 pool to Gulf Transit Co.
Pensacola, Fla.st The UNion (
SP aool, FCCimbri, Dan as, Hansen, Hamburg
The preliminary hearing of the., The Jacksonville Metropolis con- to OnG" ranuit Co.
master of the British steamer Dora tains the following: Gov. Browar Br. ss.. Ealands, 2001. Thomas from a a lower deati
(ucauted y.terday mortlng before' wrtts to the Secretary of the South- St. Vincent, consigned to F. O. Howe Isteret rate than
Judge Jas. R. Ladrum. The cap-ern Conference on Immigration and T&CRN N ould
tain of the ship wa charged with iQuarantine, which meet in Cbat- TURPENTI STILLS. Harold Nor s, 1435, Aos, London.d be esI
tai of the ship charged with i Quantine which meet in Cha- Katendrecht, Dutch ss, Hockstra,
having violated the quarantine laws tanooga on the 9th and Oth'o vo- ML Milan Brs Co. 1 64, Gulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co. S
of the state by coifag ashore upon member, as follows as to his views Hatasu, Br. ss, Peters, 2298, Norfolk
several occplons' although he was on the subject: Manufacturers, tc Master.
cognzant of the laws, having been s ding b opweenit, a overnors MOBILE, ALABAMA. B ss. Labelia, Palmer, from Vera ,
standing between the Governors adr. W. S. Keyser & Co.
notified. those associated wit~ them of the ru to Keyer &
A great deal of Interest was mani- several Southern States witch re- Iovaine, Br ss, Anderson, i855,
feasted in the case,' and the testimony quire constant care tlat they do not M A Rio Janerio to the W. S. KeyIer Co.
of the wknesegs was listened to by become infested with contagious or Pecklington, Br ss, Whyte, 86b, Gal-, IrO W Orks
infectious diseases from other coun.- veston to J. A. Merritt & Co.
a number of permns. The plea of the tries is of supreme inportbnce. The Tugela. Br s, Lacock, 2148, \ -a Manufacturers
master of the vessel was that he did Governors should aee upon a plan Naval Stores Market Cruz to H. Baars & Co. MACHINER
not know that he could not come and have the plan adopted by the Savannah, Ga., Oct. 20.-The navai uz asr iv H MACHINER
ashore, although he afterwards admit- Legislatures of the several states re- stores market closed tc-day as toi Vivina, Span as, Bustinza, 1988, Liv- FORGINGS, MILL AN
ted that he had been notified to stay quing the boards of health to main lows:erpool, to Gulf Transit Co. STEAMSHIP RE
on his vessel And not come ashore tan their public health departments WW .......................5 65 8hip. Prompt attention gi
further than the tbrge ofce. at such a degree or standard of ex- WG ...... .. ..............5 50 Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-! for James McKay & Co.'
The witnesses were ieut. Alexan- pert eflfcency that the authorities of IN ...... .. .............. 5 35 men to Master. Chains of all description
der, Leut. Bryan, Captain G. B. Mor- each of the several States would have M.........................20shi lala 1248 Andreusen, Office Phone 123.
eao. the crew of the cutter, Dr. Byrd. such confidence in the boards of each Kt.. .. .. ........ .........5 10 f LeI, Master'Residence Phone 1
Alex Zelius. Jr., Mrs. Kate Fay, J of the other States as to rely upoal 1 4 omL...........4 85 from Leith, to Master.Reinc 1
Bertln, Marshal 8chad, Omcer tFarn- their action. I am of the opinion H. .. .. .. ............4 8 Itl. ship Trinito, 1472, Santagule, M t
as and Cora Pearl. that much of the expense now in-.G .... .. .... .... ...... 4 '5 from Rio Janerlo to Rosasco Bros. .
After hearing the testimony of the curred in carrying out quarantine reg- i F......................... 4 70' Barn.
witnemes the court announced that ulation of each of the States may be E.. .... ...................4 35 Bonheur, Nor bk, AnAerson, 19S8.;
the defendant would be held to the avoided and mucl of the alarm that D ...... .. .................. 4 10 Fleetwood to Southern States Lum-n H. L. COVINGTON, President
of $00. ThI7 was promptly given reason that once the character of the *Spirits' Turpentine 67 cents. Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olssen, TU AE R
In view o the fact that the defend- rules, made and the efcency of the Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. TE l II
ant was a foreignerr and was not rep board in charge was known to thek. Ebeneer, 71, Qual from
rested by eosel the court wa ocialsf the severalStaes inter- Nor. b. Ebenezer, 771, Qual ENS
extrdiarily considerate with him este'thb'arm that now takes poe- Garibdi, tal bk, Ageno, 1348, DESGNAtD DEPOS
d hil t b n t any -session of the people of the several The following cotton quotations are b A DESIGNATED DEPOSI
moW that mn ht be of advantage, and States wod disappear, and it would reported for The Journal oaily by C. Gloucester to order.
Instr ctag him as to his rights, and fail to disub ahd destroy business Gunter Elmore.'F. O. B. cotton broker. Ger. bk. Gesin, 1375, Falk, from Capital Stock, t20C
otherwise listing him as much as in ithee States from year to year. Pensacola, Fla.: Hamburg. :
the position f the court would al- Good Middling..............10" Nor. bk. E. J. Spicer, Capt. Patter- Henry L Covington,
lo. "In reg'd to immigrati o, will say Strict Middling.. ...... .. L....y K....eyser & Co 1268. J. Pfeifer.
dI reviewing the case Judge Lan- that the most important feature .f Middling.......... ....9 Nor. bk. East Craft 1"4S, Johnso
drum stated that every hospitality the conference upon that subject will Strict Low Middling.. ... .9 from Dublin to Master. Bryan 'Dnwody,
Was extended foreigners in t'ena- be to consider the class of immil- Stains and Tinges '% to I cent lower. Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227 Frank o e olly,
ondon. W. S. Rosa sco.
'ola, no matter of whl nationality grants desired by each state of the Nor. bon k. Mocco, 102, Ellfren, from T.F. Morin,
they might be, but in return for this Southern States. One of the Sta: New York Quotations. Nor. b Moo, 1 Ellre, from T. F. rin
hoptalitLiverpol, to Alex Zelus. E. Browner,
hospitality it was existed and de- may desire agricukurists for certain New York, Oct. 20.-'The following Smeroe, or bk, Olsen, 941 Pors C.W. Brawner,
mawded that the vtitons observe the kinds of agriculture; another S'dteiare the ruling cotton quotations to A Zeliu. J. R. Saunders,
laws governmig the citizens as well1may desire immigration into a mining; day: egruud to A. Zeliu Tonnerson 840
as othr. | district, or a factory district. One Open *Close, No Accounts of Banks, Individual
Woman Was Also Held. State may desire immigrants for cot- January.. .. ..10.12:. Four per cent. Intcr
Maggie DeValis, a woman from the ton raising or some other particular March ...... .... ... .3. 9 Wildwood, Nor. bk., Nilson, 1476.
tenderloin district, who was arrested crop, and one State might be a better Becember.. .... .9.96 9.17 Troon to A. ellus.
the same day as the captain, was; carkentines.....
the same da as the captain, was field for one class, and another State --- Barkentines. -
held upon the charge of using ob- might be a better field for another Liverpool Quotations. Alfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Rasmussen WM. H. KNOWLES, President.
scene language. It is alleged that class. At-the same time, we would Liverpool, Oct. 20.-The following Ceara, Brazil. THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.
when the officers went alongside :he find, by discussing the various inflns- are the ruling cotton quotations toAy: ecnooner
ship that the language she used to- tries and crops of our several e-. Open C.le Doris, Am sch Wilkie, 310 Havana
wards them was nothing but ompli- tons which is the most prolific field Oct.-Nov .. .....5.34 5.441 Ea BIr ich. Henebery. 299 H' t
mentary. She entered a plea of for the immigrant or business man, Dec.-Jan.. .......39 49 a. l..n D
gllty to the charge and was aeld and thus be able to furnish informa- Feb.-Mar ..........* *.... HJalma, m ach, Ax 55, Key
-ader a bo d of 40. tion of great value to the citizens of Nov.-Dec........ ..35 45 West to Gulf Transit Co. 1 I
S Seasonable Advice. our respective States." Jan.-Feb.. ...42 5 Geo. May, Davis, Ilvere. 554. A
It may be a piece of superfluous ad- A CARD Of POi
v ce to ur- people at this season of This Is to certify that all drugglats COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE How to Cure Corns and Bunions. OPe
the year to lay In a supply of Chamber- are authorized to refund your money Foley & Co., Chicago, originated First, soak the corn or bunion in RE-T FC Brnt
lan' Cough Remedy. It is almost* f Foley's Honey and Tar fails to Honey and Tar as a throat and lung %arm water to soften it; then pare it DIRECTORS1 F. C. Brit
sure to be needed before winter is cure your cough or cold. It stops th remedy, and on account of the great down as closely as possible* without W. K Hyer
roer- and much more- nromnnt and snt- .h l h.._ i._-._ t .-m-..... -_.. .......,. ~mrit nd ponnpularltv nr 'oley', Honyv drawing blood and appnnl Chamberlain's

isfactory results are obtained when
taken as oon as a coLk' i contracted
and before it has become settled in the
system, which can only be done by
keeping the remedy at hand. This
remedy is so widely known and so al-
together good that no one should hesi-
tate about buying it in preference to
any other. It is for sale by all aoug-
The following extract from the laws
it reference to the Weather Bureau of
the Department of Agriculture is pub-
lished by request and will prove of
general interest:
Any person who shall knowingly is-
sue or publish any counterfeit weather
forecasts or warnings of weather con-
ditions., alsely representing such fove-
casts or warnings to have been issue'
or published by the Weather Burea-,
or other branch of the government ser-
vice. or shall molest or interfere with
any weather or storm flag or weather
map or bulletin displayed or issued by
the United States Weather Bureau,
shall be seemed guilty of a misdemea-
nor. and. on conviction thereof. for
each offense, be fined in a sum not ex-
ceeding five hundred dollars, or be im-
prisoned not to exceed ninety days, or
be both fined and imprisoned, in the
discretion of the court.-(See Act of
Congress approved March 3, 1905)

A. G FWA, Pr A Judicious Inquiry.
J. L SWSE N3T. Se. A well known traveling man who vie"
Sits the drug trate says he has often
ive Oak Campo. .heard druggists inquire of customers
e Oa' Ca No W.0.- W 0 who askea' for a cough medicine,
mts in Pythiasn Hall It and 3rl whether It was wanted for a child or
dnalS in ach t 'Ld Ifor an adult, and if for a child they
reigs miSally InviteC almost invariably recommended Cham-
.L 1a BROOhC C .t btrlain's Cough Remedy. The reason
L for this is that they know there ;s no
W. 0. W C., Oak Grve No. 4,'danger from it and that it always
Woodmen Circle ,eets last Thursdac cures. There is not the least danger
Search mrnth at 3:.S p. m.. 3rd floor in giving it, an' for coughs. colds and 1
SWtam building. sounhwest corner croup it is unsurpassed. For sal? by
Pflalox and Garden strec-:s. Visiting. all druggists. I
orereipgnt cordially invrk'd. M,. W.
A. Smith. Clerk; Mrs W. B OS
aS r rk. M B e RUMOR IS FALSE.
Rumor that we are to close our place I
cf business during the fever situation
entirely fatse. No such 4dea. We are
*o open for business and in position to
Scapably handle same.


cougn, Uewl tuW e uuBrg aud prevUent .
serious results from a cold. Cures la
grippe cough and prevents pneumonia
and consumption. Contains no opi.
ates. The genuine is in a yellow pack-
age. Refuse substitutes W. A. D'Al-
emberte, Druggist and apothecary.

STobacco J
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Smoke and Be




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Lewis Bear


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F = NbF 4%W -I mIara.I5s a

and Supply Co.
and Repairers of
ven to all orders, day or eight Agents
I celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
1029. P. O. Box 123. (

No. 5603.
M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
L JNO. PFEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.

),000 Surplus, $40,000
S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
0. E. Maura,
W. L (Cawtnon,
C. A. O'Ncal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Oertl&,
Alex McOowln,
C. M. Covington.
s, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
est paid on Time Deposits.

W. K. IIYER, .I.. V -Pres. and Cashier
W. N. ROBEIRTS, Asat. Cashier.

ional Bank
,sacola, Fla,
W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowles,
, Jr., D. G. Brent.

and Tar many imittflins are offered^ 'Pain Balm twice daily, rubbing vigor. *
for the gunuine. These worthless Irn- ously for five minutes at each appli- Foreig and Domestic Exchange Bougt and Sold
itations have similar sounding name. cation. A corn plaster should bo worn i
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's a few days to protect it from the W dra or on Bi i
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack- shoe. As a general liniment for e draw our o il E disbursed upon the mo
age. Ask for It and refuse anysub- sprains, bruises, lameness and rheu- change on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their obli.
stiiute. It is the best remedy fo' arnitsm, Pain Balm is unequaled. For Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Sations taken payaple at Port of
coughs and cclds. W. A. D'Alemberte sale by all oruggists. Holland, S Belgium, Russiatien ays After V
Druggist and apothercar. 121 South Norway, Sweoden, Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Ves
Druggst and apothercar. 121 South other European countries. sel Arrives there.
Palafox street. TO THE TRADE.
NO NEW CASES FOUND On account of quarantine, we wil Safety Depoit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
AT CASTLEBERRY, ALA. not undertake to establish a branch rt fo the uSC O
house In Pensacola until same is re- have a Pvate Departent for the use o Rntrs
The Montgomery Jrornal of Thurs- evoked. We will make all oil and
day contained the following: There grain shipments from Mobile. Ala. SavIngs D epartmelIn-Inter t Paid on Depo tos at
was not a case of yellow fever report- Same will go forward promptly. Send
ed from Cast~leberry and the inica us your orders for high grade oils. ow o o pe p r annum.
tons are there will be no more of this PURE OIL CO., -.-- -
rrpeaded n'isease in that nlnac 14septlm. J F. Davis, Agt. Uli'W LTON Glt PaiILDRI T. WELL. VTCEr.P.sIDENI.

Dr. Sanders, state health officer, who
is keeping in close touch with the
situation there received no news to-
day and that is a good sign.
Should there be another case Dr.
Sanders will be immediately notified.
There has been some talk of rais-
ing the quarantine against all points
except Pensacola. Dr. Sanders says
the matter has been up for some time
'but he has not yet acted upon it.
The reports from New Orleans ar.a
encouraging and Dr. Sanders thinks
the situation there s most promis-
Insomnia and Indigestion Cured.
"Last year I had a very severe attack
of indigestion. I could not sleep at
right and suEered most excruciating
pains for three hours after each areal.
I was troubled this way for' three
months when I used Chamberlain's
Stomach and liver Tablets, and re-
ceived Immediate relief," says John
Dixon, Tullamore, Ontario, Canada.
For sale by all druggists.
Horse in the Puloit.
Here is a model advertisement.
just as it appears in a religious
weekly: WANTED-a good strong
horse to do the work of a country
minister" Wonder what kind of min-
isters they have ,in a country where
horses can do their work. We havy:
otter heard of a jackas on the
bench, but never before heard of a
horse in the pulpit.-Milton Index.
Foolishly Cpndemns Nepotism.
M. A. B.un-n, late private secretary
to Gov. B"oward, and also his brother
In-law, has been ap.ointcd sheriff of
Duval county. And yet the Nationai
Democratic platform very foollshly
condemns nepotism in ofice.-Lake
Cty Index. ,
MrIIASTlAltM.r- t

We have now in our employ Dick
Gagnet, the well known tonsorial ar-
tist. You will find him at the Collins
Bros. Barber Shop, 204 ,. Palafox St.



At a meeting of the advisory board
of the Pensacola Classical School held
Sept. 25, 1905, it was foun'advisableto
postpone the openingjf the coming
seesi0o until more favorable condi-
tions prevail.


Henlrix & Carpenter will furnish
estimates on building and painting
and give personal attention to work.
932 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRun
McKinzie Oertlng & Co., wholesaj
and retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
the only first-class bouse of the kind
in Pensacola. Fair N'tcer to all.
Why use Inferior paper, when you
can boy Kels Bond, French Dimity,
Karas LU or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thon pso's. SO S. Palaox.
Keep your system in good condition
and you need not fear any disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale. wholesale and retail, by Jas
McuUc 4

Citizens National Bank,
of Penmeola, Florida.
Geo.W WrIst, MorrL Bear. T. 1. Well s
RIM. ounsoa. L. Hilton Green.

J. S. REU, President E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
Directore-L, J. Rreves, J. 8. Rees W. DeC. Kessler. R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'Alemberte t. A. Jennings.

An Insurance Against

Trouble and Worry in the
Would you tave it? If everyth
kitchen. tie whole household is h
coal, wood! ead kindling, sweeping
trash are all done away with If y

Use a Gas Range.
The old wood-and-coal-way is r11 w

27 Emt Gaen Street
pgo*n1<1|1H*111 *Z0SSSSOORS0S

ling go wd.ll 11iu l f
happy. Carrying in te
up the du.;t, lir. and

torry and traubkl

Phoa 148.

' or you to0 eciue tae reTe.

Williams, General Agent


Wholesle and Retail Dealer in
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite A
and .Blackmith OL
Ofice-No. 13 South PIlaft street. Telephone, 93.
Yards oa Zarragoses and Gonzales streets. Phone. .

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