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 13, 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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Diplomatic Relations Between the PROTEST AGAINST Convention at New Orleans'I, Fugitive president of San Domingo : 'f,"' "

1- MARRING NIAGARA. Adopts ,, ; Continued in House Yesterday
Two Countries Have Been .: By Associated- Press. .oC': Report of 'CommitteeUnanimously SENATE Will Leave Country on *' OF OKU INTO TOKIO. .ti. Much Interest Being Shown

#; Waco, Tex, Jan. 12.-Homer : 'i"Ready .. ,
Severed. ;
; IVads, of the Business U. S. Gunboat.. By Associated Press. f- in
Tokio, Jan. 12.-General Oku. er
; Men's Club 'of this city, has ; .
i: instructed by that club to write who commanded theleft, army
'I g: during the war with Russia, '$
Trouble Started Over Castro' At- i.1.in'letters againstfurther to Congressmen changes protest-or i; ANNOUNCEMENT OF DECISION to Proved His Charges Relative GENERAL "-CACE ES' NOW PRESIDENT # made a triumphal entry into [Longwonh/.of Ohio Greeted With
1.; the capital this morning. The ,
marring of Niagara Falls by t;
tack on French Company. *. commercial undertakings. It : WHIRLWIND OF to C Conditions and Work OF THE ISLAND REPUBLIC !feeneral and his staff, drove In
Applause by Members.
i is claimed by the club that this CHEERING, -REPORTS OF LACK -MORALES, WOUNDED IN THE imperial carriages to the pak # ,
1not? spot is fast being transformed 'l: at Panama. ace. Ttf| greatest 'enthusiam 1E
VENEZUELAN PRESIDENT'S RE. ;'!- frpm one of the most OF HARMONY BETWEEN MEMBERS LEG' AND HELPLESS, IS IN was manifested by the people oi V,
impressing scenes In the world,, who lined the route, shouts oft FAVORED BILL ,AS MEANS OF DE.
FUSAL TO RECEIVE FRENCH; .. to the site of mon making DECLARED FALSE. CHARGE OF PHYSICIANS.By "Banza" and "TieHn" greeting
:: plants. ;; American Engineers of Standing 'J the general, who Isolated VELOPING FILIPINO INTO CONDITION .
CHARGE AT CARACAS LED TO Port Arthur at a critical stage ;'l.

OPEN BREACH WHICH MAY RESULT By Associated Press. Want None of( It. Associated Press. '*.. of the campaign. OF SELF-GOVERNMENT

New Orleans, Jan. 12.-By a unani- San Domingo, Jan. 12.General Morales's i: 1M .* BUT DID NOT FAVOR HOLDING
IN NAVAL DEMONSTRATION mous vote the cotton convention to-. resignation as president of ISLANDS
BY FRANCE. I S K night adopted the reports of its. committee RATHER: WARM SIGNED ,LETTER Santo Domingo was tendered and ac OF RECENT
MRSI CHADICSTARTS cepted late today. He will leave this TRIP TO ISLANDS.
on holding, recommending that ON PANAMA (PUBLISHED BY city on the United States gunboat I

the balance of the. cron of 1903-06: > ,be Dubuque, bound for Portq Rico. I GREENE- GAYNOR '
Associated Press. held for 1me'en.cents per pound. A WELL KNOWN WRITER AND General Caceres, according to the By Auoclatedpress.

Washington! Jan. 12.Diplomatic joint committee of the bankers ,and TRAVELER. IN NEW,YORK, TIMES constitution will. become' president of Washington, ,Jan 12.:-:Interest waa
re.i:ion:. between France and Venezuela FORPRISON farmers from each state will help to : Santo Domingo Caceres is favorably injected into ,
YESTERDAY-TAFT ET, AL. : DEFIED -inclined toward the ratification of"the ; the Philippine tariff debate -
hav* been broken off. Although carry the plan into effect. -. .: > > pending treaty with the United States MUST STAND In the House of Representatives *:

tht breach is technically chargeable The sum of work of the Southern I General Morales. It is said was recently to-day by a Massachusetts "Idea" of ,

i-iams the personality! of M. Taigny.the Cotton Association, which was to bea hidden in a cue nursing a the tariff by Mr, McCall, of that state. i "
French charge at Caracas the real declaration for fifteen cent cotton, wounded leg. He'is now helpless and fcy a character study of the ;
By Associated Press '1"I in,the hands'ot medical ,attendants. ,fr
suas a is understood here, is the was practically settled this afUrnoon TRIAl by Mr. Longworth of Ohio, and bya
'!lark b>' President Castro upon the when Chairman Dancy of the committee I New York, Jan.- PoultneyjBIge-: defense of'President Roosevelt '
i low' for whose presence bsfordf the TOOK REFUGE INAMERICAN bv
on holding, in advance of .
pmertlea: of the French Cable Co. pre' I :Mr. Poe, Democrat, of New .
sentation of the report, announced 'I senate committee on Inter- eanic LEGATION I.' York. Be-
President Castro assrted that the Noted Swindler Began ServingTen that the committee had unanimouslydecided canal a subpoena! was; issued yesterday --.- ,I'.' skies these there were a number of

Cauie Company had lent active assist-I favorably on that proposition. has .a. signed letter on "Pat ama" Washington, 'Jan. 12.-Secretary Judge Speer Overrules'Motion for speeches; delivered on the merits of

inr!. to tile Mattes rebeMion and also Year Term at Columbus The announcement provoked the Intoday.s.la I Times. The' ,communication, Taft today received 'a message froman the bill, nearly all of which were In
charged that the company had viol at- convention to a whirlwind of che ring, part is as follows: authoritative source in San Domingo Discharge of Both De opposition to the measure. Duringthe
Yesterday. Premature announcement of the conclusion "Two things are notable to him who I II *| saying that" Carlos F. Morales, with
concession. '
et The! terms of its He I day an agreement was reaches .
of the committee was forced I reads: the signs of the times.. ''No German -: a broken leg and accompanied by a
carried the matter to the court and nistorian fend ants. whereby the debate is to continue for '
touches modern Hohen-
by advlces from New York, to the d:! { representative of the Monte Christe
th*- sustained the presidents views,i sect mat newspaper dispatches! and ;zollern history and no AmP.Tican engi]trevoluUonists', took refuge in the Unit-I two a-ays' more. The House is to meet
.itul<< prameallv! took charge of the: By Associated Press. Wall street reports,printed and elrcu-; neer of standing cares to be identified 1! l last night; also to-morrow and Monday at eleven

companv 's offices at several, places. I Cleveland, 0... Jan.. 12.-Mrs.. Cassie lated there ind'cated! lack of harmony with the Panama canal. This i is momentary that Morale was expected to resign By Associated Press.:' o'clock and will close the debate at

Tit Frenca government, through its: L Chadwick, escorted by United States among the delegates!: and dissensiops I only-w are. happy to "be1'eve. .- today. Savanna, Ga.,Jan. 12.-Judge Speerin five o'clock on the later day. The bill '

b.ty .-, M Talgny. protested Castronadf :Marshal Chandler and a deputy left over the fifteen cent proposition. Reports the Federal Court today, gave an will doubtless be
<: ? that the contention did not have "My purpose in going tot Panama 1 disposed of on the
; d personal matter with1. Cleveland this morning for the state in its purposes./plans and work thej i was to' look at the conditions under Isabel Beamy Divorced. opinion ia the Greene-Gaynor cass, latter day.

Taum and refused to do business with penitentiary at Columbus to begin' her hearty support,'sympathy and cooper-1 which the negro.laborer' is". compelled London.: Jan. 12.-:'Isabel Cavendish t denying the petition lor the discharge Mr. Longworth, of Ohio, was greeted -
better known by. the name of Isabel!
sentence of ten years imprisonment. ation of every bank and merchant'to live. I t of defenda ts
him! ., Beamy, formerly' a leading lady of theSavoy' Judge Speer said: with applause and marked! attention .
There were no friends. at the sta present were stated, by President Jordan "My charges a'gainst our admlnlsiration 'i "The plea allegeS' that the court is
M; Rjs: ; ell, the American minister, to be absolutely without founda ( are. thoa* which Any independent atreiecured ,a divorce to- was 'given his castigation of the
at, ,fl.. lime thought he had successful tion to, bid her farewell.' tion. I observer: would have made under day from H. Cavendish,. the explorer -I without Jurisdiction. The whole contention Filipino character. lie favored the

nL'rvened in the interest of During the night Mrs' Chadwick's analogous conditions ana1 'with analog- on the ground' of cruelty and mis of' accused is that the Indictment hill *s the best means of developing,

.:.,. '!,!u. on New Year's day Piesif"ni attorney sought every means, to have tus experience of the ,.negro.. I ls1ropica1nuntrte& !conduct.. -- -- -. --- __- .. II I I ,charges, ;conspiracy and that the Filipino Into a condition. self
TWO EXPELLED Th ese -*ttaigt>sf Mr. > .
CUtl"O refused to receive MTa'snv .I a stay of execution, but they were Taft does not. meet."I I the prisoners were returned to'tals" government, ,, at which moment )be '

'!: a' a public reception and the 1!r unsuccessful. Leaving the county jaila FOR'HAZIMGBy l have made several broad be collected by the dripping i from, the II III court for something else. It is further' v.ould be 0d14n'IIad to drop the

KivHin government took offense: J(' physician wascalled .in to see Mrs. Ir I charges, and Iauthorize, the trustee I roofs of the shanties.' The sanitary charged that the prisoners were, put Islands The passage of the hill ho .'
(i Inspection of Colon Is shame.! The
r of the"Boston' Unirersitv to .withhold|I on trail for crimes other than said would '
Chadwick. He said that she was Undoubtedly in large numbers those not damage one iota any ;
Tier of r.egroes are l avirtg I II
i;* a aint punitive measuresen t salary (or' the coming if
ill but that he believed she Associated Press. my year by reason of legitimate 'grievances,; for which extradition was :granted: American industry or American latxxr
iht pan of France and the situation these charges are not substantially I I I
Is rtard could safely make the trip' to Colum Stanford UniverSity CaL Jan. 12.-I true, which is a matter of common knowf: After quoting the authorities Judge] emploved- in that industry. No one
officially as very unpleasant bus. Still persevering in their attempt tOI "To determine 'this -question, it Is; I I edge."Mr. '. Speer said: I after smoking one native cigar, he
with [*ns! !bilities of serious con- quash every semblance of hazing ,absurd to call in as witnesses men Taft can:: hire hundreds of "Our conclusion then is that extra said, would want another ana? with
Shortly before the train left Mrs. student End Hall, the I I politicians to call,me offensive names, dition is
b; que"cFRANCE: > the dormitory: who have political axes to grind. 1. amply by the I
r only one island which
on could
Chadwick said I( faculty committee today dropped two am willing to abide by the brief >"esj I:. but until he procures a respectable treaty; that the prisoners were extra sugar >
WILL ENFORCE. "I am going to try and be brave,' men from The university R., w.I or 'no of any one with a respectable- engineer or man of business to endorse dited for alleged crimes indictable in]!be raised, and that without a harbor
and keep now to the last" Enry and B.' O. Nordman. standing among average men of clean the present; state of administration both countries; that the language of,hit saw no dan'ger from this source.
RESPECT FROM CASTRO I I The most grievous offense proved business records It will cost no of the canal zone no amount of the present Indictment is adequate to1 There were he said two characteristics
I against either of the suspended students more to send such a man to Panama government printing" will afford hlu secure the constitutional rights to de.I of the Filipino mind which '
lari. J.;,u, 12.-Though 3!. Maitojrgue -' was that they were present at than to :prlnt pamphlets' denouncing any" real comtQrt. ,..; fendants. Plea consequently overrul i made self government remote. The
!, ih<. Venezuelan charge I the tubbing of a freshman. Both were those who criticise the canal commission rTo ed'PATRICE': 1 i Filipino was absolutely incapable of

daffsi:.. has not jet received i his pass[ O'BRIEN l LAUDED I members of the sophomore class. I -. Appear;Thursday. 'forming 'a conception of a public officer .
"Colon is today mainly! a swamp, Washington, Jan. 12.-Poultney and just 'a* incapable of comprehending -
prat iipliniatic relations ara consider Hanging in New Jersey. into which is dumpd all the human Bigelow has notified the committee on the dignity of labor.
'o hive 'been broken off There'!: Trendon N. ..J..Jan.. 12.-Charles I excrement of the negro population and Inter-ocanlc Canal'that hf, will appear ''The Democrats greeted with hearty 3;
I Is no question at present for a naval 1. Long colored. was hanged!; here today where this population is ,compelled: to before the committee next Thursday IS applause his statement that he'was
ADMIRAl BOBEvANa. Matthew sleep. There is no water at Colon LOt' in favor of holding the islands
demonstration, but there is no doubt for the murder Cunningham morning to testify regarding. 'canal con ,as
also colored. I f'J\'g.'this! swamp water and -what can ditions. a part of the United States any longer
thtFrench. ,
government intends to than absolutely necessary. 1

harp he fulles* recognition of and re-:

tp'' pP i\a.N 350 KILLED 4
official cfr
note issusd tonight sajsthai I / aS' '
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although an ultimatum b'as not .f \ "I 1-\1't'\ /4,, OR INJUREDIN
Wn .
sent to Venezu'la. France can
nut tolerate much longer President I Ii .

Castro rtfusal to accede: to French'I Appeared Before Naval Committee I ATTACK BY COSSACKS ON

demands, without considering! the ad _
"batjity! of taking a stronger means 1 and Paid "Fighting Bob" a : ARMENIAN SEMINARY /

to nforce thm. Compliment.. U. S. Court Upon Charge AT TIFLIS. .

AUTO SUNK iNIQUiCK I ; of Peonage, But Jury Returned ti tiTills

A private telegram ,received last: -, f'1 : Tats5 Y/Lihij/ Verdict of Not Guilty. ; By Caucausia Associated, ilan.Press.12.-Nearly '3

SAND night from parties in Washington I r'tY' t ;; vVAAj'OW V j 250 persons were killed or injured as

gave a short but 'interesting story rsrjanling 3 outcome of an attack made by Cossacks
i the appearance of Capt. J,! M. V. Patrick, a naval stores opera on the Armenian seminary! here,
r tor from Jackson county.. was yesterday following the throwing of two bJmbH
By Associated: Press I IChicago. Ed. OBnen before tfie. naval committee '_._ _, Fc-:4 '- .. L .. exonerated in the United States from that institution at a passing patrol .<

the Jan. 12.-A dispatch to ,'esterda)'. t court, where he had been upon trail Four Cossacks were woundedand
An Tribune from Gallup. N. M. says: "Captain OBilsn, as president ofj for the past two days on the chargeof a boy was Killed! by the explosion
automobile: driven by' Perc. of the bombs. Artillery was Immediately
Miwra) and David Fassttt i i1i fast iu the National Bar Pijots Association.! I peonage. called and the scninary
; up
:ht committees The case commenced Thursday
appears ,
quicksands near !''itec, Ariz. frequently bfor't I!{ surrounded and shelled. Tha 4
: yesterl,! ; morning and continued through that was
Uf"r bein'; warned to of the house and senate,"and ''
keep away I building oon burst into names and
,""ni > Yo //I '
uUnd.attempted. Tne to cross on the frozen I coninTttee. f fIn ii III t until late in the afternoon that thc! there exploded.. Thirty-three persons :
crust broke and the I the conflagration
: Captain perished during
Uwrobile( sank. : the course of his remarks i, jury returned its verdict of not guilty.
Both men finally !I fire
while ZOO were injured by or
P4)' on solid ground, having a narrow !I O'Brien laude ;/dmlral, Evans 1 Another: case tried during the .day!i I' wounded by shells,
*cape, Th! car has sunk to the heall-, for his record. and said that any I was that of James Lewis, who waal I I! The troops subsequently tbelled another -
:'thIs! charged with having a still in his ,.
An effort is being made to American boy could: look \upon the pos Armenian house where bombs
li"t' nthe session. He guilty. and
of "Fightin Bob" Evans in : I and weapons were hidden and killed
acrident name sentenced to serve thirteen! months In!
occurred near the revolutionists
> : egnt;
;wn whcra thre passenger coaches: history and be 'proud he was an IT1F ,. the Atlanta prison.PRIVATE II
'erp 1051' I American. [ ..
S0nie ears ago in the quick.I .
1!0;'n.k(ine A team and wagon were los; ::i SCY.WOLft I POLITICIAN ISVINDICATED
same : 0_
ford a few -a'ars ago' t BIG BEQUESTFOR : : I

I '' t.i .t l IN THE 'CITY .
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COMES UP TODAYBy I )1 ,. :y.- WILL SPEND A DAY OR TWO HERE Philadelphia. Jan. 12.-Acting on In-
By Associated Press. :; ;:;: '\' t; I structions of Judge Audenreid a Jury !"
>''''' t' BEFORE RETURNING, TALLAHASSEE. 'I : [today acquitted
N. J. Jan. 4?.-B? the : .
Newaik. ,
Associated Press. o* Andrew T J3otger, of South :- : ': > : : : > : ,4 !I I chief of the Filtration bureau, who was -
)II with forgery and falsifying -
probate trial 'charged
( on
X.'v.'ork for !
Jan by Orang N. J.f just
&,,,'Jrn(>\ General Hadley 12:! -The of attempt Missouri: i hsre the Tuskegee; Normal and Indus- '- ; __ i the records or his bureau for
t I' ]I benefit of contractors. The scenes I
'::rapel} H H. of the Stand -' trial Institute will eventually receive; the
:, On Company Rogers, to answer, in the,a bequest that prontis? to be the j Hon. J. Emmet Wolfe, private:st'c-I: following the acquittal have seldom,It
karin5 Before Commissioner San-. largest in its history. At the death;, b@ retary to Governor Brow ard, is in ever, been witnessed In a local court
||L5. caaie up in th supreme court i or: the teitator'a: wife Clara W Jotger.! I city and will spend a day or two here room. Former Chief Hill; shed tears
iay R:>gen'. counsel! asked for a the entire residuary estate said u ut before returning to Tallahassee.' Of joy as his son, Henry, clasped him
briet, adjournment. He said It was i: about half a million dollars, will go t tto '. Judge Wolfe looks well and be says in close embrace. For an hour Mr.
kt'lCJIbJ! for them to proceed at i the endowament fund of, Booker' ..- :,".' / -{ '_ ': ::7 he never felt better in his life. His |}111 was the center of a struggling
cbe and the hearing was adjourned Washington's negr school. TCS THESE WINTER- DATS THE OREAT. *AMERICAN: CITIZEN HAS A FEELI G-THATHE IS GOING TO work at the capitol evidently agrees crowd. All were anxious to grasp his_
ti: "rw' P. ra: It was later put over I present endowment Isa; little over '", '1 with him. His friendsare glad -to hand an'l offer congratulations! am
'at.i tomorrow morning. I 1,000,000, .SOAKED., v : xreet aim once more. his TlndicaUoL!

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__!"a TWO' }fHfc> PCN8ACOLA. .JOUR. { .J; riikY .MORNING._: J .NUARY.13. 1905, .. ..... # 1.-. : 'It

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( pon..bad.VfUhe: < i City of Pensacola 000)) of bonds. .

(1 "' H "E .;jE lf"' jE ;lt r :{ LEGAL AIVERTISEIENT"' 'f 1 to be .fcnowfe -"Improvement Bonds I, That before said bonds are Sid

of the City of Pensacola, Florida." to]1 said jmisi& a-thiy 'hall -make. by

: 1 The Journal's Daily Short .Story Achesjf 51 AN ORDINANCE.An th. amount of Three Hundred Thousand to the City Council of their ajveni re

ordin4cc3 regulating the con' : Dollars ((1300,000.). each of said m!'!nt of the ale'of the bonds aSiS
$ $ I
.' ; ; I .... fctrucum :if buildings of six or more] bonds to !be of, the denomination of;,the-' bids received by them and noiLof
f stories: *' One Thousand".Dollars. ($1,000.) ;' to1 I the .;sad.lond: b\",tae Boardte!

I!: TO THE VICTOR---T8E1! SPOILS ; any kind,Headache, toothache, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR be numbered from 1 to 300 both in-' Bond Trustees shall bs valid or bmi

t t* 4 ?. *.' jarache, :stomachache, backache. AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF Ciusive; to bear 'Interest at the rate ing until ihc same Is confirmed bv rI
JOHNSON i ideache disorders THE of four and one-half pr: centum per! olutlcn or ,Ordinance of
BY HUBERT MCBEAN and all similar nerve CITY OS PENSACOLA: ,: : ths! rouse
,. soothed and Section 1. That all lul'i'nsts! of six' annum (U4)) ( parable semi annually The monej's arising from the ";
Copyright. 1905. by Hubert McBeaa Johnson. g: : are instantly or. more stOries shall be of fire-proof January 1, and July 1. to bear date! said bonds hal! be received
cured by bti:
quickly relieved and 1 1906; to be payable thirty :
January said Board of Bond
: i#4i Im i:***.*t; **** #* J ? *i'When ********-*#*, *!II that most of all medicines construCtion! :O) alter said date, with theoption : Trustees to bet,?l'
dependable :,Sea, 2: That all exterior brick or ( years ; for the several purpose above iwUoned

I e- ---- '- ,;, i for the relief of pain 1I atoae walls, of any building: of six or redeem on any the or part. all of the of ,City said'! and cpplisd only to such nnrpo -

I I cut 1'hjllis alone In conservatOry tore it tnt the dust again.Oh ; :.. more otorl 3 shall be constructed so>> to nuacber from 1 to 200 asj es.
I promptly i>rui'oeed. to her ," gtsped: Phyllis: again, "do be I'I as to conform.to the fo'lom; table aforesaid bonds any time after twenty: |I Sec. 4. That the matter of ISsuinr
,or "e'n be killed!'! HAMLINS ot sori's._ minimum thickness ,anl. thq remainder of the said Se\<
| galn. Fact Is I wouldn't haorne ireful.: Jack : ("0)) fUrs from th6 date thereof at n Hpp:
to the ball at all if hadn't been that I The machIne' was already going Its i' ,maximum, he-fhts.! to-wlt: I'j and accrued. Interest, The principa'anlln'fcrestof -; dred ant Fifty Thousand Don
Upon Every I I' per > of
($1 O.OOO) bonds voted gj
i intended limit or I would; have opened it some j! ... : sail bonds shall ba; ; : by the
to try again to win her s C'ty: Augu: 22 1903.:; be
and:! (he
more. 1 made the pretense! of putting j I WIZkRDiOlB1 wade payable: at the office 'of The,: sac!
said "I _. I is -served
Phyllis demurely o eir hereby for further
I was 3Iart'age: & Trust aeuoi ,
on more speed. having nay revenge .&: cs o -" t Unite States !
wish you 'would bring me a drink of of,etei -- in. the City and State uflNew !! on:Jhe! part of the City' CounrlJ I I
'. .: Company
1.: and wrapper of the genuine Dr. Bell's P i1e- I water.. aiulug always makes me BUI -lm being ''t.'HrdulI..aJ. .I" .u wed ... I II : : MQO Ygrk.Scetion Sec. 5. This .ordtnaDceshan tjfc I
T$r-Honey is printea>> the above design. It ** I I : ... I' That. in, accordance effect Immediately upon its
2. pastas.
} U bottt trade-mark and guarantee warrant j I thirst j. as I could for the wind, "but t''''' siro- If have experienced of the i and*approva'. t
you ever I recoamiTaiation ] ,
that the medicine contained in the bottle t with said : I '
Phyllis has changed the subject every to make it. Do:j ou see Joe behind -
ply got
:Passed January 4th '
will cure cough, colds and all lung ; its gentle, quieting influence, 0:1'' Beard of Bond Trustees the form 1906,
throat and chest troubles time t about the '. I us':" == otl
more quickly Ju same wa I shall be Approved.Januar5.h.. I90o
and eflectuallj than anr other remedy. -wthl i not sw him I I an aching, throbbing head, tooth, p. .- I said! .; bonite: and coupons: : |
-r U.ne\v there was uo use arguing. HO Iwent Phyllis bo stantia'l'; as follows: to wit CHAS. H BUSS.
I auto'tracks ahead," I cr other nerve, you will, never ; I I
There are Attest
po AMERICA. Mayor ef
Dr. Bell's for tfc* water. Only brought 1 : UNITED; STATES Pensacola.
\ lemonade instead. I tolxserved "If he's anywhere be must t without it in th: house... :, "'., .=: :d.JZq.L- STATE OF fLORIDA. I.I C. E: MERRITT. Clerk
i !te back of u!V 1 I : .. 1 State Coat of Arms) -
But when H fellow cornea I.adc with "I had been subject to sick : (
I I sized up the track:.ahead and turn ** Number Number -r, TIMBER LANDS FOR SALE,
f the lemonade. after such an incident as >, ed to look back., There. was an auto : headache for.over 5) years, wnlea -. ;, I $1000 $1,000.; I'il! .sell at public sale on Tue

t that and buds another chap holding the bel IIind us."Phyllis.. Mrs. A. C. Scharfer of Great =F--.iI ". CITY OF :PENzAOOLA day Ja'nuary :23, 1906 at }McDai: :
.. .
| !lad)'a hand and his other arm ho>'ert ." l murmured reproachfully Bend, Kan., ,"I used one_bottle Improvement Bond 'Fla, ths following stribel lands :;

t ing' Buspit( '(lowly along the back of the "you said you .ildn't! see any one.** I( of Hamlins Wizard Oil, ,and have',. I, ', 7J . I For value rec!ived the C:t\' of Pen- wit! Th! lots number thr e .;3k fCr::

1 chair: I think he should feel 1 jolly well That's not Joe:* said Phyllis with not had a h &cUch si=.ce." 'i "u.mc.GI: :: :'" :.... :. sa cola. 'J 'iu'unleIpal.COrP3I'tiOfl) acknowledges of the I I (4)), five ((5)), and six ((6rcor) ( the ncnh-
is told by all druggists."r'ic., soc. and conviction :-e II tate; of F16rida,. hereby :: west quartet of) section sixteen! tel>
SUM per bottle. Manufactured by sore., ,I ,know I did... As for Joe Had- "How do you know" I a k
THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO. den. he looked bored when I tame iu a yellow car,:j\n\ \ his.I Is the only yellow ricks St." Detroit, Mich:% writes;.! ',-' :: ,o '2 i- :... ;.. the turn of One Thou and f*"' ((30)) west: the north nat: !f ot{
and fW''V '(:::3)) after Lot One ((1)), except thirteen
:IADXJCAH. XZSTUCXT. half swore. :.' .. eCo! lars ( : thirty. years .llIae> '
>d "I have found relief from '
touring ear aouj here. Always '
: -. "I beg pinion. said I. "If Fin Intruding dat, with ,in ; --:::; "- '"I don't tare," persisted Phyllis; "its earache by mine Hrumlins Wizard and: one-half rer ntum: i4Vfc) per annum (4)) north! Range ihhty-on (31 a 'S.

not Joe Haddon.' So there: I I OiL" .Price 50c and,$1.00. payable semi-annually, July 1 contaiainir twtnty'-seten .((27, atr-;
Phyllis eyes _twinkled. and I knew -Well take chances." I said mall 5'l ;
--. no : and and known Bilhe V.'iriajni
-:---:; -- ----- and Janjary 1, on presentation : as plari
she was laughing at me. clouslv.It I may be You wpre1't"en 1 t Sold and recosunended by "' surremlesof the.anacxcd Interest coupons one' (I) anile abo\e McDavid. Goojres (

OPERA HOUSE iJustttfen Dawcy Graham came in, able to see an auto when you looked I WHITE'S "'P.f} RMACY. as t'ievjs! vsrally become due ;dcnce on this pla'ce. eight" i III! ot

# .. ''ThJ'on: is ours, Phyllis" said be the first time?*. [ ,. Psnsaeota, Fla. ,... ;""' ;"') 4;<(' both -p-intlpal and Interest being payable : ten ((10), acres under fenc, Daioan

i i K M hOlding up' his card. ; "the third waltz. "I>o you think I"m deliberately lyingto 1 Phone 180. NI PHons,. 446. ia Gall Coin or the United State tlmb t'l80' the southeast quart

MATINEE AND NIGHT. you It W''w: :' help Joe?" asked Phyllis Icily. :. .* 'I of America of the present weght: 'an.l of the :southeast quarter ard southeit !
"'- -
I '."Tharit you. Jack<<: said Phyllis as "No,** 1 answered, "but the 'issue is ; ; a ;: fineness, at tie! offica of The United quarter cf oulhwest quarter Seten' :-!i a

she drank the lemonade. too Important to trust to such poor eye- Florida and iama' t: States MuHsage & Trust Company ((10), TounbUip& four ((4)) nrRange ,
Saturday. Jan.13SAM ;; of Nw York. thirty-three ((33)) 'scSi asjfrouthw
; in the Piy I and Stt3
I went down to the smoking room fora .,. _
.a of
sight.You L AND COMPANY I The City of Pensacola hereby r- jsi quarter southeast qmr.:
said Phyllis Irre"er'ntI c.h
steidy'my Idou't goose
H. HARRIS cigarette to nerves. I : ter section fourteen (14)I ),
: s r\es the cption or privilege of redeeming Town--j:
\Preaents the Most Remarkable Musical Iniow'u, d for' that matter don't .]y. ; .t-m
J I : : Manuiaciurers of tfcu bond at par and accrued four ((4) north. Range thirty-thr-p '.'JI, I
Success of Two -Seasons.: carewhatJoedid. <.. I The puff pnff pf the big machine: was : and Dealers 1n' zSee. I Interest at time'afUr twenty ((29)) west, containing In all three hundrel

However I had the better of him, for close behind us now and I would haTegt"eo' LUMBER 'SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. 3. The height an.t'thlckn. from any its date. '. and seven ((307)) acr :4, more or I Ks.
I took Into : world to have' looked around 1 I of, walls and buildings of sttel con years I will sc1 tha above ]
; ; LITTLEJOHNNY Phyllis supper. GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.p This bonJ Is issued: b>' the' City of described "Accept him. Phyllis** I growled nr1'ly. and to see who was in it, but. the risk : struction, or o! more than eight stones Pensacola i.nier and in full comp' for th> purpose of paying one !'a!. 1

was too great. Another mile and we1 I ---- in h-iht, shall be subject to the special lore with :h9 Constitution and laws of debtednesa: and making a diatnbuti;)a! T

"Not yet" said Phyllis would be at the Hall. So long!; as I kt>ptthe' approval of the City' Engineer" and the State of Florida! and ordinancesof with the heirs of the estate of W u
middle of the path the' big Board of: Public Works; or if there be I Williams, deceased. W. J. WUJiami
car i
"Going to V I questioned In the same said City including among D'hs
tone.. could not pass us. I'determined. to i ST. ANDREWS | no City Engineer. to, toe approval of. An Act of the Legislature of the Stats: :Milton. Fla :3deeoawhr'
I the Board of Pubic! Works
ii keep it."Get. Florida "\n Act to Authcrize I }
Phyllis' brows met in a perplexed I Sec. 4. Tae requirements of the ordnances of entitled. -
frown. She-appeared to be pondering over** shouted 'a hoarse voice of the City requiring metal:: the CIty of Fersacola:. to Issue, NOTICE.
; Play and Music by Geo. M. Cohan. behind not fair Nay" Negotiable Bonds for Municipal! Purposes i Notice' hereby given to
us. "That's i s creditor
Jhe problem' very deeply. I coverd shall not "
: Introducing a specially selected! cast (I| Special to The Journal. ers to windows J
J of principals and a singing and. I' '"I've thought of a way to settle it be- "All's fair in war :and".. I said it low i I,I St. Andrews, Jan 11.-School open- apply: to buildings of fire-proof con,, and" Proviie: for the Payment* I legatees distributees and all other i!

dancing of tween you" she .condescended to reply and left the sentence unfinished. Phyllis )-f iec on Monday with a full attendance structinuSec. : Thereof approved Maj 12. 1905 and i persons having: claims or demiiui. 4;.

s. company at length. "Tomorrow morning I'm goIng heard it. and I felt her small gloved I.'as usual end we bespeak; much sue 5. That all ordinances and ordinances .and! proceedings of sail city against the estate of Christian <'-:".-

: 75..PEOPLE..75 :;! ,up to Groveburst Hall, and you and -hand rest evef so lightly on my arm. i I icsa among the, pupils under the efflcient parts 'of ordinances in conflict herewith :;. !I duly had and adopted 'in accordancewith ner. deceased to present the cane
20"Cohan: Song Hits! Three Big Acts! the CcDktitutloa of within two ((2)) to the under
/ and statutes i years ijv'ed
(:; it. she teachers -charge..
0 urged.
Joe are'.to run a race up there in-your: be and the same are hereby re- !'
Four Great Scenes! autos The who gets there first- As we swung through too Hall gates I Itand I I A quiet home wedding was that ofI pealed. I I. said{ State and Charter of said' City, who las taken out (letters of al
PRICES-Matinee, '50c. 75c and $1.j, one I I Miss :?usle ;Baker of this place andiMr. 6. the issuance! of this bond and the ordinance .j. ministration upon the estate of ;.? !
broad the Sec That this ordinance shall
| will-will ,win the, race finished PhyF ran up the avenue touring 'Ii
Night. 25c. 50c 75c. $1.00 and $1.50. 'Ed lvev of Colorado Springs authorizing the issuance of said deceased. Wm, J. Corner 14-
::1 Seats on sale at CP '8'.,Thursday at i 3 f lamely. > ,. "car passed us. It containedonl- < Col I., during beT! pasCi ,week Miss take effect and appro\'al.immediately!!, after. its passage -1;I this bonj' having been dulj approval i ministrator November 25th, 1305

noon. I I knew: what that' meantv \t fladdeli's -:'Dawcy I Graham.: I:'I SusI, ,is one" of St. Andrew's truest Passed January" 5th 1906. I t tAppro"t'd by the majo'-it Of the votes cast !by 25novoaw8w. '
wocdQtvbe able &oweddown. ,
touringar toI I. of fine womsnhood'and the yotCrsof' sail Citj duly qualified
types young "
January 5th.
I beat my dinky'little runabout it would "Phyll's!' ," I' said, "did you know all.' i. : NOTICE.
numbers h friends among all ages CHAS. H. BLISS as prescribed by law to, vote thereon f
ONE: NIGT ONLY1 I be because he had'a breakdown. I the time that that was Dawcy u I election 1 Notice is hereby given < creditosogatees
sup- 'I Mr. Ivey isyoutfg man of sterling Attest: :Mayor of Pensacola. :. at an duly and legal } called o I
: i : pose I must! : have looked what 1-! ,Phyllis nodded. I, worth ana has many friends here and C.E. .MERRITT. ,Clerk. .I and held for -that purpose on August, : / ;, distributees and a1) edict I.i .

Tuesday Jan. 16th. thought. far Phyllis_ looked 'at me in- "And. where's Joe?**. I demanded elsewhere: who. ? w ill, heartIly ,congratulate I 22." 1905. i I p'ersons having claims or demaai: 1 1I

J quiringl.y.I } t don't know". replied Phyllis.. "I 'i hl.m' on n-g good fortune AN ORDINANCE.. It is neieby certified recite and declared -I apinst the:estate of.John..Mcpatid. (..eI 1

? JULIUS' CAHN i "Well" she questioned' primly "what told him *Vo' 'last night." I I ,Rev Mr, .John on of the Anniston AN ORDINANCE to be .entitled An : that: all acts, conditions and Ioeased.I to prerent ,the same wi< -.:5 ,

is It now? Don't you think it I is worth "And what made Dawcy follow us?" Ala, district began a series' of meetings'in Ordinance Relating to the Engraving things required to exist, happen and two ((2)) years, to ihQ undersignea t

.3 Presents his Company in your while to enter that race?" J persisted, still unsatisfied < I the' :\f. E. church. on Jan 5 Issuance and .Sale of Improvement: be performed precedent to and in the, the office ot the McDaridlljer "

I "The prize is worth it, Phyllis/\ /* Bald ,[1 .'1 thought it would add a !little to theexcitement which are. -to* continue through two Bonds of the City of Pensacola. issaunce oj?f this bond have exlste 1,I I''j Pensacola Florida,; who nave : of tveeks Florida. happened and be'n! performed in due'lout letter testamentary upon the
I. looking straight Into her Phyl- tbe chase, said Phyllis j }
eyes. I It
I : Mis<= Duffiof of, Birmlnghani, Ala. is time, form and : tate of the said deceasediliam\ !! R.
David under manner as. required bylaw
Harum Its blushed the sweetest rosy red But nestling into the,hollow of my ann/"if WHEREAS ana':' pursuant tol
he wereto viUtraj Mrs F. \Vitherall at The the provisipn of an Act of the Lsgis-i : and< that: this bond: together with I Flowers. John J.. Flowers. Esecu o-s
do you think the conditions are exactly i borrow the machine and : 'fI t
Palms. f all the other tndebtfine of said I November 25th 1905. 25novoaxrNOTICE ,
lature of State of Florida citv
", the app -
A I too
DRAMA WITHOUT FRILLS fair? come : Dop't you think It did?
Mr. Alexander
Register, of Bear 'oved May' 12:!, 1905 entitled. 'An Act I does not exceed any limit prescribed
.. Phyllis eyeitwinklcd.she But it didn't matter'what I thought. head recently Inoved hre and hasgoner is hereby given thai 0 t
An Excellent Company with to Authorize the City of Pensaco'aUi !' by the Conttutlon'or'statutes of said
">;:0." saId "I don't; but, you "If you hadn't been perfectly blindvou'd into partnership with Mr .J. R. issu negotiable bonds for municipal : State or the Charter of said City anl Morgan, .purchaser of Tax Certifirst'I< ;

Harry Brown as "David Harum." know beggars can't be choosers 'have guessed it last night," said i Thompson one of' our best merchant .. purposes and provide for the payS I that the faith! ,and':credit,' of sail City Nos 56, 61. 62. 63. -64. 65 and 66, <1al1:

That settled .It. I would make the she Mr. end Mrs Ivey were outgoing ment thereof! ," and under and pursuant -I and the entire taxable property in sai.l the 2nd .ie;' of November A. D I I'OJ!

Mr. Cahn' will utilize the same production run anyhow. t: .. ... ____. .---,::",_ __--.-' passengers on Friday for their new: to the provisions of an ordinance : City are UP:0PX: .!Irrevocably pledged nas filed said; certificates in m, office.I ,
seen at the Garrlck Theatre InN 'Wilnbp be a booby prize awarded I home in Colorado Springs. Col They ''rdopted bj"\the Mayor and Council of, to the punctual payment of the princ I and has made application for tax
t $w York Cit}'. in giving the play VI asked.Phllh left among a chaos of rice worn the City of Pensacola on July 19 1905, !pal and Interest of this 'bond. to Issue !ia accordance with law' M ) JJ

p her shook her bead. I was seized shoes and the best wishes of the host I. entitled, "An Ordinance to provide fort! WITNESS ? WHEREOF said City.J certificate embrace the followrj 1

: PRICES: 25c 50c 75c, $1.00 and with n bright idea. of friends left behind. 1, the issuance of Bonds of the City of of pensacub has caij) ed this bonJ: to described property situated in ErneI I

r $ .50. "You said yon were going over yourself Mr. J. H. Drummond was an outgoing 'I Pensacola 'Flori 'a, under and by ilr-: be signed by Its Major, City Comp- bla county, Florida tow'it: Lo1 of I-
passengers on Friday's: trip of the tue of Act of the of W. F. Brown't division of E. ', .jf" t
an Legislature : troller and Chairman
of Its Board cf
I ventHred.' "I ought at least to
Seats on Sale Saturday at !'oon.S Tarpon. j j .
the State of Florida, entitled 'An Act Bond Trustees and.th' sei1of E. V4. of S. W i; W.of R. R srcc' a
ure best Seats by procuring them hare a consolation prize. ,Will you Mr.. James Baker ,of Tallahassee I i I' corporate we"I
*" to AuthorIze the City of 'tPensacola .to] aid City to be Vrsto: affixed at.,:: 3, Township 5 north Rang 30
NOW. make the trip with jne was in town a few days last. week. Irsue ,Negotiable l Bonds for Municipal,; tested by Its Cit Clerk and the :I I containing 2 acres North 75 ft of <*
Phylll! looked grave. coming in to the Ivey Baker weeding Purposes and for the : and of lot 5 block 63: ('>" (
provide east
I' ........ paymeat pons hereto attached to bear lithographed -i 16 !4 ,
"I'm fcfra'd! it will look like favoritism [ARROW] Mr. Rajrnond Sheppard is clerkingthis 1 thereof,' approved May 1:,. or engraved<< signatures of saij of Pensacola, S'c. 19, Tp. 2 S. R ** II

," said Phyllis,. "but I guess I can." week in the Ware' Mrchantlle1' 1905 an election was duly called and :Mayor City Comptroller and Chair: :I W. Lot 13 and E. ',4 of lot 1::: old: 1
Co., store in the: abst'n"eot' Mr.
'Thanks." I ald. "With a good mascot held in the several election To '
flupec. Shr.sk precincts I Il of 99. City of Prnsacola, Sec. 19
man Board of Bond Trustees
an ,
I'll stand a better show." Quarter SIe ,wish tIsI.pIs Charles Porter' who is taking a ''n'a.tion -l o! the City of Pensacola .on August i, this bond to be da ed the first day of ''S.. R, 30 W, Lo* 13, block 100 ,'i',

."Am. I A good mascot asked Phyllis. casvs Lace: 2 FOR ACLUETr. on Econflna. 22, 1905 at which election said or-! January A. p.: 1S06. !! of Pcnsacola, Sec. 19, Tp. 2 S R '*
Mr C. H. Casey and H. W. Gwalt-l I '
PCAODY &CO. : dmance and the I issuance of lnprove-I] ; W Lol K, bOCk JOO, City of Pensvcola. I
I Mti.s or LrzrsasS Moaa&ca SaisysCOFELE I r.ey are building a beautiful now ,. raent bonds of the City of Pensacolaas Sec 19 Tp. 2 S., R. 30 W u* 1
I hare betterr
: -
May never a replied .--.". .--..- ;
launch for 3 U M. Ware.
i >Jr : u O'
devo tll. "I'm! willing to take ,, Mr, McKinnej has. moved from the: provided in said ordinance and inj! (City .sair.) : : Major.: : 24. b'ock! MO, Cit of Pensacola See- I
said act of the duly ?
!! Legislature were oJork
i, 19. Tp. 2 b., R 30 W. Lot 10
chances on for a good dea) more
you I V.'are cottage to the Gwaltney! cottage i
than a motor race"Phyllia '" .----=-- --:-- r-- ,f I recently occupied. bj Mr. J. M. Con'way. ".! MS approved bj the by the qualiued majorit of the of totes said; Attest :,.. ..... ... I _: .. .. I 126. City of Pensacola, Sec i 19! Tp t J
voters I S", R. :30: W. The said' land t>' mg i<- I
liked that. Really, I feel as If I. City then residing in said Cm, ana: '. City Comptroller? 6essi: at tOe date of th tiniam: 1f
I were quite clever at timer. Then she who' had taxes .
paid on veal estate or I
I &
; such certificates in the! narct 01
took the wind all out of m' again. MUCH INTEREST IN.GADSDEN personal property to said City for the! .
i M I ()'rvej.
; .Walker, unknown owners. J
." CHURCH REVIVAL MEETINGS! ChairniaflBorjofflondTz'uste :
-rJ1e.ra will decide that. said she i I lear for which taxes were last due i ;
Melsa: :M's A S 0'!>
.. .
I i . I
briefly.If such vote being in favor of the isau-; .O' t t. I ..
Ci'tV Clerk" ham. Francs! Jackson and l afav
Much is being accomplished
good -
ance of said improvement bonds for '
the I fixed that runabout > !
way upfor We tbe Pioneer and Interest shown in tbe (FORM 01 COUPON Hudson Unless! said c!rtlfi:"a ?,1i ail!
the run had anything to do with it are I great re- &ch and, all of the purposes and -? ) ;I I be rs-ieerad according to if\\ tit I
"I felt sure I ought to stand a chance at ]" rival meetings \vhicj are row being; amounts specified! in aol proposed. by Number 52250 9'11 :
Coffee Roasters of i deed will'' thereo" on ni
[ conducted) at the Gadsden :Methodist i I said ordinance of July 19. 1905; .and, The City of Pejftacola. a municipal! "
least I rot 'a repair man to look It !'
:::::- I I !I church' b*- Rev: I*. C Branscoaib Ht \VHEREAS, said Act of the Leisla. corporation of tfle.State. of Florida,, day of January,' A. D 1906.'np
i and then after he was done Iwent West FlorIda.MdHUCHS official and seal 'hit. I lb'
over i is an earnest and up-lo-dat? mInter! ture of May 12, 1905. proUaes among; will pay t a harer'loIl. January 1. July my !
A Word Twoon over: it myself and tapped every and his sermons with frequent 'b'antj;. other. things that the Bond Trusttes; 1, 190... at t the, office of the United 30 day of Drc-nb: ,V P.191I.< /:. *. j
or nut and bolt. As I was coming home I M. McMillan, C'erk! Cir-ult COJP E
'ul Illustrations are s< ul'stirring. The shall recommend to the Council the Stat s Mortgtje and Trust Company,I,I
saw.Joe.Haddon driving down. the river with in I .of in the City 'cambia county! Florid/i B> i L <'' **
I L I BLENDS service i is opened singing : form bonds to b3: Issued and shall aH Stale of New York the
Dinnerware road. L which every one joins and the music .attend to the enraving cf said bend:: urn of'T wen?-two and fiO-100 Dollars mard, D. C. 30:1l'"oaa-a": I IADMINI&TRftTOR'S

:"AIl readyr 1 Jrhirll: _as the clock, I r ,[ is exceptionally good. Every 'ons .i Is as may be provided by ordinance of (J2250)). ill gold rain :qf the United

struck J9,the n It'D1ornlng.nI* In a \, 1 earnestly requested to come to the the City and shall receive said bonds' States! ofmerica of the present NOTICE. I

Patterns moment 'we had started the' >: wentj.' : have noeq al., A trial .. ;\1' meetings at 10 a, m. and 7:30 'p. m an soon as the came are prepared; and'' weight anl fineness belpg six ((6)) Estate of FredJrick R:>nat ie '?ai et. I

t, miles We hustled tfowji the road likea willc6iiyjnceth Membersvwill meet and..give all a xe uted, and shall thereafter have months, interesr'f4uen !MUa on ,its Improvement : Creditors legatees!!. di*lrlba' s SCI'

\Ve of monkey that had :dropped 'JM! tail I. con- j "hearty welconii. Saturday wi'l be:: the care I an.: custody thereof until the! .Bond dated January 1, 190S all persons having cjaltu! : ot uc""ar '

IJ mean. course open-stock I through the.slot'and twiated It"around : nolsseur that .I I i chlldrens ..&)'. the servIces being at 10 :' the. same are sold and shall! receive numbered, against t said estate are reqj'....'ed'*

f patterns-the kind you can get match- a trolley cable.'a : we a.. m and control all moneys arIsing! from I .t." '. .. '" .. : present the same to me within ..I> %'
I tbe pale of eaid bonds and faithfully : M'a'c;: years from this, date.
for at time without trouble The cool November wind sent a greatI make no extravagant :. "
ings any I color up into Phyllis''' cheek, and a I Stomach Troubles:: and Constipation.. i apply the gam. as may: be directed by .-".. .,. .,1." ,.O' ',' . . .. P. H WHALEV. Admmi 'aff.!!.
:delay. On demand in fact. I I resolution or ordinance of the Council '
or luxuriant golden lock fell. loose andswept claims. I "Chamorrlains Stomach and Liver, CUr Comptroller. January 13, 1906. 13JanrJ"

CJ J There are many manufacturers andmany |- across her cheek. I was makingup Tablets are the bes thing for stomaea.: solely for the purpose! for, which! ,. ., .. .II",,. . . . '
: troubles and constipation I hate ever Said bonds WEre authorized, and. Chairman! Bonrd of lIon Trustees: e-tC5 : : 'l-l-.U'U'fi't
-hundreds of them. had had not l lout I.
for an.time.\\"e or ,
r patterns Wholesale and RetailGROCERS : sold." says J. R. Cullman. a druggls' WHEREAS the City Council as Sec. 3. That the Board of Bond .
CJ J To select from this vast array. thebest I and I wondered If she wasn't a bit of Pott?rv"le, Mich. They are easy provided\ in said( Act of May 1%. 1905, Trustee* (\ftb..tUy. ol :Pensacola :;,,io TERSELY! TOLD *

in quality and the choicest in ornamentation nervous at the harebrained pace.<< to take ani always give satisfaction: has duly ejected as a Bsaru' of BondTruste's soon as' practicable! after .ths as BUSINESS LOCALS. *
and secure the absolute control I "Too fast... Phyllis" I questioned."Just i I tell my customers to try them and itt three ((3)) duly qualified' this! 'ordin nte shall advertise ,, t
a little," she replied.I I voters of the City who own real estate ,, ...ltoH-Vrffl ""H
back sal
_ of them (for this vicinity has been satisfaitory to com: and get ? the said Th-ee Hundred Thousand -
< there'n.! ..Iuch'Board of Bond --
1 pulled the l lever o1 f'"n"nothe ot'h.j j their: money, but have never had a Dollar, (300,000)) of
and all kinds of .Feed bonia num wboIesH
hobby. Trustees being composed of the following MrKinzle: Oertlng fe Co., 1
our and we could actually feel the I complaint. For saJe- b> all druggists. hers lc13oli; 'I
i CJ J Thai's why we sell so much dinnerware take a freskjurap forward. inca. to wit: L. Hilton Gren. bonds 1. abovementioned:! said and retan ship cba d.'eu and froce:*

-we\e got the cream'ol it. both rhTllls clutched at my arm Stuffs. II KILLS RATS J_,M Pfeiffer and W, K. Hjer. Jr., followIng being, 'tftwif1st. tor Ihe. ,eyeral purposes the only fl-st-class houia cf tae i sj :
hich said Trustees have duly Pensacola. Fair fee!* to all
foreign and domestic, right here in this "Oh!" sht cried with a terrified little I Stearns' Electric Paste Drives*- 'Em fed! bv givIng bonds and taking quali-oaths i For lh! purpc of ConstructIng in
look elsewhere but scream "I meant to go slower." j Out cf the House to Die. or providing a srll.em"of II
T People has Just Bffresh
shoP. may ot office and otherwise' as prescribed sewerage C. V THOMPSON op ,
they finally wind up here to buy. "('an't do'It.," I replied. grimly. Pluto Water I Drive rats out of the house jo- die.Don't o. ': b: said ordinance' of July 19. 1905,{ and drainage! One Hundred and Fifty I line of beautiful box papt,
"There's too much at stake on this, : ; let them die in the house : Thousand .Col'ars ( A!si
W30,000) of
"Don't need a new service? The and tb) other ordinances of this Cityi ? ) bond.suitable far Christmas presents
Cj J you but feed them Stearns' Electric Rat' :!nd. 'For
_ the race. I :; and the laws of this State and said the. pnrpoa of paving and crepe papers. Passepartout dfar
open-stock plan makes easy. Phyllis looked at ne from the tall of I It I* and Roach Paste and the peculiar Board of Bond Trustees has recommended otherwise iloproring the 'streets and binding purses Christmaj card, e.t'

.t her. eye. .1 Wholesale and Rc'tail.I chemical in the Paste ,,i'l qeate'aburning to this Council that the formof public wav, of lbs City. Fifty Thousand 19dec,

"If we hare a spill we'll be halt sensation' so that the rats', said bonds shall be such as is hereinafter -' Do'Iars! .lISO,000)'of) bonds
I mice and cockroaches' who -eat'it will provided In Section 2 hereof 3rd. For titq purpose of F & A. *'
killed. she pouted. ,' purchasing Escambia. Lodge. No. 15
1 / "I'd hare demonstrated my good New .Orl ans Grocery Co. I II I rush outside of the house in, search. NOW. THEREFORE, : a site and :constructing. providing a I Resu'ar communclatjon of E,-:" z I.
I of water and will be seen no more BE IT ORDAINED bt' the !'City Hall building ., w
I faith any bow. t retorted. "You'd know I :. Mayor 'Untf.ftve Thous- Lodge No 15. F & A. M. WI .f'j)
SOUTH PAUAFOX STRCfTTPENSACOLA : Sold everywhere or sent express prepaid Council of the City of Pensacola i! ant Dollar ffil.00 I
107: I'd done my best!* and : ( of bonds. Monday evening! January! U <- ?.
i on receipt of price. Stt>arn -'!I Section 1. That the Board of1: 4th. for the purpose of Ira "=::&.
purchasinga Visiting brethren
The-runabmrt hit a stone that lay at | o'clock
# I the side of the road and I'm certain' i I Jas. McHugh; Electric Pa@teCn..ChlC'ago.m.Smalt :Pond Trustees of the City of Pen a-i! site n4\' tan$lrWtlnff-( providing invited. ,.
_ ., 11 I'size. 23 cents; hotel size eight limes, cola be and it i Is hereby authorize' ::l& Police Station'and( Jail Building I C D BE\EK tt *
tie front. wheel traveled fifty feet be1' I
Phone 105. ,Proprietor. I
the .
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JATHERI :Fo od F \

RaiIwayMajClerk Will Be Put on the .CREOLE TEA ,

Morning Train Between Pensacolaand .." must bs properlydigested and assimilated- to be'of lay '
: safest and best to cure ...
is the SUTTON
N value to you otherwise It'Is a' source of harm'instead I
all -
l' of good. '
Floi atoii. TROUBLES. ;i; ., I ."- If not 'iligested Tt 'f rme fs and -decays, "causing' \ .'

Oc Tablets J 25c... sour stomach "heart burn,? nausea, headache. flatul--
Herbs I
1 .ence,. bad breath 1 ..other. discomfort-, : .. .. ._ ,
Through "
I the. efforta of The Journal I,tions and perform all ',service with but ; ::,;
and the '' All Druiiisti: sel1ILManotadured Passionist
local postofflce an order has!little delay. j Missionary cussed ;

t >1>esn: issued by the general s.up rintel-I! I r The .chief ,advantage.,-however, will by 3 I' \
special l. dent of Railway Mail Service authorIzing -' I Svhject'Ahtyat St, Joseph'slast -' :
prices put r accrue to the people along the* lineall; I .1,
regular prices in the additional railway postoftji*T'\\,, of whom will be served by'this early E. R. Berry!tan. Co$%Louis 1 1I I I II DyspKpdol: I'
the :.ice with a regular mail 'clerk on the:::'mail. The Journal has been at work 1I I'I 'Night t.'. i .

background.Our : U & N. -railroad between Pensacola! j. on this'matter for some time and every I GLARANTEED : H.. .. . Cure. '; : '
I and Flomaton on the Mobile train r.patron of the mail service between : : . . "* 1,
special prices at which leaves Pensacola at 7:15-. tn.j -. -I; Th' question "Is There .a Hell?" *
Pensacola and Flomaton will be gladto ,
'compels fool
proper digestion of the food and the
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and ;fas emphatically answered at
sale are won j turns at 7 !>. m i know that its efforts have been -'-
this January j sue- = Joseph's church in the affirmative: by nutriment .through the felood Into all partsot the body.
i and This wit! give the Pensacola public I cessful. The. Latest Fad. 'j Rev. Xavier Sutton in the vlecture to: The tissues are thus built jiip and every organ is restored I

ders.Look i business interests'a a very much improved i The. new service will go Into effect BEAUTIFUL COLLARS non-Catholics last evening. His argu-' to .health'and ngth and put in perfect condi- ;
at our Underwear ,' service not only for ordinary 'some time this month. iu t.he'most exqulsits designs, for i mentwas based upOn the testimonyof Uon. : : .::

There should not j 1 and but also registered mails local to the line,1 I The Journal is also busily at workon La4ies<} find Misses' from .lOc to the biblical writers on the subject Diseaseis -driven out .to.stay: .out-the cause is 're
specials. ia expediting registered matter -! th matter of moved. .
establishing; additional $1.69, each and. was clear-cut and convincing. He ,, I
hitch itch pull rub which has heretofore b n'subject j jI free delivery routes in the .
be a t county quoted extensively' from ,the utterances ,
in the j to a delay of 24 hours when the 4 p.j jj I and it will probably not be long until Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery,. of Christ and'of the holy apostles '

bind or prinkle m. tra'n' msses corinection! at Floma-! the northern part of the county willi No. 11 El'fntendencla: St.ttre.1. in which the existence of hell Is Planlersville! Miss. '.

proper underwear. i ton four, which usually occurs from two to,I Ii i I have at least two routes. Others will declared.Ve have the testimony of I have prescribed Kodol quite often in practice, 1--

| days of each week. ,. follow as 'coon as The Journal 'can Christ the Son of God," Father Sutton and have found it a-very efficient remedy for- ,all '{
20 per cent off on all i A railway mail clerk on the Mobile I procure the necessary petitions to said, "and opposed to it is the :
winter Underwear duringour [ train will"now take up these connec I. present to. the postoffice department. wortf of discredited men who go from stomachallDients', -It, has always given the best of __ .
I FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. place to place declaring the non-ex- results J. T. MAY, M.D., ,
sale that lasts until Pensacola, Fla.INTUST.. I listener f of such a place as hell is described -

January 27th. SUIT COMPROMISED I,I, to be, for the' purpose of getiting KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT. .
from the credulous

I ICTAHDARDfEorainG8 r Father money Sutton said many men oom- Dollar bottle'holds 2 iiikes the Prepared at 'e.Lab-

NO QU UORUM.WAS U fcrt themselves with the delusion that timl'tl as lIIueh as the Stomach I ora or7 of E.C.DeW U' '

: / l FOR THE: SUM Or $5,000 God of his is'too creatures merciful to to everlasting condemn any tor- trial or 50 rent size :Sweet &Co.CbieagoU.5.A.- '

UTHIESEnV5BUHJITERSELY ...u';. ment. They say that the' idea that I .
) .
God will punish eternally, men who

:I i That of Mrs. Ella M. Stoecklnger Against the Street Railway Company [ mnt have committed of"time is sin too cruel in a .single for belief rno-; -

Was Settled for this Amount that the penalty would be out of all "The 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendarwill be sent freeim 1'
Yesterday, j proportion to the offense; H> gave
TOLD. and Case Dismissed. I many instances in which to plainly I receipt of 2 cents in postage by addressing E. C. DeWitt G Co, Chicago '

I .NIGHT show that the question of time does .

B.V Robinson of 17 East Jack- .. not enter into the the matter at guide all. the'to h............... .;.e..........................." 'It
*>'D ii'eei 1, has been confined to }his crime itself being only -

horn for several days by illness.! I MANY WITNESSES.. HAD :THE RIDE OF .. the! measure describe.of( punishment.very, graphically The lecturer the i Side Board Adds A Finish. j i :
Mrs. Nobles of No. 4 South, IA
M> and BEEN-I : great suffering' endured by:; the lost
[DeVill'c! treet are. the parents: of a l L SUMMONED- APPEAR, I At the Called! -Meeting of the City scul. "We cannot un&'erstand." said

f.ne IHv..bu arrived at their home I 1- SETTLEMENT WAS, REACHED UOURSOLDIERS he. '"the manner in which the spirit | To! The Dining Room Furnishings 1.
Council and Adjournment
recently neverdyingflame
I ,. will be devoured by a i \ .
Mrs. Max Edt ,.tein, of New Orleans BEFORE. ANY 'OF THEM WERE but -we have the assurance of and. indeed,,. ,a.practical necessity in a welj-appointed home. .
,* (wing pleasantly entertained at b INCIDENT AS WRilTTEN -BY ONE Was Taken,. the holy' scriptures that that will be T V, We have a 1ar e.nllmber of very handomeones! of goldfcn//
WarrinRton as the guest of Mrs. A. CALLED TO TESTIFY. -I the cate. But above all other torturer. oak, fine plate mirrors: beautifully finished in every"w'as, 'f;
wIll be the everlasting feeling of regret .
at from
Hlr "hkO\.ltz. OF THE FOUR MEN WHO ''at t
present the City
No'quorum was that'through wilful disobedience
Postmaster" I* Wisejogel of Marian- WERE_ RESCUED. Council t night and an adjournmentwas |th SOUl has brought upon itself the $15.00 :to 65.00 i:
na. who has been In the city for several The case of E'la M. Stoeckinger taken until' Mnday'afternoon\ at wrath of an outraged God with whom '
dars in attendance upon the United against the Pensacola Terminal Company 3 o'clock. -' reconciliation becomes forever im t It you don't want'to' 'pay cash down for it, lQU'CI.D If jt,

Stat' s <,court will leave this morning for damages for the death of her The meetingwascalied 'for"the purpose possible." NOW ANP,.RAY LATER.MARSTON :
foi ais- home. late h'jsbandGeo.":id. Stoecklnger,whrt Fort McRae, Fla., Jan. 1*. 1906.It .. of considering thc bond, matter, He spok impressively "of the sentences & UY"1;

of Bainbridge Ga., was killed about a year ago by one otj,j was Tuesday afternoon when I and there were some' very .Important: that will, be uttered by our i QUINA ,
J. J. Spooner. the com pa ny's',street cars was before four soldiers in blue launched our I questions to.be. considered, but the Savior when a 'soul has come beforeit
Co. of this city, '
juroident in of Pensacola Atisley & for,several daysl the circuit court yesterday morning. 1 1 I little ship and thought we would see aldermen. failed to appear,, and .consequently Maker to render an 'account of ; 108/110 S. PaW x St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.
ua.been) ) 1 The attorneys, J. E" Wolfe and R. ,P.1 ,' the meeting was adjourned life-if misspentthat terrible, sentence ,
Thi> i is his first visit here and he, is Reese for the plaintiff and Blount & what she couio- do.. The wind, was l until Monday afternoon at .the above "Depart from me. .ye cursed' t... ............ ................ ..............J

srcatl} impressed with the Deep Blount for the defendant announced wild and somewhat chilly it is true, hour. f I IT,'. > I into everlastin'g fire," if.'a life spentirt j -- -- -.---.-:;:....
ter City. va-1 ready for .trial but before proc EJing!( ,but Oh how our little bark o'er the i The bond question is n<*w being put the following of the commandments; il **
Si. Andrews Buoy; Dell Johnson.former I to the trial and examination-of a great dep blue waters flew: And when the into good shape and it,is expected of God even through endurance ot

ctlUen; or St. Andrew who number of witnesses who had been mhistlin1,; bouy we dldspy: ;>all so very that the meeting Monday: .aft rnoon suffering; the sentence that brings' ;"l
made his home in Pensacola for two summoned in the case the attorneys jolly; to pass it we would try but will do I much, towards advancing the the soul ,into everlasting happinesswith REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO I

Ul Three years has returned here with for the company and the plaintiff.held when around" the buoy; home was work. God. "Come ye blessed "of my

ais: family and they are established ini& a conference and compromise by the/not so asy to decide because the Father, for yours, is the Kingdom of*, ;*a 11 N. Palafox Street. |
late residence of Urias Clapper \inft'esi Terminal Company agreeing to pay;Wind had left us and Oh such a fearful Chamberlain's. 'Cough Remedy the j Heaven, that is prepared for you/ ;

End. $ ,ooo an-1 costs was 'effected j I I tide. ., Best Made. I J JHe also gave a number beautiful. illustrations i BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHES. |
which has I Although, .we wer -not-sailors, we [ explanatory ,of .the JQot iWe
: ot case
whose lectures Thl,. disposes a : Chamberlain's" Corigh
Father Xavier Sutton .' } :In my opinion j which means time obliterated .. ., ,
bound-to'have that but j eternity
upon the doctrines of the Catholir created a great deal of public. Interest .''when were the Caucus came-steaming ride; by [ Remedy is the best 1tnad'e for Scolds/: and close with'an earnest appealto z have just received a- full line ot'aamples for SPRING AND 4c {i,
ohurch have caused such great in-] since the sad death of Mr.\ Stoeckinger the captain cried "where says Mrs. Cora Walker of Pot'terville.' the congregation to repent while SUMMER SUITS. 3j

[trest will preach at the 10 o'clock who was a very popular man ing boys.and we.replied are, "JusC you -g0-out California. There Is'- no .doubt about there is yet time. We extend a cordial invitation our friends to call and examine ,; j 'i
and because of the fact that this No othr will 3fc
mass Sunday morning upon "The Holy to. .its being the best., cure .
'for.6. '
little ride but when his line sam !
Eucharist: His subject tonight isIndulgencs was the first person to have been killed !-,, he to; It tied | a cold so quickly. No other is so.rare j! 1 Gentlemen's, pressing Club. Dues 11.50 to $%.50. ,
tossea1! us we quickly ,
: and the last lecture of"I I by the street car company since it and when shestarted, borne-ward 'we a preve ntiv> of pneumonia... No otheris The Impadrnf Reporter. i i; a E. L. REESE.
the series will be delivered Sunday has been in operation is under all sat back withpride. so pleasant'and.safe to take. These In'the year 1874 the Marquis of.Duf if J. MENDEL

night upon Why I am a Catholic" stood that the Street Railway Company'I We were not :he least bit fright lf are good reasons why-it should be.pr&r- >rin and Ava, then the governor xen-i H t-- K"1$. 'iI 'i

Protestants are particularly invited. was charged with negligence in not ed; you know this is -true, because'we I.I.I ferred W any other. Th&.. !aqt: is that I eral of Canada, visited Chicago. Concerning -- ,-- --
having a fender attached to the car few pfopla are satisfiel with any other that visit he has written: "Tb
"\Vhate,t>r is is right"-if it is not were wearing our Uncle's suits of RINGC.L.McVOY
reasoning.!and I gates on either side of- the platform -of blue. i iI after having once used this remedy. day following my arrival I spent in bed The Best MaterialsFOR
and. the
wrong! by same ist I where Mr''St ec'klnger was tad-,I But thank very kindly captain, Fdr sale by all druggists. with a very bad nervous headache, a Phone SOt Tab advantage of Meats 'belntj
vhatem Is it you .
is not wrong-unless I cheap. Western 1IJMI/'t.lty.De-
the BEERS. meats a !
ring at the time he fell from car. THE BEST OF ALL
announced to pub-
rigor Advertising that is-that exists. and we will sure remember you. tact wtyich! was the livered t8 any part of the city.
I, It is understood also 'that the company,I F. DeMONBRUN, lic in the morning by a sensational par- We have already touched upon ...
merely hope, plan, but ,
fbi! as a or that Mr. Stoeckinger. oc- H.rdVo 1. For Horse."I which' is partly responsible .
;: a
contended --
j superior equipment -- -- -- -- -- --
I Hosp. Corps., U. S. agraph in all the papers.to the following
in action-is right in almost every in-!i cupying: a dangerous position on the] _____ don't want a particularly strong for the superiority of American -
effectv'HIs\ royal,! nibs {down with '.
dan& .
while advertising that is not-
relieved them from liability hone," said customer at Queen Beer, The other factor in
| platform : YOUNG MAN CAUSED a prospective
ent forIn fact, all
colic! Doctor 1
thai remains a plan hope-is almost a :
or and probably this fact bad some influence TROUBLE i a horse; mart. "He will have' nothing [ 1 its merits is the stering quality of materials r..t ,
FOR HIMSELFA the time I at Chicago the papers
always wrong. was the best '
in the settlement of the case. used. We buonly
hotel the
to do but travel from my' j i ele the :
]I teemed with similar :an( t'8. malt. It undergoes
THERE'S ONLY ONE WAY TO A tiDr IN ONE DAY young' man, who gave his name > railway station five or six times a day 1 concluding leading article in the leadIng grade of of cleansing
CURE mechanical
GIVE dl TO as :John Snyder and who is evidently to meet ruins. The distance is less Old a process
< Berts the famous "Blue Ribbon LAXATIVE; BROMO Quinine journal beingjieaded 'Goodby,: it particle of
Take which frees from every
Flavor Ak for Blue Ribbon Tablets.. Druggists refund money if it a stranger in the city, caused hImself than' a mile Dufferin.! Anptb r paper devoted two, dust or foreign matter, and at the i. Flavored
Lemon or Vanilla and say it plain. fails to cure. E. W, GROVE'S signature a lot of trouble and humiliation *You need the strongest horse yon I of it* columns to a description of an Interview same time it is weighed in proportionto
.last night, and incidentally considerable can get for,that sort of work," replied! ,
its that thereis
Is on each box.25c. .betweenone, of the other properties so I I
Si ,.. "but CunfufciaK. 1[ excitement, by his conduct oa theexpert.. -"The cab horse lar Florida
average myself, In which! I was described always ,maintained an even, accurate -
.\ crrtaiu member of the house ot10r.l" Zarragossa street. II j r '
= eY01"k- has an time of It in i
if serv'eWHITE easy
It will please your guests you He entered one of the houses of ill-: as sitting in a silk'dressing gown( suck- relative measure.
whm traveling iu Ireland took a ROCK WATER .1 I repute, near th? corner of JPalafox: and!. comparison with the unfortunate beast Inc sugar: and'water through a, straw The Hops used are really imported .
fancy to a hindsonte 'onnaught lad .1I 'II that has to hack for a village hotel. are raised in :
to interlocutor from Bayaria. Hops.,
I Zarra'iossa' : streets, and within ft short while communicated my
and engaged him' as foutinan. !I Nothing tell npou a horses condition addressed 'old America, but not the grade'necessary 1 '
Follorrrd ilie Fa.hJon.. }time! thereafter "all kinds of noise: i --:whom Ialways as --CANE STROP-
"O'Drieu," said his lordship to the I more than 'jplng to and from'' the station ) of American Queen
The little daughter of a fashionable touli' be' heard i issuing th refroIn. A1; fellow -various" state secrets ,and a to Jhe high! quality 1 ,
ww servant one uiurning. "see if your bear moment later the crashing of glass!I even though the distance!! : small. mlnatw detail of iny private1 affairs, Beer. We use only the best which"the! I
BUMres i is 'at home' today." mother i is accustoiaetj-that t have: "great antI shrill founds""Cf'a police distress j, j "?In,.the first 'pl..e. the 'harness Is I though, it is needless to say, the authorof world's finest Hop raising section pro' :
the ('OmeIn"
That her ladvahip Is. your lordship" deal about things rail were heard. Officer Hail responded -'generally! thrown on the narrative hall pever: beea withina duces.: I I J
w*'i the ready reply of the unsopbisti- or "pone out" .of .ft 'lettE'r' a and as he did so the young aianj 'nl he I Is rattled off In hIm.cureleSSlY'I' hundred ya'rJs.of me." Keep this brand In'your' home. andgive New Process
':iM. youth "Sure. Ol jist saw her visit to Sunday school( fbe attempted b burst through the door and ran' south I Ito train! !is! late, as It !: it a thorough trial.
repeat to her younger brother some orthp. ")Iain street cl.'Jsghfol1IIell by! I. :
ladyship: : go into the dhrawing room." I to stand around in an overheated con Steam Evaporated
performed by"our Lord. wbC after 'llverjchae Original Laxative Cough Syrupis
"You misunderstand O' rlt'n." miracles :itha officer. : a irlitlon. When the passing trains do | The
me. lie was a most attentive listener, and succeeded In -cver 1l1ng: the Ceeinjinian. 1 Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
slut 1 his lordship him half out of his wits. I
stiffly. "Go ainj ak nit frighten l Ii
when she had, finished : : lIe was locked up in jail.: j II It expels all cold from the system by
four mistress, If she is -at home' today." I he is t'eset by nif>" In many ways his | the bowels. ,
"00 believe ti>.at. sister? r I A Coffee acting as a cathartic on
fm'Sure, now?' muttered the puzzled Thy you of course I Hleve. it, Jaoiy. i error's work i is not only unpleasant, but Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Is Ii' GUARANTEED j jit
tman as he oheye.I.'SIt'<< his lordship 8b !'lut(>!injurious. 4"The a certain safe and harmless curs for
aiD quare! Why. Oi saw her ladyship It is true. DageriaDoIayKIDNEY i i horse Is a nervous animal. It Experiment. colds croup 'and whooping cough.. ABSOLUTELY
tn'tl1iUS could really: ,
*-th my own eyes! And now Ol've got -I ,didn't i U vrenr.nnd tear upon his nervous system -
task her that same, and she's in the I happen like that." 1 1I not Tronic that destroys bU useful- bo,iM> all th> toliue.:' I Oh, they djn't; now,? she repliNi in DISEASES ARE TOO DAN-' IusIf'a horse had Any choice in the A Princeton mJD tells of t.conversa :

Then thrusting his he.nl 'into the j a superior tone. 'All that soyt of thins: I matter he .wonld rthhaul, nn omnibus I and note th'bettt feelings' tion that took place-between tbe coach I. "

fcoiue. my lady?" j out of style." 'jjajtvl'itetl.J I : TO NEGLECT._ : j jj >the>. shafts', of 'a village hack.?*Xew ; ers. An important gave was eooo to Crown Brand"THE i

'N'". 0'Briton; not today? replied his |, Upon one occasion, she 1 1f .... I II York Press.! ... J b* played, and the coach wa of course :
ttiMrw. and th. footman retired slow- !I several stores with bej mother": during.\!I |I i iI moAt anxius that every pUycr'atMukibe : tt
I hin utter bP\\'iJdt> j f the. autumn mijlin ry opcnlcs : I ---r---- I in the best physical ooaAUian. But
rDlf"nt. I I The great danger of kidney trouble"- :
"Well | they wore returning: home tfcpy! passed I How nl.. ...il ni..*.......d. Pae- of 'the in.n' -
wflir exclaimed nonplused i in is that they get- a firm hold before the to his great disgust
rat "Where does she think she il, a market' with Its wares displayed |( sufferer reon2s; : th'"J1. Health !s j I Here 11It !story of Disraeli the an- is tbe''beerage.Nick's upon whom a great deal depended if ii i

!TeNr soul? sure, it'll mad *he is. and i I the Tri'ndow. 'look. | gradually undermindal.: Backache: : 1 I thcrity .quoted for it in the diary of : tht'great game was to be won jieeroed Florida Syrup Mills.
1 "011. mimmar; she cried Sir M. E. Grant Duff being Sir Thomas
">" masier too. More's( the llty-! I : i t headache. nervousness, lamene&s, soreness ; -I # to be in -bad form." Taking him.aside
I.olldon Mnil. quick! Turkeys are ('OmIDJ: 'In style" lumbago, urinary troubles, drop-,!I SandersonA' : the coach bad the fellow-tug "heart to':I i Broadview Growing Station n.j

again. The windows are full of them. :i': sy, diabetes and BI;hl'3 disease: fol--i i. : famous diplomatist once went to Buffet 'and f, heart talk''' with the recalcitrant:

-Xew York Time |'lown! ntrclless: succf sion. Don't: !Ni Lord Pcacousfield, conversed w-Jtl1l **S:M here, ;you're not looking so good.
MRS. MARY GREGOVICH. neglect your kidneys. Cure the kldnsys -,i him and found him very agreeable.J309n I| Muscles flabby and wind bad-awfully I: Quart Bottle, 25C t

Of --; i One of His LbIUtlu, with the certain and. safe r.inieJy, \ ;after the waiter who had ::shown' .' Restaurant bad. What' the'.matter? Been drink : 1-2 gal. Cans, 40C|
Philipsburg Montana, Tells How a certain : Doan's Kidney Pil's: hl'd' '
During a recent financial panic i up came and asked him for a : ,I.
She Was Cured of Dandruff. I city magnate like! many others ] Mrs. F. R .\'bert". living at 803:: East present; i .' ;;! ," ing anything" | Gal. Cans, 75c i
\11" Marv Gregovich, of Philius', estate | Belmont street, : "My: mother : Is' 'i e nlr..D1a 'of its "Not a drop. I.
his i real says !
found one nIght: that ; "But why? .
t' "Then must be smoking.
5 Montana under date of Nor. 26;: and has used several boxes of Dean's Kidney I .IJn'ctfn Pensacola in fact you t
'W: ; was unsalable! his firm bankrupt "Don't you remember? was the an:: -
writ os' -I had typhoid fever this' : expended Pills 'whIch she procured at Sit!.,j : Itis Haven't touched a pipe dgar.or cigarette :
< ''Uffifi his money locked up In a swer."I showed you up to Lord Beacorisfield. I
losing i eince .training began.
consequently was jnyj I be walked I I npy !(Kahn's drug! 'store, corner of Ro- I .
:s: ''I'rriOIand mht'ad in places bank. In deepest fieppondenry 1 "Studying?" SALE ONLY BYI
mana and Palafox streets.! She values r i FOR iIi
: prruvtlv bald. Newbro's Herpi- slawly home arid greeted the companion .- I them very hijhly. She has suffered -I \at oT that: ?" said the other. :| A Pride tp' "Well, ven-ft! little." ,

'' uai; ju u. come into use in Philiparfc -,' of his joys and sorrow severely from= her kidneys and .back "Oh. air. after yon bad gone be did i Whereupon the coach gave vent to a
: and I I years. Doan's Kidney Pills youhe | snort of disgust -See here you've got I
tifond< d (11 i to me. After 3 ort appli-I bank Sos the firm/ I've lost my relieved: her of the backache and made I wast. .hamt'"' I Pensacola .. : t, j to atop that! Do you want, to lose the Sol Cahn & COli f fTh

JKtons! my hair stopped Tallin1; om.! money and lay bousa and .everything: her kidneys stronger and better in; I ; 'game?*-Harper's Weeklr. -

t"!*'ts coaling:: i in again quite thick. I i i I everything." 'j jI every way than thsy have been for!: To draw thje fire out of a burn heal! : Larger cities i i : cannot Pur Feed Star.t .,
: L'k..1!ff of which I am now quite cured. I she cast herself upon bU breast j j"not j For sale by aUI\ aler8. Price SO I boils sores t?tter. eczema and all skin place. The service Is the as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These I f Southwest Crer Palates' Hi ,lntMdencU. f

Fot(the dandruff germ with Herpicide. 'everything Yoit'baven't lost me." 'cents., ForstiT-MIIburn: BUffalo| and scalp diseases! use Do Witt's.Witch best that can be had.. Famous Little Pills are so mild 'and ,

ue! by W. A. D'AlemberteAssist South!I That's so. arJ-t filled the uufeel- I New York, sole agents for thE: United Hazel Salve.A specific! for! piles. Get effective that children delicate ladies I: Phonesr )J178 .i. I..
; ; and "apothecary. 121 their cl Ie anging
i enjoy
supposed States. and weak people
: I remedy :
| I never V the genuine No causes such .
8at ins brute "that so. 't
; >x at ti't't't. or send lOc in stamps I ; Remember- the nam' -Doan's and DeWitfs I effect, while strong people say they are ,
l would disap speedy relief. Ask for -thegenuine. Nick t
t:**"tuple. Mich to The lIerpicide. Co., De-I Jt'ar.-I..ondftn that any o the Tim liablljiles"(: "*: j i I"take np!! Dbcr.f : : Apostle, PropVriff the best liver pills sold. Never gripe.. .t..t4It4 e'OIJ1 ;(.

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I lantic City, sixty-four milis. A vana-j. r' -
f r'a, They.Xigbt a.e Dee t This ,U one.reason-way Ayer:s Cherry
tion from this is the decision of the :
iOJe Jtulalola Alton..Company to use p.olineznotor*: & OQ4 storyjli told of two yoanj j.I It Q' S Pectoral It so'valuable. In consumption. :

: utna1 : cars for handling its interurban traffic!| Englishmen traveling l In Europe. .They I, U'l e ts It stops the wear and tear of useless f

on certain lines la Illinois., ElAe-t< had never ib/nvagoly'mbsteredaflT.of + coughing. But it does more-It con- fI

where in ihe east and>ve8t ths.:team .the languages commonly spoken on.the f AfViffAvA trols the Infltmmation, quiets the fever, I

; ; D : j railroad companies, are taking thel) Continent and were particularly! wets TJjP V fj7/LJfI soothes;heals. '! _l.pur doctor about it.
.. i1y. W tddy. Sunday same interest in trolleys, all moved I to: ,their FreneiLknowing that language_ CW V/ltVf wtkmMM i y tk*fwv. u tf PUBLISHED EVERY b:> considerations of competition well enough bylgbt: ',but not having a .
MONDAY/ or expediency. 'Trolley competition -f
economy speaking it
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i ia'l : for local !traffic,and, in some! Finding in small French I, -
themselves a
I, t ,cases, for long, hauls has', become a' : : -
\ town desirousof t
: THE I of, gravity to the steam Hns,| one evening. they: were. 1 "
JOURNAL COMPANY. ; j obtaining of coffee. No. 5603. tI
; agood cup I toaaera Cam Hn Ca.
and there Is little5wonoer, that they! H.- L. COVINGTON President M. CLARK, Cuhl.r. I aims MasTjul
Knowing and that
l are taking steps to,hold their own. that cafe was coffee C. W. LAMAR Vlie-Presldent JNO. PfEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.'
RAE L. MATES lalt wat milk.-they; endeavored to call
AND Cmmax
i 1 for a-judicious mixture of the two. but NATIONAL ---

-10' their articulation was of so remarkable THE AMERICAN BANK I For Expert Watch Repairing

1 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. FIGHTING' BOB EVANS. *! an order ,that they succeeded,'only In' .
1 I:pg. : -T *! getting the coffee. Cafe""an'late they OF PENSACOLA FLA. ,Engraving, go to

;- 1' SUBSCRIPTION & Memphis, CommerciaJ-Apptal.,. tried ,withoijt success. Then du !lay-It DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OK UNITED STATES
r : was attempted"nnavallingly. The sjig-: Jeweler
I $40,000
One Year...... .rv4' ",; i** gestIon, Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, .
4 ....,..$S 00 c-- that lalt might: be pronounced: -
Oo. ........ '
__... 44 : 2l3Soizth
CXRElcTOR.8Renr Palafox
Six ?
Months...._. a 50 "light" was In y&to. : : Street.
adopted equally
- I I ODe Weak........... 16 -
: -
Three Month. Quite recently1. In fact.iust. before he 8, :. Foshoe.
... 1 aFapm Finally
l in despair one of the struggling Covlngtoa
-3 The Latest
Weekly Bdittaa. 00 Designs in
yttr.ll $ I i tried to ram a pier off the territory of A. JL Aery.W. .. Watchesand
youths exclaimed J. a 1. Pfdffer.t
: on Sal* at all News Staada, the United States and stove in the : H. Milton, Jr..
I "Well Irs mighty queer we ,don'tknow Bryan Ounwodr, Jewelry.
sides of the Kentucky America's great- O.;,EL! Maura,

.: THE est admiraf, Robley D. Evans was enough to get a little- drop of I ImUk. Frank 'l illy, W. L. ,Cawtaoa, .
. L ONLY "-
-. :{1i PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER IR MWHIQfl A D8TAH.EO 'quoted as follows, : W. S. Roaaico a A. O'Neal. 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO -
CIRCULATION \: "Do you want mllkr asked the T. F. McGourin.. Dr.'W. J. Hannai. JAPAN
"CAN BE,SECURED, t I The navy Is.only begun. We should. Under superior tnantgement +
waitress, her mouth for the V. S- B-awner, McKenzie Oertlsg. .
1 I believe, have a navy large enoughto opening I ad1'antag.5 Full Tour. Around t,'. Wor4
first time. C. 'V. L mar. Alex McGowln, DDua1 Oriental nuM, Feb. 8. honlnur.
Office* .-10S aai 110.But: Oorer&meat Btzmt meet any possible combination of. "Y-yes" stammered the travelers j J. R Saunders. C.,M. Covington.: \0 :So Free
ri L- mPacE!: powers against us.Ve need a navyso FRANK C. CLARK,96 Bway, New
I I York
No.3&.1 large that we will never .use it in overwhelmed with surprise. I Accounts of Banks, individuals, Corporations! and Firms SoilctedL
--. actual war. I "Then why dIdn't.rou say 'so at 1
Four p'r cent. Interest paid on Deposits.W1I -
I PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY Our navy at present is not large first7"! queried the girl as she flounced i r [ 5E
ii 1\IOR. ING. JANUARY 13. 1906 I enough to meet one of the first-class off.And VVC> :

powers. That is my personal opinion. again the men didn't . .
u young -;- --; ;--0; = ;--; -:-:;' --'- AU kinds that
lt : evidenced by the following which appeared Of course it is for the people of this know.-London,Tit-Bits.; : -: I you want.

In country to say how large the navy, :: H. KNOWI.ES. President W. K. HYER. JR..,V.-Pres. and Cashle1:
.* WHERE THE JOURNAL1- a recent issue of that paper shall be. It is our business to fight North Gen.aa pfstttIoaaDuring ; ,TIIOS. W. BRENT. Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashier. OAK
: with whatever 'navy'the : PINEcheaper
f CAN BE FOUND ;; people give, an eclipse all hidden treasures -
I .
.t .. The Tampa Tribune has ,figured out us. '
are open, and if you are, wise!
+ ., -.ne Peaaacota Journal ia on that the cigar output of that city during We will fight whether the navy is enough to a ,primrose with than you can buy

4 I ar ale at,the following.places in the past ten years amounted to big or little but my own opinion is will be carry : you It anywhere. Any size yn
you able to yourself to
1 I *hec1ty: 1,205,163,000- cigars. Now will the that i it is much too small now. help any want.

:i .4t. Bay Hotel. Tribune favor the public by compiling Perhaps "Fighting Bob.s" recent exploit of them No witchcraft will ever harm First National.BankI
tI Coo's Book Store. you it you carry a water lily bud'.about
statistics showing bow
many puffs whertin he'showed
.an :
L, D.pot News Stand. '. ,. there were in that many'cigars, how to take five battleships' to sea without your person, and if you' should change E.i: C. SEWELL

I O.n> Book Stort. many times laid end to end, they I!I grounding one and breaking a hole in to dream of illness you will soon be '

I lt.teJEsCambi&. would reach around the world and how another, has: caused him to change hiS happily married. If you eat double I| of Pensacola, Fla j I Phone 614.

,i M.rehanta Hotel.fibirfflem many coffin nails they have been the mind about the ."bI nep8" of a na V)'. !1 i cherries! you will have twin children, ; -
f I
*' Hotel.ObOMpaon'a means of providing. Our admiral would- vio well to learn' and If you aw afraid of lightning take
I ;.,.-r.. WaJker'a Book Book StAt.Store... .. how to bandit a -few'ships- before getting'chesty" orpine heed to keep In your house- a plant of DIRECTORS; F. C. Brent W. A. Blount; Wnn H. Knowles, Marine Grocery C Co

Political 'slate' makers have figured I In a call for a. large number. or livelong \7. K Hyer, Jr., D/G. .Brent. :, -
Sow t ,
: Bat "Fighting: Bob.: like most peas on Wednesday and Saturday -
1 .& I I.... : : "
I. it out that Shaw and Cannon,would be I ___ ": ,
I other warriors wearing the "fighting" It you do notwaJ them' to be 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St.

1I I the proper caper In 1908. However I sobriquet Las always indulged in iswolUnup eaten by birds. Put blue marjoram In Phone 725.

I Senate Investigation Uncle Joe will hardly be content to ort of language, which : the baby's 'cradle wfcerr empty ta keep. Foreign aiid Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold
; play tail to the, G. O. P. presidentialkite. looks awfully funny when it comes in witches at a r.spectable'dI'tanee, and Manager.THE .
. PPanama contact with his deeds. If don't want last -'
Affairs. you your baking to 'I
"We need a navy so large that we u- HOME OF GOOD-THINGS
go moldy must take goal hed not T3
: TMe tha age' investigation andlkTTait will never use It in actual war." says to bring '"(cornflowers ijto the horse. We draw ourown, Sills of Exch Vessels disbursed upon; the most EAT.

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r rear of.the van has decided to Investigate i a back number he should conjure straightway he shows what' he woulddo baby is born When baby dies God Germany France. Austria Italy, taken payaple at Port of Just Received r
British in Manchuria with this big navy by jamming his Holland San.: : Belgium, Russia. Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick
up a army makes star.. }
everything in connected a new 'These areI I north
WI any way Destination After Vessel
I ships upon the bosom of the ofNew and Ten Days, -
4 state Norway Sweden, Denmark 50 kits of fancy Mackerel!, $!.:
f with the Panama Canal and Panama that' was ready to lick,him if the Japs" York. He ,couldn't; ,have done' German: superstitions.Prepared other European countries.' L Arrives there. kit. Ir

ii R&nroad.11 kinds! of stories havebeen I had failed. I Ii better if he had had all the vessels of 50 kits Salmon $1.25 per kit.

wafted northward from the canal England under his command: for h? For Kmfrgeaeif-u.' 50 kits halibut fine, $1.25 per tt!
A well :do
: cone and,many of them indicate a condition 'i trust What investigating Mr. Rogers committea didn't tell the would oil demonstrated purpose of beyond warships which peradventurethe cannotbe .'.Invited a'n'to acquaintance Kentucky from farmer a neighboring 'once-. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent in Connection with which. we $1.25 50 kits per of kit.Cod Tongues and Scmaii

: of affairs anything but complimentary I probably! fill many volumes. used in actual.war.. tovvu= to dine _with him. 'The t I.I have a Private Department'for the. use of! Renters. Bloaters, Milkers and Roes Herring,

to the great nation upon recipient of-this courtesy was a man Codfish( Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickles

,, wbose shoulders has fallen then mantle Why Me Wa. Sud. well known "in that region for'his gen- German Sauer Krout.

I of DeLes The Savannah News ** i i eral crankiness .and his propensity to Pigs Feet in kits. 100.
ps. "What's the 'rnUtt"r., old man? hOe
use his gum at the least t evidence of Savings Department-Interest pa'df.. Deposits at Manewal and Lange; Fruit Cale.
1 review the matter as fallows: aid :as they met the next morning after .
i VOX POPULI i i1o ; what be :considered an affront; The Nation Biscuit Co s>Fruit Cake 2oO
t Notwithstanding the fact that the ,. "You look"blue." :i. farmer(, well, wa.rC-9f.tbe. touchiness, : rate ,of 4 per cent per annum.: 1 I per pcund.I .
v President in his letter transmitting to "I feel blue. I We handle the celebrated bleeds
of his ,.,wjth for business I
I congress the reports of the Panama \ H ; "But last night you were the JollIest I I I whom -;.--- _--- I Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coles
reason,*be desired to remain:
k Canal! Commission and the Panama member of our party." : on good Co. H. P. Chlpman, Manager.
-rI said he had lnestigated terms,always kept,a wary eye on his HILTON GRKK l'auIDln. T. S. WKLLCI, VlH-fUflDXtrr. i
Railroad Company, 1 35c lb. Gold
The jolly. Oazaca ; Standard.
Whitmire School. A. M, Bc'Ra-nL.C..alu UAKSrUUJ>MOMBQAMT.,CJL..XIM :s*
r all the charges of jobbery and "You acted like visitor One afternoon tbe'"ttsty indi.TiduaLJn Ib Diamond Blead. 25o Ibi Goldft
1 a boyjust let out of ;
L ,Immorality connected with the Panama Editor Pensacola Journal; school"} conversation with 'his 'host Citizens National, Bank I Iof. Rio, 29CIb.
In reply to article in
.9 canal and found them to be without an jour papera remarked: "\fean't-account for the Strictly fresh roasted and as josi
"I felt 1ikeon ; -
few days ngo. I wish to say that ",1 I fieHns3ifi .:r' of Fensacola, F10r145 .!
foundation. the senate committee on qu&er $ impulse*,that-come as any Coffeecold in thIs city
-. the leaches: of the Whitmire school : 'You said that your wife had 'goue, ,. ... 3 :)j."oo or..' :I
Interoceanic Canal has decided to in. Do i Send uByeur orders and win d*.
; over me at tiraes Toli know the We
do feel competent to teach eleventhgrade away for the first time in three r..ani ScoW Wright MorrU. 5 .r. 1W.Uu.
r vestigate all matters connected with first here I had .... I I i liver promptly.
pupils Ifut the salary and the and there wasn't any one to nay a wordif time t f ook-Hjinn : as'Imuchtas Kix Jf. RoMaiOB. t.Btltoa. f
'i, the canal and the railroad. No doubt graat of this school do not justify us you w" ent.bome.and kicked over the (' I.<: Ul '':(to.to.mutfir the impule A EN!R'U. B\NK1NG BUSINESS TRANSACTED. I, .

the committee arrived at this decision !la ,doin> it, As we are not employed mantel 1 clock." ? wheulpne! of your.:sans'made 'acertjfm '

after considering the subject thorough to do Jiish school work. we do not "I remember remark. to wbip::oat*.my' gun I. 1.' ,.., l:- SafesSafes! Safes!
1 !ly. And from about every point of piopo&e: to do such to the neglect of it. and let' go." *Oh-v4ont; 'you' worry: ... .... .......... .....o..... ...... ......... ...... .
view the decision \\a a wise one. While the ,other grades. "You said that if you stayed out Until i, : J. S..4tEES. PreWeJdL. ,' -*- B,-W,- MNZ7Cashier.. 1 I'I'
the country has the utmost confidence Respectfully. ''t' o'clock' there was" no one to look' about taaC{s41he4rr.: "I .know \ \ ', :'Jt%, M.,;CARf.: VJce-Presldent. z Buy DiebekJ, Safes!

In ,the President and is satisfied that J. A. McKINNONOlive. at you reproachfully and, sigh and all about- ur Jittle failing in that line. '
I My son Jakewas standin In the ball- i : THE: PEOPLE'S: BANK OPNS4CO. Scarrrtt Moreno
': he has endeavored to set:: at the truth Jan- 11, make you feel mean ,

of sensational, reports bearing upon I Iif "Yes and stayed out until 4 o'clock way Just .b tof: you; with. a shotgun I Directors-L, J. Reeves, J. .S. Reese W. D$C. Kesi t. f'. M,. Gary, { ; i I' --
canal! affairs there- is no doubt a widespread % l didn't IT'"You rou:did weir to change your mind. '.At ; : W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jenninis. --, i I! Agent.

4 impression that there has been :: certainly did." i the first motion'toward your hip pocket TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. i.i.I I,

a vast, amount of money wasted on the IMPORTANCE OF j "And I gave',a war whoop on the t. my 'con;Jake had instructions. : to < TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPBCTTULLTr SOLICITED. I t I -- --
z isthmus in connection with the canal, I THE TROLLEY LINES *t,1' front doorstep* I blow daylight-through youf .. ,....I.......,................. It................,..

; and that very little has been accomplished i I Brosnaltam.Dotsen&Co,
---- M i "Yes and
you ,sang a vfrse from a
"z either towards its construction New Orleans States. 6 ', comic I! The Extrtpe Limit. I IFl. I
and tried
to do
t4, t or in preparation for work upon it *' .I.IIl ."opera' song a clOg'dance. } "My dear Mr.;.Taylor," saidMr. Perkins Dollar Makers, Machinists

t : A recentwellknown correspondent as they met on the street, "you 1\t.t: AR ,' and Founders.
"Yes and my wife missed that train .. .
::4. In one of the magazines asserts from and I have1 lived neighbors for 'fiveyears. Mill
and didn't Now, : Wholesale and Retail Dealer l SupplUfoffice -
observation that neither Mr Shonts Time was, and that not eo long go., please go away i."

'i the president of the canal commission ago when the railway magnates of and let me-sorrow in silence" I "Yes." I Steam, Domestic, Anthracite Residence Phone Phone W*. 983 C Peesseela.yle Stwt El I II =

:nor >Ir. Taft the Secretary of War, the country, laugh d at the idea of II I "During that,time I have:kept a par and Blacksmith ,_ 0' 0"A L All Work has Our Personal AttentlM
I found<< out the real condition of affairs H*..' Right. I I I
: on the isthmus on their comparatively, electric trolley lines coming in active There is a story of an old New II rot, a goat, a dog. and two cats. I''I Office No. :2 South Pilafw street., Telepbpne, $?. ,I

recent visit there They found out i competition with sttam railroads hut Hampshire doctor .who, on taking out "You bave.H"My I Yard: (corner! Tarragona and Gonzalez st'uU- jPaoneg Sand 372 ,I I
children have=broken jour win The Journal Printed Our-
i. only what the officials told them. so i their views' on this matter have been: a wagon that had not been ,used for'I I '
i the correspondent asserts, and the offkials changed quite radically as a re iut of 1 $ome time found that a ben was sit : dows my goat has chewed up your I December 1905

saw the situation from (the very the great advancement that has beeureade' ting in It. He merely ''h rDessed up" : Monday washing> and my dogs'and I Ing ,

# I best point ot view. What he says isn'tof I m the invention and perfection, without disturbing ber, and he and i,i cats, have" disturbed jour sleep i,o' I i: a Total of
4 course to be accepted without of electric motors and In the I nights 1
tion. He may be a sensational ques.1 use of electric )power. A writer in the I biddy Herald made pffers series this of true calls.story The of Boston the- I I "Yes, thaLls true." I: SHINGLES SASH DOORS WINDOW. GLASS, '

that makes mountains out of mole Independent calls attention to the developments I "We have emptied our ashes over into I 154,850

; Wlla. There are others. however, who in .the railroad business town small fire of Amesbury; which' owns a i j I your yard borrowed your hoe and I II BUILDING MAr.AL.I I
wrIte in the same strain. Therefore during& the past year and pecial'\, apparatus: j rake broken down Tour alley fence 1 1I I I

.. the public mind is in doubt as to the the action of. steam railway s\stems! Outside the fire 1 limits Is:a small! community I I I and tried in various other ways to be I II I Phone I.1.G! DeSILVA' & CO.E. COpIES

-., actual situation on the isthmus. with respect to the trolley} roads and that{, on petition received an i I neighborly." I

: The Senate Committee on Interoce- trolley competition. I appropriation for the purchase of a "Heaven knows have!" : 1. or an average of
anlc Canal will have as witnesses everjbody The New York:, New Haven and "hand tub.". It was installed In an
I "And now my dear sir. to show us
i who throw Hartford Company, which owns about' abandoned blacksmith where it
can light on the shop, !l
.i subject Even the correspondents who 150:) miles of the 700 miles of trolley remained for two years used only fodf'rorUI"P t tI that you appreciate the situation! of afvI B. ACOSU & CO. Lg: d .u Yto"7P"tof the
fairs and have no ill feeling in the mat-
; fcave been writing letters which thePresident tn Connecticut alone, was the first to I purposes in street parades. ;I I.l "

calls sensational and (us.t acquire large municipal trolley systems Last summer a 'stroke of lightning: \ ter. I want to"ask a favor of you' I "*.,...,.and FetiI flrafers ,-? J2f S."* Y.rat :8 N. Tarn
at various points on its mainlines : "Go ahead. I \ PeuacoIyl. Phone 363.
t appointed place hunters -will" be given started a mall fire l In a farmhouse j jI DAILY
; and it bean to do this before "I have four daughters as you know
chance to tell and substantiate their |I nearby. The volunteer department ral- f'
t4' sthrtes.4j the year 1903" ; but it was in the pasty lied at once, but when they arrived at j and all of them are now ready to take I COALIIOOD\ AND ICE' The following figures show TVP

The committee has of course undertaken y' that several other prominent j f f the I I t piano I lessons. Will you kindly; and asi ', ., sacola Journal's circulation u,*
engine )house the foreman stood at
.t > a big task, because the witn ss- companies 'adopted the settled policyof the door. j i, a neighbor come down to Green> with I'I ---0. .., \ I I day during the month of Decc-ab
'not itfuly buying existing trolleysystems I
tJA 5'. are widely separated and doubtless '1: me and help me to select a good: toned *
: but also of constructing new f "Don't touch her, b'ysr! crid he. financial 189. 1905 with the average number <
there are many having' grievances of electric lines .parallel to their own i) "I've got t.o'h ns settin In th e box.. instrument_ guarantee my j copies daily:
one kind and another that will want to ability to him $10 a month on the
Lctsuse .
steam ,tracks "their bein bucket
1 testify. Much of the testimony that purpose > ;.asUllmcnt plan?" NEW LAUNDRY Dec. 1, 5750 Dec 16, >,
both to forestall the tbreatened competition -! They :agreed, and the tdoq allowed I I
win be given will be open to explanation of ,other builders and to relieve to : were ..' Dec. 2, 5,700 Dec. 17, 6.I 1M:)

and that will prolong the investi their ,main lines of local -! pursue th Incubating: : ways. I I He PI4a't W..t the Coat.' Dec.: 3, 5,900 Dec. 18,

gation. traffic' -which interfered with passenger j II j i The truth of this story is vouched for c. iv. ....UN... P'rIs'. .1W. 8 West ..... ...,.. Fla Dec. 4 ..... Dec. t9, 5,615

: There Is one thing, however, that free passage of through trains" When Man Slur' -nt hem.... i by the victim. 'I :: _. :: I INew I, Dee 5, 6,730 Dec. 20. 5W.6OJ

congress should decide at this time 1 But this is not all.V are told that It I I'I!' f u"nrislnj: how I sow n wife "Where is that old blue coat I wore Dec. 6, 3,750 Dec. 2' 5.
It Is that if toe the investigation tires of thefcompiny who is I Dec. 7, 5.700 Dec. 22. 5,|
;, shows the-New York Central projects a great n man last summer?" be asked his wife., She'''
.. 4' that the money appropriated for the chain of electric lines from Buffalo to i I too irrch! a\ borne.. }fen are. wise in was not quick to offer an explanation. i Crop Can I Dec: 8, 5,650 Dec. 23 5,615 1OT
,- asp of the commission has been wisely Albany and the recent!! purchase by 1 f getting aw.stroin their roof trees a "It IIi Syrup Dec. 9, 5,650 Dec. 24, 6,1
here "f'Sterdaro
only -
and economically spent, that the work this company of the Rochester electric -t portion ft rjjfji.day, Among their wives was Dec: 10. 3,900 Dec. 25, i
marked the husband. "I know It wat4: ,615
I has been conducted intelligently and :system is,a step' in,that direction will lx fvijl '! Dec 11. Ie.... Dec. 26. 5
n generitiepinien to *i
that as much progress has been mad as it already owns lines' along the 1 this effwt,' very (;( "Yes." said the wife, with a touch of Put up in all size packages. Dec 12, 5,650 Dec. 27. *.*

as the situation would permit, there route mentioned. For' the control and, There !' siy thp anger, "1 know It was I Just got sick ,( Dec. 13, 5.650 Dec. 28 51"

will be no more investigations except operation of the trolley lines the New' 'fiJ> fe/e found 'DUft-woman'l I and tired of seeing that coat and a let De<:. 14, 5.600 Dec. 29. !I'iS2
position to m'Pn WRITE
H,is shown that there is ample reason York: Central has formed a subsidur:' pack off In' of other .old stuff lying around, clutterIng FOR PRICESSupt. Dee. 15, 5,600 Dec 30, 61.
for them-that there will not be an In-, company known as the Mohawk: CtrnJr and to bid them! keep out of- way things up, and I sold' It this morn ,. Dec. 3' U, 2

restlgation every time there are sen-1 > ny with a capital of $10,000,000 toward evening when it is presumedthat In g." : '

: ational reports that no progress is be.t.The Brie .system I is also entering the they will probably hate.a. ,little '"You sold -It? Sold the coat-the old i, Stores, Southern states Lumber Company Total 1 for the month------- W*

tug made *''th the canal. that the oep-|lelectrlq fle]<}. It"ls now preparing to news of the busy wprld to bring: home blue coat?*. --

pie's money Is being wasted and that J; construct *.- trolley road parallel to and when l>aby will be sure Jo have said "Yes sold It. And I don't want you PENSACOLA .Average per day.. .. 5,7&_
there is favoritism and jobbery. There Its steam line from Bmghamptou to;, something exceptionHy: brilliant and to go moping about It." FLORIDA I .; : : : :

Is' bound to be such reports whether Corning.a distance of 76 miles, in order *' precocious The general events of the Dear, I didn't want the coat.;but t6- I I hereby certify that th **::

there is foundation for them or not to forestall relieve competition its steam line'of and inchdentally lay will afford topics of conversationmore morrow Is your birthday, and I had CI I statement I ie correct acr-ord:1J1: '0 "-

The effect of frequent investigations f cal 'trameThe o- 'interesting: by.far' than if the j| hidden a ring and a nice banknote. in records on file in this office
_ is to hinder the work and dishearten : whole 'household 'had been !' SWEETCirculation
together the FRED A
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New Haven Company is to, Inside pocket. surprise ICE COAL ; I
officials In charge of it. from {1m nd WOOD isuiI'
parallel Its steam roaj with a trolley i morn night' A very little In- you, and I eouldu't think of a better. I I
line from Norwich to Worchester t I (Iulrr. too. will elicit the fact that men biding plac'f"" efOtllt:

.- That the Miami Metropolis Is per- The: Pennsylvania, Company intend*! about home'all: day are eminently apt 'I The victim bays that what happened Consumers' IceltntFfuel Company. \ Sworn to and subscribed 1906':
elstent In Its search for accurate facts I I IIU to be : this 1st day of Januar ,
'A"substitute electricity for steam on fidgety and grumpy and Interfer- ,after that_ is nobody' bldlnLoq.. I .
Oce-CQrtet Chase
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,, and extensive detail in all things-Is .I'pd. ) tipeen .I Philadtlphia and At-1 ia -altoffether'objectionable, Da short. ion Mall. ',' : Phon. 359. I PERRY r1 ))J
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S 3#; For Hardware and Builders Supplies Wf:1 SERI.! ttb.fr

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lj; Agents Masury's Paints and Varnish. large 'eongregat s +

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i j it::! Mail Orders a Specialty. from the Bible bean

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1 Gordon Brown Hardware Co. : existence clared. yet of people ''

I!I to dcubt doubt there the being exis

t Ei.ble, though whtone <

B : crats the oth k. ,
authority' except thIng
t:| 110-11 East Garden St. Next'to Freight Depot. 11 in either. Tot

a who accepts the on ,
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iWLfWrXW",IWY ,YKrWK WrrW nA. rWrrWKrWJItWJI! W ..{rp1+'KwnrvK but etern, i
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obliged to go to hell tt
>,: 7i- promise as being -very beautiful !*Woes" 'go there it is'Ein. '
; while many: consider it the most 'ex. wills. .. t f
tra\ gantI gowned show in America.
Mr. Robertson in ,,
The company numbers sixty poople urged his hearers to-t.
MUSEMENTS and is one of the largest and most expensive but accent what the B.' f ,.

.. on;tour this season. For this the subject, and what t :i 4 1

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the hands of one of the strongest; singing -I .
//.J' I organizations in America is said I t
only passable the part deserves better Cured His Mother of F
Last Night's Play. ; -
to be one of the most delightful fea' '
.. the sweet- talent-and as tor the impersonators \ '"My has been
: es: Clover' is one of tures of "Little Johnny IJones," called mother
written. There Is of Eldndge Grosvenor and Albert,I from rheui'LW.
f'f ::: e plays! ever by many a musical melodrama max i many years
..illt rgh I;; in it to satisfy every taste. Then Slade. two very important character, mpch as it depicts the adventure ol;l H. Howard of Husl '
<'. ,. i 1-: is i rich pure and wholesome they' were but little better than ordi- En American jockey; who goes to Eng.! vania. "At times she'
'(ht' sentiment touches the heart like jnaryi ', land to ride the races, and who falls 11 i! move at all. 'while at a '
:.:. ,v eTCH music. It is balanced ex i Taking the piece all in all, however the' victim of a plot and meets' withal .t 1\\ling was painful. I pre
audience from it well worth the price of admis- I a bottle of Chambtrlal i
a\; rieat to sway an was } kinas; of harrowing experiences.
t.,;, 'o the other In rapid succession sion. i and: after a few appli-. a, ,T-
;, plot is strong the! lines are rich. I "David' Harum. I sided it was the most '
:i: tier( words* ""Sweet Clo\er" pos-I "Little Johnnie Jones Tonight Mr. Julius Cahn will present his superb .'. reliever\ sne had ever
spt-ses all the requirements to bring I 'tai') famous has already' become : production of "David .Harum"' al.t. she is never without it
e'!Usting fame to the talented au 'Little (Johnny Jones," Gorge M, the opera house Tuesday! : night. all times able to walk. r
tth.': Cohan's musical melodrama: that itI' II Harry Brown will play' the titU(; application of Pain Bal ,
!''aiears ago when Adelaide ()es without saying that, the.'i'interest role. The advance sale of seats has i U)9) pain that she, was r

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house is ::: play and all the well,
:: high pitch of expectancy over the engagement heavy' and a crowded seems' to nave steprptaje ft-4 e
Denounced hers
-oI1h.it. was at once f of this notable attraction '! thing that is assured for: t the! cotjedj.The e-I ofVestcott's
prettiest and best play that she play ia ''u three acts and sho't
of her hue tc-night. llarurnV bank A real rainstorm is
H' \fr :Marred in, and many front of "David
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mt"Pri' thought it a great createJ homevlla. N Y f
i was mado last season!! that Polly's I hinj the baulky horse
I aver gave it up for another. criticisms: Acrosa the road is Aunt du
such a flood of favorable : covered erand.ianl duce him la move ,'
', In the downpour \
In. for Yf'ars-no: matter how j Jones" as the most original the most its oil fashionewers.; barn, and in .r frt t ,
the bye
a':' If may be abused by incompehangs. thorOt:' hh' American and the moan I lackground ,etinugh A Card.
..... i of the yard is a large hor
\ cexer entertainment of' the Kind that,: the center .things in This is to certify that
I ln night only| has been witnessed for man years i One of the good gebor.d I authorized to reftimJif :
<= ;rendition last was ( is the horse trade, TTie are 1
SMH The play! was too good for: and it stamped George :M. Cchan as; this act shows the interior: of the I Foley's Honey' and Ta ttyour
h>' pa\! ) "isBut they made good"lone of' the mast gifted authors and; act from the counting; rcom. cough or cold ; r
'11....rt dt'tef'i. even if it was only on'!composers who is now supplying:! the; cffice the l leading bank and the third' act 'discloses cough- heals 'the lungs t b
'1, rpngth: of the excellent little'stage with its entertainments : cf toiew the sitting room in I seripus 'results:: from a i

! -'ia' ifs Nona Brj'ant's "Ixus" was: The scenery is spoken of a, realistic fUll; Aunt r1Yo!Iy's! house. : j ,"x' 'utt>d, but could have been Iiurt -I lard beautiful and Includes lares inormnsC: Every important inclden*I and consumption.. Cont ,' 'i ii
and niassneness
"ct on with less affectation Otis stage sets of enormous size also in the book has been retained in. tbor ales. The; genuine is tl
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4 Thayer, Jerome Holcombe was I The wardroba package.\ Refuse Bub! ti +
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1 f:i No matter what your earning capacity may be.You'ean : necktie down behind. .< 4

) put a piano iq your\ !home on our "pay During the course of biI
I a! i 1 I tie gradually slipped up i' !
: when you like" plan. NO other one thing m lar nntil .,pearly t't'erY'9' [ !,

) l;:.;: the world gives so much pleasur as a g?od' gregation noticed his pm y.a 4 ,
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the home $10 PUTS A PIANO 1 smiled radiantly at the siI
Ij Pianoin, I eluding his remarks the
when like" '-.- ., I Jstert: sparring ,for an o, r l,
balance can "pay you r
!> Kranich 0 Bach and then the you adjust the' tie. said "Le '
: t, samples of the builders : ,,
Pianos magnificent h.ren0
!LESTERCLUTTER These are 1m|i singing
skill and art. i: | H; had announced the 1Ldom r.1 4
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t' I not knowing

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'In the street.car. 'as be turned to his fel t
\ low-passenger on the It'ttbo you resolved
.i to begin the New Tear rtlbtr 1l t l
f "., did. sir" was the reply.
1 d doesn't attempt it. 'That Is well.. That is what I like to

.. hear Yoq cot op on thee morales ,of the

first feeling that a new rear bad dawned
s Not Like Him -tbat 'there was a new era in your life?"

I "That, was It. sir" t

"Ed/" said the teacheraa: she banded "Ttou girded on'your armor, so to- peik.:
him'a' book ,open at a picture ,"can you reared aloft tbe banner of reform, and began -
hll'me wbo that Is?" : tbe year 1906 by resolving to lire a
Tea. ma'am" was ,the rf'pJ"U lathe different life?"

'picture of a poor boy. who got a placeIn -Well, yes It amounted to that."
NT' a.life Insurance company at f3 per week "But you resolredf

"Oh certainly... Yes. sir 1 resoled
tbat my old woman: bad cot to stop nagging
and so I Til us about my running oat

nights or there would be a row. and I
I told her .o In plain GndUb.
I told ber so lit plain English, and now I
f d st can stay out until 2 In the morning, and' get my usual Jag on. It s a real thins,
all she says when I come In Is to wantto sir, baring a New Year come around one
.know!; If I made a miss of It-and dldu't In awhile." JOE KeUn.'J .
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and In 10 jeers was made president and T t

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"1 hope 'ftA HI be a grett"moral lesson h'

to you, Johnny.." t"
"It will ma'am-It surely wlILou **
-' "\ will never be like bimTf
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; about. He drew a salary of $130,000
n year for being the ls\ gun, willie III
never get beyoud $lo a weeL for being the -
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o f.o little one!" JOE KLUK.:

I J A Fable of the Day. ii

A Wolf who bad bad: a dispute with a .n

ke- Hyena .determined to, destroy him( and
went to cne'IJoii for advice"Set r
a trap: for hem curl when yon : /% d

hire caugU him eat: blui.: was the! reply It'
o' tbe Kin,: of n.. llil.

Theoir wool' away and laid a snare ...... I r I IP
beside l the path dally traversed by hs!

enemy, lint while frlsHus about In antidiatlou ..-"": ,
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.Trn I fast In my own trap, as you see."

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n1 i ia : **So you are. I awe out here espectIpg1 -

\ to help you rat the Myrna, trot as tbe
rase now stands 1 shall help the Hyenato '
eat yon.
) "Hut 1 set this snare: by your. advice," Jndge-po yon work by the day) .
jproteitrt; tlie Wolf. Sambo-No, ash 1'se ab night watchman..
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r renting out .for IhreeI
to set fur well. Odds -
'ous you as lathe "- "
dlferenteto: \Tbt'tber't'eU Wolf or ,
llyenft MO long; as niy hunger Is assaacd**
everybody for Ore ,miles '
1 ta.taLv! to the .1\00t1"} and 1. IOR.L :
out -for three o.. four The. lawyer gets bis pay, no matter Cow

jut: KIUU: : '. the.salt joes. JOE KER1t;;

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I I The Journal Carries Mote 4f { Classifields v*? t than "Any'Other'Florid: Paper4f I


I fl Few Attractive in 'Real Estate.

$28,500.Co-One of the, most valuably pieces of property In the city _

by In"e6t1ngfeY" 'dollars in vacant on .-corner and, fronting 3 streets ((260x210).

i lots on EasttHll.:' '.I am 'jssUlns.;. ot g at Elegant 2 story ,9\ room modern $20.000.00-Xew two story brick building on Garden street near Pal.. _

NORTH AND EAST HILLSAFFORD i l :" -- home well built,,.fxcellent locality, afox.. with' lot 92 feet front Quick sale.

I S $50 and Sffl ; ." offereil' t.a,:tyargata j;. .. ....$4500.00 $12.501J.OO-Larga 3-story brick building. near business center. A
good interest payer.
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I cash and 50!"cents'p r.W"e. 'or .1 fet by 192 feet). .
SPLENDI OPPORTUNITIES $3.00 cash and 52.00 p'e?tuoftthXThe'se 1
lots will be'ortn '' ,W; .'are' tutorized-\to! self jie little $600000-:Improved property near Palafox street, property paying _
$100 tojns'befdrethey ? 5 ___
IN BOTH' IMPROVED about: 12 cent. We consider this bargain
AND UNIMPROVED I I arc flald'for: oh th.1 terms,I6ttred., cottage coma of. 13th street and 16tn a
PROPERTY, VALUES'. ARE ,INCREASING! RAPIDLY I I Such easy terms!,'ate'not bff redery: avenue, it :taken during the next few .- $5500.00-Large 2-story dwelling: West Hill; good neighborhood S_____
with 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot 80 by 180 feet. .
AND BOTH SECTIONS'ARE day. I aM ':!se'ling!' '10 .to:.16 lots per days at the very ow- price: of $1750.001 \
ON CAR LINES AND IN Our Rental Department is given special attention and our lists

EASY ACCESS OF THE.' BUSINESS day and they: _will. :goon.be.all l, ,sod.! Self-Preservation: of stores omces and dwellings contain !locations in all parts of tee
f t city. Our Insurance 15 of the
.. Department representing leading ______
OUR OFFERINGS I IN THESE LOCALITIES., DON'T The best 100 ,a.tre .farm withIn' 8 Is the first law of' nature." It's aptly foreign and American compani s' can fully protect you from the Ore

MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. .' LESLIE E. BROOKS miles of Fensacola-including shingle applied to the insurance business.I II fiend. Loans;'in any amounts made.on real estate and. on short :notice _

I I mill and 1 quantity sptendid timber Those who !insure want absolute secure I .

,. 20414 S. Palafox. .St... ';.Fisher, DuII4ing.S I party cultivated; hftusa and barn syrup ity. Some get it, others don't. I CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR
mill and Carious implements; all if

taken at once. eo .. .;.. ....$1050.00 An Insurance Policy

.1 If'e._ .:. ,. J ,. Jssued from our office makes you. as MONEY.HOOTON & WATSON It
secure ,as a government bond.
Pell11satCO levestmeet] Co. FOR SALE.-Ijori1ir esa' and wag ----- A fiskpolicy may; cost a shade I Suscessors to Thos. C. Watson Co.
on. Wagon almost M'W. 2l 4 inch 3 lots and 6 room (cottage N Reus .5
Uss, .but it uon't peacefulsleep.
tires. WilL'! take:part cash .balance'.on and Cenantes in vicinity! where in! give as.S No. 37 :3. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.

a. H. D'ALEMBEKTE City. Manager.! time. Address Box :557>> Pensaco'a. a few )years will be worth double,' Before.- J
!I Irtunng see us.
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Fla. 12jan3 $3150 CO. I
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E. STILLMAN. V.-Pres. ani Gen. Manager. KNOiVLES HYES, Treisurar.. FOR SAL .-FUlr-blood Barred Plymouth LOTSIOOj.OTS KING & RUMYAN 1.
I Rock "White Rock .F.shsr Agents New York :
Streign and," B-own teghorn Fowels No 701 E. Wrlb"t.-ttrect.fronting
Real Estate, Loans, General Investment Life Insurance Company. EAST Agents for the
R. R. and street carjjne. jtents FINEST BUILDING SITES
Eggs per setting ol (15)) $100. For ; $10 8 E. Government Street.
I per month. .. ; .. ..S5000 .
further information adlress Plymouth 'r ; ? Phone 700. Pensacola, Ffal HILL, Wolverine Marine Engine
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. Rock Poultry; Farm J. J.' Pope Prop.L. ..- S SS ,

I Box 8, Briftol. faL' *' 7janlm LINE. Also
,, ,. ..... r p ALL NEAR CAR. ,

=--_ __ --.- ----------r- FOR SAt} ,CHEAP., :":'One, ', 23x5launch.wltb .ft.1' W.:3 ccrnerblock6OV.rooms: 'and! l hall fncluding K. Tract:3 lots,$750..S, Board and Rooms.FOR Get My Prices and Terms,' .as They The RacycleWe
-" r T I ._ ticulars i"adlrrss' ; P",,.O,. Box 418.,,city, .. desirable location, new house and Five-room house and bath, Nr General Sporting Goods

\ TKD.-The public to has know thatin secured WANTED-r-Laborers Building at on Equipment lodec. ', oJ : I 3 room cottage, bafn anJ'fruit! trees, new ,iurniture, 212 W.:Gregory Street. Hayne street .................$1875MX
Co. just Navy Yard. Good Palafox -
} :Ma\es Printing wags: ,Light housekeeping privileges. 1506 S. St.
for printing and steady work FOR SALE.Barred Plymouth Rock 3.IOt..o! corner EatHill$1950.. -room .house and bath E.
contract to right
: a :arg ISjanlw men. Cockerels from winners, $1.00 i3janlni5WANTED.A Wright street................$1350 ---- 'S
rnrnent. Our prices'are prize
for 'he gov S I Large well marked good blool.'j I Seven.room house, 2 corner lots. 1

right :and our work better. 12Jan.I WANTED.-Men everywhere; good: up.Also some good pull lts. Mrs. Lizzie i I few boarders at 318 W.. East Hill ............ .....,...$2000 Professional! Directory

The public to know that pa-pasi circulars tack signs- B Hugh, Chip'ey! Fla. Sldeclm 15 lots in New City, ure moneymakers Blmont New house good neighborhood Eight-room house, modern, N ...

\\ \NTED- can be bought at no canvasting; steadj. .Continental, per lot..j .. ..,. ... .;. .$25. : and near car line. 12janlm Hajne street...............$32S0C.R.YAEGER
old newspapers; PATTILLO
th's offire for five cents a bundle. They Distributing Co, Chicago. 12janlw*t :FOR \LE.-Soath half block 211.'I II. BRIGGS HOUSE-Wright street, just CAMPBELL,

are all dean and nice. .,', I' WANTED fronting 400 feet on 13th street by ,I west of Union Depot. Nice comfortable Attorneyat'Law
house maid. Apply t1 107% (re!. on Bay. lew Park; also .. .rooms. Rates per day 50c:
\\'\ 'TED-Ee! tric work of ah kind. once to 229 N. Spring street. 11 janlw' south' half of block 212. fronting 400 Block 296 New City.. .'...'$700. rooms, per' week $2.50 up. 12jan2w Room 405 Thleaen-Bulldlna.

Let us clean:! jour fans repair your1( I feet on lUn St, by 137% fet on Bay 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332
uj jour wiring. et Paii357i WANTED-Good View Park. Th only adjoin.I o I I .
d\namo nurse. Applj all (! property FOR! R FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms ina .
(I, p macula: El?ctrl Co. 205 r 1006 North Ba>len street,. JanJ.0 i Ing Bay View Park that i, now f'n N.T. comfortable house situated in a THOS. PEBLEY S
S'I .. .. ,
11 E..LaRua .. .. $11
!.a''u 1 sa'e.' The beautiful, \isw down thubaou .1 ,4 ,
in which Is growing large
I WANTD-.YOU man as stnographJ. and down the bay can never.beobatructed 307 W. Chase street., .. .. :.. ... .:$20 largo shade yard tres..oak.: cedar; magnolia.The Money to Loan. LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS A DCOLLEC110Ns.
WANTE.D.FiratcIass.:'. rgistered1 New .
I i er and to assist in' : A. V Clubbs. cottage on ,W.-Belmont. all mo3rn
office, work. Give SOjly very place to rest and be at ease. PALAFOX
wants LOAN.-on AND
druezist end pharmacist position ? conveniencesw belcompleted! MONEY reai'estate or
references and, state salary expected. .. .1.1AUTOMOBILES. I 1 Two blocks from the car line. In the -.
i in West Florida. permanent or. 'Address P. O. Box 174. pensae01a.I .I: .-I ,am agent for the about Feb. 1. 1. ."....... .. .._ ..$22.50SRIN city Just away from the noise and other sufficient security by app!). PHONE 552. .tC.R.YAEGER
Journal : Palafox
Address F. Z., care Ing[ to Thos. Pebley, cor : and
temporar 1 Fla. i Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos '
lOjan. bustle cf lbs crowded mart. Call or
17novm.MONEY .
_3Jan.1 I .. 'I I from $500.00 up., They cost leas than address, 70S E. C rvantes street Romana up $

SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED I Men and .boys wanted to' arn'j horse.to-k epup.. They..can be run &CO.TeIaenBuiIding S .jpjanlw

-High bt price paid for gent's<(Plumbing Trade pays ?5 day after i in sapd or anywhere a horse. .... :can go.I ; *'* TO: LEND-On good real estate ,
completing course'of practicalins: -, Lesl'e! E Brooks. '.:" v 4 security or on good: collateral: ATTORNEYATLAW.S
rlothins tinly. Also sail seconi hand ,. : 11 0:. NICELY, FURNISHED ROOMS. suit-
,uods. Xo 9 E. Intendencia. I I, truction at home or in our SCbtUls.j! ablefor' light housekeeping: All at lowest rates. Leslie E. S BrOoks Rooms 202 and 234 Thiesen Bid
Graduates admitted to Union arid FOR room !housecorner: "WEkEtJ (EoiSi : Fisher Imildmg. 21Jon: '
-- -- i { modern conveniences. 810 E. PHONE 332.
lot. 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96 I
KODAKERS get Kauffman's prices Master Plumbers Association Posisitions *I .. ..."' '. Gadsden. 9ianlmNICE
for dc.; eloping and finishing. Best. K :ured Coyne Bros. Co. .
and cheapest in city.. Romana and -Practical PchDols Plumbms and i quire o! Standard Clothing. f"" ff>Jaa,1D. FURNISHED' ROOMS'. !
Palafox, ISdeclm Prickliving. New York Cl1! JigO. Cin4' '! ------t---'r----SAL'S-Mce. clean IIL'new'sP S HALHVpON & CO. ,Newly furjjished clean" Jl1. nice, weekly or montniy. When jcru teed I II 'I Dr.S. R. Mallory' Kennedy -
cnnatl. St/Louis Free Catalog. FOR I money, see me. J. ;&. WlUson, .:2',j ".v.
:JUST OPENED.-W. N. Brown staple ; pers 3.1, fie coits a bundle i .This of REAJLESTATE near p stCJtIice... Apply ,at 124& E. I Government street.Salisbury building: Office over D'Alemberte'g Drug Store

and fancy groceries home and west WA "'ED-TlIffe or four good,slz;d' lice ; I ... {." :, : Government 7janlm.PLEASANTplace., ,street, Mrs_,:JS..iL., Trainer room," 7.. '.ldeeMONEY Office Hours-9:30,a. m. to C p. m. '
< beef f.esb country chickensand '' S '
eggs Phones .
"n carrier 'Apply C. F. Stew I ; 274 and 109T.
boT. to
famous blue Kentucky I FOR SALE-One fine dlsplaj case: RENTS: AND LOANS:
grass .
and Greg- art. Journal office. 21 f'et long.: 8 feet higfi'n'd 3 feet In' ron. : N. Hill LOANED on all kinds of.personal - -
hmfr, 10th avenue V VI
coner Phone 1064. 14declm 1--I '. wid&*. Suitable for almost:any .kind i...:. 1 1I 2nd .door fram car line on, Strong property on 'short notice

2L5' : 1I I j I TED.-nright young man or, o i!: .bus!.nes, .Apply ,io .E;...U Reese, I I We have' 4hV: : ;yd, sir': '.'street; ,For ?.arUcukrs addresSNo.. S>, Terms easy. J. ,W.' Bullard{ upstairs G. YATES M. D I

JOB PRIXTINO of kinds'Vo'anted! young lady t nographer"bo wants S S.S 5.Jan.SLE able pieces (of 1fi: on. our, "For (I; Journal. ; 6janlm :2S''z! South Palafox St:, Phone 1144. ,"
by the Mayes Printing. Co. 24 W.!la permanent ppsitlon Address "Pe-.i -.,. ,- Sale" list -- S I' "- 4 ,6nof
Government Phone 181. Only the manent care Journal. 7janlw I;.:-t .-"Olds.runabout": .automobile FO.LES _' old newspapers five cents bundle -_, OPTICIAN -

best of ork. Idee i SI f:"{ I for sale cheap... .Apply. C. M.S. %.5 block with- nic$,Ioof fruit trees, I at this office. ,They are all clean UNLIMITED amount !:or: money to loan
WANTED-- -. HaulinT and transfer I[ WANTED-r-A good stcuograpner. AJ- Covington, Conso'idated! Grocery. Co. and under fence,' :Nw City..,.$1,500 and nice.FURNISHED. on all kinds of ,personal property. '306 TWESOV BUILDING
363 residence I 1 I dress M.:. n.. cars; 'Journal in own 7jan. .5. S S |1| %: block best-part ,of East. Hill- I Special rates to business men on.large
work Office phone ; hand writing, stating experience and I ROOMS-Fine location leans. The New YorkLoan Co.,204 -
I records 33c and 60c. Call on very cheao. 'v ; .
22 28 N. Victor
phoLe 390. Acosta White. [
; salary expecttd.! . 3ldec Best bu1ding,1oatLon!' I. Splendid view of ,bay. 414 South South Palafox.Pensacola
write overlooking
Metropolitan' DIRECTORYPensacola
Tarragona St. 25maAXTEDSecond -. our agent or S
--- ------- Alcaniz.' ,
- ---- Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville,,'Bayou? Texir. 200x187% ft.$1,500 Dec.29'1 ,
WANTED.-A thoroughly competentand |I' ,
wantEd. Udeolm* Good S room house. W. '
\\ hand oat Fla Agents!
and cotton seed meal sacks.corn" Out, of experienced man 'to farm place strEet.. .. .. .; S ...'-,..$850, NICE FURNISHED'ROOM two blocks' St. Andr ws and Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
Write about 6 miles from cJU' Address.. FOR SALE OR REXT.-T.woJight.en; 'i:block in New'C1tr. near Stodlart< from Pa'afox St.. 211 West Govern- meets every Monday evening at 7:31

FS5 tOWs shipments solicited.! us. Journal omce*. ISdeclm one with capacity.- 7q thousand ft. place. ..,.. ..$1500 I mfnt. Phone. .' 99.:>> Inquire 8 to 12. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
Mellen & Co. 20mar.
lumber; the other thirty thousand- Number of good renting houses that I forenoon 21dec1m* Gulf Steamship CO. over lu stable W. Intendencia St.

WANTED.-Ths Merchant Transfer Any intelligent person' may eam. a pacit. Rates: reasonable. TlePhonQor will.. net 10 per cent. ;' Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .

Co. wants your moving .and fcaullns.AH a good 'Income corresponding; for \snto J. A. Chaffin & Co.. Milton; 120 feet by 80 feet. corner' Romans I I FOR RENT.-r-Four' ftu-iished rooms, STEAMER,.: TARPON. H. BREWTON. C. C,
rewspipeis; no canvassing; experience : Zldeclnm5poasALEBeaur.fu1 centrally located. IS E, Garden St. H. HORSLER K. of IL & SRain
breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- and Alcaniz. Excellent! location for:, "
Len Phone 978. ISJjnclai. unnecessary, Send for pariculars. : warehouse. Houses now 15declm W. S 3AR80W, Master. !
rop block renting regularlj -:I bone Lodge No.
Northern Press Syndicate.Lockport. In New I =
COOK:':"Bxperlencei chef (colored) H Y. Snov6moa.MIsi1ancous City. Tract No 31%. Fcr cash IMA. for $:4 pr month..;. ,....$2500: FOUR NICELY FURNISHED or ua- FIRST FREIGHTPENSACOLA. : .VIC 30. K. of P., meets every

i Ie open for engagement to go south Apply to A. M. McMillan.: Court Housa., I furnlsh 1 rooms; can al o. use for -netwU' ;- S Thursday evening at 8:09i :
Will lend a reascnabl* amount of i o'clock In their
Jan 1. Florida preferred; references.I lau: light housekeeping. Inquire, at 501 MOBIL, APALACHI temporary.
Address<<: by letter. J. C. B.. "9 Gran. NORMANS PILLS.Jnst received morjcy at l lowest! market rate of inter West Chafce'street or fihone. 323r27dec. COLA .CARRABELLE, ST. ANDREWS 'c Castle, W.Hall Intel.over dencla Pou street.stable
cf the
'"tIle pi. Boston! 19declm m I est on any MILLVlLLE.. '
55.COO Compound Cathartic; For S S 30. S. Palafox St. S' Visiting knights are cor.
KINO & HUAL. contractlns painters DON'T FORGET that I am still tuning I sale at The Alligator and West End: Phon- 234.Timber S S S And all points on St :Andrews Bay, dially welcomed. '
ltd decorators. Fine varaishlnjnd pianos. J. Conrad Scott, 28 E, Gov- Saloons: 15no\lm NICELY; FURNISHED bM room convenlentU' Carrabetle and Apaia .hlcola. S J. D. KIRK C. C.
I located: privilege bath
; or
ernment !st. Phose 380., VjanlwDRtVMAN'S -- SCHEDULE C. J. LEVY. K. of R. & g.
fccishing Sign painting! a spa- RECEIVED-Large r .'
,. -- JUST UlpmenL.ofimported Igas.ljhoaa. 'Apply: 126V. Garden .St.WANTED. Leave Fei>*ttcoa Sands! 8:30 p.
ctatr.! Residence! phone :249. '29aug. --- --- Olive Oil Retail !by -
pint, Ala.
JjanZw' Mobile
ASSOCIATION. ,.. m. for Knights of Columbus
larger quantitj. G. ,' ---'- .-'- .
or Moraswa -- Pensacola Tuesda & .
gallon Leave :30
DINTED.-All keepers of poultry to If 'o'u want a good drayman r.ng; Lands p.a Meetings of the
> chandlers A P.
& Co, ship ana1 grocers ;otSouth .-A few .boarders ia private St. Andrews; Mlllville Apa-
feed *neat, It is the cheapest feel 953. Drav men's Bland corner Palafox ,.. for JF Knights of Columbus
because it makes hens lay.\ F. S. and' Zarragossa W* will paul baggage Palafox.
Mellen &: Co. Phone 334. and furniture at the same rate 11,UH .-Oaly; 4 young Boar pig use of bath and telephone.l Convenient points .lNe1 1, No. S West Intendeo-

-- --,- and also any other hauling We wIll sled by Duke or Florida! 6S823 'out to raijroad: shops acd- on car tine.Apply' For additional isfcrniatlon J:. R.: SAUNDKRS.apply ti 11T7 cia street .on every

ATEDAU kinds of ""electricalork haul any load that one. man; can han I of Orphan Lee, of Baltimore. 5S544 For Sale 'I 401 E! Gregor 3Janlm COBB. ,Prwjdeat; Monday evening at

I sell all kinds of electrical I dIe without any help within one mil All guaranteed with registrations an3I UN'SURNISHEBr-Larse; front E. K Gen Frt. and Pass.: AgUPensacqU. ,: 'fy' 7:30 o'clock. An !n-
batteries aai other electrical for the regular price. We are reliable I I pedegrees. Carl Se Orjind. Chlpley;;; south and west. Good .. FJa.; 1 V'vitatio is extendedto
when jou need me ring 345 suppnu'l draymen and we are responsible.tFla_ '.5 6nov.. I I fronting to : visiting Knights. '
E W Peake, Star 1 light, and central' location. Apply 12 JOHN S JONES.
new Laundry buildag. < the hereto
We are :n business and are I .
FOR SA B: .-Nice, clean newspapers Pa'afox! St., (phone. 65. 2janlm "
< E Jjarden. 15dec. six to N. EDM. FOX Grand KnightRecorder.
stay Ygu can I. find us from for sale. Only 5c a. tranille. They We llull th m Several splendid .
j jI
'A-TED.-A. R. Bingham wan 3 six. make good wrapping paper and; are large and small turpentine locations.Sa : .'I'BOARDERS I WANTED at 312 N.

our moving and hauling He guazaniees :ldeclm :, SP ; J. BELL Mgr just the thing to put under mattinj. : Some l excalient! bargains in large
all breakage. Phone 630. RUBBER STAMPS Terms '''easonab'e.! Mrs. Jennie Par- 1IYiXl Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. Or O. F..
-".. CUT 'FLOWERS.-Paiterson'S Rose- and! small trait of round and boxed I
--- --- -'--- Thursday'eveslng 7'3lttt
meets every at !
line i-f-dt Inchesis due. ,15dcc1m.
WANTED. 1 I Gardens Montgomery has irtc per ; timber lands., '
-Everjbody to take dinner mount ----- ihe new ball on West: Garden
_>t the Southern Hotel 9dec. '1: placed an agency In Pensacola represented -I DAVIS 122.: NOVELTY 118 WORKSPhu.ie N: FaIaoLYcu Lhrge trpcts, of Mississippi Delta J I) FURBISHED! ROOMS.' wiSf or with street. Visiting brethren cordially
615 N. and ,Hardvbod lands.
by Miss: Bertie. out tc rd. Pleasant l locality, near incited E. GREENBLATT,
-OURT filled for. can Order by J4ail. Splendi'4 iis ""' oT valuable propertyand I '
HOUSE{ } DYEING. Pressing Barcelona., Order promptly il'alafox street 117 E. Intendoccia J. NEVILLE. Secretary.REBEKAH .
__ and Cleaning Club 118 N. Palafox roses. carnations! and ailkinds.of. other(11Spo $fine lotinfbr a Co'ony or Stock,, :\lrs.Fannle: Rettenger decla-1mi -- --
Mre T. J. lOd-c I Fn-m u,'?oulr East Georgia. .I.. SISTERS.
Davis, Prop Your patronage cut flowers. Ph9n& 651. FOR SALE OR RENT-Nfw, modern.' > i S
solicited; satisfaction guaran six. Some of the 'choicest residence I( FORRENTFiirntShed rooms for Naomi Lodge No 10. Rebekah Sitters
two-story, room house\, East HHJ. !
teed. Careful l attention give* ladies.'TAILORING 'I..' Diamo d. Tailor. near cars. A. C. Binkl! 9ja places1 m ibe!: b:!ai-tlfnt'llttfe, city of: rent with or without board. No meets every 3Ionday night a.
garments Phon 1222. Sdeclm: cleaned pressed and DnFaiak-SprfgmeFiL.' '. and In Milton. I light housekeeping. APPly 310 West g o'clock In I. O O F. HalL, Visit.
'-, i' ,Gents' clothing, notice.: No 11 FOR S.-\LE-A good upright Piano fh. "i', : Gregory. I I _- ifideclm 4pnrt ing sister cordially: invited to be pre*

-- -r :-'-:-:::-- -- 'repaired S on short Penstcola. Fla. A bargain ,a. $230, Apply to J. ,,1. uOqr ,j prices and ,terms are reason- i ent. MRS S. DeTHA YEa.

LOST West Government. SL; Hooton. lOjtoat b't-' ;,' ,:, B AY"'HOTEL.-Open night and day. VINCEHNE6ff MISS MAMIE. ,_ FREEMAN,_Secretary.M. .
,1dee. to fas. I plan. ,Rooms light and -
op.write -
I : Orison European NSVlLtE.NASHVILLE
EV No. 81, meets first and
1 '. FOR S.UOn'eN: 3 A Eastman clean. Transient .'trade solicited. E.B. A.
SAILMAKER. ko *k _. _. ,_ _S third Wednesday evening at 7:30: p. ,'
folding a bargain Ap
LOST) -)5.00; In bills between Garden pocket ; l- 575-579 S. Palafox Ju.! S. Nicolan.
: J. H. PORTER,' sallmaker 716 South rbto .E.' L. Reese, 124 S Palafo ; m. Rafford Hall, No 10. We* Inteaidencia -
Street and postofflcs.: Reward : Prop
S taken for ttreet. (Han, % I street.
11 Orders .
Palates street
returned to L. S. Brown &. Co.'s of. & .
A. G. FELU Pre;
ftCl'_ 13jan3t.UJST.StraHd .j tents awnings, camp stools and house. FOR SALfi..;;..One choice 'block,Ion' i iof ; TMER&AYMARDReM i t PARK HOTEU.:-Opposite Plaza. TCJ T ENORTH_ _ SWEENEY. Sec. t S
3lan.S .without I.
reasonable. board Short
I cots etc. Prices the r4ge! east of the el l ctro! I Rooms with ;. MONTGOMERYTHROUGH S
from home one black railway), between 7th and.8th 8treiU ,'" -Estate.ani '| ord!rB and tezdUf meals served in W. O. V.

horflf"". marked on side from trace!* .. ,EducationalMUSJC.After Nautre has favored this section-and. it i I cafe. Room5over1P0kbaT., I6de Live Oak Camp No.1. W. 'J, W.
ttbhlnt. .V ,Abstract Company, 1 \\'r- } i NEW OffLEf NS\ meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rl
Reward. for return' to Geo cannot be dupl cated. A. Clubbs- .
\ \'Ui-ovlch, 9 South"'Alcaniz; Phone. I tiQ.-aiolidajs'' I will t k NT Wednesdays In each month.Invited. VUltinj
t$! i'i'F sovereigns cordially
P.O.BaiU5.BUILDING DaFuIakSPrIsF1 rij! \
13jan3t number of pupilson ,
: accept a lixitl NOTICED : : SERVICEVIA P. A* BOGHICH, C. C.
: the followins"Instruments!; Violin : f. l. I Clrk.W .
l.ST'-Strin BROOKS.
of beadseither i : Elegant two story store d S LESLIE E.
Neither the captain. 1 RENT.: '- ,
in Opera between Ihere i Cel'o.' Clarinet and *.1rass ,instru ; FOIL Sartaundry building L. & N., E. & T. H. and C. & Li.I.
or nor consignees ot new.
owners In I
S exc'Pt slide trombone. Will TRADES room ,O. W C.. Oak Grove No.4,
fIo! evidence! Reward for return to meats : a will street Apply' 'Walker Ir.- Yntl.llietl Tbreogi! Train Ottly r\
Music furnished the Aust t>s Aususja, E. ,Garden- : 2 Circle meets last Thursday
residences Woodrn'-n
::! South Baxleq street JanMw*i teach at pupils be resporzlbls for 'de There will bea joint meeting of Stat ,Lauadry 22dec. NASHVILUE TO CHICAGO: '
for all occasions, band or or- f:3 : gra44 DAY : .of each month at 3:30\) p. m. 2d floor
LoST'I white and. chestra. Pla a leave orders at the -contracted: ; by Ins\ .crew*)!, Locals No.74 and 107 and 459 January 'C NEW ORLEAKS TO CHICAGO f 1 Pythian Hall, over Pou's stable, on lav
rGe dog with < my said vesseL : : S 16. at Local No 74 !hall, Business: RVBINQHAM hat Btorage'room for '
,ack to of I Clutter Music House or at permanent J&06 A. OIMIMQ CAMS SCRVUKl ALL MCALfl CM ftGUTC ttndencla street Visiting sovereign'
lay" Finder spots; answers name E.. aSdress; Navy Yard Psnsa- D. D. IIREQLICH. of Importance, I rent**suitable for furniture or other D.B.BiUJLLX.-P.JL.. LLROOUL'r..Att I cordially Invited Mra, W A. Smith
please return S outh ....
Cre-nhlat Fla 'P F. blers. Bandmaster. GULF TRANSIT CO. Capula.: L. REDENB\CK goods. 104' and 10 Tarragona .tvm LU. MM. luowixc. clerk Mrs. M, B. Olsen, &U&T4i&a.w .
I ,
t 126 S. ,street.'iceue cola. ,
Tarragona l Consignee. :; i.. S Business Agent St.. J.one 63.Q .... .... 30noy --
'a4 ,
reward. ;Janl w.i U. S-Navy .5,

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t ti' TO BE WELL : REAl "-,ESTATE WEEKLY REVIEW If f I :McMillan-Bros.,TURPENTINE STILLS. II' There's' Not a Husband or Father

: in existence to-day but would be, relieved to knqw his
ti : DRESSED MEANSADVANCEMENT. I Manufacturers, loved ones woulr .b
,:', TRANSfERS OF SOUTH R'N I :MOBIUE, 'ALABAMA.IttARKETS. I: S S ly called by the death:: angel..

I 1Vt t6- !1 A Policy in, The Equitable Gives This Assurance

: _
j How many times has Following is a list of the rea} estate .INDUSTRIES: I I

some one been advanced transfers for the weekending January .
J I i Insura ce, Bros. Gen'l A ts
above ,'ou? .True. he has 12. reported by the Pensacola AbstractCo Knowlcs
been Naval, Stores. Ltfe. Pensaob
promoted for his ) j I Fire, I
knowledge of th business : Savaanan. Ca...Jan.. 12.-Th g naval
.. but if >ou come R. G. Boshnell. Leslie E. Brooks, New Corporations Formed in Dixie stCr) ( market. c cs.:d today: as follows:J:I -
right down to the point j lots -Z, 4 and 5, 'block '170 Nw City WW. .. ..' :.. ..;... -.6 00

-S his personal appearance .! $&00. Land During the Week WG.. ... ,,, .: .. '.;' ... :......5 SON .f fc jC *J S **J:1 ;::

f t : had a great deal to do Leslie' Hale ... .,' .. -. ..i-;. ..-. ............ :. 55 5 ft. :PENEJ.A.OOX.. .. !
.L with It. The wCIJ- 1 ess- Brooks. to D. Wilson Just Passed. K... ... w. .,i ... .. .. ".. ....t 55
and many are the social ,! $600. f hint of Brings the olden backa k-:: :: : .-' :. mm :'-:::.: .::.::355 Iron Works and Supply Co.

and businesr favors j Mrs. hattie Thymes and N. 11." Chattano. TeaL, _\JlanlilSDnr days. G.. .. .. t.-.. ....3 45 5'' t Manufacturers and. Repairers of .
t shown him on account of Thymes to Saundeis Mill, Co of I ins the week ending yestprdaj', according -j Stimulates and gives r.-. ?*:. .;;..\.:.......:3: 40 I d /
his personal appearance. part j to the following..lift. prepare renewed strength' and vigor. E.. .. :;* ......... .. ....335, -MACHINERY AND BOILERS /
4 : lot 26, See. 5, T.. :2: S. R. :30: W. Pablo by The Tradesman many vry impor-S A favorite drink with all men. D t/"i. .'... -.-. 3 30C g FORCINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 'i

OUR SUITS Palmes Vnt. $20Nea'l \). {I' tent: new industries have been estab-- Try it today :. : <.. ::: :.- :. ': :..::.::325 % STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY

e Gage to Willie I.. Morgan. Slot ',2 lrFhea in the southern'stat, the cipitalization and you'1forget\ SpiritsAU3LEY.1)Jfne-ntht) >. 6-33c.. y Prompt attention gwen'to all orders, day or night Agent, -
,1'I I AND OVERCOATS '5. Sec. 7 T. 3' 3.:R. 32 W, contain. averaging aiong with the your years. '., n for James McKay &; Co's ce.ebrated: Log and Timber Dogs alia /
ins 40 ;). b ?t weeks of the past year. The ALL 5 Chains of all descriptions.' ::
acres. $2:! : GOOD DEALERS SELL IT"B&B" : CoSftEPoRTS'Juerjoi
are made by the best list includes only moie importantnew & 5
Lows: Holey to Mrs. Ella McCall lot Office Phone 123.: PHIt. WITTMAN Mgr. g
y clothes manufacturers in 1. block 337. New City. $40., industries verified, liy The I AtlantaA \!, "Cotton Market E; Residence P"'one 1C29. P. O. Box 123. fi3&
America are nght up-to- Tradesman. Among fourconcerns'
U4 Lars S. all tbenare : .. Cloae tti3ZUV>itt:: mSUSn
J,. to Brown
oSite in style and fully Jensen L. in West ViigmJa capitalized ,J"n..Feb.. ..'...,..,........ .,..............5-W S XX .
guaranteed. For the man lots 1, %. 19.20 and W. 25 ft. of lots 3 at $1,000,000 for 01)9 and $100,000]! Feb,'M"f,_:..,v..............:.....:;....._..5.M -
who wants the most for and 18, all In boek! 232, New City map each for the others; a fgraphte} company --- ,- Mw Apnl.....'., ......".... BE8Xpnl ...............t'."" '''''''''''''''''''''..'''m

: his money our $10 Suits I iT. C. Watson. $1. in Virginia capitalized at $100. A :i:May .?,-,.;:.::::.'...'..,..-'.::::::::::tot:
11 and Overcoats will be : A. T. RueS to P..,R. Brown 19.91! acres 000; a lumber in TexaS. with GENTLEMAN'S TASTE' IS BEST lIJ-Jan.....vj..........:...j:...........6C4JuneJaVr.
sure to please and sat of land In Carter Tract T. 4, N. R. :31 $100,000 capital company a' $2,000,000 land SUITED WITH A ........................*..........600 IAUSLEY[ & COMPANY i
isfy. W., 400. and coal ; July:ABinut r.}>.,.........,......:......... 8-W
I I J. W. Hjer to A. A. Fisner. lots 11. company and a $750,000' August-September .......................5.89beptembtirOctober ,
4 I!. 23 and block 11. lots 11 to 17, in- water works in Tenf ess e; a $100* CERTIFIED CHECK ; .......;.... ................ .
; The John White Store 24. 000 cotton mill! and. three other' concerns Oatober-NoTrmber ............;... ...........
t elusive block 54 West King Tract with over $100000 capital in November-December .....;.........S... ....... | COMMISSION$ BROKERS f
In Men' ;, map T. C. Watson, $1 and other consideration South Carolina; a' $500,000 milling; 50 CIGAR. December-J*> wiry ........ ................... ,
I Specialist Wear j *. company and a $500,000 gold dredgnc All the qualities of fla ror aroma -, Liverpool Spots, 6.14NewYork .
I 2 5-207 S. Palafox Street. ; M. R and R. F. Favourite to W. II. : company in Oklahoma; a $100,000 color and goo!a' material is ,- 11 WEst INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. J
: Favourite,'.Jots 11,12 and 13, block 186 limber company in North Carolina; auiOO,0000 embodied in'it
F Phone 225. i New City,. $1 andAotljer considerations. $ (Anton milljln) Missouri; aSI00.000 Greenhut & Co. CCltt Market.. .

Pe acola. Investment Co. to M. B. lumber company in Indian .S Open Rig Low CCHCJ Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and I I.f' f
.. ..... 11.3.:1Fcbruarl..t. i Chicago.
n, : 11,JO( 11:a 1119 : ,.
I Favourite l lots 16, 17:and' 18, block 186 Territory; a $600,000 manufacturing DISTRIBUTORS.fENSACOLA. ... .t ... .....
New City, map Lee ft Harding. $100.00 company in Georgia; :a $750,000 brick ,FLORIDA.SHIPPINGNEWS. Kirch....- .- .. 1.40[ 1147, 1138:: 11.42-13

and other considerations. vorks and $325,000;) mining company. -- ----,-- -- April..o....;..;!.. .; .. COTTON STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS !
COMPLETE LINE Ii Pensacola Gymnasium Construction In Alabama etc. M T.....,......1147 1154 11.4> 11.5051 ,
Co. to Richard Rafford by A. V. Clubbs The Tradesman's list 'of new inaus- June...,. .....
t et. al.. trustees, NB corner block 7, tries for the week is as follows:' Jiy.-..?........1151 1153 1151 11.6:M:; I and Sold for Investment. :
FANCUROCEP-IES.! i' Belmont Tract fronting 63 ft. on Belmont Alabama. nCUlt .........;, ...... ..... ..... lizasSeptember. i- Bought on Margin or

street by 105 ft. deep. $4500. Birmingham-Cotton compress (projected .......:....... ..
I Sunbeam Asparagus McMillan Mill Co. to W. Williams ); $20,000 cement block company October...1062 10 68 10.CJ: 19.&J19\ Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 1H. 1-
I Premier Stilng and Lima Beans I I : concrete construction company; Noy'lmbar.......... .... ..... ..... ..... : J
I Premier Lobsters I 10 32 W.acres.. 50.of 'land 'in .Ssc. 9, T. 4 N. R $20,000 lumber company; $325,000 December............... .... .... .;.. ................. ...... ........ .................;

i Premier l''neapple I D. W. McMillan to J J. Hooton, all I'minm'g' company; $110,000 mining Arrived. New York Spots. II.80Chlcaga

Lt French Peas.MushrooP8. grantors'right, title and interest in and company. -S, S 5 Cober, Br ss, Delziol Galveston to Grain Market I It...................................................:
brick .
Wetumpka-$750,000 works.
to fractional block 68 lying InVest
Premier Piunr Pudding King and partly in Belmont Tract. $1 Stamps-$15,000 ironworks. Tonio Ital bk Tonino. 1032. Genoa i S Wheat., '
? : Edam Cheese and other;consideration. I Huntsville-$30,000 canning factory; Cleared. I .Open High Low Close II i t HOTWATERAT i f
McLaren's Cheese (in jars) grist mill. I Ma7--.88S ssJ. s7 55LJD13' '
4t1 :And all other Premier goods Leslie E. Brooks and J. D. Waters to Arkansas. Chatburn, Br ss. Morse. 1225. for .. .......... ii 53 414 84J.1'I. :
D. W. McMillan one-third undivided I Charenti wHit} 2,487 tons phcsphate '
i Bowes Fancy Florida Syrup In betties .i interest in lot 363 ft. Oar-i! Charlotte-Telephone aj'steinJudsoma ... :
fronting on rock.
-$15,000 basket and. box l' i A MOMENT'S NOTICE j
: den street and 244 ft. on Florida Blanca -!' factory. Rub)'. ,Nor T>k, Erikson 1333 for Corn.. I jt
Everything first-class and _
up-to-date. also fronting Florida Blanca 290 London with Open fligli Low Close! -
!'I ft by 360 ft. on Garden, $1000 and other I I Pine Bluff-$10,000 supply com- 899000 s .ft. lumber Mar.....,......W* J&\ i5>i 4o'i l -

'I considerations.Ida 'I pan :?! Sa'.Jed.Chatbura :: July_.......;.45 4&i 45h 45'i! With a gas and water, hot water is always on the top. f
; works .
East Hill Gro. Go Harrisburg-Tile Br for Charenti -- i
Brown\ to Matilda H. Rauscher. Florida. -*" New .(ork Stock Market. I' t There ,is no delay at the last moment. As a devoce *

50 by 90 ft, of SE corner, block 41 Jacksonville-$50,000 S machinery S The Spirit of Winter. S it is small occupies but smoli} space and Is attractive :
I F. BOWES. Manager. West Open Close -
King Tract. $100.00 and other S
: PHOXE :212! considerations. company. The spirit of Winter Is with us, matIng Southern Faciflo...........- <&;\ CD4, ', i in appearance.ill be !glad to show anyone how Ii .*

: L - -_ Southern States Lumber Co. to J. M. Marietta-$600,000 Georgia. manufacturing its presenbe 1 wn In'ihany ,dir.ferent ,' Copper.S.R........_ lllli 151. 111'. S works who will!} call.at our office. +
A. j
Tate et. al, trustees 2 acres of land company: S S wa"smebd'les' : By cheery* I') Atsh......f..................... 00 I, f: :
In See. 24T.2N. R. :32: W., $1. Demorest-Cotton nulL sunshine and glistening snows, 'alia'' A.K 11\6\ 165'j :I *
fHrF Joshua Beggs to Hattie Bggs; and Atlanta-$50,000 ,tj p wrjter company sometimes,by.. driving' winds and bll J.1 R.R T,,..?.. 88'' 8*; ,: : 4.
'two children lot 22.. block 23, Sec. 19. ; $50,000 land and lumber com Ing storn s. To iriany people it seems[B A O ."... 1U7. 115'iErie 1 | Pensacola Gas |
T. 2. S. R. 30 W. plan W. F. Lee love! pany. to take a delight making bad things j .. 4P$4 W/I i if Company
and affection. Snannah--tOOOO.. brick works. wors. for rheumatism twists harder| C.F.I .......;-i. 60 CO 4u.

Batbara Pfeifter. trustee heirs Henry Athens--Hardware, company.' twinges sharer,U1 catrrh( becomes i 8........... 44', 44 .1 I Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. 1
"' more anno>in*. and the syVnp-' U.preferred.. lOTXi 1C7 4R '
Pfeiffer. wife and daughter to A. C. Elberton-Paint factory. many '
.&b...., ...._.
toms of scrofula 'ar4 : ? ... S7'i I
PnEPAtDf. Blount Jr.. lot, 5, block "O' Old City Indian Territory. aggravated.! Ther not developed much. and- L.A .,.. 1524 1537-s I!:...................................................:
100.Leslie Muscogee Mill and elevator company tsr poetry i Lead.,. ScH 85> I ___ .. __, _
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; E. Brooks. to J. D. Waters % ; railroad _shops. in this' but there Is truth and it is: I.C ....... 17fP"* 180 ; ; : ; ;:

undivideded interest In lot fronting 363 Atoka-Oil and gas company a_ wonder that more people don't get Mt ... l-'l'f i24'{ : .... ,..
Wagonr-$50,000 water rid of these ailments., The medicine .
ft. on Garden street and 244 ft. on companj' CaD. K5 ; 17S''
Florida Blanca 290 ft by :360: ft on Gar Boko cht-$100.000-coal company. that cures' them-Hood's Sarsaparillais l'f.' Y.O .. ... 134-j l34P.O ', A Money Saver
den street '$1000 and other considera- Kentucky. e.1"ltytoobtalnel and'there Is abun- 101 llX11R.D.G. Sucrene -
tions. Loui-Tille-$1,500,000 ice and cold dant proof thaf-its cures are radical ..t..*.. 144'. WJi< : r-
storage plant; 100-ton ice factory; and permanent: St.P .- 1s221844! & ) Saves at the tart, keeps |
W. T, Coleman to C. L. Gulley all on eavn
............. ..
ILl.- 2 34%
$25 000 lumber *
his right title and interest in and to company.GlasgowLumber :. t and at the same time makes a stronger i
milL ': SR..a.--; ............... 38 *<* Horse
f. !' SW% of SW i. Sec. 14. T 3, N R 22 "* T.C. L.\]. 100 IM 4 and letter Lorse. It's ideaL It',

$ W. containing 40 acrs. $200. Louisiana.Lake supply company, Penn............. l4o'i 145; 4 t economicaL It. wliolctome. Try it. J
y Leslie E. Brooks to Richard Laster Charles-Packing plant. Asbeville-$20,000. cold storage com U.---- 157 158". "
!i.:6: N 9i'-- ft. lots 1. 2 and 3. block 1-1:; New Orleans-$150,000 development pany. : < : .:: Feed
.$ New City, Tract. $8Qj). company Jt $100,000 lumber and coop- Morganton-'Canning factory.Durham SOLO IN THIS CITY BY
e" ge company; $50,000 )lumber com -$100,000 lumber and trust Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter.
I slie''E. Brooks to John Laster S. F. S. MELLEN & CO.
pan; $40,000 bottling works. corn pony. .Nw York, Jan. 12.-Liverpool ca- -.. .J. S
40 ft. lots 1 2 and block
3. 134.: New -
CHAS.BLUM&CO.: City, $600. S company.Bienville$10,000 land ana1:! timber Dunn-Hardware. company.Oklahoma.' b'es! were disapomting! again this ... m- -a--j-

: 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. I C J. Hardy': to Mo&es Ljnian, E. 32 Mississippi. morning:showing a decline of4 points -- -
Stroud-$20.000 cold storage
?t JACKSONVILLE. FLA. j ft lots 4 and 5 and W. 18 ft. lot 6, blk.. Yazoo Citj-$10,000 bottling( works.3teridianl0.000 company in spots while arrivals were reduced I v -

13, Belmont Tract $900. supply company. Hmnessej-$15,000'light, power and 5 to 7 points on sales of S.OOO bales. '
Leslie E. Brooks Marston & Quina Missouri.Joplin$100,000 ice company. Our markets opened somewhat loner' NEW

Morris DannheisserFormerfy lots 4. :5; and 6. block 106 New City, $1 mining company; Oklahoma Citj'-$59500.lana'- and hut the markets fluctuated on narrow I rlV6BrunswJckeBalkeT3ul6SEverything I
and other considerations. lead and lines during' the forenoon. There was
zinc company; $50,000 mining company; $500,000 milling company; 1
( Dannheisser Bros.) William A. Miller io Edward Smith company. S : $50.000 stone and lime company,. !some hammering by the bear crowd| POOLPARLORS Up-to-Date.
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fin. June 26, 1S06.! S& of SWJJ, NV'/4 of St. Louis$ OOOO lumber company; $:00,000 'gold ;dredging, company early and very little support was i:
: Wines. Beer and Tobacco. SW't and 'SWH of NW'4 St>c. 28. :3.: $;;0.000 investment company; $50,000 Canton-$60,000*- stone and .Ifme forthcoming: ,owing to the disappointment I 14 Ease
I- 31 N and W. (less N% of SWi of NW building company; $25,000 box factory company. ", ::. over the first daj's session of I Government Street.J. .

; Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty Ji 20 acres) 14019 acres. $1000. ; $50,000 lumber company;. $50- South rCarolina.OrangeburgCement the Cotton Grower's convention at:' A. BILLINGSLEY Prop.

t2 W. Zarragossa Street I C. N. Manning to F. Marston and E. investment com pan}'.. WOI ks. New Orleans where absolutely I' _
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. G Quina. i Jots 2. :3. 4. 5. 6, 11. 12. 17, 18, Ad'ance-30.000 milling. company. Walirt"nvl1le-$5"OOO' development nothing was done to give those favor. -J.- -1

4 19. 2021. block 190.. East King Tract. Union-Handle factor' )'. company. able to the. market any ideas upon -- ----- -- ----" .

: 'I E. or R. U 61250. Galena Mines.oMb Bishopville-$20/000:!( / ) loan and trust! which' to work. this load hence their Inactivity.
... Lee Danlell to Robert T Thomas rlj'-$50,000 land company.. company. We think the January, option is being avoided' the long side
lots 13 and 14. block 63 West King Kansas City-$5,000 heating and Columbia Quarrying ccmpanv. sold heavily: by the large spot interests Room traders :account.
Tract $1.00.and other considerations. p'umbins company; $5,000 box factorS York ville-$100000 cotton mill. 'who have bou'ght largj lots of I: of the market on
be well! not to underestimate -
It would !
'To the ManHunting I Mrs. Ella McCall to I>. Hale Wilson SGOO,000 cotton mill. Charleston-$150.000 building ,and actual cotton and stored it in ware|i,i the importance of (ha Cotton:ir u-1

;, lot 1. block 337 :New City 2250. North Carolina. lean company; $125,000 cenrnt com. houses and they are now selling Jan-1'i Growers Convention. The delegates i, SEEDS
.\. A. Fisher to T. H. Lannon. lots Raleigh-$50,000;) land and lumber pany. nary IIi order to deliver this cotton' without exception are intelligent and

I 17 and 18. block 6; New City. $180.R. ccmpany Conway'-$10000 lumber company. on their contracts and the professional have endorsed conservative policies.
A W. Sublett to John W Malov, lot Wilmington$ O.OOO machinery and:: Florence-Power plant. .element do not care to shoulder l The tendency is In the right directionand

16, block 103 Pensacola New City Greenv111e-lOO.000. ; ice factory ,- I fallacies are losing rather than WHICH
I : r-H
company plan; $600. Tennessee. gaining support. Another year Will I
T Shelby ville-$100/000( carriage .and -------- 'I I 'I
c I Witness the augmentation of ,the farm-
Comfortable buggy factory. er's powers as a price maker and the!
$25WARRANT REWARD For Polite i I Knoxvilie-$750,000 water works. Handsome consumer will never again arbitrarily ;

'. I Chattanooga-$10,000 investment, I I fix the,price of cotton. ':] SUCCEEDWhen
I I I cern pany. j .. We think there has been consider
Memphis-Carnage and wa'son factory -! Premiums ForCae.DMonde able hedge selling In the past. few,|(

Shoe! I ;, plaster factory' S days and anyntttmpt to uncover these
t Correspondencequality
I Cooke\ille-Laundrv.
hedges will result in a rapid aQ'vanc
Nashville-$2.000.000 land and coal You Buy
I .. In prices. The important fact that ,
cm pany. ,S '" spots are sailing at a premium over Get the Best.
an.d correctnessare Centre\ille-$50OOO phosphate com
futures must not be overlooked so:;
4i \Ve, unhesitatingly recommend .. the two' principaltl'atl1res p ny. Coffee Wrappers. that it i is only a question of time when It's the Cheapest in the End.
which: interest Texas. the price of pot cotton must be lowered .j I
t the REGENT. We've those buying correspondence Palestine-Gas plant.M'ziaMacbine or the price 6f futures go much]
sold them for and stationery. Our. Shops. safe de Monde Coff e is of I
years i higher we think the latter will be Jbe;,
unusual fine' flavor and .
Tyler- works. aroma.It
Bottling ,
each month sees the number : case and for this reason advise the;
s I Swt' er-HOOOOO lumber com-I brews a cap fit for the go<18. of little Landreth'sNew
I cotton break
I purchase on any ,
of sales Increase. Of Box |. In addition to
the best
Paper getting
; ,. I pany, p ::which may occur.. Once the world ,
course this can mean but : -', I rown TilletO.OGO'constru. ion. in Coffee, if >ou will save the i realizes' that they are face to face I

one thing that they give :: company. wrappers ,you will be given I:with a cotton famine and no one who I II
at Z5 35. '
;; a comfortable housing to 1 ,, : +;: -- I Palactas. -J7.500 lumber. :,an 1. hardware f handsome premiums. I has! studied the conditions during the:]
: f -. Y.-: Ask us for list
: company ; < : !flrtsent: season doubts this fact In .
i- the foot look well and Crop
and i .f' Fbrt Worth- ?50TODO"construction TWENTY-FIVE CENTSA the least there will be a demand for
::1: near well. This shoe 50c. company j $20.2qo. trttUng: -',. 08; I both the actual stuff .and. contracts,
for the arrest of tills wo: POUND. Ii I
i: 5,000 manufacturing t tVj.rgl tt
I 'company..
question Is one that will man. / that will push prices upward verjfasL "
1; ia.' DOVE BRAND LARD guaranteed i
bear investigating. Ij I "VVir shetiff: atoneFuniak Springs,: I possess;; thp /qualitjea' HQuston..Electrlc light plant; ."" absolutely pure. and. I| Just Received.
Florida; $J5.CO.re-ward for the jchil.t. in the highest degre- Brand
: S ,5- Richmond--$25,000( clothing l factory like Dovf Hams is the
:1 Fisher Monroe::Douglas This woniai, We have other Bo I kind. :The Original. -
: Florence Wood' kidnapped him from 1 S Papers up to $4.50 and ,'GO.QOOenef>r company. PURE LARD insist on DOVE Foley & ,Co.. Chicago. originated

Freeport Fla. on the night of September $5500 also bulk'paper -- BertoniO0Olime, 'brick.:! and cement BRAND.. In 5 and 10-lb. tins. Honey and Ta as a throat and lung

6th. 1905. The child is 6 years oli, and envelopes: atany; : company.: : I dome Specials in Peters' Milk I remedy inj on account of the gnat
fair skin. light hair has upper fore price ypu wlih.; '.:. Ibss.1YU3.000 manufacturing Chocolatef, 10. 15. 20c..
off -.,. merit and popularity .Foeys Honey W. A. D'Alemberte.f
H. 0. ANSON teeth rotted ; yery plump weight \ company c ,
about 50 pounds:; very bright: child. .. SUndardsville,-. .$1,(iOO,900 ''grapjiite and Tar many Imitations are offered
Expenses paid both waya delivering .. -* for the ger.uict. These worthless Imitations f -
company : > -! Druggist and Apothecary,.
r child to DeFuniak Springs Fla., in addition ". have similar
: CASH CLOTHIER, 5- West Virginia. LAZ, JACOBY sounding names.
: to, the (25 reward: COB'SBookstore2l3SPalifoxStfHt. : I Charleston -$100>00t construction Beware of them. The genuine Foley'i I 1elBpho 103.
-1!. A. DOUGLAS f company; $1. ()OO'OIland( \ and ucoal .. THE.POPULAR GROCER. Honey and Tar i* In a yellow pack-
Corner Palafoxud Main. -. Father" of the chili < 121 i South Pilifoi Street.
S company. t1" t eFairmont$100.000 axe. Ask for it and refuse any substi
< 14. W. $,rden St Phone 183: i
DeFunlak,Springs Fia $ T'I I I machinery plant ";. tute.' W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist

TJanlm _______ \"heel1ng-lOOttOO coal company and apothecary.! -
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