The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
October 22, 1905
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1898.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).

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Jacksonville. Oct. 21.-The Presiden-
tial party arrived at ten ;hiry this
morning. Thousands of cheering peo
ple surrounded the station and the re-
eption committee of one hundrc
leading citizens was lined up from thh
train to the street. making a passage-
I uray through which the s.-cia' com-
Iittee escorting the Pres',dent and his
party. marched to the street.
A committee inclirting Governor N
B. Broward. Mayor Nolan. President,
Garner of the Board of Trade,. Sena-
tors Tallaferro and Mallory. Congress-
mea Sparkman. Lamar and Clark and
Wditors Wilson and Carter. entered,
the President's car, giving him a cor-
dal greeting.
The party entered carriages, th(
President accompanied by Secre;ar.
*" Loeb. Governor Broward and Mayorc
kolan. The Pirst Florida rtgiimen'
Uader command of General Lovci:.
grand marshal of the day. scor:-ed th -
President an-o part to the Stminol ,
Club House. Follo\. ine :tihe carriaEcz
ef the Presidential party came con
*yaaces carrying the governor staff.
aepreme court justices. s:tat official.
sad the general reception comnn uc:
Thosaands greeted the President as
Ih appeared at the Seminole C'ub.
where he reviewed the er't-ting
Myor Nolan welcomed the President
to the city and Governor Br-oard e'-
tended a welcome to the s:ate and in-
tbduceoa' the distinguished guest to the
thro s below. The President then
S poke as follows:
The Prasident's Addresa.
Here ta Florida, the firzt of the
Culf States which I have v' :;ed up-
an this trip. I wish to st\ a word
about the Panama Canal. I ,e'iev
that the ,anal will be of ra: bene-
it to all our people. bh' moe: of ali
to the tates o the Sow'!i Atlantic
the Golf and the Pacific clop A When
ompklted the canal will -.and as a
UoMament to this nation: for i; will
be the greatest enginee-:ng feat ever
yet accomplished in 'he w tr!. It
will be a good thing for the corld as
whole, and for the neot,!'- of ti,'
Isthmusi nd of the northern portions
of South America in rar:icov''. B'c-
cause of our especial intereot- in it.
a d because of the poi'ion \e e o,-
copy on this hemispher-. -: ts a ia:-
ter of special pride to us that ojr na-
ton the American ';o'ai!
have undertaken the pe-formanc,' o'f
thit world duty A bod. of 'h !t.- :
linent engineers in the word. b)th,
Americans and foreigners, has been
smnmone. to advise as to :~i .l xat:
type of canal which shro' lj be btti:i.
S At o distant date I hol e tp ),, an,1e
to announce what other a-,,-' .-
g" also the action tak"n upon tihc(r

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Mi"thFmsof ORLElIS
Marine Hospital Force to Be Dis-
WREOF GRAND IS. charged Within W ek Or
ct. 21-Dlatnite news
cis. 2L-ffinite news STATION OF FEVER FIGHTERS-
his aftevia that the
ila foundered Friday HOSPITAL CLOSED.
lee IslazA- and that the
men were aill drowned.
owned by James Corri-
y. By Associated Press.
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or Foundsgrd.
21.-Tbe steamer Si- New Orleans, Oct. 21.-Fol- %
dnd. fornrlrRed In TLake i lowing is the official yellow fev- *

eria vi o *, u-m &u a ,* r
,rie thi- afternoon. Captain Bene-
-am and all of the crew -were rescued
ind brought here.
Sch.oners Wrecked,
dIarqU;ctt. Mich, Oct 21.-The
h'honer /-Pa lea .a battqreid bull on
;e rock horr n coast of Grand Island,
ar Mi: ., -. Tje crei of seven
en arid on e 'oman Wer rescued in
1 exharitefl c-n'lit!on.
The sch o: r Olga. Lasted and
adderless, is at anchor the Pic-
.ured R*ks east of Miuling.

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Awful Crime of Mentally A

Deranged New York Womant

By Associated Press. nd ad waited da;h tolay in her homei
New York Oct. 21.-Mentally de- .0 Third avenue. Two hours later
nt e her other son. Bernar.. after pound-.
ranged since the death of her husband ig on the door of the apartment, burst
a year azi. Carolina Dreher. 42 yeai- :in t!:e( door and found his mother and'
Id. un 'r( sed her \ infz cph. put him to i ,.i. : i.rn, d on th t, a dn-i hter wh'ch sai.': "I have
Pas pul I,1 down ht ian'ds and win-' taken care of .1,)pSph. you and Ber-
dows and knel: by t:he sid of the :' ;'arj can take care of yourselves." An

Hearing In Private Car

Lines Cases Postooned-



Ola Sword Discovered in Coi
federate Fort on lain


er summary to 6 p. m:
3 New cases 7; total to date
I9 3,359. *
.-; Deaths 0; total to date 435.
S New foci 2.
'.- Cases under treatment 92. 9
Cases discharged 2,832.
it X

New Orleans, Oct. 21.-Though Dr.
White wouila* not confirm the state-
ment it was generally reported today
that practically the whole force em-
ployed by the Marine Hospital Ser-
vice would be honorably discharged
within the next week or ten days in
view of the practical extinction of the
yellow fever in New Orleans. It seems
't be the genqra rdetsle to have all.
"Varreons in %'BW *tT eb-remain here
until the President's arrival in order
that they may participate in the for-

nal presentation of ue fever fighters
to the President.
The Emirgency Hospital was final-
ly closed today. There were only six
patients there tihs morning. In the
two emergency hospitals 353 patients
n. were handled of which 84 died.

The colu snap was general in the
state toJay and the loosening of quar-
antines is expected to follow.


A relic of the civil war, and one
which is highly prized by the present R H A
By Associated Press. ')ommniss on r.iiht require additional owner, was found yesterday by work-i A BIRTN DA
Washinon.n 0 -c; 21.-TheIntr sim my. All the cases were post- men in the employ of the city. The
Washing C mer. CO. 2missi was un-tr ped, therefore, till November 1, their relic is a sword, which for over forty
State ('om1mer-.e nimisin w as un- ate fixe-i for hearing the cases of the years had been covered by earth onI
:abh to conclude the h" ring in thcli-o trans-cortinental lines named in East Main street, and although it is CELEBRATED 58th ANNIVERSARY
rrivate car lines case today although ihe proceedings. in a somewhat dilapidated state, it YESTERDAY AND RECEIVED
the' announced list of witnesses has! Attorneys for the Armour lines stat- is nevertheless a relic which would
bten exhausted. led that they would not put on any be highly prized by many. CONGRATULATIONS OF
Counsel for the Armour car lines witnes-es for the defense hut they During the past few days the city
endeavored to pz' an orde- closing| tendered the services of the presidents street force has been at work on FRIENDS.
thO cases in which hmarin!s had be-n! of their lines if the commission caredi East Main street, near the corner of
ha,. but Chairman Knapp said thej to ir.terrogate them Alcaniz, repairing that thoroughfare.
In order to fill up the holes in the Dr. Jos. Y. Porter, state health offi-
street it was necessary to tear away cer, and general in command of the
VER O N W IN S PRCPARING FOR an old fort that had been construct- campaign against yellow fever in Pen
Ved upon the beach by the Confeder- sacola, celebrated the 58th anniver-
Sates during the civil war. While at sary of his birth yesterday.
BY 115 VOTES LOUBEI'S VISIT tis work the men found over one The genial doctor does not loqk it
hundred grape shot and a portion of and there is nothing in his step or
a shackle. Yesterday they unearthedI manner to indicate it, but the fact is
an officer's sword. It was in a bad'he is now within two years of reach-
Special to The Journal. By Associated Press. state, and the handle had rotted away, ing the three-score mark, and his
V,.rnon. Oct 21-Alll th ballot boxr.: Madrid. Oct. 21.-This city is su- with the exception of the steel pof- friends were not slow to congratulate
hbe hbon r turnedd and d.,,sied with perbly decorated in honor of Presi- tion. The other part, with the ex- him yesterday on his safe trip thus
S- ception of the rust, is in fair condi- far down the journey of life.
the clerk of the Board of County Com- dent Loubet, who will arrive here tion. Dr. Porter received a large number
mission rs. According to the best re- Monday, when the French chief mag- The sword is of the old style known of pleasant remembrances from friends
ports o(,tamnable. Vernon received a istrate returns King Alphonso's vis- as double-edged. It was evidently in honor of the occasion, among them
n..jority ot oni hundred and fiteten it to France. The meeting of the two1 made of the finest steel to judge from being several handsome bouquets of
out of the on( thousand two hundred. e l be te o n fr a n its long rest under the soil and its flowers. One appreciated gift was a
and fifty-one cast.rues i be the occasion for a no- present condition. handsome umbrella and it was notice-
Specil Land Agent A. Pane. arriv- table national demonstration and ai The sword is in possession of able that, while the other gifts wern
el here yesterday and about twenty. series of brilliant spectacles. Bus-! Mayor Bliss and is highly prized by left lying upon a table, Dr. Porter im-
homestead entrymen made proof of ness will be practically suspended for him. niediatelv put the umbrella under lock
tesidcnc, on their claims. the week. a;d key. It is said, in this connec-
tAon. that the doctor lo.-t a fine um-
brella a day or two ago.
COMER ANNOUNCES RUSSIAN CRUISER To a Journal representative last
n;ght Dr. Porter said: "I appreciate
OR GOVfRNORr L < S URD Y By Associated Press. thcse little manifestations of good will
FOR G VERNOR LEAVES SATURDAY Following are the results in the prin- -ore than I can express, and especial-
cipal football tames played today: y as I have not been feeling very well
Georgia Tech 12, University of Ala- for the past day or two."
By oy Aocid Prba 5. Dr. Part."r's many friends in Pensa-
Ta By Associated1. are Island. Calfted Pr. Annapolis 36, University of North cola-and he has made hundreds of
t Carolina 0 thm since coming here-will all wish
Tailadca. Ala. O.t 21.-B. B. C,- Mare Island. Calif, Oct. 21.-The Carolina 0 thm since corning hier-wll all wieh
n:r. pr-.: en: of :!: Alabama Rai'- Russian cruiser Lena will leave direct Harvard 6, West Point 0. him many returning birthday anniver-
,rad Corn!.is'ion ail leader in tht far Vladivostok on Saturday next Yale 12, Pennsylvania State College series, and they hope that, long before
fiah: fir :'. ,iolation of railroad from Mare Island. She will take 0. ;the next one comes, yellow fever will
Back her complete crew, no desertions Coanell 30, Western University of have been stamped out in Florida,
rate. anno'iAnced his candidacy for having occurred. Pennylvania 0. never to return.
the de-mon ratic nomination for -0'- U Vni+ersity of Pennsylvania 8, Brown
ernor *n a s..ech here today. College .
Weekly Cotton Statistic Co bia 10 Amherst 10. STATE OF TENNESSEE
FIGHTING REBELS IN Liverpool. Oct. 21.-Following are Dartmouth 24, Williams 0. OPEN TO THE WORLD
,,T ._ ,,.,e the weekly cotton statistics: Toal University of Chicago 4, Wisonsin --
T Trr. AA~ N1V la NO-ta dPren

By Associated Preas.
The Hag-u. Oct. l-The governor
of th, Dutch Eas. Icldis tler:anp:-'
tha iroon,.- p.i', auachko :iie rebtis
in :.'t Gova country. Fif', na.'
wcrte killed. The dutch troops os:
seveu men killed.

sales of all kinds. 64,000 bales; total
sales of American. 53.000; English
spinners' takings, 64.000; total ex-
ports of American, 32,000; stock of
all kinds. 624.000; stock of American,
547.000: quantity afloat of all kinds,
290,000: quantity afloat of American,
247.000: total sales on speculation,
13,100; total sales to exporters, 1,800.

University of Virginia 15, Bucknell Memphis. Oct. 21.-After a confer-
11. ence today between officers of the state
Carlisle Indians 36, Dickinson 0. and city boards of health, it was decid-
Vanderbilt 45. University of Tennes- ed to raise the quarantine at once.
see 0. i Memphis and the entire state of Ten-
Clenmson 29. University of Georgia0.' nessee is now open to the world.
Vir&inia Polytechnic Institute 66, Orders have been issued to all train
Gallaudet 0. I pectors to d4iasotinne aer rv




Transfer Carrim Wf Itfa hWI A E*B Caus of Fmer -
sidhratioM S f pi by Pkf i s
a30,000.MB. Sarliy.

THEY CARRY ON. 0ei:ese:Mee*[e:5*****.-.
following is the official sum-
If the yellow fever has had My may of the yellow fever situa- 9
StiOn up to last night: *
effect on the onfdence of the pb- New cases.. .. .......... 8
lic in Pensacola's future there has Total to date.. .. .. ......464
been nothing so far to indicate it. Deaths yesterday ...... 1
In fact, the men whose interests are Total deaths to date ...... 5
SCase discharged.. ........273 4
the greatest haijt shown no he4- Cases under treatment .... 120 9
tancy in making i;.attned inavst f #
ments and in building pans for the ""l -""00-- -
future Just as though the yellow fever
had never been heard of on this side I the yel
f te worl-th. improvement in the yello
Sthe world fever situation was noticeable st
A Big Oeal Cour d. night, when the state health authori-
The biggest Pensacola real estate tie compiled their report covering
deal which has been closed ia a e g the new cases reported during the day.
time was consummated yesteda Only eight were reported, with one
when the W. B. Wright COe... r d eth, 4a. that occurred the day pre-
property passed Into e poseubA1 a -Is, thagh it was reported too lte
L R. Sauders at aiOetti t Atd4 be cpleg i the bunietned yester.
a.. .. e. .... *AL, n l c5ar
The deal was carried atahro ts e t s*a e im to a r
the Penea rtcot CInatapar, tios at thUe qt, Oad were expected
which had been working on It 2or rt 4" d t. au thy had he unim
some time. Burv nee for a couple of days.
The property includes some 1,30 The New Casea.
feet of water front, the saw mill an The aew cases developing during
site, and two blocks of real estate the day are:
lust north of and adjourning the W. Nettle Howard, 111 North Donald
B. Wright property. The considera- son street.
tion represents, it is said, $5,000 for Mrs. B. Bltch, 707 West Main street
the two blocks, $50,000 for the mill A. Blanchard, 800 Aragon street
itself, and $75,000 for the water-front Mrs. V. Matronla, 313 West Romana
and mill site, maki& a- total of $10S,- street.
)00 as stated above. Mart Griffn, 220 East Gregory
An Important Pmture. street.
Sdldge Poitevant, 226 Florida Bhm-
Aside from the fact that the saw ddePoteant, 226 Frda
a street.
mill is to be continued in active oper-i Mamle Thompson, 510 Inerarity
t ion, the most important feature of stret
the deal lies in the Nct that the ae Mrs Paul White, 321 West Zarr
quisition of this water front property. sa street.
will probably be utilized by the naval The De
stores interests to enlarge their, bus- Infant of Mrs. Geger, 710 We
ness at Pensacola to even greater G y
proportions than It at present pre-i ro te
p o n Conditions Improving.
Extensive wharf facilities will be Condittion continue to improvewith
constructed, and ample %ccommod. each day, and every oelal of the
tion will be afforded for handling tbh board of health and the physilcias feel
Iv" I, Up h a5 awA wd- Int5 tSt

great naval stores and general whole-
sale business which those interests
have built up at Pensacola during the
past five years. The steamer 'arpon
will have a landing at thts gint and
the traffic carried by the numerous
schooners and steamers engaged In
the naval stores and kindred inter-
ests will be handled there.
A spur track was several months
ago built to this property from the
main lire of the L. & N.. an4dears
can now be run into the mill and to
the water-front. The purchaser will
take possession of the property oa
January 1.
With the sate of tbis property th
W. B. Wright Company will go ot
of business, as will ako the Det
Mill Company, these two rgen alu
tions being merged into the lorMs
and Alabama Land Compay. The
latter organization teas over th
Brent mill property aad winl modet
it in connection with Ite other mIff
at Falco, Ala. The merger oes Into
effect November 1, and at that time
the business heretofore .dAe by. the
Wright mill will be co6h4etd at the
Brent mill under the itew nae as
stated above.
SPREAD lo*uIN R *&
By As.s.. !Pom.
6t. Petersburg, Oct.; L.-b#Twr S
cases of bubonic plaguead o 4*hi
have occurred at 3CirSk,

very mucn encouraged. in inau e
Health Oicer Porter is highly pleased
and said lat night that he was oeam
dent that thbeeer wold stapd
oat in thin city before the arrival of
fret. One thing that Is ene~C.ieiag
to Dr. Porter is the fact that theu
Is a marked decrease in all kinds sd
classes of fever In the city. 8oIe
weeks ago the physicians were i
structed to report every case of Mi
or, no matter of what kind to the
health oeier. A comparison of the
reports of two weeks since and yester.
day shows that there i but little sick-
nees in the city, with the exception of
the cases of fever now under treat-
ment. This shows that the city Is
becoming more healthy.
Dr. Porter was In good spirits lt
alght, as he viewed the situation, ad
Is now more confdent than at mW
time sace the outbreak of the feve
that it is now wen under control
Many tegsmyTa Killed
Thousands of pegomyla were h
ad during the past week in residem
of the city. When the fall force oI
futigators were placed at work, tYi
deerm were after fnpigattag a hoIeW
to obtain spectmeas d the m ui
killed and brng them to the okce of
the state board of health For the
arst few days it wa fond that fuBy
A0n'tenthle ol the realdenacesa If
gated contained te Ste"Pmyi wLB
diriag the later port only abet
thd of th showed the prnami
the -sagUa. Ths indleatee that
FYuint .n has a t only been them-
L uta tha the stegomyla is being
YONOray the fmtigating ra vIS
M 1 uididsses., which were fuar-
lhe wrk will amati at Its
I now Oggthe mdienw %kb


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S(Coontinued from First Page.) effective, from the hygienic as well
as from every other, standpoint.
advice. Meaawklle the work is al- The work of building the canal is a
ready well under way, and has ad- great American work, in which the
vanced sufficiently far to enable n? i whole American people are irterested.
Sto announce with certalun' tha it can 1 I has nothing tu do with parties or
surely be accomplished, and probably parttsansh'p, and is being carried, on
'at rather less expense thn waas an- with absolute disregard ro all merely
S' ticipated. But upon the las: poni., political considerations; with regard
i as well as upon the question f time. only to efficiency, honesty, and econ-
^ I l L 1 ^1 -- i no p, ihive Statement can b? made omy. i
F O R N ibe w M b until the report of the commission An Efficient Navy.
of engineers as to the exa.t t ype ot The digging of the canal will, of
Scandal has been received. The work course. greatly increase our interest
is as difficult as it is impor*.nt; and in the Caribbean Sea. It will be our


An elegant hin o! the newest and

nobbiest leathers of this great $3.50

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:amination at th ( court house last!
%eek and Mi.-. ! DeFUNIAK aurl Hill. tal in secur.CH PL
ing a toacherh.r c r:i':ato .
Dr. C. E Thompson and family have
returned from Michiean. where they
Special to The Journal. pen: the sumn-ier.
DePuniak. Oct. 21.-Miss Gary Be- Mr. S. K. Gillis and Mr W\m. Rog- Special to The Journal.
Vile went to Apalachicola Friday to ers were in Tallahassee this week on Chipley, Oct. 21.-The B. C. & St.
aslst as soloiot in a series of meet- business. i A .R. R. is building a large ware-
Ins, which the Rev. W. F. Wagner Mr. W. H. Wason. of Marianna. was house between its main and transfer
lf holding there in the city Wednsday tracks. The contractors are busily at
Mrs. J. J. McCaskill. of Freeport. is Privates PaAt.rick. Lurie. McCaiil. work and the whole line will soon be
wirting her olaughter. Mrs. D. W. Williars. Geo. Ward and Will Ward in operation. The company received
Burke. were requested by a wire from Cap- five car loads of steel rails yesterday.
Mr. Harry E. Murray came homeI tein Flournoy to report at Lake City A car load of mules also came in for
f:dm nlinois Monday. The other Friday in order to join their company one of the contractors. The Crow
members of the family will not re- as escort to the President at Jackson-! Milling Company is shipping lumber
ture before rost. ivllle today. On the eve of the com-- over the new railroad nearly every
After a few days stay at MilliPan. t .an's departure to the encampment' day from Blue Lake to Chipley.
Mr. A. D. Morrtlm returned here the ladies of the Town Improvement The Chipley high school is doing
Thuarday. Ms. Morrison and his fam-' Assocation presented it with a beau- better than ever before. There are
IJy have rooms with Mrs. Sue Gillis. tiful silk flag. Mrs. Pearl E. Stanley seven grades and seven teachers.
Mrs. D. L. McBwain, of Arcadia, is gave a short address appropriate t) and all are busy, some classes being
%illtina her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. the occasion and Captain Flournoy heard after hours. Every private
P. Meanr. responded with a brief speech. The family that will take boarders is ac-o
Mr. D. A. McLean and little daugh- ladies closed( the ceremony by singing commodating scholars from the coufl-
ters. Mary and Jeanette, of Milligan. *'The Star Spangled Banner" and giv- try. This is evidence of the popular
sptut the first of the week here. ing three cheers for Company "K." 1ty of the school.
aSpt. R. Q. Baker held a special ex- Mrs. W. W. Flournot left yesterday Banks Bros. are opening a seed
i t join Captain Flournoy in Jackson- store here for the sale of farm and
vie today. M.Fkurnoy Will bears a4nu tocT
her, which will be about Tuesa'ay boys are well known in Pensacola.
next. The younger brother has lately come
S* Fair pounds which sare just out of the navy.
f*Y *|across the street frtbm the Chatauquai
Auditorium. are being put in good
HTlON E ; shape by Mr. R. W. Storrs with his tos Py--he
usual push and energy. The aulltori-! Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplacs
H Om will be used for the smaller exhi- of prompt delivery. Open Yll night
SIbits. Phone 1100.


and T R The Journal's Daily Fashion


wM lI

PREE VEE*FS ^^'.'^^'l' I;

PmeUme.Ia and

POW* Ness rl Tb not ony
tops the cough, but heals and strength-
ea the lungs and prevent serious r e
stm from a cold.
There is no danger of Pneumonia,
Consumption or other serious lung
trouble if IFd 9 fleay Ia r T ;
Is taken, as it will cure the most stub-
born coghs--the dangerous kind that
sett on the lungs and may develop
into pneumonia over night.
If you have a cough or cold do not
risk Pneumonia when Fegs' Mle eny
I Taf will cure you quickly and
trengthen your lungs.
Remember the name Few
lle" a"I Tw-and refuse any
substitute offered. Donot take chace
with some unknown preparation that
costx you the same when you cam got
F yls fl y am od Ta, that costs
yel M m ee and is safe and certain
in results. Contains no opiates.

Dmd Afta ysuielags Sei Nob

E. H. Jones. Pastor M. E. Church,
Grove, Md., writes: "About seven or
eight years ago I had a very severe cold
Which physicians said was very near
pneumonia, and which they afterwards
pronounced consumption. Through a
friend I was induced to try a sampk of
Foley's Honey and Tar. which gave me
so much relief thit I bought some of
the regular sire. Two or three bottles
cured me of what the physicians called

consumption, and I have never had any
trouble with my throat or lungs sine
that tune."
Three sias--25c, 50c, $1.00.
The 50 cent sine contains two and
one-half times as much as the small siea
and the $1.00 bottle almost six time
as much.


Models that repea: some of th? many' cloth. with unplucked beaver at col-

Empire designs are among the most lar and cuff; and a hanAome braid
satisfac:ory of thhe season. Combin-1 defining the body part. The skirts
ng as they do the charm of novehly :are circular in cut. with inverted pleats
with a certain amount of the centre of the back, the sides
describing a graceful outward flare
ty. and the ease with which they ar" that is especially smart and becoming.
fited as well. it is no wonder that they The sleeve is full at the top, pleated
hsve met with an enthusiastic accep- to the arm size, and tapering to a
tasne on al -ides. The model is one! reasonably close ft below the elbow.
in a pale shade of French gray broad-I The full cuff is of the roll-over variety.


to President Roosevelt, Who is Accompanying Him Upon His
Tour of the Southern States.




After Years of Experience, Advises Women in
Regard to Their Health.

Mrs. Martha Pohlman
of 55 Chester Avenue,
Newark, N. J., who is a
graduate Nurse from the
Blockley Training school ,
at Philadelphia, and for
six years Chief Clinic
Nurse at the Philadelphia
Hospital, writes the letter
printed below. She has
the advantage of personal
experience, besides her
professional education,
and what she has to say
may be absolutely relied
Many other women are
afflicted as she was. They
can regain health in the
same way. It is prudent
to heed such advice from
such a source.
Mrs, Pohnlian writes:
"I am firmly persuaded,
after eight years of experience
with Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetale Comr un, thaitrthai
is the safest and heist
for any suffering ,woman to Pol a
"Immediately after my
marriage I found that my
health began to fail me. I 11
came weak and pa!e. with so-
ve-e hearing-dLw u pains, fear-
ful ba'kaches and fretluent
dizzy spell. The ,lo'tors pro-
scriie" for me, yet I did not .
Improve. I would bl)att after
eating and frniently beconre
nauseated. I had an acri l ischarge And J ness. :faintne~, lassitude. excitability,
pains down through my limlt kso ol' l irritabiit v. ncrvousnefs. sleepless
harllv walk It was ae a a! a case of f,,male i nes, ilaneor v,' ali-gon a" ndl
trouble as I have e'r known. Lviia F. n m a-n n
linkhamns Vegetabiti Comrnond, however. wnt-t--:t- Te be
curled !me within four n.otiths. Since that and lihpclsness. ther shnnid remne
time Ilave had oi 'asi4on to recommend it t-' her tilcre is one tried and true remedy.
a numnle or of patients suifente frnn all I.vdia E. I'inlham Veg.-table Com-
fonrm of fm:niile dificulties,.and I find that pound at oner removes .such trouble.
while it is co-. idi'ed unproftsional to rec-
om:nnui a patent medineu. I recomnrmnd Lydiai E. ltnkham's V~cetabte woril hai rti'v iv l tih \ ieh.spread
Compound, for I hae found that it cur-es and I~nm4taliti(wdc nlors.'mcnt. Noother
female ills, where all other medicine fails. It mnidicine- hass .uch a ,ecurd of cures ot
Is a grand medicine for sick women." female troutlles
Money cannot buy such testimony as I The needles einof women from
this-merit alone can produce such re- diiea-s pec~ ~n r to thir sex isterrible
sults, and the ablest specialists now i t s re. The m Inne which they pay to
agree that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-i ltors who l ironed which the i pay to
table Compound is the most iniver- (ln>ctrs "who o r:t. thelp them is an
sally successful remedy for all female enuormnud wa:noe. ihe pain is cured
diseases known to medicine. anki ,he iro,,y is .savd oy Lydia E-
When woplen are troubled with ir- Piin.kham'-s Vo.v' thnll- 'onll.un(. Ex.
regular, suppressed or painful men- perience ias proved this.
struation, weakness, letrcorrhoea, dis- It is well for women who are ill to
placement or ulceration of the womb, write Mrs I'inkha:u. at Lynn. Mams.
that bearing-down feeling, inflamma- In her great expw-r;neP. which covers
tion of the ovaries, backache. bloat- many years, she hat probably had to
ing (or flatulence), general debility, in- deal with dozens of escs just like
did sxtion atnd n erv i t Tirn* GUtin,,J. v un' 1Af 'ib.4V A iD f- AU C-6;

a re beset with such symptoms as dizzi- det
It is of course inevitt9le'"'"' t 'from (lnty to pliice the canal hoth in the Jdia E PiahaU's V1Ctah Cups.U
timee to time difficulties '11l occur and interest npf other nations and in our
,'checks be encountered. Whenever own interest. To do this it .s, of
. such 1A the case he men of little iaith course, indispensable to have au efi-.
'at home will i6e that little faith, andlcient Navy (and I am happy to say
Sthe critics who confound ii-;:;tnria that we .ire well on our way toward
With emphasis will ac after the.r having on)., and also to possess, as IC E C O A L
-kind. uui oqrpeople as a whole pos-, we already possess, certain strategic
w-ses not only, f aith, but resolution, points to control the approach to the frama t
-.swept one way or the other by mere canal. In addition it is urgently ne':-' ConsumoHf e Awnd
sensationalism. No cherk tnat may essary that the insular and continent- Offce-Corner Chase and Tarragona.
come will be bf more *han rival and al countries within or bordering upon
passing consequence, will inflict any the Carribocan Sea shou'il be able to.-
permanent damage, or cause any se- secure fair dealing and orderly liber-
rious delay. The work can b-e lone, ty within their own borders. I ne shown tda a having been done
is being done, and will be done. not say that the United States o.: be the people of your rain ce. Wened
What has'already been ,cc.mipliim- only has no purpose of a^grx'e.sion d t tr
ed is a guaranty as to the future. upon any Republic, continental or in- eduationmoralityeand inustr. tu
Weaklingn and Trouble Makers. sular, to the south of us, but has the ed intelligence, clean elvinctand thl bu
When any such work is undertaken friendliest feeling toward tnem. and' He spoke wor several minutes to the ley.
there are always many mert adven- desires nothing save their progress received enthusiasti- A
turers who fock to where it i:; going and prosperity. We do not wish an- g i ii
on, and many men who thiuk they other foot of territory; an 1I think callpy.
are adventure's, but who are 'n real. our conduct toward Cub !a guar -austine at o 4:45 where Sunday will be tal
ity either weak or timid, foi.ow in anty that this is our genuine attitude pe
their footsteps. S'ne of the first toward all our sister republics. If pen. ca
class will now and then cau trouble ever we should have to interfere in Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace In
in one way or another. But every the affairs of any of 3ur neighbors of prompt delivery. Open all night. In
care will oe taken to detect any mi-: it would only be when we found it Fhone 1100. h
deed on their part and :o punish them impossible longer to refrain nom d3- i that
as soon as the misdeed is lcteteld. ing so without serious damage follow-1 d'r-
As for the second class they will ing; and even in such cas,- it would Hew Paul Jones Countered. the
cause trouble chiefly by losing hear, 'only be with the sincere andt ilfec- When the Englsal government de- "
returning hole, or writing home, and tive pur,)ose to make our interfer-i bounced John Paul Jones as a pirate (I'
raising a err.that they are not hap- ence beneficial to the peoples con- the American naval hero neatly coun- -h,:
py and that the conditions of life are cerned. Of course, occupying th. tered. Ie replied that ha had looked conu
not easy, or that the work 's not Dn- position we do, occasions man.- now I in the dirtionar and fuund a pirnae tn
ing done as they think it ought to be and then arise when we can not re- e dt ny and found a pirae tun
done. Now these men standl just as frain from such int.rflrece, save defined as "an enemy of mankind. o013y
the stragglers and laggard stan l who under penalty of seeing sore oiher and, "as England was then nt war with the
are ever to be found in the rear of strong nation undertake the duty the whole of America, the greater part cf-i
even a victorious armv. The veter- which we neglect; and sch teglecr.:of Europe and much of Asia., inot to cilak
ans of the civil war who arj here would he unfortunate from more ilhan speak of a bit of Africa, she in point *f
present will tell you that the very one st,nd1poihlr. Wherever p).--ible of fact came as near being the enemy v:;
rear of an army, even when it is vic- we should glaly give any a'd '.'e can of mankind as could well be con-elved w'
torious, is apt to look and behave as to a weaker sister rep;ih!!c which is and that Englnnd was therefore the b5t
if the victory were defeat. Ana just endeavoring to achieve sta'.ility an pirate and not Paul Jones."
the same thing is true in any great prosperity. It is an ungenerous thing g
enterprise in civil life; there are al- for us to refuse such at I; an;l i: is
ways weaklings who get trampled foolish rot to give it il a v y ;ha; XiNapleon ms a Bogy Man. A
down or lose heart, and their. are al- will make it really ,ffc"vti-. and Thnck'jrnv once saw Naioleon on the Are,
ways people who listen to the!r com- therefore of direct benefit to the peo- Island of St. Helena. The novelist-he lenl
plaints. They amount to noiiing one pie concerned-and of in tir .t b, n,- was born In Calcutta in ISll-was on
way or the other, so far as achiiv- fit to us. simply beca!is, it is a bene- his way to England a a child. "Our g
ing results is concerned; and their fl: to them. In the last r-sort and ship touched at an Island where my this
complaints and outcries n?-d never only in the last re-orr, it n!ay oc- lack servant took me for a long wak po
detain us. casionai, he necessary to interfere over rocks and hills until we Paw a to v
Health on the Isthmus. !by exerci.;ing what is vi"-u!'y an an walk a garden. That I e, n a,
I call your attention speeitcally to international police po ver, if "nly to alkn a rden. That Is e on
said the black man; 'that is B-naparte.
the matter of health on the IEthmus. avoid seeing some Euronean power laie e tlackwebeep every day andarte w;as
The climate was supposed to be dead-; forced to exercise it. In short, while He eats thee heoep every day and all s
ly, and yellow fever, in especial, was we must interfere always cauiiiousl;,i the little children lie can lay hands
supposed to be epidemic. Yet .since Iand never wantonly; yet. on rare oc- on.' That black serving man was not n
we have assumed control there has casions. -here the ne-,l is great, it the only person of the time to believe
been far less yellow fever than in may be necessary to interfere, un- the story which he told. it
our own country. The administration less we are willing to confess our- -- n
is steadily becoming be' ter and more solves too feeble for the tazk we have low.

undertaken, and to avow that ve art-j
-- -- willing to surrender it into stronger!
Hands; and such confession end avow-1
al I know my countrymen too well to'
believe that they will ever riake.
After. the address was concluded
;he Presidenr was taken to the Boar:ld
h Wo Jodl t tmta the of Tradf buildinL, where an elaborate]
hr --.A 0_ tr lutiu 'ncheon was spread. The interiorof'
m 0 W th- large udiitoriurn w-s decoratel
SdOr with typical Florida products, flowers,
tI, lAl :fc.-anges, alligators ana' the national
^ ,,g colors.
c Or iMd r A l n After speechmaking the President
Som-aL f'mM vlas driven about the city, during
Safr which he called at the Baptist a(ade-
S O BIB mvy colored, where he made a brief ad-
Y i ory dress to the negroes.
StE ^ t i hsSpeech to Negroes.
SIO In his speech to negroes this after-
noon the President spoke of the pleas-
naoOQS lrspc[ls-ai eure he had In learning that many of
ko_ m the negroes of Jacksonville owne',
C their own homes and "By industry,
tc-48M h tf II> energy and thrift had accumulated
v .. g .as et rgg-rstal h small fortunes honestly and were
- ramSeekor a Dyapepr a.s spending it wisely. What we need ini
C. L Hood Cat, l M s this country is typified by what I haveI

Id Succeeds Where Others aiLF

ind WOOD

Fuel Comppny.
Phone 25L.

A addb!st aNouert.
hlrere arnuai whi wear mOle at-
. The reiigions females who ari
s1 strange y g:irbed are mentikuJed
Sir Charles Gor.iou in his "Reco'i
ions of I'hirty-nine Years In the
D 1840 Sir Charles, accompanied by
el!ow officer, was seeking a bospi-
site i: Tl'-iitin., China, when ho
ie in sight of a Buddhist nunnery.
spite of the warnings of one of the
lates, who appeareIt in male attire
y enterpCl the lbuilding and founo
t all the other nuns were aimilary
',d"!. 'i hi- intrusion greatly shocked
I;ul x,.:1 -t W',I'i,'u. wi
uir r'ttre was real," said Mir
rle9. i-iplauationA were ex-
!;- d1: we were informed that t1o ]
unin:llity within adopted mal co-
o ;a:i :;n i:idll'anlon that tbhe' not
- r!ir)noiun'dl the world, bl, with it
e::il<'hi-Io of t';eir ser. We were re-
-*i I, t!;(c I:nLi! ssllerior.and tea uia
.ye w".-'c ,?Thr,-d! to an.l partaker
!y u-. e\'n a e thin permitted to
t tl*1 'lPr!-..te chapell' and finally
pairt,.1 fr.,; the religieuses oil the
; of t( r:n ."

The Hopcleusanem e 8oe
fquaii:;t old cure for the goat-- 4
S. fr(ii: a s"'ventr work. that was designed to show
's hlioPelI-ness. "First pick," said
odd tunrr. "n handkerrhllef from the
'0dl; ~(m,'i(. wnaih the handkerchief
n I)ni, !: ni'.!;ir'. pond: third, dry It
tllhe lh '' of : Ip'rsot who Dneer
;,: .1,.: ; fourth, aend it to the
of at ; )i ~' .'-.a who never kUild a
i".t; hi!:. n:ark It with a lawyer's
.who riv-.'r -I;atel a client, and. *'
h. a,; ly it. lit. to the gout tor-
ted r.;irt. A -pedy cmre mst f99

Some Peopel
Seem to be al.vay. s::;? r:,-: '- um a weak tomach.
They can't s! p nor f a ar.t a a result are nervous.
restless, tired end w-'-k. Tihe:- have the haggart
look so characteris'lc of the 'O s'w;'ptic. If we could
only persuade or:v ry st h su'-trer to try


Stomach Bitters
we know good health would be their sure reward
Thousands of d3spepics ihaveoTouni this true and a
dair trial is all that is nec'esary to convince yx.,
too. It always cures.
Headache, Costivenes, Poor Appetlte, Indiges-
tion, Cramps, Heartburn, Bloating, and Malarial
Fever, Colds or Grippe.
Aged people or thoso recovering from a long sick
spell will be greatly strengthened by the Biturs.
Try it.

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i-I *-,-rt --r-- -lP





yu -weta iler t dm

m the average ma
or SW r than the
gug me mthegare w
.peda.y designed
*mpes in

uilt in the same pro-
portiomn asyour fig-
ure. The figures on
the price ticket are
poportioned just the
same ordinary
cs. All th: extra-
ordinary part in
the vale. Handmade
cmar ew lapl
frofs that won't
row limp ad brea
Colnm, e thwm


sr- i

I C. .Q O IIM II i

OBee. Brouabam building, t
to Penswaca Busness College
Prompt atteton always given
to bqtnue"a Pssac lcc l. I

r Je wess. W T
P S sI.
Dm Bomeo who has bee Ill for
some time with yellow fever, has re
coveted, and is on the streets again.
Jedge John Avery returned yester
day afternoon from Chicago, where he
bad been for the past two weeks on
legal business.
Ota Johnson left Sunday for Nash
Ville. where e e will remain for a few
days. after which be will proceed u
Columbus. Ga., to visit his brother.
"'Tbe Want Ad Way" is the answer
to the majority of people who ask
a A -How will I get about it?" Try The
Journal's want ads. for yourself.
Rev. Father O'Brien. of Montgomery
heated the city yesterday afternoon
ad will conduct services at St. Jos
"'6 church today. Father O'Brien
bo Is a native of Fensacola will re
aiBs in Pamnacol during the illness
tf Rev. Father Hankoff.
R. Bichoff. who has for years con
ducted a barber shop at 204 6outh
Paifor street. but who recently sold
It. leaves for St. Louis where he wil
In future reside. Mr. Biecboff ha;
greatt early 50 years in Pensacola ant
b be now goes to spend the remainder
of hi life in the city of his birth, St
The Board of Public Safety made an
spection Priday of the fire depart
Weat. The inspection was primarily,
to ascertain what men required ne~
U tiforms. and with the exception ol
three all were found to be in need o
Cbea. The equipmt-nt and stock were
*hso inspected and found to be in first
lass condition.
Perfectly natural. Blue Ribbon lImn
Oa and Vanilla are just the pure con
~tttrated extriac of the fresh fruit
"Takes less. Flavors perfectly."
Much More Valuabl,.
There are lots of young girls who
S re devoting lotf of timni to music ie-
.~ ons that will learn after marria.r
that cooking is a more valuable a,
nampllshment than thuniping on a
lla-o.-Milligan Hcrai:1.


Cash .
O ftend a L W ill. a. .. .. .. ........ 100
C ASSICAL SCHOOL Often Leave Him a Bad as Wounded Geo. Lewis, Tallahassee, ..
Army food has ruined the digestion W. B. Sheppard, ........
of many gocd men. A veteran speak- C. E. Merritt,.........
ing of how a wise selection of food;M. S. Pcnd ...........
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO h(lpe. him. says: White Employees at Millview
ITS WORK. g "For over 35 years my stomach Joe Roth .............
T WORK. paveme e an immense amount of trou- Citizens of Warrington.......
He -'r'T'r hin aI nuit intin it sarl i nus IT:--A i1;u.w.......J

25 00
5 90
6 00
50 00
5 30
9A Ant

PVi. .-t. 1gi put oits i I and UBing. incinnatUU i ...... 20.VV0
Prof. Walter Miner, professor of to cause an internal (and infernal) rev- M. H. Sullivan ............ 50 00
Break h Tulane University, after oiulion which unfitted me more or less Balz. Whipple & Co.. Cincinnati 10 00
v'tlag the classical school. wrote for business. My doctors told me that Sunday school children of Bag-
ithe adowng asolicite opinion tc a the trouble was all brought about b dad .. .......... 24 00
rle en dL eoi se ge: the salt pork or salt beef (or horse) Colored List.
-The Pensacola Classical School i v.hich comprised the main part of the'
doig a splendid work for the cause of foad supplied me by Unle Sam dur-; Big Zion Sunday scnoc' .... 5 00
aoK .?SS ^-M. M. aewey. (Sentinel .... 250
smOthbr education. It ih established ing mi three years service in the great os. Jamwey. (Sentinel .... 2 50
1po bred principles. it cherishes t* O C vil War Jos. H. James, ...............5 00
highestt ideals of scholai.ship; it main. u .For many years I tried cracked!W. H. Harvey ...............2 00
tasM a high standard of excellence ; wheat oatmeal. boiled rice, and many Moses Lyman ............... 1 00
lad by the best modern methods and other things, but my stomach kept up Richard Morris ..............5 00
O.RPMert It secures thoroughness o its unpleasant grumbling and painful Cash ......................... 55
b9th aparable with that afford aches L. F. And- rson .............. 2 Ou
the. go mt tting schools of thea ch .little over a year ago while in lMarion B1Ie ................. 1 00
O10d.l Scho isod o the vPnae Doroit on business, a friend sitting a Preston ordon .............. 1 00
bt e ool of the very" the breakfast table with me. ordered Aaron Johnson ..............
Dr. enabl, r) esidetools of the Uso-th." a starter. a dish of Grape-Nuts. St. Paul church ............... 75

pour school to the rert of e eal. Sincess of then in have eaten Grape- N Thointh Avenuclae Baptist Church 1.00
Ieshould me ged teo ve more of th periethan usually followed my morning A Cloreld Citizen............5 0

Dr. o eo. Petrie, professor of Latin Nts ev ted morning for breakfast and Aaron S. Johson.. d.. ....1
d Hsor'y the labama Poytec- frequently for lunchepn also. Mt. Zion Baptist Church ...... .21
tc lastutse writes: "i consider the Mv stomach has been toned up and
uaeo s Cla ssical Shcoloneof the is stronger than it has been since 1862. No Wonder He Skipped.
oest lttiag school ia this section of I have no more of the old pans and The only terrors a peacemaker has
the oeth. I ca- codently endorse uneasiness and I am better able to at-to endure are the poems that are sure
04 thoroughtess of its work and the ten'a to my business. This result I to oag his steps after such an event
ialthy maaly atmosphere that per.'ettribute to the use ao Grape-Nuts, as No wonder President Rbosevelt 4eair-
&e teSe institution. I l have taken no medicines meantime." ed a trip South. Poet Laureate Wl-
Wtm further information or cata- Name given by Postnm Co., Battle son of England will probably have his
"e of the school address. Creek Mich. effusion in Washington on the Presi-
AL CLAY ARMSTROMQ I There's a reason. dent's return.-Uaineasille Sun.

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w e f~r~s .mbwed~in



i cre m y seded to n h It is Lt t E t tat
Assist Il Caring Far the FSast-Il Ap ar This Early
Skk o 0igy:Mka. Waen or es. w i.. se.
*iHr o 1e E ~Old In i bulk. Tbhe nua blt s"at Iu
Srck of the Cd to eot or your meo r beak.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicag or N.. gM
While a neat sum of money has LU AIL SM TE MUL MI While the present cool weather,
been raised, by the citizens of Pen- which is welcome to Peneacolians just
socala and those in towns nearbiv, ii ntin thr h t
Where person are interested, the A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST at this time will continue through to-
amount so far is inadequate to the de- SUITED WITH A day and tonight and possibly during
mands. Trained nurses, medicines Monday, it is not expected that frost
food and treatment by physicians E TIFll appear here de ft the present
which have been furnished to a large L IiRT ID C lcol spell.
Number of families require consider-
able money, and has about exhaust- go I i The loca weather bureau reports
ed the amount donated. Athe tempermtare at 50 degrees during
Yesterday the Sunday school chil- All the qualities of flavor, aro- Friday night, and white it was po%-
dren of Bagdad contributed ,24.09 ma. color and good material is sibly somewhat colder last night, it
which has been placed to the credit embodied In it. is hardly possible that the tempera-
of the fund. The contributions are ture will reach the freezing point,
as follows: A. Greenhut & Co., which is necessary when frost forms.
The Domatlom. As will be se0, the present toni-
M. K. Corley, Hattlesbur...... 5.00 DISTRfIUTORS, perature is very much below the sea-
S....sonal average at Pnmsacola, and it is
tS. iseruoa Bank .......... $5000 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. believed by many that an early frost
W. S. Keyser Co............200.00
American National Bank...... 20000 will occur.
Consolidated Grocery Co...... 250.00 o i WD T Wether CeOtions.
8 8. IRIGIT CO ba either Ceedion m
Thos C. Watson.......... .. 100.00 of weather conditions, yesterday
Escambia Kealty Co......... 60 00 Manufacturers of said:
Lee Daniel ................. 25.00 and Dealers i "The cool wave and fair weather
W. A. Blount............ 100.00 LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED L, hPRES now reaed the Atlantic and
Hannah Bros................. 10.0 SHINGLES AND KILN- Gt states and the temperatures arev
People's Bank........ ........ 100.00 DRtED SAPL below the sesoaal.average over prac-1
Pensacola Water Company.... 100.C0 tically the whole jAcmtry, the lowest
Leslie E. Brooks.............. 1000 H. H. Thornton. ............ 10.0 temperature belong 14 degrees in
J. M. Coe.................... 10.00 J B. Roberts......... ..... 10.0A northern Nevada. EI l* frost was
Pensacola Investment Co..... 100.00 p. Williams Co............ 100.00 bservedthis morni Ati Kansas City;
M. F. Gonzalez................ 2509 T. A. Jennings ................ 100.00 heavy *Oit at ChOcap, pnaha, Fort
Southern States Lumber Co.... 100.0 eo. W. Wright...........,.. 6000 S~tth, rt ngham AtI Atlanta and
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.00 Cash .. .................... Ulht frost t r at l aBoO", Miss., Mont-
German-American Lumber Co.. 60.00 Quina & Guttman .......... 10.00 gomery and Charlotte. .,
Saunders Mill Co............ 25.00 Fran Rek Reilly ............ 25.00 "The depreslon wheit was in the
J. R. Saunders............... 60.00 S. A. Friedman................ 10.00 lower Lake Region Ia Oving off over
SPensacoia St Andrews D Dannheisser .............. 5.00 Maine; it has eased brisk to high
Gulf Steamship Co.......... 25 00 H. Anson.................. 10.00 westely winds in the power Lake Re-
D. Kugleman......... .10.00 Marston & Quina ............. 25.00 glon and on the-nortit Atlantic coast;
r J. Geo. White ................ 5.0 W J. & B. Forbes............ 100.00 a gale of forty-eight miles from tha
SS. P. Shotter Co............. 250.00 N. Goldring .................. 15.00 northwest is reported from New York.
Jos Coleman................ 2.00 Cash.. ................... 5.00 It was attended by generally light
A. F. Warren.............. 25.0 W H. White & Co............ 5.00 rain Friday over New York and the
S. LRoc ................... 500 Warren Fish Co.............. 100. New England states; light rain haii
e Jno. B. Jones. .............. 5.00 Pensacola Stables ........... 10.00 also fallen along the middle Atlanti-
ST. H. Iannon Co........... 1500 1.....
C. Thiesen ................. 100.00 coast and at scattered places in the
Wm. Johnson & Son.......... 2 0- Southern Bell Telephone Co.. 25.00 southeast Atlantic and Gulf states.
Clutter Music House.......... 0.00 J McGaughey............. 5.30 "The crest of the high pressure
Meyer Shoe Store..........15.00 Armour Packing Co.......... 25.00 now reaches from the Pacific north-
Standard Clothing Co........ 10.0cf Dubulsson Bros .............. 20.00 west southeastward to the Carolinasj
iDouvile Timber and Land Co. 00 Star Laundry ................ 15 00 and fair and cool weather will con-
Maxwell & Reeves ........... L. S. Brown & Co............ t9'0 tinue tonight and Sunday with light
SS. Pasco, Jr ................ 5.00 Judge H. Bellinger ......... 15.00 to fresh northeast windd"
P. HCapbell .. .......... 5.03 Marks & Gayle .............. 50 00
H. H. Boyer ................. f5. J Swift & Co., ................ 25 00 Hooton's Pharmacy--he Birthplace
SKress & Co............. .. 10. Miss Fannie Henauerson ........ 2.50 of prompt delivery. Open all night.
.. Hale Wilson. ........ .. 2.5.00 ~McKenzle Oerting & Co ...... 100 Phone 1100.
n A. M. Avery ............... 25.00 Dunwody-Alken Co ............ 25.00
Tho e Pebleyw........... S. Roberts ............... 6.00 MORE PRAISE FOR
Forbes FurnitureCo... ..... Citizens National Banb ...... 100 00 FUMIGAT1NtA CORPS
- N. G. eor iimner ......... 0 I,. & N. R. R. Co., ........ 100 p0
H. GDeSilvaf o. .. F. W. Marsh .............. 12 00 The fumigating corps is receiving
W. A. D'Alemberte ............ 10, R. M. Cary .................. 10 00 more praise now than was formerly
as. McHugh .............. 250 J. Ed. O'Brien ............. 10 00 the case. In fact where the men
I So. Cahn Co................ 2 9 Pensacola Gas Co ........... 150.00 formerly met with opposition and
h SoB ahn & C............... 100 Electric Terminal Railway Co.. 10000 were spoken of in harsh terms they
d J. Kryger .. ...... ...... 17 00 Gculding Fertilizer Co ........ 100.00 are now praised for the excellence of
s Green & Watson ............ 10.0John C. Avery................ 25.00 their work, especially from those who
i J.. C. VanPelt................. 5.)4 P. Martinez .. ......... 2 00 can appreciate the advantages of hav-
The Pnsacola Journal........ 2500 J W. lo ........ .. 5.00 ing their bomes fumigated.
. C. B. Parkhih .... ..... .... 10 00 Welles-Kahn Co .. .. .... 25.00 Edward Anderson, of North Alcan-
Naval St res Export Co.. .. .250.0 Rhodes-Futch-Collins Io..0.... 15.00 iz street, whose home was fumigate:l
W. B. Wright Co............ 5a.00 A Moog, .................... 10 0 yesterday, last night stated that not
SN Apostle................. 2.00 Suthern Cotton Oil Co........ 50.00only was the work done thoroughly,
Daid Hyer Co............ 5 F. E. Brawner.. .............. 1000but that the men under Foreman
R. G. Bushnell................ 20 P. Reese....................... 00 Nayler, conducted themselves in a
A. A. Fisher................. 50.00 D. H. Klusmeier.... .... .... 5.00 most gentlernaniy manner, and did
f 1 Basar & Co ............... 1000'J Lion Brewery ................ L2 *C everything possible to keep the fam-
f Pensacola lumber CoPear Co. 1000 Bear ................0 ily from being inconvenienced.
'. C. Brent.................. 25.00 \Windisch-Muhlhauser Urewjng
John S!-'nard ..........5....... 5 Co ........................ 25 00
Diu .......... 2 00 L.Fedman & Co. .......... ..10.00
A x Di.1u............... 0 0 Sullivan & Sullivan ........ 10.00
x \ e B .................. 10.00 0
S Irr ..................... 00 Dr. E. C. Bennet ............ 5 00
SE. J. DuRnam ................ 5.00 McMilan Bros. Co., Mobile .... 25 00
SGulf Marinine Co............. 25.01' J. C. Pebley.. ............... 10.03
O H. Smi:h & CSon............ 00F. M. Williams. ............. 10.00
ar Pi .................. 100 icke & Co.................. 10.00
W B Laar ................ 00 Phil Pearl... .............. 4.10 GET THE BOOK
arritt Moreno ............ 5 F. Cook Brwing Co, .... 50 (0 OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE.
W'. S. Rosasco ............... 10.00 Senator S. R. Maliory ........50 00
Marine Grocery Co............ 5 n L. Wisclogel .............. 5 O9
H. Muller...... .............. 5.90 F. R. Meade .. .............. 10.00
F. O. Ho)we & Co............ 25.00 P.Tornoe .................... 5.00
J. C. Por:tr.................. 1003 Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co .... 100.00
J. A. C('haffin ................" 25.00 Clyde Wilson ........ .. ....5.. ti e
E. D. Bciggs ............. 5 00 e
S SOLDIERS "8 ALT MHO8" ,n'.L Berry ............ 00t of Wb

Come and See the Specal Bargains we wil a pce on sale in the

various d epartfbtL

SA very choice line Be sure to seehe speal bargains in
NW IL New Fall Silks at 39c, 47c and 6c per yard

New Wool Dress Goods.
The handsomest line ever shown
in this city. Be sure to see
them while the lines are all com-
35c Wool Tweed Suitings, new
styles for.. ...... ..........190
1 lot of Extra Wide and Fine Mo-
hair Suitings, 75c and 85c val-
ues to go at... ...............
1 lot of Best $1.25 French Broaa'
Cloths, sponged and shrunk,
beautiful finish, our special
price.. .... .. ...........98c
1 lot of New Style Plaid Walstings
60c value, while they last......47c
46-inch Black and Colored Imperial
Chiffon Cloth, $1.39 value for
this sale.. .. .. .. ..............

New Slts sirts, Wast
25 dozen all wool Flannel Shirt
Waists, all Colors and Black,
$1.50 value special Monday....Otg
New Silk Waists worth $4.00 to
so at ......................2J.
New Man Tailored Suits, the great
est values ever offered. Pick
them out now.

1 lot of $1.50 Flanelette Kimona
for.. .. ..... .............
Handsome line of New Style
Flanelette, 12%c and 15c values
to go Monday at.. ...... .. 10
Mill Ends of 10c and 12%c extra
quality Outings, to go at .. .. 7%

Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Hats at Special Cut Prices I

Special Sale of Towels and Sheets.

No matter what you need In our

line, we guarantee to *ave you money

on each and every purchase, or your

money back.




It was the Gcrtest Wine Pewer *o
Aany PIliia Asimal.
SIt 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 honr and live continually
on the wing day and night for a week
or ten days. Ornithologists of note
even give it as their opinion that a
healthy individual of this species
would be equal to the task of making
a trip around the world without one,
closing its wings in rest. It is also
claimed that some species can remain
motionless in the air for hours without
flapping their wings. That they can
exert three times the horsepower per
pound of weight that a man can and
about the same amount more than a
horse. It Is, without question, a fact
that birds in general can exert phys-
ecal energy that is without parallel in
nature. It is generally supposed that
birds are lighter, bulk for bulk, than
other animals, but repeated experi-
ments have proved that there are no
grounds upon which to base such an

safe.. convinced of ou
"mt Maid the lawyer, "yor eate au. ||tT to Zlee
seems hopeless. I don't wse what I ab ilty to plani
can do for you. You admit that yo m t eactng.
beat your wife."
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my wife's testimony will dicont that.
he'd never admit that she was beat-

Mrs. Gshtngton -I suppme, now
that you have been abroad, you have
your own views of foreign life? Mrs.
Newrich-Nod we ain't got no views.
We didn't take no cmerat's.0 Kee posted. Ke up with the times.

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on the work from that standpoint
(lorida feels honored at having
President Roosevelt as her guest to-
day and she is grateful to him for the
words of cheer which he delivered
yesterday. For the time being, all
prtfsan feeling has been put aside
and we are Americans, citizens of a
common country, entertaining the
common president of the greatest na-
tioa In the world.

Cit Hospital Ambulynce

every other state board in the Uoath-
,rn states. No understandingg" that
.he governors of these states or to
:egislauret thereof might be parties
o could change human nature or
;void couticts between state boards
'here the conflicting Interests of
;ates are affected by quarantine re-
If we are to have a satisfactory
quarantine system at all. it must be
undnr the direction of the federal
government. The states themselves,
iich are competitors in trade aul
commerce and whose interests ovei
ap and conflict wherever quarantine
provisions are necessary, can never
)e expected to get together on the
question, and if they were able to do
o there is no means provided for
-olding them in line or for enforc-
.ng any "understanding" that they
might have.
We regret that Governor Broward
aas not seen his way clear to sup-
port the proposition for a federal
quarantine system which a predomln-
ence of the best thought all over the
south now seems to favor. Such a
system would mean a great deal to
Florida in general and to Pensacola
particular, and we had hoped that
.Jovernor Broward's aid in the inter-
eats of the movement might be en-

Mosquito Breeding Places
iOn Rodos.
While the mosquito crusade is on
and the destruction of the mosquito
breeding places is the order of the
hour, The Journal would call atten-
tion to a source of danger which the
sanitary inspectors no doubt over-

*- ------------@ fee** "* A n"h"qW We refer to the standing water
Pensamola needs a city hospital am-:which may be found in the gutter
1m- Mg rF leifd Fuwd balance. The nearest approach to aniand pockets on the roofs of many c
ambulance that the city now pos- the larger buildings in the city. Tai
SNesesses is the patrol wagon and that, of course is an unusual place to loo
As will be seen by the report of the. we think will be readily agreed, is for water and a sanitary Inspecto
eanal relief comsitte'a smeetng'about as poor an ambulance-subtil- would have a hard time finding
yierday, some $3,0 wil be needed tate a could well be provided, even if he looked. It is a fact, nevei
ar the relief of the yellow fver pati- When an accident occurs and some theless, that water ,may be found i
eats who are able to pa for media. e is injured, the only provision such places, and now would be a good
el attention and proper ring. which now exists for caring for the time to provide for an inspection )i
The Joaral tstl that the Monare e is the wagon used to haul dis- roofs and to see that danger frown
ftumate people of Pensacola will turbers of the peace to the police sta- this source is prevented.
ake a Iimmediate and a liberal re- tion It was not made for an ambu- Roofs are presumed to be built fo
spoAe to this appeal lor the rele of lIace, has no cover to shelter the in- the purpose of shedding water, pen
the dering and the psarration of Jured person from the sun or weather, most of them probably do, but man;
the Ite of yellow fever patleWs. ts without proper springs to prevent large roofs contain gutters from
There is plenty of money in Pensa-hard Jolting, and affords in no way which all of the water does not al
cola which can easily be pared for any adequate provision for the use to ways drain off, and they form capital
ttis purpose. About t$6M.0 has al- which it now frequently has to be breeding places for the mosquito.
ready been raised and speat in the put. The Job of "roof inspector" would no
work, but there are still large nut I If the city finances are not in a be a very desirable one or one whitc
bears of able persons who have not co- condition to provide to- the purchase could be easily filled, but some roof
tributed ana' there are many others of an ambulance at this time, then inspecting ought nevertheless to be
wbom it would not hat to contribute a contract should be made for tae done and now is a good time to take
a second time. i ne of the hospital ambulance in con- the matter up.
Pensacola has made no appeal to nection with the hospital bads which'
the outside pubcfor a. NwUs the city now "'h under anual con- Penf cola
cotributons from the outside have tract. NotRi
beef received and for these we are The cost either for the purchase or Not Reponsible.
deeply grateful, but this appeal ts the use of an ambulance would be The Montgomery Advertiser pub
Ie direct to our own people, among nnitessimal as compared with the lishes a special from Selma relative
h there Is plenty of money if they iering of the unfortunate beings to the death of a man in Marengc
will but contribute tt. who have to be carried either home County from yellow fever, which
Contribution may be sent to Mayor or to the hospital from the scene of among other things says:
Bias Trearer Youe of the coait- their injuries. The name of the man was not
ee, or to Te Journal ad illgiven. It is understood that he wa
a refugee from Pensacola, who had
be promptly transmitted to the proper Governor Broward and the tramped through the country to es
as for the great work of relief t rranti.e C___ fCc_ cape quarantine.
w ih L now b e urig c arr.d eeThe average Alabama newspaper
In his letter to the secretary of correspondent has a bad habit, every
Pimdet Roseo elt the Southern Conference on Immigra- time a case of fever Is reported In
kn FlrA tion and Quarantine. which meets in that state, of immediately Jumping tc
I- Chattanmoga next month, Governor the conclusion that Pensacola is re-
It wf a hap subject and a happy Broward writes of quarantine as fol- sponsible for it, and the strange part
and grtyg discusion of it thatlows: of it that "the name of the man was
characterized President Roosevelt's is my opinion. a common under- not given" and that he invariably
greetlug to the people of Florida yes- standing between tne Governors and "tramped through the country to es-
terday. those associated with them of the
The president's address, which ws several Southern States which re- cape quarantine.
vered in Jacksonville yesterday re constant care that they do not If, before going off half-cocked. the
become infected with contagious or correspondents would stop to cone!d-
afternoon, is published elsewhere in infectious diseases from otner coun- er the almost utter impossibility of
The Journal's Asoated Press di- tries is of supreme importance. The m m y
patches this morning and it will re. Governors should agree upon a player man making his way over a hun-
Pay a care l reading. Iand have the plan adopted by the
Legislatures of the several States re- he Jadowwl Ph att Dur.
His assurances that the Panama quiring the boards of health to main-T r-
Canal will be built and his recogni- tain their public health department s & 8.t- u-rrb, 1905,
tio of the especial benefits which at such a degree or standard of ex- T f
will come to Florida and the other pert effioiency that the authorities of Tt
each of the several States would have
Gulf States as the rest of its coa- such confidence in the boards of each
struction are gratifying to Floridians of the other States as to rely upon
everywhere, and it is doubtful if the their action. I am of the opinion
president could have selected a sub- that much of the expenses now in-
prdn cl ha s e curred in carrying out quarantine rag- C IEB
)ct or have said anything concern-, uiations of each of the States may be
tag f which would have pleased them avoided and much of the alarm that or average f
more. is now felt would disappear, for the
The presidents reference to Je eason that once the charaem er of tne
,rules made and the efficiency of the
stragglers and laggards and weak- board in charge was known to the DAILV
ngsa who can find no higher purpose* officials of the several States inte -
Ia life than tagging at the tall end ested the alarm that now takes poD- The following figures show The Pen
of every great enterprise, with session of the people of the several s$cola Journal's circulation for eariL
States would disappear, and it would day during the month of September.
ut criticismand ompant fail to disturb and destroy business 95, with the average numb-er oi
r it, was not only characteristic of in these States from year to year. copies anily:
the man, but it illustrated a side of It is very evident, and regrettably Sept. 1, 5,000 Spt. 16, 5,300
human nature in such eas-'s which so, that Governor Broward does notSept 2, 5,000 Sept. 17, 5550
will h(, readily recognized every- approve of the proposition to estab- Sept 3, 5,200 ept. 18
Sept. 4,S...... ept. 19, 5,300
wher Illsh a federal quarantine. ept. 5, pt. 20, 5,3
There are always a certain class of What the governor's objections to: sept. 6, 5,000 Sept 21, 5,25C
jpop i whom nobody and nothing can'such a quarantine may be can only Sept. 7, 5200 Spt 22, 55
suit. They haven't the ability to or- be conjectured, as he does not state Sept. 8 S. 2, 5,225
ganize anid arrv out enterprises of them, but if he were opposed defi.SePt. 5,0 Sept 0 52 50
Sept. 10, 5,u0 911 2,
their own andi they can see nothing nkely to any uniform system at all, gept. 11 *. St0 2a, ,2sc
good in an? enterprise or movement he could not have adopted a more ef- Sept. 12, 5300 Sept. 27, 55
SO whi For this cla>- of people. President the plan which he proposes above. ept 1 5,4' 300 Sept. 29, SS
RIoose.-elit' sturdy Americanism htas There can be no common under- Total for the month......136,450
so use and he administers to them a standing between the governors 3f Average per day........ .
deserved rebuke. the various southern stares regarding I hereby certify that the above tats
The president's reference to the quarantine matters and if there were meant correct according to the rc
monpar:isianship of the canal enter- such understanding there is no way Rors D A. SW yBT
prtie was a very apt as well a !ralt- of enforcing its provisions. Circulation Mgr.
ful one ani It is gratifying to know There is not a single state board of Sworn to and subscribed before me
(hat the nation's Chief Execative has health which is not now distrustful of this 30th lay of Septe..ber, 106.
the justice and the courage to c'iry and more or less out of harmony with 0otarr Pabile







dred miles though a rough country
on foot, avoifng'all roads, towns and
houses, Irthin t~e period necessary
for the development of yellow fever.
ta say nothing of the implied slan-
Jer upon the efficiency of the Ala-
lama state quarantine, such statc-
ments would not easily find their way
into print.
As the matter stands there is abs.o-
lutely no foundation for even the .-
sumption that the case in qucsti .
originate in this city, ant no sta;e-
ment to that effect should :lave bee
made without undeniable proof of the

The Journal's
hcerlock Holmes Series.

Numerous inquiries have recently
come to The Journal regarling tht
Sherlock Holmes series of d.'tc:i. e
stories which it commenced several
'veeks ago.
In reply to those inquiriies The
Journal will say that the series will
-)e taken up and continued again not
ater than the first Sunday in I)Deceu-
)er and possibly before 'iat ;imc.
When two weeks ago several of
l'he Journal's mechanical lorce 'ere
aken down with the yellow fever, :t
became necessary to curtail to a cer-
lain extent the size of the Sunfdav



All of the houses In this ,i.y whosa
tenants have never found any use for
want ads. would maize ',ut a snma
vilage "Th-e ci''" wo :l har.ll.
miss them. Do YOU li\e in "he city"
or "the village."

Are y w, 2i su-l!V i-vpC,
wec'n the haai.-ner ati CIO 0
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paper. The usual Sunday paper Wi;il
be issued again in the rear fu'ur.
however, and the Sheriok IIol:nes
seriess will then be co-tin:.el. a a 1 i
S-,' -re ; nt! 'e!:t'l' :' : :. :i

S aa -i .
S VOX POPULI i a g.o;l -ervai, ii: o:- a '.n a
and li one times (s (ry e V:" W\:l!
i's hard for a arl. to fir"l i1er r,
IN DEFENSE OF I'hcr method is ai) to he of t l.-
Editor Pensacola Journal: i Wane adver living "raises salaries"
As the vocabulary of the local editor oftener than the:. are 1v "rn.,'
of the Pensacola News, seems when generosity an appreciation of mni
referring to Dr. James S. Herron. to eneri a riation
be limited' to but one adjective, allow players." Sometimes "the boss'
me to suggest a few which that doc- values a good man lightly until some
tor's acquaintances will find more des- one else wants him, and tries to ge:
rriptive and less monotonous. Such him.
for instance as honnrahlp. nnhble rhiv-

alrous, high-toned, prominent, success- Want ads. grow in volume and use
ful and above all loyal and incorrupti- f
ble. fulness as civilization becomes mor.1
A man who could hasten on foot for complex. The Chirese are not
nearly eight blocks in the small hours want advertisers--the Engiish speak-
of the night and after ministering un- ing people are. YOUR neod of wan:
ti! 6 a. m. at the bedside of a patient, a
resume without rest, his efforts to al-dvertising wil be rear a ar.i
leviate sufferings that he had (lone from now than it is today-if you are
nothing to create, does not need to progressive.
plead years 61ber actual or an'ded.
If science is ladebte, to Ex-Surgeon The first man you meet on the
General Geo. M. Sternberg, U. S. army ,- .
..b e'.. street might not be able to tell you
then its obligations are as great to D street might not be able to tell you
James S. Herron, as he saved tha :the name of the Mayor of this city.
distinguished 6acer's life during the But the chances are a hundred to
frightful yellow fever epidemic at For: one that either of the next two men
Barrancas in 1875. It is true. he re Iyou meet would be able to. Some-
ceived, not $5.00 a day but $100.00..
Fifteen hundred from the army andtimes it's that way wth a want ad.
subsequently grom the navy the same The first insertion happens to be skip-
amount per diem, making nearly ped by the "right people," but it
$3.000.00 for less than a month of sue would be practically impossible for
ceesful service; but no sum. big or lit- them to miss the second or third in-
tie, could induce him to ina'orse a flag-
rant insult to a gentleman of the high- sertions.
est standing mentally, morally, social-
Iv and professionally, who merely "The tools go to those who a:.
sought to protect a lady--often quite use them," and want ads. which hae i
alone--residig in an isolated. per- been called "the smaller tools of pub-
fectly healthful house and neighbor- licity," are as valuable to you a:; to,
hood-from unnecessary unseasonable
and unreasonable intrusions, if from anyone on earth. You will nee 1 those
nothing worse, tools for most of the little tasks of
Many living attestations of Dr. HFr- life.
ron's skill are in our c!M: today-not-
jbly Dr. Warren E. Anderson. now If a woman living on -- stroe
cor.neeted with the State Hoard of h v bih w
Health, who in the Millview epidemic
of 1883, owed his life to Dr. .auaes S. to sell, and a wotnan living on ---;
Herron. !avenue wisnes to buy something If honor anda chivalry-the po"th's The kind, a three lire want ad. would t
proud boasts-have apparently been introduce then. W.thout it they
suffocated in Pensacola, there still
survives In some breasts would probably never know each


Noted Escambia By
_Conty Fa .iS i. E Professor
|County Families
:-0 1 E. ALLEN. i

(Editor's Note.-The following is a-sisted of five sons as follows: Wil- DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR
continuation of the series of personal liam, Albert, Asa, John and Vaentine.: Y E L LO FEV
reminiscences which were being writ- Albert moved to Missssippi, and I have Y LW E
ten for The Journal by Prof. I. E. Al been told, raised quite a large family. -
len when he was taken ill with typhoid William married in Escambia c ,unty. At this time e te year there is a treat deal of mr.lria and chills anI fevr.
fever early last spring. Prof. Allen and died without any offspring. Asa As a positive preventative try
is now happily recovered and is again cied before he was quite grown.
a' his old profession, school teaching.) John married Jane Grubbs, and raised EWI A T A IA AND ILL
---_ a large family of boys, who are among LWI ANIMALA IA A ILL
The Fillingims. the prominent citizens of our coutl. IT CURES TO ST AY CURED.
Fillingim, Fla.. Oct. 21, 1905. Four of the hro:h-rs are living on : Sold ; all drug st,-s :
Their farms, about 22 or 23 miles north
Along in the early '40's there liv of ensacola Ever ody that LEWIS 8 CO., Wholesale Druggiss, East Gwvernment Street
a man in Escambia county whose ever lived in Escambia county ist l're l XO CElT'I *
name was Robert Fillingim. He was of bound to remember J. R. Fillinginim.
Irish descent, had black hair and dark who diel a short time ago. The wh,.:o' e...
eyesFillingim family has always been no:-,
e es. ed for their unboundel gener.,~ity.
Mr. Fillingim was considerably be-'but I think now that Rober, a;s e 1!all ..$.*O-:*.--~.> a .
lew medium size, erect in form, and I Called him. possesses that noble ilua!-
should say, would : hardly weigh more ity to a greater extent than any )th rO S
than 135 or 140 pounds. He was ex- member of the family.
When I look back : the d whURIOSITY IS NOT AYSA SIN
tremely polite to all whom he met, and the Filingim boys and I use to folic :
was noted for his hospitality. together. it pains my heart to hunk It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your
When I knew Mr. Fillingim he resid- that those dearly beloved friends of y
ed about 22 miles from Pensacola on my youth have all passed away and left Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
the road leading to the Alabama line. me as it were. a stranger in my na- 0
tive land. Many times have I hap;,- Pai an
"Uncle Bob," as he was called, did ed up at the ol'd Filingim home e lso handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lim anl Ceeat
not live long after I got acquainted intending to give them a pop call ,vnei e can sav y Iou money on everything
with him. His wife who survived him one of the ooys would banter nm-e 'r oe sa you m y on
many years, was considerably larger play a game of marb!es, and lo' and a
than he, and was a model laay in behold, I coul:,n't get away till p-ob-'
many respects. ably 10 o'clock the next day: Saunders Mill Company
I do not think I ever met a man or The Fillingim families all have a
woman who could talk a longer,time talent for music. I candidly think
or more intelligently than old "Gran- that every teacher should love music Offices 29 East Garden Street, Phone 717. 4
ny Fillingim." As my mind turns and be able to teach ir. I have made Fatory: North Palafox Street. Phone 113. '
back more than 60 years, I can see the it a rule to have singing in my school, a
good old lady, seated in her easy chair and I can truthfully say I never met a _,_,I____
just at the left of the fire-place leisure- lot of scholars who could sing like the ... _0__**_'***_*__.
ly smoking her pipe while she was re- pupils of School No. 13. Out of 26
citing some interesting story of by- pupils I have on my register, 18 are
gone days. Fillingims.
Mr.andMrs. FIllingim's family con- I.. ALLE. Subscribe for The Journal, 10, week.


Don't G sble

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CLOCKJ PREc. DJ; ) i4: n :
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Co-rPav-,g and Fo.i3i_'7 ry *

.O~iLl-, .ALA.

l3tOver 2,003,030 Sold in West Florida in 1904.
Frank Reilly, Agent, Pensaeohla Florids


Jacksonville, Florida


Savannah ',Inmpa. Penaacola.


The Consolidated Grocery tmpany is suo..eszor to the C. B. Roben
companyy of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company, of Jacksonville;
he grocery branch of the Florida Vaval Stores anl ( missiono n Company
if Jacksonville; the grocery )ranach f the Mutual Naval Stores Company, ao
cseksonvlle; the grocery branch of the Gulf Navai Stores Compay,. of
,ampa; me grocery branch of the (o Naval Stores Company, of Pensacola;
he grocery branch of the West Const Naval stores Company of Po r, coja,
he grocery branch or the Southern Naval Stoies Company, of Savannah.
Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Domestli
ind Imported Groceries, Turpentine Tools, etc. State Agents for the White
Hickory Turpentine Wagons.




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Lady Stegomyia Faciata to Meet Jack Frost Soon!

That which you have had a longing in your heart for, cold weather and Jack Frost, is now upon us, and
Lady Stegomyia Faciata will depart for warmer climes and with her Yellow Jack as an escort. The opportunity
which you have lorged for has come to see The Big Store's Fall and Winter's procession of

Fashion's Latest Creations of New Fads and Fancies of New, Stylish, Up-to-Date Goods.

Despite -' fact that Lady Stegcmyia has had Yellow Jack as her guest for the past two months, The Big
Store has never in the history of its business been better prepared to take care of your wants at this time of the
year, when there is naturally a great demand for goods that give both comfort and beauty to the wearer.


See our new Scotch Bar
,ee our new Radirm.
Taffeta Si'.
See cur n'v.w Chiffon
Nuddror oe Nymph.
See our n-ew Silk Plaid

Plaid Waist-
Chiffon and
Scotch Suit-

Seo our new All-W< ol Drop de ee
and H!1nri'ttas.
See our new Novelty Mohair Waist-
,e our new Moblt Mohair English
Novelty Suiting.
Sc :.ur new Si'k Persian Band
See our new Silk Galoons and Ap-

See our new Lace Trimmings, Bands
and Galoons.
See our new Gloves in every con-
ceivable shade.
See our new Handkerchiefs, Linen
and Silk.
See our new Belts in all shades of
See our new Egyptian Laces, Bands
and Galoons.
$ee our new Ladies' Knit Una'er-
wear departm(-nt.

See our new
See our new
See our new

Circular Skirts
Walking Skirts.
Radium Silk

See our new Empire 3-4 Length
See our new Shower Proof Coats.
See our new Cravinette Coats.
See our new Misses' Bear Skin
See our new Misses' Astrachan Coats
-See our new Infants' Embroidery
See our new Silk Eolien Kimonas.
,See our new Jap Design Kimonas.
See our new Circular Zephyr Shawls.
'See our new Ladies' Norfolk Sweat-
See our new Misses' Blouse Sweat-


Don't fail to see our New Oriental Couch Covers, Reversible Mer,

Tapestry Portiers, Oriental and Indian

Rugs and Art Squares, all wool, 114 California Blankets and Comforts, and last, bit not least, see that our sales
people show you all the many new arrivals and all you want to Se*.


I Services at the Churches

Following li the order Of services Baptisms Sundays at 2 p. m. or by
at the various churches today: appointment.
Catholic. *
St. Michael's church First mass 7 EpiPcopal.
c clock; c ildre'.s mas. o'clock: last Chr:t Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley
i.Iass 1'l:3( o chlck: v espers 4 o'clock. D. D. Rcctor. Regular services at 7:30
St. Josep,,.- ('ih,,rchi-Se,' l0a- ol- id 11 a. m. ard 5:30 p. m. Sunday
Lw- ii. l" on(, (rv.i'.r ;o.la4. at S a. s(-i oi 9:45 a. m. Wednesday and
IL. Pars:. n rI- ,'*asc itk n'eice. I'rid:iys services at 5:30 p. m.
Sunday 7 a ni llaw Mass an. In- St. Katharine's--Cervantes and Da-
.'ruction. 9 a. m Sunday school. i0 vi- streets. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe rec.
a m. High Mass and Instruction. 4 p. tor. Regular services 7:30 and 11 a.
:, 1. sIMr- RHosery and Benediction of m. and 4 p. m. Sunday school 9.30 a.
Ble Eleased tSicrament. m. All welcome.
Mass dirinr the w.pek is a' 7:30 a.' St. John's Church-Warrington. Rev.
vi. exce;': Mondays and Frra,,s. when A. T. Sharpe, minister in charge.
Sis at S a n: During I-n: and the Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. m.
;.:onhs of. Ml.y and October it is .' * *
a In Methodist.
(Coule s],ris in toh veninCe before Palafox Street Method!rt Church-
.-undav s Ho!\ I)a'l.\ o'Oblization and Rev. B. C. Glenn, pastor. Itegular se(-
S.rst Fri a- f'-o" 4 .p m. 1 p. m. i's at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Suit-
F l t rlii,a .v '0' 1 "i"4 p in. to I )p. ni."... "

Hats -Heads

We have the Hats,
the Heads are Yours.

It will be to Our Mutual
Interest to put them

ic~"'cl. 'i ar

-t~~: Ij :
Sue. i

It's the Best Hat
Store we know of.

\It*c'rc I ,
Ccomn, J.,.
Stiff iia
in .I!! fi

shades\ ~ u-i ZQ $.K

Phone 297
Cor. Main andPa'afox Sts.
""-- *-

aa? c Cl.o01 Y:30 a. Hi. J. N. Andrew::.
sp;,'rintendcnt. Epworth League 6:30
p. Il.
Gadsden Street Methodist Church--
Prcac)i;ng at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.m. by
,:,i. ps:,"r. RPv. F. A. Rogers. Sun-
iay ..hoi~o !.30 a. m. Epwor:h League
7 r. nm.
Hee,'s Chape--Rev. Geo. W. Car-
L u:t r. Pastor-Services every first
.Sn"a. at I1 a. m.. by the pastor; Sun-
day sch.., at 10 a. m., J. E. Beal,
.'," ,'i: [," .,-nt.
,!i:><', W !:harf Church-Rev Geo.
' Carp'c.'er. Pastor-Services e ery
frst ,n>i :.ri S:nday at 7:30 p. m.,
or. 'I'.tA yv the pastor. Sunday
sc., ,..: at; ...3 p. m.. J. N. Andrews.
su;i-":; c.erient. Prayer meeting every,
TtI .-.....a+ Li'.ht a' 7:. 0 o .ock.
n'arrii-gton Church-Rev Geo. V. W
Ca ;.'-":er. a- '-r--Servi: es e\ery
at 7 ::p p. m every fourth Sunday.
'ra o ',,'1 a, 10 a. m. Fred
:'1.::, ,u;erintendent
f I

F-:'2t P':-' (C!hirci--TRev. F. Jones,

1 Y. i
V?~ j-' ''r c:-i r -.. A. 'cittrcI,
i 7i! '. Z a:*n a 1: 1.. 1 i a-id

n n T!u rsqah.
Richr' : a~
o" '1~~'13i"x anl Arn-
-~~~ vd\* :iial i flit.t.t:on is ex-

Fi-~z Chrs'-n Church-Corner Al-I
r 7a'~1 re~rv streets Sun'iav.
-. 4~a. in,.. H. J. Mack-ey. Sn;tz.
a* 11:00 :,- in. Px-al-,r
ne v.a~ci c"TL'uri.dav at S8-p. im.
a a 0
Lutheran Church.
Cr-nan I.: hetai Chturch.-Rer. 3.
1'. NV. Reirchard,.. pas~or. Sur '

school 9 a. m. German service 10:30
a. m. English service 7 p. m.
Scandinavian Lutheran Church-
Services at 10:30 a. m. and 5 r. m.,
Rev. Holle, Pastor.
Church of Christ.
Church of Christ-Coner Alcanlz
and Jackson streets. B:ble school 9:45
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. n. and 7:45
p. m. by W. T. Tracy. Player meeting
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.
* *
First Presbyterian Church-Rev
Julian S. Sibley. pastor. Sunday
scl.ool 9:3# a. m. Christian Endeavor
4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. only.
The sacrament will be administered at
this service.
Sunday school at the Stoddart Ave-
nue Mission at 4 p. m. C F. Zeek.
superintendent. All are cordially i'
First Universalist Chureh-Bart
Chase street. Sunday school at 10 a.
m.; Y. P. C. U.. 7:00 p. m. All are
cordially invited.
Salvation Army.
No regular services during preval-
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Gal.. ............... .50c
FRESH MULLET ROE, per lb..15c

Dozen.. ...... .. ......... 25c
per Dozen ........ ...25c
PECANS, per Ib. 15 and.. ....20c!
SAME................ .$100

PImlr 153 !

once of fever. Richard Norris, cap-
tain in charge.
First Church b Ghrist, Scientist.
First Church of Christ, Sientist--
Service at 11 a. m. Services will be
held in the Pensacola Library buill-
ing on East Chase street.
Christian Science.
The Christian Scientists hold their
meeting Sunday at the Masonic Tem-
ple at 5 p. m. The Wednesday meet-
ing will be at 5 p. m., same place. Sub-
ject today "Everlasting Punishment."

Hooton's Pharieacy-the Birthplace
of prompt delivery.. Open all night.
Phone 1100.

Humor In Men and Women.
There can be no doubt that women
have less sense of humor than men.


Amount Necessary.

The general relief committee.
which has charge of caring for t"1
yellow fever sufferers of the city, ,r
those who are not able to provide for
themselves, held a meeting yesterday
at which there were present the:
mayor and a large number of those,
comprising the committee. some
were absent on account of being out
of the city.
The meeting was called for the pur-
pose of diiscuiising the present situa-
t.ion and to map out plans for fur-
thoer procedure in relieving the sick.
The amount of money expended and
the balance on hand was discussed,
and it was found that if the present
work is continued more money would
be needed, and that too, in large
After estimating the co.;t, it was de-
cided that at least $3,000 would be.
necessary. It is believed that with
this amount the committee can con-i
tinue the work now being done until
all cases of fever have disappeared
from Pensacola.
SThe committee, therefore, ask of
the citizens of the city and those in-
terested in Pensacola that tb
amount be immediately contributed.
It was the sense of the commit te"
that all donations should be used
strictly for the purpose of caring for
the sick and needy, and no money is
to be expended except for this pur-
On account of the absence of some
members, three more were added to
the soliciting committee. These are
H. H. Thornton, C. W. Lamar and J.
F. Mitchell.
Thus far the relief committee has
done excellent work in caring for the
sick, and were it not for the aid ax-
tended more than one family would
have suffered for the want of atten-
tion. Nurses, medicines and medical
attention, as well as the neressaries
of life, have been furnished a large
number of families, and it is the de-
sire to continue this work.
Cor.tributions may be sent to
Mayor Bliss, Treasurer Yonge, any
member of the committee, or to The
Journal and they will be promptly ac-
knowledged and applied to the pur-
pose for which they were intended .
Clean-Up Fund Sufficient.
No more money will be given to the
clean-up fund of the city. The com-
mittee some time since appropriately
$500 for this work and in addition the
city council appropriated $1,000. This
money is being used in spraying and
otherwise placing the city in good
sanitary condition, and It is the be- -
lief that the amount now on hand is
amply sufficient to complete this,
work. In employing men for this!
work, the mayor has selected, as far
as possible, persons, who, if not given
employment, would be a burden upon
the city, being unable to secure em
"A dose in time saves lives." Dr.
Wood's Norway Pine Syrup; nature's
remedy for coughs, colds, pulmonary
diseases of every sort.

Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace
of prompt delivery. Open all night.
Phone 1100.

Much humor in a woman is rare and
remarkable. The love of approbation
is as common among women as humor Makr Tour Guem.
among men, and as rare among men A beantlul young lady and her once
as humor among women. The tempta- benatiful mother were walking down
tion to say the unpalatable thing which, the street together when they met two
quite apart from dislike or anger, at gentlemen whom the mother knew.
times seems to attack the masculine "How much your daughter resembles
mind seldom occurs to them, and when iou:" exclaime one.
It does it denotes not, as in men, a "iow closely you resemble your
mere ebullition of the spirit of ind daughter!" exclaimed the other.
pendence, but a real want of benevo- Now, which of these two gentlemen
lence going down to the roots of the you think was invited home to tea?
Nature. Most women would rather be
liked by every one; very many wish A Mother'. Answer.
for, and a few actually crave, approba. hen Earl Ferrar, had been con
tiOL.-Lonudon Spectator. rIlold of murder rent efforts wero

arn-eccmmry N olses.
Noise is easily misinterpreted as a
sign of vigorous enterprise in all lines
of human activity. There is a bustle
of trade which no one would suppress.
The loudest shouter is not, by any
means the most accomplished and ef-
fective orator. The best work may be
done witllont great clamor and uproar.
Noise is commonly associated with the
fakir. who rovers the pinchbeck qual-
ity of his wV- hby stridently proclaim-
Ing their virtlies. Much of the noise
af the city street is entirely unnec-
eseary and could bI suppressed with-
out injury to any material Interest. A
society for the prevention of din would



The Quality Store.


Fall Stock

Dress Goods


x Armures,

:, Mohairs,

x Series,

x Lacanias,

x Poplins,

x Mon Reve, (ast)

x Crepe Cloths,

x Shower Proof,

x Melrose .

Also a full Line of Trimmings to


We have also In stock a New Line of

Skirts and Cloaks

ours for Quality,



You Cam
Pay For


108,1iO S,

t the Old, Put in the New!
Why not put new Furniture throughout the home and
eq the old-go?
F Got New Furniture and
SIt While Using It.
rhis is a proposition no married man and woman ear
et pass by. Remember, anything you want at almost
*our own time for paying for it. Ther 's high quality In
very piece too, and our reputation stands as a guaran-
ee behind it. Just think of it, bedroom suites as low as
20.00, ana' rockers from $1.25 up to $20. Mattresses
rom $2.50 to $16.

,. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.

made to obtain a pardon on the ground
that be was insane. 31h 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?"-Creen Bag.
At Her Beat.
"This picture of your wife is an-
gelic. Does it look like her?"
"WellT-er-it looked like her when
she was posing for the photograph,
yes."-Detroit Free Press.


fnd a fertile field for its beneficent A Story of the Ignorance of a City
efices -Philadelphia Ledger. Girl.
The city girl coming down to break-
fas" at the farm house 'in I observing
Tbr Bad Part. a late of honey on the table said,
"I dreamed Inst night that I was **Oh: I see you keep a bee."
married," said the maid as she sat That's about the way some people
down to breakfast the other morning, talk about the blight of baldness-
"Is that a bad dream?" 'just as if a bald hcal was something
"The only thing bad about it," one got all at once instead of being
growled her father. "-I that it isn'tthe result of long depletion by an in-
tue_"-,TIcago News. 'sidious germ which thrives upon the
roots of the hair and succumbs to
FiscaLonly one known remedy Newbro's
FiaawL. ^Herpicide.
Youth-I have come to seek the hand Newbro's Herpicide is not a tonic
of your daughter in marriage. Iany more than electricity is a fluid.
Man-Will you kindly call tomorrow? It is an exterminator, pure and aim-
I make it a rule not to attend to bust- ple.
mess out of office hours. "Destroy the cause you remove the
effect '
Patriots are grown too brewd to 0oe ps ale by W. A. D'Alemberte,
P .and wetartrw to mw to druggist and apothecary, 121 South
tnea. and we r Palafoz street, or swod e for sample
emD.--Cowper. to The Herpicide Co, Detroit, Mle.


II &W 14 t a


$3,000 ISNEEOE[



General Relief Committee Me
Yesterday and Found This

CI __ ` 1- - -






Mr. Clement Blount, Jr.. son of
Hon. A. C. Blount of this city recent-
ly had a thrilling experience wath
that dread destroyer fire.
TNI \He is a student in St. John's Mili-!
tary Academy, at Delafeld, Wis., and
on the night of the ninth his dorm'-
OdwB -- -Vim tory, the principal of the several!
The .rw the OpvW .t. mother be buildings, was burned.
m damicuh the odeal throeh Fortunately the fire was discovered
ui uh par before she eped- about half an hour before taps and:
tbegk j of the iansetel L the boys were still out of bed, and
L b n-stmelMaoe not one of the seventy-five student
was injured though they barely es-
ML* escaped with their lives and lost ill
their belongings.
j b The accident caused a two weeks,
recess which all who live near
m -mduced, but ow tangi&b c. ,enough are spending at their homes.
daothe shape of counties mothers Mr. Blount remains at the college
9 advanced years who have used it and writes to a friend that the dor-t
S ente mi access forces s to gladly mitory will be rebuilt at once on an
Integrity of this statem-it enlarged and improved sval-.
d or yong. te wmlt is the sae. His many friends, especially in the
It is imply indispeable daring the younger society set will rejoice to
state, and absolutely haval- learn that Mr. Blount so happily es-
b the crucial time. caped, though the loss of clothing and
Pr sternal masmge, esy and other property at the beginning of
to apply. wonderful a it effect, the term is serious enough.
is a living monument to the -
that old adae. "What'slna MADE AN EAGLE SCREAM.
ama?" We reply, simplyy Moth's -Mr. H. Oconnell. one of the guarls
md." $ao. at ah druag Sed at "Camp Irishman" on Bayou Texar,
was called to shoot a big bird Thurs-
IB day evening and when be brought it
m9, -- 9 down i proved to be a young eagle
that measures four feet and eight
inches from tip to tip of its wings.
-- - Mr. E. Hilbon has the eagle on exhi-
bition at the depot where it is at-
*ihea Grocery Co. rating considerable interest.
ers i All of Florida journalism wil
unite in congratulating Dr. William
U iP-- AM W Csiei. Herbert Powers of Ocala upon ais
S aeLmarriage to Miss Violet Harris
daughter of Editor Frank Harris of
U~ awee" the Icala Banner and Mrs. Harris.
phee 72. Mrs. Powers is not only a very
ust received-Mackerel, Spare Rib, beautiful and cultured girl but is ia-
poeed Boneless Corned Beef. Cod tellectually accomplished and has
Vt&, New Raisins, Hrrng in Keg, ably conducted the social department
red Herring. Black Olives, Sza of her father's paper for several
lph Cod Fish, Hallibut, Bloaters, years.
d~eah Onions, Olives in Keg. Dill While Ocala society rather expect-
Ickles, Black Greek Olives, Sauer ed a brilliant social function at some
Kstt, Soun Pickles. Francis Legett time in the indefinite future as a re-
& Oo.'s Celewrated Brand of Canned sult of their mutual admiration, it
Qoods, Asparau and T;ps. Lobsters. was "taken off its feet" last Tuesday
moau, Shrimp. Oysters. Clams. Im- when it discovered that the young
ported Sardines, Italian Cheese, Ital- couple had strolled down town in the
tm Paste, Spanish Canned Goods., afternoon and been quietly married
White Beans, Red Beans, Butter in the office of Dr. Izar a mutual
Beans. 3verrthing now and fresh. i friend, by Rev. I,. W. Moore.
Ne. 604. 606, 608 S. Palafox St. One of the very delightful features
of the affair is the graceful tribute
.- ..paid to both the Doctor and his fair
SN 'bride by the Ocala Star in Its simple
S and full account of the unusually in-
Removal Notice, teresting event.

On October 16. I will move my stock The pupils and many friends of
of groceries and feed stuff from co:-'Miss Lucy Barnes who taught mathe-
mer 10th Ave. and 14th streets, to !matics and science in the high school
store with the blue front on corner last year, will be interested to learn
of Davis and Lloyd streets. that she will be married Oct. 25. to
Will keep a full and complete stock iMr. J. E. Seegers.
of fancy and staple groceries And fe.11 The wedding will take place in Eu-
stlRs. Thanking my friends and cus-'reka Mo., where Mis' Barnes ha.;
tomers for past favors. I respectfully spent the summer. They will be "at
solick a continuance of same. Call home" after Nov. 1, in Andalusia,
and get prices before purchasing else- Ala
where. r'ull weights and measures
guaranteed. Ring phone 620 and give The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
me your orders. E F Del.and. who has !)een ill of

C. M. Wilson.

Under Nrw Management
A delightful resort immune from
fever, offers to refugees elegant ac-
omnmodations and board at $25 per
ronth. $7.50 per week. Everything

Heoton's Pharmacy-the
of prompt delivery. Open
Phone 1100.

all night.

. .. . . .... -
malarial fever, has recovered and is
now playing about the room.
Miss Minnie Brown who has spert
the last two months with her grand-
mothei, Mrs J.1. V. Brown in Myrhe
Grove, has gone to Bellview to vi,-
it Mrs. Frank Lewis.
Mr. Dudley Thornton is one of the
fortunate ho'lst gue.ts slwnding the
autumn with Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Hyer. Jr., on the Bayshore.
Mr,' Russel J. Owens, of Pensacola,
arrived yesterday on a visit to her
par,,ns r. rW. H. and Mrs. Beatrice
Marean Mr and Mrs Owens have
been sojourning in Nashville. Tent.,
and Birmingham, Ala.. since the ap-

sow Lam"L Iamf.

ae. m rdJ m ram km Au

to be up. I The Camp Lumber Co.'s mill has a'-.
SIsuspended business two weeks for Malvin 8. Wolf, City.
Miss Minnie Lou Dennis is entirely necessary repairs. Alice Dow, City.
well and her brother-in-law Mr. S. The C. S. & G. R R. Company will Frank Crona, City.
C. Donaldson, when he returned to extend their track to the Camp Lum- mma Isabel Mctellan, City.
the Escambia camp was greeted with ber Co.'s mill. Virginia Walker, City
"Ah, you don't look so yellow, after A new wharf is under construction Ida Mallory, City.
all." "Well.' was the reply, "I may to accommodate cotton and naval Dennis W. Began. City.
not look yellow but I've been feel- stores that will be shipped through Lucy Swaine, City.
ing mighty blue." Carrabelle for Pensaoola and Mobile Ed. Swaine, City.
by the steamer Tarpon. Millie Swane, City.
Little James Robinson is recover- Dr. D. M. Newton, industrial agent Willie Brent, Brentwood, Fla.
ing nicely. for the 0. F. & A Ry., arrived Wed- Prancis Brent, Brentwood, Fla.
nesday. He will be here all winter. Robert Brent, Brentwood. Fla.
Mrs. F. C. Bradley has recovered He has several projects on foot that Nearly Correct.
frort the effects of the accident will mean much to Carrabelle. So many puszlers sent nicely writ-
which laid her up for two weeks. Col. J. R. Williams, president of the ten answers that are almost correct
G F. & A. Ry., W. M. Tigg, general they deserve and are given special
Mr. Albert G. Bagley has returned manager, J. H. MeWilliamaon, G. F. mention, as follows:
from a trip to Illinois, Iowa and 'n- and P. Agent, came over the road Flossie Varn, Hamlln Cross Ran-
diana where he has been visiting last week in Mr. Wlltamsons's private ney.Mable Jones, Myrtle Jones,
friends and relatives, car. Col. Williams spoke of several Anna Booth, Robert Booth, Anna
improvements that would be made in Laughton, Flora Laughton, Ruby
Miss Crescencia Borras and Leon- the near future. Dawson, Emily Dawson-all give "No.
cia Borras are up and about after a Six Carrabellians are on the grand 9, Perry."
brief illness. jury this week, hence are enjoying Bessie Waggener, Jasper A. Wag-
themselves in Apalachicola. gener, Minnie Brown, all give "No.
The very many friends of Mrs. Mullet are fat but very scarce. 4, Mark Opola."
Fred O. Howe were grieved to learn Harry Porter, and Lillle Salter
that she has been seriously illof bron- Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace give "No. 9, Pizarro."
chitis in New York. A telegram re- of prompt delivery. Open all night. John Frenkel, "No. 1, Columbia."
ceived yesterday stated that Mrs. Phone 1100. Willie Fenn, "No, 3, Hugh D.

Hilda Lewis "No 9, Beary."
One little puisler sends the follow-
ing list:
1. Columbus Head.
2. Darning stockings.
3. Carrying a valise.
4. Hand Mirrior.
5. Dinner Bell.
6. Five Dollar Bill
7. Leather Belt.
8. A elate.
9. Stung by a bee.
10. Noah's Ark.
Hooton's Pharmacy--the Birthplace
of prompt delivery. Open all night.
Phone 1100.

At a meeting of the advisory board
of the Pensacola Classical School held
Sept. 25, 1905, it was found advIable to
postpone the opening of the coala
session until more favorable coae l
tiona prevail.
Keep your system In good eooditio
and you need not fear ay disease.
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas.

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Their Readiness for a Large Fall and Winter Bueinem.
We have ordered, are receiving, and continue to receive as fast as
goods are packed and shipped, the largest assortment of Fine Oreese
lee that it has ever been our pleasure to handle-because we feel a"d
know the people of Pensacola are capable of rising superior to say eaA
lamity that arises, and that on the wave of prosperity comes the de-
sire to Pure and Wholesome Table Foods.

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AmIersn Mut Ie Wrtlis as This C-a Msk. It
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xcq tb to s a"tw.
Ny aswers to the pules in The JWbrnal t.-day are as nutuws:

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the 00A1y is t aet leAa of horror a"d dread. Whea it s listed
In our Cafe and Refresh-FAILED LAST
H-B se ar ry, the esder oh e forth that "o quarter will be gite, In our e and Reresh be helpless women and children, as well as opp
md Thae Whe Co his m t par eroio b meetS the ase fate, and a trail of desolation. safering and
ty, Rn rIndE whe lef t ebehi. Cots gios Blood Poison is the black flag of the g
Cty, r d r hr. at army of disease. This vile disorder is known as the blackest and reot d
pnedeoni Sa n t p rI tI oas ofs all human actions, overthrowing its victims and crushing out tUe
Sfl.t It is no espectr of persons; no matter how pure the blood may be
Ipear.ance of yellnr eer in their i L i or how innocetly the disease is contracted, when this awful virus enters tah
home city.Mr.of ell heas istabl circulation the hideous, hateful and humiliating symptoms begin toappear,
ed a branch office of his business in and the sufera feels that his very presence is polluting and contaminating.
Birmingham and will remain there In buying our supplies a**llf y the rast sign of the disease is a little sore or ulcer, but as the blood
I until the epidemic ha passed. Master we insiston purity-quali- NMm rt CplOIeIS U becomes more deeply poisoned the severe symptoms are manifested, the
Marean Bernard, the handsome litde ty, not quantity, and the .. mouth and threat ulcerate, the glands in the groins swell, a red rash breaks
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard, has as- greatest care is exercised Too HaNd for W | JHGnaal S out on the body, the hair and eyebrows come out, and often the body is cov-
companied her on her visit to Ocala. n its preping aration, th u ered with copper-colored spots, pustular eruptions and sores. In its woat
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard refused to deinuring to thorough cleanlin ess itages the disease affects the nerves, attacks the bones and sometimes causa
sert the stricken city aad are doing tumors to form on the brain, produc-
a noble work for the relief of the demanded ink. th to eat tumors to form on the brain, prodnluc-
doing demfanded in things toea ing insanity and. death. Not only andhw L an I awfu blood ionl
sick and suffering onesof Pen sac. dr PRIZE 'DOLLAR WON BY FRANCES thoe who contract the poison suffer, Gret m wors d bansk ou ad t-
--Ocala Banner. but unless the virus is driven from I Eat on themwo wld do r go".
-- a B RENT, OF BRENTWOOD-MANY the blood the awful taint is handed ar hg. Me5 momthwU soat"m
The Friday Euchre met with Mrs. hadbihtw.; onmland was o ato
Thors Thorsen. Mrs. Bonifay won the an Kitch Caf RECEIVE SPECIAL MENTION own to offspring, and they're iits me rton ad tro
ace ie Mrs. Water White the innocent victims. Blood poison is in- getting better Iotined to grow
ace prize, Mrs. Walter White FOR NICELY WRITTEN "AL- deed a "blah ck M" Ory and eorni sar r sad hdS esoame
consolation, Miss Dora Pfelffer the ol d o black Mercurydw r wts ao i
lone hand, and Mrs. Vincent k'ari;a 10 S.PalafaL Phone 999 MOST CORRECT" ANSWERS. Potash, s often ued, V ne cnure could lk aRlaitthatm mim
the booby. The next meeting will the trouble. These minerals merely w short ere it Idid nteotstse S-
Sof. I boom to us yours E6 a. d II
be with Mrs. John Pfeiffer. drive the away for awhile hrise me from the As~ t
SMore tpusslers missed this week Bd shut the up in the system, ttawhile theo so ll
Dr. F. B. Maura is still In charge but all the lists are nicely written and when they re let of it returns strong ma It gt a mem -
-nd when they we A off Iit returns strongt wp man. it 1 t 0r u
of the detention camp at Creatview, Howe was improving. Further news "Nos. 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10," all proved too ) o than hefor. This treatment oury oun ot r eyst an d tqred me
Fla. It will be remembered tbat Dr. is anxiously awaked. Mrs. Grace hard. t only fail to c Te blood poison tarUS a el. OMo au aU
Maura. who had experience in yel- Blercke is with her sister who has Frances Brent of Brentwood, Fla., butLeat o the delicate lining of the vmr.
low fever treatment in Cuba and the the best professional care, and it is'gets the dollar whenever she calls mach and bowel produces chronic dyspepsia, looses the teeth
Philippines while surgeon in the now believed that she will steadily for it at The Journal office., tomlch ad be r, piad e ni dyspepsia, loosens the teeth ering.
army. was early selected as one of improve. Following are the answers for Oc- y cases rcarial rheumatism to add to the patient's sateaert
Dr. Porter's assistant quarantine oll- --- tober 15: S. S., the grt vegetable medicine, is the conqueror of this vile disease. It
cers, and has been at the Crestview Miss Irene Touart who has been Answers for October 15. goes down to theory soot-of the trouble and cures by cleansing the blood of
(amp ever since, visiting relatives in Kansas for the No. 1.-Columbus. particle the poiao. 8. S. S. does not hide or cover up anything
past several months left Monday with No. 2.-De Soto. but clears the entire circulation of the
Miss Elizabeth Crowell's friends'her aunt Mrs. W. H. Cartter for .No &-Hudson. virus and puts the system in good
re pleased to hear that she is we Springer, New Mexico. While in No -Maro Polo. healthy condition. It res safely as
and enjoying her special training in New Mexico they will be the guests! No. 5.-De La Salle. well as certainly, because there is not a
Hospital Economic, New York, where of Mrs. Cartter's daughter Mrs. No. U.-LAvingstone. particle of mineral in it. We offer a r-
she will remain for a year. George King for several weeks. Then No. 7.-Stanley. ward of z,ooo.oo for proof that 8. 8.
# they will start for Pensacola much No. S.--anse n. sVlETB LEparregte W th
Miss Marion Suter is among the nu- to the pleasure of their numerous No. 9.-Peary. -PURELYis VEBLE not pr a rely vgeta he. Wthe sbl
merois Pensacolians in New York friends and relatives. No. 10.-Lewis and Clark. purified and tengtheed with th
awaiting cold weather in Florida. great remedy thr 0 y0 ptiM aall pas away and no sign of thediseae is e
S No expense is spared In the manu Cort Answers Received. sreat n r ; nor em the sympt the least trace to be handed down to eseserity.
MIS. A. K. Suter and Miss Maudq facture of Blue Ribbon Iemon and Oorrect an wers were received Special boo with iantrcatioa for f-treatment and any medical adric d
Suter are still on the Bayshore. Vanilla Extracts. They are absolute- from the following Puleers. hed will be sent without charge to all who write.
1thel is across the river from New ly pure anan so highly concentrated Louisa Lwris, City. V MSF rr AM 0 P Au rL W
Orleans, teaching in a boy's school. that only half the quantity is required older LAnon, City.
and the flavor is simply perfect. Made Cater, City.
(Mar Pretikel, City.
Mr. James Leonard left yesterday Walter H. Trhmes, City.
for Hot Springs. Walter H. Thames, City.
ooldte McEwen, Bagdad, Fla.
Judge and Mrs. A. C. Blount's I- CARRABELLE d'e'eW A nnBacdad, Fla.
tie daughter Misb Carrie, has quite Addme Itewart, Bagdad, Fla.
recovered from her attack of mala- aimie Stewart, Bagdad, Fla.ounceci
lial fever. Carey Stewr't, Bagdad, Fla.
fJ..J. Itftique, City.
1 .T.m DeRuiva, City. with implicit confidence In the present, and a great future for Pam-
Mr. Arthur Hurst after spend ig Special to The Journal. I sitv acola.
the required time at the detention Carrabelle, Oct. 21.-Judge C. T. Wuchatist Buarez, City.
camp, will visit his sister Mrs. T. Wattiren is building a cottage on Sse Parker agan, City.
M. Henderson at Muscogee. |Myrtle avenue. He expects tc move Beulah L. Corona, Warrington, Fla. A
into it in thirty days. Charles Chunn, City. S L N & -. w
Mr. Robert Henderson who has, The G. F. & A. Ry. pay car was here O. A. GOinkales, Jr., Bohemia, Fla.
been sick for several weeks is able Thursday and many were made happy. Wm. Dudley Gonzalez, Bohemia, takes great pleasure in announcing-





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THE PENSACOLA.- JO:URt44ft&, S bYU'0106M2,iI


SAL -PI oil -1-

The Journal's Classified Cash Advertisements


One-cent-a-is ord each Insertion.

Noe advertewnent toke for less than Zow

A, Spetrrtes by the nwOtM.
- - - t-- - - -

I Timber Lands! I

To those


who desire to make

"big money,' large tracts of timber lands
afford the opportunity. The price of lum-
ber is continually advancing and money

invested now in timber lands mean a

fortune later on.
If interested,

write or

call on us for

further information.

I Pensacoa Imvestment Co.
A. Vo.AI' umiB trmET, C Iy Mannw I
SW. W. LNOWL, PresdenL L L MPSON Sa y.
S J. STILMAN, V.-Pres. enad Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYR, Treasurer.
, Neal ffset LLoase, u ne raIoletetm metd.
S215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida.



$850.00 rooms and, adjoins Mr. Laz Jaco-
will buy a four room house on East by's new place at Fisherville. Desir-
Roinana, just east of Tarragona. Rents able home for both winter and sum-
for $8.00. mer. .. .... .. ........$15.00
$800.00 ,
will buy a four room house, corner DO YOU
Romana and Coyle streets, renting for
$.3.00 per month. Want to buy, sell, rent or lease prop-
$1600.00 erty, borrow or lend money. If so,
will buy three houses. North Hayne call on or write us at 200 and 201
St., renting for $18.00 per month. Thiesen Building.
,will buy three houses, North Hayne, -
(new) renting for $21.00 per month.
It will pay you to investigate any .L S. B O J N & Co
of the above. Good interest is ob- *L BR vviN C
trained from any of them, while the WE L T
property increases in value. E SELL LOTS"

2041,- S. Palafox St. Fisher Building.

MEN.-To distribute samples, $3 daily,
steady, no canvassing. "Oliver"
68 to 74 La Salle Street, Chicago.

I '* i It

WANTED WANTED WANTED.-Traveling salesmaan to
call on grocers anda general stores;
WANT'ED-W hen in need of char- W \NTE)-Second hand roller top profitable and permanent position.
coal ring telephone 591. ,10' V ,i k. Write P. 0. Box, 354. Fiemium Cider Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Sushels always on hand. Oiders d -- --2:''w*
'ineru.l <. Ilimmyn ImIus; he pail :w'
.i advanc. Geo. A. \ LCOmiCuh. h,- A. R. BINGHAM wants your movt' WANTED.--Servant to stay on the
i-ale and rail dealer. P. 0. Boxx .34 .and hauling. He guarantees all brak- place. 426 -N. Barcelona St.
!'bone .t.41. *. Pnone 630. '22octlt

WANTED --Complete copy of The
i'essacola Journal ol May 2". l'.*5. I:
containedd 12 pag~s. Anyone posscs--
:ng a compli0 copy will confer a faN-
Si on The .Journ;,: by o nbt.;i'y;:i. ih.
<.ffic' and] th cipy will tb( gladly pa i
,or. it0<
WANTED.-Some one with suitable
lo, to build a five room house for me,
and allow me <> pay lor i" in insa -
iments. ((odl inves'ntmn.t. ias I am willI
ing to ppy a lair ra'(, of interest. A.-
'ives A .1 Homer, care Journal.

PARTIES who waat to eat house,
teams or anything else for taat
mater, will find The Journal Want
Ads'a great help.

Board and Rooms.

st re;. Good location with or with-,
o()t rooms. lSoctlm*"
\VANTEI)-A few boarders at 318 W.,
1B',non't. 13oct3wks*,
WANTED.-On? or two roomers; men

VWf wan: the public to rcne:meher tha: preferrr( S. Apply or address NO. 17
uw are ha,- at our old ,-Land on Eas" W. LaRua, c::y. Socrtm*
(.cove,'nr .e.t r t, a:i :'",g gro-
,.ries and produce cheaper thiin an:- BAY HOTEL,--Open niiht "and day.
b'her firm in Pcnsacoua. We micau European plan. Rooms light and
1 at we syv. Geo W. Pryor & Son.: clean. TranPiet trade insdcted, TW
* Asept. IF79 South Palafox-. Jos. S. Niola_,

K]IG & ITUAL. cobnrating painters'
and deco' a,.- lF.:- v arnishiu4
:id tnishlr. t gn pattiing a hp-1
Saty. Re :,.' nc' pli ne 241'. 29aug. I
2DO YCU aant to buy or sell anything?
A Uttle want ad 1ill bring wonderful;
results. The cobt is too insignficent
to delay.
"VANTF*D-HIau:ng and transfer'
work Office phone .'3. Residence
rhone 3?S. Acotta & Whilte 22-2b N.
1' arragoal. 2imch
V'ANTETi.-Everybody to know that
cur Blen.. of Coffee may bt imiLat'id
uit can't be equalo-i. "cw Crleatns
(,oreery (C,. Jin. McHugh, Prop.
fiug2C I'

pop. ,pov.

Money to Loan.

MONEY TO LEND)-On kgoo real as
tate security, or on good collateral,
at lowest rates. Leslie B. Broos.
Fisher bu.lding. -1Lal
NONEY .OANED oa auy sat an
kinas of persoaal property. payab*,
%-qky 0or manUlly. Waea You neen
money, see me. J. A- WUsc- 22% W.
Government sutree Balisbury building
roon 7. 2*oO

tate security is
tialo V lison & ta.

,n good rowl -
any amouaL aL

WANTED.-Exxperienced mill man
and machinist is open for position to
run saw mill for some one who has
znIl and timber. Can give first-class
*T'foVkI-/C' A ftr C-t Oe f\ rud L2^

FOR SALE.-Large quantity of old
newspapers on hand for sale. All
clean, and whole. Only 5c a hundred.
Apply this office.
ALL FOR $1.00-10 lbs. Granulated.
Sugar, 1 pound Our Own OW cts.
Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-
ing Powder, this powder is equal to
Royal that costs you 50 cents per
pround. Niw Orleans Grocery Co.
FOR SALE-South half block 211,
fronting 400 fet on 13th street, by
137% feet on Biay View Park; also
south half of block 2i2, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 1371,* feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin.
ing Bay View. Park that ls now for
sale. The beautiful view down the
bayou and dow 'ite bay can never be
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30Sly

Pensacola, Fla. 17octlw" FOR SALE.-Comic "Stegomyla" pos-
tal cards for sale at White's Re3-
WANTED.-Men and boys wanted to taurant, two for five cents. Outside
earn $5 day, after two months in- orders will not be filleat unless cash
struction, position guaranteed. Coyno and postage accompanes order. Or-

.JBros. Co. Plumbing Schools, New York,
Cincinnati, 0., St. Louis, Mo. (Free
catalogue.) Soctly
'*WANTED.-An intelligent person may
earn $10 to $15 weekly in & parO
time corresponding for newspapers;
no canvassing. Snd for particulars.
'?Northern Press Syndicate, Lockport,
N Y. soct3m

WANTED.-By Chicago Manufactur-
ing House. person if trustworthyness
somewhat faipjliar with local territory
as assistant in branok office Salary
$18 paid weekly. Permanent position.
No investment required. Preyious ex-
perience not essential to engaging.
Address, Manpger Branches, Como
Biock. Chicago. 3oct3w*
WANTED.-Parties in need of carpen-
ters, please ring up pnone No. 776,
or apply to L. Redenback, busiaies
agent, room 1, old Armory building.
WANTED.-All young persons wao
are good stenographers or book-
keepers, that are seeking positions or
promotion, to register with us imme-
diately. We can secure you good pos-
itions. We are having more calls
daily than we can supply. It will co"s
vou n Thing to register with nas Moux

der quick. ; 28sept.
FOR SAUD-Secoad4-and cash regis-
ter in perfect condition. Will agl
cash or or time. A real bargain. Can
be seeeat James. McHugh'a. 22incA
GROW GINSENG. Large profits.
Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Write today for ot erature Bucking-
bam's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0.
POR SALE.-FneHorses and Mules
for sale At altjtlne. Turpentine
operators' wants given special atten-
tion.m Call on or -address Dillon &
Penuel, Marlanna, :;Fla 6actlwn
WANTED.-You tpo know that you can
buy- nice, clean'/old papers at this
FOR,' IALE.-My residence on East
Hill, either including whole bloak
of twenty lots 40x1371-2 feet each or
quartet Mblock of Ave lots. Apply at
my office, Thiesen rBuilding for furta.
or particulars. O W. Hagerman.
GO TO TURTON tor all sises AlAma
Cameras leaded and unloaded free
f charge, He makes best photo-
raphb in mte south. 22 years a le"d.

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.

No Taxes! No Interest!

Thos. Pebley,
Office Cor. Romana an-i Palafox Stq.
Phone 559.

For Sale.

FOR SALE.-One 3-gallon cow with
heifer calf two months old. Apply
Fred Bradley, 600 E. Wright.

NIaSOW1 lno0ia
THE RENiTAL bU iIl,,, t oar
specialty and your businee will
9Ave careful -_tto-- a D. Hale WUi
-on & Co.

Call at The Journal office and get
old newspapers at 5c a hundred. Clean
and whole. Good for wrapping paper
or to put under matting.
AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' An-i-
Malariel and Chill Cure. It cuar'
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need it at
this time of the year. On sale at all
druggists, or at Lewis & Co., last
Government street. Price, SOc.

ance for travel.Us bitel. Dally s
vice each way. roua Cklley to Bay
head. Address J. M Tuagg. hpley.
Fla. 24A1

FOR SALE.-Dr. Boulter's office out-
fit, household goods, piano, parlor REAL BITATIL
billiard table. Call at house, 313 N. REAL sTATI Ia all parts at ef .
Spring St., between 2 and 5 p. m. you buy the gronad aa4 we wi
everything cheap. Mrs. H. H. Boul- build your house on long time pay.
ter. *22octlw* ment D. Hale WUi a &OCa
FOR SALE.-Let the Southern Mat-
tress Co,, make that old bed new TAIL cnh--a l1^Dasme d, rTlle.a
They guarantee all work. Prices low. Gepst'e ohlas PSe sad
Delivery free and prompt. Leave or- epal, cOne &1%
ders at Green & Watson's or phoneWes OV M t Pems L
193. iM
FOR SAL--Completely furnished Keep your system In good condition
house, corner Gadsden St. and 7th and you need not fear any disease.
avenue. Beautiful home. Must be Pluto, the great stomach healer, for
sold at once-ua bargain. Marion (lu:- sale, wholesale and retail, by Jasm.
ter. 17octlw. McHugh.

JUST RECEIVED--Large shipment of
Imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint,
gallon or larger quantity. 0. Morasso
& Co., ship chandlers and, grocers, 701
South Palafox. 4oct.
CHICKEN WHEAT produces eggs
Makes fowls especlaly well flavored,
The cheapest food to be found. P. &
Mellen & Co.. Phone 34. 1oot
FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent
for Fire and Burglar Proof Fafes and
Var..'. Fixtures of ail descriptions
manufactured by Alpine Sate anI
Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar-
,Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
Do you value your health? Ift so,
use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
and "Schly. New Orleans Grocery
Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30
We havo been with you in Pensaco-
la sinco 1874, and still intend to stay
,with you and serve you with the best
of groceries at lowest mnar-
ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20

FOR SALD-At a sacrifice turaitur
store, stock and accounts. Call at
18n-140 E. Intendencla. Mjan
WANTED--Second-band Corn, Oat
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of
town shipments solicited. Write usL
r. 8. Mellen & Co.___ 20marchla
FOR SALF-One Choice block on top
of the ridge east of the electric
railway, between 7th and 8th streets.
Nature has favored this section and it
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
PLUTO WATER-Cures Constipation,
Liver and Stomach troubles. For
sale, wholesale and retail by Jas. Me-
Hugh. oct12.
fitr b.-a lrw*k in NlT_

WANTED.-The puhl:' t know that & Munro, Proprietors, rhe Moble Or, lIJa. Fi TactNo.- For ca, 600
Sweorida.U New O: ,s ;roc:7- C-. MONEY IlOANED on al kinds of pei. Business College, No. 62-64. N. Royal FOR SAL"E.-Wro bouse, Corner Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court House.
ra. Nw ro o property on short notice St., Mobile Ala. 15septlm* lot. 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 6Is laug
MztLg.,. Prop. aug TC-s asy. J. W. Bullard. pDstairs t. on car itne. f-r particulars In.
\ -- In.. 2f-r s ,z-;'h Palafox St-., honu 1144 WANTED--The public to know that quire of Standard Clothing Co. FOR SALE.-Shingles and Wood fo,-
Cco. walt. yor n n- ani I-auui. 5nov PLUTO WATER will cure Cons'- .q Jan, sale. Apply to C. L. Creighton'.
',: b"akae aa- ".. T. 1! Tor. l)ation, Stomach and liver troubles. Mill, just west of Muscogee wharf.
.n. Proun "'n :; e u.-: 2inui. UNI.MITEa D am.unt orf money rto loan For sale, wholesale and retail, by ALL FOR $1-10 lbs. Granulated ed
.an -. .. .. on wall kinds of persona; property James McHugh. oct12. Stugar, 1 pound Our Own Freshly
'p want: : know 'bat , rate to usaiess a on lar:. Pttrchea' Mocha and Java Coffee. 1 Ib. FOR RENT
wholesalet : c,.; ai -e New ork Loan Co., 204 - - deinay Baking Powder, this Powder
S' a" te <.i t..u. N v :. as 'o.ttL katoZ. YELLOW'FEVER NURSE. is.euial to Royal that costs you 50 FOR RENT-A five-room cottage,
S-ry Co., Jas. MeU" '"s,:.La. 'Prop. I .. e-ts.& per pound. New Orleans Grocery 1105 E. Cervantes, 2 blocks from car.
uhJ.n$ rI M* J. Roer has nrsed yellow Co. loctA w h gas, bath and screened. No.
Xfeververy successfully through sev- :Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Hardware
'ANTED--Your c; :rc o'k or au 402 S. PALAFOX ST. .cral epid-mics of the past. both in FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year- iept.. Forbes' Store. 13octimo*
kind. Let us cit'an .,- ;a, :.- MONEY I'A .tA..... &iAMOND& i'Fen.-a' .lr and New Orleans, and now, old Berkshire here toar, Duke -tf
yair your .ynaino. Jc o : ,:-.. ,:. Waatches fC.a:ns. 1 n, and all KIinU offers her services to those requiring Flor;da, No. 68.923. Also some fine FOR RENT.-Residoaop lately o-
hone ,T,7 Pensacoa El ct i Co, o: collateral security at west rate of a trained vtllow fever nurse. Call on' young pie-s. 1 six-months-old boar, all cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
,-ner Intendeucia ad B.1 -,. str-e:'. .,Le'.est Bareaius :. .nruecm~e, -r a-t 140.s East Gaa'sden Or phono 853 registered and transferred. Carl Set- LaRua street Apply to R. M. Cary,
I unel.. r'.edges. --, rings. 10octlm ter;lttd, Chipley, Fla. 18Jiy; 43 S. Palafox street 7June

J. IL PORTER, sailmaker. 714B Sot
Palaox street. Orders take tor
eats, awnings, eaip stools and house
oct etc. Prite reasonable. lljas

WANTED.-My patrons to know that
my school will open at the same
r.lace as heretofore, as soon as the yel.
low fever situation will permit Miss
Pattie Holden. 24sept.
WANTED-The people of Pensacola
to cease worrying. Let The Jouraal
Want Ads solve the problem for jyo.
They are expen detectives, sad can
find the man you are looking for if
he is included la the 26,0M or lo.e
people which makes the populalmn of

LOST-Black and white setter pup,
answering to name of "Jaek." Re-
ward for return to L.-Jaooby's store.

BusluNs Oppeotnity

The Cotton F16it is earning big
money. Profits divided every week
and American Express Money Order
mailed every Monday to all Investors.
Place an investment in the Cotton
Fund at once and receive a weekly in-
come. Amounts of $26.00 and upward
will be accepted. Write at once for
free explanatory booklet. Strong,
Griffith & Co., Gaither Estate Building,
Baltimore, Md. 2Ioctlt*


Estate of E. H. Ham, deceased.-
Creditors, legatees, distribuees and
all persons having claims or demands
against the said estate are required
to present them to me within two (2)
years from this date.
September 2, 1905. Administratrzx.




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

Union Pacific

and connections, with through sleea00
One-way colonist rates on sale from
September 15th to October 31st. 1905
To California. Oregon, Washington,
Montana, Utah, etc.
Special round trip rates to Callfor.
nia and the Lewis & Clark Exposi-
tion at Portland, Oregon, until Sep-
tember 28th.
Ask for through rate from yoar
station and secure literature. nla-
formation freely given.
General Agst,
13 Peachtree St., Atlanta. Ga.
0. W. ELY, T. P. A.




And all points on St. Andrewm Bay,
Carrabolle and Ap&aiehiega.
Leave Pensacola Sunda., 8:a3 P
m for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesda). 8:30 ap
ia. for BL Anadews, MKlllvk Ap-&
lacicola, Carrabelle and intermaIeda
For additional information alf 0 9
I. R. COBB, Primad .
Gem. Frt. and Pass. Agt
Pensacola. Fla.

Room 40 Thileaa ullding.

PHONE .56 r

AttarneyandC'u l at Law
108 East Government Stret.
General Law Preteae.

Room 500 Thieemn Bid. PhIMp 78

Fisher Building, 204/, South Palaftm
PHONE 625.

Room s, Brent BalIdi g. Phame, U.


Attor and Counsellor at La
401 Thlosen Building.




$5 to $10. $10 to $18. $18 and Over.
"* NC. 1O. N. HAYNE, 5 RO S .................... ...... .. $5.00 NO. 309 N. HAYNE, 7 ROOMS.. .... .. .. .. ..... .. .. ..$18.00 NO. 411 N. SPRING, 8 ROOMS.............. .... .. .. .. . .... 00
NC. .9.3 N. ALCANIZ. 3 ROOMS ...... .. ... .................... $5.00 NO. 16 8. SPRING 6 ROOMS .. ...... .... .. .............. $17.00 BAYLEN AND DeSOTO, 8 ROOMS.. .. ..............$35.00
,NO. ,S& $ CHASE ROOMS........................... ........$6.00 NO. 116 W. WRIGHT, 6& ROOMS ...... ................ .. ... .$17.50 BAYLEN AND DeSOTO, 8 ROOMS.............. .... ..$35.00
,0 72 0 DAv'S. P FOO S . ........ ..... .. ...... $7.00 NO. 245 W. GARDEN, 6 ROOMS.. .............. .............. .... $16.65 NO. 211 W. CERVANTES, 8 ROOMS............ .. .. .. ....$3.00
3. 7 N. TARRAGON.A,. ROOMS ........... .................... 7.00 NO. 309 E. GREGORY, 6 ROOMS ............... ............ -y$1.75 NOt 317 N. BARCELONA, 8 ROOMS..........................$25.00
No. 0 N GLILLEVV"DE:,. 4 KCOMS .. .. .. .. .... ...... $7.00 NO. 122 W. GARDEN, 5 ROOMS ............. .... .. .......I. $15.00 NO; 304 8. ALCANIZ, 8 ROOMS ...... .. .. ............... $20.5
|NO 9; E. EE..LONT. 4 O.C S .......... ... .. .. .... ........ 7.50 NO. 403 -N. HAYNE, 5 ROOMS............ .. ... ... ... ..... $12.50 NO. 1s8 L WRIGHT, 5 ROOMS....... ........ ............... $2.50
NO. B. S. BA\ LE qO. S ...... .. .. .. .. .. .......... .$&00 NO. 419 E. INTENDENCIA, 5 ROOMS.........................$12.00 NO. 217 N. CEVALLOS, 7 ROOMS ...... .. .......... .. .... 20.00
S RE 5 ROOMS.... .. ........ ..... .........$8.00 NO. 23 E. LaRUA, 4 ROOMS.. .. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .... .... ..$13.50 19 E JACKSON, 5 ROOMS.................... .. ......$1800


Correspondence Solicited. Real Estate. Rental and Insurance Agency.


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.7-I usw

T"E *PEN*ACOLA- 'J4V1U#. .4. LOSUNAY *oruU,0 o-tv,94ER 28,'. -,is

rA DI.'.- bb

R w1i pay every man
mad young man in Pea-
sacola and vicinity to seS
or stock of Cravtae'
uazaoats. They are Im-
per~tios to ratn and
they will tarn the %iinE
and cold. too. Ver; swell
and at price mm

-10o to 6"

Fine lot of Sweaters in a
variety of colors, 50c to

Speciasts in Men's Wear
2M5207 S. Palfom
Phone 225.

Mmmd.i Dylchj,


bg waPrd EL-a- If

a tm place to send your clothes to be
Bed, Cleaned, Pressed or Repaired.
STley are now in a position to handle
| rW work more efctfatly than ever.
hae 6r7. Proprietr.
MWe 11 North Palafo Straet.

t _x

AL W. GW&mLmOL &aCO, Proe
Shkm madturer, couragig
m krmIwe-r, S MtObU tos ho
ber. ad eave par w-er Ia yewr

Every Drop

of Blood
in the body psses
th.ouh the kid.
ney and is filtered
and purified In
ordr tht these
gans may per-
form their duties
properly, care
should be taken
to keep them in
mnd, hehycon
edition. If yo are
a uuffcrer from kid-
ney trouble try

Long Lfe

Liver and

and yu will never
regret it.

For Sale by
Hannah Bros.


bbC~ CoalL

When the quarantine is raised and contiguous territory as well, has been Before the great white throne. TH
When the quarantine is raised and- jk an d the wonder of the whole public.
the country people rush into town to th oKC a tewndet of the whole public.
meet the returning refugees trom tar From a new business now only six There, in the company of saints, Direct
and near. it will be an interesting month's old, Mr. Hooton's enterprise We hope one day to meet,
event of our lives. It edeL is now as well known as any other And Joia in stains of sweetest lays TR
The markets which have assumed Institution in the city and far better Before the mercy seat.
astonishing proportions on the out 5 known than most of them. -HAZEL C.
lines at the leading roadways will pull To a Journal representative yes
up stake and probably heao for West A terday Mr. Hooton stated that IH
Garden street, as a central morning TT L his mail order bsiness-somethin TE Y T D
market place, by common consentand II i w he had mutual attraction. l I k the first place-was really assuming SUSINES LOCAL.&.
When the ball is started to rolling large proportioasb and It comes from -0
the city ay take a o-operative had i all parts of West Florida and South- H. st
in developing an attractive city mar-|. N I.|T K ern Alabama.x C n
ket. M' I I There is but .ne explanation for Oearit & Carenter will fmrnish
THOS. McMILLAN. this, and that lies in the publicity estimates on building and painting TI
which Mr. Hootdo's business nas re- and 0ve personal attention to work.
Scald head is an eczema of the ; C T. E A ceived through the columns of-The M Strong, and 824 1 st LaRuoa
scalp-very severe sometimes, but it JournaL He might have commenced stretas
can be cured. Doan's Oinment, quick 18 THE KING business with the same stock, bright
and permanent is its results. At any OF ALL and new: the samelocation, central- McKisie Oertla t Co., wholesale An
drug store, 50 cents. ly located and eUlly reached; theand retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
S same force of qick-delivery messen- the 17 a rst.-clss house of the kind
TO THE TRADE. 2 5c CIGtAR .g y; ,but if he had ot advised t' e i p.a.a. air "s t a. Tro
S* 1 public through the columns of the
On account of quarantine, we wiii paper of what he was doing and se orpaper, w
not undertake to establish a branch TR ONE could do, no one outside of those who W interior paper, ch mn
house in Pensacola until same is re- isT Y O E I a la sIe wSU od Wen- have a e lcay sor m ned, 'sech Di a ty,
voked. We will make all oil and known that he was In business. imea' o.Cr s Ba d at C. V.
grain shipments from Mobile, Ala.- Hooton's Pharmacy is a credit to e-o S aLst.
Same will go forward promptly. Send the city and a bright example of what T
us your orders for high grade oils. energy and hnstte, coupled with RUMOR IS FALS Us
PUOB O IL r ,newspaper publty, can accomplish. R M FAUs -
14sepWtl. P. Davis At. L w i B ar Rumr tat we ae to t ee our place
BARBER SHwP ANNOUNCEMENT. Ready for usines.* rf bs)swns drg *f the fevr situation
W. R. Meriwthe4 wbo has been il aVtVy No such idema. We are
We have now i i employ Dick with yellow fever far the past two op a.r nes and Id U-Ii st
Gagnet, the wello awn tesrial ar- wieka, w hbes his friends to know o .. e
tis. Yoe will find ohn at the Collins Agra that he has now revered and will be eSpab'y hdl same* 27
kare. saiMe r thep, 04 Palafte atOL at his oee tomorrow, 112 South Tam. THE LEWI SlEAR CO.
-io-tw- .eove&buB -Mpge. be00ns 2

"B0t spIIt; on the approach of cold w fh'Wer. Dwing
the M mor ths the fles often crack opet., which
"e, a vwltable fre trap when the first flreA re brilt
If soa have no insurance on your honue or b-msthold
osa, y~ bad

UllInI nF ILI f I CRUSHED fi I mi
t ckUBWgtn, Br as, Whyte, 885, for
u lThe linen 1 handle is trg wa 148,M00 s ft sawn tink
Snot crashed Is t rona, s. 41,00 a ft lumber.
bu*&-- i a, t i carefully ironed by Ke mos, Nor bk, Iaskaen, 1227, for
xMperts on %be bar-. and a .t with 967.000 a ft lumfr.
lmoat a olatW e laundry MQo e May. A. ch, DavIis. 664, fobr
machab ry known to the Norwich, Conn., with 547,000 4 ft lum-
business. Let us do your er.
work and w will never --Fi
have it done elswherst. 'VRa LS IN PORT.
S ad b Class Gires Enter- r. Hai Sffe g Fril Pl The Star Steam Atrn, n a ,_Bengoa, Lver -
ab t fiar YI w Fever Caused by C io tig Lau ry. pool to Trans Co.
Laundry. ....." 0p..
S irs. An A ap.Gde*. t. Ph 114. lCmbria, Dan as, Hansen, Hamburg
S-- --- PG 8 L i F to Gu' Transit Co. |i
..P .. .Br. as. Eastlands, 2001. Thomas frown
the children of Bagdad, embued The many friends of Dr. J. Whiting St. Vincent, consigned to F. O. Howe
with the spirit of assisting the poor Hargis will be pained to learn that he & _C .
and needy of Pensacola recently gave ip suffering from blood poison, whke Harold, Nor as, 1435, Aos, London.
an entertainment at that place, which he contracted while conducting a .Katndreeht, Dutch s, Hockstra .
netted the sum of $24.00. The enter- autopsy upon the remains of William TR PENTIE STILLS 1t G prt to the W. S. Keyser Co.
tainment was given by the Sunday Barry during the first portion of last uR I m. .L.. 1 to rOlk
school class of Mrs. S. J. Stewart, Wek 1 atMasu, Br. s, Peters, 2298, Noriolk
and yesterday Mayor Bliss received The left hand and arm of the doe- McMillan Buos. CO; Mater.*
a check for the amount, which he tor la affected, ant' yesterday after Br. so. L belia, Palmer, from Vera
turned over to Treasurer P. K. Yonge noon his fever was as high as 101, M l UfOtuGerG, Grus, to W. 8. Keyser & Co.
The letter is as follows: bile he suffered a great deal of pan. MOBILE, ALABAMA. LIovale, Br ss, Anderson, i855,
Bagdad, Fla.. Oct. 20, 19055. The autopsy over the remnina of Rio janero to the W. S. Keyser Co. 5
Mayor Chas. H. Blis, Pensaeola, Barry had about been completed, Peckietgton, Br as, Whyte, 885, Gal- C
Fla. Dr. Hargis was bathing his hands, vt ,A n r to A. Wrrtt & Co. -
Sir-Enclosed I beg to hand you when he accidentally Cut his band ./1b -- r tI
$24.00 for the yellow fever sufferers i upon a small piece of glass which was, A t B Laock 2148 I
of Pensacola Check to I.e- in the bowl. The cut was only sllght C-- r to Baarsa & Co.
lief Fund. This monev was raised and btt little attention was paid to It Naval stores MakeLt Vivina, Span as, Bustinza, 1988, L.J- .
by my Sunday school class at an en- Friday night. however, the hand an.l Savanah, Ga., Oct. 21.-The naval erpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
tertainment given for the purpose. arm began to pain him. and yesterday stores tsarxet closed to-day aa lo0. Ships. FC
We only wish this was a much larg- tblood poisoning had commow ows: Ka.ser r shin Martin 1180, Bre-
er amount and extend to you all our' Notwithstanding his suff*ng theW ..................
heart-felt Vynmpathy and trust it wil; doctor remained at work treating tho W .. ..............6 50 i A ndrsen
be cold enough in the next few days, yellow fever patients. and his friends N Nor. ship Ilalsa,124, Andreue ,
N cold enough in5 35 N.....................
to stamp the fever entirely out. are in hopes that he will recover with- M.......... ............5 20 from Leith, to Master.
Yours respectfully, in a short time K.............. ........5 10 Itl. ship Trfnito, 1472, Santagule,
MRS. S. J STEWART. A CARD. ...-I.. ........ ............4 85 from Rio Janeio to Rosasco Bros.
H.............. ......... 4 t0 anA
Cures croup, sore throat, pulmon- This Is to certify that all drugglta .................. ......4 75 Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderson, 19A8,
ary troubles.-Monarch over pain of are authorized to refund your money p...... .... ............. .4 70 leetwood to Southern States Lawm-
revery sort. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric if Foley's Honey and Tar fails t .... ............ 4 35 ber Co. H. L
Oil cure your cough or cold. It stops the D 4 10 D wr, d. Bk, 11, sen, C.
cou heals the lungs and prevents .... **** ............... Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271, Olasen, C.
cough, heals t lung and prent. C........ .... ......4... 00 Aztwerp, to Plrch Pine Lumber Co. T
serious results from a cold. Cures 8iita TIrpentin A r &toPt c ine Lu e Co. --
rippe cough and prevent pneumonia. Si T bk. D -eneser, 771, Qual fro T
SI sAAV IEAv S and consumption. Contanas no opt. Garib i, Itl ondon. IIo
i v-vL .,A V ates. The genuine is in a yellow pack- o'-TTrt Garibaldi, Ital bk. Ageno, 1148,
age. Refuse substitutes W. A. D'l At Gloucester to order.
emberte, Druggist and apothecary. The following cotton quotatons are -ar bk. Gelin, 1375, Palk, from DE
Special to The Journal. reported for The Journal dilly by C. Nor. J. Spicer
8_ The JO"MCEPWORTH LEAGUE MEETING fne1F. ,r Nor. bk. B. J. Bpicer, Capt. 1Ptter-
BetO.OLsSu aLEAGUE M N Gunter Elmore, F. O. B. cotton broker. b 33.ser
Brent, Oct. 1.-Last Sunday ws AT 4:30 THIS AFTERNOON Pensacola, Fla.: son, Guayra, Keyser & Co., 128.
lust raiany enough for Sabbath school __"Nor. bk. at Craft. 1248, JohAnso
children to stay at home. The regular devotional meeting of Good Middling. 9% from Dubin to Master.
The atmospheric elements seem to the Epworth League of Palafox Street tit Middl ng Kosmo, Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227
The Iague dost it Middlin.. .d............. don.
have no regard for any day; nor to M. church will be held is the Sul- Middling.. ..... ... .Norn b. M o, 052, frn, from
respect any living creatures. The tall day school room of the church this Otrict Low Middll- ...... Nvrpool. b. Mo 105, Ze llnus rom
pine tree standing between our build- afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. S tansa nd Tinges 1 et low*. Vpool, to Alex Zelius.
ings was struck by lightning in a A cordial invitation is extended to ao 1 8mer, Nor bk, Olsn 941 Por
most shocking manner, breaking the all who may feel interested' to attend New N ocaotrtlon. grfihd to A. ablla.-
Lord's day from top to bottom. this meeting, especially the young pe o- ew York, Oct The torner, Nor bk. Tonnerso, 840
We short-sighted Christians could perchurches not having their are the ruling Rotter am
see no necessity for so much rain. nor ow t meeting. da.: retherulingcottonqotae t dtoU .. 76,
for the thundering operation of lec- There will be no night services at o pen Clos
trial agency to manufacture whole this church. January.. ..........10.18 10.18
$trees, instantaneously, Into kindling March.. .... ... ..10.36 10.84 Alfa, Danish Bkta, 271, Ramussen
splinters. No one would ever be bothered December.. ........ 10. 10.06 Cers, Bra. .
The tree stood 90 eet east from our with consumption It everyone knew w. .. X.
owelling house. Some of the inmates how naturally and quileky Burdock Livrpool Qu- aton. Doris A h, s.
thought they were touched by the im- Blood Bitters regulates the stomach Liverpool, Oct 1O-Te follow. Dori, Am sch, eilke, b10e Havana 9
ponderable ball. The smell of oaone and bowels. are the ruling cotton eotati follow ma. Br sch, Heneery, 299 Ha
indicated that we were close enough tt t. ..
to the seee of action for good health. Meeting Tomorrow. day :. ialmar, Amt seh, Axcson, 55, Kipt
It came like a death warrant as if to Op.. eirT .o n Close Want to OURTransat O LC
local branch of the Afro-Ae. t-Oct V.. ..5.1*5.44 O.)fa.DvisIvii
fcrewarn us of the approaching end Th loca n el aillh m t Motn Ay night O. l Ceo. May, D s, ..lvere, .554.
from accident, ellow fever or other 'can Oo"ncil will meet onda. night Dec .-Jan .. ......... ..
ac den fatal cause. at 8 o'clock, at Allen (apel. meN- Feb.-Mar.. .. .... .5.54 5.49 ..--
Snknown fatal cause. gth migraton bears and all other persons who wish Jan.~leb.. ......... 5.5 ..2. 5.62 u W---------------------
i'Th h to join are requested to be present. Nov.-Dec.. ..........5.49 5.49 I -
will be doubly weloomne on accountof.
th.e oldaniv wave wc aco m- Business of much Importauce will be t IN MEMORIAM.
the cold anti-fever wave which accom- r
pansies him. he reduces the Octo- trsacted. he exec e om ee COUNTERFEITING THE GENU-INEt ... _ __ DIREC-
nm eyefloei s called to meet at 12:30 Monday in. Fl o, rga ,-,-.,,..,
ber temperature to an unprecedented the office of Dr. H. 0. Will. Foley & Co, Cb nago, originated
minimum over the yellow fevered sec- C. F. CL, Pres Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
tions of the south, it will be in accord AAIRN B WN Ch'm. Br. m remedy, and on aegun of the great In -memry of J.H Cox, who died
with his phenomenal achievements in J. T. MASON, Secretary. merit and popularity-of Jbley's Honey the 1m9th day of October, WPensacola, Fib
the past and Tar many I-mt1rons are offeree Fla. Forei(
I have heard the expression that for the gunulne. These worthless Im-
Mr. Roosevelt was too great a man for Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace stations have similar sounding named. ths the lot of mortal man We
President of the United tates-a fit- of prompt delivery. Open all night Beware of them. The genuine Foley's Inthi thler vale of ta change
ful ruler of the world-without sword Phone 1100. Honey and Tar is In a yellow peck- His time aonv rth t likr Gerr
or crown. _____ age. Ask for it and refuse any sub-. Hollran
He declined to cancel the date of! stitute. It is the best remedy for Of days, of months and years. Norwa
his visit to New Orleans, and the tev- Willifllllllll lllllcoughs and colds. W. A. D'Alemberte Prered r unprehe must other I
er has steadily abated for his welcome if Druggist and apothercary, 121 South At dea h's dread s mmon s got
Although Penslaeol ranks as the 2I Proom drst unto his parent dust- Safety 1
second healthiest city in the United And oauot answer-No! e
States, it -ems to be rather sickly for s r BIG MAIL ORD R to tat stern dee,
visitors at the present time. Our friend Jack Cox went d e
Under the new light of scientific at- 1A Or ndM c ox went r
tainment. It is being practically dem- DRUG BUSINESS t this world of misery,
onstrated by the health authorities at o Resigned and content
New Orleans and Havana, that yellow ,----,
fever is at last coming under human y Deeply we mourn the mishap L. BILT
control by "ounces" of preventionunder hum 5 PENSA CLA ONCERN NOW DO. And his unmtipely end; .. r MB
through the destruction of mosquitoes. = Iiv In gloom and anguish we are wrapt;
Miss Stegomyla has been convicted IN B8NE ALL OVER He was indeed a friend.
of murder and sentenced to banish- WET FLORIDA AND W orn him dead-departed worth!
ment from southern cities.departed worth!
It is highly probable that we are =; :W:l SOUTH ALABAMA. In lie so true and1 kind. i eei
having our farewell visitation of this 5 .A His affability and jovlal mirth
d eadful disease, which has run amuck M U oom .......
as it were in Pensaoola. slaying our-T--
des it were in ensaola. slain our ith The prominence which Hooton's Sleep on, dear Jack, in hope to rise *g-*-
out regard to age race size or osith- = Pharmacy has attained In the drug At the last trumpet's sound. J..
out regrd to --- trade, not only of Pensacola, but of To meet your Saviour in the skies Z

he Uni

bAgs a
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Gen'1 A~Tu

Ion Central Life

lower death rate, lower expense rat. and higher
It rate than any company doing business In lorida
d14 be easy for you to decide the ret.

. &, Williams, General Agent.

on Works and Supply Co.
Mutetarers and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or 1ight. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dos, also
Chata of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITrMAN, Mger.
Resldenes Phone 102. P. O. Box 123.

SCOVINQTOM, Presdent M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
N. LAMAR, Vko-Pesident JNO. PFEIFFER. Aest. Cashier.

Capital Stoek, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

ery 1.. Covlngton,
3. M. Pfelffr.
Bryam Dunwody,
Frank "eIlly,
W. 0. Rosaco,
T. F. McGourin.
13.& Brawaer,
0. 'W. Lamar.
J. I. Saunders.

S. J. Poshee.
A. M. Avery.
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
O. E. Maura,
W. L Cawthon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah.
McKenzie OertiLag
Alex McOowln,
C. M. Covington.

unt of Sakcs, Individuals, Corporatlons, an# Firms SollteL.
'ou per coat. Interest paid on Time Dpoelta.

KNOWLB8, Prestdest.
W. BaRNT. At. Cashier.

W. K. HYMR, JR.. V.-Prea. and Cashier
W. N. ROBERTS, Apt. CashiMr.

rst National Bank


oP eruicoa, FIa,
F. C. Brent W. A. Blount. Wim. H Knowles,
W. K Hyer, r., D. G. Brent

an d Doaeric Exchange Bought and Sold

draw our own Bills of Ex-
on Great Britain, Ireland,
ny, France Austria, Italy,
d, Spain, elglum, Russia,
, aweden, Denmark, and
European oountries.

Vessels disbursed upon the most
Favorable Terms, and their obli-
gations taken payaple at Port of
Destination Ten Days After Vere
sel Arrives there.

Deposit Baes For Rent, in Connection with which we
me Private Depatttnt for the use of Renter3.
F -p- eurt-l fe-es-t Paik on Depest at
rat of 4 per cat per rnm.
IN 9IW, I -T. 9 W IL I, ?

ON oGISi, Pas~rM T. X. WsLLES, Vwic-Pmszorr
smUnl, uasna. MAN.sIIsLD MORIO, ASr. CAsIEsa
Itlzens National Bank,
of Psameot, Florid.

NMx. reaar&, L. H ltoa Graa.

mpp rp*-~e sese osezss osossseC

RESSk, PrwsMat. W. MENEFEB. CaUhier.
t. M. CART. Vice-President
or-L. J. RsVae, J. L. Reese W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
W. A. 'YAIlibert, T. A. Jennings.

Whlelerm and Letu Dsler in
am Domnar Anthracit COA |
and Uecklith COAL'
Bce-No. *4 South Plat2. street. Telephone, S2.
lrda 4 prressa sd Gosales streets. Phone. g.

Tn.,' trance A&ainst

able and Worry in the Home.
Sweod -you- nave it? If everything goes well fa the
-ltchn,- -the whole household is happy. Carrying I the-
coal,- 'wool ed kindling, sweeping up the diut. *firt ad,
traf are all done away with if you


a Gas Range.
The old woodad-eoal-way is rll worry and trouble.

I am GaWro Seet. ho1e H4s.




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