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 27, 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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Great Excitement Over

FMti St. Pes- Awful Crime of Negro

By Associated Pres. a a late hour tonight he had not been
Atlanta, Oct. 26.-Mrs. C. W. Moore. caht. The county police will con-
, STATE OF SIEGE wife of a well known and prosperous tminue the search tonight, and tomorrow
1 STATE 01 OB L__-aSIEGE wf e p r a large posse and all the county police
merchant on the Peachtree road, near force will take up the hunt. It is fear
this city. was assaulted by a negro i ea the negro will be lynched if caught,
his morning. Blood hounds have !as there is much excitement in the
rM- t- W hunBsSS lCS ben following the negro all day. but community where the crime occurred
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Go=m sawitua, Ibnk
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By Associated Prss.
Havana, Oct. 26.-Aio uncredited
rumor is In cirelabO to the effect
that General Jose MiWal sose, form-
er governor of Santa Mara province,
until recently a candid for the pres-



Omits Expected Address Fearing Injury to
Women and Children--Magn ficent
Reception Tendered Executive.

By Associated Press.
New Orleans, Oct. 26.-The Presi-
dent's southern trip closed here today
by a greeting intensified, if possible,
compand with what he received at
pTeviols stopping places. The throngs
were so dense that the President fear-
ed injury to women and children which
caused him to cut short his address
and urge the people to disperse.
The streets were thronged with
shouting thousands from the city. Mis-
sissippi and Louisiana, and flags and
buntings covered two miles of the
rcute over which the parade passed.
The President was kept standing in
his carriage bowing acknowleugments
of the welcome.
The President's car reached Stuyve"
esnt docks promptly at nine doclock
and he then stepped on the steamer
Comus, which was waiting to make
the river trip and inspect points of in-
terest along the water front. He was

welcomed on the steamer by four
hundred leading men and women o0
New Orleans, headed by Governor
Blanchard, Mayor Behrman, Dr.
White, of the Marine Hospital Ser
vice, and federal, state and, 0y offi-
On the return of the steamer the
procession formed and the President
was escorted by a number of former
members of the Roosevelt Rough
Rider's regiment. The parade ended
at the city hall, where the President
vas expected to deliver his address.
The dense crowa' alarmed the Presi-
dent and he urged them "Go home and
be good citizens." He then retired to
the mayor's office, where he held a
brief reception.
The President and members of his
party left at 6 p. m. obthe Lighthouse
tender Magnolia for the passes where
the cruiser West Virginia is at anchor
awaiting to carry them to Washington.


,idency of Cuba, and wbis now in the
By Asasoated p P & oUnited states, is buying SiX thousand ALI C
Lost rifles in the United States for the pur.
aSfterso M Oct. 26 o uring the dJH HrryCitymns 0ard E. All Interest in Fever Situation Lost poe of organizing a revolution inU
after the a over the strike H. Hamiman's Special In Enthusiasm Over Pesi- Cuba.
situation I, St. Petersburg Increased Train InEnth iaGeneral Foyre Ar secretary
Meat mrfts -were raide by mob dent's ViSit of the interior, laughed wUenl question-
and all ott and candles were sold out ed on the subject and said: "If Go-
The peaMOple feared the city would be By Associated Press. nies bright the rifles into Cuba he
New York. Oct. 2t.--E. H. Harti By Associated Press. would' no- find men to carry them.
pinage4 to arkness but General Tre- man's special train wl;ih Miss AiL '" : -. ":-- .. much. ess to fight with then. We
PON ad0 mergetlcally and troops Roosevelt on board, arrived in ers. -eard such rumors. They Ieem
Ci y over the Eri.e tonight at 7: -4-. New Orleans. Oct. 26.-Fol- ae heard sch rumors. The seem UL
took pennesoe of the water, gas and Mr. Harriman and ni-nibers of hi : lowing is the official yellow I to have been gottou up for the purpose
actric light works and a strong family left the tra;n a- Arden, N. Y., fever summary to 6; p. m: of convincing the United statess gov-
guard was pbAed around the treasury. iwhlocatedMr. arriman's country plae 3.47New cases 3; to'al to date ernmenttCubAht there is a:spirit of un- Order of Judge at aphne med Pensacola De to t leaIe
Jewelers hurriedly sent their stock The only members of the origi' 3.- 4 Deaths, 0: total to date, 439 i Cb.
Taft party who came through on the New foci, 1. S ator Zeeyas, po dent of the bySheriffand Clerk-Court and There Meet Bnie
to places o sale keeping and shop- train were Miss Roosevelt and her Cases under treatment 42. 1.beral party, was suXprsead when he
we the work of. boar- traveling .panion. Miss Board- Cases discharged 2.900. ohed th report, a: "Gome
1..._ ^ ....._...su_ iran and Miss M(Milen. Congress-, an be D hm
man Gillet, of New York and J. C. -,-' a"-4- is going to rt abe-
-o-l- e atwrmaon str~io work- MeNeight. come a sugar tWillier.R
-, -- Iwo1 .... tb.... Miss Roosevelt was driven direct. New Orleans, Oct. 26.-All interest A special from Bay Minette to the Willie Frine a yoang man o this
- oaua s m yi to the boneof her ati Mr ., EATh F Mobile Register says: c'ty who has done considerable acro-
ll a r a i- o.. te ,-- of he st. M- w- au- terday J. C. McGillo of Daphne batic work In this cty ad who Is or-
Jte. e p ad troops did a t inightl g for WA in eathuslasm overthepresidet Mrs Mrtha ge aged 4 andMbitte se Sm pote orntiered exceedingly clever e
SiLn tomprrow mo^ing ( j Mrs. Martha1. Dodge, aged 4of Mobile who was appointed Solin
IM laltfere but by General Trepoff's, Members of the party denied th-a visit, but the low record was gralfy- years, explrs*~at Sght ather home, tor by Jiudge Browqe at Daphne, eame lne is to leave Monday for md ,
ader l sprIt r shops were closed I Miss Roosevelt has been siqk during' ing Just the same. With only three No. 6 North Twelfth avenue, after a to Bay Mineu e. Mr. Smti.h served from. where he will join Bennie Dinham,
the trip f two a long and painful illne. Death was Daphne an order on the sherifff I alio of this city, who is the world's
The police are becoming frightenases no deaths ad ort two due principally to old age. was from Judge Browne ordering *he most famous horizontal bar performer
e" play of them are offering their' under treatment, the work i regarded The deceased was one of the nurses sheriff to come to Daphne at once to oungFarne will remain with Mr
myo h r t 0r GOAST PATROL as practically over with. during the civ il war, nursing the sc is enteBrupon his duties I at hril .T una i rinth
Repts terror sa the thatperiod. ihe.9erved in this eapa- Browne is right in holding court a to leave at the same time will be
leots fouem a teriora t TO BE W i)RAW No Reply From President. City throughout the entire war and: Daphne then the order was void frmirnk Dunham. a nephew of the fa
troops ame oixtg a few trains but TNo reply has been received by her services were greatly appreciat- the fa't hat th! sheriff was under us acrobat who will alo train
with 4d0culty. The strikers are tear- By A cated Mayor Bliss to the telegram which he ed. Sentence and all orders should be rine is now considered one of th
SBy Associated Pres sent to President Roosevelt on Wed-, The remains *will be interred this properly addressed to the coroner. Mr. best acrobats in Florida, and it s ex-
ag up t t me place out ashine r. Oct. 2.-The trea r nesday, inviting the latter to either afternoon, the funeral services being McGill served a similar order on the' teat a ,rt timwit Dun
f the city. n tre .-h ol fe embark or touch at Pensacola on his, conducted at 4 o'clock at the famv clerk. Mr. Smith when asked wha ll develop him into one of the be
Ste e prituation n the.s- th so wll n hand southern trip. home. authority he had for serving orders men in this line of business. He has
On the bourse prices are very weak, that it hard i the w drawal of uthern n friends in ensacola who while
it1-ce revonve cu-ter patrol at all Gulf X
erial for dropping to eighty- tola rgrettng to see him depart, will nev-
tpints epin sacola. and th e -= orthess wish him success In his
eight. to essels there will soon be with-i p chosen profession and congratuat
A state of aeige exists in Moscow. ', him upon the good fortune he has in
Street cars are stopping and Cossacks o in th worl-. He been in tre em
Lave several times dispersed crows ploy of the Electric Light Company for
oe ii s i e L- the past four years, and has always
IN people. i SMALL fIRE | L ' i attended strictly to business.
General Trepoff believes the strike L
w11 exhaust itself at the end of a week By Associated Press. HI Hl1 HONOR
as the workmea are without money. Hot Springs. Ark.. Oct. 26.-Six
bodies, have been taken from the Rail
oad Hel on Olive street h whe FOR GEN. BOOTH
TO WITHDRAW NAVAL a small fire occurred e rlv today. Four
FORCE FROM PACjFIC bodies havoc been identified but the
twnhers arc charred beyond recogni- C Bd
---- tion The fire was caus-l by a :amrnp /fy AsByncnatet Press.d
Ow Associated Press. (:.plodin,. T he loss to the hluilding is; London, Ct. 26.-The freedom of
Sonly tweniy-five hundred dollars. the cit of Iondon. a distinction on
t. PtersburgOct. 6-Theadmr which man statement and warrior
ity has l determined to withdraw prac-, bave set great store, was today be-(
tilly all the Russian naval force HIGHl l lIND ON$ s;owd on General Booth of the Sahlv-
bm the Padcic, leaving a; Vladivos-;|M t on Arm'y, who accepted it as a rec
Sonly the cruiser Akold. gunboats oATLANTI iiAST s ion ot the world wile work of the
MamNjr and the torpedo boats. The A GW
bew etprogram is s ill unsettled. By Associated Press. Baldwin bt reu
SNorfolk. Va, Oct. 26.-The wind on were a lawyer you mtght know. -
IBlKI CANS TO the coast has increased to 53 miles per night these same gentlemen again.
- U- I-- Lv e hour. All the lower part of Norfolk came to Bay Minette. but they reus-
A flooded and street iar trae has been s ed to state their mission. i
NAME JEROM- t ie up ha Ian, sections. ,,. / At3 o'clock this afternoon the sher-1
,- .AP .T BRI S others together and made the follow-
S'ark, 0" 26.- '1 te executive jI inC4 g announcement:
.e, Y "2ent!pmen umndr q.<-t'ion t,?') if,

MMO--t1. of the Republican county,
lmtte de eed at a special me*,- DONATES $10
Sirg this afternoon to call a county
coaveatiee for tomorrow evening to Capt. William Briggs, the proprietor
Utm~e cand"ote for district attorney c1 the Briggs house. has contributed
to retlae Charles A. Flamme. who $10 to the yellow fever fund. His lei-
ysterday resigned the candidacy, ter. which is self explanatory, is as fol-'
The CoMMttee also decided to advise lows:
that William Travers Jerxne be nam- "Chicago. Oct. 24, 19056.
ed a a cadidate. Editor Pensavola Journal:
SMyself and wife send many thanks
PASCSENG R R Ci/DFk' -or the prompt delivery to our address
*PAS NGER WRECK!of The Journal. We will probably
leave Chicago the last of this week.
ON RIOCK ISLAND trading south. We will make a-num-
ONR C S A D her of stops before reaching Ot. Louis
ard will probably remain at the lauer
place until quarantine is lifted.
By AMCelated Pres. "'Seeing your appeal for more funds
P'Ti4el, iowa, Oct. 2 .---Four per- to carry on the relief work. you will,
st0s were killed and between fifteen firs' enclosed an order om Thos. C.
ad twVty seriously injured in a Watson & Co. for $10.
wreck near here early today between "'Ple. .e follow me with The Journal. i
two fast pmspftr trains on the Chi- as wc would be lost without it. Keep:
WRock Island and Pacic railway. her coming. .
Te wreck Is charged to the rain dis-, "Resp.ectutfnil,
Se*aww a0* "CAPT. WM. B] GS."




NIotwitstanding Fact That Twelve
New Cases Were Repmorted


Col Wstler Will Have Tendency
to PrevA t Spread.








the rode of Alabama, it is Providedj cation. This classiflcarion h<)w. -
that in the absence of the judge court; the stegoniyia i fast rtcr.a(in'
: will stand open from day to day until numbers, and wiier., rhrp w-ek., izo
*" 3 o'clock of the third day when K a large number were found. here ire
will stand adjourned until the next now very few.
% term. It is now 3 o'clock, the thxrd Quprantin. Wil! Remain.
day of this term." Mayor B-li's vy#.trerla\ aldresse Ia
m ; While court stands adjourned here commnitnl-aion :o SaTf- lHa;th Off *,
Ot t for the present term Judge Browne Porter, requ e-ing rtiha, hti qi.trati'v-
is proclaiming it open at Daphne restrictions be rpmove-d from aroni
though all cases have been continued the city in order that r,;intrv p4-- '*
for this week. What will happen might enter the city and dispos.s of
next week, whicqi is the criminal their produce. The mayor save i1 a1
week. is not known. The prisoners his opinion that the reduction in "iP
are in Bay Minfte jail and there is number of caset- showed that th..
C no place to keep them at Daphne. could be done A-ith safertv. lif al-
Neither the clerk nor sheriff have asked that the water patrol be mo' -
been taken to .-..obile tall under Judge fled to allow v-e(I-. more liberty in
Browne's orders and ust' how he ex- coming and going In mra'ln this r".
pects to get them there is a mystery quest the mayor stipulated the ho-irs
to a great many people. Taking a of the day wh'-n "e countrv:n,-
Sbird's-eye view of the whole aitua- should come into 'h.. city and df.
tion is resembles a Chinese pauzJ part.
which the Bay Mineute end says coall Dr. Porter was seen la.t night in I
have easily been solved by holding asked if be had rerilied to the ltes"
HORNS OR NOT. heretofore. (Contiaued on Fifth Pop


K' Following is the official sum- ;:S
mary of the yellow ever situa- .'
tion up to last night: 4
4 New cases .... ...... 12 '1
Total to date .. .. ......317
Deaths yesterday .. .. .. 2 4
Total deaths to date .. .. 72 .
Cases discharged .. .. .. 36."> *
Cases under treatmeUL .. b0 O -

Twelve new cases-two deaths.
This was the official report compil-
ed at the office of the State Board of
Health last night, and which wiil be
bulletined this morning. *
The report shows that the si;t:ua
ties I still very encouraging and tiih
present told spell, will no doubt can.- q
the number to decrease to a iuater '.,
extq* within a Itori tiUme, a t
eaOses the mosquito to be less actic.
The cool weather, is very trying
upon those who are now under treat.
ment. There are quite a number I1
patients in a critical conditilt-. *
The New Cases.
The new cases reported iast night,
are as follows:
Miss Genevieve Shiuttleworth, 1',L
E. Romana street.
J. W. Gay, 16 W. Gonzalecz srr"t.
Miss Essie Mitchell, t1 E. Belumoiu
Cassius Gritham, color,,d.
Angelo Mascona. corner Gar.I'-
and DeVillier street.
John Mitchell, 402 E. Belmrout
Mrs. Eubanks. 910 7th Ave.
Victor Sodrrquest, 311 S. DeVil'lie
Mrs. Ella Metts, S11 E. Cervan'e4
Ed. Hodgeboom, 214 E. Wr-ht
Alice Francis. Corner Zarragossa
and Reus street.
Mrs. S. C. Donaldson. 401 E. Grg.-
ory street.
The Deaths.
Antonio Portativitr, 7)0 Wcs; W 1 -I,
month street.
F. C. West, corner Main an,! A.-
caniz streets.
The death of Mr. W'st o several days since, but has noi ri
before officially bulletined. No re;"
of the death was at fir.t made to 7.,
board, and afterward it was ov. .r
Only Eighty Under Treatment.
There are only eighty patients nof.
under treatment, buit of rhi nliii) r
there are several in a crit!eal ron -
*.on, and it is expected thar some t
them will noti -urvive.
The Fumigation Work.
The work )''" th(. fuiiiga',n? <':;
is progressin- niertl. i)iri ')
past eleven 1a' -. n', '-;s than 2.7.-'
houses have been futmigatp,. shown):..;
how fast the work is biinig d onf. i' a
so thorough in very r-sp. ,
house samples of the inl'i"iIi
ed are p la '-d in an l t ,lop '1 '.


MI Bg-wP,. p sn I Mr. Mwia. Why do you atop? Toe are ske a charming flatterr.
Mr. Mea*-Wsa, I w jU t M g- what wewld happen to me it you'd take a sudden notion to ineem.

-We~ a d a4m a ~ama eat io n
eoayj' r r 4 iwUt eer. .bu et e

&#A sobe aga"s ag a a r4e t
sW 1* 10 g em 0*1 6e am ,04a
"Weas 1 a s w s 011 b" %*a ^w e
tr W aml Nm wr -W s as dey W
kicked up sy aboery. About two wee10
ago he showed back from the breakfast
k 1W e m -ss ad sa"0 :
"M*n lamB& I'm ran o a strike."
WhV" r sa e matt 3Jer" aw I.
'"teal een wek ue 4 att 0w0."
"Wt~ lbw'n we ax Itr'
'I wat * teaU orS | atlf"

'aA yea deaed te hob oa sight."
"Ad r th aCF oewe me a qOaaee for
this breakfast, because you wasn't at
work, a ee hare loIt b alt a hour's
time foA o round about thb strike.
That taUt es eutra olro a moath, and
you'll he hat I l the heg rIght along
to make up for the lost time. Better get
down to the tbraEId."
"He went, and that sted the strike.
I don't know hew thb keep strikes going
as I see In th papC r All you've got to
do sa to give way a little and bigger a
little, and when the hired man breaks a


Now and then a .alred man gets
e* his ena

hoe or a pitchfork take It t ot of his
wages and@ kack f the ears"
16* O ERt.

Mabel-Is she as happy as when she lived witn r.r -->and?
Molly-Twtce as happy. He used to allow her only $ a week. and now he aa
to pay her $18 a week alimony.


"Johnny," said the teacher to a boy
eight years old who had been laotta
Intently at a picture nl his school reder
for several mtintes "what a it that In-
teresta yea so?'
"A picture, ina'am," was the reply.
"Let me see. Ah, yee-a picture of a
young man from the city about to milk
a cow out In the country."
"But it won't move, ma'am."
"No. It Is not % moving plctere."
"Then how'm I *eer going to know that
he sat down and began milking, and the
cow hauled off and knocked him 15 test
with one toot and the bottom at the milk
pall out with the other?'

"No. It to not

a MOvIES weetwo.20

-00 I"go a* Pa easn ows O ~tm
"'aw! I A It mim am W-'

inbo getA eaulht aI the rist without
his umbrella.


I bha ad e at a gI-a '~ alliM
A*m asi to get a- -d* fe at
"m it aw s a lot t, twat asi

. fty b 1t af te
tear., I ra th em et it tL"he

"Ito aa rlght. pa t ws, .t"
"AM& wdoa s -M ae thMher tha

"r% Jest em by the mnll adter
dark.a l."
ayd the mat be ashes arsadI'
o"Hmadre o estteaeasth, a *."
"Ad yea dot esem to be bht wey
gomo th es"
'"Wttl e -nager, rews m~ l t vg galE-
sfM, ehA and etar, 1u.alpiga-
tors sad mgh K pre whaky, bat what
I'U nal' it that i a sager dida't
eme along yere new and them ad mad
mt w th my grammar I esmld At and

The gillUm lppet s are thleker than
Ing all day and never hanker to be preaJ-
dent of the United States!"

Mr. aee-I behMie ret everry man has same animal or vegeable ebauetwrt
Mabot h am
iml Caustique=-" a me. are Teri mnau -1,z

How he wolves the problem.

"Hare you been a passenger on on of
those 'fers making from 70 to I) miles an
hour?" was asked of the fruit tree man.
"Yes. I rode from New York to Chkiago
one day last week."
"And was the sensation tat at flying?"
"I didn't notice any sueh station."
"Waan't there a strange eallaratleg
about It'"
"I can't say that thw was."

tWroud ask me how It fet t
make a feeI el mo elLt.

"But there mst have been a mnroum
expectaay about itt' pindIad the other.
"Well. yes, I thih tiere w. bt It
wa't owing1 t the speed 09 ttal8."
"What was it owt to, st La
"Why, right aeree the aMb e trek f e
sat my divorced wtwa ald ery a in
of the trip I was nervoI expectant that
ahe weai tw and si a m e d e wst to
make a tool of myself!"

Mrs. Collter Down-Why don't you get your life Inumrel?
Mr. Coller Down (sharply)-If I'd do that, It would be just my luck to live
Mrs. UCo ler ws-'hen don't do it.

Find the young man for whom she Is waiting.

Ctmedi, (on the roof
oubrette-No wonder.

garden)--tem, e t tr. Is a ttaI wrek
His whole stage life ba been a amesemmie *al

First Artlqt- T ,Wt'r the trni.hl. ,ohi man?
Second Artist-I asked the art dealer what f shonM i tg for tese drawing*b
and he said ten yards at hard labor.

Matt &. Xae-Y-a, Paulie CRamilt s
a great setrem, but as rgarfd 4qar e
really bm't h
rast 4A t L shall cartalny
go ad see

One of the Jedage o the nPprem Celap
of New York State owns and has a eoen
try revldlenre on the banks of a lape ai
the northern part of the state, and a few
tdys ago the president of a camping and
fishing club, went to the Jrist and asked:
"Jndge, woold yeo have am ohjecting
to or ethb camping on tbr opWlte Ad&
of your lake for a people of wee k?"
"For what object" gravigal qnei At

"Mostly to f s."
"flih? Ptsh? But whe we
"In the lake, of eose.u
"But there are o abh i the la a
"It I, accounted the blast La e fT r
lug In the whale st e. e nl'tve e ~ouwd
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was a fish In those waters. It a thing
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dear me: Fhb l my lake uaM I didn't
know It! I think I sbaill e.r both partle
to prepare bhiAs as tiL"

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Sl fair ad Waram im :ae .. P:: *ems&es G a Feo Saff rs. F6__
moI*.4 ha hui. Tbe genuine table stamped
kl Mia WNWd emaS ~o earo er back. he
-..' erUngafteaedyCo.,ChcageorW.Y. go 'Since the committee issued its call'
g Colder weather than has been Ax- M LE TEN LUJON XES for more assistance for the yellow'
peornced witain the past few day, fever sufferers, and started a new
Anwea r is^Fa to f.rAtched here yesterday, nd there. I s ---- list, quite a number of donations have I I
no doubt but that it was gladly wei A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST been made. It is necessary to have; v
& iI iltl a a C$Vgle 0: corned by every one in Pensacola.4 $,000 more, however, and in order to
C4 1 was noticed early yesterday morn- have to subicrlbe liberally. Money
k Vs t rn u to yTOi elf to ing, and with a strong north wind it l I lll l I H I I must be raised for the work, or else
Continued to grow cooler during *he VlIR T VUH CR the poor of the city will suffer not only
be wid Od C* aIdav. Many persons. especially those for want of attention and medicine,
Swno were out late in the afternoon CIGAR.t but for the necessities of life. Below
me ow 90 C8 O and last night felt the jeed of over A ... ... ., ro is the new list, and also the old one,
at better coats All the qualities of flavor aro- stowing the contributions to date:
T he prediction for today, however, embodiedinit. hFrom old fun................. $300.00
ind.2 is warmer weather. emo n C. Thieen.. .. .. .......... 50.00 M U
4 --- Summary of Conditions. Walton Land and Timber Co.. 20.00 V
In his daily bulletin, issued yeA-' reen ut & ,o., Capt. Wm. Briggs ............ .00
~ terday. Weather Observer Reed said: DISTRIBUTORS, John S. Beard............... 10.00
M U "The siorm which was central in' DISTRIBUTORS The Old Donations.
` B West Tennesse hais moved to rith PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. M. E. Corley. Hattiesburg......5.00 from the large depart
:South Caro'na Coa.t, causing gener First National Bank..........$500 0 out at a lOSS to them.
SC. eo A rains over the east glf, southea --- W. S. Keyser Co............ 200...0
.. --------..... AtlaIic states and northward to the ..._ American National Bank...... 200.00
hoIwIaer yaeINewYork; an, h r to re es Consolidated Grocery Co..... 250.00r
rain has falien on te Atlantic Cua | MAKsAoA rene ................50.
Std oh from Georgia to Maryoand. Thec: ar B Tos. C. Watson............ 100.00
Re K sga sdhoer N Y or a r father with Ui;V U h a a e Escambia, realty Co.......... &0COe 00
WIN"i"" rpress-re following this disturbancel Lee Daniel ................... 25.40,
W. A..,Da niel................. .10 .00,
Gnri nge Opt la has advanced to the central and lo" er Special to The Journal. W. A. Blount...... ..... ..... 10.00
porr yigHannahBros.."..............10.00
ft S. PIa Stro emi c Mississippi valley. resulting in deca d Marianna. Oct. 26.-Messrs. W. H. People's Bank .. *...... ....... C that has never before
____ chae c ton cl uri Texas, -r lien and D. L. McKinnon returned Pensacola Water Company ... 100.0 i shoddy clothing. T1
S. kansas. eataein Missouri and east- sunday night from Jackonville. They Llis. Brooks ..............1000' '
T/ T" Mrward in'. Kentucky. middle Tennes- ient eto see nTet die." They reparta J 4s Coe ..................10. have not yet provided
StKERS LY TOL see.l an western fine time and have only words of Pensacola Investment Co.... 100:0oo if they do not inspect
Lower eLaakes. NewY ork, and New nor to re, resent Jackson county i Southern States Lumber Co.... 10000 We will mark tem
r. Clubbed returned Enrand is a tending a high arei the military procession. Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.0.)
or.m AV.. Clubs returned i last which has nived from the upper La-.e Mr. Wiselogel cane back Monday German-American Lumber Co.. 50 90
alght fr. an extended trip through Region with ine-easel pressure; k.l1- night. He has been in Jacksonville Saunders Mill Co...........2500 z 7
the erth and -orthwest. ing frost is reported from westiercn for the last few d3ys. Mr. Wiselogel J. R. Sauders ............ ... 50.00
The fishing schooners Cavalier. New York and Massachusetts. T'" spys thht he has never sen a finer Pensacola, St. Andrfews &
wkih 1,WM sappers and the G. L north -:ern Ieperssion has moved t. arilled company than ours, taking into Gulf Steamship Co.......... 2500 Sizes II
Da with a catch of 1,600 race Minneso;a: 'as caused light pr consideration the difficulties under D. Kugleman................10.00
ot vestert cipittion in : )rhern Wyoni'ig which they have worked. The con- J. Geo. White................ 5.00
port yS a.',S South Dak'.a M inneta and upp .'r pany -came home Tuesday night from S. P. Shotter Co.............. 250.00 S 1
The a a friends of Mrs. S. C. Don- Mi bigan. an( ,ries in teniperatre Camp Broward. They wr black and Jo Coleman.......... ....... 2.00. i
alidson, of 401 East Gregory street, from Ia' lanko%- an-a Nebraska to I'rty frow trtve; and a rather"taugb' A. F. Warren................ 25.00
will be pained to learn hat sac i-s ,l-yk Supr r w:h c Lkuinrss cx loking.s'. But they can't be blrAme. M. L. Roch................... 6.00 SiZes 15
very ill with yellow Iever. tend ing wA -twar over the northern for that as the whole Third Battalion is Jno. B. Jones................. 5.00
ur. Ewd. Andratie bac:erioo ist of ,ir of 4r '. o 0 Oregon and Wash- given an: kind of cars that will, T. H. Lannon & Co........... 15G00
the isaw, who ass been he:;- or ineo, n ve rTr an ,:ir oi h press' re roll when they go to camp, and they Wm. Johnson & Son.......... 230.) We are just opposite 1
o wee lef esterda niin 'h c r w.:;;-,r appears. AF t -L have the longest and dirtiest road to Clutter Music House........... 10.00
101 h.S home in Jackoni-e i (-"I, i' on Ltv"C S.outith Car;'i.,':a go over of any (! ,v' ,-.)n in FlorJa. Meyer Shoe Store.. .. ...... 00' ..
C i< t ; le. o)n>r the Atlantic. carry- Rather cool over here naw. Cold Standard Clothing Co...... 10.eC
S y Comptroller Geo. T. morgan a-a o'f cl-i., and main. ne ou zh Saturday and Sunday for us to Douville Timber and Land Co. 5.J0 -
coiie L a.s nome% with c i- I or ;. :ni- aclA.r. i::nt up the e ra itn:krs. i Maxwell & Reeves............ o 2000
conuition, nooever, is. not sernibu aui ; .; w he ,] no-' to eas; arnd Mr. Jno. H. Car:er arrived Sunda,. S. Pasco, Jr.................. 500
he wia be out wiLtIn a lew d.. I. :, -w,' ;, : r wi. p-'" vail o night an- to arrange the contract for the wo:h P. Campbell.................. 5.00 T
S",""e le i of "ili.a: F 'Kiay. w;.."..r. r Frday." in his m w building,t to be occupied. H. H. .Boyer...........I...... 25.; reoeu i V .... --- ---- 1" the pos::>i ,. Kress & Co.................. 10.00 -
s COUNTERFEITING THE GENUINE Thos. ?re. e will behung D. Hale Wilson.............. 25.00
telr ,o ao hA S tn" I ,rer, i himpruv- (o. i > iOrigCa:ed <,-- Frida:. Oc:c'er 27. 19R0 This. in A. M. Avery..........i....... 5.0
S-itoneyad ar a- a ad lung a sene. speaks ,"! for hlie p o-le of Gordon & Brown.............. 5.00 .....
ie d and on -ui of the geeaL -iar"son county. 1-:' tnis oc- Thos. Pebley........ ....... 5.00 C
atn succ us man i m al rt nrdI popular.y u O. ti, S i HonS irred 4n T !- I ". :nty the negr- Forbesa FBrailture Co.. i... 400
thiniu, srr:,- t' .... .n 1 Ita : r1 n 0an i. ::.;.eti1 a Ue ftere' vuljd .vr bein r;- ,a t '1 H- N. G. Porcheiner......-..... 10.0
a r i,.,. W u. a.S. ar. II si -. i l I . --, here wI" -e -o:,;-"l . Ig ol, r a .,; IL ,A : i i L.A u ,. I .. -i .- a .ai s w. W. A .. '' a hog. This -vas 'nz1ain i W. A. D*Ales nberter... .....G 10.00 a
Sot .u I re (h ico. Wh.n Th .l .re Fole. - < t(e'i whl T"- I inters.-s; j Jas. McHugh .. .............. 250 ...
iis. L uia imtty. one ot the trai r.' an Tar in a ellw pa ea .. .ka a nae "" f Cina- oi l-r; i ty t. wilh a crim.' B.. (rsnn....B...............1 500 H. H. Thornton. ..............
i una e .ft rirno arid st a-A. as .. 1 It i t e i'remvd,, i1, -1as J. & B.lC ............
t sica, y t ..o A- nosp a.. : ., l ,it -;--dlm Quito o.. a C'rovd K. of P's attor de- Lre' Waet tson ............ 10.00 C. P. W a Cos................
t ie AUCa i mproved.. 1. : O i .. a' Sol_.. erte-.:ahn.a1t W W(r-- given Je. C. VanPelt ................. 10 A. Wrningsht..............
# K. of Ph. ther. TB-.-" who won i' The >pnsac(,la Journal........"25 09 fo. W. Wright..............
Dr J. Wiping Hari.. who su a: am here \ Mr L C.B. kh .............. 10 Cash.......................
fti 6e.tra a, w. 1: .Virt. of -S wss. W. A. c. ". 0 C. !''.n(Il and F.,: naval Strrez Export Co. .. .. 2 -0 (n Quina & Guttman ...........
tO.. f,4a1 dnue p:ioi ton all t. .i"I. the ho r. ro.e .a h *e W. B. Wright Co ............. 2.00 Frank Reilly ................
I< .o.i.1< ue piAolun a I d:l tra. i i:i.^ :e iti.: ii'. ntuntier a .... N A stleo ... ..........., S. A. Friedman................
at.u dft as w iaa s I tr na t. I .'aror a .); t' Il a .,: i" toxint-Mr ,. ,. 3 .I. u fDavd .l a or Co. ........ A. 00 D. Dannheisser ..............
C, nit0r]! u1 i n .:y '.:;-1y iu S ,t;vlis. .f ';in :, ii is 'o'>b l that K-s R. G. Bo!sh nell...............20.0 H. 0. Anson ..................
fhe many r:indp or 1. R Mo l. w i < r ,.**l in Eur, .- or Act r oli- ha o -- er will a: nl A. A. Fisher................. 50.0( Marston & Qtilna .............
1 ue inrn of iauei M t . .., '.t u'v sl. T;e i it !.. v; f al: in wih the D- H. Baars & Co................ 100.00 W. J. & B. Forbes ............
S;e i z t eri i>a :- it 1- V ;,.;: : of Iru i niii- : C n r~ii Pensacola Lumber Co........ 101.00 N. Goldring .................. y io, 11,:. ir, t e.x .OiD Gi Ms It te it is ;ke;t out of Mr. Ei- Wion rior ember P. C. Brent.................. 2.00 Cash.. .. ..............
lCearn tnP. itat, c no 11d.-: t. : -, .f Cl <-A.e' 1il.-e whole t hr !a'x firm 0t V-'.isi) & Wilson.,John Shepard ................ 5d.00 W. H. White & Co............
Ca. P. Laa, at No. ; .e i f< &r .... A-re..fully o f f i- In n tl hls way back IA.DiLustro. .. .. ...... 2 00 Warren Fish Co..............
6( i i .h%,il vi. r 1.i. 1, aJ1 o e e Saul. :" 1 w hein careful yome stor' ni t c a- h s waac Alex. Zelius.................. 10.00 Pensacola Stables .............
h Acui to i, aon se:ve r sun;!:-y ws in t:.i- hot I SD Let a ...................... C. Tbiesen ..................
W.0o tesii .f tu io e itorou -oe n"ver t;:et in my v.r>ari-us traves. es o hrt pulmon. E. J. Dunham ................. 500; Southern Bell Telephone Co..
A.blt pa.t, res yt rtha-tlTleo are as t nd nt house r troubles -Mcnaa oer pain of Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.00 i J. S. MeGaughey...........
Irg torce under 'oirant 11 w of II >1:1 or t!e Pennsylvania every sort. Dr. Thoma' Eclectric 0. H. Smith & Son........... 1.00oo' Armour Packing Co..........
k.. \;k r1< wonder Switzerland is a Oil Bar Pilots...... ............. 100.10'i Dubuisson Bros .............
Seven defendaS w : .1 citi.r.oRe.u country.. It owes imuci of W. B. Lamar................. 100.1 0,Star Laundry ..............
Judge Lan-.;- in t IL r's-ordt_. (coal- its wtl foruine to the practical in- Hooto.'s Pharmacy-the Srthpla Scarritt Moreno................. 50, Brown & Co............
iiiber i oneL do:u 'adatt v..- .i knrr a L o on Phone 1100. J d'gW r.M CH B .l e r...............
oe case crn'h. onr ira ef ".- t.e it hiino cite p eliv O all nt. OLD AGE Miss Fannie Henaerson............
given ttn da~s and tines inpji Hand Out.. Old Time Rsmedienh r o McKenzlie eOerting & Co.,.....
s*mountinfg to $1.. Dealer Here i> a 'litar that is nil Strng'e as it um.y seoie pt some, the a Dunwody-Aiken Co .....e.......
Ab.ot flr tpe onioy. r e sell It seven uin l:tentias of toe witentis' Absolute pnaty. r reat sfa an I for a quarter "Ma le.;u< Rinbtn i n.,,n n lama e Westor Vr rll. that is a good many. were once stand<.rd remedes among PEOPLE OF/PENSACOLA L. & M r s .......... 1
IrwRtt famou ad. o Ys. it you do n't have to smoke Europeans. In the tenth nd eleventh F. W. Marsh .................
th'-'i. you kno.w." 'enturies a sverei:n cure for aigue HOW TO WARD IT OFF. C. M. Cary ..................
Hoeton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace "01' Id Sf prompt delivery. Open all night. may .iv'e ini. a quartersrs worth. They'll that lad LeX n cLh eti to denth on StPensacola Gas Co ...........
Phone 1100. l- :Ilnv te treat ny tricuds with.-- John's eve. and a splendid remedy for Some people at flfty call then.- oulding Fertilizer Co .........
BosIto Tr.,ii!e'Tirt. rlheu!:natirn was to fasten the bands selves old, and really appear so. while John C. Avery.. ..............
New Suits Filed, of clothing wiil' pins that had been j others at seventy seem active, vigor- p. Martinez .. .. .. .. .. ..
Tii fol<,w;n new ',,!.i wa're fil 1 Too Seneihe To Gire 9 stuck into the flesh of either a toad or jous and young. j. W. Maloy .......... ..
ycti-,ia lu th.-offic of t(, c rk f "'.ill .,"" u L'rnse." she auxiously a frog. Physicians frequently recom-i A reporter of The Journal happened Welles-Kahn Co ..........
the J. I) Waters vs Samui S infrfi al. bill in chan:-er' l e-: ,: BrooS.-. "tel.'" h re~ -i .,1. "I think a man's toad be nirubbedl over the diseased parts subject was brought utip. Said a mem-' Southern Cotton Oil Co........
atorne(y f~r plaintiiff a fitd l., -. .s to the bad because a as a cure for the quinsy. ber of the firm, "It is a fact and we F. E. Brawner.. ..............
r" B \VWei .-. A 4 \',,r<. et ::' g:'l re ,-i .. .e l',himi" see it illustrated every day right here R. P. Reese.....................
1>; in chanccrx: I sli. Br-kiksk Ta-- l, l* :i x bIie ours.'-Cuhicngo ise(ts fj iatd.*.eI in Pensacola. It is not years; old ago D. H. Klusmelier.. .... .. ....
turned for plaestift. Ir. :, "l';,-.. hitters itro t Od no does not begin at any set time, but; W. S. Rosasco ...............
o.ord i '- Lltters of introduction. should not it is loss of vital force that makes a Marine Grocery Co............

. ...... ...-__ e worded In too .omilupimentary or person old. A severe sickness, weak- F. O. Howe & Co............
highly flatter!ng terms. As they are ened digestion, thin blood, or pooriJ. C. Porter.................
ti e B ,Ng I e left unseale l and delivered in person circulation soon starts vitality on the,J. A. Chaffn ..................
tieO iia n eev-r it is embalrrassing for the caller to de- wane and then a person rapidly ages. Lion Brewery ................
21MaCig o* D M .&M* li25_ ver them. The letter should simply "On the other hand," continued he, L. Bear Co. ..................
Introduce the bearer. state that he is "if the people of Pensacola only anew Windiseb-Muhlhauser Brewing
L.a ... a friend and that any courtesy or en- how our cod liver preparation, Vno! Co ......................
tertainme:tt shown himn will be great- wards off old age, we would not have L.Fiedman & Co. ..........
prwr was. ly appreciated. clerks enough in our store to supply Sullivan & Sullivan ........
NT WAMT O UNDRY the demand. Dr. E. C. Bennet ............
IwhEt. T -deIed "You see, Vinol contains all the v- McMillan Bros. Co., Mobile ...
Te I ink Belle t edr tallty making, body-building princi- j. C. Pebley. .. ............
ETcsiE--I think PBele acted thetr ples of coff liver oil, but without a F. M. Williams.. .... ........
Sshabjily in breaking her engagement drop of the system<-lgging oil. It Wicke & Co..................
L A f tlC. PheW r. r. a Wrt Romans st. PfaWe1f. tH. to Jack Hu:gard. JesP- Well, he broke strengthens digestive organs, makes Phil Pearl............ ...
his arm. Tess--Bnt goodl racious- rich. red blood, repairs worn tissues, F. W. Cook Brewing Co, ....
J-,ss--Yes. g,.xd A rcious: What oe is checks the natural decline and re- Senator S. R. Mallory ......
a rai-nce with a broke arm?-Philadel- places weakness with strength. L. Wiselogel..............
Orcdor "Ciour- r phi. aPress. "One good customer of Vinol, who F. R. Meade ................
C fO A L an d W O O D M Iis seventy-eight years of age, says he p.Tornoe ........ ......
IC E WSafe. would not take $1.000 for the good it Alger-Sullivan. Lumber Co ....
f''rrta ta Merehant (to ha-wker)--Call those has done him, and we wish evers Clyde Wilson .. .. ....
C.n Iwm Io- nd FueI COa n a Jy sfety rmitcies? W..y. they won't aged person in Pensacola would tr' E. D. Beggs ...... ......
n :i`!*t at a:;: nawke:'- Well. wot could Vinol on our guarantee to return G. L. Williams ...... ....
OIee- Corner CbSs and Tarragona Phone ?59. fer--e er money If it falls." W. H. White & H. L. Berry............
D -- rng Co., DrTggiats. Cash .. ..... .. .. .. ...... 1




iturday and Monday

We will offer the entire stock d



tent house of Barnett Bros. of New York, which
This stock consists of x X X



300 Suits of Quality

been offered in the city, and at price asked for cheap and
these suits are both for drew and school wear, and parents who
d for the Winter will be remiss in a duty they owe themselves
this stock. The value ao these suits runs as high as $7.00
in plain figures from which tare will be no deviationas follows,

8, 9 and 10 years,

nd 12 )ears,

and 14 years,

and 16 years,





the public square, counienict to all car lines, and invite an in,
t trade in the city. particularly those know who values.


~'QY1J~ ~~L--~"""

10.00 Geo. Lewis, Tallahassee,.... 1
10.00 W. B. Sheppard, ........
100000 C. E. Merritt, ..........
100.00 M. S. Pond. .......... .
50.00 White Employees at Millview Joe Rot.h .. ... ...
10.00 Citizens of Warrington........
25 00 I and S. Bing, Cincinnati ......
10.00 M. H. Sullivan...........
5.00 Balz, Whipple & Co., Cincinnati
10 00 Sunday school children of Bag-
25.00 dad .... .. .. ..
100.00 C. H. Blackman ............
15.00 D. T. Williams & Co., Milton..
5.00 B. L. Gundersheimer........
5.00 Escambla Land & Mfg. Co....
100.'10 Jefferson D. Stevens........
10.00 Cash.. .. .. .. .. .. ........
100000 I W. M. Falk..............
25.00 IJs. M. Andrews, county com-
5.00 missioner..............
1,.00 Colored List.
20.00 Big Zion Sunday scnoc' ....
160 M. M. e. Iwey, (entel) ....
o01 Jos. H. James, .............
15.00,W. H. Harvey ..............
50 00 1Moses Lyman ...............
25 00 Richard Morris ..............
2.50 Cash ..........................
10 00 L. F. And'rson ..............
25.Ou Marion Biu a.................
5.0.o Preston Gordon............
100 ,) St. Paul church ............ ..
100 30 Washington Clark ............
15 09 Whitfield Dupont ...........
10 00 Rev. W. A. Woods, 9th Avenue
10 00i Baptist Church, ............
150.00 Thos McMillan....... ....
10000 A Colored Citizen ...........
100.001Aaron S. Johnson ........
25.00, ML Zion Baptist Church ......
2 00; Pr. Walsh Clark..........

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10 00 Itching. Blind, Bleeding. Pmrtruding
50.00 Piles. Druggists are authorised to re-
10.00 fund money if PAZO OINTMNIT fails
5.00 to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c.
10.00 Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplia
5.0' of prompt delivery. Open all night
25.00 Phone 1100.
50 00

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R. W. Bishop, patent attorney, of
Washington, has reported the liau-
ance of the following'patents to Pen,
sacolians, the patents being imued on
the 10th inst. :
No. 801,609, cotton seed linter, W.
C. Robinson; No. 801, 08, valve, J. J.
Bowes, Jr.
Scald head Is an eceema of the
scalp-very severe somettlas, but it
can be cured. Doan's Ontaent, quick
and permanent is its results. At any
drug store, 50 cents.

of the SuIervising Architect, Wash-
Irgton. D. C., October 23, 1905.-
ceived at this office until 3 o'clock p.
m. on the 27th day of November, 1905,
and' then opened, for the construction
of a Hospital, Wharf, &c., at Santa
Rosa Quarantine Station, Pensacola,
Florida, in accordance with drawing
and specification, copies of which mar
be had, at the discretion of the Super-
wising Architect. by applying at tha
office or to the Medical Officer la
command, at Pensacola, Florida.
Supervising Architect.
Mastse Sale.
By virtue of a decree rendered by
Hon. Francis B. Carter. Judge of the
Circuit Court of scambia county,
Flrida, on the 19th day of September,
A. D., 1906, In the case of J . Jen-
niasagaiast Wilie Williamsand Min-
Aie Wina ,,his wife, I will, on Mon-
day ,the fourth day of December. A.
D., 196, sell at public outcry for .ash
to the highest bidder before the coun-
ty court bouse door in the city of
Pensacola, Florida, during the legal
hours of sale, the following described
property, or a suffciency thereof to
satisfy said decree, situate, lying and
being in the county of Escambia, state
of Florida, to-wit: The North fifty
(50) feet of Lot Four (4) and the
north fifty (50) feet of the west half
of lot five (5), in Block fifty-one (51),
East King Tract, east of Tarragora
street, city olPensacola. Together with
the tenements hereditaments and ap-
purtenances thereunto belonging or In
anywise appertaning. Deed at co-st
of purchaser. Scott M. Loftin, MS.s-
ter. 19octoaw4w.
In BEcambla County Circuit Cour'
State of Florida. In Chancery J. D.
Waters vs. Samuel Sanford and Louisa
Sanfor', his wife, Cella Bugg. and
Henry Buggs, her husband, Mack San-
fcrd, allile McGruder and Sandy Mo-
Gruder, her husband. Bill for Parti-
tils. On Monday, the 4th day of D)-
cember. A. D.. 1906. the defendants,
Mack Sanford, Sallie McGrader Sandy
McGruder, are required to appear to
the bill filed against them herein. This
oraor to be published once each week
for four (4) comsectdve weeks in The
Pesaeola Journal, a newspaper pub-
ished to said .acambia county. ..
M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court. By
L .0. Aymard, Deputy Clerk. Pew
aseols Fla., October 26, 1905.

This Is the last week of smer This Is the last week of summer
prices on oal. Buy now and et be prieaa coal. Buy now and ett bene*
ft of luw pricea. Conmmrs Iee & St t low prices. Ccasmers lea &
Feel Co., Chase and Trrawan. Pha hm Co., Chase and Tarragno Pt W
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S ThB Pen.acola Journal is on i
Sale at the tellowtag placa As
the ctv:
S Baym Hotel. ,
S Coe's Book Store. -
S Depot News Stand
0 Gem Sook I-mt.
S Merchitek tesa.
S Southe Mola.
* Thonmps's Book tore.
0 Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. '-
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TLe M.iur' Schcae
For 6'Doinoiogf" NewS.
The further the lestliatioa into
-e methods of tasarmne companies
is erried by the New York Lagisla
tLe Committee. the wsrse be matter
pt, and the act that one of the big
gpanmies, at Mut, malatalaed a
"amrs" bureau for the purpose of
interacting ay matemntam tha:
siht be detrimntal to the interests
,rt the company, while somewhat sur-
priaing wak i ae with cther practices
Lhat had aJready been disclosed during

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A Clofer sJka.
SThat was a clever je *r. Charle
SC. Smith, of Uve Oak, played on hiS
parents in Jasper last Sunday when
he was married here, not letting theft
know of the occurrence until he In-
t-oduced his wife to his parents as
!"their new daughter," ois. John L.
Smith, the father of the groom, Is won
during if his won really thought it was
April. However. Charlie, you are one
to the good on the oid gentleman-if
it is October.-Jasper News.
* *

Disarmed of Its Teruors.
The yellow fever episode is practi-
!cally closed. ant the claims of the
scientific leaders of the medical fra-
t- rnity have been fully established.
The disease is disarmned of its chief
Sterrors, and will no more ravage an-
I rtnace the cities c(fthe south -Tam-
pa Times.

-IR "F..... lorida in 1845.
The Dally Carital presents the ft
aGovermeam t treet lowing copv from the file in the c
IOgI N 3 S fee of the Secretary of State. It wi
- m - I... be interesting in showing the change
kY MORNING. OCTOBER 27 1905 and also the counties that compoM
ithe commonwealth of Florida sixl
y -,ars ago.
I mistake it may make. on demand otf Ehecutive Department.
Sthe injured pa'yy Tallahassee. July 3, 1845.
S Newspap-r.- zhav-e c'1 to u it compli- Sir:-I have the honor to reoeiv
; ated affairs. rTh. n v.,-athering ha, your communication, addressed to m done inmany men. an. they ask predecessor, Governor Branch,
o to news in *very jpo)sible place, ana which you express a wish to be fu
Sit is not sur i:' nu tha; mistakes oc nished with the counties of this stat
S . hiad news-';i brers. Thqi ne w-;ia- justice thereo-f:
Spe-s are car.,f;:l is a'un' ...n'lv shown In compliance with that request yo
by the fact tha: not once a \<'ar is a hl.v(- them hereto appended:
paper sued for libel. This is wonder- Columbia County. Alligator Seat o
ful in face of the fact itha hundreds Justice.
of news i;emr arne niblishtri dailx.and A;achup. Newnansville.
it is absol 't ly impos-ilh,: to v'rif- i Marian. Camp King.
eartfully each one. Benton. Annatialigo.
If any man is injured by a public' Hillsborough, Tampa Bay.
tion he knows it at orne and can de- Nassau, Nassau C. H.
rwand a correction. If he pap- ro- Jacksonville.
fuses or fails .to cor;r-ct the nmaterl St. Johns. St. Augustine.
while it is fresh in the minds of the; Orange, Enterprise.
readers it can be and should' be made St. Luice, St. Lucie.
to pay damages in p-rportion to> its Levy. Wacassassa.
wrongdoing. The :aw contemplates Hamilton. Jasper.
that the matter shall he corrected or, Madison, Madison. C. H.
settled while it is fresh in the minds' Jefferson. Monticello.
of the public and while the witnesses Leon, Tallahassee.
can De had That, is so manifestly Gadsden, Quincy.
lair and just that no one could object Wakulla, New Port.
tc, it. Franklin, Apalachicola.
There has not in many years been Calhoun, Iola.
any complaint of malicious publica- Jackson, Marianna.
tions of any nan to his hurt. Nearly Washington. Roach's Bluff.
every paper of any pretensions has, Walton, Eucheanna.
promptly and gladly corrected any Ecscambia, Pensacola.
nwistake or mistaken publication. Any St. Rosa, Milton.
good paper will do that any da. Very respectfully. Your obt. Serve
The libel law of Alabama is per- W. D. MOSLEY,
foctly fair ana just to both sides, and; Governor of Florida
iz among the best in the ITnited Stat Im I T .- U^i.nhia a P l Prev

the course ot the inquiry. The New'- --- ----. I Io. e Ita t A ,,,,,U.,
ident of the States.-Tallahassee Cap-
Cdens ssst. under t e t coeu : he can l.
"Dectonrag the News" discusses the' Secretary Tnft says he is not a can-, * *
matter as fIlow: didate for the presidency and; A Just Rebuke.
The father the proe is inserted that his only wish 4s to stay in the cab- The cartoonist of the Jacksonville
lato the sec t the three big la-, eet an La insurance et mp t n of New York mapped out. Taft is wise. If he fails probably only half shot when hed ew
the more scandatous do the dtsclosureb, t the picture that disfigured the front
ome. The testimony yesterday d- o secure th republican nomination page of that paper of the 18th. It
vetoped the fact that the Mutai Uti sn 1908 his application for his present represented a female at a railroad sta-
081pany has been maintaining at position is first in. tion. waiting to welcome the Pre.l-
reat cost to the policy holders, a news ienr. whose train is just coming into
baus, the awrpoa at wh 4C is to sight. Said female is labeled "The
oor the news se at ou cemi the ECONOMY LE680N. South." She has a head of hair which
litignatt s to oardes to deetvr the "iLost around" is the kild of real, books like the insides protruding from
p le. etate that makes ou land-poor." a disemtoweled moss mattress. Her
Ths earvso, Is, of ianee, gt to be, When .a toMr "loses groum;n anith'r1 face Is homely enough not only to atop
confouded with the legittmmte adver store finds i And. with this sort of clock, but the coming train. She
teing service of the copar y, but it is agurative real esta'.. possession is a' ears in her arms a big boun of
a pamial news srv1e, orttaned for' little more than nine points of the something that looks like cofee weeds.
the grpoe orat e out alleged tel lew. If President Roosevelt tet such a
egfrapc news to certain newspaper. scare-crow, and had reason to thtnk
as hih as a dollar a T I ae being paid it represented the South, he would
or news est out a..d printed St e prosperity is no more ruled turn his train around and scoot for
or e t tek out a d inted les by ",luk" than is the wheat crop-and Washington. The Metropolis artist
oa .a y thae t o pa. ot Is needless v-ith that the element of lick ma\- b can draw things funny enough to make
e may that such a prostitution of thb marked as present: bI-t not voting."a mule laugh, but when he wants to
mWa service Is wholly Indefenstb.,e a mule laugh, but when he wants to
s service i w l enins Publiict' is "'-od. soil and season"-try to represent a pretty woman, he
and oorrurA. No rerpectab'e ne-spa-iwith i th-e prispero-y.
prr can knowingly saR such matt. wth tcre prosper had better use a plate from a Peruna
into its news columns, although it Is aa'ertisement.--Ocala Star.
Lighly probable that ftuch matter ma). If you think that the value of adver-
have been admitted in the columns of timing is exaggerated, why should you Improvements at Key West
decent newspapers without suspicion not be ratherlad to see your bus Key West will be the greatest bene-
as to its character or origin. Ot tr o seea your u ine ficiary of Mr. Flagler's marine rail-
It has ready been shown how the competitor use twice as much space in way. Extensive docks and terminals
nmnev- of policy boldeni has been used this newspaper as you use? But i will be built, 10 wharves each 800 feet
to debauch :he electorate of the na- WOULD YOU BE GLAD TO SEE IT?! lng and 100 feet wide, with basins 200
tion. and now comes the startling fact _fcet wide between. The ten piers will
that a bogus news Eervice has been o-- ; furnish berths for 40 boats, 400 feet
a e "Every success admits of being ou-t l ong, with a depth of water from 20
gaunid by the Mutual Ufe Company doneo" Th- biw. s(or(., in an v line. to 30 feet.
cther for the purpose of doctortng in this cit- ht n-' arrivci--e t i' I to 30 feet.
the ats and palming this bogus news on the way-it may n e here this time
of as genulne to unsuspecting news next ear-- i ail cnirely a ma -j Th r
t.apers. or for debsuchtng those news ter f ad\crn;.ing. "The ntWl a afe eC tR
papers wlrlch may ht susceptible to r
such method. In either event it is --- *paM 195 ,
as outra e perpetrated npon both pol- 1: would ry your patience to gj a Ttid of
Itr holders and newspaper readers. upon an ex.nrsion on vhicb ilthe train,
a' Rft is a hifamonis a piece of rah- would he si ,i.-tra;cked and iail upi for
cality a' has yet hewu uncovered >by a day now and 'h-,n ch-i'fl, htcaiise
:he Invret'MstIons of the Armstronr ,r th, Crear Cn-t o,f rutnring ever

ommllttee 'ta" I et e Ir:i;ing ch:tule o COPIES
Wbhetber or not Mr. Roosevelt wap peppl,, wIl h-kliik it flly a- 1 well as they
duccessful in dodgine the festive s e- '.o;1li l;)i'e xur-'n me-n'iiondc -- _

gomyia aPI! app'nilr in !he couriz,- o:
the nDex four or fib. daysA. nlTo1inliated in
14111- I-c 1,. f aP t s :
A. no iise a 1pazi ef stact oto one dav
Trhe Liberal Libel and a qrtarl'r cr'inin ',n another--
~a d A.labatn store cxcns's j i, et!hcr djir~erions be
ing as ertv Cti t(,e1i x i, !ht, o: he'- The
Al;aaahas a I itvi law wil icth seems,. a'd I t'' '"I t-. tn n u sacola
to tw ie 1-ing gert' o al sa; isfa1 eion. th-- *day du
Wl~in lp.' n'ofvv!hi ch. so-c'ut-.ibY'13- la 1i EMI 11 !)
ae'ndnu-n' n :te th ~;, qluestio~n hail c'~n' id \~~: *V,:, 'i -Ic: ~ I,. a snuill s~ePt.
bee ii Nigoiousl% a:tazted. i. bhat in AtO Ut--,iT* -Ia -mall n I l 'i; Sept.
Ca'e t' a pIiitd)ijht', laell theb puij.!ira- c m to i- a si -'t:e if :- is a .r- Sept.
t tor ill which 1(1 'owlil appear-cvd n:tn: 41 it -ma Sept.
C I IkI -ZItq IIIjkin dvulztl u of ) in, Sept.
'A .- a hold Scpt'
hUt d:- 1l~~,. avoiding iiteiath'h I Sfi a a- ,, -' ..A-\ 5er." all] the Sept-
Th II .itru dn. chArarerise's me-nc -' Cri w-h ?trh imt ,i irctiuiarly. Sept-
nn, a'l,. as..nou stxn'i' j; ok hil' e, ~r- 'o ill:1-r.'fprrre1 'he:Sept.
liit hi,. th., i'ra.I )it. iP All "0117:11:0- 'Ind more eotf it. Sept.
ss~ '.itfl' !n .I: e n o-itr :h- t 'his nimrchan; SOPt
'- Ii't 04-1 vi- hi-irAnss --ono of t h- Sept.
1.q 1,1 41 191A0_A1ma R S- .' -.serz ',)1;4-, in ( hCcrlo Slept-
ftEr : tA! .-r h... nt-u-spap*-r that a- t I tl,! ' nl a 0iti mo3re1 sept
a nro" _-u a I:man of i. k urre ct that wnentig I th 1n tven's y ar- 'ha' h'- Set the iSept.
pi oat :-r dinn:- accitsrh o e silln' htcitN ;e(' ou %Il con-i Tot
rw (144-s Do-, n-t: an-. pipr tha,; hade 1!' 3% %car- "'moving.-' Av
V Ji lou-v -k I.-

1-1. 11L-11." -n' a Man. 0 a nd I aw
Firoul:1 ;p're,.-' .n' pa'-'- .n ralicious-
ly ra'-k:n-c any m~us character
Thn zi I papiri men asked tiat the.
per coulj correct an\ mistake it might
riake itr ar. publicra :or The atsgisia-
ture made the change. It only makes
3 posbible for pap, r- to correct any

I her
meat i
Eaih dlay : our advertisement fixes rds oi
: n, niei> !r-s your store's place anr
space in :he public e e. On the day
that ,our ;ld kIiows no: ap,;,ai .ou- Swo-
SioreC has no fixed or mbasiRrtCd ;)lace this 301
or space in ihe public tye or the public:

or an aver"" or


following figures show The Pen-
Journal's circulation for eaci
ring the month of September,
with the average number of
aily :
1, ,000 Sept. 18, 5,00
2, 5,000 Sept 17, 5,50
3, 5,200 Sept. is,
4, ..... St. 19, 5,00
5, 5,000 Sept. 20, 5,00
S5,000 Sept. 21, &260
7, 5,200 Sept 22, 525
,. 5,200 Sept. 525
9, 5,200 Sept 24, 52,0
10, 5,5e0 Sept. 25,
11 Sep 27, 5,250
12 5,30) Sept. 27, 5,2So
13, 5,303 Sept as, 5
14, 5,30 et. 29, s52s
15 5,300 Sept. 30, S
tal for the month.......13,40
erage per ay....... .. 40
reby certify tha e above na
i c-orrect according to the reo
n fle in this otme,
Circuiatson Mgr.
~ to and sibscrbe4b before me
th day of SepteL-br, 1905.
Notary Public.






Seceting Ani life in home, 1 Carpenter's Qeografphial Reader-
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This is what the Companion offers tte great mountains; they ride in
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The paper is interesting without be-; Nile, the Niger, the Kongo, and the
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without being proey-a paper for various countries, and learn about
every member of the family. the birds and wild animals by seeing
A full announcement ot the new vol- them in their native haunts.
nme will be sent with sample copies of This Reader shows the great devel-
the paper to any address on request. c.pincht that is going on in Atrica. The
The new subscriber for 1906 who sends (t il ircn go over the new railroads;
$1.75 for the new volume at once wll th vy sF? the gold and 'diamond mines
receive free all the remaining issues and o'har industries of So'ith Africa.
for 1905. including the Double 1-Holi ;'av pn I :irn t'., par' 'hat each cc r,
Numbers; also The ('Co- rnimn's Ir %": ii: We rorM!l of commer (*
"Minutemen" Calendar for 1906. ltli- tra;lb. In .-4. ihe bo-4k is killed : ;:
ographed in twelve colors and gold. jus: :',, :a:,~ abodi, the of t.:
THE YOUTH'S COMPUANION CO. (!da thit revrtonc stonld know. pre
144 Berkeley St. Boston, Mass. -entize in such a simple and in:terest-
ing v.,,' :hlt the cii:ld-en can n t help
DEM FUMIGATORS. hut undlestan.. It. Mr. Carpenter ha.;
Iad excoeptrional advantages in securinn
Who makes believe tey know some auilentic information, illustrations.
tings and other literary material. The book
Aboud te'm Stegomyla Stings is p:otfrsely ill::, rate-d fom photo-
Una' yellow fefer. vot it pr;ngs? graphs by the author, and is supplied
Dem Fumigators. nitl' numerous and helpful maps.


To turn der betrooms upside down T NNURSES IN THE TREATMENT bF YELLOW FEVER. IN CON-
Und burn dot prim-stone by der ltho aed a Ti, iSEQUENCE THE AOVE FACTS.
pound? Water Blaes nd Valle.
SFumiators. hy are there no tides n te d 1. No nurse an be considered a trained in the management oY yellow
Who fills dem flues mit gunny acks. terranean? asks a reader. As a mat- fever In the light of present, accepted, Ihowledae ale oe realles tulls.
Und pushes rags in all der cracks, ter of fact. there are tides in the Medii- earnestly, and conscientiously, that the 4gleege is trnnsm lted solely by m om
So soon as ven ve turn our backs? terranean. The general rise and fall quitoes, and that it I her duty to prevent the admisasiond these laseets
fDen Fumigators. are. however, so insignificant. owing to therein r .
the comparatively small area and the 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedsWe at 81e paotaI t si
Who vas it pastes up efery door, mass of water involved, as to have must cooperate with the physician in the diseBarge of ae f a e'. n as
Und spoils der carpets on der floor. escaped detection until scientific meth- dian of the public health. The traaed nurse in this capacity heb alO dIreeC
na Schmiles at protests be der score? ods were brought to bear, and hence ly the most efficient ad important sanitary agent la 'preveting the spread
m umigaor. the Mediterranean has come popular- of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent agrelatsN of
Who vas it it dot sulphur pan, y to be looked upon as a tideless sea. the mode of transmission of this disease her personal safety (f sI at L n
lays havoc mit our 'te nway A similar want of knowledge and ex- non-mmne) and the protection o the lamly and the eame Mwetio
t. Grand, perience of tkdal phenomena cost the patient, (especially Ui these are not immuses) largely, t sot entrely,
Und none of der expense will stand? Caesar the loss of most of his eet on depends. m t bear in mtd th te met taliotat yelow dever
h. Dem Fumigators. his invasion of Britain in 55 B. C., patient inmoreous and arbola dy harmte tho eveas t e m t euloeptiM
when his vessels were dashed to pieces non-immune, it the proper precautins are taken to proe st aeeao of
Chust mark my, words der day vill upon the coast. mosquitoes to the patient's person.
Some, Ii I At Algiers a self recording tide 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and lateuoeqrMe oy the
(I hope it wl, I do by gum.) gauge was set up by Alie, and from fore be permitted between the yellow ftveu sit as the wel a the aetc
Ven sulphur flames vill velcome home, its records he deduced a rise and fall room, and provided the inocalaton at meaaUltoe. by bitltag m patist
[e Dem Fumigators
S-em ntributeda of eighty-eight millimeters, or three during the fst three days of the dease, Is absolutely prevMte4.
S-Contribu and one-half inches, at springtide 5. The m asist of trained nnrse I ot satisactorily mO o ll m plbe a
NAPOLe N. and half that amount at p tidea patient, s#erlag t rM apy kaind of faver, in sealttae lfas tet WTd y tow
t NAPOLfN' METHODS. ation w h would escapeor fever, who is confided to her eae, Is allowed to be bitten by a u#vit
SThe Way the Great military Genlau nary observation, as It would be mask- and haritalt even if et f etwa e n t the patient, and it eat -e UM- agA
PlI- iena e mi asle. ed by the effects of atmospheric dia as an evidence of negle t o he W ow evue s of mos^e t,
In his work wa "Napoleon" Colonel turbance. 6. No nurse cab e "ol der bet a tkiu t yellow fneiv er e
SDodge has anl interesting passage on At Venice and in the upper reaches has made herself therotghly familtr with the weapons which al
Bona arte' planning ot of his bat- of the Adriatic the true lunisolar tide experience here gie ho to efetely rttW oa-lf a
Sties. It ra n: seems to be more accentuated than at those persons who ate dependat pra hd knowledge and exer tl et
"Spreading out and bending, some- other parts, .ut here also its e fects from the nfe tcted
e tfeiv lying' vr his maps, with a are subordinate to tbose of the wind. 7. The weao f9 @d i 1ep end del tOft the nam 1 m i le eI at
t1 Eaom sA in lh land, which correspond- -London Aaswers. handle MIan pto is ( l itt. tae te Paa H
i ed to about sed or eight hours' march (A) The ettaa of (b iet i eavefd)ab at enae sh toI prevent
Sw the cra dles. beint nine or ten EFFECTS OF TOBACCO. passage of aoiatWee s
r acta hboq' rsarch, marking the poe1- 2. Moealto ea a bits thamough moaltt nets wheb ary pant oat
Stie of bhi corps and divisions with In soe CesI Is iIaslates am* patient's body ista i contract with the ettl
Various eelovre pins, as well as the In others aret*e. 3. Pfequltt iatie r hold lo m0 o tat thre s a tI C
supposed ocntions of the enemy, he or Whether or not tobacco is a stimu- places in the Nettn ad that no adaultoes b ave ftad a lgag fge,
Sderd the movements of his army with lant has been a vexed question ever The netting euld be wel tuskedIto to keep the mnQA hYW WM
an accuracy of which one can scarcely since the time of Oviedo, the first entering. t e
i have an idea. Moving his compass writer to describe it fully, who says s ot merely drien fou then n th shae ote i
across the map, he judged immediate- that the Indians of Hispaniola used to- All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the obysMLIua
ly, according to the topography, roads bacco to produce Insensibility, whereas awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. Thi la pi
and season, how many marches any others among the old Spanish discov- ticularly important In deallng with rild fevers, especially laln Ia rh
corpe required to reach on a given day erers say that the natives smoked to children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease me
-a certain place where he needed it and stimulate themselves to fresh exertions. Ifests itself n such a mild form i inantite and early childhood, bs t to
Sthe rate of speed demanded, and with Men whose business leads to expo- likely to escape reogWnitl. OR cot ad the very mldnes o the
this knmwledge(and his judgment was sure to weather or to violent physical tome the usual preastIoens ar not taken ad the mosidto a j able to
absolute of what troops could do) he exercise, such as sailors, soldiers, spread the dithe without molestaton, The milda satr a rey ott sed ao am
I for this rea on, the most daniprous, &M a sanil ta t -o M
Dictated the Instructions the execution watchmen, navvies and field laborers,
of which made him so famous. Na- all take tobacco as a stimulant and opens leading to the ck chamber should be scr
All openings leading to the sick chaibgr should be screened. Ontq
poleon avoided such general orders as have done so from the first of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and pronitael aserw *
would Inform the enemy of his whole- These classes are mentioned as ape- can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth whic ean be tdhked I aerir
sale plan should they reach him and i faly' large consumers of the weed in secured to the openings of the sL room.
conOned'himself when possible to such Dr. Everard's "Panacea," published in (C) SulpI5, ad Pdyreth 1I mr etra 0laaMaI
orders i welh apply only to the move- 1659. Hobbes and Newton both used Frmuni ate the rom with sulphur or r etbrsm (Ilat ww mffli W,1
orders as weup taipply only to the move-r1nao p soans et w th a reI poftichth cucthed lotohon abrore paym.
ments of certain corps. Even in his tobacco to stimulate. Groete and Heine pooi in e Puitoea ary e way. and sf the aot dia r
own army he did not permit the general ated t. Scott smoked profusely; but, g lphl as n tred in a iron pot is the s rep w, nd it ased ivr a e
plan to be known, lest it should leak according to Mr. Treiawney, Byrm ient i the room be closed; more accurately, two po n ds of s a Ibr to
out. Each corps commander was given "neer smoked pipe or cigar." cub oe t do sauce is rtmated by San ary ahorilis adr w t poo
orders for his own maneuvers and was Modern experience and observation isect powderrto 1,00 cubic fatt will sce to stugl j the umelj a Tb.
told what was essential about the se-m to Indincate that tobacco Is a stlm- mosquitoes wi fal to the o and should he collected and bwf TWO
neighboring corps. Just because Na- ulan"t In moderation and a narcotic in hours' fumigation with prni Is It te sualcet I OrdiLnery cases.-r
poleon was thus particular were his or- exess,. n this respect resembling all fumes of lpI nd eat lon d ho ehd AIa

T ELEMEN SM ISSTION O V:the wt theTO"" 'S 't ir '-*P a&". Oftr
ders such models of precision and clear- other Intoxicants. ding the term in its abut the aro e e the morning, o that the ro will
ne." i widet ense om tea ta opIUmree o oseor bya night, tad it should be done preferably in dry Weather WhI
ever the condnloa of the patlent winl permit, a noom adjolning the ho
occupied by the paent should be first purified of wmmOuftoes and pregs r
TE TR p A T NSM SS ION OF the reception of tht patient, who Ia to o earotfly transferred to M.
cted room aa ar
SThe work of dstafctloa and Anomia.o destruction, as well as -
YELLO FE V AND i condu ctedWt1hS.t A t1ns, se y If sit
ain sanitary rld is avidable, tho physician and nut mst t-
S 7 m 0 members of the, hedWd la &a ytn'the preerbo regnlu s.
HOW TO NURSE IT memtdia ofi ntuigds reemmosie
Additional nocaJofl* in sulpior u ingte e rlce mea ded 17 tb UaOtk
Authorities in ebuage -aUltaton In New Orleana duri to
At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905, ep move AV 08t0046 Of MetaU, 281h 1 "tr01, copper, 1er 1V i ig t
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibil- from the room that is to .be famgated. All objects of a metamle -tcer
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care which cannot be removed, can be protIted by coverinfa the object tsEtly
Iof yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of with paper, or with a thin costii 0d vaneitae applied with a brush.
the mode o* transmission of this disease by the mosquito." Remove frwp the ro tom be fumigated all fabric material alte thr-
A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever oughly shaintg. Open ah drawers and doors of furnitnre and loosets.
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease, The reem shbold be closed ad made as tight as piOW"bly -
which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are puab openings in chimney, floor, wala, teyholes sad crl.c near wioowoa
lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: doors.
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUEL devices ean be t1s by plastic strips o paper (o them with a parst sIo do- gout
1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, tebrile disease The atith&Vr 4"04 b poIed IS an Ir pt selmot pi m -I
which is transmitted from the.sick to tatUeptible intlviduals through the this placed on brie"la a tab Ir other oaBetnteat water reptatu ibdt
agency of mosquitoes; and. as far as known, by the single speies, the Stet" an inch of water in t bottom. This is a precaution which m t hb take to
omyia Faseiata. which is the common domestle or coMer s metlr m to os eu o guard agalget aciedai as the salphur is liable to htbol ever ke a g Sl
Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow lover prevails. the house.
2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exits in the blMood The slattar to r a labo yol ob jt of t-. tfatit
of fellow fever patients only during the Brst three as at the dise ; after. The a t e kept cloed for two hours, em e6- S
wards the patient ceases to be a miaade t6 the heait of others. Hence the and wel .
importance of recording the very hour when the attack firt beIan t-s c6tests of the room,mi aitd g s theut at
3. The mosquito (Stegomyla rhichat) Is power to convey the dis- the -Il. gay th geA* 5 ame2
ease to a susceptible person by Its ie Wtll t last twelve days haer oelsee of aBe S L ?,;1 by She
after biting the yellow fever phIatlB '' Prtigd o incubation Ii the mos- aad theu oI> e I rV aB
quito is the time that is renafire r the gran te dlsase o brea to e gS trf3 t di tses o br wt
body of the mosquito and to marate fram the ianeet's stomach to tit iWRY 1^ 1nwS wmll 4S e gSg ^ m
glands. The United Statee Army TelMw 1rver emmiesmio g fo id rg. uo we: q ef-

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that in CaPI this pried aries trom twelve days i the hot summer onis
to delteen days ae v, In te emie~re wlat siea
4. fer iaeubalti the yellw fever ar ta I btiy daring the per.o
above spetied, the Ste omyl is ready to trda the df** i r daltr the
eatre partod of tte aatal Itfe, Uble .ay (RI emar la d#wi ~W~A"p w th*
Insaat has amee' lo water. (Gulteras.) Watr Rt*U M aUo*a0IMscaacte
rellow reer with s4 e* yla frty -etven da4 ko. 1ttleM "k aeMther
101 ays old. (1N4o0-Acetrditng to Agrmaafmtes *l'Ii- frl ta n *eana
can only be ft4 to bite ntti tour days oaL A1M e l llo idsmWsays
Dupree., ldA W withMot ewS within tweatyr-~BsWe aftwMi t1r:
the pap cMae. It was believed, at oe the, tbUt: (1)i tho I I-
omytl must be tapreavated before they will art; () t "t the nl, after
biting once, does not appear to bite a emead te, or at let uiMtA V* or
seven days hate e*peld. but Dupree says that the Sl Mae t1 Ll0 ftL
that have bea Ilolated and rearel apart frt e the 3a1 )I t8RmpYW
and frequently. Probably after they have distaed thtdr bad Mri. a4 IS
Anopheles, within three to five days after.]
5. A period, varying from two to Eve days, usually olar alter itho
of as ltnected mo Suito before tbv symptoms at yet*r fver w a develrp la
Sthe human subject. (This is the Incubation perd ef ydlow lever, a d the
United States AIy Yeflow Fever Comaisloo fouiad that Ia thlrteert aW
of experimental yellow fever obtuned by the bite of amowatoas t arNia
from forty-one houn to fve days and sevtea boe ^, after )aoealatha)
9. Fro the above, we gather that If an adult tte eoyl e b1 hte
a yellow fever patient within the first those days otfhe diase, It wIN hab
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eidteea days (ftacbet&a
period in the moeatto); then, it ; bites a suaeeptle person at the iam-
tion of this time, two Ze Ave days must elapse fr the disease to mantle It-
self in the bitter perns. Tberefo-e, Inestimating the probable spread at
yellow fever tro'd a single individual to the suseptIble persons In his enviroe.
ment, a perisc of at leas' twenty-sli days must be owed to elapse ibea
the sueces or failure of saL preventive measures. directed towards the 4@I
traction et the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that aever.
days may elapse before a mosquito i feeted from the Brat case may bte a
sueceptibl person, this period of obae-vation should be letthetaed to thirty
days, which is the time given by the belth authorities of New Orleans Il the
present epioglc, to determine if a focis will develop from an infected caN
after its Ant appearance in a glven lot alty.
7. The 3tegomyfa fasclatS cannot convey yellow fever during the ttlm
that the poisx3 is incubating in its bod? (twelve to eighteen day). It ma;
bite freely aid repeatedly during this period, but Its bite is innocuous; eteter
does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten perna.
8. Ye':ow fever not tran.tnitted or conveyed by fomltes (. ar~tle*
,.r inanimate objects that have come in co.tiact witbi yellow fver patleats or
'heir immediate surtuntdngs.) Itepre the distarettoo of elozbhfa. bodlin
ir merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or prosttty
wi h the sick. is annecessIry.
9. The bodies or ' transmitting the disease unless death occurs w!fhin the first three lJav. of
he disease (a rare occurrence): and thbi only it mesquitks are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set in.
10. There is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
vomit. evacuations, or other excretions of fellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always Is. by the bite of the
gtegomyla, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
Dutie of the Trnel MNurse.




THE PENDA460LA' JIOrC'WyA'LL;, crosaRq O ER 27, 1905

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PACD SE Actual Sterilitty i W


FOR MEN.. u.irnim
FO R M EN Re s L. For nTime Well Known Citizen Writes From
INe-Cae hd to Land of
Sowe Safy. t Hins Native State of Condi
Atlanta, Ga Oct25,9 50 ears
ALWAYS UP-TO-DATE! .Edor Pnsols a na" jt' C t. 5, 190uJ..w
For seven weeks I have sojourned ii E."dlor P e.acola Jouiral:
his beautiful city and enjoyed a hos- Your t rresponIdont tis now visiting
phtality that is prodigal in its profu- native state, and co and i
hsion I have visited its city hall and I'mestead, and church and school,
ItI'e state's imposing capital buildln ~andi ')thr ip.nts of interest in whiat
SAn ebgant line of the newest and hradwo- Ihast vr otid one theio
Sder the wonderful cole tion of exhi-' Lst couli s--ani iaiug the best
Sits of the state's varied re.ources. i ieoP"cT-;!I. ole .f ;lie very b.tst as
4 1 hve looked with ardent adnr"r- annot r. s.raon oiir .pritle in the slato. el
nObbiest leathers of this great $3.50 afeatreofiits to the c"api- ot all diaries; ant we
ptien at the magnificent hulldings ,lf oua1 birtan, and th a.iree n wAich!
,j&v Jhose towering roofs rise 16 stories *Ve ;-avt. r .eintrl bcfor reac..lug our,
abovr their -round floors. I hay, i~r'it tate t.trida, naiy liu
and $4 Shoe for Men just received by ir tossed wflhoo nn ea. Col sta-C e rida na
ple-en impressed with its i;any ctl' oS .lilaand A batia. But tis of m lofncldt
laducts. its attractive parks and its outr I.amte sa e, and could ms becae of me de
S,markaibly beautiful, cl(,an streets. 'woui uow write. And our ,ivd hir homes. dt b u o sme de
4' This is indeed a city of which her I lon gotr back ir c ability or disp nt of the le
U 1 ople are Intenselyiv nd justly proud al! lacks but ear the llthyar barren.
%lan!ams are for Atlanta first, lat hlf century since reaching our major- reparation fr healthy matter Is
ard always. No matter what persoaaj ity. .ccomplihed b Ldia h
W M J O HS &erenc or preudis ei bete A little more than fifty years ago Vegetable C
|its nyor and councilmen, or between there was no railroad in Fayet :e
them and its citizens, when a qOetioi county, and the only outlet for its eiale orania
lor measure that affects the welfare of products was the Monongahela river, mesotta leertionandi
a Atlanta arise all difference are and the town of Brownsville; within A woman who ia n p l
S*T6w ToILIpromptly laid. aside until the nmattror some steam boat landings at other condition tnr t arte L
is disposed of. to Alanta's best inter- points for convenience; and that blestsj t. of a gop cq itaO. bg
e!t of m ts. Herein lies the secret of her stream was often too dry for steamer not that an incentiv to prep for a
C A A OT L set of men-hlghnwavmen and bucca- wonderful development; here she fui navigation, and frozen for some healthy maternity ?
neers not excepted-ever engaged niches an egaple worthy of imita- months in the winter. If exptctant mothers would fortify
S O E in, and the savings since orange grovo tfon. Early Coal Minin, themselves with Lycl B. Pih 's
and bank failures, are scattered to In common with all who visit A There no coal mined Vegetable Ciot La bi.LPlbhm
n111 Tf- I IM IT what now seems worse than the Pitl- lanta I admire the pluck and energy where it cropped alon the ears h asutained tho.apla of
S T L I I less winds. that have ade her great, and I bow river, ad wa thus availab e for b e ,
with oriental devotion to the shrine river transportation; and a consider- a g ast .mt n in'
Believing that a man's first duty is of her hospitality, and yet. "for a' that able amount was transported to l
I n nms Great Imprti andinall Con his fami o provide for them In al a' that, afrom the depth of an ule amount was tansod to l o
Qmm of Gr t Imp and-~finacasoes of misfortune and disaster, the satLisfie' heart comes a longing that -causville atord C incinnati, and. There faimdemoUoqtr gtepor ot yap .
bl a i aaid~~~ Weditor planted him an orange grovel will not be hushed--a pleading that cane factories of Louisiana. Therej b-r dn srtte ow ryD
s t et th Old WOd Wobble Along d built man air castles as to how will not be. siled--take me back th alo inland ol banks through-.
he would spend the proceeds, but in aI home I love so well-down where the out the county for home consumption,!ch qer .
Without it could b there warned buty going into the Mlw u W
WMW Hindrance. single night, by a single breath of the beautiful Perdido murmtars to the sea. ce'MrL.eCm
frost king, the grove, air castles and where th honeysuckle and rose it culd be ined by going into th Milr, of 1* a rt, I
all, disappeared like a thief in the breathe their richest perfume; down hillside, and often I hauled coal over- tio, o t eSt
Editor Frank Harris. of the Oct:i direct and has the taxing power be- night. where song birds sing their vespers those big hills, and rough roads, for, Wi.,wrtt:
aaer', had the following highly ean- hind it to make it good? the livelong year; down where the our own, and our mechanics's-, wrI6
lei his valuable But wh do we ndvelong year; down where the our own, and our mechanics us 'W.a -
StaeSa som ti slnble BTha Anxious for the reforahtlon of the fags of all nations are mirrored upon Those were good old times, and plen srr f or as
puebllcdm en:we time since: The country is further away from ooalng lines eref evi exof the placid bosom of our beautiful bay, ty of hard work, and close economy de sodren or hra
The editor of this paper was reared paper money today that in ever has world along lin nede biletheykisswith their silken folds -made noble, and hardly las ofIom
Ia a whig famly and his polft ea] been. the editor was easily convinced that while they kirssuwth their silken folds made a noble, and hardly class of I b ds comp n o*
a tor w famas an tcrdent dbcil e en Ofthe open was much worse an evil than the gentle breezes of our sunny clime. citiza ; lad the county becamend brd. ba o K
Res e started out onif we were not to have paper on the closed saloon, so with a few kin- When the glad tidings breaks upon beautiful with its green pastures, andt ber-d, Plrk sm
nr He started out on If we were not to have paper mon-, ed si alo, so with a few kin- f t sht our dear city is waving hillside fields of wheat an b6n
his polkf meareer as a high apostle ey and are to have metalle moacy, the tredtask of clolnr thessm n Ocla. at last delivered from her adversity. corn; and then the period when the
of protw e he ines of w sch can be so convenient- The fight was the hottest eerand her wandering ones may with beautiful flocks of blooded sheep,
of prot The fight w the hottester
at when he began to investigately cornered, we thought it were et, T t hott ety come hoeit will be to me like and hers of choicest stras of ca -
the subject of the tariff for himself ter to have two metals than one, so ever waged in Mar in ounty, ti" o t awakeing other first strains of tle, made a picture we now sadly ..
sad Wt some degree of serousnes.; this paper favored the fee coinage long riendshipwere broken, and other e aae ot that I love At- mi's
en he saw that goods of American of silver along with that of gold. things of that sort not nt lant e, aol oe Ntonal Turnpke
I dwell upon here, were numerous. lanta less, b lWOla more. national Turnpike.
assafacture were sold cheaper every- But ht ist the result? dw ell outn here, was ere nu dry C. U. PORTER. The old "national turnppye, from
where else on earth than at home; We are further away from bimet-; a Wheeling to Cumberiand, the first
that theystem of protection enric-talsm toda than at ay time sinewhoopinmg majority-but what e!se?
tat e stem of protection enric- talism today than at any time sinceWhat was the aftermath? ENCOURAGING thoroughfare across the mountain-
ed the few at the expenae of tae the birth of the republic. I *rO promise made was unfllll LASITUAION passes through this county, and is
andy, he quit worashlIPlg at her botiant hope was adea 'd ni my earliest recolh(.tion, tne great
shrine. and became aa out-andout The editr of this paper believesea frit t'at tned to ashes on the (Contlnued frolm FPlt Pge) six and eight horse teams, with tue
free trader, and for thirty years he, that the private ownership in lands, sea ft that turned to ashe on t heavy covered wagons, were never
has persistently and consistently ad-,which puts it in the power of a few lips of the m or. o gon n n
vocated that policy. He has never individuals to corner all the gold, all "BRlnd tigers." their orbltss eves ai "No, I have not. Thei number of ith a of teams and drivers.h
avred from his belk for an in- the silver, all the oil. all the coal, aT mevre fake, and teeth showing new o aes reported tod i in The building of this "turnpike," at
tat. the Iron, all the copper, all the s very, c(rn(r and "t l galore a suffitent reply why quarantine Inational expense, was Lhen as large
But what are the fruits of this un- all the tin. all the marble, and a1 bad that those who lowed were so ould not be lifted a scheme, to the settlers along is
creating labor? the gifts of God to man. wisely and ea st adtvoate in hringin abt "Jst s soon as it .se," said route, as the Panama Cane se al seems for
The coatry is further away fro m mun clceay stored away i the earnest avcats in bringing abo the doctor, "the quarantine will be our nation, now; an its comparison
the changed condition of affairs were, doctr, 9
tree trade today than it was thirty bowels of the earth, not for the n-* t ang ca tion of air w re moved as no o more i to is about in keeping with the s phenom -.
years ago. of one but fr the use of all. ise to bear tse evls they had do so than I. bu there s great inal gowth of this part of our po
great est of alleartly evilsthe grown accustomed to, rather than d tangin b the fw inalgowthofthispartof our pi e
great of all eahly evils, theur those they knew not oer in open doo ndanonacountry. For many year
Aloag about the year 187 the edl mother of corporattios and the granu- most with one consent, the closed g people toS and go. Te ;l as been known as the greatestt
tor was a reader of the New York mother of trusts, so he became an loo winth is ent, hd. perhaps, rent quarantth wi t remain in center of production of coke in the
Merchautile Journal and became a early convert to the theory of the, 0 more cowupt evils, was aoled an d .er in ore u nt it r ved." tall on ut e p f
Convert to Wallace's theory of pat pr j -single t cala b cerned to have It removed. ea nthis has been siven &a impetua sI
amerb But what is the result Ocala went ack to those in the open. Dr. Porter dse stated tha th yearsthic m been sien an Imet
He believed that all money is bat The "srigle tax" is deader today ere is a fight on to close hem stegomy ha been n towhich is almost startling.
eonev and that paper money loe than it was before Henry George aa:n. "t" five months, and he .is not anxious A Mountainous Country.
ey uld that paper mne le than it w as born. beore Hen G edHackin and failed no not fa for any infected mosqltoes to get Fayette county is on the west side M cDAV D- Y
iouyd be cum e t he m aon ery of cviie- a r. d lack a da.t but saw victory Into country houses aid there hiber- of Laurel Hills mountains, and about
which ith i mad se thvery little f turned into something worse than de- nate until warm weather next year, to fifths of its area ia .: m A NEW YORK
iatrit~ vale: therefore. cannot I1 tention and adsunderstanding be- and ht h e wor toand thus start another fever epidemic, tains, andi which is coi aar 7 80 M PALAOX
easily and quickly gobMed up by me- tween the sections, there was so muc" worthless, its ae-a ;q qua1 7 J PALA
nopoly. Where is the sense of i"-su- of him in the newspaper,. that this milts, or les.- .:a:t L.a ,i Jick-; PENaACC
iagbeariag bonds for the purpose of paper advocated the acceptance of Our experience Is that "reform son count, ia L,, uu- -
paying a peratnm on gold when the the constitutional amendments con- fruit so beautiful and allurtag in dred and Ltn houiauu .u. ata
government can issue pap r money corning him, thinking that It woul.l the pursuit, gets further and further and its present taaiubie va n~aton i ....
end the agitation and the quarrel. the away from us as we approach it .- fifty seven million ,iAtr, <,,.uOU, i
.- -. amendments would become a dead that which we chance to gather is 000.) It has one nli'd.-, sani toU .* i f-;: "ac- r'-----
THE ANT. letter on our statute books and we altogether disappointing, and with us towns, or Post OUfflte, Uoaowja,. DtAIONI~, WAT
-weould have no more of Mr Black e .. thc county scat being i la ia'--.-,i, ea,, ----

F~ete Aft t One of aufw MoMt In- Man in our public discussion fbrever. only in sorrow no. in anger, has turn.
dustrious Creatures. But what is the result? ed to bitter ashe- on the lips.
When spring comes with all its The negro is as much of a problem e have ver little heart left to
wealth of opening buds and new flow- today, and occupies as much space asain unbuckle and refash the en-
ers, the mat IL preparaiag for a seaa- in tne newspapers, as he did sixty sotne weap or reform al
soO of profitable indus r" vears ago. attempt to lead-or evWp participate in
oe of profitable indurearsmeagos.
It comes out of its winter quarter. her motivements.
and locates a new home where it rau Relieving that the farmers of the Weve about reached the limit.
In our hopes. dareams&an aspi,
store awVR. during the summer country would be beneftted by ,'- ti8nw o r hpesr ranmn Wonlaia
-o 1- .t tns weba-smn lud s

months, the sutAenance for the long
winter days.
Just as industrious as the ant-but
in a different wak. are he countles.--
Inflnitisimal germs which burrow in-
to the wSalp and est away at; he
roots ,a the hair
As they tburrow away Dandruff
forms, and if the germs are not killed
Baldness resu;'is
Newb,'o Herpicide is the only

lnown remedy whirh kills the' germs.
For sale y W A. I)Alermbnhre.
druggist and aprtherary. 121 Son*'
Pala'ox arewt. or se'ad 10e in stamps
for sample, to The Herpicide 1I.,
Detroit. Ilch.

I m-- ft rped

Serve the POblic

Swie am Fur

ganlza'ion. the distribution of litera-
ture and public discussions of all top-
ics. the editor early Joined the Gran-
gers. and woulld hive joined the AIli-
anct, had be been permitted so to do.
Rhu what is the result?
Rnth organizations have crumibled
to pieces and those who rush?d to
them in search of featherbeds and
graft. like the sow spoken of in the
scriptures. have returned to their

i waldow.
There was such unversal complaint
among shippers about excessive
freight rates and the rapaciousness of
railrodas. that the editor early b<-
csame an advocate for the creation of
a siatze and inter-tate railway corm-
He got everything he asked for. hb.'
what was the result?
It is the coaoeaas of cinion on -::A
merchants and vegetable shippers ,.;!:
tfripgh- rates are higher today than
Stbly ever were before. Indeed. they
were so errpcive the past seas~,n
tha; thte vegetable men were kno-k-
ed on: of bustmess. "all in a heap oi

iCSo M f-thae fclr.' as one of them expres' -d
i it and from prseat ind'cattons ar
atmodI lt rt !ikely to remain there.

were found on the body of Julius
The older we grow the more and
more we become to recognize our own
littleness and tne bigness of the world,
and in our buoyant efforts to reform
it, we have been jostled and run over
so often, that we have been almost
knocked out.
We have about reached the conclu-
sion that the world is so "sot nl her
ways." tha, as long as man is born,
with certain passions, as long as he is
created with certain appetites, that itt
will take more than on? little lifetime
to cure him of them and turn the,
world inside out.
IK"S Dta1sre Vo ,,.
Mrs. Oliphant in her life of the Rev j
Edward Irv;iin states lie ihad been
on smime (C-casio, s clearly heard at tlhe
distance of hN!f a mile. and it has been
all, ged that I.;ak John Russell of Kil-
marino!k, v':el ra!ted by Burns in no
gracious tert.s. was heard at the dMs-
taite of a full u;i'.
It would appr-:r 'hat even tbia '< t t

the record fo
A corre.sT'on Al
in 1',*S s'.atvs

I have als, o .cS4 is t~tti'l' eno of Iu
I Ive al o perie e c t oeBect:mn He next tried the banks and *h ena o
Mirth Market. such as Beef. Couatrs failtdI c.n him, and he was ne t advis- sermon t
Prk. M~n!n, Ve al. Trp. usage. ed to 'pu his hearings in an in3ur- tent :t
reed Chieal etc Weighp s guar-, ice company. as, Ihard luck follow- did not."
antre4-. Quick delivery. Call ol r ing him. he selected the New Yo,-k th "u h thu
phone ~Q corn er La and Davis Equitable Assurance Society of ti,-i m:',
t'nit:e. States. and what is che r- s,
s r m m to Ps suIta -t
Recent developments have unear: B :
C M ie as sickenirg and abominable 'at r. ., o
r 0 a W ilson of graft, and oot, and plander, as ari ar d

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a Mk*lHappy Howes.

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=.--tlI dK and I improved tf~b
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eW amae to h.our bom w Iihw
r "I to live fur, awt anl thp er l
due to ,ydin A flnkam'* Vqemblb W
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to Mr Plukham, Lu Masm. wbham
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tihw s aumabr of cto
C* MEMO His. nd spat U.0 mzr ~ll

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when it comes '.,) .a
Quit taking the your.,
P!'ir it over to aUi 'A.J

oe a Cote

110"Gy W1 tA W B|
t's safer and co is out little.
If in doubt ask uthers who
know and have nad explerlencc
Investigation will prove we re
right. We take .ne risk anm
thta ends your worry. ensuree
Snow. Delays are Iangerus

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* a\ing less than eight Lhuu i:i .-' CLOCKS PRECIOUS S I ONE, BRONZS3
habitats at latest census. Th cTnhj :I T
ty now ihas lmore nree laildr( d STERLING SIVER WAR ,
miles of railroad an i and a A T T RYOPTICAL GOODS,
propose:l ra!iruad up eve ravvie.k ART O
that will a,.nit It has n.. CUT GLASSWARE,
over St .,': ti' c ,: .o,uai-aild toe i. 0
and buiiili uiters so fast that Ias
enuiu* u. vo n o i ;odl o'i .r 0
night .tn :s exp,.'c.,:1 io tr: E fgbraving and PnIn We a iM r.
iont 11 an,! ins per iveek, or .' :
S:n O: A I annum ; h;'e:-e lelt
i alt 'nit \\i i ,. w: .;,,a r te n im :]tio I
,,: an :I. a .*en-(ue of n1.i Mail Ora:rs Receive Prompt Attention,
t: r y :ili n 1d! It
I; i '. . ; : .'I I '- m i
S~ W1 a 'I a1 it, e st.i:*' *
So. I ati 0. Zadek Jewelry Co, a
ainks -; I TLiltow no:. can nin Ii .c
Slin o' a ,f l -p- a- .(1 zOBIL. ALA.
ia iiing I)n.-. .ih capA. .to--o.: -:--,.._---,-. _ .~_*
,.,,. h lliii t r 1 t o. ,- .-. i .|> ,,itr.s bu;,,4 r"
pit of : .! a o;-a'd ... .

I ar s t!.a w(r. soil from twenty. '

Sf, 3... "0 '/., 1;. tI -io' "3I,
.. ,ra e t a pr;co from $1t, ii,n
A!I.7, 10.00 per a ro, and ithis vary- ,'t %hi pa y94 iJ investigate Oftf rl;i A-): J I .I I I
pr co no' i ea :,;sc of del p,,)h, or
!ff, r -'ce in strata. or qnal;t, of ea, HardwNa C,;i, Doors, inds ,; L UnU:
jlst s hie owXn ran Iard c a"asi,
r :Le s" ard the -'u"' a e in 'Gi We aio haai:e .'aints, Oils. Bricii. U. i il .
:a of five :,! t:e farns a:'e yet re-a ,# I e .U1 -
:ained by :'e ownert-t w sa V y .ie 0,1 3V ertL.1
vi-w of whi' -h we can reasonablyi
claim that part of Fayette .-oua i
.enn.. ; s th richest c:ass of fair -. .
4-;ir.t ;Lat Uniontown, the countyM C ap
* -d the end S. uncrk (4111 Company |
-t. :s the richest town per rapic.
t;.e United Sta--s and the end i #W .
: vet, but we will end this letter. i ices .9 East Garden Street. Plmba 77.
Yours,. O a, -w PhOOC
JOHN THOS. PORTER. Factlary .- 4i .3A rcet PoI eUC 3.
U- iontnwn, Pa., Oct. 23. 1905.
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S. No ore wo'ld ever be bothered:
: -. t anr A:.'zec-.. ,vt Bo~nmptein if everyone knew
S- ) ;:I e naturally and quickly Burdo-k ;
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In our C.ate and lRersh-
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LIVING WATER. of all those resounding sentiments P FE
o 'that make people do things as a sop
There are some ht arts like well.i, for those they didn't do-let us geive b ... .
Screen missed and deep to him who hath lest we lose oIn o r tp iep ii e o IssM s
As ever summer saw; our grip on those we don't want. we insist on purity-quali-
at And cool Ihe;r water is-yea cool and It is said that the state and ty, ot quantity, and the Ciml For Disl at
aiet- roN t"o4ht sweet, :city boards of health and other p-i) greatest care is exercised
a anticipaton.But you must come to draw. lic works, and the chief executive o01 in i preparation, thus
VWith thecetonof pa They hoard not, yet thev rest in calm the city, each have a choice collection inuring to te pub sli
necessaryy to childbirth. content, of Amos Quitos family and connections that thorough cleanliness
here comes calm nerve And not unsought will give; Whv not beg, borrow or "graft" a, demanded in things to eat
eleep and secapeiutioa. They can be quiet with their wealth complete set, mount them on golden and drink. The following circular has been 1s-
unspent, sulphur wire, spray them lightlywiti i sued by the Public Health and Marine
THER'S bo self-contained they live. that preserving liquid destruction, tie- Hospital Service and sent broadcast
nR m ,< them with yellow ribbons bearing one! over the country. It is being display-
FRIEND **y'^ |And there are some springs, that bub- of the those funny cards that tell ooces and other pro
bling burst their color, age, and previous service Kandy Kitchn Cafe, nent places and will, no doubt, have
as d'mini the paia c-am*pyLi To follow, dusty wa-s. at the bar? Place the whole in a an excellent effect:
a tyr. W" h dad mo can A nd run wi!h offered cup to quen'a tightly corked bottle with a slip o 140 S.Palafox. P 999 N M quitoe-No Yellow ever
Sbd babis h the w l his 'birst paper' bearing an engrossed copy of Treasury Department,
Mr .ingsicka, a d Where the tired traveler strays; a special ordinance commanding ti e Bureau of
crning- edb ote dra m'ul That never ask the meadows if they finder to forward it post haste P- public Health ana Marine
"S d mgce e i abynt I (through some other office) to the Hospital Service.
pemltir g andrelaxa linint What is their joy to give; president of the cemented states and Note-The measures herein men
the miodaids tochdbirth Unasked, their lives to other life immediately notify the Associated oned ere recommended by the Army
Amws san aiv the s io other life immediately noti the Aoct ST. ANDRWs.S. Medical board of 1900, and have been
d. .a. estia r rach w n So self-bestowed they live' It is or last chance' Time isl- l Ass dorsed by the American Public
s lrspor; it ia fond isrund rd I giving and something should be dIJ! lHealth Association and by the^ F'st
inh aeS wellisatthecabian. And one is like the ocean, deep and .Special to The Journal. International Sanitary Convention of
*Bvmmingthemother's myofmind wide, Miss Beck appreciates the graceful St. Andrews, Oct. 26.-Mr. E. B jAmerican Republics. They have als
dih an rp-abeaut a mlo ence Wherein all waters fall: compliment paid her by the Dail. Smith has recently bought the rest- been justified by the experiences and
Swrl h pa the child. and ias d That girdles the broad earth, and News in reprinting the kindly wordti dence known as the "Herrick Place' observations of the two wo-king par-
pit p- and sicdlyfomy~I k o draws the tide, of the Tampa Times and the Florida on Washington avenue, and intends Ites of the Yellow Fever Institute of
ala.~.hy,laoghighameaity,asmmuin Feeding and bearing all. Times-Union and sincerely wishes in a few months to make some re. ths Beureau in Vea Cruz. Me xicG
hessikevertoy. amd'itscotry. That broods 'he mits, t at sends 'ht she deserved them. But in the ire's- pairs on it. and by the commi-sion of the Pasteur'
S wi e o S Frte clouds abroad ence of so many real heroes and .en- Mr. Holland formerly of Pensacola, ntitute of Par Irance. operating ing
That takes, again to give; uine heroines as have net only but recently of near St. Andrews has Rio Janeiro Brazil. The measures
Even the great and loving heart of stuck to their posts of duty but have sold his-fishing outfit to Mr. A. T. have been tested successfully on ai
God gone out of their way at anr sacri Brock one of our most successful large scale in Ha ana. Cua.. and .ur-
S bereby all love doth live. ce to help the needy cheer the de- fishermen, and moved with his wifeg the yellow fever epidemic at Lare
lThenectionofeilce to help the nleey,ccheerthe -rdoein 1
THE PENSACOLA -Spencer. spondent and nurse the sick, the mere to St. Andrews with the lntentioa' doTenection1 yellow fever is car
continuance of her daily task i bu tof making his home.
CLASS ICAL SCt M. ACOSTA'S PECAN GROVE a poor showing by contrast. But-I No winter visitors as yet have come rie' by mosquitoes, and by another
-ClA CL SL ln lU L EAUTIFUL SIGHT. she does appreciate the generous i but nearly ai of. the cottages are mearsons s take nfetion spreased.
One of the finest sights in the city spirit that prompted all concerned let to both summerand winter vii- bin mositoe s that have re-
peandissinceebitten by mosquitoes that have pre-
OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO t now is Mrs. W. J. Acosta's pecan nd is sincerely grateful. soe hae been enged for t com vously bitten a yellow fever patient.
oITS WORK..o grove at her home place corner Tenth Mr Je ainr vd hi fa The mosquitoes to become infected
ITS WORK. avenue and Thirteentn street, East Mr. and Mrs. Engene Acosta, r IMr Jo Ganer haa m ivind h ust bite a yellow fever patients dur-
Prof. Walter Miler, profesor of Hill. and Mrs. D. B. White, Dr. and Mrs. ily to the Welch cottage giving so o ing the first three days of his attack.
Greek tr Tlane Ivert after The trees are laden with bg "pper Welch, and Mrs. Hannah mother of ssson of his home recently sold to Thee first three days therefore, are
Greek s, Tulane Uiversity. after The trees are laden with big "paperThs
isitng the classicalJ bool, wro shell" and the work of gathering and tne "Hannah brothers" are all in Mr. Thompson of West Bay whosm the most important time for prevent-
the following aounsocitI opnaion to a shipping is going forward. Nashville ready to return as soon as expected to move here with his fa ing the access of mosquitoes to a fev-
Irlend and colleague: The harvesting of these fine nttsh the gates are open. ily in a few days.h er patient.
"The Pensacola Classical School is an annual event of special pride Little Misses wel Booth It is often diclt to decide during
doing a bpleadid wrk for the cause of and interest to Mrs. Acosta because The many friends of that charming Oveda Gay, of Gay, are with Mr. the first three days whether a patient
Southera eduattm. It is estbllahed she herself planted the pecans from little lady Mrs. S. C. Donaldson re- Ware and attending-our St Andrews has yellow fever; hence the necessity
upeM boad principal. It cherishe the, which the trees have grown, seven- grt extremely to learn that she is, school which is a, flrishing one. i threatened communities of placing
ighestt ideals of soolaiuhip; it main.teen vear ago. ill and trust that she may be as tor-: Messrs. Frank Witherill and Will a mosquito bar imed!arely around
tiu a high standard of excellene; Two of the trees came into light, tunate as her husband and her sister Hill have returned from South Florida every patient who has fever of any
Sd by the best modern methods and bearing the seventh year but it was whom she has nursed safely through where they went with Mr Clark kind, and for three days at least.
eqpwmeat it oseares thoroughaess of ten or twelve years before all were the fever. Witherill on the pleasure boat he Facts About Screening.
training comMrable with that afforded In full bearing. I took to be sold. netting used shuld have
by the great oo of the There now twenty-five of s fine Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Pinney of Perry There s muh rilrod enthusan The netting used should have
east. To my mbd the Pensacola full bearing trees as can be found i ville. Fla. are the around parents of In and around St. Ai~drews now anl'meshes fine enough to prevent the pas-
Classical School is oue of the very anywhere, and laden with their bi a lovely baby birn. from appearances lVla not idle tall: sage of mosquitoes (at least 18-20
best secondary schools of the south" brned oval fruits make an wi ter st- o for well founded reports say that the meshes to the inch.)
Dr. Venable, prident of the Uni- ng pire esp ialy to unacustom Capt. W. T. Morrill. who has been work is progressing nicely and by 2. It is important to screen the win-
versity of North Carlina, writes: "tin pctre ll visiting his siser Mrs. John L. Pin spring we expect 't6shave a regular dows and aoors of the house. It is
Iives me pleasUre to testify to t hel y ne 508 West Gregory street, has re- schedule line of cars as far as "Gra-- doubly important to screen the beds
thooughness of the rario LOCAL LADIES SOUVENIR Iturned to his home in Mobile. s Point" on North Bay and from f p.
the students who havweMme fro fLres aula, Ala. A site for a large mill 3. Mosquitoes can bite through mos
your school to the university. We FOR THE PRESIDENT. Absolute purity, great strength and hs been purchased song the pro- quito nets when any part of the patl-
should be glad to haveimore of the If the president fails to accept the delicious natural flavor have ma'e posed line. est's body is in contact wi'b the net-
satme type." city's hospitality at this time. why not Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex-i Fishermen are nxakong good catches ti.shul b
Dr. Geo. Petrie, professor of Latin pr,-sent him with a souvenir, chara,-- tracts famous. near and the fish 'd roe are both 4. Frequent examlnations shOuld be
and History in the Alabama Polytech- teristic of the time and place? i bringing fine prices. made to see that there are no torn
c nstute, wrt consider the A Jacksonvlle lay contemplated Hootons Pharmacy-the Birthpl Mr. J. H. Drum d s in Jackson- places in the netting or that no mos-
best rtti Classical i this oe of the presenting him with a dozen souvenir of prompt delivery. Open all night. ville this week os bliness. u es ave f a men
Se soutun I hoolsa i this cectan oofdspoons a gift which, however expreF- Phone 1100. Mr. Charley Portex is one of tne side.
the th I aoroughness of idetls eador esive the sentiment prompting it. new clerks at L M Ware and Co's 5. The netting should' be well tuck-
healthoromaghnles of ts ork and thel would make no lasting impression on BUY COAL NOW. Miss Stelia MunsQn is teaching a ed in to keep mosquitoes from enter-
vades the Inatimatsphe h so practical a mind as his. And This is the last week of summer private school in West End for a few 6 If mosquitoes are found within
For further information or atwould certainly not express the senti- prices on coal. Buy now and get benL- months. the netting the should be killed n-
ge of the cool address. met of Pensacola women. fit of low prices. Consumers Ice & Mr. Fo son of Marianna is visiting he nettn tey driven r shaken
R. CLAY ARMSTRONG But as a matter of patriotism, of Fuel Co., Chase and Tarragona. Phone his son Hitton on Cincinnati Hill this out.
civic pride, of municipal self respect, 259. 25oct&t. week. 7. All cases of fever should be
promptly reported to the local health
AN ELECTION TRICK. officer. Awaiting his arrival they
t FIR ST y F rr% -7 should be cov-ered with mosquito bar.
| | \ |e Journal' D aly rFashion F a u r.. i. h Do.e t. Whilh Facts Bearing on MosMuito Destruction
They Rert la EgladB. | 1. Mosquitoes live in the vicinity
f ( ]H blowing story of the late Justice Den- ten fly a long distance.
gm- w Ian. who in 1965 ran for election at 2. Mosquitoes breed only in water
Tiverton, in England. He was adver- --usually in artificial collections of
ed to addre the electors on a c fresh water.
seIed to address the electors on a cer- 3. The young mosquito, or wriggler,
Se tain morning. In order to fulfill his lives in water at least seven to twelve
SEASON engagement it was necessary for him 4. Although the wrigglers live in
HS A to leave by the 9:15 expires. He had water, they must come frequently to
taken the precaution of ordering a cab the surface to breathe.
overnight and was quietly eating an 5. Coal oil on the surface of the
early breakfast when attention was water prevents the wrigglers from
called to two or three men who seemed breathing.
to be hanging about in the neighbor- 6. Destroy the breeding places and -
hood of his houen. thought ittle, you will destroy the mosquitoes.
however, of the matter, but presently 7. Empty the water from all tubs,
tiEW FLORIDA SYRUP, per sent hIs servant to put his iulgage on buckets, cans, flower pots, vases, once
.d.. .. ..... ..... .. .. .s the cab, which was due to arrive. The Fill or drain all ponds, dtches
cab approached the door, but before unfilled postpoles, and the like.
FANCY FLORIDA ORANGES, per \ the portmanteau colM be located one 9. Change regularly every Qay all
D0urs............ ....... | of the mysterious strangers jumped in water needed in chicken coops, ken-
and was driven rapidly away. n'ls, etc.
IMPORTED MESSINA LEMONS, And whp this happened a second 10. Treat with coal oil all standing

per Deen.. .. .... .. .Lc time it became evident that something water which cannot he screened or
very definite was Intended. So Mr. trained (1 ounce of oil will cover 15
KCEW FLORIDA PAPERSHELL Denman consulted his watch, and, di- square feet of surface). The oil does
PECANS. pe b. and. recting his luggage to be sent after not effect the water for use if the wa-
SI ehim, h ie buttoned his cot and, calling ter is drawn from below.
to POUNDS OF GRANULATED iI to his aid all his old Cambridge train- water it must be distributed evenly
SUGAR STILL GO FOR THAT \ing. took a bee line for the station. He over the surface.
SAME.... ............ ..$100 i met not one empty cab till too near the 12. Put fine wire netting over cis-
terminus to be of any service to him. terns, wells, and tanks of water in
He dashed through the "booking of- everyday use.
fice" on to the platform, seized the han- 13. Places in which it is undesir-
die of a carriage door as the train was able to put oil, such as watering
LA Z JA Ca compartment. fcrth, can be kept free from wrigglers
On arriving at Tiverton he found l hby putting in goldfish or minnows.
Lomit JA C O B 14. Clean away all weeds, grass and
committee In a state of extreme anx- bushes about ditches, ponds, and? other
Z Ji ety which gave place to astonishment possible breeding places, since these
C 3 and reli-f on his appearance, for the afford a hiding place for the mosqui-
walls of the town were covered with toes.
-*= -i- placards warning the Liberal electors 15. Clean up vacant lots and back
m -l i that their candidate would not kep yards of all cans, tins, bottles, and rub-
ft sWl Dya Clew, his engagement to address them. bsh.
S16. First do away with, or treat, all
__ _i_ f_ _ __- places where mosquitoes are known
to breed, and then begin to work on
Spaces where they might breed.
Sthe place to send our clothesto be choice 17. Inspect ana' treat with coal oil.
Ped. Cleaned, Pressed or Rearod. 4 i bit gutters, culverts, ditches, manholes,
TOey are ow la a position to handle catching basins, ets., along the road-
ycur work more ecinl-tly than ever. BATHROBE OR DRESSING GOWN FOR THE DEMOISELLE. Au' arfist, side. Manhole covers should be
screened. L
L REESE, A pretty shade of coral pink henri-' useful and ornamental. ana may be W 1,sc 18. Houses should be cleared of
oe R Sil* etta makes this pretty and practical lined either with silk or with the ma- a /1t l mosquitoes by burning 1 pound of in-
No. 1 North opr garment. that will answer equally wel! teral of the gown. Either method ise day. ev
No 11 North Paa Street athat will answer equally we equally effective. he sleeve may be sect powder or 2 poun of sulphur to mo
as a bathrobe dressing gown or a of the loose, pagoda design, or have 1000 cubic feet of space. The mos- its
lounging robe. Both fronts and back the fullness caught into a plain band qnltoes will fall to the floor and should tro:
Sare deeply pleated in the centre, there cutff at the wrist. Oftentimes a broad be collected and burned.
L -ing a skeleton yoke underneath to ribbon is used for banding both on thea Sc l ft I 19. Success in mosquito destruction r.a
i which the pleats are tacked to hold' sleeve and down the fronts, anti ribbon a s depends upon the co-operation of the eff
; R them la place. The Cap-chia hood tie strings at the neck make for a members of the entire community. sell
S. that is slung over the shoulders is both pretty fniEh. 20. While the infection of yellow mo

The Quality StRe


Fall Stock

Dress Goods


x Armures,

x Mohairs,

A: Series,
w- Lacanias,

x Poplins,
x Mon Reve, (,s )

x Crepe Cloths,

x Shower Proof,

x Melrose.

Also a Full Line of Trimmings to



IWe have also in stock a New Line of

Skirts and Cloaks

Yours for Quality,


Announce Speciales I
with implicit confidence in the present, and a great future for Pen-
sacola. I



Put Out the Old, Put in the New I
Why not put new Furniture throughout the ho e and
let the old go?
You Con @ot New Furniture and
Pay Fer It While Using It.
This is a proposition no niarr'e:l man and woman can
let pass by. Remember, anything you want at almost
your own time for paying for it. Thler,'s hih quality in
every piece too, and our reputation stands as a guaran-*
tee behind It. Just think of it, bedlr(om sui;,es as low as
$20.00, and' rockers from $1.25 up to $20. Mattresses
from $2.50 to $15.
10M&4 S. Paldfox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla,
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AU llis d t year trels a great al efua lrs uad chUills s fmrf.
|- intolv trt

Sold at all drug stores or at
LEWl S CO, Wheale Dr East GovernmeGt Street
3pIzIvm 0 0 lmawQ~ll



er is carried by a single species of fever until the danger from yellow
qniuto (be S teaeyla), to insure fever has passed. Destroy all mos.
destretio it Is necessary to des quitoes.
y all mosquitoom WALTER WYMAN
n places liable to yellow fever both SurgeooGeneral
Ividuals and communities have an
eCtive method of protecting them- Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace
ves, as Indiated above. Use the of prompt delivery. Open all nght.
nauito bar at ouce over all cases of Phone 1100.


takes great pleasure in announcing-
Their Readiness for a Large Fall and Winter Buslnews
We have ordered, are receiving, and continue to receive as fast as
goods are packed and shipped, the largest assort:nvnt r.f Fine Grocer-
lee that it has ever been our pleasure to hanlle-t- cause we feel and
know the people of Pensacola are capable of rising superior to any ca-
lamity that arises, and that on the wave of prosperity comes the de-
sire to Pure and Wholesome Table Foods.

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the Road to Wealth

and to cfmart ad eae in your old Mo

Theabuy a piece o desirable real estate, get it
pid Iy awy dcW e6 ad a forget ys havre
it, bluy or piece and do the sua way as
ib d fimt -icm, Ad so Wahn, old age
coms an y will be well provided for.
Vereaaubcrfd pieces at eight be
did arg m which.may be paid tor in

Pensacola Investment Co.

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$85GA00 | rooms apg adjoina Mr. -Laz Jaco'
will buy a four room house on Bast bys W1 y place at Fisherville. Desir-
Romana, just east of Tarragon Rea.ts able home for both winter and saum-
for $8.00. i mer.. .............. .. ..S1S.o
will buy a four room house, corner DO YOU
Roaana and Coyle streets, renting for
$8.00 per month. Wat to buy, sel, rest or lease prop
$1o00o.00o erty, borrow or lend money. It so,
will buy three houses, North Hayne ca on or write us at 200 and 201
BL, 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 S. BROWNDt Co
of the above. Good interest is ob- XB* I* W <
tained from any of thea while the
property increases in value. "WE SELL LOTS"
RW.. Or". SALE

204% 8Pakalx S. F Mr Olin. FOR SALZ.-Large quantity of old

For 0I.

FOR SALE.-Dr. Boulter's office out
fit, household goods, fine ptao $90
sad several large rugs. Call at housa,
. 313' N. Spring St., between 2 and 5 p.
M. Everything cheap. Mra. H. H.
Boulter. S3octlwo

WANTED.-S or 4 good white carri r FOR SALKE-Two good seoo4 band
boys, A*pif JaPDrasl Ofice. 2Sodt. bmglr.a is pod conditeas at a bar-
g in. Vcoovich Charcoal Yards, &
WANTD..-XMea nad boys wanted tb gouth Alsoasi. P. O. Box $3. IPtomae
ear dg. aitr two ath> ia- 591. SSoctlt
tItWitfpuribw eo .days .oye FOR SALI.-Let the I.t.fe MaNt-
Bra0. OB. lblag School, New York, toss Oe., ae% that 14 led ew
111 41 Qt. .a>Q M8s (fWie They guarantee all work. Prioe ow.
catalog.) Deltrery (lee s84 iprq-t. L re ar-
ma. at nren & A Watia' at o hba

WAM-4-Macinistsa experienced
precipHr~ v<-, latae ad plaer
work. MAre M V W. Seventh St.
CincInnati Om. 24octlw

WANTED.-Me- ai4 tbogs wanted to
earn $6 day. abfr two noraths ifn-
structikm. poL0ttmla. d ComyD
BrIM. Co. PlumMtg How York.
CEncnmnl, 0, -.L UN1 *o. (Mree
catalogue.) SocUtl

WANT -.--jA t I$ re= -
are gUM y
*o tan esa hwr wfJli
Northera reg 9
N. T.

JUSTr UCV-lle -lIaIe *0tptet at
Imported Olive OIL Re"Ib py ,I
Jaloj1 or larger quwtmly. G. Morasso
A Co, 161 cbandluws a6" peee# 41
aouth Ni Atc. k'L&

Makes arbfewh 00* We i~
fte dk~e" t*d 3o be =7P.7
Mealed & Co, Pb. w $I tleft

lg ah~ am Srlr PS&oL &#am
~b rrrow vimwd cdwitaftwVIz
Va(..z VPntMS df*alS 4wwLwg
- -a- -tw to *Wbas WEae &sa
Leek GeY of C1OIMSu4 OOW
Ceinim,ui-ag ubwdbm o S prices*mad
terms beforeW inJl'g lg e SBeat-
*l *oonaok PeWla.r 4DIA

mI IIcT Blend of Cog" !D)wez"

~.W* u t e p4ele WIn rm tber S; NOW *mat-
we a. beok at our old stsad ea sit permee mt ewsmatll to engaginge. Ce., J *wask PyIe *sg S
geangart stree,'a"d usog gSW Adiems M aage Brursabe Como
ON ms P1 puee c mr tas any block ChIAlo Soot W4 We ha' been with youIA Amkqmqq
car amI' k"n Pmub. We ="a is unc4 3174U, and Still iated t i Stay
What e Omy. -Ge. W. -iper A be. w wz.-- In soeeod f carpesi *ith you and-serve you with the best
2ftep. term, pies. rig up pDome NO. 77$. o7 7 &A Iamat asnr
Ig A w&pow I& U aIwdmk. bi..i.urlt m. New O IOSI Qrqe I
and dooums*i. Frho varmshlag Z7sept2uamI*. V sI~PFq g$
md osbbb&. &AM MW S a me- -
Ca iW~. sm"GemsP aftsSo. IftW WAWTk---AD mag Pums WUS NW mte

more book-
to %W or onamagabb2 bem l k

A woo_ ad yo noftg imthing Ias regi ser w it us. MeuOto $a *Of

mesa & MW fl 34. Buiess College, No. 624M N. Roa le o. W- asem m a"&
fm a t ti s, We. a n bm.qmor e ri aY b ius ttr e. Sh SI tsa&.

WANTXU)-3Svwxbm* w tam am camoet be 4"Uqg" &e4A.-~
~= ac Cde t bmay e Wf VAttT"-?b Lto know that
bu t s be 4lad ew 0 L x PLU VAT M lw ewe iCw pLWTO TATER-Cures 0q&o4tIt&yA,
0r0q Os,. A d-m^ pPtOos, StoebSe-And 4 w ,hrtmgef liver and Stoma,'h treubie. FIor
&WAV'Flor sale wholesie mDs retai, by s", wbo1Wsale and ;*etail bylaJs. Me-
Jame# ____________ OCU
we are pioneer Cofe Rowmta o0. FOR SALU-in5uI W06la
Fbrwia Now Orl*ana Grocry 6. Cityy te Lean. Ciy. TrectKNVD 1) FW 1Wes
%#A. a N Pr. KU491&2 CcuVau lN& ,

WANTED.-The ISembast T[ail
GO "W VIa motaAS "ad ItealuI
An bpeebeae m ramm od. T. I. Th
arm. Ps Phe 9&. -183sel
We waat everyoody 'o kaow that
are weksm a4 WreLail recers a
iltl a the old stand. New Ories
GCemy OB, Jas. MIcPlgh, Prmp.

WAlNT -w-ar electric wet of
ktbds. Let a elass your tasa.
pair por dYraao. do your wtr&g. e
Fbowe 57. PeMaeoela Eleruic C
rwr latenacia ad Bayles str

WANlTED.-Seowad hand relH t
desk. WrKe P. 0. Box, 354.

A. IL .NGHAM wras yerr movis

PARTIS wh waat to rWe ho-
NaIr or saytblag else Or se
asete., wmI tf jA vu
Ads a great be
f l-^- ^^B- ---- *-*^-^

WANTED-The people I Pns*oa
In ease worritag. IAL The Joo
WWtA &A wiee theM IrIl or -
ThmY are expe'- detectives. aad c
Ol the man you are looking for
be Il icluded la the 25.00A or 30.

%ard for rt.uro to Juraal ofece.



M045 1 TO LDN&)-Um mo4 tea s
taw ~tA& Of L .eSo"sat.f,
at Labr bui ngladle W48814
either krtLCIm& a1an

FOR SALE.-Shingles and Wood to.*
sale. Apply to C. L. Creightoa'
Will, aest west of Musco wharfrt.

MOKKY ^ ^ 4 FOR SALBE.-My resideae on ha
wONrdY o =IM Ds ll an il. either includng whole bloak
kim" 49 D&Ostfab e of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or
aY J3 A. W"u -, quarter block of five lots. Apply At
Mrawers we.. aLe, S 4 &uA46 Mt my ofce. Thleses Buildint for furta-
--- -tinlars. C. W. H erman

newspapers on and for sale. All
clean, and whole. Only ec a hundred.
Apply this office.
ALU L FOR .0-10 lbs. Granulated.
Sugar, % popnd Our Own 5(90 te.
Blendid Tea, 1 pound Aldernay Bak-
ig Powder, this powder is equal to
Royal that colt you 50 eents per
pouad. New Orleans Grocery Co.

FOR SALE-South hai block 211.
troattng 0 4 et on 13th street, by
137% laft 0 Say View Park; also
south hat of bok 211, fronting 400
feet on l4thb t. by 137% tet on Bay
View Park. Te BWly preOprty admowe
l5 g *urTh Prk tPerk r'eiw
Sbesauo l rvtW down the
asyo q 4son 0e0 bar am ter be
datrate4. A. OubM a - l n

tU czds for "1ie t "b tI'a ao*
tIurant, t wIo $ft *O tS &out
Wrder wllnot be Ued unles cash
anad postage copanes order. Or-
ter 9ulCk. I eept.

11440*800*40 060MMw WM~
.bor fa aTmSIp iL" OS
lbe seso ft aset
OkoW IWM GLa I&re Maoas.
uma is yuu .PWd5 O&fts fm aft
Wst~a todayt. Oite3ratre Duokb.
bIY~a QInaupi QaL*.. 1Ueaeew Q

ROO ma A.ND D&RD-A few boart
a n wateat ft W. Belmont. New-
5. se.. 3?ode
street. (0904 lcatirt with or with-
out IoOI -p

VARY-AIIP hs )OW4de at 819 W.
3bmouL ~socttwkao

WAj TED.-OnD or two iroopera* Mae
iprerred. Apply or address w1. 17
W. WlRua, city. eloUm'
w orpan p-a 3a Uagn a"
olgg TrUtIcaP gr$L tQUetS. IS.
7I soouth S.. tWou.

Mr. J. 4. SReafr' hs arsed leUow
fever very successfully through sev-
eral epidemics of tth pat. both is
PsmaAoao a and NI w OvleaaM. 44 f nowt
offers her serviQse to hose requiring
a trained yiowt fever Sue.. CaJU oa
ber at 1408 Baat Q*"dq ar phone 853
--4 ui alea

Migg .. ae

JUST OPNMED--the Hayne Straet
MM4t Mqrket, toneir JL 3 amard
ai N. d a& Hu n aV ohmats &ad ves-
etbies of all desctrpiptkm. w. W.
Nims, Prop. Telephoas No. 1206.

6p400,4lty 4 roa w Four"
'ise cuetal ett 4tow DU Hal
*u 4 Co.


Call at Tbe Jonal office amd get
nod newspapers at 5c ao bus4aed. Clean
and wbole. Good tor iaspsuag paper

200 Lots For Sale.

Weekly Payments

of $1.00 Only.

No Taxes! No Interest!

Thos. Pebley,
Office Cor. Roma&a ani Palafox St-.
Phone 559.


FOR RENT--Saloon and fixtures, cor-
ner Barcelona and Zarragossa.
Ready for occupancy. Apply to Mrs.
Giardini, 35 S. Spring street. 2601w*
FOR R-ENT-Furnished or unfurnish-
ed rooms for rent. Apply at 400
N. Hayne street. Oct26
FOR RENT.-Large house suitable
for boarding house, 2t E Intenden-
cla. Apply J. E. Dub:iissnn & Bro.

FOR RENT-A five-iroom cottage,
1105 1. Cervantes, 2 blocks from car.
wA.h gas, bath and screened. No.
Apply to H. W. Gibbs, Hardwaie
Dept., Forbes' Store. 13oct1mo*

TOR RENT.-Resiaence lately o>
* copied by Dr. W. 8. Hall, No. 111 W.
LaRua street Apply to R. M. Lary,
4S 8. Palafox street 7a.e

hero will be a meting of tkis
body on the first and third fVedeo.
dyr of eac moath at 7:30 a All
ilet*** ar requneted to be pro'
W. DELAT, Pr.idmld
PareoN a LOe No. 1. L of P..
zreets every Monday evening at 7:30
0400k At M*r Ceats Mall. Blowa
Watson blalding, corner Palafox sad
QWrde street Vlasting brethr eaor
4tlly weoleonme.
L. WORSTut.I & et a As

Rathboae Lodge No
S0 I. of P., meem every
TkaucaeWy evening at 8:00
hal, thLrd4 oor. Blount-
V"xt erner Pnsw and
9ede street Vatingu knight e
a C.BRUT O a
c.CLty, K. of .& S E

Knights of Columbus.
SMettnugs th

No. 8 Weat lateadeo
eta street, on erwy
AQoday evening at
':*0 o'clock. A, t
vitation is extended
to visiting Knixbghts.
3DM. FOX OGrand Kolgbt

o*rgia, Fl ia and Alabama Hailway uli.
Garramelle, llaasssur sod sergia haiUrgd hC
Schedule faking k]ffcct May 6. 19J5.
Sunday Sunday
Southbound No. 1 only only
No. 3 No. 5 No.3
Lv Atlanta (C. of Ga. Ry)....12:20a.m 7:50a.m ........ ......
Lv Macon (C.ofGa. Ry.) 3:45a.a 11:35a.m ........
Lv Cuthbert. .. .... .... 4:05p.m ... ...
Lv Arlington.. ......... 9:15:m :15pm....
Lv Bainbridge.. .... .. .11:O00a.m 6:55p.m 6:20a M
Ar Tallahassee.. ..........12:55p.m 8:40p.m 8:05am ..
Lv Tallahassee (S. A. L. y) l:53p.m 4:00a.m ........ ....
Ar Jack'rille, (8. A. L. Ry.) 7:Op.m 10:50a.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahassee.. .. .. ... 2:00p.m 8:00a.m 8 15a.m pS .P ,
Lv Soc.oppy.. .. ..3:14. 10:00am 9:29a.m 9 51ip.m
Lv Lanark........ .... :45p.m 10:45a.m 10:05a.nm l>-26p.nm
Lv Carrabelle.. ...... 4:00p.m ........ 10: 15a.m 10:35p.a
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00p.m ........ ........ ..
Sunday Sunday
Northbound only only
No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
Lv Apalachicola.. .... ..... 6:30a.m ........ . . . . .. ....
Lv Carrabelle.. ..11:30a.m 2:00p.m 6:00p.m 4:30a a
Lv Lanark.. .. .. .. 11:45a.m 2:20p.m fi:45pm 1:4a.n
Iv Soprhoppy. .. ..12:16p.m 3:14p.m 7 1 pm 5:1 5a.
Ar Tallaba'see.. ..... 1:30p.m 5:O0p.m 8:35p.m 6: 'Oa.m
i.v Jack'ville.(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a m 4:00p.m ........ ........
.ilr 'Tallanas-e-.(S.A.L Ry.).. 3:10p.nm 10: op.m ........ ........
Lv Tallahaser".. .. .. .... 3:25p.m 6:25a.m 4:4.5p.'n 6: 35am
.v Bainbridge.. ..... .. 5:25p.m 8:27a.m Ar 10:-'5pm 8:27am
Ar Arlingtc......... . .... l-la.m ........ 10 l6a.:n
Lv Cuthbet.,(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. S:43p.m 11:55a.m ........ Arll 35a.m
Lv Macon. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
\r Atlanta. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:5a.m 7:55p.m ........ 7: 55&a
NOTICE::-Trains No*. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at. fot
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Bainbrldge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
cn sale at the office of the Callahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will stop 35 minutes at Lanark for breakfast.
General Manager. Trav. Pas. Agt. Gen'i Pass. Agt
Tallaha*ee. ela.

Professonal Directory.

Roem 406 Themn BuIidln.




California and Northwest
Chicago, Omaha. St. ILuis and Kansa.
City is the

Union Paciflc

JT P, STOKfiS ana connections, with trough sialplB
Attqor yandCouns lorat L r LOne-way colonist rates on sale f -rt
LV September 15th to October il?;
108 East Goverament Strt. To California, Oregon. Wa-
General Law Preatlee. Montana. Utah, etc.
Special round trip rat r' I
nia and the Lewis & 'lar,
c o eG @o UVILLC, tlon at Pnortland. Orp e:
_ATT@RMY-AT-LAW. timber 28tsb.
ATTQRtVI YAT*LAW* Ask tor through rate fr, '
Room 500 Thlese rd14. P 7 station and se:nr -
S' -, formation freely 0 il n
S 13 Pa1h'P r e .a e.A .;
a NT99T9o G. W. ELY, T p A

Fisher Building, 4/, SoutWh Palate.
P treet.
PHONE 625.


Room 8, Brent Bulldtng. Phene, 8.

pe"Goools LOOP Me. 4# i. O O. P. o,. Dp pO.S,
Persaml o 14Nge Na 4, 1. D. HO y
Se"s every Thursetay Ive g At 7: Attorncyaod Cou"U atLw
at the sew b all on Wet ieu Oi
street. Vlattings brethren cordfalt, 401 Thiesee Btidi.
Invited. T. G STINSON,
B. R WITKOVSKI, ecretry.
taomi Lodge so. 10, heoekah 41&W
ters ceetu every toaaday night at Ma Aastures at
So'clock la L O F. f. Vi. sad Dealers tIn

ittil Bisters cordially Invfted to .4
present. MRS. S. DqTHAYER.
M!. a. &. A. No. 1 meets arst atC
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
o., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West laten
denci Street.
A. G FIgL, Prs.
J. L. SWNRY See.-
LJve Oak Camp N1n 1. W. 0. W.
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rr
Weaaneasdys In each oath. VisitUing
sovereigas coirdally Invited.
r. A. BOnHICH. C. C.
LS9LIK B RlOOh- Clerk.


Office. Bronaham building, nt I
to Pensaela Bsuafieq College.
Prompt attenten always given i
to bustaef PPaseli. i. I


a 2e2 *-U- or to put under mattg.
. or 0. W. C., Oak Grave, No. 4, M. P. GONMAL& 0O. VPre
PeM K ON. u Woodmea Circle meets last Thursday Maedaetarer
t)a,. MrONaf tA D a gOsd ul TO TURTON for all a. i. AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis An n( each mrnth at 3:30 p. m., 3rd floor
an 1110 wVa11105 a O T ras loaded and nleadedM a"d Chill Cre., It cut"s Wstson building. southwest corner CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUNO
a Web Atge 6 O. Ca e He makes bSt ah to stay eared. It is a ood tonk, a Palafox and Garden streets Visiting *TOge PEER
traph' a Se sott 2 res a ls *good liver regl You seed it at sovereigns cordially taited. Mrs. W.TO
Sa this te 4 the year. On sale at all A. Smith. Clerk; Mrs M. B Olsen. Buy ywor a and stock aId tr&M
o0 MOE A al kae at a ttdruggists, or at Lewis & Co., Cast Guardian. t'he hoe manufacturer .nooura&lri
01 o a asrltM oe aort note OR Se e Governmaet street. Price. 5sc. oe detrys. eeribt to hea
( Terms e-. i. W. Bultard. L-atair lot M ocks from Palate. lot "A4 13seplim. a- bor. and lerIM* e nr e yae ti yoea
28% baoth haO St., Phone 1144 19 on car Jde. For partUculare ku i tGUVLa MAIL LNb-{aood eoovey. MAINt-s***1*s *4 e*i city.
S&acetfuire of Stadltd Clothlig o. dance for traveling public. Daily se TERSLY TOLD -
29 Jan vice each way" Promwn hpley to Bay. TERSELY TOLD
UMa y! A hed. Address AM M. Thielge (Che: 0 BUSINESS LOCALS. l TI
as Bl f Sugarrtg 1 poUad Our Owa Freshly ***.iw**APW?*x a x *.
MO s ra tor hinLmYe e @ ersge Pgaf Mocha and Java Coffee, Ib. REAL STAT. --- CLASSICAL SCI UOL
1 1e0 y1 'th C, 204L: Aldernay Baking Powder, this Powderl KItAL WTTt tI I rfa et a. Hencrt Carpenter Awill fu A a e of the Sdor eard
Bis eyQal to Reyal that costs va 50 foe buty th*e PW and we wO estimates on building and painng At a meeting o the advisory heard
'cts. per pound. New Orleans Grocervj talld your home oae ia" t* paV. and give personal attention to work. 01 the Pensacola Classical School held
wCao. 11(ot l ents B Hali Sr aw a C. 932 B. Strong, and 824 East LaRua' sept. 25, 1905. it was found advisole to
"- street osiLtpone the opening at the eunva
R0 &B PALAFOX ST. FOR SALE CHCAP-My three-year.f a o-B. L 1a a ion un-l more favorable cotadd
MOarEY TO LOANT O k iAM4OND old Berksbke herd toar, Duke at; g lting c eianed. pressed oad McKinzie Oerttng & Co., wolesail oAjns prvml
lat Wtr~s~ a ^tj 1M > eIm Florida No. 9n2S. Also soeae anyone ePh"a On sho otic No.a L and retail ship chand'e-' ann groces I -:LAY ARMSTRONG.
at soaW SeeW tr a et rate o4 young pigs. 1 ix-montheIt- har, at & V1 t '"tov*emrgeam iL. r aeola. Pla the only Vi stV iaol hVi? of ne koin Prinkpa
an taewrt gagatea la are'o8med registered and transferred. Carl S; ;< in Pensocula. Fair A 'en to all.
oie-a ternifad. Chila,. Fl3 U Keepa r your system in good condition .. -:E 71ADE
a -Flo& SALS.-Fine Horses4 a&4ales and you need not fea any dise se Why u se ierior paper. Ie ve
A iU S m for sale at all times. Turpntinfe Pluto, the great StOwach healer forI can buy Ke orAL I'- tneh Dimicy, 0a. e, sy
M AIfor sle at all times Tra a e wholesale ad retail, by J 1 Kara Linen, or Crane's lWond at C. V. rot u ,n .
W operators' wants given speelal ate g Thomwons. 30 S. Patlfox. aUset in P
VANCEC MALL, NORTH OP AbE-tion. Call on or address DUlosa E .. Jhom9. .okii Wa -:
VILLE, N. ., C .OO, H.ALTY, X. PeneL Mai.ana. Fla. 4a*K1U ,s -aFsaa Keep your system in good condition! .rain shipments r.
ng CELLET TALtL ADDRESS J. PORT. autaker. 71 Sout an.d you need not fear any disease. same will go forw..'
e- 4N CS WANTD.-rouB to know that py" eaf 11am 1dD; d t ft L% ia9r Pluto, the great stomach healer, for us your orders for h
VANCE'R HALL ALEXAN3ER, N. C. buy aice, clean old papers a Ba test, awt, eaa stools sad hborM sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. PUi1 U L. U).
IfhEnt) Aie chesa. ma ann 11 a Me alm S&a Mc1ash. 14setlm. J- F. > baviS. Act.


Peussela, Ste Amadews ani
8WSlf Smshlp "g,
STZA MkR A*0,-0,V
W. C. BARROW, Mas1tr.


And all points on OL Ajndrewg *y,
Carrabelle and Apatahjcola.
Leave Pensacola Sunda, 8:30 p
U. Ir Mobile. Ala
Lree Pesacola, Tau 8;8 9 ,
m. for St. Andrews, Milllvle, Ape.
la8ebleta, Carrabelle and IntWmedilft
Ir additional IforrmatLom aO W ,
B. R. COBB. Predeamt
Goft. ar d PasA. Aft
Pensacola. Fla
ummw "....m

L &L1, E.e T
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j. atm
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., P 191 4R C L S JQ ~ Rt#*,v6,, "jP AY *y8d M 06TOBEb LR 27,' 1905

PAO bava"

q-1 Aw -- -

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.. -A


IVs lOways


In buyina Clothes to have
a large stock to select
from. Our store gives
you a decided advantage
alon th s lae, or ours
is the largest stock in
West Floriok, and then,
another d4vintage is
"Tbey're all wool" and
taat goes a log ways in
the wear well and look
well qualities. We ee-
pecially ask you to see

$15.00 Suits
They're aS -it pemnees.




Sat 10 a m., appointing Brother J. B. quarry interests of Georgia are ben lag*r or
Glen. Jr.. as D. K. of i. & S. Sena- more freely exploited, there being a M Millan UB s C.v Bonheur, Nor bk, Anderso
tor Wilson delivered a lecture on y- company that state M mufCttu ., IFleetwood to Southern State
ITthIaniPm and the duties of ofcers with $300,000 Lusa her Co.
.pc6ialiNS in MMn'C ear and members that was listened to ith 300.00 capital. From Louisiana MOBI LE. ALASAMA. Dharwar, Swd. Bk., 1271,
with naarked interest and appreia- comes the record of a $750,000 land ---- Antwerp, to Pitch Pine Lumb
20O52C S. Palafo. lion. After transa-ting such .1J"- company. Missouri reports a long Nor. bk. Ebenezer, 771, Qua
ness as came before Lodge adjourn- list, among which may be-mentioned fwA S London
Sme was taken until 4 p. m. two mining companies of $100.000 cap- bk Gesin, 1375, Fal
At the afternoon session the D. G. italization each. Oklahoma presents Hamburg
C. Instructed the delagates and vist- three new mining companies at $3,- Naval Storee Maeket. Nor. bk. E J. Spicer Capt.
S ing brethern in the scret work c 000,000 $1.000.000 and $500.000 respec- Savannah, Ga., Oct. 26.-The naval sen, LaGuayra, Keyser & Co.,
the order, ani other matters of in- tively, and one of $1.000.000. So on stores market closed to-day tol- Nor. bk. East Craft 148,
Sterst were looked after. The meet throughout the list of states it will lows: from Dublin to Master.
ing adjourned to meet the train to be seen that money Is fairly flowing W ...........................5.50 Nor. bk. Mocco, 1052, Ellifr<
Welcome the visiting brethern. then into the south and being invested in WG .... ..................5 40 verpool. to Alex Zelus.
the entire body consisting of aboui ihe development of natural resources' N ........ ... .......... 5 30 Pruno, Ital bk, Gibelli, 12
130 Knights and citizens proceeded to and the production of manufactured M ...... .... 5 20 werp to order
the banquet hall where the ladies had I articles. The Traesan's list of new K .. .. .. .. .. .............. 05 Smeroe, Nor bk, Olsen, 9
Prepared one of the most bountuttl industries for .this week is as follows: .. ....................... 85 ground to A. Zelius.
Irepasts Alabama. .H.......... ... ..........4 J0 Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerso
magnificent. Japanese lanterns, num- Sheeield--$10.000 brick and :lie ....................4 70 Wildwood, Nor. bk., Nilso
berless bouquets of flower. 'endk:ss company. E ........................4 36 Troon to A. Zellus.
o f Bl o od wreaths of Holly. tall pyramids of Elba-Store company. .... 4 15 6-- -"-"
golden oranges and rosy cheeked Birminghamr-LnaiQ company. C .......................4 05 Baren nea.
i i m apples added greatly to the effect. Mobile--45000 lumber company; irits Turpentine, 68 cents. CAlfa, Danish Bktn, 271, Ra
Too much credit cannot be given their $50,000 lumber mill company. eara, Brail.
h &C k1id* ladies who so kindly arranged thei Alexander-Grist mill. "o--- *eoorsl.
Sentertaiament. Mayor Buell Cook' Opelika--Grist mill and cotton gin. COTTON f. w. Mills, Am sch, Mailm
nysW id Is flterad delivered an address of welcome In Brighton-$8,000 water works. U I IU Havana, to J. A. Merritt & C
and pnifi&L In behalf of the city and two Lodges. Arkansas. The following cotton quotations are Bima, Br sch, Henebery,
after paying a glowing tribute to tne Hot Springs-$10,000 acetylene gas reported for The Journal daily by C. vaan.
r tht h hem ladies, gave the floor to Brother E company. Gunter Elmore, F. O. B. cotton broker, Hjalmar, Am sch, Axc!san,
S. Cravens Mbster of Ceremonies, Hamburg-$25,000 lumber com-,Pensacola, Fla.: West to Gulf Transit Co.
ON"S 11 0p1* who invoked the Divine Blessing. Al. pany. Good M-aling.. ...............10%
Knights joined in singing the Ode of Argenta-$65.000 water works and Strict Middling.. .... .......10% CARPENTERS.
f(m tblCir dues Welcome, after which each Knight electric light plant. Middling.. .. ... ............10 A special meeting of Union
properly y Car and visitor nroceedod to entertain Fort Smith-Coal mining company. Strict Low Middlin.. .. .... 9 Cr J. of A., Friday evening,
himself assisted by the ladies in pas- Keener-Investment and improve- Stains and Tinges % to 1 cents lower p. m Full attendance request
should be taken sing the refreshments. ment company. L. RmED"NBA
to i hr in M After the supper Senator C. L. Florida. New York Quotations. 2ts Preo
Wilson delivered an address thank- Fernandina-$60.000 gas plant. Nw Y Olowt
Sm h"0 ing the ladies, the Knights and cit'- Georgr. New York, Oct. 264.'. he following
zens for preparing so beautiful a re- Sparta-$12.000 electric light plant. are the ruling cottea quotatlona to- UY COAL NOW.
dftio. SIf y7 arc ception. saying among other comll- avannah-$100,000 artificial stone day: This is the last week of
uffr fmentary things that Chipley never and plaster factory. Op..en Clos prices o coal. Buy now and
did things by halves. Augusta-$5.000 broom factory. anuary.. ... .... 10.55 10.45t of low prices. Consumer
T trouble, tr Among the prominent visitors who Blberton--300,000 granite com-December...... .10.51 10.33 Fel Co., Chase and Tarragoi
were not members of the order were pany. 9.iverpl Quotatios.
SH. L. Oovngton. 0. L. Bass, J. A. Atlanta-$10,000 construction com Lver ooi Qua
Avant, Mr. Peacock. of Pensacola. S. pany. L1,erpoo, Oct. 26.-T-he following are Hooton's Pharmacy-the BI
SA. Alford. I.. E. Miller. A. J. Gav and Cartersville-Saw mill (near.) the ruling cotton quotations for today: of prompt delivery. Open all
F. F.-Vticher, of Chpley. Waycross-$50,000 electric light I Open Close Phone 1100.
After hearing so many speeches plant. Oct.-Nov.. ..........5.65
I complimentary to the ladies the Tallapoosa-$10.000 electric light Dec.-Jan............ 5.74
Knights retired to their Castle IHal p:ant. Feb.-Mar.. ...... .. .. 6.76 moee as sw imaw s.
e n | where Major W. 0. Butler madl an! Kentucky. IApr.-May.. .. .. ..... 5.79 Deer and horses rank next
*address of welcome to the visiting Hillside--$50.000 mining company; June-July.. 5.31 In swimming powers. Dee
SKnights. followed by Senator Wilson $300.000 coal mining company. Nov.-Dec ............ 5.66 rapidly and gracefully, and 1
Maovr Cook and others. After exem-i Paducah--100.000 pottery. uncommon for them to cove
L ir a n paying the work in the Second and Hall-3.0 coal mining company elctrc manufacturing tance of ten or even fifteen
Third ranks. candida' having been15,000 telephone company. n electric m the water. Hores are power
K * in waiting for the occasion, the meet- Bentley-$10,000 oil and gas comrn- onicello- telephone sys. mers and have none of the
K id nu re0 telephone s men, and have none of the
S doureLouisiana. a toward entering the water v
SACARD. Covlngton-$30.000 ice and cold stor- Ritchley-Telephone system, often shown even by animal
is c y ta al du ag company. Knasas City-Construction com- can swim well when forced
TII Is is to certify thaU all druggtts8 .. .. .o... ......
T New Orleans-$750,000 land com- pany. number of horses that were
k id ney C u re are authorized to refund your moneyC ._ racemi and. brr orectivetcompany.
areif autey's Honey and aroufa o pany. Mississippi. Carterville-Zine company, a on the American side of the
and yu will never c Mississippi. Carthage--25,000 mining company; rivee once swam in company)
S W ctto cure your cough or cold. It stops t c! Jackson--N10.000 marble an' granite mining and prospective company. this broad stream in order t
tcouge i heal the lungs and preventworks. alena- ine; stamp mill. to their old stables. It m
serious results from a -old. Cures works to their old stable. It may b
grippe cough and prevents pneumonia Crih-u5. lin w legh-$10,000 building and loan to know that in crossing a
and consumption. Contains no opi I H! minin on imany water with a horse the best
aes. T nune n yJoplin-$100.000 mining company; company.
For Sale by ates The genuine is in a yellow pack- $100000 i mininan y High Point-$50,000 organ and piano f the horse is expected to sm
Sage. Referugibsti ptutes W. A. D'A- St. Louis -$50.000 manufacturing factory; furniture factory. considerable distance, is to sl
ennribert. Druggist and apothecary. company: $50.000 manufacturing com Durham-$10.000 laundry. his back. hold the animal lig
Maxton-$25,000 warehcfse com-; the tail and allow it to tow yoi
T BU COAL NOW. pany. i This relieves the horse of the
SThis is the last week of summer Concord-$25.000 milling company. of the body and enables him
0 prices on clal. Bun now and get ben- Monroe--$10.000 fertilizer factory, faster and much farther tha
SG Ce L fit of low prices. Consumers Ice & a II ea Reidsville-Mining, milling and de- wise would be the case.
SFiel Co.. Chast .an: Tarragona. Phone velopment company.
V. J. VIDAl MaarM 2 2oct5-. Oi Graham-$25,000 cotton mill.
smalms Lenoir-Electric lig., plant. "A dose in time saves lives
Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace Oklahoma. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup;
Ile and Facy Grerle.( of prompt delivery. Open all night Guthrie--3,000,000 copper mining) remedy for coughs, colds, pu
a - Phone 1100. company; $500,000 mining company; diseases of every sort.
r,. r- ra. .... We have the Hats, $1.000,000 mining company; $100,000
NMrw00 r111 11 G manufacturing company.
SS KFV WF^ I IITFC the Heads ar YoulJ. Prgue-Manufacturing company. company.
Pho* 72 IKE WEST IW I ES us. nyder-$25.000 lumber company. San Angelo-$32.000 hardwa
Just received-Mackerel, Spare Rib, Asher-$10.000 hardware company, pany.
Rolled Boneless Corned Beef, Co Stillwater-$6,000 .hardware .com- Clifton-$10.000 milling corn
Fish, New Raisis,l Hkerng in K c-, II PRESIt Wi be to ..ut pany: $1.000.000 oil and gas company. Olive-$100,000 lumber corn
Dried Herring. Black Olives, S It Wil Dl T lO IUlltll Enid-S25.000 laundry. Batson-$25,000 oil company:
Nymph Cod Fish, Hallibut, Bloater. t ptth Oklahoma Cty-100,000 manufe Beaumont-Stove foundry;
Spanish Onions, Olives in Keg,. D ll I nterest to d em turning company; $59.000 mining cor- inly.
Pickles. Black Greek Olives, Sauer ISLAND CITY WANTS HIM TO together. pany: $25,000 coop factory. Dallas- 5.009 company to
Krant, Sota Pickles. Francis Legget THROW FIRST SPADE OF Watonga-$20,000 creamery and Ic picturee electrical fixtures.
& Co.'s Celebrated Brand of Canned T factory. Forth Worth-$50.000 water
Gods. Asparatus an1 Tips. Lobsters EARTH FOR EAST COAST irederick-$25,000 supply company. $100.000 packing plant.
Salmon. Shrimp, Oysters, Clams. Im- | Custer City--10,000 lumber con- El Paso--45,000 repair shop
ported Snrdiner, lalkn Cheese. lLai- IMPROVEMENTS. You'!! hear men say. and we
orted Sardipes. Italian Cannheese. Italoos. believe it's true that this store pan; $25.000 mill an' elevator com- Virginia.
ai Paste BeSpans. Red Beans.ned Goods.B r does tle Hat business of Pen- pany. Winchester-Telephone cornm
White Beans. Red Beans. B r o e t r not, wre Lwton--12000 creamery. Harrisburg-$25,000 sash a-
ns Everyth!ng nw and fresh. The Tampa Tribune ays: The cereal o or not, we're-- South Carolina. company.
No, C,4. 60(, 6'4 S Palafox S'. .citiztns of Key Wes have requested Sumter-$6,000 lumber company; Richmond-$10,000 factory
I* -. -. the Presidcnt of the UI'nit.d Sa'tes, M *h bottling works. extracts and oruggists' special
S to inauiura; th.. work on the Key: II t V 1 t Columbia-Gas plant. Meadow View-$50,000 milli
W-ld n, i of ih. ,,ori,da East Coast Strb We know of. Bishopvile-$17,o00 lumber com- pany.
| S4 l lalK E R-:!l roa; 'o' c.:n-nect K"e West to tne 9 pany. Chase City--S100,000 tobacco
Iniainla:1 a> :-; hrowing the first We-re ready to satf ery Sellers-Band saw mill. pany.
painla:d b,' :'a; h, e! wing ratlrha at Key're ready to satIsfy ever Gaffney-$5,000 bottiing works. Norfolk--414.000 building cw
I o- -: Tl H. a Offi oi r oft New r demanas for the New Fall Styles. Tennessee. $50,000 land company.
ON l.ans T -+ al h Oer o est r ats n te newfto Johnson City.v--15,o00 lumber corn- Ontaro-Flourin mill.
leins ha.~ reld t!,aT 'il;t e P,'Jr- from $1.50 to $t3.50. Soft Hats psny. West Virginia.
ent will Tak pa"a i ~c es- in all the new shapes and Rankin-Grit mill. Parsons-$100,000 lumber c
pratiqute. in 1. o0t :h f.c: tha' .he shade from $350. Bristol-$35.000 ice factory. Mason-$10,000 coal minin
FRCAN C ES r ,.'.idett. ha i at the m(outr e Bearden-Grist mill. pany.
o hC ~ s,1 an ihe Flo']ida Mt. Pleasant-Fertiliger factory. Fairmont--$25.000 company
__:a:_ I__',; ,:t ..:t. :,.-n,, quara,- Jamestown--rist mill. ufaeture box ear loaders.
-- I taa.(A. : ac -'.-" 1,;, i .i. gclan qIu H 0 iN a SON W Wnchester---Grist mill. Huntington---Sand and gray
Sof hta '-. : i ;t: < ": ui M:'i :e Mis-. Cookville-Grain elevator. pany.
.1 : Graveston--Grist mill. Cbarleston--25,000 lumber
I: ;. Lb> :. a he Pres;ilent wili CASH CLOTHIER Memphis--25.000 land company, pany.
Attention, Teacher. th invttaL;mn ho 297 Paris-Tobacco rehandling plant. Parkersburg-$O100.000 gas
unless we have later instruct ion Texas. Wilhlamson-10,000 distiller

School will open in Pensaeola Nov, ::- Hooton's Pharmacy-the Birthplace COr. Main aMd Pajlfa Sts Thorndale--410,000 hardware com- Wbeelng--z,u u t0 e
ber 1, 19.. cf prompt delivery. Open all night pany.Bridgeport-Telephone sy
1N. B. COOK. I Phone li0. I j Houton--$10,000 building and lo0a Kenova-$10,00 lumber com
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No Greater Mistake


Henry I. Covlngtoa,
J. M. Pfelffer.
Bryan Dunwody,
Frank Teilly,
W. S. Roasco,
T. F. McGourln,
F. IL Brawmer,
C. W. LImar,
J. R. Saunde',"

8. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr.,
O. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawthon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannsa
McKenzie Oertkg
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Cov!ngton.

Acout olf ganks, Indivduas,, CorporJtions, and FIrmn Solicfte
Iew per cent. mterset paid on Time Depoeits.

WM. I. KNOWIM, President
THOS. W. BRMtT. Ast. Cashilr.


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W. K. HYIR, JR.. V.-Pres. and Cashier
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier.

First National Bank
@1 Peuncila, Fla,

D*lws ORS P. C Brent, W. A. Blount, Wn. H. Knowleso
V. IC Hycr, Jr., D. G. Brent

Foreign and Doaestic Exchange Bought and Saod

We draw our own Bills if Ex-

Vesels disbursed upon the met

miles in change on Groat ritain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their obil-
ul swim- Germany, France Auotria, Italy, gations taken payaple at Port of
aversion! Holland, Spain, elgium, Russia, .it.n
which is Norway, Swden, Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Vw
a which other European euntrie. sel Arrives there.
to. Ai
pastred Safety Depoi t Bowe For Rnt, in Connction with which we
Ngacros have Private Departnunt for the use of Renters.
o return
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J. S. RZEaPreidet. U.w W. MUNXFI. Cashier.
t. M. CARY, Vice-Presdent.
DiremtorS-L, J. Rw J. Rees", W. DeC. Koeular R CM. ay,
W. A. A IAmerte, T. A. Jonning

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SSThey say, to ee the new Delta, Dutch as, Dekkle, for Calias.i
moon over the rtUht should t Nperlands, Dutch as, tuerca, ior
AT OF w Wder. It' a lucky thing Haimbur&
too that there's a lau- Garibaldi, Ital bk, Agene, for Buen-
dry in thi city that men os Ayres.
cen depend upon to laun- Levaine, Br ss, Anderson, Genoa.
SL Ider their linen in an ar- Kaiser, Ger ship, Martin, Bremen.
tistic and satisfactory
manner always. In Peu- VESULS IN PORT.
Li I I DU Ttsacola its the tal b. e
MeS Pl ist Cal % dv Showi ng SMadeDbring Cimbria, Dan as, Hansen, Hamburg'-
CShw The Star Steam to Gu" transitt -Co.
as Eiped &c=shW Week JWst Passne in Harold. Nor as, 1435, AOS, Lo3don.
jMW-hltf I Oie Land. La nd 1364, Gulfport to the W. S. Keyser Co.
b r 7 E. Garden St. Phone 114. Hatasn, Br. s, Peters, 2298, Nc rfolk
.PenaacolaFla. to Master.
S.Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 26. -The Br. ss. Labella. Palmer, from Vera
Social The Jounl. Chttanooga, Tenn., Oct. 26.-The Cruz, to W. S. Keyser & Co.
Chlpley, Oct. 26.-The Ave Lodges Southern states make a most wonder- --- Saturnina, Span as ,Eengoa, Liver-!
comprising the Second District of ful showing, from an industrial stand- P Aool to Gulf Transit Co.
Florida met pursuant to call from point, for the week ending Thursday S Sheppy Allison, Br ss, WIlliams,
District Grand Chancelor C. L. Wil- as will be seen by a study of the Under New Management Tugela, Br s Lacock, 2148, Vera
son at the Hall of Washington Lodge following list of new industries estab.- A delightful resort immune from Cru to H. Baars & Co.
number 73. 'The Lodges represented liabed during the week as compiled fever, offers to refugees elegant ac- Vivina, Span as, Bustinsa, 1988, 1Lv.
were Jackson No. 47 of Marianna. .and authorized by The Tradesman. comm ati ons and board at $25 per erpool, to Gulf Transit Co.
Jefferson No. 61 of Sneads, Washing-: Each of the states is represented in th 7.0 per week. Everythinghp
ton No. 72 of Chipley, New Hope No. the list by many new concerns which t-clNor. ship ala, 124, Andreusen
77 of Chipley and Graceville No. 83 are heavily capitalized, while the va from Leith, to Master.
of Graceville. All ILodges had a funT .
delegation in attendance. D. G. C. riety of these inoustries lends signi- p T STILLS io Jaerio to Ro' Bros.aule,
Wilson canll the Bme-in to order iant Interest to the situation. The. URPENTINE STILLS. from Rio Jaerio to Raco Bros.






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Than y ev ltgi the question of Insurance. whether Fire or
Life. Between two suns the greatest fires the country has ever
seem has ocuV d between two suns the angel of death

Insurance, |Ut l|&m Gesn 1 Agts
Fire, Lie.o wlesBros. Pensacola

The WUion Central Life

Sa lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
ateret rate than any company doing business Ina Florida
M 14 1 ay for you to decide the rLt.

S Wlliams, General Agent

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Iron Works and Supply Co.
Maauatcturers and Repairers of
Prompt attention given to all orders, :ay or eightt Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chais of all deacrlptions.
Offit Phone 13. PHIL WITTMAN. MOr.
Reolden. Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.

No. 5603.
H. L COVINOTON, PresideMt M. L CLARK, Cashler.
C. W. LAAltR Wte-Presfdeit JNO. PrEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.

Capital Stook, $200,000 Surplus, S40.000
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