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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 26, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL.: IX. NO. 22. ': PENSACOLA., FLORIDA_ ,, FRIDAY MORNING_ ,:,JANUARY, '26.. 1906., : PRICE 5 CENTSIgWFUL .

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DETAILS, OF'* HOT SHOT FOR BEER1L Jor STATEHOOD DOUBLE TRAGEDY ,'t"'S" 1


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NCIA WRECK TOWMTOPICSPublication : ) r BILL PASSED '. AT ALJ, W 0


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!ravB Battle for Life in Raging TRIED TOBRI8EG and Justice Dene Administration" Measure Was'Pas MAY SETTLE THE' Grady o Miller{and Negro Both.DE t1u 0 +.


Breakers of a Rock Bound Raked Fore, and Aft by Attorney } : sed 33 Insurgents" Voting as Result of f Shooting t


CoastPITIABLE for H pgood, Against It I Affray. .. l

G OVEHNMENTIN -. .. .. MOROCCANTROUBLE

OFFICE A STOREHOUSE
OF SCAN.
C'onfederateLeader Died MEASURE PROVIDES FOR JOINT
SCENES Famous
CAUSE A MYSTERY
DALOUS STORIES THAT WOULD
STATEHOOD OF NEW MEXICO

I N PCTOH[ MAKE THE EVIL HIMSELF! at Home! of His Sister, at, ,AND ARIZONA AND OKLAHOMAAND .


B hoy Were Washed Overboard and LAUGH WITH PLEASURELASTSTAGE 5:35: p. m. Yester- INDIAN TERRITORY-FOREIGN Both Died Without Making Any


DroWned in Plain Sight. ; .. OF TRIAL, REACHED day. AFFAIRS' IN SENATE. Statement, i


Interesting 'Evidence Adduced i in French and German Delegates i


EIGHTEEN SURVIVORS PICKEDUP Green e-'GaYnor Trial at Savannah By Associated Press. VETERAN. OF TWO WARS SUCCUMBED By Associated Press Had Lengthy( Private Conference EACH HAD RECEIVED TWIJ;
New York Jan., 23.-The last stags "ash.nst; :) ..Jan25.-The house f
OF PNEUMONIA
FROM LIFE RAFT BY GAL. TO ATTACK ,.J
Yesterday. of the trial of Norman Hapgood. editor : passed the :statehood mil according to Yesterday.By WOUNDS, THOSE OF YOU :,, t
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LANT CREW OF STEAMER TOPEKA of ,Col:ter's Weekly, chargd vita AFTER ILLNESS.OF* SIX;i scneduli today. Republican opposi MILLER CAUSING INSTAN

criminal, libel in,the publication of a :
WHEN HOPE WAS NEARLY DAYS-END CAME PEACEFULLY tion to the measure silent its entire Associated Press. I
I' paragraph commenting" upon CitY'fagi.urat' -*** DEATH-NEGRO FOUND UNDE..\ i
By Associated Press PROBABLY< force yesterday and no effort was Algecena: Jan. 25.-Herr Yon Babo-

GONE-TERRIBLE TALE OF SUF. Savanna!!, Jan 2o.*-.The most interesting ) Deuel's connection with, -INTERMENT. AT made to.defeat the, bill on.its final passage witz, head of the G ytnan 'mission,and HOTEL IN DYING CONDITION-# ;
evidence In Town TOI.ics.'as r acb?d today when ARLINGTON.'i J I f
AN DEATH.By adduced the Greene : )[. Revoil. chef of the French delegation -
FERING ana': Gajnor trial,to-day vaa ,in refer-} tbv taking of testimony ended, an'l but 23 "Insurgents" voted against : to the Moroccan conference, today MILLER OF A PROMINENT FAN'fJLY. !

enco to the chaise 'made by W. It. ,. i the measure. had .
Edward a long private meeting,which
:{ Shepard, counsel, for tha ; 1 1I ;
Curtis, who had been inspector of ihe .'I The :bill was passed by a vote of 191 I was muca commented upon as a moot i. ,
Press. :
Associated Press. cork being done by Greene and Gar accused! editor made the opening ar By Associated I toward' adjustment! of the :Fri> j
.: 2S.-General Joseph to'150, and the debate> which preceded : neh-Ger-I
New York ( an.
Victoria, B. C.. Jan. :23.! -The latest nor made an' attempt to' bribe him. gument for the deQ)>!n8?. At the c:>n':i Wheeler :the famous tonteat+rate ,cav. the vote was practically featureless man differences. Although the re I J

r rtpans-: from the scene of the wreck This was in 'une 1899.; elusion of Mr. Shepyd's. address to airy leader and brfgadier general l of: sults wore! not disclosed, the maetiniproduced Special to The Journal. ,
The government continued' the introduction so far as anyhope was entertained I distinct feeling of Florala, Ala.. :Jan. 25.-Last night 1 n.,.
th in which he declared that the'United States tn' the war a optimism
tit t'ne' steamer Valencia lead to the be- :! jury, army I
of documentary evidence 1 of changing the measure in I among the delegates. Heretofore six: o'clock persons in the vicinity ot ;; e
i{ home of his sister .Mrs. Sterling the slightest degree.The representatives
the .
t; hip have been saved. The known personal letters between. Captain Carter Collier's was true, and in which he at Smith I maintained only ceremonial the report of several- pistol shots. That' 11
in Brooklyn.The that Oklahoma
bill passed provides
as I
and Greene and referred lar"E'ly'toa first one arriving on the diaco\-. { J
sired are twenty persons who werepoked commented sev:rely'upon this charac veteran of two. wars was 63 relations but the other plenipotentiariej. -,. scene
money making scheme which:Carter r and Indian Territory-shall; constitute clod Grady Miller the sixteen year oldi< 'f
up from a lit raft by the steams ter of Town Topics as a publication.He years old, but in,spltofhis! age,there chiefly Vianosta. head of the of
had under advisement ana' showed he of his recovery I the. stat of "Oklahoma" and, Italian delegation, ,and Ambassador son Dr R. L. Miller a physician of J '
' Topeka yesterday and fifteen surUM was interesting himself some, times said taat while technically Mr.- was hope until yesterday < this place, yang
from the attack t>f pneumonia.i: that Arizona and New Mexico the I White, of the United States, carefully
>r who put off from the wreck into with Greene and .Gnjuor: In coal, timber Hapgood was beingtri'd, the popie The general was taken' 111 six: days. state )f "Arizona. arranged to bring about this conference of blood. A negro man who was n' rat oJ
railroads inventions and the time Elated that he had '
boats and succeeded in reaching I paving who attended the trial believed that ago at his sister's home and duringhis 'the also provides for ratification between France and Germany., seen t
i,others schemes. measure some person run arounrf the corner ol
Island.it him- his immediate relatives! I The delegates will informally S'
Vancouver Town Topics and Justice Duel sickness consider
I I end .l b r the people of the respeo- the hotel but on account of the darkness
all with him. The came the advisability of intrusting a
were
is reported to-night that nine surmois : fplC were alK on trial. He rferred tive territories.SENATE was unable to say whether he ,
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; are at 'Darlington river telesiph life raft at 1 o'clock 'l'S' peacefully i small 'neutral power with the organ 0
picked up a ) was a white man or a back: man. t',
to, Justice Deuel as s a "corrupt Judge. It has not yet been' decided where' sation r the Moroccan police. Switzerland !
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hut, and, that they arc !iu a ttrday six miles of Cape Beale with DISCUSSES A Urge number of citizens attract :
'''Th? is in the Town Topics o- the body will be buried, ,but 'probablj :; has been favored "on the .
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!urnble condition so overcome by exinsure eighteen survivors of the Valencia on I ed by the reports of the pistol ha.Iccngrefated .l
;; and exhaustion that they arc board. i flee,*' aid Mr., Shfpard. what is called in Arlington cemetery near' Washing. FOREIGN AFFAIRS ground that .she is. distinctly 'neutral '' and an Immediate search _
unable much !less make their The condition of survivors ton. -.. --- between: France and German )
' to stand, the was an indx or his ,!story of treachery, r was commenced for the negro porur
nay along; the trail to tbe nearest pitiable They were half fro/.eu and V ,Washington, Jan. 25.-The foreign 0: the hotel who, could not be found.
beastliness" and
place;! of shelter I practically unconscious from the ex lust, disnonebty, gruesome POOR WEATHtR affairs of the United States today continued STEPHEN DECATUR' Lights were procured; and as the hotel f

The Valencia has gone to pieces. I posure. The raft wa.' sighted about I scandal: gained in the home and to- hold the' attention of the iu the rear sits on pillars about six 'i

..1: o'clock but ,owing to the thick elsewhere by agents' of the paper. for feet high, it was surmised that JIB ,

DETAILED STORY OF I weather it was supposed to be nothing I use 'at a moment's notice. Think of FOR AUTO RACINGONLY senate.. foroccan'and Dominican matters FINED FOR, HAZING might be in hiding underneath. A i

I THE VALENCIA WRECK but a lo,. At last. DK the'aid of a 'the names of young, girls and the being the questions- immeJiately crowd went underneath and there die '

I powerful glass, Its true nature was' de- scandal there preserved. "Why 'thedvil at issue. coveiejy the,negro unconscious and apparently 1

Victoria! B. C. January: 25.;;-In an I I termined.A Himself might; laugh with pleasure ONLY' TWO RACES PULLED. OFF: Mr. Money was the principal speak dying. Restoratives were ad-
: GRANDSON OF niiniltered
FAMOUS
I terrible ,sea was, running. One COMMODORE by a physician and the .ne- .
Interview at Ramneld! Creek last as lie goes through thistreasure '- -' ,. tr and he talked for over,tiro hours_in 1 0 I 1
minute the raft was poised j ontop ota ;ro ,regained consciousness Jong ;
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! wave and the next..it-would be. Jost l "ofthe'testimbnytoday opposition course enough, to say that he had shot Grady:
first of the Valencia taturc
detailed story from view in the gully* formed"by the A'Striking YESTERDAY.Y. with reference to both Santo' and that Grady bad bot.Im.. Bcfurnhe t s;
NAVAL
wreck lie said tbe steamer had been mountainous breakers. I was given by Mr. Hapgood: hirn-' .. ACADEMY could or would,make any addition 1

some: D y dead reckoning, and overranher The eighteen men' together on their,, s?U when he declared! that what & -s- Domingo and Morocco.' He contend- statement u.to ,the cause-of the difficulty ;i ?+'

distance. Souaalnfs had been frail support. battled bravely with a I had written about Town Tonics was By Associated Press ed th r,3as danger of. becoming Involved he died. There were two woundson )tJ

made three and four times an hour. pair of oars to reach the City of Topeka based upon information: furnished him Ormon:: .J.Da'tonsJan. 25.-In cheer- u 4 necessarily in the affairs By Associated Press. : his person on<* in the; ,right breast l\1''

The steamer struck at 11:tt: p. in.kmdar "which owing to the:dangerotr I I by District Attorney Jerome, Mrl: ',l Its. weather, with a high tide that other 'countries,ty participating in the Wellington, 'Jan. .-Stephen Decatur ana'the other in Ihe back,of the head. I 1

} night, about amidships, the coast could not run any closer to Jerome here caused soma merriment left little, room on the beach for 'cars, Algeciras'conferen'e 'and that this' a great grandson of Commodore: Young Miller had also .,received two }t
first officer! quartermaster and a seaman ': 1 I them. Within half a mile from the I by his statement that it seemed, 'after and a heavy north wind iilowin's.- two Decatur was !! engaged; In sounding, having: ten' raft a boat was lowered from, the all, that h? was the writer of the arts! races o&ly were run to-day. Few per. country was not' 'sufficiently concerned United, States naval academy by Secretary wound In the thigh and the otherpenetrating I'

minutes before pot thirty fathoms. I I Topeka in charge of. Second Mate.I cle involved In ..the'trial.. "That is ,tons were out.: with :,he conductvof affairs, in Santo Bonaparte in conformity with I ; his heart producing instant I

Shortly after the steamer struck shevas Burke, who, with much difficulty, succeeded .II true in measjur?," assorted Mr. Hap The fifteen mile prize handicap for Domingo to justify our course in that the sentence of ,the recent courtmar- 'death. t

!going half speed Captain John In making fast a line to the good. American touring cars was won by a island. He also! .took. the position that tial The strange part of the matter Is,
.on miniedidlelv shouted "Hard astar-!I Robert Collier: ; of Collier's We? steamer in 13:11 2-5, corrected time. I II what could have ceased' the fatal aft
card!" to the ouartermaster, and raft.The I,' that Mr. Hapgood kIY.1 mile Corinthian championship the president transcended his author.ity I Miller only sixteen
I spectators on the Topeka testified today ._ The ten I fray as young was . :
avp orders to sound the bilges, which I Ratchetf the struggling': of the gallant: I.written the articl? concerning 'for .ant tuer drivers was won by there. Jiff H pburn spoke in support FOURTEEN LIVESLOSTIN years of a'ge! and small for his years. I
tas done She dia not appear to be, seamen breathlessly. One'mlnute they,|Deuel'and Town Topics under Jnstrtu-I,S. B. ,Stevens in a foreign gasoline of the, annexation of Santo Do- He was one of the most popular young
::akin; much water. The captain then:' Time 928. I mingo. lads in the community and home tt
were high In the air and the next lost, lions from him. car, ; .. MINE was
:fed to the engineer and asked if 1 to sUht. At last they succeeded i.i'I from Wotford College In North Carolina >1

tf stE'amcrfas making much water. bringing the raft to the side of the for the holidays, 't
!Wore the officers could reply fire- steamer.; The sight of the poor The :Millers are among the original t

':-lea began clamboring up from the creatures on the raft brought teat to By Associated Press. settlers of this community and this S

2r" room telling the engineers on the the of the sailors on the vessel. Poteau, indian Territory Jan. 25.- sad death, which will be surrounded "I

companionway she was filling.! the eyes stern 'of }the ,;/aft sat an old Fourteen lives were lost by an explosion with a"ell of mystery, Is the first I ,
1'aptam Johnson rang for full speed In '' white hair and palid yesterafcy at the' Wattvllle mine, that has occurred In the family dur r '

:"tern, and made for the beach. The man. His snow,creased and torn !by ; caused by fire dam Three bodies ing a period of, thirty-one years although i

;"speller had made only a few revolu- features were but the instinct of ,., has been recovered, but it is impossible the doctor .is one ef a family : '

tens wen the, steamer had listed to the flying strong spray,in him and he held ( ) to enter the mine, on account ofgas of six brothers. 'f L
1101'1. life was 'to attempt the ,recovery of the
Captain ;Johnson was on the Three others ..
his place. ;
bravely to
'rd:: ;f alien- the vessel struck, with on were lying In'a senseless ,heap in the tr other bodies. i
ie KILLED !
second officer He ran down and wasbed ,by every, swell nd.retained MAN
rtar
Late orders to.have two of the t
seven bodies pf the ot.aerI
:W lowerea to the saloon rail. Ins I L men who solelfby were closely the packed. ; : ROCKEFELLERMAY CYPRESS MILLS .
math the crowded the sees
passengers to Time and time again: great
!'B. and overcrowded the boats. Dur-I swept over them, senaln'g shudder TESTIFYBy
tn- 'the excitement they cut whatever to
the onlookers who: feared .
!dottte iue- they could lay: hands on. Th-: I see through them swept away.. ,4' I f. 6 fl s1L t HENRY LIGON STRUCK BY PIECE' !:: t
broke about the same time theM resuctnjr them was dan- Associated Press.
The work of dur'A I' 1.
I DIED INSTANTLY
> Were cut, and both i boats were I,' The men were too exhaustedto Cleveland, Jan. 25.-Frank Rocke- OF TIMBER! -.
I gerous. :Sf j
"wihed at the sides of the vessel, themselves.
: even tie a rope about fe1br! gave out a statement today in
>,Piiing the passengers and crew in 1 When the 'raft was sighted, a cr>: which ae had told the deputy sheriff,,
sent The lifeboat threw line out !. went up from the steamer's deck urders who, served him with a subpoena to Special i 1 to The Journal 1 j

1:1\1: i in means of Jacob's ladder, suc-I' ,were shouted and men'on the raft ) i ir appear as a witness In connection with Cypress, Jan. 25.-Mr. H. C. LIgon 'il. ;

'4!"dt; In getting about six passengers'' screamed and calitiI) fruitlessly for / the action of the stat of Missouri was struck by a piece of timber while! : ;

The.rown out of the boats aboard a11in.1: aid.; For a minute it looked. as thoughthe against ;,'ae Standard Oil Company that working in the saw mill of ths: Thompson '

boats which were lost were old man with gray hair'AVas gone he would lefus to testify Bra, at this place yesterday and '1 '
at l1b omen and children [ when the raft gavea sudden lurch, kill-ed almost instantly, :Mr. LJgon ('
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One very sad incident was but the prompt ,work o" :Mate Burke was an experienced man In the manufacture '{ :

',o A lady and gentleman witnesg.1 II and the men" In his boat, finally tiot MOB IS AFTER { of !lumber and will be badly I !
1
"IT t sir: tried! to get Into the |i him on beck;: This man no sooner L'RA missed :by Thompson Bros. He leaves a,l:
succeeded, and the another fainting form children. 1 .
safe when a wife and three :
was
," Pass the child, but a wave struck[ swept away and "was 'only rescued NEGRO FIEND ',f

) and tore the chila' from her arms. by vas quick work on',the part,of,the' boat; '!' 4N :fj j ;

/* child was lost before her eyes crew. v BILLS PASSED .lj
1It tile" raft was also lowered, but to bfc swept from tot!
The next: man GREAT EXCITEMENT IN CHATTANOOGA -
: -as dashed to pieces. After this fo a line and ,
cling
managed
raft J
grasp BY THE SENATE
?1 boats I j
succeeded in
: getting away i to it until ,he was boisted'half AND TROUBLE IS V r,
71nt the ship full of This strength gave
passengers. the ship's side, when > "j
If one raft and a lifeboat he fell back. ;We was picked FEARED. '
!be out and Associated Press. : :
captain, after consulting with \ By
the cr w.
e officers, ordered Boatswain McCar- up by ,out from the wreck .' Washington, Jan. 25.-The senate to .
raft put
'} to'take charge, and caller: fornl2teers The morning on sighting the % ) : i. ,- .:< i Chattanooga. Jan. 25.-A mob has day parsed bills authorizing Ch<> con :11 t
yesterday : ; ,
: and the five sailors who C steamer Queen and. attempted w) );q/j (' : : I' : broken in the jail in an attempt to g-t struction of public buildings at .\a'iderson l

'I'bt,1' shore in safety responded reach her but be.orethey could 1 ge ./. .r'dl ; ;'" possession of the negro accused of as-, o. C. and Fa)etteville. N, C. r;
1.t ,
captain instructed them to put within sighting distance the Tfwei .' saulting o young girL The mob la|- at a cost of seventy-five thousand and ; ..'
:ng (the bearh and find a place toe put about and headed to the strait. Xh' If ,r : : I ,|searching for the n?gro through the 1 granting lands to the Missionary Baptist '

:,! ashore. Then landed at \:lOp, When the Topeka hoje In sight' the 't./i: > -' 7 -I: r is great; eicJtement; : at church ,of Rock Link Fla, for
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Tuesday and made Cape Beaiethouse raft was once more>manned anr.' agaiJJ j : This, hour and trouble Is feard. mstfry t purposes. qa I
at :3: p. m. Before making forth. The survivors, told terrible : '
.:ape Beale. they tried back to' put the Valencia -- MAN BADLY
to get tales of the wreck of 11 \ COLORED EPWORTH LEAGURE 4f.
.'vessel, by the beach, but could When they left the ship!; there was l(. : ... \ INJURED BY CARS

-* do so. Dunne the excttemnt Capa atout ninety people,on board, most cl .' ;: ,: ELECTS NEW OFFICERS ._

': Johnson was very cool and calm, ttem clinging to the riufng.: '''';;'' ::.... "" Arthur ROSH, a colored man, work
.1 ali the crew were at their'stationsltoatswain 1 Men 'women and children 'were beIng # '. lag with the bridge gang on the I.-. A::I The Epworth League of Palafox'M.E. $'
,
hold .-\*'soon *t I painfully! injured whlU!! church held an interesting business jitt'
,
McCarthy aid: not swept by: a quick lea. ; I. N. R. R. was
n:t mUch hope for the remaining' the men got aboard Dr Bo, -" Wnf-, (J ..... coupling cars yesterday afternoon Ir meeting after prayer meeting Wednesday
< t' '
la ts nterd J and officers were elected for
: although the other nine survi-- assisted by two nurses'and two K.' ; $ the shop >ards. night
frs are of the opinion that the entire. bers of the crew, hastily: dmtnlstereoJstimulants I .. 't In an attempt to push the draw r I the current year. --i!'f
"eW with their exception Is lost. and put them to bed. heap: latch back, in making the I A sermon presenting the work o! ; ]'
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After picking up the raft the steamer ..,r coupling his foot slipped between th!I the League will be preached by the J" !
|Pl'UBLE' rafl Rev. B. C. Glenn; on Sunday
CONDITION_ went in search 'of another two drawbeads and was terriblj pastor t
let! which the public in general .
had to
evening
OF RESCUED MEN I Which the ship the earlier rescued in ''men the day.WW Te yes' THE KAISER' : HOPE YOU NOTICE THAT: I'M A MUCH IIANDSOYER'1f' S THAN THE FROG- crushed.The injured' man was attended b}, 'as well as the regular congregationare

t miles the oth M EATER. 4 : .. '- Frank G. Renshaw the company, r cordially Invited,
set fully twenty: ; : Dr.
t".tltl4' Wash special'tprtsentatire ran : ,-
A of
Jan. 25.- sign f -. ) elected .officers the
but 110 Thenewy
of the Post Intetligencer t tIde! looking fox;: the raft lit,Is' the getter. New: Item-France is not pleated with :Germany's attitude in'the Morocco situation and serious. physician, wbo iated" that fan arnputation League will be installed at Uto UOM, it
of it was4to be 1ef>1 teas probable. .
I 7 from PorT.VnseleiTaJ 6:30"a. m. was'!lost oua'trouble may break out at Gay time.
l tie rescue ship City of. Topeka all ImpressJon that. tHe: laft. ... ,



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V V Th Mobile Item of yesterday contains -I i ij ,i ANNUAL. SALE TEl MILLION BOXES to The Journal ripened in heavily charred oak

.V tV BInking tie of following the schoonsr account,Hobson of:, the; Is the only place of its'j A ,special Safety sssioa'was:held of the yesterdaY Board af olPublic >i V Washington. Jan. 23.-Music lovers barrels-jrnttled by the distiller

VInd in Pensacola In fact t .will' b, interested in knowing thit.'
; With all hands on board and in full I' ternoon. The meeting was a short 1 _
V V view of others on a companion \es-| itis lasting only about twenty min' For Expert Watch Repairing and Nicholas Long wort a, th-:> prospective J is smooth and
one, mellow.Don't
V 1 I son-in law of President Roo evelt, isj pure .
fVV eel who were unable to render assIst.'anC" V > I ,
I A Pride I utes. Engraving, go to an accomplished mus'dan and comes
V the big schooner Hobson, owned tofPensacola. Tb; session: : uas held.for the purpose ,
by Wintzell & Rabby. 'of Bayou la I from a family which has don much V
of hearing: petition from the J.F.lAyfe| the "Jeweler ( for music.. The: President and Mrs. V spoil treat by failing
V' Batre. turned ..tunl yesterday morning I V Pure OH Company to establish. an o.l: I : I I'I" i I your
,, Roosevelt both unusually fond Pi
&V in Horn Island Pass and sank in are : -
tt sixty feet of water carrying to the ; house on 'larragona street between 213 South Pahfrx Stre t. :, mus'r: Mrs., Roosevelt, possessing cons.'derable "Old Quaker." V
Church 2.i1 Government stre!ts. Thi to get
bottom \\ilh her Captain Robert :II; Larger cities canno ,: bi'iy! as a mujiclaa Musical .!
Wint-j : ...
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I board aftei hearing the aj>pl:cation 1 Latest Designs in Watches : : -- ,
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: boast II the White Hone have ben a ."
zel and bis crew of two men. Thsirj i of a better equ'ppel' ;1 granted the request. v> i at .
fate( was due to the pranks of the elt.-,I.I, place. The service Is the The.location is in what 'Is known as i and Jewelry. .most i popular feature of the Roosevelt t V Phone I6.'Lewis.Beav &'Co., V
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roents and old skippers, living a: the: best that can b! had. th? Hannah warehouse but is only V administration. Postmaster General 404-408 Palafas M.,and 2-10 Main St.; ,
Bayou attributed i iII I C rteyou. himself a musician and Pensacola..Fla. 1
it to a fatality that i temporary. it is I understood as the I. j j r

followed he schooner since her COIl I Nick Apostle Propt'rk company Is now endeavoring to secure FUNG C. L. McVOY I I usually well informed on muj'cal: matters __
V V structlou. It was tha. second time the! a laoie ,suitable t place and con II Pb4n. a.;. Tk.advantage ot Me us being V while Secretary to: the President, ..... -V :;!: __ '"Y
schooner went down but on the previOUs -I k MBMMMMiS B B B*|I( struct IL t3 own warehouse and plac? (-Heap. Wdttern me.tA a ..iieci<y. 'I" had charge of arranging these musical V V 5< V V --
t occasion no lives were lost. She ;O-TO-U E-U-P-E;; I loll tank5.I 1"el1Yot io anT part of the cay.Oottxoll. ;programs and even jet gives his ad. V .. ... : ,, J
; "was purc las d by her unfortunate;, S TO 2 TO JAPAN1 I vise ,to Secretary Loch on occasions:
captain who mt his fate with that of'I Under uprijr. man.ge-mltot' exceptional :of this character. Th; Roos3vslts De Ruyter ( Holland .) Gin
L the vessel. I tdrantagc*, Fall Touri Around thr World I Impure blood runs you down- I,have three pianos in the White House. V
Annual Oriental Cruise in February. fro makes you an easy victim for organic V V
V The r.er. of the loss of the schooner' Vua-N.l<'r...,. FINE the one in the East Roam: being a mag ,
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V diseases. Burdock Blood Bitters PHOTOGRAPHS. .. .. ..,. ..
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c and her crew was brought to Bayou I IV FRANK ClARK,96 Bway, New York ciifies) the Wood the pur- Pensacola.' -\.1 1 niflcent Intrument presented to the! ),(- :;-- : .- ;;.' -:- -> V.-

la Batre est. rday afternoon by Captain builds -cures cause V Fla.: White House bya. prominent' piano)t ,. V V" \ .!( .
V --- -- --' you up.iresh V and it ; ;t ,,4 ,
James Bearing of the schooner'! < company costing is claimed No S1B3.
! Amethyst who was within hailing dU-l something: ; lke: $10,000. The other:V .
tanee of th, Ill-fated Hobson. but was two pianos are in the private) apart- C.W: 0.U8.: Prdl'enl't JOHN PFE1FFEB: Assistant Cashier
: powerless to render aid owing to the ill GOULDING I Eggs To-day I O'f'UU\lr J m' ts. ailss1 \lJc Roosevelt per- M.:E,(UR&' Vice f rtsrfeirt"- and Cashier! J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cishiv

sever? wind which he was endeavorIng -! I I Fresh Florida. Egg at $<>'.20.:: per: I forms on th, 'piano with conrderafohsab.iit V $
t
to weather and which had just'I' .I lease; frsh Tennessee at $690 p rl >' and possesses a pleasing voice. THE AM RiGAN NATIONAL BANK

caused t':c other schooner to turn turtle case.V She mikej.no pretens at. b :ng a fin-. ,

t: V and so down. The news of th, loss I ;: Special to The Journal. Another shipment of those: famous Spsc'al' l to The Journal. 'r ; 13hsd nnucian having never seriousl:, I FL/I.
of the chooncr and her crew fell It t',' Gouldm. Jan. 25.-Mr. E. T. Stokes Fisnels White,PlYmouth Rock Cock. : i iBealah j* cultivat 'her, talents. OF Plf'iSACOtA
Jan !;).-The
f upon toe quiet dwellers of Bayou laj L 'I has moved his family out to GouldingMr .t eres! for breeders day'cTotftl- and cold with weather the to- Mr. Lon.worth. wh2a a young man DESIGNATED' DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
Batre like a thunder bolt, for among; 'V E. T. Stokes spent ChrMmas! ED. Mj 'POOLEY, at 28 at :9) mercury: I studied tile violin for jears and :Js ;
f thoss engaged in the oyster trade in 1t I!and New Year with her mother Irs.I Wholesale Commission Daler.I' terdaj at about o'clock the a. in.. and 32 j e>, said to 'o-> able to play the lyrutzerj I CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000. SURPLUS, $ OOOO.

r the little port below Mobile none was 1''!:L. F. Hartzo; of Mobile Ala Phone 1121. 917 E. Jackson St. hug the fire same time makes'one !' Sonata *;o. as to please the most captious -!i .
better known I Miss Nettle Hartrov of Mobile, and wonder how In critics.! lie of 'thc> DIRECTORS.;
0 or more favorably: rj)t I'24jan2t the deuce thE'can stand 28 and was a pupil
3! degrees
i V r! thought of: than Captain Wmtzell and I Ala. is ,visiting her sister Mrs. E. T. below zero in the land of the-t famous artist Ysay ana po essea I: Henry I-. Co\ n9ton.,". Frank&. Rem>., F. C. Brawnrr,

l his crew. [!Stokes. t Goulding. NOTICE. Dakotas. But" 'they do stand it and V several co-nposiilon with his Individual ., J.V M. PfHffer, W. S.-Rosasco, C. W. Lamar,
.4 i i V According to the story told by Cap-1{I Mr.I :E. T. Stokes has changed jobs Ptnsacola don't hump np around the fire as we V markings.. Mr. Longworlh': Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourin J. R.Saunders,
'f&\;& tain Behring: and others of the i with Mr. Brown. The Tourists' Club wilj} do here, as I know from actual -V aunt bis father's sIster. now Mrs. Bellamv t.. M. Avery- W. Milton 0. E. Maura.
thjst..and brought to Mobile by Ame-I Miss Nettle Hartzo>. is going to, meet Friday afternoon at S o'c'ock in ,, experience : Btor r. wai identified 4w'*'h the W. I.. Cawthon Dr. W. J..Hannah. ,McKenzir Oerting\,
, I Mollno next Sunday to visit her other! the Chamber: ot Commerc-'rooms. Salisbury .i l, i establishment the C. E. Clark.
sops arriving from Bayou la Matre today 4 The of Collega; of Music; A'ex McGovtln, M Covlnrjlon, M.
! 1l sister Mrs. R B. Morgan. She will nu'lding.: Members and all new minister Rev. Nicholson} : Cincinnati and "F '. .
I' the ,Hobson was bound in with a j 1! ,with the great ope-ar FI
. ,IV.: heavy cargo of oysters. coming from I be down here. until about the fin>t' of touriss are requested. to be present. jfe&ve! a very interesting and <11! tplC-il festivals: Jhat city through her firs,': Account* of Banks, Individ ual 9, Corporations Firms Solicited.
:\farch. V. ) J WlS. ..j tve discourse! afc _the,_ M. E. churchjLere the V
husband
the oyster reefs in BilosJ! Bay. Closein :V V -- ;lS- : I late George Ward'Nichog -
last Four nt Interest.Paid Time D .
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on
Snnfliy c posits.r
;: '.UtJe Camern 3lorenu"Stukisbeen hasl] Wedthufrfr''ieePresident.' morning' Those pres-J pie
!
\ of that
: thsvake of the Hobson was the) city. It is said that Mr.
sick but is able to be out ini I ient were very much pleased with the, V
:" : very ,
: Both I Nichols '
Amethyst. about (
vessels $100,000
were labor1Ing save )( a j
I tbe bright sunshine again with his;, V sermon aneaij
: 'J" with the storm that I '! I for the Cincinnati festivals and !
severe broke{ 'present for it was .
little brother sister. I although I am a great bciliever V
V over th, Itiiif and Mississippi sound I IV 'i', ar fl j ; through ji!' interests and that: of Mr.Lonjworh's .!
jn trn4uair I > j
Miss Nettle Hartzoy has made aboutthree :! GULL POINT .: I hardljf'apprdte
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: during the early hours! jesterday V the sister that Mr.Lout-
\ mCthOd.JfVVVot
"'orning. had flying trips to Pensacola, biiice:, :.' the worth 'became'" I M 1
until Horn They Island eathrcd the blow she has been ,here.' V ; V'V 'church. It is a little' too strenuous. I interested I in mnsfc., I r auiMOTDFTHE. :

V f'- Hobson was reached. The I Dr Dewberry was ou' at Gouldiug; j QuartprlystoQfcretice: \will be held in r MONEYYOUVMAE.J.VPQSIT5O
t \VlUt forging aht"ad."h?n aa L V Monday to s<>e Mrs. Stokes's baby. i iMn 'SpecfitJournat. the M, E. 4 Aurjc hhero..:. Feb. 3 an 4. "Doan's Ontment; cur>sd me of ecz ,
. both unusually ves! : strong b. On gust of wind struck: >. Will )laj' made a fiiing trip I Gull Point. Jan. 23.;; -ThTa pen5a.-ola t tOn S"iindaj' Feb. 4: dinner will bertedpn 1, ma that, nad: annoyd' : me a long,tim*. .
(
board the Hobson I ; to, Ptusaoa Monday, the grounds b the ladies Th< tire was 'Ic'rmant'nt-H
and :4urpentineCo. doing! > of ; ; : n. S
urC a '
W tb captain'and. crew could, ,be, ,se.'u : ,,. the"urchnnrf : V
s\\\ .Matthws
; flourishing buMn " holding her to. She gate a sudden{ V I I has retumed'from a flying trip! to-th !' !!! be taken rare of t- !, Augusta, Me! IN THE -BANK.
larch $
V ; th
and n turned to the
t lee side north m the interest '"of the comr t lIisD Marv )are spent Sunday wita'Ihe. !,I ..
V and went own. Those on board went I MILLVIEW II i' folkl athome, returning to
into I LI I pan1 \. Myrtle
tb> chilly waters of the 'and
pass 1 Gro '
: :ank with the suction or became enijtpgled -, :Mrs. D'He] V. Wr.ght. of Harr.s, :ecMonday morning. 1 r .11
: in the rigging the vessel'"ad '! ,j Fla.. was the gueats. of her.brocher, C 1 I Mr.Steagott I has gone to Ly- L TI '
of ,
f.V. rlan.lIss", where be has l efUNIAK. It is well to remember thatyour
t! went down The waters closed I] Special to The Journal. War-1 a fjw Ua>s this week. I secured emplojmcnt. -I l.for you .
the Hobson all The weather1 has bE'tQ't'r)' 14r tening. -' in the
"yver deposite'd
and was st'll.! Not earnings
: 23:;. After } are
i. ; MUhiew. Jan. so many the past fe'da'it; Durip!?.Jhcttorniof I I fr. \Vl liam Sherbj"- was a birsmest: i
r.-- --..1.1I 1 warm 'da>s. the cold weatn, >r for the' Sunday, night llr. Trainer, ofPensacxVa. $sitoc! to the, city, last. Monday. He1i j Special. to The Journal. Bank, whether you put them. there or

: I WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. !last l two days has been real severe.V: who had been: up th3 bay V i has not fully reco\eml from MsV i re'cent -- ,DeFunlak., : Jan. ?;3-Among the not.V
i 1 Mr. ant Mrs. Wheat and Mrs. Brj-t 1 Ion a fiah'ng trip in his launch had I' Illness, but i is" getting along nlcc-I I promnent! visitors to tl? city j-estr- V

f the Result Prolonged Study and ant went in to see the play Monday l! the misfo'tune to be blowu,ascoe, on, J 1\,' Vi'hlch1l1 be good news to his numerous I day wor.,,'J. \\V Litton, division pas-. If you spend all you make then

V L : Deep Research.: I nIght. 'Gull Point, He' took, .the mldnieat I! friencft. 1 eager agent I* & X: R. .Lcw.s of!I someone else deposits your money.

'larcon!-the wireless wizard-did Mr. Walter P. Biggs -spent Sunday. train: to ?enaaco1a\ 'returning Tusday V frs. Snowfen accompanied oy Miss 1 Lewis & Co, ,nd S. R. Thames ofJ i Do you not think it is better to do
his mother. j
with ifor iJ'ensacr.Ia.
not stumble accidentally tae his launch.' I It t I Lyala Spare wereistors at the I V
principles of his marvellous intention upon Miss Leila Lent and :MISS Bessie|i Mr. L. M. Lew'made_ a busines. : pleasant home of Mrs. Thcmas Bat- Quite a somber of our citizens went f'V V your own banking? ,

V It was only by deep and prolongea'study Williams, were visitors here Satl1rdar:t trip to Pensacola Tucf day.f rinrau jesterday.There to Mil'igan! to r-einstate Sampt| Four cent interest paid on I
of the cause of certain known Mr. Van tell and J. O'L?ary. of the;f Mr. U C. Thatker and Mr. J. E.i I was .a %oo
phenomena in nature that he was able navy yard, were ,\isitora in Milhie I McDonald, of P2ns3 o.t. were pleasant Sabbath school which! is encouraging the ensuing term. The following went deposits. compounded semi-annually,
the : Sund1)11' '. __ | visitois in our little town but here from h'ler ..
produce startling effect. m Sunday. was a notable absence of Ray Tpjn, H. II. Drayr -
V >Iany people, speaking of Hair Restorers :\ Ed McNalr has gone to Pensa j t!church members which has a bad influence J., C. Drake.! I..S. Lure: R. c. Woo-l.j --

V have a way of ,bunching them. cola to ,,\'ork.Ir. Mr. and Mrs. Holmes! and l.UIts! on The scicol.j S. J. :\lcCa:1.: f:. Shugoit; J. B. Datting., ..
altogetherwithout disctlmlnatlon. I Mutt Smith has given up his,V daughter. Dorothy\ made'p. flying trip I Ito The German colonists' at the S mile' ; Geo. CarJia. JV.. Mci> nlel, Jno. U.|
V llerpicide is as different form other! positions: here and son? to Milhil'eHis P3nsrola' Tuesday.Mr. are doIng quite *a' lot of impro\ n;. Wilson. :!

; srvcalled "hair restorers" and "reme family hava moved to Myrtle and Mrs., Peterson' of Chttago. 1 hey are making; good fences and are:: .\ repor. rcacheIVhce that Ikury FIRST NATIONAL
f{
dies" as day is from night.It Grove. were the guests of Mr I and ,Mrs. F. U. .going to circumvent the ever present: Ligon, a wll krown ivll! man, wa QANI
is a scemtiflc preparation prepared Mr. I.ong, of Muscogee, was in Mill Manner last week. t Pine>- woods" ,rooter and the frisky and kil'eJ at Cjprsss bj falling on an .

: for the sole purpose of destroyIng view, \vVJnesday. :Mr.: A. E. Tl rn?r made the scalp microbe that causes dandruff There several bad places in th; trip to town Saturdays, 1!tpnd collectiveji ate up their ubstancc: lamed. Mr U ;on wa. for several! I OF PENSACOLA, .FLA.WM. .

4- and falling hair. road between here end Peusacoh Dr. McM'l'an! was a v.sltor: hcra : last jear.I years connected: with ,the d S H. KNOWLES. Prisident W. K.'HYER
V For sale by AV, A. D'Alemberte. Some phces so bad one can scarcely Sunday. | There war fonie' work done on II'',*' mills, of TSc ?rent ,JR., Vice-Prsj 21d C2Siier5THO ?
:- druggist ana' apothecary. 121: South drive. I road_ last _week for which we arm alliianiuui : :Hascrman Lumber Co ,,I I I ". .,W. BRENT Aislitint! Cashtar. W, N. ROBERTS, Assu'.nt' '! Cashier! I
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Palafox ,1'treet. or send JOe in stamps Mrs. Finnic: Fe'l! and bdj: there, is room for ,a' -, ,..' --. .' h____ __ V : Rn
!for sample to The Herplcide Co., Detroit. Miss Uzzie. are visiting: dauhtel"1 whole lot more, which when done wlllj] .
V lIch Pensacola thU week. I be- duly appreciates':: the public. GRIPPE INCREASING

:Mr. Richard Beals, of Myrtle Grove. HtLTON oaY-ll'.""UIIIUT. T K HKLLES. \"Jf:1I-P.UU
was in Millview-Sunday evening visit. 1 i B. u. act uxiuu CAf mir JJANSXIICLDMORENO.Citizens .... V utJ'

ins;; Mr.,Eugene: 'Davis. t i, CUR LOCAL National Bank
L COFFEE !! We nope ta have a Sunday schoolin II IIMYRTIEGROVESpecial II I DRUGGISTS W. H ,
Millvicw! soon and it we can get II WHITE &. CO., TCLL PENSA. c'iteciatoa. Florid
: 1
it started we hope ewry one h?rem 1 I COLA PEOPLE : :):izeoGCOVW tor..
,c THE BEST \\rbl, )Sortis :Sur, r. K w.: 'I t tJUS
I('take an interest and. help. to make it,) ---
V r PREVENTIVE )f. RnVmon.! K niltoii Gr,?It,
We are tbe Pioneer Int?re ting. I AND
]
i I to Th* Journal. -EriES'.I.! B\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

Myrtle Gro\er'Jan: 23. CURE. =
Coffee Roasters of J Pleasant and Most Egective. -The weather V V .
T. J. Chambers: Ed. Vindicator has been sonic' what ceo} for the last VI I i4;<<... 444+4444...'i4.._ ...ooo; ....iii..;.- ....-...
West Florida.McHUOH'S few nayt. If tbe weather makes! .
: many J. S. ,REESE. Pseldeet.V E. W. MENEFEE. Casiier. .
writes Dec. 23.:; 1302
Liberty. Texas
; j I l&uch changes as the one we have just So many cases of the 'siippe have :: V R. M. CAR!'. VicePresidentJUOPL'SBANKOUPNSACOLA.V *
"With pleasure and unsolicited by; V Lad. fruit will be scarce this year A been reported: aunng the past month, ,
you. I bear testimony to the curative good many are spending their V throughout the state mat gonm of our .
BLENDS power of Ballard's Horebound Sjrup time hauling wood to town during spareV'i leading phjsicfans\ have been
I have used it in ray' family and can the cold spell. V V I to, locate the cause,. and ha\e trying t Director*-U ". rl'eyes, J. a. Reese W. DeC. Kectler. R. M. Caty' I

V cheerful! affirm it is the most effective V Rev, Mr. 'Bhrrh of Pensacola.: will I much time In the health departments spent .. ;\V. A. O'Alembef T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. T.

::: have no equal. Atria) I anj 'Jest remedy for coughs and 7 V (peachat the.. Baptist church, of this! of various cities carrying on the ref 4, TRANSACTS. .A 'OENEKAL' BANKING "BUS1N2SS. .
VVV colds 1 have ever used." Sold by all ; TRUE place: TtI ., : 4 YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULL1 SOLICITED t
t:1InMt"4d V V
V Mill convince the con- I druggists. Sunday on next. of last f searcb"j j.................................... ......*. *.*..
Boforo Motile,.,. as was announced in lastweek's member of the above firm. when ,

noisseur that we Friend IlItMJd oed. ( notes. interviewed In regard to this matter:
| 1 was One of saidIt: .
Mr. Taylor Godwin's is
the
little people, who
I: make extravagant a where sign the of life schooner was seen sunk.in the pas.i, The older the prospective mother be beys nad the misfortune of getting likE;. and physically below, par are, who rundown -* .. .r.C.-A P,.... :..J.ca.'a: .*+ ..., Jno.Sc'y.U**.*V,
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the -
more difficult the ordeal through i leg broken one day last week, while''get the grippe and contract conta' V
? claims.- Captain Bearingreports being un- which she must before she experiences driving load i diseases V 'hotelale and Retail .
: i pus ; a of wood to Pensacoia ifcions and it I la a warning to V
I able (to'rertdr assistance owing to.-the the glory'of the maternal stale. When he was somewhere near the b'g1! every man. woman and child rn Pena -' Stc rnDomesticAnthrite. COAL

sever :wind and tha fact that his!V This was true before V claypit: In the edge of the citv the <$ Wholesale and RetailGROCERS i mate was below sick. Us remained lathe horse ,
I 1 !
I got frightenea- and tan a *r>or j season of the year There'is doubt
[ vicinity for awhile hoping that AfotherlsFriend no O c.0. 43 Sautb 'Palafox strict. Telephone ?3,
I : vay throwing the little fallow off and 'I that) the cod liver oil preparation VI
H: i some ont of the crew might have escaped 'the wheel passed over his leg' almost! V ; nol;, has, prevented and.C. rfd more Yari corner Tarratona and Gonzalez >tye,!ts. Phones 6an !
i but the swiftness with which;( factoring It, Favorable Jeports hare''cases of the grippe than any other *V rz ;;;:- I

V 'I the Hobson had gone to the bottom been received and he will be able 'to i remedy 'we Jtrio Of.. Tfli ,..is.befaue'.= ___,__...:V u_ ,VJ ......
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. and all kinds of Feed sixty feet belqw sealed the fate of h','rl' was introduced,but now tangible eri- ;: be brougit back home !in a day or two..4 j Vlnol; contains" In a- on :el ttated 'fcrin': :----0-:-: 1- I
captain and his crew. The name of I dence in the shape of counties mothers Mrs. Emma Smith has moved from all of the vital principles df cod-Hver: r I I II
I :V Stuffs. ; the mate or cook: both 'of whom ars* of advanced years who have 'used itwitla Millview, to our flourishing little set.1' without my oftbeVsystenlogggg oiLJ

I'flr ,I whit, could not b? learned but it is entire success forces us to gladly tlementI V toxupssf: the stomach and retard Us I HE ow fid Sucrmc Dairy; Feed i,Jway*
r said that they live Jn' Bayou V la refute the integrity of this statement. I \ regret very much to learn that:'I T.ork. I I I." foUAd to give the jnort milk It. *
Batre. V Old or young. the result is the'tame !1 Mr. E. W. Walther; of '
talking selling, After grippe Vinol! purifies I .
Pluto |. Capt. Wintzell of the Hobson. was) It U simply indispensable during the out his home,and farm, at this place, the blood tones the and enriches The productive ntioll-tLat', the TCIM
Water up olges-
: 27 years of age; a. resident of Bayou: ;, parturient state. and_absolutely invaluable As his old age and bad health will not I live organs. and strengthens every No otW ingle feed or mixture of fecit can do

la BatreTand: Is survIved by 'father at the crucial time. : permit him to work longer on the farm ;organ In the body to do its work !I tl work to cff< : as
For
mother, brotherand: other' external massage, easy and hI' will! close out everything at a bar.'! t trials tlmarket.
relatives,! mature intended were lack of it before it ww placed ea
Wholesale and Retail. all living there simple to apply, wonderfuHn. .its,effect, f gain. V Fullest .
V ( In the strongest crfola
: V it surely U a Lung monument to the manner we endorse: It'a coaacacu* of rewlu and po"
Several years'ago the Hobson capo"sIzed' Miss Mary Sr.are spent Sunday"at I Ihl'er i i aiTd-snarantee Vlnol to"ward eel
truth of that old adage What's in off disease of Tie fed tLr
a .. a source profit. cow aet
In Petit BoisPass.. She was home la! B.ulab, j, and to build the '
New Orleans Co. purchased name? Wertply ,simply 1lother'sFrieneL up rundown.
Grocery 1 bv Captain WJntztll and Bob. |ixo. at aU druggists. Send : Mjss Evie, Cravey of Penjacola.'! tiand uebihtated! givestrength: 't V P it LIJLeptatalo.*.
Rabbyr( Bar m.1a JBatre and entered t ti foe book. -Motherhood.". Itis free. I f.was out a few ,bours on Sunday last:I)I arfd-renewed! vitality to the aged./ ureChrOOIcCQUg1tSta4tdLtPJIIa.aad.bU4VIp. -

,Jas. McHugh .. h i in the oyster trade 5hAvisonfi. the J Miss Mattle Tanton is spending 'a I' ;. !". V aOL.DONL.Y81
I _, t I largest schooners.: engaged Jn this 1 "MflelII.118.1r.JtOr'. Oo., few da -s In town this week. jtlre i i11r. 'I convaljsceiit.or retuf'irira U .-..>uri / lL ; *::. 'F'S' ;' MELLEN &. 'CO..
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Phone 1O5. Proprietor. I trade. MTtAMTA. OJL 'u I Sunday.. Richard" Bcale,Went to Millview II'i I I H.chaser White f'ver i>'Co.dollar, !drug-giste.paid for If W)1 i : j -L Corner Alcaniz and Garden. Phone 334r


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1-Fit PanakCoL'A; 'JOURN'AL,. FRIDAY MORNING"JAN'UARY 26. 1906
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I I WOMAN'CALLE ( ,'. '". -, ', -: 'is ,,
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Only Two More Daysof ,1 : '. 0 '- <. : .: )'S > : t.


TO noon AND1STABBED .- -. : 'OUat"::: ::: ::: : :

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TO-DAY- AND iO-MpRROW'. !' : SALE t



DON'T PUT OFF: ,BUYING ANYlONGER i

p-: : : t Knife Entered Above Heart. But it ,


$10.00 SUITS, 20 PER CENT:;. .. .. ..... ?-. .. .. :.. "$ 800 is Not Thought Wound ,Will ;. ,: .

J12.50 SUITES 20 PER CENT.. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .* ? / "'1000 SetsitfiePace in the Way of Extraordinary gAin Offerings.Your t

S1500 SUITS, 20 PER CENT ..? .. ? ?. ..' .... .. .', .' ?$1200 Prove Fatal. .

J1800 SUITS, 20 PER CENT. ? '0 '.. ... .. .. -.0" .. .. ?|14'40 "

,2000 SUITS 20 PER CENT. .. .. .. ... .. t' __. .?16'w Emma Money Will Be Cheerfully Refunded for Anything Bought of Us that You
E white
$j500: SUITS, 20 PER CENT. :. .. .. ,. .. ].2QJDO eras a woman re- L
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1 i siding n. tb.3'sectl n known aa' Can Match Elsewhere at the Price. '

Only one $30 Suit left-if it's jour size $24 buys It, i :Marsh's row, on the dummy line, 'was 1

50c SHIRTS .. ....43c '$1.CO SHIRTS. u .. '85c' ,t stabbed last night as she opened the ( ,Our Entire Winter Stock Must Be Closed Out In the Next Ten Days. !

$1.50 SHIRTS .. .. .$1.25 32.00 SHIRTS .. ... .$1.70 : back door In response to a knock. The
knife .nterd above: the heart: but It
Everything in our store is r?duc?d in proportion to: the above is not thought ih! wound Will prove : t,

quotations fatal. Peter Grenanger, a fisherman, Extra. Clean-Sweep Bargains for Friday and Saturday / -tt
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was arrested on the char?}* of havn! ;

committed: the d? d. ii i

The cutting occurred about 10 ,\\1
VATAIIDARDtOTHINGE. ( f( _'5 Ladies' Man Tailored Suits, principally !n black or blue, $1.39 black Swiss Taffeta Silk, 36 Inches wide, clean sweep 3
o'clock, : what could belearned. ; '
according to formerly sold from $1500 to $O.OO to close out quick jour price.. .: .. ... ... ?. .... .. .. .. .. .. ......89e : '
The woman: was alone in'' choice.' .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$8.90 50 Fancy Foulard Sllb.fo clean out for.. .. r.. .. ,33e :1

\BUILDnf r the house, with the exception or'a $S.OO Rainproof Coats; 'gray and Tan, $?eclal.. .. .. .... .$4.90 lest lOc and 12c Outing Flannels extra quality,or clean: out j i

(" three-year-old child when some on! $1500, Gray Tourist :Coats to class out for.. ....; .. .;.: .. ..$7.90 for,. .. .. .... .. ., .. ,... .r .. ., .... .. ..to.. :,. :,.5 4.c. t

J knocked On the rear, : door. .Site answered l.adi-8' Fine Pattern Hats, worth $5.00 to $1000.to .clean outbalance Best lOc Dress GinghamS to go in this sale at 10 yards for..,.59c 3:i

th> knock and as she opened on, hand for. .... .. PO .. .. ........$1.95 Best 5c and 7c Torehon Laces, special. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..2c L!

t the door a man' plunged a knife Into:'( Hats,worth 75e to $1.50, clean up price :. .... .. .... .. ..19c75e $1.00 Comforts, to go at.. ,.... .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ........590 :>
,'- ---.- breast and The :woman Covert to
her then ran. Wool Tweed and, Suitings, rtylish colors, closeout All Comforts and Blankets togo at rediculously i
Fnday'and Saturday. .. .. .. .. .-u.........39c cheap prices. i
from
1 bird profusely the wound actf ,
TRSLYThe TOLD 1t ?& yard} stout 36 inch Sneeting :Domestic for. .. .. .. .. .45c ;,
the ,services of City Phjsician :were<< I 1.5 SQincb Tweed Suitings! very nooby: i styles, for this clean
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j BOILER ,MAXR1 He examination: IW.ap'sa1. .. ,,; .. .. .... .. . '.. ,. .. .. .. .48c 10 yards Standard 5c and 6c' Calicoes, lark or light to go. for..39c ",
uisulle and Nashville 'payear necessary.: made an 39c Wool Dress Goods. 40 inches wide, special,. ., .. 19c All $150 Muslin Underwear now for.- ?. ?$1.10 ,I ,
reached the city yesterday and of the wound. which was dressed, and t .. Best- $1.5Q Broa?jCbths'and Liberty Prunnella Suitings, all'col- $1.39 )Muslin Underwear to go per 7arment.. .. .. .. .. .. '. 95c ']
gad: off rha numerous 'employees? of ,while it could not .b! told last, nightwhat' ors, clean"s'weep 'price...... .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. .. ...98c Children's 40c Vests. Pants and Union Suits, to go in this sale

tljrvnpanv here. the that result,it ,would ba,fatal.it Is not' 90c Taffeta .,Silks,' all colors 36.inch, clean sweep '.'price... .. .. ..59c, for.. .. .r .., .. .. ..1.. .. .. .. ... 'W .. .. .. .. .. .. ..25c
PLEADED OWN thought. will prove t. t *.t 1""
fn;?i State! Marshal: .T. P.Ie: LatT in the night'Deputies Saunders '
Coa? n. mho accompanied fits prionr and'Johnson ,visited jh=> bouse-and gota 3Z mSouvenirs
'(o .he federal) prison in Atlanta, : statement from tire" woman, wheri Jupqn 0$2:00. !n
ias returned to th cit}. i they proceeded to the; house of given away to the: first twenty purchasers : or over after the

'CASE Peter Grenanger/an Italan! fisherman: ,
Mo sy DeLeon, a prominent conCarta strikes 8 o'clock and i
Saturday
Friday
and placed him und r arrest the woman gong Everything
*. is in the city on business;; conser ,
having stated that the two had
ed wish the erection! of the big engaged in a'quarrcl1n< the afternoon. in our stock at bargain prices.
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ard.
building at the
navy 1 '
X knrfe was found .in his possession,
R. Sutherland, presen'in5;; :Me And Advanced but he, stoutly 'dented hating 'committed .
!:.!tan Brns. Co.. of Mobil, was;; in GoodArCument as the dead ,' ll d

83)thitv: 'r '>s yesterday here on one of his reg- to Why He Should Not Be

I T.: 1 & CO. i iANY
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Tat fire department had a call :r cst Convicted. 'H.'LANNO'N
t rilariorning' shortly before 4 o'clockto A i 11Ue11el1ts. :
No ISO. West Inttndencla: street, I Ii Iit 0.'il'j

oeruped( t o' S. Kotzk! r.. Some waste One of the' most sl
(Ollon'hu'h has bEen1sd in dr>ssns interesting ca ?r .'I.t *" I .

th' wounds of the daughter of :Mr to come before (he present term of I'' _T', .. -' f' I

Kb/k.. had ignited; and' filled the the criminal, court. was heard there Las :Night's. : Play.a .
hous with smoke. and it \
: was thought I'
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for a short while the place. was- on... jestenjay, .mhen William :Haganv"aboilerHiakeY 'ThiI play by, any'othername, would T It -

fin by trademas.placed; 'Bp- pedse;! as. well.Still: "Checkers" mill LARGE REAL FHOHt IBS.
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on trial for the embezzlement of $10Nptmithatanding undoirb'edly b: the |topic! of conversation '

Bu! Ribbon Vanu'a is really the the fact that hput ,throughout Pensacola! today. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

'hrapa-i extract in usas! It goes up' a" strong. defense the jury found: j and for ,Jays to conie., ESTATE DEALSCLOSEDProperty
people under the impression -I
twice as tarsk vour grocer for him Manj/ were .
guilt as charged and he I ,
was $en i .
IH .* Rbi: >Ja Vanilla, lOc and 2: c. ; that "Checkers" w>>s a musical : I E. ... LAWRENCE Proprietor Kid 8 West RaM in a SL Penmacfla. Fit a
ttnced to pay a fine an''}' costs, the total 00111=11%. ana 'some' mere disap- :! '

Pure: Mineral Water"; ;,.- erf. which is, $1,50.00. or :else! serve: psnted; wen they reached the' operahouse i iI ': Valued at About\.$100,000 Changed Ownership During the i .:****** *m *mH** a;' H* 't: '$ fi. : i '$-ififWHQwh
six..:monjhs' at bar .Jai\(>>r. ; and founl that trey: had been I
('(In-UIII'''* good health Investigate 'I Week-Binunt and LeBaron Resi'
Hagan was arrested during Decem;: mistaken but their. disappointment Past _
WHITE ROCK WATER. I pa'csed away very shortly afTw. !r. the MAKES YOUR CLOTHES ? ; ; 1
her- for attempting to embezzle the I rlsd of the curtain f .. deuces Sold.
from a friend, with "whom he was'' filled ,
money The J horse :n-arly- ; pos- -- not have them built right here at home, where you -
Fresh Eggs Today.Fresh had teen dr!nkinj for several days. Her ?Ihh', the largest gathering- of the.sea- t }
IIN. have the,'hlllf. ot try-on and get what want!
i yeu
Honda Ezps !at f 6,30 perh ,as at the union depot at the time: on"stix' the of plat'which: the greatest is unquestionable character i GOLD FUN tt YS THE KEYSER .i 1 1i
taro. '' .- Tpnn"li-scc at and when taken in by the mj 0
?690 custody police II
p"race eomedies'of the present day, and handled THE CORNER. OF THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY
; $
I Inoth the was found him.
money upon at that, by a corps of competent .
\ r shipment of thos% ,famous ;: Hagan conducted :"bis own defense ctress and actors. TARRAGONA 'AND WRIGHT HEREACHES i i. 1.
PI i I(>1. White Plymouth Rock Cock- r are turning out some swell clothes Should you need asuit I drop In
!rels lot t'readersEl (. not having a lawyer, and he did it in The ptaetls a prtty habitue little story who! .STREETS: TO WHICH, ONE OR at their p'ace.! No 11 North Palatesstieet.. They are showing an :J: '

), M. POOLEY such a manner as to lea.:' may in,the i Of a young: race track |j elesant line I falls in love with: } a beautiful girl ofsmaller MORE STORIES WILL! BE ADDED
Wl:loVsa'e! Commission Dealer. court, room to believe that he ,,mould j tempt you to buy.The. >
a town' The :young man, who i 1
Phone 11.1: an K. Jackson St. be acquitted: lIe represented that then "
UJtn:! b> the way, is; callM 'Ch kt''rs. 4a.I HtgdiF' ; + jfi; '$-=1fFX 'a.' FKi kxs! ihxNNN1N1N1N1N1NNNNNNNN11N111 I '
I >an had ,voluntarily 'ivcn b'im.t. f: odes Jo abandon the race track and large ; :
real
II Many estate deals some
money and that heat;; that 'time, was folios her to Clarksville. Ark., where of which have been penulng for ten PORT .1NONN. '1 1t 1 !
Eagle} to Meet Tonight. I irresponsible and accepted the mon'E';, he s-('ure'l eniploym in a grocery
i!I[ days or two wee'ks. were closed up :. il
Th. rec>'nth organized Aerie of having no intention at the time of store 'in order that ho might sec her
EIIPV nu hold H meeting .toni ht. furthermore that be occasionally never dreaming, however I jesterda and the day previous and Supreme Gourt .
hon a lar?.. class of new members stealing; it. and tint h?. could min her. It develops '. the signing of the deeds 'meant the :
will bp initiated had not yet fallen" so low as to stooptc however- that she also loves- ; "
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The me-tincr will'! '. 'I(transfer of about $100,000. This is.j Has Board the Owner Col. The wife is the supreme court of the happy household'!. Her deer '
be llveliTiood. f on ,i
hold >'n the hall of th! Knights of petty thievery'to gain a him all ..;f which is very much against ,
: the information given outby Hootouj sion is final. Her judgment is faultless. She weighs merit and tlnd.
Prihias und not at the C. 'K. of A. the wl1!! of her wealthy! and eccentric
hi'l' ast.tt>d, I IA Hagan ,is a u'an of fine appearance. father. j 16 Watson who have conducted the negotiations John H. Rich of Red Wing, : in accordance with it. .. :l '
Checkers! is: finally d'scharsert! and ; between the buyers,and : ;.11 1 :
THE POPULAR GROCER IS
1:emg fully sir: feet till! and: well built. Minn. and ALWAYS
GUARANTEE CURE forbfdd: entrance to the house; not. !sellers of theanous pieces of city Family.. I WILLING
FOR PILES He is mell'educated and his address to however, until"ho.has secured a promise properti. II to have her sit on its 'ase-to hand down an opinion as the-merits I II It

Itching.Plles Blind, Bleeding.; Protruding the jury was listened to 'with more from the father that he mould cane,I' deals the I I of this establishment. The popular grocer's. pure, fresh foods policyappeals'to .
of .f
the largest was
One
Druggists are authorized to rennd niarriae'siould'Chsck ,. her, its prompt delivery and its push and ke
ir.terest thin .tnose deUvere}' by the sent ,to the : rs After a stormy and rough experience progress <'ps'
: money if PAZO OINTMENT falls ; return wthn; : QDC year with.$5.000 of:j purchase by N. Goldring of what is !I her in touch with all the new creations of the food makers. For '
u cure in 6 to 14 dajs. 50c. average_ attornej.). 1. -v. honest mo fY. Two months later,known 'as the Keser property at the i! I of four days duration the, hand., i these reasons the Pensacola woman hag decreed there is no food : ll':

Other Cases. Wright !slime. yachtWacoutah, owned bj Cot store quite so good as that of the popular grocer. :11 t
Checkers :is S ?l1 at, the rags i track southwest: corner of and Tar:! .. .
LARGE CROWD AT THECHRISTIAN fa\e Hudson' ,-colored;charged;. "Itngamhlin' penniles*,'and. acHng'on a private tip I rsgona street. The site is occup'ed' l: Jjhn: H." R-chi! of Red lying :Mmrt, : .. .
shakes a sotn en'r yold:con on "Re-.I reatfaed 1 Port ,yesterday afternoon' 14. W Garden LAZJACOBY The Popular :' i"t
CHURCHThe bnck1 which is usea'jpaitly
'b a building :
;: was dischal'ged.iVi1 ) f'
morse,, nho wins the race and thsr aL'out: 5: o'clock.l The vessel moose Phone 183 G.ocer. '!
; nojott, mhito. charged with winarng'h'm: th >,required amount.! as 'a restaurant and>partly by| ".
'HID h.r.n.rental. services:ih, at the.Chris. cubing, was discharged by The riot 'isclearly) drawn and tae: !:' )ir, Goldring as an office! tware.I'! 'alongside Baylen street wharf::" ;: :........................................ .............9HMP : u ,,

at % corn:'r of Gregory; guiltyto : bright! and Ti- rouse. 1 intends making addi-I' On ,board. is aparty composed, of,I -- -- -
WJ \IPI.IZ: streets, last Will McJo ly ,colored pleaded lives are. snffapv : He, an i ilion -
!. !: ;jiiended, Rev Speigel night prach WI'.r'h gambling! and mag sentenced topay ctmedy h i rifh!. and lr.ii1cnslnal.: Tae: : to the building, adding' one or'; I Col, ,Rich ,mho is a wealthy lumber-:,, MMf****# 4 W.-i.z.J; *'" !;f. ,l. 1I.! 1.

;d TIP{ Ext ndt'11 Hand." which a .fine of $10 an$ costs ..i' serve characters tire all' interesting and ;, two stories to it and using t it almost :nan. ofMinnesota* Mrs. Rich:and .:Ml;*,: I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, 1
ra4 I! ,"nd to with much attention. I there '.K nothing,Jo bo de. "irsd.-In theproduction. i' exclusively as a wholesale liquor Rich,_ who are on 3. pleasure: ctuise'Inrottthern : '
45 days. 1 PRECIOUS STONES &
De .' Ii CLOCKS BRONZES
( solo l ,
br Mrs winter
Albert Reager and'be maters- for the : :
d'Jdl l E. 11.ft g b.chaedVlth,:deserting. .\s is r'nerallv1 the 'rasa when the I| horse '
o> Mrs Rf>ag, r and Mss! Lit beautiful STERLING SILVERWARE J!
'aaGladden< ( hit w'ire. was convicte.*and sentencedto attendance is largs at tie; opera home, I In the rear of 'the present building,;; The destination of this '. ,

T.,n,.". Key Sjvigel were Pleasant wi'l have features.as his, pay a fine of $100 and costs t)r thre were not. ,enough proram1: to go': the .new owner 'proposes to erect: :a!! p'easura' yacht 'is .Xassya! where the!I ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,

btjec' Cet Right with God." serve six months. arcund, much to the .annoanco of'hose 1! three,storj warehouse for the storage! party aft ei (oucaing at various, points i 1
wao could not s cnre on 3. !jof goods Avjiich will be equipped with! along] the Mast, will spend the remainder CUT GLASSWARE. i t:
-,-' -- The attraction for ton:.?ht is Goodrlng' -i I 'i t
two elevators, and other conveniences I of the winter. ----
j' $ Orphans "Band. Besides being.I j ;
1
teys.Rwaegber the Full / -
l Lt---2 -I'Qm/v umme 61 ;<
:"" aCoWfaOneDay.Crjp m 2 D.1tvi : box, 2Se should bo liberally patronized.COULDN'T was the purchase by Mrs. IL Key set cruising slowly along since that time,1'I 1

., ,. -- 'of the residence of Hen \'.. A, Brunt: hating enjoyed a splendid vrorago: the it ;
at the corner of Wright and Guille- entire distance up to the time of reach- i i Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. .
.. ""' '!'.w1''''WI. ,:n..Jnt..wn''fII-'III' !!!''''' Lynnurruytwt aE11
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P'ntl.... tJ ?" __"'f "" "" "" """" wan.; ..t4: H:: !.......2"H.J...... .......!... .. ..:t........ uUU'f,... .. _: .._. of the mouth i tw
.....-.;,. l.U.: .....!..l...f'.j__: U: ..t..._H..UH.J...._"......"': '''II.IUo., ": ....'''''' --_.- .u marde streets, and also the adjoining! >ng the passes : of the:I ---- '
.. Pfcperty. which is known' as the I.e-: .Mississippi river Since then rough: .i -

f YOU GIVE A WOMAN ; Baron rcsjince. This property has' the weather party vas seemed datlv" pleased encocateres to .be? and on! i O. Zadek Jewelry Co !'j l lfr ,
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tt a frontage on \Vr.git: :: street of aboat' land again.
"..11a :60 feet, and extends through to Beluont *' MOBILE ALA. t'
l'-t .The Wacoutall.was was built(! |In New I :...

sireet. York three years ago. 'She-carrIes a -G- 9:...;'fi'h1f. ,Fea+: Fuif+Xtfi1: 'E'Lail i i F?4.J.Fit' i{.$f1-l 1HI.." ..." I 7
It is understood Mr. Biount will and Is seventy'rt'
4Wiorsa power eng'ne. _
a anything in the..world half so practical ani so thoroughly acceptable as 1 commence the !Immediate construction locg.! The:- vessel J beautifully I '- J

lin- piano. It will make her happy till death do us part, because da 'of a very handsome: residence oa' SUM out with all'1 the modern and+ ACOS14 S CO.H Prompt delivery to any part of the
a E. B.
Q will in because r F North Hill! near the residence of J.I! luxuriant furnishings that art and .
will last lifa Elm: Ours stay tune t' cityOffice
f' a R, Saunders he has
one of our pianos which content' money can supply. and Yard-:: to 28 N. Tarr,
Q the truss-like rigidity of the frames insure a permanency of adjustment i p'ated bulldic's for some time and, The party will leave'to-day providedthe .: .*n*Kit mil D tiler* In gone St, Pensacola.! Fla. Phone 363.
where ho site. The resi.oence ..
owns> a large !,! weather mill premit
Q that keep them in tune almost t indefinitely._ ( m in the will city.possibly be one of the. finest,; COAL WOOD AND ICE S

Kranlch Clutter towlaa! anl"Cir.sll. : SPAY C L. McVov has purchased;:. quarter of block 57, in the Belmont .
Mehlin
r 0 Bach, Lester, ., .- store and dwelling at the !southeast t.iel. upon which he proves! TO erecta -- ,.

WHEN YOU LIKE !I'f + corner of Intena'encia!: an streets, and J. D. Water has boughtthe The warehouse property on East.;
i -- -- -' vs northeast on tee occupied by the t
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---- _- -- ----- corner same Garden street, now SHINGLES SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS
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street. : Cordon l: Brown Hardware Company a ;
Ol d M'H: 114-116 S. Palafex S! m Tae George HAuer property on Uay-' has bt-en purchased by Judge A. C.Blount .;jt j BUILDING MATERIAL. ar ,
t Music eetand largest OU S e Phone 15 J: im street, between Government ind' Jr.,' and he has sold three cottages
House in Clutter I '
L w! Florida '. PENSACOLA ntt. l.arrligol\.t streets,. has also been pur.i on Chase gtreet near the Pre; Phone II. ''It. G. DeSILVA. CO. 1 1T -
Bertha Hein-:
elhase4 bI.. D. Waters. Mrs.
1 to.
church
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I I/INSACOt.A JOURNAL MORNINGJANUARS' 2' 1908
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t jitnatiia; 3atu1! : :;.-- MISS s SCOOPEM- -. -- -- V ,'I j, - 1I 1 i Cn$$1Gt'$ [ ; 1Eli. : ':i I OPERA MATINEE' AND HOUSFI NIGH""-






:I I Daily. Weekly.. Sunday. 1, L&Y iOL'RNALIST.Ju I H-iL li. .. & 'N1-'R.:: '" R.Will R. !I FRIDAY, -JANUARY- 26


PUBLISHED EVERY MORNINO.EXCEPT. MONDAY, I

** I IF -' -- HfLl ..;cny E tT() 7 r1 FROM Th'SMVDCiE pao,:: -%_ .) T ; Ap4-ISEE! : 'SGHE'nUlE i GOODING'S

i JOURN-T
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,THE COMPANY. ,THIS 15 5COOPEI"1WHAi.STlfAT.1 -, YOU WAr4TPNr

<' ORPHAN
rT STORy F OI'1 BOY
FRANK L. JrA YES, Putuunr AND GBMEAI. Ituuowi. P OF SCRADHH1 : ',"ofr'

'ON, HIS Ntw ; '

: E'IIPLOSIVt'ALRIGMT Be Made ,Sunday yWhen;, Ar. '
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. !" BAND

1 frivat 1 and Departure.of.( r Three ...
F-- I : : Frotht Georgia Indnstrh) Hoaiwh
SUBSCRIPTION, RATES. ." o .
: Tr ins\y\ .II Changed: ;
honielf I and friendleA ;
. : children.
; J' One Year............ 5 00 St
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One Month........ .. 45
. + I j' Prices-Matine*, Children .
Sir: Months ..........360 I One Week ........... 19 ".# ", 2ic aj.50c. -",
25 35 50
,. .4- Three Month.....;;. 1 25 F. "Week.J7 Edition. 7ear.fl 00 *A chang -t tne-arrival and'depar-: :Night and 7i efy:
'i Scats :'n sale Wednesday ,
; ai
noo: .
PPITa OB, Sale at all News Stands..F : I .. ', I ture of thr#' trains 'wJN bo matte Sun- I _
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:i ," day, when the nctv "jsc.he.dnle .of the

. : THE ONLY PEN8ACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED ; I II ;- t Louisville and >;ash.ylle--'will: : become I Ictecth"c' I ESCAHBia OYSTER DEPOT

.' Notice to :thh effect was ,
Er CIRCULATION, STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. ::1 I
I made k few days' since; I Phone 1210.

-! e Train No. 6., known as the Mobile Fiue Perdjdo Bay Plant and tla
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Offlcw-ltS and 110 But Governmeat Street t c /o' train which 4s now leaving the city j jI bin Oysters at reasonable prices.C. .

TELEPHONE No. 3S.PEN'SACOLA CLYCR'tNEEPIt4' at ,7:15) a. nj. will depart Sunday I
LIQUID r I morning at' TVclodsTrain.No.4 .' Tabarras&Co.Safes ,

I now departing at 12:15 ,.
FLORIDA. FRIDAY ,MORNING, JANUARY :!6. 1906 I W WITHACQUIRE and''which is commonly known as the -
[ (I\\ J& -THE CON noon train will leave the city twenty Safes! Safes
TACT OF !
minutes earlier, or at 11:55: a. m.
F- i> HM. -*- ii \/1./ ONE J>)JU>P
; ttrKfaflMl \ \ A-.L1LM, The Mobile train. No. 5, on its return -
-; V __ OF TsZ'TO trip will reach the city forty Buy Diebold Safes!
: WHERE THE JOURNAL NEWS AND VIEWS' I ___ CFu5E AVIOLT minutes earlier, getting hers at 6:30 p.

b' ; CAN, BE FOUND. FROM STATE PAPERS. 01.. instead of 7:10 as is now the case. Scarritt Moreno

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The Pensacola Journal la on at : Agent.

l&1e..t the following places In It f think we can\ get back to the post by
the city: Secession Threatened. "
tomorrow
I Bay Hotel. *! Civic affairs In Polk county are getting There: was night little need of' caution for

it A Coo's Book Store. *: considerably strained.For I the ground the bank was covered -
,T Depot News Stand..r- many months Lakeland and that : along Marine Grocery Co.
f Gem Book Store. *, :with pine;, needles .and! gave no ,'
section of the country has been vigorously -
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;"- Hotel Escambla. *, protesting against the mannerof Vound"of tbEl&tlootsteps.Jlndth& : '! ; I.6O4536; 608. 610';-S. Palsfcx St.

1": Merchants Hotel.! # governing-the county claiming that were so thick'as. conceal everythinga Phone 725.

L ft Southern Hotel. # seat of government at Bartow, was few rods :.away. It was only 'when
V. J. VIDAL
r', Thompson's Book Store.. *. usurping all the powers. they had approached to'1'fitbJnJ, thirty Manager.THE .
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Walker's Book Store. "
. \ Demand after ictmand' has been toYOU? yards that theyTsaw the) cabin.
I-. 4 m'' made for a change in affairs, but this But before they reached it a woman HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
..... e $ ... ... : EAT.
_ I seems to have been to no a\'ail.Xow' .WJ4 came hurrying out. wringing her hands. .
comes Lakeland with a proposition "Oh, men Dleu, mon Dleu!" she'! cried Just Received:

t : Another Southern Hero to secede. wildly. -"My husband has been hurt Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Luirt
A new county is proposed, with by a falling tree and must hare a1 I! 50 kits of fancy Mackerel. $l.ot: par
Lakeland as the county seat or elsea ,
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Called Rest. kit.
: to doctor. It i is sixty 3>iles, and I hare
campaign for the removal of the { 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit
county seat from: Bartow to Lakeland., a little baby'and cannot leave It and !I
t The death of General Joseph I, 50 kits halibut fins $1.25 per kit
This new proposition will certainly mv husband. Oh,inessleurs. messieurs 50 kits of ,Cod Tongues.and Soundi.
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t, Wheeler -which occurred at the home I I bring on more trouble.-Tampa' Her do not let him did"! 'I I 51.25 per kit.Bloa.ers .

of his ulster in Brooklyn. evening I ald. Le Page was, a man o( quick thought ; Milkers and Roes Herns!!;

y t will cause a wave of sorrow'to sweep S and prompt action and of sympatheticheart. Codfish, Pickled Salmon, Pill PicJJel,
t The Hazing Scandal.It l. Whirling to his men he said German Saner Krout
.' t,' over the entire 'country but particularly is said that the Naval Academy bluntly: j Pigs Feet in kIts $1.00.

- 1 will his demise be regretted In at Annapolis makes'fine sailors of the 'You will 'return at ,once to the i Manewal and Lange's Fruit CaIn
American lads. From evidence in the factor. 'Tell him 'the' expedition Is a 'National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake ::>:
the Southland, where during life he
would that the
hazing it
cases seem
? per pcund.
failure. Wait.,I will! .send him a note.
was honored as a hero, and where his academy makes hardened liars under AVe handle the celebrated blends i
He scribbled a' few the backof
jines\ on
E. cath of some American 'S as well.- /q Coffee roastrd by tb Gulf City Cars:
: memory: will be. cherished, not only Madison New Enterprise. an enveinpe'and gave It to one of Co., H. P. Chipman, Manager
the menu ?:\QWgo, :I" he or ered. The lb. Gold
; by his comrades, whofought and bled Oaxaca. 35c ; Standard.' !>
I\ Sufficiently Elastic; note rea4: lb: Diamond Blend, 25c lb; Golds
i with him during the great strife of the ,
Talking about, elastic currency, it southern men. both at stage of Factor-I 'djd apt :hive the nerve after RIo 20c lb.
.sixties, but by old. and young alike seems that when money In New York every ; ?Mt : rtiVi'; "f'itK fH if. :aaif1 ; alL I am;saint: to 'the "Rive des Quince t!J Strictly fresh roasted and as gO'i!
t City can demand 100 per cent intereston our government's history. ,He paid! f post after doctor for the jnan. who is las any Coffee :sold in this city
time shall last.
af long as one |day,' aud'begla..d to get 4 peicEnt eloquent tribute to the memory of the The Journal's Daily Short Story i Of hurt oourre'I can,t/'thAn;go'nickerthan lose the 'C2OO any one due else.me. Send us your orders and we 1111I! ft j
famous \
the next day, there is "elasticity" warriors the south had produced since I l .vetb: company's ervlce. lIver! promptly.:

Uncle Joe Cannon 'objects .to being enough for anybody That fact, is that suggested as three types for! I..EPAGE., .-'- '
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I L called "The Czar." Maybe Sultan, the Wall Street magnates have our 'emulation the characters' of Jefferson :1 But be d14| not lose themoney.: ,
glorious country by the throat and ftere.Le Page Lacked Nerve I ;
4 Pascha or ,Datto would please him bet they can bring on a money panic at Davis, Robert E. Lee and Stonewall'': *C*i i Three mbhtbiTaf{ejrward a l letter reached Brosnah'amDotson&Co, |

ter.- - will.-Brownson Times-Democrat. Jackson. Lord Woolsey bia1: said R.I, '1 I t him through an Indian "r iiner. "It"I Dollar Makers Machinists
r1 S. S E. Lee was the greatest general of his'] BY FRANK H. SWEET was fromjhe! company's_ office In Lou- ,
time. 1 and Founders.
Every remembered ,
one ad '
Afraid of the. Cars' ? monition of his son that 'duty was the. the-! ; CopVriglit 1S05., by Frank :::Sweet *1 don and ran: I t Steamship and Mill Supplits.OtRff .

i. The United States The antl-Lamar, pro-corporation papers grandest word, in the, English rani i I .. I3Ht By advice| of our' correspondent at Qu Phone 911f. (011.1 StW W wJI
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are howlirfe mightily about Bill- guage." ** ,-,-,-,. I, bee we have/decIdd to appoint' you to the I Res,4ene't1ione9fi Fns!>>wli. Y.iorit.
i and the Philippines. ., .' but are sorter slow in bringing out an In referring to the noble- charactea,1of factorshlp of the trading post whleh controls t lAII Work has Our Personal Attention

opposition candidate. Guess they are Jefferson Davis he declared that as I "But.tac.to:1t BoeflOjBme like putting boors thleave, the country. They'llgo your s,ftlon. your predecessor we
} have transferred to another Tours
i 'The occupation of the-.Phllipplne Islands 'fraid of the cars.*'-S Momicello* News. attorney general of Florida"bp",framed r our hand' Into. aomher's cacheremonstrated.Le ,**- All right.{. 1 followed that methoo respectfully* '.' ,',r*,'P .YNE";post Secretary i- --k-

by the United States 'has been the bill which made Davis; birthday' Page bluntly.. until I Va* given, charge of a post. P. 8.-Any. arrears, ,of salary due you

i a subject of corirroversy erer since Mr. Bryan a Datto.' a holiday in his'state. Adverting tel)1, '"It's puttid'g our hands nponisboul-- And. 'Le raer'"Yes rill- be sent from! Quebfto.offlca: 1 We Give You a
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If William J< Bryan wants to retain modern conditions, Judge' Lamar said I I ers that 'are bending over our own factor." ,

Dewey sank the Spanish fleet, 'but his hold on the affections of the great that we have too much commercialism cache," rt>tortethe, factor angrily. "You will discontinue baring ,..onr'war '1'.le'Cbl"atma8. Iii
peopeOf: America he had better in : public life. With much ) Iays.
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common our emphasis Guaranteeof
since Congressman Nicholas "Our company came into this countryfirst of tooking at things. I YOU belongto Christmas.which usually regardedas
, Long'j I stop monkeying.with foreign decor- he declared that we should get '
'( and ranged it from the divide to the company and I voice the com the of all the has
; worth the prospective ations and titles. The-other day over back to the clays of Madison Calhoun happiest day" : year j
in tlie' Philippine Islaha's' one of the and men of that class if our country,, the snow line unmolested' and now pany's ord!rs. Understand? Any fall- frequently witnessed tragic events. good work,. and wars
Roosevelt has declared him-
Ii: President native tribes made him a full-fledged would preserve untainted and un-t these interlop' ,*.sneak In and appropriate nre.on yoijr part.'or leaving the service Diocletian; 'began' "oneS of his 'persecu j we say good work ,*

t 'se-lf as in. favor of relinquishing: the "Datto." We don't know what a tarnt ,ned the principles which form '! the best trapping valley in the means losing everything comingto tions,of the L'f hils Was In, 303 when j man the very best "bj -

: islands ,as' soon as they are Datto is, but it's not consistent with the bed rock of our independence and,,, whole section': They must be' driveni JI you. T d's the contract" on Christmday' he burned! a church j tamable? by means of

th$ leadership of the great unterrifled glory. ,i I out Le Page, and you must do It." "I have read it." smilingly; "and my full of the oljowere of the Xazarene. .equipment.MODERN .
: k. ot self-government,' comment Cap&bl\1 I In this "country: and if Mr. Bryan encourages '" looking interfered
has
: t i i Well. tnottgbtftHy suppose! I way of at things never William Conqueror is said to hare
v matter has been spurred .into r this sort of thing, when he 55.&r. One- Crop- and- Die. could do it. But from the divide to the with my work so far. You slaughtered IQQ.OOO 'men. women and LAUNDRY METHODS

4: activity. The! Birmingham' 'Age-Herald gets around want to Turkey to make in him his a travels Pasha The sago palm tree bears but on. I I snow line 1 a, big territory for one know that," children oh Christmas day ,In the year and intelligent operatim.

I I they may Tails invest him with crop of fruit. Its load of nuts is Its, j I[company to.clalm, factor, and I don't Yea the factor kmew it. But !still his 1008. '_ Let do -ab
with Nine and us your
! t discussing! the Ph11lpIJne'subJ ct., has the Grand Order of the Harem" -and first and final effort In the way of fniijbearlad 'think any of our men have been Into I, ..Yel''followed the strong figure as it In 1170 Thomas a Becket preached a i

I the following to say: that; would be his finish.-Live Oak The nuts become ripe and that particular yeller for more than I i, strode away with anything but friendly I Christmas'day sermon, that caused his The Star Steam

, In China public sentiment is turning Democrat. are strewn In thousands around the I<''two years. It is fifty miles away and ,', looks. There was bad blood between death four days ia'tfr. I

against the ,western nations in- S tree until the great stem stands up by ',off our regular" line of workI; gener- the two and but for the fact that Le John Wycjif, the great reformer, diedon '

chiding: toe United States' and ,China Ir.formation Wanted. Itself, empty and bare. The branch illy pcatter-my awn along the river Page was worth any three" men at theI Christmas day, J384- Laundry.

j;- will soon have a "well-drilled modern What Is a "peanut factory?" One turn brown and drop one by one' to the J j ountry on account of the animals om'ins I I post- and could control the others as I In 1663 Christmas diy in London 37 E. uarcen t5t. Phone 111Peritaeola.

army of 500.000 men. 'Ambitions Jatan. I Ic reported" to have been burned at ground. Inside the trunk the work f f i' to drink and the easier transportation. no one else l had ever done, and seemed saw the great plague at Its height. Flu.

p :i 'too. dislikes American occupation Norfolk. Va., last week. We have decay is going on until wht at onetime I I That family could remain in the i(i to have an instisctive. knowledge of One thousand people! were dying dalJ,.. -
' L of the' southern end of the long heard of wooden nutmegs. but if they was a mass of white sago and I!| valley a lifetime and not really! hurt us. where to obtain the best' and most ,\. ---

' F chain of islands in tha',Orient and on have begun to anuacture ,peanuts pith becomes nothing but a collection You know that factor. Besides, they pelts. he would long ago have found _. -. --'--'- -- -, ..-- --
L Its streets orators demanding that out of wooj: or anr other substance, of rotten brown fibers. One day the ,have Just as' much right here as we means of getting rid of him. Moreover -
' the United States be driven out of there Is no hope I left for the country.St. trade wind blows more strongly' than "' 'I
I I hat'''. And there is another thing. eoolly. -, he had an uneasy! feeling that the
them. What i Is demagogic in Japan Augustine*Record SS usual, and the leafless 'column of the and Ignoring the wrath that was I II company valued Le Page' services al

r today may become regular and authorized i trunk falls with a crash:destroying In I flaming to the factor's. face "ever since : most a'g m\1rh ns It ,lid his own. i
tomorrow. ft Is natural that Secretary Jones's Report. Its fall of the palms that BROWN
Secretary. C. Jones of the Pensa many young I beard how, they went to the valley : Inside of half an hour Le Page had 1b' ]
L both, Japan and China should dislikeWMt.rn are already springing from the nuts i N &
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'c. ; holdings in their part of the cola Chamber of Commerce, has our scattered some months before. last winter ijust a young man and his selected ammunition and provisionsand
I world. Germany will yet be crowded thanks for a copyof his last annual wife", across?OO miles of as bleak country : picked out the four men who were
report showing gratifying condition -, as t> 'a ever turned his to :
off the Shantung peninsula;and so will i I ,avery The Sibylline Book. even trapper j I accompany him'" the best at tbe
: England he. and England's influence of affairs 'as wellas a healthygrowth : It bark to, 1 have wished that I could I II I trading post he believed, and men after
recorded, of Tarquin the Proufi
I I for the past year. In it he 1 i I meet them and shake hands.?* ; his own heart Indefatigable .
' I at Shanguai rapidly, growing less. recommends expenditure of $5,000 for seventh emperor of Rome, that an old : strong! ; wiry
Just at this juncture arises Congressman I j "You seem to know all about thom.." ; vrl.o would fight or work so long :
' I I i the'next year in advertising Pensacola. woman came to him with nine, books :
Nick Ifcriicworth! who will I Frank L. Mayes, of The Journa'! which contained, she said. sacred ora. I sneered the factor., I| as strength lasted and on whom he ; HARDWARE COMPANY
soon be the son-in-law' of the adminIstration -!I "Xot n word more than yon. Anto'ne jI j jj 1 could
(has beenelected President for the eles. She asked an enormous price for I | depend. The work 1"U nut such
i and Bays: I neat year, a position and honor that them and when, the emperor refused." ;j was up that way trapping and told yout"batJu'told as! he would like, but thaVdid not mat ,.\
. "I, for owe am not in favor of hoU-I'' !I \ the ret of us. He met the
[ he has rightfully ,earned by his good I she flew into a-rage".threw three of the ter; It was the company's and he:1,
, lag the Philippine Islands as'a part I' work for that city.-De Funiak Breeze. I man himself and heard him say that lie I In
books the
Into the: fire and still asked the {'ompa'lt'.s service. :
t, *f the United States a moment longer : had not been married! \long and that tbe The ; EVERYTHING: in HARDWARE
same price for the remainder. The emperor second; day they reached the
than we absolutely have to. I am in I
again refused, and she thereupon I' two had reached the valley in gsodi I head of the valley entering It by -
favor of: turning those islands over to way T T"; h -- -
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threw three more into'the fire and still i condition. That is all. only you and I of a ravine through which plunged an
the Filipino people to themselves
. govern &, LAMAR SPEAKS AT #, I
, at the very first moment: that X. JACKSON DAY BANQUET. asked the sahje price for the'three re loak at things differently." !Ilry stream. This they waded. Beyond. BELTING VALVES AND FITTINGS,
I II maining. This so astonished the emperor Tbe 'wrath could not contain ; the ,
rach ground 'sloped
' thy are capable of governing th.:!melves. I ?*- :i rapidly and was
'- How soon that time may{I,.. Washington Star I that bet bon ;bt the three at the i Itself longerv I(, thickly wooded They could overlook ,

come Providence alone knows. but I ? II I price for which In the first .instance! he "Perhaps"."- be'stormed but you'll I|I most'of the valley.I ., v "> -
/*! NAILS BAR IRON
4: say the sooner the' better. To speed! !" H fl" : "fl""" I might have had the nine. These were 'j do this just as I look nt It. You're unI I I MXow, men" raid Le Page "suppose ,

: that moment I am in'favor of this nation the" Sibylline books and their content. j de: contract to th('"romr"Dr." j[r tre scatter end work gradually down
doing sverythirij It can do to give I I l The birthday anniversary: of Gen.I .j were long looked by the Roman* : I
? I upon : For five; $'ran&. calmly, "to hnnt, j the valley era mining the woods thor- MASURY'S READY-MADE RAILROAD

', them material benefits.. to uplift thm Stonewall" Jackson ,was conmemo-, as divine oracles. trap and doithe work according to ay j i oughly. They have likely built a cabin I I -' ,
mentally and morally: I'I rated last evening by the local campy t -' ability. I am satisfiedI ." ,, romewbere..(sand.lf they see,us first ant "'-; :

What with China and Japan urging)''of the Sons of Confederate Veterans! Aids .. Biter 1 I I "Well" men cingly. "you will take i iI i suspect our,.errand they may try to .j I PAINTS' ,,
us to get out of the Orient and Congressman -,'I wHir a banquet at the Rlggs House.i', Ants are terrible fighters. They have I!! four men 'and-' jn to this yHean *Iclear keep out of !Ight." I
Longworth advising us to, : i
considering th. I
powerful "
very Jaws "
it of its vermin. "Wait
.
r' torn'the Philippines'loose at the first | The event was voted the most successful -! ize of their bodies and therefore their :[ "How*'' the'men"Iso't a moment exclaimed one of i F'AIRBANIC'S-SCALES,
tr favorable opportunity, it begins to of the kind1 ever held *n this city i ; \ :, that smoke half a mileor I .
method Is by biting. 'They will bite '
one ",\ny wajj yon! likr.,8.log as ifs ,so down yonder, II ''I '
I :; over those I
If pine
1- look as our over-sea experiment! ,
There were several eloquent speakers. another and liold on with a wonderful i
the faetorYou
: done !
L<: which has cost legs.us over JSOO.000,000, I la'on including Representative: William t grip of the Ja"vs. even after all of their : thoroughly.AnlpM iievcr SiP 1 :a qnestloa like that !! topsAnd he pointed with his fln- i sU" I STOVES AND RANGES.
Its ,
last Bailey .Lamar of- Florida, Representaftive legs have been bitten"off by other ants. ;i i JfT.Le (
before. be.
I' I, Yon nrJJt losing nerve I I Page shaded his .
I John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee'Represenatle Sometimes ants eyes."Yes I 'x,
six: or eight will fo Shoot them bum them drown them : "
: that's be
smoke said :
I after
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t Panama mosquitoes and graft appear ( Asbury F. Lever otI >II flinging with ,a death hold to one anOther i there are "U'1S enough Or no"on-'i sharp scrutiny, "and it seems a I ...AGENTS...
I I the
near
South. Carolina., Representative Sidney I II I
peculiar: '
a spectacle '
making
J-. to ba running, a njck and reckrace'on fjf .BW::, t"o Alabama and others of(: same with a Jeg gone and some wltb trolling himself with ah cfiort- "per- I stream. They've built there on account -NEW'YORK BELTING AND PACKING CO.NEW. .

,;" the IsthmusL .. I local prominence. : | half the bodyfgone. One singular facts \I hap you'd better not do that. Storie .I of the water. Well we'll follow -I
1 I Southern Traditions. ;; get" out and prejudice the country i. right down the bank' and settle YORK LEATHE BELTING CO.
that the of an ant's is I
grip jaw re.
f Representative William Lamar against Ujl. l-Visbten them off A. things at But
\1-- once. mind. I
men,
L would probably make a tamed ,the body has been no
: after
Col even
; of Florida responded to the i good way Is to destroy their vamp and II fighting unless there's need We'll'try Mall Orders'Shipped Same Day ReceivedJi"f
gold brick sales toa51.1 bitten off and! nothing but the bead remains. i
bawling success as a. "Our Southern Traditions. He I
If.::. I provisions and take away all thfir! I to persuade them to leave .
briefly : peaceably ; ; a
bunco steerer. ed to the great I ,
man agenteel thein
or J.
weapons then
r give --- .so.-i- ,, 1.tji ,refuse tojgpwe'lj .use,,force.,
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I ;.,'{ .. .. Along about noon, as I'teas riding borse- I
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came upon a settler" at his gate, and after

h. had brought my horse a ,pall of water,

he asked,.

"Stranger, did you meet a strapping
young man with a set Jaw between here
and EllendaleY'"Tea Geo14EBAlt: >

L tw I llleve I 414/.1 replied.

"tt'sll. that was my son Jim. going totown
L h THOSE MAKE-UPS.
OUR; NATIONAL GAME. to msrry. widder: woman 12 years -
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older than he is. Darn his hide, but he Tom-It's a true saying that figures'don't lie.

>!" ...,,-Yesterday's paper told of a man who met His death In a railroad wouldn't'Uaten to me. Did yon also meeta Dick-Well. I lee some x>n the streets that are very 4e h1I1t. S

accident while playing' poker.Reeder gal about 20 years old between here and
-Well he died, game.Told :, \ town r.' mTHEADYENTURES -' ,
"Cross OF WilliE THI 'NUT AND MISS 2HAKUM.tV
-eyed and herJno'se. .tamed up?" .
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by the Fireside. 1 t '.

," WILLIE THIKNUT .MEt W35 5HAKUM. UPON THE> : AVENUE)

:firs Smlthers had been reading the .., "
evening paper for half an hour when she' .. :.' 'I '*"h' '. HL

laid It aside and MiJ: ',,I' 'J' Iidll,
what is a grafter? I hare .
"Smlthers. ... .:;
met the word In every paper I've picked N 11Judge.Now ': .. rSroaght
up for the last three months. It doesn't ,
exactly seem to mean a burglar or high- Bastns. yon take the stand and tell the Jury the "whole"; truth
nay robber." i about those,thickens. "' -

":\0. net exactly" replied "Smithers. Hastus -the. prisoner)-To' Honor,.. 'JM rather lab! de Jury render Us verdict fnit.M vl -
For Instance I go to the club.tel .
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The boys press the wine on me until H ";W -

1 have a drop too much ," -. ILL elaaE A j'
"I 1 .ee." it"- DArt eoR :
"I 1 come home and fall Into bed and J '.w.t4 s"NpAr
tefj: like a log:'
\Vell
"\ou ret tip while I sleep and go
through inr pocket*, and the nest moru- -,_. ,. $$4r ., tar /
mz I mill J.V You say I must hare lost 1t1f111.ya r' / ,
It at poker\ but I know that you grafted r EMIh r 1
:lt." -" hlthie 1t
"t>o you mean to say I stol It?" : t J' '
dot at all dear, and you needn't look .:* ,: tiA
19 red ever It. irnft; means to find to ;' ,
feiuwter. to gobble; to keep, to beat the "Yon set up while'I sleep and go ""r r Jra
pojlrrholdtr any war you can and that' through my pockets. 1.\ 1 narhors. a, pall of water. --,
"hy'l bare been hiding;: my wallet under 1t
the front night for the last
every
iw ...I'f'...steps." 'wages in future. Tell her you'll hare to "Tep. That's my'dnfhter; Sal!, who's
And I-I-r keep out a dollar a week, for the yellow' gone to town to sue a feller for breach-.
"You ll hare to graft oil the cook's dog; fund." JOE .KERR. of-promlse. Dog her caU. but nobody erer ONE.! '

-- asked ter'to marry him or'eyer will. .

"I also meta, woman about DO years

old." I said.. MIL YOU MEET re HERE;' ALONE DEAR.ON SUNDAY ? PROMISE TRUE:
"Red hair and freckled faett"'That's !
eeI "Tea." _
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i---- y .T my old woman. I told her this

1,1- morning that i If she didn't -ike my ways S'S
she could take the ut"tde'ot the house

t p r IF 'and,. drat her antics, If she didn't walk off.
-' f was going to ask .you'to stop'to dinner
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l ;. IIr ,but as'things are as they are-"

I assured him that I wasn't a bit hnn- aQM aMALi
gry. and that his-excuses were' all right J r 1Na11[
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t and lent'hlm a Chew- of tobacco and left ..
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M'I, him trying. to whistle up his spirits tit
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"What'Is the difference between a / .
dog
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II r e and a eat?" Itll,1 i II'',0,' / '

"'-err Uttl4!, If the dog sees the cat' ti
I'' c 40 ii'! 'f ,' first."
"I don't hear your cUughttr''playing: th lf piano; now.'' '

'I i t tIII r ":\o, .The Society for beJ Prevention'Of'Cruelty. .to'Pianba interfered::"

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He Got A
Tip."In .
He Knew. TompHim. '

my tlrae," said the Drummer, "I TWO.
.VERVXIKELT.BUarpe '"Ton say you HT t at Stoiay: Dl'Qok'r'ftFkpd .. hare got a bnndre< sure things on the

scheme as a iabatltot&rfor! 'fire Isall the-,man '.bO:10(1kpl1. !'ike lawyer ;, races ana D. et' Mt It n'iI'e; Last monthI ; ;
Thompson says ltheolled.brick' 0(-tbe farmer who occupied a ,seat ,'wHU- iurelf" thought rir: s'at> ut to stride ttat' ( 5HELOOKEDfiER H>AUGNTIEST.AND SAID 'I WONDER I YOU KNEW
right. He tried it. ,him in the mIDI! car., jiJ
. XVUe-I guess that over-Insured warehouse of his that was burned the- other ''Yes. 'I ir.", last.' f nilleJ'a: stranger front In front .
: : of a street car and Trteu he had recovered .
day J a> built of '
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them. < < "Tben you probably know 'Danlel'Tompklds .: '
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".As weB'Bs' I, know my own t
;({ ': ; : "Jest what sort of n man Is *'e aecofil'ing (! I I prove Iff Bet .your all an .Jlmmr 'G. to, j :
win tomorrow:
Nw.Orlesci!
tf) :your ideas? ry 1-
'. That acroiditiji' to whst ,you wauf'ef. 'Hav* Ion got a line on him?* t asked.
lm :- 'I own hint i nqt only own him, butFrll

How do yon mean?" l
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Ml Wall if I'was goiu down tn ask IMP t'rt ?Ala "Ii t
If he wouWn't nn for the Irpls'atnre" {lll A IeMgTInN4 1NtN :
en company would pay all The ejpenSffand "
give him $;:;Hrt to hoot I'iJ xpeit: I''r.
T-
J Ji / ; t rind him full of Christian rpsljnipjimi; : :nnJ < rr Itj
willing to do n.Ttiling far hi* if>inr.rInlt / '
f4 If 1 waft g"',H' down\ Ift .t\f\ hnr'?,/ j :
4 with him I'd expert to int-t a IVIKv! wh"Til 1 ,
i JI A714 ? .beat me out "f my ('," .t..1\1| anij let'nie. Find.him: Inn of ChrUtlaa. resign l +
C t t'1 'awl the ronntrr-and everything:: ,.j se. g.. rH nation. l //% 4k eiHl ,
\ 1/ 4 tiI' .the..de"il." t ...Jv ttltllllt/a/y 'J .'

I "I ,,-. I'"" Justq'tng: down to eee, j jf- Iran't htm ,Anr ort of a man at all. R.'U! ".t' a vtit 1 111 tlLqlw"NI,1 .
c..Ilert n Jn :;m-ct sciilm-i hi",.'.'. the del>s oa. you and make for the woods."* + / / '
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'Oh. that's It? Then dn.l All II "
ymi ou't JOE KERI / 1
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t t-, Fo HEET Ami ON SONDAYS NOT A LEGAL mlN( ,, TO DO ? .ii''lU

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I've Cot !It pied with the'owners ofthe
tl otter stttiers- let him ",ID."Tllt'li .**.

l "- you must e'quite. !' sure aboutIt ant I.
afar' a1Nas "
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1 I .1 I c i wawa t0 Naaoar .
'5nrei titer the sfartef tlill: l,..e'n fixed S.MI MONrsw

NII 1 r and aU tie jockey ere in. rind Jimmy 0, >aAr '
will; tome !II-Jt. ray-. in wait:
mush lk! .. .* II l'',
"It looked so easy 1D0a.,. '
;; / 1 said the iliumnwr, -that'I put $O; on. and h1 1 Ill) 1 /M i
'., could 'aat. ily Wilt, to get 1JIe reroru' next y tM iq N, .t'
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II I f S > ,1 "And ; lXl81t f;. cim* In five lengths r ,

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L .JLLc>1 ,.a3-j, '-Xo.slr. 1I .dloJD't com In at alt: He /

.. '>I: fell Oft Lie l rose: when half waylaronnd the 4 ,.
WERE SCANT track ad: after waiting around, for 10minutes 't :
COSTUMES
THEIR j ir ; : ) G..l : ..f '
backTiere.ftar ." 01 tot him to get up the other hones .. .
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Manager (behind tbe'acege1)) Ifs reryllulet tbflr : .t Lawyer-You hate a MJ lIar<1nM. '? r T11T1"! bad to gallopi-\\-t\ : *.sate'the lioeor ef the "
changing
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MannY. the ballet girls almost are nothing Qnat fumes.Ab time.td. : Burglar did lhe"Uwt. but. I cracked 1tJ.II\Tight all.right. J3.1SSSt racing, 'ttnHj." JOe KEHR. FUL'R ,
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I I., ,* PEOPLE and.' EVENTS -t'.1 .5: [' 1 fuNIAK ;__Clii i Y TQIkrS-%


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MISS JESSIE McCALL AND E. '-

| Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come :and | JEWEll MAE ONE TUESDAY' ; ==_ : --- : )


i Tarry < e Women and Society, Here and{ Elsewhere. | EVENING. '.- )


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f I By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. Special to The Journal _
f: D5Fua.ak. bpr.ngs, Jan 25,-T } 1
"'" "'" -S:: :: US:: wedding 01 JVnss Jessie M Call and _

Mr. E tf. JewelI was'celebrat-d in ,tne
.,i PROGRESS CLUB 1 F.rst Baptist church: 'i'aes.lay even 4 4J

_, EUCHRE The regular AND weekly DANCE.ladies euchre'I The Journal's Dany Fashion Feature? ? ing Before at s:,x tt-o'clock.* Hour! the; chare", wa3 ful

and dance of the Progress Club was I
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-narci
of jnvit d gu sts. Tee: wedding :
ery enjoyable ami'! a notable numberof : ; .
f. from: Loneagnn was plays by Mini: ,
the
: of out of town visitors added to "
. interest. Burke .Laaarum: to th? strains ofj
V which the bridal entered i
Among the visiting belles were Miss party
; Yetta Zlmmem of Mobile Miss Dora ',' Tic usaars, Mr. Gordan Henry and

; ttleiffer of Cincinnati. and Miss Harrt ,,, Hugh McC-ill:: ca-aefirat, one do\vntae
: son of New York. \ right ai.le, i-e ouer the lIt- Tjen, Gain Strenghfor Work

:- Mrs. Sol Calm won the first euchre M.sj Nanjle McCill.: the brdsnilidt: J JW2inn3

('rize, a pretty ornament and Miss \: : i wh'.te: s.lk cos)tum and cir:,
'
.l Yetta' Zimmern of Mobile captured avery rjing waits cirnitioaj cams down ins1' In office and factory, shop, store or kitchen girls are at

','. : handsome Japanese tra>'. I 4 left .a'sl': and tae, 'gro) sma1. Mr j
this land and alas! far beyond their strength.
work 'all
*
i 'There was delightful music all even I 'I ) ( a' "' hurt Murray, flowed U2: : usher down" over '
lag and some of the young people the IstL Miss Mary Lou Cawthon Young women who viork are especially liable to female Ills Too often
; repudiated cards in favor of the ball maid of honor dressed. in point d':?:;-
loom quite early in the evening. f pr't ovewh:tj; silk cares next follow-j 3 the girl is the bread winner of the family and she must toil unremit-

-.- ed by little Malna ,Murray wuo carrie her limbs and abdomen throb
back does ache
if her
tingly no matter ,
MRS. BELL'S ,
:: SIDNEY 1 :! a ba3&et of flowers which she ,
;.' ,BIRTHDAY CARD PARTY. :! \ '\ scatters: in th? able in front of tho: with dull pain and dragging sensations and dizzy spells make her
t Mrs.: Sidney Bell entertained a few f
: t bride waa entered with b!r father.
;- friends most pleasantly Thursday afternoon I ) Dawn the ail3 following the''! utterly unfit for work. These are the_ ,_sure signs of female irregularities
: 'with to celebrate her, .
cards
groomsman came' M'. Jewell and fa's
kill and
which
beauty youth.tydiaL.Pinkham'sYegetabk.
birthday. : best man, Mr. Moss Floarnoy, priced'
: Five hand.euchre was the game into '::d by 1:t'le Clarence Brown: wto WESnlnsbearer.
1- ; which everybody entered with a
Littl3 Clarence wa3 beautifully -
;Jolly' spirit. the contest resulting ,in : : dressed in whte: and carrrsd* Cpotind
hostess the first prize.
the capturing
1 tha,ring upon a cushion o/ viole's The
: Mrs. Geor'ge Pfeiffer the second Mrs.

"_ Harry Blumer the third and Miss Alice / / 'H'i: of ceremony Gsneva.was pastor performed of by the Mr Baptist Reese I builds health and strength for-all women who work and are weary. ItS

t" Levy consolation.) :
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i A delicious speard, including a salau': I \ church there. After t'a-: ceremonywas creates the vitality that makes work easy. From the thousands of

.. .. over MendHsshqn's wedding
and -
I course eweets, 'turkey was prettily sandwiches served, fruits after the march 'nasplayed abd' the brIdal! grateful letters written by working' girls .10 Mrs. Pinkham we quote

game And added to the pleasant so- ty passed out through the'center liar"l '
\ the
cialbllity: the occasion / Ii \ \\\2 ( : The bride dr ss was white silk following :

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: Mrs. Bell's Mrs.: James chiffon Tdress:, She 'wore ,a veU'
guests were.
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t DEAR MRS. PINKHAM :-1 I I- feel It my duty.t6 teH you the good Lydia '
'Blanche.Mrs. caught..with.,orang4 Vtssoms ,and car
BJcHugh"and: daughter Miss "
( E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier have done for me.
Julia Mooney, Mrs Blumer and \ :X ried a banquet of white' roses an 1 ,
; Blrs. Harry Blumer, Mrs. Joe Roth I : lilies of the >alley.,! .Tha,maid of hon, "- Before I took them I.was,very nervous, ttadJ dull: !! headaches,pains in back,

';, Miss Alice Levy, Mrs M. L.. Rocn. or. Mhs :Mary Lou Cawthon carried __j! aid: was.. very irregular. 1 had been to. several doctors, and they did
Mrs. Eugene loch Mrs George Pfeiffer '. a shower bouquet of'pink! rosss j me no good.

and Mrs: Witkovski. The church, was' prettily decoratedin Your medicine has made me well! and'strong, I can do most any kind of
-+- green and white Clustery of bells
work without complaint.and my periods are all right.
,
WHAT ARE WE were suspended from of Ivy and -
ropes
I In better health than I and I know It Is all due to
' COMING TO? i ) trqc1. just over the spot,where the bride and am ever was, your

i Not long since a well known and groom stood was "a: largl bell surrounded remedies. I recommend your advice and medicine, to,all who suffer.

apparent 1 well Informed gentleman \ with smaller ones. S Miss ABBY F. BARR .' .,Nelsonvllle, Athens Co., Ohio.
-' remarked that- A reception was held,at the,home of
"I don't wish my women folks to t.'J the' bride. Cake ambrosia and fruit ''
Oh American'girls who work would only realize that they have but
:, get this idea of higher education in punch were s"rve1. by ,)young ladies, ,

"' their heads. They are well enough as friend-j of the bride:, 'one life to live, and make the most of their precious health and
they are. Look at Mrs and Mr. and Mr. Jew ll left on the even

;- Mrs. and the'Misses and ,,. ',.. .: biz train' for a short bridal trip and strength !,
f _. and a dozen more I could name.i -rf" _v.- will be at home l In/Geiie'va' after Feb
:That do they know that is useful; : ruary 1. ':4' Mrs. Pinkham extends to every working girl who: is ,In ill health a

. that our wives' and daughters don't The*brida's traveling'. dress. was of cordial! invitation to write her for advice. Such letters are always kept
Know? No not thin'o
. a thing- a gray silk. ". '
er-not a thing that's ,worth a straw strictly confidential, and from her vast experience Mrs. Pinkham probably -
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In A practical few nights knowledge.after that one of that "ETCHING LITTLE DUTCH 'FROCK. -4' t REPRESENTATIVEfOF AVINc4OMPANYHERE. has'the very knowledge that'will help you-and may save your,life.

;, Snan's sons burst unceremoniously into This fetching design which \a 'vari|| into the lelt, and both blouse 'and! '

*. a neighbor's sitting room with the ously known as the Dutch frock and'I>''I skirt ana sewn to the same belt tape] J. E. Donaldson, agent of the i Lydia E. :Plnkham's Vegetable' Compound Cures' Where Others Fall
tearful exclamation"Mrs the is a' biscuit >
. almost Puritan made up in Tbs skirt has p1eats atpe\ band.1 Bitulitchie Paving Company is in the
> (one of the ladies the henrl tL'1. with black velvet for the I i[ stitched down for a few Inches only ] city in an effort to introduce the paving
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father had refrred to so contemptuously squars jok? collar and, the upstandingcuff !: and then left to flare., A deep tuck material of his firm here. _
' above) please help me with my lesson at the elbow. Tae crush b.elt. too.1! above the hem makes a' quaint It-4s understood that heIntends laja -
,' won't ? ,Mamma ana1 the is of this latter material, black I -
you : girlscan't the The guimne is on a false sample'walk' in. some section of the

- and I don't believe Pnppa can, making A very pleasant effect" on the I I that the gown may be worn finiSh.l,city in ,order ihatatke city officials, __ ..... __ __ --_' ____ h -, -o== ,- -- ,
' for be tried awhile and then told me 1 1l light tan shad". 'Th-3 woolen,material l'I without it, as 'caprice-'or cc as well as others ,can, see how It appears : .............. ............ ..o.........e.,
: not to bother blm-hes
; : too busy-butlie's forms a little blouse waist, ,:caught I I I Idictat. : )and test its durability, At present : '

:. : just in my smoklnsr physiology Its just I, don't one understand thinghere '! 1 I 'I the L.the&fre'ght, N. from'rates,Birmingham, on'material to over Pen 1\I POLLARD, ALA.

t t and I'm trying" for an all round women discussing certain local needs. special interest to Pensacola because I, eucola are' fifty cents per ton higher ::1 Graceful Parlor Pieces i

' 1 record this term. grew rather* cxtra\agant in their sentimentH cf the fact that the groom has been I, than' from tho same'"point' to New Orleans j
She cheerfully complied as she had pro and con as expressed regarding invited to preach at the First!; Presby. but the company is endeavoring
done frequently before and in Mr. Henry II. finally ., Special to The Journal. I- $
; twenty Rogers terian church in this Feb. 11 I.tI
. city on : to adjust this I
minutes that bright but discouragedboy appealing to one who had listened in Midway, Ky., Jan., 23.Special( ) .., : ", Pollard., Ma, Jan.fr. Hodgeboowrturne.l .I Ournew parlor furniture Is smart,of endless variety and :
:' went home :with a clear comprehension the most flattering manner to their Miss Ruth 'Parrish was marneu'to thfc' to, Pollard! Saturday night !I. very s(>rvic( blf>. A particularly noticeable! feature is .

of the .exed question which opinions when she astonished them Rev Humphrey B. Folk, at noon ,to- Baby Wn'tsufft"'e'minuts"'wltb i' and booked a few mere subscribers J!j jHe i i that Ihe J less expensive piece possess much of the same
; : is the key to many future lessons in and the two men 'present by sajing day at the home of P. P. Parish her croup If you apply.Dr. ThQmas' Kclec ka\es for Jay, Fia Tuesday to S style finish and artistic :workmanship of the more ex.t. i.

: life as welL "as in his present study quietly: i father The wedding was a quiet one. trio Oil at once.. Htacls?... like magic.' make' a thorough canvas of Santa : p-nslve pieces You can buy it with the pasitiva assurance -

' ". class. "R ally mj knowledge' is too superficial only the members of the family being Rosa 'cojnlj, We wish much success, ,I : S that it is thoroughly reliable throughout, no matter :
,
f- On another occasion a roup of to 'ghe weight to my views' but present Rev. Edgar B, Folk, of Tennessee, brother ojf tho, was which no'doubt he will have, for ha is how low or high priced It may be. Buy now. pay .
groom
I have just finished reading Mr.:Law- i later
Nashville editor of the Baptist and among those iresent4 I'anvauing'ror', the best pal>,'r In th i :
son's 'Frenried Finanpe antf I try to Reflector: and brother of the groom, state. I, .

keep up with the press stories of the performed the ceremonassisted by ,Our citizens must not forget the reg '
Lieutenant Colonel A. de Pedernei- i
rARSTON &
insurance and other trust investigations Rev. QUINA !
GeorgeV. Kemper of the Chris-
ras, military attache of the Brazilian ular Wednesdj prayer meetings ,
'ieid- as we)l as I can on account of tian Church. After the marriage the Embassy, and Mme" de Pederneirab ths Methodist church, also at't! .

my husband and brother who are bridal party 'and assembled guests sat gave a charmingly':appointed dinnerat night at the Baptist church. We arej 108llq, S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. .
deeply Interested. To me Mr. Lawson down to an elegant breakfast The these'meetings. ..
their apartment l the 'Connecticut sorry to state so few attend .
appears, to be honest and truthful in bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. in this .clty on Monday as a: 'farewell ...o..eo........ ....... .".................."'

his! presentation of his experiencefrom P P. Parish, ana' comes from an old to Commander Routakoff..the'naval.'atache Mr. J. R. Coleman. of Pensacola. ,
his point of view and promisesto und '
L andThe be in prominent family. The groom :to the Russian'Embassr,,who returns spent Sunday with his mother ant
a stronger 'factor remedyingthan was for thirteen months pastor of the "
to St. Petersburg in a few brother; Mrs. Coleman, and W. C.
he has
been, in destroying Baptist Church here. He is
rather in calling destructive public jtSmster of ability and served a young the weeks The guests included Representative Mr: J. L Jernian.!!: of Pine Barren, New Crop Cane SyrupPut
opinion to- financial methods.I, and Mrs. Lamar tHe naval at a former citizen of Pollard was shakIng -
wrong church here with fideJit '. He resign
) I tache of the ,;French, Embassy and yis. hands: with his friends Sunday .
Flavorare Cut-if Mr. Rogers really did recoup!t ed recently! to take up work in another many
countess do Faramond, LieutenanOmmancer
I this Mark country Twains fortune priceless for service.him, he One.did',i Brownsville.state Rev. and Mrs Folk left, for Albert I: Key, naval aid tithe !Oscar and Gentry Monday.was uo from: Bluff up in all size packages
Tenn. where they will re- .
however that Goes not quite offset,, main a'week with Rev, Dr. Folk's President and Mrs. Kej, the milItary Springs vis'ting! fri<>nds.' lie left forChumuckU

what makes good tea certain priceless wrorrgs "to poorer'][mother. From there they 'go to Jefferson attache to the,German Embassy Fla. Tuesday on a,Msit. WRITE FOR PRICES
Major Korner MIss. Converse .
. ? or coffee and it is just as weaker follomen.: Wrongs which he' City. Mo., to visit Gov. J. W Itr.dlis Maud Shelby Mis O-orgia Scroggins Sundajed -
* cheap and a great deal is more than suspected of inaugurating t Folk, who is"a brother of the groom: Reg1ste-rr'CoiverseArnty'ane! In' Flomaton.

more satisfactory to hare i,and promoting to a' disgraceful result. Later they will spend A portiA (jt Navy -4- Miss Mamie Gill'am.' 'a charming Stores Southern States Lumber
the proper blend and the ." !I their honeymoon in FloridaHon. Miss Mattie Franklin and Miss young !lady of Hatt'sburg: Miss visited .. Supt. Company

. : right kind of flavor as to I "Why-I was never more surprised JReau B. Folk, State Treasurer of Smith !her .mother, Mr. T. N. Gilliam, our
Dixie have to their
! have something else., We | iu my life!" said one of her masculine returned bank cashier Saturday and Sunda '.I PENSACOLA FLORIDA
.. homes in Greenville Ala., after a de-
cellChase '. auditors describing the scene to his Miss Gilliam is visiting her s;sttr in ,
liehtful visit to Mrs C. C. Goodmanwho
fEmIlJ' "You could have knocked me I THE LITTLE WIDOWA C nt trt. Fla.Vlrs. -.
down with a feather I didn't know is always charming hostess I I '
."D C. Avant arrived Sunday
& Sanborn'sSeal Good Sort \ to I far at laa two Sundays in the month.
: \jou women ever read anything but Mighty ,Neighbor froni Mois, : t
; Point Miss., and is visitfnghersIte -
The Obceola Club dance will be
I jour Bibles and novels and the society Have. He is in charge of the Atmo-e churc'ifor
'given ,on Tuesday night Jan 30, and ; Mrs. W. H. Kennedy.J. : .
; Brand she was page pretty of The closely Journal"relatea And: to him jet "A little'widow a neighbor ot.mine: not on Wednesday night, Jan., 31 as Mr, Rv Curry will preach! next 1 I Pollard two 8unda's.ij an Incorporated town

-in-law." persuaded me to try Grape-Nuts when stated ,in this column yesterday. Sunday Jhe Baptist chnrch. We are i with a major and councilmen but no Beta
my stomach 00 weak that it would Infoimed? he wi'l very likely be called -
":Iy sister took my breath away was I marshal,or'at leat if .abe has one he
' Java and Mocha this morning at the breakfast table,"I not retain food of any other, kind," The many friends of Mr. T. J. Roberts I II is in hiding. Come out Mr. Marshal

said a young man calling at the homeof writes a grateful woman, from San of 710 Eeventh avenue and esjpeciallv and do a !'ittle stunt on o.ur' stra:!Ja.
the gentleman when he made'that Bernardino Co.. Cal. j i ; his Veteran comrades will be Strangers will think! w are drunk but''
: Coffee and I **I had len ill and confined to)I to that he is
; ( pleased learn recoveringfrom
. statement from the ;
, ,"by looking up part we are only trying to keep our feet Scrap Bookand
''of The Journal she was reading and my bed 'with fever and 'nervous} pros.-I his attack of pneumonia dr)'. '
: tratlon fcr three Ions months after I Hot

!. Rio Coffee. I exclaiming"If the distinguished father of the. the birth of my second boy. 'We were){ Mrs.- Charles Larcum is anticipatingwith after Miss an Pearl extended, Hilton?visit, arrived with her Sunday sIster -

in despair until the little"wldow.e advice pleasure a, visit from Mrs Ken- '
present mayor of New York could be and friends at Mosi Point, Miss..
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> You know what These beard from he would certainly amend brought relief. S J i dall of Andalusia Ala., who is ex- Chocolatewith "A" colored minstrel show showed save: the particularly
" goods are and if you do his famous declaration by including "I liked Grap -Nuts food from the pectea1: in a few days. I : fine poems or other mat
In show
town to Monday
: not you should try them lute-making as a matter for local ban' beginning, 'and In an In redlblY'short I I up Sunday I : ter :you see In the newspapers .
I at once.: Our dUng" ; time' it gave me such strength that I The friends of Mr. and Mrs J. W: night. They showed themselves inj :: and magazines almost -

, "And what din' you say?" slyly inquired wag able to leave my bed and enjoy t Kohler-who: left last week for Day- their so-called parade and. in theirperformanea I every day. In this

: Chase ,& Sanborn's the father ot_"the one girl" I my three, good meals a ',dayIn two i iI' tona to visit their son' Mr.: :Joe'A'I [ Monday nijht.Mr 1 way you soon have a col
ad Mrs Carl Williamson,
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: "Well-to tell the truth-I-the fact months :'1y weight Increased from .95 s 'I Kobler and witness the Whipped'Cream S ? lection of the choicest
! Teas l U I asked herswhat she was talkingabout" I't to pounds, my nervsp had'steadied races this week-will regret to learn.!) from Jay. Fla. passed through Pollard!II gems of literature.! Fin,
-said the frank young fellow.:, down and I felt ready for anything.:. that Mr. Kohler baa had a' relapse and i for :Mabile, Ala. on a pleasure bent, serviceable

i ; are of an 'equally-' right "for I really did not knew till she told: My neighbors were amazed ,to see me:: has been quite III ,since his arrival*' I and also to att'-nd to business' last

, Use them" me But-sis 'is all right. She was< gain so rapidly and still-more so whgai i and was probably unable to see tnej'I I Monday:
grade. once
I races 'which he anticipated Mr. II. I). Finlay one of Pollard's
kind enough to,not crow over me saving they heard that alone had with ], and I
Books
; and you will always drink t Grape-Nuts S dainty wafers-try a
.., them thereafter. she had more time'to keep up with'i brought the change. truck pleasure. cup to-day and well progressive merchants accompanied: Scrap
I'I I I by his ife., went to Mobile Ala. Tue
such things because she expects to I[ "My year-old boy has eczema very wager joull drop in again *
Miss Pearl Sheppard entertained in business and pleasure.A .
,, become an expert le' al stenographerand 1 bad last spring and lost his appetite I to-morrow. Only day on
so reads everything." "The" girl' ,,'blch' a charming manner her friends anc! pure
entirely made him cross anj Chocolate and
'; used with
laughed merrily then asked- schoolmates at the.Country CJnb Wed I 25cto $1.
peevish. I him diet of GraPsNuts Card. ,
'I put on a I the knowhoV la prep-
nesday The'easion
I "And what part, of The Journal evening. was
which he relished at once. Hs aratlon the product U hot
Miss Pearl's fourteenth anniversaryand j. This Is to certify that all druggistsare
read 1c.sir?
:: Sol Cahn & CO. I were"0.you I was eating' my breakfast but'father eczema Improved disappeared from the a beginning nd now ,he ths is after a delightful repast.the young I f drink perfection. authorized to refund your money -

was reading the-the-ahem- fat and people amused themselves with games if oley's Honey'and Tar falls to cure 't>
. Want a(h.! 'in the other part," was the clear rosy with a delightfully soft.',and tianclng until 9 o'clock her I ---- I your cough or cold. It stops the I
skn. diet .did',
The Grape-Notg
The Pure Food Store I laughing reply it. I will friends wishing her many happy returns II cough, heals the lungs and: 'prevents '
willingly answer"U In
-+- of the anniversary. serious results from a ceLl Cures la Coe's Bookstore
Kitchen
quiries. Name Postum Co, Kandy Cafe
given by .
$.uthwest C.rn,r PaUfoi and latestesdi.: I I NOTABLE NUPTIALS grippe cough and prevents pneumonia I
Battle Creek. Mich.There's Best .
Ever Made-Blue Ribbon I em- and consumptionCOntaIns' no -

rf .w Phoneifi\] I I IN KENTUCKY.following a reason. Read the" little on and Vanilla Absolutely pure L !104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 The genuine[ In a yellow opiates 213 SPalafoz' Stre3S ?t.
The Midway Ky. special book. "The Road ,to Wellvllle' ,, In Goes twice as,far and gives desssrts :, package Refcse substitutes. W A.I

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;. $650.00 FOR A' HOME, (YOU OWE ITJO r


The Safest $65:>::00 'FOR: A HOME' 'I : '
HOOTON
Investment YOURSELF &: WATSON: '
on East ,IntendencJa Jtr; et.. .3 tooms.: 1 _AND FAMILY ,
Lot 40 b$' 170 This is cheap. .:, *
Successors to Tbos. C. Watson 6 Co.


That Can Be Made Only 18 lots. Let'at | .t own.to provide We are for In them position a: home to give of their the Leading _Heal _Estate, Rental l and insurant' Igiacy -

16000!) en terms -
on terms o$10Ocash t aid which will enabh you to own
and SO'cents week. lla'vealmost

iii to put sour money lir !" 3i Iate in grow-tv sold_ out. These per Jots '*-m}\ dou- jour There own)was home.never. a .better timo A Few Attractive! Offerings in' Real Estate.
L
( city In
;; bIg \aluo before !
paid Hav4
for.
Every ;)
rear mllliollij of doUarti arc lost. $ )0 buy' ,houses and Jots than now. Almost
rcaU. by stock: inV' stors. abIutey' tic'onct lots in thc same- neighborhood on. '. th.t (; any property you select is bound $15COQ.0D-A large brick buUdin; on a m niJ butitfcss:: corner.

J '-' ,same terms. :; .! to pay you handsomely in a few years $7,50000 "A ,large, iCE. IjJng WCM of atd uar Palafox! SU about 230
f i;'.::, You maY as w!ll:get the best and ft. front by 1S2 ft. dep: A bar/d.lD. .

A Real Estate Investment i is that can 'be had from us. $7,250.00i.argesrory' : lu.ck: !i-1t ing. opposite site of New City Hall

I This mast b sold at once, or will be withdrawn from market.
LESLIE -E. BROOKS FOR SALEGroom $5,250.00-LargJ 2fe'ory dwelling with 10 rooms, servants quarters.

Never Wiped Out:.t: k ';' cottage on East.HlU oar line. "AFTERWARDS"or modern convehieaces.. Stone sidewalk. Lot 80 by 180 ft. West

: : : 204%' 8., Palafox St. Fisher: But&ng.j just the place for a home. good locality HaL! '

.., .:. and where It ,will' increase. In val at tira of final settlement It will 2,500.0Cer: > nice. cottage on North Hayne $t.. ,with lot 80 by

1 SaC U Is "P grcwIn* and nr rea* estate is show -- ; uc..j', .. .... ...$1750., show whether you are squarely dealt 1 123 ft

ing a hambora' profit. We are 'offt-ring'l'ome' very fine For Sale.- ". : : 5 lots and6 room cottage; corner. with or not., Ther are no delays inj I .$" ?,OOO.fJhl..1g two-story dwelling on North Davis btreet. Very do-

investments iu improved .na ummr oved : atl' .. Cervantes and R*us. Sure to be .worth sfrahj '

over tbs citj. Will b> glad! to hate you' call 'oA we.Pemsacola FOR S.\LE.-I0 lots on East Hill.! 4 more.. ._.* ... .. .'. ... ...3000.' ,Paying Fire Losses $2.000,00lot_ : on Eat 11111 car line: southern exposure. overlook.
blocks! from stret car line. For 7 room: new cottage, bath. and gas, lug bay. One of the prettiest building sites on East Hill.

terms address Box 68. New Citr.. .. .. .. .,. .. ..$1800. SI.CuOCC-Comfortable cottage on Brent Road. near Cotton Compress.
23jaalw' "Chlpley' *. Fla.. Elegant S room 3 story house, over-' written by companies we represent. $1.100.DO-Flve' dwelling with large lot cn corner; East Chase
: looking! ths bay. situated: near car It's a good t:me of the year to look I .street.$1,000.00Five. -

FOR SALE.- of after jour Insurance. Give us the bus.- desirable building lots making a frontage of 200
Improved and unimprov lIne and best part East Hill..$4500 very ;
I levestmeet CoA. cd property in all parts of the:city.i i 10' room 2 story furnace hsatetf: rev iness and it will be done to suit. you. j (t. near Stoddart's Place.

J A. Wilson & Co.. Real Estate Agents ':' idence best: part of North Hill. This LOA S. IN ANA'IOUXTS.. MADE ON REAL ESTATE ,SECURITY.

H. O'4LLflfHjjCily/ Manager. II 172.Room: 7. Salisbury building. Phone:: Is large and in one block of car line McDavid-Hyer Company, ON SHORT NOTICE. AND AT LTTTLC COST TO BOR--

23jan i: 10500. I ROWER.,
j w.KVOWLIS. President ,R. B. SIMPSO Secreta.rj. FOR SALE OR RENT-New I Th! ben 100 ,acre farm within 8 Agents New York
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I J.E. SI1LLMAN. V..Frej. anl Gon. Mwjjer. KNOWLES story 9,room dwelling together with imjles!I. of Pensacola: partly cultivated"sbingl Life Insurance Company 4 -RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PAT
Tmxum.. null timber RONG AND :IF YOUR RENT: RETURNS ARE UNSATISFAO
and of
Real Estate 5 lots cor. 9th ave. and 12th st East plenty 8 E.: Government Street.
I loans, General Investments. J TORY. PLACE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR- HANDS: AND INSURE
II11U Half block from car line. Most $1000. Phone 7CO. 'Pensacola, Fla.:. S.TJSFA1TIONFIRE: INSURANCE PLACED IN FIFTEEN OF
215 South Palafox desirable residence location .1i ;city I' FOR RENT.
Street \ -
THE
Pensacola Florida.l For VERY OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES IF YOU WANT TORE
particulars call at address-: ; or Small cottage good, water and two
: Board T A DWELLING OR STORE OR DESIRE A RENTAL AGENT
,. 0\- write to Box 427. 21janlw* Saunders mill .. and Rooms. 1
'E .. acres near 0" $5 WD RESPECTFULLY ASK, YOU TO CONSULT US.HOOTON&WATSON. ;
FOR S.\LE.-:Thoroughbred Scotch' No. 13 E. LaRua St.. next to Pala.

-. "------.-.----- collie," imported "stoclf, also one' fox.. .. ,. ., ?. ..; .. .. ..$1 0 FOR RENT. One well furnished ..

WANTED HELP WANTED lady's saddle. 1102 E. Gad&den''street Cottage at Fishemlle.., .. '..$10Xo. room for 2 gentlemen or married I j '

or phone 285. 20jan2w 117 N.. Tarragona street, near couple (no light housekeeping). Apply ,

w -\-TED.--FIJ"tcas; ; mill*right, clrar WANTED.-A salsslady. Call at N;). FOR SALE.-Second hand Babcockbuggy :, Gregory, rp! ndld for lioarding.$20: 18 E. Garden. 26janlw P ON& 5,4. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET..

..a* filer and hammerer iseu 114 S.Tarragona SL26janlw* rubber tires in first lass No- 307 W. Chase tt" et. S rooms,I TWO FURNISHED ROOMS with'Prt'V-;
t
position Reference fur- bath and... splendid location.. : ,
101 .
gas $20I
".> For liege of light housekeeping. Suit':
WANTED. CaioredTgirj condition.j information telephone
.a' rt, Address J: H. I).. care Jourufhr : for :en ral 1 LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US: able for two
hou work. No. 51. t j I or couple. App'y' 50Jf!
e
'II, ,_ 26jan2wtt Apply 420 W. Rom.- 'FOR SALE OR RENT E. Gadsdgq St.
;: Good horse and na. 2bjanl\v* FOR S\LE.=Most:beautiful residence .25janlw
\ \ wagonand 'FOR SALE -
harness for farm purposes.Al L- W.\ 1'EU-Colored; oman.. to do.sen"eial : block in Pensacola, overlooking the I --7- A GENTLEMAN can find home-like Timber Lands
horse and must 03h house .bay and Bayou Texar. M&gmftxent board in a private. family Address
ood carriage work and cooking for L. S. BROWN & CO. "
P. O. Box LOTS125LOTSBest
773
lire oik. magnolia and other ,shade'trees. : lljanlw'FOR
,,p. I). J, I... ..;26janlwNTED1 mall 'famllj.: Call at .219 E.: Wright. "
; fornvftanon" 2Gjan3f. Idea.location for homer hotel RENT-Furnished for sites Hill. All
East
buPding
\\ \ will rccne orders 201-} Thiesen Building. rooms on
-- or sanitarium.. C. Binkley. I I rent with or without board. No f carline $75.00 and
wedding" and Siting! ;: \VANTED.-Ptrst.elass I sh't- near at up.
'lids) ?tIs. irournlns:: cards and sta- collector and solicitor. goo J s FOR SALE-:200 acres good farmjanl. light housekeeping. Apply] 310 West Two blocks In West King Tract For Sale
26. .. Apply P, G. 2% miles southeast of Chipley in Gregory. jan2Mmo $1250.
'loner>, Mrs F. J. Moreno E. care Journal. I
Iff'gOry :::3!. 5janlwVAXTD 26Janlw Washington county; no waste land; 30 D. HALE WILSON 6 .co., FURBISHED FRONT ROOM-One: Nice 'homes and 'good Investment

W.\STED-Colored girl for general acres ready for cultivation. Good half ,block from, Palafox southern property ,that will pay over 10 per _
housework: family of three. '518 lim'rock quarry on premise For cent. All prices.
( CONTRACT LOGGING REAL ESTATE exposure. Apply 32 E.; Gregory St .
TEAMS at once, either by the day East Government :25jan3t! further particulars: address Mrs; 1..1 "Jan2llwBOAJID = We have them. Several splendid

or by .tie: thousand. Call at Ajcock WANTED,-Boy about sixteen to Wiselogle. Marianna. Fla J7janlm RENTS AND LOANS : AND LODGING-New furniture C. R. YAEGER l large and small turpentine locations
Saw
Bros. Lumber Co., Aycock. Fla. learn slazing; Apply Saunders Mill! MY MAGAZINE. INVESTING FOR i ... : large clean rooms. Terms rea Some Mills' and Saw mill locations.:
excellent bargains la large
Co. 29 East Garden. sonable. 202 Thlesen Building. Phone 332.DIRECTORY
.4Janl w. 1SJalo Apply Mrs. C. C. MS
PROFIT" (which I'll send Cr e.J. is Brock. and small traits of round and boxed
Anj' intelligent person may .earn a worth $10 a copy to any man whO intends -I We have Ihe following very desirable -! East Intendencia St.l8janlm', timber!: lands.

T.ED-rosltion as stenographer a good income corresponding for to invest any money, however pieces' of property" on our "ForSale" WANTED.-A few boarders at 212 W. Large tracts of Mississippi Delta

In lad: *' of experienc" Good refer- rewspipeis; no canvassing; exper.euce .- small; wno has money invested un-I list: I. Gregory. New house good : neighborhood and Hard,""ood lands.

">'nrcg Address L. M, care: Journal. unnecessary. Send for particu profitably or who can save $5 or 1 ,FOR :SALE.' 1 1I and on _car line J2janlm Splendid Use of valuable property

23janl- lars. Northern Press Syndicate. more per month but who hasn'f learned I % block, with nice lot of fruit trees:,: ROOMS ,. and fine location for a Colony! or Stock -
l.o kport. N Y. 6no\6raos. the art of investing for'profit;" .and under fence..;New Cfty.*..$1.500 I board 22 10 RENT with or:',without Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K of P. Farm I i& South East Georgia
It demonstrates the REAL rningpower. block best of Hill- E. Garden.l8janixn 1 meets every Monday evening at 7:30 Some residence
\\ANTED,-Real Estatfor; sale or WANTED.-l00laborers. I % part East ofthe choicest
rent. Jea'. or exchange. Your business per day, factory wages of Jl 50 of raonej'-the knowledge financiers very cheap.. __ i FURNISHED room for rent; no light! o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall places in the beautiful lIttle city of ,
Apply .
Goulding and _bankers hide hO ltekeeping. Ill W. Chase St. over l'ou stable. W. Intendencia St. DeFuuiak
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilon -- Fertilizer Co frojji; them Best building location overlooking i Springs Fla. and In Milton.
14Jan sltes. ". Bayou-Terar 2001374 ft.$1.5oo I BRIGGS HOUSB-.Wright Just Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. Fla.
Rfal Estategeat; 2:2'! : W Gornmem \- '- street.
s r"C'. Room .1. Salisbury --.", '- It shows: how to .invest small sums J I Good 5 r.om ouse. W. Jackson L, west of Union Depot. Nice com J.: A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C. _Our prices! and' terms are renoa-

,'ul1ding. Phone 172. 23janU and 'bto; make them grow into for. street. .. ..- '..1 .. ..........$850 I for table room's. Rates per day 50c; H. HORSLER. K. of HS able.Cal
Money to Loan. tunes-Ihe actual possibilities ,'of in-i' 4 block In New City near StodJart rooms per week J2SO up. 12jan2w on or write to us.

tclligat;; i investments. j.>_ _: | place.. .... .. .. :v.: ... .'. .. _.$1500 I NICELY FURNISHED> ROOMS suitable !
ANTED,:Quart whiskey-! : .,bottle*; at MONEY' 10 LOAN.-On real estate... or ..: It :reveals ." the.en9rniouanrofita i!t! Number of goodirenting houses that;I for light housekeeping. All- Ratl1 one Lodge No
Noritiius Saloon, '. '- ; jaithKOfl Y : other' 'sufficient"tecurUy:1 by> .appl}; bankers(.;uak .'and"'s'hxjws? how one. can L I, will net 10 per cent. modern conveniences Apply 810 EGadsdec ,I 30. K. of J P., meets at every 8:00
I Thursday evening
ing to Thos. Pebley. cor. Palafox and make the profits *af Iy. i "
same > ? 120 feet by 80 feet corner Romana L 9janlm TURNER &AYMARDReal
\KEElS get Kauffman's prices stairs I II' o'clock in their temporary
Roraana up '17no n.MONEY It explains HOW stupendous for. and Alcaniz. Excellent location for "
for developing and finishing Best NICE F.UR\-SJlED..ROOllS! for rent Castle Hall, oer; Pou stable \. '
tunea J.fe made and iYIIY .Xhei,. reQiadc 1 warehouse. renting
i : I' Housf.S' now regularly I '
ant cheapest: in cilj Ilomana and 1O LEND-On good real ea- Newly furnished. clean andnice, W Intendencia street I
-how $1,000 grows to. $::,0D0 for |24 per! month .........$2500 Estate and
Palatal ,20 janlm- tate security.lr. on good collateral.;. To introduce my rnaazInwriteme : near postofflce. Apply at 1284! .E. Visiting knights art cordially "
I at lowest rates Leslie E Brooks ; Government street welcomed. Abstract Company II
J Mrs.
B. M. Trainer. ,
I
NOW. mention this pap 111 i, ,
Fisher building r and, senj Wll| lend .a reasonablyamount: of C.
WANTJSecond; hand 'furniture'anj .21JanMONEt it f Vjanlm. J. D KIRK.. &
; !leasehold. articles of all kinds : LOANED: _on all Kinds of personal SIX MONTHS EDITOR.REE,GREGORY. : money:at lowest market. rate of intereat ;* PLEASANT place to board on N. HTlT, C. J. LEVY. K. of R. & S. .:. D. Box 115 DeFuniai Spring Fbrl a. .,'

foi, ta-a,! Address P. O. Box 353.ASTEDThe property on short aotice. 81 ,Jackson BIrd Chicago.I I, 0" any of the above. 2nd door from car line on Strong 1 1I
St.
30 S. '
Palafox
lijanini' Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair* street. 'For particulars address No.,8,I Knights! of Columbus.
2S j South Palafox St., Phone 1144. FOR S\LK.-Pecan trees;..all .sizes;' Phone 234. JQurnal. 6janlm, Meetings of the Proessiona1fflrectorLTHOS! :.
from extra fine sheilseed. W.K .
5nor paper ,
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public to know that .
Olj Knights of Columbus
Acost: J4jan newspapers at five cents a bundleat .
oid nea,.pap(>rs can be bought at; UNLIMITED amount or money to ioan I this office.; They, are all clean : are )hell: at their ball c
tin!! ,iffire for fi\e cents a bundle. They on all kinds of personal property. FOR :SALS: ? .-Full blood Barred Plymouth For Sale and nice, ,' No. 8 West.Intenden. PEBLEY,

dre all lean and nice. I Special rates to business men on large Rock, White Rock Fisher FURl JISlt ), Ii O: -_ Fine_ _location._ cia street,, oa every LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND '

loans. The New York Loan Co, 204Vj Streign and Brown Leghorn Fowels i WOOD WORKING MACHINERY:: Splendid View'of bay. 414 South Monday evening at COLLECTIONS ';'

ANTEDE'ectnc= work of ah kind South Palafox. Eggs per petting of (15j $1.OIE: For one 6" Moulder, four heads 150 I Alcaniz. Dec.29. 7:30: o'clock. Aa Invitation PALAFOX AND ROMANA. ;

L 1 u:, iean jour tens repair your further information address Plymouth: knives and cutters.One wool U extendedto PHONE 59.
(Tnamo, uj hour wirin;. etc. P.l"n 3iTft Rock Poultry Farm. J. J. Pope Prop, 150 knives and cutters. One woodworker I W ANTE D.-A few boarders in private visiting: Knights

; I'ejacula El!!ctno. Co., 205 S. Miscellaneous. L Box 8. Bristol Fla. Tjanlm L or jointer, .with two' heads, family; nicely furnished rooms, with JOHN B. JONES.

Ha !ruWANTED NOTICE. FOR SALE.-Barred PlymouthRock: knives, ribitlns..tools( saws, *tc, Ona use to'of railroad bath and shops telephone.and on Convenient car lino.- EDM. FOX. ,Grand Knljht Dr.S. R. Mallory KennedyOffice '
36" circle latest pattern for Recorder.
resaw.
Cockerels from prize winners: $1.00
Persons who left clothing with the Apply. 401 E, Gregory.' 3janlm .
,- First-cldsj, registered I W J, Abel of the Gulf up. Large, well marked, good bloo.t.j' bevel and straight boards, with saw over: D'Alrnberte's Drug Stoma.
late
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druggist and pharmacist wants position City Also some good pull Steam and Dye works, for repair: are fronting to south and Lodge No. 4, I. O. 0. F.
west
in West Florida. permanent or B Hughes. Chip'ey.' Fla.. .31declm* three .saws from 10" to 20". Belts, Good Phones 274 and 109.
notified to call on Geo Collins, at 140East .. main light and central, location. Apply 12 Pensacola Lodge No 4, I. O. O. F.,
I counter shafts, line shafting and
emporar/ Address F. Z. Jour-
care = ,
sat Government Street, and get i .FOR SALi2- South Jif; block 2lf: Imlh's. Machines comparative! new. N. Palafox St. or phone 65. 2Janlm meets every Thursday evening at 7:30( --- -, '- ---- -.
3jan. Owners must costs and 400 feet'On 13th : at the new hall on West
same. pay fronting street by Garden .
Selling on acc'Juntof no further work BA HTfL.-Open night and
glove: property. G. 0. BrosnahamJan 107 f.'e: on Bay jew 'Park: L also day. street. Visiting brethren corJUlly
SECOND HAND CLOTHINGWANT' I. 2 for (th m. Apply Uenry Monk, generaL European plan. Rooms light and O YATES M D j
21-9t"J. half of block 212. invited. E.
south fronting 400 I GREENBLATT.
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ED- contractor, 16 West Gregory St.Pensacola clean: Transient trade solicited. .,
for
-Highest ,
price paid gent'acothinK I
St. by feet J. NEVILLE Secretary.
csh Also soil second hand t:I H. ,Logan. Upholsterer ana1( chair: feet on 14/i The, 137'S on Bay or Fort,Barrancas Fla. E 75- 19 S. Palafox. Jas.S.. Nlcolau. .
Park. only
I View property adjoin.
Ijcur
Caner. Clocks repaired. Give me Prop. OPTICIAN
gods. Xo.I: E. Intendencia. I : ing Bay View Park that is now fir FOR 9A"LE.-one Mce grocery' with; -
old chairs to can, All wont
I I j sale. The beautifuliew down thy market attached: Must be sold by REBEKAH SISTERS.
306
guaranteed. 206 Tarragona. street. THIESCN BUILDICN
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wanted L : 21Janl6t*: bajou and down the bay can never,be February '1: 65000.. For information Educational Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah Sisters .

by the Majes Printing Co:, 24 W.t -- j obstructed A. V. ClubbsAUTOMOBILES. 30jIy apply, A. Gr e .hut. or address I.M meets every Monday night at -
I
Government Ptone: 181. Only the THE DAViS MANUFACTURING CO ,1, ., care Journal 8 o'clock in I. 0. O. F. Hall. Visit.
i .-1 .am agent for IUSIC.-.o\tter. the "Holidays" I will sister cordially Invited 'to be _
"ear! of work. Idee wnolc] ale and retail manufacturers the tog pres. _
and dealers' in cotton mattresses and Pope Mfs. Co. and can sell you autos: Moyer. on the square Is still in the accept. 3 limited: number of pupilson : ent MRS S. DeTHAYER.MISS .

CANTED.-Hauling and transfer bed springs Second hand furniture from $500.00 up. They cost less than i I ring, l'-ices and quality never betterI the following Instruments: Violin MAMIE FREEMAN.: Secretary, \
have at corner of Government and Cello, Clarinet and ,all brass instru.
keep
nork Office phone 363 residence bought and sold. Upholstering and r- horses to np They can be'/run ti I
; sand anywhere horse ''Alcaniz' a first-class, up-to-date meat ments exerpt slide trombone. Will
or a
phot :390.: Acosta &. Whit 22 28 N. pairing a specialty} 114 E. Belmont i in Leslie! C. Brooks. can go I market where I handle the choicest teach at pupils residences. Music furnished M. E. B. A. No.' 81. meets first and
Tarragona St. 25mar.' St. clt '. C. T. Darjs Mgr. third Wednesday evening at 7:30
: J' w Astern and native beef, pork mutton for all occasions band or or. p.
17janlm I FOR SALE-One fine display, case; sausage, hogs head cheese etcLet :. chestra. Please leave orders at, the m.. Rafford Hall, No 10. West- latea-
\\'A\TED-Serond: hand corn. oat cuT-FLOwERS.-pattersons Rose-1 21 ft long: 8 feet high and 3 f eel 1: me give you a few prices on groceries Clutter Music House,. or at my permanent dencla street ,

and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of mount Gardens, of Montgomery, has.wide. Suitable for almost any kind I I : :20 pounds:: granulated sugar aSdress: Navy Yard. Pensa. A. G. FELL Free

T town shipments solicited. Write' us. placed an agency In Pensacola represented of business. Apply to E L. Reese"' $1.00; 21 pounds Y. C. 'sugar, $100; cola. Fla. P F. Ehlers. Bandmaster. J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
S Mellen &. Co. 20mar.CANTED. by: Miss Bertie Smith. 616 N. _,_ 5 Jan '
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:'j 120 pounds good rice, $1.00; fancy country -
.-The Mercnantt Transfer Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for! JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment ol ii I syrup, p"r:' gallon, 35c. Call anj W. 0. W.

Co. wants jour moving and baulUig.AJ roses carnations, and all kinds. of othercut l imported Olive Oil Retail by pint,'i see us If :lou want choice meats and $25 'REWARD Live Oak Camp No.1. W. '). W.
) breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. flowers. Phone 651. lOd c: gallOA or larger quantIt"Q",1\Iorauo I groceries. Phone 718. Chickens and meets in Fjthlan Hall let and 3"J DR. J. MOCK

sea Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelai.fc TAILORING I* Diamond, Tailor.Gents' .; &South Co.. ship Falafox.chandlers aau' grdcers., 70!.' fresh: 'fggs country pork a specialty. Wednesdays in each month. Visiting

-- ---- clothing cleaned. ,pressed and I'. .. .. w ....._.u. ) 4ocL.I A. McDonald Mojer. 24JanlwR sovereigns cordially invited DENTAL SURGEON. ; :
xiu IIUAL contracting: painters repaired on short notice. No. 11;; rust )'U..a.-wciy young; Boar pigs: t :-8.\LE.-If YOU have $8,000 to Invest -:' : F. A BOGH1C1I, C. C.
ai-d decorators Fine varn8hla; St. Pensacola. Fla.Idee. ; sired by Duke of FlorIdaGggd3 LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk,:
West Government out'f ina saw mill proposition worta I Crown and Bridge Work, Specialty.Painless :
na firishmg: of Orphan Le*. of ,
Sign pa'ntlng a specattv I Baltimore. 5S544.
Lock Box % Extracting ot Teeth. -
DeFuniak
i, 10000. write 6.
ResideLce All guaranteed with W, O. W. C. Oak Grove. No
24g. 4
phone 29aug. : registrations and ,f '
SAILMAKER.J. Sprlpg, Fla.. This will stand the 28/ S. Palafox $t.
Carl Sett Circle
Woodmen meets Ian
i degrees. rltnd. Thiiitday
Chipley : 7 and 9 Old
\VANTED.All of poultry to H. PORTER sallnnker, 716 South closest investigation and the first man, at Armory Building.
keepers : Fla. 26nov!' of each month 330; p, m, 2d !floor
feed ..heat It is the cheapest feel Palafox street Orders taken for 4- with. the money gets It. No' time to' Pythian Hall, over Pou's stable, on In-, Phone 1077. t
"ecause it S. stools and house I FOR SALE,-Nice. clean newspapers; waste with agents r trift makes hens lay. F. tents awnings camp tendenda street Visiting sovereigns! i i' -- -- ---
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Mellen & CO. 33t.W.A.XTED.AlI reasonable. 3ljan.FOR i i for sal,,". Only 5c a bundle. i :
Phone Prices They
cots. etc. 'FOR SALE.-.One choice Mock cordially invited Mrs W, A. Smith!
1 mike good wrapping paper :and. on top I Pensacola ss} Andrews and
-r a.reI of ''the'rJe( east of the el!ctric clerk; Mrs.! !I. B. Olsen guardian j|
kinds of electrical just the! thing to put under matting
.RENTFOR .: railway, between 7th and 8th streets. .
work, I sell all kinds of electrical I I Gulf Steamship Co.
hancries FOR SALE.-I0 room house, corner Nautre has'fuored this section and I II it
anj other electrical supplies."hen Sroomcottag. lot. 3 blocks from: Palafox lot 96* I cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. CREW NOTICE., :,. STEAMER TARPONW.
ou need me ring 345 or 953.K ; RENT.-El-gant story '
K 19:! oa .:.ar line. For rticuUrs Inquire Neither, the captain! owners -
\ Peake new Star Laundry build- :318 West Belmont St. Apply : ': 3ARHOW, Master.
at I of Standard Clothing Co. FOR SALE Beautiful block In New i nor consignees: tee :
'ng U: Garden. 13dec. to Wtor Ingrabam at Star Laundry -' -- : 9Jaa' i City. Tract No.11%. For cua $600. &Swedish am.hJledb; 'thff.CLA." FtSSBNGE4( AND

: I 25Jau I I' FOR sL"Ii'x ;, ie'n--o d ,newspapers .Apply to A. )L. McMllUx Court Houaa 4 lorg.ill, be,r,8POPioible: Ion :: i'REI.'r fc-EKVlCE
CANTED-A. R. Binghaai wants I at ave cents a bundle This of., -Detw.ss-- IL
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FOR REVE.-Elegant two storY stora lauj WARRANT tor the arrest .of this woman debts .contraotedbY th-i-
our moving and haulteg! Hentees guaJ'o'' fice. \ PENbACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI fJ.
all Phone 630. : room In new Star: Laundry building. ( FOR ,SALE OR RE.IIJTew.. modern., t crew of sail vessel. ,, i i! COLA. CARRABELLf. ST. AN-
breakage._ :_ : E. Garden street Apply Walker In-; NORMANS Li.S--: =Jusf i received t I two-story! :, bix.room house. East Hill Wire sheriff at DeFnIak Springs, J. W. SCHREIL ORfeWS, MILLV'LLE.

COURT HOUSE DYEING Pressingand graham.__Star....._Laundry._ ._ ___-2decA I 1( 55.600 Compound Cathartic. For't near',cars. A. C. Bmkl t. sjag '1 it Florida; $ 5.\O regard for Ihe child.i .: HYER BROS, .}(u er.f)And all points onSt* Andrews Bay Fit
Cl anln:? Club 118 N. Palafox for I j! sa'e at The Alligator and Weal End X i t Fisher Monroe Douglas. This !t'omanj I, Conll nee.. i' (.ilrr"u.le sr.d; ApaUwhlcola.
Sl Mrs T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat-i! R. BINGHAM has Btorage room other 1{r Saloons lonorlta 'FIornc, Wood._kldnapped, him from 1: : .; SCHEDULE
"ona rent suitable for furniture or f; LOST !1 Freeport. F:1. oq the night of September ..,'ola _
Se solicited satisfaction uaran- 'Sooth Tarragona FOR SALE OR RENT.-rTwo lighten; ; CREW NOTICE'i i Leave Pei. Sundav 8:30 pis.
I 104 anti 108 child Is 6
t"eT goods 1905. The years oU/
ladies 6th. Mobile. AlL
Careful j
attention given for
for
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SOnoTi! one capacity t 5 thoasaud ft.i .t' U
Wrnients!, Phone 1222 Sdeclm : St Phone 630 ; lumber, the other thirty thouSand ea i,LOST-En\clone containing check'' fair skin light hair, has upper fore: Neither, the :captain own, 'Leave PIJ o.kcola. Tuesday. ':'0 P-
----t ----- i doMab'lls.. teeth rotted off: verY p'ump. weight: a era nor consignees of, the for St. AmLesb. UUlvhie. Apalac'alcola. >
pacity. Rates reaconable! Telephoneor j I and two five : Reward m
W\XTED.-EverybodY to take dinner; Found : about'50 pounds: very ,bright child. Br ss. Kirkoswafd.- wilt be Carrabel'e: and Int rmedUi*
al' ., ,write J. A Caaffia & Co.. MIlton,:for return to th's! office. 26Janlt* ,
the Southern Hotel. 9dec. responsible for debts : -
------ I- i Expenses "paid both ways! delivering contracted point .
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few days ago, 'a purse;J Fla.__. -31deelm I(,STOLEN from E. G. Quina'. rssT-1: !1 child to Defunlak Springs Fla, In ad, ,by the W !1CK DEUVERY-iHauling of all: FOUND-A '! Eastmans' Baylen and 1 reward. vessel: :. i iLASSEN. J. R 8AUNDBR3.
wone>.some silver; FOR SALE!-One NO.3." depce corner Gregory' ditlon the $%3 ;, '
kinds solicited; moving of furniture : containing paper Own"r -may redeem i:' folding pocketkoufek .iargahi 'Aph -I, a' Tribune bicycle. Liberal reward } JL A. DOUGLAS. ,- /j E. it. COBB.i" 'Pwe.ldea&
II "'lJt,altj- East Hill Transfer Co.I and two checks. 'I' I I :.. of the SHOTTER: Co.Captain.. Den Frt and Pass. Agu a
at this offic-- and I ply to E. L. Reese. 124 S PaUfoxstreet. ) ,its: return. No questions asked. forI i Father chili S. P. "
R'fidence l'honc 434.:; office Hjanlm,Phone I I II1X IdentifyIng same ,bapplynr pursei' 2tJan ,.'-J.: .J]l.24lanlw. j '. DeFunl&k Springs. Fla. Consignees ,, j Pensacola, na.I .. -




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: Ever No One: .,; .. LARARI A R.HAS GRIMES RECEIPTS!rREnSNAPPERS F E El McMillan .Bros., .,Co. l I LiF4NSU'R-ANCE"LOO. AFTER: YOUR PREMIUMSwith




aBetterFeeling"' the same interest you would the taxes or rent for

i : BEENFLOATED your home: which would mean its forfeiture if left uu.

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:: 'POLICIES I PROTECTS WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.
Shoe thanHanan's ;MOBILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS EQUITABLE .

il HEAVY JOc"wb1skcY' Insurance; KnowlesBros. Gen'!
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I:, Crossett, i, _...l. I a frlei4Iv.Ip1 .-.

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tDouglass, Vessel Which Went on the Beach Orre'Firm Has Received Over Forty I find the right article .Naval Stores." -.-- -,--'----, -

Savannah\ ,. Ga, Jan.. 25.-The naval sxsxsviI ;::s:: ::
1 Last Sunday Night is Now Thousand: During the Past stores market. closed todayas. follow e .
For Men. i sticc| : to it WW,, ... ,-, .... ...-. .. ....6 '15 ::PENEJA.OOr..A.Iron
WG.-s, ... ...... .6 10
.at the Wh&rf. Week. ; ? .1' : Works Supply Co. g gI
: Your Feet "old joe" is right__:rightly 'N... r-t .,, ,.. ... .. '_. ... ....5 75 I I and
M...... -... ... .. .. .. .. ......{525K ) R Manufacturers and Repairers of ,
Are at Home made -rightly aged;. give .. ',-.. .. .< .., ,......"..... ...4 97%I I ,
: _. The fishing schooner Clara R The' receipts of red snappers at Pen- it a test-you'll have no I. .445 ? MACHINERY AND BOILERS
Grimes which broke her moorings du. sacola during the past week have been H.V.//.V.V..Y82to3. 90 5 FORGINGS MILL AJD STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
the Moment ing the other. thousands insist it
and went storm, o{ last Sunday night heavier by many thousand pounds ; upon. ,: G.. >,"..*., ,, .,--. .,3_ 62% ta Z 70 g STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY, fc
the beach
ashore nest
: You Pull ot the Hoist S. .Co on, dock, has been than has been known, ''here 'for rears, full measure-:convenient package P.. .". .. ... ... ..3 74. to to 365 8 Promyi attention given to all orders day or sight Agent '
:, I i floated and is now alongside of th itcompany's and it is estimated that over fifty.thousand moderate price-sold everyr/here iE.\' :. .. ..... .352% to 360 i 8 for James McIOr & Co/s celebrated I og and Timber Dogs, .also! 2
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wharfwhere she will D,. t.. '.. .,.. .. ..3 52% to 3 60 Chains of all descriptions. ..
f Them repaired. oe have been brought to POr1. tfur- i C.. "' '.. .. .. .. ..347'to350 5 Office Phoni','.123. PHil. WITTMAr/ Mgr. 6E
"b atlantaSHIPPINGNES
:i 'I The vessel was damaged to some extent lug that space of time. i &" b" Spirits Turpentine 65% cents. "- 'Resldencs". Phone 1029. P. O. Box 123.
On. of the smacks which in '
Many were
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: by the pounding on the rocks be .jamaBsa ttttnjrexnxnu'sstt
,I' fore she sank but this damage can lt .port during the Christmas holidays_ : Pensacola: Cotton Market.
;: $2.SOto$650 C. Gun'ter.' Elmore F- 0.. B. cotton
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repaired and is Dt as great as was and which left shortly) afterwards returned '

I at first anticipated. during the past seven days and :: broker, gives the. following quotations .......... "..................................
; pair. The Grimes was only recently purchase for Jfani'.arv ;5:
all of' them ha4 catches of from two
: by Hoist ft; Co., from Saunders to three thousand each., I Good. .Wdrt'ing! .11%

I & Co. She was sent to Bagdad anti( Eighteen vessels of' the fleet ..of Strloj .Jtffadling,,...' 11V* 1 LAUS-LEY i!
I & COMPANY
I placed in thorough condition, being Saunders & Co. arrived in port during .' Hfc
The John White Store I brought to Pensacola Sunday a few the week, and that firm alone received : Strict Low Middling.10% ,
.. I hours in advance the'storm.OF more than forty thousand snappers. LowJUirtaiing.! ..11% ; .

Specialist In Men's W..r.l So heavy have been receipts that some i Stains.! an4_ tinges % to 1 cent lower. :
of the vessels) which arn-yed two or 1, COMMISSION BROKERS *
INTEREST TOTURPENTIMt 4
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l 205-207 S. Palafox Street. three t nays since have not jet been AULEY&CO.'SREPORTSLlvepooI *
unloaded. ; Cotton Market. i '
Phune 225. \ MEN .. closelJss.Veb. II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. *

,."., Cured Lumbago.A. .. ........4.5.99 5WFeb. to. .. '.. .. -- .. .

B. Canman. Chicago. writes Mar. I Uu..tpj-I1:MM ..-.". .e.eMsy.Ttie. > Private' Wires N. Y. N. Oand Chicago.COTTONSTOCKSGRMNPROVIsiONSandB9NDSt
BILL INTRODUCED IN CONGRESSTO 4. 1903:' "Having beej troubled with AprUJfsy, ... ..,...........605 i' i
at times tiled -- I .!..............:...................'.Ir.' I II
: | Lumbago different and .........
PROTECT TIMBER ON !I 'I June-J1y.- .8.09, 1" i
one physician after another then dif 'I'July-AUXUSt .....-.t,.,.....,..... 010 ;
: IFULUI GOVERNMENT LANDS. I frent oin'meuts 'and liniments, gacIt I Augut-eptember .........r.........,6 03 ." -" ','
up altogether. So I tried once 8.pteber-Oeober .......,..-..679 .
TTO mor?. and got a bottle of Ballard's Oetobcr-Norepator ....... .......5.11 i Bought and Sold on Margin for Invest e 1t. t
The last issue ofthe Industrial!!i Snow Liniment which gave me- almost NO,.. lb..Decetnber ...,Ii 68
EXPRESS R cord contained the following, which'' instant relief. I can cheerfully !r1Yed. D.reiber4aitury ..' 899 i' !
will prove .of interest to turpentine recommend it. and will add my nam Thomas Urefpool Spots 6.14 Reference: First National'and Peoples! Birts. Phone 1173 l
Ital Naples
bk,.Lano,
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producers list of trerers all '
i Representative: to jour s Sold by Cleared_ ........,.!...G...H.............4 .44............. \
JA2G Hansbrough of druggists.. Ntw York Cotton MarkeLOpen
: North Dakota has introduced a bill'i Vivina. Span,'ss, Uus nza'for; Liver Hit1 Low Close t

of special' interest to the turpentine II I New Suite Filed. pool wHo 3,700 ,square :bales cotton" Jan..i'-?.-...,. 1114 11.28 11.14 11.M-28VUrclw. :
industry. It provides for the amend- The following new suits were filed 700 round' balescotton 7,500sks (cot )"bruArr'.....-i'...-..... ..... ..... ..... 0. L HALL & CO
ment of Section 2461 of the Revised yesterday in the office of the clerk of tonseed meal, 331 barrels' soap stock ........b.. ..11.30 1140 11. 8118949 4-
Statutes so as to, absolutely protect I the circu't court: 27,800 wood handles, 54,000 hickory iiu-; ..,,.? .- WILL, SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
the timber' squares, 3,550 oak, staves, 51 ,oak ... 1l.45 11.43 11.39 11.52-53 1
on the reserve lands of the C. H. Hop-on; vs. J. W. Lurton. pea X7.u. -
IDoz. United States from' boxing, cutting I damages $150; E. E. ,Crawshaw, attorney logs, 10,000 s ft oak lumber. 132,000' .lU.:'.-.......-. .-. .. : FOUR FULL QUARTS i.
shipping or boring for'the purpose ofrlmovln'g for plaintiff ft pine lumber 3.760 hbls,rosin., ,_..... 1161 1163: 11,45 11.59-A6 ';\;, ...0 F'...
1 i therefrom, resin turpentine Jas'H. AUI"J.I&................ '.... '..... .... '
DELIVERED rot? gum -I Fisher Real Estate Agency vs. Sailed. ., .. ..
'. : 8 ptenb r THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY-
or other products, etc. Pen- Sheehan,. foreclosure of mortgage; retrla. Br ''for Liverpool *
as, an. October...........10 60 10A 10.58 1064-65
I $ alties are provided; for the violationof Gfo. P-% Wentworth attorney for plaintiff Manchester. (UiVES$5L5111N: !rO'tmbW.....:.... .... ..... ..... ..... FOR 35O.
J2s this provision The section as it'I Dec..aber.....:........... .... .... .;.. $
is proposed to amend .it' will reaai' as : Welles-Kahn Co, A. Greenhut & Co. : PCRT.tesmahlp. New York Spots. 11 80 *.
follows: i Klein Grocery Co., B. M. Solomon and $ : .. : *NewOrleans, Spots,lfl Other f brands at- rock-bottom prices. You get your
"Sec. 2461. If any person shall Lewis Bear Co, vs.'! E.; M. White, J. '.... : is '
CHAS.BLUM&CO the : order received. Give 'trial
Auguste Aust.sf 17J7, goods same'day' us. a
: : Hreglich I ;
j cut, or aid assist or be employed in Geo. White Jr. and H. White bill) ; Chicago Grain Market. ,"* '" '
517 AND 519'WZST BAY ST. NCI Orleans toGulf Transit Co. order. ; B.' L. HALL & CO. Fla.THIS"ADVERTISEMENT.
cutting,, or shall wantonly destroy or Gco T. Morgan attorney for plaintiffs -- Wheat : Quincy,. .
f JACKSONVILLE. FLA. aid. assist or be employed in wantonly Gamma; Dutch :T ensama.; 1335
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West Hartlepool to order. Open High. .Low CloSe .. ,
t destroying, shall) box cut chipor Regulates -- "' '
or the -r -
bowels promotes _
easy .. .
IBS 1423 Kayo.!L. 86li 85 i 85 .. 8oJolj. ,
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cause or procure to be wantonly natural movements, cures" constipation Heleinberg. ..... .,...........;.84I>4 Wf SS1} %
{ Morris Dannheisser destroyed or bored. or aid, assist or -Doan's Regulets\ A_k jour druggist Hnera.Kirkswood- ..., -:FE'AD' .
be employed in boxing, cutting. chipping for them. 25 ,cents a box. ,-Br ss., Larson, 2095 Lon-. ., -f S Corn. .'
(Form;rly of Dannheisser Bros) or boring for the purpose of reirfmng don. t: ,. ;. I; .
: Open High Law ClowsM
: Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine thereform resin, gum. turpen- Cruz Njassa.to Br 5S, Baker 1786 Yfra .y.............44J: 45 44 1{ '44*$
F. O. Howe & Company.
tine or other live oak CHANGE
product any UfSC"EDULEL"
t Wines Beer and Tobacco. Secunda Br ss/ J11l.r..4: ',' 45J-J 44 41',
red cedar pine or spruce trees, or Donnel90n. 1309 Rosc.crAMouf
; Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty timber standin'g. growing or 1eing on "& Tenerelffe to The W. S. Keys r Co. New York. Stock Market.
12 W. Zarragoua Street, any lands of the United! States which N.R.R. TorUs. GeT Martinson. ,-1396, Las I I

. t PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. In pursuance of any law passed, or Palmes. ) Southern/Faetfle. .......;:.._Open 70S .Closet 70!% .OLDFASMIONEDW11iSkES
hereafter to be passed. have been reserved Queen Christina.'Br ss, Brake 2S04, ... .. .
;I..V .ices uo
Cofpet. ; ,
r Commencing Sunday Jan. 28th the ':
or purchased for the use of Hamburg older.J x ... .
Florida and Alabama the United States for supplying or L & 'N. schedule out follows of Pensacola will. Venus Br s>s,Edmunds, 2017, West 1' A. 8 R... 151'i WS 151VJAtch CBi;

furnishing thereform timber for the be rearranged: as : Hartlepool -**>i; 'A.B :...."............ KVi: 170'i
navy of the United States; or if any Train No.6, 'now l leaving at 7:15 Vivina. Span Bustinza, 1983, Liverpool R.R T.......... 91 K.!S
LAND COMPANY shall or or pro I a. m. will leave at 7:00 a. m. i to Gulf Transit Co. IB&O LOGICAL
person remove cause : llS'f 115%: FULL A APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.
:'- cure to, be removed or aid., or assist, H Train No. 4. now leaving: at 12:15 Ships Irle..............., ....._ 49J i 49!.'- A
Manufacturers of 01 be emploj in removing from any noon will leave at 11:55 a, m.. C.F.t-.-..,..:... 81 81 1 QTS-
; Ital AVegno, 1601 \Yc believe will his of
and Dealers in Avon. ship, ,Gtfioa ANY MAN guage purchase
r such lands which have been reserved Train' No. 5. now arriving at 7:10p. Iff3j..S; AM. 44 i 4i's
t LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. o: purchased any liye oak. red cedar, m, 'will arrive at 6:30: p. m. to Rosasco Bros.''*' '7, U.s.1preferred.: .............. 1117. lll'iB "OLD RYE"OB Whiskey through an intelligent regard for his health.
GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. J. W. LURTON. Casanova Ital bir Avegno 1069 ..8....{._. 36i{ Sa AVe KNOW' that ANY man is Too intelligent to bav imitation
pine or spruce trees, or other timber
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after he disco\ers he has been
(E.P.A.L&NRlt. Genoa. ':j. : L." N..*.. 152 153Lead % 'L'l' whiskey
or any resin gum turpentine or otherp'Oductt'hereorm :'l AFULLTQTS. tricked." The crusade adulterated articles
Elvira Port shij. Rodriques, 1488, M S i against
j; VV OD unless duly author. Lisbon to.ord. .. I.O ....... 179 178Cu.Pae of food and drink has been so pronounced that the .'
I to do so, by order' in writing ofa Ruby. Nor ship Erikson. 1333, London ..K5 174" "OLDCORN"WHISKEY buyer has learned the importance? of investigating Y
All. kinds that want. competent' officer' of the navy of the A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST to Southern States Lumber_ Co, N.Y.4:........ % 153' THOROUGHLY before accepting the claim of any
you United States; or if any person shall SUITED WITH A :. 5ra. p.o :....,..:..',.. .loo', ioj 4 I dealer. We CHMJ.KNGS investigation. You can't
cut. or'' cause or procure to.be cut i B'D.O......................... 158 Io4 P be too critical to suit us. Our Famous Old-fashioned
2xp
OAK or aid, ,or assist, or be employed' incitIng CERTIFIED Adele Swed AND CHECK ,
PINE ( ; any Jive oak red cedar 'pineo. Armenia, Nor bk. Melson.. 1163. 2.'. :24'it5 point in the They are as pure as Nature's own Ingredients can
spruce trees .or other timber on, I Treen to McKenzIe. Oertlng & Co. j B..._.-. 41 41 5 South'reac'd make them and TRULY AGED by TIME They are MELLOW.
L; cheaper than you can: buyIt or shall)) remove, or cause or procureto 5c CIGAR. Bauffshire. Ital bk Marchese 88S T.C.L.-.... 150 158>.4 oAua by Lii.9 SOu.Lilies'Dr without PALATABLE.tb 111.MEIMCIXALLY Shipped in plain PUKB., unmarked No household packages.should AllS b*
,anywhere. Any size you be boxed, cut, chIpped. or bored.or All the Genoa to master, Penn..l5 i 145:% Daaks and Com. Azendes; and Express Co.* endorse Our
of
r ', want.. aid, or assist, or be employed In boxIng color qualities and material fla ror.aroma 'Due Cuiglni Ital" bk, Olivari_ 1258, U. F.:.i.......:.::i.- U7 4' 157Auttey }/. 3 4 0 atwtolue reliability U a household word. Remit by Express
goo! r.-o. Order current in
i Money or Exchange Atlanta.
Genoa to ,
: cutting chippitfg or boring, for embodied In It. Qrder."s ." A trial order moa: :: ermatient customer
the of removing therefrom Edna'}'1. Smitu.jBr bk: Rice '736. Cotton Letter.
E.i 6. SEWELLPhone purpose I ; .. 4L Co.* Daily
resin gum. turpentine or other A. Greenhut i Co. Leith to'order. -:! New York Jan. 25.-Liverpool show- THE R. M. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA,. GA.

products any trees standin'g. growingor I Heratie L.' ,B ked Hohr, .720.. Sugua. ed -dlsstUon) to favor the mark
614. "ASK
: being on. or shall)) ,remove or causeor DISTRIBUTORS; la Grande. this morning as she did yesterday I ; LIL.4
procure to be removed or aid, or PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.SEEDS :- Klllccca. Dan. bk Pedersen: 765, I cables !Showing a decline! of only 4 !
assist or be employed in removing any Bahai. : points on spots, sales of 12000 bales; -- -'--- -- .
'I I resin gum turpentine. or other product Numberg Nor b t Birksoa 1107, while futures were reduqsd: about' 7
I Icf any trees standing growing, or being Chitstlansand to .A,, Zellus.Puollno v '. points. A much greater loss was look- 1NEW'PARLORS
We Put on. any other lan ''s of'the United Ital ,bK( Lairaqua, 1286. ad tpr and,American traders seemed| New
hereafter to be acquired Rotterdam td RosMco, Bros. Five Tables
States acquired or Bmnswicke-Balke I
disajpsmtpd that it 'did not occur.
<< with intent to export, disposeof l 1 1WHICH Previ<'fenz Its pk; 'OJ lcese.. 1185.Tonio. the market and
Room graders bought )
the said timber or Ital bk. Tonino/1032. Genoa.
employ
use or L
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I advanced the values some few points Everything Up-to-Date.
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. Hats on Men'sHeads products in any manner whatsoever Genoa to master. immediately -
but 'prominent speculators
: I other than for the use of the navy I Pruno Ital bk, O! eUI, 1212.. Actverp ,
of 14 Ease .
of the United States;. every such person to order. '.__ fcsgan their hammering process Government Street.J.
shall pay a,fine.of not less than Soars da Costa, Port bk, Marnato, I yesterday. and drove prices down until)! '
A. BILLINGSLEY
to I triple the "value of the trees so cut I 604. Rio;Janelo to }I. 'Baars & Co. a' level, i' few!, points lower than yesterday Prop.

.. destroyed or removed: or of the resin Venadis; Nor' bit. :'PetterSen.. Maran-. ', reached but the majorityof I ------a -
I ,I th Professional element seemed
f gum ,turpentine or other product re ban, to order. .
suiting from said boxing cutting, Schooners. j I to think thq market was low enough I I '' r- -- -- -

F Make Them I chipping .o.r r )boring and 'shall be im SUCCEED Calumet Am sch, Gnptol),, 1094. Bal-! and de pitg persistent hammering car 1_ __
I prisoned not exceeding twelve timore to order. )' riedtpOces upward aga1 I t Order 3Tou.r
r months." WHlIam H. 'Yerk8sri1 sch Cable ,from Liverpool"$tat d that
; .; Wade '
i, Senator Hansbrough has heretofore 1211, Norfolk. i the Onth nt was bearishly inclined,::1 ICE, COAL and WOOD

; ,ILook undertaken'. to secure similar legisla- When You Buy, -... j and also' jobbers seemed to regard I from: tlo.cConsumers'
I ftion, but without success. An import 1 lawer: = price i as likely. Mr. Jordan
: I ant movement has recently been put Get the Best. The Original. wired(he: SOuth .to hold their cotton,i I Ice and Fuel Company.

''on foot however, looking to the protection Foley. .&:. c .. 'Chicago! orlginatad j that the spinnerswere sold far ahead I I tQ Office-Comer Chase,and TUra ODL Phone 259.
Handsomer. of the timber on public lands It's the Cheapest in the End. Honey and Tar a.3 a throat and 'lung and,.mast have It, so that it was' only I --- -
I eluding all forest reserves ana' there remedy, &nj ona.ccount' the ITf'ati I a Question of time 'and 'patIence. i' -
f; is a fair prospect that the measure merit and popularity Foley's Honey Cotton at 12 cents Is comparatively -, -- -. __ -,

. !- In Will and be let glad us to try hara our you skill drop on I f above ptesent quoted session.may, be adopted at the I j and for the Tar genuine many Imitations. These worthless are offered Imitations high the; limit and for w-e rather the present think season this about unless 'I;.....................................................:

Landreth'sNew have similar ,soanding flames. ,conditions change radically. .
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you.No nutrition and In consequence Beware of them. The genuine I
Means loss
:l : a man bscorhing looks hat.Just right without II less Vitality. Whn the liver' Honey and Tar.Is'. IE s yellow Foley's' pack] Rev. 'Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D.J J II Outside Gas Arc Lights Make $i iII

I. falls to secrete bile the blood becomes age.. Ask for U and rtfuse any substi! Of Wayerly. Texas. writes: "Of a

f Jfo matter how stylish the I loaded with bilious propertIes. the digtstion I tute. W. A. D'Alemberte. 'druggist'. morning when first arising I often : i !
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clotaea be wears, to it he must becomes; Impaired and thel i! Crop'Just and apothecary.! : find a troublesome collection of
C have a hat that's up-to-date. j bowels coosHpated., Herbine will)) rec-1 f I phlegnT; *hlch produces a cough and is II Inside Window Lights Unnecessary j jo i
tlfy this: It''gives $01\e\ to the stomach i,' ............. ... .. .... I ery hard to discharge; but a small | .
i 'Flexible Derby at the ., .
strengthens
A Stetson : liver and kidneys ap- -'. quantity of Ballard's Hor hound
:;. three fifty is a top-notcher as to tetlte clear and Improves the com-;, Received.! TERSELY TOLD .. :' will at once dislodge, it. and the Syrup a J

style-and the' quality's there plexton. infi.tes new life and vigor to I BUSINESS. LOCALS.* if trouble ,is over I know of 'no medicine. : They, s,?rve an a'lvrtia'ng' purpose both outside and !in2
the whole, ystem.> 50 cents a bottle &0,5.' : # Then if which: : ii *
'I that,IB. equal to it. and it is so pleasant t lde the qucstioa ot Economy is. one
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t sold by all druggists.. I... .." I. ... .. S .
to fake, I can most cordially'reeomm1td -i terests you. ,you are invited to so? us about this; liht* :
1 McKlnzle Oertlng ft: Co.. wholes*!. !! 'It. to all persons needing a ,question.f 2
.CREWNOTIC. and retatt-.hi "chaooV) n>&JI.-croeen. ,medicine, : for throat or lung .trouble", .

!L L H 0. ANSON a' Neither nor 'consignees the captain of owners thej W. A. D'Alemberte. tile in Pensacola.only drst-tlul".J'a1rJ.--.e.""koua of to;tb.alL kind I', CONUNDRUM TEA. :. 1.Pensacola 1.

I Br. si Holmcside. will be re.. -;:)y'C. Epworth League of Gadsden_ M. E. ,
spopsible for debts contracted Druggist lid Apolheirj V. THOMPSON J has 'Jnsf pened a church!''.. will give a "Con an drum

t CASH CLOTHIER 'I by thecdw, of said vessel Tiliphoai 103.lllSMtkPlllfHStmt.. fresh line of beautiful box papers, ,'Tea.*"Friday.. "Jan. 26. at the restdence f Gas Company *

I suitable for Christmas presents.) Also ::of Mrs. F. M. :wmlams. corner j' *

Comer Palafox! and Main. P.n F. ''PERRY, j 1 1HYER' : !. crepe papers. Passepartout picture J3tU 'street, and 13th avenue. There.wi1ti'b I -Phone 149. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
J. I II I BRO, r' -3* C.. t<j ,, ... binding .purses, Christmas .card.etc.I. :a musical program. AdmlsBiom2 \ .

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