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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: February 1, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MIDDY Y CHAPIN ROGERS NEED MOT ANSWER ARlNGr"mER[N B U I ENDORSED THE


QUESTIONS OfU'4'D'lfY I IT EN d yr' ,


FIRED FORHAZING BT T POLiAVA S1:2i PRESIDENTSTRONGLY


Justice o/ New York:Supreme Court Holds



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'NI1 t :! ifcer of First Class and \Was By Associated Press. dersleove in the supreme court today. Provincial [ Killed b by $' Senator Patterson Steaks in High
York }
Nsw Jan. 31.-A decision that application to compel Rogers to .
Appointed from Cali Henry H.. answer tha questions was filed by Attorney Administration rAfter
Rogers, vice president ot Terrorist at Terms of the Nation's
General Hadley of Missouri.The : I
fornia. the Standard OH?Conipany need not application was denied because 1 4jyfY

answer the question which h3 refused In Justice! Gildersleeva's opinion, th. Building. Executive.
to answer In the hearing of the state court of original jurisdiction in Ml. r iY
of Missouri; against fae Standard Oil sour! ,should determne! the question

[Trial of Midshipman De Saussureis Co. was of, Indiana handed and down other by oil Justice companies Gil- the raised application by Hadley.was granted.ARCHITECTS Leave .to renew I I HELD HIM RESPONSIBLE, FOR SE- Hoped He Would Not Be Candidatefor

VERITY WITH WHICH AGRARIAN Calvert Smith In Jacksonville Times-Union.
Completed. I '
3 Third Term.IF .

OPERATORS TO' PRESSED DISORDERS- RACIAL WERE:: WAR SUP.IN t t

SEVERAL OTHER UP CASES TO BE ; C H TO TRANS-CAUCASIA THREE EXCITING: EVENTS DEMOCRATIC.PARTY HAD BEENSUCCESSFUL !

TAKEN AFTER ADJOURN. '
iii IN 1904 HE DOUBT

MENT, WHICH WAS TAKEN BY i AT TIiE'PAlM 1 BEACH RACES, ED IF ITS CANDIDATE WOULD }
Press. ,
Associated'
FIGHT THEMINERS By ,
THE COURT ,DURING EXAMINA I ARRIVE HERETODAY Poltava Russia, Jan;231* -A daring j -t HAVE WORKED SO HARD FOR:

TIONS WHICH BEGAN YESTER political crime was committed here
Two One thirteen THE. MASSES.
-Hiay at me uutrauce Itl1e aJ-nims- Nine Knots and and a s
DAY. .1

ration building' when*killed: Provincial Half ,Knot Event Were Closely Contested .
Councillor Finoloft was by an By Associated Press ,l.
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By Associated Press. S tnknown assassin. \i ", Washington.. Jan. 31.-In the senate
Washington Jan Midshipman FinoloZt was held responsible by the by Motorboats. today Mr. Patterson strongly endors.. f

Ned L Chapin has been dismissed :rrorists for the .ruthl 55 severity ed the position of the president in ,i1:f
tom the naval academy for hazin';. Decide to "Stand Pat" Against Those Who Have Been Selectet I ,iih which the Agrarian(disorders in By Associated Press The second race, a nine knot event, i Santo Domingo and in the matter .ol

!he ns a member of the first class je province were suppi4ssed, Palm Beach, Jan. 31. Three events I was won by Carleta in 57:56, a. few II the Moroccan conference. lIe ex j i

Ud was appointed from California. Demands for a Higher Scaleof to Make City HailPians RACIAL- WAR-AGAIN*, filled annual toda"s'program motor boat regatta of the now second lu I seconds ahead of Allon I pressed absolute confidence In the pa._ :

!EVERAL MORE TRIALS Wages. Are :, progress here. The last race, the thirteen and one- triotism of the president:: and trustedhe '

'WILL BE TAKEN UP Expscted. IN TRANS-CAUCASIA The first event today was the nine half knot event was won by II. L. meant to keep thu pledge not to 1'

knot race won by Anon in :28:05: in a Bowden's Mercedes in., 50:5 The I be a candidate for a third term. Theimander
\nnapoli3 ,Jan. :31.-The trial of Elizibetiipol; Trans-Caucasia Jan speedy finish. She was the third boat Mercedes! was under a heavy handi.cap
ssociated Press of the session devoted
'itiihipindn)!' De Saussure, of South By Three architects, all of whom have 31.- A racial war hart again broken to start. The Shooter, which startedin being the seventh boat to start.I was
,::1: lUna, was completed before the Indianapolis! Jan.'ai-John MitchelL. drawn plans for the new city hall will out ia the region between here an 1 I this race:, blew out a cylinder and On the second lap she passed all com-}:i to debate on the shipping bill.
'., and the court president of the Mine! Workers ot I bIlDabl : : I I Speaking of the Dominican
i.inmariiai to-day con- arrive in and will will to enter any of the latter petitors and increased her lead tJ I problem
Pensacola, to-day, Shusha!' where the Armenians and "
"' f.i a verdict: America in the Joint scale committee::I ', events; of this ,regatta.By I the finish. Mr. Patterson said it involved the 1 j
Th- against Midshipman Wilam j submit them to the committee select. Tartars are massacring: each other. I ,
case
meeting of miners and operators, today Monroe doctrine but there was no
cd to make the choice of their plans
"., \d, Jr, of Illinois, will be the | These horrors are' increased: by ths
,rct aKen He exercised the right I declared: "Tber'e must b" an increase for the city hall. reason for a division along party lined
up fact that ,the population is starving
At a recent meeting of the committee Thirty Buildings Wiped that .
'Intend himself without counsel.Foi'owing m wages or belie agreement. on question.
lever'Is
architects made application and Uphold ,rag.hg.; It is impossible .
'! this case, the court will Mitchell di4 not mention the percentage .' many Ot the president he sail: "I doubtIf 'F
,for an opportunity to draw the plans. to send 'food or :medical as
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: of weeks as Albans
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a recess two : Out Fire at St.
;.. 'ous interfere with examinations, of increase which the miners The committee however, decided to, sistance. by the democratic party had been su>
t.h.began( to-day. would accept but it is understood the, select from among the number I I I ces3ful.with'. candidate in 1904 eve .
three to draw 'plans. The architect s i would him '
statement is backed by almost unani-[ find striving as 'earnestly
Associated Press tern and fire department and the
I who submits the best 'plan will receive PATRICK WANTS no
mouns ser.tjmeit: amon;, the, miners! the contract: for drawing up the 1 Huntmgtpn. W. Va. Jan. 31.-Fire\ flames were stopped only by wide;( and fearlessly in sustaining the rights
DEATH OrPRESlDIMfELDER Tt1E that JL55 per cnt. be demanded, the!pans: the next best is to receive $150: J destroyed thirty buildings covering; streets. Insurance companies, hays i i of. the people against those whounit cI_ KI
amon'at" 6iN"the<"- leers: two years -s,hUe the third is to receive 110000. I '-A E1 TRIAL two squares at St. Albans today' Tire refused for ,years to 'take risk Jn St.I try oppress tin amasses' as;t&ft"prieSilti,'.r _
ago. The three plans,will be submitted to .. i loss is one hundred an,i, fifty thousand I Albans on account of lack of fire pro- chief eXeClUYCFor' three or four ':<'f
the committee to-day. but it is not' dollars. The town has no water sys- tection.
Following] Mitchell's declaration the be I I years the president has been carryingon
I probably that any of the three wall Assoct *
operators rE'tlredfor private confer, accepted at once, but will be held un By iated Press. a struggle ,with the!, money power
REV W. S. WADE DIED SUDDENLY enc In the caucus the operators Ill the committee has an opportunity I ,New York: Jan. :31: .Notice of a PASSENGER SERVICE I the like of which has, not been, known .

WHILE HOLDING CONFER. decided to "stand pat." U- go, thoroughly' into- .,the work. motion for a new trial for Albert T since the days' of Andrew

After the meeting one operator said, I Patrick on tbe .ground of newly discovered -, Jackson".j
NOTHING IMPORTANTAT evidence'wa's served late today
ENCE
AT
FOREST HOME.
"We will not grant one mill: per. ton pACKERS' HEARING The motion, which is returnable "AS BEEN'ABANDONED GAS LIGHTS S
advance, directly or IntJreet! !):"* and i February 9, was served by Patrick's
Pre. i:tirr> Elder W, S. Wade of the the statement was backed by many Chicago: Jan. :31.-No facts of 'great:.counsel. The principal ground urged I
T'l'lisarola. Disrrict of the Alalamannf others.'HELL". importance developed at today's hear'is that new evidencenas.been obtainer I IN NEW CITY :
*>rence of the Methodist church, ing in the packers case. Edward: Mar" to h'OW'that William M, Rice did, Between New Orleans and the Isthmus of Panama, and the Only
,,1'0.1 of the Fairbanks Canning : of chloroform but dieda --
siuldenlx Monciav afternoon. while ris, treasurer not die poison '
i tilling: quarterly conference in Forest WAS, Co. Ira Morris: secretary of the natural death ana1 that valet Jones / Way, to Reach Colon NDw is by Way The residents of New' City, in the
tome same corporation and E'lw. B. Swift since release said that he never killed
Mi Wade has boo in failing health were the only witnesses. J Rice I 1. of New York. northeastern section of Pensacola,
fr' some time but was feeling;; as well WELL HANDLEDTHIS will" shortly have the advantage of gaslIght r
t, usual the! latter pan of the week I 3. This was decided upon at the .-
tti...n he went to hold the meeting a* I MANY PENSACOLIANS'WERE PRE last meeting of tne Board of Public .
r<>i>';. Home 'I Works but it was not until jc,:erdjy ''
WAS THE SUBJECT OF REV.
H., had frequently expressed a ileTI I PARING TO JOIN THEIR RELATIVES that the location of the lights was decided
.<: ,' ,to "die in the work" and no one SPIEGEL LAST NIGHT, AND upon. .
fchonld grieve that his prayer was an-I INTEREST-IN.G II BUT MUST NOW MAKE Mayor Bliss Chairman Zelius ani i

irt-d, He was suddenly stricken WAS VERY ,NEW ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE Superintendent Zeek made a trip over
ih paralysis )Monc v' and passed the territory yesterday and decided t,
.t A'. ,. I TRIP. upon the location of the new lights.; 1
'Th.. lt>cal pastors Revs. Glenn and Last night Evangelist! fcpeigel spoke In doing so they selected the terri ;+
T 4anil of the Palafox church and obstacles ,' tory most thickly settled. and where J"
"Hell and some -
of ,
Rte IJoc"rs of the Gadsdon church on the subject
the : would b
L The service heretofore 1'gatj of more benefit ;;
kr, Monday night to attend the that must be overcome if wo passenger '
I > ; than if .placed' in other !localities
funeral! go there. He 'ai';uej that._hell is acertainty I ; : maintained between New Orleans an'] The Gas Company will at once commence "

whatever that may meat.lie I: r' : Colon on ,the Isthmus.of Panama, has the installation of the pew '
spoke of the character of holl as'a [ ; lights, and It will be only-a short tinyj ;
BLISS PURCHASES I place or state of bodily suffering, of -. been discontinued by tho United Fruit I before the residents of that sectlm 9;
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memory and remorse of. tormenting! xj Co., according to advices received by! will be tnjovins lIghting facilities
MORE desires, a place of shame,of vile (com" l I which thy have not htrctofore had. "
PROPERTY 1'311l0nships-"Uell H: a Wurld With, 1't'rA' K2 r ,several Pensacolians who coutemplated -]

out hop('." I Dt ,visiting the Isthmus in the near I

He said, "There are many influences the t ADUiIERA7 'ti future, and the only way of reaching WIDOW OF YERKES jt( I
HAS urgiug us against
CLOSED :
DEALS FOR THE: on our way Coovs ,. 1 .
wron! way, such as the teaching of -5 Colon'now is by way of New York and
SEGARI AND BOGART PROPERTY the Bible a mother's teat-rni's, the: the Panama R. R. steamt.* s.I MARRIED TUESDAY I
sermons we boar, tho Sunday school
of Pensacoiian
A party composed
ON EAST 2ARRA- I
teacher's lessons, kind ,
lot Mrs. B. L. Larcom Mrs. )
S .irit's' pleadings.
friends; the Holy ( {
GOSSA STREET. the Cross of Christ. These must al.! I Mrs. Busbnell, Mrs. Kelly and I4i.m'l I Associated Press. 'fi

be put out of the way before we can I, I al others whose husbands have New Ycrk Jan. 31.-The morning 'ilj i

'fa or ('has. H. Bliss, who icccntly go to bell" rP employed by: the government on tae:j papers ,today announced: the marriage .' i.j i.
P': -hjsed the valuable Sheehan rrop-j I i ,The sermon.wasahcard by an interested '! Isthmus who contemplated going tol j j of Mrs. Chas. T. YerKea, widow of the :.
t:, on Fast Zarrago street, has! audience. Mfss GSadcrm and t;Hate traction capitalist! to Wilsoll' l
the Isthmus as soon as the governtnent.
!-'s, 'losed I another deal whereby h.*!j Mrs. Reagor sang a duet together; Mizenar. ''No confirmation of the re- \ \
Canes' Into the possession! of the: which was appreciated Miss Richards finished the construction of i j port was obtained until }ats this af- .

tprfront: property known as the Son -]';, will sing to-night. his'tteme P I i if ir ir ir f San I
:-. and, Roart'places: both of which 1, Speaker( Spiegel will! have as II I advised from Washington that New i j Francisco who witnessed the cere-
!"* on the bay front and have largsi 1 this evening. -Heaven" which Orleans and Colon passenger traffic i I'm cr, said the marriage took place
:-tb houses and wharves attached, I[he announces as one of his most haPM i Mast evening at the Yokes residence 1 1j
This j! I It ,will be|I on the ships of the United 'Fruit Co.I I 'tl
purchase has been made by the] p)' and hopeful ,subjects.; i i on Fifth venue. There were two
ta-o with the view of eroctiu1; bath I| such a pleasant contrast to his hut ,, has been abandoned and, In consequence !! other witnesses' to tlif marriage ou I
'ss*'} often most modern kind along i night's sermon white he preached: they would be obliged to travel 'I'j of whom was Mrs Goodsell a friend !
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'' t bay front. where parties can be}I I from a sense of duty. Ho requests esixxrially : 1,200 miles to ,New York and :.:-:;i il.om'thf're I j of Mrs. Yerkes.' it'it'I
e ICrl'nJmoJatf'd- with baths of any na-: all the o'derthristlans! In tho to Panama by. steamer, instead i ";
:
: 'rho-! I name to attend to-n'ght! 1
may desire.) 1 city of every =
t"'' I is the intention of Mr. Bliss any,: for he believes they will be encouraced! i t (! of only about 1,669 miles, ,a>j fRAILROAD RATE pi{i
associates to construct bath! i,, in the Divine life by: the subject to be, :originally calculated. The contemplated -
,
; es at these points, which will not discussed.)t "I trip was therefore abandoner f I' BILL CONSIDERED 'i
f'afford salt water baths, but fresi j I Services at 7:30 p. m. on. East Gregory .. I until fall, when the party will leave ;'
tat!') and shower baths also. two blocks from Palafox./ "
I I I for Colon via New York If no service 11'
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Memorial in : j I '" t'is aId: established the Isthmus between before that southern time.ports By Associated Press 'j'_
Meeting Washington Jan. 31-The discussion ii
1Big 1 9.., t It is believed that; the passenger of the railroad'rate bill continued ala

WheelerBy 1w; \ service was discontinued, on accountof the House, to-day Incident to it :
General : jjt'two
Honor of w i' .( I yellow fever recently discovered oa speeches by Mr. Campbell of {
I ..0- % .. :: \\\l\ a steamer from Colombut no .definite i Kansas, and :Martin of South Dakota t tj
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i \ li j Itook a wider range and swept
Associated Press."ashinton. i.lanta.r It is proposed to hue Presi I I L Information is obtainable relative! to j trust evils generally Mr Bartlett, of i:l'f SI t

Jan. 31.big memor-'' dent Roosevelt, the commanderinchiefs .'and i Ii II this. 1 f Georgia, a'minority member of the com- <;':'
Grand Arru
i of the ) I 'niSitee which. reported he bill rtada
Letters received from'nacollans I .
I':: meeting February or-
at Atlanta on Veterans and allied .
Confederate
: the
:r h honor of general Joseph Wheeler J .'ganlzatIons i' and veterans of Spanish ,U. S. TUBUC KNOW; YOWL STLfF IS ADULIEHATEI AND PCISC'XED AND, THAT ITS.RUIN. employed' on the isthmus are to the l legal two and hours constitutional speech rt questions viewing i Involved ,1"1"a i'
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If'b'iU be a reunion of those who,I war present. Corporal fanner, at the INC MY STOMACH BUT I'VECQUIR 'D A TASTE-FOR: ; THE DOPE. '. effect that they are well! batuQed with' and advocated the passage 0: ,:n 1

'','',"* he< blue and the gray was i head of the Gi an:' .-\rIllr has will be alreadyaccepted' sent News It e-It is state that at least 1100,000,000 a":,year is,spent In this coon fay,foradnlterated food stuffs ccndltions.there, and are In!the best the bill as a proper" remedy: for f> uaej; here to lay by Camp A, i and a committee etc. \! health. : erate coaHUoa. ;.
'lICtt-r.: confederate cavalary of At-,[l Ito invite President Roosevelt .:

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:.NEW: AGREEMENT I I Irritation WILL ANIMALS BREED, ON WILD KEY !I -RIIEIJMAllsM: AN THAT INSIDIOUS'DISEASE BREAKS DOWNRheumatism ::



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I does not come qn in a day; the

.. NOW IRCUS OWNERS WILL ESTABLISH]' causes that produce i\ work silently in the system for years. This insidio*.
INTOEFFECI I I
I 1 disease becomes intrenched in,the blood and some exposure to cold dans'

: of the throat, sore and swollei : HUGE 'MENAGERIE ON 1. weather, or slight indiscretion brings on an attack. Poor digestion, stomach I Itroubtes..weak

& Liwi Rtdl IcrSmaerCwghiuiCobis. tonsils and othei I Kidneys torpid Liver and a general sluggish!
: 1' Cam Wkai All Else loss of voice, condition I
,p_ g FaIIj.Ita4&sevte.inwwi throat troubles should never bt FLORIDA ISLAND. I II the system: are responsible for Rheumatism Food souring in the stomac\ '

(o'd wbicit tented en my ___ and I bad14.* I sevpre 111e4: great cough I neglected. These ailments quickly : I poisons the blood the failure! of the Kidneys and Liver to act properly ieavJ:
% cgiaed I trte rcmcdie which
ui&ar but none waste matter and impurities in the system coming In contact
t.1na youth rexned.e.Done
of ttmn teemed todoiu work the and Tvrth ,
o(wlurh did inn any _ _ _ any good and at last *I down to lungs, I To purchase Saratoga Key, a tropi the natural acids of the body form uric acid. This is absorbed by the
good boRic until 1 of finally-Hr. Brtl trtoaCM jIJ a trira II'' on.Flne-Tar.lIontT Nile of Dr. t often end in consumption or pneumonia. :': : ':al island ten miles long by a mile in1!and as it penetrates to the_muscles, nerves and bones produces the terntol blood
I ino-Tar-Howj.whi'tro- h. and it cured ...... \rry idlb, about 'three miles off the westjrn
; vnIueaIotite. Ilfale Herman > pains and aches and other disagreeable symptoms of Rheumatism. !

Henry I a bU' ,I'l Lwmviiie.E.M.Catlv.etint XT.. I Order Railway y' Conductors i r Will 'r bay coast and of there Florida set, just up 'a below.huge Tarawa men--'. made a" torture by its excruciating pains nerves'are shattered the health Life 1:11:*.
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)TaLk*. 4)py Pu1pt* _ HAMLINS and preparing dermined and if the disease is not checked it breaks down the strongest

b*.,UtIc Ock,4iL' S Begin Working Under New igene or zoological for the market breeding of wild animates stitution; It will not do to depend on plasters,liniments,etc;such treatttft!

the: latest plan of a group circus is helpful in easing the pain and reducing the inflammation but does not t I

Scale This Morning. WIZABDOIL owners headed by James A. Bailey,. reach the blood where the real trouble is located. S. S. S. cures Rheumats

:: I laYs the Baltimore Sun. by purifying! and invigorating! the thin acnd '

Their purpose is to underbid the, blood.driving out all impurities and poisons asj

The new 'agreement btwee.n the '(.fe.n animal dealers to whom the -s S S sending a stream of strong, rich.blood to waa!
)Kospecthc purchasers have to go nowj out all irritating particles that
Order of Railway Conductors and thei used as a gargle, and externally are causing]
: their wild animals and who haiejpractically .
or I
i Louiivil'f- and Nashr'lle!' Raflroil I b'onps'"ffectlve ?-': on the throat, is a marvelous: rem- a monopoly. Several meetS, pain and inflammation. S. S. S. stimulates the

I' ( ; this; !iroralng.' aBji all i' cdy for these painful and danger I Imgs of those interested haVe been I PURELY VEGETABLE.. sluggish organs to better action tones tp tje:
OVER 4,000,000 BOTTLES ,OF conductors on; the entire system will I stomach and digestion, restores nervous"
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; 0113 disorders and effects relief Hid, and negotiations bare been open- energy
; work und r changed randl ons, | all and builds '.p the entire health. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism whether
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of practically
'id for the purchase at'tle
Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey I The asrccmrnl' wa$ drawn, Jn reaI -, and cure: after everything; else nfthe island. or chronic: and the cure is thorough and lasting. Book on Rhcu'natisa

I sacola: some >'cks ago by lit" general| has; failed. Their plans include the pending of I and any medical advice desired without charge.. I

wire Mid. Jariif tbe year MM... ai ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. Tho stmoeett evidence of the grievance committee ot the Ordr: .ofI of Harlin expeditions to Asia, Africa and various ThESWIFTSPECIIC
menu of a proprietary medicine u the opio.cn of the consumer. Hero H the record; I Railway Conductor*; and ]Wsj wick: I Says Henry Wade of America for the CO-. ATLANTA, c4 .
Over Tw, Mlllta Bottle la 112. Ocr Vmc PHltoi. ) Potlks, U IMi Over i the coir.m'tteo.'of! whi'l h: Conductor I.I K.M. Mo.: "I am under obligations to portions
Fear MlllJoa <lcl ,la W4 This evidences tbe opinion of the I : '. I capture! of wid animals. Ranges
consumer regarding: the merits of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar- [I Wilson u. this city,' is a womb"prcscatod \ -_,'you for the great good whict r LO be fittea,' up on the tey:: and an'l --'- ---- -- --
'\ 1IoIr,. best cough medicine on the market. it to" the 'general oflicers' : olI 1 Eamlins Wizard Oil did my wife. animals. captured are to be turned

':k i j| rLook: (for the Bell on the BOU1-n jJ(D j I the U & X The omc'als attachell 1 1I i She suffered from Throat Trouble to them and allowed to live as nearly ,
I hir .signaturp, the new ament: to\ their natural] lives as practicable their''
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,,; ,- Preestb$ the.E. E. SL-njEKUND MEDia co.. rttfauk. kj. There are a- number of changes iaI : tored and doctored nothing did The project was. started as a retaliatory -'
I th3 and ta conductors inj her until she tried Ham- GORDON & BROWNH'ARDWARE
i gpgfflfia? si. BMBflMffll I : agreement, ,, any good step against several European
I j a number of hutgnccs were fortunte lins Wizard Oil." Price 50c and dealers in wild animals who felt af-,
I enough to secui?- raises In salaries.f $i.oo. Uievcd over the invasion of 'Europe

Thcs3 raUe hjweverr wre:' owing to by the' Barnum &. Bailey 'shoTv.ani. |

CATARRH : changed cynJitions from the year picvious Sold and ,recommended by who planned a reprisal in the form off I Il

espcc'ally where work on runs WHITE'S PHARMACY : big animal market somewhere in the
.
had increase or where: night wonc Pensacola. Fla. United States. COMPANY

: Was neisary. Phone 1St!. Night! Phone 44S.TO Promoters of the Saratoga; Keyplan .
FOUL BREATHIf I 1h! agreement was porfetjly satis- say even if the European marl-et.I

(actor)", to the Louisville: and Nahvilio -i- conducted with a branch in America'they

[ officials' and will' remain in cf-- can' underbid as (their -animals
and and There is Constant IN '
K'hawk Spit a FLORIDA
You Continually _
will be into the country J.or'
f ct until February: : )Js SIJ t 1007.i brought
Dripping From he..Noselnto.the Throat; If You Have ; trceding:punvobes". __ana:; will! esc pe EVERYTHING; in HARDWARE

Foul, Sickening Breath, That is Catarrh. i No Case Pneumonia on Record I A riNY.SCHOONER duty. -. .
We -jo not Know of a single! instaac'1,
CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B. .' vvhire a cough or cold retultcd in.pneumonia Startling! But True.
,
People th world o\'fr wer horrified -
?
of consumption: when Fo- BELTING VALVES AND FITTINGS,
? membrane find B.B.B. ix'nds a rlCb. 1! BUILDER AND HIS NIECE ARE EN on learn'ns: ,of the hurn'ns; of_ aChicago _
It your br atb foul Ia yoorTftJo husky mucus ley's I1on?y and! Tar hid been 'taken. i .' :
II your noeeatnppe1? Po you DOrf'innissbt? tInglIng w.irm.rlchpureblooddlrect It coughs and colds perfectly thoater In which nearly six
cur's s.); ROUTE FROM MAINE TO THE
dealt" lx have Ire- to the pnrnljvfd nerve, mucus membrane '.4
1"10 sneeze a great you '
cnect you pain In the forcb..xU_lo.you have bonrs and Joints, giving warmth and do no; take chances with some unknown hundred people lost their Jives, yet! PIPE, NAILS BAR IRON
rains aeroM the Arc you losing your strength Just where ILls necded.afld In this i I preparat'on! wa'ch! : may conI -i i EAST COAST. more than five times this number 0o".r :1 ,
fen** of smell itStr a dropplnfc la the war making a perfect, lasting cure of 'I 3,000 people died from :
tain walch, I pneumonia
tbroatT Are:yon losint your eene or lasteT catarrh la all Its forms. opiates, cans constipation, i
Areyougraduall.TgettlDgdeaf? Doyouhar DEAFNESSIf a condition that retards recovery front II I The little schaonpr: .Albatross Capt.! in Chicago during'"th same ) .zar.i MASURY'SREADY-MADE' RAILROAD
buczlog sounds? 1>>yon bavo rlnRlng In t be coil. .Ask I with scarcely a pass'ns: notice. Everyone j
a for l-bl.v's Honey and ;
AV
af .1.ready'deafor E. Smith bound from Portlind.
eara? TV> you suffer irlth nausea of the von arm gradually growing: or are& : ,
stomach? lit here a eonaL.ithad taste in hard of bfiarlnfr. try Botanic Tar and refuse! any gubstltut-f otrercl..W.o 'Me., to Ormond, Fla., is at Gloustcr: of these eas's of pneumon'a' r-,
the tnoutbt Do yon have a backing(cough Blood Balm(fl. B. B.). Most forms of deafness Ii. \. D'Alemb?''rt('. druggist an,I )1 ass.. says the Boston Herald and suited from cold an.1 could have been'' PAINTS,
deafness br
at eight? Do you take coldeasily or partial are ci
Do cough
you? If ao.yofl taeeatarrh.Catarrh tarrh. and in: curing catarrh abtlt B. B. apothecary. j will probably remain there for the prevented by the timely! use of Cham.
! Is not only dangerous In this way thousands of men and women have had .(next two months. Capt. Smith has de- berlain's Cough Rente:!>'. A great

butit lionea.loaiof causes uIeersttona.deathand thlnkingand reasoning decay power their Botanic bearing Blood completely Balm(It.I restored.*.B.)Is pleasant lied While. LtUs ambition and energy often causes loss and safe to take. Thornntrhlf tested for The colors: of pure ocean water and [coast will be too severe especially I have warded it off by the! :

of appetite.and reaches indigestion to general dyspepsia deblllty.ldlocy, raw 3O jrs. Composed of Pure Weak Botanic Stontarhs.enres : In.grcdients.Strengthens *. the' varying shades oUsenxnl where impurities .'Info( he is accompanied by hi's niece the: prompt use of this remedy. Tb? following .::

end throat Insanity. It needs attention at onee. DrapepAia. Prlee Rl per larg bat are wet with are diversifiedby pietty 18-year-old Rose Cotney and! is an instance: o! this sort: SUPERS'STOVES AND RANGES.
C'ure It t.T taking liotanlo mood Balm tie. Take a directed. If not cured when I| being a boat builder he has agreed: "Too much cannot b taid in favor of
It ls quiet,radical,permanentcure right quantity taken money refunded the coloring effects of the enormous :
(u.8.a) a Chamberlain's] a
Cou
work .and r
to with Remedy
boat or that
,< ; es-j:
became It rids the system of the poison Sample bent Free by writing Blood Balm multitudes of various forms of organized :.4 jOQCcrn
germs that cause catarrb. Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta Ga. Describe your trouble i city for the next two jnonths. pecalb: : for cold;. and Influenza." li .AGENTS.
does with and free medical advice io salt; life' which sometimes misk the I It I 1 .. ..
I B.B.B).purifies the blood away special Capt. Smith, said i to a Herald reporter know that it cured my daughter. Lauri'
very symptom,giving strength to the entire jour case, also sent in aealed letter. natural color of the surface of tt '
I ? sea :, "I farted from Portland. Me., of a ewre ccdd! ., and I beUjve! : : saved i! NEW YORK.BELTING AND PACKING CO.
--- |I.nn.l tinge cxten!" ive areas with remarkable December 29 of last year and proceeded her life'when she was threatened wito.
<'ol.:>rs. Ret ai>i>cars to be most, along the ('oast. making harbor I I pneumonia.." W. D. Wilcox. Logan/ NEW YORK LEATHER BELTING CO.

Iii f tfn. jueiitly(! 'net \vjtb. In the" southern teach ,night, arid arrived here a few I II New Yor .. Sold: by all druggists.MRS. '
parts of the Rod sea and la tLe Arabian -i days ago but _decided not to make too:
Orders Shipped Same Day Received
Mail
gulf large Press are 'colored( bloot 'much fuss over our trip! so that we: LEWIS AGAIN HAS !t -

DepmssQd.I '"red by inlcro!coi'c! aninialculae, cud in i!laldn't: tell any one just where we, CHARGE OF THE LEWIS 'HOU Et ,

1 |-(lie Indian ocean similar forms of life were bound J "or dur intentions. The Atbaioss .

cause in addition to red, milk white I, is :31 feet;; 6 inches ever all.1 t The Lewis House, opposite the \
I : hu frequent beadgs. .a"bad ti feet beam, :S: feet draught, schooner union depot is undergoing a thorough ;- r' -
\ or yellow spots of great extent, the
\ appetite. Inability to 51eep \Jfe Oao r."Jaekor I i rigged. has an, open Cockpit! ,. which is i overhauling and renovation and will stockholders' mecun?. .tnti) <:lo.e
IeeLin1 I
;.lt 13 DOt DeCessarll.J soma dlro teIlaJ : i 1.? appearance of which ik frequently ,I 1 not self-balllng.and, has a. small cuddy soon be placed in Its old-time first Professional! Directory elected at the first elction ha i oQualified.

It's _alarming to 'the i ignorant nj)(r; Off I|fcrv.ard. c'ass condition.Mrs. : C Gunter Elmor-: thaI)'

the Liver. the Guinea coast hips sometimes appear ,I I "The vessel was purchased by Frame Helen Lews.'bo! so long -conducted 'THDS; 'PEBLEY, president and general manager HBimore.

Don't fan u to float In milk. Extensive red I, Staples, of Ormond Fla.. and I took the house! has returned to take Jr., shall be. vies rLt2.:: :
gu to.iay ?sour druggIztHERBINE,iout a streaks are also known to occur in the i I the contract' fo .deliver at -the latter cbarge of II after an absence from the LAW. REAL ESTATE." LOANS ANDCOLLECTIONS antI Ludlow E'more! shall! be secretai!

southAtlantic somh.l'acitk. vvlm-b place but as I have' until October to business of about two years and she. and trsasurer-

are 'I&u.l by host of small ml cru. I I fulfill my 'contract, .I decided that we is note 'at work repainting repapeiin,; PALAFOX AND ROMANA. 6. The said corporation thai a.

I tacea.: The "*\miliou sea" of California I had plenty of'time to make a \ojage. and cleaning the place up. Mrs. Lewis PHONE 959. no time, subject itself to a itt":

U will qutckl,nnd&llrel owes its brilliant color to in ,. end .on. reaching: this port declde 1 t.i will be assisted in the management of amount of indebtedness or HaL

1m: t =rt 1' fusoria.r'a colored green have been I I wait a cojiple of months. I am accompanied -I the bouse by her daughter. Mrs. J. S. than thlrthcu: and dollar.

tel' t lDc the 11ri bomo noted, pccially ja 'the arctic: regions. ,! by my niece. Miss Rose McClure. T. YATES M. D. 7.. The' names and reJ1Hnw 'I.r
SO Cents. i Cotaey, 18 years of age and when I ,'
ALL : subscribers
DHUGGIST6.MMMMmBBMB hKh nre due to myriads! of diatoms, ]I the and the amount
rt&unie the journey she will! accompany -
M! and in some i-ortious of the antarctic Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. OPTICIAN stock subscribed for by each of '*4
I I me. Foley & Co.. Chicago. originatedHoney
; subscribers is follows:
color at
ALL DEALERS. seas diatoms of rusty make iht We shall proceed down the coast by t
,,i and J Tar a; a Throat and Lung 306 THIESEV BUILDIGN C. Guntsr Elmore Pensacoa, fli,
_. .. water a dirty! brown. : easy stages, running rights when the:!i reniedy. ,and on account of the great: I -
--- -- --- --- ------ -- - -- 90 s $9000.00.F. .
are8.
\.eather permits but will make an --
I ( merit and popularity Of Foley's Honey I H. E'more! Jr., Montgomcr\ li.:
how drueml Butler Lout a ,Horse.WLile I i effort to be in harbor,each night, On :: and Tar many imraitations are of- '
iu fr.- it of torsbtirg One-nil : reaching the Chesapeake bay I shall I II feted for similar Bounding names. Beware -I LEGAL AOVERTISEMETNAdmniitrator's : 5 shares X500.00. I
Ludlow] Penacola ft!
,
Elmor
SHINGLES, SASH DOORS, WINDOW GLASS Butler refeivc" information that his I II I sail up that body of water and take,to i of them. Th genu:ne Fol y'a .
I i shares $500.00.In ; .
the inland canals and water courses Notice; cf Final Settlement .
I favorite !Jor11110111: Er(>. had IK-OH .Honey I and Tar is in a yellow pack **
BUILDING MATERIAL. to avoid the dangers of Cape Hattera*. ii" rs estate. of John W. Fra witness whereof the before m!
I \ falin Into la I :. Ask for It refuse sub-. *
anj
accidentally kl1tt"hr ;': a My ncce! and myself are at present I' ; any ter. deceased. toncd: subscribers! have hcreun'o: 11

: Phone I II.! \kl. G. DeSILVA & CO. raviue. Upon ho ordered ths departure nu>: Irisl1lert"lUt of his informant to i, beard-Ing: at 435: Main street." !: roughs Etitute. and I: is colds.V.the best. A. IVAlemberte remedr for.i Notice i 1. hereby gtve that on Tuevday I I their hands.C.. GUNTER

.. I i Miss Cotney was found at the boUd-I' the 7lh( day: of August 1906. at EL IORE.
sw- ----J .w1 -- and fckln him. I druggist! and apothecary I F. If. JR..
go ing house above mentioned. 151i 10 o'clock a. m., 0: as won thereafteras EI..1IORE.
-\That, U Almocd L'ye deatir' asked i below me-ium: : eight, rather; preposs- sam 'era b heard I will apply to I LUDOW ELMORE
-- --- r -- -- - -- --- I TOURISTS ;
1 Prompt delivery to any part ot the Pat. I lin'; in appearance: anJ didn't appearl!: EXCURSION TOLADVS the Honorable 'Coul tf Judge of Ei- State of Florida. Escarnbu Count'.

E.: B. ACOSTA & CO. city. :I I ,"What's that to you? Do cs I bid ,:to make much.of the perilous vo'age1'1| WALK TOMORROW f cambia count, Florida for 'a final I: Befcre the subscriber apparel C.

\ I you and ask! no '
The fine steam Columb'a w11carry :
Office and Yard-22 to 2S N. Tarragona ddn't; suffer inconvenience from : i e
\\". .. I. antI Retail Dealers In :Pat went n'Jout his buslues and IDJ i i any I\ said cita.e.; known to me to btbe: fndi. t1u..l l
!Sf,, Pensaco1aF1& Phone 363. I, ;:theo>'age." she K2;.d. "I rather enjoyed : out a tourist's: excursion to I IIARHV L. FRATER.Administrator scribel and acknowledged (thai! J an hour or two rctmtied. .
'i ILad 's Walk Santa Ro-a Soin'ltomorrow.
the trip. I was born in Florida I II > up I the foregoing article of i>
COAL WOOD AND ICE ,I| "Well. Pat where Lave you been all ;I and am an orphan. my uncle, Capt. :I : The boat will leave Pal- sociation for the uss: and 9 IUp.st1:
this time?" demanded the 'I afox wharf I Dated February lt 190C: oam6m
sternly
genitral. :i Smith. bein only living relative. promptly at 8 o'clock!: and ,
_. ._ I $ ivy II theren! expressed.
-. .- .-. ----. _
------ ---- '- --- L will about 7 .
I camp North last September with him return p. in.I. I "S
Given under my hand ann cai
NOTICE
READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT. !1 *':;kl niD'; the Lorse. yer honor." :and when he determined to make this I I OF INCORPORATION. cia I this 23rd day of Januti .tnte.
i j Notlca: is hereby'givrn. that ths :
: -no\'S' it take nearly tvro hours to nip I decided to ?o with him. I am on :; .
[ 'VE 3d day of March, 1906
the undersigned
'
.: perform such 1m operation not in the least afraid. I. F.LL.
The Flrvt Hat. wi.l apply to' the PATILLO C.\\lr:
Honorable N.
I "No. yie honor but then you %N'. it ;.I Miss CotnE''as smiling through I Dltt"Opnln> the subject of bnts' B. Notar Iut"v
on $ an II Broward. Governor of 'tha State of
tout the interview as though she looked
tuck boot half bour catch : <&
FAMOLISI : an to him 1
1OSES'! upon the trip as a source of antiquary expressed the opinion that Florida, at Tgllabaase'! for a charter My commission expires D"

replied PaLGeneral I: pleasure.: I tho bat was tint used quite as much Incorporates) them ana their associates 1907.

Kiitler! cast u;>ou his serrant I; I for decoration as for prott>etl n.The under th, articles of th! association ___ ___
OLD FASHIONED ,,uch n ferocious look Uiu: :' Pat thought: I ancestor of all bUs h? considers ts : immediately! following, : -- n

I i ue mpditatnl kinuiug an Trishcitn lu : bav been the fillet or band around ths i 1. W?. ,the undersigned do hereby $25 REWARD

WH_ I SKIES I revenge for tbe death of his horse. i:A Fair Chance hair among worn otner*;.)y Probably the ancient the first Greeks hint!, associate corporate_ oursejves under! tilt'flAme', and, become and styja in-.]

Uta&Dost. I of Tim PEXSA'COLCEME"T:
,. "I regret to say," remarked the toting gained' bj: men- regarding! head! ornaments -I STONE COMPANY, with its place of I',
AFULL4QTS.: A LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE. I physician ''that you have peristaltic! I U all we ask In order to demonstrate)I was through observing the I, business at Pensaeula" Fla-

I urilemiiii..' The symptoms ,Are un. ::. th wonderful merit of Hostetter'sStomach f crests plumes and antlers of various 2. The g.Lisra1 nature of the business I
?
We belie\e; ANY Msill guagehis purchase of mistakable." Bitters in cases of Stomacn birds and beasts. The eastern race. to be transacted shall b II
>
"OLD RYE" Whi-.key through an intelligent regard for his health. Liver or Bond disorders. You'll btf witbtheir! fondness for reremony and I buying. ailing! and the I I
Tear tner: exclaimed the :astonished : manufacturing ofcemrng
We ESOt.hat ANY man is TOO intelligent to 1 buy imitation wonder ,,.
OR agreeably surprised and hyjou display, afford the mot notable, Instances I and Its
whiskey after he il'Oers"he! has! been patient.What In the work 13 peristaltic I II suffered so' long when the medicine -: manufactured product*.
A of the use of bars .is signs of :-and all materials I
Y AFULL4QTS. "tricked." The crusade .. adulterated articles- I neurilemma doctor within reach. necessay to be uajJ
,
(I II I to cure 3ott was, '
.
rank and in such manufacture
of food a-ul drink has been so pronounced the ''A'"OLDCOR "It I ia, sir the disease from which: you nthority.. Thus In Bnddliist ;, and the buying'and
J
buyer has learned the importance? of investigating; :. are suffering,'" answered the young M. countrl the god*,are repreeent-. selling of othsr builders supplies: ,
It THOROUGHLY before acccptinsf the claim of any I t>. haughtily.-Chicago News. HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH eel Itll paring elaborate forms of bwdjrpar. and m.t riah. the, WDID'. using, rentIng "I I

WHISKEY I dealer. We VLLENOK in\'e\til1: tion. You can't ; In Korea the fashion attains Its bujing. gelling and mortgaging of

Express Prepaid be toi)critical to suit u. Oar Famous OldfashionedVhisJciei Natural E....gh.I BITTERS height n-* fewer than- fifty kinds of '.real estate and personal property, and
to \ i are far removed from the possibility of cutnoint hats being worn by the natives lndl ; the doing of any and alj. things nee
in the oy ici.,,m. They are a" pure as Nature's own ingrrdienU can I I Jolkley once heard a man ssy thati i is the only medicine ou need to cure, an | essary convenient! for 'the
South reacMby make thriu.and MKPICISAIXV Turuv AGED rnRE.by TIM No E.lion They ehoM are should MELIX bet I I i he would rather be an ex-c:>n.ict than Poor Appetite Flatulency. Heartburn: rations' of their SoMAl l position, out th,' purposes -of ths saId business.carrying

Adam Ron.Lines or: without rU.ATAI1Le.thl'na. ShippeL in plain' unmarked packsgse. All anything else he could think of. Po'k.! ; dig stlon. Dyspepsia Chills Colds! ,,. : :. The mount of ths capital stock
flanke ant Coin Atendes and KxprrssCevNendor uv Our I I leyThe idea! How eccentric! Jolkley"" Grippe Costivencss or BllllousncSVVOc $. ,. Thr Horar'a Hoof. is fixed! at tn thousand I
dollars divided
$ atwolti reliability iaahotPehold wonL Remit by Kxpre: : or -Xot at all The man was in the penitentiary In Its pireont elaborate form the hoof f -!I *f
into tflfs!
I 3 4 0 1',O MAnly Order or Kxcliangc current in Atlanta. one hyndred shares of the WARRANT for the arrest of
t _A tnut orrtrr,n"Vr< a p.rtn, ledger >:bi meat of inrport which( has been 'd. i to b, !
t THE R. M. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA GA. -i pad for in cash. man.Wire sheriff at Ip"-uDlak 5 1t111! r.
the animal
rised in
kingdom to 4. The
uphold said J
.corporation shall exist the 'J t;
Florida S2500:! ) reward for
J1 THE REVENUEQFFIC1RJ tc.orabl. Reqae.t. All kinds that you want. a large and swiftly moving animal in I for a term or ninety-nine years. ':, Fisher :Monroe Dougla This "m. -

I I Lft'w"f-Tout' honor; I want in Interpreter : Its passage over the ground. The original .- 5. The businesj of the company'Florence Wood kidnapped him toFreepori. :

for client., Judge-What toe nail and the neighboring : shall b3 conducted bya, board of three ser.J':
_ _ ... _ my {' OAK AND PINE ; soft Fla. on the night) of : ,.
--- -- directors and
-- u -- --I I language docs be speak Lawyer- ,; parts connected with It have been modified a president. ylce-presi- ber fcth. 190;). The chllj is 6 Hcato! ;

i---i flea a railroad brakemanv-St Louis i into a structure which in an extraordinary I dent general manager secretary and fair skin. light: hair has upp- """JT
rcLotaiir Post-Dispatch( cheaper than you can 'buyit I manner combines solidity "treasurer.[ The directors shall be teeth rotted off; very p'iirnPabout ., ;
.tb "
::1 ICE COAL and WOOD : anywhere. Any size you 'I with elasticity, so that it may strike elected at tb" 'annual ,meeting of the:, 50 pounds; very bright : f
want i company *o be held the deHiers:!
I 03 first Mon
His Trearwre. violent blows upon the hal'll".offace I Expenses paid both ways ;
# II :ra-om 'tho II The Coun\ (who has had a little t8! i of th*'earth without harm The result! day in January of each year and every,I child to DeFuniak Springs Fla. ill a
"
\ Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. i with his fiancee the heiress)-But. mj L. C. SEWELLPhoneB Is that the horse can carry a greater year.after4he granting of letters patent -!,i i dltion to the $:!reward.
I II' ; the remaining! officer IKU'CMf:,
be .
!
: treasure: Th Helre5s--Tonr rreasurel swifter i to electI II. \
Tarragona.
; II. Offlc&-Corner Chase and Phone 259. weight at a speed than any I el by tha Jirectqr8! at a meeting held! I Father of the (hI' J.i J.
i/ I Tour invetraent. you mean 14. other animal approaching it in six. immediately after 111PAGE
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EXCURSION, .. .
Finished ARYSCHOOL CEA&IS S ;
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i GREW THIS HAIR '9 (

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TO-MORROW AND WE CANPROVE xLuuI' "f.

Taking -- I '
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WORK IT. t- t
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..on.. I 'O' ,
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Inventory These Two Fast Basketball Teams -( 4 "* __ j
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Steamer Columbia Stores, Company .
1 Export Nayal
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and find that we havea to Play in PensacDla.Friday I Closes Up its Affairs and ii -.. _

few special lots to Night i Up Santa Rosa.Sound .

dispose of. : I to the Lady's 'V alk. 1 BusiessHer re}.( __ (.

I Boat will leave Paa-! \ -' ) l !"

1 You need the Clothesand most What promises; 'to be one of the : fox wharf Friday !1 The XavaJL Stores ExpW 'Company,I II -
eXCiting and hard fought basketball I k _
we need the games of th, :season will:! be played i morning promptly at which was organized several months ;t I j / i t_
and which promisfd'at that time -
ago, ,
room and money; so in the gjmna lum of the:Classical j 8 o'clock and will to cut a considerable; hgurj in.the naval -I

let's play checkers School Friday night when, a!*; advertised -! return about t 7 o'cIokt btores exw'rt business 13 now a,

first move. in .these columns the P. C. S. thing of th5 past so far as: Pensacoia.a !
your t concerned. The offices jn The Thie-I
team meets the team of Ihe University
Fare Round $1 sn: building have been closed, and the
Military School! of Mobil i Trip '
,
business here wound up._
Watch this
space tomorrow This Is the first appearance of the .
R. G.. Tonno, of Savannah, wha has
University School in Pnsacola. bat
for prices ben i in the for the monta
from all accounts they are a hussj i Fish Chowder Sand"wiches city past
and see our north bunch of players besides! : having the settling up tae affairs of the company,
and Coffee left for his
i yesterday morning home.
window for slight advantage of height: and weight.
display. I i[ OwTng-to the plans of thoewly: formed
served 'free.
over the local team Basket ball I Is avery ,
export which was ,
company organ1el -
popular: gams Mobile and as a
1 Jo fight the other .e);noners for
rule the 'thatr..prc c:1t
teams the various '
----- tic bu.lnss. a large ,amount of busi.!
schools of that ___
city are among '
T nest was in :band, and it was necessary -
tho best in -the. south.. '
: for Mr. Ton no to remain: hre
The P. C. S. TWJJS; art e rt.inlput- For Expert W tlh Repairing! and : (for a month H: orJer lo close up this
ting up a remarkable' game\thls year .business. Hj has completed al1'of
I considering the. ize and weight of the Engraving, go to
this.:
JI : hOAOor and the' Naval StoresExport
F material they had to'Acct! ra team .
j n
.
Company is no longer in existence '
J. F. DAVIS FRANCES MAStS
from. BJ hard and faithful practice the Jeweler KNOWI.TON -
they are JPl'rmined'to win this I so far as P'nsacola is concerne l. MISS DOROTHY CLARK 980 Oarfleld Raulermrd Chicago. oa.") MISS LUCY SILT
game According to. AI r...To3no<>'thepauy -COIHj 2130 Or.n.h Tr St... Ago 4 Year.. 5038 I-or*..t.ill. AT*..
213
all South
I I despite: tliei fl disadvantage( !; and Palabx Streit. had CHICAGO.
.
:Mobib will hate to'look io'hcrjlaure'a! j ,very bright prospects, but CHICAGO.- I I
long bsfore'Jh ce'c 'calls!! ,; "time tip." The Latest Designs in Watches had for seams reason' some of those who:: LITTLE FRANCES MRIEKLVOWLTON -
TERSELY TOLDWilliam -s agreed to enter did not, do so, and
I I, The .teams 'AJlJ' liJ 'chosen frpai the .1 and Jewelry. the ventura became fa.lu.re.. I whose photograph appears herewith has a most beautiful head of golden hair,thicker than the crown of glory of mo*!
folowlng players, Imtf the exact line mature women. Frances is only four years old, and her hair hangs within 12 inches of the door. The extraordinary hair

Johnson- Son's store is reeeiTt2g -, up has not jei: been decided: I i. strengthening qualities of Dandarine has grown for this little girl the most admirable head of hair ever possessed! by
\ coat of fresU. paint InsUe 1 U 'M. S.--Barnej, McintOsh, forwards ONLY ONE CASE)IN': ffc ]I I a child of her age in the world. The other tw.o; ladies whose photographs shown here are certainly delighted with the

|nd outbid"a which will greatly add toJjij : ; 'lisa,- canter)- McKeyn,:: Brad o"'t"trell, THE! CRIMINAL! COURT!i' results they are getting. Neither of them having hair that would reach to_ their waists before beginning the use of Danderli i ':
ley. guards IT IS POSITIVE AND PERMANENT IN ITS' .
1paraUCs of the store when com-I r FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. 4.- ------j-; RESULTS.
jjcted.Reorder: I I P. C. S.-Morgan, Philips, Turtle. .; Only1 one case up'for trial l in the I' When applied the scalp on either old or young it makes the hair sprout and grow thick, long and beautiful and there
[ forwards; Avery, Wilkinson, centers; Pensacola Fla. criminal court yesterday Judge Beggs is no waiting around for weeks and months to see results, either. Any druggist will refund the price if it does not aci ,,
I.aney had four prisoners'!j i Duncan Zeek guartK. : residing: and that resulted in the discharge complish every result we claim. NOW at all druggists in three sizes,25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00 per bottle.; -
Itefore him in the municipal court jes-1: A cou.pariscn of the teams shows i of the accused. I I FREE To show how quickly Dandarin acts we will send a forgo sample free' by return mall to any OM who sends this advertisement to the
|:ur I fines who : I __ __ __ ___ ____ -_ __ _____
|>nt ,entenced to thirty days and 1 1'n i larger and heavier than the locals 1 1I v Craney was,charged with having u -:- -:- ,- --' -'-- -"
oe4 upon the others amounted to! and thU! will have to be overcome by I I Amusements 1 stolen a mule in the year 1902. Numerous I

$*'i'OO ana costs. I I quick team work on the part of the I II i witnesses were examined and The Xame of China.
the occupied considerable I
case time,
Marnolia Temple No. 4, Rathbonehd I'"I Classical school bojs. ..,.. ;: .. .. 1i *,-. :ii; ., but resulted in a verdict of not: We speak of China and the Chinese.
;st..r' a most interesting met-| Before this game the Junior P. C. S. gulty.! little thinking that the natives of the r SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR A FEW DAYS

| s ig las n'Sht, when one candidat'stniai.d. I team will play the Junior Y. M. C. A. The case of William F. Brown of I Flowery Kingdom never hear those

'-i' After the meeting dell.HV -( team which they so decisively defeated Last Night's Play. Century,, charged with 'selling liquor,I terms until after leaving the place of
_' reireshments were served anll!,I last Saturday.: However the Y. M 1 "The Triumph of Betty" was played ithout a license, was continued. 1, their birth or coming In contact with

'd. mppung; trminated most C. &. boys promise to turn the tablaa here last night by Adelaide Thurston Emanuel Thomas, convicted of aggravated -j j, some traveler.! They have many names The large and commodious two-story dwelling I .

.3b enjo"I' this time. ThiswiJl be a highlj amusing lo a fairly,good audience. assault a few days since! ,I II by which they designate themselves situated at 314 West Belmont street, with
Rathbone Lodge No. :30.: K. and interesting contest and one : Miss Thurston is still the same winsome was sentenced by tne court to pay a''' and the land which they inhabit but' '

'.n roert to-night; at 7:30 o'clock with I that will b$ well worth seeing. little actress she always was f.ne of' $100 and costs 'or serve nine!'. Chinese and China ,are not.among the servant's ,quarters in the, yard, lot -

ork In me second rank. A large at throu Manager hth Philips manager Has of the received Mobile anfl aid .not fail to captivate her au- months at hard labor. > i I I number. The most ancient name of 80x180 feet; if sold at once, at $5250

.mlance Ur hton.is an.icipated who: has as just Hon.returned Thos.! team an offer from Mr. F. E. Millerof disnce:-she. never does Her ,support ,Sick' Headache.1' I China is Tienhal" which the signifies nilI "be- $1250 cash balance_ in 1, 2,- 3 and 4' years at
Since
neath the present -
sky.
.. the Mobile Y. :M. C. A. to give an i i
eta a :30: days tour of the state Htpeoted exhibition jn Indian cub! swinging however, is not altogether as good as This_ dIstressing :ai'mant! results I lug: house took control of the (empire in six per cent interest.
" to be present and make an II. heretofore. from disordered ,condition of the *
the'game. a 1650 the name o Tatsingkwoh has b"enI
during 'This kindly offer ,
.Idress before the loage ,has been accepted and the exhibition "The Triumph of Betty.." although: a stomach. All that 'Is n edd to effecta applied to the kingdom as a whole and Comfortable five-room, cottage situated at 914
Captain Wm. Hays was badly bruisesterday ."! sweet and simple little play, is possibl .pure:: is &: dose: or two:of Chanib'.=!r.I j I Chunskwoh to that portion known to
I
will be 'given between the haIrs of the
a I \ morning In being thrown j i '\arsity > the weakest one that she has had lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. In I American readers as the Middle Kingdom East Jackson street, ; must go at once innn

from his bug at the corner! Gar*1 I "Prof..Lil1er game. has held the amateur }Ju the past five or six )'ears. Not fact, the attack maybe warded of. orreat1r I t at. .. .. ., .' 4>I2UU
that it is not clever >
Although theinJufls a one, b.It just a in sv rity by'tak __
straw lessened ? : '
am aol Spring I
the United States i if? desired.HOOTON .
championship of for Easy terms
below m'erit'of. ,
trifle the her former '
considered serious ,. lag a dose:: pf these, Tablets as soon us
I :
are not Llour .. 'ear, aod ,.hi$ work w.tU; FASHION AND F1GUHE.
tlw'- are-\ i 'palnfal!: &nf the 'captafttI I }: the. plays. the first symptoms of,.an.attack, ap "- -. ,p. ; ,
club is remarkably'clever.. H 'has The play is in four acts. and tells a '
w I II) bo confined to his noma for sev pears. Sold by all druggists.
made specialty,of this$ Mud of gym story of a western girl who leavingter I. Cod F.rv. Kcesrr-!Simple! Mea.>
ral tlays.An r.astic exercise and th? grace and ease: father's ranch goes to visit rela- I of Acquiring It.
improvement which' has Ions; with which he can perform various in- tives in London Alter reaching there RESIGNATION OF CHAUNCEY I I IDBPEW ',I Speaking: of the fact that fashion has & WATSONLEADING

'en nailed is now b* ing mad; at R.i!!. tricate and dmcut'mOVttment3: and she becomes Interested in a love affairo IS ACCEPTEDNew [ been rather.flow in adopting the empire

E Lee tquare b\ (the Board of Public: swings i>1. wonderful. Prof. Arm : her own as well as a ,compilation style in dress; an authority oa tne INSURANCE
\\orks\ Tae walk leading from the I! strong had the good fortune of' -witnessing between the villian and her cousin York, ;Jan. 31.-Henry Rogers; human figure says it is dearly evident I REAL ESJ"ATE..AND AGENts

aorih gate through th squar? to the one of his performances and She! tries,to straighten out matters for Winthrop was elected treasurer the1 I'! that -what has kept the empire vogiefrom __._J.n1L- -.- -

\nith :sate is being rtbui under they':''he san hi.- work Is beyond comparison her cousin and thereby compromisesher Equitable Life ,As urance ociety by hitherto -- -' - .' -- -' -----
I own reputation,. much to the the directors to-day. He has been attracting geueral approval .
'::1peor\'lsion of an expert cenisnt walk with any similar exhibit.on: he FHO/VJ 1BBMETHOD
builder and from present incl.cations; j i, has seen. It will be a real treat and charm of her London aunt Everything field manager:and assistant secretaryfor has been a stupid indifference ts.
however is finally adjusted and some time. ; figure. The presumption was that nothing -
doubt the spacious gymnasium will
wIll b. one of the handsomest: !' no :
pews of cementalk in th;! city: )i be packed to overflowing to see hi3 explained to the, satisfaction of all, The; resignation of Chauncey, Depewas I mattered beneath loose folds. I NEW LAUNDRY
wonderful r1'ormance. ana So the play ends like all other director! was formally accepted to-1! whereas, on the contrary everything 1
then t it t is! completed The board haai I In JT
! tlaw the improvement of tills! As advertised, only one admission p'ajs! after this character day. :I depended on the pcriection of the fig- I Ii C.;tAWRtlUCE. Proprietor No S Wetl Rowan SI. ,,en....,.. Fla

square and the placing of the n N'i! will b? charged for the two games and. --- i ore." .
psveinnt is the first move in this the exhibition: The first game between Music lovers"The Eternal have a City.'great treat in 1 Good Carrl. .. 1 :-++............... ...............t.. ...........:
i i.recr'on.SUIOrn. I' the Junior teams beg.ns: at 8 For Ailing Woman : The woman wins has a bad figure
for them when Jane Kennark,
slore
lias I
o'clock.Th {! and desires to improve it it gt-estly
Hotel: arrivals: J. S.I! basket ball will 'be high. supported by ". E. Bonne '. Emmett !i I In her own to lo so. Setting '
Hank! Alabama R. Jones and wife. : games C King. R. V Ranous. H. L. Solter, power
,\c w Orleans; Kent: Bendae, Emil interesting and exciting from _stirt' Jefferson Lloyd and a strong company A LITTLE SOUND ADVICE' WILLI I I aside the question of diet entirely ali i MARION CURRY & CO. I Ii .
to finish and the club swinging exh here in Hall i iI i though; It is so important a lector in
t'l'Ii snun, C'ncinnatl.! J.V., Barrows,!; throughout appear I HELP MANY A SUFFERER: IN ,
New Orleans: J, R Pro and wife SaiMrv bition will no doubt be worth double] Chine's drama "The LXernal City." i Loth good complexions and figures \nt" .
: the price. Everyone 1 Is invited to Inspect the PENSACOLA.Xo with the must simple rules.
as of must begin
Quite prominent name
In: R. D. Hildbrand, H. J. Britt I .
[U4fl H Marks New York; Geo. C.JonpI .,I the school building. Caine on the programme will be thaI I : A woman who stands badly will never i t6, 18, 20 MAN ESA STREET, i ii.
of Mascajmi i. the composer of Caial- t look weL! She must contract the habitI 1.
:
raattanooga.: G, P Ssiails. Jap.! TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY woman can be healthy and well ,
I lena Rusticana.
walk
Fla. J j F. Davis MobileV.. J. MeGuUin I i knowingly l botldn standing'aud : FLORIDA. !
; PENSACOLA
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine lie has written! a musical setting,iif the kidneys are sick. Poisons that of the stomsich 't\'eliin. he i. ,
New York; Morris Gardn-r.f Tablets. Druggists refund money if it for the play. a Tertiable gem of color.''pa'is I r off In the urine when the kidneys: ing. keeping {'I .
Mobil.y, E. Laferty Baltimore; H. fails to cure. E. W, GROVE'S sIgnature ful harmony which; befsh-tens: the at'niospj'ere i ars well 'ire itta'nedln! th?'body when!: I!! chest well forward and expanded the I'
E 1r! <'aski1l. Tennessee; Booth'LOpri 25c. '! shoulders liatk and the head poised! at : WHOLESAl.E i
Is on each box. of the dr-ima and intensifies ; the kidney are sick KiJnejg and -
1. Mississippi: G,>o. b. Halben.Hle the dramatic action. The score consists -!I I bladder get Inflamed and swollen/!,. ft slightly! raised yet comfonable anglo : :
) F. F'. Heinbureer! T. )!cCal!. LADIES METHODIST CHURCH ; 'of an overture:, "an intermezza, i rowding the del'cate' female organs' vlikh will not allow the ("!tin to full I

t M, ..;' Miss Vallla Jones Sonner.va WILL GIVE VALENTINE PARTYA (t\"w marches. several chorals! and i i-nearby i ;and sometimes_ displacing: upon the n<>'k. There is also the quea-
.: Miss Ola Mu'lins! :\lusco"r8l' some reinforcing music;for the chiel itlum, This; is the.,truj caus> of many, tiou of breathing i HAY GRAIN AND .FEED. i
FU social: event of the near future is situations The music In no way obtrudes I i bearing-dowa pains I lam !ess. .back-1:1 n'chj Breatblnc.I .

a Valentine party which the ladies of' upon the d2luIa-the; play is I.!. ache, iltacne, 'etc. Uric poiscning|I Peel breathitig cvrcNes! should be .
\clt for nine Ribbon I.?mon or Va- Street Methoslst: ('hurc1lj the thing but it is an ek>< uen' .1. .
; the Palafox always ] also causes headaches, dizzy spells! Included in the phy !oal e Jurat ion of
'B'a;.. Th extract that pleases poof are arranging to be hedat! tho parsonage illustration of the high: possibilities! in languor, nervousness aaj rheuaiticl!' every (hiid who I la csrefully and consc'entiously : MIXED CARS 'A SPECIALTY. :
divnnnnatins taste. Absoluto- on the nIght; of Feb 13. inc'dontal! music if producers of plats I. ram i .. .
One : hON.tain
l I rought thing
konrt-. sue. twice as:: far and gi\ej ii I v.ould tale pains to obtain ou'y melodies Whjn Differing so; try Doan's Kid j up. '
th> 'Blue Ribbon Flavor." The Best Physic. which harmonize with Ihe character : n?v Pills, tin rem:-dy that cures sicS'kidnejs. 'Ii I ( no woman can develop her t GRADES ARE PERFECT. i '
that h <:iorif<:. Tim (h-.t! natunilly without accurate
Wpn lOU want a physic of the new interniez-j j i Yo-i will get better as tn'! :'i -
Nations Own De\"rage mild and fientl easy 40 take, aol certain -i, -o Is snoken of as beln? beautiful asi I'kidnej's: got batter, and health ,,'PI r'.!-, breathing. In order! to practice it properly : 2
\1m! th, ChamberJin's! j tl'at! of "Cavallerl Hustfcana." To do the bend most IK* thrown bek .
VorlTs; Greatest1in'rt1: to net. always use I! turn when the kidnC''s'ar3 ,,'ell. L;t '
Sprngs: ; Stomach and Liver Tablets. For saeby Ma'copnl justice! ,. *r.j' for the pleasure I a Pen acn1a woman tell you about the shoulders<: kcot: square nnd a deep .. I
WHITE ROCK WATER. all drurgisis. j jr of the audience., enlarged or'heS!I Doan's Kidney Pills. breath taken! very slowly through the :

I I tra nu"icians,will he cO:1lintrroul emplojetj! same> cw of YorK'the :Mrs. A. Crnunings.: of 402 AVobt la-j[' hose initil the! lungs are filled with air.. I We want your trade and will give YOu' :

..........."........." ........,, .<),...t:......: i i with the compnnv. Quirts to the! I' teadencia ,f'tl'f'et.. says: : -I must" say\ Tbtrro I Is no uior efpctual! ad! to beaa- !.
4hat Dcaa's Kidneys Pills -which\ \ breathing: for it has the
deep
't3than
'
length (If the performance: the over I such service that will insure a contin- i .
!
t trrpwill cortmcni'ti'at eight: o'c'ock 1 Piirchse,1: t'Si.iney Kahn's i most remarkable! effect[ con the Interns! a
dnij: store are a rrliab'e meJy. My j and tLercfore: : on the generalChamberlain's .
i in the e\enines. and at tw< o'c.ock Ij f fI organ.

HaveYou a i j I lor matinee next Salnrdav.: [!' kidneys many ''e'us l.a\c! bothered There was m2 a for tired a great le I,1,' I Do.Jrn nee. | uance after we get your trial order. .i

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leg about m all the time and ? .
o any xjen
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.ntl. "C it' : _
ion usd rne up entirely. My back: Cough Remedy the .
f Viewed as ad optical Instrument tn. 1, pained m" so at times that I couM *
i i human-eye nay weil bo call! *! perfect 'I not rise from a chair without assist Mother's Favorite. I 1 i I

{: i for It la DC appamtn (contained! in a I II anC<'. An old f'I'nli< o! mi"e reeom-/ The soothing and, healing: : proper-" I We Guarantee Goods, Prices and Promptness.
House to Furnish f I globe less'! Clan an Inch In diameter, in mended l>o n's Kidney Pills /| ties of this remedy \its pleasant taste

': which 1 1" produce cu image practically I jcars ago as they hal cured him "of a I! and prompt and permanent cures have i
: In form serious kidney complaint. I i PHONE 208.
perfect And color and whietican' j j neglecte-lj made :it a fl."oritc'lIh people every- i
., beaccurately adjusted'almost la- getting: a box Jrcm time to, time bat!

.: this. winter Are ,you, in need of one or wore: of pieces"it to :.'j I stantly inches to for InZnlty*very, which ditn is movable from fire ID {i (th3 finally New:wjxn Orleans I saw Item them I.started advertised to urei in,;, mothers where. It of is small especially children,prized for colds! by, !.. .....................,.............................. :, I

e BOW? Say "yes" to either question;! and you to, the owe "BuvNo.Pa.Latsr" :, every direction. has an 1If't"1small > them and they provrd to be a splendid j croup ,and whooping cough, as it alwayS - % -- ; -
I jourglf or to tho inonej-earner to coma 1 remedy I' have used some five or'Mx relief, and as it
quick
for affords
and ; enough thedetection of the most
I Furniture of Emporium.Furniture The positive what distinguishes .:j i minute detail! and at the same time boxes and they have correctelj contains no opium! or oth' r harmful
our I
character YOUR CLOTHES ? i
: thorough'goms the kidnev tronbl. and (the tirod, i WHO MAKES
samctlnicsoffrod law; enough for the! appreciation be given as confidentlyto
: it from the sho-ldy kind you are : .1!j o worn out ffe'ing which existed all\ the, drug it may
S ) bv those who care nothing for jour futurs trade. :I I large object and which enables us tc I time disappared an : Won.t joi come in to-day? j. :'1 see all'shades of color and to estimate I not ache as It formerly did. 'I have all druggists. ; Why not.hive them built ri ht here it home where YOU
:'dlstaac' solidity undo to some extent recommended: Doans Kidney, Pills to I I cu liive the privilege ot a try-en and let what you want

'I' the consistency: of objects and yet this several anj; know others who have F. &. A. M. i

I I Ii wonderful Instrument perhaps the used them with the most, satisfactoryresults. A regular communication THE REESEMENDEL TAILORING COMPANY
MARSTON & QUINA,' I most rarlwl in capabilities! of any ." ; A Pensacola Lodg*. No. 42, F. &;
I part of the body is persistently misused For sa'e ball dealers. Free' 30 G A. M. will lw hId Thursday '
I and neglected. it any wonder cents. Foster-Milburn Co, Buffalo, night. All members are requested -,. afe turning out som swell clothes. Should jou need a suit, drop In

i J08.110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. i that someday nature resent, this treatment New; York, pole agents for'the United to be present and visiting'" .:,: at their pa! e. No, Jl North Pfclafox t1et;(. They are showing an'eiegantilueofSuLtng'ixid "
zed at prices that will surely
Trouserings,
of !:
"
order
btates. invited. B
and leaves the offerderm IB total brethren ) '
. I and perpetual hlladn M>, ., Remjmbfr the name-Doan's-and .. -_ T. E. HARVEY W.M... I 'temK >oa to buy. ;:

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-- t iuid tight with.the!! joy of
I a gras*
t discovery, and when doubt was e I.
fREAK .FrYE'NTQN pressed his eye would gleam wiu

iciiaeoia I II steady and unshakable confidence

Jf fouinat II II I Mr. Ulrich was born'ln Bavaria am
SCOOPEM was educated in one .of the agriculta.

I ral colleges .and afterwards took
to
.il TO .SIMlavarian farming: and making I farm inipjmerits. -,

: Daily. Weekly. Sunday. t I : He had seen the maH Ba

: I varian streams turnIng! water wheels: ,

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY I Ir ,. it. i,, and the thought had com* into tj$
:1 mini: that if he could make iaef

BT WORlD ,wheels furnish their own water and
'
r I THE JOURNAL COMPANY. :. 'iSm; run with, the water that (her-
had furnished the problem of p ;

petual moon'oud! be solved. Fur
FRANC L. M.A.YES, PaxsiDirr AKD GZMKAL M1AIZ.I years he sought the means, and(

Gets. Financial Backingin when --h$ cam to this coantrv all*

} I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. / New Orleans for Perpetual knew saw the that'centrifugal he had found pump wilat then he hai II

1 "" so long sought In vahi.. Imnlt>dlate')

; 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Motion Plant. he : set to work to ge oth"r Pop!,
; Interested and this he ,did, ettin!

: One Year............ 00 : several business: men to nut up ij
$5 } One Month.......... 45 set-
: Six Months .......... 2 50 I. l One Week .......... 10 eral thousands each for th? con'.mj.
r Three Eonthj........ 1 23 Weekly Edition. ye&i.;1 00Papers i The New' Orleans Picayune of Wed: :tlQTT of the'necessary .building:, Thr
tesday contalr. 11 the following! :. demanded that he get' Prof \v K

ip I oa SaJo at all News Stand L ,New Orleans is soon to startle the Gregory; of Titian Univrju If,n
!
the unscientific make a test and then they 0uli
t- I THE ONLY scientific and even invest if he said it was.feasible. p.-t
PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED$ demonstration of the
; ; people, with .the Gregory unfortunately with coM
I CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. I \ possibility of perpetual motion. Way and unfeeling gcienc?, said (thai th

Broadway and General Hood thing was impossible but he niea
up on .
I Oflcee--103 and 110 East Government Street t 1-v _atreeti: _, __. _far__ .from the peering eyes of that Mr! Ulrich had interested "e-.-
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MUST u Innoculated with the germ of prp,,
L TELEPHONE No. 38. the curious :and unbelieving. Is being
I
TURN IN SToRy ALRa44Tt ual motion, and the1'ere not ((o be

THE .2 constructed, will take. place't Walking stopped: by. a scientific fact ant _cm
ALARM? !. watching the ahead with their '
PEX3ACOLA, FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1. lf>06 / round the place right investmentProf.
,i L.--- PORTER $AvED I erection ot ,this epoch-making .build-- Gregory was seen an) askM<
what he knew about the new .
invention.
} t the Department of Commerce to investigate I Ins like a c 'ged lion watches the He 'said that several months:

the operations of .\.tho Tehaunta- trainer preparing a breakfast of raw ago Mr. Ulrich had ,come to him w .
4 WHERE THE JOURNAL .& pee railroad, and ttia relations it will I meat Is a strongly knit German. Forman drawings of his machinery and naa

CAN BE FOUND. # haVe with the commerce of the world. ) years the futile efforts of inven- >ked for an opinion, and he iiaa ((0:4:

: ,* itii He reports that the two Atlantic points ifI the- secret 'of perpetuimotion' ,-_I hint that: jt was absurdly ..mp).. '.blt
tors-jto.discover
-io! The Penacola Journal Is on ; "
for the trade of this new isturnus ,"ai" it violated one t>f nature fnnrla.!
ealo at the following! pace! lathd route will be Vera Cruz and Coatza- hive made John Philip UJrlcbvirtrive ['mental ,laws, and that'any:; monc\ pi,
". city: while Pacific will be : more ardently"foc! Its pb-;
coalc s, the port :. I 'In the scheme would' be lost I ij
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Bay Hotel. Salina Cruz. sEssion" and to-day he' thinks that said that if the reservoir contain
i, fJ Coe's Book Store. "Ji. *
.3' Depot News Stand. iio / Thj Tehauntepee railroad is to I Providence has given, to him the wonderful II an amount of 'power that was rfpr.

i! ; Gem Cook Stor have spurs reaching into the interior I boon. That he Is. firmly convinces sented, say by a hundred }paundti( e
.. of Mexico and will ba brought In close 1 ,_ overshot whe. could utilize not
91Hotel Escambia., / of this fact,,no one who speaksto inert;
., Merchants Hotel. 'iw ? touch with the City of Mexico. The I I '. I than 75 pr cent at the mos' ani)
; moment
; him for doubt, a&d <
Southern Hotel.Thompson's 'iI harbor works are so near completioa : : ,. : can a 1 f Vdry Dkely. riot more'thi 60 p-r
1'" p' .iI. other
that he'has succeeded making
before the of
that beginning
summer .
4 Book Store. 1- ,. cent. Tiien with that 60 per cm or
<< Walker's Book Store.. the isthmian railway will be able to .. .. people accept; nis victory as acnievea. power which the water had furnshPd -

4 meet the requirements for the trans- +,.! i .-&h..o'Yn by the fac| that be;jhas-,orga&zed the centrifugal pump mouiu
., :a l shipment railway! freight to vessels a'company' Ibat"tis putting'\ hato bs/worked: toad (he ai.->

bound for tho Atlantic and Gulf 'portsof I I $:OOOO .in the construction of a plant back to the reservoir. Then lbs
the United States. It is estimate
'\\"bt'el'ould again lose ,
to confound the unbelievers' revolutionize more pow
Congressional Committee that the route between Coatzacoalcos I : the industrial ..1.orld.l' a? before and this loss would\ go us
and New York will be reduced to six
Quarantine \: I ready about $3,000 has been spent. until So much power east 1 lir-n 0:1
". on days by steamships running direct I. .A,.,'is1t was paid to the building yes1Uraay that the wheel .would stop of Us oaccord. '>
Since the selection" of a congres- but the route Is much borfer to New when the inventor kindly explained He said that for the ate ito

t sional committee on quarantine, a dutydeleated Orleans than. any other port In the : the principle of his invention. be a success it would have ((0 violate :
United States, a fact that should operate Already wooden edifice 6 V of the
a 50 feet by < the" law 'con.'rvatism -if
to
Senator S. R.lallory.,
to the advantage of this) city in
feet has been constructed to hold the energy which says that no one cat
southern papers generally have discussed tho. development of interoceanictrade.
required machinery. In this building get more energy out of a roaca.it,
the quarantine proposition in there are 'concrete foundations 3 feet than is put in it, and scientific Inn

all its phases, and the concensus, of The Mexican government has great wide by 4 feet deep, on which will rest are no yet ready to admit thai: this
confidence in the future of its !isthmian the .
heavy machinery. Running around law is fallacious.
opinion se ?ins to IKS in favor of Federal ,
route as a channel for tha commerce .Ie.pnote I length of the buildln' aredeqpditches. Prof. Gregory made,
a (horougj
control, which The.. Journal' has all of the world,and has exiitndcJenormous '" whose wails are of solid study of the principle on two different

along advocated.! IMsMng: the appointment sums of money in the construction : concrete several feet thick and about occasions! and says that) (there :3
: of thl' ee and its of safe harbors at each ,end :Uct apart. The Idea :of the invtm- nothing in it.

probable vfft uth, then of 'the; Tebauntepsc railroad.- Thebest -. '- l'f' : Js to have' huge overshot, water This Investigation will recall) a
( t of material ;has vbcco used iiiithe : .tt--v, 1Y1 .els placea' in ..hese :tr ncbes. ands
' I : mind the celebrated invention of KefIc3'
Birminhr I ; -- -- : :
building! of the railway rock being : the .wheels' will '
AA be reservoir
.
: :T New York which
.1 of puzzled
sees
-
,'F Sp" t';,'.. V:* .. ,'_._, -ant and Icy' I used for,the roadbed and the bridges .5. 1: ? ** !"< ". .t" .. ....,... irtc.h! 'Ml*,..furnish.. the/-water'to; run 1 I tific mfin until Keelcv died when "
made of the strongest steel! so that[ ; iir- : J. tJjew, and'tb pqwcr generated from

! l: r.:::: t,! .\u'fld, .) -4 "".':"'a' ". "- CI.l-1 Mis-; the line will 13 avilable for the handling .'f;...:...=...:...:...:..:...*:.. :...:...:+:...:...:...:...:+:...:...:...:...:...:..:+:.. m' wi., h"(. .,':! .'i '0 .. :'''J!.:': -. :.thene. yershot wheels l :,,Siid.lteTAvork ;i ,(was ion .di-tcovcred'ihat.machine- ;-un;his by prpeiui means: )of rao*
the cent
of heaviest kind of freipht. rflsa'ijump( whicfejn: ftrn will
: '.. ;; 'j"'!i'" a- COIH- Along tho' docks of each: of the liar-1 i The CURRENT OMMt 'F.FthM ,raise 'th* ,water.'iaVtho.TesdrV: QJ jr andyHL.lh'en powerful.magnftp'aei} ; ( in the alan !
., ... ".\ .ntlne bill. improved Futureof'DcmQcracy" .. ,J. furnish* <\ .wolle0 royolve! by a ,.etrei met
bors \
hoisting machineryhas MR. BRS'AM'SCOMMONEB. power1 1s'ehcciaetuynih
.t. ...' ..y- the southern been. installed so that th3 cargoes -:. ,. 'fI, ,i! .' ,,' t : ,:!:,1 .-. '.- :,1,1f'iiii : l.J.;, IQ the. tfepchonfj, to }.:' -.to gcrthrough ;..anism, iliat: .was run without: an> a'
'.; needful: to haruio.licws of :t.. Atlanta A'cw-3 I : ; the agarti> ; thus, tempt at ..perpetual. noton.:; M i
ships can be' quickly unloaded ;and JI"'i :t' < *'ti iHfHa ,procjsj :>ndj j '
r in unkT! to secure" |transported acrosthe isthmus : in.Eids . ....., . : :-t-. It -t keep .the machine 'oing al1'thttina': :rich : planthpwevcr.! is being constnicted"'in'pjjen
o:+:..:..-: ..: :. .:. .:...: ...:...:...:..: +: ; ,
i if
_j of a hill at this setsioii; of of thirty hours. : : .. (+: fby. means of 1&.ownjowei4"Mr.. VIeW an n w
. : ,s.g'UCI'a I meeting of south-;: .,- _.._ .. -'" .... "'- -, .. a .I-Lku, 4 :0.,1 Mr Rogers"bas; mtide d fine .start 'l' ?; UJo.1 say'rt'e; ", uccds, tlicr1i i ill beque'suonTTjiitth'ath. II'
; + ch"lJ'1l\s thaj&nor .gn U'3T |
III vjuwr 01 me JaCL inai eight or ,
-p members will be held next week, (ten will be the g for a-JimmyfaTde,ftniKl'l. he )J' generate 'enough' JjfoVjto .>' has vaniiuiKi>
years required to completeour The presence of Cook County r: j'3i sluuihers- -th : '
mId .
years'of s. t : O .C nature in the :
,
At which tim it I is hoped the: commit-j : epjhewhhel going butfithit'lt hard-fought com:
)'ltp, canal from Panama too1- ; ; wijlenou
Democracy: suggests'ome general ntt9 bind.jilm'iast witij tho cordsaiut'bands '
,, t"e': of seven will be able to report a ,on. and; the Panama Railroad will be re- of Mr. R gir"nf? M"Rck'e'1ilerseem r rnett.. : &b 'to'be'dcAszt bn andsedfor that has ben waged by hun>lrrd? al
bill that will command the Sections/upon the present, status an4 ? svndTcates! fs".and "rings"which men from before 'th. time (If Napoleon
supportof i r commercial
I (confined mostly to' hauling canal nia; will leaVe to 1 pttt'pssesand' i it
:;:: I him powerless in the' in ,j. paraffin ; wUnesse
i
southern future.prospects of the Democratic : ,,5st.dwitli' and well deserves Ue (atvirpwn '
all the senators ana: rep terial this- latter viewthat capital
and supplies, the Tehauntepecshould possible day when panic and ,
disaster C ,.. -, invented i : from, nation ca.">
on
resentativcs.The be able to buil.l up a large in- party. j>raayj-sJr( hiM"rbo' lard to a vital and I : ,( ). U"eltt.'T.h re 'wjli betct' every
of state It is safe to wiee's 25 Tais jll &, home invention finaafd a<
f- appearance rights or ter-oceanic traffic. That we have been since the last' essential efforteto:: liberation 'and reform '.say5 thabMr.- .Rogers reef .diameter, each ,
state sovereignty in this matter is but : never. forgot,'to cash bis semi-monthly. whigi having bucketsat s lnfrt Interralato [ local .capital and if it succeeds r o
'
M p pretense. It Is 'us d to cover up' the The :Mobile.# Item of Tuesday last election a divided and somewhat dis-I IThe3 I
selfishness and schemes of ports that coura'ged party, cannot in simple honesty definite/Dcinoeracy'i6 the De-.I ",4,. ThC water' 'wheels] ara., connected as.t.h(,, irlhplace o( perpMual mO"tI :
: a Jl"It
contained the following Hocracy tthat-wIH '
want a quarantine conducted, not forth : be denied. J I'I, winand; it is %theonly' with other 'wheels:by niechanical do- and this is no mean honor.
.- general good but for some particular Senator Mallory, of Florida -proposes ;The magnitude of. our the. Democrs : trade. to make Dry Tortugas a general defeat the states thatahavegiven! Democratic Governor Cummins'fn Iowa Is ,fcellng ,jclswill furnish' ,the --power for 'To 'ds"aw the firs: out of a burn fleil!
quarantine station wiath of our division upon political ?majorities, and reformed the Repubi- r ..' .
Tbe.soutb has certainly! had enough1'shotgun under the supervIsion very Blythe *and manufacturing purposes .go. cheaply a cut 'without leaving a scar or (>
gay
t quarantines and quits enough of the ,United'States government, l issues, and the lack of any one great can. lajor1Ue within these few years, that the civilization of the' earth will: cure boils sores, tetter eczema and i)

t banana quarantines What is wanted wlere all vessels from tropical ports central figure to rally the hosts of, have! been I Icdby'clear' :and ringing bE: changed in a few years if Mr. Ul- skin an-) scalp diseases, use PeW 4

now 1 ls a port quarantine conducted in must report for inspection before' being Democracy, have undoubtedly( exer-.fetid platforms it.And. that' 'meant. something: and Another fresh _and impetuous republican -rich's wheel will do' all that it, claimed, WKch hazel 'Salve. A specific: t tt

the interest of the entile south instead permitted to sail for gulf coast dEed 1 .' congressman has "found Champ for It.Mr.. pils. Get the genuine. "o '!?m::*
. I of a port's trade. Resides a national: ports. This would be rather Inconvenient a depressing influence upon the j I that I is 3 st what the presentconditions Clark" and Champ was rfghtthere.. Ulrich is a stout, heavy-set man, cause such speedy relets.: wDsWitt'srthe

4 I port quarantine provision should be for fruit vessels bound for spirits ,and the prospects of'the organ : are 'shaping' for the Democratic who speaks very broken English and : genuine.
New Orleans up through the Yucatan ization. party* lit seems certain now 'whose occupation in America.-has been '
for -
made extending the marine hospital
service to all cities that have the channel but then they .would find a But there is a brightening line growing that >Roosevelt entering upon a battle Boston claims' to be the largest lobster tLat of coachman.. He is a man of MAYOR BLISS
to the death -with and market in the world. This'is calculated ,, 'out ORDERSPALM
delivery corporate 40 aJ)1
point at Mobile where their as.leen yesterday with TREES
good sense to invite it. Savannah is out of the conditions of the times. :.. "
\ in the bands of the marine hospital fruit cargoes would be cared for and political forcesof 'his ownparty.. to'wri'ng!! a, pr<>test from, Wall his? working; :clothes' be might have
r service, and so is New Orleans. and p'omptly arid in fast time transportedto and out of the divided state of the Republican Knives are bein'g whetted for him and Street. ; been taken for some! ) :.New England With a \"le1of\ beautifying ''S*
party i factions are .! rn1ing, to, destroy the farm hand. He has Jhc invent-or's '
other inland quarantines will doubtless -! interior points of destination. I ) Plaza parks and streets of (be -
I man who buta few months ago was ., <' total disregard ,for dress. "'His hat : A
One Mayor Bliss
has has
be Pensacola has only to look at Missouriand 1 ordered: from S>
c. handed oyer to the general go vernmelt. -I !: no objections to of. the Idol of the republic. It seemsthat, the Sioux City Journal I seems like some veteran "or' several diews frI *

thus avoiding expense on fer.to the selection of, Dry Tort gas :Massachusetts,and Wisconsin and I I In many shlnJng1'2'tances ,the president iI -lis,getting,a.wayfrom,-its.an t stand pat I'stt et eat* wrecks. -whose scars have vfcich..a upon large arrival Quantity, will of be paint planted :1
the of local :authorities
part and tli3 : at the New
recent York I
asa general quarantine station but city election I stands r.ot''et been .hea ed. wh'Ile' his
ocra.tlc. views Jeans ,
risks of slovenly methods. and Inex-i tor .fe ( principlesand In an effort 4o get, a better gubernatorial I rious-rpoftions oi' the city
perienecd medical: offices. J just wait until youi'hear the howl tnat to realize that the people, aretawake.And .I I Is helping tonstruct the Demo- view. 1 seem to have' turned green' 'tfith tn\z 1 .The Plaza-and the portion of Fa>
in of these cratic platfornf that will "win!' If he <- as they contemplated ,the -venerable tox 'street lipt"t fire
The south wants no halfwamea? will go up from the Crescent City each 8t te'h re vi-.1 j t. >ell.. Garden and
:
'questions touching the popular Interests I splits parryMipo'n these'issues, the looks of the .trownjng hat. But from cry will be the principal point'! wfti 14
tire, and, It particularly wants no haggllng over the proposit'on.) "American
;
Democratic"party fights 'a divided foe. consumed more sugar out beneath the crown lof .. t thaf hat] these trees will be placed ant- "' ("
in the name of state's rights in and the popular welfare have, If it can only heal its own factions and than any other nation' last year." says' locks] forth a .facethat is strong .with errected; thatthe places will of :;rut'
order to foster the banana trade or to j Nothing very strange In the fact been presented in sharp and'tfefinite':'I pesent'a united front to a divided: foe. the- Ka sCity Jouraal. )V And' ,paid, ('hat; determined masculinity thai y improved In appearance

keep this man or that in a state or. that Co!. Mann failed to bunko Uncle form without cumbersome platitudes'!'I then' it would t seem that the future more for it,, too. .' '' shows the man of. deep purpose, deVoted -

local office. The international quarantine Russ Sage No one 'f efs any of his and ambiguous phrases- the 'I people: should be full .of hope to the party of I 2 f .. t to the "pursuit! of one, purpose I 'The Original Laxative Cough Sjraj

belongs by right to the feJeral'rovernm'2nt coin without the gilt edge security have responded gladly and the.people. !11' The fact that there are canals in i through life. His/ thick, firm Jaws, Is Kennedy's Laxative Hone and TI*

'1 and so for that( matter and Town Topics: stock is hardly to the triumphantly .Fpr the Democratic party cannot Mars Is taken as proof that the :Martians telf! the story of a' man's defiance ol, It expels ail cold from the .)stem 81
\ does Interstate quarantine. j!i up establishing of the things in -win.. unless itis,a. party, of the people.'This .It do not appoint railroad presi--Ithe laws of''natuje, and his lasting I acting as a cathartic on the bow!
to his standard. which they believe. i I' is'the people's, year everywhere- dents to 'build competing waterways.. I threat to wrest' from her bosom what Kennedy's Laxative Hon'?)' and l Ta jl

Doubless many Annapolis cadets j I It does not make any alfference that here and there and yonder-and the *, other n1eJue' spent their" lives ac a certain safe and harmless! core 1*

would be delighted if an opportunity !! Notwithstanding the investigation,j the era is prosperous that money is man whomever he.Is". and the party, I Mr. Rogers pleads for seclusion.' He i their all trying to accomplish. As :Mr. colds croup and whooping cough.
insurance companies are still doing ,whichever'It Is which best represent I'Ulrich tajked' of bin !Inventkm..his face
offered to haze Secretary Bonaparte.- plentiful and that the country Is grow., \heir should be accommodated just as if he J .
business at the old stands. j the people and interests and welfare J -
'
I ing. Th : were some oriHnarj'trades: unionist -------- ---- .
people have ; : -
I -
come to the -- -'-' -
realization is the
[ the man and party than who is ,
guilty of
( contempt of conrt. -
[
,
Th., bachelors .are' sar This isn't that it is no calamity howl.[will surely win: j jj -

New Railroad Route J. leap }'ear. j j to caution the masses of liberty that]j It; behooves' 'Democracy, then, to be,!I *. .* ... Ayer Cnerry Pectoral certainly cures tatd: .
''a I ) :Marshall: fi" Wilder declares that For L'i: 'coughs,hard colds, bronchitis, consum nol1.I
period of Mneteen hundredand
; apathy is gcttiirg together;
always ia
a period
And it
the Isthmus. there throzti
are certainly
Across strengthenseak
j no.-newvjokes. but this
of :eight wili "soon be here. It Is! may
A new route, joining the Atlantic: II came Uraugri.Ornuges originally from India, danger, and that times, however! I high time for. those who stand .for, the Jibe I due to the little joker's failure ty I "' -\: J and weak lungs. There can be no mistake
'
posperous and conditions, however old .Je1ffl'onlan..ol'ganlzation that has i mad some 'recent conflicting court de- *, 'about thii., Your own doctor will *af 10.
and Pacific oceans with a band of steel I Uavlug been carried westward by s the'I,flourishing are too often the times' surved the record' of other parties 11 I clsions, T /% ff' fj /* f\. Just ask him about it, then do as he cays.) ,
will ,soon be opened across : Arabs. The- 'crossed from Africato vhen shrewd and and the of to fall into!, I \MiJ.tjl.Kl WC fct.. ,,I< designing ,
the.lsth.1 men seek passage: years .. Ifce for < .. .
Spain with Mohammedanism, while III. Ml' MT (4ldK Low.i *' !.
mas of Tehauntepee and it i in the very absorption of the people the ranks and begin to look toward I The express companies 'have 'decid : -" ..T_

probable that much traffic probably the crusaders are to be thanked ,iu industrial pursuits and in, the the platform and the leadership. With ed to revoke all "franks"' but Senator .. ... .. -
perJpd necessary for the construction:; I for bringing It to Italy. and vftstern arathy and contentment which comes i| the right Jeader. .and with the right I Platt still feels amply able'to "frank" -

the ? canal will be diverted Europe among their trophies of the ,fiom, prosperity, the golden oppor-platform, and with Roosevelt honest I a few pet express measures through; OPERA iiOUSf ESOIII'I OYSTER DEPOT
of anama
east. The name is Arabic, 'iiaranj" ttrnity to organize ,and to complete!j o rugged, sincere, and still the most the senate ,
to the new route. The Now Orleans j j and of eastern origin though the l log1 "Mnngs" and "combinations" and powerful personality In the republic .* *' S -' i Phone 1210.
AND'
States which has been kseping up 1 end that it comes from two words '"cabals" that will reap their perfect !, fighting the battles of Democracy, "Why: should t MATINEE NIGHT1 '

with the matter closely has the following {, meaning "elephant and! "be 111," because harvest )In the "control" of the future. i against his'own'part there is 'certainry pEW. The: Commoner res1gri-'querles wSaldundec: De- : y'i line Perdldp Bay Plant and Ei-

to say upon the subject: ,j i elephants ate oranges to make t **In time of,peace' prepare Tor ,,'ar."'' enough' in the" situation to to inspire j*I take to make a' complete answer it 'it-i'Safurday i Feb'y' 3.JANE.KEN7JA I bla .Oysters at reasonable pric *-
the andI .
three months :fi j themselves ill; Is' absurd. Probably In Is a good and wholesome policy that 'Democratle' party unity ;I printed serial stories or issued forty 1 C.Tabarras&Coi .
Within the next '
I Las survived 'I bops! and.action in the year that, Is"bE'- : !\K ';: j l'
and "in "
the time
calculations prove to be correct. a new lYenc-h: the Initial '*n'' Is dropped off J ages of or fifty pagea'aek. : -- : ,
j I prosperity prepare for adversity" is fore us. I I. .. .And Great Company in. Superb, \, Production -
I
aj
route for inter-oceanic commrce will : ?rom naranji with the final "n" of the I **
I principle that'.may well go with St.I .| \VeslncerelyMrustthat the CookCounty I of Hafi Cainp's Masrterplece : 30 TOURS T'O EUROPE, 2 TO JAP&Usdaa
be oPn;!' to the world by the completion j indefinite articleJust as "an apron"represents \ I\ The republicyn legislators of ,: '
There can be no doubt of the fact thai I i Democrats will be able to carry X "II'I"\.If\
; BaperUr tn n fmtntdr&nugs. ,
of the short line of railway across the I "a napron." and the spelling' I while the spirit of absorption and I back to Illinois a new spirit of enthu-; York have'TtUmd; z*,'\ote of <;onfl.idence -t I. Fall Tear|Around tbr W"

Mexican Isthmus of Tehauntepee. i with an "o" points to false association aggrandizement in financial ,affairs is isiasra from their brief but comrade, In Senator Depew. They Snd It I t Annual Orient! Cruise, in J'cbruar.r:
;
This railway which is only 190 miles with'orn (gob:1- ('.ominarC- and' regnant throughout the;itccch with the solid South, and that j vastly more 'diflJcuIt, s cure' vote THE ETERNAL'CITY cram !'t. Free.FRANK New Yo'.

long reaches from the Gulf of Mexico I world. tl-at par! passu side by side si I presenting platform as definite in 1ot' confidence for themselves"although i C. CLARK, 96 Bway

to the Pacific ocean and at each end ; 'Welcome Troable. i with It, natural relationship. Is" grow- nature UOnot identical, detail with the railroad': passes may come easier. Musk by I JETRO MIISCAGNI, ,

there are large wharves: dock, warehouses : MISS Newltt-May's in troul>Ie. She*! 1 I ing the desire and the scheme for po- the platform on which the Chicago 0s- :! composer S Alabama

antI other facilities for speedy bad proposals from two men and can't: i litical aggrandizement and for partisan Democracy" won their late splendid i Mr.. Carnegie Is engaged in writing> CAVALIf RIA RUSTfCANA.: Florida and

and economically transferring freight choose between them. Miss Passay I and selfiih control. Ev rx.where I battle that the state of Illinois! may I an article to explain! how.be went Into' '
: from ships to cars and vice verse thus Heavens! And does she call that trouble -'In all the states and In all the republic lead the revolt which. the people shall the library building business. The'j'I Wm. Bonney. Ethsnet' C. king W. LAND COMPANY

shortening not only the time. but the ? t <.: shrewd and designing politicians make in the next national campaignagainst country would take more Interest In-t V. Rainoas.. Jeffersori' Llotfa.. *Mabello
distance' of shipments from Atlantic _. ,_ I are taking adiantage of the conditions the party of spoils, the partyof reading' about how her, succeeded in't Roth!r and 80 others. ; : Manufacturers' of

% ( ports to the ports of the Pacific. A A spot 'Is most! seen m the finest which surround the people to:sing the trusts. the party of privilege and writing tariff schedules for Nelson{I PRICES-Matlne* 50c, and 75c.; and Dealers in -

/t,,|(, short lime ago:; the government ai otb.-G'f'tI1an Proverb' l siren son's; or prospenty:! which) will i tHe party ,'Which has stained the con- Dingley to. frame. -.up, remarks_ : the 1{ Nlght'Z5ca.,5Oc. 75c, $1. 0and $1.50.. t[1 LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES .

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Its value .is.'due to our' method of.: manufacture, North Atlantic fleet .is a question "

It is not expensive. ..:\: i'.: and to' the originality and simplicity" of the w.lica! U now agitating the businessmen whenever she suffers from any of voman's biting and weakening pains.
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It is good for children. '' 'V";: V-: ./of. :-t'H3 city, as telegrams from It not only compels the pains to stop. but It fellows up and drives out
i combination. j' :1
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: I: b It is excellent for ladies. .vVfe'fIt % To get beneficial: effects-buy the genuine. \!I\[ : who bas has been the power lef.': : Admiral to sen'd the Evans fleet! It makes you well Try it.

I is convenient for business men; :" 4 to Yesterday any part: that a ..mo'vment he may was ds're.: ;! started j I j Sold everywhere in $1.00 bottles.
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::1 ii It is perfectly safe under all ireuthif ces.. Manufactured.. by I' 'j r to send a strong delegation of proml.f -\' WRITE US A UTTER "WITHOUT A PATH"
f nent business men from Penacola to
freely and frankly'.in strictest confidence writes Mary Shelton, of Poplar
It is used by millions of families the.wdrld,over., '; call upon".Admiral Evans a:. Hampton : telling us aU your symptoms and Bluff Mo., "I GJi do my housework,
: EG SYRVPW Roads and'endeavor tq persuade: him troubles. We will send free advice although before taking CARDUI, two
; It stands highest, as a laxative, with'physicians.. (@fQRNIA 11 i is. to bring his: fleet to Psnsacola.ABfoYitatlon ? (in plain sealed envelope), how to doctors had done mo no good. I csa
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\ has already been extended cure then. Address: Ladies' Advisory truthfully say I was cured by Cardul
i: If you use it you have the bet laxative the : the' admiral by tie Chamber oi.. Dept..The Chattanooga Medicine Co., I want every suffering lady to know af.
.. Francisco, Cal.Loulrvlll ;.. \' Commerce. but it is feared 'that unl C'attanoogITenn. this wcnderful medicine.

; i world produces. *, Ky. N.w YorK, N. Y. 1'// ::' l l'st further steps are taken the fleetjihay

I'': I go to some other .olnt. { ._ ;'io.: ,. _. .
rok SALE STALL L1ADisolJlr/OJSTs., rromlncnt business men. epecially I
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f. r I those, who are ben?fttted by the fleet "
comingt.i this port. ars behind the I

,:, movement, and.it is expected that they ji ..
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2yKp3sswiaa =" 1 ., . will! succeed in their efforts to send a 3.
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&8&te3.VrX i committee to call upon Admiral)I C.W. LAMAR. President JOHN PrlrrER.1uistant Cathl r.

_. Evans. M. E. CLARK Vice-Prcsident and CashIer J.W. ANDREWS.Assistant/ Cashii-.
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t ; .GjM< tedIiTs": eyeglasses. 'aD!) I No pills is as pleasant and positive!
4 iM Th made, so far
... largest ta.ry.jwrer Risers. These! THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
looked:,*t it carefully. that a D Wjtt's Littlj Edrly
as is known was invented andconstructed
-certainly hope I have not been Famous Little Pills are so mild and ,
The Journal's Short I IBUrlSi.
Story M. Verltan. of
Daily
by provost
mistaken" he said handing to her. effective -that children .delicate ladies 1 Ian or PCNSMCOLA. ILL
near NaseL- .It was known as I weak people enjov their: cleansing'!
Two large tears 'Veiled'down'' her :
=- DESIGNATED DEP STORY OF UNITED
. STATES
the gigantic meteorological oiian '
cheek.I (lD't'know bow on rthi= effect. while strong: peopl say they !Il

S THANKS TO THE POSTMAN thought this was upstairs in my writing was harp.erected was'320 in the garden feet in of'length.its invent and I l are the.. best liver pills' sold.: Never I Isripe. ;I IKttrlr CAPITAL STOCK, $200,00ILSURPLUS, $60,000. -

. padhr safd t4raNy. "It wan in'1787.: This harp: consisted of flf-J ? I DIRECTORS '

- BY TROY ALLISON *% Jut 'a j joie :to teaslieiy, ; I-oh, Inever 320f (.t in .
teen iron wirea length ,oAt craph Hunter
Frank F. C.
was no ashamed ,in miwhole Henry L. Covington, Reilly Brawnier,
1t. k g Copyright U03.() by T. C. McChre.ti lifer! *he aid. dropping into a big library stretched beta east two poles. The wires A certain? A.pssa"in' wrly. Roman day J. PfeJffer.. W.S. Ro&asco C.W.Lamar.
t. were from two to thre laches apart. Il." ms'to hae been the mother of a\> Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln J. R.Saunders
chair and her face
ti i.'M-**aMH il "," jf. :i-"H "H1I "; hiding against the;largest being one-sixth of an Inchin ojrraph collectors; Cicero baa a colletion A. M. Avery, W. H.Milton, 0. C. Maura,

Its back. I. thickness and the smallest one-. t which must have been a,dne one W. U Cauthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertln ,
I He walked behind the chair and i Alex r-tcGowln, C. r-t. CovingUn M. E. Clark.
; : twelfth-of an.inch. They i were placedin for be speaks'of it with patticnlaride. *
pr.-.I'
Melissa! chewed ber pen !staff in leaning it, looked down ]
smiJ3zly '
I .on i
I the direction of north. end south and '/ The fever, even In those far
i tended meditation! and kept one eye on npon the brown head that rote and fell Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations Firms SelroUad.
Inclined) in such 'manner as .to forman back days, was contagious. Pliny ,
Dicky Johnston. I with. each sob.: .1 angle of from twenty to thirty degrees ,peaks of Pompelus Secundus, at Four per cent Interest Paid on TIme Deposits.SYSTEMATIC .
1 hart shown iigns of wandering "I knew there wu-aoJne'kJiuof
Dicky I ; ,, Joke
,With the horizon.-being stretchedby whose ,house h<> had seen autographs! |
i away from the roM and must two brought connected witb 1t. ehHd." he said so>otingjy. > ( II,
means of rollers ,properly disposed of Cicero. Augustus. Virgil and the | ,
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back. It was decjdMIy against Melis1 There was obliged to be som. -
weath-'
collection j
for the purpose.Vhenever the Grat hl. and his own was
is's creed to allow another girl to Joke about the fact that a girl your '
er changed the wires 'sounded with valued at $13.000: of our money. Then
5 ceive even an iota of admiration re-t age would dream .of marrying. an old "uch'loudnesa that %wa. impossible to canje the inrush of barbarians? and we I

one of her coterie.There I man like me." go on with a concert" in_the,)bouse.. The donot again meet!' with the collector I '
, was a girl belonging) to the "I don't' think you areold."eam&inmume4thnes sound sometimes represented the hissing until the beginning of' the sixteenth SAVING IN THE

house party a blond. Melissa thought I II from.the padded,back: of. in '
nQt.(> of'wa tt r 1.- rapid ebullition, century, when he reappears the perIon -
I contemptuously. who had received entirely the chair. sometime' that of a barmonicon and of a Bohemian squire. who kept a

.f too much attention from Dicky. II I "I )knew it was a Joke,"ie, resnmed, sometime that'of distant chime or an book to record his exploits! in the chaM

Therefore he must be disciplined. "but it seemed rath@r-pleaiantr; Somehow rga,. ":, 40.: ? and enriched,it with the signatures of MORNING OF LIFE
t
;L His 1 leeson must be derided'nt once and IbId: an Irresistible d tp'comf: ;?. ? bis great hunter friends.

::1 to the point. Having decided upon this', and jsee why.yon did it." ftree '1'..... .f 5Wstnillster.Ifl I:

I' Melissa\ gave bIOI' pen one conclusivarlbble Meli&sa's face was still hidden. the cast walk bf"the.cloisters at When Pealh Co.I. HI. Sting.

". and commenced writing hnrriedjy. i "I wouldn't have you feel mortified Westminster abbey there are three There is a curious superstition in Jamaica Makes for comfort when the shadowsof

I .u there happened to tie no one in t(aboutIt. for the world." leaning aTe most, interesting graves-those of that if a death occurs in the evening fall.

thp librsry at the time except Dicky until his lips touched a stray 'tendrilof T.horns.BetterWndliis! .. wlfe.better house all the water in it to poisoned at The. man who is improvident in

* rnd herself! hi i' attention was soon_ at- her hair that shone; red brown on known as Bess'Stunderson.. and lit ante and roost be thrown away. the a .
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II? tiarted by the aggressive scratching of _- the black leather chair back. "I am ever fascinating Mrs. Bracegirdle. Ot reason given being that "death"_ cools youth will likely be a homeless'wan-

,J ber; pen. twice as old as you. little girl[ mt I'am all'the 'people wbo lie.'within these ha- his ",tlng" after destroying life in the derer in his old age.

.1 "Why don't you stop and amuse ,a young enough to understau5' Jok*. Iw'wall) ,it'may safely be said that Brut water''be finds,'end as no one can By cultivating the saving habit in '

I I, fellow) be urged.What. are. you Do yon feel l all right about it now)'* >> tter.toft bi.'the test claim of all to tell-!leath being invisible-what jar

I \rrtingr: The brown head "nodded .in' a, comforted thirprivilege.; ; : No,jsmall measare of he may choose:it 'safest to throw it .youth, you assure yourself a competence -

"Oh. just writing." *be replied airily. manner. I pralsf must be accorded to this gifted aU away. Careful people to save trouble 'in old age, .

r Ler tone insinuating that there were "Andyet..MeJi, 'can't, help real- l r'for.tbe fact.that be almost more given carry all, water out of the

I subjects beyond his comprehension.To I si:,: jlsing I bow nice it-would. b -if.ltw.r l'than any one else was responsible for house Immediately! before a death U We pay four per cent Interest, in our I

> a reaD!" he asked sulkily. not a Joke. If there ever cerise a day .resuscitation of the English dracvamfter expected. _ savings department.
I, MA very C'harmlngm1n." she. assuredhim .1 L'- when yon" could possibly meal Jt. wo 't 'the stern regime ofthe Puritans. I

impressively.It's, rather an im- 'ou send it bark lira. Brneeglrdlra. either adopted by AII'e..y Well Made

I'ortant' comrnunfcatlon. she contintied. p Tbe figure was as still as :the chair Betterton or placed under his care,and "Miss Deepleydoes make !some of the:

.1 I -I wish you would look over thisI "I KKOW IT WAS' :A l n'p *e-6an. that held it and Hartly sighed "as he IJhe'.;ery noon took.all hearts in Lon meat inapt. quotations" remarked

)I pipe and see if it is too stilted." Melissa signed' tne'ifott, sealed It ana turned off."Never don.by: ,storm. She achieved her greatest Jragr" FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
directed it to Dr. Jobn.rtliConsideriugibe : ""Yes- queried XeTritt "What far
mind. Of'Course
ala you acting in,
i I Dirk, took it up with relieved fact that Dr. Hartly I t'On1d.1 success in Congreve's instance "
r nt;. but his face J ngthE'nf'dIslbly asbe not.. I'll say goodby. now and catch theoelock plays". Her artistic career, bowe.er.was ?
was only a very caiual acquaintance town.Won't : Well. last night remarked that talways
train for
, read: I Ir : 9 you I a comparatively short one forMtL PENSACOLA. FLA.
asked Melissa to marry avoided political discussion because -
had
r "I bate decided that I will!! marry I and never shake hands to show understand. : Braeegirdle retired from the
1 had .e'eidrearned of his I didn't wantto; make a fool oi
him *
you. I don't know wby I hesitated. If nor -- ach other? I stage in dudgeon when Anne .Oldfield w H.KSOWLM.Pm. W.K: HV R.JR.. v..Ptf'S.&nd Cashier.T. .
her to do>> so, this\ literary myself and she said 'One cannot paint Caahter..
asking Melissa blindly held out a wavering .W. BA"and W. K. ROBRRT A5&t.
yon can get away from town for a day rather first became: her dangerous rival. She '" Brent. W. A. RloUDt.Y.. H. Knowln W. K. Hyer Jr.,
achievement;might'be ffgard as oriei I the lily or gild refined! p Jd. -Phll& DIRBCTOM-F.: C.
his !
in
take the Ederton local for Mrs. -TVimberly's band that he grasped bIg lived;'on in honorable retirement and D.G.Brent.

S country place, and you can tell theatrica materials His expression changed\ 'lth"llgit'l! beloved by all, high and low, far and delphia Press. I
hr writing
me if you are glad I didn't keep yon She gathered np .!Into ijer writing ning rapidity, for there near until the year 1748, when she was She JTald s the Investment."Uere .
e! Ttitiag any longer." slipped the .letter doubt about it-the girl haq) gently buried here beside her old friends theBettrtoM.London' ." 'complained the aggrieve 1 .
pad and started for the dopr. Stopiftg into bis palm the that bad *
nota t
: Dick, banded It back and commenceda pressed Man "I l5OOC. '.
1 I brownpompadour father, have'spent nearly $
I mlnatf to fluff up her T. K. WXLL.ES vicE-raicikurr.; :
a been concealed in her band.'Mellssar' I __ __ ____ 'Z1iLTON GRU uuur.
study of the library ire.I ;-sh. flx d,a rtpr htulf'ye I bP'udalm : en that girl's education and now she E. M.JSCCH5H.U CAtKiir., UANSFIKLU MOUNO..A..r.ci..ua
UD
'I "I don't see how any one could PMt : her .ance."I > 'ueT1J1I.1 Dow Dr .m. Are Welched.An goes'an.1 marries' KJfM a year clerk."
I I the object of yn f himself the National Bank
upon ly seating upon ingenious 1n&tr1lment'Vhfch' demonstrates Citizens
BbJiiljtstiflederowled.! : > never would have thought Dicky"wm' .. 'WeU"aid the friend of the family, ,
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volume* of',urpr1M in her big chair.COFFEE. : the close conne t1on'that' en- "I8n'*' that aU 'of 15 percent on .youi of I'ODIICOII. Florita.Xtaotcra..

; MISS ROSA. McAHAN OF BUTTE: -'YOtc-e-OOUlat ther* would h"Tt eared anything -- -_._- --..,..,. tits b twe (dreams and brain calculation Investment 1 ? What: more do yog want*- .
you -- "
> T. K. Wells
I is known as the "tilt board. Along Morris sear,
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Oeo.Wfrlht.
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out
at all for bjonfls.1 8b 'wnt f...Hubs flr*+m.
s Six M. RoWB0
for
shallow big enough a
'f. Hew After Two Years She Found a and shut the door ratbir decidedly.; tray The Trarle. Battle. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS!: TRANSACTED._

Remedy for Dandhuff. i I As she cr .Md the ball the letter slipped !! man to recline upon is balanced exactly The Tearles ,battle was fought between .
I steel blade. A subject is
upon a side and .
Miss 1 Rosa McAhan of 211 West Qartz out and fell soft to the rugShe floor!, making went up-no placed upon it aDd put to sleep. whereupon the Arcadian the: Spartans and Arjites on one on the other I**A f.f.AA.... .4..-;;..i!.. ..+... .....4.....---i'
f Street, Butte. Mont.. says: "Herpicide sound on the E. W. MENEFEB. Cuhler.
,
. has thoroughly cleansed my scalp ol1aaruff stairs, nnconsclona! of ber'loss, smiling .t. the end containing his feet generally 367, D. 'C. Not a Spartan' fell la the :J J. S. REESE President.- JL M. CAR f. Vice-President.
-r entirely she We are tbe Pioneer I : falls. But eventually: subject and Plutarch says the .
< : with which It 'Was in anticipation of; the Interview. sgagem nt. or
covered; and it has stopped my falling would have with Picky whtn his repentance Coffee Roasters of begins to dream and then the tray containing Lacedaemanlans called it the Tearless 'I TUEPEOPL'SBANKOPENSACOLA.DlrectorsL i

,I ; hair I have'tried many different had'reached. ''a proper depth < : the sleepers feet reuc nds. the battle. :.! J. B-eves, J. .. Reese, W. DeC. Keesict. R. M. Gary. i j ;
fiteot which it moves varying according
r reparations in the past two years, MeU..a's'tb.or1. gained in her West Florida.McHUGH'S to J. J. Hooton.TRASACTS .
it was D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings,
W. A.
t Newbro's to the vividness of the dream.
U none took effect except t yean. that men. needed to,be I > A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. '
Herpicide. Dandruff is a germ disease twenty The explanation is that the blood SOLICITED
When : IS RESPECTFULLY .
lessons occMlontlly. ab0stDrestblng. I YOUR ACCOUNT
_ and Herpicide id an infallible aestroyr taught the brain of a sleeper directlythe I ......&............ .
had 1..me41111 l l..on'.he would BLENDS leaves > ordinary respiration: of ,mar.: ..............$...............
Dicky the .
r of the germ. "Destroy the cause you not'.et- : mental activities cease and., the In __ ____ r
'dandruff acknowledge that tb, had seventeen Ct1 blc: inches of f t '
remove the effect. Kill the sixteen.or
f JtnD. Ask your druggist for .Herpiciie. the letter but was keeping it for further bead,*\s a result becoming rises..lighter When that the inospherie air pass into the lungs twen- ;; ; ..... .
I end of the balance .... .,-. J_......,,
It is dressing allaysitching consideration. minute.. or a cubic toot every .
delightful ;
a the; have no equal. trial sleeper .dreams small. quantities of ty times a R. M.. .A..,.a-1L '-' tlell',.
letter ,_ '
silk for 274 cubic
I ; makes the hair soft as The footman, coming five and one-quarter minutes I -
to the .brain to andKeUllDe
}'or sale by V.'. A. D'Alemberte drug I bag a' few minutes' later: was unconscious will convince the connoisseur blood.are recalled supply feet In twenty-four'boura. lungs 1rlole..l.

rst: and apothecary. 121:! South Pala- of tb, 1 inner workings'of Melis 'that the 'dreams, and the balance is held :.Vcubie e feet. .At each respira- Steam i, Domestic Anthracite COAL
fox street or send lOc in stamps for Jtttftt.and we gradually: changed. In this way converted Into i I
sa's mind. He picked up br ,) tior 1.37;$,ct oxygen 'If and Blacksmith ;
tample to the Herpicide Co., Detroit.I posted it with the other make no extravagant dreams! msj be weighed.Where carbonic arid gas.! The .nitrogen Inspired I Office-No. 43 Sauth Palafox street. Telephone 93.

} acb Two evenings la ,r''f''he'pj" .hj.brought claims. <1 and expired! is exactly equal. Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372
corner
'" ., .rtif'cird. "I took him of Inspiration! the lungs Yard _
-- ------- 1 Melissa Dr. G.n e t. Sirarw.One During the act, ) -
, to the libraryHr.said.ie-cottl i of the most remarkable sights have been found to.be. the coldest paris: :

, RUBBER BANDS' only stay a ft* ..ln'tef sad wsntef. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS In the world' is Binl Island in South of the )"\*" ............ .........................................

to see youMelisea ''''D'.!*' Africa for the reason tbat during some .

THAT WON'T. BREAK. want downstairs) r fre months of the year it is literally covered -- .AfraOfStI'0flg: Medicines.

11- are the kind that every office I bead puckered 'tab\ 1f.i4trtJ Hartly frowt. : 1 \ ''with gannets. :'\ot a font of. Many people suffer for years from |! Our Butter Eggs and Produce "i
I>f- and to do so
prefer
nan wants and should have. I She could not gIuaby! ground IS to be seen anywhere. Day rheumatic pains ,, .
to-Bdertep. .to. |slk-. with her : of gannets strut rather than take th: strong medicines: .
There'snothing' more annoying had com S and all kinds ,of Feed after1 day thousands 'for rheumatism not meadows the country farm and the fer.a :
f ths rolling
than to have the rubber bands about anything: around and they are so close to each usually 'siren : Suggest daily and .
_ ; and relief from pain thinga are bring celtd almost
net her. bat quiCk fieW't These
to t tile
you are putting around papersor He came forward Stuffs.Pluto that the whole Island seem actually knowing almost tot
them :
other r Chamberlain's how to produce
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N greet- by applying farms taat know
In had from
bee be com
" a package to break ond after she felt a littl! copftrained I l allis Those who han seen this may excellent
seemed 1 1ao and without taking things in this
Balm Like all
another. the kind that this ,if forty.wW>> t which Pain perfection. i
We have lag of man algh' say that'lt is one can nter -" For
internally. sale by
end: the othera. .- medicine .
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ct'.o t. break. different! from Dley' Water. be forgotten any '
aU drUggtltL.Escambl; ; -
Groceries i
LARGE, LIBERAL-SIZED Stock .
k ,to marry
:
PACKAGE FOR 25c. "I'm so gUd yoirx decided twin- A .J.I.. r. j '. Lodge No. 15, F. & A. M. 5 iI' fit for the b'Jt tables and will be appreciated jg" :
They are ,
saI4.eordla1I7-huZ57 Oldcastle
We have all sizes from the very me he would Wholesale and Retail. It srejns: to me saM -Ir' j' Regular communication of E8I -: .* those who know what good fool Is. Quick delivery. : -'
kling. "I hoped some woman! \ that In tbese, small large, ; I
bands to the very lAve order.
bat. b1 10 i be glad to your
wide bands.Ooe's. some day. Toil\ ,'W I !' hope (or the man who lacks Inltiatl..ttnow -. i I VqySI..will be held Monday even .
busy-I rather,neglected )1t."' New Orleans Grocery Co, 'l It,** replied her hostex; : /V "tni. February 5, at 7:30( ,! The Popular : -'

f Melissa gasped with istolihinett."Who I That must b? OMP reason why Josiat o'clock" ViSSias. I brethren fraternally : 14WGilrden LAZ"JACOBY Grocer. :
'mal' ": ,
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Bookstore 'said anypila ;'bat my nvonderfnl 'ncce" He gets! -- Phone 183 .
has until Invit d. *
.ou1'": f'f: .ft nlp&ged to Jas. McHughPhone Initiated in sortethinp new nearly .v,. C. D. BEYERW. ,..-. M.r I'i. .I'.... .. M- .. ................... ............1 '
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Sy.ber j aiuf.:!"It".,orp Becord-Herald. d.: DA11EY S3C. j I
eyej 1fttk.-cbkl .
N. -U--- ,2l3S.PtozStreit I !}( I He took tier AOtf ,frfJ .. JaLd! I 05. Proprietor.I) try



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i : rs 't' ..-: ...1'ferns; :rbotlfijouns> : 'l'ladies 'Ipokfag their;

::s ""' ::s:: prettiest t &> bridesmaids! 'tisfe"* tabt rI..s't: a-ii

f' t .- of doing--: -:' '
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PEOPLE ::' I Th'en ttimald: otttonor: Miss/,OlivIaO : FRIDAY NIGHT FEB. 2.
4t and EVENTS
I ** I entersd ,
I : Con .ell .s. I 1eter of ths bride ,
J alone. Shy! ."wore a beautiful' gown of University Military! School of Mobile, vs. Pensacola Classical! School

white ,spk< The fcottonT of ,the skirt Junior Y. M. C. A. vs. Junior Classical School.

i F Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go/ othe h 1{ J edged was, finished'' .}.withwhite with satin three ribbon.'deep tucks Tae Between,' )halves; of the 'Varsity game an exhibition of

I .. Dutch ,round neck and the pointedyoke S I
Indian club swinging will be given by Mr., F. E
w-re outlined with white, satin ,
f F : Tarry: Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere g ribbon. The ribbon was festooned S 1 Mullet director of Mobile Y. M. C. A,.., -

from JL rosetteon the left sboulder"tth who
: held the amateur cham-
'side where it
right of the yoke '
r.- By t NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. ,L, was fastiied with another rosette ofthe j i pionship of the UnitedSfatesfor4year

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the Waist line and long silk
GUTTMAN-PATTERSON Salt 1 glivcs jcet lte."elbow.slccv. s of.\ two Gymnasium of. Pensacola Classical School
Salt ,
fU'l. jiutfs.; : fled T Jth the ribtopn and itrosBUV
ANNOUNCEMENT OUT. >
The following invitations have been The Journal's Daily Fos/I im Feature A ro eite tti&ribboa wafatVae4 : ,1: corner North Palafox and DeSoto street;. on car line..

received by frieuds of the twu fa tut, .Salt is tha mot Important ,th n.In.. ; .' : In lisr hair,' -"' First game begins at 8 o'clock. Only one admission for both
: lies? : fli. a grocery store. -You haWJ to use., it Tie-bride: entcre4--on-the--arm of:he"" -
Mr. and Airs. 'John D. Guttman and H ought. to bs ooJ: We se1l4HeCker brother: Mr. Wjllie*-Tpuajrt. She was : games and exhibition. Admission, 50 cents.Again .

: requests the pleasure of your company .enveloped In cJoud} !lik-1 .- veil of.white ... .
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T at the weu'ding reception ot their: :' Opal Salt. silk tulle 'which was caught in fier -

: daughter Ljllie Belle.! ( : hair with lilies -of the-- valley1. Her -
and \ It does not stfck'-W: lamp} runs free- : white
gown .of Brussels' point over I Under
Mr. Ernest WiJhelm Pettirsen I ly., Packed in 1xs.at 10 cents. taffeta was very elaborately trimmed theManagement
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t. On the evening of Wednesday the *- her 'dress maker requiring 10 yards S .LE' W' IS' HOUSE of
fourteenth of February,
ROSENAU' & GERELDS of ribbon. The ribbon was! cascaded
from half after eight until! ten round; eachof th3 three ruffles 'tha't i : Mrs. Helen Lewis

Six.hundred and seven North The Grocers finished tb.3.bottom of the skirt. Tnese -
I Barcelona Street, : Fancy ribbon Cascaded ruffles at narrow-1 New Re-Painted, Re-Papered_ and Thoroughly Renovated
t Pensacola. Florida. Phone 391. Pensacola. ,
,', -+- tenrals, in groups of three.trl met.hesIQrt : ,Especially:Convenient for Transient Trade.
f MISS CALDWELL 40 tie waist ovr a deep accoi-
dean' plaited ruffle on.th.3 taffeta pe-; OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
t ENTERTAINS'FORMISS Nick's Biii't and neat : The1', elbow sleeves had';I

ANDERSON AND double'jruffl- edged and: cascaded with.
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: MR. 'W.'IPAUL JONES. 5__.. r' the: ribbon, whlla a similar ruffle outlined v--

: Miss Fannie Caldwell entertained ., s.- Restaurant. the shirred yoke, a crush girdle I TO IMPROVE.AND: PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY

few friends most charmingly Tuesday i' of liberty satin finishing the waist USE

Cfght with a musicale for Mr. M. Paul : ia:: .the only place of- its line.A. '
.j
Jones. and Miss Mildred Anderson who Mnd in" Pensacola in fact bridal dinner; wa served at the: NADINE FACE POWDER
bave residence of the: brde's: parents after ,. S
contributed so much to the pleasure ,
It is' -
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\ C recptibn ;. -I -5 SOXICSO.I-Y.'
of others recently. the'Cef em nyc-after whica a. '- 5 < --IX-GRBEK '
Such 0 \ -'S\ washed! from 8 until 10. SUPERIOR .
a feast of good music as there --.5. : QUAUTY. HARMLESS

!Was, Mr. Jones contributing banjo and A Pride to" .. At..the home 'the decorations were \\VATEK.
mandolin gems accompanied by' Miss 1oPu17o In" bamboo and fsrnsexcept inthe y'.JADItIt Faoe Powder is rompounHM .n4
:An 'erson on the piano. parlor: where white carnations pre '1 purified by a N "I.Y piNroreRr Mln
S i Those the hostess : Pensacola: vailed and in tha dining rooni which I %- J CEsfH .Produces a Leant tnt, w>rt velvety. itponranoe. -
present were Miss /1\ 'i.s : .- : -: : iie--_ which remain until wjie4, off
Caldwel; her mother Mrs. Marion : \ was .n violets. : ;- Ladies who Use Nadmw Fair* Powder IB r...-"
Caldwell "S' boxes are sure' the complexion will be ..
who has happily quite recovered Larger ', cities cannot MIsj Florence GraiJam: :In whltooverg S ---ti--- fr hand
.
lovely at clone ol rho '
S ._ c\mine. TRu:
from her recent illness to the Miss: .1n whlti: .ta -7w "
; Lou1e. Grani 4 "
.,. toast of a better equippel: gresn :; "QUALITY UNtQUALED. Buy on10rentpacka
:: Pleasure of her many friends; and Mr.I : place..1'" The : ervlce'Is the over rel, Miss Katie GrahimMn: whT.tfe '- S _- }<- ':,..., _,. ____'" .:o and it you .re notntr..iy xati-gftj:
Robert Caldwell who assisted -- S ii I :i. ,; notify us, and we will promptly RirouYO1TK :
;r verymaterially \ best_tjiat can b9 had. oreri! blue and Miss Louise :Doolyih: 3.e s !.. __; MONETt
in entertaining his sister's \\\1/f all white were the bavy' pf.. pretty"girl L '-r -S --u '_ i4ol-lbvl.-adjntdruggists: ) of mail. Trite 54
guests Miss Gunn of Kentucky. Mr. 0 ( O f frisrids' of the bride who served: -1n 5-' 1 "% '- cents.' White.*'lesh.! Pink Bruneti.
.
!. and .Mrs. L. S. Brown, Mr. and .Mrs. C S : Nick Apo1ePropt'r the refreshment raom.""wh r3'alt sorts \ Prep*red by

31. A. Brosnaham, Mr and Mrs Campbell I 0 of good thing errjoyed.! -- -S S '
47 j were ; National Toilet Co. Paris, Tenn.Sold .
Avery and Mr. Brunaugh Ynies- A' variety offtetty s lvr an4. cut,' FRE-t NADINOLA ilRt-4
-- -------- in'Pensacola
by *leading druj isU
i tra. ; ;:
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glass articles and nura rom bpauflfu -
-+- only the family they were entertained. ___ ..
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r 0 ] pictures: chairs and rugs were: u< ,
at b3 :: "
EXCELSIOR FLINCH 7 .0i'f / -- a w ddl..n.:. 1riu .t. '
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r WITH MRS. WILSON. -:- From 8 until 10 a large reception enabled among the' bride's' presents.- -- -
;: Mrs. Clyde Wilson entertained the : the friends to offer 'congrat h.i Mr. n.nd Mrs.. Touart went at-once
;I
l Excelsior Flinch Club last evening d i t'oas. The rooms -were tastefrjly to housekeeping:! on South R2us"wheretii37 : 'Five New
;. decorated. The. color schema win be happy: .to_see their,friends., ; Tables
from.3 to 6. After the game a delight ..parlor S Branswicke-Balke'
ful sweet course was daintily served was white anc'' red, "in holly bamboo: .
'
, r from the ..violet decked tables and the mistletoe, palmettos''and' white. chrysanthemums JUNIOR-LEAGUE" po D OW OWL L Everything Up-to-Date.

afternoon wound up with the usual with,.red"' bells from the, ELECTS OFFICERS.I! .
S
!pleasant social hour. ChandelierW ,' The Juu"lo League of Palafox l Methodist 14 Ease Government Stpe
Next There were two rooms where a bevy I t.
Tuesday night the club and church bald! its iHisuiass meeting;:
r: their husbands or-where they., are ;; of pretty girls served, refreshments; Sunday "afternoon at 2',30.; The tot.-' PARLORS J. A. BILLINGSLEY Prop.Biumer .
: not ava.1labl&-thelr friends The first was in yellow chrysanthemums l, ,
will be
.entertained lowing 'officers were ?l ted, for jhe .
and green and the second in ...
i ,by Mrs. Zeiius.4 ensuing year: t
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pink chrysanthemums' and green, tho I II
lius.
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5dcntlss Florida z. I
f MRS. CUMMINS ENTERTAINS ctnter plec,on eaob-of. .the ,tables. be- '
HOUSE JACKET mi HALLIS. Vies-1'reeent-Miss Mary:, Gleog. '
f' THE PLEASURE CLUB. I .. J. "I ing roses. 2nd VIra-Presi-Jent-Miss A n Srthe second-both very greeted very cordially: by his many

The Pleasure Club met Tues !ayavenlag ; Any of the soft woolen materials waistline and forming the. fullness below Miss Nellie ayJry in white over Moore H : : .handsome handkerchiefs. I f i lends here. Mr. Pugh is now 1000 ted
i' with Mrs F. E. Commins. make wall in this house jacket that point The fronts are tucked green: Miss Jbsie1 Griffin Hrwfiite! over 3rd VLce-reai4at--Robert{VfW.- % -.s '. ej Mr Bach was the.,fortunate winner, at ESlisville Miss. He expects to 'are
style
t Mrs. Jack Brandon won the first up above tha' bu.tlne! .and release-i: to: yellow,. Miss JeanetteBajzell in -pink, -" ': of the gentlemen's first prize O'e"l for. hat. plae tptfayyMrs. :
rt Enchre prize a shirt waist pattern and which ths average woman cannot give the fullness at that, Miss. Eta Bazzell In white over.: pInk. : <:handsome suspenders while Mr.- Bird; S .

f' Mrs. Almond Payne the second a sterling afford to exclude from her. wardrobe. point. The'necessary broad collar, has a full and Miss Nina .(parise in pink rence."j"j cne.;6f the tourists present capture ., C." UJ Robinson left last nJ.;Li

k' silver hat pm. Mrs. James The material is a robin's egg blue diallis. frill, of black! {''hanIIlY.1a"te.: this trim-i i were the servers. Thesa and .tha, ,,the second an elt'aant four-in-hand ..tIe.The' .Ii for ;Fayetteville, .N.' C., on a visit to
White ]I I bridesmaid and matron .of honor. hiayQ dancing! closed) at midnight and her
p won the' consolation 'a, white. covered with ring! dots in black. jning medium-sized bishop slevci; ; mother..
i r' belt. been associated with the bride in the successful affair: 'summed
the
was
up 0
Ths back of the jacket is tight-fittin, tha-fronts held"! in to the 'figure' by the
I ( Delicious ambrosia !exchange and that all) good friend's installation'of officers wIll-take|1 by of the dolightej visitors thus: Tuesday :
and cake contributed two broad pleats either side of the black velvet ribbon which ties in ar; 1 onj .bIght Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
I. their share to the fine time ''* after years of dailjt: asspciatkmspeaks! place! next Sunday night/in Palafox 'A 'picture of' fair womenpretty 1 Wilson entertained, a congenial! dozen
centre
t back narrowing toward the long lQopecl.bow in the 41>nt. ,: aJ well for all Methodist church. -t : :.j jn : .
enjoyed. The next meeting '.will .be concerned'Many girls .mighty. pretty frocks every- of their A neighbors .1n s cftarmig: !: tIleA .
, t: with :Mrs.: John! :Murich.: --' : l handsome presents, including 1 Tae public" is cordially! invited-to ,at-. think trod to eat and" drink good I delightful chicke salad and a sweet
---- figures served as place cards while I tended the wedding as a tribute o! a beautiful cut glas.s water set from; tend. : *' : j music and good old "Home' 'Sweet,i course with chocolate were served during -
ENSACOLA LADIES tiny red baskets were the individual personal regard. friends in the omce were:received. .1 1 MARY GLENN S c'y.-' Hornet to console us for the'end and I the evening-and music added its
, ENTERTAIN IN TEXAS. saltedalmond fishes. Blue candles in While the v Mr, and Mrs. Rupert went:: .to hpuse 1 4 -5 send'us' home to it all over charms to an altogether pleasant occa'
The Dutch luncheon given by Miss brass candlesticks burned brightly at people were beln'.; seatea' keeping in their QW ioni .'at 237;: Eas:: THE CONCORDIA CLUB, again;" .d..m ,i I son.
t Slargaretta Le Baron an. Miss Florence each place. The chandelier was drap- Btckwith by the the attentive ushers; Mrs Wright which 'awaited .them alt new,, EUCHRE AND DANCE' '- : S

: !T Le Baron on Saturday last wa ed with smilax and red tulips. One of a number of organist selections treated them to cozy and ,tasteful and there theywill I A-GREAT SUCCESS._ .' -Bryan, !)little three years old 'son "of I n1'e Ribbon! or aVnilla is really tb-

! i: unique and attractive. The prett the artistic and dainty touches appeared greatly enjoyed. that were'I be glad .to <-see their(friends" .. The handsome new_;r&rnsof' the"Concordia 1 Mrs.; Charles Larcum, 116 "North Al- cb 'l>est extract in use, as it goos

luncheon table was trimmed In the national at, the desert course where the ices At 5:30 o'clock the appointed Y Lour, .::-0=-':- 1f"'t-'' > Club ,were .filled with men::1 canlz' who has been'very ill for thepast twice'as far. :Ask your grocer for

colors Of Holland. A gold sa- were served. windmills of blue and I the approach: of the bridal: party MISS ANDERSON'S'T.REA'i'' hers and'their ladies: and a !large: L1: week is improvin's.. : i Blue! Ribboa*or'Vanilla. 10 .and 25c."A .
; toot holding: red carnations red on white. The decorations of the entire was announced by the march: FOR HER PUPILS: N,NO..80. bar of visiting guests l.:1 ludlng' nurnr 4 5 -5.-

a reflector in the center of the table apartment were in. harmony with I and the appearance wedding of the: four :Miss Clara 'Anderson principal ofI of pretty '.;lr1 ,tourist?. Tuesday .night l'I The many friends of Mrs. C. TheIsenI i
;; Little gold sabots attached to DutchThe those of the table. consisted ot and who jias been seriously 1lT. \\'ill be
They ? ushers, Mr. Joe Santo and Mr. Charles I I Public school No. SO, teacher of attracted by'the full. ,dres euchre, and I
\steins, delftware. and red geraniums.The Haynes Mr. Fred Muller and Mr, tie third and fourth, grade and of the: iance.:* I p'eas! dto Jearn.'that she is !1.ow doing I Ii
1 I
I guests were Misses Nannie Lack Arthur Pfeiffer: who preceded the chart; class, "gave" he"r pupils a gieat;I There was excellent music through nicely. i
.
: land, Rosa Blanco Adele Fewel' bridesmaid! Miss Agnes Neal who en 4 I time Wednesday afternoon as a fared out the evening and a number of the + .
Buchanan, McCallum, Monica Gallagher tered with the groomsman Mr. Dan welitreat., on ,leavij -the. school, 'lot- young people began to dance before: Hon. Bruce S: Weeks chie, instpeo I
Jane B. Christy, Jennie McDonald Murphy Jr., brother of the bride. another ,interesting occupation. the euchre was over. tor of customs, who has been laitf ,up !
; and Adelede lcDonald.-EI Miss Neal's becoming dress'was: -of t 'Two big- freezers*of ice cream :and I The score cards were lovely souvenirs since his return from grand J lodge in 1
1 Paso Herald. U theerwhite Paris muslin over pink a general l ,supply;;oT ,cake contributed I in the form of hearts: cupklsand Jacksonville\ with an attack of Ja
Finest -- silk. The muslin was beautifully trimS to the children's pleasure despite the'r other dainty shapes, the game:::1 grippe is now able, to be'out.

PROGRESS CLUB GAVE med with val lace and she carried pinjc regret at losing their! beloved teacher' which was very social lasting! from, .8 -4--' PURE
I!FULL DRESS FUNCTION. to whom they have:;becomedevotedly'I Mrs. Beckwith and her daughterMrs.
carnations and ferns tied with white)I o'clok} until 10.- Mrs. Harry: Blum r
j I The regular Wednesday night ribbon. -- ; attached during the term. won ,the ladles: first prize and Mrs, I R. C. Forrest were the organists:
ofFish I euchre and dance of the Progress Club The matron of honor' Mrs. -Jack Mrs Frank Tra t suceeds Misg--An- (.1 'ooth these bright and happy.' occa ,
:
I
,I last night was unusually brilliant, for Brandon, who entered, alone. wore a derSonas principal:and has been asso -.-- ... : sions., S : .
e\en that Club's full dress social af dress of the same fine French muslin elated with her this .week, taking' up 'OVER' SEA HABIT

fairs. Mrs. B. Gerson won the prizea over'pink silk and also .elaborately thework this'.m.orning., 4 Dp, John H. Eager, financial 'secre 'I
; I lovely placque. I triinmea'' with val { : She can Difference on this Side the Waterv. tary ol the .Baptist Theological,S tillnar.r ; ,
aGe
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: bvCONNELLl-AND' Louisville will in
In. JCy., preac
beautiful toilettes' lied MISS '
Many were worn bridesmaid roses and ferns tied I Ths persistent! effect upon 'the heart '
( by the ladies and the Marine band with'wh.ite ribbon. I MR. TOUARJ MARRIED, IN ofcaffeme In coffee- cannot 1 but result* the First Baptist church.Sunalay morning -

I from the navy yard furnished inspiring Then came, the bride leaning uitojt) I PRESENCE OF MANY' FRIENDS. in the gravest conditions' fn:-tim .- ,.and.in the evening will talk abOutwlserebe
f is ; '
KEY CANNOT
none too good for Italy,, spent sixteen rcars'as .., OF SOLID GOLD
|! throughout the evening the of : .
arm her father iMr. Dan Murphy St. Michael"Reman( l foCthoiic church I 'Eachattaek of thedragand that L '' "
your table' and especiallywhen i In addition to the many beautiful as handsome a cOi.lplo.as has trod I has b en the cenc..o! iuorc baatiful I m ans 'each crip of -coffee) weakens,'J; missionary./, ,'I. ._ :' .HEALTH'S .GATE UNFOLD.

that I|matrons and lovely young girls in the the aisle of St Michael Her trailing; wedding lecehf ty -than any "church!I th! rgan. a ,\little.niore". n- the end.Ss, l |,i :tilrs littie But:"t eigold'an buy the drugs hen
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robe -; J :, Philip and 'daughter:, which? will. loosen cramp"ll
local
t" Jewish Society set the following of white many a
were
was crepe de chine over in town, :but'none tit tl( tn'.hard',been I almost a matter of mathematical) demonstration. H Louise fol
:i will leave this mofning'!
kind is stomach or muscle 'and health's JapwfII
and attractive white
as visiting
easy young taffetta. 'The waist had double "
i prettir than that' of )Ir. "Georgj A. lady writesfroai; : a'\ve3; ; '
jjJBC.'isonville to'join )Ir. "who
ladies: Miss Blanche Pfeiffer of Cincinnati accordcan plaited ruffles of the chiffon Philipi roil wide'open when you app r
have I Touart and Miss MaryLouise., daughter tern.stale
as cheap to I /
as r t" : .
f ; 5- hasbee'n In business there for several them chemicals,
O. Miss Pearl Miss rightly. Pure
Bloom edged with satin drags
; ribbon outlining the and '
of Mr. Mrs. John O'Connell,, ,
;i the ether kind. We Pinkelspiel and Miss Meta Rosenau'of deep yoke of embroidered chiffon,: 'an\ German descent.and It was;, years. :Miss Clementine and MIss Mane -, madicines, toilet and sick: room ace"?!*
!
t Louisville. K)'.: Miss Esther Harrison The elbow sleeves; were double which took place 'at 4:30: Wednesday nattyil! that I should learn at a very preceded their mother on Wednes1d&y : sorbss, erfumes. soaps-evrythir|
puffs I
sell the best in '
only afternoon in tie1;. of many early to drink coffe Until I .;
iof presence aga was and all will reside on A&hUcf
New York' City; Miss Maude M.eniko edged with double ruffles of accordean i .for the bath or shaving here
canned friends. ?3 years old I drank carcsly anything I street in Jacksonville for the future.)
, I of Atlanta. Ga.; ;Miss Yetta Zim- plaited chiffon edged with the satin '
: mern of Mobile, Ala.;. Mr. B. Gersou ribbon. The skirt hung In' full soft "Might Jehovah"March.Bridal : .- : else at any meals. Miss Josephine 'who is spending, the iw.nter'with I HOOTON'S PHARMACY,
! Shrimp Lobsters, of Atlanta was also a guest. folds from the shirr d yoke and was Eve-Voluntary. "A few'years ago I began to be 'affectgd ; hcr'.aunt Miss Ph.illippi I in'',
-4MURPHV.RUPERT. finished at the bottom three : "Ansmer" (Robyn). J bya sfeadi'y ine'asing nerve Montgomery: .. Ala., expects to oin the The Birth Place of Prompt Delivery
:- with wide t
Deviled Crabs, i. WEDDING !tucks, the full ten inch accordcan i "Fleur! de Ly ",.,-}Iu'h. ., ouKjess,,which eventually deveiInt .-- family' in June. PHONE 1100.
Soft Shell,Crabs, VERY HANDSOMEFFAIR.. plaited ruffle on the silk skirt beneath Grand Nirptial March-Hacnen. -)' a distressing heart, trouble that L J
Entra 'eIien'ien"Mare'.i.Ceremony \ Mrs. Charles Cost on is expecting a-1 ,
made me weak !' -----
giving the flare. This very and miserable.' rrThere'S --- -
| There was'a throng of friends necessary
Kippered Herring, beauS Voluntary.: Then visit from Mrs.: Clara McC y' "of.Norf.ok' -
,
tiful gown was some three years ago was arIl, |
gathered in St. Michael church last completed by a softwhite ;
Anchovies in Oil, evening! 'tons before the hour announced girdle to the front of which was; Hearts" ,and_ FI w?rs_ I, ed asthma in its worst form. :My: sufferings : Va. Miss :McCoy, who is 'a 'niece\
,
fastened a cluster of whitechiffon 'CoursetF1eurs- from these vtttincs! ; can be better ,1of the" late Col. Henry Ingraham has i
for dainty
Sardines of all kinds. the ceremony to -witn ss ;
the marriage of two widely known and flowers., Her tulle veil ,was; Exit-Marche du Schneur. ,' tmaidnd than described. '. :a riost: of friends In' Pensacola, wherel I( aDifference

; .- For salads and the very popular youtfg? people. Miss Genevieve fastened'' to her coiffeur with cluster. The churcn was decoratnl ,witi!I During all this time my husband 1 iishe I formerly resided. Shells now Jn'Jacksonville I
, Rosario Murphy and Mr. Francis of lilies of the valley and she carrieda tastefully arrange' : ferns ,bambno. ivy realized more fully than I did that-cof. where,she. !las,'spent the: in
}: various cold dishes Charles Rupert. shower of the lilies and hrlde1'oseit.1! and while ribbons anl softly: Illuminated fee was injurious to me. and made past month but will arrive jn this city

that your family', Mr. Rupert the groom. is a scion of At the altar they were awaited by' by many lighted. candles on the. j]f i every effort to make me stop. | Saturday night on' her first visit SS for

an old and respected IPcnsacola family the groom and his best man Mr. altar. S I f "Finally it wasdecidd. a few months years. Ice Cream.
likes there is nothing and is himself an esteemed young Thomas Philip and. the .officiating: Rev Father Gievert. who is exIrem'ely -' agog to quit the usa of. coffee absolute .
more delicious man holding the responsible positionof priest Rev. Father Goevert. t I 'popillar':iih; his young pe JjV and to adopt Postum Food: Coffee The Baptist Missionary Society will I
t' : assistant Umber shipper for the From the church the bridal partY'drove pie with the groom and his' best 'ma'n L "5 'our hot table drink. 'I had but Jit- meet this afternoou'at :.3:30: .with. Mrs; Have you ever notIcdS !

than'I W. S. Keyser Company.The to the residence-of the bride's and brought Mr. Phillip Touart,'awaited jje.tdca that it would help me, but con-! J.,C.-Green S on East S JHH. : it? If. not you should try

I I : 'Durkee'sSalad, bride Is- the attractive (daughter parents, 420 North Hayne where'with the bride and Attendants at the seated to try it to please my hasband.I The Misses Joneawilr: f'nt: rt.ain'th' the.Kandy.

I.. of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Murphy who chancel as theenterd, to, the beautiful prepared it very carefully, exactly] I'
Epworth League of the Gadsden 'M.-E.
r ; came to this city twentyyears ago T music of the"bridal"--march. according to directions; and was de-i church at their,home on East Gadsdea Kitchen
from New Orleans and have reared PIANO BUYERS. The bridal procession was led by lightej-with its"delicious''flavor-and re-j "

t. .and'We sell it in all their family here.: Mr. Murphy Is so the fOil shers'Mr..Jco. ,Touart, Mr. trashing 'qulitl \ \ Friday-evening: at I *7:30.' : \i.li: Quality
t thoroughgoing and whole hearted a You should not bs satisfied when L Joe Brown. Mr. Harvey Brooks. and "Just so soon as the poison' from "i
.sizes of bottles. If ctlzen! that even the "oldest inhabi buying a piano worth anything but Mr. Peter Apt' all in lull' evening dress, the coffee, had .time .to. get; out of Mrs.. Henry T. :Wright: ,, *hp- .has S
- my, '
you havenevertried tant" has forgotten. that he is no$ a the vry best. It is the purchase'of 'allfstime aswere the ;other- gentlemen, ol system' the nutritive" properties of the,; I J been? seriously! 'and ill able.for to severalweeks.iaimpfoving sit np to the','. Jr sion! makes eve;)'a Iini9.good impresS Wh'nyou"

It: It. do so at once. born resident. for a real lifetime. Everypiano Course Posting began to bu'.ld! me up and I great pleasure ot her relatives antf have tasted }It onetime
"Mis Genevleve" she is .
? as knownto we sell is Uw product throughout Then cams! the groomsman. Mr Herman im now fully recovered from all myj
:E her host of! friends is a lovely and of the-most skilled-piano-builders I Hahn and ths bridesmaid: Mies I nerrtonsness. heart trouble and asthma innumerable' friends." "' S you will eat no I
Icreabl girl who has endeared herselfto of tha world. Such building guarantees Belle Johnson in- a gown of fine whita t %I gladly acknowledge that -, other. Same as to our

Ii Sol I Calm h & C D.f the public 'generally by her unfailing unusual richness: and erenness.of r Persian lawn elaborately trimmed: for the first time in rears I enjoy'now perfect Miss Louise' Bond and Miss, Ola S Hot Chocolate.

sweetness 'and courtesy to the pa- tone, while the action is instantaneously with p3arl passementcrc! and satiu hw'tli and that I' owe It all toPo5tu Watson will leave in" tllew. days for
trons of the telephone exchange where responsive. .Jlemrmbar the ribbon. and carrying white carnations ." Name given by Postum Montgomery'where th -y will visit I I
? The Pure Food Store, she has served as "Central" for sever. name Kmaich & Bach Lester. Meh- and ferns tied with white satin.:'ribbon. Battle Creek :Mich..There's : Ca.. ,\ their aunt. Mrs. P, L. Hollo, and the

:J; S uthest? Corner Patafex and IntnidMCfa. a1! years and for the .last ten monthsas Hn, Clutter Newton 'and Cossslt And I a rsason. Read th? little latter will return with .them, fo spend

t) "chief operator. Consequently her remembertoo, that you can bars ron Then came Mr: Joe" Fitzpatrick and I book, 'rh9Road to AVeHville! In the Carnival. week Fensacola. I Kandy Kitchen Cafe
1178 wedding was of Interest to a large time ]
:1f Phones 1400P1 for payment Miss C cvlia Hatton. Miss Hatton .- S
I number" of,people outside. her extend- CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. wore a. similar and carried .an I S Postum Food Coffee Rev A. P. Pugb.: fonnerly paster 104'S. Palafox. Phone 999
.w-wp.__'_ !,1." '" --non At. gown tj s.. .. contains, ..no oJ; the .First Baptist cnurch.. has,. t been 11 :
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THE. :' PENSACOLA JOURNAL TKU_,RSD: AY' MORNING, FEBRUARY 1,1906. PAGE SEVEN, _

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S OPPORTUNITIES Sto S-' 1'222 N. SPijING ST.)I


make money in real estate were I I ; 'HOOTON & WATSON
Invest in 0 never b tter than npw. 'I 'have properties $2400100 ,

on ray sale list that will net r... Successors to ThD$. C. Watson 6 C3-

J'OU 'You will'find til!|:anattractive* bar -

10 PER CENT AND' MORE I gain in "close in' fes.Idontial; property.The Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency
besides increasing In nlu ,
Toucan
is 7 rooms*2'story Milet
house ,
Real Estate Now double your money In vacant lots Iam .
!I IWhy and 'gas and in. ffttfl good condition; S .
selling at It desCrM! will make a ;
lot 60x173.:
A. A Few Attractive in Real Estate.
$50 :
AND $60 PER Offerings
LOT reasonable loan on:above at'7 per cent: .; -/yj\: I :

walt Get rIght in ahea.d of other8. $1.00 cash and 50 cents per wek. interest. w S : : .I
for 'ourselC. Real e,5tate values H"ve;" the best :j : I '_..;S ". '...- $15.ooo.00-A large brick building on a gcod business corn err S

1 whIle you're losing opportunities.are d .liy' increasiny Rues and Cervantes I II .V 0 $$7,500.00 large lot. lyingwest of and near Palafox St. about 250
ft. front by 192 ft deep. A bargain.

LESLIE E. BROOKS Here, we have 'a most desIrable.. piece I' .LIFErj : ; $7,250OO-Large 2-story brick building, opposite site of New City Hall.

You're I ot property for 'Immediate! sale. It I This must be sold at once, or will be withdrawn, from market.

Losing 2 44 8. Palafox I 8U Fisher Building. consist( ? of 5 lots ,and a 6 room cot- I $5,250.0oLar5torr dwelling with 10 rooms, servants quarters.
tag all under new fence. It is being modern conveniences. Stone sidewalk. Lot 80 by 180 ft. West

-.. offered? now at.. .. ..' .. .. ..$27;>0; ITS AN UNEQUAL CHANCEl Hill. 5-
Opportunities for Sale. The lots without ths house are worth $2.500.00very nice cottage on North IJajne St., with lot SO by

$!500. you take in having a fire insurance l2Sft. S
j $2.090: .00-Large two-story dwelling on North Davis street. Very dssirable. -
f' FLORIDA CURIOSITIES policy written up without knowing; .
That won't coma back, to get in on the ground floor. Why shell Jewelry, wood novelties-Sea,shells leather -, 3 lots N. Palafox St. anything about the company that. issues i
not buy now' pay a part don and annual or semi,annlwl Js nacola the policy. In case of fire luck $$2,000.00-5 lots on East Hill car line; southern exposure, overlooking
'fit payments for balance Ask about this proposition. goo souvenlr, live and may get you back what you paid in i I bay. One of the prettibt d stuffed Alligators. Goods packed $350.00At $I, )() '
; Comfortable cottage on Brent Road, near Cotton Compress.
ready for shlpm nt. Mrs.. C. N. Mc.i c' I I premiums, or it may not. I $1 OO.OO-Five room dwelling, with large lot on corner; East Chase
thi price you' know these lots
Lure. Opera House Building. 10J t::. $ I. ,street.$1OOO.OOI"h'e.
Government St. IfeblmI cannot be on "Palafox Hill" but are Substantial Insurancewe !
"C very dcsirable building lots; making a frontage of 200
just beyond and wi1l'pr'o sure money write np daily. Companies represented : ft. near S'oddart's Place.,
Pensacolla linvestmeiiit CO. .OR S.\LE-FJrst.cla'is ticket to Chi D1ak?r'. .
) cago. Will sell at half price. Ring Each of the above are listed with us are as solid as adamant. Quit;I LOANS, IN ANY AMOUNTS. MADE ON REAL ESTATE SB-

phone. 1040. Ifeb3t. for only a limited tlm ". At prices offered taking chances when our safe policiesare CURITY. ON SHORT NOTICE, AND AT LITTLE COST TO BOR
.. H. B'MLEMBOtTE. as cheap as questionable ones.
City Mana. .
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ROWER. S
FOR they are bargains, and_ worth Call. ,I
SALE-17 lots on North Rail
w. .. INOWLIS. rrasliuL t. i. jtMrm $' r.Ury. road street. Excellent! location for your while to, investigate. I I WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARK OF YOUR, PATRONAGE -

I.I. TILLAl Y..rnL uC Gill. lluifer. INOWUJ Rut, triuurlr.If. fact 'n' sites or resdent! lIrop rtr. McD AND- IF YOUR RENT RETURNS: ARE UNSATISFAC
Price $1,25000. Tern to suit. Ad.I vid-Hyer Company, TORY. PLACE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS AND INSURE

I ..' EMtmtf, ...."., C." ./nvratmcuf*. dress Lots, care Journal.. ? SOjanlw L. S.: BROWN & CO. 'Agents New York SATISFACTION." FIRE INSURANCE PIA.\CED'IN FIFTEEN OF
THE VERY OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES. IP YOU WANT TO

215 South Palafox Street Peniaoola,: Florida. FOR SALE Furniture and other 201-Ji Thiesen' ,Building. Life 8 E. Insurance Government Company.Street. RENT A DWELLING OR STORE. OR DESIRE A RENTAL AGENT,

household articles; also a fine talking WE RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO CONSULT US. S
__- ______ : Phone 918 Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla.
parrot, at 100 :South Ba>len St.

'<=- 2Janlw'FOR I
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WANTED WANTEDA .SALE; Good, .family horse ata' HOOTON&WATSON ,

- bar&ainor. wjl) trade for mule or, FORSALE. Timber Lands PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

\\'\\TED-Positlon as stenographer WANTED.-\., It. Bingham want good 'work horse.. Geo. Vucovich.Jan.281w. : _
nlady' of experience. Good refer- your moving and h UUq. He I
guai 100 excellent building sites on East
Address L. M., care Journal. antees all breakage. I .-,-.. .. ---....---
nc* Phone<30, --- -- --
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: Hill at all prices: from $75; up.
f'b)w" FOR ,SALE-House af Goulding ou Three lots ('orner' 16th ave. an-1! Miscellaneous IDIR-ECTORY Ii IiJoppa
QmCK.'DJ'LVERY-HauUD of all'
hard road. 4 rooms, bath and kitca- i For Sale
\'TFD-To loan money on your kinds solicited; moving ,of furniture en: nice stable. Strictly cash. M. Gad deu MreeL.a, fine location.$950 _................ --
and personal ef. a specialty. East Hill Transfer, Co. One block ia Wapi King Tract $550 and builder
natcb.es. jewelry :
S. Borras'!, Standard Oil Co.'a GEO. JOHNSON cntractor
oft'ice.1 No. 6 I. O.
Lodge O. F.
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Residence; Phone 454 Modern dx room house 417 E. Cervantes _
;, office Phone Re-
cash prlce.for old gold Pensaco'a estimates free. ,
pE&highest : Fla. SOjanlm I will give you Joppa lx>dge. No.' 6, I. O. O. F.
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918- near car ,Jine .. .. ..$1900i I
& Klein 106 E. UjanimHEL.WANTED' Paone 105ft.Ifeblw .
and, !"IHcr! Lightman pair work specialty.
meets!
"\\'mht. Ifeb FOR SALE-Two or three wagons:i East! ,: lini homesat) all prices from We have! them. Several splendid.I every Tuesday evening at 7;:"
: o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Gardea
-- -- -- -- -- drays and hor es' cheap, if tak n $1200 up. large and small turpentine locations
WANTED-To buy old gold and s.l- wjthfo a few days. Phone 614 or 'apply I Saw MIlis and Saw mill lo tlon.., I DRESSMAKING: -Mrs. Alice W. Her vited.St. Visiting brethren are cordially' In;

n'f.' broken up stuff regardless of at 403 N. Reus street. 27 jan Some excellent bargains in large man has opened a ,first-class dress "
Klein and small traits of round and boxed: T. }f. FLEETWOOD N G.
: Cash paid. Ligatrnau & WANTED her residence. 106 E.
size good nu'se. Good position I. C. R. YAEGER making hop at J. W. GINGLES
5cc.3hjan6m. .
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06\! E. Wright. Ifeb io right<< person. Apply 619 FOR SALE-Second hand' .buggy timber lands. Intendencia. Ladies invited to call. .
,- ---STENOGRAPHER-" -- North,: Ba>Ien, St. SOjan cheap Apply F. A_ Rogers 908 E. 202 'Thiesen .Bu-i d'ing. Phone 332 I Large tracts of Mississippi Delta 31jan3w
EXPERT BVCBD Jacks )D, or phone 1143. 27anlw* and Hardwood lands. Pensacola Lodge No. S. K. of P.
de'irHi position' with first class firm WANTED. f Splendid list of valuable property Wail
-CemfBt inishera and J. N. Murphy fc Co., Expert meets;;: every Monday evening at. 7:31
Best of references furnished.: Ad. plasterers at building No.' 45,. Navy WOOD WORKING MACHINERY: and fine l location: for a Colony or Stock Paper S Cleaners; frescoed ceilings- o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall

dress "Position" care Journal. Yard. R. I. KennedyWANTED. .- Ojan1., .. one 6" Moulder, four heads 130 D. HALE WILSON 6 s CO. Farm i& South East Georgia : cones and furniture and all varnished. over lou stable. W. Intendencia St.
''janlw.POSITION. knives and cutters. One ,wood Some of the choicest residence ,[ work cleaned: and! polished. Special Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.

- I .-Fifteen good ,plasterers 150 knives and cutters. One vood REAL ESTATE I places i- rte beautiful little city ,of I ties: All offiCe desks and fixtures asrecialty. J. A. KIRKPATRICK. c. C.

WANTED as bookkeepror I on building No.. 45,: Navy Yard. worker or jointer, with two heads, DeFuniak priugs. Fla. and in Milton, I The very latest method In- H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S '

double entry clerk about' March 1 SOJanlw* knives, rablting tools, saws; etc.' poe I Fla. the work of office and house cleaning.-
Am 30 of Address: RENTS AND LOANSW Our and terms reason when Ratnbone Lodge No.
years ag-a. 36" circle resaw. latest pattern for prices are I No dirt or trash to be removed
i MEN ,EVEltYWIIERE-U.OO dailj:- : 30. K. ot P.. meets every
Bookeepr. care Journal. 27JanlwVA bevel and straight boards, with saw able. work is finished. Personally responsible -
pass circulars, tack ,signs-no canvassing S Thursday evening: at 8:00
Cal on or write to us. all damage which may occurduriffg
complete. One Edger Harbor. and for
Position registered: have the, following special 1 bargains .o'clock in
\ NTED- by ; steady. Continental Distributing of work.. AddressP. their temporary
druggist; of 17 )drs' experience.: Ad-: Co., Chicago. 2ljanlw three saws from 10" to %O Belts in very desirable real estate for the execution Pensacola Fla. Castle Hall over Pou stable
1 counter'shafts, main line shafting and few I O4 Box 347. ,
a
iress Druggist, care Journal. days only.S SOjanlw*I W. Intendencia street!
27janlw WANTED-White middle ageo1 woman pullfjs. Machines comparatively new. ,I. TURNER&AYMARDReal Visiting knights &J'e cordially
: for. nurse and general house' workin Selling on account' of no further work .EiAL, RpAINS.. -5- elcomcd. ,

WANTED( .-nrst-clasg millwright, circular small family. Can.' stay on for them. Apply Henry1 Monk general 2 lots in block 170, New Citj' 80x137fc MISCELLANEOUS.CAPT. FRITZ J. M. J. D. KIRK C. C.C.

saw filer and hammerer is premises if *be d sires. Apply 301 W.. contractor 16 West Gregory St.' .t, 'on car lihe.C.-' .. '.4 .. $400.00 and STEAMER master. Passengers; and J. LEVY. K. of R. & g. s
for position. Reference fur-: Chase. SJan. Pensaco'a.: 'or Fort Barrancas,:Fla. Abstract Company Rogers
open 3 !lots, corner 16th ave. and Gads Freight; service between Pensacolaand Knights of Columbus.
nsh.tj.: ( Address J. H D., care Journal den street .. .. .. .. ..' .. $1,000.00
WANTED. salsslady Call No. FOR SALE.-one Fla. At Baylen street Meetings of
at nice grocery with DeFunlak florida. Freeport the
26jan2WWANTBD P. 0.Box I 115 I Spring
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) office.__ lIt S. Tarragona 81, _%26janlw market attached. :Must be sold by 5 lots fronting Toledo square In New I wharf, Weinesdajs: and Saturdays. Knights of Columbus
.-Good horseand: wagon -_ February 1. $50.00.- For information City t. ..' .: .. '.. -i. ;. ..' .. $1,000.00One Tourists and others desiring to see are held at their haJ.

and taineafor farm purposes. AIo WANTED.-Colored girl for general apply; Greenhur,. or address .I, 5roomhouse, with bath and places of interest on ChocUwhatchie, S No. S West Intenden-

ocd; hor e- ani carriage must be house work. Apply ,420, W. ,Ronja36janlw -fof... care JournaL sewer- -connection.'gas in every room; Board and Rooms. Bay and Santa Rosa Sound should I" cia street, on every
nice If taken
h"p D. J. L. 6janlw., na. _______ _, _* --- S neighborhood.1 at ROOMS: TO RNT-70* E. CervantesSt. mak this trip. Special rates for par Monday evening at
I FOR S\LE.-If you have $8,000 to invest once, .. .. .. .. ?. .. .M50.00 ties of ten or more. For rates or!I 7:30 o'clock. A a incitation .
WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or W.\ TED.-First-class short goodscollector in a saw mill proposition worth 6 houses in block 17, West King ,Call* after 4 p. niNo children. other information. apply on board or' is extendedto

rent. !h eae or exchange. Your business and solicitor. ,Apply P. G. $10,000 write Lock Box 26. DeFuniak Tract renting'$30.00'per month. Will 31ja )w.TOURIST address P. O. Box 6S:, Pensacola.Fla.. visiting Knights. '

respectfully solicited. J. .-\. Wilson !- care Journal. 26janlwWANTED. Springs, Fla. This will stand .the lend S U.O\O.OO'.of necessary,. .. $2600.00 HOU.SES0.. 222 and 104 !27janlm I JOHN B. JONES

Real Estate Agent, 22& W. Gov. closest estimation; and the first man All) of these',propositions'are bargains N. :Spring St. Good location. Special EDM. FOX. Grand Knight..
afr Room 7. Salisbury .-Boy 'about sixteen to and will. ,be held open, for a few.zysoniy ,. Shoemaker.! Recorder.
rrnment et. with tne money gets it. No time to 'n' rates to parties or clubs. Apply JOHN FLO. Boot and
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building Phone 172. 23jan Co.learn, 29 East glazing.! Garden.Apply Saunders. ISjah!! waste with agents or'tnflers. 24Jaa Excellent'warehqus location 'on Mrs. V{. J. Williams, 222 N. Spring St. Fins custom work .to order; repairing I "pen' acola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O.; F.

Sojanim ; material and workmanship guar Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F..
railroad track vebep. ,.
KODAKERS get Kanffman's pricesfor FOR SALE.-One choice block on top Please give me a call. lol
intelligent person; may earn a hand. anteed. meets"every Thursday evening: at 7:3(1(
Any Good 8 cent fnortfgages
developing and finishing. Best of the ndge east of the eI ctrlcraU"'aI' per ONE LARGE ROOM-Double furnIshad. street. ;Phone 1086.27janlm.
forrewspnpers E. Government at the new hall on West
income eorreiponding Garden
good investments.
a of
Best kind
and cheapest in city. Romana and between 7th and 8th street with board. Hot and cold} i
; no ranvAising; experience Property in all,parts of -ity, vacantor street. Visiting brethren oonlialiy
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Palatox 20 janim
favored this
Senj'Ior Nautre has section and it water hath: Call at 415 W. Gregory or invited. E.
unnecessary. particu wanted and for sale. GREENBLATT
improved DRESSMAKER-Mrs. L. E.
cannot be duplicated. A. V.; lubbl.FOR S65. 27janlw EXPERT
W,VN1. 'ED.-Second hand furniturean lars. Northern Press Syndicate: : 30 S. Palafox St. phone- Miller late of New Orleans. familiar .I I J._NEVILI--_. Secretary.- -- ,


for,' ruh. Address P. 0. Box 353. W ANTE .-100 laborers, wages $ISO City. Tract No. 312. Fcr cash If JO. room for 2 gentlemen or married 4, Park hotel. Ladies- are invitel to Lodge No.: 10, Rebekah SI!.

:Tjanlm per day. Apply factory of.Gou'ding! Apply to A. M. McMlUa: Court House. couple (na light ho ? ke:ping). Ap call. 27janlw* ters meets every :Monday night at -
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WANTED.-The public to know that Fertilizer Co. 14Jan laug ply 18 E. Garden. 26janlw : : 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. Hall. Visit-v\
S --- THE; DAVIS :!oIANUFACTURI COwholeale tog sister cordially invited ..
old newspapers can be bought at MONEY TO LOAN it5nrNTFurnlzhed for : to be present
rooms
FOR SALE OR RENT-New, modern and retail manufacturersand MRS S. DeTH.\ R. -
this office for five cents a bundle. Theyire rent with 'or without. board. No
two-story six-room house East In cotton mattresses and
Hill dealers
:MISS MAMIEFREEMAN
all clean and nice.WANTED.Eiectrjc / I. Secretary.M. .,
For :210 West
e"I Apply
light housekeeping.
near cars. !\. C. Binkley. jan In Amounts of $1,000 and at : bed springs.' Second hand furniture
work of ah kind. up Gregory; jan21-lmo bought and sold. Upholstering and r"-! E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
FOR SAL .-Full blood Barred Plj- FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapersor third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.

dynamo Let us, df clean; jourwiring jour fens etc.reair; Pan3 jour I mouth Rock' White Rock Fisher sale. Only 5c a bundle, xhty 7 Per Cent _Per Annum. 'BOARD ture. large AND, clean LODGING rooms.-New Terms furnl-rea pairIng. cityC.a specialty.. T. Davis 114 Mgr.ITjanlm E.. BelmontSt. m., RaSord! Hall No 10. West Int S :l'
Towels rapping dencia street.
Brown Leghorn
Streign and mike good paper, and are
>70, Peiuacola Electric Co 203 S.naylen. .
Eggs per setting of ((15) $1.00. For just the thing to put under matUni' sonable. Apply Sirs. C. C. Srock. 105. A. G. FELL Prea.

_-_ further Information adiress Plymouth East 'Intendencia St18janlm..: CUT; FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose- J.S L. SWEENEY. Sec. -
& Watson
WANTED nrlt- lasa' registered Rock Poultry Farm.J. J. Pope. Prop, FOR SALE.-10 room home corner Hoolon WANTED. few boarders at 212 W.Grego. mount Gardens, of Montgomery has '.
druggist pharmacist wants Fa. 7janlm lot, 3 blocks from Palafox. lot $6 x W. O. V,. _
and pos- L. Box 8, Bristol. .' ". New house, good neigh- placed an agency; In Pensacola. represented S
ttie:3 in West Florida permanent or 182 on car line. For particulars inquire Leading Real-Estate and }and line. 12janlm by :Miss Bertie Smith. 616 N. Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. O. W. 4
tmporary.. Address F. Z., care Jour. FOR SALBBarrcd Plymouth Rock of Standard Clothing Co. Jt9jan bornood. on car Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for meets in PjthUn Hall 1st and 3rd

no_ 3jan. Cockerels from; prt winners, $1.00 NORMANS PILLS.-Just received Insuranct.Agents.. ROOMS 10 RENT with or without roses. carnations and all kinds of other Wednesdays In each -moutb. Visiting
well marked good blood. Garden 18janlm Phone 651.TAILORINGB. lOde sovereigns cordially invited.F. .
SECOND; HAND CLOTHING WANTED up. Large, 55.600 Compound Cathartic. For board 22 i E. cut flowers.
goM pullerts. Mrs. LizzieB. .\, BOGHICH. C. C.
-HiShest price paid for gent's Also some Fa.| 31declm* sale at The Alligator and, West End FURNISHED room for rent; no light LESLIE E. BROOKS. _Clerk.
Hughes Chipley. Money to Loan. L. Diamond, Tailor. p
clothing cn1r..1110 sell second hand Saloons. leaovlm ........ housekeeping. Ill W. Chase St. cleaned I
goods No :9 E. Intendencia. FOR S.'LE..SOutb: !laIC'block 211. S Gents clothing pressed and Woodman's Circle. .
fronting 400 feet on 13th street by FOR SALE-One No. 3 A Eastmans MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suit- repaired on short notice. No. 11 tf I I W. O, W C.. Oak Grove No. .4. -?
JOB PRINTING: of all kinds wanted 107U 'set on Bay law Park; also folding pocket koaak; a bargain Apply sonal pioperty on short notice. able for light housekeeping. All I West Government St. Pensacola.S 1o'lLj! Woodman Circle meets every Thursday -

by fee Mayes Printing Co. 24 W. south half of block 31:. fronting 400 to E. L. Reese 124 S -Palafqx Terms easy. JB. Gray & Co., 2 W.,f modern conveniences. Apply 810 E. Idee.J. I 3 p. us., :d floor Pythian Hall, over
foTcrnment) Pnone 181. Only the fet street. SJan. Rom na. Phone 1165. Ifeb I I'' Gadsdec pjanlm Pou's Intendencia
street.
feet; on lll l St.. b) 137H on Bay _ stable on .
PORTER. sallmaker. 716 South
test Idee H.
of ork.
View Park. The only property adjoin. FOR SALE-7-room house at .Gould- MONEY: TO LOAN.-On real estate or I NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent Palafox street. Orders taken for Visiting sovereigns cordially! invited.

WANTED.-Hauling and transfer ing Bay View Park that Is now for in'g. Apply to F. L. Ackergrcp.Gouldlng. other sufficient security by app!). Newly furnished, clean and nice. tents awnings camp stools and house I Mrs. Leoni Langford, Guardian; Mrs --1 .
*ork Office phone 363; residence sa1e.' The beautiful< view down thu Fla. 28janlm! ing to Thos. Pebley. cor. Palafox and near po toffice.; Apply at 1284 E. cots. etc. Prices. reasonable. 31jan. :!r. B. Ols:-n. Cl rk.EVMSYILLMKRC. j-
rhobe 3)0. Acosta & White :22: 28 N.Tarraong bayou and down the bay can never be Roroana. up stairs. ITnovai.MONEY Government street Mrs. B. )I. Trainer. :
St. 25mar. obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. SOjly FOR SALE.-Improved and unhnP' T. 7janlro. --- -I ----- ---

ed property In all parts of the :-city.! TO LEND-On good real estate '

WANTED.-Everybody U> take dinner AUTOMOBILES am agent for the J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agetf, security or on good collateral: PLEASANT: Dlace to board on N. Hill. Pensacola St. Andrews and I I Ii&UftR-R-
at the Southern Hotel. Sdec.wA'TliYPTC5S Pope Mfg.C*, aid can fell you autos Room 7. Salisbury building Phone at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks., 2nd door from car line on Strong ,
from $500.00 up. TU1 cpst less than !. Fisher building. 21jin I : street. For arUculars address No. 8.
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tank about three horses to keep up. They can be run S 3jan .. Journal. 6janlm Gulf Steamship ,Co.
MONEY LOANEU!; on au Kinoa< or personal
hrnsand! gallons; capacity. Also In sand or anywhere. a hone can S go. FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred Scotcn property on short notice.' 013 pews papers at nve cents a TEAMER TARPON I Iw. ItIL. It-:

*lnl mill if In good rendition.: Lee Leslie E. Bt00k.ORSALO1e collie, imported stock: also' one Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs at thIs office. They are all cleat\

DanMl, 2 Jan } fin* display case; lad>'s saddle. 1102 E..Gadsden street 2SV' 'South Palafox St., Phone 1144. I and nice. _ > C. nARROW, Master .
iii.r.A
21 feet long. 8 feet high and 3 feet or phone :85. 20jan2w SnoT 'WANTED- fsw- boarders in private aiT.CLAS::; PASSENGUIC.FREIUHT : AND
oat
WA-TED.-SeCOnd: hand corn, kind f
almost
wide Suitable for any nicely furnished rooms. with fc-ERVICB I
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of of business. Apply to! B. L. ReeseS ; FOR SALE.-Second hand Babeotbugg3' UNLIMITED amount or money 'to loan family;, and telephone. Convenient -BttwwenPENSACOLA. --- ;. silWJIIJ
town shipments soMcited. Write us. Jan.shipment lubber tires, in flrst. lass on all kinds of personal property. use of bath and 1c '
.
shops on car line.Apply MOBILE APALACHI.COLA.
F S Mel'en!! &: Co. 2Onsar.WANTF.D'fl. condition. For information telephone Special rates to business men on large to railroad -
JUST RECJMVBD-Largt ol i No. 51. loans. The! New York, Loan Co., 20JIJ 401 i;. Gregory' Sjanlm CARRABEULE. ST. AN
Transfer ---- MIULVlLLE
S DREWS.
Merchants imported Ollv 'Oil. Retail by pint I South Palafox. ., front room
UNiIl'tJR-ISHED-Larle
Co and baullnt all point on St. Andrews Bay,
ants your moving Quantity., G, Morasso And
larger south and west.
gallon or FOR SALE.-:Most! beautiful residence fronting to Good j AplashlCoIa.SCHEDULE .
Al: breiktja guaranteed. T. B. Tao 701South' Carrabe'le and
cnaaolett and<< grocera. : !
Co. ship csntral location. Apply 12
t I
.* ISjunelaxKINO' block in Pensacola. overlookingXhebay light and
Prop. Phone '7$ 4oct-:
Palafox. FOR ,RENT St., or phone 6;). %2janlm '
.----- : I and Bayou Texar. Magnificent V. Pal lfox Lean rensacola Sunday, .:30 p.
t lrUAL. contracting paInters -FOR SALE.-Only 4 .young Boar pig4 live oak magnolia, and other shade night and day. m for Mobile Ala.
ltd decorators. Fine varntshmt oj Florida 68923: out: I BAY, HOTEL.-opOn Leave Pensacola Tuesday. 1:30 _
sired by Dub trees. Ideal location for home., hotelor ItENT.FroIfl.Feb.. 1. an ,eleIgapt plan Rooms light and p.
and trJshing painting! a Spit'ItU' LM, of BalUmore M544. sanitarium. FOR Europ'aU for St. Andrews.' MUlriU. ApalacAicola. -.
Sign of Orphan A. C. Bmkly* :2-story C-ioom house with bath. Transient irade solicited. m. E5.'ii: fLTit1lDL1k. )
Residence phone ZP. %tau,. All guaranteed with registrations and r connections. clean. : palafox.Jas.. S.. NIcolau.Prop Carrabello and intermediate -S
hot and cold water corUT -I 575-579 S":
Setterllnd Chlpley.
W\"TED.-AU keepers or poultry to pedegrees. .Carl ,' 6noT'I 12th St. and 9th ave. Apply to. S Dointa.For additional izformatlon apply t rS
feed beat. It Is the cheapest fee4 Fla. LOSTLOST SOjan I "*"***
Thos.; Pebley. iT" i J. H. SAUNDtRS.
\\Iecause: it make hens lay. F. S. olctne..spa..
SALE-- tce; 'du, COBB. TfMldent
FOR EducationalMUSIC E. It
Mellen' fc 334. : This of FOR RENT.-Elegant 2-story 8-roora 1
: Co. Phone cents a bundle -- Frt. and Pass. Act
t pers at ave. --Buuch three k ys, Jan 10th.I cottage at.318 West Belmont St. Apply -- S 1 Gin I Pe&sacola Fla.,
WANTED.-All kinds of electrical flee Reward. for return to Journal office.27janlw to Walier Ingraham at Star Laun .-After the -Holidays" I will I THROUGH SERVICEVIA
'orlt. I 5ell! all kinds of electrical FOR SALE-20.0 acres good farm lan.t.n dry. 25Jan accept-a limited number of pupilson.

blLherl&e l anj othtr electrical supplies. :2 4 miles southeast of Chipley. In I S S the followinj instruments: Violin! ,, L.&N..E.&T.H.andC.&E.t2 :
"Tin' you need me ring 345 or 955.B .: county- no waste land; JO FOR. RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom Cello.. Clarinet and all brass instrument Safes! Safes!' Safes!
1 build.' Goodacres neSt r Laundry building.E. W '
Peake. new Star Laundry rt'adY'for' cuUlT} $ on. Found In except slide\ trombone. Will CHICAGO' -
lit E Garden._IStec.' lime rock Quarry on premise!.'! For ;f Qarden street Apply Walker In- teach*at pupils residences.' Music fur. Buy Diebold 'Safes! ,. THKOUGHSLLEPERSOAYCOACHE8 NASHVILLE TO : -
.S address Mrs L S graham Star Laundry, 22dee. occasion band or
particular ; .11 orchestra ORLEANS TO CHICAGO S
OURT Pressing:' further FOUND-Bay pony with white fice. nlshed for NEW
HOUSE DYEING. : }(arlann*: '!Ia. l1Jantm. 'Please leave orders at the I Scarritt Moreno DINIM CARS ICRV.M AU. MULS CD sours t
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and Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox: Wlse1o.1e. Cameo my place. 12 miles N.. W;;, A. R, BINGHAM has storage room for or at D.LIILLMAs.O.PA.S.LVOOflS.'s.Agt ,
Hous;. my permanent .
M I Mrs T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat: -Pe'Cln-trres; all .sizes; city Sunday night. O.-nef.can' have rent suitable for furniture or other Clutter &n!ic NavY Yard. Pens' : rILL,- -&- -( S

'ona&e solicited; satisfaction guaranta" -" FOR S\L nn, paper shell seed. W. sam, by proving! property and payingexpenses. goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona a&dress: Ehlers. Bandmaster,: Agent. 1 __ i----- 54 -
extra F.
ladies from DnI city ifeb 630 30nor cola Fla P. -
d Careful attention given .. Itjan B. A. < St. Phone
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POPULAR : .:- ft I \ "HE WAS. THE MAINSTAY OF HIS PARENTS."


: REAL ESTATE .You*e often seen this expression in connection with the

AND t unexpected death of a young man.


Following Is.a ,list of the real.es"1 tions.T. I : A ,POLfCY I IN.THE EQUITABLE

tate transfers for the 'Week endingJan. : Bertucci to W. }'. Brown Jan. 16. "' '
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( .' > "r';. ;7 Would be,:a great bulwark, to the old people at such
27, furnished by the Pensacola West according i
EXCLUSIVEDRESS 1905. lot 31 Century :: MOBILEALAOAMA. Um Young man insure today!
Abstract Co.: to Edward Bowman Plat, Sec. 5 T. 5 I .

LJ.. Alexander to A. A. Fisher, Dec. N. R. 30 W-. $1. !It t ---,-- Gen'!

19th 1905 lots 23 ,block 104, East King I Chris Shlnehousa :Mary E. Shine-) I I sura ce 'Knowles Bros A ts

Tract. East Tarragona St., Map of T. hous, Jan. 18, 1905. N part of W. t,: MARKETS Frc, Llfc. P cnS3tol.

C .Watson $1.00 and other considera,1 ft. block 117 West King Tract, 150 ft. u. j

tions. 10:1 "M" street by 60 'ft. on Campbell i .1 __ -

David Sheehan by Sheriff to A. A. street $1 and other cnm:derations.I Naval Stores.J _. -
Fisher & Geo !P..Wentworth Jan. 10 I J. J. Ho .ton toHaiylIjerJan.: 17 J Savannah,.: Ga, Jaa 31.-The haval i -- -
APPARELFOR 1906. all of lots 25, :26, 31 and 32 block I 11906s uudiv'dei: Interest in W. 36: !! stores: ,mirSc9t.c'cs.d-to-ay; as i.Nvws.tVW ", j ::: :s: ;:: '

; 6. Old City. 773000. '! ft. of lots 4 and 5, block 16, Wist King : '_; .....< .. .. ....615 I. E PEN9AOO A ";

John Miller.to J. L. Rigby. Dec. 16th{ Tract Belmont Numbering{ $150. i, tWG.t I .. .. '.. ........6 10

FOR 1&05.;; E \>.. of X. E. 14 Sec. C. T. 2 1 A. Greeoaut to G W. Gonzalez Jan. 1 lit \ Gives akeener enjoy N .4'.i, ..: ;. ... ,. .. .. ...5.85ol I I Iron Works and Supply Co. I

R.1N.W.also.1.Sec.6T,2R.ii :: j 19, 190o. lot 337 in black> 21, Old City, ,. .. .. ,. .. .. .. ... .. ,..5 35 ,
: W 160.25 acrea. $30000. i I J250.I rnent to the pleasures.ofI life K;.. ..... tl.' .,' :. .....: ,:. '., i.5 10 t'-; IJanofacturers and Repairers of J

John Holly to James Holly Jan. 17.I Henry flyer to R. LiscSKoff: Jan. 22. A high-class! gin that 'IT. .:. '.. .-'..u.. .. :.* .. .. .. ..4 40 i '" MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;
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MEN J!' 6. )V. 30 feet of East 90 feet of lots 1190C.i ; west;; :36: ft. of lots 4 and 5.block pure : II.. .. .. ,.: eo eo, .. .. ..- ..3 87',. g MILL AND STEAMSHIP

2:3, 26. 27 and 28, )ln ,block 126, East I 116. West King Tract BeJ: ont N"rjl experts appreciate. !RI.. ,. ,. ,;,.' .." ... .. ... ......3 63'F FORGINGS, SUPPLIES ,2
King Tract. East: of Tarragona St..I baring.' $1 and other considerations. '! .. .. '.. .,* ..'. ... .. .. .. .36O, I ? STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY

$1 J J.OO and other considerations. e. Forum to Montgomery Mar&ha'l. : C.: ,. _, .._.. .. '... .. .. ..3 55D j Prooipi: Attention given to all orders, day or sight. Agent* -

AND W_ S. Kejser to Mrs H. S. Kejber,j Jan. 15. 1906( S 113 ft. of lot 20, block I ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT"B&B I ,. .. ,, ... . .. .. ....3 5bC. :: for James Mdtr &Co.s, ce.ebrated las &d Timber Dogs, aUa 7

Jan. 13. 1906.. W. 12 feet of the S. >-.(I 145) on NW corner of intersection! of .. .. :.-, f.. .. ... .. .. ...3 47Spiris % fo Chains! of sU descriptions.' 2
cf lot 232 S. 140 feet of lot 233 and '. : 65 nt3. ; Office Plion 1J3. PHIl. WITTMAN, Mgr i
: Main and Olivia streets, map of T. C.:. Twpentine ? '
,A& ta ; Residence Phone 1029. P. O. 12iwmt
d Box ?
K U of lot 234. all in block" 29. Old i Watson. $ J5. ,1 .
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BOYS City, $1.00 and other consIderatIons.Sallie : A. V. Clubbs to E. D. Be gg. Jan. 22- \ I. .AUSLEY co.'s"REPORTS ..-- s:. ...\.

E. Cummin1 to R. J. Brent: 190G. lots 1. 2, 3, land. 54n block...;Sll, !,1-crpool Cttton Market. ._- -

Jan.known 15,as 1906* Sue lot Harvey in Maxent Place, begin Tract i I!| New$;;00. City Tract map-. 'f. T, C.Walton -- --- ---- I'- ,-Feb.." ... .,.- CloJ.n aUr .- ............... ............................ t

nlng at a stake on the west shore of i *of -.' :681:
c
I J. J. IlDoton: to J. J., Yonge. Jan. 24,
Bayou Chico a !out 260 feet easterly : 190a lots 13 and: 14. block 65. Belmont M ...-Apl't.: ....._.591
from the W. line'of the JUaxent Tract Apnl-M r.- .5.91 i AUSLEY COMPANY

thence east 172 feetwest 1 deg. N.i Tract, $200. Mar-Jaia...........................807Jnn |
The John White Store 50 feet, south 1 deg., 150 feet and I John Miller to A. J. :Malone, Jai 25, J .-Jnlr-........._..,689Jnlr ,
irOG> NE corner of NE%. Sec. 7 T. 1
thence to beginning, $1.00 and other -AOvYiHt. .... Cd. ;
Sp. 'lall! IM Ife,,'. Wtar. conslderatlons I -s. R. 31 W' 10 acres $25. Anitn-tt.September...

Palafox Street. L. M. Davis to Frank S.gari. (Jan. 13. Isabella Langford and Robert 'H. 8eOtembe.--Ortobr ............. .............:,.. COMMISSION BROKERS; ;
205-207 S. Langford to. Edward San:lay, Jan. 22, October- oT-mb ..... .._
19u6. S. 85 feet of lot 38. block 7. Old .4
1906. S% lot 325, block 22, Oil CityI Novcmbrr-Doeember .
Phone 225. City; $1.00 and other considerations.Wm. |
A. Tippin to F. F. BInghamJan. ,1 Tract containing 44 ft. 9 In. front on FRANCES J Der>embe!'- &-UarJ' ?."......_ 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA.

'Florida l c street by 160 ft. deep Liverpool Spots, 6.0 .
18, 1906 lots 4. 5. 16 and 17 in
block 109 Xew City.Tract Map Lee &; $400. } Kctasm bm Krt tt HMOS, tem. ] New .
:
Harding. $1,000.00. : E. T. Davis to T G. Stlnson Jan. :York- Cott on,Market.S&_ r'| Private Wires N. Y.,- N. 0.. and Chicago !j

A. A. Fisher to B. F. Wolfe Jan. 19. 19, 1906. lot 228, block 30, Old City .. Open jug! Low COM
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1906, lots 3 and 4 block 58 West King I Tract, map of T. C. Watson $1000.( i ,. February.......... ..... ..' .... 103-75( : I
Morris Dannheisser 'Tract of C. \vatson vendee W. H. Backes and A. Y. Smith to, COTTON GRAIN PRO VISIONS and i
: map T. ( |;: March.. ..._ p.);} ,11..l5) .\. 10.ss ,STOCKS, BONDS
I assumes mortgage of $"OO.00. March Mrs. Emma Milbourna, April 3. 1905.,[ 1 1Apru.i... .. ..... o
,(Formerly Dannheisser Br*s.) 17. 1905): ), $1.00 and other considera. one-eighth interest in tors 16 and 11. PPGJE !h,.... .,... 11,21 11 J3 11.CO JIM ,

., Pure. Old Rye and Bourbon,_ Fine I tions. block 9f.. New City map of T, C. Watson .............'.. ...... ..... ..... ..... I I3ano. ii| Bought and Sold on Margin or for I Investment f ft
.Wines/ Beer and Tobacco. i.;. C. Pebley to A. A. Fisher Jan. S300. : : Jalf:...'.. ,. li.9 11JB!!! 1103 1113
,19 lots 6 to 20 inclusive block Ja'n. August..... ..... .. ...
1906 J. J. Hooton to J. D. Waters 18,
Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty ) 84 East King Tract. East of TarragonaSt. N/4 lot 56 and E. 20 ft. 4 in. of N I :deptembar.: ............ .... ..... Reference: First National -and Peoples. Bnk Phone 1173 *
12 W. Zarragossa Street. : Cleared. October.,.10.53 W.'S- 10.33 10 31! *
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDACHAS.BLUM&.CO ., according to diagram made by J.j }: lot 57, block 14. Old City, fronting I I '- 1 Noy'Ullber......:.... .... ..... ..... ..... .........- ....... ................o................
C. Pebley, $1.00 ano! other considera 83; ft.' en W. side of Eaj'len street be- Hernfels Ger' ss :Nlemann. 1475, for December...... .... .... ....
: tons.: I tween Government and ,Zarragassastreets : Hamburg and Grangemouth. with: 483... New York Spot 1135 -
Leslie E. Brooks to Chas. Pringle,I $2000 .000 s ft lumber: 1,555,000 s ft sawn i

Jan. 13. 1906. lots 4 and 5 block 154,I J. D. Waters to Cbas L. -MacVojr,I I timber. I! 'Chicago Grain Market. New Cane

4LLQT4f New City Map of T. C. Watson I I Jan. 17, 1906, that portion of lot 13l:i Kirkeswald Ger ss, Larsen 2093; for]I .. Wheat. Crop Syrup

$350.00. block 14, Old City in NW corner 42 Rotterdam with 12.000 s ft lumber,;, Open High Low Closa'f

,:xpgrss ? Mrs. Mary 'J. Henderson to Robert I by 72 ft.. 2200. ft.1 28,211 bbls rosin. 1,250 bbls turpentine ,I L MaJ'-;.... 8i'i ba { 8-8:' 8 %
Jan. 2('. lot "B" be- 7,175 bbls rosin. 750 bbls turpentine. f Put in all size
Henderson. 1906. m. A. Blount to Harriett S. Keer. July.,-kT, 84 84. *!S>; 1 I up packages
ing a part of lot "D." Maxent Tract, Africano Port b'k.torals.. 6-181 = ,
I-'- .
Jaa 24, 1906, lots 10 to 25). inclusive .
$J.OO and other considerations. I for Lisbon with ft lumber. II ..
418,000
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and lots 9 to 26, except W. 15 ft. I I 'Corn.Open T
J. W. Hyer to 'Beach'ey! Johnson. Vega, Ital ship. Bartolotta. 1313 for I WRITE FOR PRICES
block 9 Belmont
:Jan. 3. 1906. 35 feet of lots 18, 19. o.1 i and 'East King for Palermo, with :797."000 s ft sawn:: Sigh Low Clo Tract. .......... '
21 and 22,. block 52. West King Tract, Property being 260 ft. on i timber. 397,000 s"- lumber' 630 c ft j IM.T. .4j'4 Wi 4" 4J'J
I Wright street by 260 ft., on Belmont' ('}. _.- H>$ ll'i : 44?* U:4
hewn timber.
QTS'sf00 Map of T. C. Watson. $50; 00. t Supt. Stores Southern States lumber
240 ft. I Company
( United States to Wm. A. Lathram. street by 'on Guillemarde I Numberg Nor bk Pirtron 1107, for I I ,
At1ta July 14, 1891. Patent lot 1, Sec. 10, $1000.. i 1 Buenos Ayres with*'830,000 a ft lum Ne- YorK Stock Market.
: Samuel Wagner to J. D Waters,! '*. tei I .
Op
T. 1 X. R. 30 W. |ber. Close PENSACOLA. FLORIDA
A. M. Moses as A. M. Moses & Co. Jan. 22. 1906. fractional block '75. Sec.,' Southern.Pactfle..........._ .(9 W. 28 T. 2 S. R. :3: P. W. West iCIng! Tract .J 'I ._ 119'!, ll'fi
to B. Proctor. Dec. 5. 1899. lot 1 ]
VESSELS .. ... 5---------------------------------- -- ---- -
I' 5-3RT. A. S.U ., .. .. 148
and other 14S'
'Zl. \..-. Sec 10, T. 1 X. R. 30 \".. $100.00. I-$1000 W. B. considerations.to Lillie ateamsftp., I Atch .?. git!; fJ3i 4 ......................... ......... ......o.......

;; : Louis Boley to Mrs. Aline J. Anson, Wright V. Green.. Ger, I I A.a ......................... 1& 18.J.\i\ .. .
\.( ,and Mary Anson. Jan 1906 lot 2, See.[April 11. 1905. lot 13. block 98. Wet Beta. ss, Berg. 1019 Stettin to: B.R.T. 4

.,,( 51 T. 2 S. R. 30 W. of the Mary Jack I King Tract as per survey of "'. F.j Pinsacola .Lumber.Co.. j B.A 0 .. ..,. 874 gsI134.

<, ..c 'son plan. $1.00. Lee $1 and other considerations. Gracia, Span ss. "Ruiz-.2021. Cienfu <.:..or'8.. ............................ lli'J 477.. lolL: I I
'-' J. J. Hooton :to M. 1,. Arbona. 3an. A. C Rlount. Jr.. to Bertha Hein- gos. to Gulf Transit Co. j cF.I-{ ... Tt'j_ 74' i. With% a Gas Waterh ater I

_,, ,: '(f '' 15;;, 1906 lots 11. 12. and 13 block 218 berg Jan. 25. 1906.; E& cf N. 150 ft. of. Helslnberg, Swed ss, Sciel 1423, U. S..... ::.:::...:.:::. 44 44'ii t

-' New City Tract $7.00 \rp nt lot 4i;. map T. C. Watson Huera. (1 I i iHornfelo .U.tj,, preferred, ............. -Hji. 1I2-I; '
: .! A. C. Blount and J. M. Muldon to $1000) and other! valuable considera- Ocr ss,, Newman. 1475: j I R.<"":I.'.. ... 35 3,.." ..

517 AND 619 WZST BAY ST., 'N. C. McMillan. Uan.. 18, 1906. all of tions.T. Vera Cruz to The Wm. S. Ks>'aer Co. i L.& K.. .. 151 153Lead "I : You have hot awtsr always ready-no tiresome wait af *
lot 2 lot 4 S J. Kirksvvood. Br ss.iLarson 2095. Lon .. 85''' 84'
and W. Sec. 33. T. 2 Basy to N. G. Daniel. Jan. 2;). ,
JACKSONVILLE FLA. .1 ,I.C .... 174 174' : ter meals dishwater to heat; the bath ready at an *
don. ,
c ._ R. :30: W 117.32 acres $1,000.00.Pensacola 1906. from a point 200 ft. S. of NE cor-,I fKingsnood 0I D.G.. .;....-.:....,........... 4$, to .I..; .".hour..' IfIs"an "ideal home comfort a'nd which *
h Investment Co. Inc., to)1! ner of SW .i of SWof Sec. 5 T. 5 Nor fs. Ol en. 1209:! Can.Pc....,.. 112 one you
, K GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BE?'r F. B. McGraw Jan. 18, 1906 lots 1 and I 1'R. 30 W., thence 178 ft. 6 In. W.,,. Havana to 'S.' P. Saottcr& Co- N.Y.O .., jnf) : would not do without for ten tim3s the money after once Jn
14SJJ
SUITED WITH A 2.block. 186. 'New City Tract. $40000.tthence!' X. :50; ft. of Secunda Br ss, Ionnelson. 1309 -. 1MT5 I -
to point. beginning.I P.o .. 1r.P. n$!M4 : } use: Will Le glad to have you call and see how the) :
Estate of William Fisher by Execu--$63., :: Tenereiffe to The W..S. K )'sr Co. I R'D'O.-:.%.. '140S eSt. mig 'are" rated.

CERTIFIED tros to R. M. Fleming. Jan. 16; 1906, ;' T. J. Bnsey to S. F. Daniel.- Jan. 2:). Venus. Br ss, EJtfTninds. ,' 2017, West .P .. :18o!'i i lP4! j : op :

CHECK lots 21, 22 ann' 23 of subdivision of'N. ,1106, from a point 150 ft. S. cf NE::" Hartiepool. H.!. ?i4 20b l t __ *

1 of 25 acre lot in E. corner of Sec.! eorn,\' of SV' of SWU of S. c. 5 T. 5|' Virina Span ss, Bustinza 1W3., LIerpool ?- R.. ..:....... 4,', 4Pi I .'. -
50 CIGAR.All 18 T.2 S. R. :30: W.inapot\V. II. N. R. :30: W.. thence W. 106 ft. 'I to Gulf Transit Co. T.C.L......... 15i'i usAusley I
( 2 In.,
Davidson. $300.00.Emanuel thence 'I t W. rmland. Swed.ss.Anderson. 1473, Franc...- ...;; ..._.......... i41' 14.P4; t
the qualities of flaror,aroma I X. :20: ft. thnceW, 74 ft:, v ..........!...... ;
color and goo material is Lehman. Babette Lehman,I 15 in_, th rce E. 178 ft. 6 In, thence N.'JTanipico:I to J>-en; -ei la.l"Lu'ni"er So.- > P. ; .. ...._ 15.:1. 'i I I t Pensacola Gas Company I It
Sigmund Lehman, Philip J. Goocihart. .
embodied in It. I 150 ft. to point of beginning. $500.
ships .
Morris Fatman and Richard Limber & Co's.Daily Cotton 0
Letter.I
,J .. A.Greenhut&Co. Rr, as executors of. Majer Lehman, Icy T.Jan J. Bus 23.: y to Modina ,*]yce Brad, Avon Ital shIp, Avegno, 1601,Genoa. New York, Jan. :31.-Liverpool was Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
from
1906.
a point'300 fw, '
to Rosasco
,, deceased and Sigmnnd M. Lehman' Bros. : 1 about cxpsctpd this morning being; .
; DISTRIBUTORS, Arthur Lehman. Irving Lehman. Herbert S. of NE corner of SW'/t of s Wor' Casanova Ital bk., Avegno. 1069, 1 point ,down_on spots and 2 to 3 up; ............. ........ O 6.............. .........
.I PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. [; -Sec. 5 T. :5; N. R. :30: W., thence ICO' Genoa. .
J .
: Lehman. Hattie L. Goodhart and ion luturcs. The sales of spot cotton" ="-
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I Philip J''. Goodhart her husband. Set 1(1. S., thenc 133 ft. 6 in. W. thence j Elvira. Port ship. Ro rIques. J488.,.,tin the English market aggregated I
.I, ti Fatman and Morris Fatman her: ft. X.. theuca 133 ft. 6 !in. EJ Dead Lisbon to ortr.! ,, j 13,000;; bales, an.] at this rate will I' the part of the professionals to await!
( veryjSfion
HICKS ,I male to correct : the outcome of the efforts that arc be- Marine Co.
error In picvious: Grocery
husband and Clara L. Lamberger .m.1Jli'hard BarIC..... j cut :'Qwn the Liverpool stocKS i'lng,
deed. $300.Wm. I : made to have the government issue
CAPUDINE LimberVer her husband, lo t.o a minimum. Liverpool '
cased oil
4 William Camp 1'020: 190:>. eastern Fisher to Berrr UVliams.! Nov. Adele.Swed bk. Jane, ;596 Ha\ana Mjine before our market opened. due,' another P'Jrt, Mr Jordan V-Hev-; 1 604, 60S, 608 610 S. Palafox SU
t IMMCOIATtLT' CURES 11, 1834. E. 5 ft. of Due Cuigini Ital 1 bk, Olnari, 125!,..1 i'ins this would show the crop to biundoubtedly
lot 2. block it
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: 4S said to
portion of lot 54. Old City having a was selling from this side. Phone 725.
HEADACHESBretk l):>nelSQn Tract by 161 'n. r Genoa to order, i -' under ten million! bales.I'
ia Our
street I
front of 41 feet Zarraossa depth, markets opened about uncbang I
1 KillT-na. Van bk Pedersen 765. They paid no attention whatever to V.
J. VIDAL:
% *up COLDSIN by 170 feet deep, $1.00 and other con- $35.Jane Williams 1o Bahal. t ">\ !led, but heavy selling by some of the the conference with the spinner Manager.
si'derations A. A. Fisher Jan. big professionals
6 TO I*novR.SfrlA1loa1e soon forced prices '
:>> Providenza Hat ) k. .Olr sc. J1S5, knowing full well nothing could possibly -
We. AI DnUIDI \ F.o'. Bingham to J. W. liter anl 23, 1906 Jot 1 and E. 5 ft. of l lot 48.! lower March selling at 10.93 in the
.4 : : Tono! ;Iar.bk.: 1032. Genoa.: come of it. THE HOME OF ,GOOD THINGS TO
Henry Hjer.; Jan. 17 190C. EV& lot Boaelson Tract map T.C.. Watson.$1 "fnino. early. hours'of the session. .
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and other Genoa. to"ma.ster. The 'spot demani* is rVported, :jroodfrom > EAT.
Purchasers: consideration/ There to
290. block 16. Old City. seems be a dispositIon oiifSEii
Thomas. Ital bk. Lano 803 Naples all quarters, but no cotton' is
I assume tho following notes and mortgages : A. V. Clubbs to Olive G.;.Baars..Jan. i. Just Received:
Venadis Nor bk.-'Pettersen Maran. offered even at advances over market
I r'OST upon property: For $2 00 in favor 1 23 1906. lots 16. 17, IA,. 19 and 20, ban to order. -- quotations. ;Thcre seems to be plenty Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Leach

of Mrs. II. S. Northuo. owned bv block 135:: New City plan of. Le & Schoomers.lloratio of the staple'left but it is being 50 kits of fancy Mackerel $!.>> p.rkit.
Pfeiffer Efrtdte and for $5500 In favor Harding. .
held d I it i if the bull
firmly
looks
as ,
: of T. C. Watson. $550 of which baa. L.. BakT.. Am sob, XJohr 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit.
:
BECOMING .. tc'ique were Hlmply waiting un-til, the
: -- ..-- 720, ,Lagiu to JfA J',AIerntt. & Co.. i '
kitSO
halibut
been paid. $12000.McDaviiHyer '_' 1 larger part of this Js cleaned up 1>?- SO kits fins $1.25 per
; ..
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I Co. to J. W. Hyer : fore taking hold According! to the : kits of Cod Tongues and Sound
and Henry Hyer. Jan. 15, 1906. lots NOTICE NOTICE. best figures- obtainable, there will $1.25 per kitBloaters.
CLOTHESTHAT 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. .9 and 10 and \Vl4 12. 13. This b to certify 'that the, Ferry probably be near '8,500.000 bales dIsposed Milkers and Roes I(erring

If;. 17, 18, 19 :and 20, block 158. New The Woolley Sanatorium, the only laI Pass Inspectors and Shippers ASsociation of before May leatm'; a mil- Codfish. Pickled Salmon Dill Fickle

City $1000. I stitute in the United States where the are not responsiblefor'! tho i- WHICHp. lion and a half for them to take care German Sauer Krout.

WERE R. G. Bmbnell' to F. H Turner. Jan. Opium, Cocaine and Wiskey habIts following. boom receipts of their. insiection of before they coul easily ily forth I Pigs Feet in kits. $1.00.
22. 1906 lot '-. block .29S. Nw City. can be cured without exposure and : Receipt No. 1247:: of (J. D sitinnerwill want the raw'cotton bail1 Manewal and Lange's Fruit Ctk

EVER MADE Map T. C: Watson,.,$1 and other considerations. with so much ease tor,the patIent. Onl.: Robbins;' receipt Nol 1348 of F Jin: I'I*I 1 iy. during the summer months and National Biscuit .Go's. Fruit: Cake. 25*
I 30 days time required. Describe and Hassall; receipt No: 1295; of Chas they would net enormous profits froni per pound.

FOR MANTo J.: F. Taylor to J. W. flyer and HenryH jour case and I will write you an Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Inspectorsand : SUCCEED this remnant. Preparations for the \V p. handle the 'celebrated blends of
opinion as to what I Shippers Association, by j. T. Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
>er. Jan. 19. 1906. lots 5 to 11, Inclusive can accomplish new crop bare already begun in some
block 55. Be'mont Tract and 12 for ).ou. Ask your, family physIcian Harp r. Prl!s.. Jan 81.1,I sections iut reports from these places Co., H. P. Chlpman Manager

you our very modest to 20. inclusive; West King Tract, to inV 3U ate. Dr. B. M. Wool'ey. 101 c&imthe outlook is very 'unsatisfactory .. Oaxaca. 3ic lb.; Gold Standard. Ke

prices may seem to stani: ,I map T. C. Watson $1000. i| N. Pryor Street. Atlanta Ga.. ALEX RICE'S REPRESENTATIVEIS When You Bny I so far. i I lib: Diamond Blend 23c: Ib; Golden

out like great bg: Interrogation i McMillan Mill Co. to Marcon Gol- ._ NOW IN THE CITY The state of Texas produces one Rio, 20c lb.Strictly .
points after such win Dec..31, 1904. SWJJ of NW>4 Sec --- ---- Get the Best. third of the cotton crop of America fresh roasted and as gooi

'a statement. But- 10 T. 5 N. R..32 W. (less :3 acres) containing V- ': Mr. Frank B. Gardner representingAlex I but the ravages of the boll weevil and as any Coffee sold in this city.
: 37 acres more or less $18:>>. Rice of Montgomery Ala: is 3t. It's the Cheapest in the End. j I other pests, reducing' the output from Send us your orders and we will deliver

"Seeing is8elJevlng" L*. Spigner to D. Waters. Jan. 22.: | room 4. Merchants H iel, with a full 'this state very materially and bid fair promptly.

1906. that part of block 17 West King Every DayWorking a line of Tal'orins Hats Cbthlnj 'I to reduce the coming crop more than

Tract as described as follows: Begin- Shoes and Furnishing Goods. The any other a& all efforts leading to the:. '-- ...AIt's
ning 54 ft. east of the NW corner of line is an unusually attractive on?-, ineluding Landreth's extermination of the boll weevil have, -
!' : many: novelties decidedly out so far failed utterly :
sail, block thence east along N line of Day
<* and "Feeling Is tho naked saTi block;: J50 ft. thence south at, of the ordmarj.Mr ., Later on.the bears began again their
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truth. Drop In and Gardner invites all who in
in '
see right angles 15Q ft.. thence at right are hammering; process sand prices were
these Suits Overcoatsand terested in up-to-date men's wear to forced rapidly downward until March
anglss west 150 ft.. thence north at
Crav uett !s. feel the right angles '150 ft. to beginning also', calf and view his' samples., .21jan4ti J sold at 10.S3 and May at 11 'ents.,I

fabric-none finer. The beginning 50, ft west of SE corner; of I'I'I TK re*,. wLcre Sucrwu thurs-fri-sun.: ., .: I New Crop There Is undoubtedly arheavy short tn-,
fit? The cut? The swing? I !' terest in the market but bow much it Our Favor.
: said block thence west along south Hone Feed win*-i co.- 'I
>> J""t iWH # Is impossitle to but
-your eyes must tell you forecast we con
line ft. thence
50 north 150 ft., thence '
they're bsst: by test. See tutucil proJuctiioa. Not -1 I sider the'-short aiae' extremely 'dangerous -
50 hence south 150
east ftj- ft. to
what $12.30 will do. A for few Jay weeks, TERSELY..TOLD Just Received. under present conditions. -
CC5trst
pointof beginning.: $15O.J. a or What Why. the
ten pulls too BUSINESS:-LOCALS. *
spot strong
D. Waters to Clyde E. Wilson lut in tie: linen we launder -
for .! the
and every Jay 0 '
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Jan. 22. 1906, that of block and that don by
part. 17 ....... s."'" -- ..... NOTICEW
West King Tract, as des ribed above ywtLiafeedwji1aintsia oih"rs. W-!!! give ever

In deed of U Spigner to .1. D. Waters. a IIOTM ia, .p1e did :worliaf McKinzie OerUngo.: wqoies&U) I detail the most careml
$2300. and,retail shipchand.er3 and grocers, have secured the services of E.M. attention.

H. 0. ANSON Nick: Van, Rosium to T. Bertucci .capacity t.'...J .vi''or. the only first-class housa ot .,tbe .king. :W.' A. D'Alemberte. .' Williams: :Atlanta, who is an expert -1

May 26. 1104. lot 31 West Century .'9 in PensacoU.: 1er3.'netb.. a11. electrielan! and wenr' now better -
II ..prepared than ever to do.all kindsof TheStar Steam
I according to Emma Bowman Plat. See -., .
CASH CLOTHIER, 5T. :S; N. Il :0V... $10.:; I Isaiah Richardson to L. M. DuUs Ring phone .570 and our representative Laundry.
,, F.S.MELLEN&CO.Pensacola .. ChrfslIQajnser: Telephone 109. CIfJU'
suitable for /"
:
ir\ Corner Palafox and Mih.! Jan. 20.; 1906. west 85 ft. of block 23J t : ,Passepartout ,Also will call on >ou. Estimates, fur-. 37 E Saroen bt. Ph n. 11Peniacola. *-
I I. .Fla. crepe papers. Picture nhhe on alj} kinds: of work
East King Tract, east of railroad map .Christmas 121 South PaId ox ..
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binding, purses car .. et. I FtAI
: T. C. Watson,_ $1 and other consldera. I-. ...... .. ., 3.\C04'.E1.EqTInC: COMPANY,
19de ; t: : :%05 S. I'alafoxSt.., Pensacola, Fla. I -
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