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 16, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Cresting Analysis of Its Needs General Aida R. Chaffee Fifty-Six Days Allowed for ,the *; GAME, FOOT Open Door Debate'Sr /d by Resolution _

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Transmitted to Chairman Presentment. of New # i IS UNDER'THE'BAN.: Intro' /d by
Resigns as Cl/iej'-oJ Staff ASS' N. t 4 _
5- By Associated Press. 01; !
Mr. Bacon
Gallinger. .. Evidence. 1Boston Jan. 15.-Official an.. & _ _
of;' nouncement was made today ''

ethat Inter-Collegiate ,football '

MERCHANT MARINE ---------4- Was to Have Been Executed ,During Executive Officers Met in New Orleans #ft* has by a been vote prohibited of the Board at'Harvard of Over- NO INTERFERANCE :

seers until the has.., been Ia.-
Next Week.' '.: With Harmony Pre ft reformed1. The announcement ftft _ -1

was made that the:action had *

Benefited vailing. *> been taken by the board at ,a ft On Part of United States COIR
h Be Proposed Legis- BEFORE GOVERNOR j: secret meeting held last week. ftft
Athletic interests expected ft sidered Best Policy.

lative Measures. HIGGINS WAS WITH FULL CON- JORDAN RE-ELECTED PRESIDENTAND ;'- some action but were surprised ft
fat the radical move. Ths overseers *
i' should be discontinued until ftft ENTANGLEMENTS WITH AFFAIRS.
ARMY PUTS.BOTH ARMY AND athletic sports< had reported tot ft I
the overseers what changes MOST SURE TO FOLLOW PARTICIPATION ill
NAVY ON RECORD AS FAVORING i\Ir '- ORGANIZER $5,000. were proposed in the'game andA;
ft until this report has been acted s? IN INTERNATIONALS
MEASURE-WILL GO FAR TOWARD ) /) By Associated Press, i'on ana? approved by the-over- ftft


//I///I.!/ I Patrick, the Nsw Yo,'k, .lawyer .coavicted :: > By Associated Press RESULT IN WAR. j
CONGRESS. execution'in New Orleans, Jan. 15..-The: executive -
S awl awaiting Sing

Sing! prison next week for'the' murderof : i I committee,of the Southern Cotton -, ,, ,

Special to The Journal. ii;; William Marsh Rice. 'ik,:New York Association held Its business meeting I By Associated Press '

\la-tningion., I). C., Jan. 13.: -A most City iu 1900 was reprieved this after'1'today with almost. a full board sitting. FRANCE TO TAKE Washington. an. 15.-Mr. Bacon suo-J '
noon by Governor Higgins until MarchIS ceeded today in securing an open door'
ter'fl; ; anal))'sis of the needs of The proceedings were marktd by the '
a space: of fifty-six dayS !i discussion of the Moroccan question.( ?: .
&111:' 1 irtm>poit service has been forarid 1/I: ; utmost harmony Hai-vie Jordan -was .t I1E
ofVar Taft toeflahit This reprieve was granted ,for the, by the benate. The result was accomplished
purpose of. giving Patrick's counsel re-elected president and Richard VENEZUE A TO by the Introduction of a res,, '.t' '
J. H. GaUln er. of New Hamp,1111 /
: ihairman of th' Joint Commission I/f time to bring before the trial, court I Cheatham secfetary, 'F. H. Hyatt of olution making a general declaration I

,Merchant: Marine. who placedte 50'S alleged newly discovered evid nce, !I C lumbia. S. C., was elected treasurer against interference: the-part of the t

ame aefore the senate today. It : Its granting followed a, hearing before and Geo. T. Jester, of Corsicana. Tex government of the United States in -

H. > .implied by a special committeei the governor and! was in ,accordance -' TASK any controversy among European nations -
staff, of which Lt. CoLS as, vies president in place of CoL,Pe ,
i ::1 i :general with the request of former Sen- concerning Internal affairs. Mr/ tBacon's
a Leach, was: chairman and trans- ters. The salary of the president was
through Gen- ator Hill Judge William K. Oicott. o! resolutions is as follows:
I I0 the Secretary
m t,1; Oaffee.: : chief of staff. As th'3 ___ counsel: l for Patrick and with full consent fixed at $;.lOOO) ;* Secretary""' Cheatham's I "Resolved by the senate, that interference *

of its kind, it is properly of District << Jerome who salary raised from I with participation in
Ir i'''uort Attorney; was:: twenty-five Diplomatic Relations Broken Off or any; 1"i

< Mat1? 'i' of much interest.: was'' present, in person. : hundred to t irt -.sx hundred dollars.1 controversy between European governments i
In o-ing: the committee of the genera It is aossib'e! that i. to European Inter .., :'
Patrick will be I and Naval Demonstration relating
The the treasurer fixed
! : Mnff says: "So far as concerns salary. of, was
granted a new triaL t I I national questions is a violation of the .
tie 1:1: : !r' Its of military transports i at five hundred dollars'and the vice ;
other as.p'ifl Probable. well defined policy of
an' u&flt1Ofl.:i subsidy or GENERAL ADNA R. CHAFFEE. well settled
: '" t h v tae United Stat s to the I president serves without salary. Thesaary this government which has been rec-

\:ut"an. ( Merchant Marine will, pro- I By Associated Pr, 's.I i Chaffee does! not 'go on the retired list of the.general financial organi- ognized and observed for more than a
':mt, th' greatest return for the moni Washington, !Uan. 15.-Lieut.\ General until February 1, but desired to reliL- &7 Associated Press
i tip nded if the legislation I is>> soiramed I | quish the duties of chief. of staff thathe Will CQNTINUETHE i zero F. D. Smith, who was duly elected century j>
Adna fl Chaftee his! !
! ;a'" to require or strongly encourage todayMtendsred' might have fifteen days leave of, according to a suggestion in mass! Paris, Jan. 15.-It was announcedlate Mr...
;he construction of ships of resignation as chief of, staff, U. S.!.absence before retiring from active today that the foreign office had tion in'tae

Ilk two sizes and with the proportion I army to take effect to-day and it was' service. General Bates, assistant meeting, was fixed at five thousand sent an order to M.\ Taigny to break ble

y;' '.r o34ements; described in this report accepted by the president.. General chief of"staff, will succeed as -c1i':! ;f. REVIVAL do'lar&ajear.!! off relations with Venezuela, but the to asL"I
This endorsement of the shipping -
11\ hths general staff of the I Taigny had not jet officially notified tries. He 1i

8-nt', rmaled with that previously I Argument Continued in BEiMJ. ROBINSON the Frgnch government of the,receiptof tude the 4 I

KHn in/ :h"- general board of the: his .instructions. The point
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nan' h.o'iKh!: Admiral Dewejits The Temps this afternoon referringto .
and Case
pivMiin'. i brings Loth departments in Gaynor DIED YESTERDAYWELL
the Venezula dispute said: "France trol In Morocco or whether Germany,
I'!,' for toe bill and it is expectedtheir .
r'omm'ndatIons, made for the having exhausted all conciliatorymeans shall share in that control. s :

ftr>i niuf, will go far toward assist- By Associated Press been concluded at adjournment but I I I will probably be obliged to proceed -The question may be settled so as

ZK/ rh passage of the bill through Savannah Ga., Jan. 15.-In the fed- are likely to be concluded tomorrow., KNOWN CITIZEN EXPIRED with a naval demonstration.. to bring peace," he said, "and it may '
ftp '. Judge Speer will then take the demur- Rev. Mr. Robertson Decides to '
>\\tni- to- France's pacific attitude since 1903. "
eral court Greene and Gaynor case YESTERDAY MORNING AFTER II determined as to bring war.
Conveys Plain Lesson. ers under consideration and if hjj decision I so
Th. funkness of the general staff day the time was taken up! 'by argument is rendered in time the clatter Remain Here Until WednesI LINGERING ILLNESS. her forbearance and her moderation He asserted that all European governments

to lommentlng on the transport ser- for the defense and for the government of a jury will be tak;n up. It not that since the occurrence .of the cable affair regarded war as a possible

ril'" J in 'h(> Spanish war and drawing aeOflmparmom i.pon the defense's demurrersto stage of tho case will remain for consideration day Night. --- give proof of her patience and result, but even if peace was to be the 5,
: between what shipping is indictments. Arguments had not \Vednesda3GASIIWR-. I repugnance to take bellicose steps."
I Benjamin Robinson, a well known result it would be quite as injurious &a
505 rt'liable and what should be I
citizen; of Pensacola, and who who would be because of the prece-i-
In .
inn' .1 is almost astonishing
sal CO-UPIS a plain lesson. Speakingof : TOOK Owing to the exceptionally, large had many friends and ,acquaintances UNKNOWN SAILOR dent it would establish. "i St

tu Santiago!: expedition of 1898 the CHEROKEE A I congregations which have greeted in this city expired yesterday morning I Mr. Bacon 'said this country Is as

reixiri! days that the Quartermaster I Evangelist Robertson during the past at 6 o'clock at hi home, No, 17 WAS DROWNED committed to the doctrine that
Depanm.-nt Ameri- few days, he has decided to remain much "
every East Jackson street, after an illness foreign alliances must I
:'hil4iuic in
ports the twenty daysokiwing at the First Presbyterian church until -! constitution.
(! :! the declaration of war." As ., l months. | SUPPOSED TO HAVE FALLEN the written
i "wit of this strenuous endeavor it Wednesday night. The deceased had reached the age -

"Valued( onlj! :36; vessels averaging Associated Press By Associated Press Sunday Mr. Robertson( conducts of forty years, and had been a resi-'' FROM BAYLEN STREET WHARF TWO CALLS FOR

5w, gr (.,s tons and of these; but two By three services and the attenuianc at cent of Pensacola for ,
*w o\,
?('OnJ,," It continues "afford ample Archibald. his two mates fand the phreys, cashier of thg Bank of Wad- service a Jars> congregation filled He was a lumber and timber, inspectorby NIGHT.An THE FIREMENWERE ,

"uence thai the safe arrival was due life saving: crew abandoned the, ley, and superintendent of a Sunday} the church and Sunday school 1'0'1' profession, and had held; numerous

: 'nl ood fortune of continued fine stranded steamer Cherokee to-night.!If(hool. shot himself to death thl and the children's services in the; af positions of trust during his residence: I

tfi'her A s-vere storm encounter The vessel will probably be a total j!i morning. The bullet entered his!t ternoonwa: also well attended t: here.He unknown sailor who had been SENT IN YESTERDAY AF.
ould have scattered the fleet, prob- wreck. neck. Mr Humphreys leaves wife ingst, have ben gratifying to the distinguished -I was taken ill several months '
.V with great loss of life and would a divine to note the n\inner and although'in' bad health COL- in this port for several weeks, was TERNOON WITHIN A SHORT 1 .
ao:; ,
h\ defeated the object of the exNi'ion. and four chih'rcn. The caube of the. .In which the children received the i drowned Saturday night ors;>Sunday
There 1 is: nothing'! except its FATHER SUTTON st'iciaeis not known.FORGERIES. siinple illustrations of gospel l maters.If .! tr.ued! with his duties for some time morning by falling from Baylen street WHILE-ONE HOUSE '
of the delivered afterwards, when he was compelled to .
Wci.abfui any sermons by .
arrival to justify its depar- wharf into! the bay. At least t this is
hrmIhe: fitting: up of these ships MEETINGS i Mr. Robertson during his visit to cease work ., I DAMAGED. ,
I CLOSES; TOTAL Pensacola deserve special mention, it thie: supposition as the man'w'as seen .
I'a little more than normal. I He leaves' a ,wife a son, two, __ _
:,\"i. -ookins/ could be done on board I v'
ship -xiept to make coffee. Sanitary I A COOlI\1IllI0N : Le preacher pan "Final Julgement." loss in addition to a large circle of II appeared to be drinking. The fire department had. two cails'Icsterday
I TSe largo congregation present was .
'! ani;.nients were crude and Jnsuffitlon' WHICH HAVE BEEN ATTRACTING acqaintances. The aaiior who left a steamship at ) afternoon within thespace
impressed with the thrilling eloquence friends and
ventilation there was prac- I I : this about two weeks since did of about an hour, and in both cases '
1, * .. I discourse! with rapt alt: ntIon. this' afternoon, t 3:30 o'clock I not give his name to those with whom the hose carts responded quickly. .
could By Associated Press
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not have embarked under '
ST. JOSEPH'S, CHURCH. I I Services will be conducted tonightand I The first call was: from box 37, lo- j
rl't: !sonaule( church by Rev. P. H. be associated.! When deserted'the
ovr-sea transport condi- I Cleveland, Jan. 15.-Additional also to-morrow morning anunlghl at Christ I cnted in the northwestern! portion ol A "
''1tIk.: a force of wore than 8.000 or forgeries discovered by the bankers!i : Whaley, and the .remains will be steamer he went on a tfshmg.smack of the' city. This proved to be a false Z

lOtlnu m1, anti whrn so embarkedthe rest in St.,:John's .I & Co. and was sent in on account of
,., committee to-day makes the total j placed at cemetery.The the fleet of Warren ,was considered alarm, and
11 ii'iou' could have been despatch- Rev. Father XavlerSutton, the eminent !- i patties burning a quantity of
friends of tha deceased some
YACHT following that business.
spurious securities put out bj the FRETTY PLEASURE a good man at
"(* "II a long missionary who bas been con- tij:
voyage only at great jo:1lIt trash in the 'ard
': of the welfare of the men and I ducting services at St. Joseph's,' late L. 'IV. Prjor amount to one million !!-I. REACHES. THE'CITY \vill serve as pall: bearers: : J. S. Mc- The vessel had just returned to port t.! The second alarm tooweve\ \vas ''

or? 'h. siiivess of th- enterpris3." church during the pat weak, closed dollars. The examination of the I I Gaughey, Knowles Slyer W. C. Jones and the man had madeonly.one, trip from box 47. near the union depoc, f'
of the pleasure yachts
One prettiest
All Vessels Available. I, the last of his meetings Sunday night other',:concern's books is still in progress:ta visit Pensacola in many month is John Massey: C. Rv Burgoyne and when he was drowned: He,,was about, where the two story frame building. -
rmi.auing' the report; comments on," and departed yesterday for I and no complete Is aval.- Onward John Maxwell.U. ,well I known as the ojd McClay home was
f report jet now in port. It is the a gaso- 23 years of age and was liked by the Sulh' ,5
cam. It adjoins
;that in i points. found ablaze.
this small and badly.flpl :
at-,able. 1 lite launch ownei: by Capt. J. C with whom he ;
those was acquainted.The :
all largely Wright street, and
: meetings weT ]
5': I The on
JURORS property
were all the vessels ob Matthews: of Basccm, Ohio and I ij S. COURT van t
''ainanip tended showing great interest I body was found early Sunday; short while it looked as though
vithout! the Impressment ofim many I for a
having been UNTIL
: practically a new vessel : DISCHARGED FRIDAY
."i." .,in : la the subjects the well known priest I I ,' wharf and I the buildtog would be destroyed, as
or purchase of foreign COURT DECIDES II I launched only! a short tinE since. morning near the as soon
each nIght, and as a consequence evidently had a goof start I '
"u .'s 'to our present condition! spoke: upo'n the congregation grew with I The captain! with his wife threes I I The jurors in ,the United States j as possible: was recovered and viewed the fire been smouldering for soma ', 4
n''t.tl staff makes the following1: I I Cr(>:l' and J. and had .
"Miss er
night the churchwas children have been serving since by Judge Landrum. | however soon extinguished
each lecture. Sunaay court who j time. The firemen
"""' a[ it and AGAINST A. C. L. the pleasure '
app ars that now. sub- J Miller compose party. '
when he took as his convened, were yesterday the the blaze but the damage
n immediate future the force filled and I They have 'been out for several the term It Is thought that while under ;! .
21 \\hi-h OUr military establishment'j icctVhy I am a';.Catholic masterly, man- j months stopping at many places and I discharged until Friday, and consequently Influence of intoxicant tin man walk- will amount to considerable. boarding ;. ', fl
used a
handled it i in a most will ba but few mat- The place is as
southward. Their there x
msInamned cannot Le exerted over cruising leisurely I
satisfactory f td overboard. > the file
explaining in amost By Associated Press house": and from appearances
'","a ld<- first; quick blow so very and\I ncr his congregation the reasons .: 1 destination is :Miami where they propose -I|tens: to come bfore ,the court: during' The remains were placed in S1.I I between the roof and the s'
.r rtnslv: important cannot at all, manner to I II Washington.! Jan. 15-In an opinion i to spend Vome moths and then this pero!>d. All of the country members originated t
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faith the Sea
why he was of that I !I John's cemetery the ,Star, of ceiling. *
>n an 'tpedition of any greater I Sutton goes by Justice White the Supreme! Court' Etart on the return trip.! of the! j juries wefe'discl-arged} for "- Ce
Pensacola Father Assembly defraying the expenses
''h .'mbarked without 'delay! exT'P -I From Molino. Floiaaton Century and;; of the United States affirmed the de-1 1I The Onward is fitted with every I the term.. i :
: b, the vessels." to convenience possible in a boat of her Yesterday the suit ;>f Nelson Shelby : DISMISSED PROM
use of foreign other towns in that vicinity. I I cision of the United States Circuit -
N- RR. Co. ,
of &
is about 15
!v '-oad:tion! cannot improve until th! in Pensacolahe size ani build. She Jr.. vs. the was DECLINED
h'rto Durin-s! his short stay i Court:; for the district of South Carojiii.i capable of aakiiit returning a verdict 1 '
: an b. going merchant marine friends, who will be j tens nat, and I[ heard thg Jury .. 3'
"a" n"'eas-d in tonnaee: to approxi-! glad to ?greet many him should be ,again: re in the case of the State versus the] tml1 s an: hour. It is expected that::' the sum of $175 in favor of tha plain- NAVAL ACADEMY

tnat" ".o and a half times its pres- turn. i Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Th shewill leave to-dayon her voyage. tiff. ___ PUBLIC OFFICE .

:\1 uiiumby the addition of ships I case was appealed by the State from I I S .-
jaamnd m size and design to quick FIELD IS IN. BALFOUR DEFEATEDBY A .,WELL KNOWN TEXASNEWSPAPER Associated Press I
MARSHALL I a decis'on! of the Circuit Court holding 1000 MAJORITY MAN DEAD. By Associated Press.Washington. By
into suitable transports DANGEROUS CONDITION L
let I that the Cheraw and Darlington 'l: Uan. 15-J. C. Naplei, Washington, Jan. 15"-Secretary
ouilt tinder conditions which Railroad owned the f. and banker of.Nah- Bonaparte to-day approved the; sea
!:lk ; Compannow by By Associated Press By 'Associated Pres a negro lawyer
> th"|r voluntary surrender to the By Associated PressNw Atlantic CoastLine be from I Gerald W. ,, CoU Robert G yule Tenn., who was recently,offered tence of dismissal Imposed by the
tlllr'd States 15A: bulletin re-'I exempt Lon-Jon,-,Jan. 13.- Balfour. Galveston; Jan..,, 15.- ,
demand foregone York Jan. ) in the
1'OI lusin.; on a conditkhi of .Marshall taxation under its charter. The decision -I who was president of the local board Lowe, owner; 'and publish of the the position of United States consul court mania] at ease
'I AS such provisions are parding the o'clock to-nigat'i against th! state is on the ground in,t'e: Balfour cabinet was defeated at Galveston News died to-day after a at Bahia. Brazil called on the:,president -of Midshipman Trenmore Coffin on t .
j in it is issued at eleven of and ordered JUt
Field hazing
the shipping bill. is still very low,-with I that the charter'was In the natnre-of. I Leeds today the Liberal majority being !short illness. He was born in Scot. to-day aDd thanked him for the i conviction .
the patient
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contract. years age. proposed
a thousand. seventy
'r ntlnud on Fifth Page) small chance ot recover, over one J 11a and was I

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Old Savannah Ga., Jan. 15.-The naval ,
stores'market closed! today as follows:

NATHANIEL WW.. ,.> ... .. ;'.' .. '.. .....6 10
.... ilOk! bottle1., wo,. r. .. '-.. .. '.. ... '.. ... ..s oo "head" that
at the 1'.5.. .. .. .. ., 70 It's this useless IF'

M ... .. .... .. .: < .. .. ..5 15 ,makes cigar cost you 5 cents.._ -
I get acquainted with K .. .. .. _."... .. .. .. .. ..4 90 cleverness and
Quaker ADAMS it call for it. Then ;1 .. .. _.. -. .. .. .0 .. .. ..1 35H It takes considerable time.
\ |' .. ... .. ._. :.;. .. .. .. .. ".3 75iG I to form the 'head" on a cigar. .
\ j you 'will have no i I .i. .... .1-'..S-. ; .. .r.... -:..:..3 55 cigar with the head
; IF .. .. .... .. .. .. ..- .. .'_ ....s soIE And that's why one on
other. The most ; .... .. .;'. :: .. .. .: .. .. ..3 45D it costs you three times as much as an Old.l
R Full Text of Letter 10 Govarnor I .. '.a :.,*..t_:. .. .0 .w.. -.,3 40
: gin on the; market | :i C.__ ... .." ..*... .. .. .. .. ,..3 35 Virginia! Cheroot.

: : ,, Withdrawing from Board of r best. Always| Spirits Turpentine. 65 cents.1AUSi.Y' .. .

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S i Control. e v e r disappoints. : & CO.'S REPORTS OLD' VIRGINIA

v. ir Mellow with years. out aU'wcakness. !.iv. :pool! Cctton Market. 1
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It is stated that the dispatch ssnt strength t J. n.-Fb: .,..,...6.03 .
# Smooth, rich, pure, and delight Fel.:iMar..,... ..?..-.6..11& CHEROOTS
,from Tallahassee relative to the resig: vitality and COURAGE Yar.-Apr11.: ....:,._.......................8,11APnt.
. .. nation of Hon. Nathaniel :Adams diJ'' "4. 4 .>>&y.........."" '.......'...10. ...:.... ..U4 '
fully stimulating. ''not state the case fairly to that! gen- ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT"B&B" M&r.Ja.ne; _..................".6..11' Package! of 3 for 5 cents

of his &...0.- or.e-ja1y..,.............,.i............,_..ale...
: tlcsian.. and upon request JQIY'AQIlU.t ;...,._..' ....... :.......... 6..19; (Jf cheroot is a cigar made without the head)
: Time and !fi'ends The Journal f repro'uecs::: his" Atlanta A.a.lf-{ September! ..... ...,,, ;t...." '.": .
. money spent to letter of resignation in full pt ;be.-OCkber ............:. ,i,:.....;. !..';
White Springs Fla.., Jan. 5, 1906.I I Outober-Nov.-mber ......._....... ........... If you want: a cigar that's all cigar-no
make want it again if }lovbm December .............:.... ....... "head" for and then off and
: you you To His Excellency, Hon. N. B. Bro-, erembcr.J.1"Q&ry ............................ useless to pay clip
t r order once. ard, Governor Tallahassee Florida f fI' -- --- ---- L:verpool Spots, 0.20 throw away-made from five different.evenly

., ,I' Dear SirThe'State of Florida. has,( Florida a d-Alabama blended grades of fine domestic tobacco, and

: ..ai t jat Lake City, broad grounds and ample New York Cotton Market. made in the cleanest cigar-factory in the
Phone 16. Lewis Bear & Co.. < buildinss,- which, with slight inexpensive -. LAND COMPANY Open Rig] > Low 0Js" ose
I r 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St I II 115 11.48 hAl 1UM7 world-all you have to do is to pass over a
would meet
Pensacola. Fla. 4. improvements Manuiaciuren of February.......... ..... ...... ...... ..... Cheroots"
I her requirements for University purposes and Dealers in Mirch. >...11.fiO 11.67 1U3 11.6>64 nickel and say Old Virginia
fcr generations-,. come. April...... wherever cigars are sold.'
M*r.... .._.........1174 1175 11.67 11:7.j:3
: The State of Florida ha-s thousands AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Jane...,.. .,. ..... ..... Your'S cents will buy three of the, million.
: De Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin upon thousands .of.'children of school I July,...;....1173; 1181 1173 U.77-78 Old Virginia Cheroots smoked every.day.
age that are_ annually denied at I August......... ... ..... ?
1 i "II'I:!" thorough common) school'' education I Safes! :Safes! Safes! October..icti.Ieutember....'.... .... U83-;.... _'10...7S.. .1079-81..... Sold wherever they sell tobaccoTRADE :

for want of facilities.' Safes! November.....4.. ..... ..... ..... .XARS
The State of Florida 'spent between: I Buy Diebold Dei.'ember----------z..... ... .

.p $200.00 and $300.00 on' each .stul'ent: New York Spots. U05 _
::4 ] OLIVESpecial t who took a Collegiate or University Scarritt Moreno, -- .

; Amusements ; course last :year :and spent, I 'am ad- Agent. Cnlcago Grain Market

; vsed, lass than $500 ,each on her Wh"IIt...._-.. -.....
,," Open High Low Close
children who entitled to
were commonor
to The Journal. May_.P8*{ 80 88'88J$
I ;: OUre Jan. 15.-our Sunday school free school privileges. July.....:..._85tf KM S5tf *%
, S .Is progressing nicely. The little pupils The ssason has one great novelty in I do not believe that the Stats NEWSCleared. ,
I seem to take 'great Interest. We store for the pub1i -'a novelty that has should abandon, splendid and. ample j SHIPPING Corn.Open .
k hope that they -will continue to attend I ben awaited with impartience. a novelty buildings and. valuable lands, suitedto I filch Low Close -
-4 : and that the larger. ones may attend of which great things are expected May............tVi isg Wi; UJaly <
I$ : also. I and novelty which cannot fail to and now being used for University I' _.41 Vl .4ii t55 i "READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT.ROSES' 'l
1' .Misses Lula and Valley Flowers. fulfill"all the hopes and expectations purposes. ana needlessly in my Judge I'I
h : 4 of Pensacola were the pleasant guests that are heard regarding It. This nov ment spend a vast sum fcpproachin's New York Stock Market 11 i.'rn "
tj I of Mrs. EL G. Creighton last Sunday. elty Is the dramatization of Edward a million dollars to.build new Univer. Mane, 'Ger ss, Schrooder 831, for Close

-1 .Mrs. Minnie Went was the guest of Noyes Weotcotfs book. "David Ha- sity and let the children to whom Hamburg with 970.000 s ft lumber. I Southern Pacific..........._Open cS% 6s8 -'
Tt1 I IAFS.. Emma Uohn&on Sun-'ay last. rum" which is to m? seen for the first the State is under obligations to educate VESSELS IK CRT. Copper.-. 114 i 113KA FAMOUf
b 3 Misses Hattie and Viola Baistrou time her tonight. be negl tted. S.R. 151H lfi06,4 .
and Mr. Ben Howes and Mr Jessie The sale of If we had no' suitable buildings and ftUamanlp. I Atch... 96% Mi .,
seats for
i Newbanks of Pensacolarore the tlon of the preseata grounds and were providing for the Auguste Aust ss.. Hreglich '1777 i. A.R.. IW4 liB I FASHIO
: guests of Miss Lizzie Menitt SundayS toe play begins this morning children of our common schools at New Orleans 'to'Gulf Transit Co. I I R.R oj w4 OLD ..,
and It:"promises to be very large. Since i the same per capita that we 'spend August Belmont Br ss, 2967 ,Savannah -' B.& 0 ......... 1UJ* 115HErie I
. last.Miss Lillie Shupe of Pine Forest the announcement was mad of the polishing, in thg. University those to Gulf Transit Company. *<>% :.Gi will SI4hES
'ovas the guest of Mrs. i:. G. Creighton production' of the play here at popular II who_ha\9 a thorough common school I Antlqua Br ss Witten 1875, Vera C.I'.I ......................... e) 63 I .
prices, there have been numerous In. education, the State might be justified 'Cruz to master. U. 8. 44 44i -- b
last Sunday.Mr. quiries made regarding It. Some of I in the : fora 2213,I U.8...preferred............. 109 UB i
and Mrs. Marvin Merritt and expenditure: necessary Cayo Bonto: Br a. Widsery. FULL A LOGICAL! APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.
these !Inquiries R8. 87 sry; I
were made by telegraph -
I daughter were the 'guests of Mr. and new University. London to Gulf Transit Co.
.. I ILead
:Mrs. R. R. Smith last Sunday.Mr. many by.mail,_stili.more by tel It Is manifestly unfair alike to the Cobar.!! Br:iss,.Delziol Galveston to I L.4N.." 154 8'H 1K&e .1 TQTS."OLDRYE". We believe ANY :MAN wM guagehis purchase cf

I Frankie Jernigan and Miss ephone and a vast number in personat tax-payer and the school children, to order i L C ..-....... 1794 17854, Whiskey through an intelligent regard for his health.
Ruby Holihand made a flying trip. to the th atre. They all tend to show be taxed $5.00 for each child in the Exmoor Br ss, Storehouse. 2293" ,. Met .. 1M 125yJ OR We KNOW that ANY man is TOO intelligent to buy imitation -
i Pensacola Sunday last. the'enormous, amount of interest that common schools and $500.00 for each Bahla .Blanca to order. Can.Pao............... HI7* 174% whiskey, after he discovers hei,has been
p Miss Maggie Owslsy spent Saturday is being: taken in tb,3 play. Great University'student.EntertaJnir.'s' Gamma, Dutch ss. Tsensama, 1335;; N.T.C .. 154Ji U4 4 A FULL: tricked: "' The !crusade against adulterated articles ,
1 1r and Sunday last with Miss Lida care has ben exercise'1 in preserving e these vi'Wswhich West Hartlepooi) to order. P.O .::.' ..._ 100 i '10JS:. 9"QTS. of food and drink: has been so pronounced: that the ..r I'i-I
' 4i Tlpplna. at Ferry Pass. all of the- atmosphere of the book in teem at variance with;.the prevailing Good Hope,";Br ES. Harding. 2308, R'DG.1---------------. :. ..: 142 u "i buyer his learned the importance,of investigating
t4- 'Mr..Wlley .. Chorom of .MusoogeeTV "the play. This and the characterizations sentiment of tho Joint ,boards 'viz, the Cardiff to Gulf Transit Company. St.P .. .. WH 184P.I "OLDCORN"WHISKEY '.THOROUGHLY before accepting the claim of any
was a pleasant visitor at this place have' been among the novel' "Stat Board vt Education""and the Marie Ger cs,' Schooder 891 West -;;."-.....;. Z. 24 I dealer. We CHALLENGE investigation. "You can't
: j; Suntiay: last. chief charms. Mr. Brown gave much "Board of Control," and ,being unwillIng Hartlepoo] to Pensacola Lumber Com 8 B..... 88.t 35T.C.I. % be too critical to suit us. Our Famous Old-fashioned
1 'Mr. E. B. Williams is working near I thoughtind'careful study to the character to, lend my endorsement by serving pany.. .. ito 181 Express paid to Pre* Whiskies are far removed from the possibility of crit. ':
t1 fconts; this week. of JIarum and ils portrayal of : In"an official capacity. wlien the Njassa. ,Br .ss. Baker. 1786 Vera. Penn.. '' _M5V 11IJSO point in any the icism. They are as pure as Nat.re'. own Ingredients: canrial. 1
J .Mr. Jodie Creighton has resf ned I the-man as.described is admirable. Asa duties devolving. upon me would seem Cruz to F. O.Howe &: Company. .J.t.:7.'., : .-. ; U7 its>$ by South. Soj rea'd or PALATABLE;*them,and MEDICJHALLY TttULY: AGED PURE.by TIME.No household They are should MELLOW!: be

hie_position at Milton and returned. play"David Harum" has been an Immense t:> xf!'mand my acquiescence in the Tertia Ger ss, Martinson. 1396 Las Adams Lines without: them. Shipped in plain unmarked packages. All!
11i home. success and in all likelihood it views entertained by the majority 1 Palmes. Ausiey
Mr. and Mrs. "J1. M. Harper were the will lIve .and be popular for many beg to tender' herewith. you. Gov. Queen Christina. Br, SE. BraKe 2804, .New \York, Jan. 15.-our markets $3.40 absolue P.O.Money reliability Order is or a Exchange household current word. Remit in Atlanta.A by Express.
guests of Mrs. George Harper' Sunday years.' Mr Brown will be remembered renor, my resignation as a member of Hamburg to 01 der. opened active and stronger. 8 to 10 A*,- order m"Ve< a permanent customer 1'S

last.: : as a popular member of the Boston 'The Board of Control" and respect Vivlna, Span ss, Bustinza 1933. Liv" points higher owing to bullish cables THE R. M. ROSE COMPANY ATLANTA GA.
fully request its acceptance ,
I lang and many'other equally famed organizations. erpool to Gulf Transit Co. from Liverpool the English mark
I have the honor to be with
agreeable movement of the bowels .
.: He was with Marie Cahill Ships. showing: an advance of 12 points on ASK
without any unpleasant effect is I I In "Nacy: Brown" when that company respect Yours< Avon Ital ship Avegno 1601,Genoa spots while futures were up 10 to 12
Chamberlain's Stomach very truly, .
produced by
:I played here.Bankers. ':ATHANIEb ADA1LosnTTfM to Rosasco'Bros. point?., There was considerable cov
Liver Tablets. For sale by all -
and --- -
druggists. I I and Brokers.If Lisbon Elvira.to Port ordar.ship, Rodnques.1488 ering large southern by thorts houses around were th3 said opening to be, ;..;.;..- ;....,... ...... .... .. .-. ... 0

-. -- it l>e true-that the public are thbt Ruby. Nor ship, Erikson. 1333' London the principal buyers but prominent Interests
To break
f critics then "Bankers 'and Brok- upI to Southern States Lumber Co. ia New York appeared to be
Pt A GENTLEMAN'S. TASTE IS BEST ers" in \vMcd! Yorke & Adams will I" a prevent bad cold Pneumonia and ears.,. fighting tae advance. Reports from I iAUSLEY 6 COMPANY I I

( T SUITED WITH' A make! their first appearance at the CEWAATE the Bitters Armenia, Ncr bk. Nielson 11B8. Maneh2iter were encouraging in the ,
opera house next Friday night have is especially Treen to McKenzie Oerting &: Co extreme. Inquires increasing from ,
; nothing to fear judging from the reports Banff shire,- Ital bk, Maicnese ,SS&, India and the Orient at an advance, .
j ,CERTIFIED CHECK ,)f other cities !IU which they 'Start good.todavIt Genoa to master .over last week's quotations j | COMMISSION BROKERS, i
have appeared. '.' a'so' cures I Due Cuigini Ital bk. Olivarl, 1258; The convention at New Orleans ad- I I 11'I
I So CIGAR. Bankers and Brokers" the title Genoa to order. joarnsd, and while thsy pledgd themselves
All the qualities of flavor aroma of a' new and up-to-date musical comedy .I -- ''. .. Poor AppetiteHeartburn Edna M. Smiiu Br bk Rice,. 736. to a reducton: in cotton acreage | I 11!! ,WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. ;i

S color and goo material is which! !'s said to contain a tangi- Leith to order., and diversification\ in crops. they .
I_ embodied in It. able st tory and full of catchy Dyspepsia IGllt na. Dan bk, Pedersen. 765, in a measure rejected the propositionto
i2 A.Greenhut&Co. Yorke & Adams who are the musie'l Costiveness, Bahai. :hold their cotton for 15 cents sirn- I > Private Wires N. Y., N. 0", and Chicago. j
j .
the organisation.'are: well Numberg. 'Nor bk. Birkson. 1107. p'y! rjeolvjng ,to sell at that pries
DISTRIBUTORS.' edians and for a_ number of >'iars have Indigestion, Chiistiansand to A. Zelius.Paohno should !it be reached, tiia was dlsap: :
4 PENSACOLA FLORIDA. been head liners in vaudeville. B FForrester HRS Female Ills, Ital bk. Lairaqua, 1286.I ,t pointing to the bull crowd, as they | COnONSTOCKS'GRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS j;:
\ undr whose direction these Ii- Of Mal rla.r I Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros.Providenza had been.led to expct:: that all the remaining -
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1 Ital bk' Olcese, 1185. cotton held would be. ,
engaged George TottenSmith '
a j ji and Aaron Hoffman to write I Tonio. Ial bk. Tonmo. 1032. Genoa..1 unqualifiedly pledged to not Pss than) I i Bought: and Sold on Margin or for Inv ;tm nt. \! .

"Bankers and. Brokers" with'a distinct ) I Genoa to master. I' ip i c nts. We ourselves to be perfectly: .

I If! You understanding that it would be a Pruno Ital 'nit. Gibelli 12U. AntI -i candid do.not. believe there is any I II : Reference; First t National! and Peoples Bank Phone 1 I 73 t:
i : vehicle in:which Yorke &. Adams could i, I I \ erp. to order. I t cotton J Ml to hold and. snpl: speak-j C
display their peculiar talents. John'1-WI Soars da Costa, Port Baars bk, Marnaoi.' ting regard the whole affair ai a Krsatj ... ....... ... ... ....444-...O. .t... (I
r 604 Rio Janeno to & Co.
Young !has paInted the scenery for 1 .I I big bluJI..However, it may have the ef- ___ n
Venadis, Nor bk, Pettersen. '
Your Feet frct of bcanng tie into the
Keep this play which is in two acts; the spinner
; If I $
han to order.
first. representing a broker's office in I market a little sooner* than he would I Morris Dannheisser &
Wan street, New York, and the second II I Schooners. j otherwise fravo came in. Th3 Immor.! C

and Warm the"Casino grounds at Palm Beach, WHICHSUCCEED Calumet Am sch, Gupto! 1094. Baltimore l.' McMillan tal Lincoln once,, said: : "You can fool1' (Formerly Dannhsisser Bros '
? BrOS.t
Dry Florida. There are 65 people In this| to order. ', : ] ManufacturersMOBILEALADAMA all people '. owe'ptjhe' time some of Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fire
organization. D. H. Rivers. Am sch Peck S63.J Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
the people! all. of tb3! time but not all ,
Guantanamo to order. "' -
Uj. f \ You will not be nearly so Stomach Troubles and t William H. Yerkes Am sch Wade 1 of the peopls! cU! cf the tim;." And: Old Hickory Whiskey l My Specialty

4 4 .. likely to catch cold. Two ConstipatIon. 1211. Norfolk. 1 1I the resolutions':of'the convention as ; 12 W. Zarragossa Street.
things are necessary to "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver I 1 PENSCAOLA. FLORID-
\ I they were'given pv\; to the public were
r' t keep dry. warm feet, and Tablets are the best thing for stomacn &
: LARGE CONGREGATIONS AT I simply no.yzore. those two things are troubles and constipation have ever I I '
sold." says J. R. Cullman a druggistof i When You Buy, :! GADSDEN STREET CHURCH.; !, The sDlunsrs of th? world are as BrosnahamDotson&Co.
Pottsrville, Mich They are 'easy! % thoroughly uel{' posted as is any cot
; : Shoes and to take ani always give satisfaction. Get the Best. '! Rev. Mr. Branscomb. who is coadbctiing : ton factor or planter In the soath. rfnd Dollar Makers, Machinistsand

I tell my customers to try them and If I It's the Cheapest in the End. the revival .services at he GAds) know within a lew bales Just how Founders.
Socks not satisfactory to coma back and get I dn Street Methodist church: J tj|, left sell} and if he does Steamship and Mill SuppH-.
much is to
no; tr
their- but have 1 Offl-* Pfcolt Ooyle btre
l money never had a preaching each' day to large congrs-:
complaint." (For sale by all druggists. gallons and at every service there 1:51much : | I enter the 'market very soon actively!| fctgdence Phone!933 l Pensacoti, Klind*
there'swhere Attest'Ct'O '
we -
4FULLQTS. All Work Our Personal
I I interest shown. ; it is simply because the Cotton is left1 I has
j can help jou. Here are -
f.: i S the best Socks you ever NEW CLUB AT |I II Landreth'si I Last night he preached to tie! joung1, EPIU ,tDR.H to set} and rauzt; sooner or later com: '51lTr3r7tid t
\ saw for 10. 15 and 25 i men and the church was well filled| PRPAID I into his hinds a\\ prices which he: .DrWoolby's1PAINLESS seers of 00rtn5opium. ':
i II
listeners. -
with Intjrtsted
3 cents also 50 cents for I I l '
\ ; I lUinks wIll showjxlm a good profit
,. wool Socks. Regent Shoes APALACHICOLA i I Tonight his subject will be "Is j ,e&lneor.-L.ker."
thick : There a Hell and if go What Is It?"', when manufactured. The law of sup. ,!large bOOk of p&I'
with good sole. jet
I There is no 'doubt but that a large' t. ': ;: ply and demand mutt apply no mat PlUM:p&I'tlCDllrscallDltt1 urt'
easy on the feet for $3.50. Crop ._ !:! ,
high manipulation
prices f
crowd -JFI'I be attracted. ter what may !d "' ''!)
Special to'.The Journal : make but wg do not regard the farmer AND 3. M.'oJLLIT..

: Fine Rain Coats, Ap lachicoJ'a. .Jan 15. The young Cured His Mother of Rheumat($ .;I QTS:_ Tssf00 I a BUCC-SS( as a manipulator of markets WblskaiCure JLtluta l/i/ N.rrrore.(Geerla:
$13.50. men have recently organized a social] I and the men who have 'hertofore made'
:S12.5O and Liso
Just Received. "My mother has been a sufferer for well Informed -
club to.be known as the "Apalachee : 1 high valur,are as as to
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Club." The club was organized witha : many years from rheumatism ,says 1: : I I the preseut conditions in the south as .
1 Keep the Body Dry. membership of over 25. The cluo W. H. Howard of Husband Pennsyl-- rue farmer himself! and thy are not
rooms are over the Brash Milinerj I vania. 'At limes she was unable to going to t'ke.lQl(1Ul1Y\) : \ tfiey are sure

store. The following gentlemen 'weie 1 move at all. while at all times 'walk ." \...,.:. of the consumers assistance, the'
eected: officers' for the present term: ing was painful. I presentel her with 'c, pledges of the'farmers convention are I.
President.Jas.' E. Cotter; Vice-Presi W. A. D'Alemberte.t I a bottle of .Chamberlain's Pain Balm' \'.! not .orti a picayune to .them, they
; H 0. ANSON dent O. iJ; Ramsey Secretary Col. : and after a' few applications. .sbe decided 4 .5 .-4; must see something else besides this I I
; W.. P. Dodo'; Treasurer W. A. Dug. it was: the most wonderful pals gar: Executive Committee: L. C. :MUJ'.I DruggIst I" AfGthCII'J, reliever she had ever tried In fact,:' :. ;. begin to }move and until ,they do, val.II
t l CASH CLOTHIER row.0 P. Rhodes and W. J. I she is never without it now and Is at' S. r. -fJ UCS will not advance very materially!
109.I. .
The members of the 'cluh are all!' TsIephofl all times able to walk. An occasional althou(a we regard roucSi higher I

Corner Palifoi and Main popular and the entertainments to 121 South 1fOl'StrHt application cf Pain Balm keeps away; CHAS.BLUM&CO prices a* inevitable as tie crop Li undoubtedly -
be given by.them will be events of the pain'! that she was formerly troubled -. -617 AND 519 WZST BAY ST., thort .an4 we think b?>n I ftIBDmII Qr.AI KU CL IlACflS. "'.:1111.U
considerable social Importance. sale by all riroggists
with. For JACKSONVILLE. FLA. marketed as rapid as any on rez1 P-A


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THE: JOURNAL'S POSITIONPresident Ii I :. A Happy Home'

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I It Is gospel truth, *Q.J1t1; a(
i To have happy:: home,you,must have children,
Jas. Johnson of the DISEASES such *tf,rt heumatistn -
I D | as they are great happy-home makers. If weak

Carpenters Joiners, Says neuralgia, biliousness. ,. COURT woman you can be. made strong enough to bear

colic;cold? ,sore throatjbackache,* '\ healthy hildrenvjhlitt1e pain or discomfort, to
Eight.HOvrDayMus Come.

boils,'bowel troubles,A!in eruptions -J yourself, by takingTCARDU i ... ,
v j

HE MAKES STRONG ARGUMENT; ill 1 and all those raised" by,l Supreme Court Had Granted Order "

; lolal imflammatlon, scjt: -
to Show Ca'usWhY' is .
m't and surely cured

HAMLINS Held in Jail.

Full.Blooded ,Suits at LABORJNG! MAN'S. CONDITION as by the use of .. -
IMPROVED.;' 'I ; ; Woman's
The case of Joseph Vickery, who
Half-Breed Prices, It gets.ri ht down in, around ,has been in the county jail for a long
Mr. Frank U May s,'Editor Pensaoola period, having been convicted of killIng It will ease away all ryourpain, reduce inflammation i|

Journal:' the nerves and blood yesscls of a negro at Century is again before whites womb
cure ( ) falling ovarian
f. ,
b"cause we haveto Dear Sir and. Friend.;take pleasure the- bupreme court of the state i ,
JunK, ) .>; ,n*' spring stock; but In taking off my hit'this (Sunday) HyJ the affected tissues, whore the and will be heard and considered by trouble, disordered menses,.backache headache,

roi Mil' nj\e 10 think of this morning; to The Journal and I wish: to trouble is! and gently soothes ; that tribunal Wednesday [vetc., ,. and make childbirth natural and easy. Try It. '
oopor 111111.' and make a springo sincerely thank and congratulate The When Vickery was tried he'was con '
At store in $1.00 bottles.WJU1'E
( : n. pn->k of the pack.E I Journal and her ed'tor' ;al ;stat[ upoJsth and coaxes them back to health. I victed and sentenced to a long term in every drug .

.. is correct and I ., stand tney haVe takn in reference, J__._ the penitentiary. The case however,
aarment to the eight-hour work day! When(! and resulted in its.beingsent
I 'For all chronic and was appealed
inf\'Ie and length. US A LE'l'TDfr "DUE TO CARDUI
jjt!' a I : you say that: the pogr&pVcal! Union : = back: for? ,new triaL Bond was
in hank will notea is going to win ifs tight jou\ ate correct ---- acute it ,is a remarkable remedy !'then .fix-1, but VJckry 1\'a's' unable to lyand: frankly, telling us all your and nothing else, is my baby girl,now -
!monfx President Local No.fi7.t, U. B. of C. &. ,
\011' in troabbs. We will send free advice (in two weeks old," writes Mrs.:J. P. j
herean. They will win as sure as the furnish same, and he has been held
'.n \ha<>u ;JO!j pur what cent.\ou come make on sun rises in thy ease and, ein :tnc I I. I."of A.. I I and has no. equal in safety I jail since that timeThe plain sealed envelope). Address: Ladies' West, of Webster City Iowa "Sheis 4- '

west, because their demands are ,just.I I present procepdlng is' to compelthe ; Advisory Dept-.The Chattanooga a fine, healthy babe and we are
tn;", ,lo.'img: purchases during '. !! aril effectiveness in the medical Mediant Co., Chattanooga,Tenn. both doing nicely. S
am uoi an uninterested part in state to show cause' why Vickery
C3I .ut; this fight for I be'uugto! 'an organlza-' world. Price 50c) and 100.' j should be held, alleging that the trial i

i tion that Faa been flgbting for the_same councilSPECIAL HELD ;i has been unnecessarily delayed, and ---- -

thing since the 1st day of, May last: : Fully guaranteed. J that the court' should. 'order. his re ... -.. '
I and we aie winning and gttng! stronger t,lease. .f
I W1DARDIOTHIrtG( m I each day. We are' gradually beating XA. sale and reeoJvcnded byWHITE'S
; down the prejudice that seemed IN ONE DAY
yTKIESEltiBUIUITERSELY I to beagnstthe etg9t.| out work day A : PHARMACY.PensacQla Fla., Take LAXATIVE, BROMO Quinine I Crop Syrup
( I notwithstanding the fact that not a!: aSESSION Phone 180. Phone 446 Tablets. Druggists refund money If l it i
Nigtyt ,
single merchant of tha city of Pensacola fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature '

has raised his hand or his voice in I I. is on each box 25c. Put up in all size packages

TOlOI Ito defense of men who make it possible I .-a -

for them to exist and do business.i I Small, Easy, 'i The Most Popular Waterin WRITE FOR PRICES
Nevertheless we are winning for ;\ha i the world today .

\1: Eistin1eftIast; I night for At- simple T aoa that we pursued Int W.1 Monthly Paymentswill WHITE :ROCK WATER.

:gcia ,>n I ,wish to call jour attention- to the: put into your home a handsome 1 Supt. Stores Southern States Lumber COmp&nYr'
of Florala, Ala, There's BURIED LIVING' PERSONS. ,
C R M.Lau-m. 1 1Ja. Piano of jourtjwn selection i
fact that although the Carpenters and(
,n hI rin yesterday on a short' Joiners cf Psnsacola have been locked When Minutes of a Number of I absolutely nothing that can be put in PENSACOLAFLORIDAReed

buI1r::' w1t. out, t.r ten months th,y have not I the home that will give the same I Ii Ilorrible Cotorn of .rap.ae.e'rrle.to
Year 646 'A. U.
A. :McGounn and 'C., shed of blood have they Previous' Meetings Were Read i amount of p'easure: and'has,igreater-: -
elate. one nor
t M 1 Lo\ i refining: influence tftan a piano ,No! Prior to the year C46 A. D. the Japanese ---- -- I:

R..ilr..t I ,. tjf t Brew ton, were among the destroj: one' dollar's intend worth, of property -' : and. : matter where you live w e can place In bad one'of the most horrible burial .............9...................................t .f
: tor--! 10 the city je terday. nor do they to do so' We r I Adopted.A .
l homa that wil give : customs that can be imagined-that of
jour a piano you '1 t.i'
to continue fighting, battle :
j \I. Pteffer, who had been ill for along propose the lines that we''h'av.:our! pursuedin --- satisfaction and be pleasure as long i burying all'the immediate'friends and or Rattan J' ; ,

i number of of doors months again's' now lie is able being to' the 'i) tst arid'we .are'going win special meeting of the City Coun-I as 'you live I retainers of a prince or other person of : Chairs and Rockers fr _
>i out and estaolish an 'eight'hOur' work day CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, note in .a standing position around the
p.dt: !' gs>' ted by his many friends in Pensacola whether' thecontractors.cii was held :yesterday afternoon at Pensacola. Fla l : potentate's grave and leaving them In .

The! Board of Health was to have wish it or not. 3 o'clock in the,city ,hall Moj ar Bliss t tile earth up to their necks to perish : Are a particularly' desirable lass of Furniture, for they :

eW a 'nesting! yesterday at noon, but I Heretofore we "have ben "..nHngto presided and there were nine aldep- of thirst and hunger. are durable .light in weight, easily moved' ,from room to

') 1.lIm of the absence of several remain their em !ojees, but now they 'wen: present, constituting more han The custom cannot: be said to have i..' room or one location to another, and

:lembe '. a quorum was not present., have compelled us to become their a quorum. ill I PINEBARR[N' III IIIi been general late as the date given, i
w' Are invariably Built for Comfort.
If IOU d;-. tired of buying "cure" by l competPois' and &: are preparing to The meeting was a short one, .and for the Japanese records prove that In :
form a stock company which 'we In-,. the of the Suinin (9730B
:je pojmi., tra "prevention" by tend to capitalize for enough to start was only for the purpose of reading and HI time Emperor ( i In addition,, they are popular priced-11.75. $3.00, $4.00, .
Begin by advertising for'a i ; C.) tbe burial rites of royal personages *
je: cm I Pine Barren, Jan 15 -Rev. T. $500, $6.00 $7.50 and'11200. Buy now and pay later if :
one of the largest building materialstores ;approving the minutes of a number of
:ew enant before the old one leaves! :',ones ,Montgomery, financial agent' were so modified as to partially : you like..
that has ben in Pensa-'
opened previous meetings This 'was" :
of the Alabama Methodistp Orphanage abolish former cruelties." Speaking of
v Composed of Otto Yest. Dan
\ par H. V. S.j cola. We will carry a stock of paints necessary in order that the matten at Summerfield.... preaah'ed the'a young brother of Suinin,. who died
Rommcli T Brown and
& i
oils wall gash' doors, blinds QUINA
paper recently transacted by the council relative -i Methodist church here Sunday at both i .
and had his retinue burled standing
Brona !'I I of Louisville, reached the a'nd
nails hardware of nil descriptionsthat ;; to tha bond ordinance =>e place evening servIces .
morning avij : Ap-.
Clt.si.rday and will spend a few pertain to the building trades, m legal shape which could not be I ciatlue congregations fully enjoyed around his grave, the old record says: : Phone 148. Pensacola
pr 108/110 S. Palafox St. Fla .
I' died not but ". :
Uk: Hero on business' which will enable us to underestimate done as long as the minutes had not hc piestfcing. which was pronounced I "For many days they 'I .

Sunday was a great Jay at the the present builders ?x- been: approved.As bever/ one as being of a/v ry h.ga I'I wept and cried aloud. At last they :...................................................; -, -

Oir'stlan!: church tabernacle At night! change cu all classes of work of'this, soon as this was bne. and 'notice Older, The I ood people,o(>Pine. Barren : died. Dogs and crows assembled and .
tb houi:<- was packed with an interest .! kind. '_ given by Aledrman Cahn of tus;: gave Brother Jon S"$7 ,OO'for the ate off their heads. The emperor's compassion -\

juliene. Evangelist Spiegel, It has now come to a fight betweenthe introduction at the next meeting of aurdinance benefit of theorphanage. Hd reports : was-aroused, and he desired '" ,- .., -- -- -

wIt!) Breach this evening at 7:30 on i two organizations and the merchants <; the_ _meeting adj rnc.l. the institution' in a prosperous 'condition !I change the manner of burial. When

"God Hand-hold Upon Man." Sarucg -! of this city will find it to their I the empress died soon after, the mikado V cow fed Sucrene Dairy Feed it alwsyt ,

1 iri'l! continue through the week,,' interest to stand by the carpenters A Solemn Occasion.Yhen Mr. Tom t3owell l and wife visited I inquired of his officers' if something W I to five tne'most milk. It"* a / J.

on: East Gregory, near Alcaniz union, for we ill also win because we \ a certain well know comedian, and relatives at Brewton last week. I II in the way of a change could not be productive ration-tiat'*' tie reatoa./ '

Captain Sam Bradlej. an old and re. know int we are rIght.I who prided himself on his fun making Mr. Joe McCaakell or"Pine Barren suggested and one proposed to make The '
No otler tingle feed mixture of feed /
sjf'Ct':1:! : ,olored citizen, who had been wonder how many of the! merchants ability, was starring" in Edinburgh spent )"est?rday with his father'sfamily clay figures of men and bury them as or can do ,. 1 '
of this city know what the average : I at Nora, Fla. I tLc work to effectually. Yean of preliminary 7 ,
J resd! n 1 of this city for possibly sevatvfiv hIs landlord who seldom attended anipublic substitutes." ,
,. ,, laboring! man's is Mr. and Mrs Charles Covlflgton are trialswcre5ackofitLd.reitwasplacojont(4inarlet
average wage
"! par"". died jesterdaj For place save the kirk asked him do Fullest
That this did not entirely away
\*ars 111 was master: of schooners run- per jcar IP this country. Wa are prjvilaged if he would oblige him with a "pass, I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Jess, Walton i with fie former custom is proved by It'* a consensus of roult and powerful:hi

ims fa :e-n Pensacola and points up to lead that the United,'States. for the playhocs" This favor w as I ; made business I edict issued In'the C4G A. D., a* a Murcc of profit. The cow not fed tide! feed Ai -
Mr. C. L. Wiggins an year
,. for 1900 dscla Is that
'h. ba\ nnd was the possessor of con-,, the census annual reports, cf the': AJb.l'rlean readily granted and the ";:ude man" trip to Pensacola, to-day. 'I the date given first above, which forbid Pail kept at a 10...
durable! average wage
oroptrtjOanon laborer is $437. That is a littl donned his best black suit and ,wItnessed I the burial J of living persons and provided .**j ..
Lodze. No 13. Knights ofP"iiab 1 the comedian's two greatest STAFtb : for further adherence to SOLO ONLY BY
less than: $1.50'per day. Here comes PORVO'AGERS.1 I a penalty
! : will hold a regular meeting humorous > n:1tlons. Meeting his t ,
another fact from the 1990 census that Impt rs;> the awful rite.-St Louis Republic F. S. MELLEN & CO.,
;;'ngh:; /''|pn there will be work 'n I the awa e annual value of the A me'*- landlord the nest rnornln the comedian Nine tied by Navlcntom to Place a J Corner Alcanlz and Garden. Phone 334 ,
::i ,--urt! rank The new parapher-! Ib.. U
asked how he liktbe performance.! Ship'* Location. ----i
is .
: lean workiagman's product $2,130 t1-I- _-._ -L:: :: .- -
;a1.a n.f!
oostumes, which have justSeen "
Now figure this! out for yourself and "Wcel!, said: the Scotsman, "it pleas. There are nine eminent nautical
,: *h',-d, will be used for the you will see that th? difference between ed me In fac' gey wee I, and I conseederyou stars considered by navigators. Theyare WORK' WEAKEMS ___ ___ ___ ____ __ 4'
ro 1 inif<. and all invited to b3
,resewa are what the average wage: worker played unco' natural-like, but t Important as determining :the po- MADE TO ORDER BEAUTY. CJo-rtre11.

gets and what he produces with his heigh mail I bad a hard job to keep ition of the ship at the time the ob THE KIDNEYS -

pi sant surprise party was ten hands is $1,913 per jear. m's'I' fra laughing. I serration is taken, calculated bj tlieii ( Artificial.,.. Mouth Former aDC FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS.

iered blIght! ; to Mrs. Edelstem. who The jay has come when the Am ri- distance from the m4 On. The stars arf -. Dimple Dentera. Pensacola Fla.
Ih" gust!t of Mrs N. Weiland The I '
workman n no longer be fooled the star o?
con Alpha, Arlt'tis. princIpal. The best artlfical nose* nowadaysare
mprl e was given Mrs Edelst'in by He is becoming educated: and is demanding Aries, bin of the second grade; Aide DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS: HAVE DONE_ made of papi.r macbe, enameled. .
t llomwI ot her friends, and an 1 GIVE HER A CHANCEOld '
was uis share of whathe, KING & RUNYAN
.ten. ratK just produces baran, first magnitude, in the rich,as Such a nose Is fastened to a spectacle .
< enjo>e1.: A number of: GREAT SERVICE FOR PEOPLE.
to it. Howmany
he is going get
anj DaMe Nature Knows How.
tension! of Taurue easily distInguished
runevue frame sometimes for the sake of convenient
plajed. euchre being the, Agents for the
in Pensacola know that In -
men '
' "ng feature.trtvals by its red color; Pollux second magnitude WHO WORK IN' PENSACOLA and thus may be put on or removed -
Washington's birthday "Old dame: nature has,a.sure way gfcur'ns
Indianapolis in Gemini readily known by its.coa.pamoi.Ini 4'
dT Southern Hotel: Oley last, the National Association of Man sick: people by food if the kind : at brief notice. Wolverine Marine EngineAlso
with the brighter
J'aunIson.! Chicago, M hereford ufacturera and Citizen Al'iance and she wants is supplied ths body: and the ) There Is a patented contrivance
ti l B Sh vpns. P'n3acola! ; Jones :\1.Itrh"n. the boss printers held th*ir convention person Uou't! Interfere with drugs i* I tor; 'Rcgaiu ,. a first tla&s stur in the Most Pensacola people 'work some-w'hat resembling a clothespin. for

Buffalo N. Y; Mr. and Mrs in the Claypool Hotel of that: city and She prescribes such things as fr sa : breast of Leo' (hence often: ,called Cot day in some strained undatural every\\ attachment to the nose to give to the The Racycle :

J 'w Holdcn; F. P. Taylor and wife, one milhoa and a half dollars was put air and sunshine! exercise and rigt: Lcoui: the Lion't Heart); $>pica: Vir tion-be iing constantly over a organ a proper taper. Another deviceIs

J Ml t Ramsey. Chicago; Hugh D up at that: time in order tq force the food as her nr.nsipal agencies 4uis.; a. nrst class! star in Virgo, re-.-riding! on jolting wagons or supposed to Improve the lines of We carry a Full Line of

Irr'ih;. Ponsacola; J. A. Taylor,Jack open shop on organized labor Thy Grape-Nuts U a natural: food, prepared -! rLably caa pcu'i from being InSB ., doing .l laborious housework; lifting, tho mouth.

':-\"I. O. ?i 1. Mackintosh; C. F. were to try'the carpenters: ,first, go you from whn'esome g a'as.! w'th! nO: i| rtcd' in a dark sarrouiidlns field; I reaching or pulling or trying the backin Not a few people have no roofs to General Sporting Goods .

i'ghl. \\ L Sprajltr. Georgia CHa (can readly se the glssstlc! schema drugs nor c el*cal Ingredients or processes Ali-ha Aqullac, gone* dl.jr; known as a hundred and one other ways. All their mouths, having been<< born with 506 Palafox St.. -

:-, '.nffin! Georgia; R.1.. Shells and com'olration of wealth the carpenters and is shiopcd frcm the factory : AUalr, first niSg-utu;: Alpha Pesasi.: : :1 these strains tend to wears weaken and 'out or in other cases having lost S. ..

: O (rise'j Atlanta; M Gordon: an.l joiners of Pensacola have. in btch predigeotaj fitness that I second class, usually termed Narlrab: injure the kidneys until they fall behind them any, disease. For such unfortu- = -, I

a.,,,B On ns. Jack Bow en. city; C. C. b en up against. But still they have the weakest! stomach" nill! readily ,assimilate I, Aj.tares, : first luasairutle, in Scorpio.dJstiuiT'iisIiPdl .' in their work filtering the poisons nates bj artificial mouth roofs made of ii--
-I ('k an i wife, Louisiana, R. W Hal- held out for ten months.and shall continue itAn I ;: by Its fiery red color; I from the blood Doan's Kidney .
!'t 11'bill'l : J, M Callon. F. M. coopFot11a to hold out and with the ,assistance Oho! woman who suff'ied fart!, Fonialliaut, first (,lass 'in Piscis Austrul's Pills cure sick kidneys, put new, galvanized rubber are furnished.

': : C C, Cr,ttchin, H. J. of other laborWganlzatioas and:1 twelve years froj nervous prostration' : : Tte'-e stars are convenIently! I strsngth in bad backs. Pensacola There Is a patented device for cleaning Fountain Pens

;t1nJ.n.: Mobile; J. B. Wood, LouisUVTRiVL the citizns of ttiis' city' they will es>- night sweats imperfect c rcu'at.on.! in-,. situated! with rcfcrcare to the moon's I Ii cures prove it. the tongue, consisting of a knife -
tabhsh! an ei ht.bour work day. We cmn>a. oc. tells how Grape Nats focj( path and are used for taking! fables oflunar John Stearns, ship- arpenter by with a concave edge to which a sort of
--- propos.tion, restored !her to "rea'h and happiness: i i I trails: living on West Zarragossa! St. sponge bnisa la attached. When one -
asramst a strpng Office Work.
makers nautical
are 11!> tlLtaaces by Lessen :
; WILL SHOW YOU WHY but nevertheless we tfyi\ never die because in less than twelve weeks |I SlCi-inacs 1 : in order to enable: vessel says: *Doan's Kidney pljls proved Is not well one's tongue" is liable to be I ,

,3,::1. Riubon Lemon end Vanilla Ex- we are sure that we are right "I 1 was so, reduced in strjn th with masters ta deduct their ) & The more than a bonanza to mefwhen I was disagreeably coated, but the anaoy '
1 f" untold faiff'rlng.: without \'i ality or)i longitudo. in a pretty bad condition. I had"back: of the ':
L1.1So to by means
many frinds. Ask for Th open shoo would be a curse ihstaace. of the center of the moon ance may be removed They're always ready- :
3.:1' and and sluggish kid-
ambition bedribben
Ribbon : unable tpi ache, indigestion
VanlMa.! and say it plain the country in many ways becausa or- ; Instrument described.If there's no reaching out to
from some of the nine {conspicuous secretions
vatcn myself, that felt : Th kidney were
even \ obliged ?
]l neys
has been the means desire dimples u may WCMa
0- ganiz?d labor conditionthroughout to doctor all the time, taking cna pr'- utars near the ecliptic are couinutefi not' normal and caused me Inconven: you : dip in the ink but may always -
the laboring man's I kind of wire mask at night
bettering certain
A BALD NEWSPAPER man scription after another, but deriv.n;; no 1: with the almost -are for every tbre* ience. There was also more or less ,be dependd. on : .
MAN. tiilti< world No sane I attached blunt woodea C
which are
" tt'ng' a New xthe permanent: benefit from any. ,Sometimes -hours during the year at Greenwich I brick dust sediment and they were of to to write now. !
Crop of Hair, and Has that fact Therefore right now
No More Dandruff. will deny would show! a strongfndentj : 1 would fed l better for a little, r.f'en ou the braa:I (Tim the nivlpato! a rdldioh and unnatural color. I also!1I I points that may be caused by the kelp i I

.E\."r |hoJ" in the Northwest knows open shop policy labor unions: and while, but soon th" effects of the med!! fudr: his pnetioay! martins: when had sp 'ls of dizziness,and headache. :of screws to preM POD the points ,
break '
luaie> Carles the veteran jour- to would up d-gracie labor trifle, would pas away and I would:: such "a lunar distance, set down ac I My back ached after a hard day's workand' { :where the dimples are wonted. Tbui A. A. Waterman's"Modern"
that means
,7":J an, Publicist of Butte. Jan. 10, : by and, friend, jou' know as we'l as lapse bar: to m* former condition, '. purately in ,tho a'uanflc'! for the dajI often it was as much as I couH'doi I' after awhile the dimples are mode fctpt -

; hfo ColonM writes: "I used aM1pIe : I my: the word! oes.. that to d '- "Last May at, mv 'm 'th r's sojicita.I :and ho'hr. occurs U seen from his own to get home In' the evening on tho account '_ > ar. ,. ,
i do or is !
: of Cities tion cone'uded to cult medicines and 1 1 of my back paInlni'me so across' i
Newbro's Herp i grade *abor is to sap the very lifeblood i! vessel: !, awl deduces thereby his where accident i, : /
i'h try Grap -Nuts foodIf did not wOrk, the kidneys. By I came are' .
marvelous Theittrtff 1
:-J results, of :a natIon' nbonta! on the vrstx-y \vastc.-Il1wau- j, All attestations of knowledge I
:: ,i:!;appeared; a new crop ,of bill started a miracle at onc but slowly! and surely -I! kee Free 1'reus. 1 across an advertisement about Doan'sKidney lack of knowledge -
16. PIea e keen! the you : t,more odious than any I' rS-s
>av uk' "n root and the bald $pat: and I can dar bv day. It built me up and.! t Pills and thinking that they Self-Filling Pen
1 ;pirti\ ni!!n); co\ered" Herpifide Sunday inorninj!; a rol'ing,effort will' heal strengthened me. ,Lsocn" began .t!) sit, A Ga Dar la Trnr. I might help me I procured a box at'''! can be.SpraLChamberlain's ,

? te, 'nit h > tPd '
-' lanin: .ff germ' that dis up. the J >prf every acota -specially theTypgraslc5l out to 5e*. my friends, gaining mearwh'le -!l French: day of d ys. Cards. flower I I afox and Rorn na. streets. The first Certainly, represents .all
't of Pen : < the
City .
:>' n sca'!' its the '! In box' helped wonderfully and I continued Cough Remedy i iI
as it burrows wa/ Union, and aim_ the Meep. till at last, by tfe end,! and bonbons are exchanged In profusion me that Is meant by the

..'':).'', 'tit-01 i of iho hair, where' it,il'-'Carpentors and Joiners'.and the Painters of June .I I was able>tol,leve home for!I and,visits are'made. In the din- 1!i the treatment. The,.entlrely'cur ecretions: I, Best Made.. I I word "perfection" as applied :
.- \v-talt of the hair, cpusin'; a visit, (taking my Grape-Nuts with from the kidneys were -
"it1.' I all (out Kill the dandruffs and Decorators ,. mer be :sure: ), returnIng after a few :: ins room: on New Year's morning areassembled j I rected, and backache!;:; became a thing':! 'In my opin-on: Chamberlain's Cough'I to fountain peas.
-: : .. With b>st wishes for jour success : the gentlemen of the familyto best made for colds:
s ; t the
H W indIgestion from j Remedy Is O-
while be
sale by _
rpicide For i weeks, completely restored. with a i cf the past I $2 50a 1k
0 "\\'mbf'rte. drtfsgist and apothe-, I remain your truly healthy Interest in' my domestic, duties -: greet tie ladles with courtly bow which I had suffered was relieved, as:::'pays Mrs. Cora Walker of Portemlte.California. =
..r> I::! south Pal fox street or send JAS M ,JOHVSOX. ofCarpent and., think Heaven, the strength and gallantly to kiss their hands: The I well as the headaches and dizziness.i There Is no doubt about :
: n President of Local. Noj 74. U. gny brenkftt over, the children, the experience the best No other will curea I I
...: itamps for sample to The Her- America. to o"rfcrm tbera,* 'I can say boyi from and.)ts being -14
:I A. DetroIt. MIch.I rs and Joints of "That Is l so.nnd that' I'am stronger- x 1! yauth and those of the family In the' observation that Doan's Kidney Pills;I cold so quickly. No other is so; ,cure

in mind also and ouickcr! and morg: prime cf ie'u1 ke ready,to pay Visits are a reliable kidney ,remedy" i L'a preventive of pneumonia. No otheris '
I I"\l :' OI"Iln1 l Laxative Cough"S>rupui No Pills is as pleasant and positive These vigorous Intllectuallv: ,Is 'due to the, They start! forth with pockets and, t' For sale by all dealers.. Price 50 so pleasant and safe to take. These I. Coe'sBookstore I II.

h; {< s Laxative Honey and Tar. as DeWitt's Uttle EarlvRIsers:% mild and use of Grape-Nuts food":.. Nam given: hands filled wth: remembrances. The cents. 'iFbsterMilburn? Co,.' ,Buffalo. are good reasons why it should be preferred
:x-: hi II] cold from the sjsUm; .by Famous Little Pills are so ladles by Possum Co. lattIt'Cr'eek.t. Mich, i oMer ones ensconced in easy chairs be- I New York, sole agents for the united to any other. The fact that'

i ..:.. ,. a ca'hart'c! on the lx>wels. effective that children, their Sdelicatc cleansing] There's" a reason. Read the little fore tbe fire,,welt for the younger rela- I States.' few people are satisfle-i with any other,I. 213 s. alfOI! Street. l lI
: \ weak people enjoy used this
(< Laxative Honey and Tar-Is and they are book, 'The Rpad to \yelh illo,1" in I tires and frlnas who will come witt 'I Remember the name-Doan's-and after having once '
rtalll safe and harmless curs forin fffect. while strong people For sale by .all druggists.,
4.. { noe. pk1'So 'I le't"" r'- -'rtn mil""void '1spae fttk'e I no other _
,): pn-i whooping cough. thrv Dst liver -MJH Bolli.ever< f ., .

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is sure of a' big profit bn the Investment -- iEi Hif *fl- ;I -- You most bare",bad" 60 -at least} OPERA HOIJSF

One :of the 1agestlumber I -; n""M- V What? "Only 40? Then. it must be

I Tht operators in this part of the state told 'SPAR3VOpWIDOM.; CtJlUfCJ bair. Ayer's .-Hair Vigor ---
Jt1tlal l 'Jonfnal ;us this week that! lie was now 'glad *? .- ". ?' r your gray esefreqUept' birthdays. It'Birthdays ONE NIGT ONLY!

to get logs that a few years' < : would not have cut if he had been K-; stopped bear-baiting-not because # ? rives hair and
,checks falling ,
T-I I made a present of them; 'and this V : itcaftse pain to the it Vay hair, Tuesday Jan.
: : Daily., weekly Sunday. vety man laughed at the ida ten I #* bear, bnti because it afforded ,#1 keeps tbe scalp bealthy; f.oc; r. :; 16th

; years ago that there would ever be a 7Plasure. to the spectators. If JULIUS

: f ; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNIN :EXCEPT MONDAY time during his life that there wouldbe yOU ", landlord jour partner or, t' = CAHN

; any scarcity of;timb r,-De Funiak ** Jour employer seek to' "rule'*'' 16 Presents his Company m

BT Breeze. ,you on the, same theory "kick -f .

; i THE JOURNAL "COMPANY. I- Mail Service.* *. SPoor it-* over.dttds tie .traces"1"" and read the ,e t r : QH MAKES YOUR CLOTHES ? 1 1I. j: : David MarUtn

: We hate to keep on complaining: of I J ?:- I WHO

FRAn L. MAYES, P Mn>nrr AHB, GMMAL Mi&ozLl our mail se"ice.--bu -,when -we fail tog i i.*' "Your own property Is at is A DRAMA WITHOUT FRILLS

t i ?t the service contracted for and no qt- stake when the next house Is' I $ noi have th,m built n excuse to offer for the failure, it becomes i ..on fire;":.and-your: personal In't V \ Why want?
I i ietwiat H Brown as "David Haru
you ,
arr/ "
: I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED' PRESS.SUBSCRIPTION our duty. Last, Frioay night; V% terestsmay be, touched by.., | can have privilege ot airy.onanll | ;
l i i"I : the Gertrude came .uP 'through the u& some want ad. In to.day's '1$ Mr. Cahn will utilize the sam Pn.

1i Cut Off.as( she doss ;whenever it ''t'paperP .-3' V THE'REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY i ductjon seen at: the Garrick Theatrei!

: RAT S. suits) and passed the Bradley in the!P 'i. : i:: I New York: City, In giving the n'.1

narrowest part of Lee's, slough. Lasi i j# If rijti.bave 'experienced et need a'sutt 'drop 'In, here. '
One Year ...........$5 00 ( --C ; the *' "many 'twixt the aM 'turiilnguut some' swell clothes. Shotild: ydU PRICES: 25c 50c, 75C
;: : One, Month.......... 45 I Monday night: no mail} went up a'slip cup T.hepre. showing aneleant' j << $tooin!
t Six Months .......... 2 50 I ) One Week ........... 10 '! river from this place yet th3 Gertrude -:i'*. and the lip" and have ,had rfiii t at their place! No. 11, North Palafox sti-ect.: that., will surely: $1.50. (
ff Three Monthj....... 1 '! insure *. 1 Trouserings and.at prices
f 35 L Weekly Edition year.Jl ooJ i'' came ,up the Cut 03- to Doug- enough of such casualties line of Swtings and '
'. turned!'*: ,: in our. mi- *' i Seats on Sale Saturday ai Xoot.
lass landing, for wood;} aDd, against them > tempt you to buy
4, Papers on Salt at all News Stands. 1 around there and went back, to Apa-:;I I- nor affairs; by reading the U Secure best Seats by procuring;: the..

f lachlcola river and up It. when; ,she J iwant, ads'' $ f $ I NOW;

THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER could have made time by coming on.; -' -
iIrt WHICH A DETAILED' J through the: Cut Off,-Wewahitchka I uS' "Fame Is a revenue payable vf '_ -
CIRCULATION STATEMENT' CAN BE SECURER I I' Sew$. conly to our ghosts" while PHOfil tSS.

I i % thrift Ig'a' daily meal-ticket.:, -* CONCERT

Omce.--lM and 110 East Oorerament Street i Ii Famous as a Nephew. g 0 The favorite literature of thnf-' 'e NEW METHODLAUNDRY

- r TELEPHONE We don't see where Billy Lamar # ty people is the advertising ...6EN EfIT...
No. 38. in that he I[*' printed in, thsir home newspapers i
is' so important ,Congress
I have been better treated by;r* tfi Pfnsacola, Fl. Christ Church
shoulj f.... LAWRENCE. Proprietor N S WM. Hunan Si Sunday Schoolat
91 PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. TUESDaiY'MORNING- JANUARY 16. 1906 the minority leader in the selection t i!* ;: ""itis .
Cicero'said that a '
lor committeemen. ,Mr. Lamar is most' Library Hall.
1: mark of" wisdom to',taka, .-
i fcreat
I famous as a nenliew of the late I... Q,

>> -HH and that his reason therefore can.T C.-Lamar.-="Volusia: County Record. J i} precautions' against reverses of IIortuine"tuch No. 5603. Wednesday Night at 8 o'clock
#. for V ,
not be :questioned and he incurs precautions, H. L, COVINGTON; President M. E. CLARK Caller.C : .
{I 9 1II ,* WHERE THE JOURNAL if thereby"only liability for a breach of A Dearth of News. V it instance, as buying a bit of real W. LAMAR. VUe-Presldent. JNO. PFEIFFEP, AssU Cashier.
II i; and then while *
? estate
now :
CAN BE FOUND. '5ll contract if he quit In violation of his There is evidently a dearth of news r M. JONESMISS
# able to : Do not let jour-
do so
ll ccntracL"The In Europe'wheri a cablegram cornea 1slf overlook the real estate THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF
w' The Pensacola Journal Is on across the ocean to inform the great MALLORY

':, : t. sale at the following places in San Diego Sun publishes a American public that Emperor Wil- i:, ads. FLoAI .
the city: is cold.. To J"Ftrflln MISS WHITE
ICn'g editorial upon "How to Help liam suffering'witb a
) too much to v-
:1" Bay Hotel. Roosevelt." This is the first Intimation thunder with'his cold! We've go!..1%"- mamt'. 'enough'to gives none."* :< DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED' STATES MISS MACLAY
Coe's Book Store. I
Depot News Stand # we have had that the StrenuousOne one aa ,his too is,and but It's International just as good publicitydon't a colu # The flcklj goddess is partial to Capital Stock- $200,000 Surplus, $40,000 MISS ANDERSON
Hif 'I.
I' Gem Book Store. II :was ,not able to paddle his own make It any better.-Live OaK A.- those who never: quit courting' DX BOTOH.& -
Hotel Escambfa. 'her-who watch for a felimpse, ,* S J.: Foshee.y A Rare Treat for Lovers of Good Ittutit.
Democrat. '
canoe. z.. Covlngtcn. !
& Henry ,.
I of her:face '
Merchants Hotel. even. among, I' A. M.. Avery.' '
V Southern Hotel. The Tampa Tribune is now conductIng & 'want ads.. ; -j %CIJIe W. IL Mlltou. Jr.to' ., -
Book StoL T 'it"i. Bryan I>unwo Thompson's Union Labor t ; o R MaUra Adults 50c. Children 35e.
a Department in I' shave th2 Iii
i. "Men to on "'
V Walker's Book Store. # Frank W. L. Cawtdon.' -
:. I each Sunday's Issue. It l is well conducted THE' ADOPTION OF f chin of.a fool"-an\A sometimes:; *J W. S. Ilosasco C. A. O'Neal.

.. .... .... interesting, antf a decided addition ,* THE"'METRI '.s.YSTEM.' rI # found !Ihelr prosperity on the I I T. F. McGourin.'I' ,Dr.; W.J. Hacn X ,! REGULAR
, ,- \ others. For ,example ,
of .
K- adversity ,
to the newsy columns of that F. E. Brawner. \ :McKenzie Oertlag.
.it )IuniclpalJournal.. r it --buy in'g a store or a #
C. W. Lamar. Alex ,
V : enterprising newspaper. I.& whos owner is forced it WEDNESDAY EVENING
Need of Immigration property .- R. Sanaders, 'C. I.!. novlngton.
I % 'to sell.] And many such opportunities .:'

; in the South. The Jasper News is one of the comparatively are_ '.found in the ads. Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations! and Firms Sollcted. DANCE

few Florida papers that I An agitation which has been started ,& Four cent. Interest paid on Tim Deposits.
: ; per, ,.
h. th"--
,The quesdon' immigration!, Is one. publishes circulation statement antf in a New York daily in favor of ;t '"The presence of want is the I V -"J .. -

V In which the south is vitally interested whose "Circulation Books the immediate and wholesale adoptiono rt powerful Incentive to invention *
are Open AND
' ; ,;" and one which has been agitated I the metric system follows the too ,?i ;" and the want ads. are. :
, '. In various forms for a number of to AIL" The News is one of the best common course of missing the real :X- particularly useful to those: :4-1 I W>.::. H. KNOWLES, President. W. K.HYER. JIL,,V.-Pres. and Casaia' their hall on West Governmett S.:

V weeklies in the state and Brother i necessity of the cae. This Is."is'we "?: who In ,any manner feel this *i THOS. W j; BRENT. AssL Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS.. Asst. Cashier. Barrios' four-piece Orchestra sill
years. The need of immigration in Caldwell .is Improving it with every 'believe to !get rid of the perplexing :S pressure.. "' & furnish Music.

: the south is reviewed by the Birmingham issue. 'I array of local and other measures, I'I 25
Admission, Ladies Free.
Age-Herald which, among other whether of length, weight or capacity.and .

things, Mr. Depew lnf.endsio from to decimalize the subdivisions of ,
says resign the
I the units ultimately selected for adoption 1 .,
: : The' need of immigration in the directorate of 60 or 70 corporationsso I in their stead. Instead of concentrating I I First National im"_! .:.. MU n j'....;..nm...,........,.; "'t..,..
: V scuth Is shown very plainly in the that he can' serve the interests of I their efforts uaon a schemeof LIVELY" MIX-UP '< Bank '

V prices recently paid for county con- the people in the United States Sen this ,reasonable: and, practicable -; OF BATTLESHIPS. *, :

Tte victs.Tennessee all of whom company are short-term takes men.the ate. Looks V as though the people II character, the'', advoates Qf the tnutric ':* .ri-Ci ) .w.. i 'Basket Ball |
existence of
system assume *
V V :Montgomery county convicts at $28.50 were due a refund: of $5,000 for each ,acme mysterious and 'awe-impelling f, ,J J.Tae_, J-ilarmeJournal." ?.. fof 'Pensacola, Fla, -55- -

V a month each, and it is reported that year Chauncey has been a member of In' V Tulane University
the Colbert I I advantage that Inter-relation of H*, _*. H* *1tH ,
county convicts were recently that metric which the truth e .....
V august body standards if i' :
: hired out '-at $29.50 a month. be told. merely the result. of, a concession That -"tbe liveliest-- mix-up of'bat. DIRECTORS R C..Brent 'WA., ,Blourit;, Win/H,,Knowles, J vs.

V When prices: county it is plain convicts that command there is a such serious -I South Florid tomatoes are in the I to: the French passion .for tleships.:wss-t&atook'.place last Sunday W.'K Hycr Jr., D. G," Brent* ':\ '-= fI Pensacola Classical School *

. Pensacola market. academic unity and logical complete ._ 'TAi
I They reached '
, lack of labor In this district. 1 in the loVer nay that has ever hap-
V Those who object to the reception: here 'via New Orleans, having been ness. On paper a. plausible case can i Camewlllboplayedlnj ft
be made out, fort e alleged! scien I pened."QIco Kentucky, Kearsarge,
immigrants from Italy ob .not shipped to that place by the II g t Gymnasium of C/assI- J3
V grower. talc simplicity' being abje.,to refer Alabama pnd Illinois; following, the Foreign and DomestiVExchange< 'Boiiglitiand I Sold '
I know the Italians welL On a singlo Puzzle:' How much did the grower sUCh' divers? factors as ,the Jen'gth ofa ::. cat School, cor. North p
of last week home from flagship M ftieb only ship .having ,
day they sent
and DeSoto
make by shipping his product 250 piece of cloth the weight ota, win ri; M
U I New York money orders aggregating volume"of cask a pilot miles further!than in order ter's coal apd the. a l streets, on car line. !JJ
necessary .1
$91.000A people that '
V of beer to a, mythical proportion of, a 'fl g"as. ojaler2d |.5y Admiral ,RobJey We draw ,our; own Sills of-'.Exchana Veaie1flsbureE'upqs! the most
.V3 4 the home folks to that extent can not to reach a market where prices are
particular geographical meridian., In was that Great Britain Ireland THURSDAY JANUARY 18 |
be bad. D. Evans* r"he consequences ,on Favorable Termd.aitd.their obligations ,
4f wholly They are thrifty, sober lower than at Pensacola? ,
V practice this vaunted unity is not
i I and industrious. The Christmas the Kentucky got': out,of' the channeland v.' Germany, France Austria Italy :taken payfple at Port of 1i1- al8e'cIockpm. :5
, back the lif --givtng feature which the ,st' andedo! 1the"East bank; the JHolUnd! _Span, Belgium Russia, t.
cheer they sent on a single day HAVE YOU .
GOT ONE? Destination After Vessel -
inetre-at-any-price people vainly Sweden 'Denmark ,and enpays; 3
V from a single city Is evident that they Kearsarge* fif'tE| endeavor to clear .Norwayr I ;I ADMISSION, 50 CENTS.
World' It in the universal and .
V The 1906 Almanac and Encyclopedia imagine. is compulsory ether'European countries Arrive the -
the Alabama .
decadent and ashore
not also went -
are worthless as her ; ... "
Is a tabloid library of reference decimal sub-division that the m Unai! :*3:n3
V the at I !
some would have us believe them to : It fits the pocket both in nerit of simplicity to be, sought being closeaboard: Kentucky\ blow .!. aas

: ,' be.The size and price there is and granted that a suitable choice) of the time, struck her glancing
Italian Is well understood in more solid damaging the former quite badly. The Safety Deposit Boxes For'Rent, i in Connection- with which we
this district. Several thousands or fact and figure in its 680 pages than units were made from the' formidablelist stranded -worked themselves 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN
lu a whole shelf full of available to English speaking two
them lire here, and the only regret costly encyck afloat wlthip two hours, and all preceeded have a Private Department for the use,ol' Renters* Under superior mantgrment' exo-ptiou1
That is the merit can realized: Wont
pedlas. Why the voluminous races same advantages. Full Tours Around tee
,$ expressed here is that we have noi publications are "shelved." The Ai- from these as from'an alien standard to sea but the Kentucky,'which -i- ,, 'Annual Oriental Cruise itb. 8 Irrogramc!>*
T V more of them. manac buyer carrier his reference which appears to exercise upou vessel returned to'the, navy yard. witha M Free.

:' Every section of Florida is in nee' library in,his pocket. It is a peoples many minds the influence exertedby hola in her side and other damages.. Savings Paid on'Deposits at FRANK C. CLARK,96 Sway New York

t V of Immigrants and there can be. no book"-for the man who cannot afford "that blessed word. Mesopotamia" The wind at the time was blowing" a Department-Interest '

; possible objection to the better class a library display and for the man upon a certain estimable,female. gale from the west across the ell an- rate of 4 per,cent per annum.i

who can afford it,"but wants practical We have! no intention of minimizingthe nel. and Kentucky: not following in Marine Co.
of if the immigration laws Grocery
V V Italians knowledge quickly. It is not written inconvenience and l loss entailedby the wake of the Maine in charge of a : :' -

, V are strictly complied with. What the beyond the understanding of any the present. heterogeneous jumbleof Sandy Hook:pilot caused the mix-up

; V south needs Is a port of ""entry for Im man. To see' 'it' is to buy it! It is barleycorns firkins. yards,,, gallons with the,ships astern of her. R.HILTON 31.JurlJtUu.GREEN C..SIU., P&& IIIEn. T.lIAIUI11KLD E, WVLLES.: ISORKIIO VJCa.Paalu Aut_Miami. 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palates St

migrants for as long as the thousands I its own best advertisement! It I is :and feet. On the contrary, we maintain :This is ,another case of the parsimony !. -

, V seeking homes in the United States the-most active agent for the dissemination that an end should Jbe ,made, of of the Navy Department or thover.zeaousnss Citizens National Bank Phone 725.
of quick and practical knowledge all but a necessary survival of ante- of naval officers I in "* ,
of Pensacol.?lort4s.Iireo ., V. J. VIDAL Manager.
must enter the country through the ,
V ever presented to the public. dluvlan: monstrosities which lay suo attempting navigate their vesselsIn '

;' i port of New York it is but natural I perfluous upon a stage too small to a somewhat intricate channel with : $scars. .
Geo,W Wrtrtt.Morrti 9r. T. E Welln
I V V that they should settle in the eastern : give; scope to their' fearful and wonderful out a pilot The officer 'who, was ,conning -' Biz}[.RO nlon. t.HlUoa Orsta. THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS: TJ

central or western states. capabilities.: But this attitude' the Kentucky needed a pilot bad A ..iENER.L \NKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
0710 NEWS AND VIEWS does not carry with it the convictionthat ly to reinforce his judgment which EAT.

i Hon. Horace Hood. the genial I FROM STATE PAPERS. if the metre shouhf be chosen as was seriously at fault and it'was' a Just Received:

and whole souled editor of the I V I their successor especially 'When, as case of great good luck and superior ... ......... .. .. ......t.............................. Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lund
i brainy has frequently been ,urged by, practical the part of the close President. E. W. : : Cashier.
management'On ;: J. S. REESE MENfiFEE. 50 kits of 'fancy Mackerel $l.Ji: V
Montgomery Journal has formally antounced men, that standard, labors! under ly.followlng .ships that more serious J1 R. M. CAR 7. VIce-Presldeut. f kit.

4 his candidacy for the office Dr. port r.s Resignation.The serious disabilities in its linear sIde damage was not done. kit
50 Salmon. $1.25
kits per
! in particular. Among these are, on I THE PEOPLE'S BANK PENSACOLA.' |
of State Auditor of Alabama. Mr. Times has already expressed The battleships of the United Statesor 50 kits halibut flns $L5 per Kit
.l the the lengthof
,, Hood numbers his friends by the its hope that Dr, iPorter will reconsid. the one metre hand and. ton ,the,other the any other country for that matter 1'V Directors-.-L. J. Reeves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler.I R. M. Car 50 kits of Cod Tongues and 5oUD ',

' ll thousands and. with the state press' er his resignation as state health of- unsuitable character of the ,millimetre cost the taxpayers too much money' to JI" W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings .1 $1.25 per kitBloaters

V unanimously supporting him ficer. One powerful reason for his as its smallest*subdivision in a be allowed to run in and out of harbors + TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Milkers and Roes, il.'rnzs.

: almost remaining is the 'great reputation he practical the inch or the tenthof without competent pilots to guide : YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY' SOLICITED Codfish, Pickled Salmon Dill Picki"

1 ought to have no trouble in making hag achieved nationally and the confidence a foot sense, lending ,Itself much more I them. If it is one of the requirementsof ...... ............................" ."..' .... ..o.o.. .. German Sauer Krout.
a winning race. The Journal wishes felt in him by, the authorities readily to fine, work. Andas the item I the Tfavy Department that its officers Pigs Feet in kits, $1.00.
'( : him success. and the people of the country gener- ot loss has been mentioned:It might I should become pilots of our principal ; I Manewal and, Lange's Fruit ras"!

a'ly.! His management is regardedas be apposite to ask ,what, consideration ports so that naval vessels can' National Biscuit Co's Fruit CaSe -;c

of Interest the best and most effective and no has been giyen'-to, the enormous cost enter them safely under their guld :EI.. 1.\1.1: c.A..R. per pound.
Decision new man, no matter how well quail- involved to manufacturing interest* I ance, they. should be obliged to serve, AVe handle the celebrated blrnds f
fed.! would hate, reposed in him the la the changes necessary $to convert* t their apprenticeships ,in vessels" less Wholeule and Btuil Delnf iq ? Coffee roasted by th9 Gulf CIt Co5e!!

; to, Union'Labor. same reliance, hence the material interests machinery and gauges to' the nsw :. costly than battleships. SteaxnfDorncstkAnthrcite C' Co. H. P. Chipman. Manager

The following o decision, recently of ,the. state woula: be served standard. !I Sinc3=-lorego'ng-was! written,':a and Blacksmith 0 tA L Oaxaca, 35c lb.; Gold Standard &
by Dr.Porter's-, .continuance in office. bill has oren introduced in the Houseof lb: Diamond Blend, 23c l Ib; Go.1d!
handed down by the New York Supreme 1 Office-No. :.3 South Pilafoj street.
i At, a later perjod., when there shall TelephoneSJ. .
: Representatives by Mr. Acheson, of;r Rio. 20c lb.Strictly
4l Court Appellate Division reported have been ,np recent' visitation or Holmes OB o.t ry. PennsylvanIa'making it obligatory for!'I,a' Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez sfeets Phones 6 and 372 I fresh roasted and as.! goOf

in the last issue of Bradatreels ,alarm, ,the-gentleman's wish to retire When I feel; l Inclined, to read' poetry, ] battleships ,and cruisers of the ,first]I H ----w--V -f-V.--, as any Coffee sold In this city

Is of ,interest to, Union Labor eerywlrere might be granted without any undesirable I take down my dictionary. The poetry and second"ciasses ,to have pilots : nl|I -,..---.-.-- ---- Send us your orders and we Sill d.
?i of words is is beautiful
consequences.-Tampa Times. ,quite as
board when entering or leaving liver! promptly.
4 V :. S that of author', orts.j
sentences The may arrange -
.,, The Appellate Division of the ,New i Cotton Tactones Needed. the gems effectively but their I I: ::

York Supreme held.V Court the for recent the First case j jDepartment I The Florida city that erects the shape and luster have been, given by : Easily Managed.' 'j SHINGLES. SASH. DOORS, WI"OOW GLASSI. -- -

7i V first .cotton, factory will not stop &c the attrition of ages. Bring me the A famous lawyer once had a, singular ,ii' !
of The People vs. Marcus that seeS Another Ig to follow and it I to settle. A. doctor "came BUILDING MATERIAL 'I
r tion 171a of the Penal Code, renderIng one : sure finest simile-from the whole range of : case 'I EVERY DETAIL IN
is sure to Aboom to any citj: The II to him in great distress. Two sisters -
of Imaginative -writing and I will show :,
liable employer
I criminally any Phone II. H. DeS
capitalists of Gainesville could make house G I IVICO.\, I
4 labor who should make it a condition you a single word whlcb'.conveys a V living In ,the same. had I'i .
i no better use of their money than toinvest' more babies of equal age who so resembled THE OUTPUTOF
that the employee more profound accurate and a
r cf employment a
itrn a cotton mill. There Is their mothJ J I ..
r: : should not beloffg' to a labor unlont more loqueat analogy.Autoa'at of each other that own : -
plenty of cotton to supply a $75,00\ : .
court said. them :.' -= "- .
pi was unconstitutional. The the Breakfast Table.' ers were unable to distinguish | : -
mill fifty-two weeks in tha
year WORKfs
is a radical departure : when together, and It haj j i f LAUNDRY
V "Such legislation grown near-Gainesville, and room for! they were E. B. ACOSTA & CO.Prompt delivery tq any part of the
1 from what has been regard in nore.-Gainesville Sun. I The Pamllr 9er>>*oolc. pened that by the carelessness! of the' .
V the past as the province of the legis the children'had become ni xed.1 I most carefully guardeJ
' Mrs. Sauers (to ,Willy,' as minister nurses InOffice and,,Yard"ta .8 N. Tarragona .
..ala aid Retail ... cia'
been supposed I .re
Li lature. It has always Contempt of Court? pUs to see Mr. Saners) Willy, Is your"tather 'I IIow were the mothers to make lure ',V V. St., Pensacola yia Phone 363.Hfcal and every effort ad
and the decisions employer so holding so long are as Let a' bench warrant be issued for in? 'Willy-Tcs.' he's opstairs that they received back their,own infants ;: to minimize wea tac ''f*
that an tear. In this way
the contract does not affect the public the arrest of the editor of the Charles.I'!r looking over your, scrapbook.' ; Mrs. ? COAL WOOD ANt ICE of jour collarsiiff:-

health, morals or welfare. Is at ton News and Courier. That paper ,Sauers (puzzled\ ) Yoa mean my family "But perhaps,* suggested the lawyer .. shirts and other gajments '
refers to Federal Jutfge Emory Speer, I all the "the children weren't changed at
liberty to employ or discharge whomsoever account book? WlI1.f-We1. _It's '" .. Is
refuse to of Macon:: as Georgia's celebrated I hare all" I
V he pleases, and same. He and you ,always: a .
V employ any person no matter what "jellow V Jurist. -* Miami. Metropolis. scrap every time be 'oes 6y er It. I, "Oh but there's no doubt that- they ; ,- *-JTd r3Toi r '<' '-, Star Steam
Ills motive therefor may L V without V were changed! ,said the doctor The

becoming answerable therefor except Timber Supply De reaalng. Never Give C:.. "Are you sure of It?" licE COALandI WOOD,

V for a breach of contract for an unjust No better Indication of the rapidly I He-My motto, Is* ,"Never: : give up." "Perfectly.** r xra. tlio ,1 Laundry.

p ; iflable discharge of an employee; decreasing than the supply constant of timber Increase is in reed the:I She-Yes; I've frequently noticed It ina I "Well If that's so, why don't 'iou :.Consumers' Ic0 and Fuel Company. 37 & &aro n :St.: Phon tl*
may ed '
and likewise that an individual crowded 'street! Philadelphia change them back.again?, I don't, e'
of Bomber of every kind. The Office- Corner Chtte and Tarragona. .* Pensacola. Fin.
accept or refuse any employment price I Record. t : ,: any difficult la the case.* ; M V Jf P'Ana 259A:
chooses or cult work at wilL man who has timber and can hold It: _
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r|! For Hardware REPORT (;'.. .. .t :. _
and Builders Supplies
: life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment \? '-

t. 4 which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that ,

p gi| Get Our Prices Before Placing YourPI .' '"' r, n, .healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When 'r ...

: J ,( froai First Page) a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to.cleanse and sweeten and ,,, .{:

!;; Order ,strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would -< ,

,.. '.. heartily approved" .by the War Depart- sanction, because its component parts are known to ,be wholesome and the remedy r,. -:.; +e

.t meat. itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and r:1-lf: r.
,.. In discussing,.the needs of the Unit. :
parents, well-informed, and recommend and which the little "
ij. ed States as to transport service therePort approve ones enjoy, J't
; of the General Staff says: "The because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup 1.' :\. .-!:.

!tl:i iVVe W ant g ou.r ::B"1.1S1n.ess.A.nd Quantity which should be available or .. of Figs-and.for the same reason it is the only Luative which should be used by 'w, .!;'f1
ptoourable Is that which will permit fathers and mothers. -.-.-
: -a. '
the United States to put forth its entire '" S:' :
... : Oaoa eve ou.1.\I.Ion.ey: : military strength at any distance Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently,. pleasantly and naturally .-;; --:

4:t, and In any direction that -t C ,without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, f.. ';,; t
:.$ 11/ Stances may require. To meet this! +n+ without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old- i. I .
condition there should be
.j...:. the ,time a foro of men can available be mobIi2e by-'I ',E '' time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so (>0/5-,

:; Paints
Masury's Varnish.
ItIi'E and I iacdr the organized militia a fleet: strong, healthy and happy do not give them medicines, when medicines are'not ,) .0

; sufficient, either to take by return the force of vessels and. thereafter ofi ,,;:;: needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only _,

: Mail Orders the first fleet, or by the procurement: s'-----; the simple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs. ":

,a Specialty. of additional qnes there should be,i r--r Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative !0 h ./

I+t ships in readiness take the troops f> principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups .and juices, but also .to our J ) z }

i j"j fI as ped fast and as made they ready can be for raised service equIp-NOI' :'1-I. "r,r. original method of manufacture and as you,value- the' health of the little ones, do .; lV

force which is organized and ready -4 ; not accept any of the substitutes which. unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to, ., j
I J \ I
!I! Gordon & Brown Hardware Co. to. sail should ever be required to 1 \df.- increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the Company- "

rait for ships in which to sail.:' I w y' CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In, 'AI\

..... Requirements of Service. j -a-- order to get its beneficial a
4 t I 'The'report then 'enters into a long \... '" ". "=t. l''r3-- '
J. \ effects it is .1"f: '
V'. ... ...., always necessary \
1:1 and :somewhat technical discussion or' { 1"C I' ,,. .J /
: ..
11O-112 East Garden ,;_ \-"t ...... .; ..... to the
St. l Next to Freight Depot. the ,requirements for a proper transport -1 ;( : .t.P1. ', ;; buy genuine"t #".JY.

M service. It says. that it is in- "r"r.'l'h ;,..:.. c. t',t.':'r";;.::.':'-..(,'. only. For sale by all reliable ........-.,,:'.&;? A\. l: {J.1." .... d"i.....:...,....
; dispensable itn th. best results thateach '" l", ::-: \ l'r : '--' -.. \
f--y--: .*--.n.. .,.. itof ship shall ; a 'practical' unit' ."twl"'t. : .:,. ,...,.:1... "-,... druggists.VAMPIRE .. I .r'.ko..-:,. !_ \.., ;, :(_", _t.r..1.---.."....47r.,'
..U...H..t..........__.. ......:...-.....;..!...".................:.:-...._. ,-i-:". H_ iS6*aGF !d of troops with Us carry complete equipmentand I'h.:: ). .."::.- '.-. :,.(":.'-::.:.-, _i-".. b'. ":.0": '....:-.../:."'... ''''- ,../, r.

supply. This makes 1. 1-(.... .' --::. ,;...:. .. .... .'...".'..7...
arrangement ...."..".. "..".. I. .. ) \..."..'.,: .r.- ..
the entire transport fleet perfectly' ".....",. .."..".. ... J
ANOTHER VETERAN I [elastic and adaptable. The nominating : ;S'..-...... '::.:....-{, ;::;;::':..."ic'thil':;' !'', r." .-, ..J..,..rJ
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APALACUICOLASpecial ; "unit" is that of the infantry regiment J:., i--oJ.' i 1 ;: l : .-:....::: .0. ... ':
I with fifty officers 1592 men., 5-r ... ... .J 1 i :. i : :. .',; f ...: : :: '. -l.:
i horses= 140 mules and 400 tons of '" -. '.,.A:... .'. 1 .r .. l. f f :...: .: (<, ;.-, rr':", ,..! ,:.) ;.I .., ,t ,;.... "
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TO THE GREAT BEYOND freight, inclining camp equipage and .,\-;'\. ....: ':. :;:: <-.:;:.- "':.....t r-l: J :: 1 t. ', j.:1.1J: -r 'r! .. fI1.>. J"'41r'j
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to The Journal., 1 subsistence and forage for sixty days '>J ':-- ...__ ,:.. .. :.... ...T.,..... .. \ .:
Calculations set forth in detail lead I ,_ ; .. r"V'. _. ...-."' .
Apalachicola .Jan. 14There Is .-,;; _...... -_:......)-o.n::.. ... -- ... ', .Joa..;u. :y
a to the estimate of three l. .. or'
General George Reese, One of the Oldest and Most t Highly Esteemed small rise in the river and quite a 'per ,man and nine grots tons gross per tons ani (...;.....'....o'... '.,.,.. : .: 'v.\...:,.::- L"\ .(.t. .t;.:.{,. ,' -e ."..!....

number of cypress logs will be brought I'mal!, which will include coal and \; Q'N; ?{;,:::3-'i\: \ ::::: i
Citizens of Pensacola Expired Sunday j I stores. This'gives a ship of, 6500 I ;'Z. ? .::'l .. .""
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to' this' market. I,tons to transport a regiment. For I :->:' .,... .-.....',"-.",'!';.;.:.%:-...'._.,:.... ."!.,. -... ...,.. .:. ...'....'i.. ,.. ......_7.\... '.. ) '''...,....
The Apalachicola Northern ::\t ":' j'.'... .- ... I.... _
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Afternoon at 5 o'clock. squadrons of calvalry with 16 officers r- .,. 1\ .. ." ..; : .J' ". .-- .(: .
I I I .f.:;:..,. :: .. c.' '";. ,, ,: L' .. :1'
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is expecting five hundred Swedes 'to 401:men' 9 civilians and 500 animals, ., \., ; 'p.. ; \ \.... .' ;.'.JJ ; '\
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a ship of 5260 tons would be required ; \ .
arrive in a short time to grade on the> ; # : "(H" ( .._. ) ..... '; .... '
Another Veteran and one of the, members volunteer when the Pen road bed. I for a battalion of engineers with 16), fu .
mo;r widely known in the state has sacola Guards were organized: and officers.. 658 men and 500 animals one I .
raised to the Great Beynd. General went to the front ,to engage in the The Apalachicola Board 'of Trade of 6474 tons; a: battalion of artillery --- ------ -- -- ----, ifflPeters9

George Reese a man known respected four.year conflict. Later he was at held' I< its annual election on January 18 .officers.. 480 'men and 450 animals BATS. !.. '
and loved by both his comrades Cached to( :the Forty-Second, Alabama 9 and re-elected the Incumbent. 'offlcsrs.! one of 5100 tons:' Field Division Hos-

and the community in general, expirea Regiment and was engaged in many for another j ear. pital 28 officers,472 men. 50 civilians it'VI I.I Not Blood But Bread Money.
Blood and Money
a.r his home Sunday afternoon at J tattles among which was the battleof : One :and possibly two, wholesale and 478 animals, "'5480 tons while a Toe? Are Fond .
Death Calve.
.,'plock. Appomatox.. where the Confeder grocery houses 'wili'begin business' '}In j company of the Signal Corps with Cans of Many life insurance because
sometimes shrinks
The! passing away of General Reese ates under 'Robert 15.! Lee sI renderOO'. Apalachicola shortly. 1 I four officers, 150 peen and 60 animals Vampire' bats are found by thousandsIn : A wife it her Interest in herusband'3
drought sorrow to more than one He was a member 'of the Pensacola The U. S. dredge Charleston is at could get along>-with a ship of 1.000 Veragas and CirtquL They are par Improperly imagines gives an

family tn} Pensacola. in Escambiatunty work 03 West Pass bar,"and will con.. toni .....r .,' ticnlarlyfond pf veal blood, but older death Not so. /
. or the entire state, for he was tinue !her work there for'six or seven I Vessels Needed. stock and horses, colts, mules and burros Life Assurance Provides for the Family,

known in many sections and wherpr ,.\ he was known he was loved and Mr., John W. Wakefield. is building 8- infantry regiments.' one cavalry pire' at bis. work; though I saw hun can no longer provide for them. Better insure in the
revered for ha was of that true Chris- a fine two story re idenc4. regiment, three 'artillery battalions, dreds of them,.'but ihe cattlemen all Equitable to-day.
can spirit which endeared him to alL Several brick buildings :will ba.built p"ne engineer battalion ana one oompiny tell the same"story/ The vampire settles
But few were aware of the fact that on the pacs swept by the.fir.*.oa' New. Signal{'1 Corps 4.field hospitals )somewhere on.he- back of the Insurance Knowles Bro- Gen'J t A-?t is

Q6'estec1tlzen'who waa ill. intiInate-with the Year's4Aay; ; ; 'I| and 166 ammunition and supply beast In the pasture at night and then,. Fire Life: S. PensacolaIron I
exception: of those were Ray "V. Pierce, tfce millionaire maa-' wagons, it is estimated that ten 6,500 and 1
slowJtann1 its'wings to
\ acquainted with him, and the newsof ufacturer of patent medicines, bit ton} ships and,njng 5,500 ton ships while r '
his death came as a shock to them. fro:, cuts''c1rculD.t'; piece of skin oneI I
bought St. Vincent's Island and wjlj' would; be required for each division. r
Death was due to la grippe which attested quarter 'o't, an Inch in diameter. - -" 1PI7N
make It a winter resort. He also > TW divisions could be made ready in
purchased '
the heart and caused life's termination Through this bole J be"sucks. the blood ;::s:: "L
d hg gasoline yacht WUUn W*. ft enda'Y's 'vequlring"twenty of the
to be sudden. He had dur flng :,'; .- larger and 1 18 of, the smaller ships. till satisfied da0Ia4A. t
mg the latter portion of the week at L1 .. 5.n, expedition( ,may -be necessary I One woun<4 jVoul4; .be of;JIttle consequence
'Hided the funeral of Mrs Boykin .: .e .. frozu either: the Atlantic or Pacific nor would the) loss of blood do Works\ and Supply Co. i
Jones, and it is supposed that while .N bare the most profound sympathy of coat there should be a suitable number much,.damaga were that all, but half a
ai! the cemetery he contracted the the community. .'of ships afloat on either side It dozen vampires may feast on one poor Manufacturers and Repairers of H
which he aged only a few '
cola from JSj estimated that no more than one
Service., calf, or on the back of a saddle horse 1 MACHINERY
ca\s later. The funeral ser\'ices.-ill be conducted third of the ships afloat could be In.one night Tie'calf is badly weakened FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 5. p,

Seventy-Two Years of Age. this morning at 10.30 o'clock: : made of the available larger and In} 15 34 days.of the to: that smaller 60 by the loss of blood: while a sad- i. STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5

General Reese was born in South bj Rev. Julian S. Sibley at the Presbyterian should be afloat on each ocean or atoUl dle horse so served Is worthless until Prompt attention given to all orders, day or sight Agent :S'
Carolina, and was over ssventytwdmars chinch, and the' remain of 120 of the larger and 108 of the wounds are entirely healed. But tj for James McKay & Co.'a celebrated Log and Timber Dogs also t;
of age. His appearance and will be placed at rest in Stt John'scemetery. Uecs-maller. an 'a'; regat of 228 ves ihat Is hot the worst result of the bite. Chains of all description. 2 1
: The pall bearers ,will be PHil. WITTMAN. ..
Phone 123. Mgr.Residence
genial nature however would never sels. Even at this if all these \et. Tba region swarms with a.pestiferousfly a Office
of the church
officers of which he was Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123. rsN
have! led anyone to believe that he follows sets were available at one time there that won after daylight finds the
an elder, as : C. F, Zeek, R. M.
was of this advanced ageHe bad be total of 'only 225,000 &. s.
Bushnell. W. B. Ferriss A. D. Morri could. a men woqnd and lay eggs In it. Unless the
a Kind word for everyone and whenever ., son, J. R. Kellar and F. 8: Mellen.. transported The Board finds that wound is properly. cleaned and dressed ______ n _' __ -' -'".
the opportunity offered always tonnage of such vessels
Extended a helping hand to tne poo GENERAL GEORGE REESE. The Confederate Veterans will attend amounts gross to 1.368,000 tons where in with a waxy. salve within forty-eight .NNNNNN............................... .
the services in a body and a special hours after ple'nmpire's attack the
and worthy. 1504. all the tonnage cf the Americant
Guards when the 1 latter took possoe- car has been provided for them !am merchant marine .was 57 sea. animal" ,will be destroyed by the progeny i MSlk Chocolate] 1 .i
Member of U. C. V.
son of the Pensacola ,navy yard and going vessels of 4,000 tons and upwards of the flyThe percentage of .
The aeces&sa'' was one of the hon. remained in service there for some Attention Veterans; with a total .of 400,000 tons calves thus killed Is large In spite of .,
fed and enthusiastic members of time. There will be a meeting of Camp And this the report notes includes the.watchfulness of the cow' herders. 1'
Camp Ward No 10. U. D. C.. with '- Christian. Ward No. 10, U. C., V., at 9:30 ocloc the'very fastest Atlantic liners which Panama Correspondent, i FOIr Eating 01l1lHy. f
shish; he had been connected since A Consistent this (Tuesday) morning at the office Would be taken by the Navy for

Its organization He was always in The deceased was a consistent of Superintendent N. B. Cook. ,Thereis scouting purposes and some very I Smoklaff.C..toma.A.mong : :
.5, 10 15, 20 cent
attendance at meetings and endeavor. Christian ;being'a':: 'member and elder I a full attendance requested, sinCe lire ships that wcuh not be generally the Becbuanas of AAlca It Is Cakes ..20 and.40, cents box : .c.
*J to keep the Vets. of '61 to '65 in of the First Presbyterian church wita! the camp will attend the funertl 'of serviceable. "In short" says the i Croquettes ,
the custom for when smoking '
: people box
Pie ,.' *() cents ;
tfrested in the organization. He wa; which church be bad been .connected tbeir late comrade. Gel, Gear report "to strike the quick blow ota Tablets ?
tcf take a Umber twig which they Chocolaty Sardines .. .. .. .. .35 cenaa box t
never happier than when with comrade for many years; He was always a Reese. force corresponding to our military i
I bend into the form of semicircle and
of the civil war and discussing regular attendant at the' services and establishment, would require a ,
events that had transpired during]I took much interest! in the church. lIe The Original ally all the American shipping practic'j I then bury in mud. !This is well poundd : THE= ORIGINAL, MILK CHOCOLATE .' '

those daysGoneraj became a member of the church when Foley & Co:, Chicago 'orlginatsd.. able character in Atlantic waters and I down and when the earth is sufficiently : It is mos: i' sustaining, being,: amalgamated by special process : t
Reese was honored on numerous he first came to Pensacola from South Honey and Tar as a throat 'e.n4' lulls care than the entire tonnage in Pa set tIle twig is withdrawn : with the finest fresh milk, containing! all its cream. :' g

: occasions by his comrades, I Carolina before;. ,the; civil war and during remedy inj on account:: of.'the STtll clfiC waters"To I !leaving a !hole which answers the purpose +
'elding numerous positions as an offi- his residence always led ana1 upright merit and popularity of Foley's Honey t of a pipestem. Tobacco is placedIn : 14WGarden LAZ JACOAYThe Popular :
,er In the camp and also in the bnraoe and Christian life; and Tar many imitations :are' offered draw the fire out of a burn heal the excavation. Phone 183 .

the of which at one time he was I -eaves Four Children. for the gerulc These worthltss Imitations a cut without leaving a scar; or to cure The Hawaiian' natives habitually :................... ...........+....+++.....+.....+.
head. I Four children; two eons and two have similar sounding nd'mes..: boils sores tstter, eczema and all skin I swallow 'the smoke and a few whiffs

Served With Distinction. I daughters ,sury{ve.. They .are J. S. Beware of them. The gnuln Foley's and scalp diseases use D:W1tt's Witch 'are' enough to produce Intoxication.This .
The general, as he was familiarly Reese president of the People's Bank; Honey and Tar Is in a yellow pack'; Haxcl Salve. A specific for piles. Get I drawback however, has Its compensatlng -
known in all portions of the state' E. B. Reese president ,of the Gulf age. Ask for it and refuse any substi the'genuine. No remedy causes such I advantage since the exhaustion i J+
served with d'stinction throughout the Machine Works; Miss Uziie Reese tute. W. A. D'Alemberte. druggist speedy relief. Ask for DeWitt's-the ; of a single pipe Is enough to pro- NEW NewBruaswlckeBalke
.tv11) war. He was one of the first and Miss Lena'1eese. all of whom and .apothecary.! genuine., duce wholesale inebriation as it Is Five 130168 I .

i passed from 'mouth to mouth.
1905'z. :'- The Kaffirs smoke daghu: tobacco a POOLPARL Everything Up-to-Date. 4

= species of hemp. in a water pipe resenibling -
the hookt
A Card:
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346 and 348. York. that all
a. This is to certify druggists
THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL 1 : LIFE: INSURANCE COMPANY. areauthorized to refund your moneyIf .'.. .
Foley's Honey and Tar fails to curetyour L
-.- i ti 1 1 i i i .. r cough or co4-! It stops the ..............................N.....1..lN/NNNN. ,1

'T'HIS that it has issued dUrIag.tht:>*ar4905 over URING the year (theCompany'|as laid" in dt'ath.losses on the lives of cough heals, the lungs and prevents 1 i, '
Company announces
D results from a. coll. Cures la :
1 ,over. 6,800 ijojde/f: l ,, more th' serious 'i
and A LONGER 'f
155,000 POLICIESIn grippe cough prevents pneumonia I 2
2ifMILLioN'bQLLARS.'D and consumption. Contains no opiate
the of : ., .- The genuine! is In a yellow 2
sam over 't .
i{ |
g Copjpanj"haipad! d to its
the year Uving.policY.h6Iders. in maturing Refuse substitutes. W. A.
295 MILLION DOLLARS. policies and other cub beneflte,''over package.D'Alembert, druggist and apothecary. : BUSINESS DAY i

of (insurant on which the first premiums have been paidto the Company $20,000,000- .
!In cash The Company Is now composed of the holders:of bver 'Hlm! tfl .....u1-H Z
During the year ths'Company'haa'tokned: direct to 57.000 of Its 'M, :#((1';
policyholders .
: AERSIiLY la the .result. oljiaving your store brilliantly lighted;
1 MILLION POLICIES the sole security of their upwards cf r '
on poljcies : TOLD .inslds and out consequently : lIi
tow in force than : $ : BUSINESS LOCALS. (
for more t90DfpoOf
Profits. t ty'
and More
2,058 MILLION DOLLARS at,5 per cent.. interest, without.tea or other\ charge. :S .I Ii More
c' Paid-for Insurance in tone, which Is over During the year the CojnpaoV>k" paid*. to its policy" .holders',in dividendsover l J-Perting it: Co, wholesaleanrfTetatt Z Bright Jlghts(; .are1 the best' sortof advertising. We want I
McKln merchants about this light
: .
: to Talk progressive
130 MILLION DOLLARS- :.: . '-&>lip! cbandiera and grocers, : 'to' -, .' -
.- 5".QOO.poo, the-0nlr flrst<.U kousa of the kind tion ques-I
mere than it had a j ..r..p :
Paid for insurance in force" in ppns; ol&. Fair S.i1ces to all : ,. 1t

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TOTAL INSURANCE IN FORCE ,,; $2,058,000,000 C. V..THOMPSON,' line of beauttfnl has Just box opened papers Itfesh i Pens o!. Gas Company | 1.r

Company, who OWN the. Company, and who AW>N& recelv;i the PROFITS of the Company. Christmas presents. ,
who ARE 'the Also
lti ur1n the of 1.000,000 Pollc es. ., 6ut( ablefor Street.
: 27 E. Garden r
24 and ;
penPas.separ1qut pIcture Phone 148.i j =
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: j 1 :!t to ;i f;r -1"t ;;;' !t1 \ THE BLOOD DISEASEb


\ '.. 'When a Sore or' Ulcer is slow in healing it is the best evidence of a dis.

1 of the blood and disordered system. They show that
"Mercerized" Heard and Done Among Those :Who Go.i' Come ;: FACE : ,BY ,CHARLES H. : eased condition >hicli should pass, off through the natural channels the
1 impurities of
: POWDERt' bodily
; : : snd Tarry-Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. I, C1 AMJBER.LINCopyright !| are being retained in the system from some cause. The blood ab-

an > I "orbing the waste.matters becomes steeped in poison which finds an ouUtt

: 669 .$ ..... ''S> it ; ,Pos, >Chorla u.namberlln tS the Sore'or' Ulcer, keeping i
By E. NELLIE BECK Telephone t S : through x have not words Strong enoaghinflamed
j Cotton Cheat BERRY.IS\! <& ;3,;r. ." ... .:. Jt: painful, and festering" AS praise your great medicine. I had_!
.. constantly discharges its Bore< on my left temple for years. %
John in his the blood would itch burn and bleed,
:Carroll .sat tipped back and I co I
I CHRISTENING ui voices to 'advantage CUYOUCAN txrison' into these places, they eat not get it to heal.. Aftertakings.52 t
t women's office chair liis comforta- :
perched awhile It began to
I E flesh) and discharge,aDd
a Offered by some merchants SUNDAY'AfTERNOON. ? ", '"'/, If ;yen<< have not used jt TOO are Lly on ,the desk fcf front of him. The deeper into, the' surrounding" the poi.onoua matter was out it heal"lite y
fj has really increased I don't: suppose that Jane's r peaking t D'ltleetintt! lour be at).' All drul--E I tissues, growing larger: more, this was about ten years Ago and I ha'offensive :-
I There wa a double christening at1:30o'dock voice could even.'be'made-'really l1"t sell it. ilick, click, ; of>> a typewriter mingled! in spite of all the sufferer. never seen MCL any.:. nrtit Since.

the demand for our Sunday, afternoon at the melodious, although strange say I (1 PRICE _50 ?.,TS: with, the murmur of ,voices!, ame to ; can do, until ,the': entire health, is O:1nt." JOSEPHUS.REID

'I.' residence of Mr. and Mrs. Uohn G her storing? voice is not at all, un f White, Red and Brunette. him; .indistinctly cc through: {he closed, :affected. Washes, salves, powders and such treatment are desirable for the

. I Guaranteed Welsh ,324 daughter West Romana' when their peasant.! *' Manufactured" 2 E" door, the curtain of which 'was drawn reason.that they ar .cleansing and also help to relieve the pain, but they are
baby Lola L. and Paul 1
eliminate "
I But could that stri The
you curative. blood is
in no filled
E.R.Berry LouiS ltbis'oftice force'that l1 1ie"1iis'busy way with
Joseph son, of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. dent quality. Chenr l|Cai,st -slgn :
, I 'poison and until it is removed the
1 All-Wool Suits \\ illiams, were baptized by Rev. F. A. In the and must on 'no'accorot be dis sore cannot
i The other day I was sitting I :
..ttf3 tt .i heaL S. S. S. is the only cure for these
t .
Rogers pastor of the Gadsden! M. E. seaward end of a ferryboat when ,{ turbed. S S S' t\: '
for'Men and church 'and his Rev. W.: d nces of impure blood. It goes down to the
'ti i Boys ,, 'predecessor Jane came in from the.sllp. The boat Leaning oer. Carroll ,took a letter .
: Q. Vreelan. now associate pastor of was full and every one was talking, root of the trouble and cleanses the circulation

: i the Palatox church' but Jane's voice rose above all the For Expert Watch' Repairing and from the desk and carefully reread It. VtGt='TABLE.ofallpolsonsan impurities. "S. S. S. enriches

: .. those particular about Mr; and Mrs., Welsh stood as sponsors others and almost every. one looked.. It,ran as follows: PURELY the blood and remvlgorates the different members -

t S their Suits and who require for'i Paul- .Joseph Williams, and up. ". Engraving, go to i .ti" ""London England. of the body so that the impurities and waste matters can pass off as

: all wool honesty InS Mr. Williams and Mrs.! Frank Davisas I'll venture to say that most of them J. F. ,DAVIS "Dear-)Ir. Carroll- Iother-Is writingto ntureinte'n'de5 ''j'1iiith discharge ceases, the sore scabs'over, new flesh

S ? their clothes and who object sponsors for LoIs L, Welsh. were reminded of'a beautiful macaw. the Jeweler friends I a .,borne and has asked me:ta formed, and the place heals permanently. ok on Sores and Ulcers ani
Quite: Jnarty of invited
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For there is no Denying that Jane without
: to clothes character friends were present and the occasion is a handsome girl. 213 South Palafox'Street.. let you know that we nre sailing for any medical advice,you need : charge

. S based on' outward appear- wag ,further celebrated ,'with appropriate :- And she's a bright girrand she says. The Latest in Watches w Yqrls Wednesdaytoday's Monday THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA,
:: ance now know "who's music and a service of delightful bright things but they are 'all" ) on ,the Brichtland. It Is a slow 'S =

who" In the clothing business refreshments giving' the young screeched at )'ou" : -| and Jewelry. boat aid brings us to port a week
I christians, happy start_ on the, good If Jan marries let her pick out a S from. Saturday. Please come and meet
I i road through life. phlegmatic: : man' unless she uaep a file '
us. We shall be utterly helpless! In that
: I -4- on that voice. It would be cruelty' to
: ESCAMBIA DEPOT. and after the' two years:
TEACHER'S READING CIRCLE animals to let her marry a sensitive OYSTER roar ,bustle
spent In this slow going hemisphere. ,
INVITES: MEMBERSHIP. soul say a painter" or a writer because Phone 1210. GRE.ENa&WATSON
to be ,shut up In the same cage } "I w D4erlf'mother's legal advier"ha's5
The. teachers of public school No. day after day with the most beautiful 'ine Perdido Bay;Plant and Escam-,I changed:and if we :will recognize,

The John White Store 1 have organized a reading circle. macaw Imaginable would 'be to have bia Oysters at reasonable prices. him at'the pier. As for me; foreign capitals -

which will be known as The Teach one's nerves de-insulated. Tabarras &: Co.will have added three inches'to my
Sffdalitt In Men'* Wear, ers Reading Circle" and will meet She may be disobedient and outgrow height besides the dignity of a presentation -

2O5-2O7 S. Palafox Street the second Saturday of each month. It; she may,be disrespectful and at court Until the coming Sat

The first lesson will be on HerbertSpencer's outgrow It. be met at th*,trains by"; !..Ir. Will urday, falttfully, SPECIAL-SALE FOR THREE GAYS!'
Phone 225.COFFEE. education and the principal But if jour daughte( has an ,unpleasant -,..I I E. Day and a host of other cordial' '"MARGARET CLEARWATER.
tcpic discussed will be "Moral Educa- : ,voice she won't outgrow it.!I hospital
t'on." All the teachers are cordially imlss you keep at her all:the time.":' l Baptists will people open-Baptist their *:,hearts and pon-and I That signature' meant so much, and Commencing Monday, January 15.

invited. The meetings are to be held Charles Battle Loarnis, ,in Florida j their so little.
to them:'v-There are. noI ,-
1a school No 1. 'Eun. S I Letter people on the tace of the earth I I Another letter in flner"hand read:' All broken sets FIne. Embroldsries, the Dainty Baby Embroideries,

-4--' than th good .-pebtolfc' of *Bartow.: _"Dear John-Margaret Is writing, for J some wider ones up to the corset cover, widths, will go at just half
AFTERNOON EUCHRE Miss Grace Perry of Ft. Barrancas The guests of M1. and Mrs. Jasper I i your' help on our ,arrival!., but t needS :1 I the, original price. _All marked, in p ain figures.

MEETING POSTL?ONED. entertained at dinner Saturday _even Summerlin are tobe especially con- S your help right! away. A young fellow i '
I for :Miss Newman who ,is visitingat .. ,v. met
ing gratulated. [ from Plttsbarg named Richards; I ''TRICOT FLANNELS.
The Tuesday Afternoon Euchre
the navy jard i Margaret at a country house In DevonshIre : '

; We are the Pioneer Avery that was this to afternoon meet with has Irs..postponedthe John .. ,-, I, ,Mrs. -Phineas Stone);and' daughters I six-months ago and has:been de i I Twenty-n\e ,shads' to select from, per ;ard only'. .. .. .. ...19c

meeting till Tuesday of next Rev. B. C. Glenn's5parishoners and Miss Theresa and Miss Nina return- voted'to ber ever since. How devoted I Flannelettes, single ,fold.. ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .7i/2c

Ip 11 Coffee Roasters of Aveek-Jan: 23-when the club will innumerable friends 'regret, to leant' el Sunday night from a delightful did not dreaia until she told,me yesterday : Flannelettes, double fold.. ...... .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... .... ice
that he is confined to. the house by a ,Isit of three months' New York. I'
In, ofmy
'bad'propos spite
meet with Mrs. I!. O. Anson. that
West Florida.McHUGH'S havy col'\\ '1 Remnants in all departments are being culled out and sold at a
," Mr. and Mrs C.'iC Covington leave ; protests because of 'f/l'clr, ,:youth sacrifice. '
MARRIED LADIES, MEET Mrs. Floyd A. Manker, of Indianapolis this morning to spend .a week In i Margaret has promised- him.an answerin I

WITH MRS. MAX, BEAR. Ind., formerly Miss:.Mlnnia Wood Jacksonville.. two months For the last year I i You.are -cordially invited to call and look them over.
BLENDShave of this city, arrived 'last evening to -* VMr. '- hate been trying to persuade her to-a The Married Ladies Euchre
meets, spend the winter .with, her parentsMr. .' Bruce 'Weeks in 'Jacksonville cept Englishman ,vhl) has a, tidy
this afternoon with Mrs. Max L. Bear and Mrs ,John 'G,:-Wood.: Mi. attending. the Masonic Grand Lodge brewing' business in Yorkshire and :

: no equal. A trial) on East Gadsden.'-'- Manker will join her, ,"later.. __ J .' who has been- her 'constant ''shadow,! IGR-ZEN & I WATSON

NEW.; CITY FLINCH fisvsiting Mr. and Mrs R.; H.,Turn r; Jr are I but she says she.;will marry an .Ameri-
Miss Adams of Canadawhd ; spending' a week with !..Ir. and :Mrs.
will the '; 1 can or die a bachelor g.rl.
Miss Daisy Horsier; R. H. Turner Sr.; corner Thirteent. \ John look this fellow ,
New City Flinch Club meets i to-morrow' for DeFuniak/ Alias Hors.'street: and Seventh Avenue, East "JCow. ; please
: noisseur that we this :afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs.C. |ler studied ph"Stcal"cultura and elo. hill., *& up financially. ram not yet persuad-

J. Levey. .423 East Cervantes and cution uhder :Miss 'Adams at Grimsby Jed that he Is not after Iargaie 's mon TO, IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY

: make no extravagant e\ery member ,is cordially' invited! to last summer. 1"1\I1ss. Lena Mailing of ,Powelton S is I ey.' 'And when: ,we, get home: ,, do use visE"rHE'NADIN'OLA

be present. In'toe city attendingbusiness' col your Influence-with- her to postpone the :

I claims. -+- .Mrs. Morris Bar {1:1: expecting:'her. lege._ '- sal 0* '9* whole buslnessMintii comes of age:, NADINE FACE POWDER
I EXCELSIOR FLINCH I attractive sister Miss '}'eta' Rosenauof a"'x-: i "How good'It will seeni to be'within

'TO MEET WITH ,MRS. RICE. Louisville,next week on 'a visit. Innumerable.friendsiwiU' be sadlfn-| easy reach of your sound advice once' IK GRKKT: BOXES ONLY.

1! Wholesale and RetailGROCERS The Excelsior Flinch Club meetsat Miss Rosenau is now visiting in Tuscaloosa e; to learn that Mrs. Henry.T.Wright i more. Sincerely, SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARMLESS

3' o'clockVednaray afternoon Ala., en route to Pensacola. is critically ill., "EVELYN CLEARWATKU." WATER.
Pc : with Mrs. Charles ,J. Rice 24 East :Miss Annie Gay. returned Sunday Ten years before, fresh from college; 1SJADINE Fare Fowttor Is eompound.d andpuri1l"fl.
: Ask for Blue .Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla .
Brainard. ;: (or"him- by a MWIT: DliCOVlrftl' PROCT -
he had made
where a name
eight from Alabama where she spenta Prudno beaut fat,, .
Extract and at.Jt plain.! The 8. a soft velvety appearance
i '-+- few days in Brewton then visited '% self as crack guard and stroke oar?Carroll -' which remains until washed cff
and all kinds of Feed I THAT MACAW VOICEOF kind that gives desserts the-famous Ladies who Nadine 1 Powder
::4 rer aunt Mrs. D. E. McCorvey" in Mon "Blue Ribbon Flavor.q f[ ,had Joined< Stephen Clearwater as boxes are sure use the complexion ac will bo m grn rrsh

4iI Stuffs.Pluto DOTTY JANE. ; rceville. I hIs private secretary. For five' years: And lovely at done .)t the evrnrae THS
I know it is none of my business, 1 I he and Margaret, Clearwater's, only: QUALITY M UNJ QUALED. Buy oDftto"npackage \
but are you going to let Jane grow The Baptist State convention meets had been good chums: She audit you are not entirely Mti.finlnotify
: .child, very us. an4 w* will promptly Iizrcsu:
up with that unpleasant voice? in Bartow to-morrow and the .delegates I I always levied her tribute,of candy on TOCK ilOSKT:
Haven't you ,reaa' the praise of are to be congratulated., ,They ii\-I: Hold br leading drnezuta, or maiL IV.ee
.rjLS Water him whenever Appeared at her1 house cents., White.*'Icsh,Vink.firunett.

,. and usually''man: ged -to' 'accompany' Prepared by
: ... him on his dnIvhen.overseeing her
The Journal's Fashion Feature Special to Th1ourn : National ToUet Co. Te
Daily I Paris n.
father's real estate,interests. _1Rt .
Wholesale and Retail. Chippy, Jan. 15-The city seems to ,
Sold In PenaacoU all
by leading druU*
Then he had started his own bust-
have its share of visitors nowt ,Amongthe ,
prominent traveling' men and I ness, she had gone away to school, and -- -'-

I business visitors for the last few they had not met until her home coming "Margaret, your mother:: has askedme RING C. L. McVOY

;, New Orleans Grocery Co.
: Pensacola; John Mooney, Mobile er which she and her mother had sailed began "but" c&eap.vest rD meats a sp cialty

; Sheriff Allen of Vernon and Al for ,Europe. As Carroll! reviewed his She looked up at him. and there was 'Deli ror6d. to any part of the / .5., Hojrelxxwn of The Journal.\ life for (be ten years be acknowl- .
; past steel in her
r Jas. McHugh ':. Circulation' ,Manager Sweet. of The eyes; "
; edged to himself that be could not tell \'I have declined her ftqncst. Instead ,
S 5/ Journal paid: a shortvisit to, the, city
just when it;was that he had fallen in I must tell you what his: been in my

tt Phone 105. Proprietor. ( Sunday. S, !love with Margaret. Certain it was heart for a Jong time. I lqie Mar ,
C ow Bros. ,Lumber, Co.. have Just you
1 closed a'dal with 'the Dekle Land I she bad'nev r discovered his affection garet; have loved you-for how many i (OWStory)II

U- q- Co. for the saw mill and timber:on much less reciprocated It. lIe had let years I do not know." <

1. Nick's Buffet and .ri / 2.200 'acres of land near theIr' mill. her go to Europe without making any She did not 'draw' back, but 'opened

: ,1 '-5." They now have on::'hand a large sign thinking that there would be plen- I. her big blue eyes with a Jittle! twinkle I

amount of material as'' they have been ty of time after her return. And now and waited for him to go n."When j
unable to secure cars enough to ship. she was returning practically engaged
jour mother wrote me oC
Restaurant I ( )
,the output' of their,mill. to another man and the castles be had Jour intended engagement J first real

We are informed that Hon. W. A. been building for the past two years i ized the height and breadth: of my p s4slon
Si is the only place of its Bryant will agatn'ibe"a candidate' for had suddenly tumbled about bis ears. "
4 '* Washington for YQU, and ever since ,I have I II about curednseati '
Mud in Pensacola, in factit It flashed him that her ship was "country
upon [ ,
bow I shall do with.
beenvonderiny .
5 Mr. his i ; "
t. S county.: Bryant represented all that <>
'and -
is '- due in a couple of days:and that at devolved I I
'atHhe last'tet-m of out I I shall it
county the Legi{ you suppose manage good enough to tell, but< :
f Jature.with honor to both. himself and upon him-to look up this' young I somehow but 'I could not, keep silent I with the."good old times

his constituents. Richards in the meantime. It was,asking.'too much, ofmy heart, that sort of thing ha" '

A Pride to Several more carsof steel rails Saturday found Carroll at the pier. and so I Lave told jou not all, but,a passed away. You would

;:::. have arrived for the. B. C. &. St. A., Emerging from the rush"of,passengers, small part of my story. I hope" not eat! that kind of nuai

Pensacola.Larger I ,', : work on which is belli'; pushed'rapldh Mr.. Clearwater greeted him with tho What he hoped was not told, for the now if you could get It.
: S -. Mr.. L. E. Millerj the general contractor warmth: and affection of a mother. would
: next moment, with a.girl in isis arms, any more than you
who has been in New York
Margaret offered her hand In a formal he was transported to a paradise ha burn a tallow candle in
tl cities cannot ./fij' for some da.ys" has. ,returned :here. way and turned' 'to- bid adieu to acquaintances had,not dreamed of. place of an electric lisa

I boast of a better equipped of ttd voyage. Customs Some time afterward when articu- ,and every
t place. The servio is the \ officials dispensed with. Carroll saw
UNCONSCIOUS POISONING late speech bad returned to John, a I
11' 'I.
best that can bs lr*:. ;,.., : the mother: and daughter safely ensconced -
L. ,
r l/. How It Often Happens from' Coffee. voice from his shoulder asked WeII=Ordered
: )k'J'; : "I had no idea,",writes Duluth man in a 'cab and left them to rejoin "John, dear, how: long have you loved I II ,

: ;i: "that it was the"e ffei" I had, been Mrs. Clearwater' 'at their hotel aft me?" -

Nick Apostle Propt'r '..-,. -" drinking all my life that was' responsible -,er,dinner. I "You remember the day your father Tablie
: ? ., "John" '
5r'S .f I..t '? for. the headaches which were' "Welt Mrs. Cloarwater said died and you came to me'and said that

S 5... ..'Ea4.5i& of' '.' growing upon me, for the dyspepsiathat ,sshe, entered the room' that night, "I've I would hu'e'to take care of you in future Is now supplied with meat

S .-.-. -.. S 1'1"JI,... '? ., '' niedicines.wod14reliev.' ., and sent Margaret off to her:. room so 'we ? I realized then that,I wanted to prepared by toe highest

p : ,,;." '." for the acute fyousaess'bich' un: can have a talk :alone.. You can see take care of you-in-a'different way. ski'l'!] which science ana

\ J ; -,..! .,__ fitted 'me 'not'onlfor wok but also her later, but I must retire early and noVo. Miss experience can furnish
And nardheart, bow Ion;
'S-i ,. : for the most .ord1nary.Tsocial. func sleep the/oiling of the ship. First is uO
; t.i:' : have you loved me'without, giving! any"Btapldr Tbdrg none superior
Our Rich tions.: t : I want to know what you learned about ; Armour's
\ .IYffI": : sign? : '
: "But at last the truth'dawned upon young: Richards. He's all right socially -
the harmful bev"'erage she replied, with a jrl -aa
I forthwith bade
me but I'm 'not perfectly he's not Gold Band Bacon
Z1 : : sure eye ,
4 LS l a prompt farewell ordered' in of mischief In her ., "When, I told I
after Margaret's
VelvetyIce :.\ 1 ', ; some,Potum and began to use rt. The money. you that you would have to take care Boiled Ham
"l ve made inquiries among'
..e: good'effects of the new food drink were my of me' I meant It*In 'the way you ,
friends," replied Carroll in a dry voice,
i. apparent within:a very few days. My thought I didn't mean It"
1. ,; "and find his family fortunes considerably Lunch Tongue,
I Cream headaches grew less frequent and decreased -
more than, ,double Margaret's
\ : :In violence, :my'stomach., grew Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Absolutely
S -.5 strong ind able-to digest my food inheritance. Ox: Tongue,
with a covering of delicious l. t \" .:, without distress of:any"kind.s my'nerv-. Mrs. Clearwater smiled. Harmless.
S flavor-chocolate or :: : :; ousnes}'has'gone:and,I,wo.: aleon* :, 'Trutbfinlly. John I don't believe the The fault of giving children medIcine Sliced Bacon, i im-ib-tias,

\ fruit-food for the gods- joy life ,with nly.fnei1hOran4'.Sldtpsoundly ; girl really loves him, though, when'I containing injurious
ambraislal nectar. "They o'nights My, physica strengthand try to talk her out of her determination sometimes 'more' SUbstance.s'j and the other choice prepared -

taste so good." Our HE'RstM'ARTLY'SIMPLE PARTY FRO /'- nerve' Dower have increased so to' 'give him a' final an'swer in two' disease from '_which! :.they :are suffering. meats which w!

I 'II much that I'can'do'double the work I :months she Insists she "'PI.accept him. Every moth-r,should know that Cham sell you. It's as ch"ap '

Hot Chocolate i A'woolen; .material that will wash kerchief points th3 neck, part being used to do, and feel no undue fatigue .The idea that you were to J>e consulted ber'ain's! Cough RemeJy'is perfectly live ,well as to live al>

satisfactoillf jsftor'and away the most merely cut from e, square of material; afterwards. made ber furious." safe for children' to take.' It'contains other way. Try it.

modish far: lh$,little girl's...winter party and the embroidered ruffles are likewise "This improvement set in, Just: as ,"I feel she is, wholly right about it, I nothing harmful and.fo& ,coughs, colds

.with whipped cream is I frock; and the latest conceit.employs of the dress goods, worked.. self soon as the old coffee poison had so Mrs. Clearwater," interrupted Carroll. t'and croup is unsurpassed 'For'sale by

enjoying wide popularity. embroideries: wrought directly colorings. Th? sleeve Is th* modish worked out of my.'system a;, to allow I '"She knows:she is .responsible to you I all druggists. '
S. upon tha material for trimming effects.! puff wi'h a shallow ruffle=:- above ,the the food elements in the Postum to get that whatever
'alone aDd I am sore I
Such a one ts pictured here, the, neck' elbow for a finish. The little skirt a., hold ,to build me up again: I cheerfully SofGahn & CO.
would not to
} '1-_ .'. benig cu? msdishly low for the small has ,a deep hem topped' wth( 'a hand- testify that it was Postum and might say sacrifice her con- BUILDING'TRADES
but would friendShip
girT quite a marked daeolletage Is considerd -!, run tuck of almost the same depth as Poatum! alone that'did aft this,lor whenI -'
correct thing. There'is a.' the hem and the 'threw: a thing"which I"m very anxious will be Joint The Pure Food Store .
the ; the shirrfnjs at bgan1o drink Itx I physic to There a meeting 'of
S Kandy Kitchen Cafe, body lining that maybe of any-of thel],band adjust the fuUn?ss. A 'Wg butterfly the' dogs. Name given by, Postum Co-, toretaluIargaret's.**. Locals"No. 74 and 107 and 459 January led IntenJeic
Southwest: Center Palafox !
] approved lining materials and on this, sash is the usual finish; :and the Battle CreekS Mch.! Iii entrance cut short furthercenTersition 16.1906. at,Local No. 74.halL'Business

I the: ueoriatta la arranged to form a :smart hair ribbon' l U usually of the There's a reason. Read th% famous ., Mrs. Clearwater r excused of importance. r '

104 S.Pal fOL Phone 999 puffy blouse, .the' fastening being In : same ,piece and pattern ;as' the /sash" little bodK'""TH6'Road,to Wellvills" in I I herself,' and, Carroll' found hImSelf ,L., 'HBDBNBACK; PHone.j g

:_. the baric; Tbe, tha is cut in hand. but in a narrower width of course., pkgs. .5 talons, with! the girL 'Business Agent

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'.: .' I FOR.S4,200. FOR SALE' .- '

FROM MANYSTANDPOINTS .Lots In 'NaWty tract.-.sure moneymakers A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. .

you can buy two new 6 room houses, each.. .. .. .. .. .. ....$25

--- renting for $480.00 per year. These $23. 00.00-One' of the most valuable pieces of property in thecity
L houses have bath etc. gas and lec.. Other prole4b in all parts of cIty on a corner and fronting 3 streets (260x240). "

,..*.> :..;...!:(,. tricity. Can be had for Call. and.seevus! 'tou are looking fora $.OOO.OO-New two story brick building on Garden street near' Pal-

.'. P'. ,'" : $1200 CASH-Balance 7 per ,cent home or investment.' afox. with lot 92 'feet front. Quick sale.
S '. .:.! ;:". :.' $12.500.DO-Larga story brick building near business center. A '
FORt RENT. good Interest payer. "
: PAY YOU TO LOOK INTO IT. IT ; $7500.00-Desirable building'' lot.near business 'center. on corner (245
Real Estate may be considered the best and safest Investment WILLPAY, 10 PER CENT.: NET 30J W., Cbase, street.? .! ..$20- I feet!! by 192 feet), '
for either a man of means or a man of ll nit
income. This house has all, modern conveni i about 12 percent We consider this a bargain.S .

ences. : $5500.00-Large 2-story dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood. (

LESLIE, E. BROOKS with 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot 0 by ISO feet.
IpYOUWANT YOUR MONEY 'Cottage at Fishsrville .. .. ....$9 Our Rental Department is given special attention, and our lists -

204 S. Palafox St.. Fisher Building. Self-Preservation I of stores ffices 'and dwellings contain locations in all parts of ,tao "
TO EARN FROM 7 TO 12 PER CENTand city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading .

BROWN & CO. is the first law of nature. It's aptly I foreign' and American companies can fully protect you from the fire

For Sale.FOR L. S. applied to the 'Insurance business.; I fiend. Loans, in, any amounts made on real estate, and on, short no '
yet be absolutely safe yoU should investigate some Thiesen. Building. Those who !insure want absolute secur. tice. _

of our offerings in residential property on East and North SALE.-Pecan trees; all sizes; ity. Some get it, others don't. CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO iNVEST YOUR' __

HH1 Will be glad, to have you call, or write if:you like, from extra fine; paper shell seed. W. _

FOR SALE-Fire proof safe; in good from our office makes you as & WATSON.

condition. Price $25. Grant & Co.. secure as'a government bond.A _
7 E. Intendencia. 13Janlm Successors to Thoc. C.Watson & Co.
risky policy may cost a shade

FOR SALE.-Grocery store 'and meat 100100 less, but it won't give as peaceful! No. 37 S. Palafox St.' LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS. _

JP>e1I1l acolsi tavestmeiratI. COo market attached; business good! ; sleep. '
> reason for telling on account, of going FINEST BUILDING SITES ON EAST Before! irs>uring. see us. _

north owner does not want to stay HILL -
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ADVERTISEMENTNotice Professional!
50'50 LEGAL Directory
W. KNOWLES, President R. L SIMPSON, creUry. ", Agents New York
FOR SALE.-Full blood Barred Plymouth .
J.E. STILLMAN, ..Pres. and Cen. Manager. KNOWLES HYE. treuurer., Life Insurance Company. fir
Rock White Rock Fisher GOOD INVESTMENT LOTS ON W '8 E. Government. Street, publication.: DepartmentOf PATTILLO CAMPBELL t
Real Estate ans General 'nll sfment.. J Streign and Brown Leghorn Fowels ,
I ; HILL. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. the Interior Land Office at Gaines
Eggs per setting of ((15)) 100. For .
215 South Palafox'Street. .Pensapola. flcrida. further Information address PlymouthRock Ail! near car lines ville. Fla.. Jan. 13, 1906. Notice is AttorneyxatLaw.Thiesen .
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I Poultry Farm, J. J. Pope Prop., GET MY PRICES AND TERMS AS 'ereby given that'the following named Room 405 Building I

--__ L. Box 8, Bristol, Fla.. 7janlm Board and Rooms. settler has: filed! notice of his intentionto
make commutation proof hi sup-
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= -- FOR SALE.-Barred! Plymouth Rock
WANTEDVNTED.The HELP WANTED Cockerels from prize winners, $100 ONE doable furnished room with port of his claim and that said proof THOS. PEBLEY '

I up. Large 'well marked good blood. board: Hot and cold bath and use will ba made before Clerk Circuit ,

public to know that WANTED.- -Quick. reliable colored Also some good pull
Printing Co. has just se-I boy. of good appearance for office- B.'HughesChipley. Fla. Sldeclm* W. Gragorreet. IBjanlw 1906 -viz Marion M. Cooper of
The Majes ; 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332, 4. :: PALAFOX AND ROMANA. '
contract for printing boy. App'y! 11 W.: Intendencia St.. after halt 211 for the PHONE 553.
cured a large I FOR SALE.-South block FURNISHED room for rent; no light Bluff Springs. Fla.. Hd. 32031
for the government. Our prices are 16Jaa fronting; 400 feet on 13th street by hClus tping. 111 W. Chase St. NEU of SE% of Section 36, Tp. 6 N.

ri'ht and our work better. 12jan. 107% feet on Bay lew Park:, also i wit. _
WANTED.-Men and boys wanted to south half of block 212. ,fronting 400 D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.. R. 32 W. He names the following
FOR RENT.-Furnished rooms in a C.R.'YAEGER
earn $5 to $8 day after completing feet on 14lh St., by 137% feat on Bay nesses to prove his continuous ,
to know desirable location house and _
W.-\'TED.-The public at course of practical instruction at homeor View Park. The only property: adjoin. REAL ESTATE; new i upon and cultivation of said
bought. 212 StreetLight ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. _
be furniture W. Gregory
can! new _
old newspapers in schools. .
Graduates admit
our ing Bay View Park that is now forsale. of Conoa
D. Barrow
ta! 5 office for five cents a bundle. Theyare ted to union. Positions secured. Cojne The beautiful view down thw AND LOANSWe II. housekeeping v privileges. land."It, : H. Rooms, 202 and 234 Thiesen Bid.

all clean and nice.W.tNTED.Elettric Bros. Co. Practical Schools Plumbing I bayou and down the bay can never be RENTS ISJanlm Station Ala., R. H. Barrow, of Co- PHONE 332. -

and '' Clubbs. Stati Ala.. J. J. Mobley. of Canoe 'I. -
Bricklaying New York. Chicago obstructed. A. V. 30jly noe n. -I
work of ah kind. W ANTE D.-A few 318 W.Blmont. -'- -- -. :
boarders at
Cincinnati and St. Louis. Free cata.: the Station. Ala.. Perry Cooper
for desirable -
fans repair your AUTOMOBILES. am, agent have the following very .
clean New house neigh
jour good
dynamo Let us fo. jour wirin. etc. PAU3 log. : Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell :you autos pieces of property- on oar "For borhood and near car line. 12janlm Bluff Springs. Fla./ W. G. Robinson Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy _-

Peusacola: ::: Electric Co. 2G5 S. from $500.00 up. They cost legs than Sale" list: Register. 16janoaw4w
570. WANTED-Lady or gentleman of fair horses to keep up. They ,can be run FOR SALE. Office over D'Alemberte's Drug Store.. ,
Favlcn education travel for firm of $250-- In sand or anywhere a horse can go.. BRIOGS HOUSE-Wright street Just Office Hours-9:30 a. m. to 6- p.'m
block with nice lot of fruit trees, west of Union Depot. Nice comfortable I *
000 capitaL Salary $1.072 per year, Leslie! E. Brooks. MASTER'S Phones, 274 and 109.
WANTED First-class registered and under fence New City...$1,500; rooms. Rates' per day 50c; I '
payable weekly. Expenses!! advanced of foreclosure
wants posItion FOR is'ALEne fine display case; of East Hill-; By virtua of a decree
druggist and pharmacist : Address Geo: G. Clows Pensacola Fla. % block best part 'I rooms per :week $250 up. 12jan2w
in West Florida. permanent or I 21 feet' long, 8 feet high and :3 feet very cheao.: rendered by the Hon. Francis B. Car
temporary. Address F. Z.. care Jour- wide. Suitable for almost any kind Best building location overlooking ter. Judge of the circuit court of Es-.j G YATES M.OPTICIAN D.
FOR in,
3jan. of business. Apply to 'E. L. Reese' Bayou Texar. 200x137 ft.$1,500; I RENT-Two furnished rooms .
aaL W.\NTED.-Laborers the 19th ,
on Equipment 5 Jan. a comfortable house situated in a cambia county. on
Building at Navy Yard. Good wages Good$ 5 rvom ,house. W. Jackson In is D. 1905. in the
large which large A.
growing December.
yard of
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED and steady'work to right FOR SALE.-A block! situated qn street. .. .. .. .. ......... ..$850 day
men.13janl shade trees-oak, cedar, magnolia. against Robert '
-Hlshtst price paid for gent'sclothing North Hill. between Baylen and 1% block in New City near Stodiart case of E. J.
The to rest and be at
csly Also sell second hand I Spring streets; for particulars ,and place. .. .. .'. ..' .. .. ..$1500 Two very blocks place from the'car line. In ease.the Francis Johnson, I will on Monday 306 THIESEN BUILDING _

goods No 9 E. Intendencia. price address!!!! P. O. Box No/ 412. Number of good renting houses that from the noise and the 5th day of February A. D. 1906 .... _., .. ,
I WANTED.-Men everywhere; good city just away -- '-'-- -- -- --
will net 10 ,cent.
pay-=pass$' 'circulate, tack signsno JUST RECEIVED-Large shipm'jimported per bustle of tha crowded mart. Call or sell at public auction before the court
man's prices Romana
KOD.\KER get Kauff 120 feet by 80 feet. corner VVOOnAIl : .
for deeloping and finishing. Best canvassing,_ Ite! dy. Continental Olive Oil., ,Retail by pint and Alcaniz. Excellent location for address !708' E. Cervantes. street. house doors in the city, 'of Pensacola,

and! cheapest in city. Romana and19declm Distributing CQl: Cbl ago. 12Janlw* gallon or larger quantity. G. Monsto warehouse. Houses now renting regular lOJanlw Escambia county. Florida between the I kinds that want.

l aaox. & Co., ship chandlers ana' grocers.' 7Qi jy for $24 per month.$2500Will FURNISHED legal hours of sale, the tollowin --dI3- you _
Palafox. NICELY ROOMS suit
WANTED-r-A huse. maid. Apply at South 4oct
able for light, housekeeping. All cribed raal property situate, lying and
one to 229N. Spring street lljanlw of
of all kinds wanted FOR SALE.-Only 4 young,.Boar pigs lend a reasonable amount OAK AND PINE '
JOB PRINTING .. modern conveniences.[ Apply 810 E. being in the t city o"f Pensacola, Es-
iy the Mayes Printing Co. 24 W. sired by Duke of Florida .68923 otft moreyat Ioweet'market rate of interest Gadsden. 9janlm ,
GcTerament Phone 181. Only the WANTED -Young man as stenographer of Orphan ,Lee.,of Baltimore.,, 5854*. .any of tha) .above. cambia county... Florida, '
IdeeWiNTED and to assist; :Intjfflce:work Give All (guaranteed with jegistrations m4 pn --- East Half of Lot One Hundred and cheaper than' you can buy _
test of work. references 30 8. Palafox St. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent it anywhere.. Any size you ,
and salary expected.
state : pedegrees., Carl Setterjlnfl. Chlpley, Eight In Block No: Eighteen of the .
Address P, O. Box. J74, Pensacola, Fla. 26noY. Phone' 234.Timfelands. Newly furnishedclean and nice, want. :
.-Hauling and transfer Fla : : lOJan. I .n.s u ,e; .. near postoffice.'_ Apply at 128% ,E. plan of Pensacola Escambia county

work. Office phone 363; residence FOR SA-...E.-Nce. clean' newspapers -1- .' Sovernment street, Mrs..B. M.Trainer. Florida, 'and fronting.on Government
22.28 N. sale. Only, 5c a bundle. They s I i E. C. SEWELL'
POL." 390. Acosta & White WANTED- -Tnree"or four good-sized! 7jan}m. street. Together. with tenements, here ,
Tarragona St. 25mar.. carrier b53'6ADDIY: to C. F. Stewart make: good wrapping paper; and ate .
: thing to put nder.Platt1Dg.' ditaments and appurtenances Phone 614. .
Journal 1 om ei. Just,the PLEASANT-place tn board on N. Hill '

\HXTED.-Second hand corn oat :; RUBBER' STAMPS -' 2nd ,door frpm',.car ,line'' on Strong belonging or in anywise appertaining.

and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of Any intelligent' person may earn a 15c per line of 3 Inches. .. 'T street ''For particulars) address No. 8, Deed at cost of the' purchaser* Pat-

town shipments Eoliclted. Write us. a good income corresponding for DAVIS NOVELTY WORKS Journal. 6janlm tlllo: Campbell, Special.Master. DIRECTORYPensacola

F s. Mellen & Co. 20mar. newspaper; no canvassing[ ; experience Phoae: 1222. 118 N. Palafox 2janoaw5w. _
For SaleWe OH at five cents a bundle
unnecessary. Send for particu You can Order by :Mall.' at'newspapers this office. They are all clean .'n--__ ._.__.._. Lodge. No. 3, K. of P.
WA.'TED.-Th9 Mercnanta Transier lars. Northern Press Syndicate
18nov. and nice.FURNISHED. meeU every Monday evening at 7:39 _
Co. wants your moving and T. B.hauling.Tnor- Lockport. N- Y. 6nov6mos. FOR SALE OR RENT-New, moderG, Pensacola, St. Andrews and o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall _
All guaranteed.
breakage six-room East' Potf W. Intendencia St.
house. over stable
two-story. Hill
ceo. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunclax WANTED.-Men to lear barber trade. ROOMS-Fine location.
cars. A. C. Binkl f. : 9jan" have them. Several splendid Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .
Our facilities cannot be equaled. near locations. Splendid vewof. bay. ,,414 South Gulf Steamship Co. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C. _
COOK.-E'xerience.1 chef (colored) instructions large and small turpentine Alcaniz. Dec.29.
Steady practice, csrsful FOR SALE-One No. 3 A'Ea tmaDI5 Saw Mills and Saw mllllocc.tions. II. IIORSLER K. of It. & S
is open (or engagement to go south STEAMER' TARPONW.
tools, diplomas and positions waiting .
ko 'ak :
folding pocket ; bargain Apply in large ;
Some excellent
Jan 1 Florida preferred; references. to NICE FURNISHED ROOM two bloc'ksfrom
earned from start big wages S'
money to E. L. Reese. 124 Palafox boxed
Address by letter. J. C. D.. 9 Gran- graduates. Just the season to begin. and small' traits of round and Palafox St, 211 West Govern. CL DARROW, Master Ratnbone Lodge No.

rtu: pl. Boston. 19declm* Particulars mailed free. Moler Barber street. BJgn. timber lands. meat. Phone 899., Inquire 8 to 12. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND 30, K. of P., meets every J _
College. Nw Orleans, La. FOR SALE.-One choice block on to'Pof Large tracts of Mississippi Delta forenoon: 2idecim Thursday evening at 8.09(

KING! &; IIUAL contracting painters the ridge east 'of the electric and: Hardwood lands. FD.EIGI1TERV1C 1 4 i o'clock in their temporary _

and decorators. Fine varnishing: 14janlw railway between 7th and 8th .tre?t Splendid Use of valuable property FOUR NICELY FURNISHED or unfurnished -Deh c- 1 Castle Hall over Pou stable

ind finishing Sign pantIng! a speW ANTED.-I00 laborers $1.50 Nautre has favored this section,and )( and fine loclUon-for a Colony! or Stock : rooms;, can also use for W. Intendencia street.
-1S1tr._ Residence phone 249. 29aug. factory of Goulding cannot: be duplicated A. V, Clubba, Farm ii. South East' Georgia. light housekeeping.; : Inquire at 501 PENSACOLA, MOBIL A PA LAC HI- Visiting knights are cor
per day. Apply S9me of the, choicest residence West Chase etreet .or/phone 323. COLA.' CARRABELL. ST. AN. dially welcomed. f
\CANTED.-All keepers or poultry to Fertilizer Co. 14jan Victor records 35c and 60c. Call on places in the beautiful little; city of 27 dec. DREWS MILLV1LLE J. D KIRK C. C. 4

feed wheat It is the cheapest feel our agent or write Metropolitan DoFuuiak Springs. Fla. and in Milton. C.J.LEVYKofL&S. '

Because it makes hens lay. F. S. Miscellaneous I Talking Machine Co.. Jtcksonvilla.Fla FIn NICELY' FURNISHED bed room con 'And all points 'on' St. Andrews Bay, -
Vellen & Co. Phone 334.VANTED.Ail wanted. 19declm* and terms are reason' Carrabetlo and'ApaIashlcQIa.SCHEDULE
; Agents Our prices venlently located; privilege of bath: Knights of Columbus. 't '

DON'T FORGET that' I am still tuning FOR SALE OR RENT.-Two lighters; able; gas phons. Apply 126 W.. Garden' -St: Meetings of the
\ to
write us.
kinds of electrical on or
Scott. 28 E. Government for 75 Cf Sjanjw _
pianos. J. Conrad one with capacity th.oueand ft Knights of Columbut _
ork I sell all kinds
of electrical 8:50
Feusacola l
Sunda.v -
st. Phone 380. w.DRAYMAN' lumber; the other thirty :thousand &; Leave p. are held at their hall.
wtteries anj other electrical supplies. WANTED.-A fw boarders Mobile. Ala :
Rates reasonable.. Telephone in private m for No. 8 West Intendencia '
fthea you need me ring 345 or 955.E ASSOCIATION. pacity.write J. A. Chaffln & ,Co.. MJlton; & AYMARD family} nicely furnished rooms with i Leave Pensacola. Ta sda,. 8:30 p. street on every

: W Peake, new Star Laundry build- If you want'a good drayman ring or Fla. 81declm> TURNER use of 'bath and telephone. Convenl I xn. for St. Andrews, .ilillTiUe, Ap. Monday evening at
E Garden Carrabelle and! Intermediate
ag l5dec.WATED.A. 953. Drajmen'g Und, corner Palafox ent to railroad shops and on car line. lacblcola. -, 7:30 o'clock. A a invitation -
and Zarragossa. We will haul bag FOR SALE-Beautifji: blocfc in New Real Estate and Apply 401 E. Gregory. 3Janlm points. is extendedto
Tract No. 312. For caah ICon. additional Information apply tj
R. Bingham wants and furniture! at the same rate. City. For
visiting Knights.
your moving and hauling. He gUa and gage also any other hauling We will Apply to A.. M. McMillan. Court-'HOUM.. Abstract Company, UNFURNISHED-Large, front room J. R. SAUNDKR3.E. JOHN B. JONES.

antees all breakage. Phone 630. haul any load that one man can ban 1i\ll fronting to south and west. Good B. COBB, President EDM FOX. Grand Knight!
and Agt
COURT- I I die without any help within one mild NORMANS PILLS.-Just rec d P. Or Box I 115, Defuolak Springs, Florida light and central location. Apply 12 Gen. .Frt.Pensacola. Sla.LVMSVlLLMHREHWntR. Recorder
HOUSE DYEING, Pressing for the regular price. We are reliable 55,600 Compound CatUrtlQ, ,For N. Palafox St., or pbone 65. 2Janlm

and Cleaning Club 118 N. Palafox,I and are responsible at The Alligator: and West End:! x -- -
wt sale '
draynen :>
No. 4 J.>
St Mrs T. J Davis Your Pensacola Lodge O. O. F.
Prop. patronage ,: We are in! the business and are hereto Saloons./ JhovU $25 REWARD FOR R&"lT-Furnlshed rooms for
solicited; satisfaction guaranteed stay. YOU can flnd u' frpm six to rent with or without board. No Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. P..
: SALE.-I0. room house
Careful attention glvea: ladies'garmefg ], FOR comer lat! hcuselceePlngApply 310 West meets every Thursday evening at 7:3fJ!
six. lot. 3 blocks from Palafox. lo DJt(
phone 1222. 3dec1mWANTED..Everybody hall West
: 16declnj at the new on Garde
21declm Ore-gory.
I 192 on 'ar line. For particular {9: street. Visiting brethren cordially'

to take dinnerat CUT -FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose- quire of Standard Clothing Co j;:1 BAY 'HOTEL.-Open night and day. invited. E. GREENBLATT.

the Southern Hotel. 9dec. I mount Gardens. of Montgomery has FOR SALE-- lce. clean old newspapers European plan. Rooms light and J. SEVILLE. secreREBEKAH tA

QUICK DELIVERY-Hauling of all placed an agency In Pensacola represented at five cents a bundle. This. -of clean. 'Transient trade solicited '

kinds solicited; moving of furniture, by Usa Bertie Smith. 616 N. fice. 575-379 S/Palafox. 'J s.s. S. Nlcolau. SISTERS.

a specialty East Hlll Transfer Co.i I I Barcelona.. Orders promptly filled for Prop. I. .Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah SIsters *

R:sidence Phone 434'. office Phone'' roses. carnations and all kinds of other meets every Monday night at _
Sls lljanlmXTED ''''cut flowers. Phone 65L :'G ecI Money to Loan. PARK HOTEL.-Opposlte Plaza. o'cloclj' in I. O. O. F. HalL Visit. _
I Rooms with or without board. Short '; DANVILLE .
cordially Invited to be
W\ .B; ste-,: and regular .meals 'served in ing sister pres.
experiencedmale t orders
I 1 TAILORING-B. L. Diamond Tailor MONEY TO LOAN.--On real i wtate OJ ent. MRS S. DeTHAYER. '
nogr3ph r a permanent position.! Ad- : cate. Rooms overlook bay. IGdec. URfit HlUTENASHVILLE FREEMAN.
ress Gents clothing cleaned pressed and I other. sufficient security by appjj MISS MAMIE Secretary,
care Journal. 14janlw repaired on short notice. No 1111 : Ing to Thos. Pebley. cor. Palafox 1141 j

.' West Government St., Pensacola Fla.' Romana. up etalrs. 17noi-sc. FOR RENT M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first ast

third Wednesday evening at 7:30: p.
LOST MONEY TO LEND-On ood: reafe ,i FOR RENT.-Elegant two story stare m.' RaSord Hall. No 10. West:; Intea.dencia .
-.--- tate security or on gool collateral, ,
-- street.
- Laundry
8AILMAKER. -Y- In new Star building,
LOST___ I at lowest rates. LesJg J;. BrookJ, room A. G. FELL. Pre.
V ten dollar b'll'! on Palafoxt J. H. PORTER, eailmajter.) 716 South Fisher building. JljaMONEY. E. Garden street. Apply Walker In- 1

'<* e..!j Convent of Mercy and InSfllenta -j Palafox 'stre tOrd' r* taken for WARRANT for' the arrest of this wo graham. Star Laundry 22dea BIRMINGHAM J..L. SWEENEY. Sec. ,
street. on left side going tents. awnings,-camp stools and house LOANED on any.an\1-\ all TO THE

!\wn AnYone returning same to,, cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3ljan.Educational kinds of persona property, payabla: man.Wire she'iff at DeSwnlak Springs, A. K: BINGHAM hag storage room for NORTH2Vttl ..MONTGOMERYTHROUGH'SERVICE W. O. "(. '

\cnvt'DI; nji, be reward d._ 1t.- weekly or monthly. When you need Florida: $25.00 reward for the child! sent, suitable for furniture or other UTe Oak Camp No. 1. W. 0. W. '
--- I me. J. A. V/Uwa, M% W. 104 and 106 South Tarragona
LOS' money. see Fisher Monroe Douglas This woman, goods meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd
Saturday. purse containing, Government street. Salibury bulld'jic: Florence Wood, kidnapped him fromFretport St. Phone 630 30no, Wednesdays In each month. Visiting '
mon" bills and papers. Owner'stank I i to. room 7. 24fa '
"Holidays I will ,- Fla. on the night or September sovereigns cordially invited.

icuma)inside.fflCe, Reward for return 16Jan to,I I USIC.-\tter.accept a. limited the number of pupils 1 MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal ,th. 1905. The child U 6 years oil: -' NOT'CE.a VIALAN.E.&T.'H.and-, i'. A. BOGH1CII Clerk. C.' C.

I Instruments: Violin. property on short. police.! fair: skIn. light hair has upper fore- the LESLIE E. BROOKS.
the foilpwlnj] Neither captain C.4E.I.
LOST and: on instruments J. W. Dullard, rotteft ,off; very plump weight ,
-Between street upstair teetfc
Gadsden U; brass Terms easy.
Clarlnn and owners nor consignees ot
*idummy station a broach set Cel'o. trombone. Will'. 28Vi South Palafox St.; Phone 1144_ I about 50 pounds; very bright child. Aust uled Throng* Pains' *"(, ..O W O. W. C.. Oak Grove. ,No. 4,
except IIUde 1 the 83 Augusta will CHICAQb
1I'1th torquoise rubbies and MnslcfarInished ;(OAV Expenses paid both ways delivering TO Woodmen Circle meets last Thursday
nph1rfs: pearls. to 14 W.teach at pupils re.idtncei.band or orchestra. child] to DeFunlak Springs.,Fla., in addition be responsible for debts THROUGH SLEEPERS_DAY COACHES of each month a 3:3 p. m, 2d, floes
Reward for return I for all occasion: UNLIMITED amount 01 money ty iota 'cOntractl' 'b1' the crewelsaid NEW ORLEANS.TO.CI, Cadsltf'D reward.H. (: : Pou'g
stable In-
over on
gt l4ian3t'1LIi leave orders at the kinds of personal to the $25 survma AU. MIAL IN SQ4STE1Lffn.LLL'fe.P.A Pythian Hall
Please all property. CAMS
I at my pE'r.I on ,A. DOUGLAS. dSL_ 'I.L IOOEIS,'Mr Act- tendencla street Visiting .sovereign _
or' to business men o Urge
between GarItn Clutter Muei I-jausf. Special rates $ of the D. D HREGLICn.GULF"TIP.NSIT '- favlted MYa. W A.: SmiU
$5.O0inbills Yard Psnsa.'cola. Father chill _--u. 'ALLIL cordfallr : ; _
Navy leans. The! New York Loan Co.. 2D4U .
ajdress COCaptab.; .
btreet and postoffic. Reward; I' manent Fla. ,P. P. EW: rS. Bandmaster South Palafox.: t DeFunlak Springs Fla.janlm. -- clerk! ; Jlrs. M. B. Olsen, guardlia. _
of- .
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