The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"Latest..-- Tenegraplltnc'News-- Servite-Porggn"; ; and ''PoitiesticFiurnishedby-'II: _, : The -Associated Preset.Hfi .

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DEMANDS RECOMPENSE 'I FOUND Crew Abandoned Vessel and Took
Increasing Powers of Interstate FOR THE:LOSS OF PANAMA i-I OfFICERS fs

Commission. *nr By Associated.,..-...:..- Press. #.**. STAN to Life Boat, Being Picked 'k

*t'f: ba:Washington has again renewed Feb a.-,her Columit de- '#1- > Up After Two Days

*i maad<< for recompense from tha NEWlY MAD[

\11ILLIAM\' R. HEARST i. United States because of tbe1. Chief Engineer of Panama
*> separation of
Panama The # BY THE
.'1last application! was submitted: 3 Canal Defends Action in B.F. SUTTER

to Secretary Root recently by # A

Senor Diego Mcndoza. In general : ; Resigning. GRAVE
Upon Acceptance
L longratulated *
terms ir is similar'! to the *I
Boat Foundered to Pieces
presentment originally made : Shortly
of His Measure. Secretary Root has the not & :

under consideration but *t is # REFERRED TO 'VIOLENT ATTACK" ?, t After Striking.

'' be'iovedk'nothins! ba's occurl'd'J, ON HIM LAST JUNE:: BY s ;' But After Digging Down About
FRESENT BILL GOES FAR BEYOND -, to change t the position: original :;
I I Iy taken by the Rate department ;{- SECRETARY:: TAFT AND MR. Four Feet Found Remains VESSEL WAS CARRIED 'ON THE
DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS f *' in this malt s
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I I that ihe United States is in no CROMWELL-WALLACE, SAYS 1 %t,, h'f I ofaDog. ALACRAN REEF BY NORTH.
BILL' OR ESCH-TOWNSEND: :I way responsible for the
I,1,1- tion of Panama. epara ;#; HE HAD UNDOUBTED RIGHT'.TO WEST WINDS, AND WAS SOON
Considerable excitement was crestetl
SION-LAMAR HEARTILY CONGRATULATED -I yesterday afternoon when report
:- i l i reached the police station that a new- BOUND FOR FALMOUTH WITH
AT CLOSE OF HIS : [i-man's( grave had been discovered in
I By Associated Press. I the extreme northern section of tho CARGO OF) MAHOGANY. ,

ADDRESS l tits and from appearances it,: had ,I -. .-. '
Wash ngtou. Feb. : -John Findly ; ,.
I SENSATION N NI Wallace, former chief engineer;: of tw! ; L, ..-. been m existence only a few. days. ,, ,' :
of murder and
... IBIG Isthmian canal ommhsion, today tea;! ". \' -: Of cours thoughts When the fishing schooner l3./F. Su*
other immediately began to
Special to The Journal. tified before the senate:: committee oii ter reached port yesterday afternoon ,

tt' i1'ttrol1. Feb. ;Representative) | interocsamc canals which is invstt-1 I.i.,gt':! '; flow through the with brains the of repot those nun that, she brought in the crew of the bark-
-i ; t were acquainted :
lA i,, ., okt toddY advocating: giving IN TIE U.U Sj i gating Panama canal: affairs. lie re' : ; had been mad!, and Captain entine Genesta. which was wreckedon
.. ''IF 'f. at Commerce Commission I laced the details of hit selection a.t i' 7.Ky L. left at once for the scene. Up.Frankl i Alacnm Reef in the Gulf of Mexi-

p?' '01 i r-gulate railroad rates and chief ensn er and said he made ai '. riving there be found the 'grave 8uilafter C.ten days since The crew is compnosh
protest, especially against what b? I I of eight men and they were
nnil substitute a just and rea- probing with a strick struck'thejody
called the red tape methods: and multiplicity picked up by the Sutter after beingat
.tI"pi iy aie far rate* con Icnined bymssiin of something.
matters. He th->n read a.tlt'mmL Ilea two days m an open boat.
,. and
He at procured a spade
'' "" a:> unjust anduareaU' once
SENATE long ;: : : The crew had rather a rough experience
,. .. for the. course of five or ten s'workl'rl
He firm spoke of the "Violent at. shoveling 1rt in after leaving the barkentlne.
i| _t iihe pr".R'nt bill'go far h- tack up,>n ma which Secretary Taft and the as the small boat was buffeted about
order to reach body.
,e.n 1'14' lemocratic caucus bill of I Mr., Cromwell gave; to the newspapjrJ' Finally ha reached the object but by the waves day and night, and her:
., and far bevond the repubL did not know but
--nn that at
during lat; Jnn, and asked that judg. any moment
COUNT BONI Ce when It was! lifted from the grave the
%L F '1 Townsend bill of tho last I Caused by Mr. Patterson's t Resolution meat of that attacL.: bo suspended until : CASTELLANE.t officer was chagrined to find that all the frail craft would' go to the bottom .

-I i htwo bill left out all I Ion 'i he had an opportunity! to explainswhy i By Associated Press. t tc arrange a reconciliation before allowing -of his work had been done to unco- First Mate William Andrews who

none: .>f private car lines, terminiljard I Ia Relative 'to Rights of it Nag uncalled for and unjusf-' Paris eb.OountE"iS Jloni Di the suit to proceed.It ,e: the body .of a dog which some pea was seen yesterday afternoon, stated
l ln
.' the evils of both. Th! > fiabl!"., He declared the only basis for CastcJlane, formerly Miss Anna Gould is reported that the judge's; efforts -!son had bllri d. lie replaced the body: that the experience was one of rfie

!!ha-: : I. Senators the.attack was a diffrE'nce' of OHllionl! today cntert'd- a.plu f,r divorce. were unsuccessful" ana:) that the i covered it up again and returned' to worst of his career although he hal
:: '' between them "as to my right to decide Representatives: of Ihecountess andcount
11* ,: ig.nn, *t both of these evils. Tilt: for myself' when I thought the appeared before tL )udb c ..t-.r I I the secrecy in divorce proceedings << loaded with a cargo of mahogany

-TV!31! /)..11.tJ". : Hepburn bill aWj )! I welfare of the .enterprise and my o\1n.according tf) French law., endeatorej:l i ij difficult confirm the report. to.1 was bound from Laguna.
milT By Associated Press REVIVALAT Mexico for Falmouth and had been
1'1' 11 j; iean.t; the iniquitous : j welfare justified me in resigning my I
I' 'I** >"vu i. Neither! the democra-i "Washington Feb 5.-Senator Pat posit,on." J out only a short time when fhe was M

'" 'a1lbiU\ of last >'er" nor the terson of Colorado caused a sensation "My nppointmnt," hp added "nam COMMERCE COMMISSION MILLVIEW caught by 'strong northwest wind

mpt'iesn>. :: E*ch-Townsend bill curd in the senate to-day by introducing ed no :length of tin '? I was to hold'it., : And refusing to answer to the helm:

'has "11. The Hearst bill of lastyeai a resolution relative to the rights and I wall likely to he dismissed at was carried on the dangerous AUcran

tired: LMr of senators: voting op treaties. The any moment by telegraph.: Such: : !{REPORT TRANSMITTED Reef upon which many vessels! ,have)
hU conratutilli resolution recitavthe action of the ; ; t tr
Lamar in spe-ch "> *' Jbelngth9 t'aCJo>}beli2vedihen: and: br J- Special to The Journal.
Hearst' that iri'oifae democratic 'caucu31Mn: dicl'aitnp\ { lf"l iow .. .
.t : m.R lieve it undoubted
i no-v was my per Milfvlew, Feb. 5.-The big mSetjngs
of' .
\' : 'me h"1 av"a vindication of -the'oto be cast in plain violation! sonal riht to resign whenever 1 IN" RESPONSE TO. RESOLUTION OF THE HOUSE REGARDING ILLEGAL conducted by Evang5list Kegel at
h:, nli! 'I' laSt by witnessing; now the spirit and intent' of the constitution : -' thought it to provide
year necessary! do so. Millview creating interest that arI
; that each member of the R. R. WITH OTHER
>' dibhran and democrats en- } work I
i r@: ? took abundant care that inl! far surpasses any description. Tremendous -
iif a bill 1 containing!; nearly all ol 'was entitled to vote according to hia I m). charge; would suffer no harm bY' LINES IN VIOLATION OF LAW.' crowds attend 'm htly and '-
'n> sons! of the Hear bin; r! conscience and that any attempt to "
pro coerce him was an invasion of the my resignation.! -- each night a number of converts are I
i" \ ""a mad .
\ti,' '!amar declared the bill undejus rights of states; that the senator permitting do- Messengers in Uniforms.The I Dy Associated Press. # containe! .* in,the annual report of railroad "klillview is indeed proud to have intier
himself be coerced
>. ".11 was still Imperfect. In sev- to so : Washington, 1 P'Ph- President : companies from which the follow midst so noted and able a preacher.
st' (13" 'i-ularJj He wild he wouldK gads his state and his high office.11r. messengers; ;; of the Postal -Taie-' Roosevelt to-day: 'transmitted' to the; ing facts were compiled: (

'- -it am"nd it at the proper time Tillman objected to the consideration graph COIllpany'apC'ared! yesterday house the report: suamltted to him by The Pennsylvania! R. R. Co., has authorized A noteworthy feature is the beautiful 4 I
; thea of the resolution excepting asa moning in new uniforms of blue, and the Intt'rstatcCommerce Com.mlIcn" capital stock of four bund1'.l! A1
adiliiii am 'ndmnts covering; singing! which is in charge of Mr.
matter of personal privilege. Mr presented quite a neat appearance'as: in resolution of which three hund.}
ifi, :trop of fre ght and furnish-: response to a regarding million over and-Mrs. Davis. Tae- anthems duets
Patterson declared it was; not sll they answered calls from various por- an alleged' combination of the and two million has been issued This
u to all o\s equal fonts be
per on and solos, once heard can never
gay notice that he would discuss tions of the city. The Postal Companyhas Pennsylvaia Railroad Company and company appears to control, and is
II |later am ; cnernng ( forgotten and are of. the very best
m the coal fiells of Penmjl, the resolution to-morrow, decided to uniform all of their other certain roads, in violation! of the understood to control the lines embraced musical selections. I
Apparently Senator Patterson's ac- messengers and hereafter those employed -' anti-trust ]jaws. in the Pennsylvania! system so
Ana in behalf of ih- independent ::\lillvi is indeed undergoing agreat
ton was unexpected on the part of a by the local office will wears The report pays the onlY' definite called which; used ,>Uo incluie: tht
operator( coal miners and ta" public I change, into religion. -The evangelist
tfID".ral1.. majority of the senators and thpy the regMlfction uniform. :i fats ,known to the commission! ar- Pennsylvania R. R. Co.. the! Pennsjl-r '
listened attentively as the reading of will continue with us every

lip i.amar was heinilv consratuatej ; the rather Ions preamble progres -. --- -.;: -- -I night this; week and Sunday, morning'

b< both democrats and repub- and evidently not a little concerned.It at 10 o'clock. The churches in the

.. ans a' tae clone of |the session.: It l is expected that democrats generally surrounding communites! are takingan .

I will resist the adoption of the t active part. The Sunday school ,

MEriBERS FIND FAULT i. resolution and that the rep ;J>1icar scnri.rr '" F at Union Hill has changed its hour l ,t
Patterson's HYp for next as to take advantage -
WITH THE RATE BILL will sustain. Mr. feRr Sunday so 4 4'-
tention G of this great opportunity to heart

from personal! interest ia Mr, the evangelist '
As-Ide: .rPoi.tcrKa'
I First Mate
Wm. Andrews.
By Associated Press. Pattsrton's politic 1 fortunes, the re-c- Do not fail to hear this talented I _. j -
ish'agton.. Fh 5.-Conslderab'efau lotions raises a ilw question as to the I speaker while the opportunity lasts. -- -- -- -

!' was found with the railroad rate rights of senate1! generally In all It was only a short apace of time }

b'll! m The house today considering probability several days will! elapse J after the vessel became stranded before -
'hr i f,11 Is settled. THE CUSHMANPROPERTY she was almost pound: to pieces _
; :ii at it U the measure of both before the question
)! '. The master and crew remained
pal .. : Before tbe question came up < onboard
Mi had given notice of a spesc-j M' until they saw that it was useless
I Linleneld! of Maine, opined Bacon GR DEALIT
to remain and endeavor'
that it is probaVeMr. longer to -
lhda with whirlwind 10Whll'h for tomorrow.so
a speech Patterson' speech will be Jvponed 'Mt- i save the ship, s<> a life boat with nautical
'II i tinted out the drastic and t.
.. Wednesday.Mr : 1 instruments and provisions onboard i
fir until
i r a" nmg effect of its provisions.
succeeded, during the was launched and the men
Th Galllnger WILL *
ronll1Jlu 'he sad.! had
gone '
the fixing of date rowed toward an island, where they
In::-b l 'day in securing
other than !ciinmonui -
the president r tiie shipping' bill, the IN NEAR FUTURE. went ashore. This was barren territory -.
and much furtaer than h3 1 I for voting named on b'ing> Wednesday. February however, and after staying there it
*:- willicto so.Mi {I hour .' for one day they again took to the life ,
5 o'clock.
<;sienor, of Ohio, ridicule t I 14 at !I '
boat and pet out some port. After
: Mr Tillman presented and the senate The purchase of the Cushman prop
rv afi'Srd' !f
popular demand for legis- for two days they were sightedby
adopted; a resolution calling: on the erty by F. F. Bngham: and associate.., rowing
11>un 'i.irLed; flaws in the con truc-!I! general for information ato ? as notel in Sunday's Journal will the B. F Sntter. as that ,vessel was
IOn l'f he bli'' complained' becau if : postmaster ) clerks kills bouna: for the Campecbee snapper
of improvements In
: the number man a gnat many
:ameiament, would be allowed and banks. Upon learing the circumstances
railroad accidents during: the ,i>3Stfive
,in that part of the city if the plans of
ariud I
with a statement that he asking how many the men were taken aboard
ales the all carried out,
years purchasers are I II I
*"':!'illo his best to get tbe bill out;: in the postil! ; that vessel, which continued on ercour.e
are now used actual price for the
: steel cars The paid property
a 'h. house at the earliest ssiblo: fatalities for the 'fishing,; ground
p 'whether the
: service, and I was ?27, 0000, and Mr" lungham's '
"I'mf'm which was taken to mean Jn those cars as 1:1 She remained there for six d/s +
great: {
i have been so; ; associates iA the purchase ,were
.a nt' would vote for it, |1 making her catch and then set sail
others. Henry Hyer. J. W. Hyr and HenryM.
r"D other sp'cch-M were made all i for nsacola with the shipwreckedcew
\ irmbprs who gilt vote for the bill.IOung : /-c-WILL DIRLCIO $ Yon e. These gentlemen intendto on board, reaching here late :',60- ,
T2oo1 have what is known as Cusraman"s afternoon. The men are being'
these was Congressman La- [ OF o TAKECAi terday
tal i of Fionda.. kiLLDONV STUIYGI, : atY Alley pared and lighted and to cared for here until th-. owner of '
i iK. make a business: str-'t of it. The k
otJ NOW the wrecked barkentine can ))1.\. acquainted ,
WEDDING DAYBy -i present beddings on the alley will not with the fate of the vessel. ,

OF I only be improved but several new, The barkentine went to pieces.completely -
H. WILL GO ones will be erected and It U expected ] l before the crew ,loft:! 'and the ,

Associated Pres teat a 'gn'atd..>al of business ,will a.. well as the cargo are a complete!

TO VVARRIMGTON she aYA I be divert to them. : less
Dayton, O., Feb. \.-B C8Use
her wedding dCl)'.I L1cY rio otR I II f t
wished to postp ,. t
neat Wedn, dlY.trs.\ EVHKennelv ztijj ranla & AVOID
set for I Co., Philadelphia Baltimore! SEEK. TO
...* large, delegation of Knights of is I dead-with a bullet in her! ._. I I Washington R. R. Co., and Northern I .
:* of Pen'-acola will leave the city;'! heart and R. MendenhaH is at ,a ho'-': Central railroad Co., but does not include
.?hi for Warringlon, wl'r'i isitt! pital with sMf-innic'ed revolverwounls. I ) the Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co., DUTY ON GRAIN t

I,: bE'i paid to the l lidge at that' : :Mrs. Kennedy and M=ndei-j: the Norfolk and Western R. R. Co.,I I tr
Ise. I ball had been engaged for. some time.' rci or the Chesapeake & Ohio R. R. Co.

'E' !! t I The Pennsylvania! R. R. Co.. however,I I By Associated Press.

"a'oThos.. F Wrighton and at' owns stock in these latter named rail!
i IJI I I Antwerp, Belgium Feb. 5.-Thi port 3j
::-3Pr: of other grand lodg officers.!! McLAURIN WILL f t :roads. crowded with American grain r
(. I is }
': "ssp, the' From general knowledge and imorm -
be delivered by / ,
I" city, 11 a tion of the commission the state steamers, which are arriving in record '
this I
ace members from
BY CAUCUS unload the car. 0
numbers i in order to
\ meat' is warranted that, since tho acquisition
s-rll! *t those of. ""a rringt on. and an-l them to Germany b>
R. R. go
XP 'rt 'd jhe event" win be a moot t by the Pennsylvania Imposition of a
." ';a.au' and t w Co.. of stock in these companies, he fore the approaching
instructive one.r'
.errs will leave nsacola on I By Associated Press I i published rates of the several rolls: higher grain duties

'" .e/.,(ular dummy at 6:13: ; o'clock.*! Jackson: Miss., Feb, 5. Senator McIaurin .not owned have been even betttr:j NOMINATED FORPOSTMASTER >
lei who is here today stated that maintained ana in some cases advanced BEAN
arrangements madj fort TAMPA ,
have ben AT
*:2 ; would be bound by the action of, and there appears to be Teas'i
*C1. ciai:: dummy to bring the crow-lj: he the democratic caucus' Saturday, although SO. ].-.,5RXM THIS PICTURE YOU \\O NATURALLY TH XK THAT MR. POLICY" HOLDER competition in rattp between <..he.s! j j Associated Press. .s.'

orJtl/! leaving Warrington ll.loi i he was not present. lie U. WAS RUN91XG THE INSURANCE' BUSINESS H1M=E"F, lines than was formerly,thecgse; but I. Washington Feb. S.-Th* PresIIeBtteday .
the senate
I competlUonrtteatgenerally sent to among
Santo Domingo this is also true of
'It the '
be' would vote against "
I ls ezleced: that the party will 1 1I. ha : and believed! it would b 11 NO. .-BUT THE LAST purruRE SHOWS JUST ABOUT HOW MUCH OF THE RUNNING. I BUSLVESSHE In other parts of tbetf ; ''l nominations, thai of G"orgn W. Beat-.
far .U1'1
treaty '
: most Fla. ,
I. one, and tha meeting j WILL HAVE TO OO. tty aa postmaster at Tampa,
.Lcrmln;. defeated. "

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I r OLD VIRGINIA :I,WIT DRAWAl' Of!lu.n.g[ ohL h J I II CHUMUCKW :' o1d1' >

Special to The Journal. I j jChumuckla.

CHEROOTSPackage TAPP'S BOOK pains in :chest, bronchitis, and I Feb. $.-Miss Daisy Me-
I fairest
i similar cold on the David. one of Chumuckla's
signs"of: a daughters left Friday to spend ,sometime
lungs, can',be"quickly relieved and [ with relatives arid' friends in Milton -

of 3 for 5 Cents DEMANDEDI-I cured by :I good and tlm Bagdad.. We wish, her.a jolly i L QuakerMellow :

i Ilr."n.: S. Majs. of McDavid.was

r .HAMlllNS the guest at-Mr. DwJI, McDavkUast

:- (Jl cheroot is a cigar made" l,Saturda'i' ,: r
without the head) ..... : i! '1 Mr. Walter D, McDavid of Mc1 .
Author of the "StruggleServed David was over on our side of tbs Rye '

TOABDOILNo I river a few days: ago on a business
With Notice that Work is in 1, trip. We are always glad' to see the

The difference between good 5-cent "Old Sport
t a Violation of Law. Mr. 'ana' )lrs. T. W.Diamond' are rejoicing \ '

.... cigar and the famous Old Virginia Cheroot I I time should be lost, because I and daughter over the at arrival their home of a last fine Friday son Mellow with years.

is mostly right here: You get three Special to The Journal. lung trouble nay easily develop afternoon. The mother and little
I ones are both doing .
good smokes for 5 cents insteadof Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 5.-TUat. whthr'i into pneumonia or consumption. : Mrs. Ed. Cle.;horn. of Bagdad and' Smooth, ,rich, pure, and ,delight.
t : or not the "Strugg'le" 'novel which l Hamlins Wizard Oil applied to her sister, Mrs. JJoe Brewton. Jr.. o
; one. has .created such a sensatjon here,I' Milton: spent a few days with their I fully stimulating.
been the chest, relieves the pain and in parents fr. and: Mrs. J. IL Diamondlast >>Mi
other has
and where it
No difference in I centers the week. fO\:: .,.... -
quality.The fiammation loosens cough
; j placed on sale sbalt'remain In circulation up over
Mr. Tucker of Pine Barren was
difference ,in price is due whollyto se>ius to b* a matter that the!and soon cures the.disease. 'on the business trip a. few days ago. Time' and mOI1ey spent to :

I courts will finally! have to dcld2. ; "My little girl." writes Rich.V. Mr. Jacoby. the senior member! of I'

money-saving in the making. No fJ city Several have served projiinsnt the lawyers Hon. Sidney of this C."I \ Thornton of Ouray, Colo., I!:the was firm over of on Jacoby our side& Son.of the of river Molino.a make you. want it again if'you :

useless hand-made head ". No full- : Tapp th-:! author with notices that it : "suffered more,or less With a. cold few days ago prospecting.: He mace order once. '

length filler-five different kinds of high- is injurjs libellous'the in clients violation which of the thy law represent and-,I on the lungs since her birth, and ( Mr.while H.her C. .McDavid's han! quarters

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I and unless!! the author withdraws -[ finally the trouble became serious. : Prof. E. L. McDaniel our efficient 'Phone 16. Lewis Bear & Co.,
grade blended leaf but all small leaves 4 it trom circulation that he will : No remedies gave relief, until we I: superintendent of public instruction I __ l 404-408() Palafax! St. and 2-10 Main St..

:' and selected clippings. No smallquantity I, be claimed held that legally J.!Og,lon responsible.Armour, It head is, tried Eamlins Wizard Oil, one bottle j'I after wa,3 around the interest, a day of or-lwo the schools.ago looking He;!|,! II: Pensacola Fla. ,5

j spend time at the
manufacturing methods-a million of the beef! trust. John D. Rockefeller,: of which permanently cured school where Miss Laura McArthur is> :

Pierpont Morgan and James B. Duke her." Price 60c and $1.00. in charge and at the McDavid lntl -
produced every day in are the l leading vilHans. Certain disclosures reco'mmended :tute where Miss Ada Davis is teach-
are made In the book as to: Sold and by schools De Ruyter ( Holland )
ing. Prof. McDaniel saja both
: the best organized and jf' railroad munipulation of politico in ,, WHITE'S, PHARMACY |are in first class condition This -
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: this state that are claimed to be Pensacola, Fla. speaks well for the teachers in charge: -

: f \ cleanest cigar-factory libellous! and Georgia' 13 now in the: Phone 180. Night.Phona 445. \(Supt, McDaniel l is working hard for _. .' ., ". -' -. -
midst of one of tti:%, mosf- neated campaigns -I the promotion of education in his
; in the world. of a generation.a certain fac *' schools
The of our
II county. success
; tion is making a moat bitter fight the health of the children; and the development SHINGLES SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS
ze against what they term railroad con HOME ] ] of their minds depends: in a ,
I ft Sold wherever they trol of the stats- and it is thought here It is novelS attractive and practicaL!.very great measure on the way in 'I HUILDING MATERIAL.
that it Is local corporate interest' thatis : It should appeal to verjr thnftj" and':.;'which parents perform their duty. We I

!BLADE KA1UI: sell tobacco aiding 'the movement to suppress'' saving person, because you can work,'believe with the earnest 'co-operation Phone II. '1. G. DeSILV :& CO.
the circulation of the boolCThat '1 better for having, ipent a pleasant! 'of the patrons and all those who are ,
the matter will be carried to: e'eningf'speclally' if the pleasant : interested, Supt. McDaniel will soon,! '. -- -- --
the court ems almost certain. When evening has ben spent by jour own hare Santa Rosa ranking among; the i -
Mr. 'Tapp w. as sen In his law office fireside. The other members of)'OUf'' first counties in the state in ei' cation. -

here he admitted that he had been .I i horn 'A ill also have the same enjoy this\ great and all important LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTMASTER'S : The officers shall be a President, a
No. 5803.: 1'served with; notices from certain law ment. TM I }J8 all possible with a cause. I I' Vice President and a' Secretary ant
yers that unless the book was with:Victor Talking Machine or Ed.son''' I had a letter from a dear good !little Treasurer, and such other officers as
C.W. LAMAR. President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier. i drawn from the public that h* wouM. Phonograph., 'Hundreds of new racords friend of mine a few days ago. She SALE. 'provided for in the B.Lan R ,\.
M. E. CLARK.Vice.President and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashie- i I be held legally responsible he said, -tne dollar ones now going for, wanted to know of me if an opossum I By virtue of a tfccree rendered by Bonifay shall! act as: president j ,
"Wh3lOn't they disclose the namesof sixty cents. Daily recitals at .our' was the only thiffj I could get to bus Honorable Francis B. Carter Judgeof Harrison, a* vies presid 'nt and J E
I their clients who they say it is Injuring store free. Nsw sheet ,music reciv- me. She extended her deepest heart the Circuit Court of Escambia Bowman 3.10 secretary and 'reisurr,
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK instead of serving me with notices -t, eel almost daily s and at haf! published felt sympathy. She is such a kindhearted I County Florida on the 10th day of until th, election: and qualification of
I that if I don't do so and so what prices. I little' creature, I do wish II January. A. D. 1906, in the case of J. officers at the first meet.u: ;,
or PCNSACOLA_ FLU. r they propose to do?. VI defy 'them, let !. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE could see her. '. I O. JennIngs against; J. C. Van Pelt ARTICLE VI.
I them carry it into the courts i If thy Pensacola. Florida.i Mr. W. C. McDavid made a flying! as Sheriff of Escambia County FlorIda Limit of Indebtedness.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNIT! D ,SPATES.'; want to." The author is admitted to business; trip to Bluff Springs Saturday. -! and ex-omcjo administrator of the This corporation shall at no' m?

CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $69000. I be a lawyer here of. great ability and 1 ------, --- estate of Lawrence Alexander, will deceased incur an indfbteln'Ss or Ihbili1reedin : n.
i a relentless fighter. If .the .matter is f Messrs Hugh Salter. Claude Miller, and Maggie Alexander. I ? fifteen thousand ($$15,009'; ;i
DIRECTORS. I'carried Into the courts as itse' nnf and Willie Dave McArthjir 'and tn-a, on Monday, the fifth day of March, :, dollars.
certain It will be MCKINNONVILlE sisters Misses\ Bessie and Bra attended A.: D., 1906, sell at public outcry for '
: f a fight until the fin:1 Q I ARTICLE VIII.
L. Frank Rcill F. C. Bratvner :
I Henry Co\nqton > ; ish. services at Spring Hill church last, cash before the county court house .
: J. M. Pftlffer, W. S. Rosasco C. W. Lamar, of Sunday. door in the city of Pensacola Florida, Names and Residences! of the Incorporatorj
Bryan Dun"ode T. F. McGourin.W. J. R. Saunders. I The author this remarkable book"( : I hate :been inforD1ct'that: we :'re'' during the .I].:'gal\ hours of sale the ,"Ac.Th .
A. M. Avery tl. Milton 0. E. Maura l which ;Js spreading like "wilj flr-> [ 'I.following describe' properly, to-wit:' names and residf nces of the to have a railroad fOOn., ttc
W. L. Cawlhon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng, over the country* at one tlmt wh n a new ofIot.rne and the amount of ftoossubscribed :
Three and nine tenths (3.9) acres
Special .
to The Journal. Central of Georgia.Sick. .
C. M. Colngton M. E. Clark. oiing man practiced! law at G. !ncl- for each of them
Alex McGo ln. by are o:
I' Mabel I : ((1)), section twenty seven ( )
McKinnonvilIe..,Feb 5.-Mis (21):1' '
;.ville, Fla and has many friends al''over : follows :
: Taylor of nC'ul lah. U spending tiiisj: Headache. I township one ((1)). South, range ,
I : [
the "Land of Flaw
Banks Individ uals nil Firms Solicited/ erg. ,
: Accounts of ,Corporations a Name ReiidenesShaoes Am
week at Mrs. A.'d'n( Flemings. iI This! distressing' aVm nt "" results I r[ ((30)()) .west,. fronting! the county road.I '
t State of :R. A. Bonl'ay! McDaril I I. Via, 40 $Ifl:)
Four per cent Interest Pafd on Time Deposits.' : I Mr. A. D. McKlnnon: has jujt returned -' from a disordered condition( ofthe | in the county of Eficambia, .
11 Case of Pneumonia Florida. Together with the improve- J.- D. Bowman, McDavid, Yla 10 1.1.1tJ. (\
; on Record I from a'biuincst.. trip to- Pensacola. stoma a. All that Is' need d to effect'I| P. 10 t.II.i
Harrison. 1-oPavid. Fla
We -lo not know.of a single in taac3' Thjj Misses Hemjng. Mr. A. I.. Mc- a cure 'Is a dose or two of Chamber I i rcentft thtreoi) and the hereditaments
where a cough or cold resulted m Callum and .Mr. Lee Waters attended lain's Stomach' and' Liver' Tablets. In land appurtenances thereunto belonging we
-r--- ____i -- pneumonia of consumption! when Foleys services Pleasant Grove ,Sunday : or in any wise appertaining. Deedat subscribins incorporators, have ne
-i. at fact the attack Imar bs warded off or of 1'unto set our hands this 19th dl.r,
1' Honey and Tar had been taken. }1I:>Minnie. Fleming! has just greatly lessened 5n svevity, 'bj* taking cost purchaser.,
SCOTT M. LOFTIN. January A. D. 1906.
ONE PEA TURE ALONE :U cures coughs: and colds perfectly,'so turned f om a pleasant. visit at ROb-1 ; a dose Of1hls-.1'Tablets a=r soon as Master. R. A. ,BONIFAY
'do no;;: take chances with'some unknown erts. ; ,1 the first symptoms of an attack ap J.
preparation which 'may con The Rev. W. It. Countryman was II pears. ,Sold by, all druggists;, NOTICE: 13 HEREB.Y GIVEN that J. P. HARRiON.C .
tain opiates which! cause constipation with us again on his last appoint, the nnJoil&l< : : OF A CHECKACCOUNT' a condition that retards recovery from ment and brought with him Mr. Dell Charity Uchre and Dance. the Governor of the Slat* of Florida -
of !
'a. ("ot:!. Ask for f101 :r's Honey and Hubbard who,is very much to him in Th? Proies; Club! will give a uchre on th, 25th clay of February. A. 'D.190G. State ,
Tar an,l refuse any substitute offered.V. his m engsh! Sanky was to party Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. for, letters! patent Incorporating County cf Escambia.
\ A. D'Alemb rte, druggist and Mood Childrens. dance from: 4:00: tr 5:00: them their associates and successors,I lie Befor! the commlssione subscriber, a notar' e alI >: I
duly qualified
apothecary. Mr. P. D. Ddwson, of MoMao.! was I o'clock. .Admission: .adult-. 35c; children into a boi)' politic and cjrporat; !, under I .
At The First National makes it well,worth acting in and for the sad ztalicounty :'
in our village! Tuesday.Miss lOc, the name of "THE BOWIAliIERC.NTn..E .
: having; that is, the convenience of f tt1ing [I' Dance Next Tuesday. Annie Fillingim is visiting in I COMPANY," under!: Bomfay,, personally J: E. Bowman appeared and J l I1 R da.-l *
village thh'w'ck.. I the following -propoltd.charter and ar-
our Ward to Meet.
a bill. I There will be a dance at C. K. of A. Camp rison Known to me to be the indi: !J-
Hall next Tuesday Prizes will beg Mr. Robt. MfKinnon' has: just There will be a meeting; of Camp ticks of Incorporation. uals described and acknonlelg/ d) .f
turned from a. several days trip re-I' Ward No. 10 U. C. V.. tonight at 7:30 R. A. BOXIFAY.J. .
to best dancers. Music
cn by Bar-
You can easily send by mail a check : they executed the foregoing I1F"ment.
rJos's orchestra. Admission I Pensacola. o'clock at the office\ of N. B. Cook. R. BOWMAN.
!' 25c.; for and ihesi
covering your account, andthat; too, witn- Committee: Mrs. H. H, Horsier, :Mrs.'N ./ Mr. Thomas! Hirsch of pensacola.j'' Officers for the ensuing year will be J. P IIARRISON. expressed. uses purpos's'
visited h-re one day" last ,I elected and aH members are ur'gedto Articles of 'Incorporation of
.McK. Oertingt Mrs. Sodeqnist.1I I I
whatever ,
out cost to Given under hand and offirtJ
any you except I my
Mrs. (Philips, Mrs. Appleberg. Mrs .. Mr. Alex McKmmn Muscogee; attend THE BOWMAN MERCANTILE CO. teal this 19th day of Januan \. D.
postage. Macobson, Mrs. Helen Lewis and Miss came, up on the .train Friday. J,I BOYK1N JONES, We the undcrsin d l, do hereby associate 1906. .
". Daisy Welsh. )Ir. C. H. Barrn?au. of Adjutant.. ourfcejvaj together for tne purpose
\ : We furnish check books free,. pocket J made a pleasant visit to our tow lolmO'1 :: of becoming a body corporate un (Signed. .) J. M. HARRISON J, P22janoaw4w. .

firms da>. II QUARTERLY, CONFERENCE ,der he 'aws pf the State of Florida: !
'desk size and for business their .
.. name Mr. N. B. 'Cook paid our school a L ROSINGTON., ALA. the provisions of which are: hereby accept -
and business neatly printed on each check. tl II GOULDING 11 visit recently. 1 -' eft. Notice for publication, VPartn.t:
: i Mr. .A. D.:, McKlnnon) returned to; pecial ,to The Journrl, The following articles of incorporation : of th Interior, Land Office at Gal-!

Pensaco'a 'again on business.Mr. ; Rosington, Ala., Feb. 5,-Rav, C. .,. shall constitute. anJ become its ville. Fla, Jan. 13. 1906 Nom I
Will ChanJlT) was ill two or Hammit D. D. presiding Elder of tne charter upon the issuance ,of letters hereby given that the 10110\\ nao*

Special to The Journal.,1 three days last week.'PRO4INENT I 1 DeFuniak M. E. Church conducted: patent, according. : to law: settler has filed notice of his intent.;m

*1. GouMmg. .Feb. 5.-Miss Netjie Hart-: ..... .___ 1 quarterly conference at this place .on ARTICLE I. to make commutation proof in n
FIRSINATIONALBANIf log has returned toGonlding. .aft<>r a I Jan. 30 and 31. The Doctor delivered Name and Place of Business. I I port of his claim! and thai 'ain prrof
,.few days visit with her other:! sister,I ? PEOPLE. : a splendid: sermon that' wa? largely The name of this corporation shall will be made before Clerk C\r> .1:
Mrs. Elvis Morgan, of Molino. Tstlfy to the Efficacy of the New i attended and greatly enjoyed. be "The Bowman Mercantile Com: Court, at PensacoU, Fla., on I-''brutt":
Mrs. Will Mayo has gone to Cary-! Scientific Dandruff Treatment.I pany." |Its general offie and place of'! 24. 190B, viz: Marion M CiP"' lf
: ville, Fla. on a visit to relatives ani ; A. E. Lanier Denver says "Herpi-r ------- -- business snail he McDavid.. Florida.. I I Bluff Snrlnrs.'- Ma Hit 22031) foiNE'J ;,
H. KNOWI**.Prea. W. K. Hreu.JK,'\'..Prfa. *nJ Caihier. frie-n Js. dde has made my hair 'grow rapidlj." ARTICLE, II. J of SEV4 i-S- ii n-36Tp: s N
T.\V. BRUNT and AV N. ROBERTS Asit CasuuDIIIWTOIW '. Mr. Wil'Ie Nobles night operator Mrs. A. Guenn. Grat. Falls Mont j IS BEER A FOOD PRODUCT? Nature cf Business to be Transacted.:, R. 32 V.'. He names the following witnesses
-}'. O- Brent. W, A, MountV.. }i. Know 1_. W. K. I '.
Hyer. Jr. excellent
an t p
Go Is boarding with Mrs. : "I find Herpicide !
D. U. Brrntr' "at :tiding. says -- The general nature of business to to prove his connnuous
Stokes. i dandruff cure." i be transacted< :k Mr. B. E. Whiddon took dinner with H. Greenland; Portland Ore.. says:,I DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE d!al in all class of mercandi?. suchas land, viz: H. D. Barrow of umot

t: .:-;:: -. -.-. -- -- -- -' ...- Mr- anl :Mrs. Stoks Saturday. H%. "Xewbro's Herpicide" stepped mj TAKES UP INVESTIGATION. groceries\ 411"} goods clothing. Station, Ala., R. H. Harrow or ,''o-
1 was en route to his home at Powel-. hair's falling out. f I! shoes, crockery and feed stuffs; to floe Station. Ala., J. J, Moble of 'I-
L. HILTON, BCSHDItU GREEN C.uBUr Pkz.IDgM, T.:JANSFl&LD E. WKLLES: VlCt-pKESiDKNT tlon. I II J. D. Israel. Norton Wash., says: I buy and selj IIv$ stock, waigons and noe Station! ,\ia-. Pern Cope 1f
R.I. MORXNO"un.c
.ll1l11a I Miss Nettle Hartzog and .Miss Pearl i "Herpicide has completely cured mdandruff. > Was Jington, Feb. 5- That: beer is' harne; ,to "buy and ecU\ Lotion; to' Bluff Ssnngs. Fla. W O Robinsoa!
Citizens National Bank Herman drove to Penacola Saturday. ;, ." r a food product( and that it is fast com! operate cotton tins and' c :nprcses.1also I Register ltsJatloawll\
i to attend the matinee. Charles Brown. President First National -i log to be-,classed with the l least harm : to sea-lire.{ purcTtaie. :and '8lll"e.ll

I'"ulloola.1rotcirGeo.W FIcrtcU... Miss Nettle Hartzog is thinking ot, Bank Vaneouver.Vash.for ., says the: I fur beverages. Is a claim now receive|j estate both !ipp1! } *.nd unimproved, -- :- =
MorrU Hr. | going nom as she received a telegram 'I "Herpicide is" noted !1 log th cloe attention of the .Governi -,i wherever .bltuatfd all of which lines:
t Trlaht.RU M. Eo lDIOD. L. Hilton Tt Green.Went! 'saying her mother was very sIck! and: scalp clean. For sale i ment eiperts connected with. the D?, of buslaes flay be carried on in the Marine Grocery Co.
A JENERAL B\NK1NG BUSINESS TRANSACTED. I a'king' her to come home. She is! Insist\ upon th! genuine and: partment of Arculture.! : The Deii State of Florida! or, any other stat. i
::1- I.waiting to recs've! further advices. b>' W. A. D'Alemberte. druggist i i partment of Agriculture is,- and; has ARTICLE III.' I; 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafax St
apothecary; South Palafox street
1' Nearly everybody we see is armed' '. .121 been for some tim. pursuing an in-]: Capital' ,Stock. t I ;:hOr1 725.
... .... .. ........t..........0 ... ....................- with some kind of a guh. There were',or send 10cm Jn stamps to The Herpi, vestlgatlon of the nature, effects and]j The ;jDiount of capital} stork snail:
L J, S. REESE. President E .W. MENEPEE. Cashier./ quite a number of men out here hunt-I i cide Co., Detroit Mich. i va'!i1' of beer. j I be six Ihourand (f6.01)OOO) ) dol'arB.'! divided -I V. J. VIDAL, Manager.

z R. M. CARY. Vice-President. ing on Saturday. I Doc'orV.. H. Wile)", Chief of' the| inu sixty ((110)) shares) each i i &
: T1IPOPL'SBANKOFPNSACOU. I i! Bureau of Chemistry, of me Depart.]I share of (ha! par value of one hundred 1 I THE- HOME OF GOOD -THINGS
i Startling But True. ment :of Agriculture: is especially Interested (110000)) dollars fo b- paid in, in full I I I, EAT.
; Dircctors-L J. R-eves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Gary, I People th! world over were horrified Our Collar Machine I in the subject,* having; referred .,' in merchandise and cash.ARTICLE Just: Received: .II\
t W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. on learning of the burning of a to it frequently in lectures. Doc!, _' IV. I!'I Halibut Chunks Halibut.Quick {
f TRANSACTS. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. I Chicago theater In which nearly six I tor Wiley U not yet ready to mak Term of Existence. j I 50 kits of fancy Mackerel, $U5 per

YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED t hundred people, lost their lives yetI is a Wonder. I j any statement or report on the quesI The t'!rm for which the corporation 1 kltr
'; .............. A .A-AAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA....... ...A.. ...t.: i more han five times_ this number or:: j I tion u to whether beer U a food is to extit, shall be ninety-nine ((9S) 1 I, 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit Wl
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-- - -- I 50 kits halibut fins '1.25 per
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3,000 people died from [product. Issuance
over pneumonia It dampens the edges of t years from tne. of letted and Soun-: ',
in Chicago during the same year, irons I "I will say this, much. h! said today patent. 50 kits of Cod,Tongues
R. M. c.,.,., ,.... A. -.:=>> 1-. """ """" 01... "....,. | with scarcely a passing:_notIce Every I turnover collars, ";hat' the use. of beer and win-a ARJICLE v- -; I I 11.25 per kit.Bloaters. H rrt.S
r,.... """,, ..cL '-''-'. Sec',. : one of these cases pneumonia re- them to proper shape, I' aids in the work of temperance. To,; Officers antj Directors Milkers and Roes Pickltt
t holcule and Retail Dealer ta suited from cold and could have been i and then makes the edges I illustrate, there la not near so muehl'!' The tusJness shall be conducted by I I Codfish,. Pickled Salmon. Dill

SteaimDomesticAnthracite ': prevented by the timely use of Cham-i smooth as velvet. It's I Intemperance In Germany '. the following! officers.. rU 1 : A President .''. German Sauer Krout.I .

and Blacksmith C 0 A L : berlain's Cough Remedy. A great;I a pleasure to wear c')l-- I wines and beer are used to such a.: A .Secretary an4 Treasurer and'I Pigs Manewal Feet and In kiU.,Lange's 100.Fruit CaM

| many who had ,every, reason to fear, lars we launder. Let us great extent as there Is In Scotland; a Board of Directors elected by thestockholders ''I FruIt Cake .-=
Office-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. warded it off I where spirituous liquors prtnei- National Biscuit
pneumonia'have by tt.et : do ours.i t are annually. The following'I
n Yard corner Tarragona and. Gontalei streets. Phones 6 and 37% IIt f prompt use Qf, this remedy. The following -I ) ', pan) used." j I' named Intorporatort, towjt.' R, A. Bonifay.J. -',I per W pcund.handle the 'celebrated blClljs ot
{ Is an Instance of this sort: ] German Great Britain and the Unit.. ft. Bowman',tn4 J.; P. Harrison fI roasted by the Gulf City Cc!!
---..- : Too much cannot ba aid In favor ofChamberIabi' i The ,Star Steam '; ed States, In the order named, are the shall constitute, the first 'Board of Directors -:: Co toffee, H. P. Chlpman. Manager

E.: : ACOSTA & CO.Prompt delivery to any part of the | $ Cough Remedy, and es- largest producers of malt beverages: and conduct the business untn;!,! Oaiaca. 35c lb.; Gold Sun(3( rd, .ae
i B. / i 1 peclally for colds and influenza. I Laundry. and the g neral gooj health of th ?i j those Iecte4, at--the first annual election -I I lIb: ,Diamond Blend. 25c lb; GWea

Office :and Yard-25 to%8 K- 'Tarr*.,I Jtnow, that it,ured my daughter, Lauraof I Germans. English and Americans shall b'e quaUfte4. The annual Rio 20c lb.Strictly .
145.SrnI.and Reai1 D.at.'s hi gona St. Peasacola Fla. Phone 363 a severe cold and I believe saved 37 E Sarden St. Phon. 114.Pevisacola. i pointed to as strong proof of the argu- i ing of ih*stockholders 'hli be meet"j frosa roasted and as *was
her life when she was threatened wltn Fin. j'ment that beer is a food product and the first >nfltr. In bruarr of et-h any Coffee' sold in this city
COAL WOOD AND ICE pneumonia." W D. Wilcox Logan. i i that :Us consumption aids, instead of I year and the omens Ints directors] Send .us your orders and'we .111 deliver -
New York.. Sold by all druggists. (I retarding the work of temperance. shall be annually Iected on that day. promptly.


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.A A LAR6t E ELECTSME KWOffICERS -- : .- -w.t.------ ---- a .,

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ONE'i : '
i A'ltLife ..
j iI I out of doors and 'out of the games which they play and the enjoyment "" .." ". :

To Save Money on EUCHRE. which they receive and the.efforts which they make, comes,the greater part of that .

-c-'r healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when gr wn. When .;rJ. -

Your Clothing Which j.isteneI7t.b; Rev. Spiegel Elders andDeaq3pe! .Selected a laxative is needed the remedy which is. given to them to cleanse and sweeten and (I't .;, .: -

TO-DAY strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would .( \ '(. ,

Purchases: r ;$unday and Last by.. Pensacola. ,Presby5 ( sanction, because its component parts are known to be wholesome; and the remedy .": :..-e- '

J itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and M.." .. '.
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i. *TNight.. : : FEB. 6, at 3 P.' M.JGIVENBYTHELADIES. ': 'Brians Silniiy." -: well-informed .-. .
parents, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, lI;''''; .
Others arc taking ad. : t 1141 because of its pleasant flavor its-
I gentle action and its ,beneficial effects, is-Syrup {.X\"t7 'f.. -p.-
vantage of this great c'aurch Evangelist: 'Spies! of tb.9 Christian.1 Elders and deacons' to serve during .0-' of.Figs-and for the same'reasoDJis the only laxative which should be used by \":. .\ i''l. ', '; 4
was greted by the larger; j this year. were ejected! Sunday at a fathers and mothers. .i_ '-" .._
opportunity. Why not | congregation Sunday morning yet seen I i' nieetmg of the congregation of the ._ ... { ,
? during th= 'meetings 'zndat night :; ADMISSION, .35 CENTS. First Presbyterian church., when a.: Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally : '

you i every seat in the tabernacle: was taj,-:i I. large number were in'attendance. i :P without griping, irritating,. r.nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually '
See our windows for en. Saveral stood .during! the :entire : A Children's Dance The elders\ chosen 'were .J.,.. \. Chaf!I-. without producing that constipated.habIt which results from the of the old- \' .;1',<; ;.
use t
s. service and many wen turned away i I fin A D Morrison' and W S. Gar- i
fric for i t .i,1 'whle: I time cathartics and modem imitations, and against which the children should be
lack of standing room. At the fi the deacons are W. N' so >

Our Clothing and Fur close of Sunday night'a serves! an im-:Ii i, for charity will also be Roberts, B 'S. Williams; R P. 'Reese i I. .. 1: carefully guarded. If you would have them grow: to manhood and womanhood7j: :: -

nishings are in no sense PFSSive. Laptismal scene was w.tnesie4 t., given at the club by the an j' Cljde. E Wtl-.on{:.* onh' I --- strong healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines arenot 'rf .6? -
five -
Many of Heretofore there were
were the expressions
"cheap, but are the re. needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only ..._. .
approval of his discourse of the "Ml- ladies, beginning at 3 p. m. but owing tooths in the j .\ ;
the simple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs. .
suit! of a concentratedeffort l nnium" One aged man i'aidI congregation it ..became: necessary 10 .-% : -

to lift .have lived more than sixty. years to increase this number fo seven The i I. Its\quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative ..

quality. i, hear that. !Admission, 10 Cents. death of General ,Reerse, 'who' was: an' ;:prindples of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to.our 2. :

What you find here is Last: night Speaker Spl?gel had. for officer of the' church, also causeiiavacancy -: -' : inal'.method of manufacture and as value the ,'
you health of the little do
I I which had to be filled :at th's: ones, .. -
his subject "What is '
the sin .
the againttha
always best.STABDARDOTHhI1. Holy Ghost or the UnpardonableSin I'. meeting.. t : not, ; accept any of the substitutes .which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to ..,/' !ji :

[ ?" It was licten?d to with great 'I # z Owing to the_.increase.: In the work. i increase'" their profits. Please remember, the full name of the
.attention. The speak '('nlargd-upon.I of the pastor, it wasdecided, that he.: \, ':;r CALIFOftJTCA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on' the front! of every package. In I,.\. .
should have anassistant and same .
the Holy Spirt'swork.. He raised Ii Amusements I Ij one will engaged.to:help him : --- r-i'-. :! _. ;._ order to get its beneficial '''y- ::\. F.

( : I the Spirit question come?,""To whom does the Holy. ac ..- \t ,,-..-''- .,--'..:::::'.. rt.' ., effects it.is always' neces-. ,, 4j; ;".'' "

? J i iJ ,, Said .h.:,. ".. "AiacojiYic.tpr sin 3e ?!* .'td'E. i : 7'7 ;' CHARITY CHILDREN'S EUCHRE AND DANCE TODAY' ';: /4't'.' '. '-" .. ..... ... ..."., sary to buy the genuine .J"-\\' __srrJ/b: _)
[ comas to the sinful: worldling Asa I I .. r"'f.: :': (: '' 'h.."'V"e only. For sale by all .s.- ? : ..
reliable .
I {
J I j "The Little Dutchess." -' .. ,.. (i- '. ". _. ,. (._J't,. .: 'l ;"".
cornf.-itr. he the obaJ ent : .
comes to : ,I I .
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ladies will : \ ;
The l i'f \ :
I I "The Little with Counter : ive a Charity ; druggists.
baliever Dutchess tt C'c-1 \ \. .. .
t.it-.r. .J/-X1"r
baptized in Jesus the '
Christ- ,... as 'Q"I, von Hatzneld playing the title role, Euchre at the Progress! : Club at 3 (F ::1 "::;. : : ':\ t; ;.l' ;. v ;{" ...? ;: :" "" ,,, ...I'
j alio'chUdren's i' .l
I' o'clock this -afternoon .
comes to Pensacola next Friday nght: and a : ;? .. .. ..
Ecttrpji: : Another question was taiscd; "What and Saturday afternoon and nfeht. charitydaD e.'at the"-came' : I' ". I' ./ :::::. : .. : .i ,. :: ,f / -.' .-4.

,,' dojj ,xha, 'Holyprttdo"Said; t :},, This attraction will be one of the,]I hour. It is hopedthat -
preacher "He convict; th* wc-ld oT1: ; : ; :
FINE PHOTOGRAPIiS. nost will be present to assist in the', -. : : (
: | important that will here ,, ",
sin Bf righteousness ard ,of' julginenttocnrne appear i : r; \ ',. : ... .-..,. '\
0 }
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Pensacola Fia.R. j ithls seasonmong the members ofj t tworthy cause, j ... \' ; 1. i ; i. i- ; 1 .f ;',:-.:.:-.::!. ( 'ccjg ; t.
: .<<. ; h- helpsthe] :sa:nts of Go 1,1 ;" ..)- J l j ; j r f 1. U : ;; .: '. :... .
,the cast might be mentioned Robert : .... r i. : ; H '; ) ::i t- .
: < ', .dwa'lmj! ;;; in hem:,.. ha is their> everlastIng -:'' 1ctt, the well known humorist and:!'I '..' .... ... ...!'..J..--.}- I. :. : I ,: : ,c.......<..,' '.. "I)f,1', -'LL. <:.! ).. ,;.' .. ) ....
t: J : 1.-: .
.h. '
K. WHITE comforter'Te i f i comedian, Irving Brooks the cleverest PUSHING LINETOWARD I II 1: --. -- J ; "' ,.,..;-- "., i ... ,y". 'J" ; .-.;..... .It(

Watchmaker.and Graduate Manufacturing Optician.;;, Jeweler does the third Holy question Spirit raised opera.t. >via?". "Howl The'[German George Moore comedian, Harry on the Carter stage, Madel to-daj, -,,I GULF !! i h.. i i i: .p-r'

evangelist said "He bears witness .
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola,: Fla. J ene Cook, Kitty Duebel. Eagene: ., >,>, :
testifies, :;. he testffle bf- !peaking:i O'Brien E. C. Donnelly and others', i '(-" 1. ";:. -::.-.. ,,:;;;: :,t:.. :':<-"" ;' ._ .
.u through his words.- The' Holy B:bl3 :. equally well ct ;' favorably known. j _,..."; !:. ........3.. .:. .t-, } \\P, f----/" :.fV : : :
Is the deposition of tip Holy Soir.t'! : 1'I"The' little Dutch,, is of the'tAT'LANTA DOTHAN 'AND GULF IS '; -" < ". '
one ;
s. : p.J't-: .J"
TERSELY TOLD and is just as true and reliable a? ;i brightest of the musical comedies and I, i .; ...... J ".,..:':, ,. .".'"."_ ,:,; ,.',,...', _... ':''':, hh"_'' "' '''hf ; .

with would sinners b5 His through!fp.ken'words.the Gospel. He pleads, and i Us 1 music.full of bright dialogue. and preuj. I EXPECTED TO REACH COT. ) : 'i-i: ::::; ;::: ti .\ ; ,i .:s 7jl1 f c-i t.. \ r.. ,t ;ir' i"'},

hence the Gospel is said to be. the :: !I TONDALE. BY APRIL 1. : ".i. i:};'....:. ) t. ...., ,. ; :- ....) .-

.\fter an absence of two weeks in power of God unto salvation to all 1! TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY .h.

abaraa: J. Conrad Scott, returned 1 who: believe! it, and that is the reason :; Take LAXATIVE BROMO\ Quimno]f I- 1 -
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tome Sunday. :1 Jesus' commanded hii apojtles anl::I I Tablets. Druggists refund monej if it I The The Atlanta Giaccville Dothan Mess 8 Gulf:'nger Railroad says( ; : I I-*.+++.+......+..... it. ..++.....++........+.+++..M".
A. p. Hardee, of Milton, was among: i the church to preach the gospel and falls to cure. K.: W. GROVE'S signature -
thp prominent visitors to the. city that is the ra on again! wny w FE'n.1 is on each box. 23c. ';: is pushing their work beyond Cotton I i! !
yea 1 I dale and grading is being done be-!r I POLLARD ALA. I
!friay. i out evin?*>lists and missionaries, MI i I i i .i MARION CURRY & CO. i
Cottondale and
preach the Go;p >l l. :|; There are times when a coU bottle ,
\ M )Moses of Jacksonville, is i "But what is the special sin against :i;lot iUust as fast as the graders pond'l'I '' ,,
joong the naval stores dealers in thit : the i WHITE ROCK WATER : their eectiou&cst. Cottondale; .
I ? There
holy Spirit are various itaeoriesi i _
- \ I will be thrown on theTU'mllc Special; 1 to The Journal. I':
I but think for a moment of(seems more precious! than gold' try 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, :
below reaching to : i ( Pollard.\ Feb. 5 fr.J: n. Nored
; the/ponT. Grading a
.F. N. Vaughn resident manager at this solution: this puzzling j It the morning after. ', I
i ; question: merchant' I
t :will soon : V & X. popular young Jaj, Fla.,1
keonville of the P. W Fleming Co, God dealt anciently_ with his peopH' i PENSACOLA FLORIDA. i it
i where everythm,; will be transferred 1 passed through Pollard Wednesday: CE ,
1 I' in the city on business connecttiith direct, but as a people as a world. SECRET OF CHAR I
below. "track
i The following OIr-asl route to Mobile on a business, trip. '
his firm I God leadership was reject d. But :I fast as the grading is finished and is Rev J. R. Currj, of At more. preached WH.OLESALE. -aI i _
The Concordia Club will!') gh'c' a tht word! had a second chance. Jesus :I Ciltlmte the .\\billtr to Appear Un.een.eiou. expected to reach Cottondale by: April I in the Baptist church last Sunday! :

fjchre: part and dance Thursday th!? Ch-ist was to .come to save men I,' of Srlf.j 1st. The continued rain?:this winter morning and evenin After the evn

tiht;;; for the members, their lady from their sinst. When he' did corns I j j. One must be uJ1 on5lciout.. self la I have materially effected the. progressof log cervre:. the members were requested -' I Ii i
friend ana; th.ir non-resident frunds the world rejected him also But the order to be considered: ; tbarminjr! Following the work to main to hold a conf r-l! l Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs -i

".Vll chance is but rectiun: which world wa vet to han a thirl ('hanc''. '. the olden Rule eptitles a woi I'. Anyway it is l !oran; fcrtain: that encc vvh'ch! resulted in a unanimous' !
the Holy Sprlt; was to cojig and guide' Dothanites will do their fishing ins: ,_
tK. i man to be called charming She' must i I call to flay .J. R. Curry for the' SPC-j
naast not I'e: writes Popes them into all truth and teach afresh J '
O4 th I.e' good or she cannot he charming. not i hummer in Compass Pond, I' ond: and fourth Sunda of each month, i Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. i
propriIy is result; of dlrectmn ths way of salvation. And' now eajsi I j Our .sunday school picniccan Only Any Quantity.
annual :
winch .
-I I on a long acquaintance I is, where 1 1I he acc?!>t?d Dr, J. D. Owens
which yoU 'an not alone see. but'ou Jesus jon rejected the .F'athE'r. you :I there is lack of slncerit/- Is i, be had probably) on Spring Creek, Sr., was; also!' unanimously called tot t Experienced Grades.: Prices Right. Grades Perfect. :
i may devise and cute--chefJy: have rejected th? Son. if therefor a easily tor: at Cam lM>llton this year if .the railroad -! chair of moderator :
in advertising i discovered perhaps: not in the course and likewise : Trill Order Solicited. Write for Pric s. : _
your : campaigns you r'j j"ct the Holy Spirit jour damnation i i: company can get their passenger! accepted j : .
( sure and eternal having rejected of a fe f risit!:. hut later on. I cars here by that time and w have' 208. P. 0. Box 661.IGORDON&BROWN
II C. Palmer manager in this city s Mrs H., T.. Stroi-t gave a seven''. : Telephone :
the the ; There it> diffe'-ence in the true-and fears but will be able do -
of God-
three no thej to
'1I n'rre' the he Kre" is!=s attending Store. i IN the In meeting Atlanta of, h'ad and there persons will 1 bs no furtherchance : false ring of R co'n! Think n\t'to de- tNir part. '. clock in honor 4inner of the Thursday, fortieth, February lirthda3of 1,1; ............................................. ....:

for salvation. In other wordsa : ceiIt Is Impossible' All exert:: an This railrcad i Is: .aestmed to work I .
Tit" owners and managers; of all the I 'I her husband! Rev. H. T. Stiout, paor ---!
;}K rsS tore.. There are fortj-or,. of, persistent I rf'pe-cton: of ins way ot ;I Influence. for good or evil upon those: wonders for Dothan and we will soon' ( oC tue Methodist churci, The of '
I salvation taught by the Holy Spirit : In contact with. bE'in to feel th effects of it. .
Th"->e store*: and 3c.h manager anil inune [ they come Why not fie'a! mal) members and thpir wivesof
instai ces, assistants are in at- in the Word of God till one sins away J let it be the former? It Is much the the Atrnore Flomaton and Pollard

;ndanl'f' his day of grace find mercy, he "has t'. happier way.: A pleasant impression NERVOUS. BABIES. Methodist churches! were the mvjtaJgu
completed I the sir against; the holy I: .
\ never works harm to any one andlingt'rs sts
Huh nioning will he hpld the Pensacola Wednedi Touri after!: Spirit and t ihere is no forglvenes& for| In the mind as long cs the mem- The Exact Cause. Pollard is gtill growing a new drugstore 1

,t'i..n a: :3: :10 ocloch.] in the looms of ; him here or hereafter. Now is the da\ J, ory of the .person lasts, says Woman's Many a child while nursing, has, acquired which will be reM for businessIn !
of the aviour calls Cols .
11,1' ' ill b<> elrcted for the year and other mercy 1ii'' ('r5. the Holy Sprit: sands j I A charming woman taKPS a broad j, because the mother used:,; beverageif j ui>- -lafe! milliner store; in thp-
at th, d\>or and knocks. Come, oh. I!, |i from Owens in the future :Js:
alcohol. letter Idms n
tl1'lnNtS; t transacted view of life She cannot be narrow. containing, A ai\j\ )u ar
com, now. her friends with Elgin IlL, mother illustrates .the neiltv another and a furniture store will
She wounds not unkind :
Cap, J. C. Patter : His subject for tonijnt. Is ther? _
en. commander of :::- 'II ( of great care as to the also be establishedMr HARDWARE COMPANY
chides it Is
If she with
W. T Shcrnnn (Po-t No 21 G. A. R., any rOJm for Jsus in Pensacola?" I words. otuer's; food and drink .while she io I Pouncej,. bookkeeper for H. D .
ffn! notice that a meeting of the post Miss Burrow will sins j 1 I a &gentle manner. j nursing her child F'inlay, has 'moved Info the J. L. Jer--
1m bo held at Billiards at 2 To deserve t:> b* called a charming j .
P. m 1 What I have to say should be of nisan: re"idance. i iMr
Io.da. Some important bus: to Tract Coarajcv. : woman, one must! be charming to women I
ness is j interest to mother who .are so for-I and Mrs Martin parents of Mr. '
r011'f' up and tl\e\ members are all reHi -- True courage is cool and calm. ''be I 1 as well its to.Dll'n. otherwise the ,! tun ate as to be able to nurse their; N X Martin\ : anj: .:\\Ir, Martin! and -[VRYTIIINGInUARDWARL
: "stea; !'; to attend. have the least of charm would be n' T'prIIP sided thing I ''
bravest of men : : |I' babies she writes. "Until my first I wife, a brother arrivd Friday from
insolence and In tL* ;, to It i is : to charm a man I did realize that : .
There were t\\'ent-two defendants j I brutal, bollying: to Fprak. easy taby came not coffee North Carolina and wll' make Pollard ) -
baore Recorder Lanej yesterday very time of danger are found u., :'I ra ninny (a5not\ !sa" easy :i woman. I wag the cause. of the severe attacks ol | the:r home. We always Mcorns good

morning: In the municipal court. AH most serene, pleasant: and free. Rage Is there n woman 81) unfortunate as nervousness to which I 33 subjectat ; citizen?. .", BELTING: VALVES AND FITTINGS -
bf> the prisoners, with the exception of we know. can make a coward forget i not to be charming; to S3rie one? times. I found that: when one ofj I Dame 'rumor has 't that on February -, ,

pro. 1II' re arraigned for ordinar.' himself and fight, but, what Is done tn I these attacks came upon me, baby wast I 11ththe! season's first wadding

nr.E'nlf'o.! For earning toncejiledGeo. and ca' jver be placed to affected in the same.way, at about the I will occur. Mr. Cfcas Toomer anl -
fury auger:
" j Ii tdllliiA the Gbcmf.As same time reflection led mo to ;
.apn, H. Brady was fined $lOt) the account of courage.-Lord Sbaftes- Mss! Minnie SkInner!! two very popular -
in cots One offender received a extraordin instance of rustot conclude that it was the coffee I drank jouns l) -,ple of Pollard! will ba :
tfntence Of thirty days five casesCere bury. I superstition} hrs b*'n brought to 1 light I that w as making both ill. married. I I

continued and two received a Ke...."*? Oat p.n., **. !I. 'In a Uungjnaa; vilhge. Owing to siniter j '"Having read an article about Pos- The Journal is too good to mi-s' solve I MASURY'S READY-MADE RAILROAD

lenience of ten days each Lady Frederick Cavendish. ('@' toM tVre authorities had the body of a peasant I a trial, and when I had learned to him to l ht our papers com on number PAINTS,
of the
illustration prevailing!
a story In it it
boiling at
cihaiued ami.were horrified to find i prepare properly; by six, which js due here at :2.13; p. m, If .
B3! Ever Ignorance; in certain 5a England.A least 20 minutes I found thatwith
Ma<1*-B'lie' Ribbon Lcm"j closes tbe hands and feet nailed down to the We miss getting "it on this iran! wo' -
on and \' womdi in dlsous! iiig the propriety cicam it was a delicious drink. Andit
anillabsolui lj pure. Goes| poor i cofhu. while a long nail had Also been i must wait until morning. j jM FAIRBANKS SCALES
' ,
w head said proved beneficial to the health
< 5 washing her cb'Jil'B : most
;is far and j I
gives desserts the I driven through: the neari. An inquiry i i R. McL'llan: tax assessor, was
famous "Blue Ribbon Flavor. "I know 'better than tp do that. I'vr i I of both of us."However in town Wedjnesda a'sessin taxes held with the that !
at OUtS result
J '* when I gave up the od
beard enough; of wateroo the brain. : and hands with' friends! :
an old woman confessed that the net I coffee I thought there would be no shaking SUPERB STOVES AND RANGES. ,
-I had beth perpetrated under her dree-! I!barns in having one cup of the ola' We can see Pollard' big, fat mayor i

tions. The man had dIed' a sudden! I I kind on Sunday mornings for old moot any tim: but the marshal; must
WEAKENS THE SYSTEM f still b in hiding as the sidewalk: ,. i
B death and there being a superstition i time's sake. Two Sundays showed I ? ...AGENTS... _
BLOOD ditches and alls ne attention :I.
in Hungary that persons dying under : me the folly of this. I was amazed I j, !
i iEt'ery it i such circumstances haunt the bOWie In 1 at the influence the coffee had on my'own : Pollard a good( o'd time'cieanlng. I IMr
and babY's nerves It made me '
which they else, the further superstition! who .has YORK LEATHER BELTING CO. LMaIIOrderSShiPPCdSamODaYReCCvcd
: T. W Stanton, b!en NEW
: t
and restless and unstrung till its effect .Jiad
part of the bod.is. the blood for nourishment
dependent on bas grown 1rthat postmortem reappeJtranees
real sick for thj past eight \\'e''ks 1 isslovlv
$itrenjth t t I time to wear off. and about the timeI .
: and when from any cause this vital stream of life becomes impoverished can be prevented nailing convalescing I
to feel easier it to1! .
began began :
;I or run-down, it invites disease to enter. No one can be well when the the bOOIn Its coffin The old woman 't thai'"' I''
biood effect baby through the milk, so
: is impure; they'lack the energy that is natural with health the coracxion further admitted having done the same '! It spoiled entire day. When 1 Medicines.
*. Afraid of Strong
becomes pale and sallow the vital energies are at a low ebb and: they i thing in cIt similar cases for many i, found this to be the case I gave up:
lffer from a general broken-down condition of health. The system is weak- years*-London Globt. : I thfe Sunday morning.coffee IndUlgence. Many people suffer for years from I -. .

fced and unable to resist the diseases and disorders that are constantly assail- I 'An:( that ended the nervous attacks "j rheumatic pains and prefer to do ro'I' -- -- t 1

": (: It. The Liver and Kidneys, failing. to receive the proper stimulation and tMeIiit PI.,.... I for both -of us. This -was ""five' rather' than take th' strong medicines CARD OF THANKS.We Lessons in Cooking and

"oanshment from the blood, grow inactive and dull and the waste matters;: The pistol used in the duel I is not the i years a;o,. ,and .I have used Podium usually given for raeumaUsm: not!! fake this method of thanking :.

an\\bodily impurities that should pass off !through these channels of nature I military ,arm cr tile revblver but avery irgularly ever
't left m the system to pioduce Rheumatism.. Catarrh.: Sores and Ulcers, carefully! made and vvoaderfullytccurate ; much as ) ever did the other kind ofcoffee. may bs had and! without and death our Sewing.
Balni taking of
Pain tb.3
} during
Vn: Diseases blood is 11tIus eakncd I
When the !
or some other blood disorder. weapon known as the dueling For S
inte-nally sale Hilbun Also
fretful medicine by
{ and diseased condition it should be treated with a remedy: that is not : pistol. For .tnauy years tie length 01'' *"I believe that the condition any j mother, Mrs. Elizabeth' : t Cooking vegetables, meats saladadeoserts ,
o many babies is caused by the -all druggists Grove Lodg?, No I
Cflly thorough S. S. egetable remedy, wish to thank Oak I pastr cakes, canjles: ,
but gentle in its action. S. a purely this arm was a uiattur of grave dNcnsslou i habit of the mother -
Cade? < of needed It not only cleanses coffee-drinking 4. and the Lad It'. Aqx1llary for their 1' breads.: DigestibIlity of foods!, foot! -
j roots herbs and barks, is j just what is ; at all the clutje; In England anon : 'It is hard to deny children the
&e L..x} of impurities and poisons and enriches and: strengthens.it, but the continent At first the Uuelin-,- i drink they see their parents! enjoying NOTICE: kindn ss. II i I values, menus etc. Sowing: drafting. 4 -s
THE CHILDREN cutting, fitting dressmaking !
its fine ,
gently builds up the entire system by i pistol bad a twelve lath barrel un<7 at table! and it IS.:1 great comfort to : for women and children M A, Mc- .
tonic effect. S. S. S. reinvigorates every mem- i aurNtw ntT" sound bullets to thepotnd. be1 able to let them have all the Pos. .
to the blood, De'rlsure" turn Served with W* have secured' the services of KM. ..... I'InOro, Instructor 301 West da*"
but In
S; S bet of the body.gi\'cstoneandvig 1MO the elder they want. creami who Is F. & A. M.A '!. ,I" 3febli w' S
and as .it goes to the different parts, carries ro-I with! his confrere Lej age. at Paris, i; has; proved an Ideal beverage for Williams of Atlanta, : an expert i -
i electrician! and we are now bet A special! communication of
ct 0 bust health and strength. S. S. S. acts : and Manton: and Egg of London the my 3 lithe ones. 1:
other 'I foua also that Postum f Ifl a i ter prepared than ever to do all kinds Pensacola Ix?dge, No. 42, F.'
PUREl' and gi\'es results than any most eminent p'utnl, makers: of theirre8pt''tin gieat .
? VEGETABLE. promptly? Catarrh. Sores I! prpducer of healthy milk, and am su:-etr.it ,of: electncil works'at moderate prices. 1\.1r., will b* nldJVedne TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. ,
medicine. It cures Rheumatism, many worried mother would be :Ring: niione 570 and our representative :: -f -day ni id iccs, Sbl-n Diseases and all other blood diuorurs, and cures them perJantnt'j. ,I length of the dueling i>Mol barrel at bepeflted bv its use/ f I cannot commend -. will call on you. Estimates:! fur- requested to be present! :and \isltinj It I

Our Medical Department will be glad to give adv'" ce without i u.ne inches and there it Las iviualned: it too hlghl)'." Name given by .:nhhed on all khils of work. brethren invited. By order of j -Ladies: watch;; return to

;...Tu'*: to all suffering with blood or skin diseases. Address" J'.' A case of t t't- best pistvK: usrd to hring Postum Co.. Battle'Cn>ek:. Mich. .:.. \ ELECTRIC: COMPANY., T. E. IIARVEV.\V. 31.: Hooton's Pharmacy for reward.Zeb1w .

TIlE SWIFt' SPeCIFIC CO. ATLAMTA GAi. \ from WO to 12 franc or ilOO t.XjSo :There' a .reason : 205 S.. Falafox St., .. Pensacola. Fla. B. M. SOU)110X. See: I I # '

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PACE FOUR ... THE( .p E N, :.4' 0 i}:;';J OUR.NAt: 1)iv. fJlJ,: 'CRNiN4= ..:FfiBRUAAY, .. t-; .:..1lIEd. ,,.'"-" --, .-- .. -, :.,- -- -- -
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MlNCMlEADrNG dime.
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1 ? BY "PROXYj .1!' g,npe ,19 P:;- a -
Per' aps the young ,woman to 'whomyou. I'':the favqrJofSbe population J
fJlJt Jtniatola t tDaily. ; gars jour scat in the car she ,1na grIP l,eq ated l IChff' : the ,Marc-l !
Jonfnal other day,is the best. stenographer m prase thatfe &'**? toe I "
tf the citv'-would b, worth more in I t, locks of all civilized womankind, that : "
!f'your office than any other young woman i' has acess! to nair dressing shops: ,-:-The!: : <,. THE.
II ; ;
in the city-would be able to' '"fntellig FebruarjMerroDoJ.ian: Magazine. i "
I! Weekly. SUnday. nily: do the things: whrch have i I 't? ..; !.f.. II t ti ,
a. been burden to but which 'I If::
long a )you ; '
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY, you have not been able tot! delegateto :i Might !Have' ;Helped Some. :

I T- anyone else;, butNot !' Rsvereuif ,Sarav Jones, be noted '
r. being a mind-reader. you didn't : Georgia revhalis : preacher was. at i
4c THE JOURNAL COMPANY. know a'l! this-nor that the young 'all tlnns: Jo igayi 13 least. forceful CANAL EDITION
lady is "looking for a better situation -: in_ his langi tnge._ ;rAbove all things; he:
;" and as you don't know who she !i objects to a pretense of sup rsaintli-
;1 FRANK L MATES, Pu.mUT a1rD Gunu MU..lGzt: is, you must l look for! her by proxy I ness, his religion being something onj
through a wa-t ad. the "sblrt 1 lasYes" order, On one- occasion ]
To on J man in this1' cit>'-perhaps : he had tak"n for' Ms text:"i ,
: MEMBER, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ;tha' man vr'io: ;:iepoed ;on jour corn'' ..Vanlt).," andto point his moral'''
tiso weeks ao-that house you want !I said. : " _
SUBSCRIPTION RATES to sell I horth at least) a hundrel>11 I "Xow, if there is a woman in ...l '. ,*. : ; ;.,"'f, :
dollars more titan it 1:1'worth to', anv i congregation t inorning'hQ di the'l ;

t'. ,1 One Tcar.5 GO One Month...:....... 'f5 other .nan So that it is worth at look low the mirror before j .
r Six Months......... 2 50 I- l One Week ............ .10 .least a hundred dollars to yon to'-'find to the meeting; I want to see her; 1I 1I I II IiI I : : -* "PRICEr.15,. CENTS. i : :., '
I ,
+ ; ''Three Montha....... 1 25 Weekly Edition year$! 00 the man to talk business, to him; but'I I want her io stand upl" I .
I A singh woman .arose, and stood .: ;'c' ,
You are not a mi"d-reader, and you with meekly downcast ejes. To, des-
.I : remember little of him. except that he I,Icribe' !her in a kindly .'wav. one would "'"- -" ,..... '"" .:
;, THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILU : weighs at least two hundred poundsand say "how lj." Ths Reverend Jones ..:;, '"_ t: ;: ". "" :" ._J
wears shots that are like iron-I I rasted his earnest eyes upon her. :
CIRCULATION $TATEMENT CAN BE'SECURED. ; so that this little "hundred dollar er1 i| :'Wen. God bless you, E\ster.\ h3t.aid. : --ORDER BLANK===:::: -
I: I, rand" of finding him mu-st'De entrusted *It certainly Ii a pity that Jon' A suberbly illustrated
!I to a want ad. I didn't-Success! Magazine for February -
Ofticee--l" and 110 EAst Government Street j' The man who has Ule mony' I' Pensacola The Journal's Panama Canal Edition i
TELEPHONE No. 38r work showing :
to furnish
enough you that needed nw l' )
capital walked past jour store twice The Pensacola Journal.
Glass Houses. she is The most ren acola. florida. ..
I Il yesterday; the servant who would b> as to.day.
PI1VSCOLA., FLORID4 TUESD AY :MOUNIN'G, FEBRUARY 6, 1906 worth to your wife twice as much as 1 .'Ha! ha! You'don't know how .funj -(.;, Gentlemen! Find enclosed! herewith 15 cents In silver for
I I her present one leaves, her place In!1 j ny those items really are," said thj !' complete and expensive one copy of The Panama Canal Edition which please send to
; the house three blocks from yours j drumm r, "Listen to this: "Ed:' the following address.
I next; week; the tenant who never j Mossback: was seen driving Sundae.., special edition ever issuedin
broke a lease and, to whom jour di i! He had a fine new horse and a pretty -
I apartment would be sure to apPeal K'rl"! Ha! Ha!" ; the Deep Water City. '.
strongly i la now looking for a place! ",Val, I dunI o." the gaodsbor: philo ,
: like it; the man wbo would buy tnat t sopher reph d. "Here's an item from of its I
; : horse and carriage of yours withoutan I the NO w York Howler: ')lrs: Van Following are some

I II I hour's parley wa:; "next to you ,, der Vest was pbsarvd: driving, In the
j at jour barber's yesterday, butTYou ; Park yesterday. It was' noted that special l features .
f can't read minds, and. you go I her:',lap- .
: 1 : bumping, into people all the time who leather a departure from the rubrrvelvet : I : 1 1N'trdtns
: could ,be useful and helpful to ,you. whic! .has been so POPUlarFe ."-** r

i i I: ) ; you So, if must these give people the job are to worth a want finding ad-I ruarY' Smart t .SL. 1 1I 1i i Over 100 half-tone views of Pensacola, Pensacola' ,,;..nd scenes. }in surround

vertrsement assured that s- .
IF THEY CAN BE FOUNDAVANTADVERTISEMENT Ten-Story' Lighthouse.The ; ing country. : -

WILL FIND New Diamond Shoals LightHouse 'of water and points of interest
I i Page map of Pensacola l Bay, showing depth :
THEM! will sox >safeguard a dangerous .
1 hut will 4 In itself a i "' "
ccasl )>e about the place. .
: I ; # *jt." I model in construct' on. Livingston ... Ka c ." f ". .p r's' r ,
,' J'iJ Wright,,' in his article, ,on the Diamond A special.article' on Pensacola and the:'Panama Canal by W. A: Blount, Jr.
p : CLIPPINGS FROM THE #t Shoals L :;ht1" in the 'F ruary Tech-
,FEBRUARY MAGAZINES .-.'. nical World Magazine describes it as "
i k i, follows: *, :. "* : A Review of "Historic. Pensacola, by J. E. D. Yonge.

:r i i I! tt iR flll_ '1 iE "tIE FtT*-b3' "The lighthouse Is to- have eight i! Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal on Pensacola: by
i differat floors. bgstdes"the; lantern
r ;:j,i .Hair and The "Drammer. i gallery and watch-room. The first : ,Governbr: < B.'Browardr United States Senator S. R. Malloryf United States Senator
: Cleo de Merod,. w'aoss .wellatIve'r-, will be equipped with three lifeboats, '
i ,
s- f : (j,tised visit to this country a .few:..yearsi with a crane: for hoisting or' lowering Ji as.-P.' Taliaferro. and Congressman W. B. Lamar.
I 'on the outside! Tlie 9-cond floor will
,i i i| ago. which preceded e h?r appearanc j I be divided>d into' four rooms, and con i! A "Romance of the Fleet," by Nellie Cravcy Gilmore
on the stage in :New York making her !!! tabs the 'fas-?!'gnan! ; apparatus and
I I I t ephemerally noted, is about to perJ> two oil engines.:. The third floor will An article on "Sugar Cane in 'West Florida" by Judge Jno. Thomas Porter.
: trate Another, dash Into publicity t'-1 I contain the hoistin,;'engine' for operating .
F : j 1.I this silo of the Atlantic. She has :: th! :crane. 'two- large provision "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago," by Senator Stephen R. Mallory.An .
rooms anca. bedroom, The fourth
:;:i I yet engaged her press agent, and the I I'I and fifth floors I I| coupling of her name with that of ,
i bi- and
I : rooms.j' W flung rosin a i '
i I!I the King of Belgium is no longer an I i I bathrooitu Qne-Jialf;of J bas'xtll! floor Paradise. by 'Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.. :
: Interesting nor a popular item of new*,. I will be djetoted ttp the'jdinlng. room,
i And -so one is led to speculate upon the other haIr ).t9.-J.b kitchen. ,' pantry, Pensacola trade statistics from his report to the Chamber of Commerce, by
and );e rigeraloJT: seventh floor
i the course to:be pursued to make her I ;
will]] Navy a do.7ble'sittingroom or Secretary W. C. Jonas. ;' : <
: I.sufficiently! conspicuous. and sound as_ library, !and! ;a:laundry. On this floor (
an,Inn>st 1ent forth American theatrical tl '
a.150. will be' faded' a tank holding
m'tn\ger'who is daring, enough'to 1.600( gallons t : fresh water Th .
try to revive an interest in this petite: eighth fl HiBfe( ) .- :
:JOr w properly equippedfor : : .: : 1 t
Parisl one. It should be 1 I ; : : J.
: enouga for th-Lighthouse: Sfi>ice-.ropm. Th3 '
i r I xme" ..woman-svn a French woman:'-f"ninth floor jvjll*contain the watch- The work is attractively, printed} on heavy enameled paper, and the half-tone
to have originated and ,
anew room,'>4ml wJU jia,\'e a gallery extending '
I st>'le of hair-dressing. Coubtlepa ..all the-wa> aropnd U:: The floor views which embellish it are not only representative of the city's widespread pointsof
: In the far future, !if her name is recalled ..abo\'e this: will contain ,the light itself .
r at all. Mlle M?rode will be remembered :visible. in.sform; 9. -..calm for about attractiveness, but they are supc. samples of the engraver's and the printer's art.
I I as the creator, of the "in- 20 'mfT .;
r I k: s\ t!. "aj The Panama Canal Edition will be on sale at the news stands and throughout

/'the city on Thursday, and out-of"town readers are invited to send in their orders on

the coupon contained in this announc me t. Address all orders to



} M'I* j sroRY -" Pensacola Florida.

o, ; i CvOT 01 I. TO I MERE, I

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*, '7 on old -A.*. Safes! Safes'! Safes!
r1 A. famous French general l when asked 'j
C it- ,BOOK NOTICES. 4 how ,It '"'u that be bad such an Buy Diebold Safes!
$ erect carriage replied that It was h. I ,

1' Ct cause he bent over and touched' tb. i i Scarritt Moreno
13 I :' floor with his Qtigers' thirty times every ,
day, If be bad neqnlred rigidity''.Agent
al'win'fTbirty More Famous Stof.
t : of the ipjne' po that lie could not do
r let: Retold,. By James ,,Baldwin, author that he would have'bad with It weak

/: .of Baldwin's Headers: etc Cloth abdominal nwdes, which result in -*# **
+= 12mo, 235:; pages;, with i illustrations. portal congftitlon. This portal congrotlon iP '
t Price 50 (.f'nls.mt'rlcan Book Company interferes with 'stomach digestion 71PIANOS AND ORGANS. *
New York Cincinnati and Ch.- and with the action of the liver The CASH OR EASY TERMS '
1 cago. poison destroying power of the, !liver Is .:'IEAll. Piano Work Guaranteed. **
l oar' '
y lessened
*nto intoxication' results andarteriosderoeli
COME THIS ITS THE Issued in the Popular series of Eclectic 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST
and old!
age come on at
: WAYTt4E R. School Readings this work is PHONE 416.'J
a much "rUa' :day. But oy keepingthe t 1.
!: a contInuation. of Dr. Baldwin's: earlier
spine fx1bl"; wild _tbe abdominalmuscle #
9 i?# > Si'r 7l' 7l' 7F 7l'7l' *i%'ii
; esE7 successful book. Fifty Famous Stories: :' tronf; end taut the portal circulation

1r t Re-told. The present volume is .intended to kept fr<* and old Ale 11 For and
1l for the third :rear in school, btld offs-Good Zealth. Expert Repairing

' tY tiny and thy vocabulary Is) adapted accord'Ingly Engraving, go to
Irrlq Rd ThIn.M+..
| to .somewhat older pupils than
the prec d:ns collection of stores Sir make Henry itendernesa Irving WM'acceptable the first or actorto tolerable J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler

Those here told are nearly all true, on the English ,tae. He was 213 South Palafox Street.
and all are extremely entertaining, as very thin In his earllf r middle: age and
: related by the author Among taem theater goer' ::0(' tbf day wondered The Latest Designs in Watches
I- )> are those of Columbus and the Egg whether, ., could endure to see a lone
figure ,d'J Jegt, both uapedded.. and Jewelry.GRAND .
1 Galileo :and the Lamps, Sir Isaac Newton Until
[ then fatneii bid been obligatory it it -
the :
I and Apple. The First Printer,
difficult to realize,now the full
convention -
James Watt and the Teakettle, Webster !-
of cheat and ab nldera and calves
j t and the Woodchuck The Man.,in Comparatively l lately a: man-- of stag BALL !
HERE IT IS, 1 the Iron Mask The Fall of'Troy, How experience was urgent' '!tb a'company

t., My WiFE'S Rome wa, Founded Hannibal tad of Engllth'.amateors that all the thin

PE REI. x1-vU 4.Hero of Carthage, and' Crossing: the women and an the I"ft'm il should be ..at.,
:! Rubicon. The book Is profusely and made plump. "Jiotblnp! ," be said, *1s!

attractively Illustrated, and 'should ao impoaslbl l'b4'mre as thinness.,
-' Irving changed all, this because his
+ prove as, popular, for supplementary' genius waa wedded- tp. 'uncompromising FORT''BARRANCAS...
reading as its predecessor. thinness

i ::- Wednesday

'' f old cold con;.9 new ope quietly

l The :Taking Ira the story of $ welt throat, Special dummy, will leave the
to' !
consumption. A>er';
y 7 o'clock
Pectoral,pre.k,_up the taking city at ,
j } : cold habit It trenpbfna, heals.' Ask after the dance is over
C' (J R b. your doctor to till ysu aU bcnst It.
a tWIMIMtoW Kandt
1 'I; ; t T.YSie.y3 : O ;ca. .. .. .Qa I .ff0..:'> Tickets', on .sale! at
; 'Kitchen:by Joe Santo.


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-- T'HE., P N.s' L UESDAY _MO R.NING-* K9\J,\ A-R Y 6,
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I We Want 2e2eal.I I Iot :IEIAI R fNJUREDI I I(


fu The Quality Store" I

N If you need a Suit! : of.f: Clothes: call, in'and let-usshow. ; m TRAIN

!j you our excellent line. ., ,

i'a i If you need },a" pair of Trousers? we. cap show you a line ,ffijj *** Attempted to Get Aboard at Coyle Special Advance Showing and Sale !

Street But His
!m jj of Trouserings that are elegant in style and finish. ,SJ Footing


WOMEN. Sample line 1{ ,A negro familiarly known as
m now on hand.'N' |1'Judge" Lee, employed as a, waiter at

the Southern_ Hotel, lost'a leg, an eye
'M If you want your Clothes cleaned pressed or repaired I I, and was otherwise painfully injured. t

Ras I the result of attempting to board Positively the Handsomest Showing Ever on Display in Pensacola.

ft bring them to us. Our' facilities for doing this work are the fU the dummy train at Coyle street last

c fi best in the city. N hospital night. ,He where Is now the leg in was St. amputatedjust Anthony's I .,i .' Something Here to Suit Every Taste and Purse. x

below the knee. .
jjj Best equipped dyeing, plant in West Florida m ,Lee, it is understood, was on hi* We Especially Invite Your Inspection and Criticism
,,wayo'a dance, and,was evidently un-

jjj Are, you a member of our Suit Club? If not, ouoUghtl 1 I stopped der the impression at the foot that of Coyle the dummy street, ENGLISH AND GERMAN ROUND THREAD

t near the old Bronnum mill site,
flj to be. For only $150per month we keep, your clothes in j but such was not the case. As the

fj good shape. J Jfj fti |I: 11 train(; endeavored passed at a to good jump. rate of aboard speed Valenciennes Laces and Insertings !

tU (but he missed 'his' footing and was

Our Mr. Mendel is an expert ladies' tailor, having been tU 1 i throws Th"8 under the cars. From 2ac to 35c Yard.
wheels passed over the left leg

HI employed for 15 years as foreman of one of the largest ladles [ below the knee.' badly mangling that .i..
member. In' the fall one of his .
I was also knocket from the socket and Valencienne All-Overs, :: 60c to $1.25 yard V Venice All-Overs, z 75c to $2.50 yard
Q in, New York
\Uftj tailoring concerns City. 1m i bodyv were many bruises'about the face and Baby Irish All-Overs, :u SOc and 60c yard rc, Venice All-Overs, ::: lOc and 75c yard ,

All work Called for and delivered. ; 1! He was picked up about 8 o'clock
and taken to St Anthony's hospital
.f where the leg ", amputated" and the Venice Collarettes and Collars, 25c to $2.50.

| Reese Mendel Co. 5, w 1 other wounds dressed. y Ruby Vals Mechlin, Baby Irish and Torchon Laces,

Tailoring H,I THANKSGIVING- IN JAPAN. 5, 6? 8\. 10, 12=, 15 to 25c yard.

$ Phone 675. 1J t North Palafox Street. I,I 1-Taakeeii of.(tla.Their Orl Own..t" Have a Day Galoon Bands and Medallions, 1.Dc to $2.50 yard.

i Americans Dave fondly imagined that : t

2222a222aaeaee22ee2aeeeaaaaaaaeaaaam22e! Thanksgiving day is an institution pe
-. -- ------ ,I collar to themselves. Not so. TIle wonderful NEW MERCERIZED WAISTINGS !
_. ,
"Yankees of the orient as the

Japanese have been called, are like usIn Self-Figured Poplins and Piques ..Bought :Before the Big Advance.
l NEWS MOTES NEWS NOTE'SOf' more ways than one. One of the re Wants
here and take
Bring Waisting Monday
WEATHER WILL semblances lies in the tact that both your
tl OJ HIPLEY BONIFAY countries bare a natioMI thanksgiving. advantage of these Exceptional .

Perhaps it would be more modest to Value-Giving,Prices.:
say ,that we are like the Japs in this
respect:, for tbeybad their Thanksgiving j 20c 25c 3Oc 35c and 4Oc
B BE E ,COLDER Special i l to The Journal. : yard,
known how old
first It is not Just
Special to The 'Bonlfay. Feb.: 5.-Mr. J. D, Seasonshas' the Institution 1* with them but it an actual' aaiing( of from So to lOo a yard. We guarantee you can't duplicate them either in Qualify
Chipley Feb. :i.-Ir. J. aft: Garrett, just moved with his family l ,from.i "
chief engineer of The B. C. & St. A. Steadmaa, N. C..- having 'bought an I must date back 'some centuries. The Pattern or Price. !If(...Ise.you'll'' ba here MoadaJ.SIluO .
dayis' celebrated bra the 17th of October
II. R, has resigned and a Mr. Hyer, interest in a milling property Mr.l
with them with itIII
TODAYPrsdictions Sessons has been elected president: and thus as us
or Washington, D. C, has assumed th? the SessonvWhitted Co.. who have a thank offering for the harvests ando
duties of chief and a Mr. Pevy those occurs in the'autumn. FUNNEL WAISTS, FLANKa WAISTS, '
bought a large tract of timber land (

01 the assistant road is progressing engineer. rapialy.The( work Mr. on L. near here and plant.A will. build a large manufacturing -i'I' The going day to opens the:in shrine Japan before by the snnrise-mikado 0 0 SACRIFICE PRICE 6 9 C $\1 I.5 0 : SACRIFICE PRICE DI.IJ

. :E Miller, the general contractor has Are that Cold Wave bank has ben organized (obe, and offering, thanks.and supplications
known as Tne Bank of Boaifay;, with;; to God and to the'spirits of his
gone Among to New i the York prominent business.visitors "In Will Reach, Pensacola at capital: of 115.000.00. The followingwell i tors After the rising sun which ances.1 60 Pieces lOc Zephyr Ginghams 612c yard. ,
known business at the!
men are
pan's emblem comes out over
town yesterday were Col.. D. H. Horne All New and
: Spring Styles Colorings. ,
head' of the new concern and a suc-, turesque hilltops of the island ,
of of Bonifay,
Orange Hill, A. Sessoms Early
cessful l ubln is ,thereby assured I
> ss :
i) a state banquet is ordered and similar
and M.: :M. Morrison of DeFunlak. '
President, A. Sessoms, Bonifay; Vies- I
:Mrs Lizzie Bardiner of Chicago is .I banquets are bad all over the kingdom.\
the guest of relatives. Mrs. Gardiner A cold wave, which is now moving President. .J.H., Godwin. Bonifay-; The Japs have no turkeys to grace tne "PURITANA" FRINGED AUS SKA" (INFRINGED
Cashier G. W.' Banflll. 1
came south for her health and she southward, is expected' to reach Pen- } occasion but they have other toothsome 'S 2 125 $1.75 $1,25" '
says she is 'Very much improved and eacola some time during lo-day and ,' Several' ; aw and houses aratnow under be| dishes peculiar to themselves. It QUILTS, CLEARING PRICE ) ) QUILTS, CLEARING PRICE dtDC
if the prediction of the weather official construction: many more will :
'will Sheriff stay Allen's until about house May Is or now June.nearlynady is correct, it will bring about the coldest I built In the near future. In' fact' the Its ppbablp.thai f$.e.1'4 not indulge la I :'
> : 'as we, for they.'
be weather of the season. future of cur little town is very'bright
for the We hope to
paint. '
I I \ ar ,'a.n' abstesttiott /pec'pfe.' Then the
Cold wave warnings were displayed as our citizens as a rule are public ;
able to coon number him among our
citls@ns. during ;yesterday over government I spirited end all strive for the advancement : day.;if not tociein trk is spent'jn parks j 3 Yours :for ,Quality

It is reported. that a large: force of building, a telegram! having been 'received -I t o- the community. i I andundecthb_ttws.It.hTsife'.to .' ,
men are at work on the Apalachicola Sunday afternoon notifyig: the : earV however, that wh1.1ttierap. : )
Northern R. R. at River Junction, and I local office of the approach of the cold The Sideboard. .ges,, :Thanksgiving; _antedate, t 'W. J. & B., FORBES.
they have quite a quantity of steel er weather. When some enthusiastic, furniture ours nothing'was'known of.it by our t thJftaD
ready to put, down. II Although a change was felt after collector tells you that be ,list a, aids 'ancestors.Wiak I
midnight the temperature did' not fail
tc marked extent durin'g the night. board 300 years old do not believe him
A Point In Inactuation. I writes N. Hudson :Moore in Delineator. .1
For a century past probably longer, -
for there w.:-e no sideboards then-

the rule has of ,been the best, "Three printers words and, in publishers the I I makes Great love eeber.e."He to sumvner! girls 1* no either, nor The a hundred earliest.ones and fifty.are years not more age Kidneys Make Weak I SB*paid en the 1.. .t".DI.' .....NNN N.N.N0N..-..NNN.raNNN.NNN.NNt
the winter time. and to' winter girls in
construction 1 j jY
tame: are separated bj I
than one hundred and twenty-five./: "Here complained the aggrieved
commas."- 'Two examples will illus I the"What's summer.the idea Tf* thirty years of age and such antiques ledles.I rather, ."I bare spent nearly $15,000 : "That's Certainly Good'Coffee !
trate tIle rule: I is these are few and far between.: on that girl's education and now she I
** 'Tt inks they come a little cheaper
"John,James and Thomas have .
come i when BOn." None of them Is to be picked up.7'tore Be, goes and marries a &50Q a year clerk
1.8 to pun etna ted. the first name ,\is 1 they're out'of lei -ctey& that'th table was the only large I KIDNEY I DISEASE'S CAUSE' HALF "-Well," said the friend of the family, Wefrequntly hear: such expressions about our coffee. : {,} : "
vocative- tie second and third nomina lasd Leader. piece of dining room furniture. The THE COMMON ACHES AND "isn't that all of IS.per!: cent on your t Couldn't be otherwise if bought of The Popular Grocer. S 1
tine Two persons have,come. first man to make what we know at PENSACOLA I Investment What.more do you wantr" .James,and.Thomas have come." Fewcrtal Help ILLS OF. cheaper loan others; but each one is the best any de ales 1
And now the three names are all ""I have givenup smoking. sideboards iras a cabinet maker named .. PEOPLE. I Thy, you three before you were Thomas Shearer of London. England; A Stubborn Opening. r
nominatives. Three persons hack come. married to give ,it 'up. and, you who issued a book of designs in the II -jf.--!-'-- 'be head of the household was going The two meanings can be indi.atedotb couldn't. year 1788 That they were! immediate.ly *I% linil\'eakens through her. husband's pockets the next :: CARNIVAL 1 LB. CAN.'. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .40c lir
wig( only by a too't ote.-New .'1' bad no wife and raother-in-law to popular 1. shown by the fact that aU As &ne 'weak a chain morning. I CARNIVAL "Z' LB CAN. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..75c :
York Times. I II IL I I weak kidneys'weaken the wholeJhqdy . .. .. .. .
th > Houston Post the other cabinet makers took tq make so "Wbatkept you out PO late last t CARNIVAL, .3 LB CAN .. $1.00 .
belt' me (n.-
ing them too, and in 1TSO Hepplewbita and hasten the final breaking-' I II night T- she suddenly demanded.It t:. CRACKER, JACK.;; BULK. LB .. .. .. .. ..2Oc i '
book with his I I ( ,- Orders for Vegetables.; filled in any Quantity.
the ,
published a designs. and doOye "' strains, colds and other t Vas the opening campaign
two years later came Sheraton wits causes injure; the kidneys, and when my dear' the lesser half replied. I Z:t 14WGilrden Popular :
his. After this the sideboard ,may bet j! 'Js lessened the whole "Well, it didn't take three corkscrewsto JACOBYThe
their activity PhAne 183 .
have been established. I I it?" :Y t .
Mid to excess of uric it. did t
body suffers from the blood. And open she'drew the offending articles N....N.1N NN..NNNNNNN.NNN .NN..t4...Z

PAINFUL PERIODS Peter Slw .*.* .'. Hew. T*.r. f, poison Aches circulating and pains in and the languor and!. from his side pocket and waved them --- ----,- _-_ --- .- -- -- j

The custom of celebratingYear's Sew urinary ills ccm: and there is an ever-J before bim.--Cleveland ,Plain Dealer. 'READ" THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
in Is largo I ,
day our own country I towards diabetes
Ufe often seems too'long to the woman who'suffers Iy due to the'Dutch. Old Peter' '' !and ncrjasins' fatal B tendency!!ght's disease.. There 1 is 1; iwordleu" ;

from painful periods. The eternal bearing- resant! made much, of the day, hu'-1'I no real help for the sufferer except "tes" said the condescending youth

down headache backache, leucorrhea, nervousness, cheery assemblages were held at. kidney help. "I am taking fencing; lessons""Good iA &
governor's home in New Amst.rd.m.1The Doan's Kidney Pills act directly'I on ," answered Farmer Cornto-
dizziness griping,, cramps- and similar tortures are Dutch method: of kissing-the'Wo a. ]'I the 'kidneys and cure every kidney- ill. sel.. "I silos siH yon was goin' to turn ,
dreadful. To-make life ,worth living, takeWoman's : en for "a happy new year" bras- observed ]j: Pen acola cures ap the proof. In ant do, orn thin' useful What's your
: and toll taken of an whQ,w re Mrs. David ,C. Wilson, wife of Capt. specialty gain! to b* rail stone or OLD 'FASHIONED' '
young and handsome.! In fact, duringthe David C. Wilson, of the tug boat Columbia barbed eriret'.W'.altingtnr' K'':u.
reign of Peter Stuyvesant ')1'." 'l and residing at 26 South Reus I WIIISkIEISFULL
oJ@rdQj Amsterdam! was: the most thoroughly j I II street, says: "If Doan's Kidney Pills Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the: *>.!
I bekisaed country: In all ChristeuQom |t I had not banefitted me nothing could'' Mother's Favorite. I
: and formed a marked .contrast to ,tt, induce me to recommenl them either;'II A LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.
1 had a never-
staid Puritans who" thought,th eV'' 's publicily: or Th9 soothing and healingProper! ,
oerrance of this dlT-savor**! itrongty j I ceasing pain in nervous the small, and of my when back I,;, ties'of ,,tols remedy its pleasant taste T-QTS. ,tit ekIicve AN MAN will goagc Ida purchase of
Reliefd Janus and that 'made me and permanent cures have "OLDRYEJFULL" intelligent for his health.
of reverence for the. god (jI j I work around the house and prompt \MtJskrythroaghan regard
went about
who made no note of their first N!W.j I I would my be intense. Other" made Jt a ra'prite'with people everywhere GI We sxowthat ANY man is TOO intelligent to buy imitation
Tt relieves inflammationpurifies and enriches I I Tear's day to the sew world save;'tt the !pain : It is especially prized by whiskey after he discovers he has been ,
quickly : 'of' kidney complaint were 0 t
symptom j of small children for cods.! tricked" The crusade against adulterated articles
the blood, strengthens the constitution and I I record, "We went to work retimos"= 1 I' noticeable and- I decided to try tol mothers croup and whooping cough; as it always HQTS."OLDCORr. of food'and drink has been so pronounced that the s f
diseased conditions from which New York Evening Post. cheek the trouble before it became affords quick relief and as it buyer'has learned the importance of investigating
permanently cures,all ateJ. I sent to Sidney I 3 3dealer.
Io :;i dtpps and Ace opium or.othr' harmful THOROUGHLY before accepting the claim of any ,
weak women suffer. Sew Tear'. In Ca ..r'.' Tl_.. : Ka n'a 3rug storeand got* drug contains,. It pia be given: ; as confidentlyto \ WHISKEY We. CHAM.SXGS invetigatioD"oa can't P.-
marvelous reliable.At At the Raman festivals of the'godJanus i, Doan's Kidney Pills. Their use! to an adult. For sale by, be too critical to suit us. Our Famous Old-fashioned
It is matchless aibaby as Erprcss rrc.
kidneys, banishedthe removed of critrVdsio.
strengthened Wluskle far from the possibility
held on the calends .January, my to are
all druggists' in $1.00 bottles. I gifts and good wisbe were exchanged backache: and prevented the lan all druggists. ._ _.__ point in the They are as pure as Nature's own inyredjent callo r
South reafdby : raakettKtn.andrtrLY AGED byTIME. They ate
friends,met Ugether. and feasting and guor and depression that I felt mornings Son. 0' MxtxcixALLT Puts. Na household should bwtttvpntttTCBU
GREATLY." do house work with., S. R. Skipped ia plain unrnmrticd package AU 4'
SUITERED : I couU my ; A. A. Adams Lists
WRITE : dancing masking and mnmmiog were and I regained usual i I Bank awl Com A+ndes and Erprew Co.'.en lor* uL Our ;
of Bclle- dertret out suffering my ) I \ household worl Remit by Exprcwor
Mrs. L E. Clevenger! the order ot tfae day. January AbsoloerelUbilUyU a
dence freely,telling and fr us N. C.,*!.tt my Monthly periods of Car Its name from the god Janus who"watrepresented energy For sale and by health.all' dealers. Price 50! Regular meeting of Omar Ixxjge of I 1 .$3.40 r.O A:HM trial ey order: Order make.or Kaebaoge, a _Tm.n current.Tit cuvtnmrr la Atlanta. __ 5,t' '4

troubles. We life, but wonderful the first relief bottle and nov wit) two facet looking i* cents. ',Foster-Milbum. Co., Buffalo" Perfection, No8. at 730 p, m.. Februarv'S. -. THE I'M, IIOSECOMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. '
plain sealed \ better me health thin I have been opposite dir rtlODS. as the'month')ruN New York, sole agents' for the United .' Reception of pjtitions, batIloting'an1 ;. r
difis' Adv time." l& Pred"r_ to look back upon; ptf States. <* I'] : work. rv
Medicine Co., 'h'iill'"I past.year ani forward that3which: : j j Remember the name-Dean's-and BRUCE S. WEEKS. V. M.I Y

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JlAGE SIX. tHE P1SAC, .: LA JOURNAL. TU : ; tA' ..:r.J-o.n Ho1 .t'.4 t! Y'. : -.19P'

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.. 4 s **ax t tia :,.= u :_ u .m; .. ':rI r- ;MJTB: -%3.i'nlngCltiui.: t tie a 1 'b..fr .of tbat:a n 'anonynip Mrs." Lapfcll3j 11conir >*-;' Ttied S : 'Neivous Mothers

; button which had appeared"int ;

4 I Mi "club. Jn great shrath.Mc?. LapJin -' .
f i' : I I |J ajr> 4'Mr3C; President' ,**' she: I
SAd! '.I rf nsa. to 'rVst tinder any suchiflfiftfl4in i ii
:Mahe JJnh&ppy; Homes'rheir Condition; Irritate
4 i jg that... 8-nd 'I hereby: !Itn ,

I tt. ,t1i( .< ; :
i Seen, Heard and Done Among Those, Who Go, Come and | j !:1ssPa-are rJp\ne, 1'1 V 0.{ ..tb. ':", QL ag.>j I of Mothers; Have Been Saved From Nervous


I ;, Tarry .!l Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere: ; | V -V--1Irs. KIte Kruc'. fl3W', of PCOl'l.1.I ,Prostration arid: Made Strong and Well

i5.!) accompanied bY. 'a friend arrived/, /

: I ?rnday: arij las: been tbe gutn of Misjii I
t" j' By C. NOJJE aWL Telephone i&69d *, ..: *:' i -f'-psj: '.Tt5ieti: nut' eaves this mum-

,}' ............ .";_._--- _. -.-------.. -.-.-.----. ."..1I..............-...-.___----.w._.__"... ........,..._.___.'u'_'_"", .. .,,....., 'ting mo; :for h". D-Miss* Jul1k I rue to. spend who was about a mefn-two,

"I ;, ter.f. : .the ;.cry aJCfesiful.former.

'A right to WOMAN'S tread so RIGHTS.sottly ; ./ f,1 ;' I'The ;. ,. WKea ypa by ir Jr'cs,', Insist on i ?f ftraccla E3iliBry! firm of Cowers & '
"- havIng the bs:! and aduUe- Krbse;: has a fcost; -friends who will!
Beside the couch of ; coiirna/'s. Dauy.Fashion impup
To smooth with gentle pain fingers ttt'r: ;: rated fooj 1 is dsSgiroVisl! We'carr/I bf- -Jafl 'tz, Iirn that .she will slay
the best." *. 't : t 0tor a' Ioner vS&it! on her rctutnMrs. .
The tangled IOCKJ: again, ;
' To watch besiue the dYIng Lobstas.i . .- -. .'. ..51and 50s can t -
In wee small hours ot ni'.;ht, .' Shrimp. ti .4.--" ..: .i.lOc: can ri'rinrc!! !ofVabasb... .I Iml
f 'M6 uVial
hai "spent the win'er
And breathe a consecrating prayer f Devil Crab* witarsii< -' .l-.25s can : :

When the spirit takes its flight. .- Soft Shall!! Crabs. ... .-, -33? can r'rtth la her' dJU Tftf!v MrjJoJa: V BurrovHe.'t >
) nl.'ht tb \li: her son in Los:)
Clamfi. .. .t V.Ifcc
-.1 .i can,
,A right to cheer the weary .' f. Sahojon. extra ftae.r. ,.- /. s 20c caaROSENflU jAnfe'.cs.I, : dl.V ,
Oil the battle-field of life; t *
To the the word of sympathy : MrWlle.. Siltsarsh rehrn2Sut..-

1 f.ralA the toil and strife; ?:..- I I GERELDS, I!V I day: D? M' 'and-- *.:is. 'acceb'pd. -' the -ios-. '
JOTJ la-rhs F.'rs rvstonal! Rick
I I : .resigvJJ
To lift burdens gently
; the
From sore and tired hearts ... ; ; The Fancy Grocers,, ;' by ,Air",.O. If. SmithJr._ I Li
!I '- V5 -4. SV /
And never weary of the task : Phone
331. .
e Pensacola.I
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i.tr. ; le'afes thl;
ifr.v..i-ne! A Dooly l ;

: Tilt gloomy care departs. ,; ,,, ,} -- ............'" I'rnoraips jor Ap-ijichTcola.: called there '
; A right to be a woman ...,.;... t' ,;.. r. i bjthe eerlops: :Illnirs:: of her mother .A1rJ: 040/eti&PZJ .4frJ Ci5 zj-

-. In truest woman's work- /fi '.. Nick's Buffet and Mrs. M.: fL. Vin? rt.: ;If: life should be a hard one Ittaadrd Uricivfe thiS: list: .o! the! week : A nervou. irritable mother often on Mrs. Chester Curry Leader of the

,No duty ever shirk; II W, bnj a tcjc:rani; h'tstened her dsp.ir-: the verge of hysterics is unfit to care Ladies' Symphony Orchestra, 4! Sar -
.- A, right, to show to others i Restaurant: ,tuc. '; V t Tor children}, it ruins a. child's disposition toga Street, East Boston, Mass.,
ft.; :.- S -: -, 3. S and reacts herself. The writes:
How i upon
strong a woman grow, .
.- -- ,' A to'-fri':1. frnmMr.. Hirflcld ro trouble between children and their Dear Mrs. Pinkham
:When skies are dark and lowering
And life bears not a rose. : J 4\i\ : S Is the opy] pla'ce ofMtiMntpjn I ditt /t1oa-- I:1olnctd: the safe-ar-i t 'mothers too often is due to the factS "For eight years I was' troubled with n.trerae .

: -'i-- I is I'. ( "sa :Ola. in fastIt ti't l :'aT Tinvh'e. 'Kyi: :, of hiauelf-ahd: that the motb iflu'wme female weakness by irregularities.nervousness and I could hysteria neither brought enjor )lif t**

A, right to love one truly I I brirJJis: : ; O6-cv 3\? Jlwn-wO and she is entirely unfit to bearS nor sleep nights:I was very irritable,nerroni
And be loved back again; S \\tra tnrrcd! :fc'ij.iday: rr.oraiji's at tie: the strain: upon hernervfs that governing and de.poit.ient.a. .
A right to share his fortunes ;. APrdetoPes : .; rlr.1> of the arijnether, Mrs. K children involves;, it is impossible .Lydia E. l'inkhsm's Vegetable OrapotinH

Through sunlight an through rain;: < % ? : :::-]!..!>3. ia th:?. .pX:.!; for her to do nnjlhinj calmjy. was recommended and proved to I* th. only
'ff i. I S The ills of xveraen act like a firebrand remedy that helped nie. I have daily mi-
.A right to be protected in health until 1 am now stron
proved and
:: From life's most cruel blights ,, : coIa.: : I ..ia'attcr: win kind; 011"J) 'll ]i upon the nerves, consequently nine- well and all nervousness has disappeared.Mrs. ?.
Sure'these are woma 's rights. : ':. ,,4 .nsiii; i If Dji: r'-3bor. L'raon or VItiiiaV ,S tenths of the nervous. prostration. nervous Charles F. Brown Vice-Presi-
-Boston Globe. .. ', S ., Larser"cities cano; ;! fi's'!! 'w -iJbi :?, YO'Jr moaey'r.tto ?-:: despondency, the clues. sleep of dent of the Mothers' Club. 21 Cedar
and irritability
fuficJ. S 5 5S I nervous
t -+- ',< Ifas:' cf'a : Terrace Hot Springs: Ark., writes:
I je.tpr: eua.ppejplace' I I. women arise1.from some, derangement !Warlrs. Pinkbam-
E-' SUNDAY AFTERNOON. V : The" service is the. [I II : V _. ... .. .. \-..r.. I of the female orjraaism. I dragged through nhie years of micer.able .
.- !best tha.. can babad.I j 110 experience) fits of depression existence. worn out with jiain and
,- Two duly with :'Tile t [bzee-ci;p-h ic ;:od .tJu re ciI'itt.tII. you nervousnefft -
people armed
-- young .
: I :; ; with restlessness, alternating with until it seeiped as though I f.bnu4!
the legal document necessary, called Nick Propi'rf : ; .eel f l'J.ael: ItaTaa rb1h I II1 extreme irritability? Are your spirits fly. I then noticed a statement of a woman

.i at the residence of Minister W. T. ,I Apostle j ,. h iveH: Llpsiral-v: ; Iry the-rnlin: i I I easily affeeted5so .that one minute yon troubled as I was, and the' wonderful rmulu
Tracy of the Church of Christ .. she derived from Lydia E. PinVbam's Veg-
Sunday 4 -, AecoeO1e: : d}.' \:bJc-n.: 'stliletrid : lauh. and the next minute you feel
: ; ,afternoon to be married. The .. .. __ ._ I ? I table ml'ound. I decided to try it. I did so,
young ;. I h. : ; ; -cab; to til::? hiox: /.'oaithc !hall 1i1HHr.rinli? the end of three months I .
: J __i.5 and at *as a different !
:f man fcfter had previously! arranged to call I by. :'the .sign! .and thre<"jv her. over tbt'embankment ': 'jvlu'ie be b.:1. afld1! one more: to ,hi> I' Do you feel somethinglike a ball ris woman. My nervousn all gom, I

o'clock but they arrived before 'l1 J .. '_ _-t causing permanent In. 'loiJs l list; of trluinphs. tD hIs !odgina' :;I ingin your throat and threatening to was no longer irritable, and my hu&bao-i fell
& that hour and seemed to grow, nervous ,:- : choke"you". all the senses perverted, in love with me all over apiin.''
jur ei!.-.-1Iiami :Metropolisi: \,'h.n'. Pcsin'al.: : aivoko: Cifnest I j jIn :
cpm I
while waiting for the minister, an! ( ij niorbidly sensitive to light and sound : Women should remember that Lvdia
when he .did get there the -+- r : W fcr:nd the f'. hmpilla: foi ::
> 'groom suggested 'pain in the abdominal region and E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
". that It Mrs. Will Ferguson is ill at her'bcaie tf.; te.1ei.nc.; \ in facu burst latePasaaiays' that holds the record
would! be just as well I It I.I I.- "" between. the shoulders r bearing-down the medicine for
.. .
., Ninth"atemie
to hurry up the ceremony.: > : ... : and 'BcJnnnt. }- : pritai apartment.MVh5t pains; nervous dyspepsia and almost th3 greatest number of actual ('uresof
They were Mr. James A. Lowry and ;::/. .< :. -.r. ) I: I I I ..'-- ., -.. .-. SV d*you *ant?"' continually cross and snappy? female ills, and take no substitute.
: his cousin Miss Ella Lowry two well] ; f 1- 1ri - MLanfl S S S .>: xceliency! I ;cosi to solicit: a fa If so. your nerves are in a shattered Free Advice to Women.Mrs. .

- known young people. As the only objection : I. ,,'- Mrs. E. ft. Hurgoyne' are tor'.ot, you-a very great fl1\:>;-. I nas condition and you an threatened. with Pinkham, daughter-in-law
. < 9ccupyingthtr .beautiful new. I E.Pinkham. Mass..invitesall
to the match was consanguinity : 'nervous prostration. : Lydia Lynn.
father of tour chiUZrca; and haT; *,latonor
home corner Spring .an .' Behnbnt.! t
: ::
all objection disappearedwhenthey r Proof is monumental that nothing in sick women to write loIter for
went home to their families,. as After th':; week their attractive 'sister : 13 be your fellow countrymanYou the world is better for nervous prostration 3d vice. Mrs. Pinkham's vast experience
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lowry and Miss Pauline Rehtteld" will be with are wealthy: yOur: .fame Is .wa.d than ydia ,I:. Pinkham's Vegetable with female troubles enables her to adVise -

their friends unite with their relatives : '.. e'". them\ >-; In; 'best .wishes for theirfuture.. --V. +,; -' V nUke icy; fdnuae.! r of women can testify to this fact. you nothing for her advice.

-.. Miss i _Sara guerdon of Buffalo, N, Y u T 'Wb&tV4oyo'Fznia' Ask Mrs. Pinkham's Adflct-A Woman Best Understands a Woman's 111$,
* B'NAI B'RITH Js Expected to arrive this week Jo me' to
| "Well, authorize 're la !larg
f ELECTS OFFICERS.- -- 'I' FOR THE SMALL MAID i iI srei\d the spa son;;, to, the :gre-at letter ':at :Jhe'back of my "*,Jc'.o: 'the .
pleasure of hfrTr.eJje; c 1. .frf 'i1' i..
B'NalIVItithheld II "
it an of 'ITiougn the dress-length coat is in front .bymeans of stitched straps ] -5-- --=-+-= ; 'trsPagnnnis: : : Can': rwa-vr tsa. I
Sunday that resulted in makIng -I warmer It Is:-true many mothers have I finishing in front with: pointed *nda.I I V Miss Hannah JtiH cnmanT' who 'ha$ : 't'musician; consented, says Olga
if, buttons and "slmulatej 'buttonh 1e&' ot been A'isiting'in Monroe' and-Alexander Eacrfer.: in an Interesting volura Q'venvcha .
; Mr. B. L. '
Gundersheimer .
If' Morris I evy vree-preMdent.!president.Mr. come to'realize' that the jacket loosein braid, set on fa&i. point.' The double-! -I
Mr. L. B. Hirschman, secretary. cut and ,reaching half way between breasted front has small pointed but about Feb". 20.-' .:. ., .aftersv i .the cabman: :tra 4 ea-
'". Mr. Sam Lightman, treasurer. the -waistline and the knees- Is far ..bet ton-trimmed straps at the waistline. S S 45 .5 ''O'iDJ'1\.comfortable Incoa-.e: solely) -, Dr. Samuel Koch and Mr. I* B. ter for the small maid especially for a 'broad stitched- strap 'buttoning The Junior Council met Sunday tired from. Pj;:.;ani! cab.f ..IV. LAWR :NCC. P,. pi.fJ". H II 3 IV..f A.
Ii t Hirschman ", -erp selected "as delegates everyday: wear affordingras It .,does: across the back. Slepvg Is of the coAt .' afternoon in the. Temple and enjoyeJ .
"- to the grand kwtge which''wili meet hi more freedom while running,and playing -I variety, double button trimmed' straps' the privelcge of.a lecture by Rabttl .h..' Old Man of the .Voonfnln.f' 'V' VV--- F V S 1\\

, Montgomery, Ala.. in April. '. even though an additional; petticoat simulaiin, -cutr. The hat is a Jaunty! Koch: VS > ;
-+- be worn.This model Is ota navy round sailor .in blue milan, the band *- J, TJjP title Old Man of tbe. Mouu
MR. O. H. SMITH JR. blue cheviot, doubttitched.seams I'. and streamers of navy blue satin nty- .The' Senior Council 'of Jewrish !nin''was tlrst applied to Hassan Be* I Again Under the

GOES INTO LUMBER TRADE. from shouldr line downward both j bon. tho same r'hbon! in>a narrower Women and the IA'ieg Aida ;.ilJXiQ 'Kabbah' hief of a Mohammedan} LEWIS HOUSE Management
Mr. O. IL Smith Jr. has resignedhis back and front. a collar effect given j width tying the hair on the left i side. children'", dance and U h-e..at .h" who foanded II formidable' dynasty ir

position -with the First National Progress Club thisjifternoon.. : .S/r??, .:A. I). 1000. Bashed: from! Jiicbuutry. Mrs.HelenLewisNew
f Bank to I *'S .+ '*' -.' :1': -' S S
accept position with nis S he tock up his abode on Mount
' ',' father Mr. 0. 11. Smith. Sr., in the I advised to get into a business with Misses\ Etta Pence Annie Johnson I Mrs. I* *;.lUrc-h.man: ntertsintd .Lebanonjgatlicr>d a band o* follower RePainted, Re-Papered and 'Thoroughly Renovated.
lumber bUl'lness.assumln'g'' his new du- I more, outdoor exercise in the interest Maggie Hollifield; Misses Laura and I the.Monday F..uchrt..L. f>vf'tiin',?:.very and soon became the terror of Jews I I '
.=. tlea Monday morning::' )Ir. Smith has!: o? his health which hap; not been sat- Ola Cook; Misses Blanche and Alma I charmingbv Irs: -HP. N>,' man :,won Especially; > Convenient for Transient Trade.
Cbristinsvand: Turks. J.lvis'onftr
l'-- been with the First National for Bix i : : Ifcfactory especially since his illness: Bates; Misses: Blanche Soderquist.Minnie the ,first prize a sifve tray;.anc} jd'itaFoarl Thc-yail oboy
d: I years, and wag' much attached to his last summer. I Burnham; Misses Annie anIary' Bloom the'' second> a white san' i ,. ,
to lose Mr. Smith Marchetti Miss! opera bag. The club .wUl.meE't next .ley would receive'choioA rewards it -. .
associates and to the business but was] While regretting ; ,. Ollie Crist --- -- ---- ---
:i I his associates in' the bank wish and Misses Mamie and Ruth Frank; with :)\ss\ Rehfl.t. arth Icamia: 'llw joy of'par.idise.! Th.- e n S Sir'9'1 -- .. .- _. -.
:r .. -- I Iij II I[ 1-reolct for him great: success in his Misses: Annie and Emma Lushington: _-./ as his followers were railed [! If
; k- -- --_- I]i Lew line. i Masters Louis Choffman Clem Con- The Tuesday 'Euchre: has postpou I., Ibemsclfcs, rod roug'j; >h0' 'over( !. TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY
,,,; -.- con. Warren Graham, .Charlie Soder. -meeting till Wednesday afternoon. ) country for' about( 2W: ye."'". Whet USE
' THE JUNIOR COUNCIL f quL3t. Clarence Crist Arthur wl'en it meets with Mrs. Morris 'Bar. .' .
Chaffer *vpr their I ; chieft tb< Old Muu; .f the __
: MUSICALE FOR LIBRARY. I*' Tonunie Johnson Dudey' McCloskey, -.- S Mountain, thought !imof! injured. he ''ifiDIHE FACE POWDER
I; The entertainment given by the :!J. .C. Crist, Ernest Marchetti, CammieWilkinson. The palatial bon f'>bpat' Et'ergl:1'e.owned : tent a band of these 'meu secretly: to 'z l .

Nunnally's Junior Council for the Temple Sunday Francis Villar. tby Col.! Robert Thompson a murder the olenCpr, and it was from I "W.S IS GREEN BOXES LT
school library was quite a success From, 8 'to 10 Mrs. ushington 'fntprtained. I millionaire''mariufa'rt'uri ?ft>v-' York this that, word avissin j S-tTERIOR IN QUALITY HARMLESS!: ; >!
our originally:
t Candies clearing a satisfactory sum. a party or her' grown friends arrived in port yesterday afternoon i --ntH: .its. wunirr .. WATER.
: Miss! Berlin sang and Miss Jacob with games.. [music and refreshments: i i, from .up coast noints. The evereUdei' S, NADINE Fv Powder is compounded slid
; made the opening aa'dresa. later Bartering has visited here tyo'seasons part and I : - -. S -j i iI jI puriflHl by a ITCWI.T piscovrnv n i,4>--
..Iit << a violin solo accompanist; on ; I will the next I '. .LENTCNDIET.. -V CfH': i'rodu'. a betnt-iut. soft velvety .
Mrs. Frank Salmon of Montgomery.wife spend several week's in I .8 p- ranr.. which remains until 1I-..bra */a.Ladien .
the piano by her sister Miss Theresa of. the. 'popularengineer. the this vicinity.! She Is 18S feet ovor all 'A Food ,iftCjre Powerful Than Me t. s _ who n-" NadIne F.e. Powder IB er..J
;iIH'r.b- on ia :28! fe.et'ide'lanJ"draws 54 inchesof ; A Lout Caiholic lady ,of Washing V S V SS S boxes are sure the complfTion will be frM
J : 55 S
M. & M,:division 'II'ho'has been vjVtt- .
-'a v,5 ,, levi--i7 *t etc.* nf ihe e> nii>
Miss Dannheisser ,also contribut.J'a ing friends In this--.ctty. left Sunday:) water. She ,u? f'Qippet'ith, : .wo j{ ton.snxbus. to comply! with the re- V QUALITY UXlQUALED. Buy onr M.era.!
1 ? Represent the acme of I piano. soloS :Miss'! Reine Cahn a song night for home. .horKf:; power cvVginos-and makosf fair| qtll r.m.ents.-of the church as to diet -a--- S _V Il&'kage Mid if joa aye not entirely Mti fl*

: ; the confectioners art Miss Hejsle Hirschman and Miss .: !: si/eefll:. The Cv ,'.'..talle le/U New' :Tore, .:Icrm?. Lett and not suffer from Insufficient : ii.Tityugant VOCH MOXCT we will promptly BEfOi: .
: Cadhman piano solos Mr. Solomon Oct .13: and hashepnJourneyingtinuth.i } food iaya: : 5- _- V Hold bT tt"*ilintr druLsicts.; or mall Pru e\
Levy an 'essay and Miss Fay) The Friday Euchre had a love t.' .ward ever since. Col. Tnonip-on,, ':".s51.eu; arohed: list; "C'ar. I uf .. nt... \Vgiite. *'eah.rink. Brunei

Hcinberg a piano solo. ; meetiff with MrsGec'rgeWhite on I,I family and .F\(>r3I'fricr. 's -are. aboard.| tun4n-lf. in 'stich a: run-down ronjdlljon V(5 PreparMby
Dr. Samuel Koch closed the pro-I} West Government stet 'andvn! Miami Metropolis. V i 'Jhat! I (:e'I \1sb' hesitated! upon %-? National Toilet Co. Paris Tenn.
meet this week with Mrs. .. S -
-with fine. address. { Walter .. f-
gram a I L4. V tLg; aav aWrty! nf abstaining from
White on East Gregory. : I GIRt Sold In Pensacola by all leading drturJHPrR *"-'*
They are the most ex Ilwer. left V.ooa -fri'sb food Satten4'n' ;
j iMisRv An'ir-line at ; % r e>r y service,
- quisite and toothsome CAPTAIN COSGROVE ; Monday for Montgoinerr Whef.? sg.cs Ett'' ..<$icra3! the 'pentr.tia1! -pg-on. I IVSL'wa1rtervors i . .. -
. ENTERTAINS THE BAY. I North .Mannheim twonshj. P3..1 :to finish In St. :.tarjaretV: the ". and ,::zuffsrin foa> !
. ,, candies sold to-day. Captain Cosgrove 'gave 'a party ofiycuns gave permission to a desecrator:of'' Course in train.dJ nfirslnj* .vrh'ch" abs a ;e ',.rll. mental jst-jck; ; ; and felt tn.t: J j .. ... .... ................:

" ladles a delightful da-y on thcj.I-scenery to paint ana<.c1vertttment ( ;\--|I kas pursjied EO 5icce ''ful5y_ *ni' *o j I1 Tie dd; ijf thp stren !tbenin:; pre'er-

: water Saturday aboard. the lighthouse i; on a big 'black rock 'pnl I practically\ 3t t:. Anthony's; .h33'pit3i t'e t ,t 1t at in)* usIarVla';.; ram ore k-l

::1 tender Laurel. j i..one of its unprotected highways arid ]I for. the past rear.. ttfta: /an., ;'. hot !lunches) could give me i\
His guests were Miss Loujse Pfeif-t! lj now the defendant ,'In a. "U fqr i : ', And'-v: ; 1.1&. 'ansiouS 'to keep an ex'pirplary I A Dainty Desk Lends I

er,. MLss Carrie ar4 Miss Emma : $20,000 damages. The plaintiff Get! Miss Alice Weft t'.of Ijouisiana: arrived : Lt-at. iofjon'y In :a :; lr't.1
t Here are just a few itemsi Kramer. Mlw.! Myrtle Norman. Miss' tiude Nagle.' was' driving along the Sunday on a yifit to'friends.aTjd V reise i :.bst"-by. also"practins! s H-lf"- .
: Marie .Bonifay. and Miss Cora Pfeiffer -road when her horse was1 frfsatened. I I relative.! in Pen!-acpla where -. 'ah*I rttl lJ V .
'; chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. John vjpitej' several' .' 'and ""After- thinking it over I decided .t)
Stick, 25c : years ago. was I
Walter = 10- I An of Refinement I
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Package. very popular with --oingand; bd.-! try Crape-Nuts tcM jn place of rneiti!
t The Laurel with Capt. Cos' rove and '
I .r. frtermlnei! however that at tie first i
\._ Chocolate Creams lOc I party aboard left the city wharf atj: :' -Miss 'Pauline: : Humphreys left- 'Saturday -i Tnptoni of i4 creisei 'weakness 0:!: .
: Package. 10 a. m. and went first to the lifesaving for Birmingham to. visit frieaa I dl'ttU 3' I woui drop it and fo back I
station where 'she picked up I We for two, weeks I to niy' old! d'et. I began! oh Aih WeJ- : tp the room in addition to its being one of the *

: Chocolate Mints 30c one of the buoys adrift; then anchoredtill I Realize the V >. V r rieiday to use Grape-Nuts insteat of' : mc t conve nient pieces of furniture in the home. :
'.2 lb. package. after dinner aboard the various Miss Gypsie. Morris arrived la3t jroy pre t. ptea meat breakfasts. I' : .
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'ing'attentIon from 2:43 : 20:41\\ V
courses cuP
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cvenipg. tb food drv. followed by a cup-
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30c until 3:45. 'Then she steamed over to I Importance of V > i cocoa or. glass of .mm For luncheonS !I
'.2 Ib. package. the.navy yard where she left the buoy! I II Desks Five to Dollars. i
f The many friend,] of CaptainJohn !n took Grape-Nuts but this tlms I Twenty i
I to have its face waebeg!' and get anew W. Maloy, who has bad V a 'very serious in tfee form of a puddlns boiled: or :
coat of .paint.. From there they ; time' at his residence 1202 Em Gads-; baked.. M? dinnerS! of the usual .
went tour mfles\ out .in the Gulf round ] I' Good Foodand den for several -1feek' an' has undergone character. .
the whistling b'uoyandas the sea! an operation for aplWndl<:!tl 'Tc1u- 'gr":at joy I found I had : We invite everybody to call and see them. J

I- Wo are sole agents for these was.calm-reached the city ,on the return -.1 t will be glad to i learn} bat he is 1 solved' the problem.: In' three wee1 I : glad to send you one *

: ,candles In Pensacola. You are .at 630.: j how important part I now Improving and pronounced( out 'of i rsllteI that I was not only holding

Invited to call and make selection The Captain 'presented each of hisguestswItha it plays R"a' wan 'or wxman's I dager. S V 'ray:own. but gaining the power of cn- i ii

: Iel' Wen souvenir: of a f from a variety! of assortments most enjoyable occasion. ths Kanijr KHchsu is, Mrs.. M. It Turner of 'Brpwton. :Ala,J i, close: of L 9pt I bad gained .10 pounds j I MARSTCM & QUIMA ,

i f: in all sizes, or telephone -. I is in 'the city guest! achieving great '
. JOSEPH HAD A a success '
us what you want j W. Maloy. i a better appetite and digestion iOlor'l I
BIRTHDAY PARTY. by keeping this idea' jn ,* V \for; manV' month. before. i 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
Sunday evening was an eventful !! view. Moderate' pricesare Mrs M. B. 'Prestonleft yesterday at "My vigor both physical .and meatal : .
I time wifh Master Joseph Lushington.as .j a great .fe ,'lure here. Loon for a two"weeks'' visit to -)..fr.J.J. l I hay?been pronounced ever since. I

he .celebrated his sixth birthday! I P. Shockney at Muscoge.e.FlaJ LfeaHh'e nervous strain much less, ny :................................ .................:
from :3 to 5 at the home of his par-i ; I
-4'S I idutl *; )i longer worry me. because 1 -
ants 500 West Government. Miss;. Settle, Villar I is!, .the guest! tljs! jam able 1 'tb systematize them as only -- ,-
Sol Calm & CO. The parlor and dining room wereibeautifully week of Misses Dora and Louise relf.r .i one with1 thoroughly rested and vigorous VTI
decorated for the reception
*r on West Government. j brain'' can, so that they are more V Order anrI
: The Pure F.od Store, of'the the little people, and here and pJ&'ed'and. on 1 Kandy Kitchen'Cafe; : v : qufckly$ 'performed. giving me more WOOD
lawn merry 'games were Mr, and Mrs. Victor Hoist, ar !i.the I time".for 'rest. reading ana recreation." ICE, GOAL and
Southwest Corner PaUfoi and hltlft 'lftciL delightful refreshments. were proud parents o( a fifteen -pbund' Name given- by postum Co., Battle 10 :fz-im 'the

;. 1178 servd Master on t&f Joseph's fawn.-.-guests were Misses 104 S.PaUfox, Phone,999' !daughter born Sunday. -morning V : ': I Cr..tokt1I1t1 Consumers Ice and Fuel Company.
; Phones 1480 '. VThf>r*'" a rlia ou. Read I .thp, little I
Nellie. Helen and, Ella B, Bond; I If Somebody bad intimated at th !"; g, U k5Tiie, Road to Wellyille1! ihS OfflcrCorp bi1s a.d TiUTa ODL Phone 2i9.
Misses Rut and Ethel 1
r'- Wilkinson ular "of __
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IdleMoneyli PROPOSITIONA ,....,! '"" \: '' Successors to Thos. c. WiUon b Cx
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WANT TO WORK s I IT WILL store building corner ,of Inten. For; '(Ibis pr:, e.',s"Hftlni-:.. on. i i requested .- 1 I Ii Real Estate, Rental and., Insurance Agency
MAKE ibt. situatedS.
YOU property
S dencia and_ Barcelona streets, renting uPi>* :
'" J35.00 per nlonth'or $420.00 E. corner'block 1 SVBelmont Tract.
: ,"{ : For few' per yea 5 'lots and j*pl8itfld-, cottage This : Attractive in Real Estate.
days this is j jJ
a offered. at I Offerings
We Fiirf l $3200.00. property will:H...3'i'S orth. $1000 more in i
12 months S
--., : 53000 00 will be its value' In a yearor I 1 \ large brick building! ,pn A.. good 'business corner.
: two. $2400. G. large 'lot lying west of and near Palafox St. about 250

*# : t. ;' $900 HOME -street, '7 room,2 story, by 192 ft d?tp. A bargain. S
Good Investments 'i : -5. ROOMS; I 222 N. Spring
i .-', L lot 60x175 situated t bftween Gregory :2!-story brick building opposite site of New City HalL
nice iittl!, 5
rooms ;and hall, rooms :
must withdrawn market.
be sold will from
1'1''j I at once or be
Wribt !
and streQts3 ,
papered.' -
City -water. Cose! in
(FOR THOSE : town. ; 2story dwelling with 10 rooms servants, quarters
AND WHO .HAVE. MONEY NOT"'AT WORK, $1500 5 room house, everything modern $4250.00 rD conveniences. Stone sidewalk. Lot 80 by 180 ft. West

WE'LL RECOMMEND 'NONE' BUT THAT ARE I 2 blocks from car. investment in 2 stores S
Gets splendid
GILT EDGE. iF 'VOU'RE"lNTERESTED IN REALNwTPL0R1n' $3150-Larg "7 room po.use. Hayne and dwellings a located where propertyis o very nice cottage' on North Hayne ,St, with. lot ISO by

: ESTATE IN PENSACOLA'. ESAMBA, 'COUNTYI OR atrcet. in demand; rents for $67200. .psr. ; S

SOUTHERN ALABAMA: WE year." S S ? two-story dwelling on North Davis street. Very.. de
-Fr WILL BE TO YOUR INTERE5T -S lots on East Hill car line; southern exposure overlook.

ORHELLO WRITE' CALL- $1.00.cash. and 50 cants.per week! or. :3 i lots N. Palafox. facing east adjoining One of the'prettiest building sites on East Hill.

$3.00 o vsh and $2 par month. These I 2. story residence, I 1 cottage on Brent Road near Cotton Compress

lots will be worth $100 to. $125 before S room dwelling with large lot on corner; East Chase
i they are paid for on the terms offered.I, $10,500.00 Ii! .
'4 st
Such easy terms are not offered every'! 10 room 2'V.story.;steam heated, modern i 1 very .desirable building lots; making a, frontage of 200
day. I am selling.these lots fast and ar Stoddart's Place.
Peosacola' residence North Hill, large lot.
levestmeet Co' they wil>' !oon be all sold. } :
I l lend two thirds of sale !,
4. H. D'ALEHBOtTE City Manage ..-. of the above property. I S S.
List jour property with me for sale. !r -' Thieten\:auiIing.Phone I
W.B. INOWLIS, fresidenL 1. L SIIIKON : Rents collected and prompt returns SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PAT
STOU1AN, V.-rtes. ad Gen. 918 ::
Manager. KNOWLK .. ,. '

I Real Estate, loans. Generat Investment*. I :!" FIRE INSURANCE PLACED IN FIFTEEN OP r

215 South Palafox: Street, Pensacola, Florida. FOR RENT j .; OR STORE OR DESIRE A RENTAL AGENT I'

204% 8.. Palafox St. Fisher Building. ASK YOU TO CONSULT US. 4
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FOR RENT.-From Feb. 1, an elegant I S S

S S 2storyroom..btmse with, bath,

hot and cold water--connections. corner HOOTON & WATSON.. 4
WANTED ror'Sale. 12th St., and 9th ave. Apply S to 54. 34SOUTH PALAFOX STREET ;
Thos. Pebley. SOjan]I
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Haven, the coming suburb of
\\.\\'FED-Desk room in an insure FOR SALE.-Full blood Barred Ply }
Pensacola, Extentve improvementsto RENT Elegant story 8-room $
lawyers office. Re- mouth Rock, White Rock FOR I '
office or Fisher
ant be made this street line !
year; car at 318 Wst Belmont St. Apply
cottage -
.'r.'urt.ddress postoffica Box 711.XeE. Streign and Brown Leghorn. Fowels ;
guaranteed in the near future. $3500for Walker Ingraham Star Laun.
" ::(" Eggs per setting of ((15)) :100. For beautiful 1 waterfront lots.' This to : Professional! Directory -r
dry. .. 25Jan ._ jII
further information address Plymouth ,A. '
W .VNTED. -Your repair work Best price: for; a short time only For fur t
No. 6 I. O. O. F. I
Rock Farm, J. J. ]
Poultry Pope, Prop., THOS.
al used work guaranteed L. ther PEBLEY j
: particulars write to
maifi ; call on or ,FOR RET-Elegaflt. two story stow '.No.6. I. O. O. P., ,
L. Box 8. Bristol. .
H. P* !hon, Sho'?maker and Repairer.. 7janlm PENSACOLA INVESTMENT LAW ff
; CO. room in new:: >;;. \V. corner Baylen and IntenJencuMF FOR SALE.-South half block 211, E. Garden street Apply Walker In- 1 Hall West Garden COLLECTIONS : ,

6feb2w fronting 400 feet on 13th street by graham. .Slar"L&W14ry. 22dec are cordially in PALAFOX AND ROMANA.. S
WNTEU-EverybodYlfl Pensacolao 107Va !*et on Bay lew Park; also For Sale $ PHONE 52. S

: know that the ''. 51. C. A. build south halt of block 212.: fronting 400 i A. R. BINGHAM has storage room' for H. FLEETWOOD. N. G.

me was built of brick made by th! feet on 14L1 St., by 137% fet on Bay FOR S.\LE-T".o large rige work rent, suitable for furniture or other Sec.

P>n acola Brick Co. and they are prepared View Park. The only,property,adjoin, mules. Guaranteed Sound and in goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona 1. G YATES M. IL }:

to furnish 'ou. J. S. Walton, ing Bay View Park that is now f'nsale. good condition. Just right thing for St. Phone 630 JOnovloard P. ,
Mxr 6feb The beautiful view down theba"ou heavy hauling Reasons for .selling Nu. 3. K. of '
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the little too 'for business I.- evening at 7:30 OPTICIAN
order oldmattresses and down baycannever be siow ;grocer j
MATTRESSES renovated made to and new; tick obstructed A.: V. Clubbs. 30Jly Price for pair. $150.00. H.,Muller, 400 and Rooms. temporary Castle Hail 306 THIESDV BUILD IGH .
W. Intendencia St.
South IPalafox St., 4feb ;
film!shed if desired. Ring phone 771 I AUTOMOBILES. am:agent, for the ; cordially welcomed
or call at 114 E Belmont St :2feblm! Pope'Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos FOR SALE OR RENT-New modern.twos.toryr FURNISHED! OR' UNFURNISHED r i' K1RKPATRICK C. C. I
six-room house, East Hill ,rooms!! for_rent, :with privilege ,,of FnEE to '
from 500.00 up. They cost less than I' K. of R. & S Dr.WcoI's!
W.\XTED-Prnition as stenographer near' cars. A.,_C. Binkley. 9jan light h9use.keepipgat .254 .E. Gregory. ; users of morphine, 'i
horses to keep up. They can be run
bv lady of experience Good refer I Phone :557. -: 6fsb2w : Lodge 1'' o. PAINLESS opium, Uudoaum '
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in sand or anywhere a horse can ,go. 7 house I r eliiirof cplum.eocaneor -
SALE Gould
Journal. FOR. -room at
sUdress L. M, care }
K. of' P, meets every htskey.s
Ifeblw* LeslIe E. Brooks.JUST1 ing. Apply, to F. L. Askergren. ROOMS TO RENT-708 E Cervantes i f day evening at 8:00: O PIU lirro book of pa N

WANTED- -To--buy-old-gold- and silver RECEIVED-Large shipmentiof Goulding, Fla. 28janlm II Sl Call*'after. 4 f(p., .*m.,. No: children. I, ck in their temporary Icolari on home treatB. orsanatorium i

broken up stuff regardle: of. imported ,alive Qil.,_.Retail -by pint FOR-" SALE.:"improved and:unlmp'NV. I 31janj'.. "" ,.' : I I Hall, over Pou sta AND meet.. M:Adcreeeflr.OOLLEY -
I gallon or larger quantity. Q. Morasso ed( propertj In all parts of the-city, W. Intendencia street ,
sizes! South Palafox. 40ct.FOR. I NSpring St. Ijfcjod 'location. Special .
Room 7, Salisbury "building. Phone : ; ,
EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER SALE.-Only 4 'young; Boar pigs 172. 23jan :' ;!rats! to parties' 'of_clubs .Apply ; I J. D. KIRK C, C.
desires position with first-class firm.! i I MrsJW.: J. Williani4, 222" N.:Spring,SL I of R. & 8
shed by Duke, of Florida..:65923 out ,.... I' -- I I' HICKS' 1
Besi of references furni&bcj. A3trcb .-: 3ujadIlp i: i ,,; 5-
of Baltimore 5S544 .
of Orphan Leek :
of Columbus. .
' MPm>ition. care Journal.: 1 All guaranteed( with registrations and .. : ,I : : : Meetings of the igwe\x, CAPUDINE,
::lj in1\v. ---- FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for .1 '
\VANTED.-First-class millwright cir- Fla.pedegrees. Setterlind. Chlpl 26nov.y, WANTED'.., '0' -- -r ., ,"O. ....-i.J! rent with or_.without board. ,No ,Knights tjf Columbus I|I' S 4
hell-at their
are ha ,
A Colored '\\' mal1'at 90J] hghC Apply 310 West. j : < S
WANTED- f housekeeD.3LT !
cuar! aafiler and hammerer is No.8 West ,Intend-1 .
I IFOR-SALII--NICe.i : eleaa old newgpaI E. Gadsden S 6feb,Gregory.., ..,..f "jan2llmoBOARD sTreet "npCOLDS' .j 1
open or t position Reference fur __ cia: on every
'I'I* pers at bYe cents:; a bundle. This.of-, WAN.TEtLadX= gentleman 'of fair 1' INGTOIZflOVKs
n : hid.Jdress J. 11. D., are Jour- or Monday evening at .
nal offii,.!. 26jan2w.1.fire---_-. education to trav l for firm of $250. AND LOBGING New furniture. !- 7:30 o'clock. An incitation _ _ _TrtJ Bonk We. 41 9rei .

, -- .-- -- I FOR S-\.LE-209 acres .good farm Ian.l. 000 capital. SalarY' $1,072: per Hat,I large clean: rooms..Terms reaBonable L'S, i. extended /
W.-\XTED.-Heal Estate for. sale 'or \ppljrIrs. C. 'C.; Brock. lOa
"2% miles eoutfiea'stf!'! of Chjpley, in payable weekly. Exp nfces 'ad tace&Address } .
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i em, j ieasa or exchange. Your buirnes : G, Clows "'PensacoJa' East""tnten enci .. ."1Sj IilmI i
Washington. count-; wasteland. ; 30 Geo.' ,. ,I .i.St JOHN 3 JONES, D.. HALE WILSON & CO.
respectfully solicited J. A. Wil- i "
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acres read for eultfvatfon. Goo4 Fla. ,Kebgt!' : Grand Knight.
on, Real Estate Ageat. 22 W. Government _, I W WANTED A few boarders at 212 W. i .
lime rock quarry on 'premises. For WAN'TED.-llrst class cooper. P!n-
Room 7, Salisbury Grego'yl." Newhouiegood' neighohooId REAL ESTATE
& reet, I i
address ,
further particulars Mrs. L.Wiselogle. 's cola Tar and Turpentine Co.. Gull
Building, Phone 172. 23janKODAKERS S &feblw: ? on"car. line., ;: ;,12janlm* No..4, !. O. O. F. i
Marianna Fla. l1Janlm'FOR Point Fla S
!: I : : No, 4, I. O O F., RENTS AND LOANS '
get Kauffman's prices SALE- Second hand Babcock; WANTED-:Manager for, branch office!I ROOMS TO RENT, with or without day eveaing! at 7:30
for developing and finishing. Bes bt board, 22 E. Garden.
i 1 buggy, rubber. tires, In firstclassi1 we wish to locate here Pensacold.' ISjanlm on West Garden
and cheapest in city. ROl1a.nlan! S We l have the following special bargains -
janlm t condition For information telephoneNo. ddl"es'i.'ith refarnces The Morris NIC FURNISHED ROOMS for ronlially In desirable real for
!:.alafox. 20 I i1 .. 51 Whole-sale' House Cincinnati,' Ohio.' Newly furnished,,,clean and rent nice ; ; D. GREEN LATT, a few days very only. estate ft .

W.\NTED-Seocond hand furniture I 6feblm __S near: postofilcc.. ,!APPly at 128%. E. .Secretary, SPECIAL BARGAINS,
FOR SALE.-Most beautiful resdencs!
articles of all kinds
and household block Pensacola overlooking the \VANTED-At once;-:-house: sirl AuS Government.,street. Mrs.-B. M. Trainer. .SiSTERS; : I :2lols! In block 170, New City, 80x137ifcet. -
for P. O. Box 353. in -'
cash Address : bay an.l Bayou Texar. Magnificent ply 229 N. Spring St._' ...feb41wWANTED "janlm. S !! ,No. 10. Rebekah Sis- on car line ,. ., .. .. $400.00
Monday' _night at S lots corner ICth and Cads .
live oak magnolU and other shade! A woman to do house .. are
:= rknow I I. 0. O. P, Hall. Visit- ten .. .. .. .
WANTED The imblic t< that traes. Ideal ,location for home hotel work also small boy. Applj! r:227: ,E.Intendenci PLEASANT jjlace.V> board on N. Hill, .invited street: $1,00000I
to bo
old ran be bought at pres. I 5 lots fronting Toledo In New \
newspapers sanitariumC. I3inkley. St.. 2feb3t* 2nd !door ,from. ar line on Strong : square
hug office for lire cents a bundle. They I or I II :! _. street... "particulars address No 8, MRS S. DeTHAYER. I City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00

are all clean and nice.WNTED.Electric I I FLORIDA CURIOSITIES shells, WANTED good cook: good pa)'. Journal. janlm E rAN'ecretllrY'1 I1 1 One 5-room house, with bath and

shell jewelry, wood novelties, leather White or colored. Apply 107 E. i ,, No. 81, meets first : fcewer connection, gas In every room. *j
work of
all kind
: eoois, Pensacola souvenirs, live and Government 2feb1w'WANTED500 Old. ewspapers.at five cents ,a bundle 'I bite neighborhood If taken at

Lt us clean jour fans' resair= jour stuffed AHlgaior Goods packed I -- at', this office.: They) are all clean evening at 7.30 p.1 i I (In ce. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00I
Q l>namo tlj: jour wiring, etc. Pnu men g d'pay, permanent No 10. West Intei-
read for shipm nt; Jlrg. C. N Me- and ,nice. ., .. 6 houses in block 17, West King
i s;O. Peiitacola' Electric Co. '205 S. -pass circulars; lack ?ign$ :
McClure. Opera House Building,107 E. S : Tract, renting $30.00 per month. Will
Iiayin. ready for shipment. ,Mrs.C.. _N. -no can\ ssing. Cont'nental. 2f8blw Distributing BAY HOTEL-Open' :: night and day. .A.Sec.G. FELL Prea. I fend $2,00000 of necessary, .. 2600.00
Co. Chicago. European plan.; Rooms lIght'and
SEcONl5 CLOTHING '' : I L Air of tbeee propositions are bar
WANTED -5---- '
SALE House Goulding on -e------- : *
FOR at about 'to cleap.: Transient trade solicited will be held for a few
Highest price paid for gent's WA -rED.-Boy fslxte!n W. O. W. gains and open
hard road. 4 rooms bath and: kitcaen <
C75 $79 S. Jas. S. Nicolau. '
rlothing only Also sail second hand nice stable.l StncUy ,' ash.1.. learn glaring Apply Saunders Mill palaf07 ; No. 1, W. O. W I cfc ys only.

goods; No 9 E. Intendencla. ; Standard,' Oil Co.'s office, Co. 29 East Garden lSja, Prop.tImber'Lands. I Hall 1st and 3-.1.. Excellent warehouse location on.
S. Borras : each month. Visiting' railroad track very cheap.
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby Pensaco! Fla.,: 3Ojanlm* i 4ny intelligent person may earn a ially invited. Good 8 per cent .mortgages on hand
-- ---- income corresponding for
--- -' -- -
the Maves Printing Co., 24 W. !a good kind of investments.
Best S
FOR SALE-Two, or three wagons, isr no canvassing; .exper.- F. A. BOGHICH Cr C. I
OovernmenL; Pnon9 181. ..0nl1.the drays and horses cheap, if taken rewspip unnecessary. Send for particu! Clerk. Property In all parts of city vacantor
best of work. Idee ence wanted and for sale.
'r improved
within a fewda's.: Phone 614 or apply lars. Northern Press Syndicate. Circle.
Palafox S
30 S.
\NTED.-Hauling and transfer I _, -at..,403- --Nl-,_Reus_,> street r --27- --Jan.----,. lxckport. N. Y. SnovCmos. .. Oak] Grove, No.4,(I. Phone 234. FS
work. Office phone 363; residence WOOD WORY.I\G: MACHINERY: WANTED.-100 laborers wagE: 1150 :; njets every Thurs .

phot: 290 Acosta &. WhiteS N.Tarragona one 6" Moulder, four heads 150 per, da). Apply factory of Goulding For SaleWe j : floor PjMilan Hall over' __________ _

St. 25mar. knives anil tut erp. One wool FertilizeCo_ I4jan ] Intendencia' street. :

150 knives ,and cutters. One woodworker coidallj'! in\ited'I Bargains in Real Estate

TEDEverybody to take dinner] or Jointer with two heads, : Guardian' ;. Mrs.

__at the Southern Hotel._9dec., knives, ncbltipg ,tools,. saws, etc. Ons Money to Loan. : Clerk. S Lots !a block 147 East King

36" circle resaw, latent pattern for ,. -_-.__ ._.- Tract, per lot. .. ..u .,..$45.00':
CANTED. -- -- -
-Tha Merchant. Transfer ; S have them. Several splendid, !
bevel and straight boards with saw !I MONEY WANED on all kinds..or"p ;,f fI : Lots in block 45 West King
Co. wants your moving and baul1n;. One Edger, Harbor and sonal pioperty on short notice.: large and small turpentine locations, !$ REWARD I Tract, per lot. . .' 75.OO I
Ail compleie. '
breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. Saw[Mills! and Saw mill locations.
lien Prop. Phone 878. ISJunelaa.MVTTRESSDS three saws from 10" to, 20"!. "Belts I I Terms easy. JB. Gray &. Co.., 2; W. Some excellent bargains in large Lois In blnckVest:}: King .-
1165. .... .. .. 25.00
counter shafts: ,main llns shafting andpulleys. Romana., Phone ifeb 'and 'small trails of round and boxed: Trac, per lot.
RENOVATED. New : 5 Lots In bldck 126.'est King
Machines comparatively new. LOAN.-On '
: ('I>> furnished it desired. All done of further work:I MONEY TO real estate or timber lands.' S 5' Tract: .. per lot. .. .. .. 30:Off
account no
Selling on other sufficient security by: : Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
.Tl Sf Olll! order short notice. Leave I appij. ; West King '
on Monk, gener.1al : Lotff: !'n' block :!:!O. f
for them. Applyen 'y Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox ,
"'ter. lag to and and Hardwood lands. j
at Green &. Watson. Phone contractor, 18 W',ut Gregory St..1 1Penucoa stairs 5 Tract ptr let.. .. .. .. 2000
!1ti! 4feblm Romana. up ,11no'I ,Splendid Use of valuable propertyand
or Fort Barrancas._ Fla. I MONEY TO' LEND-On good real}a- One location for a Colony! or Stock : S COTTAGES AND HOMES
U'\\TED.-All'kinds of electrical I Farm it South East Georgia. 2 3. cottages renting $11.00
FOR S.LEiIf you have 8pOO to Invest tate security or on good collateral, t : room ,
work. I sell all ,kinds of electrical in a saw mill, proposition:) worth at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, Some of the choicest residence per month. each .:. .. ..$40003
baueries and other electrical supplies.I J10000 write Lock ,Box :26! DeFuniakSprings Fisher building. 21Jan places I- the beautiful little city of 4.' cottages renting $16.00 pr "

When jou need me ring 345 or 955. Fla .This wll stand th?I MONEY LOANED on aft kinds of,par- 'DoFnniak Springs, Fin:< and. S in Milton. ; : month tach . .. ..$32S.O '
W Peake new Star Laundry build- mvestifatJon an4 the first man: Fla. 2 4-room cottages renting $500
ng E. Garden. ISdec. closest' H No time 'sonal property on short notice. Our prices and termsare reason $ : per :month each .. . .$350.00<
with tne money gets tC1!(I I Terms easy., J. W. Bullard.. upstairs
WANTED-TO on' with agents or trifl rs> 24japORSALE.One Palafox St. Phone 1144 : able : 6rom house with. Vs block land
loan ,
watches jewelry and money personal jour ef-- waste I.I.i'h South ID47T Cal,on or write to tIl.'TURNERAYMARD. : East 'Hill .. .. .0 $3000.00;
ms choice block on top>> S : 7-roora, story house. Lath hot .
cash price for old gold
,md si'ver E -of the: rWge.l ea rt'. of the electric UNLIMITED amount money to loan ,and cold water, 5 lots. East

Wright( L1gtmanKein. ..,.: i 10S Ifeb. 'railway; !b twfen"4lh and' Sli streets. I on all kinds of personal property. : II ill." .... .. u .. .$ 5oooo, >:
Nautre has favored this section and it Special rates to business men on large "! If none of these suit you call and,

WANTED.-X. it] Bingham wants cannot be duplicated. A. V;. Clubbs. I. leans. The! New Y your moving South PalafoxMONEY. :: I th arrest of' this wo price any
and hauling. He guai :- block in New I Real Estate and I you half th:! purchase on
all 630. FOR SALE .
antgos breakage. Phone of this property.THOS.
City. TractO.31L For ch $SO!) ,I Abstract Company at DeFrniak SprlngV S

QI'ICK DELIVERY-Hauling of all Apply to A. MCMUU3., Court HOUMLI lang TO LOAN! P. 0.'Box '1 115 OeFuoUk Springs Florida. reward for the child. PEBLEY
kinds soitcited. ; moving of furniture ; : Douglas This woman,I ,.

4 :;pecialt). East Hill Transfer Co. FOR SALE.-10 room house. corner I kidnapped him from Sts. -

K!'sldence. Phone' 454: office Phone lot, 3 blocks' from Palafox lot 96x In Amounts of $1,090 and up at : on the night of Septem:, Palafox PHONE and Rorpana 559.

HIS- _._ ,. I4janlm, 192 on' car line.; For: particulars laquSrejof NOTICEThe !: The chill Is.6,yean old.' .
--- --- -- --- Stindavd'CIOtldl3CO29jan 'l l\alr tas :fore-, -
7 Per Cent Per
Annp. off; very plump. weight i1
LOST I FOR SAL.EJ _ne! spapera s: very bright child ESCIHBII OYSTER DE OT.'
sVa bundle. They
for sal*. Only new enterprising firm of Gart : both '
wrapping 'pw, ,and[ are, land;ani' corner Intendencla and !, ways delivering. Phone 1210.
lOSTono' with make: gqoJ '
gold breast pin. Hooton & Watson Springs; Fla. in. ad- '
heart design and initial B. Reward Just the thing;to put.under Baylen, carry a select line of meats : $%5 rewards: i I 'Fin* PanWo Bay Plant 'and_ camI -
A trial
ema'I vegetables and poultrY': order .
fqr ifeMt PILLS.-Ju .r 11. A, DOVGLA at reasonable prices.
return Journal!
tq NORMANS bia Oysters
,, For 1 w HI be appreciated. Quality and price
I Compound Cathartic. Leading Real Estate and Fathr t the ehtlJ.
55.600 I
I/ST-Child's signet ring; mitialiUS. I' at The'AlLiLt0r; and West End guarantee against all competition. I DeFtmlak" Springs,. ElL I C. Tabarras &Co.Jf .,
SI Reward for return' to 119 sale "novlm Insurance AszmtL 4" Promnt delivers. Phone 1132.
"Ltt Chase street. *eb4-2U! Saloons. *

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r PERSONAL I: ; '; '" __ .
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.CITY PRIMARYTEAC.HERS" McMillan :; O :F9 :R. .P"N T l

A. '
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: : ofPOWLLTONJSpecial }j .
"Ther .s'a moment that: comes 'twixt
... too.soon* and too late :and too miss it
... '
: Gravenette : to,The'Jo rna''. si; 1 j Is almost! 'a srime"' ,Just cast about_you and see the number Of

Powelton Feb. 5.-Mrs; 'M.,L. 'Pricaand j ; 'wllows'who""are"force4 'tx'>-toil from morn till night, and all becaus!
Mrs. Alex McKInnon'ot Muscogeei I. .... ..,.,.. ......-.J I the husband, living, failed to grasp the opportunity to takj liCe in.
I spent! last Wednesday: "wjtfc!. :Mrs, J. H.Mullins .. <- OBILE. ALABAMA.MR'IipT. surance, Just think-is jour wife and ch'ldren! protected against UI1-
Never '- |}? necessary hardships? Better talk, to us about an Equitable pol cy.
MEET. Miss MarjeMullins spent several"J I ..,
days in Pensacola last 'w e14, tf -.t"T' r' I
Both JnS ancc; ...
Miss Sabra Hardy, and Mrs. Braderl]' youth -_ 1 I KnowlcsBrs.Iron tGna1
Feels !irk ana children drove, to Pensacola1Thursday. ancIo1d age need"this.expedient $ !I .ire, Life. .. :

Discussion Subject : *jMr. j : .. -
Interesting .Upon : Cecil Wilson spent Sunday witty! tonic: Keeps up 1. I -
his mother Mrs. Kat '"Wilson. i' Naval' ,Stores. ".
: of "Discipline" Was Mrs. (iFr ther and :\Ir.i. Long of Pen-;], strength, vim and l cour4f .; : naval:? .=.% VtUW% ;:: "'"
: 'On b Ga. Ffil. >. -5.-. The.. '
Burdensome. sacola. are. visIting friends i !.and rela'JI age. A 'high. grade'pro j tWW.: -' c \''.. ...".615 &.A.CCx..A. 1
I Listened to. U,-es .here :j WG"A. ; .'. ..'...*,cio I
: -
I ripe many friends! ..ofM *, Lena; duct,1 that is"always good: N.--.,.' .. .. .....:-.. .. ..585 I:I Works I and Supply Co. I
I 3Iullis.Wfll r!gr t to:.learn-that: she i iI is; ',MS.--. .. .. ..., .. .. ..o 35IK. .
1,: The cravenette is th light- i I The primary teachers of the city I still at home sick, <' ,j jlr..Alon&o 1- ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT 'I ... ; ... ; ." ... .. .. ... .. ..5 10 .. Manufacturers and Repairers of iI

we'ght! warm coat-a double schools] met the first Friday in Jan- Dry on naap. ;\jsjtor; her'e.Sunday. .. i. ... "B.SB.' I.. .. :.... ... ,, ...c..... ..440 MACHINERY AND BOILERS *
iaryfor, the purpose of organizing the ,''H.-:, '. : -..385'G FORGINGS MILL, AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 2:
: service coat. Good for raia t"aching force. Miss Jessie Griffin I Miss, Florence Thatcher anJ Mf-;. Atlanta.fsMLorwCin j' .,. :.,, :: ::: '.. :. ::' :.:::: ...3.55i' I STEAMSHIP REPAIRS: fl SPECIALTY I
was elected chairman and Miss Sadie: \\Ill ,Coker of Roberts-Fla., were the .. .. 350 ,
4 cold weather and is not ,. Prom attention given to all orders, day
or Stockard ( ecretar\; guests of Miss \Iat'e Mullins..}Jast. -1urday' .E ., :.1 ..-:.: :':. :: :: :: ;: ::3 45 for'James McIOy it Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber or aigat Doa Agent, 1tChalas

cumbersome and heavy. If The second meeting was held February e\enmg. 'f! 1 J.. ... ,... ., '.. ;;. >.. oJ. -_ j>.S 45. I 'of all de. rptions. ". au!... ..
you're not already the possessor I 2nd at school No. 2, on Garden '"' "A -:1l'.r 'C '. .'. S. 5. .- v:3: 45 \Office:Pho-W' 123.= ,PHIL WITTMAN, M9r I
I street when .toe subject "Discipline"was Sprits: Tcpentine65?i cents., % Rs1denceP'ene 1029. P. 0. Box 1& 7Kygnsyrxsvav
one better see
of ,
I up and ably discussed' CHILD SHOT .NEAR j
many interesting points J being broughtout. .
ours and I Pensacola' Cotton
_.. . !
I After that' gra.de.mcetin'gs were I .'-- PINE ]I 1 1f. f ''C. Ciunter J Klmore. F. O. B.:cottoaj
Get One To-day. I
: : ht"ld'and the work discussed by the f. |.broker. ,: gives:! the following. l ,quotations)
|teachers of the respective grade3 for ,for .February 5. '.r ;

j the purpose of keeping the work uniform : I Good .MUdjIng) .. .... .... .....UI AUSLEY COMPANY,1!

all over the clt>'. The next Special,to.The Journal.' I I Strict Middling.. '... .. .. .....l0s

The John White Store I meeting will be held March 2nd Pins Barren. Feb. 5.-Rjchard, t I I Middling' '; .. .. ... .. ... ........,10 XI'; .

little son of Mrs. Doue,Grimes, Strict LofiddJing '.. .. .. ..10

Specialist In M.,,'. W*.r, The Original Laxative Cough Syrupis lives Barren about three miles nwjh of j Low 'Middling. .' .. .'.. ... .... 9! i COMMISSION BROKERS, j i
Kennedy's Laxative: : Honey and Tar. was accidentally! shot.th. : 7"
205-207 S. Palafox Street. It expels all rold from the system by I pistol Jast Sunday about J & --=:-- .1 i
I acting as 'a.. cathartic on the bowels The ball passed th/oHgh his; i AUSLEY &: CO.'S REPORTS II INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !

Phone 225. I Kennedys LaiatlyeJIon'er' and Tar is'a side but 'the attending !Liverpool Cotton Market I

certain, tafe and'harmless cure for thinks,he. will recoyer. .p- : ...... .
Mn UHMOS Nmi AUL -a-- 'C1oe
colds, croup and whooping cough. Revs. B. C. Glenn and W. Q_ 'r' : ", ,i << Jm..F.b...,.....,.....,.......578 I Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,, and Chicago. t
of Pensacola were here last 7ab.-3jsr-*,.' ft.."... 5.78MaApytl.l
uraay. 'the former, preaching at Jl ""r'r.. ..... .. .. :
m 'Saturday.and the 'latter at 11 April-May *.,, ,....."...,.; 85JUyJun : I COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDSJ I Ii.
ANOTHER NEW n.,Sunday,., Brother: Vreland 'prea *,..,,,...,\......?.'..._.,._.568rv..T i J
ed at Century.Sunday nfght and r. SHIPPING .N WS lJ7i1 tJi.....: ...:..:........-..."r.'....I.
FIRM STARTEDThe turned-to Penfacola to-day. ;. 3u1i'.uru_ !.o':"...:......:..............-'.tl Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment.
: *
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Mrs C,, 1*- 14'Wiggns'! been. : t 4 pet-Septambet;..; :..;...-...:. 633
ill for the- 'past*ff'Ws., but,is\ September.Oeob r .. .....5 t jOetberNo'.ember .
valescent to-day.' ._ .. .". ... .S..60 i Reference:. Fjrst Nationaland. .Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 j ..
,announcement of the fact thata I 'Messrs.' W.F1 and .; Arrived jcorwnber' 'December ..- '
new enterprise, has been started Sowell, went .. :visiting. Sunday. Hatasu, .BOr BS, MA30)and. 2160j.'ewOrleans : Dftcembef-JMujurr'&.*?.. ..._ ..................................................Ht

ecmes.a.colians. ? Tins good time tidfngs it' is to th all? John Pensa G.I former Herrtns:to: Springs Pollard, lin4_)' th& latter >..to Nor' Gulf.Transit bk. Saanum CoGudn 821. Hamburg ,.Liverpool New'Y.rkCttn? Spoti, S.V t ...- ...... ................................. ..............

Welsh Carriage Company which has I Mr. T. A. Jones of Sepulga. to. master.. ,.'. '.: .. Market.

a just started at No:business 1'13V" and Romana which street is located ,- has returned' home, after ipenalng' .Cleared. M. rck' ,..:.....;.,,,..,.Open 10(81 Rirh.10K5 10 Low U: Cose 10.MM i A GAS HEATER FOR THE BATH!! ROOM I I!
the few . stand ,formeriy occupied by the l with bbls ../dsin :;00 tur
.. ., I 17,862 JaJ7:...-1- ".21 11 2S 1001 IM4
City Carriage Works Miss Ola Lambert 'who is alt > ( : .
pentine. 1 ,5 OtSober''t.....1044: 10-41 lOZTlO. .OUtwTork .
The purpose'of th.9 company is both the private ,school taught by 'Mrs .Holraeaide,. Br ss; Terry,. 2464, for I ,' gpot ..J125ffew : .
the manufacture and repair of every O. Lawrence spent. last Sunday I Galveston in,ballast. O'i i .
Orleans ,
description vehicles, Spots 10\
I Do? horse shoeing, home, folks at McDavid:. : 1 ,
etc Competent and skilled workmenwill ,Sheriff.Van Pelt and Deputy Sand 'VESaSL&11t'' .
: I I DELIVERED FOR the' be employed in each branch of spent: a few hours here today.. : ::.a.m.-: ORT.' -;".: Wheat; ... .:'.. : IT. .sbON ..P PAYS FOR ITSELF IN. i
business ,will ijjsure satisfaction .
I Alloth. DtitchJ ss., i&iJda,1'1298,*.Rotterdam Open. High Lo-ar Clotw
to all patrons. ,. HEALTH AND
: Uohn Connection to order. 1. ',js1 '. I I May-.. :.s.5'js5>4 '. *&|i{ k4i r COMFORT- i :
G. Wel.'ih'wbo is at the head of Completed.- .
1209CHAS.BLUM&CO ..........
I '.Beta,.G r 1.,6 ,ttfaOia S.t ttia to July.. .SIH (W 8s i 'W4Corn.
the firm, is weir known in i 9nsacola> Cumberland, :Md., Feb. 5.-Work .- :'.' .. i
and recognized as a hustler in the Keslar tunnel l the Pensacola. Luiojb ntov<:. fcjOJEa&tlanda : '
. that he undertakes everything mile Wabash connection on. link betweCumberland )- : .JJjf >'s%a ( Thomas, 2001, :; :, < SI.SO to $!O. i

He ha held many political positionsand and Cherry Run, Tamplco :" j3 11-: 5 S.' -t Open High Low Clo'a : (
positions of public trust and Gracia..Span BS,'Ruiz.; 2021 Cienfu Kay...: ..t... : W{ / ,1ij\ 4 : I
517 AND 519 WZST BAY'ST.: .. one doubts that he will launch, this no and completed connecting)yesterday the Wabash opening.' with the : : gos.. to Gulf =JranaJ..;Co.ifelsinberc .'-' .. .Ja1i.?_... ...,.45 ,.S S : "p 446 .

JACKSONVILLE.. FLA.. new enterprise on the high seas of Atlantic Seaboard. ._ 3wed.ss..: ..:,Sciel. 1423": If Pensmcola
absolute success; He Is not, however, Huera... b. '. if '.a ,. New. York' Stock Market. .. \ Gas Company I
to sever his connection with E. E. a Kirkswood. Br ss!.. t rson,. 2093! ,London ": : Of fn clow '
A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST Carnegie Library. Southern! Pacific... .6P' 67%;
Saunders & Co. but the business will ,
Swarthmore, Pa., .Feb 5.- ""' 2a9 Copper..,.,,,._- 113', M5 {. Phone :148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *
: SUITED WITH A be managed by Mr. Pierce who i 13 a Kingswood, Nor ss, Olsen; .,........ .
Swaine Swarthmore 4. 8.R.. 14*
practical carriage maker and an: expert nounced of tonight that Andrew College Havana .to, S. P. JShoUer Co: I 4toh...,... ................. ::9I 4 "'e'q 4lJii .....................................................+

CERTIFIED : i in his line nge} has offered to donate 150,000 Secunda. 'BrS., Donnelson, 1309, 4.R..h.: ..;... ...:"..... 163-.: 1114\4: I .
CHECK .Teneredffe The 3V.-S; Keyser Co X,.. ,........ 85i,' '
6o4; bales :with futures .f
. 4 SG CIGAR. No pills is as pleasant. and positive that'the a new HbraobulHlng college shall 'raise on. $ Hartlepool., Venus, Br4;.';fcs-.Bdjnvmds. :gT-! : 2017. ,.West' .'IB.B.O ... __.... ,... 114'46!.-,,, H4'g 4ft points cables stating advanced that Liverpool to u

a DeWitt's LUtl Early Risers. These for maintenance! of the building Vlylna\ Span ss, Bustinza! ,'1W3, LiT-' O.F.I.... .............. ;i : 73}4 is disposed to favor the'market: on
All the qualities of flaror,aroma famous Little Pills are so mild and erpool .to Gulf Transit Co. -'4 : I I U 8.......!... .;... 41 44'. the least sign of. any ,help] from tills
p color and goo material is effective that children, delicate ladies Oil Plant Burned. *., .Wermland, A.fSoiAnders n. 1473, : u.8.. preferred.. 111 11 side and this has not been fort eoml -

I embodied in it. and weak people enjoy theIr cleansing Macon, Ga.. Feb. 5.-The plant Tampico.{ 4a, Pensacdaa; Lumber. So. I, R 8..... 34?; 84\ l ing. On the contrary prices have been
effect, while! strong people say they the Southern Oil Company at C "!hlpa. liaN..C.: 150 150 hammered right and left and'no atten-

A. Greenhut &, Co. are 'ths best liver pills sold. Never dele. ''G 1., was practically 1601 Lead....;:,.........'........... 8' 8.. tion paid to th Avon, Ital sbIp! A VqJ10. ,Genoa ...... '
gripe. by fire this I.C f.. 173 KSS ever.
;. DISTRIBUTORS. morning. to kosasco Brog', v,"'"' ... .
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. ---- The seed and, boiler. rooms were. Casanova,' Ital' !bk,( ATegno, 1069. Can DG.;Pae.......- .. 178 47Lj 174<8S S So far during.the'pres l season the : PURE
PALAFOX STREET ed. I Genoa. N.T.O 14S'i 149 lcng side has;been. apparently' : with
I .Elvira Port ship Rodriques, 1488 P.O::.. .... tic 084 out a leader. The Wall Street specu
. Lisbon to order, Rop.q...........:.'136 137 Istorwho assumed, the position has ,\
. VVOODAIl B only succeeded .in demonstrating his
WAS FLOODED i Barsc.i.Ade1e 8a.P 134S IS4

STETTellS'lf-: .. ,.Swed bk. Janse.S96. .Havana, .LI.-. ............... 281>> 268 utter inability to hanale! it, being _
kinds that you want., F' ; i"I 1 Due Cuiginl, Italtbk, Olivari 125, S B......;.-...,.............. 40'i 40S lacking in every:. essential that goesto /
yoy' t |' Genoa to order. T.O. L... ..........;.......... 15H. 1S8V$ make up, the great generalship that I
BREAKING OF HALF-INCH PIPE l $ '., i ........ ...... '
% Bitters iho > Penn .c H. !_. let:'. li:x. Mr. Brown so ably displayed in ail
OAK AND PINE ,CAUSED WASTE OF MUCH 'be taken : Bahal.:KiUccna. l an bk..' Pedersen. 765 : U F.......!'!..:....rr-.... ....._ 1511. 1&6Autley / of his campaigns in the past for the,

.- once, It Jon .Provldenia...lial',bk-,: Olcese. 1185. advancement of cotton values and the "A KEY OF SOLID GOLD CANNOTHEALTH'S

; cheaper than you can buy WATER. .the ;; Tonio. lta.1 bk. Tonino, .:.'103%, Genoa.. .&. CO'S,'Dai1y Cotton Letter. betterment pf the south. GATE UNFOLD"But
r It anywhere. Any size you c',.. aD4 cures Genoa'to master.. .' New' York; Feb. 5.-The English cables Mr. Price Is reported out with a the gold can buy the drugs br'

; want., :Thomas Ital bk, l; no, 803, 'Naples. j jSchooners. this morning showed. an advancer circular placing the amount ginned to which will loosen many a cramp1
The. breaking of a* half-inch water : :Poor : 6 ,points .on spots. sales of 10,000. February 1st at 10.71,000. bales. For stomach or muscle. and health gaL
pipe yesterday morning at the corne* 'Indigestion, the manipulation of figures to make I! will roil wide open when you apJ
r t E.: G. ,L. Bakgr. Am sch, !
: SEWELL of Palafox and Intendencia streets, DYlpepsia.J'atule.ncy, Horatio ) ;-'tobr.. f them show apthing he wishes in away them rightly., .Pure drus. chemicals,
caus!d water to: burst from under. ;' 720. Lasua to, J.1.&Merritt&i Co.i t| TC-tlRS: TO, EUROPE, 2 TO JA ANt1'adpr" that is something truly ";ond'er\ll.t] medicines, toilet and sink room acfsorl >
ti Phone 614. neath the brick1 pavement t in large I superior mantgemtnt exceptional Mr. Price certainly has no s, perfumes, soaps-e er>thi2|
volumes and for -a while Palafox I '3ITTERS Colds, To. dray the firi put oFa: burn &heal.' advantages Fall Tonrs Around the WorldADnual the ;world;and'we commend him to. the! for the ,bath or shaving here.HOOTON'S .
\0 street wag almost flooded with waterin or'. Malaria. a cut without; 'lea?ing, a scar, or tocure :I tram N.Oriental Free.FRANK ; Cruise, in iebruary. i-ro-. consumers as the'right man tb demonstrate -| '
boils rol'U.tetter and'all
that eczema to the. producer that his crop.'
vicinity. | skin and scalp.diseases. : C. CLARK,96, Bway, New YorkCOFFEE PHARMACY,
The pipe which wa$ broken carried Is so much larger; tLan be thinks that)r
water from the big main to the flush I) Witch Hazel ,SalvA.: : ."* se.DeWlt.'f! .' OH ,muat"'SeJll' for- much less money The Birth Place of Prompt Delivery.
Your i tank of the sewer': and of' course HI I pU-s.' Get the .&ennine_'__ than the staple is:really worth. j I PHONE 1100.

'allowed water: in !large quantities to I causes $uc.h" speedy:relief. Ask. forDWitt.ihh The eyes of.the cotton world at the

escape., Sometime' elapsed before the; < 'genttine f.. ..*.. I present moment seem to be on McFad'
, 'I flow was stopped as the company did 1 SEEDS ] '. : -3-:-* '. ; I den as his record' is the past shows! Florida and Alabama
tot; desire 'to cut off the water supply Chanty Uchre a.nd DancThe'rogre8s that'. he.'generally'toes .the rfcht thing J
: Trousers (I which had to be done eventually, how. 1 : Clubwil! 'glve. i'a uchre: I in the right,place',and when he moves{ LAND COMPANY
ever. for a short time. party T e'dajafteynooh at 3. ,o'clock.Ch11dr ) We file Pioneer there's generally something doing; right:
I *ns' dance' from 4:00: to' :500 are
According to President i Pitt of the WHICH > J : ;there and then. :Mr. Price: can probably of
[I Water Com pan j. the breaking of the: o'clock. !'AlmIft8lonTadults; ;, 35c; ;children J Coffee Roasters of 'I testify to the truth of this asser- and Manufacturers
pips was ,cauaed by soma of the tele- lOc. '. .. .j ,, I ton.! J in SHINGLES -
H Sir i phone. employees who were working! :_ W!s.tF/: rlda.M \ The outsider is out of the market! LUMBER,AND SAWED KILN CYPRESS.DRIED SAP.

under the :street digging a subway for Damage .Re 'ired.' I I and it 'seems to b< 'wholly 'professional -:
,i their wires. SUCCEEDWhen Barc:' lona. Feb '5.-The' Spanish in its nature and until tlje; country
steamer,Juan F'orga.s..from..Genoa forHavana'and :: HUGH'SBlENDSI gets in,.and.this they will not do until
; DONT THEY BAG AT THE SOIREE WEDNESDAY.Miss I 'New,: Orleans! ,,:,.'hich i -W I they see<< old-reliable leaders take Morris Dannheisser

G'psy! :Morns will begin her "i ,1 damac'4 by. fire' was' Surrejed- .- Sf i : {old. prices'are"llkely tosag; The
KNEE AND SAG TOO .AND 1 I I dancing ,classes with 'a soiree : has'proceeded. : on, h?r yoae. I I i market has no snap, and the move- (Formr4y of DannheisFT Bros
onWednesday Youluy:
1 ARE NOT VERY WARM [. afternoon. C.:K. of A. Hall .# have poequal., Atria] ment from the interior flE'.ms'to be In-i, Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine
'at 4 o'clock* All the littla folks and Get the\ Best.. Chinese"cetitmi..i n. i vvlll! convince the connoisseur cieasing daily: ettlmates'for-aNew| Orleans Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
New York, '= he and Houston '
IT'LL ONLY COST YOU A are Feb=-5.- All ( delegates to-morrow com-
1 ) evening their parents at J. the grown Invited.ups On.will-Friday have It's the Cheapest IntheC End. of raiasionars! .who are' hare studying t that we b.nea. footing sip' 18,:'>>00. to 21.500: Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
AMOUNT TO : I This is either going I ,on'the 12 Street,
SMALL ((2 $2.50)) their opening soiree 6f b2t American conditions and institutions cotton market W. Zarragossa
j I ;, (1evoted.syeral; hours! today to :rna: elp: extravagant or' is "being shipped' to the ports PENSCAOLA. FLORID
FOR A WARM, SNUG PAIR : visits I to places of elt. I for storage. We are inclined:! to think
cvrran in fu. M ffee Hov*, .lntt ,claims. j both is the ,case and until there Is ..:
: OF FINE WOOLEN TROUS.RS. John I'bilpot. Curran. the fataeki I Landreth'sNew Frederick 'Tone Dead, i f' 1 I general ,cleaning,up of actual -cotton,
Irish Jawyer, ranks among the wittiest 'I I the interior 'hardly1 I Ii
Stamford Conn, Fe J. S.- -P'rt"deiick'P. being..held in 'w-e.
men the Emerald,Isle has ever pro : Town: a former :president of the'' Wholesale" RetailIQROCERS i i think the big bull -;of the.. past will ;( SchoolBooks

:THEYH.L FIT YOU RIGHT f duced. His wit! however, was .sometimes -.: National Founders Association, died| I take hold and very little cap be expect -,
turnEd a talust himself by the intended lit: his borne here. today.; He Wag 24, I i in tUe.*v.n of materially' higher,
.: AND HANG RIGHT TOO. i victim the. following story taken i'4.: 'ears :?ld.. f, j I j prices until 1h.e.do.: ? : .1 I Ii

FULL SUITS OF THE from th,9 volume of biographical : ,,i All, the.private? ';wire' houses. ; seem'to''!
reminiscence entitled "Mrs. Brook. .* J .' > and ,all kinds of FeedStuffs I I have plenty of cotton' for' sale on- any' -1.

WARMEST: PATTERNS $7.50 Held and ..Her Circle I .. I little advance ,of 20 or' 30 points,. _.
furnishing an -i : 4 .
amuslns example,of. how Cyrran waa Just Rec lvCd. .J. TERSELY! '.TOLD .'t' -', .. ,. .1 : showing- conclusively. that"what htUej i
TO $18.00.-THE PRICE IS A once outdone BUSINESS LOCALS:. I'outside trade:is being received is simply -| We wtsii to remind 1'11
:' : for scalping purpose 'and we that we have a cODlI'I"1
I POSITIVE SAVING. A brisk young widow in some part of &**1 US***t*.*************:1 i think the market has"fallen into that J! lin; of Cur School Ws""
Ireland used' to preside at the table of io' Pliito Water ': rut for the time beln'.;. but we believe Pencils a'tl1
a coffeehouse!' patronized' by Curran. )McKipzle OerUi iij t,'Co.. waolegala ''legitimate supply and demand will I. Tablets student entering etC r

Her name was Honor and one da,' and retatt snip cha d-'," and i-ocera. 1! sooner or_ later force. prices! very I new grade *
i those changing
: there was tame disputed charge. W. A. D' JembertetDr the only flratUsf I..of t*. kind I much higher. '
Retail. I invited to call.
H, O. ANSON Curran slyjy' winked' a.t, the friend : in' Peniacola.. Tg.es, ; to. ,aU.t .. ,. Wholesale! and i I I I

who happened to .be' dIning'with.him ulst 'ind AptNcary,. Cv.-THQMPSpy: :has'1UBt" opened" The Best Phytic.!'
I a :
and proposed' -honor and New Orleans Grocery Co. '
honesty. '
: CASH CLOTHIER, ,all 109 "fresh line 'of; wautffcU 1x.J'paJerl.lulta'ble ; ;When you want a physic that h Coe's Bookstore
-By means. added the wid/m TI.p.htDi'1 ,lor'Christmas pres nt. Alio mild and gentle,.etsy to take'and.certain
Corner Palafoi and Main. briskly holding her .glass to be filled I2FSotbPaIafOStriet. .cred' .papers. ep.rtout 'ple qrtt .: r Jas. ,McH gh to act.. 'alwaysuse Chamberlain's
'f ,
"let na"drink-.to. Mr. Curr&n'a absent<< .4 *v- : :. ; blndll1L-puraea'""' ,..,: -.......:-. cards. etc. ptoraach and Jlver'Tablits."- :, For sale! 213 I ,S.Paafoi! f Street.

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