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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 2, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PENSACOLA>. FLORIDA MORNING FEBRUARY 2
FRIDAY ..- 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS ,
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SENATE DISCUSSES RIOTING -OVER O COMMITTEE. '. AGREES ON SECURE TRADE ;



SHIPSUBSH3YBJLL : QUARANTINE: MEASUREWill : ; OFBALDWINCO.


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6 reater r Part of Time Taken Up Be Reported at Meeting Southern r

FOR RELIEF OPTHEWIOKEI Project for Road Connecting Bald
w CONVENTION

B By r Mr. Penrose in Set THE CHURCHES Congressman'; 7 -1I1g Believed it ON win and Pensacola Now


Speech. Will t.Re Acceptable to All.By Being Considered.

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French GovernmentINVENTORY Was Associated Press general way both the maritime and In-
ALASKA DEBATE Compelled Washington D. C. Fe 1.Membersl|t ere tate' quarantine sought by the re- A FERRY OVER
of tne. special commit**of southern I cent Chattanooga convention. BAY
to Resort to Force of
congressmen to frame a-fiational guar-. The committee modified the provl-
MARKETw antine bill, met to-day i_jfnd agreed on I sion relating to the national controla
|In,i Congress Provided for in One' Arms, to Schedule the measure to be,reported to the meet-tof interstate quarantine so that it is
ing of southern congressmen on Fri believed| it will be acceptable to the Connecting Escambia and Bald.

of Bills Passed. Property.SCENES lay night. :\ ; radical opponents_ of any measure that

--- Committee of New York Chamberof The measure: Is said-,1'50 cover in a i would limit control by the states. I Discussion of Deferred Dividend win Co. to Be Established. :.R


SENATOR BACON ADVOCATES: Commerce Disapproves Sec- OF VIOLENCE AT CHURCHOFST.CLOTHILDE.NEAD --
CHAM THE JANUARY EXPORTS System Occupied Almost THRIFTY AND ENTERPRISING

LIBEDAL MAIL SUBSIDIES FOR Shaw's Plan.
< retry Entire Day.By SETTLERS IN THAT SECTION]
BER OF DEPUTIES-FIFTY AR- .

LINES BETWEEN t. UNITED RESTS MADE, INCLUDING TWO [XDDALL: RECORDS ARE ANXIOUS TO SELL THEIR

STATES PORTS AND SOUTH By Associated Press. Associated Press.
New York Feb lt Secretary PRIESTS-FIRE ENGINES CALLED it :itT"! Chicago Feb. .-Four governors, PRODUCTS AND PURCHASE_ SUP
AMERICA-COTTON AND '
RAIL Shaw's the representatives of thirty-two PLIES IN PENSACOLA BUSINESS '.
plan for the relief of the occasional OUT. I -
ROADS IN THE HOUSE.By I stringency In the money mar The Valuation of Stfpments p Which Went from Pensacola During states the members Conference of the on State Uniform Com.missioners MEN INTERESTED

ket Is disapproved by the committee t the- Past Month Amounted toi Legislation, and representatives of the

I of the Chamber of Commerce, which .By'' Associated Press. National Underwriters Associationwere

Associated Press trade It's report todav. Paris, Feb. 1.-The_ government was $3,201,385. ; recognized as duly accredited A movement Is underway la ttlfl

"iI-onmgtoq.! Feb. 1.-The senate t().!'I The committee expressed'the opinion I interrogated: tbs! afternoon in the I -i 1 delegates Convention to called the by National Insurance*Insurance Com western part of Baldwin County iai #1

da cashed thirty or fort nuseellane- that Mr. Shaw's p'lan would provea chamber of'deputies relative to the i! j jIS missioner Thomas E. Drake at the the vicinity of the towns of Elberta, t

0;:' bills and gave several hours time hazardous experiment and recommended -', measures the government would undErtake WHICH THE HIGHEST, : ,AMOUNTTO MOTOR BQATRACLS instance of President Roosevelt, which Summerdale and Robertsdale, to connect
10 ,-on.d'ratlon of the shipping bill. a repeat of the law restricting to protect the commissioners convened in the banquet hall of the that section 'with Pensacola bymeans ;

vmon; the bills passed was one the redemption of national bank notes I taking inventories!' <:church property j BE REACHED'' DURING THC AT PALM BEACH ]I of Palmer the deferred House to-day.dividends The discussion of a hard roa.d. and with this t
system of
1rn'ding for a delegate in congress: ;o three million dollars a month. The Premier EXISTENCE QF THE PORT-
Render replied that the authorities : life insurance occupied the attentionof object fn view, Ed. :\. Vdgelgesang.superintendent t
committee further recommended that
( KOI Alaska and a number providing
IUI i 'izat houses, revenue cutters and I In the secretary of the treasury be empowered had orders to use tact and,!.I LARGE SWPMENTS'OF COTTON the delegates and at .the close of of the Baldwin County
,''i. cultural stations. to deposit! ('ustomsdues a* moderation, but that the government By Associated Press. I the afternoon session ,that topic, together Colonization Co, who also operatesa

fh greater part of the time, devotee well as internal revenue receipts, was determined to do its duty at any I i WERE MADE. i Palm Beach, Feb. 1.-Three events come before with a that number body, of were others referred to hotel at Elberta and Messrs. P. P
such the law
security '
(the shipping bill was consumed I i against as may cost, employing an armed force if nec were run off in the motor l boat tourna- to a committee Governor John A. Schaeppi and Peter" Bolz, who have re s t.
j authorize in national banks. !
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0) \1'' Psrnro In a set speech of th* essary. '_ I ment Johnson, of Minnesota was chairman cently immigated to that section from
ivaauie! Senator Bacon said h'I All records' in the history of P ensa:= to-day. Easily the feature in I a
of the convention.'AFTER .
In the mean time, opposition to the in the Chicago and Nebraska, respectively '
fast work
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v,aid inclined to support the ship- ,cola so far as exports are concerned was George Gingera's
pin; bill if iis operations were con' II inventories is becoming more formid|'were broken during the:month of Jau- "23" in the last event. The race was I 1'bare been in the city during the past

be 10 granting aid in the way of "HEAVEN WAS able. A scene of violence occurred all uary, according to the ,custom house won oy CoIn I:40-55 with a handicap few days interviewing members of

liberal mail subsidies to steamship the church of St. Clo hlldl'. neat the'.statistics.; The total valuation of theshipments of nearly five statute miles. WARSHIP the Board of County Commissionersand
lia*<- between ports of the United: chamber o[ deputies. The church had. "23" started at scratch and finished business men generally, their r
SI'lJI and South America: He be-, been filled since early: mornIng sent to foreign countries fcurth. after making i5,525 statute prime object being to demonstrate the r
aggregated; $3.07,38a; jiThich7is! nearly miles in the fast
:a 1 've.1 such lanes should be ncour-- tlmel:42-17. Pensacola's
value of
such road to
irt'u; SUBJECT lAST the congregation %including a million dollars in excess of any previous The first event was won by S. T a *-

I many prominent people. The., month in the history of the1port. Collms's -Comet" in 1:08-49, the distance FOR R MARDI merchants. ..
'COTTON A'D' !: RMLDOADS I police outside were compelledto 1]i While timber and lumber naturally being 10:35 miles *.Mr, Vogelgesattg: who was spokes i#
DISMISSED BY HOUSE draw swords to protect tha I i The second event was won by S. T man for the party stated to The Journal -
formed the principal articles of export, R. Tetties'g "Twentieth "
commissioners. Repeated: charges lea:; Century in that the Baldwin County Commissioners -
Washington, Keb 1.-The* housVtorta NIGHT t.i fifty arrests including two priests([cotton was shi.ppetl in.large quantities -1:12. the distance being 5175 miles. are ready to build a road from

oatt'"d' for an estimate on the cot. 1 The Prefect of police was, unable to j':and 'its valuation caused the big ii>-. GRAS Elberta to a point of the east side of

ion 1'1 ;.i l>e ginned with whtchDireg, '. 4 re pry pjeace. Eventually. fire en-|,I l CI f'ase. in the- month.sJ>,n5iness. Thee etc.., went to England while France re- Perdido Bay a distance of 9 miles,
10 .,l 'n.. OtnTtB'North:: compilzdbut lnes w'ereTa'fteIlJ1oTft! Id drench'"thcrowd : valuation -, of, the" tt:.ion ship- <:t" ved'almoslas much. and expected (to dQso.provided.Eacani- "i
which refused to move, Guards bia County would construct a road
whi'ii u<' hall uu authority to males million Where :
'iments aygre'eated overtwo' Shipments Went
!public until:1 Marc, Ths: action preilpltatfu -i! Of Evangelist 0. P. Spiegel, andIt wire: ordered to enter the church anti j:I dollars there being a number of ves The countries' to which shipments from Pensacola,,to a point on the 4eatern
under -shower of.bronen furniture;:, > shore, p? the bay opposite the
Inch
a discu ioa in which were made and their
> valuations' Jones Wires
: to" it'tentively. the officers broke down the railings; in ads out' for Liverpool, ,Hamburg follows wereas Secretary Senator terminus of the Baldwin coupty road. 4
surprise waxprel: that the houseshould Was Listened :
pn,ietpae ::0 furnishing! information front of the church and entere-i. At j I and Bremen with almost full cargoes Austria ..' .. ..' .. ..$ 75.258 Mallory Use Efforts in At this point Perdido Bay narrows
to
ter the church w> cleared: the corn down to about three miles in width,
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fir) th benefit of the speculator Naval stores also formed an Belgium .. ..' .. .. 26.750 '
; l rn'ssioiiers! began the inventory, the.]:' { .. .! ,. .. .. and it is the purpose of the promoters
On France .
ia! other hand there were hem in the shipments, there being .. 840.58J
Catholics outside: sinking Canticles .... .. .. Getting Ship. of the road to establish: a ferry connecting
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n im ma members who stated that freverai r shipped! in fact Germany .... 731.934
histitsiantidl, iUI rests of the I cargoes'' amt 'Italy .. .. .. .. .. ..: 137,159 the Baldwin County road with
?row- Last night's subject of Evangelist THREE NOMINATIONS i the totftf number of barrels of rosin j Netherlands .. .. .. .. teat in Escarnbia County The E->-
i > 169,550;
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s snnt i and merchant majo it k. Efforts to
itr. 10. K. Spieg l, was a great contrast BY THE PRESIDENT!I and turpentine was larger than any Port'ifeal, .. .. .. .. 12,027 secure a battleship or cambia road would be about nino s m
aupea: ; Char: such information ciuiser
____ to represent the :pen .
"Hell"and |I navy at miles in length and, according to MrVogelgesang. ,
before
to the the night month .. .. .
shou!d not he allowed to be bottlM: one during the past ear. England .. .. .. 1,089.411 sacola's big Mardi Gras celebrationare '
: ( "lIea,.en:' Evangelist ,Spiegel By Associated Press. |I i Scotland .. .. .. .. .. .. 28,840 : could be constructed at ,
up Th 'r<' -\'ano oppoi'on ther The Imports for the month amounted being made bv Secretary Jones of
i I" ;' ; to j said som people think the, Bml3j Washington Feb 1.-The presidenttoday '' valuation eland. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 645; of comparatively slight expense along a
ion the Chamber Commerce
on in consisted ,.and
to and
pas.-age $35,557, yesterday ridge that traverses almost the entur --
j little anything: on the nominations, .. .. .
'I,11 tH' di i.; UbSion of teaches but sent the following : Argentina: : .. 25,00; he wired Senator
the Mallory
"..1' "as tak-n railroad rate subject of "HFavsn and that he woull''iu the senate Postmasters Georgia j j principally of p\ rites. 1Uruguay.I ..' .'. .. .. .. .. 37,777 this subject. on distance. +
up and pro ecutej witV''tu : I deal in speculation if ha spoke upon'' Julia Flemings, Sparta. South Caro-l! Of the shipments sent from Pensa,. 3pan, .. .. .. ,. .0 .. .. .. 32,400 The Population Increasing. h
: telegram that the
i Irou.hou; ', I ; requested There is considerably
da: So now a population ;
tan >
many that the W Denmark cola than million dollars
,. the subject, but be asserted ling. William Rico ; more one
'Pi! a' acmn'e senator use his best efforts to secure ] in of 1,000 in the vicmity
to time front onn I Bible is profuse with teaching and illustration Joshua F Ensor, Columbia. !I north of cotton, )lumber! turpentine,; Total, .. .. ,. ..$3,207,385. the detail of excess
a battleship or cruiser is
m asi.re> that th house has of Elberta and it being augmented ;
akr, .n 't. meet at -1 -ven' o'clock here- on the subj k t of Heavel.He n_ ---T _____ for the Pensacola celebration, as it rapidl! At present all supplier
II> ," ,ill >.e debate is end d, !said:! leaven Is rot only a 'con-I would add much to the attraction hrve to be shipped In by rail, over the
dition or relationship: : but! it is a W 1Ni here. L. & X from the point of purchase
A place of beauty Flaciof : I Later in the day Secretary Jones to Bay Minette and thence southwardover
[U PL1N.PLAN companJonsaips, a place of glad re- received a ,wire from Senator :Mallory the line recently constructed
1 union?. Do you sins-we' sigh! for r stating that he! would use: every here is no way of reaching a mars'
the touch of the vanished hand anti the I effort possible to get a' ship assignedto tE't for the products of the,farms 01
TO COPY AMERICAN, found of the voice that is still? It Pensacola. Al the time the wire a base of supplies by wagon and the
will not be so there. Heaven will be' was ,sent, however, the secretary of settlers in that section are anxious '
I I a plats free from that which mars and Q the navy was sick at his home, so to be !In touch with Pensacola in order ., 4'
blacken !life! here a place whr? we the senator could not make any that they may be able to bring sg
\ '\\ Wk;;, Feb 1-Hotel manage- shall know as God knows a place progress In the work during the day, their products to this market and here"
tun, Europe has been Aniencaniz1 where all love 1s perfect love, a place "but it is expected< that borne word will purchase machinery and supplies> ojal
.. II a largo extent by travelers from where w3 shall never grow weary in'' I 1>e-.received from him in a few dajs.FAFAL kinds do their- banking, and, :n k
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need States The next slep,will praise to our deemer and our God j, I fact make the city their business '
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building of hotels on ,American Heaven is a city which hath: founJa-: headquarters
n'PWg' from the ground up tions enduring as pternt()'. Tel!! EXPLOSION At the present time the only war
t par;v of ImpJr.ant European aeons of eternity fpll on but lIoa\'n| these settlers have of reaching Pensa T

J"i' i i proprietors are flan in this tojnm a>bid>3 and the rrdf:>me! 'with\ tt.t i iBlesbcd I Ui(1 II111i IN A COAL MINE cola Is b> driving; northwest to a
< a tour of investigation Two of thought. There shall wj1 1 point where they can cross Perdirto 4t
ir<-* proprietors are about to put up bathe our weary souls in scas of1Heavenly I -- river! and then southeast to this city.
L boa'h! in Paris which will embody rest and pot a \\"aof trou-,) By Associated Press 40 miles in all. By the proposed road ,
IjI' fates \>;t rican ideas. Wash R- ble ron across ,our peaceful breast' R.R.RJ.\1fE Bluefield, W. Va, .' An explosion ;the distance would] be reduced to 18 '
Inn, Buffalo Philadelphia and Boston for When occurred in what is known\ as,miles plus the distance covered by
and this endure wevcibeen '
well as New York will bo studied : : the "Ball Kmob" mine number 2. one the ferry across Perdido Bar.
ten thousand! br'ai'at
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there jears
B hI mves'Uators.. ; UGct of the ooeratlons of the Red Jacket'Coal i Baldwin County is being rapidly 'g
Tl>. :ifcitnra made a very careful shining: as the n'w'3've just as long l 1 1ry I and Coke Company, about fin settled by the better class of farmers
"'va-ttmaiioii, of the steel'frame and to sing God's praise as when we firatbegun. | o'clock] this afternoon. One miner is from the northern and western states..
', Wale skyscraper hotels of New Brother, slUer, fr.enJ.: pngr.m -; dead.' and three others have been takl'oI They are thrifty and enterprising and
\0:* as being the most perfect form you can afford o bs disappoint'j{' I cut of the sbaft A number: of men :their trade would mean a great deal to
Ir' fire pro f construction ever con ed here, but >ou cannot' f f f"J were at work at the tim,". It is feared Pensacola merchants and incidentally j
'" The' had never seen br.ildnf Heaven. Each one must face his char-j!| that manly perished Nothing definiteis be beneficial to all lines of business
;*;: <'his< type before, and the new" acter. Begin Heave 'here by living" ,I yet known owing to the remoteness: A rural free delivery route over th* r
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*1.11' and Belmont hofls and a dozen the Heaven,: born li!3> B'gln: now I iMany from the nearest telegraph; station,. proposed road would! also be of the
0' more skyscraper apartments on thet grey heads here seen in they j greatest benefit not only to Pcnsaco- ''
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-t: west, side were a revelation to audience. Spaker Spigel sail n" / yi DEMOCRATIC SENATORS t Hans but to Baldwin County residents
1I..nl Herr Aulich of Carlsbad, and loved to pr ich happy; hopeful gospel 1 / TO 'CAUCUS SATURDAY and tbo+'e living in the country
iltn Geissler, of Paris and Trouville. sermons, ,esp call: )' to the aged. He traversed by the road. ?
fa.n hey< had no doubt of the fireproof also speaks often to tV! young peorlJ. II -... By Associated Press. It is probable: that the matter will s
urniper hotel becoming common In Miss Richards san;, Tonight ; ; WaRhinston. .(lb. 1-A call] for s' be taken up by the Escambia Board
::rop although it might not r'achb the subject will b.., :'Christian, Untj.: caucus of democratic" senators on Sat- o t County Commissioners at an early
.:- heights there as it does here Said the evangelist in'making the announcement urday morning was issued to- lay: .'date especially ali a number of P D.JUtcoia t
::h gentlemen freely admitted that "We all hop to be to- The chief object is the Santo Domingo business men hare signified<
t::1": construction abroad 'po far as geth r in Heaven. Led us begin Ir treaty Senator Patterson's action \\v their willingness to contribute towirds
utt'r from fire is concerned. is far I1'aeIhere, by a closer ;calk with supporting: the administration Is re- ,the cost of the road, if such assistance
bthiu.j the United States. one another and with God". FpObible: for the call.Declares. i< Is necessary. '

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By Associated Press today renting to checks paid Greece, -- By Associated Press agents or not.
Sarantuh At'nev ., and Gaynor for contracts for the rive-i Chicago (eb. 1.-Th!! cross exami-i; District Attorney Morrison assorted .k
Ga, F b. 1.-District and harbor work. Con nral objections -' ? .,, ntion of EJvrard F Swift\ occupied ale' during the examination that he would

Marion Erwin, who Is conduct-; wera offered by: def ns!, ofi .I b> most the entire day In the packers;,; prove during the course of the trial"
fcg! the prosecution of Greene-and Gay i i which all wen overruled by the courtOne ., -Ic jriaL Witness declared positively!I i that Kenwood & Co. alleged to bar 'Y

nor today began the association of objection, offered,by Mr. Osbornt : --- t-. '. : that, Commissioner! Garfield was given been organized: to control the output
'M4>nee from the time since the trial j't I for defense, was pronounced by tae' (: : : ali the information he asked; for, but:''o: byproduct of the packing com-
ltaan! by t showing the connection: oft court "With all deference to I several times admitted be could not I II Ipanics I was in operation when the InId'ctroent }
naln'ouchers., contracts. letters 1 to be so Immaterial M.no< tQ,'eounse".l ,. ... I teU 'Whether certain specific! l Information were returned agalaM the

.eeks etc. Mora evidence: ( was taken quire a ruling by. the. court. UNCLE ,5., t'1 WON1>CK. WHICH. ENGINE IS GOING TO PULL THIS TRAIN?" -': .; had been given tq,the,government,, packers.



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'f i Ranches, eruptions Inflammations sore Employees In the linen room receive j OLD VIRGINIA: '

Des of the eyelids and ears diseases of the $20 a mouth, with room and board and i
OF o F eiGJNTIC most I
bones, rickets. dyspepsia catarrh waiting, their hauro arewell.regulated. In

.,t. are only some of the troubles'it caus s. of the lafgejThotels/ parlor maid

It.ii very active evil, making havoc of
the whole y5tem.E with $18, rojui and board, anti the tips t

HOlDUP o!tell bring this sum UJ) to $30 or.even <

E: Hood'sSarsaparillaEradicates foO. The maid's duties are to keep the J JIiarlor ,

,C swept and dusted and herself ; : :of 3 for 5c.A _____
It. cures all Its manifestations, tidy and ready to attend the women i' .Package. .. _
,j aDd builds up the whole system. (>!its; who desire her services. The ... -:- .

T.. Accept no substitute. Col. Backus, Who Negotiated for' rhambermald<< bathroom girls of whom paintfleuuers : l'l'tU t; ( cheroot li a cigar made without the head

'antl; scrub women |
The Glory of every hotel small army receive <
Asphalt Property Tells Story 1 j employs a
Maternity.Natsre. $1:!lcl1.'The? work of the last two't You know them-everybody does. _
of named U distinctly! 'tlitft'r :lt. scrubwoman
Deal. : : r C
Attempted ji j jIndianapols I if left alone,will cure for bull; I would not think: of cleaning ; ",? You see them. :everywhere, and a .
L J this Biijht' have been true at some pre-historic .
,i time: but since for ages: it has not been left l paiut, un.l a paint cleaner wouM .feel5; ::4 million of them smoked

: Feb. 1-Colonel Victor I't j lone,, but has btea bound down and fettered I that she was demeaning herself 'iu are every __ _
M. Backus of this: city is one of the! by the ct: erTanres and mandates of society it I ecrubbiug ,tit'" floor. Throughout the .
can no longer care for itself.At I day. s'w,,
most important witnassas in The Ven' Louse the question of social distinction -
I It BO time does the truth of this appeal to us &
ezulaa-)' asphalt: controversy. Ha was I i more strongly than at that period of a"woman'slife I I is argued, the maids feeling above the : .But do you know how good. they /.I :

a the confidential l man sent to Caracas when siZe! is about to become a mother bathroom girls, the parlor maid above
Nature must be assisted.at this crisis, and the other linen room ?
.- maid and the are 1llIAcfffRUO1c
by the asphalt company; at the first i for this I very contingency: .
girl above the maid and BO on.
parlor ,
ftR.mreI OW Mfi [I. MAIDS. KuW.A I sign of Castro's hostility; to find out i MOTHER'S human ntture is much .the -same the I Don't be prejudiced just because'you

exactly what was going on. His story :; world : the of hotelemployees -
FRIEND over. la parlance : 5
of cents
be in the habit paying
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i is alrsajy in possession of the State; scrub women are known a&. may ., -
: I Ii Sal ben devised that the muscles and tissues :
Department and wH: probably l b 'com j imprisoned and weakened as they have beenby "soubrett," the chambermaids astbe/ ; for one' cigar. Three Old Virginia .
public in full when congress gets from tin dress! of our higher C: civilization may chorus," while the parlor! maids are -nll-
Report of the Condition of the j t fulfill without undue suffering .,nd possible J begin Cheroots to the '
r 4t ,, the president thj full) details of the ; tm lasting harm,the functions for a hich the Crea9 ;. edshow girls. Thesaubrettes" -; are passed you across

The American National 1 Bank asphalt controversy, as it may do allY I|II tor. intended them. their work at 1 o'clock in the morn!i I I
-t i counter for 5 cents only because -
t dar. t g Moihers I riend by its kindly offices softens log! nod do, not finish until about: 5 youdon't
at Pensacola. ; and relaxes these pxH and enables; the mother They scrub; the floors and :::) throughout '
Colou! Backus says that h* repro- I be, to the 'have to pay for the work of forming '
IN THE STATE OF' FLORIDA. .*T to pass through parturient; period the house with soap( and hot water; ; ,
; THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS : head
I' the useless -the little
-iherieitand of herof
an easy delivery pRII!; tip on -
f.' JANUARY :,. 13VC. i I asphalt interests who wanted to buy It:li applied externally as a maa%aae.: and is ploy(>(.s are i;?rmitletl to enter the help's-:j I

mines in Venezuela and as h3: appeared a am-irntiting, !soothing,and rnuil efficaciouslinimrrt. dining hall at anytime.of: the morning the end of the cigar, which you have COMPAk
: AMERICAN
Resources.Overdrafts. : 81.00. All druggUl Our book: or afternoon l'tw'eu' regular meals
plenty of it
Losanddiseoun .. ...... ..... $1OSl.47 !lS'' Pot long to have before he )got money into ngota-was! "Motherhood*sent free oa request. and have a cup of-tea and a light:; luncu.' to bite off before you can light up. SUCCESSOR TORWHITLOCK
cured and 2 I
.i ... .. .. ... .unsecured ... 10 54!):31'U. -lions! 'eIththe government; 'tin; iu'I 0 Bradflold Regulator Co., -a system which lisa much to do with'the .
8.bonds tow-cure: rJr,;uIAU..... lao.woMii I Caracas. This ring had an asphalt- ATLANTA. OA.v ., tonh'utl1lE'nt' reigning among tha. 4 I Short leaves and clippings of selected A1VVXAAIM.

...-_ U.-S.posits Bond*. to. .secure... I*. .S.....r-o-. 7S.mi.Ko i:[ calm! called "La Ven zllela." Men employees of this-establishment. The,,I: domestic tobacco blended in the -" '
Premtuaioon; U.K bond. .....4... h.'U\I\ui i close to Pr sid?nt Castro had already cost i is only: a trifle and. although theV: fragrant

Banking fixtures: Hou. . 'I aud BTinudez Co.. :; 1) down ,
Due from National I for$300,0f those who enjoy its; advantage
f Agent Banks )(Dot..' resene. .$ B050S5 | anJ a royalty Colonel Backus open-* VV-00D to not 'biIs'iLLtsliets[ :: Weekly; ': cleanest cigar-factory in the world.
Due from Stale l-ani* j! ed up negotiations to purchase this .
: &'nd tankers. .... 53.WC;;; T8 I claim: through. Senor Aroeha, a Cost'r All'kinds that you want.
Due from approved reserve brother of Mrs. Castro Senor Figuera I I ORDER OF'THE GARTER.
a,('nts! -I': .! 10 Sold wherctrMcy sell tobacco
Check and oth rca.h and General Barret tit' Nazaris. Mrs.Castro's '. i OAK AND PINE r
Itepis :!I.g 4.1Excb.nltt'i secretary. Here i is* Colonel j jBackus' It* A71e.r Ballroom Origin QmlT4i .:
for clfar-
,nghoue: .. lte5M.;; story of his negotiations at I,) ., .% I..g.ndar.flomanes..
Jf oies o other %atto1:. M Ira flotes..'l'r?sldI1t. Castro's, palacejas [, cheaper thin YOu can buy The origin of the Order of the CJoldeb
at bank 5.001 00Fraction.1 :|I it anywhere; Any size: you j -----=
related to a representative the i I I Fleece is, likes that of the Garter. f
r.ncy. nickel piper cur-and Indianapolis News; want. shrouded in mystery. Very few mot!'. ',
.. 720 85"Ligal t Directed t ::1 l No. SS03.C. $25 REWARD
centt Castro ;
K
MOMT iii.. t e;,.Deal. : era-arefla.oiogists-attacb.any ,creti'\d
Lxwrrt erezIc; BACK.... YU: I "Ar'ocha, Nazam, Figuera and I Ii'wsra E. 0. :SEWELLPhoneG .I to'the- iulir.ti'ndilloiLwhoily': W. LAMAR. President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier. I
: 8peete. tendemote .."....41\1 i in a large .room, seated at a ta 1 i ported by 'any' authority that at a'court" M. E. CLARK.Vice.Presidentand Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS Assistant Cash-! .

". *: 45.3V 110- SS.fnil" !i ble. In an adjoining room was President -: ,14.GONLAikL.a. I ball given bv: Edward 111:ft tody, sup- '
I II
t C BeilemptIontflPdwtIh C. fe. Treasurer ti'J ......' !:: Castro and as we talked Aroehaj II I : pp&pd to lJf' .the Countess of Sajisburj\ '
who
woull the ,
j ; explain to president THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
.. .... : antl '
of clrcuUuon) :. OO 00r.2.. HS1' came to the doorway dividin the'I dropped her-garter. the king tat- I

:, Total ..... ...... . .... ...... 'I.n-l.4118.0 I I{I roomH..' were in m i Liabilities. which he was. what? we were doing"!I :courtiers: lii: frai'1? as though they

Capital stock paid in... .... ...... t 2111\.IoJ)1Io, and made figures, and. in1 fact. Iresl-j: '.thougfifAhe had not obtained. this favor ] D SIqNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
fcurplusfund. .... ...... .... .,... > &I.fJOJlIII I I dent Castro appeared to be directing! merely by acrident exclaimed in a .

Undivided and taxes profits.paid. ..lees.. ...espeiues-..........' '...... :t-l1. t th?. deaL 1 I loud voice, "Honl colt qui mal y pense." CAPITAL STOCK $200,000., ,SURPLUS S6 ,OOO.

.,; 1"" etionat bank notes outstanding JiiolIliU( I "The upshot.of It was, that I agreed I Sprciaf to The Journal. : There sJibejherlopin1bu: .which Uacefl:; ; DIRECTORS.

f Due to .other.. .. .Nationalbanks ... ......t19,4IO8 j S to pay $420,000 for Iii Venezuelaand Gonzalez Feb.. 1.- Quite an pnjoy- the origin! of this order. whi -h, accordIng -!
Due to 8t.te.baub and : ) promised that I would have the money,II ; lathe l learaed ISeJdon. exceeds in j Henry L. Co\nfllon! Frank RfiII: ,);. f. E. Brawnrr,
t- .. banker ... ':' W,70iM I I there in thirty days. I.had pail: .some j able event occurred' at the home o'fi majesty honor'and fame all the I J. M. Pfelffcr, W. S. Rosatco, C. Wi Lamar,
: ,
D J* to Trust Comp. Mr. and chlvjalrons I Bryan Dunwody. T. F. McGourln '
i Mrs. Brown Wednesday nigty1 1 J. R. Sounder.
i r,
money on the deal and spent a good .
nies a1ld.T >i II II orders in the world to Richard
f hanks.. ... ...... nlr..... ro, i I deal more working it nPIn the rie-'j last when their daughter Miss Lava Coeur de Lion the occai i i i A. M. Aser,). W. H. Milton 0. E. Maura.
Dividends Unrwid. ;!IIi 00 thci' having; upon W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah; McKenzIe OedIn ,
1n4tv1duadeIoIteub-) ..' gotiaUons I expressed a fear that I da, entertained a number of friends it lon of some warlike expedition during Alex McGowin, C. M. .. "
I j I Covlngton, M; E. era !
.
.i eeItbeek; ... .. .. f.4t.'C& court would sustain the right of] a most
I | pleasing .manner to celebrateJ ) his w-a..s in Palestine'ehosen a leathern i ithonged .
'
;; Time certificates of
t Figu to 'La Venezuela.) Fiurttoltlrte
lot.. Caehierf deposit! .cheek 121,02tjp2: I ra that he 'had been' instructed; ; J I'j IiMi .lary! Wil on's fifteenth? birthday. .gartej ,,as the.distinctive markof I Accounts Banks, tndivtduasCorpor.ti: ". and! Firms Solicited.- i I WARRANT for the arrest of tnli woman.
out.f' -
.DdIDIr ...... .. 1Si)1S to sato' me by Arocha that the Su-.. The party enjoyed the evening ,play his partisan. Yet another theorr: j Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. .'- .
United: 8tate..denociti. :W, iil! 14 preme Court of Venezuela would sus.ting j parlor 'games and cards and after ascribes the.-foundation of the order to Wir sheriff at De-tVniak Spring.! .
.
Deposit of 17. t; dies the fact that Edward at the battle I Florida $:..(1() reward for the :
of rhWFisher
,f' rwntr offieri' ...... 4l,539ti-l,101.tU5! 27 lain Fignera's claim: and there would playing a number of those, amusing
J otl'. and bills redwconntM be no danger in'making the purchase. Crecy fcwiefl !his' j garter as a signal! for ; Monroe Douglas. This worn-,
.. ... ..... 84.00000.Total games, they entered the dln'lng'room 1 I !
.. Florenca Wood kidnapped him frniFreeport.
So it was demonstrated to m? that battle, which proving successful' determined .

ft. .... .. .. .... ............. U.KTl.WS& 7,, ,I Figuera was really a figureheadin the where' delicious refreshments. consisting him to institute the order In Fla.:: on the ntEnt; of ::;4rI''II-*
bSTATE FLORID.t.ovTY ; of lemonade, cakes, prepared j ber 6th. 1905. The'chill is 6 yeario1'j '
Ocr i atr ir-r-that the real owners were pop memory of the event. d
( CSCANMA. { corn, 'etc., were served. Those : 'II j I fair skin. l Iiht hair, has ,."
pres uppr
President CaMro and his brother-in- Both the e opinions are to ft certain
:
IM. E. Clark, cashier of the .
abort
r fOnt 'were MissMary Wilson AlrssMarye PEOPLfl' I teeth rotted ff'rr; ,' plump. "':tb':
.
teak, do law and Nazaris. IABANK
named folemnlr ; perhaps
swear that theabove extent; feasible'; antI the first I is materially -
statement (3 true Mullim. Miss Amelia Tate about 50 pounds: brightr;.
to the best of I FOR very
mj ALL
Seized President (ortlfjf't'fy-) well'knowh THE !
knowledge and -lil'f. by Castro. Miss Hazel Prather Miss ''eraVlLid- fact I Expenses paid both fays dtlivp> c;

.. M. E. CLARKfaohler.: "I went back to New York, and' don. and Messrs.- Lowell Allen. Hoh- that when, the'crusaders captured S* j child to !DeFuniak Springs Fla. it <*
President Castro is seized I man Lowe Jean ,l"\< > In ft' nocturnal assault the 1
6ubribe e -'ay, of February. 1SKKJ. the property under an old Spanishlaw Miss, Amelia 'Tate 'has returned knights of the Christian array were or- II.I A. DOtTGlJttFather ?
;1. W. ANDREWS. that requires the recipient of a heme after a pleasant visit to relatives I- tiered to wear traps of white leather ON EOF THE OLDEST OF THE f. of the -h"

Correct Attest: Notary Public. concession: to do certain work and to in Pensacola.- bound round the leg under the left kneeIn DeFuniak Sprin;:.< *u
.- C. M CWiNUTo.v, 1 pay certain royalties, and he contendj I. Mr. and 1Ir8.- Graham have returned order to distinguish them from the OLD BANKS OF FLORWA I
- FRANK KEII.I.TMrectora.[ j ed that this law had not ben complied t to their home .in Brewton; Miss, after infidels. '* I .
3 V. K. ISR"WI'ER. ) with. spending a few 'with
A receiver was appointed days Mrs. fIrs
and that receiver is A. II. Carner ham's sister'; 111'8.- Florence Hohman. LEGAL ADVERTISED

C (former local manager of tht asphalt Miss Alice Seals of Pensacola: spent THE WATER SPIRIT. SUPERVISED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. "
company) with whom I consulted 1 1every Sunday with her aunt Mrs. C. H, Jack- ; Mamie Costello by her! next rrl!-"
., of ... '
.OriKlu Odd Belief About Kf
.
Report of the Condition of the day while negotiating witi, son. ... \V. J, Costello vs. J. J.Vh 'n.I
Flg era and his 'silent partners.' And I, Mrs. Ward of Mobile \la., has re: inK Urowninc IVr o MANAGED BY AN ALERT BOARD OF DIRECTORS. I Louisville: & Nashville Railroao

General Nazaris is now the financial I{I turned home after a few days. visit to I; Iu Great Britain the belief that yop a corporation Garnisher In '0 =.

: First National Bank j agent of the Venezuelan; government F'!,; Mrs. Murphy. must not rescue: a drowning person i it ty Jlld; .s Court. Escambia! ( ,1 i- ,

"When I got to New York I saw the Miss Hermina Riss of Pensacola! i is most prevaleut iu Cornwall ami vaiious -. Wide Awake and Progressive, Liberal, Though' Withal Florida. To J. J.-Whitelieaa ;-

: at Pensacola asphalt'; people! and made a full rei>ort I the charming 'guest of her grandmother I- parts of Scot la ml. The French Conservative; dant, and all others: wjom o ma

JJJ THE STATE OF FLORIDA AT I of all that had been done. I turnd I I )1 rs.1 S. R. Tate. sailor and' the boatman of the Danube cern: Von_ are heby no ih< .1 u *

THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS the letters and documents over to Deli I bow to( the decree together with the Always Courteous.. Always Accommodating.In Writ of Garnishment: has he's'

: JANUARY 29. 1906. j. Lancy Nlcoll" and most of them are: AFTER SICKNESSOUR Russians, :in
now on file at Washington. Dr. Taylor in his "Primitive'Cul- that day when you desire the services of a Bank, or in the hands of the Louis

: Resources. Will| Tell More to Congress. ,ture"'tl! '(-lires this lingering fondnessfor make in Nashrllle! Co., a corporation: : n. w
Loans and discount "There is no question but the General this!! old oreetl is because the water a change your banking arrangements, garnished and that unhes II ar--; ""
.' secured llja83J, : Asph'alt"Comp3n DRUGGISTS W. H. WHITE & kindly' remember the before saJJ' court on or tefoi "
Overdrafts and un owns the asphalt spirit is angry at being despoiled) of its
secured.. 130.0:832: : lake and day of March.: A. D. 1306:: '
that President Ca Il'IpID"
?tro. victim
IT. l'.bonds to oeeur rireulatioa.Bnad ;o.HO 00 CO., TELLS HOW TO REGAIN and should the unlucky ]>erson'who .
securities,etc. General Aroeha. his brothr-in-law. : has by default will ha enter igam-1
3.fllll\ dared frustrate him
to trust
:
.,'. Ft-emiumPOnU.S.bODdS. 10, Banking UOOSA Furniture and himself to the water's power he will FIRST '
2feboaw4w.In
I of th I NATIONAL .
., agent government are attempt BANK
Itarf' '.GOO 00i' i drown liS sure as! fate.
theyre&IrstateOwned from National .... :lII,1I'1"1 I lIng a gigantIc- .. hold. -up. There will be I I Tlie Bohemian nSherman shrinks .
ttue '
Banks (.not reserre into more an 01 Investigation ins wneu and congress goes "Owing to this changeable climate .from snatching a drowning man from OF PENSACOLA, FLA.V .' the Unit: ?;j Stat District ('n'jrtNortlieja \ !
1 Agents) I 24.2J577 until that .. ;*
and unseasonable weather there has ,tLe waters fearing the water demon District of Fon4
Dae from State banks little I d> hOt wish .
and bankers... .... M,81eOp0eromPPr0edr to fay= anything t been a good; deal of sickness in Pen will take away his luck in fishing and H. KNOW I.BS.: Pres W. K. H VKR.JH.. ..Pr .. and C&*Sir,' Bankruptcy.! In re G. F <,unza;
more.
T. W. bRtXT and 'iV. A. KORCRT ... .
.
"
AMlt. C
: sacola hl ri Bankrupt Pensacola!' Fla.. Fesri3r'1st :
: ,wrv agents! gs&t id7. during the past few weeks. drown him before he gets to shore with DiRzCTtK5-F.; C. Brent. W. A. Klount. IV. H. ..0'.le_. W,.,K, H/r '.Jr.
said a member of the above 1906. The creditors of (0. K teralez :;
Checks and other cash 1 hae been somewhat firm. "and the'oultl l he'I.tim.. In Sennaiiy lJ. Cw. Brt'nt.
costive
I Items 11.4UW butDoan'g i Wt' want to sato tne people! of Pen of Pen ac( 13. Fla.. ,,:,,:1 :.
': NotsofotberNation.albankS Reguleta: gave just': the results i when some one is drowned they say, trlct.
the"one
'M
satcla that are hereby
thin
to aid recovery notified ha tO
desired.! ; ,
4,11800
They act mildly and "The river claims its -
spirit yearly sacrifice -
f l fractional paper eurrrncy late regu after sickness is to. give the pa-. 31st day of Januar '. A. I) tI't R*
j thebowels "
rft'Ctl--Gf'orge or "Tlie nIx has taken him. ,
B. -
nickels and tit nt a blood-building! and strength -- ---r "- -' was duly adjudged a tanK 'up' <:"
j "" tjkwrvt pent*.MOKET Reseay&1AE.VIS- 5M:; Krause 306 Walnut ave., Altoona, Pat, restoring tonic, one that Wilt create The belief Is current not alone in : that the first meeting (If hi- 'rf'll: "

: au appetite and gve! strength to ever those countries above mentioned but I will be hdld at raise;
HILTON GBBKN. lassiDsar. T. K.: ELLIS." !: VlCK-PMflDlNT. my office. )(0 l>
Specie" .ten....' ".n6 00t ... Bath In BabbJe-a. organ. in the .body." the Kal ldmlkKlIs rather than help a &. M. BCSHJiltU VASMICF )JANUIZLD 51 RIVO.41f.VasaI* Building, in the City of Pcn.-.aco.

;- 4igL"Ul1otes. 4Oiaetjo-- 7, 1100 "To take a bath at Thus, In Russian I "Now" continued he, "from an intimate uiau out of the water would force him Citizens Fla.. on the 13th day of Febru> A

Zsdeinpttonfnndwlth fc Caucasia. Is to court a never to be forgotten : knowledge; of almost:; every'medi- under aol it lie should escape to the National .Bank, D. IJMX: at 11 o'clock a. m. .< .- *
%
8. Treasurer (
C. cine; on the market we do not believe shore would dare *" tlmp th!' creditor
receive
of circulation) 'TMOIJOua..ad U experience," says one who: no one him of Peatsebia. Flenide.irootcrm. may atipjm "

; Total.....,....- .. ............ $$2.4:11061: ; over knows.the toilet The of makeup hilt' patrons who Is preside a weird* I' equal there is tp anotur our delicious remedy in cod the.liver country oil I I He into 1 1:1 his suppose.I house or to dare be to dead give after him fooL once Gf' .W Wrlitbt.Hlz. horns: sear. .'. ... r. 11:. tVlI" 'amne their.! : -c'aSms ihe bankrupt, appoint and a-raasar tnu "> ":.*rlJ*'
Liabilities.
)f.
preparatIonS for' ibid Robinson. .
Vinolj :
purpose falling into the J.HIJtGree4. other business: as ""
water.
Capital stock paid in... .... ...... t 2M. IOU/\ j looking figure. His Lead is shared, a Vinol is not a patent medicine a t A ...Etl!R' BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.J said mf may properbefore sr-'A:
ting. C.
Surplus fund-.- ---... .... ..... 111\\11100.1. \ > rag U twisted around his waist, ana i tverythins in it is named on the bad Ref In l.

: rodiTided and tai'!a profit paid...lets.. ...expenses.......... X.01 'I '1 his feet are dyed a beautiful red. You "jiabl of every lx>ttle; it contain.* A SIlRblr Desert TVlnd. -- ... I ; r-a Bankruptcy.:
'-.tona1bank notes outstanding SOOjDOOOn. are seized by this individual rubbed, (leery one. of the body-building ele The sauiiel I In a lit noxious electrical Ii j -TEscamba-

tIne hanks to .other........National.- .. ......I26.MI8: ; I I j pushed face downward on marble I Intents of cod liver oil, actually taken wind which passes over the saudI .... .t..t..O. ........................... i i Lodge, _No. 15, F. i A M-
Due to State banks and j Blah and his fet ,In your spine .njil jficm t I fresh cods' livers but without i debits!' of Arabia and Africa. It moves S. REESE. President. E. W. MENEFEE' ;; Cashier. 2 i Ugullir; CJmrnuncal'/II! ,)JS.
bankers ...... .. .. ... ll9.4O4,) I 1 ilfop of the!: stE'm logging L.to : ..
--sub- juis I l hands upon jour shoulders. Then ; S\ o up-'j j with the quickness! of lightning, anj f R, M. CAP.f. VIce-Presldent.' cambia Lodre. 'o. Ii I.
Individual depoiiiu .
iecito Cheek..... .... ii3O.Ti8u i he grinds hie feet up and down set the stomach'and'retard Its-work. 1 passes In narrow currents for a few ; 'G .MM wi'l he held .Monda 'fO*

I Dema'd deposit! certificates.... .........of... ?, SS1 III j j' back. They are round your Beck your oni II tones'It acts up directly the digestive on the organs; stomach, creH( minutes at a time. It deals instant TUPOPL'SBINKOrPENSACOLA. ins F.vrbruarr 5. ii'> : '
........ death to beast DirectorsL.' J. R.eves. J. S. Reese W. o'clock. Visiting, : brethren frat' ;:31'
t.rt1fledchekd 47 WCashier's your bead-everywhere! .Then, b. area a healthy appetite makes' j! every man: or happening j. ..DeCt t KeMler.! R. 'M. Carr,' .
pure '
checks out- | vaults lightly off, and in rkh 4 to face It. anti. it Is said that it so dej > W. A. D'Alemberte T.-A Jennings J: J." Hooter- : \ : inf itcd.
..... a m red blood
.tandIlIg ,., o. .. f96O.- I.71t11 U !I meDf"from I healthy flesh"ancff( A GENERAL BANKING w C: a: BEYETKV M.
I a linen hag, filled with he i I ir.usr.le l tissue and creates j composes them that their limbs ,fall TRANSACTS BUSINESS. :
Total ...... ..................... i'.61"tl ; has soap I for .strengthr 1 asunder. The approach of it ia'Indicat- YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESFECTTUU SOLICITED. J W. G. DA1LEV. S'c.
in the
STATIC OF FLORIDA.{ squeezed clouds of perfumed bun- r every'organ botlyI j i I ......................... .. .... .. .t. ...'C'4I .
\ ed the
eocstr "r uc.&"114.J j ble, and-you are hidden In them from I I 1\lr.'Ed'ar A. Howe, of Concord X.| hy thick haze in horizon and

i. W. K. Hyr.; Jr. cashier of the above j head to foot as completely as if you i II., says that after a long severe sick,j travelers, if i they Lave time, throw -- t NOTICE
named bank do solemnly swear that the .
r'ss he weak" and
had was emaciated all, themselves on their faces with their!
fallen Into
above statement Is true to the best of my snowdrift! You are '
knowledge and beUef. not absolutely bruised, but you are.I(tonics seemed .of no avail but Vinol feet toward it, till it ha* passed. The I *;
w
W. H\"JUlJR., W hate secured J theservIeO5
restored in a marvelous
Subscribed&114..orl1 to before me Cashier.this -tsi ,: clean."-Kansas City Journal. .I health strength and appetite. manner'I.iII i sirocco prevails\ is in another Italy blighting and: adjoining wind which. j If.. M. C.ry..A. --=-=- ,....,....... j... M.-. }I. Williams of Atlanta who *" '
lls-j ';
&
.
.4. Of February UMO. j If Vinol fails 'to; bulltt"up the run '-" Sco'tr. pert electrician! andwe are flOe
f
The West j
0. IL 81lITa.JR.. Dyspepsia is our national: ailment.i II j down and convalescent" sjve- new lift { tricts about April. Indian 1\1101..1. and ReUii D* .i.r&1l' ter prpared than ever to Ja: a.l "
':- Notary" Public. i Burdock Blood! Bitters is the national' and strength the aged. cure stoai-?. hurricanes are of a totally different i StcamDon'ieSticAnthracite : I ; of elect rieil works at nwderat 0rT p.

fen.reet. Attest: cure for It. It strengthens t stomach !!Itch troubles hard colds ad hanging description l eiujr: simply vortexes of I C O.A L Ring: phone 570 and our represrsltlve -*-
.1 I membranes. promotes flow of di great force, nud they have been known and Blacksmith filr'nnbtd
; : < : D.F.o.G.BUST.Bum. J V Directors. 1I I I tive juices, purifIes the blood e3-1 I
you up. & Co., druggists. nd carr> ft man over a ten foot waiL Yard corner Tarragona and Gonialet (t! fU.: Phocs.'6 )and 37: | PEN' .COUA ELECTRIC COM I'\N
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I -- -11 119i t t tt 1: ONLY ONE ,C CASEIN S[] Bilious ess i -- '-- ---




i I Friday and Saturday
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1 have need yoar valuable Caiearcti and find
them perfect ><>"'*do without them. Ik. ,
.
CRIMINAl wed them,. fur&am tint far indicmtion and bll.
loam and am.,now completely eared ttceom-
mend them to never be vUboRS, .bral> tha/kmi|,,"
Ldaar5A.Mars.; Albany N.Y.Ple..ant. .

COURT The Best 6ovrels For Special : CleanUp Sale


will buy any suitin ,

: :, of Remnants. >- \
store from CANDY CATTIC _
our ? Three Parties from,, Bluff Springs


$12 toDon't $14.;; "f': on Trial-tor I r Assault' With '

Intent to Murder. Never old la Sicken!bale..Palatable.The Weaken ceunln:. Pntont or Grip tnhlei.Ta.te, Ic.tumped One 5e.!tee,Do C)nnnd:.CC..,.r. .phenomenal business of the past two weeks resulted in a great accumu-

Delay Uaaranteedtocur.Sterling Remedy ar yoqr Co.:,rnooe/Chicago back.or N.Y. 603 lation of Remnants. These must be closed OUt at (once. In order io

ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION BOXES
j One case, that of alleged; assault do this we will have to make considerable sacrifice but do this
Any Longer | with intent to commit murder, occupied -I! we are willing to .

(curt the all attention of yesterday of ,the aud'criminal was not i For Expert! Watch Repairing and in order to clean them up quick. Be on hand Friday Morning at 8 o'clockfor

See the display in ;[.night.concluded when court'adjourned last'! Engraving, go to the BIG CLEAN=WEEP REMNANT SALE! Remnants of


our north window. I, Robert The case E. Filllngim is that and of Taylor Thomas Moore Lon,;,,!I J. F. DAVIS' the Jeweler. Silks, Dress Goods, Table Damask, Outings, Flannelettes, Ginghams, ,Calicoes: -

all of whom have the charge _against: 213 South Palafjx Strest.; and Domestics all .to go.REGARDLESS OF COST.
them II
I of assaulting with intent to mur The Latest Designs in Watches ,

and Sweaters der a young man named Dan Caldwell
Underwear and I
I also of Bluff Spring Jev/elry. ...
I
at greatly reduced prices. t. There were many witnesses in the I __ BARGAIN SALE OF LACES.

case, and the hearing of the testimony : I Florida and Alabama I

i i: not consumed until late all in ef tho the day afternoon, 'and it that was: We have just opened up the finest stock of Laces ever shown in this city. These were picked up by our

: this was concluded and the court adjourned LAND COMPANY New York buyer at 'a PEREMPTORY SALE OF AN IMPORTER'S LINE ,OF TORCHON AND V ALENi Y

5 TAIfDARD until this' morning Manufacturers of i CIENNES LACES last week, and are 25 per cent less than the regular values. Don't fail to see these before
I j This the and Dealers
miESEtt | heard. morning Chas M.. Coston arguments.and will W. bet I.. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS in SHIN I they are picked over. Val. :Laces from 15c per dozen and up to the very finest French and round;thread Va Is. ,


I Zachary, arc representing the defendants GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Al ..L nen German, Torchon Laces, special price for Friday, per yard, i 5 cents

Jones while are conducting Solicitor Loftin the prosecution.and C. M. .".".:....'....v.,.""r.'''''.:.'J...'"'"" "' ,...',.:.....-, ......\.:n:_..."...",.."".""'..._""'."....,.,'L I One lot Best 5c and 7c Torchon Laces 'and Inserting, special for this sale,, 33-4 cents.

R. K. WHITE, I of' New match Sets of Fine French;. Val., and New Round-Thread Laces at much under value.

Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jewelerand HERBINE Amusements I
Graduate Optician. RHEUMATISM fi 4I Remember-that Friday and Saturday are the Last Days ofoyr Clean-Sweep Sale


30 S. Palafox St., Pcnsacola.- Fla..-- any When part pains of the or body irritation in? application exit on I i f p Z *, All Winter Suits, Coats, Comforts and Wool Blankets. to be closed out at !

o* Dillard's Snow Liniment gives The, Eternal City"i j actual cost.

TERSELY TOLDf promp relief.. 'F.. W. Sullivan, PIOJ I N'o one who sees 'The Eternal City"
Sullivan Ilous, El Reno, 0. T,write g ; r.ili doubt its greatness for a moment I
June 6. 1902: "I take p'easure in rec.j )" written by that fascinating;

omnu-ndlns;; Ballarcrs Snow. Linimentto Iauthor, lIall'Calne, a, plv to which ho
.: ,M Put man is erecting a dwelling all who are arY afflicted!: with rbeu-i has given: up practically! two 'years of HI.ANNON & CO.
1
Ji and restaurant combined :itC.D T.
mat ism. It is the only remedy I his life a production superlative in iU:
onnicnt. The latter. will! fin a have found that gives immediate re; magnitllde. andon which money,

.'II* ))1"Ii; want lief." !5(. ;SOc) and $1.00. Sold by all, time and labor have been expended t .
'
K .\, Baker, a prominent naval druggists. without stint, a cast of charactfis.,I _H ff' -
r
ores man of Evergreen Ala., was in which besides the ever popular and! A....: .. ,_ :! i '

.1 10 cit yesterday'on a short business Everywhere th, World Over talented lane Kennark, embraces not I ____. ___ u _, ____ _, -__ ,- -- .--
only two or three, but a half a dozen r
USII the best informed: pepl of America's leading actors, men and Early. Amtocraph *.

ohn Richardson, of Milton, who is drink .-., women all of whom have enjoyed AGED VETERAN PASSESTO A certain Atos a In early
WHITE:: ROCK WATER
rinner ed with the turpentine nidu's- great honors in the profession-such: fteems to bay been the D (
'" IS in the! city on a short busies tare| the component parts: of this> great' tograph collectors. Cicero baa ;

1\1.1. Eggs Eggs Eggs play. I II THE: GREAT BEYOND fica, which must have been a
It is '' .'
I production and
a a platbl.
Ont six defendants! were beforeRi for he speak! of It with
,'order I.anrv in the municipal court Fre;:u Guaranteed Tennessee Eggsat stands as far above the.ordinary: pro-11 rjdt'. The fever, even. In "
-.-ordat morning for trial. One de- $G.00 per crat, duction as the human mind can conceive back days, was contagious. I
After
; discharged and fines Captain Charles J J. OConnor Expired Yesterday Afternoon
)r ndam: was :: ED. M. POOL-BV. : of
peaks Tornpeius !
Some of the
| critics. have concludedit .
Miiiounnng fieF to $.assessed- upon tho Wholesale Commission' Dealer is melodrama. 11'eltwhen,, one considers 'Lingering' Illness-Was Eighty-Two Years whose house he had seen
I. her I *
Phone 1121., 2feb3t ; the questionable color and lack of Cicero, Augustus, Virgil
Ililburn has resigned Ms;:position: iof interest of some of the so-called of Age. Gracchi and his own%

ai he bops of the Louisvilleand ["Problem pl la y s" he is inclined to ex valued at $15,000 of our mon
?afhvUle Railroad and )lag! sec rM' a BIG ADVANCE I IN r[c'aimIf! this is melodrama lei us '.. I came the inrush of barbarians
position with the Paxton Lumber Com- 'have more cf it." Certainb"The
Pnol Florala.De PRICE OF LUMBERBy Eternal City" is a great and fascinating ,' WAS IN THE BATTLE,:OF MOBILE do not again meet with the
now brra" Are Welshed I until the beginning ,of the
Funiak Breeze: Ai Hogeboom.uho .. play and. one which[ throbs'witb An instrument which demonstrates '
BAY ON. THE CONFEDERATE: Ingenious century, when he reappears in
looks after the country circulation ,humaninterest, from the rise of the connection that
the etosf exists t of Bohemian ,
son a squire, "
; of The Pen!'acola Journal spent a first to the fall of the final curtain GUNBOAT SELMA AND PER. I
between dreams and brain calculation ,
I book to record his exploit* in
Associated Press "The Eternal Cit? will at
, of last week here, and this week appear "
ian
"tilt board. .\
I is; known as the and enriched it with the
Norfolk the opera house Saturday: afternoon FORMED VALIANT SERVICE FOR
u down in the Batountry.. Feb. 1.The most Relational
advance ever recorded in the and night long: shallow tray big enough for a bis great hunter friends
Th> many friends in Pensacola 0: price ofluraber in the Sclith Atlantic THE CAUSE. I. mail to recline upon i is balanced exact r

Miss Sarah Wallace of :Mobile, will ftates was ordered at a meeting of A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ly upon a steej !1H1e.\, subject is VVhcu Death Cool HI.
fo pained to I'am' of the sudden the North Carolina Pine Association: Itching Blind Bleeding. ProtrudingPiles. placed upon it'and put tJ sleep, whereupon There is a curious '
'
death or her brother, Thomas Wallace, here to-day. ., Druggists are authorized to re- .Captain Charles Jt o. which occurred. on January 24th in Prices on all grades lumber, were fund money if PAZO OINTMENT: fails away (.yesterday afternoon at"4. '0'c1oc I falls. But TentUItY!: the! subject bouse all the water In It te
that
city advanced $Z per 1,000 feet for some of i I to cure in 6 to U'da"s. 50c. ir St. Anthony's hospital where he I begins to dream, and then the tray containing ,nce and must be thrown

Chas lcCal1, A machinist residing the better grades and $;S on other several I I [ the sleeper's feet! reascends, the I II 1 reason given being that :
for
had been under treatment:
01 Palafox street employed at the grades, principally lower. This meansa i OUTWITTED THE BOERS.Uhade I extent to which It moves varying according his "sting" after destroying
"'nbacola Iron five to almost. weeks for heart trouble His death
Works, desires disTinguish net advance of about -
to to the vividness of the : himself from Charley 11cCail fifteen per cent. .. I *' l.1P"*. Scheme to Avoid CI. while not unexpected was nevertheless -I
.The explanation is that the blood tell-death being invisible--
the >oung man that gained legate Mnriiir lalmnaatlim. shock to his relatives and
somenotorietv .. i a great !leaves the l rain of a sleeper! directlythe he may choose it Is safest to
in the criminal! few Lord Harris tells an interesting
court
a storyof
c Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. 1 many friends. meutal activities cease: and, the all away. Careful people to
;"s ago. charged with train ridin?. how Colonel Frank Rhodes outwitted '
'.1, :McPall an estimable: Foley & Co., Chicago, originated With the passing away of Captain head as a result becoming lighter, that ble even carry all water
young man theBoers. Iton'rns the relief o',
and a member of the Palafox M. E. Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung Mafeking.[ As Colonel Mahcn O'Connor, another member of Camp end of the balance rises. When tbe house immediately before a >
church remedy, and on .account of the great approached Ward, Xo. 10, United Confederate sleeper dreams small quantities of expected. [
Mafekinjr! from the south
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Veterans, passed to the Creat Bejond. blood are recalled' to the brain to sup- l
Colonel Plumer was aopmathin It .
Tallahassee: Capital Two distin- and Tar many Imm'tations' are .offered ; tilt dreams, and the balance is Already Well Madf'
He 'had been member of the local ply
cmslie.1' callers at the similar: sounding! Be- fr-ja" : the! north. and Colonel :Mahon fW' a
State House for name changed. In this way Miss Deepley does make ) :
" terda\\ were lion Evelyn CIax' ware of them.. Th genuine: Folej's celvwl the following questions from camp for man}" years, having senedwith ,gradually l. mast inapt quotations,"
a' I It! of Penacola!'; !: and ladge Francis Honey and 1'ar'1&' in a yellow pack Colonel 1 Plumer tiy heliograph: : First: I: distinction in the Confederate dreams may be weighed.HEALTHY Bragg.Yes. :


of the supreme court, and both 1 I stitute.) I. i* the best remedy fur many guns have ron? Third-How are I,during. the battle of Mobile Ba}'. Instance?"
1 horn voluntarily retired: from thopunu coughs and colds.: W, A. D'Alemberte, you ott,for stores cud provisions? 1 PLANTS.Require
'
.I .j Captain O'Connor had: reached the "Well!, last night I j
bench Judge Maxwell reni Mabou would not allow '
and apothecary.Mistrial Colonel antenBwer I I '
druggist
'o Pensacola II i I advanced age of eighty-two years, and : the Most Careful Attention as always avoided political di
today Judge Care -
I, to !t> sent for fear of the Hoer I II
'. '11!! remain several days at the : had been a resident of Pensacola for Well as Good Soil. ta use I didu't want to make Ire'i
-apuai' Was Result. I'I trapping It on the way: until Cobi.el( i.earlr: half a centur. Jle was born Did you ever see a rosebush which I myself, and she said 'One .
;The result of the trial of James Mc- Frank: KhoJes: suggested thefoUnrinf! I despite the most beneficent environment the lily or gild refined gold.: .
I iii Ireland, but to this country
came
who before tbe 'criminal rt'lies.vhlth) wore approved. The key
Cf aney. was of soil-of sunshine-and of at- delphia Pn-ss.!
tt"n It pays to ask your grocer for: court Wednesday upon the charge of I J is attached la brackets.! ; Naval! ar/< ,when a child.! r rnosphere seem never to achieve. a !
B.1t+ R.bbon: Lemon mule was a mistrial! and I I ule pled: ten. [The nun '
or Vanilla. It's' stealing a military mI by He settled \lohiIe-md at an early healthy growth.A She Paid Qa the luy .
au.'oii! .ely pur>, goes twice as far'anr' not an xofl'ratlons{ 'was stated. .i,I kr of the Navy :ail jd l Military! tutu IP 1 age began steamboat work, rising to ton of manure will net help a "Ilere,** complained[ the

F a.or Ks:' desms the "Bhi* Ribbon! The case w'll come cour u"pjat. the next teK.ni Piccadilly: ti ft4. nlultirllteI.by tin spprosii'iatei the rank of captain and was master plant that has a canker eating out its rather. "I have spent nearly ; !
I cf the criminal their l strvngtii; of 1.Ofsi.r AR t' art. education and
I on such well kn.Jwn'e85e18 as the en that girl's
I! many a1 there arc toys in the War You must destroy tue cause before
'
and marries $2.,01)> a {
-- goes a
Lord and his Mary Morgan\ Junior, Annie and Virginia }Oll remove the effect.
:. j i family. [ Dudley broth "Well," said the friend of tb
"
rnber the Fall J4 ltme :- besides otter vesse's.! He held You cannot: cure Dandruff and Bal-
waYStir.em ers.i] r '
: -Isn't thst all of 15 cent
'and per
L& mnme' oawery'! i ness by rubbing on hair lotions[
nromo Colonel :llahon protested as rf'tnh':; : rnoierous resronsiblc positions on the (Investment? 'AYliat more do \
in vaseline, etc.
rubbing I
lartsaColdiaon-: : be:. 250 thH. that there xtrotiM: be no cue who! river and bay at :\lobIlc.! :
c m aDU'S You must look to the cause of thetroubleIt's A !ocKrtlTe 5ern..
I!I would know but Colonel Rhodes! '
as: He was a staunch Catholic, and the a germ at the roots of Howard,
}I "uMl him that Co'mel' WestDn Jarrl: ,, which will be conducted this hair which causes it to fall out.Xewbro's The neDr.
ESB.ICOSTtS1CO7( Prompt se"very "'"part of the 1, who wa with Colonel Pl'uner. would funeral, jour Herpicide destroys the Princess Augusta: was so fond

c, ,.. I I be sure to. Otfkf'r conlmnnting Ninthliacero. afternoon, wile be from St. Michael's Fans, anti healthy hair is the sure re- living that he ran into debt 3

M Office and Yard-*' to :28! N. Tarra-:o d: [Colonel Little known a."Small" cturch. The cortege will leave: the I i I of the tradesmen in his parish.
hotenatu in*Retail Dealers i" Bona St., Pen colz, Fla. Phone.363,1 j I IJtfie.:] undertaking: parlors of F, R 1'01t 's sult.For sale byV.. A. D'Alemberle: in their special interests that

i The answersvc' *fc mx-ired and ea afternoon at :ZtZ: u'cJ<.ek and procee-1 druggist: and apothecary 121 South day preached from the text "
COAL WOOD AND ICE |! reed' d.t41PtirI to the chut"ch. where the service will Palafox' street{ t or send lOc in stamps tience, and I will pay yon
t I for sample to The Herpicide Co." De- spoke) at great length on the '

" be conducted tioit, Mich.It's ., patience and then proceeded
... ...... :K. V. O'Connor editor of the Mobile I
; rWlr'M/rWtrWarWrrla.rY/R1WYr +,t_ RrWXrWIdfIIV. 1 XX'birW/rYMIWYfWtrWXr''XIWMW ...... "' ...UUAaTa: ."t! tf..r'IUUF:H .H....4a1M4 n l......ILIXrWXr'.7.......:!.rY."rlM111.MM" fJ}ar t-4Lt.........:.:L......:......Ju..: ..-=- -t.-..-'.U'-: iJ&iU2.U4&t. ---'2tH. $..::; j' Item and :'J"ohn" J. O'Connor, sons s course, ,which is,, 'and I will 1 ,
Y t t -- '
1.1 I. of the d'ceasell. who: u-sldo !in Mobile, all,* but that I shall defer to iI i

tI. Let the Phonograph be th; After Dinner Speaker.icwst;present will: reach at the here funeral.this morning to be All in occuion.-London Standard.. I


True C nrace.True
When your guests are tpo full for utterance a few selections nn this ., ,I Attention U. C. V. courage is cool and

L; matchless entertainer would be very much appreciated and a never .art. t The members> cf Camp Ward, No. bravest of men have the
r
& ending source of pleasure to all for days to come. t? f 10: in U. the C. V.office. are of requested N B. Cook to assemble Fridaafternoon > Our Favor. I brutal, tallying insolence I
time of danger are .
at ::iS; o'p'ock to a'tendthe I II very
1 a.. I funeral ol our late: comrade Chas i most serene, pleasant and t !
EDISON with hundreds records know can make a
E The VICTOR and J O'Connor. I What* Why the con we ; I
DIXON B. REED. trast in the: linn We launder I himself and fight:, but what i* e

+ in house. Daily ::151 Commander and that done by fury and anger can never_ be
; To choose from w vrecital ill insure'a pleasant evening any others.V- give every the account Af t'OuragLoJ'd
free. AND Ten Dollars will put a piano in .!| : careful
; in our store your Cure sciatica detail the most burs

Bfi 1 home Ask us about particulars., Sheet_ music atjust half the''pub- ii! :New. ,Rev.York W ,L.writes Rily: L."_\ft 1+?r D.. fifteen Cuba attention. Krepljia- Oat of Da.* i

I l shed prices. !Buy a piano, we sell'only, the BEST and ,you "pay J'i f days cf excruciating pain from sciatic: Lady Frederick Cavendish .N

; when like.. % al.r-t 1 1rl rheumatism, under various treat The Star Steam a story In Illustration of the j
1 you ment I was: induced to try Ballard'a Ignorance in certain classes In : |

Oldestand : 114-116 S. Palafox St. 85 R::1C:5 Snow Liniment: the first application' j Laundry. A poor woman in discussing t
Musio Houta Largest Clutter Music. House Phone15 giving my first relief and the second i 1 37 E fiarflen bt. Phone 114. priety of washing bet ct'ld's' ,i

!J Florida PENSACOLA ft] entire reliE1 can give it unqualified t-enucola.' Fl'. "I know better than to do ,
rcommendatlon. 23c, SOc, $1.00. Sold: beard enough of water.on the I
ttb! !!:E li 'WD! mimtva1 :8:! tinruii by all druggists. Phone 105. Proprietor'


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. E; omcee-ltl and 110 EaSt Government Street IS TH ONE SMASH w;
GREAT EVIL OF SAM.OONS!.
:t TELSPH ONE No. 38. I i i ii
f1r n K lND'. SAY I f, ,
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The Rural Free touched, we would try to make a'' : '- i

touch at one: That shut him up. But .
.; Delivery System. we want to borrow $17 and we aic : v /
going to ask Col. Mann to learn us: 59
In connection with a letter and clipping how to git it. 'I I I

relative to Postmaster General .t 1 /

1 Cortelyou's avowed intention of reducing The Mobile Register entered upon :c .

tb.3 number of rural delivery the eighty-sixth year of its existence" i t

r routes In the country l>y cutting off on January :30. Years seem" only I to i :

those where investigation'shows there add to its sprightliness.Governor 1

t J; a lack of patronage, The Atlanta ..T4.T'4; .

{ Journal publishes the following article !- Magoon.. of the Pauami t

: which expresses the sentiments of canal zone says everything is lonely! : i' I:

most .southern newspapers upon the on the Isthmus. He has probably

t subject: been receiving his pay check regu-I THROTTLE >:R-AN- AT5THIALtyp'

The Journal has always been a consistent larly. 7 THANk t:
ti and strong advocate of the ru J r KEIYtRS" Youe .: vIEW give you :
ral free delivery of the mails and always I
will be. This paper stands Mrs. Chas. T. Yerkes has remarried :
; tint'
YNEVIL con
t -
ready at any and all times to combat after being a widow but one month.: .
to the best of its ability any plan or It is probable that the cause of her
endeavor to curtail this system in anyway : order.
greatest sorrow was the fact that t' i s
,
whatsoever. There was never a
Charlie didn't
die soon enough.
wore intelligent benefaction bestowed,
'; ou the farmer than this and never a .
beneficiary who deserved it more. .
Fojr many years in all schemes for the II : iII .
betterment of the citizens the 'government -:; POINT SCORED BY i;'1 | ness. ,
1, overlooked the farmer, the man i. .WILLIAM R. HEARST. i
oa whom all other successes depend. is -JA
t' He is the first man to bear the bruntof C.Montgomery Journal I 1
< any calamity that comes to then land .
and the one to feel it most. He is >> NNEONNi
entitled to everything that the nation -

can possibly put at his disposal and A few days ago the New York Daily -

f f the matter of expense should not In- sews which has; always been a stoutcbamplon .. ... .

.' terfere rights; that with fit the him bestowal better for of favors his buslt' or- <>f Tammany, and supported I t.!.."." ..,:.. ..-n:i.-ft'.....,.......,..................-.................."......'......-ft'........<.r.;,.:?........................,.:. d" ...1c.--.i--r.-c';.i..J.oA..t.' ;....,;"; ...........?.::;-r-'....ao"" board is., or--.wuit be$ ''wnder-th ; ; it-H SSVi
r B. McCIellan in both his I I. !
George can- influence:! that controlled the ,


: r E;,, ing CESS ness.As more of all the prosperity broadly"farming the jnLere rests' rural$'orspeak on interests the sue-,. has democratic paigns broken for mayor factions with;,him announced and'the and' 'will with that,Henceforth -all it- 1-1 ;: : GOVERN/?: ; ?t z P'r: I| of ssnJing I the)am; newfcoarhvin going your -l totako Uer.:oru tqtae'_-the rUaL) .U p h e noon: : : : ; BRONZSE \!

appeal directly to
public.
I see how things rc-vlewed I t
I the person living in the.rural districts The News was one of Hearst'smost I: QUARANTINELEGI3LATON
sJtouid he h''n every facility! for the bitter state-thi3 to thQ cnd'of ? x
r opponents in the municipal -. '*
. I t development of his worTI1f.re is nofacility campaign and after the election .:; him to ev agrater-activity,(
+' that ran'do more for him than t News claimed Make Their Request that Congress Carry"out the- Wishes of the N. C. BLANCH A
the
I ; jex<;lusivacredit .:. at
t that "of'Tdgrtlar, 'competent, fire delivery for the.defeat jo: $* ---t
: -.Jlc .rst, b'c.causeof Chattanooga Conference! -Letters Whi Jell-the Story.
bf his'mall.. This of'ruraldelivery The Governor of Vtr iniq
system
+,.. : Ins methods.On o casj during : : : 0JLxecntive'Vhamber ;
-"ft
: r- ]
.. puts'him in contact wIth the the the : -- '' ;
world It Jets him. kttQ>vVof weather!: campaign that Editor fight Qulnu became of the so News bitter Z. From The Tradesman y -..' 'S Richmond Va. January 17, ry. s
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w .
R conditions: so' that'he.:cansow or.harvvest Editor Th Tradesman: _
r4 r with lK-s.t results; If tells him denounced Hcarsf 3:;. overalls a liar.' .and own hurled signature{,, other ;\:, $;v', *, f! ; *;Y ?f i''i.. .;; ., ? ; ** if: Your l letter 'of the tats to sat j" ; t
what failed in certain !
sections
have
; crops equally approbriouj-; epithets at'his demoted received" and I have this .
if and 'made' Rood in others so : head. Since the. break of the Having waited, patiently to sec somomove ( science anal li'ig' judgment may dictate written :Mr. Williams .ag )'() ; t
that he- can govern his planting and "*"' gesL It gives me pleasure to
: News 'with McCIellan it has been rumored made in th!'! way of congressional .t 1
of acreages; it Informs him quickly as that Hearst is at the bottom legislation, that would confohnri j fiJI ; Ilegretling 'lliaj I. t ould .not attend L can to serveyou, i
i' tu latest methods in agriculture(hem so of it and that Hearst has bought the! the recommendation of the Chaita-I ,the conreptit r n dt, New- : QrleansI, 'tam, With moat cordial rcmD11> Co. I

ft: it that keeps'hV can himself profit and speedily his household by in-; News The rumor is current in New i I nooga conference regarding: quaratine with great rpii)"C',:, my pleasant stay.in Chatfal1 o :
; Ycrk, 'so we arc informed well, i of ; VARDAMAX. your contribution: to the
, by a and none being: made the editor JAMES K. ; :
fcrmed as to what is :going on in thwr.eat I' :
J it world with which he formallycame known" Mont om'rian who has just I I The Tradesman made a visit! to New of. the occasion.!' Jam. ,
in Contact about once a wt'ek- returned from that city If this he Orleans to. look into the situation Governor:bf Missouri 'Act).. A. J. l\IOo.. '.\
I fc it is in fact his great means of education true-it'-: is not only of local but of' national there ant PO what'eould or should be Office of" tha Governor I: - -
"} information and protection. Tne interest as showing the bold done to reawaken interest in the mat- o State of MissourL UrgeS Prompt Action. -
it Unurnal would never consent to the I I If and daring methods of Hearst in getting ter and get eoni'ithins; don. City e! Jefferson.' :: Jan. 17, 1906. State of W?st Virginia, '
f}. rutttnj: off entirely or curtailing/ in any 1 rid of dangerous enemies. The On inquiry it was learned from authentic Pditor The Tradesman: Governors Offlc !1
News first bounded into "
wayof, an institution that does so muck I public notice sources that, no steps were Replying to Your letter, will say Charleston, January 17 :
. .. idod' for such a large; class of people: during the campaign when Cleveland being taken to secure congressional that I have writtpn lion, John Sharp Elitor Th, Tradesman r "" :
defeated: Blaine
the break
on made',
i fc-hose occupations make their lives of; action as contemplated) and" that tha Williams as r ucsted.JGS. I have your favor of )
New York
by the minister in
I- necessity' isolated. I It "Rum,' Romanism! and Rebellion.decrying sentiment for, govrnmcnt: control over .-.__. -. \\\ FOLK (eoacernins: the: saniary: I
t The Journal stands for extension! of: I even maritime quarantine; had !b:* New Orleans, and have '
The News
tills
caught sentence and t
It the rural free delivery in every way.: used !It to 'the hurt and defeat) of i come dormant 'in' tho face .of the activity Makes a (Personal Request ten Mr. Williams!!, as you '
1: The postal system" of the country Is''! C'aine.: thus winning a democratic: vic-II that was being displayed by the State of North Carolina urging that prompt action: be
,,f,. not a money making institution and t.fYO'when defeat was staring* the pat' new state board of health! recently Executive Department WM.: M. O. DA\\"
!r was never intended for such. It was' I anized at the Instance of. Cover-
tin: the face. It turned the tide in Raleigh January 17, 1306.
h formed purely. and simply to put the I New 'York to'the'democracy and thus! nor Blanchard. and that there 'seemed Editor The Tradesman: iEiFitiE F i a f f> iFiE *r. *
people of tho country in touch with! ( be imminant danger of quarantine 2
tG. we were enabled to elect a democratic po |. I will Washington next we,1ia.nd.
. it developed each other by BO intercourse that the nation and could the exchange .bejt )president .for the first' time since. the j, being' l left practically as it was when will see Hun. John Sharp:? 1\'i1-1{, | VOX' ... POPUU, .. ? :
J war. between.the states *. the last epidemic appeared.- 'Hams in person an." ask him to introduce :

,'If.' end educate; of views-to tbenOj, It.unite,w .a the necessityas people It was.. the' Rev. Mr... Burcbard 'who j Fin-ling New Orleans extremely ac- i a bill carrying out the wishes oft .* *. I ARE
made this remark oh the cof the Hive, in building operations the sleets the conference. : '
much so as are the courts the" legislatures
election, and New York went democratic presented! about as unsanitary a condition R. 'B. GLENN
and other departments of NO ENCOURAQEMENT j 1
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by only about1,100 and it is in consequence as could well .4-- ,
fk the government." If a postofHce !In at I IMP
r. great city does not pay its ,own expenses conceded: that over'that number of be conceived and deeming these facts From Chairman-Gov. Cox. FOR ]
votes changed from the sufficient ----
were republicans warrant therefore the govi' -
: i ,
!! there is never any talk of discontinuing Executive Chamber
by the fatal expression which i who In and .' Editor: Pensacola -
\ the ernors participated: ap- Journal l:
it and depriving people Stat of Tennessee.
.
: the News a Catholic in i of th conference Will the Honorable
newspaper i j proved Chattanooga Mayor
.t of its benefits, and there are many delinquent Nashville, Jan. 17, UOG.
;. offices in the cities of the those days, used to great advantageto '! were written to, giving them the above Editor The. : Chairman! of Board of Public '! ,
the democratic candidate and to' facts with the that they write Tradesman please explain why a '
request
land.. Why then if a rural route Is 'I I am in reccpt of your! letter in reference
; not as well patronized" as the postal the destruction of Blaine's long cherished !: to Hon. John Sharp Wi'liams' : with the toour recent visit: to New lamp -proposed by i Alderman
hopes .of being president. I view to congressional action, should be changed from the.
t officials think it should be are there | secure Orleans and conditions found to pr >- AD
threats of Its dUcontinuance The On the first p.e'ae of the News last' and the replies! of these governors are StoJdart's Ave.. and 12th:! St.,
vail there, and acting
upon your suggestion
Wednesday was a signed article by bath house district
Journal believes in fair play and I given below, while press dispatches on Z3rra'
ii has been pleasure
f Thomas C. Its my to This is
Quinn, editor giving, no
I encouragement for 4
t thinks that the farmer is as much entitled announce that a quarantine bill has this T
day write and lion. John
reasons for the change of policy. Under urge improvements. Mr, Max I.
to the favors of the.government been agreed on. I I IM !
t other class of citizens. the heading "Attempt to Throttk'ja 'I I I'I I t Sharpe Williams to at once introducebills commenced to improve the
as any J Friend." Mr. Quinn reports a con in congress to carry out tha desire cation in a way that will '
1 1I I ;
: This newspaper will oppose with all ) Another Quarantine Would be Serious : '
Tersaiion between himself and the of our recent conference at Chattanooga : than twenty thousand dollars
; Its influence and force any attempt to(i 'I j State t of Florida, (I
curtail' the rural free delivery and I, mayor at the city hall January 18. i ii' as expressed in resolutions j ture. In the absence of
I f The Mr. Quinn Executive Department. : passed at that mertins. which!
asked
andenators mayor says, | j i rarely: visit this lo<:
calls. on all Georgia stand congressmen the rural /: what was to 'be the attitude of the!.; Tallahassee, .Fla.. Jan., 18. 1 I I thank you for calling my atten., gas lamp \\'oulllbe some .
to by popu-. News toward,: his administration and I I'i Editor The Tradesman: I II tion to1 this-very important. matter. I II I[ property which in due,time
matter.Jt '
lation In this most important
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; the last ditch thet .complained: that the paper had praisedthree l I| 1 recognize. the force of your comi -I t -. -. "- JOHN I COX. In the. contribution of the
them fight to
.office-holders whom he did not plaint against the sanitary condition: :, A. V.
to contract its sphere '
f
of s'!Tightest operation attempt in the smallest partlcular.On Jieappoint.\ These men are all Tam,'In New Orleans anj will say that 1 I Has ,a Representative in Washington.;

[t the other hand, let them striveto ;! m'anydistrict leaders and the fac:i\:\ will communicate with each of our t Stat, of Louisiana. CO.
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; that they were "turned ,down" was I Ii i delegation in congress and do what I ;
extend enlarge it. Executive Department.
and .
;
r 'among the evidences that Mr. McClel- can to bring about a suitable law. It 13atrr-Rotige. January 17, 1906. :| OPERA '
ian had broken with, Charles I''. :Mur. would be a very serious thing to hava Editor The Tradesman: i ii
f. The Memphis Commercial-Appeal, phy .the official. head of Tammant )-. ; another quarantine' following imme- j ,"
tF 1 have your letter of the 15th inst.j) MATINEE AND NIGHT!
always slapping at the Hardeman Free Mr. Quinn .said he praised the offi-i-1 i diately upon tha heels of tbt-l sl one., I will at o-ice write John Sharpe Williama -

tr .Press, credits the" following, to the ipdi-ierect dials them in question"good men.because Then he, accordling consid--..1 N. B. BROWARD- Governor.,( as you suggested onthe lines. Saturday, Feb '.y

t tor of that enterprising newspaper,I to the report.Ia 'or McCIellan I it l indicated brou..- I| !
who Is a well known temperance' adYocate -!juald. lI However L have been moving in 1! JANE KENNARK !
I From Governor Vardaman. I i Gr ,, ...... **
b" ;: j "Well Mr. Quinn. I am going to that direction already ilr. 11..T. And Company in ; : :c.- *
'designate for the Executive Department Sander, "'ho'was chairman of the I!I duction of Hall Caine's
your paper city advertising
We air going to write .to Col. Mannof { ; -but I want you to distinctly Jackson,'Miss.: January 18, 1906.:Louisiana delegation at the Chattanooga terpiece i H Si S- :
ask him to ( ?
.. Town Topics and put us 5 J understand that.I want a square deal.", Editor The Tradesman: "; { convention is in Washington; :
of We
his hold-up '
next to system Your esteemed favor of the 15th wit"4
j "You shall have itj said Mr. Quinn now and will have: .a conference j i:
i
t r have been a borrower all our life/and :: "I mean .to see that I get it," sai.1 i ins4. has been received. | Williams. He took a letter from ma, THE ETERNAL I i ; ;
we have about exhausted our lit.i the mayor This, sentence is printed I I am sorry to hear of the unsanitary outlining ray idea cf the bill ft> b3J i i I
1. Some time ago we were making a; iH.black letters. conditions in New Orleans. Something drawn and urged.A ; Music by PIETRO ? *
t f- speech in Ticktown"on the'licker prob-[I Editorially )Ir, Quinn comments set -.I ought to be done to prevent the great deal l is being done in New j 'Composer off
4 lem..and our opponent said that the t iverely on the mayor's conduct an I probability of yelow! fever next sums Orleans in the way of screening clstrrns : \i
:: trouble .with us was that we ware' not Liaays J that 'in future the 'News' will s mer. 1 do not think. however. It i is and preparng! ; to combat yellow f: CAVALIER! :
#': In"touch' with the Democrats of Har]' have no factional affiliations whatever If necessary for' me to writ to the lion. fever, should there be a" reerudeence. ;-! Wm. Bonney. Emmet C. '
'
:; deman countyVe replied that if bet :' 'may be done'about the city ad'erHsing. John Sharp Williams, lie is informi -.: ''V. Ramous, Jefferson Lloyd. suit, drop an
would go with us .to the county trus r\ i 4 f the situation and! war, a member I have just. appointed" a new state:i Rother and $0 others. showing : <
; tee's office look over the list of qualified -I Charles .F;; Murphy has denied thai tjof t the Chattanooga conference a board of health and have a vigorous j PRICES-Matinee 50c and l will sure>

i Voter in the!. county,, and, point! t-ihq I' has a financial intern in the el word Knows. as- much about it as I do, man at the .h, .t t out any Democrats that we hadn'tn.:3.i.3.t'sewa.. and will act-. of course as his con i taken in supposing that this new Seats on Sale Thursday at I ************

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.<.;N 7 iE j* ;, 'i ',a. &i..: "". &*" .K#'#* i I'7t: *;1t 7t'+f7E .z ii''n711f iNi 7 ilk:! lc 1t'A .1.1f I After the" work is,lone, "which will be I READ THIS ADVERTIS MENT. \
week will, be ,
;:: begun next It a con-
'! }' nitnt landing! I MOLINO I II .
Miss: Susie Sri?l'Pard is expected
NEWS of WEST FLORIDA i' t home on Friday from Springfield,.Mo.,
k where she has been visiting for sav- ROSE!? FAMOUS r
.i eral months. Special to The Journal.
: i*** : :Mr. J. R. Thompson our efficienttax Molino:Feb. 1.-We'are still. having
I collector, is at home now having nice: sprlnsj-Hke weather. OLD FASHIONED t
Just ,finished his first "rounds. Mrs.: Gerald from
Murphy came up ,
Presiding Elder of the Pensacola district simple'earnest appeal to Church'mem.1 The Ware Mercantile, Co. has put Pensacola.'last week to :visit her sis <
I of the Alabama Conference. He bets to do their duty WJ'S IES t
vance the cause of Christ. :Jn an order for an, acstyline. gas plantof ter Mrs. Dan Proctor.Mr .
11 MILTONSpecial was stricken Sunday with paralysis at fifty light which will be used in ;and.Mrs! Willie.Neal were visitors
I Forest Home, where he' had gone to Still they come-people to 'town-in \the store building of that firm and the to.' )loHna;'. the' guests of Mrs.
and' died crowds and among the visitors are LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE. 3
'conference A
hold a quarterly FULL
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residence; of Mr Ware. Neal's mothel1lrs.:: Dowling. ::\1.
II later, He was-buried tat Troy yesterday -many strangers. The query is often '
Frank .
Ward also visited Mr and Mrs. *
heard "Who where dothey
to The Journal. at 10 o'clock. : are"they and .''A specific for pain-'Dr.' Thomas EC- Dowling's'family. TQTS."OLD We believe ANY MAX will Ruage his purchase of I'
Milton. Feb. I.-Mr. G. W. Sims pro-1 Miss Sallie Wiggins is. ill with ty-r come from? !Jctric Oil, strongest 'cheap-jet lini- Mrs.' fJellieHarris' is visiting homefoiKs RYE" 'Vhiskeyt'hrough intelligent regard for his health. >!
rnetor oi the cambia Hotel was a pLoId f'n'r.at. thq hpme .of'her!? grandfather ment!: ever devised. A household remedy 'at Chumuckla, Fla. I I OR 1Vea'xowthatAcvmanisToointelligenttobayimwhiskey -
..'iness visitor :Mr.: W. W. Alien!, No Case of Pneumonia on Record itation after he discovers! he has been
to Milton yesterday |fi: America for 25: years. i Mr Bryant Harris : ;. .. .
instaaca
We of
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attractive do not know a single 1FULLTQTS. '' articles
,
Mi and Mrs. John Newton were Miss Anna Runyan an eTPflln'g: after1 a' returned10nd3)1 tricked. The crnsade aR'ainstndultcratrtl Ji
atnonp; !im- visitors! : to Pl'nsacolaIon: :young lady of pens cola; was the wh re a cough or cold resulted in i ertsdaJe .. of food and drink: has been t>o pronounced that the 4'
.ua guest of relatives here Sunday. pneumonia of consumption' when'Foley's : I: Mr. L. G Crabtree Mr. Willard'' "OLDCORTWHISKEY ,buyer has learned the importance? of investigating r
Mrs! K BreVtoa and family spent Honey! and Tar had been laken. : THOROUGHLY 'before accepting the claim of any
M. Pcrrynot Andalusia, Mr. Joe I HOLLYSpecial 1 II Crabtr. ,and. Air. Picas Dawson went
Irs. Brewton's It cures coughs and colds perfectly,so dealer. We investigation. You can'"tbe
!"-n l iVnsacoIa Mr, and Mrs:; :James do no: take chances with 'some unknown too critical to suit us.! .OurFamollsOld.fashionedjj'
Wednesday night, and stopped parent II Mfl& Grimlar went over to Atmore. Pre
orrr !m Milton on her return home Diamond. preparation which may contain -'I .Ala.. Bunday to visit kinsfolk I to any Whiskies! are far removed from the possibilityoferit-
which constipatyonla anda1 point in the icism. They are a* pure as Vature'a
Williams and opiates cause
1 t.ee friends and look Mrs W. J. daughter friends She baring .
after business to The Journal. reports South reaM make then and TKCLY AGED by TIME. They are MELLOW.IULATABCE.
,''fan McLeod spent )Monday in Pensa- condition that retards recovery from :,i'1aDrc1 saLLY Pu_C.; No household.hou1d tw
!! Mrs. Perrynot has a host of Mrs. I Holly, Jan. :31.-As The Journal hasa splendid( time. I II by: Sou.or .
All w
in unmarked
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Ask for Fblay's witbautthem. !Shipped plain package
Mends a coll. Honey 'and Adam Line
here cola. Miss Ullie
who Dowling Saturday
are always delrght- w fe circulation in this communityand I spent ; BaokcindCoci.Aeendesand ExpressCo.'seadorte ui. Our i
.n '10 fr he)'. Mrs T, F. West entertained a few Tar and refuse any substitute offered!' as our little town has not been !and Sunday-atPine? Barren. absojue reliabtlity II a household word. Remit bv Espres orr. y4
Mi!*> :Mary Emma CrC'arwho was friends delightfully} Thursday evening W. A. D'Alemb rte, druggist and 'noticed in The 'Journal's West FlorIda i :\\Ir. Hogeboom of, The Journal was 3.4 0 .O.Atrialerdertnaks Money Order or Exchange a permanent; current nntom in Atlanta.<'r. V .,
'aepuest of her aunt. ::\lrsT. F. West compliment to her-niece. Miss'.MaryEmma :- apothecary. __ __ __ pews will you kindly givemesi'ia'ce 'here to'-day. He is trying to get a
,,a fn dalast week, returned Friday 'Creary. : VV-J I; in your columns'for a few items. 'I rural free.-detve'ry! ,!tom Molino to THE R. M ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
to hrr. home in :Mobile.: A cowboy evangelist preached Fri I' Hojly is situated on what is com McKlnnonville': We have a good mail
W. 'yearned night in the.Baptist church' to a service now and with toe rural route
yesterday with deep,rew day 1 monly.known as East Bay but whichis
< pt t (ho death of Re*. "0". S. Wadfa large ,audience. His discourse was, a ST. ANDREW II' rffhtly St. Mary
--..:::=_ __ .. .I.! just, JO miles east of Pensacola. stale, in the postoffice. :-- _
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Ohio is here the
is mill here and :Mr.: Smith of now
There one saw
..: J r.ithin a fifteen mile circle three naval guest of )lr. T. M, Wood. He is a B. LfALL & CO.WILL .
Special to The Journal. I stores plants one of which Spivey: relative! of .Mr., Wood, _
St. .Andrew Feb. 1.-Th.3 past 5f zwdays Best :& Co's., is the present post office :Miss: Bessie Hannah of Quintette SELL; FOR SIXTY DAYS
of beautiful weather,compensatea came this afternoon to spend a few
,,site operated and managed by W. C. up
for the unpleasantness of last ,week., Best., days 'in )tolino, the guest ofIrs.\ .] FOUR FULL QUARTS
OldQuaker and the visitors are'enjoying tl1*-boat Holley l has three mails per week Stancill.] ...OF...
other which the One bale of .cotton was shipped I II
ing and pleasures;; via the" launch Grand Rapids which
bay affords. leaves Pensacola on Tuesday's Thursdays I I frem'tiTolino to Pensacola this week.I THE CROWN BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY- a .
We regret to report the illness of and Saturdays. The Grand Mr. J. T. iFool.' a Kentuckian raised I
Miss Ethel Baker who fs suffering Rapids: is managed 'by our cordial and I' and chipped the cotton from this FOR $3.50.
from an attack of prostration. )tiu popular representative Hon. J. .11. place. Several bales, cf cotton were I
Clara Thompson is temporarily fjllins I'I raise in thlsr"neighborhood(., but not I to
Harr,11. shipped from here. Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your
her place as one of the teachers in We have an inexhaustible supply offish
,the public school. and oysters and a goodly number Mr-: George; Carr who left here about 'goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial ( .

Born: To Mr. and"Mrs. P. A. Withlere'll of quail and other birds. I three is'and<.bete a t.alt'earltago'now oo'a; visit to to BO relatives out"est" I order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.
of "The Palms,
on Feb. 24, a '
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Rye Mr. Otho Kester is erecting a nick I -
Oo-ttoroll
home on hts lot in West End to which 1 1 : -r.. r
he will move on soon aj completed. |I t FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. WrIiiJ1
'I. Mr. Murphy, of Murphy., is soon fo Pensacola. Fla. II rMILLVIiwi : ( HE cow lei Sucrcoe Dairy Feed i.alway s s
have twenty-five foot launch buHr: ,
a
(} fouad tl) .five the mort milk. Ito a
Rich and mellow:'with age baying Wlthsrsll.let of the this contract place. to Mr.- F. A.,,I i------.I The' productive ration-ttt. tt. rcMcm. It

>,". Mr, Urias Chopper cleaning .one.': RUBBER BANDS I Special to-The Journal. I No otter icfe! feed or mixture of feed cut do i

is stimulatingand of his lots in West End and bu'I. I let! :MillvItw.Feb.: l.--EvangelUt' Hein- the work to effectually. Yurt of preliminary 3
delightfully WON'T BREAK.are arrived MillviewJ.Jth .
has
II# (the contract for a new home -to,Mr.:! THAT I rich Kegel.. at trials! were lack of it before it WM placed oa the
I hfs and :win open a series: Fullest
1 Casey, which will! be constructed" .at the kind that every: office' party uul I
I II oi .,::1f ting8' at the; 'Jlillvlew church meri et Its*coueatu of results powerful
smooth. once. man wants anl should have.ThJre's of The fed this feed
profit. not
cow
? Friday night, continuing every night ai a source
I j The "chicken pie' supper given by., nothing more annoyingthan
and..Sundays at 10:50 a. m., for two ii kept at a 10...
[the ladies of the :M.: E.;church'on Wednss3ay 'i t I to 'have the rubber bands "weeks. Every arrangement for the Pail .
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send night was a pronounced a'uC"I you are 'putting around papers I convenience of the viait-
the comfort .
Tell to .
dealer sOLD: ONLY BY
|cess and twenty dql'ars! was the-financial ., 'or a package to break one after ing comMunHy' baB"***n provided for.
F. S. MELLEN & CO.
bereflt. another. We have the kind that and'.comfortable seating capac-i
of it today. I Mr. F. A. Witherill has just completed vpn't break. ity Extra has been arranged as a largo II.. ,j Corner Alcaniz and Garden. Phone 334 t
case t !
you a ] a nice launch for >Ir. Rovers: LARGE, LIBERAL-SIZED gathering is expected to take advantage ,

Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.. of Wst Bay. \ 1 PACKAGE FOR 25c. \el this rare opportunity to bare' .. k.
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Mr. M. Mashburne, of Korth Bay; in Millview. Mr.' --- '-- -
"real .evangelist"
and 2-10 Main St., a
404-408 Palafar St. We have all sizes from the vsry
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has for out the of I
3 the. contract getting Kegel's reputation as one the most
/ "I Pensacola. Fla. t piling: for the .wharf of ThrWare'Mer.'cantlle small bands to the very; large, able orators! sled: preachers that ever flBUILDING
Co. which will, be leagth'!nd, viide: bands.Coe's. passed through this section of the SHINGLES, S SHD'OORS \WINDOW GLASS

-- -....,,-=- repaired and nut In betr condition country, J as- beeir "fully establishedin ,
--= t than ever before and all boat comingto Bookstore his receat 1 work in the community'I MATERIAL.
this wharf! will be rble'to:* land.I hence farther mention of thia fact will I ; '
Gin i :Much incon\?ntt>oce has been .s'x wr.:. not .be- necessaryTJ>e entire' cornImunityis -' Phone t H. G. DeSILVA &. CO.
De Ruyter ( Holland ) .' t-nced during low. tide at ,this w.hjy-r 213 S.Pililn! siren.I II aroused as never before for .
I and often large vessels cannot land folpated event.
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PEOPLE and EVENTS i I THE ALL-
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Tarry
W ****ilII :J lag Mrs. Pink-
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E. NELLIE BECK. 669. Those Turkish Layer Figs that.we with her own for wishing: as .big.a .bouquet j fidingyour private
mercenary
i St By Telephone ,
,j was Ktjuat china piece
:: are seJlfngthey.: 'just simply-.melt In '" d wu' bis I as possible; It signified in, a way her i ills to a woman-
and slit
-hols a
,ttstffixxtt&szszKt n your mouth. ej sphere of !iiiflaence od the susceptibilities -! a woman whose experience :
bark.; "itAViis: a standing joke at- Miss'Folkes : with women's dis-

,' bo;"''l1iDg "home" that? ''when of the young man.' I eases covers: a
MR. AND great
MRS. MORTON fVoni'
15 Cents Pound.' "J\T libu he emerged the room
Per
HAVE A SURPRISE PARTY. : a.t.11.on. dropped a. spot! ><911< thet bl-i 1 > many years.
I said, -'Oi! 'Mis I Matti
; Miss Mattie
thePI' :Mrs. Pinkham is
A very pleasant surprise party, was cloth be had to drop a coin into the
- given to Mr and Mrs. Dave Morton ". > Stuffed Figs 25c Box. ; ,( l hungry slde8"-rOhce1'a: "weeir the knew bow"to pay It long aud expressIrely. j' da.1J htf'r.in.law of

' Tuesday evening by their friends at .d porker wasaaghtered. and the proceeds [ Lydia F.. PUikliain.
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their home 310 North G street. Those: ; -+- used for flowers -"Tht young man turned from the desk I' and for many yeusunderherdin.ction. .

present including host and hostess J dressing for a. walk and looked .at, l her. He flushed: ever sosijghtlynLR1 ,
Miss! Mattie was!
were as follows. Mr. and Mrs. Morton landlady : sniPed. .... and since her dc- ,, "
ROSENAU & GERELDS when the peaked
one.morning
A Mrs. Thompson. Misses Rena anu ": I ?!*' Miss cease.shehas IJ ,
hI "AH! those Gr'5n. c lts Mattie I
wOo ir1M wiih aIl: her trades -
people '
'lii
advising sick ,
: 'ye.menfreeofcharge.
Silva Salarl, Miss Katie Bowen Miss : had her muff under her chin. Her I : 1/I
J,511ie Crooks, Miss Emma Yates The Fancy Grocers, eaiue to tie! door, pig In baud. '* 1//
e\'eS wid witl.wonder., I
were )
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"MUs Mattle. she said "would you | Many women
Misses Mellie, Mittie and Agnes Morton. Phone 391. Pensacola.ESCAMB1A .
- .' Misses Marguerite and ClaralIunter like to bitsom flowers for the table?" The young man, laughed as he glanced suffer in silence and drift along: from

; Miss! Viola Simmons Miss ,- "Dt"Iil1tcd; :" Miss Mattie! finished, frcra" her to some one back of the [Is lms. j' bad to worse, knowing full well !hit
- Ophelia Godwin Miss Lizzie Byrd. I pinning :huge bunch of violets on her "I ,vouldn't'd't) this i for every' one.' I they ought to have immediate BSSIMj ,

t Miss Llllic Simmons, Miss Birchie OYSTER DEPOT. gray coat; "What kind.shall I get?" you &!1rler hrid. But'.l''felt- sorry. for !I j I ancc, but natural: modesty impfis[ !

Thompson Miss May McNalr. "Well"Miss Folkc.sat down on-the the.pI ls," : them to shrink from eipofip. ; tht'm.
Messrs. Jack and Harold Bonifay. I Phone 1210. You can'tafford selves to the questions ant! l'ro"ab;
of divan and began shakingthe "But there are too many. .
edge thp :
: Charlie Davis. Mr. Joseph Galari. Joe Fine Perdido Bay Plant and .Escam- Pig-tl1eres carnations..and_ roses; to '$;)JtMiss: )Inttcw{ :: refusing -i examinations physician. It is of even their famflr
I
WithoutI
[ unnecessary.
:Merlin Jack Dan. and Thomas Ben- bla ii7. them hands.
Oysters
I I at reasonable prices. and throw Insome ferns to from:his I .
F.Cfl, John!On Waters Diaz Henry they usually I money or price you can consult a 11"0I
"iVeatheriyGeorge> E'gart, John andAlex C. Tabarras & Co. or leaves. Just Chestnut, Douglas Finney, Clevc ? it. I thought th l'e' was "more moneyin "Yes, rc\iiTIi fIg may demands pericnce is great.
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Roach, Bennie Howes Joe Marble rche tbamprd the pig's head! >>me larger orders some day, and we I (Mrs Pinkham's Standing Invitation.
I 1 30 TOURS TO EUROPE: 2 JAPAN shall be glad I -to 'fillthem.Merely. an I
- Jessie Simmons, O'.en! Waters Eben TO. on her knee until' the 'iast coin fell oat.Only Women suffering from anform
Drown, Jessie Morton, Pete Stewart, i ad'\"olDt-aaM.GiLder *nperi>r m D.gem.nt- exception .* 03 cents!" Miss Folke had .a advertisement: you know." : female weaknes.sarein it<' topiimptl of]

Aubrey !<. Orange, and many others. Oriental Kail: Cruwe Tours, Around in rtbruarj.. th World'DBU.I trv 'fl3'of making people conscious of "Yes .Indeed.' ;.Y'p get Iwdfr of flovrv.ers communicate with Mrs. Pinkhani. at'

- Dancing and games were enjoyedby gram N. Freo.FRANK their KhortconiiHgs. The pig; looked ', and this" i$ the very prettiest shopon I Lynn, Mass. All letters are receive!.
everyone present. The guests departed ; C.'CLARK, 96 Bway New York glum.- the street." Sbe smiled.: ".\re you opened read and answered byoinpn

. at a late hour all havig a nice : ; i didn't sure these are'fre,h? Because If they I only. A woman can freely talk of her
I \ ''I5ut 'aren't you glad you get
-. time. I are I'm coming again! Saturday." private illness to a woman: thus his
: tablecloth' all spotted ? _
, -.- your up been established the eternal
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tiiDfidenivbetween
. THIMBLES: FOR "SISTERS." '"Oh,,that isn't.But..! we shall have. Ills face wore a broad smile as be I Mrs. Pinkham and the woiwo

, 'JIav you---thimbles here?" asked I I I BLULAtl ii iiSpecial to save some money for Easter Sunday turned nfter--bowIng"her-but met' II of America which has never b( ',
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the timid young man. and ;you canpet so few flowers for an Irritable .hap emerging' from be- broken. Out of the vast ri-lume of

"Sure," said the dazzling! < blonde behind ; 50 cents." Miss Folk had a grievance hind the pause experience which she has to draw from
' the counter. "For yourself?" against! her trades'people', and they retaliated "You're a niceone," complained the I'' it is more than possible that she hagained \

"Oh, dear, no," said the timid young ?( by Invariably giving her short chap. irtlug# with! my Jadjr." I the very knowledge that wil,:>

man; "for my sister." k' to The Journal. measure. "Well"-she stacked up a half .Jack..lnnocentJy. "Is"she really, help your case. {She asks nothing! m
The d, b. slapped a trayful of thimbles Beulah, Feb. 1.-There has been dollar in pennies and nlckE-Is-1 guess f0f .course. Didn't you see my violets 1 return except your pond-will, and her
... down on the counter The young/ beautiful weather this l last few 'days on her ('oaU'? I advice has relieved thousands. nrt!
. them dubiously. By ) and that 'wiN r have to do. rich is foeisif
man inspected! everybody is busy and happy. We The man any woman or poor very
and by he selected a thimble hope it will continue-a little while "110''' many ought" I; to. get for 50 ;jounjj laughed.MJnt'caneel'nat order for those other she 'dOt's not take advantage of this

and :stuck it on the end of his finger. longer.. '- cents,?**. generous offer of a istancp.If .
That seems to be a pretty good fit," The quarterly) conference will- conVEne : "They'll turn up their noses at yon flowers for Miss Cromer be calledto you are ill, don't hesitate to pet :a
be remarked. \ at the M. E. church here the first at florist's and give yon two or three one of'' the men': "And put these!' bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham'sVejfetaVe!

"Y'es," ,agreed the' d. b. "it's all \ and second days of February,.preslded! staleS flowers that will be all withered down to my account." Then he turned Compound once,and write M!rs. Pint-\
right for you. but it will be a mile too over. by EIder Hammet.. Dinner will the sf'Cond'dlty. You'd better go to the to :Jack. "Simpleton" he observed. ham Lynn. Mass., for special advice
Us for your-sister." be served on the grounds by the ladies street booth over by the 'L' station and "Why didn't yon get Into the game?" Then a medicine has been: Mwessfnl)

"Oh, I don't know" he said. "She of Beulah,_which js..a:guarantee that tell,them'If theygive good fto ers10u'll Jack shrugged his shoulders.! in restoring to health so many women.
is a big -woman. Her hand is about I the jnner man will be/well.taken care you "You wanted to see what she woulddo. you. cannot well say. without Irving it,
the same 'size as mine." : of, whether the reverend gentlemendo come again. You don't'deserve her Jack." I do not believe it will help me '
So the young man bought the thim- : : their.part or not. "SUck up their noses at roef said
"I think do
f : Miss Mattie. Ignoring Miss Folke's sug suppose you ;you palm-
bIe. The"d. b. chuckled."I After a week's visit with relativesMrs. *'
Ing oft as a florist.
wonder if he though he fooled : .. Thos Barrineau and Mrs. :JUs. gestion. "Don't ever worry. Miss yourself '
ice," she said. "He didn't. That Snowden, Mrs. Henry Barrineau of Folke. I'll get some flowers that will Tht-yhad passedout! Into'the street

thimble was for him. Lots of men I"J\ Quintette, has returned hpme accompanied : make you gasp with surprise and pleas- andstood looking after-the .girl with
buy thimbles for themselves but I by her husband who came for ure. I'd just! like to see' them stick up the huge package of flowers... The er-

never yet; found one that would own her; the latter part of the week. .. their 'noses: at me," she threatened 'as florist looked squarely into the disagreeable .
up. They always spin that same old I Mrs. P. C. Dawkins was a visitortothe she paused Jo rsmlle' bewilderingly at eei of the nin' facing him
about their sister The extra "Jealous!! I I
yarn home Mrs.-JamcsSnowden'OTie Miss Folke before closing the outbid* be.commented shortly..
ordinary demand for thimbles from : last ,"'. jealous
: ; day week; door "Yes, If' you like. Are you,
male shoppers indicates one of two Mrs. Henry Barrineau and, Mrs. going to be here next Saturday?"
tblnis, either bachelors are on the increase Snowden* were the ''gufests' 'of Miss She passed,several excthsive.norists'l ,. The ;young: man! of the- "flowers
: !: or married men have to mend Lydia Spare last Fj4day afternoon. shops before she found one to her satlsfacton. -'
brought- his back from the giri
gaze ,
.; tneir: own clothes."-Savannah Morn'g Miss Laura Bowman who is assist }! It was by far the handsom. i turnhig the
,: N :.ws. : or ant teacher in tne-school"at" Roberts est of all. Gripping her 50 cents Inside comer -
--.-- I "I'll go you even to win her be said: ,
r' ; accompanied ,by her.brother Fletcher, her glove she swept In like' a' breath '
h UMBRELLA WITH A HISTORY., i ) ; of'Muscogee.-were.lle/guests/tf'therr. and stoOd In the mtdsi ot, the most And I'll win.
The state of California was present-i is brother Walter Bowman and wife last beautiful flowers<< she,had ever seen. A

P. e with an interesting historical I relic; :! I Sunday and. also attended Sabbath remarkably/handsome young,man 'was A WORM KILLER. ,, -
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Sunday afternoon when Mrs. S. J. < anti school. ':>i4 I'- standing In the rear beside a bank of J. A. J. Montgomery, Puxlco WayneCo. "A
KEY
OF
Hensley J. A. Filcher and Frank SOLID GOLD CANNOT
i. gave Mr. Geor'ge Davis who has charge palms, holding some smilax ., :Mo.: writes: "I hav little twin! "
Wiggins an umbrella which had sheltered : HEALTH'SGATE UNFOLD
of nvfc\ eamp'.spent Sunday
the he.coJnty! ; "Some flowers," she said and girls; who have been bothered with
l F the admission papers of the,I witri hffe family here. He does "smiling worms all their lives. I tried everY But the gold can buy the drugs ht>r
t state on their trip from Washingtonto | not get home very often'but is always nodding at him. 'to relieve them which failed "un 1 which will loosen- many a cramp
I II. thing
to San Francisco. On the trip across welcome when he does put In 'an' ap He looked up surprised' : Then, look- til 'I used White's Cream Vermifugs I stomach or muscle. and health's ga>
; j
I.; the Chares river on the Isthmus oft pearance. *. Ing'at some one behind the palms, he four will roil wide open when -.you app
the first two doses brought ;
t: Panama, it rained for seven days, and a The farmers "of Beulah are busy turned., spoke to one of the assistantsand from of them. the next them rightly. Pure drugs, chemmea-
!' during all of this time the papers were' getting ready fop spring work, hauling came forward eagerly. worm one I medicines toilet and sick room acre
twelve of 'meas
\ two doses, one them
; sheltered by :Miss Crosby under the In vegetables, ork, .wood, srrup ''and "Xow, :what wonld! ,you ..lIke?" He sorles, perfumes, soaps-ev"rvthicI
uring twelve inches; the otJer.: chid'>
$ umbrella to the state '
given
yesterday ; .- other stuff, bringing out fertilizerand hi bath
( and waved hand gracefully toward the ItI!I for the or shaving hereIIOOTOTVS
relieved four
was only of worms.
; as a historical relic. Miss Crosby afterward other supplies. Everyone is clear-
t t became the wife of Major S.F Ill' land and will masses of roses and crimson carna la a most excellent! d[cine.Vhlte's' PHARMACY
; up more use nearly tions. .
!! Cream Vermifuge is for chil ,
J. Hensley, of Suiter's Fort and all last double the amount of fertilizer that goo:
K" during the following :years has cherished they used last seaS'onf besides they "Qh. beautiful: breathed Miss Mattie dren. It cot on'y destroys worms, It The Birth Place of Prompt; Deliv
the umbrella as a memento oft are keeping more stock and find it Ip an ecstasy.' "I should Uke"shecl helps the child to perfect growth PHONE 1100.
.
; cl\ed the coins stowed in her Sold b'a1l
the trip.Portland Oregonian. en pays to save all of1 the manure from away' wards off sickness. drug'gIsts.
glove'and smiled '-"a flower .
dazzHngly
1 rf that, source. Consequently, they are -
J '! Miss Chrlstaln.Kelly Is spending a depending less on public work for' a for a penny."

f few days with Miss Clara Pryor in the living'than formerly. And why should "What!" For a moment' looked as lie Got Front Under. I TheFinest

New City, they not prosper'and live at home? though 'the young man was: going to The veteran telegraphoperator at

ti We have right here in this-settlement prove disagreeable. length took part In the general recounting 1
'" Mr and, Mrs. Silvidge of Parsons I of Beulah of the best land in
.some Miss ,,1tIattl 's smile became momentarily :; of incidents and adventuresby
t- Neb.< are among the pleasant tourists : I A. Escambia county with good classes of more bewitching. his fellow craftsmen.' Ii i
spending the week in Pensacola.
[ I be people and are within 2 or 3 hours "Yes," :she- continued whirling her i "Out In California several 1 years \

If i' Mrs. George Pryor who went to Andalusia. i drive of Pensacola one' of the best muff airily arourd her hand; "1 just I "ago" he said. "I was at the key in the i iI :
t markets in the state: '
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1t' Ala., to attend the funeral of I i .; Why would it not be a good idea for slaughtered the boarding house pig, I only telegraph office In a'rapldly' rising! j ofFish
her sister>r :Mis. Burnett, Is expected : : cambia county to buy a good traction and I want all the nice flowers you can : town. Early one mornlug I receiveda ,

home Sunday.. : : ,. engine to pull' the road 'grader give me for 50 cent$. Aren't those love:" message addressed to tbe cashier of i

and ave the mules' that hard work. 11 She' pointed to some rare orchids. : the local bank from Its president, to'
:i t The many friends of Mrs. O. M. ) Now when they run4 the. grader they The young man"'was!! "amused. Miss : the.effect that.his plan had falletl' md -

Tryor will learn with regret that she have to stop work with the carts hauling Mattie was good: to look at'and had an i, to close the bank's doors and suspend ,
Ii' !h very Hi at her new home in Jackson clay until'the mules are off the unmistakable air of being accustomedto payments until further notice. I had '

_l t Tenn. | grader, There 1s..u.o better place to beautiful things. Yet 50 cents for i $2.200'in that bank the savings of I .is none too good for
I do effective and 'cheap work with an orchidswhich .
she seemed to' eleven
; distinctly years. It was my duty to send
.r The excursion given Wednesday by
than for there- 1s I' table and especially -
engine right .here ; favor He coughed 'your
apologetically the
. ;r: the ladles of the Gadsden street, at ,message and see my savings! van- f
I Ir ( wood and water abundance, along-
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church though gotten up on short notice full "Flowers are rather expensive he I t Ish. Then an Idea occurred to m". It' when that
roads
the everywhere.IN
, $1 proved most enjoyable and all :: I ; ventured' was not my duty to forward the mes- kind is as easy and
I I : -"Yes, I know" laughed Miss Mattie. I and the
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f, -- ----;- --- ,-- sage.personally only boy |
---- '---"-- --- line is an unusually attractive pne, including MATCHTOWN "These- must be terribly high." She had was delivering a dispatch I and' as cheap to have as

rij PHO/Vr 189. many novelties decidedly* out- Fortunately'no' Faith Was Required, touched .the violets on her coat linger-: ]i \ be back for at I least an hour.: IvQuldn't |' the ether kind. We

of the ordinary. for She Had None Ingly. :'Think of the money you extort So. with a clear! conscience, I slipped sell only the best in
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY Mr. Gardner invites all who are In from rlcb young: men. And I've only 50 On my coat rushed! to the bank and
ij[ terested in up-to-date men's "I had no faith whatever, but on the l canned
wear
tp cents., ,It all the I
call and view his samples. 31jan4t* advice' of, a hale, hearty old gentleman .i] was, pig could spare.W withdrew my deposit. An hour later
f wed-thurs-fri-jun.; who spoke from experiencs: ,. It had to ave some for Easter."O".J the crash came, but I was not un e\. '

. 1'. .. LHWRCHCt. ; ....,- N. 3 We,t R..... SI.. P.u' (f. began to use Grape-Nuts about 2 year r' know, and no one got many spots. on' neath." Shrimp, Lobsters,
in the tablecloth this week: Deviled Crabs
writes an Ohio woman living ,
TOURISTS EXCURSION TO ago
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i: -- LADY'S WALK TOMORROWThe Bar rton, who says she is 40, is1 Tb* florist' answered her smile. -" IThere's I Soft Shell Crabs,

I: ... ................................................. known to be fair and admits' that she "Th'e pig, gets the money for the :: -
- fine steamer Columbia will Is growing plump-on the 'J1ew..diet.: I spots" she explained. Kippered Herring,

carryout -tourist's excursion! toI..adY's -I shall not try to tell you how 1'' The young man looked as though he a Anchovies in Oil,
; i it Walk up Santa Rosa'Sound I suffered for years from a deranged were Immensely' Interested the pig. r
Sardines of all hinds.
1 IA Dainty Desk Lends j tomorrow. The boat will leave Pal- stomach .that rejected almost all sortsof "What' would you like?:? lie 'asked j I IIce

afox wharf promptly at 8 o'clock and food, and assimilated what little! again. Difference For salads and the
; was forced it only at the cost ot
will 'upon
return about 7 p. m. "I want just the most nice- fresh
I was'treat,| various cold dishes
great distress and pain.
t flowers you can give me for 'a ha!? del ,
An Air of Refinement I Tae rolnt of View. ed by many different doctors and they I!,III. It makes no difference what kind I Cream that your family

t ,-"It all depends!! on the point of view," and!gave I even me many spent seven different years medicines in exile,, They<< told me"I couldn't get any for so Have likes, there. is noth
be said reflectively."What little Miss Mattie you ever 'notlc :
money. smiled. !!
do you mean?** she asked. from my home thinking! ; change of 1 The man bowed low. It? If not you should tr'Kandy 'ing mo delicious
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: : to the room in addition to its being one of the t ",,,"f'n, by way of Illustration," be an- judge scene of might the gravity do: me .;of;ood.: my You condition.may "I'll' see what I can do for you." be': ths than:

most convenient pieces of furniture in the home nwered."there's Mrs. Jones"next door when I tell you I was sometImes compelled. said and strode to the rear of the store .
.1 who slnss! all day long. looking at it to use morphine for weeks at, Miss Mattie watched him admiringly{ l KitchenI Durkee'sSalad

I from one point of view, we say, 'Happy a tim ;- : an he, stopped to speak to one of the '. Dressing

I woman:r and from another, 'Unhap "For two years I have eaten Crape- men before be entered the Ice room Quality ,
1 1We It -
Five to Dollars.
{ Desks Twenty i ii py neighbors; !"* Nuts food at last .twice: a' day' and I'i She' bad not knQwn such nice young and we sell it in all

:;: i can now say that I have perfect health. Dlf'''.kPpt'or'tt" shops She moved a Ir makes a good impression sizes of bottles. If

Sofh FriendlyFriend*: I have taken no me-Ucine in that time step or two to the right of the palms: In ; every ..UrnWhn.
i t + invite everybody to call and see them; i Ml\ude-.Tart Hugzins; has been call- 'Grape-Nuts 1m done it all. I can order to*ee him more distinctly. you have tamed It one you have never tried

Inn on me. for nearly three,m nthtL 1 eat 'absolutely anything I wish, without Be was taking down one crimson I time' you will eat no it do so at once.
.1 .i glad to .send, you one expect a proposal soon.' Clara-Oh,. stomach distress I am a bust. rnation after the other, a spray of othsr. Sam as to our ,

Jack" never rushes things! It was at ness woman and can walk my 2 or reiaans, some roses, an orchid. Miss' .' Hot Chocolate i iI

'. least five months before he proposed 3 miles a day and feel better for do. attic looted away afraid to trust her j I Sol Cahn & Co.
I & lag so., I have to use brains in my ---
t I MARSTON QUINA Ii Ii.f to Zne.-Ctleago News. work, and it is remarkable how quick, 'D; eyes He youog seemed 14:3D-or rather an was easily he I Ilitarracaed R II

alert and tlrelsss my meqta1'p01V '
Row SB* Lilt** HIlL aUletag: Mattie'$ did not dare to The Pure Food Stare.

t, : 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148.' Pcnficok, Fla. "Well. Maggie you bare now been: tum have Co.become., Battle Creek Nam, Mich.* vtn. by Pos- I:'the" doubr. for If be saw her ob Kandy Kitchen Cafe I II Southwest Corner Palsies' ad Inteidencii. ]

married a year. How do you Ute'your There's a reason.. Read the littl )"Piig' hid he might atop adding tobua. I I I
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fS- OPPORTUNITIES f ftci !: -i -

222 N. SPRING ':ST. .
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make money' in real estate weranever j jI 'HOOTON & WATSON.

Invest ,in better than now. Tiave properties $2400.00 f I 4
on my sale list that will net: I
Successors to Thos. C. Watson B Co.
You
You will find tan' attractive bar.

besides 10 PER CENT AND MORE I gain in -close In"'residential property. 1 Leading Real Estate Rental and lnsuranee Igtncy
increasing in value. You
,
can 2 !
Real Estate The house is 7 rooms story, tcilet
Now double In vacant
your money lots'am I
selling at I and gas and in fair, good condition;

$50 AND $60 PER LOT lot reasonable 60d 13.loan If on desred above" .will at 7 make per centintet' a c.Wv7 A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate.

Why wait, Get rIght In ahead of o t1rs. "Hav the best $1.00 cash and 50 cents per week. si.

for :rourseIr. Real estate values are ,$15.000.00large.. brick building on a good business corner.
while ou're losing oppttte daily" 'ln"eainy'You're Rues and CervantesHere 7500.00A large Jot lying west of and uear Palafox St. about %50

ft. front by 192:=ft. de-o p. A bargain.;

LESLIE E. BROOKS we have a most desirable pieceof [LIFLj I IIT'S $7,250.00-Large :2 story brick building opposite site of New City Hal!.

Losing .' property for; .immediate. sale. It This must be sold at once or will be withdrawn from market,
204 sT Palafox St.. Fisher Building.. consists of 5 lots' and 'a 8 room' cot $5,250.00-Larg& 2storydwelling with 10 rooms servants Quarters.

tage all! untjer niw.! fence. It Is being modern conveniences.. Stone sidewalk. Lot 80 by 180 ft. West

... offered now at.. <;. v ..' ..2750 AN UNEQUAL CHANCE IflIL$2,500.00A

Opportunities For SaleFLORfDA Tae lots without th9* houtee are worth very nice cottage on North Haj-ne St.. with lot 80 by''
123;; ft. -
$ 500. you take i in having fire
a insurance ,
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.,., ... $:.OO.OO-Larg! : t\\ -story dwelling! on North Davis street Very de
; That won't come back to get In on the ground CURIOSITIES-Sea shells 3 lots N. Palafox St. policy written up without knowing.I sirabla.$2,000.00S .
1not floor-,Why shell jewelry, wood novelties l leather anything about the company _that issues
bUT
now, -
pay ilnW down and annual or semiannual go jS. Pjnsacola souvenirs live and 3 the policy. In case of fire luck lots on East Hill car line; southern exposure: overlook.

payments for Ask about this proposition. stuffed Alligators. Goods packed $350.00At may, get you back what ';you paid in ing baj. One of the prettiest building'sites on East Hill.
$1.GuO.00-Comfortable cottage on Brent Road near! Cotton Compress.
ready for 'shlpm nt. Mrs C premiums, or it may not.
N.. Me-
Lure Opera House Building 107 E.I this price you know these lots .1 $1,100, .00-Five room dwelling. with large lot on corner; East Chase

Government St. Ifeblni cannot be on "Palafox Hill" but are Substantial Insurancewe street. -
just beyond and will. prove sure money I II 1OOO.CC-FiT'. v'?rv desirable. building lots; making a frontage of 200

Peacok levestmeet Coo FOR SALE-.First.class ticket to Chi j makers. I write up dall}'. Companies represented : I ft. nar Stoddart's Place.

) cago. Will sell at half price. Ring Each of the above are listed with us i are as solid as adamant. Quit LOANS IN ANY AMOUNTS MADE ON REAL ESTATE SE

a. H. D>*LU BERTC, City phone 1040. S JfebSt for only a limited time. At prices offered taking chances when our cafe policies onesJ,1 CURTY. ON SHORT NOTICE. AND AT LITTLE COST TO BOR
Manager. arC as cheap as questionable
FOR SALE-I' lots on North they are bargains, and worth I I. Call I ROWER.

W. INOWLES., miltest R. L SiMrSn MertM7. road street. Excellent location Rail-I for I' your while l to investigate. I! WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE .

I j.E. SI1I1MAN. V-ms. ml Gen. Muiifw. owu uu Treuurer. factors sites! or resident prop!rtj.. AND IF YOUR RENT RETURNS ARE UNSATISFAC -.

Real Estate, loans, 'Cen.pat Price 51,25000.. Term? to suit. Address -' I McDavid-Hyer Company, i TORY. PLACE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS AND INSURE -

I fnvaatmanfo. Lots, care Journal. 30janlw I L. S.. BROWN & CO. Agents New York svnsFAcmoiN. FIRE INSURANCE PLACED IN FIFTEEN OF

215 South Palafox Street I 1 THE VERY OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES. IF YOU WANT TO
Pensacola, Florida. FOR SALE --I ,20Hi Thieien Building.Phone' I Life Insurance Company. :
= Furniture and other RENT A DWELLING OR STORE. OR DESIRE RENTAL AGENT
------ : household articles; also a fin$ talking 8 E. Government Street. I WE: RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO CONSULT US.:
918 Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.
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I parrot at 100 South Bajten St. I
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6Jan1w1FOR
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WANTED I WANTED SALE Good family horse at a1 j ; HOOTON & WATSON .

- bargain, or will trade for mule or Bargains Real .EstateLots Timber I Ii PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX' STREET. .
MATTRESSES made to order old I WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants good work horse Gro. Vu.c o\.ich. i [ Lands

mf PSICS" tenovatcd and new tick jour moving_and hauling. He guaI\ : Jan.181wj in oock? i(47*East:'*King f- -

:uru ht.d if th-lred. Ring phone 771 antees all breakage Phone 63(). I Tract, per 'lot... '.'.' .-...;0 ... .$45.00

or .'.ill at 114 E. Belmont St '2fsblm QUICK FOR SALE-House at 'Gouldmg on I Lots .in. block': E.W e-t King... _

Position a stenographer kinds DELIVERY-Hauling of all! hard road. '4 looms: ;'bath' and .kitct Tract, perlot.\ .. .. .. . 75.00 i For Sale FOR SALEBeach DIRECTORY
\\ ANTED- >i soncited I
; moving of
furniture ,
Good refei- i,I en: nice Stable Strictly c .. Lots in block 9fr West King i f -- ---- --
lady of ?experience a specialty East Hill i -
D' ',
Transfer Co. S. Borras, Standard Oil Co.'s office, Tract lot. .... .. .. 25.00
I per I suburb of
Journal. coming
. Residence I the
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L. I Joppa
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m Address pare Phone 434:; ; office Phone : Haven Lodge, No.6, I I. O. O. F,
Pensacu Fla. > f SOjanlm ;: Lots' m block 1J6Vet King !
itpblw* 318. lljanlm __ I Pensa, ()la. Extent\e improvements Joppa Lodgo, No 6.1., O. O. F..
I T I Tract: per lot., .. .. 30.00 I street .car line meets
FOR SALE-T1II'0'or Viires f to be made tins ysar; every Tuesday evening at 7:30(
1 wagons
\NTBD-To buy old gold and allvnr I drays and horses, cheap, if .t"ak.m'!Lots !In ,block :2JO!' West King We have them Several splendid. ,. guaranteed in the near future. $35.00 o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Gardea
Tract lot. ... .. ... 20.00 This '
broken up tiff regardless of HELP-WANTED within; a fiw dajs Phone 614 or, appb ptr f. (large and small turpentine locations i i for beautiful waterfront lots. St. Visiting brethren are cordially In

-IZ.I .. ('a.-b paid Ligntman &. Klein I -- --- J----r.JJJ, -"..---r-r'.r-'J-J-J'-ruv-, -- J,,1i j,I at 403 N. Reus street. 27 jan. I'I'I I COTTAGES AND HOMES Saw Mllis and Saw mill locations price for a short time onlj For fur vited.
i Ji* C. Wright! Ifcb i WANTED' Woman to do housework 2 3-room cottage's renting.$11.00 : Some excellent! bargains in large ther particulars call on or write to T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G.

rVPFRIENCEI)---:STRVO&RPHPRd < i ; also small bo>'. Apply 227 E. FOR SALE-S'cond: -hand buggy per month, each .. ..$400.00, and small tracts of round and boxed!I' PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO. J. W. GINGLES, Sec.

with first-class firm. I Intendenc.a: St. 2feb3t* cheap. Apply F. A. Rogers. :308. E. 4 cottages renting $lt>.00 pr I timber lands. 31jan6m
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ires position Jackson. or phooe 4 27janlw* month, each.. ". .... .$325.00 I Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
Best of references furnished .\. I W.NTEDgoort cook; good par ;: .. u '. and Hardwood lands. I Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
2 4- $9: 00
d"s "Position," care Journal. White ': WOOD WORKING( MACHINERY.- room cottages renting I MiscellaneousThis meets every Monday evening at 7:34
or colored. Apply '107 E. Splendid UK of valuable property
month, each .. ..$350.006rom
Ijanlw.: I CoverjJie&t I' one 6"* Moulder four heads, 150' per land Stock I o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
2febl. I fine location:! for a Co'ony or
_ hOUIif: w1hi4 bock! land
knives and cutters. One 111'00':1: I 'I that the Ferry over I'ou stable W. Intendencia St.
= ,, I Farm ir. South East Georgia.Soaie is .. ..
East Hill.-
POlTIONvANrED: as bookkeeperor 'I WANTED 500 m?n. good pay, permanent .:: ISO knIves and cutters. One "Od $300000' of the choicest residence,. Pa s. Inspectors and Shippers Association Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .
:
double entry clerk about March: -pas circulars tack sign worker or Jointer, wth! two heads' 7.roamstoO house. bath. hot places} I" the beautiful little city of are not responsible for the A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C.

I Am :SO years of ageddress 1 -no canvassing Contrntntal' Distrtb-( knives. rbiting too's. saws' etc., Out and cold water', '5 lot, East DeFuniak Springs. Fli.. and in Milton. i t<>lbwbg'loom: \ receipts of their inscectioa. 1!. HORSLER. K. of R. & S
. uting Co. Chicago- Hill.. ... : .. .$550003 .
Book?<p r, care Journal. :27jan1wWANTED :feblw! 36" circle nu, latent: t pattern for: Fla. : Reeipt No 1347, of G D Katntjoae Lodge :\o.
'' .V BRIGHT BOY-who wants to learn i bevel and straight i boards, with sawcomplae. If none of the"'ti e suit jon' call ands Our prices and terms are reason Robbins; receipt No. 1318 of Fea' in 30. K. of P. meets every
other
Position by regist"re1irne1st the printers trade is requested to i One Edger. Harbor and ?e list of propertj. .1 will loaaJQJ and'Hassell; receipt No. 1295 of Chas. Thursday evening at 8:00

< !: of 17.ars' experience. Address ajply at The Journal office. feb2. I'threeuwifrom 10"* to 20"V B2lts::! .half th! pujctas)'} ?. price on any I, able.Cal on or write to us. Snow dens.. Ferry- Pass Inspectorsand 4 o'clock in their temporary
Druggist care Journal. I counter of this propTtv.: : Association by J. THarper. '
WANTED:=CmntftnishEtri ,s-wafts, main lint fiH.!tiIl..n.dImlh's. Shippers Castle Hall over Pou eta
i, 27janln and _AIaehms comparatively ns>. Pros Jan2Slm ble, V.'. Intendencia street.

cir- plasterers at building.. No. 45. Nan Selling' on account of PO further, work( THOS. PEBLEY, Visiting knights co -
\NTED-First-class mill*right. Yard. :TURNER & AYMARD cntractor and: builder are
R. I, K*nnect}. :39janiw: for them. GEO. JOHNSON! dially welcomed.
Apply .qh-R
cular' aw flier and hammerer is Henrv Monk generjal ; -I will estimates:: tr?e. Repair
'- I contractor, IS Wett: Grczoo: S' Palafox, a d Romana .$ta.. give jou J D. KIRK. C. C.
1 '
open for ; pouwn i Reference fur- .I \\'ANTED.-Flftn 'good-PIte-r-; ; : work a specialty. Pjone; 10U5.Ifeblw .
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I n) bhed iddre".J.. II D.... care Jour. on building No. 43. Nary Yard. 't' : Pema: 0'.1. or Fort Barrancas. Fla. i PHONE! 559.. I Real Estate and *' C. J.- LEVY.. K. of K. & E- .

,Aoffice\ .'':- '...:2tjan2w! ) :! I I. SOJanlw* p'R.S.IU: .lqu.bave.S.000: ? tJ'J! I .--.- : Abstract t Company, Alice W. Herman 1 Knights of Columbus. -

-1| y g*t -;n a saw mill. piopos, :.f'onworUJlO DRESSIAKI\G-l\Irs.: Meetings of the
wANTErI-Good Iwr:-r and wagon. ':! MEN EVERY\Y.IIERE-t.OQ d:1iJ: .. I .Q Oi 9., }\rie; Lock, Box 26," DsFun'aK JI p. 0Bcz, 1.15, DeFmsak! SpringFliriji J, hat opened a first.class dress- Knights of Columbus
and bainess:; forIar.n: purpose* Alo l. pass circulars, lack signs-no canvassing will jD.llEWJLS0N 6 CO. makn: at her residence 10S E. are held
I Springs, l"a} This : )l.t. ; 4.. ta- I ;; stop at their hail,
< good horse ani carriage" must bevh :1 steady. .Continental Distributing closest' InvtJsti, o; tlon'ndd'1he.first Intend ncia. Ladies invited to call. No. 8 West latendea-

ap D. J. 1*. --:6janlw.j Co.,.,Chicago: .. ,.. ...... Sjanlw* : with' fn{ moaeygets: h.' 'No..time nan'.10wa I.I.REAL' ESTATE, -1 31ja.n3w. 'cia .street, on evey
--- -' $1200 _
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Monday
W' TED.-Il(>ajF..stat" "forsileor WAI'\TED-Whitc middle a'gea': ,woman, : : te 'Mth agents or tnflers.; ; 2 jan I r J. N. Murphy.&, Co., Expert Wall I 7:30 o'clock.evening Aa Invit&Uon at-
rent ipa; !'e or exchange Your busi. for nurse and. general\ house workin RENTS AND LOANS ceilings.
; five cottage with frescoed ]
FOR ,ALE.One'ehoicCShoek 'on. t top : Buys a neat room Paper Cleaners; I' l is extended .
ness reapectfullv solicited. .J. A. Wile small family.. Can stay on and hall X.Sth and all varnished to
of the nJge east of ihe .el-ectric : bath roon reception on I cones and furniture visIting Knights. fiJ '
fon. Real Estate .\peat!!; 224 W Government '- premises if she desires. Apply' 301 W.: railway, ,between 7th and.5th ,stretUNautrp : W, -have the. I. special bar-: ar!nae. between llth and 12th work cleaned ana) polished. special-I I JOHN B. JONES.

slref't, Room 7, Sahsbiry Chase. 2&lan : has favored this.aCtionand ,it, gcms in very desirable following real estate for t I Ets. and ,oDe,block from! car line; $400, tics: All office desks and EDM., FOX. Grand Knight

_building Phone 172 23jan J WANTED.-Boy about,- sixteen to cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubb 4 few days only. cash,, rest on easy' terms. This is a specialty The very latest method in Recorder.

KODAKERS get Kauffmans prices i learn glazing.' Apply SaUnders' :\1iI! FOR SALE-Beautif.il! block in New' SECIAL'BARGAINS. | bargain which; it will pay you to In.vcstigate -I the No'dirt work or of trash office to and be house removed cleaning.when "pensacola Lodge No. 4, ]J. O. 0. F.

for develop and finishing. Best! Co., :!9 Hast Garden: ISjau: City. Tract No 31L'Frcash' $603.. '2'lots in blocj l 80x137; work is finished Personal! respon- Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O F..
and! cheapest: in .city. Romana and I Apply to A. M 'McMlMaa.! ,Court ;np,,Nev City, '52000 which may occur meets every Thursday evening at 7:33:
all damage ,
Hems Ime for
Palatox;., 20 janlm I Any intelligent person may earn a feet, on car i "?,. ,.. ,$40000 sible of work. Address 'at the new hall on West Garden
a good income corresponding fc- Hug 3 lots corner }6th ave and Gads dunffg the execution
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I For 200 acres land.'a. two story house; [ street. Visiting
\\'.\STED. SALE OR RENT New' uen, .. .. .' .. 'I P. O Box :347: Pensacola Fla. brethren cordially
-Second hand furniture newspapers; no canvassing; experience FOR -. : ,.modern $ 1000.00 I. of eleven rooms. one out bou->e. 15J) "SOjanlw* i invited E. GREENBLATT
riM household articles of all kinds unnecessary. Send for par,:cu. tw -story, six-room hous Cast lull 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New, lre S. '}00 pear trees bearing J. NEVILLE, ,
fnr <>a..hddrE'5i' : P. O. Box 353. lara Northern Press Syndicate I near cars. A. C. Binkl 3'. .3Jan' City ...' ... ., '., :.;..-... .. ._ $1,000.00 1 I jearj pecan}. 40 acres under: cultivation. All MISCELLANEOUS. Secretary.
rjanlm ckport N. Y. lizwv6roOi. : One 5 loom house>, with bath and REBEKAH SISTERS.
J. M
of
FOR L.E.Ice., clean newspapers good laad Directly south Ctirp STEAMER' CAPT. FRITZ.
5c sewer connection. gas in every room; station P.. & A. R. R. and 14 mile Passengers and Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekab Sisters
W\XTED.-The l knm-that for sale Only a bunflle.: They on Rogers master.
>ublic. to W.\1\TED.-I00 laborers, wages $1.50 nce! neighborhood If taken a; meets every :Monday night
Ola newspapers:; can be bought at per dav Apply factory of Goulding make: good wrapping paper, and are' once, .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00! from Pensacola. Payment on easy FreIghtservice between Ponsacola street ,,8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. Hall. Visit.at
ths office for five cents bundle. Fertilizer Co. 14jan just the thing: to put under matting : terms and Freeport, Fla. At Bajlen
a They I 6 houses in block 17, \\est King I ing sisters cordially Invited to be
and Saturdays. pre
ere all!I clean and nice.W.'lED.Electrie ; FOR SALE.-10 room house corner Tract. renting $30.00 per month. Will i wharf Wednesdays to see ent. MRS S. DeTHAYER.
-' -.' r--- lot 3 blocks from Palafox, let 96x I lend .2000.00 of nec 'sarj', .. $2600.00 Tourists and others desiring MISS MAMIEFREEMAN.. Secretary.
: work of ah kind.j For Sale. 192 on .:ar line. For. particulars!! Inquire All of these propositions are bargains .I C. R. YAEGER places of interest on ChoctawhatchieBay _
Ivt u>:, clean! :jour f tu3. Tf. .air jour and Santa Rosa Sound should M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and
, of Standard Clothing Co :9jaa and will be held open for a few
hnamo tu your wiring. etc. Pa:na ; 'only. 202 ThUaen Building. Phone 332 mak' this, trip. Special rates for par. 1 third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
Barred = ua>s
Full blood Ply.
I SALE
;";//1, PeI>13- la Electric Co. 203; S.! FOR Wht Rock Fisher NORMANS PILLS: Just received Excellent warehQuse location on ties of ten or more. For rates or m. Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inten
mouth nock,
1\v: ! very
Brown Leghorn
\\AMED- .- First-class- registered I Eggs Streign per and setting'.of (15)) 1100. For sale at The Alligator and West End Good S per cent mortgages on hand.i; Board and Rooms. address P. O Box \$52)- Pen a"cola. Fla.. 1 A. G. FELL. PregJ .
27JanlmJOHN Sec.
Saloons. L. SWEENEY.

in West Florida. permanent or,I Rock Poultry Farm. J. J. Pope, Prop.' FOR SALE-one 1\03: \ Eastmans Property m all parts' of city, vacant J ROOMS: TO R.N1'-:70S E. Cervantes FLO. Boot and Sho maker. i W. O. w.i .
temporary. Address F. z.. care Jour-''L. Box S. Bristol fla., 7Janlm' folding pocket kOiak: a bargain.Ap or Improved wantedand for sale.. St. CaM after 4 p. m. No children.I custom work to order; repairing ffim
Oak No. 1
Fin i Lire Camp W. 'j. TV.
* to EL.. Re"se. 124 S, 30 ,S. Palafox St. >
ply Falafoxttrcet
3jan. jSljanlw
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: t ; material and workmanship guar; meets in Pytnian Hall 1st and 3rd
SE<"0\n HAND CLOTHING WANTED 'l FOR SALE.-South half block .211, '. 5Jan.I Phone 234. TOURIST HOUSES No 222 and 104 ,ante3d Please give me a call. 120 'I Wednesdays in each month. Visiting ir
fronting 400 feet on 13th- street by!FOR I SALE-7.room house street Phone 108627janlm.
--Hlshfst price Iaid for gent's i at Gould I I N. Spring St. Good location. Special E. Government sovereigns cordially invited.
t' 1073 Let on Bay few Park; also'l in' .. Apply to F. L. A' kerrenGoulding :: I
"tiling ctlly.150 Sil second: hand; rates to parties or clubs. Apply I F. A. BOGHICH, C. C.
J t"N*. No :D) E. Intendencia.JOB I( south half of block 21::!. fronting 400 I Fla._ 28)anlm* TO Mrs W. .Williams, ::: N. Spring St. E. I LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.!
i feet on 14L1 St., by 137VJ test 011 Bay i iII FORSAL .1.1J MONEY LOAN EXPERT DRESSMAKERMrS. L.
PRINTING of all kinds wanted[I View Park. ;Tb$ only property adjOin-I i -Improved and untmpr'.r.ed 3t/janlrn I .Miller, late of New Orleans? familiar i Woodman's Circle.

:'y the Mares Printing Co., 24 W. ing; Bar View' Park that is .) ,J property>> : In all parts of the city. | ONE LARGE ROOM-Double fur. with' latest French modes. Room : W. 0.V.. C.. Oak Grove. Xo.t,
(t\wernment. Phone 181. Only: the.II sale The beautiful view down the I I J. A. Wilson & Co, Real Estate Agents. In Amounts of $1,000 and up at ni.hcd, with board.' Hot and cold 4, ParK hotel. ladies are i mvitel toi I: Woodm: Circle me'ts every Thurs

ties: of Ttork.' Idee i bayou and down the bay can' never be I II ( Room 7. Salisbury building.: Phone, water bath: Call at 4,15 W. Gregory or call. 27janlw* .: day 3 p. m.. 2d floor Pjthian lIall over

\\-\XTED.-Hauling---- and transfer 1 obstructed ,.A.. V. Clubhs. 30jiyAUTOM6BILES. :: 11%._ 2SJan 7' Per Cent ,Per Annum. { pnone !S63.I : 27janlw* THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO. Pou's stable: on Intendencia stref.

work Oftice phone 363 residence,I .-I am agent for the FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred Scotch! I and retail manufacturer Visiting sovereigns ecidially Invited.
; wholesale
;
; FOR R NT-Furnished rooms Torrent : Mrs. Leona Langford Guardian Mrs..
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rijoi 390. Acosta &. WhiteS 22.!8f NV I Pope Mf jr.Co and can sell you auto collie, imported stock, also omlady's I with wjthout boaid. No dealersin cotton mattresses and .
' (I saddle. : I or and M. B. Olsen. Clerk.
f arragoaa St. 25mnar.WANTEDEverybody .': from $500oa up. They cost less than I II phone 285. 1102 E. Gadden Ojanw'street' Hooton & Watson light ,housekeeping Apply :310 West bed springs Second hand furniture
- or
: I
I l horses to keep, up. They can be run j jl : Gregorj" jan21.Imo. bought and sold. Upholstering and r'!-

to take dinner'i l }a sand or anywhere a horse can go. FOR S.\l E.-Most beautiful pairing a ,specialtj114 E. Belmont

It' the Southern Ho el 9dec.!I,Lesl'e! E. Brooks. block in Pensacola, overlooking residency the!I Leading Real Estate and 1 BOARD AND LODGING-New turni. St.. cit)., Phone 771. C. 'T. Davis I Safes! Safes! Safes!
clean Terms
roams. "janlm
M ATEDryprpstank: about three!FOR SALE-One fine display case; bay and Bayou Texar. .Magnificent.I Insurance Agents. ture. large, rca 1Mgr.

. t1. '.iand gallons capa<.it>. Also,!I 21 feet long 8 feet' high and 3" feeti live oak. magnolia and other shade,i., sonable.Intsndencia Apply Mrs St. C. C. Brock ISJanlm 105 I$ CUT 'LOWER5..Patteraon.s Roseciount Buy Diebold Safes!
East
mmit! mill if in good condition. Lee''wide. Suitable for almost any kind trees. Ideal location for home hotel. I{ I ; Gardens of Montgomery, has

Daniel) 28JanTED I,lof business. Apply to E. L. Reese or sanitarium.! A. C, .Bmklf>jf i iI Money to Loan. 'ANTDt few boarders at 212 W.Gregory. placed an agency in Pensacola,_ represented Scarritt Moreno, I

I 5 Jan.jI I 1 New house good neigh by Miss Bertie Smith., 616 N.i

w .\\ .-Second band corn oat'1 I JUST RECEIVED Large shipment of I MONEY LOANED on. all kinds of per.. boraooil md on car line. 12janlm: Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for Agent. 0

' and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of. imported Olive OIL Retail: by pint FOR RENTFOR sonal property on short notice.I roses carnations'and all kinds of other
"*'n shipments solicited. Write us. ; ROOMS TO RENT with or without Phone 651. lOdec
larger quantity. G. 'Morasso Terms eali). JB. Gray & Co., 2V.. cut flowers. -
p gallon or [ ---
S \{ lEn! &. Co. 2Omar.WATED.Tb ,. board, J?, E. Garden. ISjanlm :
701 t
I & Co. ship chandlers and? grocers. Romana Phone 1185. Ifeb:
I RENT.-From Feb. -
-- 1. an elegant B. 1.. Diamond. Tailor.
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Merchants TransferCo South'Palafox.. oct- 2 story !S-room' house, with bath t ,{I MONEY 'I'O LOAN.--On real estate or : FURNISHED room for rent; no light I TAILORING Gents"'clothing- cleaned Jitessed and .'Pensacola, Sf.} Andrews and

wants your moving and bauting.Am ..FOR I SALE.-Only 4 young; Boar pigs. hot and cold water connections -corner : I other sufficient security by appJ). housekeeping 111 W. Chase St. I I I on short notice. No. 11%
f repaired
fen; ,breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- : sired by Duke ol Florida 68923 out:! 12th! St. and 9th ave.Apply ..to.Thos. ling' to Tpos. Pebley cor. Palafox and NICE iURN'lSHED ROOMS for rent. West Government St.. Peneacola, Fla.I I Gulf Steamship Co.
Prop. Phone 978. ,
: ISJunelaa.,,tof I ,Orphan Lee. of Baltimore. 5S544 J. Pebl }'. SOjan, }Romana. up stairs._17noT-ae. (', Newly furnished: clean and; nice. Idee.J. -
with registrations and I STEAMER TARPONW.
WAXTED..Al1: keepers or poultry to:|1A11.guaranteed LEND-On ; at 128 :.
TO good real E.
RENT.: MONEY a- postofticeApply
near
2
Carl Settsrjjnd.;: Chipley FOR Elrgant -storj S-room i H. PORTfcK.; :tatlmaker 7K South
fed wheat. It Is the cheapest feed !pedegrees. security or on good collateral Government street, :srC.:; ,B. '.f. Trainer. ,
"' 26nov.' cottage: at 31S West Belmont St. Ap. tate Palafox street, Orders taken for Q. BARROW Master.FIRET.CLAS .
11-tause elU\ it makes hens lay. F. S.;;|Fla ply to Walker Ingraham Star Laundry .'. at lowest rates. Leslie ,E. Brooks : 7jan\m. __!; tents, awnings. camp stools and bouse PAS3E.NGEK AND

n & Co. Phone 33t._ j! FOR SALE -Nice, clean oJ4 newspapers -, 25jan t Fisher building._ Zllaoi PLEASANT place tn board on N. Hill,I cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3ljan.I FREIUHT SERVICE
W at five cents a bundle. This of., LOANED on all kinds of I t. etwvnt :--
\XTED.-All kinds of electrical i FOR RE -Blegant two story"Btora i MONEY- personaj i 2ni| door from car line on Strong
'rK) I sell all kinds of electrical Iflce. room In new Star Laundry building, propertyon short notice'! street. .particulars.. address No 8,I i PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APAtACHIi

"'s. .'ries anj other electrical supplies.! FOR SALE-200 acres good farm Ian.l. E. Garden street Apply 'Walkerrln-. :Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs) Jou aaI. ___6JaalmiOld ProessionaIDirecy! i COLA. CARRABE MILUVittE.:. ST. AN-.
"hen Palafox St., Phone 1144. DREWS.
. ou need me ring 345 or 955.'I 1 miles southeast ,of Chlplej, in graham. Star Laundry. 22dec. 28lSouth
2!H
: at firpeents a bundle St. Andrew
v on
SOOT newspapers all point Say
And
build'BS :
Peake. new Star Laundry Washins'on: 'county:? no waste land; 30 They all. THOS. PEBLEY I .,
are hlcola.
I : at thIs pffiee. clean Carrabe'lc! ar.d Apa'a
E. Garden._15dec I ready for cultivation Good A. R. BINGHAM hag storage room for ,; UNLIMITED amount or money_to, loan j I
acres premises. For rent, suitable for furniture or other kinds of personal and nice. T'- "____ LAW, REAl. ESTATE. LOANS AND SCHEDULE
on property.
I 01 lim rock quarry 'oa all s cola Sunday, 8:30 .
RT HOUSE DYEING Pressingand ; particulars address !Irs. L.WUe'osle. goods.. 104 and 106 South, Tarragona Special' rates to business men on large .WANTED I .-A f2* boarders in private: COLLECTIONS- : Leave, Fei> Ala ,ylm

Cleaning Club. 118' N. Palafox. further Marianna. Fla. 17janlm*I St- Phone 630 IQBOT leans. Tie New York Loan'Co, 204 H! famf1yniceJy; furnished rooms, with PALAFOX AND ROMANA.-1 for Mobile.Peniacola. Tnesda Sto-tt.
s ;, jesse )
Mrs .
T. J, Davis, Prop. Your patronage I ." .. South Palafox. I use of bath anq for
solicited satisfaction and In
: guarantrieo all sizes; I VaflroaJ shops on car line.
ent to and
ladies' FOR SALE-Pecan trees; Found' !ae'lcola, Carrabelle Int..tIIJtdlate

Xv nacnts. Careful Phone attention 1%!%. given 3declm,}r:E.costa.from extra. fine' paper, shell seed.14Jan W.| FOUND'- -Bay pony with whiteface.-. .. LOST .\; Apply BAY .HOTEL.401 E. '-Grego Open ,\sight_and 2janlm day T. G YATES :M D :, oints.For additional formation! apply t }

\\TED-To loan money on :jour Rooms light and ,,4 J. R. SAUNDKRS.tE .
,
12 mIles' N W plan. ,
Came European
place ,
Babcockbuggy :
to
Wt SALE.-Second hand' plY : Prtoident.j ..cI
: efHfghfst -FOR
Ji's. COBB. .i
jewelry and personal Owner have LOST Bunch three l-?ys, Jan. 10thReward .. clean. Transient trade solicited. R-
f' In first-class i city Sunday nl ht. an" OPTICIAN: .
*" rubber tires and PaAft
5ce ,,"..'r. L1htman''Kletn..l061 cash price!' for old gold- '}condition., For'Intorinatt'n 'telephone.No. ] 1, same by proving property. and .payingI for return to Journal office.,,I&7S- 19 S.: PalafOi. 3 as. S. NIcolau 306 THIESEN, BUILDtCM t I j[ Ceo Frt.Pensacola. Fla.

Wr3.hL Ifeb 51. : I expenses. B. .\. Davis, city. Ueb 27janlw Prop.

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rAuEtCHT. THE PENSACOLA. FRIDAY MORNING -

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$1,000,000: 'mining' milkIng 1' I i eI.- ,' _
ing company; Co.


There's a Charm 1WEEKlY RETIEW 'Ok1! )and bona'()smelting ll-$40,000mill City-"company.'Telephone and.system.nger el2>a-.. Y "old jQS" I McMillan" Bros.. 1 :""HE WAS THE MAINSTAY OF HIS PARENTS."


.tor companj. *"'-"- ; ;: :-.Sk8.U'1; I IL2I'hebesf 4 ,You'\9 oftn seen this expression in connection with th4
Ciyde-'felePhOne ,sytejiu I
unexpected death of a young pian.I .

About Properly : OF SOUTHERN I pany.KIn.fishtr-UOOO South. ,Carolina.hardware com of dr I A POLICY IN THE EQUITABLE


TailoredCLOTHES : Spartanburg--Concrete block fact --,., I- "the best, I Would' t>0. a. great bulwark to the old people: at such. a
(
t jtorj. I "tjnr;. Young man. insure berdaj!
Florence-Electric power plant; M, BILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. .
INDUSTRIES grain
bottling works. :'I ',. I I Insurances KnowSes PrAC Gen't ,At5

Bristol-Pump Tenneasee.factory;' $40,000. mining is none I Fire, LtI ; u. Pensacola

company. 'i I[ J
Just take a man out of ill-fit too good -- ,'.....mamt
New Corporations Formed in DixieLand Ke?nbtirs;-$3,000;) brick works. ,
ting clothes him into
j and: put
SmJt.1v II J-$::>.fOO' hardware com k1k71rYi; .
; ---- -- -- -
properly tailored ones, andyoull for"old joe. -
Naval Stbres.
[ During the Week pan .;::s:
the ,
hardly Know him for 1:
naval
Columbia-Phosphate mines! (near). ,Savannah, Ca., Feb. 1.-Ths ::
*- same man. Nashville-40,000 buggy and vehicle : scrupulous care; old time stores market clO$?d, today.as. follows: I FEN8AOOLA ,

Try it yourself on a Midwinter Just Passed. I factory;. grain elevator; $100,000 distillingmethods; expert Tfnn n n.J.P .. ;6 J5WG. :
Suit. development company. '" ./ ,.. .';" ...f .. 610M I Iron I Works and Supply Co. f I
; Chattanooga T nn., Peib. 1.-Reports Campb-iU:Ills -' .Tols honet attention; proper age. re N. .. .. ,..' ;'. .: .. -: .. '.. .. s5 '
We've every weave, rough I to Tae Tradssman show that I change. suIt: a perfect ,whiskey' i ',.. ... %.- 535 : ., Manufacturers' and Repairers of j

: and smooth finish and so many : 137 new industries of importance! Lou Ion-$20,000 ho iery ,mill. .I it couldn't bear an old .' ... 510I. .' MACHINERY AND BOILERS $
- good colorings that choosing is I were established in the southern Straw Plains-Te:ephone: company. l ... .' 440 FORCINGS. "MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 5
: a pleasure. states during the. week ending Jan. Crockett's Mill-Stave factory. I joe" label if it wasn't. .11... .. :::, ..' ..' x." ..3 87k- STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY g

: 31. Of this number the capitahza- Texas, JO.I ...','. .360 ;: prompt attention given to all orders day or alght i
I tion of 91 is given as a total of $9.232- Fort Worth-$100,000 land and lum full measure-convenient package IF.. .. '.:3 55E McK & Co.'s ce.ebrated and Timber Agent
.. 'for James r Log Doss aj! 2
; $10 to $22.50 i 500. x>r an average of JI0 .455. The ber company; $25,000; manufacturing reasonable price-sold everywhere"b&b" .'. 3 50 G Chains of'ail descriptions.: &

remalu'ng! 46 new !'ndnstrles do not I company; $125003 lumber company. D. .. .. .. 3 50 Office..P ion. 123.. PHil. WITTMAN,. Mgr. i
I report their authorized, capitalization, Jacksonville-$50,000 ice! and .cold: ,f! C. ".3 47He "; .. _Residence_ PHone 1029. P. O. Box 123. ::
: RaIncoats. .... .$12.00 to $28.00 but basing U on the avcrajs .above j j Storage; company. atlanta : glJrl: s/T\lrpen : 65 cnt3. (
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=L':3%: s:' "
Overcoats .. .$10.00 to $20.00 stated: ," the grand total capitalization : Grovaton-UbaOO 'light and power: '.. \.i

Shoes.. .. ......$2.50 to, $6.50 I of th! 137 new i industries! Is seen to1 1 compan .. I 1 1I AUSLEY &.co..s REPORTS -. .. -.
be 13899430. The accompanying Part Lavaca-$30,000' rice. and irrIgation ..- 1I I Lverooi! Cotton Market.
list indicates; the character of caca: company_ I -" - I .. :. mOIl"J

new concern, and the location and Latkin-$1t1.000 oil company; sawmilL p. Feb._.:....:.':.......................&.74
will be found interesting and valuable I ibb.-Ms,.::,;-.';,........._ .57457i l
In studying the trend of industrial de-( Marshal'!-$20.000' ( lumber company., r I aLzp.-A 1.1.1.:: ......................,.......... i I'AU'SLEY COMPANY!
,, w ...... ... SM
The John '
White Store velopnvent the south. It will be noticed Beaunx>nt-JlO.OuO rice: and canal ?
that \ of the companies i $10,000 .ice .:: ...... .............5.14I.Ic
several i
company; company. : D:::. .:::......:;.:.............680 ,
Sp.ciall.I In ...'. W_,, have authorized c ptaliz'atlon! of a i Galveston-$30,000 building and ,!
, j, ... ...... ........... *..fc881 COMMISSION BROKERS \
million dollars each ant: below that loan company; $30,030 pietal.c; pack- ; .1ut-&r.euIr...." ,
205-207 S. Palafox Street. r -
figure found number with a1 log .
manufacturing
are a convpany : t' .teethe it&ber ..864S. 4
Phone 225.Nick's half million and down to $100 001.) Flores>ville-Canning factory. Oion K!ov.ui1s-r ................. .......6..4 .
The list which Is verified In every d-!: Houston-. $50,000 lumber company; 4'rt... N'J'b'ni.r.D; iul.tr .................. ..... | 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. *
tail is an eloquent silent witness as i par wheel foundry; ; $100,000 war I PesobtrJi.uiiry ........ ................-- 4> .
to the great things that are being dons house company. 'verpoul::: 3.t. x
in bringing out the values of southern Oakhur3tlachlne shop.' yorkCri;;; | Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,, and Chicago. j
.
'
fore3ts and mines and in manufac-: P cos City Telephone company.El Nw Market "'.. ., ,
turing tie various products from cot' Campo-$15.000 ice and light DR. J.H MOCK OoN!!' Hilt 1 Ln\r C:o*
. Buffet and ton. The army of new.saw mills cot I' p'ant. .1i.--. .. ... !: TONSTOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS !
ton mills zinc and lead companies, Dallas-$15,000 lumber r br V1".: ,.....1-C9 1069 1068 1008 ,
iron and coal foundries company.. DENTAL SURGEON. Mtico'......... ....10*) 10W loS 10. II t *
Restaurant companies, ; Virginia. A.1..U:...'.......... .....;. ...... ..... ..... | Bought'and Sold on Margin or for Investm nt. :
electrical
companies etc.. will showat Alexandria-$30,000 _auto and wagon
Crown and Bridge Work a Sclalty.PaInless MAy... ...".......,1093 1103, 10.88 1140
a glance that the south is taking; i works; $50.000 developmeu'eompany.Norfolk$25 Juue.u........ ...;. -..... ,.... ..... 2
Is the only place of Its advantage of its 'opportunities with 000 land company Extracting, of Teeth. Jell ;..&..:........ 11.0t 11.1' 10.95 11.1 : Reference: First National and Peoples! BuU Phone 1173
kind in Pensacola, In fact much greater persistence! and intelligence -j I Roanoke $100,000 construction 28i/ S. Palafox St. A'nst.....:;-..........: ..... ..... ,.. *
It la than Is generally supposed by.. company; $40,000 woolen mill; $10,000 .7 and 9 Old Armory Building. Sestember: ..... -... ..... ...........- ........... ..... ........t.............4.
the residents of other sections. These|: brick and ston* company; $50,000 development Phone 1077.SHIPPING 1 October:..........10.a5 10.38 103) 1037Xor
facts also point thernoral that where: company. '.! A Pride to I ........' .Stead,.
such Industrial activity is in progress 'Wisa-$50000 coal ani cok3 com- t
: there are naturally many opportunities m&nufactjiring company.New' New York Spots. 11.33
-.. Pensacola. as yet unexploited in which rich Bern-Stave factory. : Again, Under the

harvests may be reaped. by investorsyet Oklahoma. NEWS Chicago Wheat.Grain Market. LEWIS" HOUSE Management of
J to com Stone-Gin, milling and telephone
Larger cities cannot Open High Low Clo.e ,
The Tradesman's. list for the week corn pany. Mrs.HelenLewisNew
- boast of a better equipped; Is follows 3fay_.W1* 84*; 84*. 84 iJoly
as ; Chandler15.000 hardware
place. The service Is the com, .-KJH:! b8 i Kfi 13H:
. best Alabama. pan)'._ I Cleared. RP lntcd Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated.
that can 1>9 had.
. Russ!llville-$10,500 stone company.: Sayre-$50.000 syrup and pickle Vanadis Nor bk,."Peters, for Pay '
Tuscaloosa-Dry kiln. : Corn. Especially. Convenient: for Transient Trade.
company. I sander with 28.000. fl./t sawn timber.: ,
Nick Apostle Propt'] \ldbile-fSOOOQ Investment com-I Hobart: -$10,000 "oJl and gas com 313.000 s ft lumber )s,499s.ft, pickets. Open high Low CloeJolj -OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT PENSACOLA
May..........."'U ". 44'j 4'441 Ui:; FLORIDA.
P3ny. pany. \ ; I Sailed. ___........4.j% '44 44Neyo
Sslma-$50,000 land company. Headrlck-Telephon")35'stem."Cherokee Hornfels Genss,_ fpr ..Hamburg.Kirkeswald _
l\lontgome1'-$10,000 carriage com -$16.000 elctrlcal corn- Ger :Rotterdam. -- -
ss/Jor
pany.: I' pan>. \ York Stock Market. -. ""' '' ''''''''''''''''.O++'''..''.....
... .. Open Close i :
Albjrtville-$5,000 warehouse Indianhoma! -$15,000 .
mining
com- com VESSES Ut PSRT.' Southern Pacific...........? C9l{ 63
pany.Greensboro-Development company.I. pany.Lynchburg )$50,000 development I :8teamshlpLBeta ... .M..115;? 114 I Oar Batter Eggs and Produce
Ger ss, Bert 1019 Stettin toP A. *R- ? ltoli 148 f i ii
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Birmingham-$50000 iron bedstead : company. _. "
I ?nsacola Lumber Co. Atcn. 93: toAR ?. I
factory. West Point-Telephone system. Gracia Span Cienfue- ...........;.:............ 168.i 1 .
ss Ruiz 2021.
1r Demopolis-:Coffin factory. Richmond-$100,000 foundry .and I to Gulf Transit U.R T...,.... ,SSli *8ia r.1 I .. : Suggest th,rolling .meadows: ti'e country farm aol: the! fertile J
Arkansas. machine shop. I gas Co. & 0_.'.. ns i iw" fields. These things"are being received almost daily and *
.i : Sear )$30,000 hardware company.StephensTelephone West Virginia.., I' Iluera.Kirkswood Helslnberg.. Swed Ss7 Sciel! 1423, Erie!: ...... .48c.y.I 4&. I : corns from farms taat know how to produce them almost to *
Parkersburg *.. 75 J 76IT. perfection. Like all things in this excellent %
$50,000
f Fort Smith sj stsm. investment, Br ss, Larson: 2095 Lon!I S..... ..45u.s. ,4*! *
; 1QTS $100,000-$25,000 medicine factory company.Wlliiamson$15,000' don. .. preferred.............. 112''' 113 "
.; vinegar 'and pickle: factor distillery Kingswood.: Nor ss, Olsen 1209 R.S..,.-. 34?; 85 1 Stock .of Groceries ,, ,; :
"; ) Wheeling-$10,000 construction com Havana to S. P. Shelter Co. L.& N.- W S4 152 4,
$9Q0 $4s0i Yellville-$100,000 mining company.pany pany. Secunda-' Br ss, Donnelson 1309'I' Lead.......................... b9 ,8'1-! They are fit for the best (ablss and .:will be appreciated! by .
:Hinton-$10.000 flour and grist mill. Tenereiffe to WiSKejser Co. J.G ............. ......:..:..... Ij4 Ij.j : } those who. know what good food fs.; Quick"] 'delivery. Will) .
i Georgia. B:>ekle>"-$10.000 bottling works. Venus Bras, Bdmands., 2017 West D.O._,...,........-.......... &' 50:'" t. be glad to hue ydui' order .- > tl4WG
i Athens-'Brick works. Meriden-$5,000 supply company. Hartlepool.yjvina. Can.Pac...................... 12 IjlN. :* .
iTT Atlanta-$10,000 building company. .Y.C.......................-151 151i!
;Augusta-$70,000 cotton compress.!!" .' Span, ss. Bsstza.Ii83. .Uve P.O ..?...................... itO" tw:'4 I I n LAZ I A 053 VThe.PPular :
Sparta-Cotton mill Any skin itching is a tempertester.Th pool to Gulf Transit 'Co. R.D.G........................: Klli HlH Phone 183 UM W\ O T Grocer.. ..
more you scratch the worse it Wermland Swed $tj, Anderson 1473 .... .......... ..... .
r .. :. : : III: .
S.P
l85i. ?
Dawsonville-Saw mill.Waycross$230.000 itches. Dean's Ointment cures pile, Tampico to Pens% colaa .Lumber So. is.!............................ a5'4 %?i ...44. ..................44c .s44444sj .. .............

i r railroad jshops. eczema-any. skin Itching At all'! Ship.. 8 R............................ flJi **i ..
Indian Territory. ; drug stores. Avon Ital,eblp, Avegno 1501 Genoato IT.C.L.-.................... is is: -
; \\'nnewood-:8,000 water works. Rosasco Bros. Ptlnna.......................:. in4 141 I :+................................ .. ......... ..:

J ii r CHAS.BLUM&CO ogee-Railro.d shops. Casanova Ital 'bkAvegno.. 1069.I U P................. ._ 1MA4* '1MT'/ .
Kentucky. I A GENTr. MAN'S TASTE IS BEST Genoa. :::: .:: : .

{ J: 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. Boles-Flouring mill. SUITED WITH A Elvira,. Port ship, Rodnques, 1488 Ausley &, Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. !
f JACKSONVILLE FLA. Owenboro-ftower plant. | Lisbon to oidr. With
Gas
}
r Waterheater
__ __ Irvine-Saw mill plaining mill and Barm.Adele. New York Feb. 1.-LIverpoofdd i a i:
considering -
veneering mill.WinchesterLumber I CERTIFIED CHECK >Swed bk. Janse 596,'Havana exceedingly well this morning
and manufacturing Due Ital bk the heavy decline in our market *
f. Morris Dannheisser Cuigmi Olivan, 123S: ,: "
, company. j I Sc CIGAR. Genoa to order. jesterday. ,
I : .You have hot awl r alvrajs ready-nor tiresome wait af *
ML Sterling-Electric light plant. _
1 (Formerly of Dannhelsser Bros.) All the Kittvcna! : Dan. bk;, Pedersen 765, Spots in the English market were I
I qualities of fia
LouisvPle-$30OOQ ice and cold ror aroma BahaiProtldenza. sales : ter meals for Jlshwater, to heat; the bath ready at an? *
r Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine color and reduced; 13 points on of 15,000
: :: Wines. Beer and Tobacco. storage plant.HardlnsburgGran.. embodied in it goo material is ,, Ital bk. Olresc 11S5., bales cables. reporting a heavy bus-I: : hour: It Is an"ideal home 'comfort--and' on which ou .
'
elevator.
Tonio. Ital bit. Tonino. 1032. Genoa.. ness done. Futures were off : would not. do without for ten tim?s the monay after once :
f Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty Lawrenceburg-$17,300 electric light Genoa to master. :; to 7 points but later heavy selling'orders *
usl
:n Will 1o: glad to have call
I t 12 W. Zarragossa Street. company A. Greenhut & Co. Thomas Ital bk; Lano. 803. Naples 'I! cam? from this,sidj of th :water J you and see hIhl') J

i PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. Loirsian! :DISTRIBUTORS.PENSACOLA.I I Yenadis, Nor bk, Pettersen,. Maran-; which forced prices down another : ere: operated :

fo __, __ V'l'port-$500.000, oil company FLORIDA.: Lan to order. .: : i S points, closing easy'and quiet. ,, : .
St. Bernard- Saw mill (near). -
f fI : Schooners. t Our markets opened some 8to 10 :
Abbeville$15,009 Ice and :_. I
: cold Horatio I* Bakr. Am sch, :\lol r.!' points lower' ani sold ,don still fnr- > *
storage plant.. j 720 Lasua to J. A. Merritt & Co. |( ther on catching! : some large orders, ;, .
I I. THE MOST Floyd- aw mill. ) but the majority of the traders took i I PensacoSa Gas Company :

i : I New Orleans-$150,000 brewery; 1- t Renders the bile more fluid- ,and thus the, view that the' decline had cone:; I

f BECOMINGCLOTHES $100,000$24,000 flectrlcal machine! I''Supply works.l.ogansportI0.000\ company; ] helps the blood to flow; it affords; far ,enough and some disposition to i i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. i
I I lumber SEEDflSUCCEED t prompt: relief from biliousness indigestion -I support the market around pnsmt1prices :

pany. com-i iCuedan sick an! nervous headaches,'( %a$ in evidence. ...........................................t.. ......
; f I It -$3,000 gin and and overindulgence In food and drink.I, T fte'of gOqd reaction Is due after a"
milling : G. I* CaMwe'l.!! Agt.M. K. and T. R.i d over 100 points goes with.. -
company. t. i iWinfleld : R Checotah. Ind. T- writes out saying and we hardly how
WHICH April see
i t I --Electric light ,and
; THAT WERE I ; power I I 118. 1903: "I was sick for over two values can go much I lower without it.:
plantbngstree$15.000 I '
I fyoars with enlargement of the' )liver There are absolutely no spots offerIng -
.
[ I lumber com and spleen The doctors did me no : for sale, )jet at th3 same time SPECIAL BARGAINS
EVER MADE pany. I FOR A FEW DAYS
-
.Mississippi.Meridian v I good; and had ;given up all hope of, there'am& inquiries! from every quar .
machine i being cured, when my jruggist advised -,; ter. Tha( there .is an. immense short .
Canning
: FORMAN 1 pany. com I, j me to use Herblne. It has made, interest in, the' 'market can plainly be
ms sound and well." 50c. So d by, a.l, seen and any atterrut at liquidation
Scranton and mill. :
gaw shingle
To our modest druggists. : on, the part if these holders must The large"and commodious two-story dwelling
you very
lIattlf'sbllrg-$1.000OIQ ;
I 1 prices may seem to stan: -$50,000 car foundry.Blloii When You'Buy f force prices mufch higher. It was re- !' situated at 314 West Belmont street withservant's
gas company. 1
*f I New Suits Filed. ported In some of the papers of j-rs-1'
out ]Ilka great big Interrogation -
i points after such St. Louia '$150,000 Missouri. manufacturing I, Get the Best. ; .t I The following:jiew suits were ftl.M'' terday; that Mr. Price'',had bought inj I quarters in the yard, lot

'f a statement. But- ; $45,000 coal and ice yEsterday in the office. of the clerk of i I over 60,000 bales of short cotton. We.j. 80x180 feet? if sold at once, at $5250
company company It's the Cheapest in the End. the circuit court: I f doubt :this _seriously, as W bel.ev3l; I II $1250
; $20,000 foundry and machine; cash' balance: in 1 2 3 and 4 at
that the liquidation of years
:r J. D. Waters vs :Louisa Boras, bill]j I ; any such an j
; "Seeing isBelieving" I I shops; $10,000 leather company; $12.-:. for partition; Leslie E. Brooks attor-I amount of abort cotton would have' six per cent interest.
[ 500 manufacture .
company: plumbers
:: I i.ey for plaintiff., put Valusa materially higher, yet for;, .'

.: : supplies.Columbia-$100000 Investment I' Landreth'sNew W. A. Watts, et al"s.l V. D. Gamlin -. several da 's' there has ben nothing: Comfortable five-room cDttage situated at 914
company et al, injunction;' Maxwell & but declines to be seen I

{I and "Feel'ng is the naked I Carthage; $15.000-M'nes.construction! company. I Reeves attorney for plaintiff. cotton 'statistically, is in a much, East Jackson. street; must go at once *.

truth. Drop In and see Kansas City-$250,000 I Raucher &; Witten Tobbacco Co., stronger position than at any time: at JI2UUEasy
l these Suits, Ovrcoats I If' manufacturing -'' a corporation, 'VS. The Lewis Bear Co., during :the present s!a3on. Pure bear;; .
and Cravnette. teal the company $lOO 000 manufacturing' a corporation, damage ,$500,00; 'S manipulation and not actual' conditions -i ,. terms i1d( ired. ,. '

;';' ftbrlc--:TEe finer. The company; $600,000 cotton mill.Joplln Crop .Pasco,. Jr..attorne1or; plaintiffs. have forced prices to their present' -; .
-$100,000 tine and lead "
f; fit! The <*ur! iTheSwing: ? company lereL! We do not for a moment' -
[' -).our (')';s must t:'ll jcu L Lf ; $12,000 concentrating plantUOO.OOQ :- t: ..'t f. 'N- ,.I believe that the bull side of the affair .a:
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zinc and lead
: company? $30- ,. intend to allow this to ;
_they're bjst by test. See go mucn
'! what $1250 wIn, do. A 000 mining lead: and znc! company: ; $140,000 Just Received. TERSLYTOLDI.. ,. furtfier they are in a position to* HOOTON & WATSONLEADING

t ten spot pu'ls stron? toot t company.North Carolina.Tysor's | BUSINESS' LOCALS. # :I grasp* 'the opportunity nr'nute itj;

-" -come and see please q k .- ,* I shows itse1fand, we are Inclined; t" ESTATE AGENTS
'. Mnl-Saw mill. *************WHW* >**#* f5McKlazIe I think this is not far off AND INSURANCE

Charlotte Selma -Supply company Oerting ft_ co., wholegalj' Wfj do not advice selling short under < -

Ii Iif. Goldsboro-Contracting$l,000.iOO(| land company.and tlmfcer the and only retaM first-class ship chand'ers&n4 hoasa of the grocers kind,: such:: conditions. : -'!

t W. A. D'Aleiriberte
H. 0, ANSON !comr ny..BseoeCotton mill. in PeoBa. ol.- Fair )."e *"to alL Order Y'o'U.r' -

gg.Eggs' Eggs
Fayltt3vIll.Raleh.KinstonSilk Druggist and Apothsctry f ,' C V. THOMPSON baa: Just opened *. I ICE COAL and WOODConsumers'

1 f. CASH CLOTHIER mlu.' 'fresa lIne. of' beautiful bos: papers fresh, Guaranteed Tennesses Eggsat I .
S iiknrer-$6,000 lumber company. Telephone 109/ suitable for Christmas precei/s. Also *&. 0 per crate.i .

t' Comer Pilafox and Mala. VlnstonSalem1,000,000 tobacco Palifu' crepe papers. Passepartout plcturbindhi ". ED. M. POOLEV.Wholesale ,Iceland Fuel Company.
(121 South Street. <.
I"pany. I I > :. purses Canstmas. cardi, etc. Commission- Dealer. ,. Offlt :- Corner:_Chtie. _and. Tarra-ona. Phone 259 A
1 Lawton-$150,000 mining and smelt. ISdec.. Phoae 112, 2feb2t. -
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