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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 19, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL. IX. NO. 16. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA FRIDAY- MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1906. '
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GELO W A POOR RUSSIAN & ttr' y i yt
m SOCIALISTS" THREATEN DEATH $ o { 'i
;f ALL WHO WORK ON "RED" SUNDAY tiC : '
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'irSt.. Petersburg.. Jan. 18.-Undismayed by arrests of their successive -.$f-f'l:

executive committees the group of socialistic workmen early thIs ;;
WITNESS IN & morning elected 'a new workmen's council whose president issued '' ,:

if an address threatening with death all who do not obey the commands *

to abstain! from work on January 22, the anniversary of "Red Sunday :

." '% :, HIS HEART IN KENTUCKY CITY

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Refused R t to Disclose Names 1 of ''MALLORY fsPOKE CHAMBER OF.... COMMERCE'. Fugitive From Pensacola Finally Ends { it. t



Engineer's Who Had Talkedof HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING a Blasted' Career in the Bathroom t.


Isthmian Canal. ON SHIPPINGBILL

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\WAS DULY WARNED FRANCE FORCED TO ACT


AGAINST VENEZUELAVENEZUELAN FINE REPORT OFSfCREURY on Thursday.\ I' Al


That He Would Be Punished if '
CHARGE EXPELLED FROM FRENCH TERRITORY BY ATTEMPTED SUICIDE( SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE BY CUTTING HIS j

He Did Not Reply. : Opposed Measure, But Was Frequently ORDER OF THE GOVERNMENT-NAVAL DEMONSTRATION THROAT AND TRYING TO SEVER VEINS IN ARMS AND LEGS- } ''

Interrupted in Courseof BEING PREPARED'BY FRANCE.By NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS RELATIVE TO KRESS & CO. FIRE AND t 4t

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SENATE IN EXECUTIVE SESSION Ii BURGLARY FOUND UPON ,THE BODY-JECKY&L AND HYDE LIFE .
His Address. -
Associated Press France, it is* asserted,, has exhibit '
NOT AGREED THAT IT HAD VIC.JONES LED BY NIXON WHILE MANAGER FOR KRESS & CO. IN THIS t
Paris Jan. 18.-Official informationof ed wonderful patience ,but is now .

RIGHT TO TAKE SUMMARY AC- By Associated Press. Venezuela's unceremonious treatment driven to extremities.: CITY PREVIOUS TO DISAPPEARANCE. ,: ;
Washington Jan. 18.-Senator Till of M. Talgny, the French chargeat M. Maubourguet charge affairs of -t
ION FOR MR. BIGELOWS OF- Caracas has reached the foreign Venezuelan government here this
man. of South Carolina, soon after Special 1 to The Pensacola Journal. '-* La
office and the government Immediately afternoon received the Official
fENSE-FURTHER INQUIRY TO- the a opening resolution of the that senate the president today offered of- decided to adopt energetic meas.ures ment of his expulsion from French an-I Frank L.. Mayes Elected, Presidentand Henderson,! Ky., Jan. 18.-John B. Nixon, aged 26, of Hopklnsvllle} / Ky.; 1"#

j to obtain satisfaction. No official t/rritory.} Maubourget leff Paris this arrived at Henderson on the afternoon of January 17 and at midnight com- c3 3.
DAY I the senate appoint a commute of five t
senators to investigate the incident of statement has jet been made evening for Liege Belgium accompanied T. A. Jennings Elected nitted suicide in a bath room of Hotel Henderson by shooting himself r +
what this will be. but it is understoodthat by a special commissary of
through the heart with a revolver. The discovered
Mrs. Morris being ejected from theWhite body was at 10:30 to
a naval demonstration is prepar'lug. police who is responsible for his First Vice-President.
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By Aesociated Press House executive orates. lId safety to the frontier. day.It
Washington, Jan. 18-4PoultneyBjelow made a statement that he had been is not known where he was previous to coming here.He #.

: magazine writer, challenged to introduce the resolutionby had a life insurance policy in the New York Life for $16,000 with t,

ton itose!: and arraignment management of the of administra Isthmian, : Senator moved Hale. to Senator lay the Daniel resolutionon immediately House May'Vote Money to t i Retiring Officers Were Given a accident his brother insurance.W. H. Nixon, of Hopkinsville, Ky.. as beneficiary and $10,000 j''

c.ual affairs, in an article published! the table! which was carried by a
Vote of Thanks. He also had a bank book of the Peoples Bank, of ?Pensacola for 318.61 m
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to ae Independent, which was de- vote of 34 to 8 Negative votes were Preserve Old Ironsides ,,
ol.lIl'pd> < by Secretary of War Taft I cast by Blackburn Latlmore Frazier and a clipping from the New Orleans 'Picayune of December 26 concerningthe

pled (o be a contumacious witness McCreary. McLaurin.: Money, Stone .: I robbery and burning' of Kress & Co'a. store and the taking of $seo.

before the Senate Committee on InterQceanx and Tillinn BOARD OF DIRECTORS A PARTICULARLY He was a member of a good family who live In Christian County Ky., "'
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Press. the bill
Associated final
By of providing for disposition
Canals to-day and involved The lemainder of the day was devoted and had four brothers and one'slster.
which the food Washington D. C.. Jan 18.-After. of the affairs of the.five civilized ''STRONG BODY AND
thi ommittee in a controversy to speeches on pure and ,_ I'
His brother W. H. Nixon said
tribes In th Indian Territory.' that J. B. Nixon had been in Pensacola
t'... mimed: to executive session anu merchant marine bills. }Jr. McCumber paying tribute to the frigate "Constitution" ?
bill HEAVY WORK PLANNED FOR for two but refused'to show all of
If' a. be considered asam tomorrow advocating the food measure and Mr. today The provifles for'a ,concluding i years Nixon's papers.
and investigation
ordering an enrollment of 'the Jndlans, and tBe 'al The suicide was well dressed and had blood his
on
tf;nrt- anaction can be taken. Mallory opposing' the shipping bill I THE COMING YEAR-GOOD ATTENDANCE underwear from
it recalcitrancy of the witness!: Mr. Mallory was so frequently m- to ascertain: the annual lotment of lands ta .th 1U. Tha .enrollment I II wcunds made before reaching this city ,

say shown as the result of a state- terrupt as' to caus3 his speech to amount cessary to preserve:! the and allotment;was made AT YESTERDAY'S I f Y-.

tier. made by him that many eminent take on the aspect of a general' de- ship, the house devoted'the balance ot j ject to many restrictions and; Pf 6Ub-j I REPORT SUBSTANTIATEDBY I

wgineers! had declined to accept! em. bate. I the day_to the perfsrtion. and passage sions. : MEETING. ASSOCIATED PRESSBy agreed to and the woman left that #

;:c,-meat cf the government Because During the controversy Mr., 'Bacon t, night but instead of 'going to Louis e I T
c; the physical conditions on the Isth- suggested that ,Anurfcan corporations f Associated Press. ville she went to }Mobile where she F R

r :is The committee demanded the like the Standard Oil Co.' engaged in f SCORE OF MINERS GREEN -j4YMOR( : 4e-,, The! annual meeting of the Chamber: Louisville; Jan 18.-A special from remained one day and then returnedto ... y
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"Mr.Bstkiw t
names of such engineers ana: transporting their'own, goods to mar of Commerce was held at noon yesterday Henderson; Ky.. says that J. B.,Nixon, Pensacola_ without the knowledge,\- .-- b
the of
} declined to give them on ket could take advantage of the subsidy -TRIAL BEGINSSavannah formerly of Hopkinsville. Ky., committed Nixon.
via WERE ENTOMBED at the rooms of the organization :
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that to d3 so he would Later Found
round : provision or the bm.r.::\ Callings I suicide at Hotel Hendersonlast It Out.
\' confidence and subject those' ; : admitted the force of'tha objection in the Salisbury building. j I I, nfght.. Among his effects was a Shortly afterwards he learned that r

,II' "-.IHK i itnrrassment i : He inti-i and uromlaed\ that the defect Ga., Jan. 18.-A jury* was There was a good attendance of i i.I bank book showing that he had recently she had returned to the city and had r
;:1:11.1, i ha. 'ho displeasure of the ad- By Associated Press. chosen today In the and Gay '
: : would lie corrected. G/eene members present and officers and 'aboard J deposited $318.68 in the People never been In Louisville. However
-mi.MI, anon Would be exhibited in i I Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 18.-An explosion ., nor case and tomorrow morning the 's Bank of Pensacola Fla. In his: be never spoke to her again and a few '

:"'.h << uuinfi: ,hat their reputations IMMIGRANTS FOR of dust in the mines, of tha actual trial ioC defendants upon of directors for the ensuing>.suit case was also found a clipping
vould !;worth\ nothing after the ofliriai BALDWIN COUNTY i! Kanawha-Detroit Coal Co:, en Point I charges of conspiracy, against the'gov- year were elected as follow! : j!; from the New Orleans Picayune: of to this however he had offered to redeem t

+ ,mqiim+ had been concluded tI f i this I II eminent, embezzlement and receiving New, Officers. I December 23, 1905.() This, clipping was from a pawn shop a number of s ar t t

'i i wo oppor:iimtieb to answer were More than one hundred farmer. :I Creek about 25 miles from hare : funds known to have been embez-., President-Frank L. Maj.es,, I i dated Pensacola.. Fla., Dec. 25, aD'a'told valuable diamonds, which haia1' been r' "h r
},*MJ Mi. B:?jtlow but he pcrsisteoI reached Bald i afternoon entombed a score of m! zled from.th United Sates wiU commence of the robbing of Kress &. Co's Itnwned by the woman and she stated '
:MiddleVost I
I I'I hK, r .'usals Senator Morgan: !I from count the jestenday to settle upon I ers Elinreeu: are reported ?n-I About thirty witnesses, it !la First. Vic--President" -T. A. Jenningo. store in that city of $800 and other last nfght that he had at one tlme-

ro "o!id icn:d the last cxaminat: : win I The sslosion; could be hea-d for l'eved!' will! be examined: and there \aluables and saying that the store paid the Interest of thirty dollars j
Springs
the Magnolia t
lands of
\\u-.: 'hi witness in such manner I I the said that I II miles A rescuing party was sent for is a greater mass of documentary evidence Second Vice-President F. Zeek. had been set on fire. upon them. Whether or not he redeemed +
is
.. Land Company. It many
committee, of SecreUry-W. C. Jones:
; ai ii iu time six dead to b* ]presented mare than the the diamonds and carried
to the present
,m..'n., if ne continued to bring .puniSh-1 I morn the winter:are expected is r.\lobie"to arrive' Register.before:: I I and bodies up rave' been recovered real testimony will constitute., I Treasurer C. Goodman NIXON'S CAREER IN THE them away with him is not known.

,' o -ontPinpt t. but the advice Board of Directors-T. A. Jennings CITY OF PENSACOLA Flight From Pensacola.The $
11._ avail :Mr Biselow: still refusing Frank L. Maj", Knowles layer W. C. U
,I.. .answer: and again the doors were I'Jones C. C. Goodman and Walker In- day following the robbery of
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The suicide in Henderson. Ky., yes- Kress & Co. anJ the firing of the
am-d' \ losedm graham. terday of J. B. Nixon formerly manager
Ttlesen building Nixon disappearoi': ,
) t'IeCIIlsession it develope I A telegram read from Hon.t
was of the Kress & Co, store of this and although many thought he was } ,/ '
llal! the "ommittee was agreed that John B. SUllman who made such a
another the
city, developed story on innocent of any wrong-doing his fcur- ,
::9e:J offense of Mr Bigelow was of fine record as lasfjear's president
oft Ir Jeckyll and Hyde order. Respectedas
lied departure and suspicious ac ons t} ?
t'n a jaiure that there could be no r the Chamber, requesting that his name a business man and holding a posi- soon led many to believe that h/,bad ,
.ubI. of committee's power to have I CATI 5xOw should tier be considered in connsc-' and !
Hon' calling for honesty integrity not only robbed the safe t also
tm! d?alt with summariljMr Trio c1Tx SSA 1. yMAYcR. "- tlon with the presidency to succeed he was looked upon by the citizens a* that he set fire to the building' \ He ,

Bsfc'ow; was commandea' ta: COUrIC 11..via R Lo Kc.,11 : himsef.: }lr. Stillman -being In Mobile, one of the most straightforward men was then accused of the crime and { ..,
bed: himself! leady to appear to-mor- CAN AL? '' on business. of Pensacola., u warrant for his arrest was issued. w t t

low if wantedVfcRDlCT. N ALL It, Report of Secretary. His'other life, however was,one: Traced to California t ? i i
if disclosed during the period i .
which {
: S YOv Th3 :annual l report of Secretary I As soon as the warrant was issued
FOR + tCk 5 NOUI.p Jones, which is published in full on'' he resided here, would have who caused had: the authorities began work' in an effort f' i .
those
him to be scorned by .1
f U4.'iJi page five of this paper today was submitted become his personal friends. This,! Ho apprehend the fugitive. It + f'

DEFENDANT & and read. It is a fine paper- however was not known until after was 'thought 'that he gone to New t + .a
one of the strongest that has ever then only by a few :Mexico but a few das later Deputy '
Ms departure and
l been subnvtted! and i it_ should be wide-,who interested themselves in locatinghim. L anderg located him in Los Angeles, i 1t<

r.'I:ly read. When he suicided it became California. From there he mailed t4 I
'I several letters but while dated on er"
Anderson Thanked.
JURY IN CASE AGAINST FLORIDA I \ Dr. publ.c.:
January 1, they all bore the post-
I A resolution was unanimously Associates Cause'' of Downfall.
NAVAL STORES COMPANY I taark of January 5. These were to
'adopted for tie appointment cf a committee The associates of Nixon were the parties in Pensacola, and one related
I
GRANTED NO DAMGES. to draft suitable resolutions i I'cause of his downfall, especially his to his J'fe' insurance policies and conS a
endorsing the course!" of Dr. Warren E.'infatuation for a woman of Qlsreput- tamed :i payment upon same. During #
Ir Anderson! as agent of the state boardof ':able character with whom he became this time the ,Pinkerton detectives 4 .

jJi hea'ta during last summer. The acquainted some months ago. After were also on his trail being informed ,
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t tie Aster being out for several hours. following rom 1Utee was apppointed: i closing the store at night he would I II by the local authorities and keep- Hi1. ;
JurIn: the case of the relatives Messrs C. F. Zeek; Walker: Ingrahamand frequently proceed to' the house on in touch with them. tf
*v< H Tb"rt Fornej vs. the Florida Join: C. Av!ry.i I II I Zarra ossa street and spend the even He was followed from one city to f

rea I i i Upon motion: of Buckner Chipley,I itg: the midnight hour often finding I anotherby the t-l ':rams sent out sf

.4rr. the secretarywas directed to take up 'Mm' there. While he did apt drink f-om Pensacola, but in each Instance
knanl; com pan)'. with the management of the two talerrapli l-;[I his 'money was spent freely;: and he he always managed to leave a placea

. Thi- suit, which was heard before XQt. companies, the ned of a Sunday I 1 v as know'n. in that district as"a "good I few days before a wire could bo
w!,.p Carter in the circuit court wan $
fur I .>NI and all.night telegraph sert'IC'.1I jellow sent to the officials. Deputy Sanders
' ihe sum of Jo.000 on account of I t I j Renditions of thanks to the retlr- Wanted to Marry Her. in order to apprehend him had:
)* LIFF IHSU'RANCE'I'ROUIdLES dlsap,1purance photographs by the dozen made, ac-
unanimously his
' I i officers adopted. month before
dad who of P. C. I I ing were About a E
was in charge
D';"Kins. thenp ADA SI><, pAw; Yut, At7 rr Wcrk This Year. he became so infatuated with companied by the statement that a el
a convict gwrd, at i iI
I reward would be paid for his arrest. ,
.>f his death. tARRY TNRL-E: The board of directors! was admirab-::;the woman that he proposed that they
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QflF tAVE the married. The woman according to Located in St. Louis. : *
THAT
the 'Tif1K CD t'
was alleged that the death of Iv selected and that body is planningsome
t gro was due to cruel and inhuman 1 I 8c SOLVlD \v\ / $LM 'rUMORR W particularly heavy work for the :her statement thought at first that On January 15 Nixon was located j .,
ta, ,/ T'LL idle KFP 'I I"|he was joking but later realized, after in St. Louis. to which city, he had -
nuw, and suit was brought on 1F THEY1 / rrNSt10w The Chamber of Commerce
present :
:ii: ', Aw rrar. I the! persisted that he was In' earnest.She from' California He remained
'roundis ( J I be gone
ti recognized/as
has came :
I understood that another suit II I which should have th- refused him but he continued to I I there several days and then purchased a .
U'i II I an institution :'!' the and each occasion
a new pending in the United States ? ? :'call at place upon 'a| ticket for Henderson, Ky. The
I business
representative
support of every and I I
: reform
that she
tear that I.i : : would insist Pinkerton men and DeputySana'en u'
upon the same ground ana' I i It stands for the interests :
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man offers
AU'of these rt
his wife. '
It become .k
will) be called i were made acquainted with the fact ,
todayAMERICAN I "work. .
of 'PnsJ.'ola: and !tg this year refused and finally he made the
that
were that he was headed for city so
.i:, trill! be devoted, as it always' has been;I'! threat that unless she become his instructions were wired ahead to taro f rift.

\ UNDER ,'to building uo those interest' and ,wife he would kill her. turn arrested upon"arrival: and there 't ,r
I' making a thriving, progressive: pros-'! She endeavored to pacify him by is no doubt such would have been + ,St

{ prous citj I I saying that she would think over' the [done but for the fact' that he commit try''

ARREST IN RUSSIAN matter,but about December 4 he came ted suicide immediately upon arrival n r '
to her and stated that he bad set the there.
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-- JURY. ,COULD tfate of'the marriage for January 2 I Brother Resided There. I
By Associated Press. and unless she married him on that '
York, Jan, 18.....Os'e-ws! of the are NOT 1 AGREE date he would not only kill her but 'the brother of Nixon who Is promV .' j'
*',1:1: St Petersburg of William himself. I The woman became afraidof I pent In that city, residea': In Hender
tatllt consented although, ac I son. The home of the fugitive was
Walling, of Chicago was gored him and ,
i miles from
here! todav 'Walling went to cording her statement she had no a: Hopkinsville ,about 80 4=
By Associated! Press. he suicided. It Is a .
where
htsta the place
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to situation Intention of marrying him. af'but
study social
Rid arrested the on account of,alleg I Ittd Rockwell City la. Jan. 18.-The! A few days later he appeared 'and presumed tbat he later Intended 'going t '

"TDpathy and participation with X03 jury in tha case of Mrs Josiah Pratt! told her to go to Louisville, Ky.. and there, was afraid to do to. ., -
/ that time.
at at '
f*lutionary party. Walling is charged with murdering her husband! reform and to meet him on January "
of his life Is believed
IU 2 In Si, Louis where they would be The taking '
arUrd of r
graduate and grandson disagreed;: and was discharged today. to be due to the fact that be was part1
ReH presidential1j m*. x* lS V READY TO SOLVE ANY I'ROnLEvels... PUBLIC, AFFAIRS married and woulrf then proceed'to
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vice EVER N : for account of his love fcr
ditd:\ -, The jury stood" ten to two ae- Silver City New Mexico, where he Intended 1 I- Insane on 1

'"" 1 1& 1850.on! ths -nationdl democratic WHEN HD TRIES ,19 SOLVE SOME SLVPLE PROBLEU IN ARITHMB] TIC FOR HIS CHILD? quittal. going Into business., This was. --(Continued on Page Tire) I


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f. That is Salt Rheum or Eczema,-one of .
the outward manifestations of scrofula..- I AMUSEMENTS i s I I.tl

t It comes in itching burning oozing,dry .
- Ing, and scaling patches,on the face.bead.
Lands,legs .
or body.It
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). \' ,-the blood mast be rid of the Imparity AMUSEMENTS'' .. '- ........1 score uncommonly attractive young I Greet's! famous London production G
: to which It is due.t Concert Tuesday Night women and with refinement as a ke.1Lote I fiom the Lyric Theatre. Th '
Probably the biggest local musical! the production is dainty and ar,I ai scenery- artistically! renovated by
'
I t Hood'sSarsaparillaHas event of the ''season will occur at: tistic. "Bankers & Brokers" has], Matt ')lcrgan will form the: backi .
j Library Hall Tuesday night when Mr.i been unanimously concerted the one]i ground for some of the most strik
f cored the most persistent and difficult |M. Paul Jones and several local musI., bright particular star in the firmament ing pictures ever presented on: the!,
cases. Accept no substitute for Hood's;no cans! will render a specially prepared I of musical comedy during the I i stage. Thj costumes are entirely new
1 substitute acts like it. program. The proceeds will feo to!I present season. I.,'and mae of oetly' ; material" from the ,
1 Christ Church Suntfay school. This I :original designs.: I
u concert was to have been given last "The Sign of The Cross." I I -
I Wednesday ntght, but had to be pos'poned. -I, If a census were taken of all who'''|Creston Clarke in "Monsieur Beau.. cent Your cigars K with cents the buys beads 3 full-sized cut orf. perfect cherootsMFivoIt's than the the CIlia little itself useless,-and held that's that what tales tnaXrs more: agars tune to cost male you
and Mr. Jones and Miss White had witnessed the 'great production;!I calrc." 15 cents Instead of 5 i cents.
t;: BOTTSSpecial II I kindly consented. to remain here until of Wilson Barrett's! marvelously impressIve | Those who 'are interested in high!
; Tuesday. religious drama, "The Sign!i[class comedy ;of the romantic and You can pay 15 cents for three cigars with the heads on-
Tickets are now on sale at Clutter's; of the Cross," it would be shown that j|lightsome kind are sure to thoroughly
; Music House. literally millions had seen and admir-:,: enjoy the performance of "Monsieur but why should you when 5 cents will buy three cigars of

i :'Jan. IS.-The to The Journat.farmers are' ea this wonderful play.It I Beaucaire" by Creston Clarke and with the heads cut off?
Botts substantially quality '
< Bankers &, Brokers To-night. has been recognized as the greatest ', cast of unusual excellence at tLe as good .
{'k.;P; usual preparing this to plant larger crops than B. E. Forrester's new corned, of all dramatic successes nearlyall 'opera house on next Tuesday. First thing you do is to clip the head off anyway.
year. "Bankers & Brokers," with book and the world over, and in Englandand Whatever difficulties the general
t La grippe has been an unwelcome I J JI JI I i
t. visitor in several families around
here. :

4 .. S .W. Prince, one of our turpentine OLD VIRCINIA
men has gone to Georgia on business.L. .
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P. West and son Calvin visited
- : New Orleans last week. '
Miss Lillie Lewis. of Berrydale spent
Tuesday with Mrs. O. O. Simmons. CHEROOTS
Mrs. L. II. Clark of Milton spent
Saturday with her mother Mrs L. F.

i ;.West.O. O. Simmons went to Milton on Package of 3 for Sc. -

; i business Tuesday
Mr. Albert Elliot is happy over the ,.
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(./? cheroot Is a cigar made without the head)
1 i I arrival of a new baby boy Mamma
, and boy are both getting along well. Trade Mark 1i... &..&.rk

r "Generally debilitated for years. dsi 4 The fragrant filler of the Old Virginia Cheroot is blended from short

.: } Had sick headaches lacked ambition leaves and selected clippings, of fine, domestic leaf developed and refined
t ,las worn-out and all run-down. Bur. before reach the
by a long process they factory.
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made well
f i dock Blood Bitters me a
: a i v.oman."-Mrs. Chas. Freitoy. Moo- rcif: There .is only, ,one way that such tobacco can be worked up into

: I| cup. Conn. i i'I : cheroots at the' price of 5 cents for 3.

I -And that one way is the modern systematic 'method which pro.

. 'I BLUFF SPRINGS duces Old Virginia Cheroots million of them every day-under the

i perfect system the biggest,b st-equippedcleanestcigar-factoryin the world.

._ I I Sold wherever they sell tobacco

: Special to The Journal. 1 I --
Bluff Springs, Jan. 18.-The petition I
: for the rural free delivery is at the .------
post office atIr" G. R. Stanton's:! THE TYPEWRITER GIRLS WITH YORKE & ADAMS.
k I trtore. All those wishing to sign the inquired Betty."Nowhere. .
petition may do so by calling at the lyrics by George Toten Smith and America especially Is its foot- public may encounter in the correct Had tickets for the-, No. 5603.H. .
.. f above named place. Aaron Hoffman, and music by Gus holj' so strong that its triumphantsuccess pronunciation of the Due D'Orleans but the leading woman was taken sud- L. COVINGTON: President M. E. CLARK. Cashier.
'p Miss Florence Fillin' im and Miss Salzer will be the attraction here to- promises to endure for agea. nom de plume seen on the bill boards, denly ill. and they closed the theater. C. W. LAMAR Vice-president. JNO. PFEIFFEP. Asst. Cashier.
. Alice Taylor visited friends at Pine night. It is as powerful now as an attractionfor "Monsieur Beaucaire" .as presentedby "
had !
Jolly strange they no understudy
I this week. The piece serves as a vehicle to I in- all classes, for the theatre goer, Creston Clarke, is sure to amuse ,
=arren THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF
: Then, bowing he rejoined his friends.
Miss Annie Dawson and Miss Mary tioduce the inimitable comedians I and those who except in -the case of I interest and grIp them. "
i
she
relatives at Pine Yorke & Adams in a legitimate play "The Si'gn of the Cross" are classed' It is for amusement purposes an-i1 "Oh ob, gasped Betty when
visiting
Wiggans
. I I are and the authors have collaborated could get her breath, "the understudy PENSACOLA FLA. :
Barren this week. &a:: non-theatre goers. I will, delight those who do not care to
;I| '. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Chavers are happily .to bring about the desired result. Nowopening its seventh season it be thrilled too much or set thinkingtoo i Is here!" ,Then she laughed hysterically. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
I* the: proud parents of aiaby boy who v;ill be presented by"only one organization deeply! or poignantly, who, in fact, "1 a business woman! And at the J
: came to their home Sunaay evening. The comedy abounds in bright Iln(>s, in the United states and Canada do not want problem plays. first taste of pleasure I forgot everything Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus S40.000 J
wti Mr. Ed Ilogeboom is here this the action is ,brisk. the mounting and the one under the able directionof Manager, Jules, Murray has providcd :r,* :2DXX*D OT O JEt.ft*
& morning. From here he will go to Biagin':: excellent and the music grace- Messrs. Fred G. Berger and R. C. a'car' load of splendid,scenery and "It's my fault" protested Deering Henry L. Covlngton S. J. Foshee. ,

S Pollard for a few days afttr which ful and cat hy. Craerin, which will appear here Monday announces this as the last appearance contritely."The 1 T. &i pfe 1!.,.,er. A. M. Avery, j jtI.
. be will canvass Santa Rosa county The costumes designed by Archie afternoon knd night. 'of i .Mr. Clarke in "Beaucaire," ,which. won't recognize W. IL Milton Jr1 -
: manager your
; for The Journal. I Gunn and executed by Mme. Frei ing.i The production notable for the, by the way; "}Js' proving one of the Bryan Dunwody: o. E. Maura,
- 'Mrs Lime Gilmore who has been I i er are novel and brilliant. It is primarily magnificence and beauty of its scenic.'genuine dramatic 'successes of the responsibility, and he never. gate you Frank leilly, W. L. Cawtaon,
:very sick is reported as being some I a girl -show. and costume outfit, will be as nearlyas pieseht season, the same as it' did an envelopeA W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal.
1 better.at this wnttin'g. :I Mr. Forrester has collected two possible identical ujth William last year. ,what T. F. McQcurln, Dr. W. J. HacniX j jli'
-Ji Mr. Will Chandler's children have "They'll discharge me! What shall I E. Brawner McKenzie Oertina:.,
do?" There were tears in Betty's eyes C. W. Limar. ." p AJex McGowln,
1 gcn to Mississippi. I *##******#*** **###. *#**#* nent actress then playing successful' tOne'anetn% '
% & engagement in the city. these things Deering entered as though suggested Deering promptly "one
. I Keif Im Beo . Although eels abound In Scotch wa I DAILY SHORT STORY easier? Night ,and -matinee I report "Oh, Bob-Bob"--. It Deering had you won't be understudy but the real Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.WM. .

ten and are caught In great quantities one hour before the play, remain absented himself for a purpose it was thing."

they are net considered fit food there k ; awhile and then come home, earning answered in u Betty's glad cry. He' The next day the manager sat at his i

I; No xnatter: how plentiful and bow very thereby on Saturdays a fat envelopeto looked supremely happy. desk when the office boy brought him a '
U fine and lirge they may be In any district } meet the bUls." "Now joust' must come to dine card. "Send her away. I'm busy," H. KNOWLES President. W. K. HYER. JR.. V.-Pres. and Cassia:
with he'd lared. The invitationwas TH03. W. BRENT. Asst Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier.
i of Scotland no native will &at "You are such a featherbrain. You me, commanded'the manager angrily. ,
p. one. The objection to the eel Is said to Betty Seeiv, will tire of work and lose Bob with accepted,' Deering. Betty and her "But it's most Important" pleaded

ti be baaed on Ita eerpcat-Dke appearance your whims." mother were soon seated at a coz Betty slipping past the boy. "I don'tsnppose

I {? and the fact that It Is not orerfastldl60S UnderstudyBy Betty made a grimace. "Do you table in a fashionable hotel. you will forgive me"-
- E as to what It feeds on. Tons of think I could? I'd appreciate him "IIow good It tastes" cried Betty. "It was so unprofessional that I have

Ui;f p choice eels for the London market are ETHEL BARRINGTON more If I believed it possible. Bob Is "It's so long since I've really dined. nothing to say Miss Seers." First National Bankof
.. taken from streams that are not con. so hopelessly-mine." Her spirits ran riot her eyes grew "Mrs. D rlng't interpolated Betty-
plcnoualy tree from sewage. The next week Betty' occupation bright as they bad not been for days. "Mrs. Robert Deerinj." The name was
Copyright 1905.{by Klb l Harrington began. In the morning she attended well known. The manager turned to

1 7he Original.\ rehearsal and spent long hours In being listen. Pensacola, Fla, "

.. ; Foley \: Co.. Chicago, originated "Will nothing change you?" Bob drilled and coached by an' irascible "You see my husband"-Betty almost -
!Honey and Tar as a throat and lung Deering's voice1 was almost tragic but stage manager., In the afternoonshe tripped on the word-"feels it
. I remedy. sinj on account of the great studied by herself. When she had was his fault. 'We were married last
it made little impression on Betty. F. Brent W. A.
C.
DIRECTORS Blount Wm H. Knowles
mastered the lines she ,
I. merit and popularity of Foley's Honey perfectly commenced night. His lawyer will settle whatever .
p ..and Tar many Imitations are offered "I've signed a contract!" she cried reporting at each performance.> monetary loss you sustained. He thinks W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. C. Brent.

. t I for the genuine. These worthless iraItatlona waving the document before his bewildered At first she felt her Importance. Butas I'm'heap,,, at that price. But for myself
4 have similar sounding names. eyes. "I'arn to report for rehearsal the weeks passed into months, andthe .1 I must apologize. Under the cir -
iJ :Beware of them. The genuine Foley'., next week. I'm an understudy.That leading woman remained cumstances"

Honey and Tar is In a yellow pack. Is the technical term. I play rally healthy, doubts of her own usefulness "I wish you every happiness," said Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold
Ask for it and: refuse substi
age. any when the leading woman doesn't. discourseed the girl. ,The only the manager gallantly."Thankai" .
11 tute. W. A. D'Alemberte, druggistand "It seems so-ao indecent that you comfort was the "envelope." She missed cried Bob appearing in

r apothecary. should work when I am simply foolish her friend and-Bob. She had not the doorway. "I want to shake hands

--- with money. Consider what a cad I seen or heard anything of him in two too. Her fear of you won me my We draw our own Bills of Exchange I Vessels disbursed upon; the "lost
must feel consider" months. wife.- on Crest Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their obligations !
the dearest of chums Germany, France, Austria, Italy, I of
"Bobbyryon are taken payaple at Port
jI COFFEE Great Scheaie* Holland, Spain: Belgium. Russia
but are dense at times. A girl I Destination Vessel
yon Ten Days After
"He makes love to summer girls in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and
could"' not not marry unheard for of,money" suggested rIt's Deer- HAVE YOU WEAK LUNGS? the winter time" and to winter girls in other European countries. I Arrives there.

the summer.
\ We are the Pioneer lag."I'm "What's the idea!"

Coffee Roasters of for instance.thinking" of nice girls-myself, DO YOU FEAR CONSUMPTION? "Thinks they come a little cheaper Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent in Connection with which wz

{ ; Florida.McHUGH'S "I asked you while you had plenty," when land: Leader.they're out of season.CleT& have a Private Department for the use at! Rent rJ.
West
: be offered by way of excuse. .
.1 "Of course you did. You always do When we take into consideration
the fact that one out of seven ,Powerfal Ilelpc.
every
But I refused
.1I the correct thing. yon f in this climate die of consumption, is "I have given up smoking.
Jt -
so it would look mercenary to take you Savings Department-Interest Paid on Deposits
I BLENDS
it any wonder-that it isfeared by the "Why, you trie J before you were
now. Bob,you mustunderstand. It is people of Pensacola who have weak married to give, it op. and yon ; rate of 4 per cent per annum.
a sort of crisis with me. I want to
lungs and chronic colds and coughs? couldn't""I
14 A trial) work to be self supporting. Father's A famous London physician has for had no wife and mother-in-law tt
have '
no equal. death and other losses ought to
our years urged his patients, 'when the help me then."-Houston Post.
make woman of me. I shall not be slightest
a tendency to consumption appeared
will convince the U HILTON GRXXK. FXIIIBMZ.B. T. K. WKLLK9, V'C.Pa&ill- iTMAKSFIKLD
con less desirable then If some day""I to take the best cod liver "1 MT8T APOLOGIZE CXDEB THE crscit.STANCSS" M..ey la It. .Jd. BriKStLL.C..Bln, NORJ:NOAut CUIII I
time will bore preparation they could fini', and
hope the come
j noisseur that we rbjsioians everywhere have recognized Knlcker-Strange they didn't name CitizeNational Bank
I work and disappointment eat the sun.
Desrtns beamed with satisfaction. the! baby after Its rich uncle. Booker' ,
that the cod's liver contains curative -

t : make extravagant shine out of your heart! And.Robert values for coughs colds bronchitis They talked sense as though it were : Ko. lie looked at it and said he'd give of Peeeeoia Fiends

Deering multimillionaire, went home consumption and all wasting nonsense! and njnsense seriously, both them $10.000 not to.-Harper's Bazar. ... Xireotcsr.Oeo.W ..
Wright, Morrli :
rfwr. 1fel"
convinced that at times money is a T.
claims. :diseases unequalled In medicine. but, ridiculously happy. Rlx BoWniOn.. L.Hilton Grneo.
k: drawback. unfortunately, few could take and derive "I've a box for Mrs. Fiske. You -- .- 't-- --__ _A UEMERM. B\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
When George Seers Betty's father, I any benefit from old-fashioned will both come?" QCEEN VICTORIA'S HAIR.
I Wholesale and RetailGROCERS had died suddenly no one bad suspected I cod liver oil and emulsions on accountof "After reporting." ,agreed Betty, remembering -
that he was financially crippled.But the indigestible 'grease which they duty. Its* Great Profusion Was Always a
such had proved the case Ills I contain. ...
v w- *--w-vv-vv r--vv-w-w-v-vv v
"Report whit? Where?
,
ti widow had found herself bereft of I A member of the firm ,of W. H. Cause of Wonder. E. W. MEXEFEE. Cascier.
"At the theater. I'm understudy, I. i I Ic.o..e. *
everything but she had cared only as i White &; Co. our local druggists, says. Vice-President. .
her -We want every person: in Pensacola you know. But it won't take long.- I. Even at the ags of SO years, QueenVictoria's i
had affected daughter. They
all kinds of Feed it PEOPLE'S: BANK PENSACODirector
or'half OF
and I to know tho value of our new cod liver go about 7 past. I I :
fiat and hair
late
had moved a tiny practiced was a marvel of luxu
Stuffs.Pluto Mrs. Seers had preparation, Vinol.. It, actually con- Seven or half past repeated DeerIng. -j" riance. Director*-U J. Rteves, J. $. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler R. M. Carl, .
rigid economy. tains in a concentrated formal of the!! ""Well it's too late now!" I The court physician undoubt- W. A. D'Alemberte. T. *. Jennings. !,
believed it only a passing phase for strengthening bodj-baildin-s elements I "What will they say" Betty hesitated. i edly.! treated her Majesty's scalp with : TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING y BUSINESS. .
Betty. Drlngs devotion was well of cod liver oil actually taken from I a germ destroying preparation that : TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED

Water known and. she approved of him. f-esh COds' livers, without a drop of|I "Nothing. Just tip the doorkeeper. was not made public.; It Is now .......... ........................O ...........i..
1 Then suddenly Betty had announcedher Oil; or grease to upset the stomach and,, to say you called." I krown however, that the remedy for -
determination to join the of I I dandruff, the
army retard its work. I "Doork It's the stage. manager germ destroying element ==- -
independent women and become a Therefore where' old-fashioned co.1l| per is embodied In Newbro's Herpi-
and he Is bear. I
I earner. She bad kept her plans Iher oil or emulsions would do good a cde.! the only hair preparation on the
Wholesale and Retail. wage to herself, fearing: that her efforts V nol will do far more good. We, What harm could It do to miss one I!market that does destroy the Q-andrnff ft. *f.CmrrtPrM. ,...,. ',....."........ Jno. **.").
might prove fruitless. As an amateur guarantee Vinol will improve the appetite -. night when she had reported for three I erm. Without! dandruff, hair will '---'- .;K;, '-J'-"' Stc'lSteam -
I
strengthen digestion, make months? ,: grow profusely and falling hair wil! Wholesale and BeUti Dealer in
she had woo recognition so, :
New Orleans Grocery Co. actress naturally, it was to the stage that she I rich, red blood create strength, cure After the theater they went to sup-j i I be stopped. "Destroy. the cause, you' *',Domestic;Anthracite
chronic cola's and coughs and! per. Betty had long forgotten everything -]i: remove the effect." For sale by W. 'I I and Blacksmith COALiI.
turned in her need. After anxious
I strengthen"weak lungs. If Vinol falls but the pasting moment A A% D'Alemberte, druggist and apothecary
Jas. McHugh days of uncertainty; she obtained the I tc give satisfaction ,we return. your friend stopped to exchange greetings. 121 South Palafox street, or I Ofijes. -Npt-,45 South : I
coveted' contract She was engaged at ir.cney without question." W. H. "And where have you been tonight?" I I send tOe in stamps' to 'The Herplcide [II Yard corner: :Tarragona and 'GonzalezatPhonr643';
Phone105. Proprietor. a ,malL salary;to understudy a .nrnmii White & Co., druggists. I Co., Detroit, Mich. _

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20 erC1! VERDICT OF NOT THE IITTLEFIELO 1 BAD BREATH PENSACOLA WERE'DEffATED BOYS jtt.. .'lt.'8: {l.t"; ( '3 tr '1-! -j r tt I -:, 1 ,




ben .ciusil l. I :t A CARD THEATRE-GOERS. i

GUll TflN THt .eg them I can wiflItly..sdth.erf.Il ,

scount!!! BILL AGAIN theretore t fly lea S.on.?you absI suffering know iltey b.v.usa from.i enureI7 ia1i sh.li lFOftble rPeomlentth ,."., VARSITY TEAM OF TULANE UNI! I J LI

--- Cbs..Ii. Il&ipefS,i14 1.2OL Si.. .ew York,1 ,T.ez1 VERSITY WINS GAME BY A I want you to see Cr ston Clarke in "Mon- '

for MOST DECISIVE SCORE. I sieur Beau'caire." He is a splendid actor. It

11.you figured what a ClUBS CASE DEFEATED I is '
a great play.E' .
un.e that will be to you\! : Like Trilby" "MonsieurBeaucaire"iseven

your Clothing pur- The basketball team representingthe ,
?
\'hdho'S? 1 I Pensacola Classical School was : a better play than story. 'Creston Clarke is 'j


Tried fart th& Murder of E. M. 'I 1ei3gram Received Yeserday: Giving CANDYCAThARTICPleuant last lane defeated night University in by a the most of'varsity New decisive Orleans.team manner of lie Tu- tJ a when"Monsieur you read Beaucaire the' book.," as you conceived him ''


We Are Marshall, Colored! at Tur-: I*' This! Welcome' News to score Much was interest 38 to 9. I j .Last.season a large delighted audience said: '

.Paratabt"potentT&ite Onod! Do Good wag shown in the "We have never such a clever performance. I
seen
pentine Never Sicken We.5eu or G,.....10e,2e,iQe Never game, owing to the fact that the v13' -
All Hereto Camp. the Pilots. oIdIn balk.to Tbe curs.01..nalne jar InIol1e1"blel.'IIl"back. eee.O..allt.e.d ,. lUng team has 'a reputation of being !! ." They speak of it even to-day with '
I s
'
Sterling; Remedy Co.,Chicago or re.y 558 one of the'best in the south and many J enthusiasm. 9 1
After- remaining In the jury room The LHt1E'fieli\m.: persons attended in the
order to
.i' \IIoiz Clothing and which ha? as its ANNUAL SALE; TEN BILLION BOXES see & '
for
only a short time the jury in the aim the abolishment of compulsory t team work, realizing that the local I I do not often recommend; an attraction, but

Furnishings: at greatly reduced case of Henry Gibb charged with pilotage was defeated Washington! :boys were outclassed and had 'but lit- t here is where I know something. I not only I
prices. They are murder returned a verdict last nightat befor-j the committee tie tle show of winning.
by vote '
good clothes and good 7:JO o'clock of not guilty. 1}: yesterdty.i This welcome news a reached Shortly after the game commencedthe I advise, but I strongly urge you to come.

furnishings, but before Gibbs was placed on trial yesterday the city last night by wire and was : spectators could see that the .lo : J. M. COE, Manager Opera House.Peters9 .
mornin-s in the circuit court for. POWELTON 0
gladly leceivdd: by the pilots and thilrfriends. II cals were outclassed in every particu- f&
you put faith in them you the murder of E._M. Marshall!, and bar but the Classical School boys I ?
have faith in r.any witnesses were heard. The defendant }l "'dd J' JUJ .wJlJM f'-\ '
:;
inusi us.Th I The bill, which: was introduced by fought hard_ sand never. gave up the -- -----.
indicted the "
.- only way to do that was by grand. Congressman LUtlefield haa' been before game.
juryon the above charge it being alleged I Special to TheJournal.: The :playing 'of the visitors was' -
the. house and excellent
i.t0 know us. Come in that he I committees upon .
murdered the 'negro; at] S3veral occasions POwelton :Jan. 18.,-;hiere are .a .and the large number who attended
today or tomorrow on the Co. Marshall convict camp of Varn Bros. &1'|i of President J.. Ed., but O'Brien the hard of the wotk Na- giea't man. ):,;bfrds. around!.": oar little 'were :well phased with. the- :..................................t................:

jour way to or from your was sent up from this i tional Ear Pilots' neighborhood now and the boys and 'evening's entertainment '
Association, has always -
officor work. We want most county heinous, having crlme been and convietea1 sentenced of to al 1 prevented : it becoming a law. girls have a fine time shooting them. ,. Milk Chocolate] !f i iI

tn, gam your friendship.Come serve fourteen years at hard labo I Captain O'Brien has appeared: beforeth One of the.oo'S killed .%5 robins in a. Wreck on South- rn. I ,
committee short time Tuesday morning! Nashville. Tenn., I: +
in. This occurred about a :year ago. andit upon several occasions ; January 18,-In a
was only a few months after being, since the introduction ofr the bill as Miss Florence Thatcher who( is freight wreck on the Southern road For
teaching school at Bohemia, Fla., i Eating Only. if
taken to the convict caathat his have: also'those who advocated the at Cookeville Tenn. George \VorreIl,
bill. spent last Sunday'-at home,? t braktman ..
death occurred. a was killed and Engineer .
The testimony showed that the ne- Miss Lena Mullins who attends: !_Fishsr and Fireman Green were severely : Cakes, .;.. .. ,.. .. __. .0. r- i. .. .. .. . .5.10. 15. 20, cents +
tsro was attempting to make his escape A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES business college In Peqsacola spent Injured. An open switch waa Croquettes. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .20 and 40 cents box :

STAJ1DARDIioTHIrtGm'THIESEn and that he would have done so Itching, Blind Bleeding, Protruding 1 iHdturday: and Sunday. .".! wlth her the cause::; of the accident. Tablets .. .. .. .." ".. ... ,t. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..40 cents box .
but for the good aim of the convict Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund mother Miss Sabra Hardy -leftVSaturi'ay" to :' i Chocolate Sardines .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 35 cenas box i
guard, who, when he discovered the money if PAZO OINTMENT fails Bilious Feel heavy after dinner?
sj.t: friends and relieves] in Jen- It
l negro escaping. fired :upon him killing to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c ; '. Tongue coated? Bitter taste?' Complexion !I. THE ORIGINAL: MILK CHOCOLATE
jiirfas, Fla. ;1
him instantly. Mr.Leon Griffith, of. Pjjnsacola: wan sallow Liver needs waking I : It is mo / sustaining, being amalgamated by special process 4
There were many witnesses before a pleasantvisitor here.Sonday. up. Doan's Regulets cure bilious at : with the finest fresh milk, containing all its cream. ,
TERSELY TOLD the jury, and the statement of the MANY WENT Miss LillIe Whiddon-; t Luc dale. tacks. 25 cents at any drug st re.
guard as to the manner of the killing i 14-W Garden The Popular
: MIss, was the guest OfP, TS. B. E LAZ JACOBY i
was corroborates by them. TO MILTONDISTRICT Whiddon last week. .* Some Christmas, TIa085btt .-' ,Phone 183 Grocer. .4'

Auburn Th'rp! are than mora counterfeit kinds cf counterfeit money. It! Another Case To-day. I' )Ir. and Mrs. 0 ;M Mullins of Mus-' uif;up-our ayes: to the greatmean.ing : *....... ........ *.....+.... .......*....$ ; J r
Another murder case is set for trial, cogee visited Mr Mnllfijs's mother .of"the day and dar to think of
is no wiser to use the one than the to-day. It is that of L. B. Bin'<;ham,! Mrs.-J. H.'-1lumns last .Sunday. h -. .
MEETING your humanity something so divinely --- ''--- --- --- -- -- ---- -- J:
thr colored! who is charged with having I OF THE Mr. Aden Fleming ;was>a visitor in precious$ that It Is worthy of being -

Rf" Branscomb who has been as- murdered a negro at the Mays tur-' KNIGHTS OF: PYTHIAS WAS this end of town' Sunday. made an'.offering to God. Count it asa -

sis-ing Rev. Rogers in successfullyconcuiunK pentine camp some months since. I Mrs. WilBon' 'made'' buanessvieitto !:! privilege 'to make' that offering a!$ SHINGLES .SASH. DOORS. WINDOW GLASS I
Pensacola Monday. ;:
the revival at the GadsdenU HELD THERE' LAST NIGHT ,
l E Church, left last night for his Don't think that piles can't be! Mr. Casque Lowell spent; Sunday complete, as possible, keeping'nothing! -

own i-har'ge in Tallade a. Ala., but the cured. Thousands of obstinate cases 1 About seventy Pythians from Pensa. last, with his parents Mr. ana': Mrs.A. .I back and then go out to the pleasuresand I BUILDING MATERIAL. | $

rsstoi will continue the meetings this have been cured by Doan's Ointment.! cola attended the district meeting of Lowe:!. IMr. duties of your life having been
*PPK and possibly throughout nxt 50 cents at any drug store. that order last night at Milton and Joe Cooper visited relatives truly; born anew Into his divinity as Phone II. H. C. DeSilVA & CO. |

WK. of which announcement will be from the reports of those*who attended here Sunday. he was born Into our humanity on --- ill
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: Mrs. :'J. H. Mullins visited her
tta'U:: l3tT.Evangelist. They tVorahlp Smallpox.They and who reached the city this Christmas day.-Phillips Brooks.
Spiegel spoke last night worship smallpox in western : morning about 2 o'clock the trip and daughters !Muscogee this week. May the spirit of the sweet Christmas ---- -- : :,

ot 'Our Creed." This sermon elicit- Hindustan/' saId the missionary meeting was one of the most pleasantof Cured Lumbago. Child possess! me; may the Star of delivery to allY part otI the

ft m>tavorable I comment from the Ills auditors gave a gasp of horror any enjoyed in many months. A. B. Canman Chicago, writes )far. Bethlehem hlne'aoove my dwelling E. B. ACOSTA{ &. CO.Prompt
.
andientv present than any of his ser- "But don't misunderstand me. Don't The Pensacola delegation ieade by place.-Thomas a Kempis. \
4. 1903: : "Having beea troublad with I Office and Yard-22 to 28 N. Tarra-
moii> ihu: far In the meetings. Tough get a wrong: Impression," he resumed District Deputy Scott M. Loftin left Lumbago at different times ani; tried The season of regenerated feeling- Mlaol..,,. a..< R.gatIUates .. gona St., Pensa ola. Fla Phone 363. tt]

bwill dicuss. "The What, the "I don't mean to say that they love the city last night on a special train one physician after another, then dlfI -I the season for kindling not merely the

Who and the Why of Baptism," In- smallpox and desire It. On the contrary at 7:30. Upon reaching Milton the I I f rent ointments and liniments gave fire of hospitality In.the.haIl, but the COAL WOOD AND ICE tl
lolrlnri to the crowd met by from '
cormnittea
answers "IsDaptism vas a
;; question- they loathe and fear It; hence it up altogether So It tried once genial flames of charity in the heart.-
an empty church ordinancert the Milton lodge and escorted to the'
: their worship a worship born of LaU more, and got ,a: bottle'jpf, BaUard's Washington Irving. -
frequery box adds interest to the hall where the meeting was hld.
and terror.Tiey Snow Linyuent, which gave ;.me'aI- We make a great deal of peace with
nlff'lInjS.rvlce each night District Loftin
except Deputy presided and '
have a goddess of smalipor. most': instant relief.: I can'cheerfully heaven; Christ made much of peace on
Saturday hl. at the Tabernacle
on many interesting remarks were made
recommend: it.: and..will add my name Love of Order and KI.......
East Gregory street two blocks from She has a cruel face, two mouths four by prominent Pythians for the advancement earth.-Henry Drummond. '
I to your list of sufferers, Sold by all 'The two essential Instincts of bmanity
Falafox. red hands. They pray to her regular of the order It is good to be children sometimes" ,

Arrivals at 'Southern RotelV.. lye Fresh flowers are always lying at At 11 o'clock adjournment was druggists. j jH and never better than at Christmas, are the love of order and the

Panon, L Frantz. \V. Bradburn, T. her feet. A special priest tends her taken when all :enjoyed a supper offish when its mighty Founder was o child lore of kindness. By the lore of order
I w.. *4. No Help ute> moral energy is to deal with the
PblliipB.! A Loach C. Lee. R. Wood, shrine. chowder, sand.wich, coffee etc. I himself.-Charles Dickens.
floUiday. Tulane Basket Ball Team. "And much time and money are t I ,The humor;x>C>a' situation sometimes :earth and 'dress it. and keep It. and

New Orleans; Jno. C. Flowonny. Ala wasted on this goddess that might better Farmers mecnamcs, railroaders depend not' merely on .a spoken Queer Care For Tootbathe. to deal with all rebellions or dissolute .

bama. Frank C. DeGraffenoir, Alabama. be devoted to the purchase and application laborers rely on Dr.. Thomas' Eclactric! phrase but may turn on the way it is In Staffordshire and Shropshire England forces In lower creatures and In ourselves

G. C. Atkins! and wife Minnesota; of some good pure vaccine Oil. Takes the sting out of cuts,,I L used the accent that marks the ei- 'I! they have a most extraordinary By the love of kindness the

Mrs Elizabeth! Secole, Mrs Elizabeth virus."-:Minneapolis Journal.Shakespeare's burns or bruises at once. Pain canJnot } pressIon. One day recently a tottering I t cure for toothache. :The sufferer moral energy is to deal rightly with all .s Itna ttR n ft Xsaas. UitPI.AU.
Innis, Miss Fonheraid and sister stay whera it is used. ''. peevish old man entered the lobby of a watches a mole's runway with'spade surrounding llf*. So shall every pas- 1 1.

IowaV.; F. Robinson!' Albin Robinson .me. ;: fashionable. New York,.h tel and made and traps and as soon as he succeeds lion have fell strength and yet be absolutely .

Robert! Robinson R. R. Robert- It has often been a puzzle to stu- Pnshiux tiiu Old t'o.ik> A-ifdr. i I a more or less labored advance<< toward. in capturing one of these reputed eye- under control.-Ruskin. J :/

ion BV.. Hows, Jr.. Harry :M. Dean lents of Shakespeare why his name is When the babies are cross- L. Rn.ssh.>im and wife, Kentucky R. would like retreat there Is the lie. not i quickly appliesIt to the' hIng molar.
; spoiled In so many different ways. a quiet none guest rooms. was a guest Why We Have Eesrs Within Egff 111t
Shakespeare himself Is said to have for him. But In a few years, when the '' but had been In the house on earlier j In order to mate the cure sure and Instances of eggs within eggs are reported

Pum-! and fine flavor above everything signed lib name on different occasions 'children are grown and he is In the I'I' occasions. One of the ball boys who effective the paw must amputated annually in the live stock periodicals

CD and: ilistinguishfs Vanilla! Blue Ribbon Lem- "Shakspeare" and "Sbakespere." arid I way. the daughters and mother put. had been but a little time on the t rcoapproached. while the mole Is yet alive Furthermore both with poultry, and pigeons.

o-hers. Go twiras Extracts far from all learned disquisitions have been writ their beads together and originate a .the old man and In a manner I if the aching tooth la on the Such cases are examples of retarded

eriK tap famous "Blue and Ribbon give des- ten b prove which is the proper spell-" den. There Is no den for the mother because that should have Indicated a disposition -: right side of the Jaw a left hand moleI laying. The aviary channel 1 is, through

vor." Fla Aig. None perhaps was more amusing she gracefully eliminates herself to be courteously helpful said'''I. paw.must be used and vice versa. A some unusual exciting state deficient

than the weathcr" reason given in by; sitting In the kitchen or runningover to him. "Anything you want sir?" The'* similar toothache superstition exists lathe In lubricating fluid. The one egg. tem

At Dinner Use 1S51 by Albert Smith, who averred to a neighbor's. It is her natural! old man misinterpreted the hall boy's. Cape Verde islands and also on the porarily Btopyed Is incased In the second -

WHITE ROCK WATER that he had found it in the Ilarleian I disposition, to hide in a corner or remove Inquiry as 'a challenge... He halted for i j I Canaries.The. which Is.thus. formed around It.

with wine; it 'won't change the flavor manuscripts. It was,as follows: herself entirely'! and it is: not the an lnstant..Jong enough to glare at the This accounts for the abnormal size
or caamnapne! and it makes still J natural disposition of the father; youth, then resumed his way saying Way Spaulard Smoke of the completed egg. which la eventually -
How dyd Shake!: )care spell bye name? '
wine sparkling. Ye weatherre taayde ye change, we says hence the deu. It has a couch antI more to himself than In answer to the 2te Spaniards are the most expert evicted, at times with much painand DR. J. 11. MOCK.
So write it as ye please. some pipes and tobacco and the books query, "Going: up to see my mother. itanAfK la the world. A native takes difficulty, and occasions death not

NIXON PUTS BULLET THROUGH When >e mane shone he mayda by. A. which the neighbors: haven't got abound And. sure'enou h. he was'.on his way ,j, a heavy pal! at his cigarette inhalm Infrequently through egg binding, as it
HIS HEART IN KENTUCKY CITY When wette be tools hy> E'es.; to borrowing as yet. though if father to see his' mother ninety-elghtyenrs '''r the smoke takes! c? a wine skin or not- Is termed. The condition may 110 DENTAL SURGEON.Crown .

Kndrld's Msht Watch mem. begins a story today tho book will be old. who wns younger In appearance tie, pours half a pint town his throat:", brought about by too much, tat forming
(Continued from Fifth Page) Madrid still has tho mediaeval night found to be loaned out when he wants than he and not so peevish by hal.' I j],, holding the vessel a foot from his element In the fowls' dietary-Indian and Bridge Work a Specialty

tbe woman he watchmen. They admit late comers to to finish it tomorrow. The den Is a -. i j i mouth without spilling a, drop and corn for example, as a sole food-or I, Painless Extracting of Teeth.

tat! when he left wanted here to marry and the apartment houses at night but ne fashionable way of pushing: the old A Heart to Heart Confe..l... !'': then with a sigh of satisfaction closes in a measure may be constitutional and I 28V2 S. Palafcx St.
lie was follow- 7 and 9 Old Building.
E., n. officers, which caused him )longer sing out the hour or the condition sum out. If there la one Jti your hou&r, "It 'seems) ," he said, "togie, her the his eyes: and exhales the smoke from confined to an individual specimen or Armory
to Phone 1077.
1Jf'l.'Onte mentally deranged. of the weather. Tbey still go by. Mr. Man d :ft l>e deceit ed.-Atciiiscrj greatest.happiness! just to slt'and' listento his nose and mouth in clouds. lie will even to a strain of birds. The inner / .

p Jackson. Flomaton. the name ot "sereno." which they got Globe. : her talented husband ts.lkj"' ,, also inhale the smoke, converse for a egg is often yokeless, though not i> ---- -.-----------
from the fact that as it seldom rains: few minutes In a natural manner andblow variably. '
Brothers Suicided. "First! Footies.- : "Yes she replied; "the silly little
For Watch
and
Vxon. !tn Spain their cries about the weather ''Sometimes ,,. the! out the smoke. -' -- Expert Repairing
some months before levin' "Flrst footing" is an'old. old! custutt. thing! It seems to me that -

r"II i.sa.iola. maa'e' the statement to the generally ended with that word ("las which still l lingers In Ireland. It 1 Is con- Tvben a woman U"4 foolish she can be'' --- ----- ,Engraving, go to
*"man of whom he enamored tres y sereno"). about seven times morejooUsh: than Unanswerable.
was ei-iered! a lucky sign If the "first foot"is GOOD THING.
t"'d" mir.de. This subject Jest n buLe. children. I've been ,
was brousht know how to train
M "h.n a red haired or squinting person ia supposed Along Don't let It GetAway
he threatened to kill the "Mar noticing how deal with Johnny. 213 South Palafox Street.
oman and himself. ta bring: bad luck. In the north Tb* M xle.tjr of lI Jra.at. From You. you .
""11at Is It now?" of England however: a dark man is Young: artists, uot'gaining dlitlnetlon I Nine out of every ten injunctions you 4
in
The Latest Watchesand
Heavily Insured. "I wanna nother pieca cater! "first foot." "I really feel that It is hardly possible lay upon him are "don'ts." Designs
as a Lad various
Th preferred early have .instances to
oweasfd was heavily insured. "No, Tom my, you've bad enough.: I to say too much in favor of Married Niece-Why, Aunt Abigail Jewelry.
aLd, ,it was only recently and after "A\v ma! Yer lvrays tellin! inc 1 Ffrrt Plum New Year's PrC". nts. qoote! as showing that masterly per Grape-Nuts as a health food" writesa nine of the Ten Commandment are .
'1 npparture! that formance often came late in life laDora '
*"" firms one of th.a insur- don't eat properly, 4n' nen you don't' When pins!' weroinvented. In (Jlou es- Amsden's book I Chicago woman. "don'ts!"-Chicago Tribune.
received; a payment upon ** : on Japanese art "For 9 or 10 years I had suffered :
hI' ,pOI1" which had: been taken out never gimme no chance to practice! tee Engr.n:! In the sixteenth: century, it is set forth that this Is what the I from indigestion and chronic constipation CJ o-t-tre11: : .
a fl ,, w.H>ks before the incident Cleveland Lender thy were much nsrd for New Year's celebrated Japanese artist Hokusal caused by the continued use -

presets. Lnter when money was giv wrote( about himself: "From the age of of coffee and rich, heavy. greasy Nat a re. FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
-- --- ---- es. :* buy pns It was caled! **pn! mooey six I had a mania for drawing the foods' My ailments made my life so There are no genuine native word Pensacola Fla.

mIe? the Full Name a term which for four centuries j forms of thiugs. By the tine ,1 was wretched that I was eager to try anything in the Japanese language to correspond :-; r
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LIUWOYS.Rem gative Rromo! Quinine; Ci17/ onvery I h"ts: designated fie money devoted to ;! fifty I had'published an infinity of designs that held out a promise of with our words "iiature" and "art."
>'" help. And that Is how I happened to fora RING C. L. McVOY
Chamberlain;
feminine trtflps.: but Professor Basil Hall :
Ivtts { 45.lbV2ii k:. 25a I all I have"produced before
aCoW faOneDay. Clip ia 2 Days I tbe of Is worth buy a package of Grape-Nuts. food score of years prcfeasor of Japanesein Pboue 1517. .T ke advantage of ileitM being
not
age seventy taking
.
I last snrln. r ebesp. Wfwtrrn mtttM a *p.rtaltr.I .
r-- '- - ,- .- Into accouut At seventy-five I learneda "That endei1 my experiments. For I the Imperial university at Tokyo I I Delivered to any part of the Mt,.
... ..,. .,. little! about the regards: the absence! of the word "art"as "
; real
*'"' structure of nature in Grape-Nuts I found exactly whatI I.
r; : .;......;." n t.rt. : '-of animals, plants and trees', wanted and needed. From the day I a weakness.!' He thinks the absence j! .

;:,* birds fishes and Insects. In consequence I began to use it I noticed an improve of a word for "nature" may be quite

when I am eighty I shall have ment and in a very few weeks I found( the opposite. "Nature"! he regards as a I
IPnaUt1l0 BMylog! Ss Made Easy i made still more progress At ninety I my health completely restored. Proteus, at times a deistic synonym or i EVERY DETAIL IN 'l
how for the Creator, at other
...... shall penetrate the mystery oj things.At digestive apparatus works euphemism
rt chronic 11\1 times the beings or things created, or
fc-ctly and my :
hundred I shall:
a have
certainly
:t By our plan ten dollars downt and a dollar or so a week, will put a : reached si mrr<;lous stage., and when 1 has been entirely relieved. I the universe with man left out:, or the : THE OUTPUT

ii: Piano in your home that will be a joy as long as you live. In adr m! : ain 110 -eryiins I do-befit but a lint gained Is a very in pleasant weight thing materially to mei:and so long cloua impulses acts of, or man that us which opposed is to reasonable his con- i I J
OF LAUNDRY WORKis
.. or dot-.r! be alive. I beg those who f
$ I Grape-Nuts once or twicea
..1 dition I toTone as use and proper or, again:; with theologians: i iexactl
live as long as I do to see if I do not day.. I have found by experimentthat I
keep cord." Hokusal died la 184 if few ? the opposite.; -In short. sa"sj j most carefully! guarded ;
i my I leave it off for a cays my word 'nature' ,
i lasting and Snoring! Qualities at the age orhty.n; health suffers the profeit'ar."tbe 'in general and', and every effort is made ;
u .-- A physician In our town has great stands for everything i to minimize wear and .. ,
'" .. stomach for nothing In particular. In! fossible tear. In this way the life \}
A Fortune In Ills Lrl; success in treating troubles
the Pianos sell have most charming exteriors; in fact they are i to define and serving only as a will-o'. ,
r.. we During the reign of Queen Elizabethan and: .the secret of it is that he compels ,: of your collars cuffs
the creation of the world's most famous piano" builders.. !:J English: gentleman of wealth earned his patients to use Grape-Nuts the-wisp to mislead metaphysically! I shirts and other gar ,f fI
'
-, t : Corbet of a distinguished family near food-it always brings back the power mladed persons.! -Impression* Qua ments Is lengthened. ; !!

Kranich! Newton. :! 1 Shrewsbury bet that bis! leg was tte of digestion." Name given! by Pos terly. I I 11
i ; 6 Bach, Lester, Hehlin .6 Son, Clutter, Singer, Chickering I -I handsomest In the country or kingdom turn Co.. Battle Creek. Mich.There's The Star Steam |
Read the little ,
,,, ) Z,.! : and staked estates worth 180,000 on a reason. II..T. i I.
.. !* t bnok "The Road to WellvUle.In Money is p"rtullor good If d'.vfne- I t
tLe
Cidestand 114-t16S.PalafoxSt. subject He won the wager, anda Laundry.
,F Largest pkgs. It plenty of air and it Is
Rive
\y used.
rvt"4t"
Music House PhonelSPENSACOLA i.t : picture la still pr*'w in the famIly -
f Hou..ln Clutter Music to promise we
;te: FloridA :, inaux'on! ,rescntipg the processof N. B.-Agreeable in the wet as the hawthorn. Shut it up and 37 E uarOen St. Phone 114. ...
I state that the hand shown magazines worms.-G. Mt Pentacola.' Fin.'f .
4 cankers aiki breeds
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order of things at the academy."
WHERE THE JOURNAL fW So far we have failed to find in the

CAN BE FOUND. 4eM reports; of the trials of certain erring r
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midshipmen direct evidence: of such (
The Penacola Journal Is *
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cold-blooded-atrocities' among the ha- i 1 1I
e sale at the following places la I
zers as one' would naturally expect
the city: *
from the severity of the punishment
M Hotel. #
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being inflicted
upon the guilty.
5 Coe's Book Store. *
Where Is the boy that has ever entered J .,
,* Depot News Stand # .V'
:any good old-fashioned American t ,
4 Gem Book Store. *
Hotel Escambla. boarding school without being "in- : .; ': l ,
oft Merchants Hotel. ? itiated" or, in more up-to-date lan o 4J'1
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46 Southern Hotel. it guage-hazed? We do not Know of ,1 ;,-. .. "HE ACTUALLYWANTED US TO LET HIM WRITE HIS NAME:

# Thompson's Book Store. his existence. The faculty of most .i.y. rw : 'IN BULLETS ON THE OPPOSITE WALL."

:,. Walker's Book Store. # American institutions of learning for "' 'QJ6J
M N boys have certain requirements 'which ,; l
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***###*** *# M HH7! they ing them exact as of candidates students 'before But th3 receiv students -, ,\9' "*"" ..,..-0... { What Will Raffles Do Next?

who are already in have justas <' 4' ,"', ,: :'I -'.

' The Splendid Annual Report exacting requirements which they That is what everybody wants to know
THING AIMED RIGHT' YOUR
demand with unerring certainty from IF ? COULD GET THIS
SONNYBUBeAMMV-BBTCHERLlFE'
of Secretary W. C. Jones. who reads of the series of brilliant
, .I the "new !tfeller. FEATHERS WOULD FLYGOOD, AN D PLENTY!_ one stories
: Pensacola Is fortunate in havIng a It seems that all the evidence goes : entitledRaffles
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I to show that ,
live Chamber hazing is simply a partof
of Commerce and both
: the natural vivacity of youth If eels baggage and certain classes of money' t to build houses,to rent, to buy I NEWSPAPERS.trlklne .
; that body and the city are fortunateIn this Is true it must be accepted as freight whenever the public con bank stock, to buy merchandise to

having a live secretary to handle such and the punishment made to fit 'Tenience could be promoted thereby sell, to start'a turpentine' ttill. or anv, ThUc That Great Men
the almost unlimited 'work which the the crime. hence he urged the passage of a general thing :t'.lgr l ; in which the average, busi, Hare Said Aboat Them. i' the Amateur

duties of such a position entail Brutality Is not a natural attributeof law on the subject. The governor's ness man Invests with the bone of re.,! A correspondent requests that we ,

The annual of the American youth; neither is cru recommendation was accepted by the turns. ItVOI1ld no; b3 an expenJiture |I paint some of the striking things great '',
W.
report Secretary elty. Cowardly attacks upon "plebes" legislature and at the present time a but an Investment. men have said about newspapers-that .
1C. Jones which is published on page number of trolley lines are carrying this be raised is
by bull-dozing upper class men cannot How can money Is, sayings that embody the purpose CracksmanBY
live of The Journal today Is not only be too strongly condemned No fair- freight and much has been done in the next question. i and doings of the press.: -With pleas"

one of the best reports of a similar minded parson would attempt to de that state toward giving the residents Properly speaking it should be by

,\ character which have ever been sub- fend such conduct. of Interior towns the benefit of taxation, for'ev?ry one 'Who flays taxes -I ore.Bryant' said: "The press is good tv .
the transportation of baggage express benefit. and E. W. HORNUNQ
But before gets a proportionate
a rollicking midshipman evil according to the character of thoso
routd, but The Journal
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regard it as
I l' matter ami' other things, with should be
makes a lower class titan do the being raised fir that, way ,
4 the best which these columns have bit dance," "rab- the result that the revenue from this expanded under ths''direction of, the I who direct it. It Is a mill .that grinds

i ever been privileged to publish. i his head or for requires the delectation that he of standon business is assisting the companies in authorities'' whtf have th: expend all,that is\ put.into its,hopper; Fill the_ Will,Raffles! '.be caught
his
with
of extending, hopper poisened grain and itwill
Th report Is 'tooth concisa and .' messmates, !is he thus meeting the expenses tura of the 'ottier'publlc] funds. j
become
comprehensive I hearted that he Is unworthy so bad- improving: and operating their lines: The town an and. while it is to hold ,
strictly -. "
d( the president's Last year there were nearly 30000 partners !in' rae' 'Investment as they the bread.
business from (beginning to end. it has: in th? navy commission? It hardly as an officer miles of electric railways in operation would b3 in ;the';profits:* James Parton said: "The newspaper next{ ?
seems
;, a literary finish -which Is as marked to the civilian so in the United' States and 224 lines But .'as 'this' is'. probably not altogether press Is the people's university. Half

in this case as !is usually conspicuously) Why not take the in Pennsylvania alone. Many' of the tuactical rOur Business_ League the readers in Christendom read little I'
exuberant hazer latter are located in' the large cities. :-, I You Can Keep Up'with Raffles if You
and
of 'matter else. -
lacking in tha general run of papers and punish! him in a manner fitting to but there are also quite a number should take bold the '

'. of this character. the nature of, his offense? Make him serving the people living In the outl>'. see thai It is';odone. Jefferson said: "The basis of our government ,

Secretary Jones's stand upon his head make him exe Ing country. 'That these lines shouldbe This brings it: back.to the duty of I ,beta? the opinion the people Follow Our Columns
remarks the
,r 1\1 on cute the "rabbit dance" and do the deprived of the right to develop an the IndlvHuar-business man ofwhom the, very first object should,be tot
need and value of publicity are particularly other angles that he has exacted from important.branch of the railroad business every one ?should, ba aI 'active mem-, keep that,right, and were it left.to, me '
j apt Every of business the lower class to ber. We do not use the,word "active"In decide"wbeJ1' I'I'I
man men. and let a dozen which they are able conductat I to we 'should have 9. .
knows that what he says is true- or so of the latter stand around tile low charges is not In keeping with the sense;!! of merely having name government without newspapers orl I ---.- ..
culprit and give them of the times on the raftC: hUlL in th* more positivesens'of3'talna -- --- --- -- --------
every word of it. Everyone with the I permission to the progressive spirit san'ractlva interest.j newspapers: :without a government I j I'
"guy" aim to their heart's content However, this ,question is largely in
: I should not hesitate a moment to prefer -
most ordinary business sense knows It remains to be seen If this 'would the hands of the farmers of the states This organization. !\, be made of'' the latter:''
: that publicitY-rightly directed-is, not have the desired effect Instantaneously IA which electric railways are operal- more value to;the tirwn than most of I I '
Cardinal Gibbons said: "The dread of j i yHE cow fed Sucrene Dairy Feed if ajway
what moves the world of business today and it would obviate sending ed, but It Is safe to say that they 'will our people! dream possible? and if we
j these young hazers forth into be aided by the enterprising representatives say that we -will have a meeting oncea exposure in the public press keeps many i, U Jl found to give the moft milk. It f *
1" << and Secreaary Jones puts this'I world branded for life as men who the of other interests in convinc- monthlhattwill last for two hours a man sticking. close to the path of rec- :I The productive ration-tLat'. tLc rcisoo.

r fact very: forcefully in his excellent hive been convicted of an offense who ing the legislature that the electric and the time' of every man present. is tltnde;who otherwise would stray off No other ingle feed or mixture feeds ca do

report have been Ignominiously dismissed by lines are entitled to fair play and worth a dollar an hour it will be a good Into the byways of gmfL"-Chicago t the work to effectually. Yean of preliminary
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Ills plea for the co-operation of the Uncle Sam: ,and rejected by; him as fu' that the public Is entitled also to the investment, addition to a contribu' Journal Fullest trials were back of it before it was placed on tie
ture which will result from granting tion of the do effective --
officers of benefits monty necessary tq -
the
business men of Pensacola in build : great white ships Animal wirket. It. of
: which are second to ; them the right to carry certain[ work with. Hay.ae the Moat Teeth. | coaoeiwua remit and powerful l
ing up their city is the strongest feature :. seas. none on the classes of freight. As an earnest of what we believe The animal having,the most teeth! lathe .. a source of profit. The cow not fed this feed.

of his report and one which J e- about this matter the Breeze will contribute great armadillo of south Central :I Pail i. kept at a las*..

& i Serves the closest attention. Without .. *. ;:; : ;:.:ta $%50 per month for the next c.d northern South America. It Is a

T"" that co-operation, the Chamber of ... 4F .4 yar, to be devofed wholly to adver feet well known to most people that SOLO ONLY BY
B 1 *TROLLEY LINES AS HOW EDITOR STORRS Using Walton county and DcFunlak the normal or average zsmber:: of teeth F. S. MELLEN & CO.,
Commerce can do little 'but :with 1-
every .. FREIGHT CARRIERS. ff WOULD BOOM DeFUNIAK Springs U ten others will do as' much, In mammals Is thirty-two-sixteen: 1 Corner Alcaniz and Garden. Phone 334
business man in the city behind it, # or it will contribute $5 per month if above;>> and the same nnniber below.

; the body can be a power. # New Orleans States. v DeFuniak Breeze. J twenty others will come uo with alike The great armadillo, how'erer, is an ex :

The Journal congratulates Secretary amount. We are willing to practice caption having from 92 to 100. lie Las I .

Jones upon his altogether admr! "*" q "H "HH ('E jf 7Erx.--f what we preach. from twenty-four to twenty-six in each t I I\Tbs Journal Printed: During f OPRATI1U

able report and it congratulates the The farmers' Since the last issue of this paper, a side of the upper Jaw and from twenty-, I IONE
associations of Penn- ssr ... Nicholas' Whit lion, two to twenty-foul' /n each side of the 1905
i ri city upon having a man who is so sjlvania have united in gentleman who for the present shall I December ,
a In :
movement Belgium the children expect the lower Jaw. :Another peculiarity lies In
to be nameless asked this question:
If thoroughly fitted for the positionwhich secure legislation
;' railways giving electric *You are always talking about' get. food St Mch9las to visit! them. They the fact that they are all molars or J I a Total of
NIGHT ONLY!
operating between
he has filled so acceptably for : cities I
think he rides on a white horse so they grinders. They Increase
towns and villages the right to ting more people .and :booming the! In size from
the, past three years. freight. This is a movement clearly carry! town how would 'ou'do at?. I j polish their shoes with great care; fill front to back, instead of from the toot, Friday Jan. 19th.B.

in the line of progress, and that elec To nut it bri"dy, we' 'would follow up them with bay, oats or carrots for: the and are wholly destitute, of enameL 'li B50 .
The DeFuniak Breeze has just !installed tric roads subject to certain restrictions the splendid opportunities have inj 1 saint's horse and put them In the fireplace ,

a fine Gordon press In its Joo will be granted the privilege to advertising, and ,then do more, and or on A table and in the morning. Ma-muff the Gbo.t, i-

<
tar Increasing .business. EditorStorrs states: should be re'garded'as one of DeFuniak Springs and Walton:counl for the bad children and candles for superstition has been brought to light

r! is a hustler and can always be the certainties: of the future because ty could make a splendid Inv:stment I the good ones. )q 'a -Hungarian village. Owing to sinister of PRESENTS
It is merely the logical development of $1,000 in 190'6 in advertising re rumors as to the cause of death an overage
I depended upon to keep abreast' of the of the electric railway systm It Is: sources. \V3 do 'not believe that that' I l&a authorities had the body of a peas-
,J times and give his patrons the bet 'well to,remark in this connection that amount would come' back in this year I Laurel For ChrUtmn De eratl
P to be had at any price. The Journal I trolley freight cars are already 'in or in next of possible in 'five 'years,j The laurel belt;? an evergreen' makes tbg hands and feet nailed down to( the I II 5,735

II'fe ispleased to note this evidence of the evidence in a number of the states but that it would prONe a splendid Investment a sinking feature in n winter land. coffin, while a long nail had the Musical Comedy

1 prosperity of its valued DeFuniak con and it is only question of time when thera !is 'not the slightestdoubt. ]! scape. Enormous quantities are used I driven through the ueart. also"I. '
they will be brought into universal I !n the Christmas dressing of churchc! :DAILV'
was .
temporary. at once held, with iha result that BANKERS AND BROKERS
use for the ;
transportation of produce ,1Dagid"-fln ,
There Is a the very name for wreaths and 'other decorations!
and other at; old woman confessed that the act
districts of commodities the In the interior of Florida which makes .it easy' to ar-, Mountain laurel can be grown for decorative had been perpetrated under her directions. : The+ following: figures. a ow The Pan- 47-Happy Boys and Girls 4?

L The Hazing Pratice No, sound reason country.can be advanced rest attention', which is the first stepin purposes!!, and It is easily caltl- The man had died a sudden sacola Journal's circulation for each PRICES-25c, 50c, 75c and 51.0

t at Annapolis.Nearly to justify the restriction of the business of successful thousands advertising.of dollars! ars:Then already tens vated. What comes to market is gathered death, and there being 'a superstition : day during the,month of December Seats on Sale! Wednesday ai+ noon &ICo's
I from the wild laur 1905 with he'laVrage! !! number
of the electric lines to the carriage being In advertising tbe'at state', ll:1'owth.i la Hungary that persons dying under Oft Book store.Monday.
every newspaper. in the country of pjv-nt such coplss dally:
passengers. Some of the large would have circumstances haunt the house In
has expressed an opinion upon the street railway companies In Penns>lanla l- do would and be what to direct we the attention toj i ,;t; which they die the further superstition Dec. 1, 5,700 5,750 Dec.Dec. 17 16, 5,600
Dec. 2. 6,100
matter of hazings at the United States \ are now transporting freight j' bas that ,
with or without a charter toward this section. : I STORE NEWS.II- grown up postmortem'reap. Dec. 3, 5.9CO!) Dec. 13, .... '
Naval Academy since the series of so, and. the 'accommodation right to do Th> L. & N. Is sending out to several +! # _. penances can be prevented by nailing Dec. 4 .... Dec. 19, 5,600 Jan. 22.

trials for that offense started with I the farmers along the route is to the 1 parties In every section along' "The Quest of the Useful"!' is ''S the body In Its coffin. The old woman Dec. 5, 5,750 Dec. 20, 5,600 ,

t arraignment of a midshipman who-was I valued. The steam railroad highly comf the entire system every weaka list, & tho errand' of the multitude= *-|! further admitted having done the same Dec. 6, 5,750 Dec. 21, 5,600 Special Matinee at 3 p. m

i alleged to have Injured another so :antes will be arrayed, of course- cf from twenty to fifty parties'who made easier, in half Its aspects-;% : thing In all similar cases for many !i iyears. Dec. '7, 5.700 Dec. 22, 5,600
have answered; the general advertising 'r by fixed habit "ad-read.. -V i .-London Globe. Wilson Barrett'sGreat
i badly in a fistic encounter that death against the granting of the freight \ the of .Dec. 8. 5.650 Dec. 23, 5,600
i carrying privilege to the trolley lines, of the company and,who are seek-: Ing" 1J c '. 4 Dec. 9, 5,650 t. Dse. 24,, 6,100 Religious Play
i followed. The Atlanta News takes avery but good public policy and the public ing homes in the south. $om? sort '3 tI'1, I Dneliaff TUUla. 't'>! Dec. 10 5,9001 Dec. 25, ,. ....

1' sensible position with reference convenience ,demand that the electric of discrlptlve matter should be sent{ To lake.a.U&ost: all o! the sting *l lit I The pistol_used in the-duel 118 not the .Dec. 11, .. Dsc.: 26. 5,600, CROSS
to the matter and has the following roads shall share in ,the profitable every one 'Of these !if nothing more la out iif sho ptng and 'to put an military arm' or the 'revolver, but avery Dec. 12. 5,650 Dec. 27, 5.600 I II THE SIGN OF THE

to say regarding it: business of freight transportation done. But that does not begin to: be I,| ;"j amazing amount of interest! and & carefully made and wonderfully I, Dec. 13, 5.650 ,, Dee 28, 5.600tDec. I ,9*
!
+ 1 mountain labored and This may be delayed on specious enough We should advertise our: :f zest into .!t. read :and consider #j accurate weapon known as thA dueling 14, 5,600 Dec. 29, %5,600 J With the original I prod '-"3

I "And the forth mouse." grounds;. but !if, those -"ho." are directly section in papers in the north, and i' # the adi..belore'starting.i.r: !j pistol For many years the, length of Dec. 15, 5,6CO .Dec:. 30,' 5.750 w 1: great cast of thirty English oa\'erJ:
brought a
concerned in the broadening of the then follow up the Inquiries with printed ,- u Ei|i ( f Dec. 31 i, from the Lyric Theatre, l onaon
i
who has this .. ,
was .a matter grace;
of
To the ordinary person arm d1s- 6,6501Total i
l letters
privileges of the trolley lines unite( in matter and personal as,i You order your own personal &
i; once been "Young America. It beginsto department urging the Pennsylvania legislature long as there was, a possible chance & supply of -bad luck" day by :dav. .>l ,. cession at all the clcM::! in England and for the month..... .. .154.850J I
appear that possibly the navy to place them on equality with the of inducing them to locate here. j I & Simpiy to read the ads. will on the continent. At first the dueling I I ELABORATELY COSTUMED!
: is somewhat!! overzealous in steam railroad's' in this respect is it Other counties are doing the and' usually ke supply from $ pistol had a twelve Inch barrel and -I CONSTRUCTED!
pour
r y Its efforts to stamp out hazing at the confidently believed that the necessary it is paying them. In the last Issue! running( short. ;,. carried twenty round ballets to the Average' per day., .. t.... .. .J,73S I POWERFULLY,

t nation's training school for her future legislation can be secured. of the Breeders Gazette a journal having '. if pound but,In 1810 the elder Devise .

admirals.In A short time ago Gov. Bates of Mas a circulation Of probably 60.000 f'e It has gone out of fashion .toboast #.j with his confrere, Lepage, at Paris statement'iscorrectaccording I hereby 1 certify that the above. Unanimously Endorsed by Press and
da
the to the
of
the news dispatches y sachusetts. in a special message vetoing among stockmen all over the country of never reading ads. Those and Manton and Egg of London the Clergy.
appears the following: an act, giving to certain electric ,Marion county. has a page'adver if. who do nut. nowadaare Jnclinej *, most eminent pistol makers of their records oq'. flls FRED thisoffice..

'"Nearly all of the fourth class men lines the rlgnt to carry freight, and tisement. We mention this as an illustration .$ to keep quiet about it, as # respective countries, fixed the actual A. SWEET. I B'*
did not consider that tot the ..CirculationManager.. Price Matinee Children -
aidthat they conferring same right of what' *-
onothers merely is being
about I I of "
th'yiould any otber'ri & length the dueling pistol! barrel at '.It
exercises which had been required said there could be no Sworn to and subscribed before met.hls' 30'cents.. :
the reasonable done, and of what we should do. sonal Adults Nighv-'
saort-coniing. nine and
there It !
f: Inches. has '
> remained lay of January t906.PERRrDICKEl. !
of them were In the least humiliating objection to electric railways 1st
But. that
says some one. will cost .
4r and $1:00.Seats'oir ,
?f A case of the best pistols used to ,
,
bring
I
that they had enjoyed the fun serving: as common carriers of part So does I -
it
Certainly- : coat
money.
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; IEdEiE7 li.t' ;: from 500 to 750 francs or $lOO to tl5a...;*' '. ,, ,- {x.N9ta.tT'hb1icr.' j .sale Friday at CO'J:11

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I I TO PI3NSA COLA 'S CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I




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Vnsaonla,'Fla...Jan, 8th, 1906. lota' .. It r. .
were Jdle however to contemplate phosphate ,
, ,ifficers! and Members of The that rock, coal tobacco, cottou, 1 J.- $ *,; fers of the 'soap makers and baking prosperous, but what a shame It is
n such could be II
cotton.
a sum seed meal ,
0 ,
cotton
of Commerce of Pensa raised for that seenoil. powder manufactures of the country that this prosperity can be measured;
ftmIIt",. by specific purpose. but its flour, 'grain, pig Iron, cotton and- "woolen .:.- ',I' ---- ; at large. Soap making is proflta.bleand ; what a shams it Is that this prosperty -
mean
(0 ino Unreasonable suggest cloths J
(Jf'tt.emen-I I have" the' .])honor to 'that the :commercial! Industrial ana1' hQg products. t. the cost of baking powders Is con is not as boundless as the God of 4 Lt

:Bnlir! .nis, my third iannual .report banking and real. estate interests of Imports. : '. _I- tingent culy upon the amount of Nature intended that it should some
The imports,Jhrugh the port of;P!a-j:, A be 'When He
secretary of your organization. Fensacola money expended in advertising. day created Pensacola's :
fit : could wel) afford: to apro .
u srcola for
Records Destroyed' Dilate: to this organization"six. thousand not the calendar year 190$, do i soap factory, and a few thousand dol- surroundings with their limItless poastbilit4S -
so
compare favorablywith the imports lars invested m of development what a sthama -
dollars ,an advertising campaign ; :
of November 1st ultimo, or say, five hundred dollars '
Tjie fir *, for the :year 1904, as do the ex'ports _
per month, during the. ,current ; to exploit a brand of baking it is that there is a limit to the appreciation -
the Brent
esTroyed building -
for
,. ,jcT- the same period In
fact a of Nature's
endowments
powder would so
large
The Chamber of Commerce )year to be devoted exclusively under pay returns uponan
heavy off in the
III tr1U'11 falling itemQfimportJ lavishly bestowed here what shame
the direction ofyour board of direc -k investment here. ; a -
KKated destroyed of the is
revealed by the following table of
was : that there Is not more civic pride
aw papers of the orgaiIzation..r'Ior& tr.rs.'to telling to the worta the whole imports by months Cigar Fatories.,
toon,.-.. I v it impossible for me to story of Pensacola's present prosperIty January : 183505.15 One of our Florida cities, to-wit: more concert of action here-a closer

rendf t Herewith as full a report of and prospective greatness when February 15.1441:; Tampa, is, the leader of all other citiesin allience uf all of the business interestsof :

ou' penaions for the year 1905, as her 'resources have b'een..developeJ.. March, 129.790 the United States in the production Pensacoia Pensacola's glory and -

I tioud! : :!ke (0 do. Coming of the Fleet., April :29,086.22! :! I: of Havana: cigars,-Tampa's output of. her Millions peoples for good.Least of Pensacola's Ad.

Membership.At During th spring'of 19Q5 Pensacoia May, :9.16,00 i 1 Havana cigars for the year 1S35. having vantages.

ne date of my last report our harbor was again the rendezvous of June, ',_ 23,17413: exceeded 600,000,000 cigars. In There are cities In the south that
temoeremp numbered about eIghty-- the several squadrons confprlsing the July ", ..9,3.5'J 1 the cigar trade, "Florida" is a word to would pay millions for the least ofPensacola's
North Atlantic fleet of the 'United August, I It conjure with, hf nca' it had as well be
increased to
f .r This was ninety- 38,76U5t; I I advantages. The:peoples of 3
f.glll a> one time during? the year but States navy, for a period of neartj September 8,887.96 Pensacoia as Tampa. Known to the these communities 'stand shoulder to I j4
sixty days. October wcrld as the greatest Havana cigar
'i'rou;:t> resignations and the opera- 83.57207 shoulder and fight, as one man. their -
".on ot he provision of the bj-laws in : To the efforts of' the Chamber of November, 4,57233Fiecember. manufacturing center in the Union. I I battles for progress. Their membership '

ts asiof! nonpajment of dues, the !. Commerce maybe directly traced, the 121,803.73 Taese are but a few of the manufactures dues to their commercial organ.!
designation of Pensacoia -I of staples that would prove
the .
n tp was reduced tol an aver during
"It'mrwrs and their contributions to the
azf: or Ttte :year of about eightj-,five. I past two seasons,. as the headquarters Total for the year .$667.018.I I paying enterprises if established here: I'jizations of public enterprises are< .
of these combined squadrons of Impots for year 1904 a dozen others might be mentioned promotion
instant however our
" h nr't our 779.2.6,5:1: I credited to their Investment accounts,
tH ,''H, .$hip numbered ninety-one. navy, which contribute so many I ,. but. with these established, the nat- rather than being charged to expense .
Result of I thousands of dollars to the annual A deficit in 1905 as against ural law of evolution would bring the.
Advertising. I
.. trade of our, city.Dredge. 1904 of, $11202843 accounts. J
I rest.
.
\ ,\1;; of the limited advertisjiu i True Gospel of Public Spirit.
iifi."d ov' the means at the dis- Caucus. ,Vessels Entered and Cleared. Pensacola's Prosperity. The geaeral good, and not a selfish:

rovi : n.- organization I received During the ',month of :July '1905. the There were entered through the Reverting to the subject of Pensa-i. cnnskteration' of direct benefits to be -
IPfnsacoIa Custom
House the
?, (! i-fpnrd to more than 500 let- oYedge Caucus, constructed by the during co'a's! resent prosperity: No one derived from every dollar spent Is tha
". -v .It inquIry about Pensacola government especially for harbor: workat year 1905. a total of 381 vessels, witha would hathe hardihood to attemptto true gospel of public spirit the Invariable

oJJlflnj;; the course of the year 1905. Pensacola was completed ,and turn There registered were tonnage cleared'of 601,005 throvTgh tons.the i combat the proposition that Pen sa-' guide of all genuinely progrea-

'T'ImquirlE'8 came from persons ed over to the officials of the govern Pfnsacola Custom cola {is p-osperous. but upon an analy. s:v'e people. ,
'I'a"11 I hrouhout the United States, mtent in charge of hrabor Improve- Houseduring the sis of the causes for this condition, This gospel needs promulgationhere ; ? .
1905 total of 382 witha
year a
and some in foreign countries ments here. During the month of vessels facts are disclosed which are not altogether 4it
tons.I I
registered t of 590,752
!Dunn;: I he :ame period. I also mailed September dredging was commenced nnage as creditable to Pensacola Public Spirit Lacking.
cr, fHT.;()na whose names I have beeu under the plans of the War Depart Post Office Receipts. ] i w. c. JONES, as would be the case were local condi- What a reproach It is to Pensaoola,I 'g-

tcrummulating throughout my tenure ment, which contemplate tfce widening The post office receipts for the year l Secretary Pensacoia Chamber of Commerce. tions different from what they are. that with the few exceptions of :pub- /
">' .)ffire as your secretary: more than of the entrance channel to the har 1205. itemized; by quarters, were as : t' Pensacoia is prosperous mainly lie-spirited men who have, within the
bor to 500 feet follows: 1;_. .,,; ..... ." ,.:,,-1\- -L.. ..!,.. .}t..t.1-AoL; ,, : _" ..,.., ,:'-..
: '::11(1( pieces of advertising matter a depth of 35 feet 4\ %)-rv4v-" -! C 11:3 1<>'<.l.l "" 'o?, "" .t-.. through force of circumstances that last: few jears maia'e their tomes
"nng forth the advantages and at- throughout This work it, still underway Quarter ending: now prevail throughout the south; and here, and become Identified with ally 1j1
, ,.,nons of Pensacoia ann adjacent and wilt be completed during March :31st, 11414.20 property in Iensacola, subject to taxation -'Nashville, Evansville. St Louis, Milwaukee not because of any concentration of of our movements for Pensacla's advancement '

"...rr'IOI'A' great many of these the current jear.Depth June 30th, 11.71223: is steadily increasing, and together Covington! Cincinnati and effort upon the part of her people as a the select few who have
have become interested in ''September 30th., 9637.91 with the assessment upon railroad Indianapolis., borne Pensacola's burdens through
of Water whole direction.
tipopi on Bar. :n any specific
December 31st., 10,41970 telegraph and telephone com The chief 'constituent of beer la
P"nsacola. and I am convinced I prosperity and adversity during the -
tM! a systematically organized!I Throughout the past :year a depth I panics the assessment for the year pure water: the chief cost of its man Prosperity of South. I past quarter century, are still eft to
rampaign of advertising campaign -, of thirty feet of water at low tide and Total for the )year 1905. 43184.13 1905!, amounts to a total of '$11,646- ufactury and marketing. the interest The whole ofDixle" Is on the rest do it all; and that when these pub

conducted upon broad and I. tde tbirty-two: has been to thrity-three maintained feet at high I Total for the year 1904 43,166.25A :997, ,divided as follows: upon the money invested in the brewing of that great tidal wave of prosperity lie-spirited citizens groan under their
throughout Real estate subject to fire plant siYertislng' the license which has gathered momentum as it
and
otvour the
lif-eral lines under the direction I burdens, they are cursed by com
board of directors would Jay inn the entrance channel to the harbor gain In 1905 over 1904 of 17.SS ta* $7,438.620 :tax for its sale. has sw>i pt southward from its sourcein I munity's parasites who are growingfat

,,'eh' greater returns than anything' in which width.at the present time is :250! feet Vital Statistics. Real estate not subject to I Nowhere is there a purer or more the grain fields of the new west and on the substance of their neighbors

-,,,*. that could b undertaken for Pen- The following are tne vital statistics .fire tax H .750 plentiful water. supply than at Pensa the Industrial centers of the old east. while taey pull down the structure -
aioia now Pensacoia needs more Activity Naval Station. for the year 1905: I cola. March of Progress Southward. that would be built.

"Jurat) and more people to develop its I During the past half oozen, years Deaths actually occuring in the Total value of real state, I $7,851370 An investment of 75,000 would The march of progress is southward: Commercial Bodies Appreciated.

\*'ent? resources but the knowledge I many improvements have been, made) city, 413 Personal property. 3,245.210 I erect equip and provide an operating the currents of capital have been di- Throughout the lerfgtn and breadth
at the Pensacola Naval Station the Of which Railroads tele- capital for brewery that would verted from their erstwhile
.)' 1 undeveloped resources obtain- in were stillborn in telegraph and pro course or this great and progressive
iiij: here U restricted to a sphere, nature of modern buildings and modern .1 fants. 17 phone companies: 550,417 duce more than three-fourths of the from east to west and eastern and countrj commercial organizations,

omparatively limited in its scope.' equipment. The year 1905. I _' brer'.annually consumed in Pensacola. northern capitalists are now vlelng ba they commercial! clubs, boardi f .

Liberal Advertising Needed. proved no exception of the ru\e. 'and 'Or say; '' 'j--> 396, Grand total I,. .)?t" '. $11,646,997 Cracker.Cak, and Candy Factory. with one another In their pursuit of of trade or chambers of commerce ,:

Liberal: but judicious\ advertising is there are nqw regularly eraplojed ; Number of' births, inclutalng '4' Tax Rate 10Mills., .. The grocers of Pen acola. wholesale investments in the fields and factories are regarded as the 3.ot

tilt onh specific for the relief of this there < veral hundred skilled and i stillborn infants 346 Upon real estate subject to fire : and retail, dispose of more than of the- sunny south; the sages of the backbone' of a community's: promotion !!-i

, on'ition-the limited knowledge on unskilled laborer who reside in 1, Number of marriage licenses Issued tax personal property and the prop- $125OQO, worth of crackers cakes, north no longer counsel their young I and from Florida to Oregon i \

'nc. outside of Pensacola's numerous Fen&acola. I 453 erty of the railroad. telephone} and candies, and bon bons annually yet men to 'go west" but instead they are, and from Maine to Texas the com- I
....i actions as a place of residence Several modern men-of-war, : cruisers Naval i&tores Industry. telegraph companies, the rate of tax- not a pound of crackers nor an ounceof pointing the waj' to our 'country as the inertial bodies of the country are sus'i

; ,id ,ts man advantages as a loca. monitors and gunboatswen; I The naval stores industry U one of ation I is,10 mills, 'while on ,real estate candies handled by the jobbing land of premise and penty.with! the I[ tamed with a greater profligacey .. '"

:urn [tOt the remunerative employment docked aIlli: repaired there during the the moat potent factors contlbutiog not subject to fire,tax., the ,rate is but trade of Pensacoia. are manufacture injunction "go south young man-go I any other public Institution ave the -

Oi tp'il!. .- j'eac 1905. \114.at Publicity the Demand of Age.Pt' Ma nias,.Gloucester: and 1s1a do sacoia, and 13 increasing enormously! 27,000. s na' of ,iPensacola dollars are annually north are. coming south. I of their practical value in the advancement t

Luzon are being) rebuilt there. I every jear. It Is impossible for me to While an exact etatement of Pen- sent away never to return. Montgomery Legions of NOrth and East Coming of community interests; r
IHTY the demand of this
is Visitors Entertained. secure complete statistical data as to sacoja'g present population is impossible NasavZle Chattanoo'sa' BirnIngham. South. ( because of the country's appreciation ISaI

mgres.nf' age; PUBLICITY-ad- Numerous 'delegations and fndividuala -'the eiact vo&unie.of. this industry in the, absenceof any official cen- :Macon, New Orleans New To the martial music of the rolling I I that through? concrete organization tw'
Thov.the'prrlamg! u! the motive power that of distinction visiting fensscola during the 'S'H'ar.:' bu l'W1D J pos- sus, it may be stated and the statement York St Louis and Chicago! bakers mill and the bellows and the forge,alone! can large things be accom- ; t
world '
of PUBLWln'
commerce; session of information and, candy makers. are the bene I -
wh .
on business and for pleasure during ? is well ,within the bounds of the legions of the congested north and pUshed
the advanco
Advertising is the past )year have been entertained the statement that the value "of rosin conservatism. that.our population. is ficiaries. Chamber of Commerce Should Have J
.. east are marching southward to cast I
of is
?ent PROGRESS and !
progress and spirits or turpentine handled Twenty-ftve thousand Pensacola I 200 Members. 4
in I.
by The Chamber of Commerce. now in excess of .27,000 people. .
their lots with development -
Tbi- in the
mother of the us great
PROSPE21ITY Export. Pensacoia durlng'the'ear.. 1905 closely dollars:: will e lp 'a'plant and providea I What a reproach it is to a city of
ogan; of all communities that'would During 1905. 5000000. _. Improved Fire Department. working capital'sufficient to produce of the limitless resources of our city of pen:1III: 4 '
approximated Pensacola's Importance, a :
tsp jrear, the watchword of all communities The export business''of Pensacola Many improvements have been Inaugurated every pound of 'staple crackers cakes wonderful land; to'the Inspiring sacola's: population a city of Pen sa-
Interests. j
that would be up.t -dat8. for the calendar jear 1905, reached Jobbing in Pensacola's fire depart and, candles consumed in Pensacoia strains of the music of our spindlesand needs in the line of development '
cola's :
The Pensacoia l '
therefore 1 deem it not at all out of the high-water, mark .in the port's history jobbing interests ruent: since last 1June both in equipment and Pensacola's Jobbing territory. the clitter of-our looms the cap- that The Chamber of Commerce .
in all lines of merchandise ;
place hat I repeat my re<"OtDmendanOD : as will be potet} from the follow enjoye| and discipline; in fact Pensa Broom Factory.For tains of industry in the north are takIng has a membership of less than "
of a vear ago. that The Chamber ing table of exports by months: phenomenal prosperity during the cola now justly claims the distinction brooms alone; Pensacoia: anrauaJly up the march by platoons by ,
:200.!
of 'ommerce undertake a vigor- January. $1.596-I0 year 1905. Several new, jobbing of. having one of the best mana'ed'i contributes :to the manufacturers cimpanies. by regiments to join their Officers Thanked. -
louses
established here
were daring
mi, tematic campaign of adver- February 768.74t rest disciplined and most of other cities thousands of forces with our captains of industry! In conclusion I desire to thank the
the and a conservative estimate I ,
year Florida,!
in
' "ing \VPensacola unlimited resources March, 1.464,717 firefighting organizations dollars. .Ten thousand dollars invest- in the development of an industnanl officers and board of directors for -
, giving publicity to the fact that Pen- April *.. 1.020.6b5: 01' the annual here jobbing business now and when the hook and ladder appa- ej in a broom factory would be cap south; to the hum of the gin and the their uniform courtesies and close cooperation -

acoia is PROGRESSIVE, of exploit- May, --- 1,464,477 being done Fish exceaae Business.$4,500,000.' ratus now under construction for tae! ital sufficient to produce every broom I groaning of the cotton: press, to the with me tfuring the past

ng to he world that Pensacola is a June, .. 957,572 department is installed Pensacola'sfire handled by the jobbers and retailers 1 song of the saw and the music of the .
.. Pensacoia still maintains her supremacy will be second to )'ear.I -
ramumiy that is up-to-date. July 950.470 department of Pensacola. ax. to the siren strains of our factory Respectfully submitted
.. as the greatest fresh fish
in the state in point of equip
Should Advertise Public Improve August. -- 812.186 n.arket on the Gulf of Mexico The none Overall Manufactories .. whistles, to the shrill refrain of the I W C. JONES.

ments. September. 1,851,647 value of this: industry to the commerce:, ment. The annual l consumption in Pensa'| locomotive's scream:: to the soul in-: Secretary. :

Five thousand dollars at least October, 11,219.679 o! Pensacola, during the past year, Streets and Sidewalks Bad. cola,' and Pensacola's Jobbing territory spiring no'es of "Dixiethe capitalist 1 P S. In the form t.i an appendixI
etould be the November 2.316.435 represented more than half a million It is a regretable fact that the I workingmen's overalls is suffi-- and the artisan, the merchant and the shall include in the pamphlet editionof
spent during presentear December 1,836.713 streets and sidewalks throughout the cent; to justify the profitable Invest., itemized
i to advertise the one fact that dollars, every penny of which is money manufacturer! the brain and the brawn the foregoing report, fully
city (especially in the residential districts ment ofcapital in an overall manutrrrhere for the
'of all other sections of this statistics of our commerce
Fnsacola has! undertaken the expenditure ccntributed to our commerce from the .
Total for the year $16258,732 ) should be in their present con- itemso
Vith
great Republic are moving southward together some
of three-quarters of a millionof whole country at large. : past: year
dollars for Exports for the year 1904, 99S.6&7 dition of neglect and decay. At this Soap and Baling Powder Factories. Shame that Pensacola's Prosperity can general information bearing upon
streets and
Facilities.
sewerage Banking
cther season Pensacola is the ,Mecca of Thousands of Pensacola made dollars be Measured. points of Interest and attraction in
public improvements Cain in 1905 over 1904 of $1,265,07J The banking capital of Pensacoia hundreds of tourists from other sections :are tnnnally poured Into the cof- around Pensacoia.
I and ;
again that Pensacoia is
Six Thousand Dollars for Advertising.Five The principal items of exports dur- has not been increased during the of the country many of whom repeat !

cotton timber, past: calendar year but the resource _c________ .. "
thousand dollars thus spent, ing the year were.: are persons of means with a alsposi ---------------------- --- ---- ti'tF
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would be returned compounded many lumber, rosin: ,' spirits ot turpentine I of the four banking institutions of the tion' to invest their money here, but I *:'**+** ...."...........*...*.,,*.............* ......" city have grown apace with the other the unkempt condition of the ,streets, M&3Lto&. ,&&.! :.! B.U__:: _UH.U......_oIA.>zru tU<__ft'......H1rn"H.......-._.... _n._: H_....u..-n-'U"U'__.uu........ ..._t.!.:n... t-J:..;. 'f..1;
industries here. The total capitalotthe and the abandonment of the sidewalks' -

four banking? houses of Pen3 cola. of the city are deterrent. rather than
is, 550000. The total resources of factors In inducing the

tz these institutions amount to ${,704414 ..,- i investment izicouragin'2 of outside capital here. 1When -
( in the Market
I
_- Real Estate. I City Council Streets.Provided Money for>. i1 I

The activity in the real estate mar- I
I It is but justice however, to state
of Pensacola the
ket during year 190T:
that the city council has provided
r Old tas been remarkable: and mar be regarded -I
'means for the maintenance of the
as an index to the faith of
I streets, and that there are existing &i
Pensacohans in Pensacola's present' 'ordinances providing for a's'stem of: For Hardware Builders g!
prosperity of and future prospects. The : eidewalks which would not. alone be i 51* and Supplies |
transfers real estate during 1903numberea1 :; I
a credit to Pensacola, but would also

Quaker School 1790. Facilities. : enormously enhance property values Get Our Prices Before Your | '

I\\ Pensacola's constantly school improved facilities and are added being I:and 811'd system many,of city daily blocks mail delivery.to our carnet .: _; Placing fl t


to. In fact, Pensacola may now jua I Diversified Industries Necessary.Np ; Order &t ; j..; :
!1) boast of one of the best, if not the I city's; prosperity can be Indefinitely '
best, public school systems in the I perputuated upon only one or I :t :

r Rye state of Florida. During the year two-or even half a dozen ina'ustries -

v 19(5! ,a ,high school course was addedto I The history of all communities -- j
J the curriculum of the public school I which succeed to greatness, teaches :
system of the city. The higher I that'a diversification of industries, -VVeVVant: -Y-o W? B-u.sin.ess: ::
ii II.' is the utmost good in whiskey. branches of mathematics th$ sciences Ib the most substantial aid to a city's I

Spanish. German and French are : growth and prosperity; that diversified -

ai taught In this hfgh school course., I manufacturies produce more red: ti An.d Oftra. Sa-xr .Yau.. :LI.IaneyEi : : if

Millions spent to prepare There are sixteen public school build' .I corpuscles In the life-blood of a community .
I ings now in the city-8 for whites andS thany anything else. $ -
I : for negroes. Employed In these : In the matter of diversity'of iIl'' \ -I 1:1
a perfect product'years'II schools, are 64 'instructors white :,tries Pensacoia is peculiarly at a disadvantage -' tt :

teachers and 20 negro teachers Tho as compared with the
taken to ripen it.Don't enrollment of pupils Is: as follows;' I great majority of her sister cities on I Agents Masury's Paints and Varnish.p. .

Whites 1728 I the ,Gulf coast. Tersely'suted., this c .0,I.
: Negroes 1305 condition exists solely from the fact iti -- ,.
I '
let the dealer give Total 3031 tlat' our people are neglecting scores
; Mail Orders a Specialty.
Private Schools.In of opportunities for a more lucrative

just "whiskey." addition to the public schools! employment of their surplus capital :
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; you there: are a number of private school I than they are now earning with It. : .

; : Phone 16; Lewis Bear & Co., At the head of the list of these private -I Manufacturing Recommended. "i : -

5 404-403 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St. institutions of learning is tht i A: few suggestions. supported by rJ
Pensacoia, Fla. (ensacola Classical School, of .which 'statistics. are pertinent. Gordon & Brown Hardware Co. 1*
Professor II. Clay Armstrong is priocipal : 'I : Brewery Would Pay.

The scope of the urrlculuu The annual consumption of beer In. -
of this school embraces all! 'branches I and' through Pensacola. represents t. : g1 :;" I

of study from the. primary graos. io I value exceeding $225,000, yet not a _

.." a preparatory course for entrance ;jn I gallon of this beverage Is brewed I; 1 i 0-112 East Garden St. Next to Freight Depot. J Jt.
a number: of the leading unlrer tie* )here-every penny of this large sum :
Gin and colleges: of the countrs. *. produced<< by the brain and brawn of

De Rxzyter ( Holland) I, Tax Assessment. \ Pensacoia beln'j' tribute levied to enrich -I SI !:! -nfi:

Tie value of real an4 personal : the brewers of ')Mobile; Macon,





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: PAaCSIx. PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING I JANUARY 19, 1908 .
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I -- I _-When my""ltemtl'S emerged'front *........ j, .. ....".... ........
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l .' the minister's( gate looked t her in-
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PEOPLE AND EVENTS :;':':fr 11I i The Atavism quiringly."Well,",I slid_, ,*"probably, we? had bet- l I .Get"-Ma"ri d in January \


ter- start at 'once for the country." : wait; another day, will provide the Furniture and *

I \ I Of Pauline My:small wife raised her hand ,with :' ,Furnishings? :

:' Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go. Come t charming assumption dignity. ,

and Tarry---Vt'omen and Society, Here and:! Els where.i I BB) ISA WRIGHT HANSON borne"Indeed until w such$ shall time not.as we We choose'will go to :.. You Can"J' ,Now. "% .;i -". ,, \*


i :. By E. NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 O CopV11 ht. I9os., kn\ IDa Wright Hanson 0.{ quite go. The ready church to depart.-can wait till we' are .t'. and-! Pay- :Later.Don't :, : .r_ i


r It That evening as we sat in the rose : ... Bedroom'Suits- ,from .$20.00 up. Pretty Chairs from 73:,., J
, ---- was sat at Sutro
" J sunny where we garden we were Joined by Mr. Layton to $4,50; Mattresses $2.50 to $15.00; easy, comfortab'e! 5

ARTISTE. white nuns veiling over white 'silk heights, between the,white statues. of,I Pauhne's lawyer. :- ,Springs $Z,50 to $5.00 SiJtooards 715.00 to 6300. *
! "' 'hen April pipes her pastoral note, and was attended by her 'younger sis>- "Prometheus" an'1'"Fpmme au Ser' "May I I inquire as to your plans for : -. .

I And all the daisies dance tei Miss Cecelia similarly gowned L4k' '- V' pent. At our left stretched a smooth the future?" asked the'Jawyer. -
You catch the fairy festival Mr. and Mrs. Gambuzza will reside ( : F i MARSTON &. QUINA
red road. "We are going to the country to.find :
And fix.the the yj"The ,
j green expanse; for present with the bride's parents Prompt, Easy' .: ,
.-. When memory pipes the graces down where1.they are at home to their road of love? and it lends, to work. Pauline began bravely. "You :: \
Recovery. Elbert what I did 1081'110.S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.
In their elusive guise, friends. !: r- paradise," I remarked, 1- see did just -gave 0- ,

j I : They Your shape all assume and bloom, -4WOMAN'S v _The\ Mother's greatest Love thing;in the the love world she Pauline was silent He- dreamy his me,money and 1 was away writing. He'came to'htau.here AVasn't to tell : ... .o.. .... .. ..................;

1 LIFE lavishes on her' children; the love her eyes gazed beyond the little wares lagging -
And dartle with jour ejesf for her It a funny coincidence?" _. -- --. -_ .
have without this
EDITOR ON'FLIRTING.. child should ; ; In toward shore out to the bank -
said the ,
i love she could not endure the agonies in. I "Very lawyer dryly.
"When Summer drowses into dreams: The girl who is flirting with half a cident to childbirth; appreciative of this of fog which circled'the waters as If My 'wife folded and unfolded her

J And, dreaming, laughs in flowers' dozen men has not the time to give love, Mother's Friend was devised to lessen -, to shut us two there In the sunshine handkerchief The lawyer gazed into Cane
'
; You hold the riches of her the pain and anguish of childbirth, I New Crop Syrup
Afealnst the brigand hours prime any one man the cbance to know her; that her love might not be strained to the '1 1br& away from the whole world. My glance Gpa<.>e", Pauline sighed, and Mr. Lay- '

When Fanc)'. 'steeped in; slun.ber, and she is, there&re, losing her ,opportunity king point. Mother's Friend does all lingered on Pauline's rippling brqwu ton cleared his throat. ,
of getting a good husband this and more-it enables the fond motherto l Lair her her
on straight! little nose on "And expect to enjoy drudgery
; yields from II you Put'up: in all size
says Woman's Life. speedily recuperate the labor of packages
Some echoes of your voice, Wihile she i is flirting here, there maternity,enables her to regain her lost mouth and I gave. one long sigh, of instead' of luxury, do you?" he asked ,

i Beyond the spell and everywhere with her numerous strength preserves her youthful lines of content with the suspicion of a growl. --

i [ Those echoes dwell, admirers, the home girl is making beauty,and without nukes pregnancy thorns to her mar crowning it. 'j' "Pauline," I said, "will you marry I'I "It.Un't a,matter of liking.." Pauline_ WRITE FOR PRICES
Anal bid still J joy any I
rejoice. war"No.
me
: herself attractive and Indispensable I answered, quietly. "Elbert, did i it because \

to one man. Mother's Friend ," she answered. t 'he cared a, great deal for me;' I

"When Autumn from her russet locks He sees how sweet she is in her harmless ::1 Her tone was Caressing, but It,held did It because I loved Elbert and I. Supt. Stores Southern States Lumber Company
Shakes dapples brown and bright, is applied externally most in ,
Ypu garner shawdows into sheaves home life, how her parents and little its consistency most happy in j its results J uncompromising firmness. The-fog thought it was right. Of course neither
brothers and "sisters love and rely and is of such merit that no case of labor FI was coming closer In. of us thought of the other's sacri
:And
i -- bind them w ,th the light; upon her, and the, next step is that should be conducted without its use. It is "\\-byrPauline I PENSACOLA., FLORIDA
:Then Fortune from her checkered ficing. But It is done and we are going -
j be imagines her in his home, the. a liniment for massage of the abdominal i
'
"
store, muscles during pregnancy,and by its use turned her gray eyes from to make:; the best of it.
L.other of his children. '
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Dispenses joy and care, their tonicity and power of contraction is the ocean to me. "I see. Would it disappoint you too I
I that he is in makingup
After not long ..
I Through you I find "one" greatly enhanced enabling them to sustain I One thing thou lackest,* she quot- much if your property were still ; --t-x.f; gg- i
she the
his mind that is the strain bear
brought to
great
on

i }, The A hope gleanings to bind of despair. woman.The mind of a man js an exceedingly : ; them The name at this should time. It be is enough Mother's to Friend.recommend fd and softly.'Go give to the poor.sell: "what: thou hast yours Pauline?" gasped."I I i'i'WHO: MAKES YOUR CLOTHES ? I IWhy

! "When old Winter's tatteredcow'l queer and intricate thing to trifle it to all who expect to be mothers. I stared blankly'at her Was this thought you'd be sorry, so I made
througn
far can Send for free book containing information child of this< butterfly of fashion AsTthe
j with, but, as as mere woman U luxury, Up the message from the church.
of priceless value to* mothers. j?
expectant
I Ills tonsure venture to form an opinion, these area BRADFIELO REGULATOR CO. turning preacher? church doesn't know what she I .not have tnejn,built rfht: here at home where you *
,snowy peers v -
r The glory 'round his dying brow few of the qualities ho desires in Atlanta B*.' "I don't say It's original.; Elbert. For missed. she will be able to endure"it." I' j can b&ve the privilege- ot a try-en and get what you want? iI
>
:You a wife; generations back' there's been every t Pauline "Oh. El #
I ,- give to future years, gave a joyful cry. -
i BO, when life's withered joys: reveal not First of understand all, he must her,love As her soon and as now and then some one' of our family bert, I needn't wait a month for my I THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY I Iff
quite I -
: The cheerless waste below he does she will lose her charm. : .- -I Iill. .1 who has belieyed andv practiced Jt. I wedding ring!" I
I .: Your vanished face, the mantel1 of these peculiar -
suppose "My wife buy her own wedding -
be too
.
but not
love him
She must turning out soma swell clothes. Should ,need a suit, drop in
aro you
I A Bequeaths its grace prodigal with her love. She must I ; ancestors has fallen Jipou me,,, foe It.I ring! ?" I asked fondly, wishing the..law
No. 11 North Palafox stietC. They are showing ?
Through :memory's 'golden glow w "at, their place, an j
, make his home a haven of comfort ill. MYRTLE GROVE H has been a life principle with me. yer were Mexico torn moment .
Charles :.I. Bajne.: in Atlanta News elegant line of Suitings and Trouserings, and at prices that will surely 5
I f. She need not be clever, "Maybe I'm dense, but I confess I ,.
and peace. -,. "No; I'll have my property made over tempt you to buy, it
.
1- MURPHY-RUPERT I but she must be intelligent: I don't see"- I to you, dt ar.- e .
I WEDDING CARDS OUT. Of course, he would like for her to "Ihave, more money than I know Mr. Layton turned to me. "May I -w- i

I The fol'owin'g! ; wedding cards have! be pretty. but if she Is bright and Special to The Journal. Pearl what to do with; 'so' have you. It ,is ,inquire, sir, to whom you made over _.
.
intelligent '
sweet tempered and looks Myrtle Grove, Jan. 18-Miss -- "
I : been received by friends of Mr Ru-' I absurd for ui to marry and put all our your property? Was yours given to -
. with a turned-up nose Butler of Pensacola spent last week .
I he can; put up I PHONY IS.
pfrt and his popular and attractive money together It isn't right. You charity also?"
hair.It relatives here.
and straight v ith friends and I
bride-elect: I must choose some poor girl and I a "I didn't think so at the time I didit
j is an even division; he gives her The party given at the home of Mr. -
. Mr anIrs.. Dan Murphy his. love an t:his life's labor; she gives and :Mrs: McNair Thursday night last penniless man." 3 ," I responded smilingly. "It is: in the t NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

request at the marriage the honor: ceremony of your of presence their i her love, sympathy and care for his vas enjoyed by all present. Those I "Nonst>nse!r* < name o( Pauline Mowbray, spinster.. I

. f daughter Genevieve Rosario I comfort. present were Mr. and Mrs. McNair. "I really mean It. suppose her subsequent marriage"
i andMr -.- Miss Pearl Butler, of IPensacola, Miss I I I reasoned with her for an hour and Pauline's face was close to mine. E. W. tAWffC/VCF, Proprietor' No 8 Wat! Ron an a St Pensaco/a. Fla

-r Francis Charles Rupert I Mr H. B. White has returned from Hazel Gunther, Miss Mary Spare. at the end of the time heft her lookIng -, ,"You precious, old, deceitful goose!"

, : 'Wednesday January thirty-first :Atlanta where he went to escort his Miss Mattie and Susie Tanton, Miss I i, at the ocean, her eyes wet but her she IUIJ<1.

I ,, nineteen hundred and six, I attractive young sister Miss Blanche Leila, Bernette and Esther Goa'winMiss chin-'determined.> Her chauffeur look --- HHMP "aWMM*'*;**'*; :--H x'* $$-If

at half past five o'clock. B White on her return to Cox College : Nattie Goldsby, Mr. Milliard Mc-! ed at me'Inquiringly as' I strode past Christmas Gift of Ilftdiani. | ,1
I i after spending the holidays at home. Nair Mr. John McNair, Mr. Joe Tan-1 DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
I ,, St.Uchael's Church. Bruno Caro Mr. her auto car, which had brought us ,Last Christmas in London it was
I ton )fr. Herbert antf!(
" r- Pensacola, Florida. 0 Jake Goldsby :Mr.: Ed. 11c.. air of both. I Jammed my.hat down viciously quite the thing to give Chr&tmas giftsof I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES I

, Reception Mr and Mrs Ben H Thomas arc Millview, Mr. Johnson and Olen and started along the red road but radium. Of course only an infinitesimal 1 *
located in their pretty STERLING SILVERWARE
! from eight until ten pleasantly
now ,
:
, waters it no longer led tp( paradise. It was no particle of the precious substancewas

, :420 North Hajne-+Street.- Dew Thich home they recently 518 East purchased Government.from Mrs J. D. Johnsonand:: daughter of "road o'loe" and,there"",was. 'no paradise Included! in the present'and,even | ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, \

j E. G. Miller. Pensacola spent Monday in Myrtle anywhere., ; 'i' :..1 then the gifts cost all the ,way from
HOLSEN.GAM.BUZZA Capt. I CUT GLASSWARE. J
HOME WEDDING. I Grove. 'And the young..man went away $10 to $ZiO. An Instrument .called the

'ir There was a beautiful home wed Miss Erie Cravey of Pensacola sorrowful, for he had, great posses.I spinthariscope, which .consists of a -
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. Mr. Frank Reward of New York is Saturday and Sunday with rel
ding Wednesday night at the resiotnce spent I Blons4" small case about the size of,that con.talnlng
aunt Mrs. E. J. Dun Err :3 -
.isitlng his here.
: of ,Mr. and Mrs Vincent Holsen ham. atives Lorenze of Pensacola It's amazing what a good nIghts a finger ring contained the radium .Engraving and'FIno Stationery. ?
Aubrey
'If on Ninth Avenue, when their eldest I Mr. last here. Bleep will do for'a man. Next mornIng particle, which was plaef'd'undl"r v
;I. daughter Miss Annie and Mrs Joseph spent Sunday i
Era Tanton of this place I bad an Interview wIth' nit law- a email lensllkeamiCToscope..BytakIng ,
Miss Edwine Hooton of Greensboro, Miss
i I Gambuzza were united in

I '. Judge Only Bellinger intimate friends officiating had marriage'l Ala.aunt.. is Mrs.the S.charming A. Hooton guest'of., at 512 North. her her spent sister last :Mrs:week Emma in Pensacola Villar. with yer.embarrassing It was, as tedious-.t'had 1o-and explain somewhat some and the'looking contrivance through Into the a darkenedroom eyepiece | Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. i

i 'vited and after the 7th avenue. There will be services at the Union things I>should'hue.1'rf"terred.to keepto one could see varying lights flashing. ;r..: _
Hill Baptist church Sunday next by myself. It was over at last and I *
cious served
i wedding was to
supper
I Sales of Blue Ribbon Lemon"and Vanilla Rev. Blitch. All are cordially invit- sought Pauline. .J." .
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eli present '
I \ IE: O. Zadeh Jewelry Ce) !
:'t The parlor and dining room were Extracts are increasing rapidly ed. '\ I found her,Jn the njt garden, writ Diismlced Blearing. .

( : tastefully decorated with ferns, holly because there's nothing just like the .1 ing rapidly. JNVnen sjfce *aw ,JHee she Scroggs-Henpeck,told me that he regarded MOBILE ALA.

; and other greenery: "Blue Ribbon Flavor." Besides the Imperfect Digestion. sprang up, scattering her papers on the the toothache one of tbl :c

! The briafc; wore a becoming dress of go twiceas, far. Means less nutrition and in consequence grass. She smiled 42 me teaT uUy. greatest.of temporal.blessings., Baggs *"**34Hirae& *'*&e I jf.i H:

i .. less vitality. When the liver "I discovered thtt Ifc x>tildn't live What an i incomprehensible Idea!

I If" fails to secrete bile, the blood becomes without you," I paid taking her into Scroggs-Yes. he said it made him forget
T with bilious properties. the digestion 30 TOURS TO EUROPE 2 TO JAPAN
loaded
?Journal's Daily Fashion Feature beccmes impaired and the my arms. "I could have given awaya his other-troubles. VERY INTERESTING Uuder superior nansgementexeeptinne
"
: constipated. Herbine will rectify dozen fortunes rather than lose you advantages Fall Tours Around t World
bowels
I felt her start Annual Oriental Cruise Ifb. 8. iTogramme
: Balloonists say that birds' flign U
this; It gives: tone'to the stomach, LECTURE DELIVERED N. }'rt.'e.FRANK.
"Given.away Elbert." she repeated. limited to L315 feet above the surfact
liver and kidneys, strengthens the ap- C. CLARK,9fi Bway, New York
i .rrt tetlte, clears and improves the complexion "You haven't given away" of the earth. ----- --- -- ._-

infuses new life and vigor to "Every cent," I cried ,gayly, .leading BY MRS. L. B. CLEVELAND YES- -
the whole system 50 cgnts a bottle. her to a seat. Just got the business
sold by all druggists. finished. I'm your penniless 'mln. Nick's Buffet and TERDAY IN C. K. OF A. :

i Now when will you marry me?" HALL.

Drill Call. She stared at me" her eyes round and Restaurantis TIhle (Qll)

I The Sisters of Naomi Rebekah amazed. Then she laughed nervously."I .

I I Lodge are requested to meet at Odd have, too," she gasped."have Mrs. L. B Cleveland: of California,

Fellows' Hall this evening at 8 p. m. what darling?" I queried. the only place of its according to promise, delivered a very : .
i for drill in the New Beautified floor interesting ana' instructive lecture r
"Given everythlngaway. I was Just Hnd in Pensacola, in factit :
I : work. writing to you to tell yon that I cared is yesterday afternoon at C. K. of A. : Story< >

i J. D. POLLIAM, CapL more for you 'than for my wretched balk The attendance, was lai'ge. and )
I the lecture was fine. The subject was"Woman's
money; and It's all gone, gone, gone!" APridetoPensacola. "
Greatest Gift, which em-
I! : Sir Knights, Attention! "
I Regular Conclave of Cour DeLion "Jsever mind: little girl. We have b-aces'questions that are of vital In- about; "country cured!

I Jf ( Commanding No. 1, Knights, Templar each proved our love. Now w<. will terest :to all woman kind, old and| meats" and all that II-

f 7:30: p. 11, Monday, January 22nd.: start in and Iiveas: grandparents : :: .' young. : good enough to tell, bu

Work in the Order of the Temple Full did. I will buy a ranch"- Mrs Cleveland is, a, forc ful and I with the "good old times"

J uniform. Also election of omc rs. "My grandparents didn't and you Larger cities cannot fluent speaker, and seems to magnitjze that sort of thing ha-

Sojourning Sir Knights are courteously haven't any money, Elbert." boast of a better equipped: her audience. Although an elderly ;j passed away You would

invited. "0 h. tha t"s.BO. WU, I will go,a nf place. Th
f HARRY. GIBBS, E. C. work: for rancher, then and you,can best that can bs had. is sociable, intelligent tactful and refined now If you could get n,
qualities! which are valuable as. any more than you wouH
W. HENRY NEEDILUI. R6c. help the rancher's wife You can make !
1 sets to any woman. She certainly deserves I burn a tallow candle in
Ic butterand feed the hens and-and fatten Nick Apostle '
: Propt'rEver the commendation she received : place of an electric Ugh.
J Knights of Columbus Attention! ,
the pigs, can't ? '
you !
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the ana1 pulpit.
from and
; ii press every
, ;' ; The members of Pensacola Council She held up her little white hands, She has been requested to deliver)
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i : : Knights of Columbus requested to and I covered them with kisses. Then another lecture next week which she)
j ; meet at their hall SunJay WelI
on morning she. 'put them, one on each side of my ,,,,Ill probably do. '! =Ordered
January 21st. .8:20 o' kx'k.
; I at face, and looked ett>adlly. into my The lectures are illustrated witL! *!
JOHN B. JONES
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charts, whIch makes every detail
eyes.
EDM. FOX Grand Knight. WRITINGTABLET& Tablle
c1ii Recorder. '19jan2t "Elbt rt, I will try If the rancher's \.ithm easy reach of every one. I

wife will have patience with me.?'
: is now supplied with mea..
"To whom did you_gIve your fortune -
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MARINE; LEAPERS. prepared by the higb:'
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? I.. sked afte/i minute ,
skill which scienrt , "I I I'l "To the; church 'car,.an orphanage." The Tuna !. the Meat Graceful .f the experience can furnish

Her lips ,were quivering ,again. so I Jntmffrm of the Se. There is none superior to
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WhereDo said hastily. Many of the inhabitants of the sea Armour's

i "Well, sweetheart, go put on your are good jumpers and some have become j

: plainest gown, as befits a 'poor man's )' person always famous. Among them should be Gold Band Bacon,

ti bride, and we 'will go at: on e to the for needs a tablet in the desk mentioned the tarpon or silver i king/ a I

: c parsonage." out the before paper the always runs huge fish with scales that gleam like i Boiled Ham,

You ,I laughed when she came back. Her, We have writing envelopes. silver, which constitutes the famous I
tablets
"plainest gown"'was simple and white; ofFine game fish of Florida The leaps of this Lunch Tongue,
I
'I but probably cost as much as I could: beautiful creature are often astonishing I

earn on the ranch In it year.' > Several years ago a steamer was Ox Tongue,
'
1 "The, minister lent_ me the money' rushing down the St. Johns river. The!

Eat? for the license and lias{'promised, to, Quality captain was' sitting oa the fore deck Sliced Bacon, iai- tins.

( wait till I got my fi/it m.ODth.s'wages leaning against ,the pilot house, when : I
", for that and his fef I explained as' -at 10, 25 suddenly there rose in the air a beautiful i and the other choice prepared

:. The Kandy. Kitchen Is we walked along. and SO Cents ,. shining fish four feet, in lenctb It meats which w
Pauline's face flushed and she looked i sell jou It's as chiap: 'IJ
easily the best place! to I came on like an arrow and landed In

eat In town. It 'ia clean I up piteonsly. and still others.. at,5 cents- the lap of the captain as neatly. -as I live well as to live any

COAT, well kept. with'first.- "Didn't you save out enough for the each Our stationery m though it had been placed there. :I other way. Try It.

<;< MISSES' GRIFFON ETTE CLOTH class service and cuisine I nog-my wedding ring?" she whjspereoL boxes at 25, 35 and %50 In the Pacific waters the tuna, an

f. :A::! graX "'flffmette cloth. one of the I a narrow roll over ,collar. A wid* I that satisfies_the veriest cents are wonders-in all ally of the horse ,mackerel is noted

waterproof fabrics.of the season.I stitched belt passes around the bodyat epicure. "Made'a clean sweep of everything," tints and finishes. .. for Its leaps. Sometimes a school
new
: Is developed into a misses coat of, the Joining of the tkirt and yoke, I I answered cheerfully "except my' gweeps up the coast and the powerful Cahn & Co.
Sol
, empire persuasion. This cloth is an and ends in points either side of the: clothes. I didn't think my-er-beaeflciary fish, often weighing 800 pounds, are :
front. The skirt of
doubl rcasted'
which has been "
.extremely fine fabrte. > :1 would car for those. seen in the air In every direction. They
this coat is circular a deep InV'rtedpl i
: '. eubmltted to a waterproofing process She gave a patient sigh. are like an arrow turn gracefully live The Pure Food Store.

: through which It has fine lost finish.none of The Its defining at made the,in joining the back of the a skirt welt to seam the I Kandy Kitchen Cafe "You will get m? n ring as soon as ICoe's' Bookstore or six feet in the air and come down 1 Corner Palafoi and tntenilsncii
and .utt..est
i original body Elbert? I shan't
The sleeve is the you <'Sn. won't you, keeping the water for acres In a foam I
Inch front portion. regulation -
or
; yoke of this garment ends an ,feel married without a.wedding ring." I and If not the'raateat.juwpers they I
i pattern and the pointedend t 11'8I
and coat
, beneath the armhole the yoke 104 S.Palafox, Phone 999 Phones }
so front portion cut In ona and stitched cuff matches the stitched I "Sure, little girl- answered huskily j 213S.PaafoiSU22t.! are certainly the most: graceful of Ui- I
I t- narrow '
E: double-breasted to the neck, which has belt _as we reached the parsonage 'eapers of the sea .: ;


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\ PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MOANING, JANUARY 19, 1908' PAGE SEVEN

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FOR $4,200 MERCHANTSATTENTION, I


YIECANNOIIMPRESSUpON A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate.
ou can buy two new 6 room houses, ,
exiting for $480.00 per year. These ,
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touses have bath. etc.. gas and elec- $28,500.00-0ne of the most valuable pieces of property In the city -
ricity. Can be had for on a corner and fronting 3 streets (260x240)).
ESTATE We have a client with a desirable. I $20.000.00-New two story brick building on Garden street, near Pal
REAL PURCHASERS$ $1200 CASH-Balance 7 per cent lot 200:! feet from Palafox strett. busiest II II I I afox, with lot 92 feet front. Quick sale. .

rHI8.IS A BARGAIN, AND IT WILL 'center and adjoining business I $12,500.00-Large 3-story brick building, near business center. A
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houses The owners of this property I good interest payer.
AY YOU TO LOOK INTO IT. IT wlilverect a two or three story building ,$7500.DO-Deslrable building lot, near business center on corner (%ti) -

TOO STRONGLY VILL PAY 10 PER CENT. NET. to suit a desirable tenant.: If Interested feet by 192 feet).

; see us at once. I $6000.00-Improved property near Palafox street, property' paying ,
MONEY MADEy about 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain.

$5500.00-Large< 2-etory dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood, -
.. with 12 and servants quarters. Lot 80 by ISO feet. :
i The necessity for knowing that the title Is perfect before 1> investing a few 'dollars In vacant L. S. BROWN & CO. Our Rental rooms Department is given special attention and our 1UU s

making a payment oa same. ots on East Hill. I am selling lots at Seif-Preservation of stores offices and dwellings contain locations in all parts of tne '1v

REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND !IN- I city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading :

$50 AND $60 SURANCE. is the. first law of nature." It's aptly i foreign and American companies can fully protect you from the fire .

WE GUN GIVE'A PERFECT ABSTRACT applied to the insurance business. fiend. Loans, in any amounts made on real estate, and on short notice -

Thles, Building. Those who want absolute secur :
.1.00 cash and 50 cent par week, .or 201J/i nsure
;3.00 cash and $2.00 pr month. These ity. Some get it, others don't. CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR _

of title for all lands In Pensacola and Escambia county ota will 09 ".worth $100 to $125 before
for the one and a quarter centuries. Prices reasonable.. hey are paid for on the terms: offered' FOR SALE: An, Insurance Policy MONEY.HOOTON

>uch easy terms are not offered every Issued from our office makes you as & WATSON

lay. I am selling 10 to .16 ,lots per Two new houses on E. Cervantes; i secure as a government bond.A _
lay and they will be all so'd.! & Co.
soon Successors to Tbos. C.Watson
and a half. Other I shade
one lib rom, story: risky policy may cost a

eight loom two stor>. Modern in less, but It won't give as peaceful No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.Professional _
peosacola. Investment CoA. every respect. I sleep.

I LESLIE E. BROOKS I Will net over 10 !':r cent as Investment Before inuring, see us. ---1u- _:ii_ .

H. D'ALEMBOITE, City .
Manager.W. ,
04?! % 8. Palafox St. FIsher Building. For QUICK 'sale .... .. .. .$4650.00, McDavid-Hyer Company, .___ u_ .. .-. _
"VVOC>D
.H. KNOWLIS PresIdent. R. B. SIMPSON Secretary. Other desirable houses and lots at. Agents New 'York .

STILLMAN, V..rrei. and Gen. all prices East Hill. I Directory
J.E. Manager. KNOWLES HilL Treasurer. on Life Insurance Company.
For Sale. kinds that
you
Real Estate Loans General Investments. FOR RENTs 8 E. Government Street
I FOR SALE-Most beautiful residence Phone 7CO. Persacola, Fla. THOS. PEBLEY OAK piN I

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. block in Pensacola. overlooking the room house, E. DeLeon. .....$8.00 LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS ,AND AND E
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I bay and Bayou Texar. 'Magnificentie COLLECTIONS

. -' ----- .- I 1 oak. magnolia and other shade Board and Rooms. PALAFOX AND ROMANA. cheaper than you can buy I-l-tlk

rees.: Ideal location for home, hotel C. R. YAEGER PHONE 553. size .
It anywhere. Any you .ai j t
(>Ir sanitarium. A. C. Binkley.
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= WANTED HELP WANTED BOARD AND LODGING:...New furniture want. !-"
I Phone 332 '
Thiesen Building.
FOR S\LE.-Sacond hand ladi s' bi. 202 : large, clean rooms. Terms rea-
WTEp.-Second: hand ,billiard taw WANTED.-500 men, $4.00 daily, permanent cycle, J500 and also sewing ma- sonable. App'y' Mrs C. C. Brock. 117 C. R.YAEGER E. C. SEWELL. !1i

,'heap Address "Claxton.! city.jant -pass circulars, tack signs I hine for $10.00. Apply at 403 N.Reus. North Tarragona St. ISJanlm'
-no canvassing. Continental Dis LSjanlv D. HALE WILSON & CO. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Phone 614.
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tributingCo.. Chicago. 19janlw* ROOMS TO RENT with or without .
Rooms, 202 and 234 Thiesen Bid. '
hand furniture board, 22 E. Garden. ISjanlm -
WpED.-econd articles of all kinds WANTED.-Young colored girl to FOR SALE-200 acres good farm Ian.1. REAL ESTATE, PHONE 332

uiri' household Address; P. O. Box 353.ajanim' work a few hours each day. Apply 24 miles southeast of Chipley,. in FOR RENT.: -Two well furnished ESCAKBIA OYSTER DEPOT. i
for cash; 301 W. Chase. 'Washington 30 AND. Southern conveniently -
19jan3t county no waste land: RENTS LOANSWe rooms. exposure
_ _ _ icres ready for cultivation Good located:: near hotel and boarding i' Phone 1210. l l'I
The public to know that "WANTED.-Boy about sixteen: to Urns rock quarry on premises For houses.: Reasonable rates. 302 N. Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Escam.
WANTED-
old newspapers can be bought at learn glazing. Apply Saunders Mill further particulars address Mrs. L. have the following very desIrable Spring' street. 17Janlw Office over D'Alemberte's Drug Store 'I bia Oysters at. reasonable prices. :HI

tv,"s office for five cents a bundle. They Co., 29 East Garden. ISjan Wlselogle.!! Marianna. Fla. njanlm pieces of property on our "For Office Hours-9.30: a. m. to 6 p. m. C. Tabarras & Co.

lire all clean and nice.IL4NTED.Ele.etrlc W''TEDNurse! woman. Apply Sale" list: ONE doable furnished room with Phones 274 and 109. I I I .
FOR SALK.-Pecan trees; all sizes; board. Hot and cold bath and use -
work of all kind. this morning at 619 North Ba>'lenstreet from extra fine paper shell seed. W. FOR SALE. of telephone. Phone 865 or apply 415

Lift us clean :jour fans resau; your I9jan EL; Acosta. 14jan % block, with nice lot of fruit trees, W. Gregory street I6janlw T.: G. YATES M. D. Marine Grocery Co. f1i i

dynamo, 870 Peasacola Electric Co.. 2C5 S. and collect industrial insurance. FOR SALE.-Grocery store and meat % block best part of East Hill- FURNISHED room for rent; no light 604, 606, 603 610 S. Palafox I st. :
market attached business housekeeping. 111 W. Chase St.
iay1cn. Apply Room 3. Old Armory Hall. Saturday ; good1eason very cheao. OPTICIAN Phone 725. tijii'
morning. l8jan3tWANTED.Quick for telling on account of going Best building location overlooking :
First-class registered north owrier does not want to stay WANTED few boarders!! at 212 W. ...
WANTED Bayou Texir., 200x187* ft.$1,500 I' V. J. VIDAL Manager
I THIESEN BUILDING ,
colorad 306 :
reliable New house neigh t.1 t.1THE
druggist and pharmacist wants position south. Address I. M, care Journal. Good 5 ruom house W. Jackson Gregoy. good
West Florida. permanent ormporary. boy, of good appearance for office 14jan. borhood and/on car line. 12janlm
In
boj. App'y! 11 W. Intendencia St., after 6tr(et'..$850 : HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO IM
' Address F. Z., care Journal 4. block in New City, near Stodiart EAT.
3Jan. 7:30. 16jan FOR SALE.-Full blood Barred Plymouth place. .. .. .. .. .$1500! BRIGGS HOUSE-Wright street, just: DIRECTORY Just Received: m'

WANTED.-Men and boys wanted to Rock. White Rock Fisher Number of good,renting.houses that west of Union Depot Nice com- Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch
W AJT.EDHlgh'st
SECOND HAND CLOTHING paid for gent'sdothlng earn $5 to $3 day after completing Streign and Brown Leghorn Fowels will net 10 per cent. fortable rooms. Rates per day 50c; i Pensacola Lodge, Nu. 3, K. of P. 50 kits of fancy Mackerel $1.25 per -h '

Also price sell second hand i course of practical instruction at homeor Eggs per petting of ((15)) 100. For 120. _feet by 80, feet, corner. Romana, rooms per week $2.50 up. 12jan2w meets every Monday evening at 7:30o'clock kit
cslj I in our 'schools Graduates admitted further information address Plymouth and Alc niz. Excellent location for I at their temporary Castle Hall 50 kits Salmon, Jl-23 per kit. "i"il
goods No 9 E. Intendencla.JOB Rock Poultry Farm.Je J. Pope; Prop., HousPl1'now NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suit
to union Positions' secured. Cojne warehouse. renting res- over lou stable, W. Intendencia St. 50 kits halibut fins $1.25 per kit. ;;

of all kinds wanted ,I Bros. Co. Practical Schools Plumbing L. Box 8, Bristol, Fla., 7janlm ularly for $24 per. ...month.',,, ?..$2500 able for light 'housekeeping All Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound, 1 ::'
PRINTING modern conveniences.
-c' Apply 810 E. C. C.
KIRKPATRICK, kit.
and New York. Chicago J. A. $1.25 per l':1S.Bloaters : .
by the Ma>es Printing Co. 24 W.J i Cincinnati Bricklaying and St. L uIJ. Free cata FOR SALE.-Barred Plymouth Rock Will tend a' reasonable amount of Gadsden. 9janlm H. HORSLEH. K. of R. & S Milkers and Roes Herring, illf :! ;
Government Phone 181. Only'the Cockerels from prize winners, $1.00 Codfish Pickled Salmon, Dill Picklea, lN
at I lowest rate of interest -
oast of work. Idee log. up Large well marked good. blood.I money: .mArk t NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Ratnbone Lodge No. German Sauer Krout I'f. ; .'

1 Also some good pullets. Mrs. Lizzie on any of the;ab ye., Newly furnished; clean and, nice 30, K. of P., meets every Pigs Feet in kits. $1.00. -;
WANTED.-Hauling and transfer WANTED.-Laborers on Equipment B. Hughes, Chipley, Fla. Sldeclm* 30 S. Palafox St near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. Thursday evening at 8:00 Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake f. '.
work Office: phone 363; residence, Building at Navy Yard. Good wages Government:street..., Mrs B. M. Trainer. 4 i o'clock in their temporaryCastle National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25c n.': k....
phot 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. and steady* y>'ork vto right,men. FOR SALE -South half block 211 ;: .ftfi'r( :234., \t 7janlm. 1 Hall, over Pou stable per pcund. ,. '

Tarragona! St. 25mar.' ISjanlw fronting 400 feet on 13th street by W. Intendencla street Wp handle the celebrated blends ot i- ,

as stenographer 107% fact' on' Bay iew Park alao PLEASANT place in !board oa N.,Hill, Visiting knights are cordially Coffee: roasted by the Gulf City Coffee 't
man
TED.-Second hand corn oat WANTED-Young work. Give south half of block :212! = fronting 400 2nd door from car line on Strong welcomed. Co. H P. Chipman Manager. .' t' ft
assist in office
and cotton: seed meal sacks. Out of and to state salary expected.* feet on 14L1 St.. by 137% feet on Bay Timber Lands street. 'for particulars address No 8, J. D. KIRK C. C. Oaxaca, 35c lb.; Gold Standard 25c !.1
references and. '
town shipments solicited. Write us. Address P. 0. Box 174, Pensaco'a! View Park. The only property adjoining Journal. 6janlm C.J.LEVY.K.ttfR.&E.: Diamond Blend, 25c lb; Golden I. ig'Ib
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F S Uel'en &: Co. 2Omar. Bay View Park that' is now firsa'e. of Columbus Rio 20c lb.Strictly 3At
--- Fla. lOjan. The beautiful view down I tha 'It "*& SQi".* 013 newspapers. at five cents bundleai Knights fresh roasted and as goal

WANTED.-The Merchants TransferCo. bayou and down the bay can never be : this otti e.. They are all clean Meetings of the as any Coffee sold in this city. li"!:
ants and hauling WANTED-Tnree or four good-sized Knights of Columbus orders and will deliver -
your moving obstructed A. V. Clubbs. SOjlyAUTOMOBILES. and nice.FURNISHED. Send us your we
All) breakage ruaranteed. T. B. Thor.en.rop.Phone carrier boysApply' to C. F. Stewart FofSale : are held at their han promptly.

978. 18unelax Journal omce. I for the ROOMS-Fine location No. 8 West Intenden l
am agent .
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on every -
COOK.-Experienced chef (colored) Any intelligent person may earn a Pope Mfg.: Co. and can sell you autos Alcaniz.Splendid view of baj. 414 Dec.29NICE South. : Monday: evening at I

i Is open for engagement to go south a good Income corresponding for from $500.00 up. They cost less than 7:30 o'clock. An Invitation Safes! Safes! Safes i!
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Jan i Florida preferred; references. newspapers; no canvassing; expert: horses to keep up. They can be run We have them. Several SPIl'Ldld.1. FURNISHED ROOM two block ia extended

Address b> letter, J C. B.. 9 GranTing ence unnecessary Send: for pan.icu in sand or Brooks.anywhere a horse' can go large and small turpentine from Pa afox St.. 211 West Government : to visiting KnIghts. Buy Diebold Safes!

!! pi Boston_IDdeclm lars. Northern Press. Syndicate: Leslie E. Saw Ml'ls! and Saw mill Idc tlon8. I "Thone. 39.: Inquire 8 to 12. JOHN B. JONES.
Lockport. JJ Y. nov6mos.. in large EDM FOX. Grand Knight Scarritt Moreno
Some excellent bargains forenoon 21declm
KINO & 1JUAL, contracting painters FOR SALE-One fine display case: Recorder. ,
acd decorators. Fine varnishing A-JTED.-Men to learn barber trade. 21 feet long. 8 feet high and 3 feet and small traits of round and boxed

and tubbing Sign pa'ntlng! a spe- Our facilities cannot be equaled wide. Suitable for almost any kind timber lands. WANTED.-A few boarders in private Pensacola LOdge No. 4, 1. O. O. F-:: Agent.
to E. Reese Large tracts of Mississippi Delta: family nicely furnished rooms, with
r'1it.ResIdence! phone 249. 29aug. practice careful instructionstools of business. Apply : 1. ; .
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Steady Pensacola Lodge No 4, I. o. O. P., .
positions waiting 5 Jan and Hardwood lands. use of bath and telephone. Convenient .. ---
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W.\XTED.-All diplomas valuable property meets every Thursday evening 7::31:)
of to Hsc of
keepers poultry to Splendid to railroad shops and on car line.
feed wheat It is the cheapest feed money graduates.earned Just from the start season, big to wages begin. FOR \LE-A block situated on and fine location: for a Colony! or Stock Apply! 401 E. Gregory. 3Janlm at the new hall:: on West Garden: Brosnaham.Dotson&Co.
because it makes hens lay. F. S. Farm iii South East Gp.orglLSome street. Visiting brethren cordially
free. Moler Barbet North Hill, between Bajlen and .:
Particulars mailed UNFURNISHED -Large front room Invited. E. GREENBLATT
Mellen & Co. Phone 334WAN'TED of the choicest residence Dollar.Makers, Machinists
_. College, N sw Orleans, La. Spring streets; for particulars and<1 of fronting to south and west. Good J. NEVILLE, Secretary.
places in the beautiful little city andFoundcrs.Steamship .
P. O Box No.
.-All kinds 14jan1w. price address 412. light and centra( location Apply 12
of electrical DoFimiak Springs. Fla.. and in Milton. ----+- and Mill Supplies.
.ork. I sell all kinds of electrical WANTED.-100 laborers, wages $1.50; Fla.' N. Pal fox St, or phone 65. 2janlm REBEKAH SISTERS. Offlen Pbon bill Cojrle street Whftrf
batteries and other electrical supplies. JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment ot Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sisters Residence Phone!933 PenueoU. Blond!:
of Goulding -
reason
factory Our prices and terms are :
day. Apply Oil. Retail RENT Furnished
per Olive by FOR rooms for
imported pint,
When you need me ring 345 or 955. Fertilizer Co. 14Jan _bie.* meets every Monday night at All Work has OuIPersonal 1 Attention.
quantity. Morasao rent with or without board. No
E. W Peake, new Star Laundry build gallon or larger in I. O. O F. HalL Visiting _
Cal on or write to us 8 o'clock = _ _
chandlers Apply 310
West -
Co. ship antf 701 lght\housekeeplng.
!'eg. E Garden. ISdec. & grocers sister* cordially invited to be pros- if if.a.I&
Palafox.: 4ocLFOR Gregory.- 16declm
South .
Miscellaneous ent. MRS S. DeTHA YER. .
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W.\XTED.-A. TnWMVNI MI TIAS"VAJiviosajooag
R. BIngham wants BAY HfTEL.-Opeu night and day. MISS MAMIE FREEMAN Secretary= *" ""G
tour moving and hauling. lie guarantees 'MANUFACTURING CO. SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pig European plan. Rooms light and I vgg'ywnIgai.flOd )
THE DAVIS! N3 S13M 11V DH'AMJS SlOw OMINIQ03V3IH3
all of E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and
breakage.- Phone 630. wholesale and retail manufacturersand sled by Duke Florida 6S923 out TURNER&AYMARDReal clean. Transient trade solicited. It! :) 01 SNV31UO M3N83H3vC3AYa'S83dTl9
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COURT HOUSE DYEING, Pressing dealers in cotton mattresses and of Orphan Lee of Baltimore, 58541 575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. S. ,Nicolau, third Wednesday evening at 7'30 p. MOnOHHJ.7 .
Hall. No 10. West Intea-
with Rafford
All guaranteed registration and m.. OOVOIHO oj. 311IAHSVN 7
and Cleaning Club 118 Second hand furniture Prop.
Palafox
N.
bed springs.
Carl Sett rUnd den l30 street. O Auto IUlul1j6noJlllllalllQnUA|
SI. Mrs and rp- pedegrees. Chipley. Estate and:
T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage bought and sold. Upholstering G. FELL
A. Prea.
PARK HOTEL.-Opposite Plaza. '
114 E. BelmontSt. Fla. 26nov, i'3'2'3. :) pUS'H'jJI'3"NJ'1ViA'
solicited: satisfaction guaran- pairing a specialty. Abstract .
Company, Rooms with.or without board.Shorl J. L. SWEENEY. See...
tilt'Caretu1/! attention given ladies' C. T. pavis, Mgr.
mrrents. city. FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapers orders and regular meals served in W. O. V/
Phone 1222.:! 3declm I 17janlm _ _ for sate. Only 5c a bundle They P. 0. Box I 115, DsFmiak Sprinjj, FbrlJi, I'I cafe. Rooms overlook bay. IGdec Live Oak Camp No. .1, W. O. W. 301M138. H0nOHHlHldON

WANTED.-Everybody to take dinner DRAYMAN'S ASSOCIATION make: good wrapping paper and are meets m Pythian Hall 1st and 3r.: -__
Jit the Southern Hotel. 9dec. If you want good drayman ring just the thing to put under matting Wednesdays in each month. Visiting
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QHirK! DELIVERY- 953, Dra>men's eland, corner Palafox $25 Educational sovereigns cordially invited. ;
kInds solicited -Hauling of all and Zarragossa. We will haul baggage FOR SALE OR RENT-New; modern, P. A. BOGHICH,.C. C. .

* ipe.'ialty, East; moving Hill Transfer of furniture Co. and furniture at the came rate, two-story. Eixroom house East Hill, MUSIC.-After the "Holidays" I will LESLIE E. BROOKS. C! rk. I'V4I ::5

residence! Phone 454 office Phone and also any'other hauling. We will near cars ,A. C. Binklsy. 9janFOR accept .a UmiUl! number of pupilson -W:-O:--W C.. Oak Grove,' No.I, :
"18 ; haul any load that one man can han RWARDi the follouinj instruments: Violin Woodm Circle! meets last Thursdayof _
__ HJanlm'WANTED dIe without any help within one mile SALE-One No 3 .A. Eastman Celo! Clarlan: and all brass Instruments each month at 3:30: p.: m., 2d floor
.-B> experienced male stenographer for the regular price.:' We are reliable -j folding pocket kouak; a bargain Ap : except slide ,trombone. Will Pythian Hall, over Pou'8 stable, on In
a permanent position. Address draymen, and we are responsible. ply to E. L. Reese, 124 S Palafox teach at pupils residances. Music fur tendencia street. Visiting sovereigns

t>2D:t. care Journal. 14janlw* We are !n the business and are hereto street.: 5 Jan nished for all occasions, band or or cordially imited Mrs W. A.. Smith

stay. You can find us. from six to chestra. Please leave orders at the clerk; Mrs 2.!. B. Olsen_,guardian.
six. FOR SALE.-One choice block 'on'topot Clutter Music Hous, or at my permanent .
21declm J. BELL, Mgr. the rUie east of the electric aSdress- Navy Yard. Pensa-
Money to Loan.
... railway, between 7th and 8th etresta cola. Fla. P' F. Ehlers.. Bandmaster
MONEY CUT 'FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose- Nautre has favored this's ctlon'an4 it U. SNavy Pensacola St. Andrews and
TO LOAN.-On real estate or mount Gardens, of Montgomery, has cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.

Ing other to Thos.sufficient Pebley security, cor. Palafox by applj-and I placed an agency in Pensacola. represented Gulf Steamship Co.
by Miss Bertie'Smith. 616 N. FOR SALE OR RE'lT.-T""o lighters FOR RENT
Romana. up ctairs' _17nov-m.' Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for one with capacity tot: 75 thousaid ft.

MONEY TO LEND-On good reale* roses. carnations tad all kinds of other lumber; the other thirty, thousand'ca A newly ,papered six STEAMER TARPOMW.

tate security, or on good collateral, i cut flowers. Phone $51. ='Odpc pacity. Rates reasons ble. Telephoneor FOR RENT.cottage-, t*' blocks' east of L. Gu ;3ARROW Master.
Chan & Co. room
write J. A. Milton,
at lowest rates. Brooks.i '
Leslie E.
\\in MWilliamsor FIRSTCLALPAS3B.SGU{ AND
"isher TAILORING-B. L. Diamond. Tailor. Fl&. &: N. depot on car Apply J. .
building
Zljan1eNEY. Gents* clothing! cleaned; pressed and 3IdeClm.1 I WARRANT for the arrest of this woman phone 907. ISJanlw FREIuHT tfEIWICEB -
.t. wu
LOANED on any and all repaired on short notice. No. 11% FOR SALE-Beautlfai tlock: in New FOR REST._Elegant two story storeroom MOBILE.* APALACHI- llflV1] 111lASUc%

kind* of personal property, payable I West Government. ,'St. Pensacola, Fla. :Citr. Tract No 312. F6r cah UO Wire herlff' at DeFoniak, Springs In new Star Laundry.building. PENSACOLA.COLA CARRABELLC. ST. ANDREWS

weekly or montniy. When you need, Idee Apply to A.- McMillaa.. Court Hou .. Florida $2500.reward for. the child E..'Garden street Apply Walker In MILLVttLE. -_.

IIlney, see me. J. A. WIlson 22% W.: laug Fisher Monroe Douglas This woman graham, 'Star Laundry.; 22dec.A And all point on St. Aidrewa Bay,

(overnment) street, Salisbury bulldtng I SAILMAKR. South NORMANS PILLS.-.Just received Florence Wood, kidnapped him from I iC'BINGHAM has storage room for Carrabctle. and ApaiaJiicola.SCHEDULE NOTICE
716
roai: 7. 2de J. H. PORTER sailmsker, taken for 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For Freeport' Fla. on the night of September Vent' suitable for furniture or other

Palafox street Orders and house sale at The Alligator and West End 6th, 1905. The child is 6 years old, goods' 104 and 106 South Tarragona Lean Fet acol& Sands.' ,. 8:30 p. All of the banks in this city will
dONEy LOANED on all kinds of pt!r- tents, awnings camp stools has AlL
fore.teeth
Saloons. ISnovlm fair skin, light hair upper St. Phone 630 SOnov m for Mpbiie. b closed: to-morrow, Friday January
'Jnal property on short notice. cots. etc.. Prices reasonable. 3ljan. rotted off; very plump, weight Leave Penaacola. Tuesday. 8:30 p. acount of the anniversary of

Terms. easy. J W. Bullard, upstairs FOR 'SALE.-10 room house corner about 50 pounds: very bright child. &. for St Andrewa. UI11U1] Ap* 19 the on birth of Robert E. Lee. which has
:SV" South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. lot. S blocks from Palafox. l.ot..ac Expenses paid both ways delivering Found laculcola; Carrabell0 and Intermediate, been made a legal holiday by the legislature

(norIALIMITED : LOST. .J 192 on ear line For particular* la- chile! to DeFunlak Springs, Fla., 1ft ad cointa.additional Information apply t of Florida.FIRST .-fl. .u
: Quire of Standard Clothing Co.' 29jaa dltlon. to the $23 reward. For NATIOVAL BANK. .
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Owner can have s. IL SAUNDKRS.E. .
amount ot money to loan, containing H. A. DOUGLAS, FOUND.-Brooch. AMERICAN NATIONAL- "K
)" tit Kinds of personal property.I LOST.-Saturday, purse Owner's FOR SALE--Nice, clean old newspapers Father of the chill. same by proving property and pay B. COBB PrwidtaL. CITIZEN'S NATIONAL BANK
special rates to business men 'on,large' money bills and papers.' for return to at five cents a bundle. This offlee. -] DeFuniak Springs, Fla. ing for this notice. 'Apply"'at-HoteEscambia. Gen. Frt. and Pass.Penaacol Fi..' PEOPLE'S K.I .

loans! The New York Loan Co. 204&I&h I name Inside. Reward. 16Jan -.Ijanim. .- 18jan3 -
Palafox. Journal office. :

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. AGE EMJHT. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18.- 1908 .
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: : Say from Missouri anyhow. \Make BILL' '6 MOBILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS. :

your state! of buying the "show me" !

; one, and we will cell you -- 'some men know
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: Your Clothes, Overcoats, Hats, instinct I
Florida Congressman Tells of Effect -QualitY by

Shoes and Furnishings I
it Will Have if Passed those who ,!know good Naval Stores. : ;
as fate. Our clothing
Just as sure Savannali, Ga., Jan. 18.-The
whiskey insist having 1
Is the Ml variety Hats Shoes upon
wools ,::
by Congress. stores market c'osed' today as
( and Furnishings the greatest value "old joe." its enormous i ,",,,. .. .. .... .. .. ,....6 15
for your dollars and each article the Issue of the Fort Pierce has been \1vC..6 10 \
In a leccnt popularity i
r acme of perfection in build, fit and News Congressman Frank Clark has N.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....5 75
I I style. Your money back on any pur- tae following letter regarding his won by quality alonemorethanamjfljonbott1e- i M.... .. .. .. .. .. ......5 ,25K
t < chase that may not prove satisfactory "blind tiger bill:" '. I .. .. .. .. .. .. ..........5 00 ;

I course.-goods returned to toe undamaged, of I "Editor News: The Issue of jour sold annually; must be good (.. .. ..' .." .. .... ........ ..4 50 y
t paper under date of January 5th has : II..3. 87 :

just reached me. I notice you bate full! measure-convenient package G.. .. .. ..:. .... .. ........3 67
: r an editotial under the heading 'Frank F... .. .. .. ..' .. .. .. ....362 : !
Clark's BIll.' in waich you call attention moderate price-sold everywhere E.. .. .. .... .. .. ......3 57 t: : ; :
1 The John White Store to the bill introduced by myself i D.. .... .. :. .. .. -.. .. ....3 52 1 : ,
3 in the house of represntatives, having' "b & b" atlanta C.. .. .. '.. .. .., .. .. .....3 47
r Specialist In Men's Wear, for its purpose the prevention of Internal 1 Spirits Turpentine 65 cents.
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revenue collections-receiving\
( 2O5-2O7 S. Palafox Street., Phone 22!:.
from firms and
taxes ,
special persons
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AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS
corporations to engage'lQ 1 the liquor j.
_______ business in voting districts, towns Florida and Alabama Liverpool Cotton Market.
cities. counties, territories or states in f .

which the engaging Ij-such business I LAND COMPANY Jan Feb..-.Feb M.r.....6-0.<
is prohibited 'by law. I i
:-r-- i: Manufacturers of Mar.-April. .<
"You ask In said editorial certain and Dealers in April-M y .
relating to the effect of the .
i questions lUy-Juno......
1 A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST bill in ce..tain particulars, and request LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN Jllne-J1.."................................... .
SUITED WITH A that I shall answer the same. GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Ju1Y..4I1&113t ............................... : :
SHIPPING NEWS "You ask ,'What effect will sucha -- -- ------------ ----.-. Autfuet September ..".
bill if enacted into law have on' the 8eptemloar-<>Ctober .. .
CERTIFIED CHECK5c who Octooor-Novembe" ................ .... ...
: druggists are compelled to 'carry November-December .................. ...... | :
license" to sell certain patent medicines E. W. LAWRENCEPUTTING [ December.JanuaryLirtrpool ........ ................. |
CIGAR. VESSELS" IK TORT. ? In I
... answer to thlg question gpota. 6.21 I
All the qualities of :uor.aroma Steamship will say that it will not 'in the slight Sales.10,0:0- i
color and gootf material is est injure any reputable; decent drug- I
embodied In It. Anllqua. Br sa Witten 1875, Vera gist who is conducting a legitimate
Cruz to master. business, but It will drive out of business UPBUILDING New York Cotton Market. I ii
A. Greenhut & Co. I |
Auguste. Aust IS. Hreglich, 1777 or pat: in the penitentiary every Open Big low
New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. who is Jau............... 11.51 115i lIlt
DISTRIBUTORS, Eretria Br ss, Mulcany, : 55. alleged druggist secretly run- February: ........ ..... ..... ..... ;
ning blind tiger: defying the will of
Sharpness. a JUroU.............I1.tll 11.82 11.53 11 i
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. Gamma Dutch Teensama. 1333. thj people! and outraging all respect April............. ..... ..... ..... .
t ss. of law. M.y...............1173 11.93 116j:
West Hartlepool' to order. "Again you ask: 'What effect will 'June............. ..... ..... ..... : ? !
Morris Dannheisser Njassa.: Br sa. Baker 1786 Vera such a law have on the 'blind tigers' July...............1170 11.98 1170
Cruz to F. O. Howe & Company. excepting to allow them tp; run without A.gust.................. ..... ..... .
Secunda Br ss, Donnelson, 1309 even paying the government license 8 pt mber.............. ..... .... .
(Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) Tenereiffe to The W. S. Keys?r Co. I ?' In answer to this question I October(................ ..... ..... .
; Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine Tertia. Ger KS, Martinson, 1296, Las will will have Handsome Structure Being Erected Kovunber..'........ .... ..... ..... '
Wines, Beer and Tobacco. Palmes. say it the effect and December................ .... ....
within a very short time of giving to
Christina. Br as. Brake 2804. West Romana Street Kew.Tork Spots 12.25 .
Queen
on
Old .
Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
the people of 'Florida In the dry counties .
" Hamburg to older. New Orleans spots. U I?.
, 12 W. Zarragossa Street. hereafter, a prohibition that will
Venus Br ss, Ddmunds 2017 West
PENSCAOLA._ FLORIDA. prohibit and thus rd! our state of the for His Laundry. i i
,HartlepoolVlvlna foulest blot that disgraced Chicago Grain Market.
-- Span ss, Bustinza, 1&83, Liv- ever any ,
state:, and successfully openly and Wheat.
erpool to Gulf Transit Co.
1 KING & RUNYAN flagrantly violated Its law disregarded E. W Lawrence'proprietor of the Open High Low'
Ships. the popular; will and flung defiancein May_.......88 88t4 M to
New Method Laundry_ is erecting!, a ...... .
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July ;85 83
: Agents for the Avon. Ital ship, Avegno. 1601, Genoa the faces of our good women and 85J. :
handsome new tw4rstory building on
to Ilosasco Bros. I best men. l If the man who engages !
:, Wolverine Marine EngineAlso Casanova, Ital bk, Avegno. 1069. In the business of illicit liquor selling East Romana street,twhich he intends Corn. 1 :
Genoa. was not afraid of the United States to occupy for his laundry-business. Open flieh Low C1

officers he would the "'' May............ to 4
Elvira Port ship, Rodriques. 1488. never pay spc- The building is about' : midway on 1&yt o i
The Racycle Lisbon to 01 12r. ial taxes for such business exacted by the; blo<:k, between Palafox and Bay- Jul1'_........ 11% 45
Ruby, Not ship, Erikson 1333 Lon the general government. It is a well len streets. It -wiH.he 100 feet deep
We carry a Full Line of don Southern States Lumber Co. known fact that the: average manipulator by 60 feet front and the front will b3> Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton I I i ii
OarlW. of the blInd tiger' is not very handsomely! constructed ,of glass and New York, Jan. 18.-The
much afraid of local courts and juries the new' miracle blocks which have
: General Sporting Goods Armenia, bk. Nielson, I market reported spots this'
Npr 1168.
: but he Is awfully afraid of 'being car-! been manufactured especially for this
f'l' Treen to McKenzie Oertlng & Co. rid to Jacksonville Tampa, 'or some. structuio.1 f & 7 points lower on sales of 8,000 i I'
'f 506 S. Palafox St.CHAS.BLUM&CO. II Bauffshire Ital bk, Marchese 888 other place away from home, by the "Mr. Lawrence erpects to have his but later increased them to :
Genoa to master United States marshal to be tried In building completed' within the next showing conclusively that the
f''- I Due Cuiginl. Ital bk, Ohvari. 1258 the Unite.1 States Court before jurors ,The' ri'J
f sixty days foundations havo for the actual stuff In that market !
Genoa to order. who are strangers to him. and in a been 'laid and the walls 'have alraady'b
a on the Increase. Contracts there
LtULL(1T5./( Edna M. Smltu Br bk, Rice 736. '
: I forum where he has no local 'pull If (>(>n startd. The building will be a
Leith to order. reduced from 5 to 7 points. Our
this bill becomes law the ofa
a keener handsome one and a'credit to the City.A .
Dan bk,
Km < Pedersen. 765,
. i UcxPR5PWPAID BahaL na. 'blind tiger' will have to dndere: boti ., .. I. r kets opened practically
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: the state: and federal: authorities and Card. but later as the spot situation was :
I Numberg Nobk.. Birkson, 1107, '
Chnstiansand to A. Zellus. in my opinion vary few men wouM! This is to certify that all druggistsare port' stron' with buyers ready
desire to take such chances."I .
Paolino. Ital bit, Lalraqua, 1286, authorized to refund your moneyif willing to make concessions and
have ;ntroduced this bill I
and shall
Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure
: earnestly: labor for ths enactment into cold. It buying orders from the south -
the
Provldenza, Ital bk. Olrese, 1185. your cough. or stops
( :. Tonio Ital bk. ToninQ. 1032 Genoa. law, believing that it will be the most I cough heals the lungs and prevents rapidly regained yesterdays loss. l

QTS 6 QIS. Genoa to master! effectual legislation to accomplish the serious results from -a cold Cures la market seems to easily absorb all

Pruno, Ital bk, Gibelll. 1212. Artierp will of the people! in 'communities grippe cough and prevents pneumoniaand ferings and on any favorable
. 5A where the vote dry. I believe that
ooo AS0 \ to order. consumption. Contains no opi. tions prices advance much faster
.
.;;7--- 1 Soars da Costa Port bk. Marnato majorities! should rule; that the will ates. The r genuine is In a yellow they" go down, showing that the
604, Rio Janeno to H. Baars & Co. of the people should be obeyed; that package. Refuse substitutes. W. A. ket Is heavily short and any
Venadis Nor bk, Pettersen Maran defiance of the law should not be,totS D'Alembert. druggist and apothecary. decidedly favorable to the
han to order. Crated, and that all laws should be enforced -
; would, likely ,start this interest to I
and that the farce-comedy of
Scliooners. ering with a rush and force :
prohibition as it is presently ,being; STAGE EMPLOYEES rapidly hfgher
Calumet Am sch, Quptol, 1094. Baltimore played should cease. I intend by issued
The ginners report to be
1 : to order. this law. if 'possibly to dissolve! the ELECT: OFFICERS Moncfey is likely to show I
. D. H. Rivers Am sch. Peck, 963, partnership! now existing between the like 10,000,000 bales ginned and I I
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._ I Guantanamo to order. of :
government the United States and think the trade will take this I
William H. Yerkes, Am sch. Wade ., the illicit liquor dealer commonly called as a fair indication of what the :
: 1211, Norfolk. the "uliud tiger,' \\hether he is carrying THOS. HARRIS AGAIN CHOSEN AS will be as very few people !
on his 'business under the' respectable I there is'much, if any cotton left
. outer-covering of' 'druggist,' PRESIDENT OFTHE LOCAL I
:!lot..10.<< _f 5e..us. ba ginned. ;
I 517 AND 519 WZST:: BAY ST., or whether he is a miserable boot- I
The stocks of available cotton
"How should we get married If there ALLIANCE.A .
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. legger around the turpentine camp.r Liverpool are dwindling rapidly
Vere no London season? asked the "
debutante. FRANK CLARK. with the present condition on

I' _ _ _ "Some of would married K: - atendetj side,, there Is no imm diate hope
you get { --- largely meeting of the any substantial replenishment.
you were bricked up in an ogre'a castle International Alliance ,of Theatrical takings of European .spinners so
and had to be rescued," said' the State Employes Local No 60, was recently this season have been

Ameriffln millionaire. -And ten sea held, when officers for the year 1'ght' true they carried over from

Raincoats eons wouldn't marry' the rest.London r r SEEDS I were selected as follows: big crop much more cotton
Boudoir. 1 President-Thos. Harris. usual, but tp offset this trade
Vic -President-A. E. Schmitz. tions all over the world have been :
-- Recording Secretary-Sam B. cellent,anm' the demand for the
4 Hta Vlrut Intimatlo. Flynn. I factured article has increased
"Jiow did y*u find out you eonl* WHICH Financial Secretary and Treasurer mously and the consumption' '
drawr inquired the admirer of the celebrated Claude Touart. ; given out by Mr. Ellison place a !
1 Winters in Pensacola illuatrator. Eergeant.at-Arms-Henry Brown. i of 14,000,000 bales as none too

I i t: furnish splendid weather "By the marks I received in schoo Business Agent-C. F. Lehr. i for the world's requirements.The .
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Trustees-Edward W. Peake Clar.
'high of the staple
for Ducks Doctors and lbr the excellence and fidelity of m; SUCCEEDWhen Grover Blumer. price '
1r work." replied the eminent one. "M. t-nce Langfora', I reduce this somewhat but even at
Delegates to Central Trades CounI cents we believe the world will
I Raincoats work was n caricature of my: beiovt-: I <
: | cil-W. C. Walker Dan Murphy Sr., much more than the present crop
teach' the blackboard and t'a
on Geo. Vucorlch.
I the surplus left over from last
Every\ prudent man marks came from the tI acher'.. oaneCleveland included. 'The spinner ail

will bujy a Raincoat so he PJa.n! Dealer. You Buy, Pleasant and Most Egectlve. the present season has pursued

can geOalong without the Get the Best. I T. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator hand*to mouth policy .and now

Liberty, Texas writs Dec. :5, 1S02: he is. face tp face with his I
Doctor and his bill. CREW NOTICE. It's the in the End.
i Notice is hereby given Cheapest : "With pleasure and unsolicited by I contracts and very nearly if not
: I bear testimony to the curative I a cotton famine to contend with.
that neither the >ou. .
i iCIi'DtJlln
t Cravenette a owners ( only recourse is to enter the
A good I ; thor agents of the i I : power of Bollard's: Horehound Sjrup ![
: Raincoat will turn the Britteh steamship Venus' f I have used itjn my family and can I! marketand, in the past when be I
cheerfully affirm ItIs, the most effective -, money, and prices have gone
ii : cold rains and will prove I will bq Responsible for bills I Landreth'sNew i and best>> remedy for coughs and I ingly; higher. With the spinner
contracted by the crew of said vesseL
I and -;. used." Sold by all; lug contracts, the heavy short ; :
both a luxury a F..O. ED ruXDS. I colds druggists.Mt., l have. ever : est undoubtealy existing the ;
necessity. Master. and merchants of the south
ARTHUR H. BROWN & CO., 1 to selL we ,can only see one side
Agents. Crop Horeb Chapter, No. 6, R. 'A. M. the market we advise the purchase
i: $12.50 and $13.50 of cotton on all set backs the short

, ...... I. I 6. under present conditions is too ,
These are the newest -' e.Speclal.convocatlon. m. like "monkeying with a buzz

out received since Christmas ** TERSELY BUSINESS TOLD LOCALS. .fit. Just Received. I rk l'.. for any ,comfort. I J.

., 'if I ,RIY. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L.
w".H'IH.""" H..., W. E. ANDERSON. Sec. !
writes
Of Waverly. Texas : "Of

UcKlnsle Oertlag t Co., wholeaalsand I morning, when first arising I :
IbID chind'ara and find troublesome collection,
retail grocers. $25 REWARD, ; a
I the only flrat-class house of the kind ; phlegm which produces a cough
0. ANSON Iin Pensacola. Fair ...1ce5 to all W. A. D'fllemberte i very bard to' discharge; but .a
H. I $25.00 reward for information fading quantity of, Ballard's Horehound
:: C. V. THOMPSON has Just opened a Druggist ltd Apothecary,. to arrest of party who stole some rup will at once dislodge it, and

CASH CLOTHIER fresh line of beautiful box papery, I pea '1 trees from inclosure of S.;. E. trouble is over I know' of ,/ ;
I'; suitable for Christmas presents. Also II Telephone 109. Corner of 16th St. and 18th avenue, that Is equal to it. and it is so

and Main. crepe papers. Passepartout picture! known&s the RicharJ Avery. place.A. ant'totake.. J can most cordially
Palafox 121 South Pilafoi! t.
Corner lJtr
,'f binding, purse, Christmas cards-,:-etc.1 I I A. FISHER. ommen4 it. to all persons net
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