The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r N MA CAN l lrDught Will;Not Be Made Public, However_ Until ON'tHErstAND T. Important Article. on International Situation HIS o OVl t lifE


g on in i Senate by Message ,' Approved by Superintendent Vice-President of Standand t Oil in ,Connectionith\ the Moroccan Suicide by Both Bullet and Poison

from President t Inviting Sands, of Naval Academy. Evidences a Yery tyjeakMP.morv ',.: Affair by Former Minister Verdict of Coroner New

Closest Scrutiny.MERCHANT Y. ............. :. x Haven:Mystery.
By Associated Press cleared for'the consideration of-a i By Associated Press. victorious, tlr3 writer -asserts, Europe
Annapolis Jan. 8-The courtmar- verdict. '! \ Rome, \VJan 8.-A former cabinet would have to cede supremacy in civilization -
Hal tryin's :Midshipman: Petterson B. The next midshipman to be tried to America and' Japan, who
MARINE ::Marzoni of Pensncola. Fla., charged will be Stephen Decatur, :Jr., a member WOULDN'T ,ANSWER minister, who, is a statesman of note would become nominators of weak. ALABAMA DOCTOR
With six instances of hazing was con of the first class who has already and likely to return to power has and discourage Europe. Germany and

tinued t-day. The only witness introduced bejn tried and acquitted.., The new i written' an I important article on the I Great Britain cannot wish this he -
was Prof. Brown of the ti'e- cases against him include two I international situation in connection; says, and consequently they probably: :
'pratment of mathematics, ,who was charges {, with the Morroccan affair in which he will come to some understanding.
Shipping Bill and Dominican Affairs : put on by the defense. His testimonywas It was announced at two thirty, Questions as to Stock|Owned by 'says the real antagonism is between Tried to End His Life With Mor-

i objected to a* Irrelevant, and the that a verdict had been reached tnt'| Germany and Great Britian. WILL NOT SEND FLEETTO
Also Considered. ,i objection was sustained. Th defense Marzoni's case!' but it will not be Standard Mo op'oly. War between these two countries, THE MEDITTERRANEAN; phine and Chloroform,
.. then closed not introducingany made public until it has secured the he points out, would have dreadful effects
witnesses In rebuttal approval: of Admiral. Sands superiu- as it necessarily would involve Berlin, Jan. 8.-The Foreign office

DISCUSSION IN HOUSE ON I Soon after noon the court was Undent of the naval academy. LITTLE PROGRESS M'PE'8Y ATTORNEY other powers, leading to' a retrogres- says Germany will no: send any war REMOVED TO BELLEVUE HOSPIT.
SHORT sion of centuries. Whichever side is ships to Mediterranean an waters.






By Asaociahd'Preuuo' By Associated Press.

New York Jan.' '8.-Henry H. New Haven Conn., Jan. .-Sulcida':

By Associated Press. OFFICERS f MEET ringers, vice-president bfi; '{he. Standard by means of both bullet and poison is

Washington, Jan. .-The Senate Oil Co.. of Nsw Jersey and director LIST NIGHT HURT the explanation given by Coroner Eli

gave at-estion to-day to the Panama i I Indiana of, which the Standard Attorney-general fOil Co.Hatflej of Mix of the death- of Charles A. Edvardfe .

Canal the tituation in Santa Domingo : l j is trying to ,oust from,,) of New York city at the Abi.

sad toe Merchant Marine.. shipping 'I'was 'again on the .witness"- IIS8Our"l r gal Illller 'homestead here on Tues.
Fifth Annual t
Enthusiastic of
interesting Meet Meeting t Interstate r
Uli: fiay. Mr. Hadley took?up Degrees Conductor McNair Fell from Car day night last This finding is contained
in con .1t ocly two points; Whether'the Standard Temperature Dropped Many in '
The Canal question came up a preliminary report tc
ing Held that Placeon Sugar Cane Growers'Association. Oil Company of Indiana has '
the au I State Attorney Williams and is based
section With a message from president office in 26 Broadway this city, where During the Ni g ht--Colder and Rendered Unconsciousfor in part on the discovery of morphino
in which he invited the closest the Standard Oil Co.. oft-New Jersey
I Friday Night in th? body of Mr. Edwards by medical
scrutiny to all that ,had been done by! has it's offices; and whether the Stan Weather To-da y. I Short Time. examiner Bartlett and sur:eous t
lard Oil Co., of New Jersey' owes or II
government on the Isthmus. Mr. I who performed the autopsy The
The the text Special to The Journal. I The fifth annual meting of the Interstate controls a majority of thV tock of the -- i finding is supported by some portion
this utterance
Gorman: made Sugar Cane Growers' Association -. Standard? Oil Co.-, of.1ndiana, the Weather conditions took -a decided Conductor McNair who has chargeof of the evidence taken eo: the inquest
speech, in which he criticised Century, Jan. 8':-Century: Lodge Wat era-Pierce Oil-. Co., Jof,. Missouri +
for ,
a is to convene in Mob a on' change In Pensacola last night, ana the pasenger dummy running between which extender through five days arid '
the salaries paid for work in cou- No. 81. K. of P., held a very ''interest February 7 for a session o( three and the Republkj Oil Ox, of New in the space of a few hours the then Tensacola and Fort Barrancas which has not yet been completed. '
umion with the canal and urged a firs and' enthusiastic; meeting in their days The meeting will be under the York. S ::, I mometer had dropped until it was >i.
congressional inquiry He said the pretty Castle Hail Friday night: Jan. auspices of the; Mobile, CommercialClub. Mr. Rogcrfs, said he di President was as much to blame as I I that the Indiana company>had officesat hovering very near the freezing point. and narrowly escaped death SUICIDE
5th a number of prominent Pythians
Congress for his assumption of conuol The Committee is arranging a pro, 2+; Broadway; 'that he sjjpposetf its: The change was somewhat unexpected The conductor fell from the plat-1
mistake being present, C, .C. S.V. Young-.gramme and of the best informed affairs conducted in Indiana and New Jan. 8
of the Isthmus and the chief eorne are although the weather bureau form of one of the ears as he -was York. <-Dr. R. W.
mate was when congress released blood presided; ,an4 -the meetlpg was' practical and scientific sugar ('ane'''that he imagined SJamqp ";A, Moffatt, had received Information. durin'g the Sleg.v aW to be a graduate of Vanderbilt -
t its!I hold upon canal Affairs;.. called, to order al. 8 p. m. 1 glowers of '-the United States vCl' be'::'president t of the:StandafiJU3n"t3p, of; : passing- 'from one to the other collecting and Columbia University and'e
The Dominican discussion" arose on Prayer ,Offered by Prelate W... present, and the-"pe1>plf'>. will indeed I t Indiana, Lad an office at 26 Broadway/ day todisplay.be northwest Storm fares: and in falling struck a 6*. a family"prominent NashvIKie! ?
a revolution by- .)lr. Tillman making was' be well paid by attending.' Such :i l-ut 'that heIr.( Rogers) was never warning signals! I telegraph cost on the side of the'track, !Tennl:, attempted to commit suieldo f, ,
inqulrj of the president concerningthe C. Weaver of No. 81. The address 0(1 prominent speakers 'as Hon. Secretary -' in there. This was done and the shipping interests rendering 'him' unconscious. af the Auburn Hotel Broadway and)
Island welcome was made by C. C, S. Wilson, of the U. S. Agricultural;, Mr. JlDgers declined to answer for I Thirty-nintn street, some time' Sunday i
of affairs in the re were prepared the high
g'atus '
basisfor Youngblood bf No. 81,- who in some Department Dr. H. W. Wiley, 'Chief nuestions as to whether the Standard The dummy was leaving the navy night by, taking a mixture: of chloroform :
Th resolution was rind which :
a reached here about 7
public. whichvas well expressed, remarks introducd ot Bureau of Chemistry Hon. John J:: Oil Co., of New Jersey owns stock of' : yard on its last trip .when the ] and morphine. He. was raaov '
a speech by Mr. Raynor G V. C. Henry Horsier who addressed Dymond, "Louisiana, Dr. Stubhs of1:; the other companies. which Mr., Had- o clock. ttie ductor passed from one .of the newt,f>d to Bellevue Hospital to-day wherp' '
initial the Senate.He I in' rain began
his effort in Early night a slight -
them the good of the Pjlhian -
upon the Louisiana 'Sugar. Experimental]i Jley alleges have combined.! to stifle : physician say he. cannot recover
for noninterference to fall cars to one of the old ones. There ,
anat accompanying j
made an argument :order The next speaker was .D. D. I3taUon, Capt. R. E. Rose, State Chem::'$Gtn petition,, in Missouri. t i Dr: Steger took poison after leaving :.
bthe United States in the G. C. Scott M. Lpftin who deliverer and the high wind\ came the chants is a difference in the height of the,
1st of FlorfaX Hon. D. G. Purse of Savannah ,.< a note saying had suffers I w
tffairs of otlur countries in the western -beautiful and vimpfesslve, address Ga.. the governors; of Louisiana ill OOt1dittons. It is expected by some platforms and in making the step from ici3al'! and homicidal mania. +
hemisphere, except in, cases involving I upon the cordinal principle of the K. Alabama, Mississippi, Florida,,: also their neighbors and their, wives that to-day will' be ode.;of the coldestof I down he lost his balance and fell. It for' years and that lie could not bear ,.;
efforts to appropriate terri of P. order friendship: charity and and; South Carolina, and a number of'gill welcome as they will receive the" year The prediction troLl( is supposed that he saw that he was, the' sutrerin'; longer. He wilted hi* '!''
tory. benevolence. His address was other distinguished gentlemen will ad- much Instruction and will thereby bs Washington is that it will b; fair and going to fall and threw' himself, as far,[.body to the college of Physicians and
Mr. Gallenger opened the debate on II II !listened! with marked attention and ;dress this convention. All are earnestly benefited and especially! those who cold. as possible from toe track. Unfortunately .I|. Surgeons of Columbia' University. It: i r;
the Merchant Marine Shipping bill.!I"as enthusiastically received. Responses I requested to take part in the are interested in the cultivation of 'Weather Conditions.In there was a telegraph pole lit said he was' born at or near Hunts- ..r(
He said the entire cost of the proposed I were made' by C. C, Young i deliberations of the' convention and' sugar' .cane his daily bulletin, issued yester- alongside of the track 'and his head vJlle. Ala. :.t'
subsidy for the ten years contem-i{' blood: Prelate W. C. Weaver.. P. C struct this,*rendering him unconscious j' .
yau! l would t t 1 be about forty million}j>i W. H. Mitchell Dr. Solly, Dr. O. for a space of about ten' minutes. I
do'lars. II I Gynn J, S. Henry D. T. Dey. Dr. Tuprv11le >A number of passengers sari the UNITED STATES .
and many other brethren. conductor as he fell and jumped oft
Tariff Discussion {I I After the meeting the public installation the train which 'was flagged down.
of the newly elected officers AELUwts D After reviving Conductor McNair proceeded I r 1,
Washington Jan. 8.-With over four I( .
:: took place. 'The installation cer NC,! MCI2NINywRHI with Ms duties; but will show
hours devoted to the District .of Columbia Cl. V. C., FIRnS is "r
I I I irony was performed py_ f' 4 / Ear / the marks of the fall for sOme days.
there was left but half an hour assisted' by D. D. G.
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to be devoted to tariff discussion.
Grand' Prelate
Loftin as
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This was utilized by :Mr.: Sullivan of and P. C. W. H. Mitchell as Grand! NEGOTIATIONS OF AND JURIES, WERE .' '
Massachusetts! who spoke strongly for, Master-at-Arms. Tfa* installation .
tariff revision from a democratic ceremony was very impressive. Fol- ] COlVIPAIVYFOR EMPANELED AND PRO ,1 t{
standpoint He maintained that Mr.I lowing are the newly installed officers ASPHALT CEDED TO WORK. *y) '
Payne (New York) had shown there i of No. 81 tor the ensuing year:

vas no necessity" for the protection i C C. -N. ,R. Wlllhelnu A 6G a
of American labor and combatted the'I V. C.-L. N. Strickland. SETTLEMENT TO DIFFERENCES .
Idea that the balance of foreign traden p.-W. a Weaver. i f' r The Uanuary term of flits United 't
favor of the United States was any :M: W.-Jack Nickels e ks r. WITH VENEZUELAHAVE States court. Judge Charles Swayne a, ;
argument for prosperity due to the M.atArms.Jerry Jackson. } presiding convened in Pensacola yesterday :"
Dingle tariff. K. of R. and S.-O. W. Youngblood.M I FAILED, COM morning. As usual a large '
of F.-O. B. J ter. PLETELY. number of witnesses and jurors are ,tin

Expulsion of a Mother.Washington M. of E.-W, P. Dey. ,, \ the city, coming from points la
I. G P. E. Moore. this section.
Jan. 8.-Representative +
W. Berwick. S The business of the court yesterday '
I O. G.-E.
Sheppard of Texas to-day introduced i Grand Lodge Representatives By Associated Press. : was principally! organizing the
a resolution providing for a committee C. Weaver and W. M. Diamond./ I Jr Washington Jan. Secretary Juries. When the regular venire was
consisting of republicans and AltE'rnates-B.t'W.. Youngblood and Root has been notified of the compete rcatf a n umber.wertI reported B.St being ,
democrats from the House to investigate -I i, W 'T. Black : failure of negotiations in Cara- absent or could not be found and -
tae "recent violent expulsion of I Xfter tb? installation ceremony the cas involving a settlement' the ia- It was necessary to issue! a specltl to'- i
*n American mother from the White social gathering was greatly enjoyed t t sues between the Bermuda Asphalt 'fill out the panel. : a
Housf( offices and grounds by execute f i and a cordial welcome extended to l Company, and Venezuelan: government I The grand jury was empanelled and -
officials while she was seeking 1 aU! who had the pleasure of atten::ing. and of the departure of the proceeded at once (d Investigate '
an audience with the president. The'I These two beautiful features exhibited i company's treasurer, Clyde Blown 'uses broli,1bt.before tba body. '
s resolution provides for a committee to\ that: "Fraternity. ', Means Some- ,ra = t from Caracas. Mr. Root tb refort:1cdlE'd i' But little was done by the petit i,
.Eire power to summon witnEsses: -PAST upon Mr. Calhoun. the presi-.IJjuriea, after being empanelled, two = ; 1
Representative! Sheppard in speakinG:I tblng"Our guests, the ladles and other dent's commissioner for a report onj.cases being placed on trial, both of
on kis resolution said the occurrence friends who ,graced' tae ,meeting r'- the controversy; an a basis! for immed which were in conneetion''fh selling rt
hleh rauied the resolution was a and Century Lodge NO. 81 held ate action 1 by the ilt'partment.It is liquor! without a'license., ,
"!Eolation hf eveiy S. ntimnt that glo-' tired attended convention and thewell likely the report will be submitted to It Is not expected that the term ,
rides American manhood and America : a show.d wonderful progress fRlrE2inGNIArH congress and some line of action. will to a very lengthy one, as there
: chivalry. He 'ld "the brutal'i: for rE'ports: No, 81. The membership\ is :1"0\\- $t1ft / wnaY Taaatet E711AT recommended. is not a large criminal docket.

'l'utJ11f'llt of this Lady, who was act j ing steadily. Many nice things wer2f and I j COLO ti+'E/1TNEQ
"tg wUhin her rights to beomraeeous Pens1Cola. knights fEEt.ADRAakNTr !
seems said about
clearl yemonstratei'.bo MO
: andJndt'ff'n5Ibl' ." the expressions of Iioo will day morning Weather Reed ,
,ba.uUfut tJl.e said: -
d ord&r' wer,. ZO.OELOW.2tRo "A trough of low pressure is observed :
of the Pythlan TO
\WILL REBUILD Lodge Nos 81 will sE'n aCentury AT EEDlrtt;, TMb1to S from southern Mississippi, to
delegates ,to the,'dIstrict pleetmgI 4.30 lfi 7)F sr western Virginia, causing light
I w.b held in MGto I.., 'TbursMT' Jan rain in Tenne ee. which has turned 0
/VPALACHICOLA/ I to ? to snow at Memphis!anal' snow is fall- FUGITIVE,, PRESIDENT OF SAN
I uary IS .bre hen' ar always Ing from, easternMissouri" 'northeast- f ,
Pensacola .
i Our wh4ti yoU ('an ?the ward over New York.; The' country DOMINGO ANXIOUS TO MAKE
Apalachicola) ( Jan s.-it is tinier-welcome.I Come the cutaidiD 1e" attrh from the middle and southt>t'n' plateau I
"'<*> new rE's will soon; and at our homes. : regions to the lake regions is under
k Castle Ran
erected to take the places of those our prosperous New Ye11'I the influence of marked high pre MENT.
jproyed; in the big fire of Monday I \ hippy and sure where fair and extremely cold !
all. f
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I weather prevails: temperatures i
The city council has passed an or- BUSINESS -: \ ". the middle Rocky Mountain districts
rtnance: establishing fire limits em-!IFOR DOING THOUT'IjCENSE, and, eastward throughout the upper By Associated Press rot
yncing! the business portion of the I W. Missouri'e.nd Mississippi valleys Washington Jan. 8.-The State Department
sit" and 1 the- erection of wooden arrested' { tW'o! : : range from Zero to 18 degrees beiow. : ...as. advised today from
t4ldings!,! within these limits is pro- The Postrangers lice yesterday K J. hea.1Ker t : This cold wave Is advancing rapWly Santo Domingo that the government
t..vltej A.fletzn rand businsswithout \ tin and the winds on the! West Florida there was inclined to accept tb* -pry- ,,
the charge of doing "" northwestthis o( President Morales to twrren- t
upon -Pt ii ccist will shift to high posal
Crazy Woman in Jail., a license: ''t sold a TIN ;, : afternoon or tonight and will der his forces and quit the.: rejm'-ljc: :
Au named Metzner I.s alleged 'lo have -. ., ha attended by a sharp fall In temperature if not arrested or tried' on the charge ,
dei1A ifaan5 colored woman\ ,i ot cigars In _the city, freezing and below on of treason. It Ie beHevejJ' that Jlor- .
quantity to
:: Reeves! taken into custosterday r e ..00Rea..
was -r
$ battleshIp.to .
ftne-d be deported a
.' for this he was Tuesday. Fair weather may be expected aies will pn f
the policell and
in sed.ct
and placed 'dIUK observance of the terms of
on for safe keeping. The woman' key Is supposed 10 have and hedie THE OLD DAYS THEY DID '' .S EY TO: MIND; HB COLD A3 SUCH AS. WE DO AN ORDINARY Tuesday preceded to-ni'sht oylightrain. Insure
Ras ss goods to variouaitartte4 abdication.
found the DRAUGHT. 1 ,
on Wright .street, near aum.RN.t a # t
4 r of Pa.lalOL was fined a like ; rte,


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... forgives in. this world or in the worldto .... ... .
ARE -.YQlfcREADY' '- Ji J;;. F FATILUTION" come." What did Christ mean?. to- .

I : Are"fS ns'to be forgiven "heaven or'in : !
: hell l? Evidently not. for the sacred .
I -7-- .. -II.:1.: need not forgiveness!! nor can the lost OLD VIRGINIA
be forgiven. Therefore there must
: UNJRtJ'n"GATORV cc a middle state In which' the soul,

WAVE way be xrieansd from sin. '
: St. Paul says: "Each man's work
r I will be tested by fire." This.evident- CHEROOTSJczerooflsacjga

..-_ .-..--. ,__ refers to purgatory. St. Augustine in, 1
;: Eminent t Miss one of his sermons -warns sinners
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:. \ .' i't,. '9." .r Passipnist against remissions! in,'' small things Package of 3 for 5 Clnts
'. : for they win l1\; have to1 ,be purified in -

: Let us fix you up in them her,of. HEATING_ STOVES: ,. ; Speaks,' !ttjrieiCrowd.at: :St the Every next world.Christian] 'doctrine" .. was : (. ,.

Joseph Church. taught years before the BiKe was made without the j

written The Bible therefore it not head)
-' GRATESt.TQVE.JIPE.E1C.I; the only! Christian authority.. 1 I .. s -
i ':"An increased all classes The belief ,.helJI. ,
audience of in *
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,.. .. ,,,.,.. ... :..2. I., I .... 'greeted, Fa.tSer Sutton in St. Joseph's by all Cijdstians unlnterrI1Pt\tun! ... ... your smoke- .
church last he spoke I.til the Reformation, when the merit \.II 'mohey go three times
.. \ We Can Give You The, Best Grades For The Least oney. evening of good( works was t'enied) and wth!
: on "Purgatory Th speaker's manner this went the belief in purgatory as far!
of presenting his subject is so The
I speaker then appealed to all non-
f ecinatins;; that all who heard him the Catholics pray for their departed Easy.enough if youdon't

first night are. eager to hear the I friends. It will do no harm and may Q
)! ? have
: '"' whole: series His method Is simpl? I do a great deal of good, not only to I ) & to pay for

t : MAIL ORDERS for anything! in i the .line of STOVES, HEATERS, Mill Supplies and direct.his meaning.Ko "one can His fail apt stories to understand -: the Over dad three but hundred also books to the have' living been MDriirri ,J 'the costly work 0 f

not on'.f. serveto illustrate but t,3: put: thus far distributed, and more will be IJIAuiniabI1JftUUI,1': making useless heads
and General Hardware receiv'e bur attention. his The '
., prompt I I hearers in good humor. on hand to-morrow even: when the
1 usual scriptural' reading and 1,4 on cigars.
prayer your
II subject will be "Marriage anal: Divorces.
.. : : I h ron b .'an the evening services. He ."
1 j I began by saying that if there are any The musical program will be varied '- I Nothing, to throw

: I : non-Catholics: who desire instruction I '"
: evening. Old
: : : : ; every I away on an Virginia
.. tolema)' come to the rectory 'of the '
: Give Us A CallGordon ; church before the regular exercises Cheroot-there '
are held in the main church. CARE OF FURNITURE. : -
In the profession of faith of Catholics is no useless head to
is the statement "There is & Kep New Pieces:* Long: a> Po..lbl, -
I '. &; Brown Hardware Co purgatory and souls in purgatory are Without ItratoratlTCB.' 'i: clip off. And that's the
helped by our prayers." There is New furniture should be kept as long 1 1as % : main reason why you
scarcely: doctrine of the church I 4b
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possible'without. the use of restoratives. :
which I is:. so stropgly attacked and severely get three for'your
Furniture which has been finished -
1 Telephone 767 or 991. fep.fttntca-as that of purga
lit tory. We have proofs for Us exist with shellac or varnish, whetherin ::; nickel instead of one. ,

fensacola Fla. 110-112 E. Garden Street. ence from Scripture, from will traditionand glossy or dull finish should never be I 'P.WH1TLO : r ; i Made from the small
from reason. God Judgeel'J'one cleansed with soap and water Soap Is v
- ---- exactly as he deserves. made I --- !leaves and selected clip-
--- .. to cut oily substances and thus
I There is a igreat number of people
who are not so' wicked that they deserve eats out the oil from the waxed oiled' pings of fine domestic -

CONGREGATIONS I to be separated from God for or 'shellacked surface and works de I filler leaf, 'rolled i into
: ever. Ana! there are few indeed who struction. If an oil restorer seems a
are EO perefect that they will enter dinctly necessity,,raw' linseed oil and raw tor- I perfect cheroots in the biggest and cleanest cigar

into glory.!; Now nothing defiled pentin in eqxial 'parts applied on a factory in the world. ,
shall enter heaven. Where then. piece of cheesecloth will be found ,
WERE LARGESUNDAY will these souls go? They are still most of teu of service. I Smoked everywhere- -1,000,000 every day !
members of the church and can be =
: For which
portions require Sold
wherever they sell tobacco
assisted bF'-Our 'prayers, Just as they daily attention soft brushes such aa Ii
I are assisted now. The church 'does
of are used for the cleaning of silver, ere
not tell us .what .is nature purgatory.

I where i): Is, or how long souls the best agent. Brush the ornamented ,.. _.. _._ _. .
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stay there? She says we are purified portions thoroughly with a dry brush : :; "
by suffering and that is all she says and use a second for the real cleaning.

:; regarding this doctrine. Dip the second in turpentine and use. No. 5603.

IK1 It is a common misconception that without fear of scratching the surfaceof f H. XJOVINGTON, President M. E; CLARK. Cashier
Catholics never go to hell, but "get the wood. C.! W. LAMAR, Viie-Presldent. JNO., PrEIFFEP. Asst. Cashier.'
Went First tkt only as far purgatory. Unfortunately -
., Many to Presbyterian as Where white spots'appear on surfaces
there-are.man Catholics in the
from the dropping of liquids or THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOP
and from -
; Church to Hear Rev. lower indications regions there Judging will be a larger present from heat the immediate application of

contingent there in the near future. ra.w linseed oil generally restores the PENSACOLA. FLA.
Robertson. Priests ae Ud'td'ibe' omly' too readyto color. The,oil should be-left on the affected ,
promise toVree: a souV front. purga: spot for several hours dr overnIght '
-. tory: for a../ E"YcOOsid, ration." But Alcohol performs the service-if / 'Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus! $40,000
Large congregations were a'faWn -4 : 1 + priestshBOi Oo- eaEje ab/5ut who are ]Applied: once to rosewood! r:highJl' ,,! -: ,""* ,* DXaaTO TT tJ.:: *. ..

::1 to the Presbyterian church to hzar .# j <: .or who are iw( in Vgatory than anyiboa'relse" finishedmahogany.. In each Instance -iienrv'L: 'Cqvlrigton, A. ;;.. S.-J.: Foshec,

; Evangelist Robertson on ''Sunday both i41I T&ey offer 'up .prayers when the color has returned, 'tiie spOt. j: .r..' Pfgtffer.l-, ... A. M. Avery
i Morning and evening. At the mornIng alms sacrifices anil/trust.-'Mhat should be repollshed, with a piece of -- '. -. W. U; Milton Jr,
L will have'm&fcy upon thosa for- whom TJrj.B Dynf? ft .- .. ;; 'O.E Maura,
service the church cheesecloth moistened With'turpentine.
and Sundays
they beseech Him. The doctrine of I Frank ieilly', W. L. Cawtnon.W. ,
t(){)! room were filled. the doctrine of sin.
I I purgatory resjs on B. Rosasco C. A. O'Neal.,
rwm: How simply and yet how"eloquent ,- Along: with fhe': guilt 'of a crime Chamberlain's 'Cough: Remedy Abso- .! .T. F.MoGourtn .:' a"U:; U- e: ..Dr. W.' J..H.r.DI,
f there is also a 'punishment. ChrIst Tutsiy' Harmless.- F. Brawner "7} .: :,' .I.fd'oodd'Oertbi.,
1 ly .ho ,discoursed! upon "The'Ri'hteous, EVANGELIST ROBERTSON:, 'S.- r ? : ,'. ..1-
jt ate Justified by Death". Not only 3Ied! for'alirmitrhedidTiot say"Now The fault of giving childrn'-medl. 'C. W. 14mir. _._', .AJexQpwia: : : -
I have died you masin or.do as you 'cine containing injurious substances _J. R. Saqaderi. a. M. Oovington.VM. .
pardon' but more thau pardon justified: all right!? Christ's '
plus; you are '
is sometimes more disastrous than the
the way to God he made, not only FIRE AT NEW YORK merits'must be applied to' each soul! disease from which they are suffering. Accounts, Banks, Individuals. rporaUons! and"Firms, Soilcted.ir .

plain but attractive. Any man can >.prrtarvl">r 'Exhibition' of 'Bar -bark individually I Baptism cleanses from Every.mothiT should know,that Cham per cent.! Interest paid on Time Deposits.
Itll whether he is a Christian or not. RIdIn.' on Stoux ntaerTatlon.It NORMAL SCHOOL original sin. Bnt afterwatds we fall berlain's Cough Remedy is perfectly
into: sin, and although the sins may be
He not only has an internal consciousness 'was during the progress of the ," forgiven there is' tilll some reparationto sat for children to take. It contains --- ... -
I of the fact but he knows great festival held every year by the I be made '{or the injury done. nothing harmful and for coughs. ,colds: T-

: It from how other people regard him. Sioux Indians on their reservation in By Associated Press Hence purgatory is tb> only place and croup Is unsurpassed. 'For sale by \ H. 'KNO TjES., President. W. K. flYER JR. V.-Pres. and CasMTHOS. $
Not that public opinion ha? anything South Dakota that I once bad' the opportunity Albany N. Y; -an, 8.-Fire broke where sanctlflcation ,can be made after all druggists. W; BRENT, 'Asst., Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. CAsh. r.
of- seeing an exhibition of out early iri has away'Pur- :
to-night the north-< build-- the soul passed
to do with a man Christianity, but .
j I bareback riding that outdid the most i ii ing of the .1 i5 & if he is a Christian people will necessarily I on jtVlors luu of their
i spectacular features of any circus ring [Willette Street avenges himself upon souls, but ;.1plac e a language own.
find it out. Ha said, a'oes your in the world. and entirely destroyedthe ? where he cleanses them. Ali bile, for instance which is a reunion
wife believe in jour religion? Do\ Midway of the' I north building. The Harass spread imperfections of the soul'! of whatever ;:: the seven primitive colors is the
prairie cow was
your chtldren belie\C J ou are a Christian -t' tied. 'to the residence, of President 'William nature, if not mortal, will there be re- rnbol of power divine wisdom, puri- First National Bank
tShe was fat. matronly and.pos-
:. ? This was a very practical way and moved and the soul will then appear
,. ,' sessed of that dignity which bespeaks Milne threatened to spread further :.candor,innocence and chastity. Red
of putting tho question and tbere were .
perfect and prepared to enter heaven. .
It therefore
One 1'i'eSentsfire is symbolr.ofvpasslon
nany in the audience that began to a gentle mind and simple character. fireman was seriously injured It is related in the second part of
doubt their religion. It 4s just such:! About her a horde of horsemen gathered by falling-debris. I }Maccabes twelfth chapter" ; that power and riches; henceSings'
of Pensacola Fla
and the powerful rulers of the
home thrusts these which characterize ,
as late in the. afternoon. Here was mlOeVas collected for the souls :ofI
this' man's preaching. I something I wished.to sec, so I worm- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 'the I I the dead soldiers.: This book was ;arth wore red mantle It is also emblematic
.i So far he has .not called a sinner ed my way into the press. Of all these I written before Christ came, and' it of hardness and cruelty. be
:it by a single! hard name. He throws Best Made. i the necessity praying lug the color worn by the executioners
,. thousands every'one rides, and a footman recognized DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowlej
his characters on the canvass and as is rareenougbto cause a commo- 'In my opinion! Chamberlains Cough for the dead.We do not pray: for, the ofold, and by the members of the in '
:! h'i')' sketches a person sometimes sees tion. Let him bear a camera and he R?mejy i is! tbs best made for- colds. .1 lost nor for those In heaven, hence quisition. '.. W.!'K. Hyer, Jr., D.. G. rent.
.. In the picture some resemblenco to says Mrs. Cora Walker of Porterville there must be a middle state.;-Auiong Blue l denotes fidelity sweetness tenderness .
I Not that, but he
a curiosity. only t
: himself. $lis .
California. There Is no doubt about the Jews there was this belief for loyalty ajspotless reputationWith
Ills sermons are full of bold and is in danger of being trampled by the its being the best. No oth r will they accepted the money and offered the ancients> denoted !

dating assertions. "There never was'? ranks. of riders, who stampede hither cold so quickly. No other is so curea surea the sacrifice.- Moreover: the Jewa fortune. Now yellow it Is called the gloryand color Foreign 1 and Domestic Exchange Bought and SoldWe !]
; honest skeptic because he criticises and in solid the believ
an yon phalanx poniescrowding 'preV'ntiof'pneumonia.. No otheris have this doctrine, and it was :
j religion] before ho has ever' till carried from them before the Catholic churchnas of Infidelity and shame. How is it
they are so pleasant! and safe to take.,Thes- ed by I'
II that y"lIotag become the emblem of
tried. Ho said: "You test a scientific their feet established. Christ condemned
: ; are good reasons why it should be preferred
proposition by scientific rules. You Patient, surprise was in the dark eyes to any other; Tha fact is that- many practices of the Jews, but Infidelity perfidy and misfortune? Be- draw our own Bills of Exchange I Vessel disbursed upon the most
1 try chemistry by: the rules of chem-i of the cow as ropes were passed around I few pcopl* are satisfied with any other nowhere does he condemn this *practIce cause Jews were forced to wear rellowduring ,on.Great: Britain, Ireland.Germany i Favorable Terms, and their obuCations -
lilry. I>et: him try religion by tnerules' of praying for the dead, Tile the middle ages and the house France, Austria. Italy, I
her bust the word does not'set'ID after of
C righthe' having once used this r taken payaple at Port
of the bible then he will believe the Protestant Holland 8pan: ,. 'Belgium, Russia .
early editions of Bible doors of traitors were smeared with ,
I invited sale .
and who would to by all druggists
*' and Destination Ten 'Days Aftr: Vet-
Norway Sweden. Denmark
books of the Macca
'II contained the the yolk of esgi.
Perhaps the strongest sermon that ride. bes but later they were abandoned. Green i is the color of and other European countries. I eel Arrives there.
t MY. Robertson has yet preached was I 'Very tame sport," I thought as I Yet their authenticity, is.; clearly hope Joy-
: Sunday night. focu&d, for she had cone to zra/ing again. When 'no one"volunteered, I proveol Christ said: "He who sins and the emblem of youth. Black de- -------
I marveled. EVldt-ntIy-tbE'se notes sadness. Pink denotes health,
:.I men scorned
,-- ---- I such cripple's work, and there was youth pleasure, love, violet the color Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Conneztloti: -rith, which w:

i'i a joke in it COVENANT KEEPER. allowed to faith. Orange means dl-
e' H somewhere. 'It was a THE have a'Private Department for thz us: of Rent l'l.
squaw's gauia At I last a man dismounted I. Tine inspiration and poetry. The muses \. .
shook oft bat and coat and Every Promise in the Bond Kept tot i are all represented! clad: In ornr.ge colored ,
cinched uj Dig'l elt. I marveled the Letter. I I r draperies. Orange was also the / ?'

PAINFUL PERIODS for he had been pointed out as the more'l About coffee the Rer. Frederick'I I color of Hymen, Bride once Troro or- Savings Qepartment-Interest Paid on Deposits at
Lippe. Presbyterian :minister Hopo colored '
veils called '
rider sage flanmc-um.
H on the reservation and had ..
P. O., Co. Mo, : ;Vafe of 4 cent
ed bronchos for Mr. Cody in most Osage says: and they could not pronounce their > per per'ann.
Life often seems too long to the woman who suffers "1 mod gratefully testify that every vows unless covered wUh the .
great cities flammcum. -
'i of the world. I stood near Postum
promise made in your ,.advertisements : .. ., .
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from painful periods. The. eternal bearing- the cow while she nxuucbed her' grass has been comrletey; ] aaJ ; -- -: -c- -----::----- -

headache backache leucorrhea and flapped a' !fly from her ear Then p 'O'DlJtbfUlftled' In my case.: You J!
nervousness, -i HILTON GBJCKN, )'U.1I>UI.
one large and winkedlYes this if wish, and I
can publish you
liquid eye Stomach :Troubles: and Constipation., R, ii.flc.a*.tj,.CA'.IU L1AlSYIKLU AIORXNOAhr CAIIII''
'dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are she winked .(me"understanding, and stand ready to vouch for It at "any,
dreadful. To make life worth living, takeWoman's I began to wonder if this was the common I time."After three- days use of' Postum: -j Tablets VtChamberlain's are the best Stomach thing for and stomacn Liver Citizens National Bank,

or garden COT of the east ,or if, of PenMeoift, ..
troubles Fieri i
and constipation I have
difference j ever
I could fin t ro so far as
perchance the bl ,d 'of ,Texas ran in sold," J. R. : :)jr.ocor..
,, and say Cullman "
I tast* and flavor went between it. I $ a druggist
her veins. : the old kind of coffee. After 2 weeks''I of\Pott rr.lle, Mich. They are i easy GeaW:' .'rllrt. i R oVlBidB.AUlHgRM.BNKING. ldorrt $sar. T y.. we.v'
netoJ@rdQj The Indian approached and leaped to to S l1.UUt .
1t tse I preferred it to coffee. an! always give satisfaction
her back like a cat. winding his.fingers ''Atter :3 weeks I lost my nrs'ons-: ', I tell my customers to try them and If ----1. BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

Into the rope surcingle.! I ress, the insomnia: which had troubled i I not satisfactory to come back and get ; '
Never before had I 'seen an atavism I me was entirely relieved- and 1 began their money, but have never had a --- ---_ __n -;-.;-__ __._ _
I to recognize }It. That: cow became to enjoy the bst and &nest of sleepeiery Ii complaint." 'For sale by all druggists
Relief raging demon, ,Her. narrowed to a nie.ht-and that condition still, .................. ..r .e.....""*"r'''.''................. ,
eyes J. &. REESE:; ,. ?rsiWenI1' E.
; It quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and enriches I her ominous ears flattened steely slits back,"1,am,ami quite she bared sure continues.After :2 months use I t got he.hi.rid of jny. 1" Warden' (to A newly RUlBK a M.. !led.. convict)- .i (jo- ,1L, | CART. Vfc -PresldeDt. :

the blood, strengthens the constitution and her teeth In a grin of diabolic fury not cjspepsiaand returned to piles plague and me. v_ In'. this institution we try to put a I I TIILPEOPL'SBANKOUPENSACOL&t i

alldiseased conditions from which The peaceful rind agricultural lines of of man to work at his own trade cr profession Directors L, J. .
i permanently cures "Neither I nor any my family -> Reeves J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler R. M. Ca,
weak women suffer. motherhood I left her frame, while her would today think for a moment of I so. that be can work his way i ; W. A.: D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings. I
architecture became ,that of a dragon oing back to the old kind ot coffee. ,cp. What Is your occupation? ConictVm -. t TRANSACTS A. GENERAI/BANKING BUSINESS. \
I It is matchless, marvelous reliable. in a fit. She swore horribly in a coarse When we entertain we sire coffee tour '. an aeronaut. ,' '1 YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY: SOLICITED a
-. At all druggists''in $1.00 bottles. bass voice, leaped like nn antelope guests but we drink Postum our.seites .. ....*.*,*..e..4... ...S............*$.....9.0.EI. ....-:'*.'

-_- wriggled like a snake,side stepped like not only for Its nutritive properties The Llialt.
--- a pugilist and the champion broncho but because it has become a oa-May Pechis Is certainly what ----:-- T -
1 WRITE US A : GREATLY," buster truly delicious beverage to us. ron might call a lissable"
soared through.the!: air a- preai girL Dick .... ,
'freely and frankly', in W1ct Mrs. L. E..Clevenger,of Belle- landing between his shoulder" blade "I feel that common gratitude1- -K sab1e.! Why. man alive, she's '

dence,telling all your N. C.,"at my monthly periods, with, the rough'ot'> escaping breath. quir There's s this testimony"Read from ine,7 th. little positively edlblPhUadf'lpb1a Ledger. I : .. .1\1.1:. c.A.B. .
Teira."I life but the first bottle of Car- a reason .
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troubles.. We will send free ;
). me wonderful relief,and now Eventually th@'m-ast was ridden. but a took, The 'Road to Wellviste7 in --:---- I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in,
plain sealed envelope finer bit of cowuiausbjp! I have never ph : HI. Dictator. Steam Domestic Anthracite
difrs Dept.The I better health thin I have been gs. t- :
:: Medicine Advisory Co., Chattanooga, time*' seen nor more wonderful ground and N. AgreeWe to promise \ we Hilly' -And& Low does your brother I and Blacksmith C OA L
lofty tumblhigVRex-E. Beard fc Ap- state that ,th-.; hand shown in the tike married: .!lIe?, .TllIy.-II! -takps #.
pleton's Boolilovers Magazine. magazines belongs to Mr. andlrS: :, C-, aeeordlDglfar}Jrectro ." 1 1m'Ot1i.hj.i l _QmCA-o-t10.: "ailSo t_ ahs. e.'t1ePbODe-'JU I ;" -1'
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$10 00 MCN'S SUITS, 20 PER CENT OFF .. ,. "':.'. .. .. .. ..$ 809 $ 3'00 BOYS' SUITS, 20 PER CENT OFF .. ? ., '.. :. .. .. :. .,$2 '
lit $12 50 MEN'S SUITS, 20 PER CENT OFF .. .. .. .. .;, .. ... .. ..S10 03: $ 3 50 bO>'s' SUITS f 20 PER CENT OFF -$2 i
1) $13 50 MEN'S SUITS, 20 PER CENT OFF -.. .'. ... .. ;: .. .. .. ?$10 80 $ 4 00 JOYS' SUITS, 20 PER CENT OFF .. .. ., .. .. .. .. .. ..$3 '
N $15 00 MEN'S: SUITS, 20 PERCENT OFF .:.,..r .. *. .'.. .. .. ..$12 03: $ 4 50 BOYS' SUITS, 20 PER CENT OFF. .,. .. 'f ... ,. ,. .. ..$3 : :.
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'' An officer of one, of New York's: charIties !
WEDNESDAY EVENING E. N., DeKle, a prominent business PASSEDAWAYBELOVED i AmusementsLast i in aid of consumptives told of the 1
man of Chiplej, is in the city. HAS t many odd things,.found 'in subscription i APALACHICOLA, Restaurant

DANCEby Followinsare the ,arrivals: at the I 'l: boxes whichare scattered about in all I it
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the- Southern IWtel yesterday: Geo. B .. jt. parts of the state. Is the only place of its '
Graham Kentucky; Jno. S. Williams MINISTER DIED SUNDAY 'S!:-'(' On opening recently a box in a railroad i CONGRESSMAN LAMAR WILL DO kind in Pensacola: ;'lD fact; '
MOTORMEN AND CONDUCTORS North Ccralma; G. U. .soule, Florida; Night's Play. depot," he said, "I found the gold I II it Is t '
W F. Moore, Louisville, Kj ; Homer settings of a necklace, a pair of earrings !
\i (hen hall on West Government St. iistlf proud last right in-Hal Reids I
Blown. City; W. J. S'ms.! wife anti and five rings.They were mag-. I
Barrios' four- Orchestra will famous drama Roanoke The audi :
piece Ohio Mark Cook, Ohio A Pride
; ; ; niCcent! settings: worth a deal of moor toPensacola
furnish Music Chas. hays,. New York; Thos. L. cnce: was not very large, due probably wondering I .
Admission, 25, Ladies Free. Waters, Alabama; R, II. Lcsesnek, to the sudden drop in 'the temperature I could not help what : Congressman Alabama.A I I Special to The .Jour al.I but those who did see it enjoyed: the stones, which had been roughly : Hon. J. Ralston Cargiir. president of
--- Cottage Hill, 'Jan. 8 It is not un every line of it'as it was & very good torn out of them, were like. the Board of Trade of Columbus.'Ga., I .
I 1 rendition indeed'; "These jewels of course, had been says according to ,the Apalachicola I ,
TERSELY TOLD business proposition. Buy a 25.expected that: we are called upou: to The specialties were all up to their stolen. The settings were given to Times, that he will help the West I Larger cities! cannot
cent bottle of Blue Ribbon Lemon or: Chronicle the death of, Rev. W. J. prevwis marks of jreellence and charity by the th'ef.' The stones themselves Pass project. Mr. Lamar writes Mr boast of a better equipped:
Vanilla Extract and use half the quan- Hahn. He at each was heartily applauded by the place. The service fa the
of other brands. If passe-a! away dawn'ou I would be recut and sold Cirgili: -
0, B. Vaughn Sr., of Century, anl tity not required pleased jour money back youfare for, Sabbath morning surrounded by his appreciative audience.Tonight's Around this gift was :a note that aid: "I received your letter of the 1st best that can be had.
J 3 Vaughn Jr. of Reader Ala.i I bill is to cap the climax, Inst. but. hao matters here
the asking. I II I torrowin; familall being present ":yell: for, the 'gitk. My consciencegoes so many
acre l both: in Pensacota jesterday. ;I and many.preparatins are !it. Congress to attend" to, It was .impossible -
!I !I but Mrs. Berhl, who Will not reach: : made to n:1Ke it a great success: bein'1 ai far as this.ew York Press. for me to answer just at that Nick Apostle Propt'rThe
C M. Cox, United States marshal, MANY.WELL-INFORMED LADIES
'j here until this art'rnQOn. I piece Is entitled "My Wife's moment. I wish so much' I could
'nh headquarters" at Ozark Ala., isis AT THEIR AFTERNOON OR EVEN. The ,a: rollicking farce comedy and i
I liNG | end came very quietly-he can \ I bare been.present at :jour conference --- - '--
attendance on the United States ; CARD PARTIES SERVE WHITE bo truly said to have, ,fallen asleep inJf'sus. those: 'who enjoy 'a good hearty laugh HIDDEN DANGERSNATURE I am deeply interested 'jn the iniprovements -
court ROCK WATER Although too weak to speak. : should not miss it. The specialtiesof 1 at Apalachicola. The Latest Fad. '

Henr S. Chubb of Gainesville, i.i I''I he was conscious: ,to the las*. roars will all 1 be changed ,The government has made through its en BEAUTIFUL COLLARS h
charge of th9 lana office, is in the Tie TO &Of'. Several hours before he went to. feature of the evening will be the sneers in the past. a ,report which I in the most exquisite; designs for*. '
nton business connected with the! The perfectly healthy tongue is clean I I s'eepfor! the Jast time one of .tli, great slide for life oy one of tho GIVES TIMELY WARN hope will be carried out. The mouth Ladies and Misses from lOc to > ;
sited States Court. moist, lies loosely!' In the mouth is children asked him if he wonld like Petersen E: oth rs. who ;will make tIde INGS THAT NO: PENSACOLA of the Apalachicola river, Its entire $U9 each. '
round :at the edge, and has no prominent !!! tem to sing for hint He ind'caied! f.1: on a rope extending from the length northward, and Its .tributaries
The Journal has a numberofwantall :i papiliie.: The tongue mr.y be i I i|that he wjiid, ,.and with quivering, upper part of the gallery to the fetaseHe1 CITIZEN CAN AFFORDTO make it a most important river: to Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery,
replies!; for "W" "H.'XX, "X"M I ; broken vtrces theSlL: ;.the hjmijg so I wl'i:' make the daring act suspenae :- IGNORE. three states I am satisfied that If No. 11 E. Intendencla St.
D. "M!, B:' and "Wanted" and,, furred from local causes or from sympathy :; dear to Mmi by a single foot. This is something she Representatives of ,Georgia, Flo,;: I
''\jud! be glad to hare owners call. for with the 'stomach, ,intestines" or !!i i His death! is 'a gnat: loss to' the ; that everyone should 'see fts it 'da and Alabama concur' here in the I ,
them, liver. The dry tongue occurs most frequently :: community and his absence from the L: ntt likely to ever be performdHere .u'pport' of the great, enterprise of I .
I\no B o thy of PraUille. Unite : 'in fever: and Indicates a norrou : lio'ne circle caues an indeacrbableV0"l 1 : again.The DANGER SIGNAL NO 1 comes I de ping West Pass at Apalachicola, rosna am, Dotson & Co.
depress**n. .A white Ina Lehr Stock Company will front the kidney I and Alabama
half'ii marshal, reached here jester-; prostration pr !I secretions, They[that Georgia, Florida ,
'a% :and will spend some days iu at- tongue 1 is diagnostic simply of the feverish I I i The funeral se!y:cts will be held close! its ensasement after WeJnss- will\ warn you' when the kidnejs! ate will be most highly benefitted in the Dollar Makers, Machinistsand
ndance upon the United Sates: condition With perhaps} a Unordered ;; or Tues;:; q- afternoon at 2 o'clock: at day' nisbts pcrforn.ance t I s;ck. Well kidneys excrete a clear,( present. 'and ever in the future. to Founders. i d'
cturt stomach. When; it Is moist anJ"ello".i \! the M" U Church of which he was amber Sick !I come. I did all I coulal at the last Steamship and Mill Supplies.Oftr !
brown it shows disordered :: pastor.TO: I "The' Tenderfoot." :' fluid. kidneys send outa session of Congress, and will do all,I Cojle t
The many friends of Col E. L. Rusgel b. .thin, pal! and foamy, : Phone PHI Street Wharf
thick at
Dry and blown indicates a j I Oscar L. Flyman, the star who will ? or a can in the future for deep water Relidf'llf't Phone 983: '. -.& &I'
1 of digestion :':
Mobil, will be pained to learnt : CURE A.COLD IN ONE DAY red, smelling urinefi full of sedl West Pass at Apalachicola and'"tor J
a\ hp low state of the 81tem.11'n the I j se*>n seen here next Thursday: in "The I All Work has Our Personal Attention.,
is suffering from a severe ai- ; Take LAXATIVE B OMO Quinine breezy of !trent and irregular of deep water up to ,the wharves ofthat'
; TenJerroot. that opera passage ,
tick i and red( And smooth. lookout i i
is 1-
of he tongue dry -- --- -
pneumonia which con:I and otherwise!
Tablets. Drugiet4 refund if city, and for deepening 1I '
It .
money; ; Western life is rut bescm'ng a thing DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes from I
jTscted er route from )Mobile to St for inflammation, gastric' or iutestinaL fails to 'cure, 'E. W GROVE'S, = ,, improving the whole :Apalachicola! ''l
: has
signature knocks and bruises. Fl'smaa: back Back pains,dull and
heavy, DEPOT.
u>Ji*, i iof i ors ESCAMBIi OYSTER .
where of
he !Is at present. \ hen the papillae! on the end ; Is en each box. 23c. ', river and Its tributaries. Thanking
t(I .'.. I much dancing in the role Professor arp ana;! acute, tell you of slot kid- I I
You art: a time-merchant. The the tongue sating hours of jour day are your'Itork call it a strawberry= f.tongue, and ,that I I CARD OF THANKS. neeks he has sprained his ankle'! once drapsy. d'abe'es! and Bright's disease ting I could not attend. I .am Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Escam-: 4
in trade" You must find the may mean scarlet fe\er. A'sharp, 1'I I wsh!. to thank: my friends and ac- skinned his 'shins" three times, and Dean's Kidney Pills cure sick kid. Very truly B jx>ura, bla Oysters at reasonable prices. Nn'
oat market possible for The hours Ton po-nted! veil tongue will point to brain l aint!.nccs for their ;fiiidne:;' snawnouring bee thrown by Rupert} tie' fractious nays and cure then permanently.' W.
h'e to sell-for the are worth more Irritation or Inflammation,. and a yel- the: sickness: ; and death of my I, donk fy which plays such an import-, Here's Pepsacola proof: I C. Tabarras & Co.
to>one bUr I I M. L. BOGHIC'I! has been thrown than one reason Is given for :
rant adn'rtsing! will find the ona ment. salon; to this he 430 Govnrnent St. saysIr..!I 'I
over the footlights: : when the other Pourtaless has used Doans: Kidney I the name .Keystone State, which has
', dancers "Snap the trhip" with him ia Tlls; and \alues them very higcly. Hs I long been used for Pennsylvania. For Expert Watch Repairing and

the dane that goes with the sons, has s ift H-ed from irreularacdon, ,f I When the vote adopting the D lara.j Engraving go to
"T e Tale of tee Tortured Thomas' the kidneys and dull aching paid I tlou of Independence was taken I by tb'j,;
Cst" silences have come to watch' amass his loins and in the small of ,'
NOT 'COMPLETE I Fijisan in much the sane liEt; that his' back for years.. The secretens -'I states at Philadelphia in 177G had six voted of {J. F. DAVIS, t the Jeweler,
THE HOME IS I the ancient' Remans watched. theirladiato"s from the kidneys caused him I tie original thirteen state I
IB the atHrmative'and'six in the nega 213 South Pahfox Street.
in anticipation that '
:'; thr much anno> nCf"bene't'l' he I ,
I something would happen to him !Ia cansht or during changeable and tive. The delegates from Pennsylvania
WITHOUT A PIANO: this strenuous; role. i: stormy waatber his back ached :erri: -;, then" came In, and John Morton t The Latest Designs in Watches

i __ ,bly" '. He tried all J.'indsof remedies,I cast the deciding vote,(n favor of In and Jewelry.
'- His Mother,of Rheumatism. I but I obtained little benefit When hesaw dependence.. This decision of the great t h
Cured !
Our prices are so moderate and} our terms so'easy\ I| '"My mother has been a suflvrer for hft, procured Dear's Kidney them at Pills Sidney advertised Kahn'Adrug i, Issue II' one State.reason for the title the I = ___ _'0------- -- ,___

that many years! from rheumatism, says;:
; of Palafox
and Ro-
store, corner ft 1 is also that in building abridge
I said
W H. Howard, of Husband,' Pennsvlvania -
: jisina Sis. The proved to be a '
I' err
CAN HAVE A PIANO.: "\t times she was unable 't>,'effective remedy re'leTitfg the urinary' between Pennsylvania a.rpnoe' .t
move at all while at all times walk, t-cub-s. and the dulL heavy achingin and Georgetown. Washington! a single
+ l' 0
ing was'pajnfuL I presentel!> heraith'a aisappearing arch was made of stones left from
his back: : entirely.
Kranich & Bach, Lester and Clutter Pianos. alinoted; for bottle if Chamberlains Pain Balm He recommends Doan'a Kidney Pills I building! thev walls of tbe.capltfl. On

their genuine worth 'and .beauty .. I! and after a Jew application! she decided i;i very hiul> to hi" ;friends at every.op-! the thirteen arch stones; the names of
It was the most wonderful pain ,I I Io'rtnnltr." !I the! thirteen states were engraved, and :
-- '-- --- -t.---. --- -_-- -- -- ; r .nev r she ha,t e\fr tried, in fact 9:I For sale byaU dealers Price Ectnts 6 as' the stone marked: tVanfjlvauia t awoaltistalkatifr
114.116 S. Palafox St I![ she is never witLout)it now and ia at I Ii i _Foster-Melburn Co.. Buffalo formed the keystone that Ute became
Oldest and Largest Music House Phone l5 i 1 i all timeibl; to walk. An occasional I New \< Mu si House in Clutter PENSACOLA application of Pain Balm keeps '- '.
l utE-S. stone State Probably tbe two reason" >; apaassM lf.lUl
Florida the pain: that she was formerly aa'j'I Remember ,the, n e--Duan's-and and effect e.
sire linked together caus ,
J'.A I I bled l 'with." For sale by ,all,- I take no other.
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THE JOURNAL ; cipher missives and tp sometimes each other with sometimes the let- IT'Ti.;' :tual number of complete, and perfect copiea of THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL printed; eacryssue; for

; FRANK L. MAYES, PKIUDXNT AND tormed ,backward. The simplest I stated telow. 't.
the 1905 was as t. Artri : t
i, of reading the l latter is by' hold : :- year. .
of the looking glass and I
it in front I I. :
1 MEMBER THE \ the,reflection. I I J=" .:'' 'f .. Day Jan ib.. )Ich.pr.: 'May June :Tali' Aug.. SepL Oct. Nov. :De;., :'
: I
1 I scientific': journal of Paris tells of : : 'SOOo- ,5350) 61005V ,
; -.3750: 4G50 4300 .: -OOG 'h 4600 425Q. .
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4 M SUBSCRIPTION RATES.. nOTel\and amusing way to ac' "I'' I.. V.,, __ .>' 2:.. .. .... 4050: 4325', 550 5100 4450 ,i5O() fOQ : to90 ...... 5jOO j -:-:--'------ t
the same thln|. It is as fol 3..3750 4050 4350 .. .. 5150 USo ;.. .. 4335 5:00. 5400 ii750 590.r' )

I One rear...........,;s 00 o ; ,' ; I i 1f: 4..3'653. 4050 437./ 4POO 5100 4100 4:50 HO'') .. 5350 5150' .. iIutbIy ToblsRecapitulated.
Six Months.......... 2 '50 I !; I o a glass with water ,and: hold] it 5..3650 4250 4750' 4850 4900 .... 4SQ 4230 .5000 54)0 5900' 5150
1' Three Montbj....... 1 25 -'i.j the e.rf'Sp'lace the paper I lr the 6..3 2S ... .J. 4800 41310 4500 420 5000 5000 5400 ... 5750 .
r so that the tops of the L .-isthe only J. :.. .315t) 4100 .4tOO .4600 .4950 5000 450 ..._ tOU 5400 5650 57008f .6
; t; I t Papers on Sale at all News .1' ...3900 4110 .5000 4800 .. 44)0 450 4500 t200 5650 5600 5650 C

: f ; Pensacolagaper .9.. ..... 4125. .HOG 5200 4500 .U50 4500 45t1)( : tOO .... 5jOO 5650 Jan\"_ .101,708 i
I I .* Ii 10. ....3 .. .. .? 4550 :;500 5450 ,5700 5900
I THE ONLY PENSACOLA ., 00 415 Ui&: 4500 H50 Feb. ./ .103,965
NEWSPAPER J 5450 5700 .. .
which 11..4000 1155 4550 4800 4450 4700 4250 462 ,
I CIRCULATION STATEM ENT CAN l ( i .p .12... ..-.fOOD' 436f'( 5100"' '4800 U50 .. :. U50' 41)5 .E300 5450 5900 5650: March' ., 125,115 ;

Lif G publishes its 13..3900 ,,;. .. 4750 445f 4450 U50 5000. ['300 StSO . 5650
; Offl 108 and 110 Edt' I II .14..3900 H7S 4550 4100 .4150 U50 4250 '.. ..1\:00 54505850 5600 April 127,650 i
t I cirdlllationI tii..4000 ;U15 4550 4100 .... H50 '4250 4600 5330 5650.' 5850 5600
TELEPHONE. No. 3*.. 16.... .... .:., : ''U7 4550 5000 1350:; 1450 .4500, 4800 ,':300 5750 5600 ,May .' .119,61Q

: .- -' 11..4000 5-n7 4550 .. .. 4350 ,4450' ; :: ,' 4800'S &O' :;:550; 700':; 610..) une. 117,100
statement ... ;
I 555( 5.00 ,
iTI PE.. S.\COLA. FLA TUESDAY .18..3901)) 4176 4550 4700 4350 4700 'noo' '
. Ij j 19..3800 4533 5050 4800 43S0 .... ; '4100! 4800- 5300 55Z0 6100 5600 July .IIZ,81 t.
II I 0..3800 ,.. .. .. .. 4800 4350. .uSO '4U5' '525 5300 60J( .. 560:
f 'M t.o-M: : Ne' anally :by, : The majority of 21..3S00 '4200 4550 4100 4150 4450 '4200' ...... .. '. 5250. 5601i 5850 :i600 August ,127,335

4t : vertiser fqic ; I : ?2.., .... .4200 ,: !50 4500 4700 .... 4450 '4361t. 40G( '5225:; :150; 5750 560') Sept .136,450 f

*;; WW&RE THE JOURNAL I !| Pensacola 23. .. ..... L2S6. ;.4500)() 5000 4350' : 4450 '4450 4800' bZ:5 .. 5700 :5600; :!:
ji CAN BE FOUND. appearance -. I, 2.:4tOS 451 440:; _.. 4350 4700 ..;; 465 '5550 5'300' 5700 6100 Oct. .144,100
4- .., to I advertisers 25. ... .4103 4275 4450<< 4600 4350 4800 430 4S00 .',.. 5600 5100 .;. :!!!
fI.( Ti.)asacola.Jonmal IB on liant t use .26..4075 4650 4625; '4600 ..uso .. '4390 4S00 550 5600 6000' ::5600 Nov. .150,250

v > r .BIle at<'tha.,followias places. in an all .ar t. The J Journal'1 1i 273950. ." ... 5100 4350' 4-150 '4300 '5200, () 5250. 5600 . 5600 Dec. ..15l,850 ;
.. city: $; ,; S..3DOil 4300 5100 5100 /4850 U50 '4366" _.." 'j:50 5600 5150' 5600
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-. .. '$.,:Hotel. men the ) 2.4303.() 5100 'S100 ..:'_ -USO 4350'4600'' 5250 580 5730 :'600 i
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'.. CUe's Bok Store. beat: n4'T \ I exclusively.I } .. .. .. .. 4800 5600 (jOt) .4450, 460..0. 4S00 'L250 .. 5750 570 I 1,518,068DIRECTORY
D.ot4ew.vStand_ one and all. I i ... .4000 ; .;.t.. lQO eo .',4600 ..-. ..: SagO ... .5600 ?.. 660)0 .f
11& Gem Book Store. n'a. -'
.. M.td EscambtattoMl. <. porous and : 'Tot.'ls.101708 100365 12517 .117650 119610 117100 l1287 1433 13&450 144100 150250 14S50verage 7&
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t ;:.:. $Mei hnts M3lt Now :, be tutre-1 down and ,apply to the ..! : .:( 391 4:07 4636 4j09'! :t.61? hot 4341 4716 621&ii5t2: '57'9 5735 ,)

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been I ite side of the glass. Look now at :o. -- .
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Ttkvjfs Store.
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Wi's B3&IC,StWre.TCie a date for inferior horizontal surface of. the'
:t ,nomination I and you will see just above the.1 1I : .. .11 :gran4 tal.of pies printed during the year 1905.pcrabovc.; tatemc't, was ..__. 1,518,068 J JTris

iS1tI 1mH: >:I! r.4I rest of the ? :: I of the japer the' inverted .image i :' grand total 1,518.068 divided by 313 (the actual l nuinW'of. issues) akoT s the ,average ;

I paper and words with the letters II -.. .. . f
j, I look out a side up. This cunous puenom- number; or r copies printed per issue to have been. ... ..... ......__.....,- ..,.....-..."....;.._.....__: -r.-...--....._, *rtO\J\J QCn jJ
f Y 9'O.5' Was fences. is owing to what 1 is called total I ''I t
: : :.0,
+ &ordBrakerq .. Friends < I .. Tbe.rays: emitted by the.in 'i .I ; ... : 1
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are reflected on the inferior GROWTH BY YEARS
Mew York: Journal of Come say that fee : surface of the water and I >- '.4, I hereby! certify that the above_.state-: ; t: Sworn to and subecnbed, before: me this* r*
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: ei'o preseafts some! Interesting flj- one would the. like reflected i '
I ( eye rays >y ill'st
i r es showtng the prosperity of coun piled to ; If j ou' plDeetb eye too low I % ;rtents are' correct according: : to the' records. { ":1901: .., .___1)887 i day of January. 1906.on .,

i r eitriug the > ar 1905. which wa Image. will disappear: ,_.for !the :in "file'm this i;; office. .... I | ':*9O* .___ ---2,44I: -
i \.* of the of light having ::0:
i a .r COrd breaker n>>afly ev JY.line ; rays : 10": \ : .. II .
I : 1903. .2,92" *
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fc the eye will then ,see ,obI -,'" t. .
..1 tffcusiness. Pollowitrg is the list ascampled SAID placed above the level l of the ; t' ', ;. FPED A.' SWEET. | I94.--"_.._:,.-3,54emcuuATioN r '- PERRY DICKEN, [SEAL] iNOTA
-by that paper: :, I. ''- :i ::1905 ....... --.4',8 50 I "y PUBLIC. *
Stock:'Exchange sales, 269.500'000'; I I iAN : ; MANAGER, .
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4 akres;' 252.723,000( in 1801.Slock & iStarted APE'S CURIOSITY. *' .. .':!1.ot. I .----....'--------.--.._-_- ;Hefc;
Exchange sales. $1,025.700,000( .
Si par 1904. value- bonds; $.319,161,000) In John !', Trl Which-Alvrmr-.' Fooled aMischievous i- ,-'IK' '.Every advertiser. j entitled to know what he 'is. getting for his money. The *

Stock Exchange; : certificates of memo pot to !I few Chimpanzee. i) aKoYe,.statement .shows what he gets from The Pensacola Journal. I Iif
in the London
;:. bership. $95,000;, $&3.- OO in 904. ty by : !I years ago ( zoo 4 e1u ,' s
: shipments, i (>, a chimpanzee, was lodged and -
; Anthracite 61,000,000 that count) ; > *. V :: t *
In 1904. I In a separate compartment .' 91*
gross tons:, 59,000.000 friends ; ts .. :
tJ .Exports exceod $1.500,000,000; $!.. wish: :him morning' when Joe vas le(out T 4) :to

cb 431.030,000 in '1904. son New 'I an airing he grew very mischie ** : *?k2 .v* ?xf Xu '4\; ** # s** *#*# ,7 ** *i
.'iJ Exports 11 months. $1.4 1.000.000; He abu ed his liberty by leaping: .'. .
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and -
1Q M04. the outside of the -
l,30b.000.000 A cage -- ---
Imports: manufactures 11 months, Burglar ..the tails of his mate:. When : -uc:" ...... .' -
.$1hi $519.833,000; $459,475,917! same months time to shut him 'up again in his :' : ThrjriappjM110r; ..ln. Take. :Felon In Time. After a T .te. I
;! 1904.. H. No Joe wotld just :as regularly, rebel !' ::As for the people,. be it undestood) If you have the appearance e of a "Well," demanded t Miss Starvem at,

; Imports about $1,175,000,000() ; $!.. yellow \ refuse to come to bis keeper. As. that a' JMlfortfuIn 1 Is.' no .more a Span*' felon comipg put some hardwood ashes the back door, "what do you want?"
CC5.000.000::;; In 1904. low breaks fever out.Everybody'A! : was too nimble to be, caught'and too lard than a Shetland Is it Scot. Like in an old tin cup. p.ur over them "Why." Applied! tbe tramp, "I seen meeta Pensacola'every Lodge. No. 3, I{. of P

:,. Imports 11 months $1,078,000,000) ; lars. ?- ;I to be allured by dainties his r hfs Moro-Arajonfse .forbears. ? he Is '8 warm 'water: immerse the end of the you advertise 'table.. board'. in this o'clock at their Monday temporary evening Castle at HaJ 7:31

.. $939.342,000( same months 1904. I I" had to use strategy. Near, an I.lazy' ill ....ceiitpne4. unenterprising"sloth sore finger'in the'ashes set the dish ra mornin's paper" over Pou stable, W. Intendencia St.
Imports precious stones, $36,000,000 "
; The New ': of the monkey house was'a large wJth.bn one idea .of)life-that of I some live coals or on top of the stove "Well? Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.

$28.504,000 in 1903." J. N. [ hole out of which came' a gas I siesta :n q number..of,those who lire kerolng: th)*' finger: In 'as long as you "Well I t'ongbt'mebbe' wur give J. H. BREWTON C C
automobiles (at New York
). : :
1.000,000; J2.20S.OOO in 1904. was: in the : Having opened the' door of,Joe's I t by active and7nsible; ..labor is" astonishingly can, and soak several. times a day.: in' out. some ,saiDpJes."-riiiladcpfiiaPress. II. HORSLER, of R.: & S
of public : I the keeper',would I :: smalL TJie first thing that strikes If taken' in ,time it generally cures a .
I New Year dlvi1:1en: ,$4)1,631.000) ; : peep 1 ___ __, __. Ratnbone Lodgea
$ 9.{ 03.OOO a year ago. pacity of : the dark bole, and then appear as you on I landing-In(Palma is that It Is a. felon from coming if the finger. is wet Had,Him, 0.14. 30, K. of P.. 'meets every
New Year interest, payments $79-, by the ; ; be saw somethingintensely interest I I place where everything long agO left with it often.' Thursday evening at 8:0):
j that
Pa Tweddles-T epri't see why
gmeer at a off happening. Palma is as quiet as .
5 522.00; 977.0SO.OOO a year agoAgricultural Joe would descend from bis, perch & o'clock in their temPO
who"18 calling
Pensacola ) I I l Malta is noisy. .and that is saying a young idiot on Molly
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'i? products, $6.415,000,000; I' J like him, earnestly gaze into the : Put Them Off Till Tomorrow Castle Hall over Pou stable
SUQ and good deaL: Food is cheap and abunI basn't sense enough to go. It's mid.night.
$8,159.000.000 in 1904OMB I Then, with a gesture of fear; the Some tbicgs are very mucii better put W. Intendencia stre<>t.
: .. hamest. 2.707,593,000 bushels; I public 'I' per would 'run into Joe's cage. fol-1 I dan A robber as rare as a' beggar off until tomorr.w. Among them artbe Tommy l.dale.Taln't* his! Visiting knights are co*
,666m.OOO) in 189. erection of I, ,and life and property are'perfectly- the fault. hee'% go *slst'r"settln. on dially welcomed.
I |of all, the by the chimpanzee chattering ,j, repriraa i you mean to'deliver
Builiftnsik and alterations. Manhattan i cure in every corner of the island. The him\ .-Cleveland Lender. J. D. KIRK C. C.
Tampa I'I fright, and the door would be I ae a.t'e1o\l mean to express, resignation -
$138.159,0efl Man-' people If ,active In the cultivation '- C. J. LEVY .
1hr ; $139.442.000 ; Singular as it 'may at"em..thoug111 pot. you mean to hand in to a heart K. of K. & g
haftan -Bronx SIr 1889.Cars' I |I lof moral virtue, at least show a :yrant, these There, !Is 'no policy like iwlitpness.' -
Scared the trick was repeated dally for I II 1' less empw)er., Put off doing Knights of Columbus.1
; t; : bunt 168006; 164.507 in 1902.: 'or sympathy for that which is violent since a good manner often succeeds
Joe never learned it Every and you'll obably discover that ,OUdon't. Meetings of th
.4. Locdmott'1es bunt, 5,491; 5,152 in Yellow ; or uncharitable; Though'Ignornnt'ldle; where the frat tongue haf: failed.Ma- *
ities after I I lie was captured by the same .have to do them Knights of Columbia
!. I ItirotpprodtJctJon
1to and honest I '
superstitious, '
they are and gocn.The
had a ', and yet experience never taught : are held at their ha;!,
23,000,090 tons; f Inoffensive and ._
; live in the bond of
--- -- --
weeks ago. : wisdom.TDepest. ;; Ko. 8 West Intendfn-
.::4 $04X.o in 1903. i *
tie 'boys peace. It a couple of common folk have cia street on every
:ur tn circulation, .66r2J'34JOOO; I structlon ': a difference they:straighten It out with Hammer blows, steadily applied, break i Monday evening at
: S! .gsLLe>> in :1994.p Lake. their fists and neither is the tbe hardest c Coughing, day.after '
.Money in circulation, per'capita.. Young I' the Cascade mountains, about sev ; .worse.. : Jar of : 7:30 o'clockn n'
and 'teiriibibroat and
building.- Chambers' Jorna1.CarnFera. day, jars lungs vltation ij eitendci
i five miles northeast of Jackson
;: $SE75; $3i 32'December I, 1904.! I .
until the .to visiting Heights,
t bealthy''SlUes' give way.Ayert
: Ore., is'Great Sunken lake. the ..
Immigration fiscal
>car, 1.D26.499: :>>; II a
HigM : I Rebate :: Cherry Pectoral steps the hard / JOHN B. JONES
8 egO1 i in 23Q3.rattroad. lake In the world. It Is said to EDM. .
\ coU&hing' heall tbe torn nJcmbranes. FOX. Grand Kngt!
capital Down at : '2.COO feet down the A colored undertaker was requested fOUQllinq ; .
44. e. $369.523,704; to. water w...' ........1 W. MlI 'r.e. ...Co.. Recorder.
.. $a.a'o0: in 1904. high class 'all its sides The depth cf the water lo embalm th* body of a colored man. tH'_Rat ci ill.._,_ Itf.... LOw'l Ih...
bake a&Iprnenta-iron! ore.. 34,100,000 I grafters ] I unknown and jts surface is ,as The wife of the deceased 'asked what J ,- : Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0. f.

't8 : 271571.000 tons in 1902. Down In' and unruffled as a mammoth be'cost would be. lie named his usual .. :: ".:. r'I -- Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I, O 0 F.

!'T 'Jiiufk clearings. 9143,373,946,000; up shaato of glass, it_being so far below charge, to which she quickly :Jreplied, .- L1' ..... ----!::- meets every Thursday evemnr at 7 ;J
r Stf3.At8f815MW In 190L I en :"vacant } mountain rim as.to be unaffected ,"I tbint:that's too much;* -But it ;Js I', at the new hall on West Gardes
: .:Bank clearings in New York only. ** under- J street Visi'iag brethren corJia.lyInvited.
the strongest winds., It Is about fif 'the regular e. protested the : H& r.dS"" .. PO 1 ": ( 'J'. ,
IW5Y8I G bll.N&ON
*15302,67,0; $79.427.685,000 in 1901.)* ." .
assented the
taker. rh be, I I
miles in length and four and one- : tt may -I, I
Italroad fotaAtogivetbsmot: IUllt. u.s : B.R. WITK VSKI. Secretary
; I earmng8rross (55 roads) miles wide. widow,."but this ain't regular corps. 1' _
11- months. JS73.6M.317: $626,496,472 'h. War My husband bad a'wooden.leg." The pcauctivs: ,tjot1tat'. tu, reelClo REBEKAH SISTERS.
J hu904: ; increase 7W' per cent. J' ,*a Land-tin."I.- No eths: Ilc f.cJ! or miztiis of fcci, caD 00 Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah SIt-
Batlroad earnings net .((91 roads) tcrg meets Monday eight! at
the workio
cffcctva1l7' every
ID 1a'. l art of l land surveying owes its rafn f piliir.iaary
-: $333,0,01.830; $329.886,594 In 1904; in-1 I II I ..8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. Hall Vis-:
orofteo, 7 per, cent. t I tial, To I to: the; fact that the Egyptians $25 Fulle"'" t .tia1.cc : of it Wus j t wujaed on t : ing sisters'cordially invited to be pr* -

., Sock q'JotatIona-AyegR: price. 20 which unable: to keep permanent 1J) nu'. .. I:. & conicuso: :rc.siiti and powerful I ent. MRS S. DeTHUFR
railroads highest? 'December 29. 133; I Ii gets the I on land which :was overflowed j u a source of proE i, n. sw st s4 this feed'Pail MISS MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary,
i '. 119iMghest) in 1904. I mutt leave year by the Nile Under such 1htata1eeL .
'LEB.. A. No. 81. meets first asl
-4i Stock quotations-Average' price, 12 heaven, ; I it became necessary to : ..- I third Wednesday evening at 7 30 n
I :
.g.k industrials, 'highest December 97 I In some of re-identifying the '
29 means
.sOU ,a" m.. Rafford Hall, No 10. West: Inte!
highest. In 1904. speech. ] I i, pieces of land The instruments I II .tM\2t _ F. S. MELLEN:'&: CO:' : dencia street.
not indeed I mathematical methods of astro"o-' \? Corner Alcanlz .G.ard&n. Phone. 334 A. G, FELL. Pre
4' The Mann:Colliers libel suit has de- where .... ,
one_ with suitable modifications, were ...4 '_ J" L. SWE2NEYt Set
Trfop' the t-sthnony that Tom Wat. can be 'I by the Egyptians for land surv r... L .
t .
and I( wpV1.
is -
eon's magazine ownetf by the : T '!"
Oak CaropXtfo. 1 W l). w.
scarcely Live' ,
: Town Topics Co. Tom will have to ."
I t in Hall 1st andWednesdays '
titude Is .' meets Pyta.an
:' tfo some explaining now sure enough' nor the t I CHANGING, _SENTIMENT., > ,SHINGLES. SASH DOORS WINDOW' CLASS .1 sovereigns; cordially in each month invited \'ietn: ,

: Pensacola! now has less politics ana C C
Goldsmith's"Deserted Vil P. A, BOGHICH
less interest in politics than at any national To lage." I BUILDING MATER( ':. i I! LESLIE E. BROOKS. ClTk! _

tlm* .wltnln the past ten )years and years. i
probably; longer. For all of which from Goldsmith In his "Deserted Vil Phone II. Ii.-G.-DeSiLV41CO.; !.[ W O. W. C.. Oak Grove N> 4i .
pieces and : ." chapel where 1 lat Thurs(a'
spoke of certain. i Woodman Circle meets
: Ut us be thankful. T L T. ,,'
beautiful 1 .. .. "f'PjtWan
I who ""'-ent to scoff, remained to 'j' of ach month at 3:30 p. .m. : d
The place 1 WARRANT for the arrest of tai wo-.f ', Hall Pou's stable II "
: ,,over
'From all] over the state of Florida !So in, Uh one 'often laths! at .
India is Prompt deuyery to any'part of the !''tendencia VIsitfnR EOIP"!
: street
3p comes the grand chorus of prosperity. ,them In : [ he does not understand and his man.Wire jhwin l{ at Deruniak Springs; ,,I E.i: B. ACOSTA' ,S.. CO, :city., cordially inxlted Mra Wc's:'
when he understand 1" I
does I II
'I It is a happy sound and it grows In mans loo turns to There' wer I f Florida; 12;). 4 're.=ard for the chll.i,f omce 'and fld-Z: ; ro 28 N. T rra-i clerk; Mrs. M B. Olsen. guardian

t volume as the months go on. of, spirit ( who doubtea praise.. the. merits of I Fisner. MonrceDouglas. :This him womut from,,''i'M"o'", ". and R.t." Cease,. In "F-ona St.. feJt"ol.... FIL Phon 363.I" The Original

-i>if Senatar JE>'pew says he does not rurcr Are not than < ber6th. 1905 'The chili is,6 ,
::1 see why he should resten rom\the soul of our l they have tried it, they are now I : account of th, & *;
fair has forei : remedy anj on
skin .light hair .upper --1-1'I '
its b?st' friends and strongest I *
not t'rest May
cnate. Possibly everjonee'se popularity o' Foley
plump merit and ,
tUan ( Herpicide kills the Fern: i i teeth rotted off; nr weight off<""
j does: lower the root and : about 50 pounds; very bright child. and Tar many imitations are
otf at ,
eats the hair
re.nrenee1 hair then egain.< As a hair, Expenses paid both ways delivering!:' AL\aZd: lOOb for the fcenuin These worthiesff
In a few years more we shall f be I called from it is grows incomparable try ,It.', child to DeFuniak Springs. Fla.- 'In. .addition .'I ICE, CO ]/ itatlong have' similar sounding' naIDt:'

: able to call the Czar: "Old Nick," the vibrant sale by W A. D/Aleanbsrte.. drtf 'to the $25 reward. I from ,tl&AConsumers' .1 Beware of them. :-The genuine FoU1Honey &'t'

which(; Is defgntfully appropriate. Once is: and apothecar.* 121 ,South. Pala -.H. A. DOUGLAS, I j Ice and and Tar Is In a yellow! P:*
: Fuel Company. t::
your. street, or send 10c in stamps for, Father,of the eMU: ,-., age., Aa H for It and refuse any .
the fourth edition of the Baby I .(a: much, to The ,HerpicJdq .Co.. Dc- .':\o.'f.DeFuniak Springs; F1a7Jan1m ;,III. Office-:Corner Chats and ':Tarragona." ** PrTone:259. tute. 'W. \. D'AIemberte drug-
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16 oe.; g g. 0 t tb Ve c ,o t; e.(: ?' .";- Miller, ; of 'Darlington. ; S. C.., spent foe t. Srf* rvsv>*tfc Eiel\t ;
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S\J\ts. 00I0 ,>..' .tt,'" \ (or e. ., It was a'happy mesting when! ] \& $3 o
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ri' 1 \ttSt s4e t Beneficially: l
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\eg. to f"G oJt g ., see and find out the ways of tIn world,>'
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g,tie. '.. and tire writer is proud to say thatj I I t >> Syrup of ,Figs appeals to the cultured and the 1 ':

be Lawrence( ) J9 one of the many J ',- well-informed and to the healthy, because its j

Joo'1 \t. thousand ?ads who have Iit :homeo\ ;< r 1 r a'' : component parts are simple and wholesome ,i

.. a e' : tS"r"o.o \C\\t do better: who ,03' made quite a. .suo: e c't.; ., t 9 and because it acts without disturbing the ,

60 a'1e e O/ \. : csss"in life.Lawrence. .. J:; ** ., natural functions as it is wholly free from -t
<:II 0 t\\ \ i = s' substance.. In
(" d first went to Macon: Ga., : every objectionable quality or 1
; ; S'" / \\\\YJ { whJrehe secured. A POSltion in a small 1. "S 't f v the process of manufacturing figs are used, as !

(' 0 1111S (\) machine shop; k'nown! then as the :1L ,::. 1 they arOj pleasant to the taste::but the medicinal 1

ap Go"" 't\ Macon &,Northern,-but now owned: by :.r: ;,w.x. Z, :j virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from l lan

.. Q E 1L 0Sit' the Central of G eorgia_ When ht applied :]_ B excellent'combination of plants known to

't; 'l'/a1a'i .to' the foreman for a job he told -:.a be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. t: "
\.fIl' ? + .v To its beneficial effects buy
t, flint-that be. would have to have al get -
t -: rt showing from ,his parents. Lawrence e.-y the genuine-manufactured by the '1;.
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told, him hEt- had-no parents and that i ;
,. aroused< the sympathy of the big-
,, : i.i E 'hearted railroad!! "manC and he took the ,ft:

+ a ; t lilt I" ."orphan" in-the shops and that! pNll'5yRvp 'f :i
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.5?,.-> 1'N night carried, him to' his home, where;! ; ,lJ ,

ri he and his good Christian wife gavel(
the little runaway a hearty welcome.t a SAh rahciZro A.
Fortunately for Lawrence he was!' 'aurSVille'Fc,.. : .r' 1 few orh n.Y

tnrown with t the) best people in ..the \; ;, For sale ky.ill Ie dJjjj Druggists, la origin package only,bearing the fall
Beginning, consequently he has made r name of the Company,
Brewton. Friday,. ,an honorable noble Christian gentleman -'
i II FLOMATONSpecial )Ir. O'Bannon superintendent of ; a son' to be" proud of, a citizen' '- F
public education came down on an I SAGE LEAVES ]Ii whom all love. 'respict and honor.. He .
inspection '''tour to the "school in Flo- now'has' charge of one of the departments \ r ;

niaton Friday and dined with )h. i i.I in one of the largest manufacturing --, .
to The Journal. John Drury i plant !in, South: Carolina1 .* '
faithful servant/1
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Flomaton Extends to The Pensacola Special The :Journal, I }
Flomaton, Jan. 8.- Monsieur La Journal/ the A few yearn ago he was happily Mr. D, A. McDavJd has gone to New OPERA ,HOUSE
compliments of the'season Brent, Jan. S.-As ,
if to clothe- the j nM together in the' holy bonds of ;
Grippe Las made himself an unwalf l- with a"wish that its future Orleans !tq accept, a'. position as druggist .. 1
prosperity earth.in mournful garb of gloom over; matrimony with Mias Lena James' of ,- 7 .
f tome social visitor in and around will: ('Qu.af'its past and present j f ULLEXPRt:55 = ;
F.omaton, and held in his mighty grip popularity;, that age will not efface the sad death of the olden year' 'the ,Cedartown and most Ga.popular, one.of.Georgia's daughters., Theirbnion"has fairest I forgot. ,to, mention the 2Mb. gobbler -I I OPERA HOUSE.ONE ?':'
its fair proportions, nor impair its far un bad scarcely sh wn'hit': face Lawrence Miller killed on the NIQHT .
many unwilling victims. Coughs, cxtendsd influence I through th l been blesstd. with two sons, hunt and.the b'IK- >tuck weighing 163 I:! '
,opening days .of.-nfceteen '
muffles and blows, have been the order I WUU: r3dRamtAt iU D. Ibs.'killed;} by Elmo, Miller. Each of,| Thursday, Jan. 11. i
six. On Wednesday i mid the l lowering time of his
rather the. departure from .TS
or the disorder of the sea the 'boyi carried part of the gobblerand PaEPa1n
participated clouds of fog came blinding sheets of .hjs parent; the writer was employed! to in South Carolina '
son. Many little in the deer ( their homes \ OSCAR L. ,FIGMAN
frolics of Christmas holidays, or the ii MILL ViEW rain with boisterous. galesof "wildwest" In theCentral the: transportation of Georgia.department My'mother on and Mississippi.$ i I II I\ and ,
OJ winds. musttellyeyot,( ( the sad accident!;
festhities of the new Thank 'w'rotp.me: I WHITEIN
of the.-Circumstance
year Friday morning! curtains tad and requested that happened to me% -.one night during RUTH
God there is always the silver lining polled- away and frost was; visible In \ me to look up the little runa-- the holidays.: ,, .1. was on my way to asocial THE WESTER' ,* OPERATIC; ; Ar
t'I> the dark clouds and "we'breathe iiice 'the 'open' folds. wa>'* lt 1 did;8o*m-found him at the ,the roads were

.licit ..o/.ftne-.aadagfeefc more Special. to The Journal. 1! .Miss ,Lege.; Clopton has, outgrownthe abpv -mentioned _aa{,'iLne shop, but'the bad >ajjd"entertainment boggy.) Very suddenly my, COMEDY'
the: climatic insplratlon'-of.'thes cr&ivinter Ul1view, Jan., 8.-Miss Helen Wind- Brent, school, intellectually ,and ,.f1itt1 "rjjscaT old: ,,dot ,want to: mule''went np-i-or' down, rathertohis I I

days. So fare the well Monsieur hem left last Tuesday for Montevai- went off, to a higher grade institution jrpcognire mot He was under the im- ehoul La Grippe. lo, Ala., to enter school 1''at' Whitmir but founl.incoajpetency: presslon that I was after him touring matterof: course went forward and| e s

Dr Patrick, president of the,Judson Mr. W. F. Briggs and ,Mr.. \\, King:: there She will have to go a few steps him ,back,to' the'Yaad of Flowers.' the 'result, was that 'I got hung up on' 24-BIG SONG HITS-24 DEItvERCD FOR ;
College for girls at. Marion Ala., esrtrtei1 of rensacoiii'spent Sunday in: Mill- further up'in the piny woods' lo como Lawrence 'returned' to his. home in the poor animaj'a lengthy ears. Well' Cast includes Jethro Warner Fred
to the train something less in touch with the advanced,tutor, whom South Carolina a'/fpw: days'ago'ac- we ..jUd'lt, m.( and m' mule and my Bailey, Barry B. Williams, Georg3
Than : view. ,. "t ''
oar sweet girls and scattered I\'i comiianie) by' hlsl'sfl! ei. Miss Mae,
:she needs. fnule .and( me. but finally we got out. Romain EtU Loc hart. Louise Bracket 'r
them broadcast over the land the Mr. C. H., Abbott and wife, of Ba; who Y'v spenilhli\
to couple of months
A New
Years gift'of general .ppre- ; Well, sir, Jou'couldn't tell which waswhich Frances Warner, and others. "-
Alight of expectant parents and ated spen' Christmas with relatives ciation is the handsome with] him and ffirnily Tip there. We '! hardlY but I .walked the bal.
"factory dress.' : ; CHORUS.
friends! and to the utter distraction ofidmirhig here. Mr. \ btt' returned home which is being given to the-bard road hopej that' her trip will prove beneficial enci of tbywayV; !'was so afraid that I FAMOUS COW. GIRL CHAS.BLUM&CO.
; youthful swains. AmongThe to her-and, that she may have a Prices-25c to $1.50.
irs. .Abbott will north Pensacola. person would that
number was the "sweet sixteen" Tuesday. spendsome Jolly: good, time.Peronil; somg unkind say Seats sab Tuesday noon at Coe's 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST,
I I The best movement" that could be 'my mule was, tight,but tie wasn't. Ibad'al
time with her'mother.Miss
daughter of )lr. Bill Scroggles, who book store JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
for over a wek, was under the Vessle Big'js vsp/at last inaugurated for "goo.f roads" in nine- l Notes magnificent time, after alL I I I .'
spell of home joys. .teen-six I3 the ;application this hard Mr..Elmo, Miller,. of'Mish, Miss., and Mf. aiUT .}trs", 'Walter D. McDavld, -' '
Mrs. W. T. Baker of. Pensacoli, week with Datives at Be/fiew., |I I finish with teams of industry* 1 a junior. brother'' spent a the holidaysat of JcDn ct/'spent a 'day or two withus 30 -OURST EUROPE,.2 TO JAPAN RUNYAN I
made glad the heart of her mother Mr. Robert 1Valkgr has resigned his After reading the frosted home with his parents. The old a few day ago. We hope to see I Under superior jnamgemrntexceptional KING & :
position sawyer: : in the mill here tion of typical:= Iowa winter d3SCrlV-j folks had glorious time there Main In jh future. | a Mrs. M. L. Faurer by a short visit as. I: a good rejoicing near I Annual Oriental Cruise, }eb. If. troit'tmme: Agents for the ,
1 lsi week. and has gone to Scranton. ,Miss. tov.'ork. pen of, :\Ji". G. E. $cott. in a over the 1 return of their sons. !AffJiW; C. McDavid has gone to Pen N. Free.L .

Mr Goo, Hard, a 'well -beloved old Mr Charles Seals of Pensacolahas sue of'The Journal-- xve can better appreciate Miss L11a Memory, originally of sacqa I on, a business trip. :RANK C. CLARK 96 Bway, New York Wolverine Marine Engine ;: -
resident of Flomaton came cbwn accepted the position .as sawyer this climate where snow is North Carolina but' ,who now residesat bar D. ,T Williams Milton was '
font Brewton on a brief businesstrip. Miss Rosejnna :McNalr returned rarely seen ana the temperature' seldom Castleberry, Ala, and who has been [among his!? manY friends, here last I Also '\tlI ,.
i iA falls lo2'0 degrees above zero. ,spending a few days with the Misses week. Morris Dannheisser
small party went down to a home last week, after a pleasant visit Were it no for the difference In the, McCaskill.of Nora. Fla.. has returned Ms:. R. p. McDavid, of Opp, was also I The Racycle ?iWe
2anee at Bay; Minette: New Year's t(. her sister here. !( humidity sad rarefaction the Iowa' home to the regret of hr many ''over 'oP our side of the river on a I (Formerly pannheisser Bros.) Full Line of '
nght: and returned with many complimentary Captain Partridge'of Selma pass ill!i atmosphere the people! would fctrdly friends "We hopeto see her down in hunt last week.. Pure Old Rye and ''Bourbon, Fine carry a .
accounts of the. entertainment through here; Wednesday on his way:; flare to cross' tha streets Jn a typical Santa' Rosa again some time. She i Mrr. nd Mrs W. A. McLoud of Milton -( Wines. Beer and 'Tobacco. General Sporting Goods :
to Perdido beach where he will spend j blizzard -vitliout the prelection' of.. was accompanied .home by Miss Ola art VitUnr'the latter's uncle Mr. :
Mrs. E. M. McCurdy made a. hap- some time. I heavy Jif" Insuraneerape.: McCaskill. one, of Nora's, fairest and D. M-McDavtd/and<. family. Old Hickory Whiskey !Specialty 506 8. Palafox St. j
py a gay party of 20 McOurdys, aunts Miss Georgia Kcsmondi- cousins and sons-in-law who assem Elie: Hammacof Lillian;, Ala. returned expensive; in a.state with anunderjy) "|.i I look back and wonder"how it is stockade :tear C&upiuckla, is said to PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.cataeorwblskey.a. '

bled to discuss the merits of a'fat home Wednesday: after a few t InK supply ff coal for the entire 111.\\'! t1\a,1, am an 'old bachelor but I can J 6)? one of the belt,, and most comfortable -t ...... ; GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST r
gobbler: baked goose, 'ham and ivarious -t da3's6i1, to piss! Maud Staple, of) tion through tjie: .coming : centuriwH:i I i fay in behalf of myself-"Old boy you nes'ln-'th} _,state. The prisoners,. --- SUITED WITH A : ::.
tempting sra'e dishes, fruits and I) Bellview. :' May the railroads! extortian soon have) done your part thou good andLongache have arrmd n their 'sew home andseem ,
desert. Carrie. 'Windhara has, 'one,,to bel: nn to ityr.
j Miss "frozen out" by converting th? co '! .to bs-Delighted.! \ This certainly of morphia.. CHECK i
Dr. McCuray made'a flying. trip- to Mobile for .a.visit with"relatives., into gas at the mines to be piped to' --r--"' sp"/aiks'welj] for the, company.I WOAIIt'Slsn"T: ; l&ldaaum.P : I, CERTIFIED r.

1 _.-_ .. every corner- of the state.THos. must tell you what old Santa : : ,'
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MCMILLAN. Clans Drought me-a 'most beautiful O >Urg book of par ..fl'
falje' face, which I, was very much in 'tlculmonhooeorBtnttortnm
I i I trets All the dualities of flaror,aro
WHAT A WISE:WOMAN KNOWS, ne4 of; ,tnd? a hln some wig with AND !meet Addr *.,Dr. color and l ool}' material la jJ.ma j\J. '
V-t'.1 hair as rod a s the setting sun. It ''ft a WV.Prjarbt.VKLLKT, embodied In it.

f I That to be witty at'tbe expense of vary becoming, me, too, as I am{I I Whlsksy,Cure fits-ter j

Selected grains and ,perfect: somebody else is positive cruelty* i pains in chest, bronchitis, and very Mr,dtk6ba4ed.1--'W. Dzvls'-Sr": : : of Merrill i r .. t A. Greenhut & Co. .I'.
That the ability to keep a friend |is of 3"FENSACOLA -
i similar ofa cold the Miss, spent th..holidays with his sister DISTRIBUTORS
fermentation make : much; more value than that .required<< to signs on Mrs/II. C. )''Icp vld. Mr. Davis I j 1t FLORIDA. ftJi.1
gain,one: i lungs, can,be quickly relieved and has been' contested vith the RoseI.umbtr :t;
i I That personalities are' net always interertlng cured by i omJany.DC \}{ for sev-,i 1 -. .- -- --,- ---------
: and very; often tiresome. as Ii era' TearsJ 1 Souvenirs I F'Yr F'
wells offensive? I 1 1tWIZARDOIL ..Clyde MrDavid! also spent Christrnas i COMPLETE LINE f,,
homewith" hit Mr.:
Old Tljat a kind word put at 'Interest ; AM"NS .. af parents

# of brings love and back appreciation an, enormous, percentage".,. ; and We Mrs.tVIBb H.,The C. McDavld.Journal{ a happy and 1 FANCY GROCERIES t .i'i'I ,

most prosperous) N!w Year I .
That to talk and.talk,and talk l about "

herself and her belonging! Is ;very tiresome m'oyemeh of bowels T.'e, especially i invite strangers .J1f
) An agreeable 1\t the ,
/ Quaker to peoplewho'Iisten.That Without any unpleasant effect is and .visitors.. within' Sunbeam Premier Suing' and Lima Beans )j'
though' a loving thought way f producedy/ty'Chamberlain's/ Stomach Premier Lobsters
.not seem to appreciated: it has J''et '',, .No time! should be lost, becausefungr and' Liver Tablets! : For sae by all our gates to call an] see Premier Ilneapplc!

made her braver and' better because :;' druggists.- .. I our line of, ouvenirs. I French Peas.Mushrooms .
of it. 'i'I ;. Bay easily develop : ,

That to learn to talk ple! .. nt3yabont into pneronpnift-'or,. consumption. ORDER EASTERN STAR. I Poet Cards, 2 1"fr/r, 5t, cents. Premier Pium Pudding ['
) Rye'of. Relul r" ofFlorida'
nothing in particular I.i a gnat on'ancl I flamliM'Wizard.OU> : >, applied to : } meeting I Edam Cheese.Mclaren' .
.., Chapter No. 14.O.'E. ,
: [_prevents. "saying* !!* anything. *". she .njiglitrregrrt. 1 I the-chlltriU: 'the pain and iniflammation .. : S.. ,8 o'clock] p. m.I Orangewood Calendars, Pin. I And all other* Cheese Premier(in goods Jar) ,;,,:;

i j I! loosens' the coUgb Jue day. 'Jan. 9th. The Trays Cigar Sets and, Match Florida Syrup in bot- ,.a
I' Bowes Fancy
Pure and stimulating; Least [ Tbafto be always polite'tq the peat i tip degrees of> the Ord r will y
[ pie at home;;Is"not only more woinanly tnd :soon,cores the .disease.. bE conferred, after which Stands, 25'cer.t> to ;1.so.: I tie Everything. first-class and up-to-date,

effect to : its and sweet>t, but more relined.ban"having "My Itttie girl," writes Eich.' I the olf!'' n. for 1906 will
reactive due Rhododendron' ..WoodNoel
: "company" manners.-jw'" Torn toe J1 3A.. full attendanceis .. '- -
: iThornton Cola be duly :: .' : i
W. A
Press Qnray ;, solicited: 4'A' > ties, 25 cents to $1750,. i East Hill Gro. Co
perfect aging. ? "f11f ed.inore. or less 'with s cold MRS. GIBBS. W. M. r
eJI Burnt Leather, Goo 2s cents
ia lena. MSs BERTHA STEWART! See. s.
The toga on the,lungs since herb : and ; M. F. BOWES Manager.. a

Worth your' w .ile to get means Servian of'peasants"an institution hlp known each. other-by..'.Ut.',;1 finally the'trouble became serious. k.KPiIGHTS, : ATTENTION f I Mat flifurci white. ,.I., ground, PHONE :1:.

1. mob A man who has. not panda"suf; No Remedies gave relief;' until,we j Special conclave 'of ;" : : .- -- -
it. S ficieut to plbw or- reap his, farm 'calla I' goer :de';% on Command- : I
; Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.- [,Inthe moba-that is to say*'Inviter ',I tried Hai 1i".Wizard Oil, one bot- err SQ. !. Knights Tem- t. f Florida and Alabama

,; 404-403 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main s ..* I his neighbor to come and liclp html: tie pf, which permanently cured. .plan, 7s: ,' p, ,m. Friday COMPANY C

-- Pensacola, Fla. '2 Ha pays nothing for this, e rVlce, pr<> I[her." !}/ Price 50c and 100. : Ian. 12.""degree Work Sojourn-In RedCrOsst Coe's Bookstore ,LAND -
Tiding only supplies I of Manufacturers of
and drink* but generous when of tbem tof4> Sold reoommended; : by :ID d !;Sir, 'ilbte'4re courteously In- .' ''1 and Dealers in t

!? e Ruyter ( HollaiGunk- I'he ply will'for take thVlnobV) his)'turn.'ft" Is any,uri2ehit6o ll U r--'j| .! Phois"!,*, 180 WHITE'S Night- .Phon PHARMACY.Pensacola.'.44..l FUu.' I vitd.Air.,..-HENRY' :tt.RY,NEEDHAM...W{' 'GIBBS Rec..' E.- c.., 213 s. Pati1o&SlfeH, : a I i LUMBER GLES AND SAWED KILN-DRIED CYPRESS 8A SHIH.a *. ".,r

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Then ';'lHj Kj'-jfjjcs Kb- Los we C"Y:41-! r'R" H i1"UU .ATISM OF
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS! :1 :ine, ttitj5a the aticn! of-her life; 1 .
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The Mostv :f3ho-.ll'i- ,. )it 1 1'i.il-! sub a home of' j "-< "
Winter because of the cold l
; i s u&atJ3 worsein and damn.
]eI1w&: i; Lbs! focwsrU.tsF; : a h::i>- Rheumatism
condItiOns of.the climate. The occasional
1 tu'SttLe: fStorei-as brigJt! : ness and other changed twinges

Seen, Heard and Done. Among Those Who, Go Come Hs a fuiurv Veil coild bo', ITiis IsLonnd o/ the'disease that,are felt during the warmer weathfer are changed to piercin" .
I I to .tfU!, l' t1t't! : bp'ore marriage pains; the muscles become inflamed and swollen nerves get sore and,
OonIentedn .
and Tarry---Women and :Here and Elsewhere.By '
Society, i excited ache and Rh.eumattstl.th terrorof winter, takes
I MRS. M. Qv Hv-RUSELUf ;, '!=< r-.>,; .jritL'J'to, j ; P'C( .jshl1ess the bone* POSSession -
sufferer turns to the liniment
: : J Eha t.iiit; ,'\'a bavcliad grave.doubts of the system., Tfcea the bottle the

E. NELLIE BECK Tl.phon, 669 I : .. !1. 'A Commercial Woman and a,:' {eed"fal aboct! \\(. Lt\ug a ',,,ltc. She "might : woolen clothes the favorite plaster or some home remedy inn effort to get

_are 'usually4b.'t fed (7Peralo t !iL'3Irs.Mae ... have a d {'OntentC'd.(3.miJcircle to I I relief. But Rheumatism is not a trouble that can be rubbed away or drawn

.. I1ey.. 'If ,yon.I live* here Orafi ;.'R SSn BloQDJ-- Ccul!:: with .;;;,1 I so on.' l.1Jee things are out with a plaster.these things relieve the pain and reduce the inflammationbut

,BENEVOLENT LADIES ,I outers eaten with a better relish.I you live well: ';;: Ington Ill.. is tbs only woman: oil' operator all brr I Iu" it air-ay 'when she marries. I
ELECT OFFICERS. I Some interesting snap shots were, ., : in Kentucky and" perhaps in ,thC J2u-; VKI 7i"ta? oad5tloa:: which enables attack comes on. Rheumatism caused. by a sour acid condition of

The ladles Benevolent .Association taken and an accident or two addeJj United States. 'Slw- 'the" discovery of t.Ur tQ-ti? a raseate.hue: OIl the 'most the blood. Therefus :matter and bodily i Impurities which should be carried

or ejection Temple Beth-El held their annual interest to the .occasion. Only the Best I I eil! there have been: bdtonebr-ttro; wo-' j' cr';iaary thiujs' of ,Iifj I* .this doeaBO '. off through the channels
yesterday. The Association i' Those present"were: Madames Mc- '. men wb"entured into tbV business! ona \ improve: her teaipeV Uothing can. indigestion weak Kidneytorpid Liver and.a general sluggish! condition of
tar ,
a flourishing membership of six-:I Iver Thomas Scott Strope Johnson, .. :
:: '?-, large scale< aursWfaails, tpo.wn the system. These impurities sour and form uric acid which IS absorbed by
tj-flve active ladies who work !: and PitUaan "
together Messrs.
Miss Phillips l
; ; "
: of everything 'jyjrved this young woman ..twenty* and distributed to the different muscles joints nerves and
: in peace and harmony, thereby Murdock, Mclver Lot Thomas, G. E. ""is .o{ some Table Savins Mat. the'blood bones
t accomplishing a great amount of, Scott John Eamsel. Gaorge Johnson, here 'and i/ji/: the,i most I eight years Js}tbe'onjy l ona.J .m:1ke,1\: Ash estcs 'U/ats/ -in all shapes and causing. 'the gainful. symptoms of Rheumatism. S. S. S. goes to the root of

rood. The officers elected are; Ralph Johnson Loyd Strope and Tom pleasing ma ner. success, of the!btjsizss' ,.rind t34ay,sbe, J sizes!: (covered with white .c.tton flanej4nay the trouble and cures Rheumatism by cleansin"

President-Mrs. Max J.- Kahn. FerreH. The majority of the parfy Is rated as among,.the Jargert .operators |) be LaiT: from any of-the shops,; i the blood. It neutralizes the acids and filter

4.t Vlce-President-Mrs.: Levy. are here to escape the severe winter Jn .the ..countrAn:}' her holdings: aaJ arc of great help to the careful I Ii S S S them out of the circulation and sends a stream of

Secretary Mrs. S. A. Friedman. o? their .northern homes and it was ; in Wayne county, Ky.,":alone are wQrtha j i hoosevrffe In protecting: her fine
r Treasurer-Mrs. La%. Uacoby. ctrtain'ly' a novel experience for themto vast sum<'f money. i froja spots: due to hot dishes.. These the pains cease, the inflammation subsides the

Relief Committee-Mrs. Max Klein picnic\ in :January. The: 'entbr1 careeV "of tits wi nan j nerves are quieted every symptom of the
) mtts: nxay be covered with doilies: made: PURELY VEGETABLE. disease
04 Directors Mrs. P.-Mrs.Stone.Morris I I MISS Kandy Kitchen Cafe, bows that she was
4: 'Mrs. Dave Kugeiman. Mrs.Dannbeiser.Sydney'Kahn. ,MARRIED GELBKE IN MOBILE.BE life, rather, than -that of a home they Jo>> not: sail: the appearance of a I I purely vegetable and does not injure the system as do those medicines containing
woman; and although once n arr Pd, i prettily set table l lutbe'sltghtcsL- -Another Pctash'ajid otb.ej'minerals. Book] on Rheumatism and medical advice
Mrs. A. Greenhut and Mrs. H.08eJl8teln. M!. and Mrs. Charles F. Glbke 'an 104 S. Palafox. Phone. 999 I
nounce the approaching marriage of .she 'is now unhampered, "as"she says, I, good wayto keep the heat of the I Ii I.without: charge.TO THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
,t by the presence of a'iii'an. dishes from In Is the
-+- their daughter Marie Regina to Mr. 1 i striking to cover:

,t HERE TO LOCATE Gabriel Martin Drey on the evtenin'3: Mrs Russell was born Jlissllae Ora' [ table: first with a square<<; of white oil-: 1 -

.,.- AND WELL PLEASED. of Tuesday: January 16th at the ---------- Hood datgJteot! prpicinent. peopleof I: c3tli} tbe':!. with a pa l
:, MJ\ Claud C. Phillips of Indiana Cathedral! of the Immaculate Conception. -'RING C. L., McVOY': the Illinois toitvu: ;''and afler rccelv-. ':1 silence cloth iiiiueruectli the table I MRQVE4NDRESERVE'OJR

,, la" in the: city to spend a month 'I -A reception to follow at the -; USE
proS t}'ho'teSO7.! Take advant," of Meats being' II rpread. TUe oilcloth is 't>xceJent] for !
I: pecttog and visiting his brothers' Mr.. home of the brtate's parents 110 S. heap. Western meats a specialty- De- keeping: out the heat and protecting the '
) S. M. Phillips and Dr. L. C. Phillips'I I[ Stocking St., :Mobile' Ala. I' Jirered to any pan of the city, | table! : NADINE FACE POWDER

of No. 10 North 'Pa1 fox. I' Miss Gel ke .has numerous rela- i ip.every"; .' ,way.The ." -, IX GItECX BOXES O.VLT,
Mr. Phillips contemplates .' tives friends in Pensacola who ... ;---:--
investing and! *
there to Ocala. t i Is
Unirer Cheat. _
Iu the lumber
line here and is so well I will read with interest the announc :
that the convention a Bartow will The,"dower,,.chest'as a gift for the ,;r. VTATER.TJADINE .
wt pleased with the outlook that It upon n ent of her coming marriage. j I :
be honored }I -
turther investigation he is as satisfied I '-+.- I and edited by the pres- I| newly, bet "ntlwd maid is growing in ';' -;yi Fare Powder Js compounded toil

I I hie will send for his family In a'' Mrs. Bessie Rady and son Louis jhave j ence of -following; brethren;. Dr. f' I Ltas'or aiid antique shops in the"c() ntrrl1'e a- pnrifl-d by a SEWI.T Diseovr.uv PROCES
R.: Y. Mullins.! president of th? 'semin- : ... .. *. Produces beauMul, soft velvety anpesrance -
tew weeks.EXCELSIOR. reiurd home'after a very seAit-hed for the old carved chests _ _- "
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which remains until washed
I off.
Walnut -- -
ary; Dr. T. T. Eatoo; pastor : :
.t pleasant' visit to friends In Washington St. Baptist church [for Virginia and Massachusetts pioj : 4.- : '-"- Ladies who use Nadine Fac Powder in green
and editor 'Wes
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.I boxes are gore the complexion will be f -hand
and Nov -I +
FLINCH. New York Boston 'S:
em Recorder Louisville; Dr.. Gray x>r j ueers, Some person: with'II onfiy .to -dci i -i. : ae\Ll .VX lovely at close of the evening. TH8
On account of the death of a dear, Scotia. 117- -' .________ W SO
-- the Home Missionary Bqr4Dr.. Wil-s! sparere sending agents: to Europe t.). QUALITY tQUALED. Buy one wnt
: :friend of Mrs.' C. J. Levy. the Nw I -+- : { package and if you .re not entirely !\&t ..1ed1Solifl' :
;p City Flinch Club will meet with Mrs. Miss: Lottye Rice of Century ar Kngham! of the Foreign. Board: Drs I find the real audiuog. Eueij as figure In; I 4; ; ma,. and we. will! promptly HirusoYOCKSIO.MT
Frost and Spillman 'of the S., S.
1 historical pictures. The i owcr chest of :
Ct J. Oertln-g. Tuesday afternoon at rived Sunday to visit her brother and mail. Price 3d
Beard; Dr. Jno. H. Eager returned carved, oak with massive bands of I JSel t 3 o'clock.BAPTIST. sister Mr. and Mrs. Charles: Rice. 4. : 0 w cents. White.Flesh.Pink.Brunett.'
missionary from Italy Rev. B. J. W.f
-.- -4- ; brass would be loved by every prospective 'i
Graham of the Christian Index and Prepared
'1 LADiES Mrs. Ellen Alarston returned Thursday *' 'b' I bride. Some'chests are of generous *
r WEEK OF PRAYER. night from a delightful visit to possibly others.-Baptist. Witness.. 1! proportions, and if'they are filled 'rHE NADINOLA I iRt, National Toilet Co. Paris, Term.

t r The ladies of the Baptist church I I her nephew, Mr, James Muldon an' Mrs. J. W. Day and children 'With rare embroidered ilba, cashmeres : Sold In Pensacola by all leading druggists

are observing this as a week of family, in Pensacola Fia.-Mobile, turned from .Selma. where ,have they I and fine linens, as was the old custom. ____ __ .' __ _. __ ___ U __ _. ,_ _

,,1 prayer .and self-denial fop' the Homo]I[Register; .... i spent the holidays with Mr. Day. their value will be enhanced very materially > ...... ..............................O...
ii Mission Board.Praytr'.services. in the bride's eyes .
5, every night at 7:30 Miss Mabel W.ilkinson. who spent This Journal : .
department of The
la the Sunday school room ant:) a cordial the holidays with her parents in this "
would respectfully call the attention Foil Door Mirror 1- "I'd Leave My Happy Home for You
ri! Invitation is extended to ever- city left yesterday for college. at of i i
one to unite with them. Meridian ,Miss,, the Mobile Register? to the fact When ,a, girl has scant space In ber ,
that when that Interesting MRS. YAK OEAU0Ot'nrSSELL.log
paper reprints ;
boudoir sh$ may economize in room
On Thursday afternoon instead *
anything from' The ''Journal : oth the'Maiden to Her,Lever .
as I Q ,
V a meeting of the Missionary Society :Mr. D. Elmer Wilkinson, who spent i. a good: common vscbool education by putting 'away her cheval'glass and
arming as Mrs. .Fred O. Howe's j
ll'ere will be prayer 'service in the the holidays at home left Sunday for became a stenographrr. She parried I having her closet door inlaid with a i
New Wlshes-l906" it .mighli: "It You Will Furnish the House.
.; Kunday: school room at 3:30 and they Auburn Ala., to re-enter school. at least give the author's address!i W. L. Russell, a rich: oil operator .of mirror reaching from the top ,to the -

'will be glad to have every Baptist whether it credits this paper or not., j Ohio; and although-.she; ; lived-with him 1100It makes a wonderfully attractive |. i

i ,woman and girl attend. Miss Celestino Hirscher has: return 4' a short 'time only, she)learned much of feature, reflecting all the knick-- Margton' :; .& Quina will furnish the Furniture. Mattings, .

ed from Pensacola where she has Mr. .John Dow returned Sunday i the methods t"mplofed'lnobtaining knacks and oddities. The girl finds .it Stove. Etc,'and wa can pay later. "Now aren't they just J

,- .AND Isn't NO it' funny ONE SMILED.to hear a man whose been where visiting she has Mrs.received Sidney much Calm atten-and night to Auburn University after good oU leases ,land tb manner ,in much more, convenient and certainly' i lovely?"- Badrooin. Suits 20.00 to $173.00; Cialrs 15cto ; .

his : spending two weeks with his relatives' which oil was produced: in paying more useful than the cheval glass, $4.50.MARSTON, *
barren sand
own yard Is a dune. tion.MontgomeryAdvertiser.
l putter choked with weeds and tub- here quantities. The first strike of oil by 1 I which had, to be tilted! and turned to.' I"-

t4e:, 'and? his gate off the hinges.! tell Miss Geneviev'e'j'arkhill, of Tallahassee A Mrs: Russell was. ..*-yelwhich I\ produced see the. hang of the skirt or to 0 complimentary surprise party the bEinver'I,0OO bar- glimpsE of the .slippers When a. girl i & QUINA \
lo>g how the Panama Canal should be Who is the 'attractive guestof tenntered at ; ,
was Mrs. David KugeJman
constructed at once? And hear-- faiu Dr.: and iirs. Lykes will spend last evening her return hwhe rels per day ,.Y't4tj; |Jvgfrfefrucl I can afford,IVnothing is jnore.effective I *

4. pay; how "incomp tl'nt the whole next week with Irs. ,So B. Turman. horn a delightful upon visit .to relatives In the stteaiid now prbQucgs'' '. ren agreater I.. than to !h'ave all her doors made with- t 108/ilOS.. Palafox St.: Phone 148. Pcnsacala, Fla. :
; Itemed outfit Is' when ought to Hyde Park, Mrs. B. Wall
they Joseph and friends in Nashville and Montgomery amount thanju pther well, yet mirrors anddraped with soft silk that
have the big ditch half across that and :Mrs.: S. B. Turman will entertain where she has'been highly entertained brought in in that section.; harmonizes with the upholstering. .. ....o.......... "... .........
.tr ? I'm disappointed in few of their friends
strip o'land now a Friday for' the past month. The Mrs. Russell holds-lea'ses on thousands -
Roosevelt and as for Taft-well you evening at tha home of Mrs. Turman from' friends c'res Why Actresses Are Beautiful.
friendly gretting her is( of 4* in--Wwc. proximity to PHONlC. 'IB ;,
4- what he sir a bladder-a Hyde Park The oftonor'
know Is. Place guests
!'gieatly esteemed by Mrs Kugeiman. 'and oIl men When >we are In search'pi .really
this well, tjjcai. say
I mere bag; o'wind.! And not a soul will be Miss Genevieve Park '
41 in that car, smiled! hill of Tallahassee and the Messrs. that: : ihV propertied tnraed and con) I handsome women'we; look ,to'the"stag .
Ij -.- Lykes.-Tampa Tribune. Rev.. Geo. W. Robertson will remain trolled by her will make her the rich I and; wonder' why we find them there NEW LAUNDRY
the of Mrs. E. E. Saunders .
NOVEL EXPERIENCE FOR est oil operator in tl1!; tate. There.Is j A beautiful a9tres's" gives 'at the rea'
West Jackson street t uring! the remainder -
; NORTHERN. VISITORS. Rev. J, T. Mapoles (IPehsaoola, form. of the at the never a day., rain or chloe, hail >r enow, I son: "Women on the stage :make it
meetings Prettytcrian -I W. LAWREHCC. Proprietor. No 8 Wet! Ro'ssaa St. P.naac.Ie, Fla.
On Saturday morning a jolly party er editor of the Baptist, Messenger OUrs/RusBell i*not with..her large their business to become ..beautiful

filet at the bluff to participate in an was married Dec. 14th to Miss Ida church.- to force of'nieirat work in the field/and I which they consider important as' ,_ _ __ _ _. 4H

;- oyster: and fish fry. An ideal place M. Reed. Kosciusko.. Miss. ** Rav.: A handsome' boy namedLester' Wiliiant,,oil!, operators who hgve.been-! the I dramatic talent. They do not attempt % % ** 3MH&#. ii
was selected and a gipsy camp was L. R Warren well-known and much unless some
mdrn/ her'woueffnl the footlights
Hayncs arrived Monday business for juaramervelt thy5have
4I rpeedily organizedith all hands beloved in Florida as the -pastor at at of ; *** I looks 'ftn'd' a' carriage.. They improve
ing th.j borne Mr and Mrs. William .- capacity for"work. vf'Attractive good i REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO. I
several FlorioJa '
!1 lplng. Ocala for years paid Haynes. .. ., in face and ftguretho I, their beauty by careful esercise.
Never were fish fried. to a more ap'etizingbrown a visit rectntly spending some time ,
apparently flelirttt'Mrs.-RnSsollgreets" : diet study,, a desire, to please and the
and baked Pensaccla and from
fist at coming
were I Purity and fine flavor above 'every work.- 11 N. Palafox Street.
onewith'the gracioi \aanner of. a'gentle pleasure they get from their .
thing distinguishes: Blue Ribbon Va- -
I nilla Exertact from all others.. Goe educated womatf': and would' be Heads and Ilouaeworlf. BUILDERS OF MEN'S' FINE CLOTHES.
tbe' the'Hrorld would ;
3) T/ie Journal's Daily Fashion Feature 'twice "Blue as far Rifron and gives Flamor.dessert" the. fatuous take' for an oil operator.-one Cincinnati Sensible young matrons who desireto u iW'e

Enquirer. preserve,their hands: will use a mop: !have 'just received a full line of samples for SPRING AND

., for washing 'dl bes. The hands need 'f SUMMER' SUITS. .' I

-- I Ilinta on TablevMannern.If .' then never come In contact with dishwater ;: Wa extend'. a cordial invitation to our friends to call and examine.

; I do not eire to'take wine whenat and may be kept soft and white same
4' you Another sense scheme for the ?S uenU en.s 'Pressing: Club. Dues $1.50 to $!.:i0.
t""l .common
dissent t
a formal a'gesture ? .
) of the hands is the E. L. REESE .
preservation wearing -
i iI
: Finest is 'sufficient to show the servant that ; J. MENDEL.
of gloves for bou work. As a pro
h6 or she is not to pourany. Inour ; :U
t I I I I\ .
1 tectiou against" callous spots! on the
glass. You should not use a knife when -- -
/3 1"M511IIM I Flavored palms a pair of old gloves may be laid
eating fish. and lettuce. shouldbe

: I !tl I I I Il I folded with the fork and so conveyed aside. to wear on sweeping days New Crop Cane Syrup

2 J2rA1 I lt I I I I i Florida to the mouth.' Ices' may be eaten Blatcliiner Oak: Furniture.

,, !7 I ILULL/ I i with a fork or spoon,, as one may .
I does with
;' I Oak furniture! .Dot 1:0 well,
I .., -
t. prefer. -' '" Put in all size
i: "Y.'PzA ) II AwaY' rejaain composed' hi.case of up packages
/ I i il '
\ II I nn accident at the table, -If' :you, are 'A LABORER'S MEALS.

t --CANE SYRUP--1: the hostess, never apologize. -Both host' S WRITE_ FOR 'PRISSupL. .

I |! r, ess" and guest should Ignore it, although! \ Are All|| Right for Him. but. Bad. for

I if'the guest 'Is the'offender, he or she the Professional Man. .

i : tI :; may offer a few\ word! *of,apology says: A professional man" :.writes. from Stores Southern States Lumber{ Company
; the Philadelphia"" Press. Chicago: I
New Process | "The food "qucstic-n. has,been an all
Never allow your 'servant to reach'ncrossa ":
:1 important one tq me. PENSACOLA FLORIDAred

: Steam Evaporated, i I i anything pciiou'Ih"placing and see tb':1t'.in: clearing"or removing:the; "Up to.a;..yeir.a! d a half. ago.i. _had
seen a victrm 01 siomacn trouaie'anu; ,
i table only one ,:or two '"plates are removed a most 'con'Usnt: : constipation, for' at I t
and where It is to
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11. at a time.The habit of piling! least six. yearp. | necessary reJ
tain a red rug if the latter is at all I
one plate on top of'.tm'other shows a "I !ate laborer's'meals and di-l a1i i 'i NewShoe
: GUARANTEED ,: lack of proper training. The knife,and most "no manual work at ail. I was I Itx dark a dark yellow will successful

: : fork should'be placed side: by side on pi of frl&J: foods, meats' fresh \ on the walls. ,The"walls and paper can I
ABSOLUTELY'< | bread hot biscuits, ,etc., Con.se-!. then be harmonized with flowered cur-
the plate! at' the conclusion' 'of each
I \ : qiaanes-rnany:: trips, to the dotor.: tains ia red aDdcliow madras Blue
i PURE !. | oiaagrecable.nauscous medicines and back of oak I? al\yay a good choice Store

to relief: and there are many greens that go
!. Your Keroaene Soar "About ;3. year and a baIt a'so11 be: withitwelL ,
One day: recently an Indianapolis woman gen to .u.se Grape-Nuts lojd. livinVon; '

.. :, Crown went Into-a lamp tstore to buy it almost entirely. Friends ''won reJ Mushrooms I

..... i BrandiTHE II some new burners and {complained ;to how I could!: and wonder yet hew- I Never reheat mushrooms or dishes On or about January
1st, we will open at
the.woman" charge that"her old bum-i I can make' a few spdonfcU of Grip:
era when: lighted'' -is-e"off most oNfensive Nut's take the place of the heivy meat containing : process of corner of Baylen} and
: 1 'in which I usid: : to" : ;!: csoklng is in itself right but after get- Intendencla streets.
J odors. The wo'rnan" l5a\!(( courses : .
.. lamp
; .; .. I But wisdom Is justified of Inha.1 ting cold mushrooms areapt to develop
to her
: '
; j! ,* em. 'I'have fount in Grape-Nuts a I injurious properties and, .to !become
: L'J i Florida "I am quite .surest, isn3t. : the bum-: .
Syrup Mills. | perfect ,fand.: '. J Ji dangerous food. Therefore 'consume
'" at' nor .is-
: era that are fault it. i The Shoe
tour'lamp **I have never gnywn tired of It yet what mushrooms you cook at once or
I wick. Your coal.oil is probably'i end I certainly -fcavs given it a good an-
Broadview : ; i throw them ,
Growing Station, $I ". 1 I!
: ; r sour. trhL And my constipation with its I ,

t The buyer, was astonished to learn'1 i attendant ills has disappeared.: My Bodkins,' Parlor

( ''" t Quart Bottle, '25 .j that coal oil could SOUP. The woman j!stomach h has toned up so: that i 'can I' Safety pins! : are gOQd -8ub t1tut !l when .

'T;',_ in charge llSs.eif.ti; buyer how lonffj: I eat almost anytMnz. even at night: R l' ddn: is not handy, but -
4 5 still
1-2 gal. Cans, 40c t I .she had had the on.-nd when the bnyVjft and have no trouble- whatever 'withmy -
; :j :, .. digestion. are corset .laces, of ('()tton. linen, silk C. THIESEN I Proprietor.
',- t Gal. Cans, > TSc :l'''- reported tllll'd that' sh e bkJ.not'ha'a time: was her j' ""Bcfor I b ?san eating Grape-Nuts or elastic, ac orditg'! to ta6 use for J. E. WILSON. Manager.We .

-'f : : oil can for some she la I I food I used ta find It difficult to con;;- which they are Intended.. By/means of will have a full line of
: formed that coal oil sours just as |! !
contrat my thoughts en rai; worko&: the metal ends these can be used, for Up-to-Date
2'1 much as milk-not so soon;,of conrse.;I ward .off restlessness after mea.ls.1 draw strings '.- : I
FROCK FOR THE MAID. for it will stand -mut-li longer but ta |I
: A'WHOOL LITTLE Now the revers:> is true and '

: : neflum shade \ of porcelain blue!'velvet ribbon ia.disposed in a triple v.1 i ,FOB SALE rairir : _| : be sweet and to' burn without odor the settle down to brain .work an}: {)m'.1 When long; Lair .becomes, so matted rilen s' and Boys' Shoes

The is oil must b* -fresh.* The 'coal oil can plele my task in' a workmanlike that "It Is difficult f wnnVibe
linie sfcirt. shirredto the,band. > tangled
Henrietta is employed for this simple j jtut should .be thorougaly emptied at frefjquent ner wjttout becoming nervous. or We will sell'

wiart little school frock; 'and a I and ribbon display'OD the* two. Bern rows: .aJtJ'of the a velvet plain I i iSol Calm &/Go. i intervals. It should be,aired l nnd'when ; fckse4: out. locks coboL they This.hould,1el8tnrated done{ they will' with lH>eome al- I

refilled Thee facts, as w11: as .the circumstances '
sapphire closed.-Indianapolis
In -deep kept
,4 little,Jeirct: rlb-bon: straight, etrapbelt similarly decor j!i that I never tire of GrapeNnrs t amenable to the brush'and. comb as, if
used for ..trimming ated.- -The-' le Te 1 Is. the. looSe bishop News. ForCash Onlyso
U magic
tint : t there is
waist lining ofpercaline ) puff ..tl4Gto.. becomins to the little The Pur "..& tpr*,. r: t I Iarr.ace fco4 prove that seme- .
: urpoes. mere Is a ; breakfast
f >> I tj.ins in it: It !ts, to mea,
03: which" the outer goodait folks and/flcished with' a strap cuff : Southwest Corner PsIaosn1st l 4cicia. + .d. ewper. Teed that I is all of that and not a mereaccessory. JustLewis's for a pair of Shon'
09ngd4 when YOU pay
Every one ba
.Jal In W) pleats these occupying trimmed: Jike thfe bel The skIrt is in agjvs that marriage ; PostuinCkX. ,
? Name given by for the Shoes only nm
I L The back fastens the new', length, coming Just barely a strong Influence upon the' temper ]I Saloon jjortaeast: corner W. here, you pay
shouVJer seams.
the Phonet23 llattli: CJ f'('k. Mk-h. of others, and lw;kketpcfs
1 invisibly under .a, fly while the over the'bend of.the knee; and black .. "' says -writer,,: but Is it .goo-1'orbad11Taing I There's: a'icason., lltad the little Belmont and N. Cf.l. .,, Dtaler in Fine, for bad' accounts collectors stationery: etc

l have the pleats on either side hose Uh, shiny black shoes are the : ) a woman's5 )int "of view for | v Wins l'C'sars.Out' .
11 fronts i 'I -a1 1book "Tbc, Road, to W l1.l1et.--! ,, Liquors; an ottown" v that will UNDERSELL
t : This we
the all ''day and everyday wear., f......... 1 r' : : means
: .!!'of_ a' plaatrou effect upon which vogue: r for moment, we cau' easlly see :htiw ); ]I pligi't' .-' .. 'trade solicited. :: t' 9dclm* ALL COMP T.TION'tL

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Have You lEver Really'Considered IN_ ?' 1 1I I A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. \

: REAl ESTATEarc $28,500. -One' of the mosf: valuable pieces of propertyIn. the .city '

REAL ESTATE.OWNERSHIP AS 100-acre farm about 8 mIles west 1I on a corner and fronting 3 streets ((260x240).

_made more often than any other of Pensacola splendid for truck, $20.0O0.OO-NW two 'story' brick building on Garden- street!! near Pal

AN INVESTMENT? I Ii way. You can make a small fortune I! farm or pou. try. :The property 1I I afox. wilbtot 92 feet front. Quick sale.

by investing in lots'on East Hill at $50 In ludes shingle,mill, which has I $12,500.00-Larga 3-story brick building near business center.. A
and $60 per lot. ths good interest payers,?*'>'"
Buy lots
V at recently been .erected, with
:*,:. $1.00 casa and 50c per w'eek. They enough timber ?on,'place to pay I $7500.DO-DeslrabJe building lot.. near business center on corner (245
will be I, feet by 192 feet).
) worth from $100 to $123 1 In for it; also syrup mill 4-room V
two $6000.00-Improved. property near Palafox street property paying
sears, and it will take you that I house and other'Improvements.
In almost .every important consideration. it j is far and long to pay fcr them. No taxes 'or In!I This 'property isery cheap and I about 12 per cent. 'We .consider this a bargain. V

"',. terest. V will $551).oot.argestory dwelling on West Hill: good neighborhood,
get a bargain..$1150
away ahead of any 'other' form of .I vestmentou: can ;. HOMES. .1 I some I with 12 rooDS'and servants quarters.Lot 80 by ISO feet VI

5room house. W. I Our Rental Department is given special attention, and our lIsts
choose. It is absolutely sate bccau'se i} can't run away lOiroom house N. Baylen'.....4500 CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE AND I ON EVERY: BLOCKwhere of stores offices and dwellings contain !locations. in all parts of tile V

be 5-room house all modern, East I I RENT. you find our "For Sale" sign, city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading.
stolen from
t ;you or decrease in value. Hill .. ... .. .. .. '0', V.. .1500 there's, a chance to ,invest and make foreign and American companies can fully protect you from the fira
FOR RENT. I i I I money The question to answer is: I tice.fiend. Loans, In any amounts made on real estate, and on short no

6-room housa, near depot.$16 MONEY TO LOAM AT 7 AND 8 PER "Have I :hfe, money?" You needn't V

6-room house. 218 E. Intsndencia. 15 CENT. have it "all; (cash" as.we are author CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST 'YOUR

Warehouse, Cushman's Alley .. .: 15 ized :to sell "part dow /" balance V

IC-room house N. Baylen.. ....... 35 .. "tim .," MONEY.HOQTON

JPe1l115alcolla levestmeet COD RENTS MONEY COLLECTED.V LOANED.V FIRE !NSU "NCE.." Bargains in Real .Estate V & WATSON 'V V

is the way we open up the _New Year.! Suscesiors to Thos..Co Watsoa & Co. .

a. H. 'AL rSERTE. City "Manager. Close a deal and double'your moneyin No.37SPalafoxSt.
L S. BROWN & CO.. a year-or so. Close it now.
KNOWLES, President!
W. 'p B. SIMPSON, Secret&rr.Trmuw.. V
J.E. STILLMAN. V..Pres. ani Gen. Maustor. KNOWLES: HYl 2t44 S. Palafox St.. Fisher- Building. Thiesen Building' Company,

Real (stat", loans, General Investment' ... ,I 1.: "EVSLiOTS': Life Agents Insurance New York Comoany Why Not Have a

For Sale. I 3 E. Government Street: Timber Lands

I 215 South Palafox Street Pensacola) ; Florida. FOR SALS.: -Full blood Barred Plymouth I.i--------For' ;8.,. Phone 700. V Pensacola, Fla.: Home of Your. Own?

Reck, White Rock Fisher -
Strelgn and Brown Legnorn Fowels FOR SALE OR,.RENT-Newi 'modern.twostory loard and Rooms.

-- Eggs per setting of ((15) 100. For siwoom house, East Hill, APPLY YOUR RENT MONEY TO For Sale

V further information address Plymouth near, cars. A. CyJSnklsy. 9jan I NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suitable
=- Rock Poultry Farm. J. J. Pope Prop. S for light housekeeping All _

WANTED f fWA H LP WANTED L Box? 8, Bristol '!1a.. 7Janlm FOR SALE.-4'i, rooft :!house\ two larga modern conveniences. Apply 810_ E.; CHANCE.
,. V corner lots- near' car line. on East Ga4sden.

"ED. Position wanted by" young V WANTED- : fun SALE.-An upright Singer Piano Hill overlooking "i 1le ar'"', A bargain.J. .I 9janlm Cottage, 5; large rooms and bath, We have them. Several splendid,

a:. Chipping cl-rk or office a- fair education Laay: to or travel gentleman of cheap for cash.:: Call at 1304 W. W Coons, at Pfeasacola: Investment Nice furnished rooms for rent. in a desirable location, N. Hayne large and mall turpentine locations, '
man .
isian one who! is willing to work. $:!jOOO) capital. Salary for$1,072 firm of Government St. Pensa ola. Fla. Co. 6janlw Newly furnished, clean and nice, near 'street, for quick sale....:%,.$1875 Saw Mills aid Saw mill locations. '
per [ 7declm, V postoffice. Apply at 128& E. Government House containing eight large Some excellent bargains in large
1r3 A.. care Journal. 6jan3t,year, payable weekl). Expenses ,advanced. I i FOR SALE-One No. 3 .A Eastmans bath. elE'ctlic' lights.
Address I -- street. Mrs. B. M.Trainer. JIm rooms and small traits of round and boxed
Geo. B. Clows, Pen I FOR SALE.-Limited number Fishels;! folding pocket koaak; a bargain Apply etc., N. Hayne strtet.$325, timber! lands.
WINTED.-The public to know that saeola, Fla.. 1 2t.1 i White Plymouth Rock Cockerels $1 to E. L. Reese, 124 S Palafox NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Large tracts of Mississippi Delta 4
old n 's papers can be bought at. I ttreet. 5J an. :Newly furnished, clean ani nice FOR RENT.
:Men and boys wanted to I learn i to $1.50 each. Thoroughbred from : and Hardwood lands.
ttiis office for five cents a bundle. They'are Plumbing Trade j winners. Fresh and' near ,postoffice. Apply at 1281 E. 51ve-room cottage near car line
pays $5 day: after prize eggs poultry cli block Splendid list of valuable property
all ,'lean and nice. ,I completing course of practical: ins I always m stock. Ed M. Pooly, FOR- of the SALE.ricae'east"-One of the electric on top Government. street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. E. DeLecu........,...,.......$8.00) and fine location for a Coony! or Stock
truction at home in schools. I 917 E. Jackson St. 7janlm. Farm
or our Phone 1121. f In South East Georgia. f
WANTED The letter T. out of railway, between 7th and 8th streets!
Graduates admitted to Union and I Gjanlw.* V Some of the choicest residence
Scotch Oats Will Pay one dollar Nautre has favored this section and it
Mastsr Plumbers Association. Pusi- NICELY FURNISHED with use places, in of
rooms the
V beautiful little city
foi same Appl to T. F. Westma.rk.at I FOR SALE CHEAP.-One 25x5 ft. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.
Rbt'r's' store. 12 Dec.lmo" sitions secured. Cojne Bros. Co. I V launch with 4-horse power engine.In of kitchen for light housekeeping. C.R. YEAGERREAL DeFumak Springs Fla. and In Mlltoa: I

V f Practical Schools Plumbing and first-class For further.. FOR SALE.-Grocery store and meat Apply at 1000 B. DeSoto street. Fla. .
-- I order.
WA- ED.-Electric work of ah kind.L BrieklaMng. New York, Chicago. Cincinnati. ticulars address P. O. Box 41$. V par. market attached; business good; 7jin4t ESTATE Our prices and terms are reason
!. St. Ix uis. Free Catalog. :acount of going
reaspn for selling on
U:. ':!<>an jour fans. repair jour ISdec. 202 Thiesen Phone 332 able.Cal
dMiamo uj. jour wiring, etc. P.l?:j3 WANTED-Half grown colored girl. *north, owner does not want to stay PLEASANTplace tn board on N. Hill, Building. on or write to us.TURNER ."

5TC;' Pea :acola El3ctrii Co. 203: S.' Must be neat and quiet. 902 East Sternwheel boat, built for servlc In south. Address I.. M., care Journal. 2nd door from carline on Strong Ii

Gadsden. Mississippi Sound and. Lake Pontchar- 3janlw V V street. V for particulars address No. 8,

4aI'u j I V train; 110 tons net: lengtlj* :,over ,al'', Journal. V 6ja'11mNICELY' D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. .

WANTED .- First-class registered \VANTF.D-liQ: :) r,.. :wages $1.5//) 111 feet: breadth of beam.U.feet; I ,RUBBER STAMPS
jruggiai and pharmacist wants pos-' per day Apple factary of Goulding depth of hold is.4 feet; bottom, V; 15c.per) ,hn<: 9f,3 inches. tarnished room to let at 24 &AYMARD l
( '
ttou In West Florida permanent or F rtilizer Co V 5Jl\v decking. 2"; 3-3" bulkhead fore and DAVIS NOVELTY... ,I" WORKSPhO.:1a W:' "Romtua. half! block from Pala REAL ESTATE,

emporar: Address F. Z, care Jour- \VANTED-Tnree!" or four goodsiztdcarrier aft; t boilers; 2 SwayneVeaglne,. lOx : 1222? V V 118"N. PalafOx.I fox street ,Phone 548. 6Janlw* Real Estate and .

Ill) 3JanJ j>I boys. Apply1. to, C. F. Stewart 15 with patent cutoff: electric plant I You can Order< by MaiL RENTS AND LOANSWe
Journal t office.WANTED V -- I This l is a good sternwheet'boat"of the 18n01. V V Old ewspaper's.at1hr- cents a bundleat Abstract Company, V !

PRINTER-Steady, sober experiencd Mississippi rivEr type; speedy, sound this office. They are all clean ,

:tD job 'work and a'l line of news-, Barcelona-A st.good. servant at 9 jan3t 423 N. and comfortably arranged for pasien- FOR'City.SALE Tract-Beautiful No.312. For block cwh In $New&03. and tiice.FURIilSUED. V have the following, very desirable P. 0. Box I 115, OeFuniak! Springs, Florid, -

work from *. devir to. editor de- I V Price on application.: Boat "For
pjper gers. to A. H. MqMllUa. Court Mouse. pieces property on our
art:> !'081ton- \\',*, *r M ddl Florida -, WANTED; .-Bright young man or I could ba delivered at-one*' 'Reulns Apply. \ ROOMS-Fine location. Sale" list :.

preferred Can: bring*reeomrnendauonh .'; I I'
Ateanir. Safes!
Address Box 54, Quincy, a permanent: position. Address "Peri Apply New Orleans Naval Stores .Co,. NORMANS PILLS: Just received Dec.29. % block, with'nice:,lot of:fruit trees Safes! .
Ha. Sjanlw*, manent," fiue Journal. 7janlw 519 Magazine St., New Or us. La. 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For ,
i NICE ROOM and under fence New City.,..$l.500
nor-11-2-14-16-19-23.26 I sale .at The Alligator and 'West End two blocks Buy Diebold Safes! i ;
SECOND HVND CLOTHING WANTED : WANTED.-Office, boys, one not afraid V Saloons ISnovlm from Palafo. St, 211 West Government % block best'part of East'very "Hill- .

-Highest price i-aid for gent's I Id I of work.: AppV! Central Wharf. FOR \LE-Barred Plymouth 'Rock Phone 839. Inquire 8 to l!. cheao. VV Scarritt Moreno

:lothlng cr.lAlso sell second; hand 6jan3t'V Cockerels from prize winners!_ 1.00 FOR SALE.-Good. family horse new fOrenaon.V, 2ldeclm'PUR'IISHEP Best building location overlooking ,

goods0 9; E. 'Intendencia.KOrTvKERS up. Large., wll marked, good blood.) 1 J' ,buggy and harness., .Leslie EBrooks. Bayou T xar. 200x137 ft.$1,500Good
to.-- I WAr-"TED-I00. laborer Apply a.!. Also some good pull.its.;:. jtljrs:;Mill ) V'V' 9dec ROOM: on East Hill, 5 ruom house. W. Jackson I Agent.

get Kauffman's prices]'I factory of Gouldmg V Fertilizer fac.! B. Hughts.'Chip'ey.! Fla. .Slfeclm? V _VV with .privilege; ,of: bath; convenient street.. ... .. ...- .. .....,.....$850!
for de:eloping and finishing. Best 101')'. SJanlw.' JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment of to,car line; not too far to walk; prefer *& block in New: City, near Stodlart
SALE.-South half
and ,neapest in elt)'. Romana and WANTED' good house boy at once. FOR block 211, Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint. party or,parties- who are. permanently place..V .v ,'V..$1500

Palalox ISdeclm Apply 52 W,. Gonzalez !St 3jan fronting 400 feet on l1C6tre" r by gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso located In the city. Ad' 'ress P. O. Number of good renting housss. that Professional! D Directory
I,__ ] :- 107% feet on ,Bay lew Park; also & Co, ship chandlers ana1 grocers 701 Box 82, :Clt,. Dec 17. will net 10 per cent. I

JUST OPENED.-W. N. Brown, stapleand WANTED.-Ffrst-class tailor, c'eaner south half of block 212.: fronting 400 South} Palafox. 4ocL 120 feet by 80 feet, corner Romana.

fancy groceries. home and west-,, and prebser.: APIly. No. 9 E. Inten- feet on hUt! St., by 137& fet on' ,BaY'. FOR, RENT.-Four furnished rooms. and Acaniz.! Excellent Jocation for i PATTILLO CAMPB2LL
chickensae V 3jan View Park. The only! property adjoining FOR: SALE.-Only 4 young Boar piga;
f'rn beef fresh country eggs, dencla. centrally }located. 18 E. Garden St.l5declm' warehouse. Houses now renting regularly -
View Park that aired by Duke of Florida 68923 out Attomey/at"Law.
Kentucky Bay is nQW for
The famous blue .
grass for month.... ...$2500
WANTED.-Men and boys to learn Lee. of, Baltimore $24 per
beautiful view''dOWD the of Orphan 5S544.
sa'e. The
nun >r, toner 10th avenue and Greg i Room 405 Thiesen BuildingPEBLEY .
orv Si Phone 1064 14declm plumbing trade pays $5 day after bayou and down the bay: can never be All guaranteed with registrations and TKO ROOMS' FOR RENT-20 West of
completing course -of practical instruc- obstructed A. V. Clubbs. 30jlyAUTOMOBILES. pedegrees.. Carl Selterlind, Chipley, Wright i'treet.Furnished- to suit. Will (end a reasonable amount ,
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby tion at nome or in our schools. Graduates Fla. 26nov. Meals furnished if desired money at lowest market rate of interest ,
: Es
the Mayes Printing Co. 24V.. admitted to Union and Master .-I am agent for U. ; near on any of the above., THOS.
Government Phone 181. Only thebes Plumbers .Association ,Positions se Pope Mfg.Co. and can 'eU you auto FOR SALE.-One house and four lots cambia Hotel. 4janlw5FOR. 30 S. Palafox St. ,
.00 They on 9th avenue corner LaRua, also Phone .234. LAW, R5AL. : ,ESTATE. LOANS ANDCOLLECTIONS
of work. Idee cured. Coyns Bros.\: Co. Plumbing from $500 up. cost Jess that RENT.-rQpe : i .
large furnished
all household goods. Apply to Mrs. V iI : .
keep They be V
Schools New York. Chicago. Ills. Cincinnati horses to up cttt run front I
roam for rI1t.pply 247 E. PALAFOX
We will number jour house for you O, St. Lows Mo:' Free cata In sand or anywhere a hone can. "go. W. E. Maxon" on premises. 9dec. Gregory.. 4janlw oJ V PHONE AND ROMANA.:
V 553.
cheap Any Mjle"figures you desire. log.WANTED.A. V Lesle! E. Brooks.'ORSALE.10: .- V MiscellaneousDONT :.
Our reasonable. FOR SALE.-one billiard table, 4i>>
prices are always FOUR
King & Hual. Pho1p. 249. 24nov. good stenographer. Al- room home, corner x9; Ivory Balls cues and cue rack NICELY .FURNISHED or un- still
that tuning
lot 3 blocks from Palafox lot 96 furnisbe rpoms; can also for FORGET ant k
dress; M. B.. care .Journal in ownhandwriting condition. Price $75.00.Ap use
in good '
Scott 2S E. Government -
light pianos. J. Conrad R.YAEGER
H eFor
'ar particulars ln housekeeping- Inquire at
19: 501
ptatlng experience and on Watson & Co.
WANTED. Thos C. 9dec ,
-Hauling and transfer I salary expcctfd 31deeWANTED. quire of Standard Clothing,.CL( jn ply jo West CJuie; *t treat or phone 323.; st. Phone 380( 'janjw'DRAYMAN'S
work. Office phone 363; residence 27dec. 'j : ATTORNEY AT.. LAW. .t.
-- boat rebuilt in March :
I Stgrnwneel" ; '
phoLr! 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. .=A tbJrpushlj- competentand FOR SALE.:-improved farm Iff ,, ASSOCIATION. I
: on L. & N. railroad.;_16. miles 1904: for' service In Lake Poatcbartraiq Rooms, 202 and 291 Thiesen Bid. .: ;
Tarragona St. 25mar.WANTED xpritnced inun to farm place acres NICELY: FIJRNISHED bed If you want a good, drayman ring .
the Mississippi Sound thoroughly '
and ; room con- PHONE 332.
Pensacola between ;
about 6 miles from city.. Address W.. north Cottage Hill strong and-solid; 144 tons net; venfently! locatedprivilege of bath 953. Draymen's ,stand, corner Palafox I V

.-Second hand corn oat Journal office.! IBdeclm and Can onment; 9 room house. 2 Urge length over &1.1. 137 feet; breadth of gas phon;.' Apply! J26 W. Garden St. and Zarr.lgossaVt! will' haul bag! ,--, ..
and 100 acres clearea, J500 bearing sam rate,
cotton seed meal sacks. Out ol bans. 3janw gage and furniture at the :
tOwn shipments solicited. Write us. Any intelligent, person may cain a fruit trees. For cash or oa time. Wi4 \beam Is 36 feet; depth of hold is 4.6 V _ and also any other hauling.\ We will

P S Mellen & Co. 20mar.WANTED. a good income 'orresponding for exchange for city property. Apply C.; feet: 12 staterooms and large cabin; WANTED:;A few boarders In private haul any load that one man can handle Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy ,
bulkheada 3 boilers 24
rewspipeis; no canvassing; exper- N. Le"ev. Cottage Hill.'Fla 10no,. 3 longitudinal ; within mlla .
family; ulcely urnjEhed rooms with without any help one D'Alemberte's ; .
: 3S Inches' diameter 2 Office over Drug; Stores
.-The Merchants Transfer erce unnecessary.!!' ; Send tatparUcu! SALE--Nice. cleaa feet ong ; en- use V of bath! and for the regular 'price.' We are reliable -.I "
FOR pld.newspa- Convenient 9:30 't
telephone. Hours 6 .
Co. wants your moving and baulin: lars. Northern Tress Syndicate, ..::::, 2s; inches diameter, 6 feet Office :- a. In. to ,p. nu.
r pers at five cents a bundled This of. railroad shops and on car line. draymen and ve are responsible. Phones 274 and 109. ."
All breakage stroke allowed steam preaouic, 1C?
T. B Y onfJv6moi.I
guaranteed N. V ;
Ixickport ,
E in the business and here .
fice. Apply 40t Gregory We are are .
see, Prop. Phone fitted with donkey boiler; Sjanlm
978. Tl1or.1 _____ pounds;
You from six
to stay. find U to
can $ .
'SALE-One fine
FOR display electric !
WANTED = cue; Steam capstan; headlight. Ap- "
UNFURNISHED' ; -Large front
Desk room in LOST V 21 ret Ion;. 8 feet high 'and 3 feet ;' New Orleang' Naval Stores Co., room six. V .
dress, P O Box 606. 7Jan. I ply fronting to south apd west. Good 21declm J: BELL, Mgr. '
wide. Suitable for alnlostVan' kind
St. New Ore&ns. La. V
519 Magazine -
light and central location.: T G. M D
Apply 12 YAJES
LOST-Between Railroad and Alcaniz of: business. Apply to E. L. Reese' 11'1 '14'16-19-2S'26.
COOK.-Expcr:encei chef (coloreJ) streets 'a' handtag: Containing abunch .6. Jan. N. Palafox'St.... or phone 65. Sjanlm CUT iFLOWERS-Palterson's Rose- ,,

I is opn for engagement: go southJ I of ani 1.25., Reward for FOR SALE-Several head of mules I mount Gardens of Montgomery' has
Keje :Zirkelbach & Thompson Belmont
I corner placed an in Pensacola, represented OPTICIAN Ii'
n 1 Florida preferred references. and horses, all in good condition. BOARDERS WANTED at 312 N. agency
; return to : he Jourpal omce: 9Janlt and DeVilhera, dealers fine '
I In
week by Miss Bertie Smith: 16 N.
Address b> letter J, C. B, 9 Gran i Consumers Ice and Fuel Co. ITdec Hane. By flay, on month.
UK'. Pi, Boston. 19declm' LOST-Black Overcoat with light wines, liquors and cigars.; : Jug- tra4e Terms. 'eazonable! 'Mr8 iJennie' Per- Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for 306 THIESEN1IIJIWINCV

threads.. .Reward ;for return to Solomon a specialty. Prompt attention '-'u" FOR SALE.Nice. clean newspapers due. V {' V L" ISdeclm roses. carnationsand all kinds of other
KING & I=UAL. contracting painters;i' Furniture'Cp. 7jan3t home trade. Phone V No.$, $O. ',I I for sal.?. Only 5c a bundle. They cut flowers Phone 651. :'0dec '

a.d decorators. Fine varnishing 9derlm V snake good wrapping paper and are FURNISHED ROOMS with or with. .
Ild: fcrlghln Sign pa'ntlng! a spe-,: I.OST-Strlng of'gola1 beads, either FOR SALE.-House and 25 acres with! just the thing to put under matting out board.- Pleasant locality near TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTMASTER'S ;

C"LtY. Residence phone 249. 29au : in Opera House.. or !between there 60 bearing pecan trees IVi milts" Palafox. street 117 Intendencia, Gents clothing cleaned, pressed and -
I and lesidence Reward far: return to repaired on short notice. No. 11% SALE. f
vv *NTTElT from Milton For particulars address Mrs. Fannie Rettenger. decl5-lm.
fed wheat All* It keepers is the cheapest or poultry feel to1'I'211 South! BaMen ttreet. JanMw: G. II. Langley Bagdad, Fla. .|;: Money to Loan. West Government St., Pensacola. Fla. By virtue' of.a decree cf foreclosure4:

AIiite and .ack; ) six monthi 8declm ,t WANTEDA ftw boarders at 318 W. Idee.I .
lecause It makes hens lay. F. S. LOST.- V rendered by the lion. Francis B Car ,%
\ : ReVard for return ; MONEY 10 LOAN..--On real estate or Belmont. eho. s:, good neigh. __
eilen&C Phone 334. i I old setter pup.! iJXDR SALE.Olds.run.a.bout"V; automobile SAILMAKER.V the circuit court of Ea'J
I of
.. { B-oinaham. 7Jan other sufficient security by appl). bcrh od ind near cif Hne. lldeclm I ter, Judge
I I II I I I |I toH. A. for sale cieap. Apply C. M. PORTER Eailmaker 716 South -
!"ine' 7th:! ing'jo\ Thos. Pebl y.. cor. Palafoi; and J. H. cambla ,county, Florida on the 19th ;
;\ Montana Market cor. 'LOST. overcoat with Covlngton Ccnso'idated Grocery Co. WANTED at 226 : Palafox street. Orders taken for'S
-Dai k brown stairs BOARDERS N AIca&iz. l ]
ITnovin.MONEY in th
\ Uomtna. up of December. A. D. 1903. *
N pnae and Wright street, want light thrca Western ui business We handle native and Solomon Tmnlture Co. 7jan3tLOST.Large : Victor records 35c and 60c. Call op TO ,LEND -On good real estate and terms reasonable Mrs. Dora cots. etc. Prices reasonable,' "31jan.I .II I case of.j:. Elliott against RobertFrancsJohn5Ofl

TI'I egs meats, country etc.produce Martin, but-&; dog with white and our agent or write Metropolitan ,security. or on goon collateral.: Donaldson. -- V V 9declm : I will on Monday,

ihbott V vegetables ( to" name of Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville. at lowest rates. Leti E. Brooks. I .' the 5th day of February, A. D. 1906: ,
Props. ISdeclm black new rs
: :; Jack. Finder spots. please> : return to LGreenbla't. Fla. Agents wanted. V ISdeclm, Fisher building. V 21anMONEY. FOR' .RENT-:Famished, rooms for Educational. j jI sell at public auction before ihs courthouse ,, 4r
tt ,VNTED. electrical. i rent with or "without board. No
-AH! of
kinds 126 S. Tarragona strse FOR SALE OR RENT.-TWQ lighters; in the city of Pensacola,
I i door
work LOANED on light housekeeping.) Apply 310 WestGregory. "Holidays( I will r
1 sell all kinds of electrical ,janlw.I for 75 thousand ft. any and all MUSIC.-After the
reward, with capacity
1 51 1 ,'"Cs ani other electrical supplies.: and receive one the other thirty thousand ra kinds of personal property payabe! :.. ISdeclm"I accept limitel number of ouplls V Escambia county Florida, between the
\\hen \ou need me ring 345 or 955.V ; Raton reasonable. Telephone 'weekly or monthly. When you need V on the following instruments: Violin,:| legal hours of sale, tha: following ds-

$ W Peake. new Star Laundry build-| FOR R -NT or'pacity.write J. A. Chaffln & Co.. Milton.. mon,y, see me.' J. A.V/Uson, 22 H W. gyj1nTEL-Opeu'tliht European plan. Roqms light and day.and Cello, Clarinet and all,..braS Instruments -[i cribed real property,,situate! lying and
ID E. 15dec.W."XTED.A. Government street. Salisbury building: Willteach
!; Garden. exwpt slide trombone:
Fla. I Jldeelm nslent trade S I in city of Pensacola, Es-
clean. {r solicited., being jhe
i Elegant two story storei room 7. 2deeiEY .'at pupils residences.!! Music furnished -
wants, FOR REXT,- _- V V 57 'S. Palafox. JJf? *. S. Nlcolau. : Fo! da,. to-wlf The
R Bingham : i in new Star Laundry building, FOR SALE.-Seven hundred acres i i -31' : 7 I for all occasion, band or 'or- cambia county :
Tour 'moving and hauH g. He guaanteej. ; room Garden street Apply wIkJ In- Umber and farming lang:. 12'miles; LOANED on all kinds of personal Prop; V :l ;i chestra. Plsase.leave rdersat .the i East Half of Lot One Hundred and

all breakage. Phone 630 E ry. %%d:= east of Milton. :3 from railroad. Fine property on short notice. I Clutter Music Hoifsfv\ : graham Star La\ln\ RENT.-FUUbd In V
= stock farm conditions. Fef particulars Terms easy. J. W. Bnllard. upstair FOR rooms adesirable aSdress1"af1.'YUd: Ptnsa.cola. ., plaa pt Pensacola. Escambia c0Qnty\ ,
W.XTED. dinnerat f FURNlSHED'Cbrf AGE on Bay location. new house manent.
Everjbody to take For addess G. H. Langley; Bagdad. 2J& South Palafox St., Phone 1144. and. Fla. P F. Balers, Bandmaster,! Fl3"i&i.: and fronting on Government
he Southern Hotel. 9dec. Shore, Dummy Liae. parti- V new furniture, 212,W. Gregory S( wlthr tenements heredltaaceuts
pn Fit. Meclm| Snot I : i street: Together! !! -
: Kellar, Phcac,,59. U. S. NaYy V '
I culars inquire. R- 13declmt I r and appurtenances thereunto
"Ot'RT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing 1 i icr P. O. Box 1!6'." iSdec, FOR SALE-One fine triplicate UNLIMITED amount or money to Joan : V i belonging or in anywise r lnlng.I I
.1OTEL-0PP03lte: 'I jjj s. CHUNN win receive puf app
flti 118 N. Palafox mirror and Plaza. ) ii.
Cleaning Club Singer
1 room for French plate ,one, all kinds .of. personal PARK
j hat storage on property. cost of the purchaser Pi>
Sl t Mrs T. J. Davis. Prop. ,Your pat. A BINGHAM \ Machine for sale cheap Good Rooins."wiu or without board. Short' pUs in shorthand at Jxer-jesJdence. Deed at ,
/r"nt furniture or other Sewing Special) rates to businessmen on large
rnage solicited;V satisfaction 'guarantee -I '104 suitable and for 166 5ou'tfi Tarragona condition. Appl at Falk's..Mllinery.7jan3U | 'V leant. The New York Loan Co,, 204 ft orders .Rd jegu1srneab. served Incafe 321 N: Barcelen St, TffJUI, ,-U.OO a I tillo!janoawSv.I Campbell. Special futer., .
:! Careful attention give:. ladies' goods Phone '630 30nov V gout i Falalox. /. Rooms-overlook bay. l6dec.V .;I I month In advance

"Ument!. Phone 1:::. 3declm St. \ I .

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A. to-day, Tomorrow may never come..
. Following; is A report _of the ,
Most \ estate transfers for the week endin?1 Naval Stores.
men are particular Genl
young Sav: Qna1r. Ga.. Jan. '$. Th naval Ats
January g. reported by the*Pensacola r I K'n'owles Bros
about their neckdreS and to Abstract Company: Both youth stores market:( closed today as follows: Fire Life. PensacoUInsuranccf

them we devote a gr6at',deal of Estate-Agency_. ,. to )[alh- and old need this ; 'WW.._ .. .. .. _. ... ........_..575 I
Real ex-
Fisher -
blk, age WG.. ... ,, ,. .. ............5 50 ___ -
: our time. ras Keidnigar-Lot 8..Frac.; lot 9. ,. cell nt tonic Keeps upstrength N. ... .. ... ....,.'..,,....,.525M '- --

Results have proven tour( supremacy -. 117 Maxeni tract map'T' C. Watsoa: \ .. .. .. J..:;. .f. .... .........4 75 ,...-.----_....-,-.-_.........-... ...... ........
-$600. ,ff; vim and'cour'- K.. ,. .. r- .. .. .. .. ......4 25I
4 in this.line. Select as.-' R. W. Sublett to Knowles Hjer- -J' .. .. ..... .... .. .. ..' ... .. .3 80 e" :PENElA.OOLIA.' (
t sortment newest shades and;pat- E 56 ft of S 125 ft ,of other Arpsnt conslde.rJ lot 38' age. A high grade, product H-. .. ." ..I. ***. ... ...3 "5t03 50G Works

1- terns superior quality.: I ations.Old City-$1,000 and V that j$ always good. .. ., ..<,". *./ .' .., ..3...40.to 3 45 I f Iron 1 ) and Supply Co. 2
F., ..'.. I
.A .. .. 5 35 to 3Ia
I to Wm. '3[. Butler ft and Repairers of J
*1 Every wanted shape is here. J. C. Watson ALL I Manufacturers 5
i GOOD DEALERS SELL IT E.-. .. .. .. ..330to340
16 2: inc., bjk 65, West King '
to H :
I I Lots "B.- B." D .. .. ,. .. .. .. .. ..325to335' MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;
2 tract map T. C. -1350, C,: .. .. .' .. ..320to330 8 FORGINGS.. MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 5
Hi J. C. Walker to W. J. Salver-Lot 9. .
; 50 cents to: $1.50. I containing; 3 acres subdlv.lots.. 7 and Aflanta. Spirits! Turpentine C3; % to 63ic.4USLEY .. 2 STEAMSHIP:' :>> REPAIRS A SPECIALTY \
I II .attention to all orders day or..night. i
m 8. Sec.: 14, Tp. 2 S. R 30 W,-$1.00 and I. y Procayt, given Agent,
& CO.'S REPORTS McKay & Co.'a ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs
other considerations.. :: for James also ?
,Liverpool I I Cotton Market. of all descriptions. '- 5
"' Chains
I Wilson to A.
D. Hale A. Fisner- L-1
I The John White I Lots 16_ 17.-.IS. and E% lot 19': bIK 207, Close 5 Office ,Phone 123. PHil. WITTMAN Mgr, g
; .
2 P. O.
Store, New Citi.;. map T. Wataon$1.00and \ t ? Jan Feb..Feb&r.r..' 5.9 5.&}>. Residence f?"one,1029. Box 123. *.

Spcl.lil In M.... W..'", other considerations. **, .}(-April...."......... T& iS* t&SXXSXI '\t

Phone 225. ;505-507 S.Parafov Street.t Thos. C. Watson to Geoiw. Meeker April.May .. ..;, ..................601
-Lot 17, blk 171, New City tract- .. ._ -,' -;- 21a'Jun5.-.4? ?.......... ................. .. .............O..........

$50. '/J.... Jane-July.._.........807
1i Geo W. Meeker' to J. C. -MaxwellAlt -,' -VV C> CI > Jaly-AUrDRt .,.... .........8.09
lots 17, 1-'.'19 and 20, blk 171. New: August-September ....* 6,11 COMPANY

I City-$1,0)0 and other considerations.. All kinds thai you want. 03tobeI'-NoYl'm September-October ............. ...i......... I I AUSLE.Y S j

W. E. Marble to W.'B. Ferrlss-35 4 .......... .. ,
I Novsmbet'-tM eniber ..... ......,
- --- -- in Domingues Gr. :34 2 .
--- --- acres See Tp. December.JAB n.ry ..5-U5)
S, R 30 W-$1.00 and other consider OAK AND PINE
1 ations. .' Liverpool Spots 0.07.---F : COMMISSION BROKERS, !

: COFFEE SHIPPING NEWS R. W. Waters to H. H. Bojer-All i cheaper than you can buy New York Cotton Market. ,

blks$1.00 177 and and other ISO considerations.J. West King .tract-I I want.it anywhere. Any size you. J&n.. Open 11.10 HIR 1U. 1107 Low Close 11.5 | II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !

I We are the Pioneer ", E. Taj lor to A, VvClubbs: bruary.......'.,, _....0 4 ''*..... ..;A.... ....... C
t i -, ---- 18, 19, 20. 21 and '22.Hlk 61, East March...,.11.31 1149 1131: II.4d Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and :
,jt ; Coffee Roasters of Arrived. King tract Belmont numbering map'i i E.: C. SEWELL April.......-,. .?. Chicago.

: West Florida.McHUGH'S Vivina.. Span s<5. Bustinza. 1&83, Liverpool T. C. Watson-$500. 'I May...........llfi HfiO/ 1143 HJ5a : :

to, Gulf Transit Co. Geo W. Marble to Geo. W.' Meeker Phone: 614.. I Jnl.t.June.; ...1145 II.B7 .. COTTON- STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS
Elvira Port ship, Rodriques, 1488.. -Lots 19 1163 11.66 i \
and 20, blk ,
123 New City. ... ,
Lisbon to order. .. .ugtat. ...., '
; map T. C. Wat80n-$800. I-- ---- --- -- September.' ........:.... ... jofli; .
j : BLENDS BahaL Killeena. Pun b&' Pedersen, 765.. Charlotte B. Cronise! to Geo. W. i N% of NEU, Sc. 10, T.:rN. R 32' W, October.... .'....' ..... io.!!l i Bought"nd Sold on Margin or for Investment. *

William Meeker-Lot 18, blk 123., New Cit>-, ,,80 acres-$100. : November......... .... ..... ..... .....
H. Yerkes, Am sch, Wade. map T C. Watson-$150. ,'1 r. : T..C. Chalker to Henry Chalker December... .
jr have no equal. Atria! 1211, Norfolk. Elizabeth Tolar to:Martha, M.YPoole ''N'/ of NEVi! and N% of NV1of New York Spot. 11 75 i Reference: First National; 1 and Peoples! Bn s. Phone 1173 i

Cleared. -A lot 1461 ft by 1044 ft in SW% of NE'/i, Sec. 10, T 2 N, R 32 W 40 .
;k It will convince the connoisseur Ida Span ss. Arano 2160, for Liverpool SE% of.3WVi.: Sec. 32, Tp. 3 N, R 31 acres-$1.00 and other considerations.U. .Chicago Grain Market ....o.+o.......... ...............................

.. that with additional cargo of 1.025 W.-$52.50State S. to J. R. Flllmgim-NEVi, Sec. Wheat. ---- --
we bales cotton. .' of Florida to'R, A. B nitay- 10. T 2 N, R,32 W. 160.19 acres. Open. High Low Close ....... -5------ -- .
make extravagant Sailed.. Lots 17 and 18. blk 100;' lots 23 and 24, Mrs. Barbara Pfeiffer to Etta M. May-. 87'i 6P4' grt7g 8Jul7 ?,
Ida, Span ss, for Liverpool. blk 139; !lots 25 and 26, blk 41. Sec. White-Grantors 2.6 undivided IntErest .........._837 815'' &?4' 8ii NEW .
claims. 19, T 2 S, R 30 W; NW>i blk 148,lots in lot 5. in lot 0. Old City-$1'00: Five Brunswick -Balke Tables
VESSELS I IK r-ORT. 12 to 17. blk 153. NW%; of lots 6 to 11, ',and other considsrations.A. :\ Corn.
blk 189. Sac. 28, T 2 8. R., 30 W. an1 : V. Clubbs et al, trustees Richard: Open, hick i Los Cbs
t Wholesale and RetailGROCERS Steamship' lot 5. blk 224. New Cify. ,..lot 6, blk 4, Rafford, to J. .1.1. .Muldon-W 2 ft of May.._........44 .i 41 .. H '; 44g POOLpAR Everything Up-to-Date.
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Antiqua, Br ss Witten 1875, Vera W. K. tract-$2802. && Arpent lot 56, and W 42 ft N% Jaly--: 45 45}Ji 43 43
Ease Government Street.
1 Cruz to master. A. V. Cluobs to Thos' Mitchell-An Arpent lot 56, and W 42 ft N% Ar-.
: August Belmont Br ss, 2967. Savannah undivided half interest 11E 65 ft of pent lot 56, Old City-$20,000. New.YorK Stock Market. J. A. BILLINGSLEY Prop.
to:,flulf Transit Company. Arpent lot 51. Old City.-$1,000; and G. W. AInsworth W.. J. CornerE '- Open Close ,

: and all kinds of Feed Cayo Bonto Br sa; Widgery 2213 other considerations. 60 ft of lots 6 to 10 inc.. being that Southern...Pacific6. r 66 i ..
London to Gulf Transit Copper 108'i? .
Co. 103
B.W. McMillan to F. C. ChaffinAn part of lots Ijing',in Belmont tract, I -
tJ Stuffs.Pluto Chatburn, Br ss, ,Morse, 1225, Huel. undividad 4.15 interest in lots 19 also all lots 11 and 12tbeing-m blk 28, Atch A- $ .R...... 155 Wif f 1K w*' .,........................... ... ..... .............
ya to Gulf Transit Company. to 22 inc. and S 30 ft lots 8 to 11 Inc. partly in Belmo'nl' tract and partly' in .&.R...- 163 1/541/ :

Exmoor Brss, Stouehouse 2233 blk 36. Water Front map T C. 'Wat West King tract Belmont. numbering. B.B T.. 68*' 83B t '" .
Bah la Blanca to order. son-tOO. $1130. '. : & 0 ..115 i
114 $ .
Water Gamma, Dutch ss. Teensama. 1325, John N. Day to L, ,G.. Crosby-Lot F. Bingham to M."J. Darvey-Lot Erie....... 48i 45C.LI >i .: The Rays Fromi i

West Harllepool to order. 392 blk in SE corner St. M chaer3 14, blk 370. New City $25. ..... 67%. 68'i .,
Good Hope Br ss, Harding. 2308 Cemetery G .,-$1.00', and other .con. Same to Same-Lot 15, blk 370,'Old U. S.. 44 "44it7. ) i i ii
Cardiff to Gulf'Transit Company. siderations. .. .3., preferred.............. 107J.J 1(6*..
Wholesale and Retail. Marie Ger sa, Schoeder, 891 West I Mrs. E'lzabeth! City-$40.Monroe. B S.t...... 34 4 545 i |1- -GasArcLamps i
Co1lIto CallieDotsonhalf Campbell to E. W. Peake- i i
Hartlepooi Pensacola Lumber Com U&2T., ,.,. 15S8': 15.:: -
:L,4 acre in NE corner of HW% Lots 5 and 6, blkllO. New CitY$200.Alex Lead.' 3.. 84 88M.P.
pany. I' of SW%, Sec. 8, T 5 N. R 30W,-'$1.00. Lischkoff: to l". C. Blount Jr.- .. 101'; ioi i :* are richer'Jn volume. and color than any other lighting *
New Orleans Nyasssa. Br Baker
Co. 1786
ss, Vera .
J : Grocery Cruz to F. O. Howe & Company. W. J. Williams to Escambla Realty N 23 ft -lot 174, blk 25, Old City- Met .... 124 124'i .+ egency,stsady! as the sun, and the' cost is smaller than .
Co.-Lots 1 and E 10 Caa.Pae.....*,. .
2 and ft lot 2, 10000. 174 174%
Tertia. Ger ss, )Martinson 1396:: Las : any othr .modern lighting method. Colors are faithfully } :
I Jas. McHugh Palmes. blk 121, Maxent tract also E 100 ft lot A. A. Fisher to tee Daniell-NE N.Y.0 .. ISffli: 155%
Quarrydene, Br Robin 26, and E :00 ft of N 18 ft. lot 25, bll{ corner blk 46. East King tract., front. ?.O IOn 101RTl'0 i shown, and In all respects the illumination is the :
ss, on, 1822,
Phone 1O5. 121, Max Proprietor. .
Bueno Avenge ,
? Ayres to Gulf Transit.Co. considerations. -" -$818. ; ," St.P .. ...IS: 1KB, t Nearest Approach to daylight.. I
Queen" Christina. Br Brake I ... '
S3 2804. I.
H\ .
I J. W. Lynch to Mrs\ Emma S. :Mitchell A. A. Fisher to # E. Hannah-EV l
Hamburg to ordery: 8 B..;...- 37-. 37 .\ !
hips. -A lot in SE% ol ,NWJ Sec.: 5.T lot 195 blk 26, Old'"City, map T. C. i T.CL..I., :.................... 147 14a. -

:: We Are Glad Avon,. Ital ship, Avegno, ,. 1601, Genoato 5 N M,-, R R.30 ani W C., fronting-F' Zeek to Co.A.road-$100.A. Fisher tions.Wataon-$1.00 and other considera. ,Penna.U. P.... .... T...144'i Io6i{ 154 141>%,4 .:I Pensacola Gas Company |
Bros. -Lots 1, 2 and 3, blk 160, East King P. E. Hannah',to' Elizabeth Hannah- ft .

don Ruby to Southern Nor ship;States Erikson Lumber, 1333 Co.Lon ,$1,000.W.tract,. West of Tmfagona ,street- Half Interest in E% lot' 195 blk 26, Ausley & Co's. Daily; : Cotton Letter. Phone. '148.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i

Old City map T. C. Watson-$1.00.and New York,, Jan. Liverpool reduced

( to inform our customers that we can ari. N C. Barrineau to Henry ChalkerN other considerations.- spots 12 points and arrivals ......................................................:
Olive 011 NE
the % SE
offer 3
guaranteed T2N
i. purest C. R 32 W-
Armenia Nor bk ,
Nielson, 1168 Flemming Tynes to' J. G. White- from 10 to 14 points. This was a _._ .. .
from Riviera Oneglia. Treen to McKenzie Oertlng & Co. $400. Piece of land in SW corner of SE& much heavier; loss than was looked .

.4 Bauffshire Itai bk, Marchese. 888. Robert J.vFillingim to 'T. C, Chalker of NE%, Sec. 36, T 2 N, R 31 W-$450. for and as result New York openeda
Genoa to master A. A. Fisher to Larnis JacksonLot few points lower but quickly regained Marine Grocery Co.

:Try Oneglia Oil Edna J,[. 'Smitu,' Br bk, Rice, 736. 14, blk 103; East King tract E of enough' to fully discount an?
Leith to order. Taragona street, 'T. C. Watson 'J.E. REEDButcher
Numberg, Nor bk. Blrkson, 1107, TRY 1 IT YOURSELF map bearish effect the g'Y( : rnment ginEtrs 604, 60S 603610 .S. Palafox St.

Ii and you will feel the taste of the pure, Chitstlansand to A. ellus.Paolino $78.Susan Campbell 'and John Campbell report might have on, values to Phone 725.

: :RIviera Olive from where 'we import Ital bk. Lalraqua 12S6. The next time you suffer from any to Mrs. M. L Bovett-Lots 4 and 5, and Green GrocerCor morrow. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

the oil. We retail from a quart to a: Rotterdam Providenza, to Rosasco Bros. ailment arising from 9 weak or disordered survey W. C. Beck. In SW% of SE1/ DeVilliers and Romans Sts. The situation. constantly brightening -
-I gallon. Ital bk Olcese 1185. See: 51, T1.. N, R 30 W-$300. and despite all the lugubrious
Genoa ,to master. Stomach we, want you to trya HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
bottle of the famous J.. J. Fell to Estella Wilkins-Lots PHONE 1022. predictions of the bars the solid fac. I EAT.
Pruno Ital bk. Gibelli. Artvrerp -
c 1212 18 and 19. blk 41. Belmont tract, map remains that ,the southern plantersare Just Received
to order. T. C. Watson-$1.00 and other consid. Meat of all kinds Western and in better position to-day: than :
G. Marrasso. Soars da Costa Port bk a Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch
Marnato HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH eratlons. Country Pork, Sauer Kraut, Chickensand at any time ,since the Civil War: and I
CO4, Rio, Janerlo. Schooners.to H. Baars &. Co. T. J.; Busey to W. .A, Boyett14acres Eggs! Turkeys, Geese, Ducks and if they willcnly. realize: this: and 'appreciate 50;. kits of, :fancy :Mackerel $1.:;) ptrkIt.

in SE corner'SW', everything sold by a first-class meat that tho: situation is in their
BITTERSand i of NEW} ,
Calumet Am sch. Guptol, 1094, Bal- 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 kit.
market Free per
Sec. 6. T 5.K. R 30 W-$400.A' delivery. own hand*, they (the pro .!ucers) anJ
timore to order. 50 kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit
not the
D. H. Rivers Ani sch Peck 363 prov for yourself its wonderful] -' -- ---- -- consumers" can dictate. pricesfor 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds
Ouantanamo to ,order. merit. You'll find it excellent for curing REVIVAL AT THEGADSDEN' -1 1I the future: Spot cotton: cannot' go $1.25 per kit.Bloaters. .
n'uch lower. unless the planters
Poor Appetite Belching Flatulency CHURCHThe Herrln
: their Milkers and Roes. ?,
change admirable
present tactics
AN Dyspepsia I Indigestion, Costiveness I Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickle
Come Where ARTISTIC CALENDAR o* Codfish
holding ,cotton and begin to flood
revival senlces at the Gadsden
Colds, Grippe or,.Bert eral Debill. German Sauer Krout.
tl-e markets with
Get it toda! ", also ask free::1 1 Methodist church will! continue stampede orders to ,Feet kits
For Richne, Beauty, and Artistic ty. : > for a SEEDSI sell : Pigs in 100.
Merit th. Malt-Nutrine Calendarfor copy of our 1906 Almanft ,' It is very throughout the, :weeK;, Services at 10'I Will the Maaewal and Lange's Fruit Cak
price ? We believe
and IRv. gp higher
a. m. 7:30'p.ni1 each
ohy. ,
1906 Outstrips all others. entertaining. I I National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, :;c
EO : would '
or not urge
Your Money L. C. Brunscomb Talladega,I vra cpoa
Thert Calendar for 1906- Issued -- Ala. will reach the city this morning, I our customers and friends the course per pound.
by the Anheuser-Busch Bi wingAss'n We handle the celebrated blends of
WHICH we have presistently ani'! I
to assist the pastor In the meeting.. consistently
is an unquestioned! triumph of Coffee ,roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
Mr. Brunscomb is a vised. We are in an entirely different -
an eloquent
artists' genius.; It U composed of five I; I I position the Co.. H..P. Chipman Manager.(!
from "York
; :Stretches J, panels, ,each. 4xlO inches in size, rep-:' A Mighty Good: Plan 1 i speaker wiio have, fluent the opportunity and forceful of and hearing all I tear clique! that has ben giving its: Oaxaca. Sic lb.; Gold Standard, 25c

lesenting the: Four !"seasons, the extra II him will no doubt be both entertained : gratuitous advice so' frein, .order that Ib: Diamond, Blend 25c lb; Golden

panel being Calendar: for the year. For the I and edified. A most cordial welcomeis SUCCEEDWhen f, they may gt ,the cotton into their Rio 20c lb.Strictly .
The panel are lithcUraphed' :: in.' Housekeeper extended to.all. The Christian -' '. own hmidthen' commence> a bull i fresh. roasted and as gooi
'Out twelve coR} >rs,' picked out with gold : !'generally are invited to assist people in I f I campaign end ,send, cotton< soaring at)i as a'ny Coffee sold in this city.
and are bound together with silken In the of 4he Send ns your urders and we will deliver
I matter buying tJese services that they may prove : expense' of the strath* :who has I Ii I
'" cord. 1 groceries is to, buy nota- blessing to the i i tcld It. Eyrppe ap.4! th* east must promj>tlv.
1 I city. You
Webave good, sound reasons The subjects, from ,the brush of;i ing but the best, but- be l't j Buy, Ill ave the south/s/ cotton And they :want j t'

for making the claim! Maud Haiuphreys; the celebrated ar'tist. sure you are tfalle.d female: figures. hs.n-j j more than a fair price.BETTER I we belon'J to the south, we expect toj ,
., .t that your more money here accomplishes than- died with tbe chaste delicacy and!I i This is to certify' that all druggists I! It's (the Cheapest in the End. I do business in thj- sdutb with the]I FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
ftelms which characterize Miss Hun.1phrey's COME DIRECT TO are authorized to refund jour money; I
j southern .
r elsewhere. You see we Ilf Foley's Honey'and Tar fails to cure planters ; years to cone Pensacola, Fla.
work.urrounding. II j THE POPULAR j I }
ft. want the. south to prosper hence the
I pay cash for all goods our the central tUares art; I your cough or cold. It stops th5i advice "Hold CotlQn."

"rent is not nearly so much descriptive border deigns from the. Then you know there [ cough heals the lungs and prevents j 'I Should this year, > '* go above i,, -

as.others have to salaried pan we brush of C.. A. Etherl.gton. a pupil of I won't be any mistake. Our i serious results from a cold. Cures .laf, landreth'sNew e-3a the wild esti?"/ate crpp. 0(' Manches.fer I ,
have no high JIucha. Paris tbo' greatest living stock of staple and fancy I grippe cough and'prennts pneumonia Liverpool! and,New York; there ia'I'
bookkeeper to pay and J;z) dltcouragei:
.. best of all. no .bad debts sentathe of this great artist and iQi I we know we can supply j ates. The genuine Is I in ,a yllow. : WIth{ all .tbc immense sums' of mcnev''!
to lose. Thus ;you will commonwith all his productions... are; everything required' by .( package. Rtfus* substitutes.. W A-r 1( i 5f'!nt. to chec the. spread of the' Boll;
z 'see that you get all that Indeed G.mphony' of color harmonies. -i those who insist on. high- fl'Alembert druggist and apothecary. Crop I I Weevil is constantly spreadingthe*! Extra

:. jour money pays for in < \ class, pure and fresh: foods : I negro abandoning his fields Tor othernork
Clothes, Shoes, Hats or We understandthat this Handsome: j
tH : next: }car'scroo atmt by force .
I :
Furnishings. Our $10.00 Calendar -Iththe sason panels en.;( Salmon Steak l large.tins, 20c. f 1cf circumstances fall shorfc of the' Charge
j and 112.50 Men's Suits, tirely trefJ frojl }'*d>ertising. will besent. Macaroni and Sphaoettl., pkgs. -2' TERSELY TOLD present without taking into consid'erata ;
t will clinch this argument. .to any aadress upon receipt oil,i 5andloc. f' .. BUSINESS-LOCALS. Just Received. II th." acts of providente-
any o ?
'1 Won't you look at them %5 cents or the, tops of twelve red Bacon dry salt, t Jp. 10e. I '* ... such as ercesjite: ,rainfalls, protracted -, is made for gl"lng0111)
tin foil caps from 'Malt-Nutrine Bot i .Shoulder, I lb. 8c. HH-I .I I I laun
., dry salt .. ,i drouth or early frosts, which make' customers the best
tes! sent to .the MH Nutrine. department Save Cafe Monde Coffee 1 cotton cultivation hazardous.. ory work. Years of exIerience '

of! the_Anheur Busch Brewing vrt-appers and get handsome ,McKiazle OertJng; Co.. wholes*)sand I i Hold your: cotton, and buy on all have given ui
Ass'n $t. Mo, 1 reta-l _shp'cbandlers; and grocers, "
-rt8- -' premium. / such breaks as. toe present' one r the "know tow.
.. Y the call uTdas bouse of toe kindIn W. D'Alemberte I I Short selling is almost, sure to shaw
: H, 0. ANSON, '.'jtelther| .r consignees. the captain of ownr the ----9' ,( Pensacola .Fait:...'-ps ,to alL I A. a loss and is so dangerous that we do The Star Steam

Pertpi B' ship Elvira will LAZJAcouY; *1i C. V. THOMPSON-:- Just opened Druggist and Apothecary Rot car? to'se oar' friends take the
a .
_- / risk! even tbotfga profits mightbe
i: J CASH' CLOTHIER, : .. .,, be ponble..tor'any\ debt. fresh line -beaEtJ'ul', box paper, ma.de'from 'such : Sales Thecbancesjorlosingso Laundry.
contracted: "by$ the crew of said veseL THE POPULAR GRQCER; suitable for Christmas presents Also Telephone 109. : much\ than

: i -Coroer Palifu and Mala.- I'. : '' J..A. RODRIGTJES. 14. W. Garden S ; 183. 'crepe paper -Passepartout'.! picture' '121 I Sooth Palafox Street. could possibly .be .maae: are more so great 37 E warden St., Phone 114.
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