<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Pensacola journal
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00582
 Material Information
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 9, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00582
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

Full Text
-y- fJ
,
-
3r F I*.' .""rn''b ,f 3 a } t; k Z < 'JT t y "r w P,x+ l ;.. ,t (T Frw
f $

F ..J




Latest- TeIegrapn1 News Servce! ==Foregini! and: DQmestic--Furriished by'Th Associated Jr s8-; .


_. ,
_
I _
: ,
: ;: "J ,\ &





--T- HE north and Saturday WEAHER winds. ; light: Fair, to Friday fresh fL'b t ,J tnacI: .I!' J', 'I nfnL I '--- ,1'" January.Circulation The Average Journal'Daily was for 580: *," U'! -





W', '
l;.

; ;J ,
.
-=::::::::a
NO. .
VOL. IX. 35. PENSACOLA.: FLORIDA ,FRIDAY' MORNING I FEBRUARY, 9. '1906.: : PRICE: 5 CEf: _a a s

= :., Q


I I EVERYONE' IS PRAISING THE PANAMA CANAL EPITION--PRICE15' CENTS; BY MAIL 20 CElitS! ,




--- ---
.

MINERS DETOOj Cl.DE '
4
UFFICIA1.GIFTS' HEPBURN RAILROAD :,


UST DOLAN PASSED.
RATE BILL
It

Will NOT BE'ACCEPTED ,


fittsburg( l Convention Has Power NOTHING 'NEW IN o ss PARTIAL REPORT Only Seven _Members of ,House,

to Take Summary Action in All Republicans Voted'Against



Case of Officers. CHRIST.MASSTRAGEDY H R I S the Measure.

-- Of INSURANCE E r v


MUCH ENTHUSIASM Presents to Miss Alice Must Be THE, PENSION BILL,


-- Personal' Expressions of L OMMITTEETo ,


Manifested by Delegates Over Good Will Only. ... Carrying $39,000,000 Appropriation r


Mitchell's Instructions. Also Pa'ssed'House.. r

Although Large Rewards are Of" BARON HENGELMULLER, ACTING = t
.After Calvert Smith in, Jacksonville Times-Union. Investigate New York Life in

PRESIDENT DOLAN REPEATED, fered for Capture of Murderersof DEAN OF DIPLOMATIC CORPS, surance CompanYMade to BILL PASSED ,PROVIDING FEAVYk\ ,

AFTER CONSULTATION WITH .
INTENTION OF HOLDING OF.: Jackson Co. Family. 1 'PENALTY FOR PREMATURE
WASHINGTON OFFICIALS SO WILL CONCLUDE SMOOT the Directors.
FICE UNTIL REPLACED BY REVELATION OF GOVERNMENT

VOTE OF MINERSDELEGATESADVISED I Special to The Journal. ADVISES MENT. AUSTRIAN GOVERN CASE AT THIS SESSIONINTRODUCTION By Associated Tress. -a .INFORMATION WHJCH MIGHT

TO GO SLOW IN VIEW Chipley, Feb. 8.-Tuesday night unknown New York Feb. 8.The; special INFLUENCE_ PRICE OF COMMODITIES

parties entered the residenceof committee appointed by the trusteesof
OF PROBABLE TROUBLE APRIL Mr. J. M. Christmass, who lives OF TESTIMONY OF PROTESTANTS WILL PROBABLY the New York Life Insurance'Com -BILL INTRODUCED FOR

1. I near Campbellton Fla., and murdered Washington Ify Associated Feb. 8.-Press-Baron Hengelmuller. BE FINISHED TOD DEFENSE HAS NO'TANNOUNCEDWHEN company pany to investigate today made the'a partial affairs! of reporton the CABLE TO PANAMA.

:Mr. Christmass and his wife and
the Austrian ambassadorhere
IT WILL BE READY TO PROCEED. Its labor to the directors. This
small son by severing their heads from and acting as dean of the diplomatic report deals only with the relations of

By Associated Press. I the bodies.It corps, after a conference with Andrew Hamilton, the legislative By Associated Press.

Pitisburg. Feb. 8-President Mit was a most brutal and horrible I the officials of the Washington gov-I By Associated Press. The defense has not announced the agent 'with the company, and severely Washington Feb. 8.-Just enough '

ciell's instructions were read to the crm: !. There are no developments at ernent has advised his governmentthat : Washington, Feb. 8. The Senator number of witnesses it expects to call arraigns his methods, Jno.. A.. Mc- morning business was allowed in the
I it is the wish of President and when'it will be ready to proceed. Call late president of the' company
p-ttsburg miners In convention this this time as to the guilty parties.,, It Smoot so far as the.introduction or House preceding the vote on the Hep-
Mrs. Roosevelt that no official gifts case The hearing today dealt with alleged also comes in for a share of the com
afternoon by Vice-Presiaent Lewis: In is supposed of the murders.Mr. that robbery. was the moth shall be presented to their daughter of,testimony of protestants Is concerned Mormon interference in business affairs mittee's criticisms. He Is blamed for burn railroad bill to-day to permit delayed -

onef they decided that the conven- e Christmass was a highly respected on the occasion of hr marriage next will probably be called tomorrow. and with the endowment house the methods in connection 'with the members to reach their seats r f

Lon: had power to remove President citizen of Jackson county, week to Mr. Longwo.rth. Whatever This announcement was made bg ceremony. bureau of taxation and legislation before the. roll call.
and Vice-President Beiling- where he had resided all his life and presents are sent will be in the name' John G. Carlisle, who has been prose Chairman Burrows said today that during the last ten years, nOd for allowing Three hundred and forty-six members -
Polan
of the sovereign, and, will be in the cuting the case at the present sessionof he would insist upon concluding the Hamilton to pay.out vast
officers by hard work had accumulated con- voted for the bill. Seven, all
from office. They were
bata nature of personal expressions of goodwill sums of money without ac
proper
siderable congress, at the close, of the proceedings investigation and making a report to
or the PHUburg district of the miners There as property.considerable excitementover and not as presents from the gov- today. the senate at this s hion.I counting.AGITATlnN'. republicans, voted against it Applause -
organization Mr. Mitchell stated thata ernments th mselve$., j I greeted the announcement of
the crime'and if the guilty par- -
the convention was legally consti-. ties are apprehended, it will be almost the result.
WILL NOT .
.st:"d anti as: the officers were elected. impossible to prevent a lynching. MISS ROOSEVELT'S RECOGNIZE WEDDING I France Pessimistic Over The house then turned its attentionto

c a referendum vote, the delegates i FORm other business. The pension .appropriation

had full 'power to act as they chose. LARGE REWARDS OFFERED Washington- Although the the Algeciras Conference bill,._carrying one hunderd t

The Instructions were greeted with FOR THE MURDERERSBy house will not take official recognitionof I' and thirty ''nf' million dollars for pen t
I the wedding of Miss Roosevelt and.Representative administration
sion was taken up. do
the delegate
great enthusiasm by Associated'Press. I
Longworth on Saturday Associated D- __ :Diplotnatsjrere-! support the: lsmN OF bated and passed! without amendment.
By
Mr Dolan repeated his; intention*ofrcmamlrg Dothan. Ala, ;Feb. S-1 There are. no ,February 17,"adjournment-: betaken *-: : ; l =-strJ1r! -
II, PariS "FebJ 8,- >;;French view regarding the maintenance from'thf '
OpinKrafpncernIn A .feature of the hill aside
in the.CoLtonwood >
special development
until ,
president ,replacedbya ( on Friday; February 16: untfl : "
"" the progress.And final'outfr-me of the of the position of France in Mo- ,
Ala., tragedy, in which" J. 'MChristmass appropriation. made Is the provision
the following without '
Monday avowingits
'
of the miners .
vote .
Algeciras conference i. rSconre_ rather ''roccoar j1l' that, France should re- '
his wife and son were In this the making statute law of tha famous *
purpose. manner house order
appointing pessimistic here In conse-{ject. in the most energetic"manner:
V resolution was adopted more ;
killed in their home time Tuesday
some will avoid establishing a precedent. of the: president declaring ag&
declarationsthat for International P PRECINCTS
a committee to have charge of the night. Rewards: aggregating fifteen quence of semi-official any proposal control !
election which will occur next hundred dollars hate been offered neither France or Germany will as otherwise she,Till lose evert )'-: conclusive evidence of disability. 1

nfonthr for the apprehension of the assassins -,TO AMEND THE recede regarding the question. of- Moroccan thing! for which she has been contendS Among the other bills passed was 4

and the feeling of resentment and police. t IDg. ons providing a penalty of five thou-
H Is reported that Mr. Dolan! will baa '
horror at the crime Is Increasing.PRESIDENT ELECTION LAWSBy sand dollars and ten years imprison e
candidate for National VicePreside County Commissioners May Be
meat for premature revelation of f
government
Eight Men Buried'By ,
Twenty
information which might
Mr Lewis advised the delegates togo Associated Press. Asked Tomorrow Night to g
Frankfort. Ky., Feb. 8.-The lower J have a bearing on the market price {
slows: as much responsibility restft i
NOTELIGIBlE branch of the Kentucky legislature today ,_ Explosion in a MineBy Take Action. of commodities; the same penalty is
them and the developmentsof
upon
adopted a proposition to submitto provided for government employees -
April 1 would probably be serious. the people at the November electIon
who speculate in securities regardiu'g'which
the question of amending the Associated Press. the explosion''a'nd 'at ten o'clock to-
constitution to provide that a poll Charleston. W. Va.. Feb. 8.-An exploaicn nfsht; twelve of thes had been rescued The question of making,a division 1 the government furnishes. ;
is
and 15
in numbers 12 now
TOMEMBERSHIP tax receipt shall be qualification fora In Patrall Mine near Mount alive one dead! body being taken precincts statistics ;
voter in all elections. Republican Hope. Fa\ette- county occurred this out. The remaining fifteen are ex- toeing agitated by a number of persons

REDUCTiON[ IN leaders in the house opposed the pas- .afternoon. Twenty-eight men were netted to be rescued by morning and from present indications it MANY, BILLS WERE .
time
will be a question of only a short
sage of the bill j employed in the mine at the time of The explosion was, light. before the matter Fill be brought to PASSED BY SENATE

the attention of the county commissioners .
which body has,the authorityto' Washington, Feb. 8:-TJre Senate :

FORCE E BEING create new precincts when petitioned today passed a'large number of private

-- and where they see' that the pension bills also a "bill providIng -

same is necessary. .
for a government building at Fer-
During the past,two years-the num-
Story that He Was Voted Down as bers of voters in these two precincts nandina Fla., and appropriating one Y y f

fig s-- bays Increased to such an extent that hundred thousand dollars for same.

MADE E ENo Honorary Member of Confederate it--'is almost an impossibility' for all Permission was granted'" Prof.

of them to cast their votes;in any:.oleo SFmon Newcomb to accept a d!cora-

Veterans ,Denied.By .ion. especially where'the'tl ket conains Lon from the German emperor. a
a large number of names, and '
FIve hundred thousand dollars was

Elevator Service in Custom consequently who reside in it those is the districts desire of to those havea appropriated for a government. build ring

Associated Press i ;, at Houston Texas. .
two
change instituted making pre.dncts
House After 10th, or Night Atlanta, Feb. 8.-Col. John S, Pra- i a of No. 12 and ,two of No. 13. I
ther commander of Camp Wheeler, MILLION FOR CABLETO i
7 This would give everjone an opportunity -
Watchman. Confederate Calvary has issued a to vote without delay and wouldbe THE CANAL ZONE
statement In denial of a story relating ,
I of much convenience to businessmen
to a resolution offered to elect S hr who have only a short time to Washington, Feb. 8.Representative
President Roosevelt an honorarymember election to cast their Wagner, of Pennsylvania. Introduced
day
O*ing to the fact that congress, hash i of the camp and that the spend on bill
ballot, and who cannot afford to re- a to-day appropriating one
*o far not passed a deficiency bill,! resolution "met with spirited opposition million dollars for the construction
main at the polls for any length of
P'nsacolians will| no longer enjoy the, and was voted down"The r, RA N time. | a cable from Key West Fla. to titianr p

luiurv of elevator) service In the cus'l "' ''Publication referred to is a" Fe The two precincts are the' largest! tanamo: Cuba, thence to the Canal
flagrant misrepresentation of facts Zone 00 the Isthmus of Panama.
In and contain more than MX "
torn the city,
house after Saturday., This! in- said Co!. leather. "I presided at the
hundred registered voters each.,The
frrm.iiion reached Pensacola jesterJa meeting and when the resolution was
other two, Nos. 13 and .14 can be well
> ,'h"n Herman) B. Grice, the man I I offered attention was simply called to handled: at any elctlon.J:: .i THE DECISION
the fact., that the bylaws of our asses
.n Charge of the elevator, was notified ; It is. expected that the County Com-
ciation prohibited any honorary mem- J v1
that owing to the deficiency In 'they;, bers, and the resolution was with m'ttsioners! will be approached upon I WAS REVERSEDSUPREME

appropriation that his services would'' drawn. It was not even debated orToted 'the matter at their special meeting of 4
tomorrow night, and that 'steps will
he> dispensed with. on, nor was any opposition
I it." be taken to give Pensacola sir voting
It IS not expected, however, that voiced against. l' precincts instead of four as at pres COURT REMANDS CASS

the service will be discontinued ent.,
:: per
TO ESCAMBIA COURT FOR
faf1o'ntl-, but only until congress NOTHING TO FEAR r

takes an appropriation covering the a { MAY ) NEW TRIAL
l MIDSHIPMAN
deficiency which now exists, and thn FROM LOW TARIFF --

the emploeestwho have been thrown
.NOT BE DISMISSED One of the decisions: of local Interest
M: of employment will be reinstates '
: recently handed down by the supreme
Not only I has the elevator boy been ON TOBACCO FROM PHILIPPINES ?U t court of Florida 4s that of the

ltd: off but who Pensarola Terminal Company plaintiff
also George Mayne
AS PRODUCTIONIS
ISLANDS Associated Press.
_
By
hay r in vs. M. (X Haussman de-
served as watchman of the building Washington, Feb. 8-Secretary error ,
for the past twelve years. His EXTREMELY LIMITED.By Bonaparte has reserved his decision fendant In error.
lIau8smanho is a drummer was
notice came last and at 'IfTr -: () in the cases of Midshipmen Charles '
Saturday : William T. a passenger on one of the cars of thocompany
11. James of Iowa, and
.. and as it turned into the
watchNEGRO Associated Press. Boyd Jr.. of Illinois, members of the
track Governmentstreet
to
from Palafox
tobacco second class, both of whom, are under -
.
8 The ,
Feb. Tx
Washington dismissal for he was thrown from his seat
hazing
of
Industry-in the Philippines was discussed JOYOUS = sentence He alleged that, he had been injured
the
department
before It' Is not clear to
LEGALLY HANGED by Secretary Taft to-day whether the ends of justice would be and brought suit against the company
Philip
FOR CRIMINAL ASSAULTBy the Senate Committee on DSNiP ;? better served by recommending the In the circuit court. When the case t
pines. came to trial the jury gave a verdictof
of the presidentor
accused to clemency
amount of tobacco TTT. o' .
entire
said the HY
lie
Associated Press. Islands annually by approving the sentence of die damages in the sum of $300 and
the '
exported by
:\-aahrille secretary had already costs.
Tenn, Feb. 8.-Arthur tobacco productionof missal. The
was less than the order for the :dismissal) The case wu'appe:1Ted to the 'supreme
f beep, sped the
said
a negro, was )legally hanged Lancaster Pa. The secretary
the and the
court by company
or but telegrapbea': to Atmapo :
Boyd.
far
te.daY
at for United States had nothing to ,
Waynesboro Tenn the
!lie countermanding the order. lie decision has just been rendered:'sronianding -
rluintj I ] assault on a thirteen jour from competition with the Islands Philippine asa .ll? CASTRO WOULD ONLY; GET GOODMATURED: WE'D BE SPARES 3iL Tm.sJitnN OF WAR will look more .cio fly ,Into. the facts the case back to the lower
.j dutfcs _
htutal bite. girl. The crime was most tobacco.result of lower on nuT-STIR. THE '!!MIGHTY NATioNS CF THE Pl ,,fla' : ,- -: -',". :": and probably consult:;the ..president.' .' court for a new trial :_,Jf.
... '
t "' .v'" yr *


j jr


<, f {Ms. << # -



.",,.t. fi>i.-



_
_


,
"
't 4
"J i .. r -


I ., % .PAGE. TWO .. 'f \ .. lOt' TH, PE- $ SACO L"A... OUflNA L-VRtDA'--- -:! MOJN11tP ,,; B.R.U ARV9,19S' .-. j .. .- ... .- -.- '.v. '. --. .!. _--= I .......



: .. :-'t : $ -: ,.,#-. \ ,. GOOW'CAPTURE: : E ES A1'i ;: (





; \ ___ BK SHERIFF Change :

-. eLIFE" W\
\ of
f; \ You pay 5'cents for three good smokes. Yon save 10 cents on three useless heads.

YIN PELT-


OLD VIRGINIA : ) 1


..(jJI.-
Causes Apprehension of Negro in ;;


J \ CHEROOTS Mississippi, Who is Wanted in ,



: ((4I) Packageof3for5c. ( ) Texas for Murder. S This perfectly' natural'. ch2nge"J"a"


Sheriff j-Jas. C. Van Pelt, who is always -,
.
life Is too often ,
In ac-i
on the alert for the apprehenfcion -, a woman's,
4 :
$ Three good cheroots for 5 cents and '
; of criminals, has made another! .companied by painful, distressing I .
notable capture. and one which re-i Need Not .
L three good reasons why they don'tcost Bring
fleets credit: upon the Escambia coun- symptoms due to female troubles .

!.i TRADE MARK just three times as much: TRADE MARK ty The official.,capture is that of ,a negro murderer .!' and slight Irregularities In her deli Suffering "

who is wanted in Texas and:
cateorganlsrn.
; .The Old Virginia Cheroot is a cigar made without the head. The little who was.located in Mississippi; by the ... and Misery A
sheriff. The latter caused his arrest, The Woman who passes this \
useless but costly hand-made head of a cigar-the tip end that you must telegraphing to the authorities to a-. '
; P
F bite off before you light up-costs as much to make as the whole cigar. rest him,immediately, and giving the change without the development of '

i It's already off when you buy your Old Virginia Cheroots. You name was done under, 'the which local he official was' going.offering This a tumors,.cancers, or chronic Invalid- r .

pay your money for smokes-and never a"cent wasted. reward for.the arrest,of the negro. Ism enters a new field of happiness
Recently! the sheriff received; infer t
:; 2The Old Virginia CheroOt is'made from exactly the same tobacco as reg- mation from Texas that a negro had and usefulness In the domestic circle -. "

5-cent cigars. Binder and wrapper are from the same bales. murdered a. )oung white man- in a, and in social activity. Her physical ,,, .
manner'abd offering .
.
cold blooded
The filler is rolled from the shorter leaves and the clippings of the largerones. most reward. for tois arrest. The sheriff system should receive the '. I

This economical way of separating the leaf by sizes helps to save looked up the case and secured a clue. assistance at this critical '
necessary
By. the xpenditu ,-,ot some money
third of for S
a nickel spend smokes.
you every you 5'
he located the. 'man at a turpentinecamp period. _
Old Cheroot is made modern methods about twenty miles from Jason -\-
Virginia by systematic that
3The MISS.,, and hs immediately wired
only produce even, dependable quality year after year but that cut out there to the sheriff to place him under JydiaE.Pi khainsgefaMC Compound :

the waste of the usual hap-hazard cigar-making: processes. It is produced 'arrest.that Yesterday the be had received been arrested a reply

in quantities so immense that the manufacturing cost is cut down to bed- and that hewas negro held! in the jail! at needs this It and
Is suited to woman's at time. strengthens
exactly
: rock. 1,000,000, ,Old Virginia Cheroots finished and packed every day' Jackson for safe keeping pending ,
\
Sheriff Van Pelt's arrivaL cures all derangements of the female organism it overcomes the hot e:
in,the finest, largest, cleanest cigar-factory in the world. The sheriff left last night for Jack- ,

son and from there he will go to Tex. flashes and dizzy fainting spells, and all other distressing symptoms.

f d ,Sold wherever they sell tobacco as with his prisoner, 'Where he will receive -
M a liberal reward., v Was in ,Bed for Three Weeks I

_____ _i___. The sheriff was congratulated yesterday -
\ -- by those, who were cognizantof : DEAR MRS. PIKJCHAM:-I suffered a great deal during Change ,of Life For v(
-- -- -- -- eleven weeks I had hemorrhages and it made me so weak I was in bed for three weeks. ex
: -- --- ----- -- ---- ----- ---- -------- -- --- his good worE: as it is somewhat
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound although it was against
I began taking Lydia
in Florida
unusual for officer to
i .#**## *#* 5 HiiHn': 'i K .r I- an S my doctor' will and I had to hide it. I took it regularly until I had taken five bottles.
locate a murderer in one state 'who is d.
s ..
and it brought me out all right. a perfectly strong well woman. Any one can tell how ,
I wanted in another. healthy I am by looking at my picture and any one can write to me or my daughter p

ii NEWS WEST FLORIDA I .$ about our wonderful cures. ItMItS.
I f of i RHEUMATISM'When F. M. MUSHRUSH. East Chicago, Ind.

> s pains'or irritation exist on -- tl

""Sff H ?Ml i NaN.t; =-"Z'. "", H a any part of the body, the application The.vhole! secret of safety at this time of life Is thorough preparation before the si

_ _ _ _ _ _ of Ballard's Snow Liniment gives I change begins. Fortify the system with a course of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable P''
relief. F. 'V. Sullivan Prop.
school -we were making,,all of which Is prompt Sullivan House, El Reno, O. T..writes Compound. This wonderful medicine- has carried thousands of women through this (I

: very" encouraging, and we hope that June 6, 1902: "I take pleasure in recommending danger period. ti
Q MILLVIEW his remarkswill tend to dispell some O LAUREL/ HILLSpecial Ballard's Snow Linimentto S
] which the No such helpful advice to. vomen who are :sick! can be had anywhere as will be 3'
,of the difficulties under all who are are afflicted with rheumatism -
: _ school is laboring. It is 'the only remedy I received free by addressing Mrs. Pmkham., Lynn, Mass. Mrs. Pink)iam.is daughter. :
Mr. Robert Kitsell foreman at the have found that gives immediate re- law of Lydia E. Pinkham, and twenty-five years under her direction, and since her
to The Journal
Special' to The Journal. Southern States hay farm with his lief." 25c, 50c( ,and 100. Sold by all *
MUIview, Feb. 8la: spit .of tha i family was present at the meeting accompanied Laurel Jill!. Feb. 8.-our little burg ,druggists. decease, :she has been advising sick women free of charge. L
cold and rain last night a. number of by a- gentleman and lady is ,having its full quoto of traveling "
'people went to church and greatly enjoyed whose names, I did. not learn. There men this week. Among the promtnent '
f Wtact. 'T.r Cures Where Others Fail
Watem.Th E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
the evangelists talk on "Salva- 'Were also a good many young folks Pen co1ianS who were guests of ig lydia .
vi, .tion \vhich was .so clearly explained present from Muscogee who r mained Mr." /J.:Hart, the genial bost' f foe .' old superstition. belief that yen 1jI
co one could fall to understand. Th3 until after Sabbath school": Those Drummers'Home.'wer* th following: will chance yluckii you stop windIng '

S t sermon Tuesday "night was on "Re that I waS acquainted 'with' were :Mr B,, 8.U ncock. !'A.* F. PadnckH. K*JU your watch at night and wind It In ; .' IIl
jentance," -which was fully and clearly Thos. Bradley, and sister :Mary and Padriokk.Hogebooin; :and ,Mr,.J. A. 'the morning WILt have some slight baBia -" ,l ;> 'Jj
., put before the people! ;.Tonight Mr Clem Henderson and sister Cora Howard .')Ir. Howard is 'manager in fact according'to jeweler, who ---.. -

S r rain or no-Taln. toe talk! will' be -Hell, Mrs. Rarrineau. Quintette WaS' !th? o t? :West Florida.for :the.R. J. R. ,says that the'morning' 14 the proper :.........,...............+..-*...... *.....*......+.+...: Ef
I la it a Place or OoaditwnTJ; The meet guest of her daughter )Ir. James Tobacco Co, ,Mr. ,Howard will make time to do the winding.. This is not $25 REWARDWARRANT
S 'ings will close' Sunday night, to the Sc.owden last Saturc&y .and Sunday' his headquarters in Pensacola: in .the only because the hour of rising la for
: :xegret of the people 'Who are truly returning home Monday morning .future. Mrs. Howard and little\son the mucl1 i
average man more regular I f MARION CURRY .j& 00. I Ii
t: enjo ing- a treat. The sons of James Snow den. Earn will arrive Friday from Montgomery than that fen: retiring, but even the soberest 1
Mr.' and Airs. Chas. Kupfrian were est of Brewton, Ala., and Eugene of and will locate at llotelEseambla.The ,
S .Visitors In Pensacola Tueslay.S .. (Pollard, Ala., made their parents a bad weather for the last'day oi1 and moat orderly of men are apt '.--
The mill here is: not running on visit arriving in time to attend two has had some affect ,on businessMr. to relax and prone to carelessness at i 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, :
Recount of a leak in the boiler. meeting Sunday morning S. G. French ,made a trip over bedtime, when more or less worn' by f
Numbers of people from the sur- :Mr. George Spare of Oakaloosa, i his. division with eome of the officials the wear and tear of the day. In this : PENSACOLA FLORIDA. : I
j rounding country" are coming every Iowa came lat Tuesday and will remain from Louisville. condition the winding la apt t. be done .

\bight to Mlllview to hear Evangelist until after the Mardi Gras the 'I Some much needed improvementsare : in a Jerky, lyegnlar sort of way or too :
*:* Kegel and the church is always crowd- guest of his father, Arthur Spare and being made on. the streets by the far or not far enough. "Nine peopleout i WHOLESALE :

t) d. family. city street force. of ten wind their watches OQ going .
I ],11'. and :Mrs. Lewis and Miss Leila Miss Laura Bowman and brother to bed." said the Jeweler, -but If they

I (r.llrawis spent Sunday with Mr. 11. C. were Bowman the guests and of Mr.were and present Mrs. Waiter at- Cures Sciatica would do it when they get up, at some I Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs I 1 1i

I. i Lewis and attended nicht.llies services. both. in meeting and Sabbath school. Rev. W. L. Riley, LL.D., Cuba, regular point in the process of making i
and at
):thp morning : ; Mrs. Belle Evans Is making her sister New York. writes "Aft r fifteen their toilet, they would do it much bet ,
t 4 Rosneanna McNalr, of Pensaco- Miss Da.visan extended visit days of excruciating pain from sciatic Ur." Record.A '
-Philadelphia
Argy
k $-Ja, is spending the week with Miss One of the ministers after morning rheumatism under various treatment i Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. :: ;

S lLIllIe: Miss"'alker.J iFrankie. Walker, of Caswell, services went to the convict camp and I was induced to try Ballard's Stabbor* Opening t Experienced: Grades Prices Right. Grades Perlect.t I
Liniment the first
to the unfortunates there in Snow ; application
."l ... is visiting Miss Wheat this week. the preached afternoon. giving my first relief and the second The head of the household was going for the arrest of this woman Trial-Drder Solicited. Write for Prices.. : .

: i !Mr. C. M.; Wheat who has been very I'. entire relief. I can give it unqualified through her husband pockets the next She is about 26 years of age Telephone 208. P. O. Box 661. ..
111 l for the past week Is improving al-- morning weighs 135 pounds, thick, dark hair, i
: Can't look'well. eat or feel well with recommendation. 25c, SOc, $1.00 Soli:
Ktb<,ugh ho is still confined: to his bed. Impure blood feeding your 'b dr.. Keep by all druggists. "What kept you out so late lastnightr' high forehead. brown ejes. five feet .....................................................1
I Mr. and Miss Kegel spent :yesterday the blooi pure with Burdock. Blood S she suddenly demanded."It high,'wears No 6 shoes: upper teeth .
1 Jfwirh Mrs Robert Walker. Blttcr.s. Eat simply, take exercise vas the opening of the campaigr gold filled and OILs crowned tooth. She ;
7 Mrs. Irene Chestnut of Pensacola.. clean and will have long my dear," the lesser' half replied. has long fingers with rounJ nails.
keep you .
.
Vis visiting her parents this week. life. : LI BONifAY I "Well" it dldn take three corkscrew- Plump of figure- and fairly pretty. Her B. t.. HALL, & CO.
t to open it, did It?" maiden name was 'Thompson, which
I. S '
A WORM KILLER. name the has possibly assumed.. Mt\LL\ SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
And she the articles
drew offending
I J. :A. J. Montgomery, Puiico Wayne Wire sheriff at DeFuniak Springs,
; from his side and waved thembefore FOUR FULL
pocket
Mo., writes: "I have little twin OLIVE : I I Special to The Journal; Florida; $25.00 reward for the child. QUARTS
I[ him. Cleveland Plain Dealer.
jgirls, who have been bothered with II Bonifay, Feb. S. The county com Fisher Monroe Douglas This woman, ...OF...
/worms all their lives. I tried ever>- Florence Wood kidnapped him from
'met '
missioners and
: thing!!. to relieve them which.failed un-I: I< Tuesday., Monday adjourned Freeport. Fla. on the night of Septem. THE CROW", OF OAL TIM RE PURE RYE \WHISKEYS -
S gnu | used wnitB's cream vermifuge; Special to The Journal. : The school board met Monday VINOLS' RELIABILITY I ber 6th. 1905 The child is 6 years old,
county
first two doses brought four1)vQrms fair skin. light hair has upper fore- S -
Jtho Olive Feb. 8.-We are naving very and',issued quite a number of war $3.50.
from one of them the next Disagreeable weather now. rants. S -=--- .teeth rotted'off; very plump. weight

F to doses. twelve\ \ one of them measuring Mr. E. B. Williams arrived home The drummers are plentiful in.town COUNTLESS PHYSICIANS' JOIN about 50 pounds; very bright child. Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your
: ( twelve inches; the other child Saturday last from Flomaton. Expenses paid both ways delivering
,''was only relieved of four worms. It MLases Lizzie Merritt and Harriett ,now.' child to DeFunlak Springs Fla., in addition goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial
Sheriff H D. Hickman was over WITH W. H. WHITE & CO. IN
jis most excellent medicine." White'sCream Deal.spent' .Saturday and Sunday last from Westvillc""Monday and return to the $25 reward. order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.
1
I Vermifuge is good for chjl in 'iPensacola. .They report a very .delightful Tuesdaj : -4'' RECOMMENDING VINOL. H A DOUGLAS,
iren4. It not only destroys worms, it Father of the chili.S .
.They returned homo
trip.
']ielp8 the child to perfect growth. Monday morning.Mr. I I' Mr.- Ed Yates, was in town. yester-. : DeFuniak Springs Fla. .... .+ .. .c..;.............. .........*.+****...***

*ward off sickness. Sold by all drug Ben Brewton. of Atmor 'Js I[day.v.. T. Bludwortlv has an office her&now '' Countless physicIans and druggistsare
.
gists.. _ spending a fe'w'days with :Mr.. D. 31. as the county site was moved to now prescribing and indorsing' i No Trouble to ,Prepare a Hasty fi j jAs
Merritt this week. I this place, and tbis puts him closer Vinol as the most valuable cod liver NOTICEThe
'. rr. James Majors of McDavid.spent [to his Washington county practice. preparation ,known to medicine, andit
J BEULAH II several dan with home folks at i I j Mrs. Martin is having a nice house Is fast superseding all other forms i Well 'As a Pleasing Luncheon : j
L this place the first of the week. :built up on the hill. of cod liver oil. new enterprising firm of Gart
; Miss Maggie Owsley spent Satur-,I The Bank of >Bonifay is now doing A prominent physician writes: *I land and Zelius, corner,Intendencia and .
II day ani Sunday last with Mrs. Alma business. satisfies that Vinol derives Its Baylen carry a select line of meats, : Then: you have such "palate tlckllng"deIiead s as can. alwayS *
Special to The Journal. I Parlzana. at Ferry Pas I Mr. Herdis Whltaker has moved here darn wonderful life-giving and strength- vegetables and poultry. A trial order bo had from the Popular Grocer. There's Chicken Loaf, \ea *
Beulah Feb. 8.-Rainy: and cold: Miss ,Gladi Merritt was the guest from Carj,'illeJ creating power from the medicinal will be appreciated. Quality and price and Ham Loaf. Corned Beef Hash. Chipped Be f Luncbesn
:dlsagreea'ble weather greeted us this of Miss Lslla Bole 'Sunday last. J Lawyer .Hntchmaon from 'Chiplej: curative elements found in tbs'codo guaranteed against all competition i Beef, Sliced Ham and Brakfast Bacon in tins and. glass; aUJ *
morning, 'but 'We are very thankfulfor Misses Maggie Shollot and Illia was in Bonifav Monday. liter.:, It is' the best strength creator Prompt delivery. Phone 113%. S Calves' Brains-prlcs range from 15 to 25 cents Cro:s i. *
S I ,the good weather we' have bad.. Hams were the guests of Miss Lottis I Daniel GiIJ g. of Westvflle. was in I. and vifalizer for old people weak Blackwella. Chow-Chow in- bottles with\ patent etoppers ;5"t. *
j The weather could not have been bet- Rutherford Sunday last Bonifay Monday .- wcmen, children and the convalescent NOTICEWe i Crystal Domino Sugar in ,5-pound sealed packages.. 50 cen;i, *
ter for the out of doors dinner lastSabbath I ,Listen, for the. wedding bells wilt that I ever saw." Phonauaone order: it will be given prompt, attention..MrLAZJACOBY .
S given by fhe ladies of Beulah soon be ready to ring near here. Another .physician 'writes: "I could .

.and surrounding country, on the occasion -I cite many cases where health has have secured the services of 11M. i 14WCa" : ,The popular :
------- --
5 of the quarterly meeting held I -- --0 9 CHUMUCKLA j boen restored' in a :surprisingly short Williams of, Atlanta, who Is an'expert Phone Grocer. .
at the. :3J- E- church. There was a time by Vinol. I should be very- sorry electrician and we are "now better I: .
S large congregation in fact about a11! Jo have to do without Vino in my prepared than ever to do all kindsof .................i........................ .............
the church would hold at the mornlrFerviees /; EruptionsThe practice. It has no equal for hard .orks.s.t moderate -
electrical prices.
S ,. conducted by Presiding E};. Special to The Journal. colds throat and bronchial troubles." phone 570 and our representative .''I = _ ___. ---.u--_ -
S er Hammett who preached an able I I Chumuckla, Feb. S.-Miss,. Daisy, t ;Nov, when we tell you that we have Ring will call on you. Estimates furnished .
whtcn )McDavid of this place is '! store a remedy of .. ,
tnt! Interesting sermon after to rid vls'tlnglelativej never sola; in our all kinds' of work. -
only get. on
t .the sacrament of the Lord's supper way in Milton.Suprrlptendent ". Such remarkable curative and strength
,( !Was 'partaken of by those entitled to I of pimples and other eruptions | !B. U.McDaaiel was creating power as Vinol for the neak PEXSACOlLELECTRIC S. Baylen St. Pensacola COMPANY, Fla SHINGLES, _SASH, DOORS, WINDOW\ CLASSNUILDING' ,
205
,
.. f sit; 't't the Lords table. This meeting is to cleanse the blood : in Chumuckla Friday- on his way- :She sick and the aged and that If it
has been productive of a great deal 'home-, after ,visiting the schools of fails to accomplish what we say It will' I NOTICE MATERIAL.
,
of good one member being taken on: improve the digestion stim- I this county. we will refund your money without
;
probation.' ". The dinner was all I that I tilate the kidneys, liver and I Misses Ada Davis ,and Ola Savellei question( no ailing person should hesl There meeting will of be Alt a regular Horeo I Phone .1 11., H. G. D SllVI\ &. CO._
of qantltj were the visitors here last with such an understanding .
rould- be desired In point among tate to try Vinol
.
,. and quality of good healthy food and skin. The medicine to take is '.eek. R. A, Chapter, No. 6. on --:

':' there was plenty for:all and io spare, |EL .D.. McCaskill of Nora made a. In cases where cod liver oil, emul-, Monday evening at 7:30p.m. .
.
4 The elder complimented our 'Sabbath Hood'sSarsaparillaWhich I'flying trfa'hO-Clasl':w T C'"" :'r .' sions and other tonics fail Vinol will btEJOURNAL
tchool in a short talk at the close of L., A. McDavid made a flying trip heal. strengthen and cure. W. 'H/-4 I W. E. ANDERSON,
.5 the session otr the prdgrefs as a cured thousands. to Chumuckla Monday &; Xo, druggists. Secretary.
.


.'-
": "J 4'e: '..
;"" -'."' : t i"i.;: :r :."'': : :: .. ; :-".' "':tl'l>. <", ; 'S" "
5 SS ; _.:, :;" : ii./. .' ,, _,:J :'"_:i J ri __ ..- _"..O' :' "., '
> Sc- -



L
r




r 1

______ _____i___ y--'_. THE 'PE'NSA"COLA" .JOURi'VAL' FRIDAY MORNING_ FEBRUARY '1gO.S y-_ PACEt',: )IREEr$9 : y

t -- /

.!':t I.t-i{ !I Ii<.;: :t t W t .t :f --' ,:1I

1 1will SCHOOlOOARD L B PILES 09SacrlflceSaleofBlallketsalldCoffltorts Y




HAD "I )> J. coffered with Tito*,for ttirtj'ali rear.. I
M.ONTHLY'MEETING O..tsar ago last April 1 began taken Cueireu :
for eonittpklion lu the coerce of a week noticed
tire' lea began to dtual+pear and at the end of ali
week they did not Uoable ma at all Caicirettn

buy you a' good suit r eel i like dose new wonder ID...for The"Best George me Bowels. 1 For'am Krjder etirrlcur,bapoleoa and,O Regardless of Cost for a Few Days t ?F




of clothes. Comesee. .... New Goods in train and much
are coming by every we.are very I


Decided to Give School Children uu+frrc.Tttafmc I crowded already. Now is your time to select what;you. :; ;



Holiday Gras.,on Mardi PlMiant Talatabtw Pole*.Ta.t Good:Do flood I i ;peed in Blankets and Comforts at a great 'sacrifice ;- ;.

Never 8i k...weaker or GriP.. tae.*e.Ste NIlY4f .
old ia MilL. Th c.naine tablet lumped C C Co .
&carantad to ear or your_memy back. must have the :
Sterling Rrmtdy Co.,Chicago.r N.T." SI)3AMNUA as we ;room ::: :

The regular monthly meeting of !.Sl I.F. TFH MILLION BOXES ; !

i the Board of Public Instruction was i $10 All-Wool CaliforniaBlanke s for .-;:TI.$495: :
held ---------------------------- -- -
yesterday afternoon the officeof :.
_
Supt N. B. Cook, with Chairman I$5 All-Wool Blankets for = = = : = 2.85' 'm'
----- ----- --- -------------- ----- -- ----------=
Clubbs presiding and a full board. WEEKLY REYIEOF. : -TC7 ; .

present $19 White or Gray: Blankets -" : = = ---J.L..J.- 69c
-------- ------ --- -- -----------
After of the Ii : : :: :
the minutes Iti
A good, warm suit of approving : : :
previous meeting and transactingsome $1.39 Comforts large and extra good for "___ 95c
Underwear may' save you routine: business the pay roll of SOUTHERN h i ------------ ;-"" :--- ; :----------- II

a doctor's bill. and we the teachers was taken up and ap- $2.00 Comforts large and extra goodfor __ _; _.. -.i-J;: __ 1.19
------ ---- -- ---- -----
have reduced the price on proreu' This amounted to the -sum of :: ; 1; .

Sweaters and Underwear. $C::n73 for the month of January. 0 $1.00 Comforts extra heavy special L' __lL_-___-_____ 55c I'
INDUSTRIES.New ----------------------- --- .
Miss Pearl Crabtree elected "
-was .
teacher of school No 7, which Is to iii $3.50 Extra Fine Comforts beautiful styles special __ J.98
emsrTAllDARDtonflI ,, -----------. -------------- --
start at Molmo on March 1. -.".. t

The action of the superintendent in s DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE .- :":
assigning Miss Lula E. Fairchild to Corporations Formed in Dixie .

S ( I school No. 64 was approv d.Wanted IT :H.: HiAJXnNTOIIXr" dfc OO e

THIESEllSBUILD r number of petitions More Pay.A from. teach- Land During the Week- ,

era of country schools, all asking for Just Passed. .. __ ___ .. _:
longer terms for their schools and for i 1\II'1 i' ... ...NJi..... ;r..H-n.nt1Lh'-nnHH'nt'mI' .__. auulf\U.tl! : : ( _._: _u.. .'9Hf: iji.i ... ,H.:. .!.... .tAr-' J

increase in salaries, were received .
-- --- ---- :
-- The board however declined to 'grant .
R. K. WHITE. -, the requests for the reason.that at the Chattanooga, Tenn Pb. S.-For plant. Wary: Hair. Still Carvflrd.
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand beginning'-of the.Jij>t'ali'ea.r1 estimate the- weep ending :to-day 'reports to Kenly:-''Saw mill. A girl whose .hair is only slightly Uncle Rufus was one of the calmest
Graduate Optician. were made for conducting the various -Tradesnlanshow 133 new Indus- "Oklahoma.AI"a200ton wavy naturally is increasing the effect and most equable of mortals., Nobody Old newspapers for
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla.TRSLY schools according the estimated tries established In th'60uthern gypsum 'mill; Ice factory by her arrangement of it :at eight had ever seen him excited<< impatient

0----- -- --- amount of money that would be re states. Th3 capitalization is stated for and laundry.Coldwater$10,000: Dampness makes the wave. Before But there came a time that tried him. sale at this office.
('ein\l. and as a, consequence thereis 97 of these, which aggregate $9,571- grain elevator.El going to bed she brushes her hair The furnace in the basement' of his
TOLDIt no available funds to grant these SCO. At the same average: for all,,the Reno-$2,000,000 electrical com thoroughly and then ,braids it loosely. I house was working badly He had been
increases capitalization of the 133 new industries
pany. With a damp soft, wide nailbrushreserved experimenting with, a new variety: of:
would amount to $13,123,715:: ,
Holiday for Mardi Gras. Law ton-$100,000 gas company.
coal, in which there was' a considerable
ont' be ,so hard to pay your advertising The board; decided< to grant a holi- which'Is a great record for only:one Prague-$10,000 gas company. for the purpose she lightly "
bills if you make them larger I day for two dajs: February 26 and 27 week. In the (Diversity of new Indus Drummond-$10,000 mineral oil and brushes over the whole head and then proportion of "slack, and ,it did not Carnival Costumes
this being -Mardi Gras. This however tries coming to this section there is : raises the braid from 'her neck to re- seem to be burnIng., He); threw open
only applies to the,.schools in Pensa- much cause for congratulation; and" a gas company.South Carolina. move the"weight of it from the roots. the door of the furnace, thrust the end
W. w. Robinson, of Atlanta, presi- cola and in the territory where the study of the accompanying list will Newberry-Ice'factory. With her fingers she then pats the of a long poker deep into the smolder- WILt BE'FOR RENTIn
'
Comp
dent of the in the Atlantic city on Compress a short business -- pupils and teachers can reach the reveal many facts of interest to the Greenville$!:>.OOO land company.St. waves into place and with three pins Ing mast and stirred it up vigorously.- Fancy 'Dress for Ladies and Gents,
tny. is. I city for, the'celebration, and not to student of southern progress. The George's-Oil Mill.Spartanburg$50,000 holds the braid at the back of the head. The result was startling. A fierce In Velvet, Cambric, etc
isrt.Thttre<
\ \ 'those so far in the Interior as to list of new Industries for the ,week, hosiery mill. The braid itself is still down, but Instead burst of flame and smoke came forth t:

Will be a late dummy tonightfor make it impossible for' them to come as authorized by The Tradesman is Columbia: -Cotton m:1L of hanging from her neck it Is at not only enveloping Uncle Rufus, but also e ;

tha convenience of those who desire to the city. The board also decided as follows: Tennessee.Clarksville$15,000 the back of her head. In the morning blowing out the flue caps'in the rooms Comical Masks, Stockings Gloves

to attend the '-Little. Duchess'performance. to give no holiday on Washington'sbirthday Alabama. lumber conk her hair is in deep waves that brush above and filling the house with soot : False Moustaches and ,Hair Goods'
this is not considered a '
as
legal school holiday. Calera-$50,000 land company. pany. out as she is doing It up; but reappear and ashes I AT
Evangelist Speigel's subject for a Leeds-$1,500000 cement works- Halls-$7,000 saw and planing mill. when dampened.. After her hair is en- In the midst of the excitement Uncle I .
------
meeting at the Christian Andalusia-$20,000 ice ,and cold Le"1i..s.burg-$15.000 lumber corn- Rufus from the basemenfwith
this evening's came up
dressed she ties over it a thin '
I A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES tirely i Mrs. Nordsfrom's Millinery
tabernacle is an 'aadre: : to storage plant.Demopolis$20,000. pan j. I veil for fifteen minutes, and when thatIs his' usual slow and regular step. Ilia ,
,
Itching Bleeding Protruding .
Blind
young people and a special invitation lumber mill.: Memphis$ OOOO lumber company. her head looks though face was black with grime, his eye- No. 11 Intendencia St
removed as
I Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund
is: extended to all the young px>pli Arkansas. $300,000 cold storage. warehouse corn- and to
brows eyelashes were singed a
money if PAZO OINTMENT fails Pine Bluff-Car Tvorks.Mena :. it were just.from the hands of a hairdresser I
in the city to be present. pan} and
what left of his hair
crisp! was
to in 6 to 14 50c. .
cure days. -$25,000 construction, com Chattanooga-Building and savings only far prettier. '
General Manager Starks of the I and beard was a sight to behold.
pany. investment company.
company;
Louis\ille and Nashville Railroad Pri eii For Hotter flies. Forrest City-$100,000 land 'com Bristol-$50,000 coal and coke com- Small Repair. He went to a mirror and took a good
spent. a.portion of yesterday: in'the Butterfly collectors are seldom able Y'Z'l1vIlle-'Electric' light plant; pany; stove foundry and woodworkingplant. Never neglect small repairs. The look at himself. I
cry inspecting the terminal facilities to estimate ,with any confidence the water works.IPncahontas. stitch in time saves not only nine, but "Waal." he said slowly,and deliberately
?;;nd buildings here of that company I value of their collections, since the -, $10,000. Investment. Nashville $100.000..development ninety.' Don't let buttons bang by "I was needing 'a 'shave an" a''I
He arrived In his special car WednIH'sday ofrionU prices' for specimens RO.constantly ra- company. -- '. company ; $10,000-hardware: company; I their last thread. Dam small: holes. hair cut! any way."
night coming bj way
ry. A case in,point la that of,the! blubntfcrfly"o Florida. .air $300,000 grain .elevator.,..... j Never wear ,dirty or tumbled lace.
noon for, and Louisville"deparjed! t .J'-jesterdaj, at Bratil.; specimens of whiCh, :Pensacola-$10OOO7!cment stone; ''Dixon-$10,000 spoke and handle I Brush off mud and bind frayed skirts. Stave P.r at.. .
company;: $500,000 naval,stores com factory. StORe forests are found In various'
were originally sold for from $50 to Fine feathers make fine birds, but nevvr
Circulation Manager Fr $75. Afterward ROme collectors who in for only outside show. Your parts many cases
go
Sweet and City Canvasser W. Fenn Key West-Bottling works.
Lenoir City-Woodworking plant. hardened
they are by some peculiarity
supplied tb London market ran Into a lingerie, corsets and stockings shouldbe
will leave this morning for DeFunlakand Georgia. Texas.
other points along the line of the perfect swarm of these butterflies and Adel-Electric light plant Flatonia--Brick'works good. If plain, and always carefully of the atmosphere and are,: found stand-

P. &:. A road in the Interest of The hipped to England such quantitiesthat Cartersville-. -Overall and bag fac- Port Arthur$5000 woodworking} kept in order. A;clean cotton petticoatIs Ing Just as they were when clothed ,
with thousands of yean )
better than the original and green fohage DR.J.H.MOCKDENTAL
Journal They will carry with them specimens tory. : plant. better than a shabby silk one,
a large quantity of the new Panama Insects sold for $1' each It not infrequently Newman--$200,000-'cotton., mill AustIn-Machine shops;;' $100,000 oil the smartest boots look bad if they are ago. The Little Colorado river. In
Canal editions which have just been happens that two or three Atlanta- -$50,000 ,brick: works. ; ,. 5. company. *-" worn down at heel! or minus buttons or Arizona, has long been famous as a
1"sued: by The Journal and which specimens of a certain family are <3I* 000 :overall factory. 5 Houston-$25.000 lumber company; I tidy laces. Remember the outward appearance locality for such finds. At one place', SURGEON.Crown I

nay be secured by those who may deI.re covered by collectors, who, ancouraged Rome-Cotton :'g'I m.- ._ .' .) umbrella factory. Is often an index of a per. more than 1,500 cords oC'solid stone
them Savannah-$10.000 stone and plas- tree trunks, sections limbs and logs and Bridge Work' a Specialty +
by the high prices received for their Killeen-Ice factory. son's character and that one Is apt to s
J. B Samuel and famIly left Pensa finds are tempted to prosecute their ter company., Palestine-$5,000 oil ,and mineral get' "untidy" In one's character who were found by the government sur Painless Extracting of Teeth.
Columbus Furniture company
.
cola est:>rdaj for their home in 'Cartmille search for this particular: variety without Kentucky; \ company. fatbits of untidiness are'Indulged In. veyors. Most of them were sUIcl, ed. 28< S. Palafox St.
Ill. after a few weeks visit result for several years. Suddenly .Beaumont-Cold Storage company. many seven to ten feet In' diameter
hwUJe-$25OOO construction and 9 Old Building. ,
in Penoacola :Mr Samuel spent last they or. some other collector finds the $100000; pottery. Muldoon-Kaolin mines. To Die la the Laat Ditch. and from twenty to eighty feet 7 Armory *, '
"winter in Pensacola and was so well Insects grown plentiful, and the che- company Elizabethtown-$20,000; ,cold storage Fort Worth-$20,000 tank and culvert I. The phrase "te die In the last ditch"Is in height. Geologists say that the Phone 1077.

pleased' with: it that he came hers hauled varieties of ,the cabinet become plant. company. stated by an English authority in petrified trees of the Little, Colorado --.. -

again!; this winter, bringing' with him a I among the commonest specimensCb! Barboursville-Coal amines (near), i Wichita Falls. -$3,000 .broom factory! such matters to be an Americanism, were once covered with marl over -r;
pam of about fifteen. That he will I .*ro Post. Paducah-100-ton ice ,and cold storage -I :McKlnnej-Railroad shops. originating during the civil war.In 1,000 feet la depth. Some of the trees
letnrn next winter, he says goes without -, plant. I iDeni!!on- -$10,000 building company.. fact It was first used by William, have been changed to jasper and have
taxing as he has made a larga' Owen&boroDistillery,- I Italy-$10.000 implement company. prince Orange, who during the war assumed various hues; others resemble This -isThe
number of fremds here who are urgIng ;-: Louisiana.. Dallas-, $20,000 milling company. with France was asked what he woulddo opal and when broken open the core

him to do so. He :Is so well pleastd ;- New Orleans-$250,000 brewery; Virginia. in case the troops of Holland were Is often found lined with crystals of
with the city and its advantages ORGANIZED $75,000 development company; $5,- Leesiburg$100,000 lumber com defeated In the field and who replied the most beautiful tints. Season
that he is now thinking of investing $100.000 manufacturing pany. a
000 trunk factory: "I will die I In the last ditch. t
several thousand dollars In real es- and stamping company 'Richmond: -$100,000 stove works; the Healhea.
Amomg
tat- here Mr. Samuel l and every Singer-Saw mill., $50,000 laundry. For a Kodak.Let
Decidedly: Friendly.: Helen, aged four, was spending a .
member of his family made< many Alexandria-$50,000 lumber company Glasgowi.OOO: lime company. Ranter I thought this paper was home. 'At bedtime she-
LABOR 1. night away rom ,
mill.
friend Woodstock-$25,000 knitting
here, who will be delighted. to .
friendly to me. knelt at her hostess''knees to say her
woodenware com-
ee' them return next year. Sville-$100OOO land and lumber rfolk-$60.000 It be jour boon companion ,
company. pany. Editor-So it Is.. What's the matter prayers, expecting the usual prompting on all trips. We ,

The makers guarantee. '"Money Mississippi.Sumarall$25.000 Purcellville-Canning factory lOw? Finding Mrs I. unable to help her out have Eastman, Kodaks $1 rr
>ba'k'If> < Blue Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla : bottling 'works Covmgton-$23,000: trunk, and bag Ranter-I made a speech,nt,the banquet she concluded' thus: "Please,- God. up, and all Kodak sup r

is'i''! to please. Absolutely pure Jackson-$10,000 roofing and cornice factory last night: and you didn't ,printa i sense me. I can't 'member my prayers, plIesCoe'sBookstore.
frwice. as far and gives desserts The attention or'organize"d labor and company; $30,000 seating com Ben wood-$20000 brewery line of it. and I'm staying with a lady that don't
the!> Bla-; Ribbon Flavor." sympathizers thereof tills well as the pan}. ,Charleston-$50,000 coal mining Editor Well? What further proof i know any.'. f t
public in general, is called to the fact Columbia-$40,000 oil mill company: did yon want of our friendship? ,
RECITAL. that the following nairel 1 job ,printing Silver Creek-$20000: ice factorjLumberton Morgantown-425,000 mantel fac- ---

Mrs.! Barnett, of Alabama, one of offices and newspaper la the city of! -$100,000" land and him. torY' the Full .NtlDe' ,
tne fast Pensacola have signed an agreement her companj.Gulfport '. New Cumberland-Oil. and gas ays.Remember *
elocutionists of the south. Oa UIDIR8 cmeveI'YI Phone 235. 213 S. Palafox St.
will give a recital at the Library! Hall with Pensacola Typographical Union' -$50,000; grain and elevator ccmpanj.KejST". 2 AVMMH Rromo : 'Jli: b... 250 rN
Monday nijht, February 12. at 8 p. m No 293, to employ none other than companj. -$50000 cold storage plant tares a Cold 1nOae Day.< 2 Days 9DV' i

und.-r the auspices of Gadsden Street union workmen in the mechanical derailments Missouri. 1Iorgantown5OOO lumber com I ___. __ ,
--- -- --'
-
(pnorth League. Admission 25 and of their respective plants, Kansas Cit>--$75,000 land company; pany.: ,- ----------- -

5,> cents. 2t and no newspaper or job printing establishment $15.COO cigar factory... ----i 1ISN'TITINTERESTINGand .
in the city, any claim to Hannibal-$100,000 gas company. Hives, (eczema itch or salt rheum II : 4
the contrary notwithstanding, except St Louis-$100.000 mining torn sets, you crazy. Can't bear the touch

Grpilri and Tartars. those named below. employ union $J50,000plow factory; $10,000 extract of your clothing. Dean's Ointment' '
time f: ethnologists: claim that the gray labor. factory investment company; $125000; cures the most obstinate cases. Why SATISFACTORY
'e5 are of the same family as the Tartar electric construction company; $it 0, suffer. All druggists fell it.

They are said to have appeared ,00 oil company; $100,000 investment .. -
$10000 metal Jlaatu Rl rrfnc. t
trt company; concrete air
in Germany in 1417 under the I"t' i
(Iii tv three masts of nil but -
Bacie> chimney company; $10,000 implement Each of 'the
of Tartars and by a
statute of or Zegins expelledfrom romp ny; $150,000 mining company. very small: vesnels.consists of a number to know that you have one of the .1
Henry MIL .
were iTUcam-and-$15,000 coal mining of sticks one above another.. The stocks of
England !In 1530 This not prov3t This label should be on your newspaper company. "heel" of the topmast comes a little largest and most complete _
%>S efficient to exterminate the race should demand it on Boonville-$25,000 chemical js
and you com below the "head" of the lower mast .
Stronger measures were taken describ- ;jour job work, to be sure that you are pan)'. and is secured by a "('ap." a, sort of RIFLES PISTOLS
*"i i hy Thomas Cromwell 'in a quaint patronizing those who employ union Bloomficld-$10,000 hardware com iron band and a bar, called a "fid," HARDWARE PAINTS CUTLERY., GUNS ,

letter still extant. "And in case ye labor strictly. pany. Above the topmast comes the t 'pgal.
'laa!| here or knowe of any such Gip- Demand the label on, jour newspaper Galena-$16,000 sludge null lant mast: and above that the royal t.a
fans," he writes to "My Lorde of Joplm-$100000 mining com pan)". AMMUNITION. ETC.
Ulsterthat yeebal compell themto Demand the label op your job work! North Carolina. mast. METALLIC .
'The running rigging consists of ropes
newspaper or job printer Ramseur$23,000 novelty wood
depart to the of the see" If ;jour
next porte with this ,demand he works. used in handling the yards and sails, '

first and: winds eyther that without shall delaye'Om'eye uppon them,the Bryson Cit-U.OOO
telephone cornpany.
they steal in any wise breke that '- hoist yards and sails. Braces are ropes because we can save you money., ,Satisfactory because

fammaundment.: to see them-executed. UNION OFFICES. Tarboro$ OOOO Implement com ,used to swing the yards around by. ; it is convenient for you. I.

without\ sparing uppon any commyslon, The following are those who en- pany. To the beginner the names of ropes '

n'use or placards that they mayor ploy 'union labor Trenton-$100.000 land and lumber are apt to be very confusing. Old salts I .. '
we or sledge for themselfes to theeoutrary" ThsBurrow, Prints[y job printing.: company. are fond of spinning a yarn about a : Wrought Inn Pipe and -Fittings. Rubber Belting/ Hose and Packings. .

East Government, I. 'Durham-Saw mill and: planing) nell!.. lad who wanted to go to sea until he ..
I H S. White, job printing SouthMajes Graham-$25,000: building' block factory -.I! heard that the fore topgallant studding 1.I LARGE STOCK OF MILL SUPPLIES. y

"'a It Mas In the nrg-innlnB. i Palafox, i I! sail boom tricing lining thimble block .
"i Mon.ler how graft or.siaated; ?" : :: Printing Co., job printing. Uncolnton-$80,000 cotton mill. : mousing was' the name of about the

'Sid the stu.limis wan."ny I West Government I'e\\'ton-GraphIt mines.CharlotteHarness smallest bit of rope on board ship I Out' of-Yowl r Orders GORDON BROWN HOW CO j jI
". Pensacola Journal; newspaper : and leather.
The when concluded that such
)\\ back in the garden of Eden he at once : : 6nea Spechl Attee6oa.
cswered Senator Sorghum, "mail was East Government OO factory. being the' case be could never expect .
list
named In this Gold>boro-$25,000 investment cam "a -
a CTJfteraijhe outset Adam couldn't Alloth not labor I I, ,to master the name of tly largest ropey I I l
union pany.
f1cn without NOT emploj 1" and consequently'decided to become arprrrr ..
let
Eve enjoy an apple 1 Union. Albermarle-$50,000 woodworkm ._ _
Typographical '
reeling! a Mkeaff.: "Washington Star. Pensacola i "
.

,
: '. .r .

', ;,- ': .:I.,1" ;: :: '. ,'r'. t>.,;"?,:.,.},.5,<. ,-. -.-lf1< ") ; ;. : ,".
-
t ,- .. .or' ._'' ,'- "", : ,'_,,;>. .".F:3 ,Y'.-x, ?, *"l.r, -.o.. .4.f--? : ; __ ,_ ::!-, .. ; ';<"

-" -., '.



.
.. -.... -' ...-.' ... -

=: PAGE'FOU "'f"TJiE PENSACOLA JOURNAL FRIDAV MORNING t ,! ,PEftRUARY. 9; gOl s

., ._, ) .
... : -
,: :: I I1ibe tZosa?, It, would develop .Jl1is >ib > leave'; "- lo"go to-Nashn8t9a: .. .1\ -' .. -
r.Grth-ewstern' part of the county by It seems be 'had- 'been! informed that -
: 'bringing good substantial farmers In- Mr Cromwn was acting in an adttsory "
: 1 1 nj oIaJt11t i 1 to the,county &nd4it nou& benefit, our capacity ;to the president and ';i ,
county seat, :Milton, by 'bringing Iu he"concluded ,that sooner or: later,:
more people) :and settling: up the coup there would be' friction between hIm, .THE JOURNAL'SPANAMA '
I II tj. TIt would .bd i good fot Escambia ;and-Mr.; iCronrwell.+ One thing he I Ii -t (: ,
I Daily Weekly. Sunday. county as it would build up a,trade i didn't like) Jwas!that although he was{!
between the to counties. l supposed to have a general supervision ;"-i,
I PUBLISHED EVERY, MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY/ Now can't the county commissioners of the Panama Railroad :\lr.1]
I ,of the two counties get togetherand Cromwell seemed to be handling,, that
-n- .. .. .._ make some Km: of a startto property .without:;consulting him The))
.
I THE wards bridging the river and open thing that struck; his as Queer wail!
JOURNAL COMPANY. !lns up the best farming country 01 that Just before the Panama Railroad: CANAL EDITION

-, the"-sfate? We 1 hare splendid lands wasnsold! to'tbe government dividends j

J'RABX L. :HATES, >Putu>xn ,.ua> GXXIRAL lLu.GUo' ;. and they are cheap but \\e need good to :t the 'amount-oL4100; ; .000 more than| .. .. '
.. .
farmers to work the lands. the;road had;earned had ben:declared -; "
..
Our tarm are getting to work the" .
rp ,' and tha( 'Immediately after \ /
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.L and a great many have tarted their road passed I Into the hands of the

p I plows and will. coon, begin preparin governm nUJ adsvhad: 'be, .'n Jssuei to :
I toe ground to plant. We have a fine cover the cost of improvements. It I ISNOW ON SALE AT ALL NEWS STANDS.

s SUBSCRIPTION RATES. farming country here; It produces seemed to him that a proceeding of >_
h J will with very little fertilizer. We that kind was taking money out of I .
# ?
One-Year.............,S 00 | One Month.......... 45 have good schools and churches ana' 'the pocket of Uncle Sam In a way j
; (. Six Months......... 2 50 I: I One Week ............ 10 we welcome all good honest' peopleto that was not altogether risnt ',: /I4 PRICE ,15 CENTS.. BY MAIL 20 CENTS.
aue. XeaUu........ 1 25 Weekly Edition jeor.ll 00, : i i our section.. Yours truly And it is probable that the American 1 ,

Papers OB Sale at all News stanag.f SANTA ROSA FARMER, people will .hardly think jt was I

I : right Mr. Wallace admitted Senatorl ..
.
; I THE 1 __ _________________________ swer to a direct: question by .i
: ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED ;? I rr tt'i\-i1'f\ it
1' CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. : i iI came north to see Secretary Taft was I I
I THE RESIGNATION OFt X to "shake Cromwell off his ORDER BLANK: .
.. ; ENGINEER WALLACE. If this turns out to, be shoulders'1 A suberbly illustrated -I
t (DQcM 103 and 110 East Government Street. i real reason ,for?1Ir; Wallace's, resignation -
TELEPHONE No. 33.PENSACOLA fSavannah News # was not given to the Pb1at I work showing Pensacola The Journal's Panama Canal Edition.

# the time, Ire severed his connection ...' .
*#jMh*K#*HBM C b':4;h f t fM.-l -M wi.th'the canal. And it become neciessary "The Pensacola Journal. \
The most
she is
to Florida.
day
as Pensacola.
FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING' FEBRUARY 9. 1906 for Secretary Taft to mak an ', .
l The Senate Comm ttee on. Inter- explanation to"'the Investigating- 1 ... Gentlemen: Find enclosed herewith cents in silver for
.!.oceanic Canals Is bnngm's out some !Illf ee. Of course the public: will. l i( complete and expensive, one copy of The. Panama Canal Edition.. which: please send to
Perdido Bridge Contract on trial increase unnecessarily the expense : new facts In connection with the hardly draw any conclusion until after -| the following address. '
I of conducting elections and impose -resignation: of Mr. Wallace as chief this matter respecting' Mr' t special edition ever issued I
to Be Considered To-morrow. much extra labor on the electionofficers. : engineer of the Panama canal, and well's connection with the crom.1 I : '

.After several months' consideration they promise.to lead to tnteresting developments explained. It it proves to be truethv -) in the Deep Water ,City. ,, .. :;!:. .. I
The commissioners urge a more sys r
It will be recalled that Mr. Cromwell Is acting in anadvisory :
of the project to erect a steel brifi'qeat. tematic method of educating voters in
Engineer Wallace was very generally capacity; to the president: of its _
over the Perdido river be- the of the machines for the Following are some .
Muscogee rea-
use criticised and condemned for giving and that ho"b u1\'idends' declared'' '4-----. 'f i '. j
tween Escambia county Florida, and con; that whatever dissatisfaction ex- up'' his position on such short notice, by the p Panama :Hallway Cornpanyj .0' : .1

Baldwin county Ala. the county com ists is due entirely to,the voters' lack I thus leaving the government without that hadn;fb'-en earned and,that the(, special, featured" .
-
of familiarity :with,them, but the com- preparation, for ; '
filling so responsiblea that in dividends
mlasioners will meet in special session I money was paid out t .
missionors are convinced that every place. It was given out at the time i
really 'needed'ip making Improves "
wag J
tomorrow night to either award. person learning how to use them will that: Mr Wallace had received an ,'offer ments on iheproprty, the public will1 l .t '... ., v .' ,, ,: : ..*' .
the contract or to throw out the two: strengthen the public opinion in favor I I of a much larger salary and that want to kno'whriir'Cromwell' wasp"I \: .' .1t't "" \ -''''''; :",. ; ,; '
bide they now have under consideration -] of the state installing them in all the he had .;yielded to the entreaties of acting in au advisory capacity (- then Over.IOa half tone views of Pensacola, Pensacola Bay, and scenes In surrounding

and call for i election districts No mention is: his family. The situation ,Is new one: ones.in Which the I made In the report of the commissioners &.great deal of talking about the mat with so'muctrjQwer( without holdingany ,countr-. ... .J.' 0:2,...:.,zs:.,:' ',ti'L, :--3*.;':" .:." ;.,.:*.'. ,,''Ij'-":: ..'...;'".;...'\., "1' ,'
howeveyr regarding the cost of I ter and It was supposed that the true any office had created. Mr
I Congress
taxpayers' of DscamMa county and conducting an election with the machines i reason for his resignation bad been Cromwell if '."e. are not mistaken. is I Page map of Pensacola Bay, showing depth..of 'water and points of interest

of Baldwin county are deeply .i interested as compares with the old method given to the public. the lawyer who induced the late st> about the place. -
,. as the cost of the bridge will of voting but It Is quito well known I The statement he mask: to the investigating aior Hanna to abancton the '

be jointly borne by the two counties. that the installation of the machinesIs committee Monday conveyedthe route and throw his influence in n-j A special article on Pensacola and'the Panama' Canal by W A. Blount, Jr.
bidders expensive and that only the richer Impression that he resigned for a oj the Panama ,route It was
There were originally four '
states can afford to adopt them ss reason altogether different. It seems that he made $2,000,000 by selling the "
i for, the'contract, but the board reject the machines cost |500 ,apiece.. i iI there was much red tape that hindered Panama canal property to this government A Review of "Historic Pensacola, by J. Ef D. Yonge. '
ed two ot; the bids a undesirable;and I the work' and he was uncertain of he being the agent of the
tho two j jemsunlng bids which they ;A Maryland physician says that: tils position Things were being done French Company. It looks as if Mr Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal on ,Pensacola, by

now have under consideration are I I cigarettes are not Injurious., It is and that he didn't wanted seem to to have him a to talk be right withSecretary Wallace investigation.had opened There a are wide senators field .for Governor N. B. Broward, United States Senator S. R. Mallory, United States Senator
on
from the Gulf Machine' Works, of hardly necessary to state that he is,
Taft about them.
It was tb senate committee who are eagerto P. Taliaferro and W. B. Lamar.
.: Pensacola, and the Southern Bridge the successor to Dr. Kill-*em-at sixty for that reason, that he asked for a investigate. .Jas.. Congressman
Company of Birmingham the bid of Osier erstwhile of the Johns Hopkins "
v A "Romance of the Fleet, by Nellie Cravey Gilmore. .
the latter concern being about $1,800 University, but now of nowhere in partlcnlar. -. tAn

lower than that of the former. The Sunny Side article on "Sugar Cane in West Florida" by Judge Jno. Thomas Porter.
i of Life
t' In view of this difference: in the

bldg of the two concerns. It Is highly Want "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago," by Senator Stephen R. Mallory.
probable that both will be.rejected -
p
it and that new bids will be called for. Advertisement.Probably A n article from the National Sportsman, entitled "Pensacola, the Fisherman's

i In fact, If the commissioners, should not more than a hundred Paradise," 'by Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.' .

tot be satisfied with the lower bid, readers of this paper will read your "

that would seem to be the only practical -' Furnished Rooms To Let ad.. but of ? I'e Pensacola trade statistics, from his report to the Chamber of Commerce, by

way out of the olfficulty. this number about ninety.nine will be t Secretary W. C. Jones. ,-
Escambia county's experience in folks who are looking for furnish
'
bride building in the, past should be rooms And 'that's the real secret of tut. .. .

V a sufficient guide for caution and business "results" from want advertising. .. .. '-1'.f'<" '. ..
judgment in the present case,

:?. end inasmuch another 'county.. in You live lIt house
may a big more
'The work is attractively printed on heavy enameled and the half tone
paper,
; J Gin adjoining state is equally: interested cheaply than in a small one if you

with" Escambia, the awarding of :a take a few lodgers. :And ,in renting i views which embellish it are not only representative of the city's widespread pointsof

f contract should be particularly well furnished rooms the "want" ads. are
ra + tt attractiveness, but they are superb samples of the engraver's and the printer's art'
e
\ guarded. practically infallible. a
____ : r
& : t The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at the news stands and throughout
Nicholas Longworth will probably
j
Make of the things
inventory
i t i 'be glad when it is all over. It must own ,which an you :would: like to 'turn you the city, andout, -of.town readers invited to send in their orders on the coupon

J.-, i be somewhat embarrassing. to: beF" into money;" and then start a little contained in this announcement. Address all orders to
,watched so closely
J; private advertising campaign of your
own In the "For Sale" columns.


s' The Method Machine af Voting.The i i One of your -intimate friends may mad The- Frlead-TVhoM_ : a th ojit.she,'-'"A'" get J 6l1 dj.A..el.tM. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL,

I 'to something which
want buy: you .
: The Artist-No: you never cut tell. I '
use of automatic Toting machines I want to sell; and, yet it may requirea find a great many people. naUUe.to cari Soakeiaup Sam-cranks friend 'far 4111' : *
to prevent fraud at elections is I want ad. to bring the transaction cature. leviS valentine. ,

being agitated In many sections of the about. : t Pensacola, Florida. I

t country and such machines have already .

been used Massachusetts:: Things are sure to "go wrong" unless I ,- < -

J New York New Jersey and tried In they are well managed-and there

1' other states with marked success. :As are a' lot -()f things In business and

T their advantage over the present home life wh'ch can only be managed .. .

I method of voting by ballot is unques- well by the aid of want advertising. i

I tlojred their general adoption can: only ', '. 8. i _,. f 'n t f ;*:; r..fI .
be a matter of t me. Relative to the You can not lay your hand on a ;" -
4 recent experience of' the New Jersey page of the :city directory' without 00 fiiiedWithJlI

1 Voting Commissioners with the machines covering the name of some one who I Your Home is Sunshineif I

: the New Orleans States hasf will read: the want ads. in today's_ pa I

F the following:
:Alter a careful ,study of the expert- per. yy you own a handsome Piano. The sweet, charming tones of one of .i

I once with .'Noting machines Voting at several; Commissioners The recent Injunction against John JlI JlII our handsome Pianos will instantly( :dispel the worst,case.of,blues. Our i:,
elections tho New Jersey
have decided that the ma- Temple Graves editor of the Atlanta Pianos are of high character and worthy of your consideration. ii

I chines have established; their value as News to prevent the publication of ,-

reliable and accurate devices for the certain articles in that paper; calls I We'll Put a Piano in ourhome(
,
recording of otes. It seems that Newf forth the following; from the 'Memphis J3S

f Jersey in has adopting exercised the machines considerable and caution the Commercial-Appeal It may be all right: to laugh at John *** you pay when you like. Our "PaY-When/YowLike" plan has put a I.:.i ifi'

'1 limited number in use has been the Temple Graves !but when the courts .. J Piano into thousands of homes, bringing with it the usual measure of i.i 1f

: ;Voting subject of Commissioners four reports from'but the ninety State undertake to control and dictate the .. good cheer and sunshine. If you live .in Pensacola, call lor phone us. ::

.. nw machines were purchased in 1903 editorial policy of newspapers, they if outside of the city, write' us about the' piano. question. i t.*
revive one of the very worst forms of The Lover-COme here. Lulu and. see d)
2 making the total equipment in use. at valentine I drawd for fit
t'r nny. A: fr press is as necessaryin you. I"
.I. the last'fall received election from 361.Reports all. the munlc-I a republic as free speech, free con Charles_May I be your valentine ;"C i i!
science and free assemblage. Carrie-Tea, deals my comic valentine. tOldeat end Largest: 114-116S. Palafox St &
... pal clerks having charge of the devices -: .. M usie House in Clutter Music House Phone 15 !M,
fe
were of the most satisfactory, The pass evil is not confined solelyto ft t| ,Florida PENSACOLA ft
fc character. The few that failed tot
work accurately had ,either been Intentionally the of Kentucky railroads.; distillers:An enterprisingfirm has issueda _? --- it! :P eiwEJW!
:: injured or had been sub-.
T!; jeer to careless manipulation by un-' number of 'annual passes, each entitling .- ,_. ----""!
Instructed voters. The Commissioners ; the holder to a free sample of -
name in th 'ir report the election'I whiskey whenever presented. o'I
HOUSE
districts in which the machines were OPERA QjIRjJjJS* [

criticised and report that not only In GRAND BALL!
the voting districts where no complaint -
I TWO 'NIGHTS AND. MATINEE ONE SOLID WEEKICOMMENCING
.
waa made, but particularly; in i VOX POPULI 0 .w
where the vote for candidateswas
those
0G..eal
'
question the contrast has been M Friday and Saturday,Feb. 9 and 10 i 1 Monday Night, Feb. 12.
made so striking between voting by Monday, Feb. 12th.
Milton and Sargent Aborn Present
paper voting ballot by machine with its many-with errors complete and ESCAMBIA-SANTA ROSA 1 Anna Held's Magnificent Production MATINEE' :SATURDAY! C. K' of A. Hall.
: BRIDGE BADLY NEEDED ,
freedom from error-wherever the maw Southland's FavoritesPERUCHIGYPZENE
chine was correctly set. "as to point Benefit of
,Editor Pensacola Journal: "THE LITTLE DUCHESS"WITH
the way without quest'on to a more The farmers of Santa. Rosa countyare
complete use of the machines .for YQt- CO.
very anxious that: the: two] counties -
I lag purposes! ', Santa Rosa and Escambia, build Carnival Association.Barrios' .
The finding of the Commissioners is a good steel ,bridge across the E&camfcia OLGA, COUNTESS VON HATZFELDT NEW PLAYSI
f FO' conclusive that the, gradual Introduction -' ,river. It ought to be hunt somewhere Ko\en's ilusic with Interpolations UP-TODATE SPECIALTIES! i
t of the device in all the voting between Reginald ; NEW SCENERY! : Orchestra.
Mollno and McDavid n Harry B. Smith's ,. :- ,
districts in, the state seems probable.The : station;; the ola! McDavid ,Ferry ,place Book.. Revised and ReJuven- Monday night The Four-Act- Society -I
Commissioners; recommend 'that "" ould be a fine place for a bridge +ArnE ated. Anna Held's Pro Drama "A: Midnight 'Marriage." Santo,
future purchases of machines should there being high. 'banks on each SIde duction. Elaborated. .Complete Change ol Programme. at .Floor. agers-Jos.
be -'So distributed as to complete' the of the river H* Nlwiai aft ....t.. .i every performance Ernest McVoy.
h, equipment In districts now baving one We think a bridge across the Sbe-{>o yon-wish &.model, elr T PRICES: Matinee-50 and 75xents. : PRICES 10, 20.and 20c.: Matinee 15c
that beau
| or mot The Uo systems of voting, river .would be. a great and a Daobee.No; try Smith ant 6oer.. III To ttat 'valen'-adt. After An! tn adrear} I.Night-25, 50 and 75c, $1 and,$.50. jl and 25c. .' .,
t f. la.''districts'In which-'the'mach 5"m'e1 good, thing'for 'this:.section'*of."Santa draws vakattn m vorUT Seats on sale Wednesday .at noon. Seats. ,:OR f lo..r.rl4&>; .4Irnoo ,_ Good Tim Promised to .AIL

"
.
,.
4

6a !;. .:- .J. '''-- i' <;.y} ; ;. ;Jj,. ',;> ..
'c .. : : : t. ,;J
:
2 L ;
': -:; :, .,:._. ., _: < ,. : .:- .= ,'.



i ti'4 i"r!( '-,.- M t 1. 'i 'Ji

v ( :!'
: '.

"" ....... .. .... -.
}
THE PENSACOLA. JOURWA4.' ", FRIDAY M JN4iVG, .FEBRUARY; 9, f 06" ... PAGE FIW'I

,. .. ,
') ''' '
;" -_. --._- "

'




FRIDAY.. .and i SATURDAY'SM: : : ;









GREAT SENSATIONAL RUG SALE t S








25 RUGS In Moquet and Velvet, worth $1.25 to- $1.35, at ,. I a .. $ .98


15 RUGS, in Moquet and Velvet, worth $2 to $2.25, at .. s !i.49 r


15 RUGS in Moquet and Velvet, worth $2.50 to $2.75, at '::.. r .'; ,x .t : ; .. 1.69 t

36 RUGS, in Moquet Only, worth $3.5O, at .;. .. -, .: :,'".;" :', ,'.\ :f{" ;: ., i\; :< .... .. a 2.47

.. .
50 RUGS, in Moquet Only, size 36x72, worth $5, at r r r .- 3.89


SEJEJ euEI.:: ElXc;. BaCWD.'W: : : n O ei.I 1




I This lot of Rugs was sent to us by our New York' buyer from a leading carpet house's clearing sale. We secured them at a very low figure by .


taking the entire lot and we are offering the same to our customers at a very y low price. You can't afford to overlook this, as it is a chance to buy

your Rugs at ridiculous low prices. Bo on hand and get your choice. None reserved. Positively. no Rugs will be charged at sale price. Sale starts 9 a.m.

/

,







LOUIS. FRIEDMANr



r
,- :-M"it: ._ --',- .- .". : : _.: ,

.
.
--
-- --

JOURNAL'S PANAMA CANAL EXTENSION WORK ** Ate. SSO3.C. .

Poverty Party I Patronize Your Industries .W.LAMAR.Pruitftnt. JONN-PFEIFFER.Assistant Cashier.. 1

ON EAST COASTTWENTY and Cashier J.W.ANDREWS Assistant Cashier >!'

EDITION HIGHLY PRAISED: pa.tronize'home Industry. There ** TMHt'AM R

never was a more practical motto NATIONAL BANK
CAMPS ESTABLISHEDAND than this. The man who live sr.:

Yew air axed tew a soshul r that Us BETWEEN 4,000 AND '1l- in a community and depends onto Of /VS4CO14/ f4. ,
Admission
Itr However Refused tolYlails that community for his income *
folks the Oxilyary air glair'ter
Junyer
ov
5,000 MEN AT WORK. and fends purchases to a foreign DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
bar at market because it may be cheap-i;
as. Second Class Matter and W er. Is jnore.selfish than wise. The # CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $60,000. r

*: The Hum of Mrs. H. S. '. money be sends a way never comes DIRECTORS.
Simpson The .Key West Inter-Ocean gives
?back.. He has in part robbed him- %
Must Rate
Pay Postage at of the following account of the COIl'3truction '
Rail- "if self. He has set a pernicious Henry L. Covington, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner,
Coast
20 W. Belmont Street- of the Florida. East 6 Cents Per Copy. way from Miami to Key : lowed will result in bankrupting Bryan Duimody, T. F. McGourm. J. R.Saunders,

Saturday Nile,; February 10. Dnscoll Through the the editor courtesy,of the of InterOceanand Captain the town upon which he relies -X A. M- Avery, W. H.Milton O. E. Maura,
,
W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah. McKenzie
\he OertJng.
Commissioner # for a living. To neglect home y-
Street Fulford were Alex McGowln. C. M. Co\ington. M. E. Clark.
The reception tendered The Jour- ular newspaper rates. :They advertise : Every woman. in the;. ub. an. any. yesterday shown over the grade cons people Is not'only ingratitude it t?
Panama Canal Edition the community which they are issued :pl&ted Jby the men in the camp at KeiWestell is short sighted policy which entails M 'ofBanks.lndividuals.
lit: -' special wun els who kin, is axed terare.a I Accounts Corporationsand Firms Solicited.
-*,I(>rday was very flattering indeedso : aDd! are paid for and sent out as i was a long walk from one .a penalty on the offender. *:
-:- flattering in fact, that it kept other mall matter'but this cad not be !calerker dres an, apera or sunthin I end'to ,the other and back again; butI If a man has no patriotism no Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.

tn*' circulation department busy sup- done at the Pen cola post office. ekarly aproperate. ; was well worth the time and 1 appreciation> 'of favors no civic *i I

;':' iBg orders for the work-and both 'Pensacola may need advertising, but I interduce I I trouble '" pride he should have intelli-I I __ ._, __. ...
h< street and book store sales were I'under Postmaster Nofthup's ruling. The hul klub wil strang: The worI.-t''hich! .began on the eastern 9 grsnce enough,, to ,know that it is :1-
mething: phenomenal i what advertising we 'get through The era an luk arter bashful fellers., I end of 1.he'1s1&ud has been com a good' business policy to patron -*
Prop'p' praised the edition not onlY Journal's Panama Canal Edition -will pieted;faj;:more \bpn! a mile toward ;lIz the homefolks.. Everybody ?
;:" itlr" of an and a eplendia' rep- have to be paid for at the rate of six Sunthin ter ete 'is extry Phun wit the;i;city;:and tlrerd Is no' disputing the rf shares more or. less In the pros- f*I

'i!';<>nt.a term of Pens>arola's,' advantages anduraiuo&s As a result of,this ruling The Journal the haul 10 cents. }n the, world. The oil in some merchants, the -factory owners X I
;, bui it was the unanimous is compelled to make the price of places"onthe Key West side is fully and othErs who have cornmodi- *
\ rdi1 hal this was the best ad- the Panama 'Canal Edition Jto out of six feet and in- no place is it leas tie$ ,tp sell ate prosperous every 'Yt i I.
'rnisrni'tlt that the Deep Water City town subscribers 20 cents instead of I I than three. The material' for the fill ? citizen Is partially benefitted. A: *I
For Watch and of
iiitd '.err becured. And in this conlU'Ction 15: cents as previously advertised. All I Expert Repairing has,.been secure. 'on either side of the -littl, candle of prosperity throws X! everyone comes an opportunity

it may be stated that the out of town orders which have beenj, Engraving, go to, right of way by blasting out the rock: *$its beams long way.PatronizehomeIndustry. #, making money
.>usm...., men whose support mad received up to thls'tlme wilT, however,! foundation and Welling: has made'a! -* :: ; }help :4
, me Panama Canal Edition possible be filled ,at the oia- :rate but all fu- J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler cushion on which aiding will be de. your neighbor and he will help Only thos with funds available are
will have to be paid at lightful. There are now several
of tur orders : 'ii'ou- #
:are the \oo leaders in the van "
J''na"ola'progress.: the'rate of 20,cents- per'copY 213 South Palafox Street. gangs at work. One of them has I REMEMBER;. 'Gold Standard" in a position to take advantage of such
between
started the nil Key West
'and- other blends roasted # opportunities.Are .
Second Class Postage Rate Denied. "' ,
harsh physics. The reaction The Latest Designs in Watches and Stock Island, another" is blasting 1 daily. Give us your orders forCofpees *
Don't use
Thprp 1 was one hitch, however ink out the material and the other: two
.illation of the edition which weakens tie bowels. leads to and Jewelry. gangs are pushing rapidly on to the: both 1 package and. bulk.#" you in such a position? If not,
Get Doan's Reg- goods. We} can please jou all the ;(
Tin Journal nid not forsee, and that chronic constipation. tone the beach where the .road will leave the' time. better get ready for your next chance
<<:an.'bpu the copies which The ulets. They operate easily land to cross the harbor.. I ,
I ?IGULF aTY COFFEE CO. by ,opening an account with the First
Journal desired to mail out in the stomach cure. ormstlpatlqn.! The grade on Stock Island has been.
Hfl a II. P. Chipman. Mgr a-
regular way were held up at the post National.
*
*
tfhr and denied admission by Post- TONIGHT ; ,
ENTERTAINMENT x of SF III F t3"re a:N h a F t
r,dM i r Northup as second class mall BY NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE Amusements Four per cent interest allowed in our
l"a1'Pt's a result of this denial of a $
SEWING savings department on deposits of $1.00
He privilege! of being mailed at reg. R-bekah Lodge.. 'No. 10, I. O.OF completed and like that of Key Westit
'.ar new,paper postage rates The Xaomi entertainment to- :ai i *I7filH is built of olid rock. There has dnd ,compounded semi-annually
will give an
,Journal will have to pay the third I Raffo'd J Hall for the benefitof been very little 'Riling necessary on x
rl la-s> rate, or six cents per cop, for night at Fellow Sanitarium at "The Little Duchess. Stock, Island1.: In fact for a long
Odd -
y'et'!' 'x>py of the Panama Canal EdiJD the stretch in the center of the island. -
'. which it sends through, she Gainesville' The engagement of Olga the Countess MACHINES IB was necessary to excavate in order
singing recitations
of mus.ic.
u ail". I -programme von Hatzfelt, here is welcome ,to get, the required grade.
Scares( of progressive papers etc., has -been))rep red and apleasant 'this To those who have never been over
theatre
There news to the goers;of cityand
throughout the country issue special, evening is promised. I that island a trip over;'the, grade will FIRST NATIONAL BANK
and vicinity. "at.., r
be admission fee charged
editions every year many of them in will no be a revelation.. The soil of the island -
r..aazina: form similar to that of The I all Rftbekahs and friends, are Invitedto The Countess has in the role of J Is exceedingly rich and is admirably

J<' mal, and they" are mailed at reg. !attend. I the' little duchess one of" the' most fitted "for truck farming. OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
L congenial that she has held in all her .A: BARGAIN'As There are hundreds of acres, of rich d-
Pres W.K Hnw.J1L" V"PrK.and Caal1iflr.
theatrical career, ana' with her petite .., sea hammock land covered with a black W H KNOWIJS T.W. BR&Ji1'and\V.N.ROBIKTAwt. Ctshler.
and charming manners, her clever i loam, which' will grow 8.D.thlng DiBBCTOBS-F, C. Brent. W. A D1cint.t.1L Knowles. W K. UTeri Jr.. r
and characteristic style of acting she, I Captain Dnscoll was Quite' enthusiafctlc -'
will prove herself a decided favorite 'over,the progress,made, and was
(; = =a- w here as she has In the larger cities also proud of the good discipline in ,
-- -- --- -- --- -- --------
wtnero she has appeared so much the 'camps. The engineers In charge
The musical, comedy in which' the we are going out of theSewing had considerable trouble with the HILTON GBKKNE. .paaaIDa. T.K:, VVKLLES: VlCE-PmiUlDI.
U
Countess makes her appearance hereis I first gang of: men, sent down here .M.BUIHVILL.Caaarsr. UANSJUKLDIIOKXNO.jUtrCitizens .Ciaurea
rOld I I DeKoven and Smith's "The :Little Machine business we. but now they are all working with a National Bank
Duchess" in which Anna Held appeared will and general satisfaction prevail ,
so successfully for a tim The' offer, for sale 'at cost price While the engineer are not prone t>f PCDMOO! ,FJorida.D:1rootor. .
cast is one of exceptional merit and to discuss the ,work "of other camps : ..
l U composed of some of the cleverest thirty-five DropHead'Wheeler' and seem to be entirely wrapped up Geo W,wti Morrt, clear. T. IWItxM. ..
uaker. people in the musical 'comedy line hi their own work we elicited the' in- BoW.' Il. L.Hllto Greea.
The beauty chorus la one of the beat' formation that there are now over A JENEFUL B\NK1NQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
iu musical comedy and was especial(: & Wilson twantycamps' on the different keys
it (chosen for its fitness to sing' ;and and about 4,000 men In the field
I f i dance and to perform accurately-and; This, mean that the work Is being' B4... .. 11 n 11 n 1. ...e"'i..t..e.
1 1I 1f correctly the many evolutions required ,Sewing Machines pushed on all)'the large keys and In a t J., S. REESE. President E. W. MBNEFEE. Ca& ler.
of It. In every way the pieceis few month there,will be nothing left i ;; R. M. CAR-*. Vice-President. j"
f Rye one of the best before the,public' to do but fill in the gaps. 'I '
PENSACOLA.
: ana' up to the present time has pleased Parties desiring a portion or From other sources it 'Js learneaT | THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP

''h'I .1.f immensely wherever it has been presented + that preparations are now being madeto Director*--L. J. R-.vea, J..8. Reese, W. CeC. Kessler. R. M. Carr ':
ftt f f all of these machines are in. start the concrete work in the harbor I W. A. D'Alcmberte T.. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton. .
is the The first performance is tobe tonight at Key West and at the other TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Y
-whiskey but there will be a matinee to- vited to call or write,us.Wra. places ,where bridges will have to be YOUR ACCODNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOUCITED .
morrow. built ......... ..,..................... ... O....... '

-. I i ... __ _, __ __ ...
The PeruchI -
1 -Gypzene Company '
.
.
a perfect product years Cnelso D PeruchI will head .the+Pe., LEIIL 1DVERTISEHENT :I.- ,.....,....... J....ItfJaI..,.
rucni-Gjpzene Company which .will! R. Ht.Cary.Prmt. CASE '-". s.'y.WholelA .
taken to ripen it. open a soUl week's engagement( at,the, : Johnson 6 Son, Mamie Costello. by her next friend,' !. aDd Retail.Denier IB -

opera house on \ {!)nday. February 12.i ,. W .J( CosteHo, vs J. X Whitehead.. Domestic: Anthracite
I r Nashville Railroad Co.,,. Steam ,
Mr. Pernchi has already made his! Louisville t COAL 'y '
Don't let the des Tcrg ve reputation as a finished actor and .hU,I corporation Garnishes. In the Coon.' and Blacksmith

conscientious work has won for. him t ty Jadg"' Court, Ecambla County Office Xo. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.

l just ,vhisk _y./* the approbation of the theatre-gears 1 OKE Florida. To, J.. J. Whitehead defendant -I Yard comer, Tarragona and Gonzalez streets Phones 6 and 372 t'
you wherever he has appeared He play j, $ f ,,and all others whom It may conrcerjs u
1Fy Phone 16. Lewis Bear& Co.v, a ,diversity of characters and each ono J : .You are hereby notified that a 4
---- ----- -
--
5 St. and 2-10 Main St., I has been issued -
-_-- 4p1-4 Palafax is given an artistic finish, Writ of Garnishment
Fensacola, Fla. )Ir. PeruchI !is ably seconded by In the above case and that your prop.ertY -
I of the LouisVille & _Order Your
that winsome: little comedienne ulna -in the }hands
Mabel Gypzene. ', Na.hVilleeo.. a corporation has been ICE COAL and WOOD t
They will open their engagement garnished and that unless you appear ,
here with the four act society drama) before said court-on or before the 5th : Srem the ;

entitled "A Midnight Marriage." ,Sat >. CESr day: r'1farch, A, D.. 1908., judgmentby I Consumers9 and Fuel Company.
urday matinee. Baby Edna, :will hold default ,w l.b. (entered against
.. Phone 259.a. .
Win r .. M1rPt.NL I. Chage an4 Tarragona
De Ruyter ( HollaiixdJ: a reception to the. little ones" that at Sou., Maihie, "Costello. Offlctt Corner :
tend. 3feboaw4w; S
h-

,. s
: t M
e; 7.
_J
n a


."



SJg l

&J--* ltSSpBT >*?$$ -

I'q

;
-
,/ THE PEN SAC'0- t: A ''oUANAL, FRIDAY MORNING I F CJi H'.U,A -R Y f,. 1908jnJax .
.QEstx. ." A,. .. ... ... -'- .. ,
,.t-._ .. --.- --- ,... -- =-
-- '
e 1'bsqity. -
I r
:.STOCKHOLM
ts x i x a '

: GOOD"j ',, .ft! Thouaan4Ialflde .a4 It 'Solemn Duty
"
,
I; w.
\rtoekjr Reef .
PEOPLE and EVENTS ." I't From '-StraleaH capital. be done
t nothing'which can to assist
,
nature
[ vjijltpr wites: The,sjty has an alfaost .' "
'I" r ;, thatAime when our wives are to become mothers
shines
as.tJe
sun.
Seen Heard and Done Those Who Go Come 'arid :"'Clegtand l Italian tfftsht radiance.on the glittering levels : '-"----J should be,left undone. Of all the countless details to be
STEAKtastes
Among | j,I .thtagou. ; that dh ide tbe new. OD- :?-- .observed >at such a time no single one is of more
jmportanee than the bodily welfare) of the expectant
trom the water on

Tarry & Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. 1_ ,r,:wlik-ir the, fleet.old.of Across white ferryboats-ply: : I Ir \ i)/- through mother;,any she lack must'of.effort not experience on our part.undue suffering

much better with some of our |I' ftses the broad relieved the
of which Is by
MOTHER'S FRIENDshould
By Eo NELLIE BECK., Telephone 669. 3trx French Mushroo s. and Artichokes. "russei glow, which, time has" : lent td the..brickwork '

: ,! mj\s>K 3rwn\uNus\sv rfntfrcmrWARRIED Large size cans Mushroons. .. 23c:: .]; In front ot the palace.nina i be the recourse:of all real men and women at such times; it is '

'Medium size Can ,)Musbroons... .fj5c.; .& broad quay,crowded stth 'shipping..bettlnd easily obtainable, and 'it' is a.positive crime not to procure? it. Its offices
,AT ST. MICHAEL. ['. which' one may ctfch peeps ofparrow are to'relax the muscle and tissues intimately.associated in this greatestof
Large size Cane Artichokes..40c! j I wlndingv'streets, with .sloping and by imple external applications a result
: Mr. Antonio Malacca and Mrs. the Creator's phenomena
Kate -Pavlch were quietly married :in Vie Journal's Daily Fashion 'Feature. \ FOR. SALADS .CAPERS.1.TOOS; and painted houses<< "bent wjtb is obtained which. at.t theappointedtime: permits the mother to undergo her

St.. Michael church last evening at 7 j ; .FRENCH 'aye. The; square front'' of:-tbe' palace greatest joy with fortitude, and'bripg into the world a child worthy of itsparents.

I. o'clock. Rev./Father Fullerton official- Large sz* Bottles. .. .. .. ....'"., ;.} ,I I rises: .above, the /ed and gray roofs .' J ,.wr all druggists Our..book Motherhood" sent free.

jDg. Medium* .. .,' teething to, command the Old city. ..Oniny 'BRADfT LB. REGULATOR CO., Atlanta Ga.I .
Mr. Jack Mullin was best man and ize bottles .. ,.' ..15c right'the 'waters narroir' to a swift

Mrs. "Mullin matron or ..honor. .
waj
: ,
r. | rushing tream, over which a stately
After the wedding supper <<
a '
4 ; wag served ceremony to. the family and atW I ROSENAU & .:GERELDS, i:I I bridge has: been .thrown; tnitm the
-
-
( intimate friends at their new = n. !!. palace: with the picturesque\ of,tIe.i.iI j
t : l' .... ....... ............... .
.
I home on East Zurragosaa. The Fancy Grocers, I 6pra houfe..or r.tther.with iie broad I:J Jsquarela ........ .....
wuich' BeWnd the I I'I '
: It ftands.
1 ,
t MISS BONIFAY .. Phone 331. Pensacola.NICk'S ., I' opera- house lie! broad rlreets? *cf mod. i
'I II'I WHy'NOT: FURNISH I II
;' 'MARRIED IN TEXAS. '. -- --- -- --_.- ,ern liouJ#>,. In vcjiich.ther! are uner- : .
jl ected of wateMVays.cr-vd ,
glimpses
Miss Josephine Bonifay and Mr. i o4f'I i
\\
Harry Van.lermarkI"e married Buffet and v.'th shipping. I

.\Vedne day morning in Houston.Te : ; '.- ,--stoehorm.1s" b'uilt on a series e* I 1slat(3L I A COZY .HOMF"C i
*.. and left at once for Chicago and ( : formed bYLnke: larf.>n. It s. .
New York on their wedding JoUrney Restaurant Indvl tie'city of a thousand island* S

end later will visit Pensacola.! fl\\\.1\ \\ 1 : and'**vhy;; reef, whIch are sown: broad- : Why not put aside a few dollars from your i iI

: The bridle has a host of relatives is the only,place of its cast wijy miles beyond the mainland.. I:' earnings each week or month and pay for awelMurnished :
p, 'and friends in .this city where she resided q ldn l.ln Pensacola! in fact I where)i i..l j lake asdlrlvef: join the *ea.Thp I

uiriil two years ago!; when 'she it I is_ .. steap>v ri :which! ply up and down. I: home :
'went to Texas who will unite In atordial ., the lake a'fordendless excursions. i: '- t 4

welcome to Inr and her hus- ,- A Pride JKeaward you may sail; a day among the -
'band. to : : Endure !
LThatWiU I
low -
reach the
The -wca'ding; wa a very quiet one isiaivls.! until, you long -
-
/ -
fton' acount of the illness of b rrotber.in.law t. 0 : reef Von which the Baltic .bents. .
.
Mr. John Witt also Pensacola: ?*}n tpita-of their cold climate the
For Lifetime
"
i
formerly of this ('Uy.Ir.. Witt hasbeen : ? .. : g"oo d@oUght In the open air. After a i

very ill for a month as. a,re5ultro 'i'i1f '. '. '. -. Larger cities cannot tie' indoor life of English' or American .
a cold,, hut his many friends will .. ; boast of a better equippej cities It Is a great pleasure to take i Remember and later. :
be pleased to learn that ho was improving ( :/ .- ii ; i place. ,The service .is the one's! meals out of doors although It you can buy now pay

when the weddin'g look place '.... .- .' ... j ; best that can be had. may rqmttin1e9 be necessary to dine : Beautiful Suites of Furniture from S20 to :
(
according: to a message- received by jf wrapped in an overcoat. We hay. $125, Rockers; $1.25 to $20.
r&1:: 1[>. Bonifay: aunt of his wi(.. i i
,
+Jnd of the bride Mrs. Van Dermark. '; ,':.'..J Nick Apostle Propt'ihis ? r teen people dining In the Tivoli gardensbeneath'awnings.and .

-' < "' f 'J'1 umbrellas h,rte

THE MISSES PFEIFFER'S '1: i: ': :. .- '" -- ---_._ --- rain. This habit may explain. the health. .. I MARSTON & QUINA !

: PHANTOM PARTY. :'-" .' -- tnd-vlpor! of the Swedes.* ,
:
.
_
,- new office will enable the Presiding .
I One of the most delightful' parties '....,; ..- Elder and his: interesting. family A' W rnderful P..04. :2- 108110.S.Palafox, St Phone.148. Pensacola, Fla.
of that of )ltiSCS Dora to continue their residence in this : i
the
year was -
: .
Tfce great Buddii'tt! shrine, .
and Cora Pfeiffer on West Government ; ; city where they are greatly: beloved. SD gon'at Rangun Is no 'tea-jtbBhway : :.... ...........................................
-- -- ,
Wednesday night. The partywas 'L Andas', Mr. Vreeland who : iMr.'Gbnn
.. phe, but ft'great pagoda rising from its ..
4 what is known as.a. phantom ( is'a. bachelor.it is' believed I ----
.. the platform' a heightof, 368 feet and
party, and each was dressed in a arrangement would be convenient > o/vr is,.
'White shet, blouscd with a white: and pleasant all rdund., i '. all completely covered with gold leaf.

. t mask and a' pillow slip to cover the .' This platforio with a. perimeter

I [ bead and white shoes on the feet as a j Captainand Mrs. Prank- "M. Dunn nearly 1.400 feet, is the place of wor NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

disgu.ise, which was complete. have a little daughter who arrived ship'. -Tbe'paJoda; Itself has no Interior.It .
. : Many spectators were at the pate Wednesday evening,' arid *everybody Is!a solid atupa of brick raised over
doors and windows to see the phantoms : I in the household ;She has .
T a ttltc-chamber. A cutting made into f. W. LMWIMNCC. 'PropHtas. No 3 Wait Rofiana St. 188,
as this was the first of its kind been named Louisa Mary. for, .her twograndmammas. : ill'Phil"
(1 eenternas revealed the fact that
:
':_ for several years. Evri the refreshments \ .. ? :. .. I : "
th.s original( pagoda bad seven casings
} were servea in a phantom "way. : .,
1-.' At midnight all masks were removed > : /' ';-. : f Miss Kessler receiving many <&- 'added to it before It attained its present .

,: and all eyes met in great surprise : t f:1' ; :{ ,. i lightful '! ttenuionriuWashington; proportions. The shape of the pa. Again Under the
a. there were people thcre.wbo ,, ,1 i while Miss JCessler is delightIng Coda*is that of.an elongated cone. It:is
*
;_ were not expected to be there and to l i society In Charleston1 with her divided ''by Burmese convention into LEWISHOUSENew Management of
.
And out that gentlemen were dancing sin'ging. Her voice being highly
Jls twelve'psrts: : First the_base surround
:with gentlemen and ladis with ladies. J!,praised: by the 'critics' 'who say it -li ed by a great number of small pagodas Mrs. Helen Lewis
After the masks were removed. THE SCHOOLGIRL'S FROCK. tod fine a voice to be wasted in -the

about two hours were merrily parsed! I ',Attractive Indeed are the frocks in the form of' a vest," which runs.from private- life and should be trained for i'lebays.snext.: then three the Bell terraces the" Inverted called Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated.

and then the jolly guests wished the for the neck belt In. : :public enjoyment., ;
schoolgirl, with her immature to the little plea.ted.wabt i' Tbafcik, or begging bowl; the Baungyit EspeciallyConvenient for Transient Trade.
-
Misses Peiffer good night with the
.
: drawn into the narrow belt of velvet
figure which
the stores
: assurance that they had had a great are showing in the same shade as,the mohair- The The many friends,:of Mrs., Christy or twisted turban; the' Kyajan or OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
tme and thanking them heartily for in the ready made wear departments sleeve .Is, the regulation shirtwaist mother of :Mrs. Frank Sanders, will ornamental Jptua flower; the Plantain
:
: the evening's pleasure. at very reasonable prices. The illustration model the cuff fastening with a med regret to learn tkatH she has been Bod; tie: ,brass plate for the lift orrabrella

Those in the bappy party which was gives a simple but effective ium-sized gilt 'button. .The skirt is 'quite ill all week at' hr home. corner ; the HU; the Seia bwin or artificial
accompanied by Miss Mabel Pfeiffer' idea for the use of the fashionable one of those inverted :pleated .model Alcaniz and De SoCo. flowers; the vane and last of

t as mascot, were" : mohaira serges and like fabrics 1501 stitched a short way down.on\ the hip 'all; 'tb' '.8efnb1l or bud of diamonds.Tbe .- i E. B. ACOST4.& CO. Prompt delivery to any part of the
MJff Cora Pfeiffer and Mr. McDon Miss Susie .
L admirable for the rather hard Scholls'was "at home"Informally _
falls'out East"
wear from which point it graceful SHun br7.. C. Sc.tf city.Office
ald. Miss Dora Pfeiffer and Mr. Dil- to her friends last I .
the' schoolroom. evening Yard-22 28 N. Tarragona
In this and to
instance ly to the ankles. The machine stitch O'Ooonu
> ? *. M ...,. .,.,.
/ and Retail a. In
laud. Miss Louise Pfeiffer and Mr. created toe necessity for 'a suitable ings throughout are In a heavy brown From 8:30 to 11 o'clock -in honor of St. Pensacola, Fla. Phone 363.COAL .
e C. Pfeiffer Miss Mabel Pfeiffer and outer thy with ecru allover lace used silk. Msls Louise Wekikmand Mr. Tlob rt '- --
1 :Mr. ,E. Pfeiffer. Miss Carl Kramer andi I Kearsey of Albany.'Ga.; and Miss: Annie "- -
i !\! Peterson. :Miss: Emma Kramer .Lee Watson of Ft. Valle!:.: Ga. To* 5e14*s> WOOD AND ICE
While a great many persona probably
:. and Mr. Cole. Miss Ida Kramer and Brown.: Miss Alberta Villar and Mr. in society; and it is,..a. good moral V -
F take tham&elre too seriously, enter.taming __ _
:\ Mis
Ir. Mann Myrtle Norman and Borras. rule for any body. Little Miss Bulalfe Valentine Clark 4

\tr. Peake. Miss.\ Mamie Santo and Serving at the punch bowl were Hurrah. for the woman 'Who, bUms!.- has invitations out for a. party at theCountry an altogether exaggerated'opinion .
>Mr, Bonifay, Miss Leola! Berry and Mrs. H. Pfeiffer Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. -.- I Club from 3 to 5 on the af--: f'Af their- ability and worth, not 4MWWiWHHMHH iHHM '

t : (JMr. Berry Miss Eva Berry and Mr. J. B. Kramer Mr. and Mrs. J. Pfeiffer. Mr. and Mrs. George -P. Wentworth tt-rnoon of February 14, 1906. I'' nanr, 'nowadays go to the extreme | DIAMONDS, WATCHES.H"j JEWELRY m'1 1
I Day Miss Marie Bonifay and Mr.1FriZ"1. Mr. ana' .)Irs. J. George' White. Mrs. entertained' ; a few friends .informally .' length( of'tht German whoa the Eng i ,

'.' 1fcRendles.Irs.. B.. P93.ke. Mrs. J. at .tea Wednesday evening.for their Mrs. W. H. Garrett who has been I Ush poet Coleridge met. at Frankfort CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSB *
-- Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Thor Thoraen sister Miss Lily Guttman who is to. visiting! her sister-in-law l Mrs. (11. M. He always took off his fctt when ht STERUNG I
: r. V be married next week. Westmark, hal .returned to her homeat ventured to .speak of himself. Were SILVERWARE,

' I BLIM- Dolh'eAla.: this practice to become general what a I ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, f
THE NEW Mrs. Charles Oliver who received number
WORD. of
people would be
. f a message Wednesday,announcing,the] The members of the Concordia Club bareheaded 1 permanently 1 .CUT GLASSWARE. r
I Mrs. Pearl Mary Theresa Craigie I death of her sister 'inEnland, h..1I gave an enjoyable euchre and dance
(John Oliver Hobbes). who Js now the. profound sympathy- her many last night for the... ladies of their families
I r visiting this country. has contributeda I friena's. :, and their friends including a
new word to the language. Had it I number of winter visitors and members THEWRONG, DIAGNOSIS. I. Engraving- and Fine Stationery. I

from the Bowery ft: would Mr. E. P. Ralston of New York City of the Tourist Club. That"they -

ft have been slang and polite people left Jast night after a; flying visit to bad a gooa': time goes without saying Prompt th9 Use ,of Worthless Reme. -
I could friends in this That 'is the Concordia way. .
not have used it. But city dies.
: form such a woman as Mrs. comln"1 -+- Even ,an, experienced physician: will Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
"
;i Dinner It Is eminently ana' The Excelsior Flinch" will meet Mr. F. E. Brawner who is In Mobile sometimes make a mistake in diagno- I

," good form. next week with Mrs- D. Hale Wilson!!! is expected home to-day. ais i ,'. Jn which event' his entir treatment -

; The word is a good fit It has the on Thursday instead of Wednesday. .- Is-wasted and may even, be-In, -
taking qualities of slang, a certain Mrs. Biehighauser" entertained the jurious to the"patient.. E, Q. Zadek Jewelry Co.
I brisk directness a certain MK and Mrs. Cu'ler')fc\Jlllan and Tuesday Euchre complimentary' to her Thr advocates-pf: all other hair r- =

\ Will be if t elusiveness of definition. Therafcre their two daughters, are now occupy own birthday.! Delightful: refreshments ttoratlves save Herpicid'e have wroa'5lj' : ; MOBILE, ALA. J
; improved yourS it is usable, to say nothing ing ,their _new home corner Baylen 1 were served and 'the hostess j diagnosed .the cause of Dandruff .**'-*" ?l-W"H.H* H. .H. "
t flsh Hems are" carefully of being imported. There Is no reason -and D? Soto and will have their 'parents I was beautifully assisted by her: two!, and"Falling Hair., '

; 'j why It should not i>s as popular Mr. and Mrs. A. Jones as guests.. I daughters Miss Hazel and "Misi i Th *; .figure.on a" functional disease
; m ,\ selected. Following are this season as our good ,old standbys, 'i Louise. Only members of the club wherea'j- Is now known and general
Miss < were Invited and.the beautiful birth 'I'JIe Ho4e.ty or ReIn..... Lessons in Cooking and
"strenuous" Margaret has
. and "delfghted. piston gone I. 1.V;. accepted" that hair loss is due to'a
:" : a few items which we The word is "Wim," It is a verb home on her vacation :but will return -'day prize a pair of lovely vases i ivn! parftjjtit! germ which N wbra's Herpi- Young artists not gaining distinction!

f I It means-just blim, I in a few weeks. : by Mrs. Biebighauses was won .b)' dde-destroys.: : early have had ,various instances! to
.\. have to offer: AS near as you.can put finger on -I I"Mrs; :\{.' P. Bonifay. I I 'There 1.'00. substitute for Herpicide quote as showing that masterly per Sewing.

,t.,' it, bUm is educated' and refined small Presiding Elder and, Mrs. B. G-I, accept'noneForysaV.fc.y,-- fcrmance often came late 11\. life. .In I I Cooking vegetables, meats salads
jI' ttlk. It takes a clever woman to 'do Glenn left Wednesday Glenn.for \ The Neighbor Club was ent ?r- W. A. D'Alemberte. Dora Ameden's book on ,.Japanese art desserts, pastry cakes candid

,...-.. Bloater Maeker11 each u...:30c It. That fact, however must not be Evergreen Ala, on business' and Jlrs. tamed by Mrs. Soderquis at her ?81-J drcggfrtV'and apothecary 121 South it is set ford that this I is what the !I ureads. Digestibility of foods food
apparent.A Glenn to visit their daughter in Brew- .'d n'e Wednesday -night. A very Palafo? street, or1 send 10c in stamps I I values drawn! :
,
celebrated Japanese artist Hotusal menus etc. Sewing;:
.. i
! Mackerel, 2 for ..... .25c:! and the I
J woman who bUms says telight- ton expecting to return Saturday. It";i'pleasant euchre was'enjoy''d ; fork ampld to The Herpicide, CoW, De I wrote about himself: From the age of !j cutting, fitting dressmaking.; Classes
Mackerel 3. for. ...25c ful jolly things which make her hearers L,, generally hoped' that,the dutie? otA prizes were won by the hostess getting -:; trofldlch: for womn and children. :M. A Mo-!
." : u U'u., a half dozen beautiful I six I had a maqja! for drawing the It i 1
.. have, a good :time _and still give I handkr'l Intyre Instructor SOI West jha'.eccttre11 -
-- .
teem chiefs au,' Mr Bach a box L. forms of things. By, the time I was j'I *
tn,3
mole CodfisBi pr pound..lOcPatDmac I impression that they have Jfeblw
done it all. BOY'S BREAKFAST. f stationery! for 1: ib .first: ,Miss HeJeQlMcCoiough I I t fifty I had published! an, infinity of dej j

Roe Herring each..3c I It is a far cry from the blimming : a vase and Mr. J. Raucher i; cigus. but all I have produced before I If i- --- ,
\\<,man to the "c1evf>r" woman. The 'at, ash tray for the ''seconds. Most, : \f the age of seventy is not worth taking iI
There's '
I bUmming woman is much the clevererof a Natural Food' T"at Makes.]I Jdtllgbtful refreshments. ,w,
. In addition we have Brook the two. for she is clever enough It's Own Way. and all had a pleasant time. The nfl'I l a little about ,the,r.al.! structure of ni" I I

not to let it get out that she is clever. There's a boy up in H osick' Falls,i'cub: will meet next Thursday night: I i"i"ture i -of animate plants and trec FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.

; Trout In Un; Imported I There is always something a little N.Y., who is growing' into:sturdy.man-'>'at the. residence.. I of Mrs.( Joe: Schptzri |: birds, fishes and insects, In con?*- |I If Pensacola, Fla.

cold about the "cl ver" woman. Pee.ple hood, on Grape-Nuts .breakfasts. It,::: I f when I am eighty I shall have j ----.,
Sardines, In oil Import- i and quenoe. |
; Hobon H- -
came
And Captain
4 are always trifle -
[ : a afraid of her. might have been different with hIm,; -
I made still more progress.: At I'
ninety
i I went unkissed the son of Elijah j
- She is not companionable. And the as his mother explains'"j] as as I
\ ed Sardines with Tomatoes bumming woman is. j, the second! Is; that what matrimonjV'} ARE shall penetrate the mystery o' tirings. .
"My 11-year-old boy Is-large. well '
: -i ; ;'does for our heroes? Look at Deweyj j At a ,hundred I shall .certainly! have !
; Young America 'I developed and active and has been WELL.
!and' Platt and Cbauncey and-and ai I reached a ixarvelousstage.amid: : when I : IF YOU'VEANEYE

. t: '\ Cheese New York Cream San Commenting Diego Sun's on the New above York from Correspondent the- Nuts made food.so by At his five fondness years for he was Grape'avery ]jlot 1 s of 'em closer- him- !., 1 j jJ FEDf am 110 .vevytSlng-I do- -be it but a lineor .
\ \ \I dot-xi| be <'e.Ibeg: those,who i
I .
: ;
\' t. and everything which a I Mrs. Prudence the Mannen says: to frequent nervous attacks child and of*wa&Indigestion subject.],)J Begin today-ask your grocer for,' \ MEN lire -as long'as 1"do.to see'If 1 do not 1
Craigie, woman novel1s.t."All f
and. Vanilla. Absolutely
Blue Ribbon Lemon -, '
- fine _dinner should con says: ; clever women blim. Don't which used to rob him.'pi,bis strength i pure. Goes twice as far tni|: THE MEN WHO EAT keep my word. Hokusai died< in IStf FOR BEAUTY
and at the of eicbrrnina.Jin .
know ? It's were troublesome deal age
bUmming just talkingand very to" r
: ; tain. !Please call or phone talking pleasant things. with. He never seemed: to care for Ivor( ;j1 HERE ARE WELL FED 1
gives desserts the "Blue Rbbon! Flv.i: thoroughly
- : in your order. i Now. every woman of you, get busy anything for his breakfast ; until I tried!, Children'* Diir c,In n..I. j I you will the appreciate beautifully
and blim. Grape-Nuts and I have never had, tot : .
In Russia New Year's it
Mardi especially
Gras.
j Excursion .j.j'I Collarsand
I It sounds goo<1. change from that. He] makes his en.! | i laundered: Shirts.
"Talking and talking pleasant tire breakfast Grape-Nuts food. Itj j' Gadsden Street Epwo h League wU} ,jHot o Biscuits. coffee and :,.e chlldren' day. Among 'the peav Cuffs that we s'n,1!
is 'I run an excursion February. \"nr- Doughnuts, at a o'clock every ants the old time frolics and gauies'arerenewed. out. Better let us do
things. Not sensible things mind always relished by him! and he sayaj!] '
ther announcements later. its morn g. It is a practice the
& you nor. momentous. things. Just that it satisfies him better than the i i .among yours.
Cahn
!. ; Sol Co.The pleasant ordinary tynd of a meab -'I. I boys to arm themselves with a supplyof S

Could anythjn'g be/more softly feminine "Better than all he, is no longer; Tourist Excursion shelled wheat and dried peas and I-
Pure Food Store more, wer-tly amiable? troubled with indigestion or nervousness '' .J ;; to go from house to horse tu the small The Star Steam

: Seuthwtst C.ra.r-Palafoi' and hituducla' And what cleve: 'nes lit most take and has got to be a splendidlyf f t. The Tourist Club, will give an Kandy Kitchen Cafe, r hours of the' morning. They present 1
for a woman to obliterate herself under developed fellow since n'e began cursion on the tug Monarch' [themselves unbidden in a neighbor's II j Laundry.

J Phones Il 90. a becoming sea of bllmmlng, ana' use Grape-Nuts food.?' Nanfrgiven; :. February 9. tQ navy jardlife Frfday.t I Iii' house where the, doors tare a 1 way a uri-1
; ; let her husband do the strenuous Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. t01'' station and, a short ;distanc: ?. "outt In 104. S/Palafox' Phone,999 locked and pelt bmwifli! wheat or | 37 E Garaen St. Phone UHenaccola. *-

part. There's reason. React "the the gnlL',Boat leaves at 9 a.. m. and I ; ,:; yogi till be offers/cakes or fruit. I Fl\
: It is the secret of femInine success book, "The Road to WelWlle: In .will return about p.,m. L ,. J -

... ... -

'1't. ='""- '''r -f' '. f, IW ,
,

,
.
: ,... ., .. :" :"" -- '.. I
; iA"'f ''''
,- > .
.'<; -' 1e", ', -.' ," .1' ,'j .
: > -' .: .
-
= "i'a ,



.
I- <> .

'
: :

. c I 1 I : 4r 4 r.L
.
4
'I- T: -
:
U ; _c ';:. :

I rr fJ ,
J .' J{ t
-- .- -, ,.. THE PEPl8ActA = ,
i
-- _" V JOURNAL.V ,FRDAYRNING: ,, FEBRUARY 0, 1906
-- V V PAGE8EVEN _
VV
V V VV V_ i- r -- f"""" =' --' < -- .. -- .---- - .-h .., __ ,_._, __ _._ ':"' 14
-.--1' $750 fQ8" : (kRGANS
A.
-
:
stECIL ,


Jack Built a House I NORTH HILL .staid stores, good and corner two dwellings and fairly, splen,close rq,1"1' HOOTON i& ''WA1iSON', '

,
4 lots, taking in corner, -120 pays,. $684, ,!annually, welt'timb:' : price red,$4350.shin .... :'., ..... '. ... ': Successors to Tnos. C. Watson 6 Cx p < ;

125 offered for a few days and"syrup"mill, :farming Imple >.,: -r- ,

at an early date 'that 4 pread his fallle'on.the pages of hi\- figure. 4 room bouse. andr barn..$1000 ," Leading Heai.Estate. Rental and insuranee Agency.

tory until ho la known to all the \ RENTS investment In North Hill! _
worl.d' .
:
I REAL ESTATE BOUGHT. ; 5 lots and cottage on cor. '

V big bargain at..-.........J2750 A' Few Attractive
i : :: LESLIE ,V building. t {orth Hill ; Two-Story Offerings in Real Estate.SlS.000.00..A' V

With aLittle E. to Palafox St..*. ... ......$750 -t : : large brick building on a good business corner. :: VV

I \\ lots and 4 room house corner. .1 I $7.P0.o0-A> large lot, lying west of and hear Palafox St. about 250 .
204% 8. Palafox '3U-'FUher I 'KIng Tract.- .. ... .. ....$500 It:'front' by 192 fL deep: A bargain V Vl

Money fronting Romana St..close to Brick Building $7,250.oo-Largo 2-stqry brick building, opposite BIte of. New City Hall.
; V .. St.. .. .. ... '.. .. ..$4000 ,This must be sold at once or will be withdrawn from market. _

.- A B .,lots: on. E., Jackson St, close Lon $5 50.00Large 2-story dwelling with 10 rooms, servants quarters _
v For the Jot,and lots Jess trouble than" R AI 9th ame. '.. .. ?. .. .. .. .".$2600 modem conveniences. Stone sidewalk. Lot $0 by 180!) ft West
had cairv .
Jack V _
you & your property with'us for quick lUll Ie
build! bouse
a -
f' we have for'*':ale'on oneof that vlil those tave]Jpts on.East or North Hill FOR SALES '" V V corner on Soyth\ Pafafox St. $2', OO.OO-A rc<.v. nice cottage on North Hayne St.. with loi 80 by
r.V so many nrimlenccs Money to loan in' large or small 12ft,
t that 'Ja.ck ; Qfl4V4g" _
one of these Jots We can WIHien.vy, .With deed f'r.; Ahalf block This! is a good bargain $2,000.00-Larga two-story dwelling on North Davis street. Very d.
set
I. you .the with whlc1r .. V
to put up the house V moncy' ground; .7 room Insurance- agents. 4 V irahte. ,
'
V
practically new; y,1nd.mUl -./' For particulars ,$2,000.00, : lots on. East Hill) car line;' southern ,exposure: overlooking -

.barns and L S. BOWN&CO/ ', : ," ', : V bey. One of the prettiest building sites on East Hffi.
"
out houses. ,, .V: > ,foxs' $1,030.00Comfortable: : cottage on Brent Road,'near Cotton Compl' IilS.
; apply >
Pensacola Investment Company ear East Hill carline 201-J Thleten Building. : .. .$1,100.00Five room dwelling with large lot on corner; East Chase

I All for the sum of. street. V1,000.00-FITe _

4. H. D'ALEIHBERTE, ", Phone 918. ., very desirable building lots; making a frontage or :00, V
City
Manager. ft.
Stoddart's
near Place.

w. ii. KNOWLES, Presiding V it.,B. SIMPSON Secretary.. $2, .:, : "WE SELL LOTS" Mcnavid. ly r. Company, .. LOANS IN ANY AMOUNTS. MADE ON REAL ESTATE! SECURITY : '

J. E. STILLMAN V.-Pres. and Cen. Manager; KKOWLES lITER, Treasury ON SHORT NOTICE AlAT. LITTLE COST TO BOR
Will.carry a V
ROWER.WE.
Kael Estate, Loans, General Investments. of J2000.00.' This Agents New.' YorK' V '.- "* *
is good for a few. HALE WILSON 6 CO. Life Insurance; Company, ; RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OP YOUR PAT-

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola.., Florida. onlyThOs. RONAGE. AND IF YOUR' RENT RETURNS ARE UNSATISFACTORY .
a
E. Government
REAL ESTATE ,\ Stre t.- j PLACE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS AND INSURE .
V SATISFACTION. FIRE INSURANCE PLACED IN FIFTEEN OF
I Ioc Phone 7CO. .Perwacola, Fla.
I AND LOANS THE VERY OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES. IF YOU WANT TO .
= = ,, --- RENT A DWELLING OR STORE, OR DESIRE A RENTAL AG-ENT

WANTED V r Cort Palafox and WB RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO CONSULT US.
For SaI

i have the following ,special bar-. Timber Lands V V

WAMEI; I >-To loan money on yourp FOR ,SALE-The Lewis Bear Co, are in very desirable. real estate for : HOOTON & WATSON
i
onal property and household i- agents for toe fam6 s Cdrnb Hen i $650Buys days only. V ,

foo":. Mobile Loan Co., corner Jef- Feed Finest thing in the world to SPECIAL BARGAINS. 1: PHONE '54., SOUTH PALAFOX ST EET.:

JT.. '", and Zarragossa Sis.M make hens lay. Keeps 'em in goodi! a 5.room' cottage OD. 12.;: : lots In block, 17Q.New: City, 80x137 For ':

>! 'rn'V condition too. neb l$200 cash rest.on easy t ;: on 'car-line! ...: .. _. $400.00 Sale

I gain.. .. Vx lots;'corner'16th: ave'.. and Gads
CO1RT: HOUSE DYEING.-" Pressing FOR: SALE-Paying meat market and ? street*.. .. \. .'..t.. ..' .. $1,000.00 '" _
anri! Cleaning: Club. US' N. Palafox grocery on East Hill. Good stand. : lots fronting Toledo square in New Miscellaneous I DIRECTORY? !:

BI., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat Cheap. Address ,$J200. .V ,"*".,. ..v .. ... ]J-t r. .V. $1,000.00 I We have them. Several splendid,
x :
.. .. .. ., ,.. .. _. large small
and turpentine locations
.oni*!gc solicited: ; satisfaction guaran- feb.1. ." .. :room house/' with bath and SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert-' Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.
(Mi. Careful I -attention given ladies'armcus. :l' : aV ':!It. For-a:, o.at, 'five V,.room' nnection; gas Jn every room; Saw Mills! and Saw mill locations. Ing & Co.. whp\esale\ and retail ship Joppa Lodge No. '6, r. O. O. F..
Phone 1:::. 8feb FOR SALEuth: h ir: block 211, and hall on E.: Hill; $400. nelghborhoodr( If taken at I. Some excellent bargains in large chandlers and groeers.; only first.class meets every Tuesday evening at 730(

fronting 40fr feet on 13th street by mainder 'on reasonable<< I' ;. ... .. .. .*,';. .. .. ... .'.$1.450.00 and small traits of round and boxed: house of kindfo" ; Pensacola. Fair I o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden
POSITION WANTED- Tiite woman 107 feet on Bay lew park'; also 3 lots, corner" Gadsden V-, and ,. houses in block 17, West King timber! lands. prices, to all.PWRID. V &. St. Visiting brethren are cordially
want position as nurse or cookor south. half of block 21:?, fronting 400 $950. ,i renting30.00 per month; Will Large tracts of Mississippi' Delta vited.

t.iniii> of good reputation. Apply 1375t feet on 14Ui St., by 137% feet oh Bay I Five lotson: E. 13th. street, $2,000.00 of necessary .. $2600.00 and Hardwood lands. .\ CURIOSITIES-Sea shells, I T. H. FLEETWOOD N. O
i;; Gadsdcn St. 7feblw* View Park. The' only property'adjoining line,,$1250. V V of these propositions 'are bar Splendid liSt of valuable property shell jewelry woqi:novelties leather J. 'W, GINGLES Sec

POSITION \V'A.'TED-BY competent B.ay' Yle'v. P 'rk' that is now for 'Ona.DI l( ..West: Hill! $ and will be.held open for afew I and fine location for a colony or. Stock goods, Pensacola Souvenirs, live and I 31jan6m. .
The beautiful view only.* .,* Farm inSouth East Georgia, Alligators. V Goods packed
sale. down thu V stuffed
oooKKeopcr, either as bookkeeper,
\'It i rk or colVsctor. Have had six bayou, and down the bay can never be warehouse location on I Some of the choicest residence lady\ for shipment! Mrs. C. N. Mc-I I Pensacola Lodge N(. 3, K. ot 1<

t-ars experience; Can give good refPQIC. obstructed.. V, Clubbs. -* "20jly ,C. R.. track very cheap. places i'the beautiful little city of Clure, Opera House -Building, 107 E. meets every Monday evening at 7:3&
: DeFunlak Springs. Fla.. and In Milton
,. Address A.. care JournaLrhlw' V 8 per cent mortgages on hand. V + Government St <: o'clock at their temporary Castle Halt
AUTO IOBILES.'I' am agent 'for the 202 Thiesen Building I! p -kind of investments. Fla.Our. V over Pou stable. W. Intendencia Stt.
; Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos i'V I in all parts of city, vacant prices and terms 'are reason MRS. 14. E. MILLER, Fashionable Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .

\'nED-BY white man, position as, from $500.00 up. They cost less than .' improved, wanted and for sale. able.. Dressmaker, latest and most invited approved to- A. KIRKPATRICK. c. a ii
horses to keep They Cal on or write to us. methods onbLadies H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S
up. can be V
short crder cook or as cook; gardner I run 'HELP 30 S. Palafox St. call. Room 4, Park Hotel. 7feblw*
horse'can'
in sand or anywhere a I
or! hostler" in gent1e'manbmIl)'. Ad.tress go. :
Ceo. Sinclair, 102 Adams St.' Leslie E. Brooks. len' Phone 234. Corpo Hen Feed will make your I I Rathbone Lodge No.
&
TURNER AYMARDJ
= i
WANTED- '
-
30 K. of P. meets
Tfeblw.WANTED. everywhere; r .4- V hens ,lay and'keep them In a healthy every,
JUST RECEIVED--L'arse" snipment of i: pay-pass circulars! tack condition. Try It. For sale; by. the Thursday evening at 8:00

-You to use Corno Hen, imported Olive OiL .Retail by pint :canvassing, steady'-..COnti Board and Rooms Real Estate 'and Lewis '-Bear Co. Tfeb I"o'clock In their temporary,

11- "ed. This makes your hen!! lay I gallon or larger quantity. Morasso trtbuting.Co..Cbicap! >. :.9 I Castle Hall over Pou stable
place,
Is still at the same
PDSHON
and fattens them. Try it. For,sale &: Co.;; shift chandlers au :srocers 701 WANTED:-Bfight boy'f(3 ; >' Abstract t Company, W. Intendencia street
? made to
; r.fcey furnished Shoes>
South Palafox. --:;0- 4oct. : RENT.-Onfl : ) 14 W. Intendencia. < Visiting knights are cor
The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb
liy J printing bffifc: trad learn D1p.t'24 Wcst'Romana St. Ph'orio P. 0. Box I 115, DeFuniak Springs, florida. order; all kinds of repair work, I dially welcomed.
FOR SALE....:Only:4'younir jigs trade Apply.immediately.' : 7'; *, I *
TED.-Your repair: work. Best Boar Seblw 6feb2w J. D. KIRK. C. C. V
l1r.
material used; work guaranteed. L. sired by Duke ofFlorida, 6S923 out Printing"?.; 2t W. 1 __ ___ Vre-1 I C.J. LEVY. K. of K. & S. '
of Orphan Lee of Baltimore 585ft.t gre.b. ... '. with or without board' by day Money to Loan. ; ,I amback_ in tha city again; am
II. Pesion, Shoemaker and Repairer 1 to tune and repair pianos and i V
AU'tfcuaranteed' registrations- week. Apply -airs. W. P.. Wil pared Knights of Columbus.
:s.V.. corner Baylen and IntendenciaStb. t WANTETeekorlbTIs.iLsoioinon number
6feb2w f P4crcVt gall Setterliod.chipley.\ Flfrmture '304 & Al atdi''St.. : Dfebw. '1f.o\EY'TO, LOAN-Everybody bor. organs, as usual. My phone I Meetings of the
V
.
: -' V V > : > V V .' Scott.
V Conrad
sii&r\ t ,1,
; is. 802 2 rings.
Fla. : 26nov. -te-r>I-- rows money from :-Jno. .A. Hall & r Knights of Columbu
\VAN; Bverybody- In Pensacola|! -w -V V V '\\NT Ro- ;, cap LY :FURNfSHBB frotte roomfo Co./::16 E. Government street.. When I, Cfeblm V V V : are held at their hail,
\m know that the Y. M. C. A. build.mp '1 I FOR SALE-- '1cc, clean old newspapers -V !tdlL1c : )} .?'. )s'h''...''.'. :: iwKh'or wit*-> t-1x A'>aJ'-d.l ;.- ;Apply Tiee4caH on ua.- ,9f shim Mattresses and: pillow made ; and; V .,No. S West Intenden
; at hve cents at'bundle artiuna' pte'mises. .. 401 W. ChasV; 'ifel)2w) *
brick ; : '
) was built of made by tht f V': This. of. ** "Apply.' ;; MONEY LOANED on airkinds'of!_ personal renovated. Sanitary process.: Upholfctering cia 'street, on every
P Qsaeolu Brick C\)., and they are prepared I flee: t Chase;[ V. V VV .:. -\NTLY.situated rooms Ho rent property on" short ,nott p. I done. Furniture cleaned"re'' Monday evening at

: 10 furnish: you J. S. Walton 1 FOR SALE-:200 acre's good farm land. 'V..E'D"": At once, a young ', '.at .111 W...cbas tSt. 8ebw. Terms, 'easy. V J. B. Gray'& Co., '2V.. [ paired and varnished. L T. Pitman, V V 7:30 o'clock. A a in-
Mgr. GfebfATTRFSSES 2% miles southeast nographer Address.quick! : -V ----+ 'r ''Roman Phone 1165. ifcb 105 'N. Tarragona St. 4feblw vitation fs extended
Chipley, In '' ; U N'URHEp V (o visiting Knights.
.qR1.
% made to order;, old Washins.on county; no waste land; 30 care Journal.V .__ : ),;fof ren. : with..privilege jpt !MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or J, H.' lAgan Upholsterer and chair I V JOHN B. 'JONES.

matircijies renovated and new tick ''aci-es eady! for cultivation; Good WANTED.sacofe .- .' las "- .hpusa kc pin i at 254.; .E, .Gresory. '1 other sufficient security by applj. Caner Clocks 'repaired. Give me ED1,. FOX. Grand Knight.,
furnished if desired. Ring phone 771 lime rock quarry 'on premh !s. For Tarf-and. : 557. ... 6feb2w lug to 'Thos. Pebley; corw. Palafox and ycur old chairs to cane. AH work Recorder.

or call at lIt R Belmont St 2feblmWANTED further particulars! address. -Mrs. L Point.. Fla. ", ... 'r'' < Romana._up stairs._ITnov-ni. guaranteed. :206: Tarragona street. .

Wlselogle, Marianna, Fla. J7Janlm* WANTED-Manager for HOUS1.N&: 222 and, 104 MONEY TO fdsND-On good real estate Jfeb-lOts Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F. ft

-To buy old gold and} silver FOR SALE.-Second hand BabCOC'buggy we wish to locate.here in. SpringSt' : 0ood Ulo'cati6n. Spe- t security .Or on good collateral: -The owner V will not be responsible Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L O. O. P.

broken up stuff regardless of rubberS tires, I in tlr t- lass Addresswith; references;; .. rates to.partks! or cluhs. Apply at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. NOTICE for debts contracted by meets every Thursday evening at 7:39/ '
izp. Cash paid. .LIghtman & Klein .:, W. J William 222' NI:, I at the hall
condition. 'For information telephoneNo. ri .Wholesale,Housej- \ Spring St. Fisher building. '2lJan the captains of the schooners Kate, new on West Garden
H1.)': E. Wright. Ifeb street. Visiting
51.FOIl 6feblm V ':: MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal Fay Alabama or- Sallie Guy; H. Jer- I invited. E. brethren cordially

WANTED.-Real Estate for sale orrent WANTED-At once-house.. RENT-Furnished rooms for : property on short notice., niga'n. owner Portland, !la. Sfeblm J. NEVILLE Secretary.GREENBLATT-
V ; lea a or exchange. Your buslni SALE.Most beautiful residence ply 229 N; Spring St. with or1 without board. No t Terms easy. J* W. Bullard, upstairs: T .
that the Ferry
s respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson block in Pensacola; overlooking the ; housekeeping. Apply' 310 West 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. This is to certify REBEKAH SISTERS.
bay and Bayou Texar. Magnificentlive W.-\ TED.-Boy about "s Pass Inspectors and Shippers Association
Real Estate ,Agent 22& W'f Gov- i Jan2Mmo finer
V Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah
not responsible for tha Sisters <
learn glazing- Apply :Sli are
oak magnolia and other shade '
rament stjeet Room 7, Salisbury ''
I UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan of their in- meets every Monday night
trees. Ideal 'location for Co. 29.J East Garden. ," following boom receipts at
home hotelor .
:>mldin [ AND LODGING-New furni
.: {;.: Phono 11:. 23jan sanitarium., A C oa all kinds of personal property. srectlon: Receipt No.. 1347, of G. D. 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F, HalL Visit.,
: ; Binkley. large, clean rooms Terms rea
KODAKERS I Any intelligent person Special rates to business men on lari.elcans. Bobbins; receipt No. 1348 of Fca':1nand ing sister cordially; invited to be prea.,
!get Kauffman's pricesfor : FOR ,SALE-House at Goulding on i a good income:: ,Apply Mrs. C.. C. Brock 103) The New York Loan Co., 204 H Hassell; receipt NO. 1295:: of Qhas. ent MRS S. DeTIIA YEa.

0111(1( cheapest developing in and city.finishing.Romana East and I hard road, 4 rooms bath and kitcn-I newspapers. ; no ('anv using: : Intendencia St. 18jan1m* South Palafox, Snowdens_ Ferry Pass Inspectorsand :'U MAMIE: FREEMAN. Secretary.

J 4 afo1.. en; nice 'stable. Strictly cash. M. i ence unnecessary. Send for .-A few boardsrs.! at 212 W. Shippers Association, by J. T. ,-- I
20 Janlm ,lars. Northern Press Jan28Im M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets tint and
's. Borras Standard Oil Co.'s office : New _house good neigh Harper. Pres. third '
: FOR RENTFOR Wednesdayevening at
N. Y. 7:30
ckport ,and car' ine. 12janlm* I p.
\XTED.-SE.'Cond hand furniture Pensacola, Flat SOjanlm on AHco W. Her'man Vt
V DRESSMAKING-Mrs. 'm.. Rafford Hall, No 10. Weat Intea.dencia .
IInd !household articles of all kinds V WANTED. laborers, w ) TO RENT, with without opsnsd a ftrst-c!iSiJ dressmaking street ..
or has
Two residence
three RENT story
Kir' FOR SALE-Two or, wagons, Apply factory of I
ca-h. A'ddress P. O. Box 353. r per day. sidence.. 10j E.Intendencia. .
22 E.- Garden. ISJanlm at her r Ar-G. FELL
I 7Jaulm drays and horses cheap if taken :Fertilizer Co. with all modern conveniences shoP \ Pres.
within..a :fw1ya, Phone. 614 orfap- i FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. ncr Spring and Strong.Sts.: Apply C. Laiies invited! to call. J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. V

WAXTEDTb'e public to know that ply'al'1Gf'/.Reus.t; 27 Jan. I furnished. fClean- and nice H. Turner. _ _ 9feb. 31j n3w* W.O.w.. -

old newspapers can bo bought at LOST postofflce. Apply at 128% E. :FORS.kLECIIBAP AT 'WARRING-- STEAMER CAPT.: FRITZ, J, M Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. U. W. 3 '
ll t is! offit-e for five cents a bundle. They FOR S.\LE.-If you have-$8.000 to insi"in'a street Mrs. B. M, Trainer. with master. "Pass nsers and
TO -:-<>ne four room house Rogers, meets in Py ian Hall 1st and 3rd
TO all clean and nice. saw mill proposition-worth LOST-A petition containing .. V service between Pensacola I
I fropt and back gallery: only one year Freight Wednesdays in each month. Visiting 4
$10,000. write Lock Box 26, DeFunlakSpring3 of signatures of.value to> Fla. At Baylen street 1 V
old. Apply to G. R. Wilkins. and Freeport sovereigns cordially invited.F. .
W.\XTED.-Electrie work of all kind. Fla. This will stand the own'er. Reward for return to newspapers at five cents a bundle Wednesdays and Saturdays.
SfebSw" wharf A.
L-t us clean' your fans reair your closest investigation and'the first man this office. They are all clean to BOGHICH. C. C.
office.V I others desiring see .
Tourists and Clerk.
LESLIE E. BROOKS.
,
damo da jour wiring, etc Pau3 with the money gets. it. No time to nice. t FOR RENT.-Elefeant 2-story 8-room Interest on Choctawhatchle ,
;u. Peulc"la Electric Co.. 2C5 S. waste ,wllh agents-ar tritl rs. 24Jan LOST-One rhinestone comb HtTEL.--Open night and day. cottags at 318 West Belmont St. Apply places and of Santa Rosa Sound. should i Woodman's Circle. ,
Palafox
Ba Bay
ly on
I 1(11.SECOND street Walt: ingfaham at Star Laun '
to W. O. W. C., Oak Grove No.4.
rates for ,
Rooms
FOR, SALE-TOne choice flock on top room 211 Thi3sen building. an plan. light and make this trip. Special par.
dry. 25Jan .
HAND CLOTHING WANTEWIlithcst of the ridge east of the electric reward. Transient trade solicited. ties of ten or more. For rates or Woodmen Circle met every Thursday 4
price paid for gent'sClothing railway, between!; 7th and 8th streets. S. Palafox. J&s. S. Nlcolau. FOR REST.-Elegant two story store other information, apply on board or: 3 p. m., :d floor! Pythian Hall, over .
ouly. Also sell .second hand has favored this section and it I.osT-A short. dark room in new Star Laundry building address P. O. Box, 6S! 2,Pensacola, Fla.27Janlm Pqu's stable, on Intendencia street. :t
OOd3.. Nautre the opera I house Saturday : Visiting sovereigns cordially invited.Mrs. .
No. 0 E. Intendencia. be 'duplicated. .A. V. Clubbs. E. Garden street. AppI/ Walker In-
cannot Finder1 will please return to
graham. Star Laundry. 22dec.A Leona Langford Guardian; Mrs.
Jon PRINTING of all kinds wanted FOR SALE-Beautiful- Hock In New caniz St. or phone 1139. : Found R BI GUAM_ has storage room for :JOHN FLO. Boot :and Shoemaker. M, B. Olsen. Clerk.

by tho MayGS Printing Co., 24 W. City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.\: LOST-Ladies watch; :r [ rent; suitable for furniture; or other Fin custom work to order; repair -, -, J

Government bos Phono 181. Only the .Apply.to.A.. M. McMillan, Court Houaa, Hooton's Pharmacy for ic -Young female hound puppy. goods 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. ing; material and workmanship guar- .1
of call 120
me a
work. give
idec'AXTED.Hul1ng laugFOR ;Me.L4it: ":, ,. phone 1230.: V 8feb3t Phone 630 30nov antesd. Please lrofessionaIDirectoryTHOS.
; .. E. GovernUlent street. Phone 1086: .
and transfer SALE.-10 room, bouse.. corner -- -- ____. _____ __ ___ ____ 27 Jan 1m f
---- ---- ----- ----n -- n
work. Office phone 363; residence lot 3 blocks from _Palafox lot 96x i PEBLEY, 1
rSote' :90. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. 192 on car line. For particulars inquire I THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO.
Tarragona St. %5mar. -Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan wholesale and retail manufacturersand LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND

A.'iTED.-The Co. wants Merchants Transfer FOR SALE.-NIce_ clean, newspapers Some .Special i l Bargains in .Real J Estate. bed dealers springs.In Second cotton mattresses hand furniture and PALAFOX COLLECTIONS AND ROMANA. i j' '

All breakage your moving and baullng. for sale., Only 5c .a bundle. They I bought and sold. Upholstering and repairing PHONE 559.
guaranteed.. B. Thor-
Len make good,wrapping paper, and are a specialty: 114 E- Belmont
_PTOP.PhQfl6 978.ISJunelaa.. just the thing"to"put) .under matting.NORMANS" i St. city. Phon 771 C,' T. Davis,' .
MATTRESSES RENOVATED. We: make a car.offer! ; qf 7-room ::and.hall house on the southeast corner of 16th< .street and 18th avenuo I7janlm
tick) furnished .desired, .All don PILLS.-Just received i I! with 3 lots. This Is 'an Ideal suburban :homo fruit trees. stabl;. windmill, tank in house, everything con. ,Mgr T O.YATESMD
'Cathartic. 'For
"> Rood order on short notice. Leave 55,600 Compound I ,,veaieut and new. The house;; and imprbvments could not be duplicated for {t-b price.*.. ..H...*. 2500.00 CUT FWWERS-Ordera promptly ,., i '
ders at Green & Watson. Phone 'sale! at The" Alligator- !and West End ,V Three tots .on the southsiije ofcCervantes street.'b tween: 8th and' 9th' avenues;,120.:! feet front by 137..feet filled for roses, carnations flowers J
33-:? 4feblm Saloons. IBnovlm I .S inches in depth. We defy you 'to find three cheaper lots In this section than these at V-.. *. .. .,$650.00 and designs of all kinds., Miss\ Bertie OPTICIAN :

FOR SALE-7-room house 'at Gould J A 5-room and. ball 'house with:G.tots on the southwest corner of Wagner and XT streets This Is on& Smith.. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone. 65L 306 THIESEN BVILDIGN 1
\\.\XTED.U kinds of plectrical: In'g Apply to F. I. Askergren.1 "of the higaest poiat ifl' the cUyy, well "drained, 'a fine garden, chicken 'ho se.and. table, ..V'. $1000.00
workI sell all kinds of electrical 2Sjanlm ,TAILORING; I... Diamond, Tailor.

batteries and other electrical supplies. Guiding Fla . *. FOR RE T. *V '- Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and .l_ HICKS* I

When W. Peake:you need, me Star ring 345 or build-955.E FOR SALE.-Improred' and unimproved -I .715 N. naJen l St.. ... -... ?*-V .. \...i'......$35,00 721 W. Main St.. ..'t. .. *, .... i.i.....h.$12. repaired on short St.notice., Pensacola No., 11% CAPUDINE V

lug, E. Garden.new Laundry ISdec."WANTED property in 'all parts of the city.J. .N. E. corner, Baylen and D?So o..-.,:;.'.. .. ..$35.00109 1 E Zarragossa.. t.-, *. .. ,. ,,a .> .. ....$12.00 West Government IMMID1ATU.V CVRLSm.Tol2novJ.S "
A. Wihon!&'Co.. Real EstaterAgents! : ,! Cottage on Bay Shore.... .. .'. ,. -'\! ........$25.00 107 W. Chase St..V' .; .'.'.. ... .. ........$20.00 idec.ii FI2..1 HEADACHESr.&itaupCOLD

-To loan money' on your Room 7. -SaIisbu!r.- 'building. Phone I .Cottage at Flsherville/ ... .. H ';...-;;...,..$15.00 908 E. Belmont. .. ;',c.. '.. 'b i ;'.'S' .-.-.. ..$-7. 0 ; PORTER, sailmaler, 716

Watches Jewelry and personal ef-- 172. : : 23jan Cottage at Fl heVllle..'.. !.. iV: ..';V....;,......$10.00 I 111 Donelson., J ... ,i .. .r .... .. ..$ 7.00 Palafox street.. Orders taken for a $

f.cts. Highest cash price for old gold I 240 E. Intendfncia.. .. .. .. ,'; ..'1..i ... ...$22.50 1101 W. Government1. ; ,. .. ., .. ,.. .... $ 8.00 tents awnings, camp stools and house F'Tw
and silver. Llghtman & 106 E; Prices. j-easonable. Sljan. B"to*. AI Dr.-..
Wright V Klein Itch : V Are you satisfied: with your! reijt returns?, We. make the collection-of rents specialty. Give us a trial. cots. etc.
V V FOR SALE You will be pleased. &*' -' ,' V T V r

VTAXTED.A. RBlngham want* Beach Haven, (he'coming suburb of I] :Money at th lowest-piarfcet .rate ,of interest on improved-or vacant. city property, -- ; Safes! Safes! Safes! J V"

your moving'and hauling., He gua "Extensive improvementsto 1 n i ._ W M H M M ESGIMBI& OYSTER DEPOTS
'Pensajcola. :
,
tQtees. all break :e. Phone 630. be .made this year; Street car line?t : 'U 'Buy Diebold Safes! '

Qt'IC'K DELiVERY-Hauling of all guaranteed l In the'near future. 35.00 The FlahereaI Estate, Agency Phone 1210.

kInds soilcited;'movtn of furniture.! for beautiful waterfront t lots. This; Scarritt Moreno: ,Fine Perddo{ Bay r.lan! n.tt.ElcaD'bla
a nf'Plalt.t c East-HlHv Transfer.Ccv| price for a'shori time only.: For further -* V '-", -" "ir -.'f'7rt- 2O6., Sout'oC: Oysters at reasoaable"jrfces.C.TabarrasV&Co..
(it. particulars call -on or write to .
denc9 Phone 454k office Phone I -- Agent.
au. V 14Janlmj PENSACOLAINVESTMENT CO.I .V .
.
f VS ,,-
.
;ii,
It'
V ? V V ,1
'
-
-4 V


-



t
1 \\ t'
: -
a ..

PAW THE PENSACOLA, J,JOURNAL' FRIDAY MORNINaPE'RRUAR.V. I "', :1 908 .._" .. 4

. -.- .- ,
-4.. .._-...,. .. ': : -.
_
if.
r' > J .
'
.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I '! McMillan r J Bros. :Co. .... ., -- -L _

tJ tit 011119': .. .. 1 I
.. ". !i When: :Securities Decline in Value
:: ,
Unseen TRANSACTS MUCH BUSINESS whisk I .. V' X. .
f :
I .. ''11'- .' I 21 thc'inveitment above all others that is safe

I' a : beyond a'l: pradventurc-unshrinkable

,
Apparel. Resolution Passed Praising( the Work,, Done by Dr.r ',\.Warren ,E. Anderson "htr&slortirig.good ".:"- : :alwayi! iQrh'l00' cents. on the dollar is

t I :
'

: During ,the Time that Yellow Fever r 4 atyoif .# ,)JLE'AAMA.AMRKB.TS. A Policy. .in The' Equitable.KnowlesBros.. _

_____ .ti -! -
cheer '
I Existed Here. -
I. I ura Genii Agts.
DO YOU REALIZE ;HOW I .
; andsatisfaction Fire, Ltfc.{ .-- l" Pensacola

t. < MUCH YOUR COMFORT DEPENDS ... THE SECRETARY WAS.INSTRUCTED ., t
I -
-
t. UPON YUR..UN.. TO INVITE'CHAIRMAN HULL' REAl ESTATE ." :Naval Stor,.. -

I ;' ; _3XSXttsttttB8maa:3m33ssssttUr. .. .... ....... _' ns' '- .'
when or .
SEEN APPAREL? HOW I IT TO VISIT PENSACOLA_ AND VIEW you "Savannah",,:da.. .FDI :*.-ft"* fl %al 'I .... ., N8.A.OOc..A; ,
: stores' market closed .t today as follows! ] :

I: ALTERS YOUR ENTIRE PERSONALITY ; THE PROPOSED_ CEMETERY: I drink **... .; :... ;'- :,:!. ;. .'..::815Vo. IronWorks:; and Supply CO.i
tRANSfERS "
.
;! IF IS IRRITATES ROAD IN ORDER THAT AN APPROPRIATION -: I IPrtkU1arIypleaSiflE ;\ .. ./?:,.6 10 ,
.' 5. 85M : '"' and Repairers
old joe' N ,.- Manufacturers 1 j
} OR DOESN'T FIT? .MIGHT BE SE. ; w .,' ,. *.$ 35 MACHINERY AND' BOILERS
Following is a list ot- the d eds recorded i ': because .' .- i.. : .*.. -.5' 10I FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES a 3
APPRECIATE .
i- YOU WILL CURED. ,
I yesterday: .. reported by the it's .. .. .4 40 .
good--enormously
OUR PERFECT FITTING UN" Pensacola Abstract: Co:.. 4 always H%;. ,.... .. ..' ,-3 80 \ STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY g
I II Frank Slgari; and :Josephine SIgarito popular. G.. ,. _. ........ .. ,... .... ......3 45fr \ Prompt, attention given to ail orders day or sight. Agent iv.
I DERWEAR AND THEIR I A regular meeting of the Chamber F. R Jefferson lots ::312. 33. 34, full mcasur CMvemcnt package I'.. ,.3 40 -. for James'McK>v &'Co.'s ce.ebr&ted Las and 'Timber Dogs, alan ?

I!of Commerce was' held: at noon )'es.1 I :5. and 3.$.. block .:169.' water front, moderate price-sold everywhere i E.. ... ,*..- t... -.' 3,35 to'3 40 Chains of all descriptions. .
c- SMOOTH VELVET FINISH- ': President : presiding $1.00 and other ,. .f. Office Pho123.. PHIl. WITTMAN Mg,. 8
terday. Mares considerations fI b.. .. ..... .. ., .335to340
IT'S MADE FOR YOU. PER I and a large'number niemberj being I! W. )Carney to Joseph': Davis N & "b & b" atlanta C., ',.333Sptrits ; Residence Ptone 1029. I P- 0. Box 123.jAIJS'tE'Y /

I present. The following report of,.'tae :of S. E. % of .'.ec..1 T 5. Nfl 3J rTtrpenl.ne'63cehts.j.,' ., D1't "\\i'
I Special 'committee appointed"ati::-the AVless, 1 acre dedfd(for? a. school. 79 ..--- -- -- --.- --.------ .
''i SUIT-$1.00 TO $6.5O. I meeting of January, 18th to drawsuit- I acres, $49500Thos. :.. : .l. ':' Market- ...'. .............................................
:
;; I I able resolutions of thanks to,'and conI C. .Watson to_J aiah5fUchaSrdson 1 Pensaeo1).Cetton I
I fidence Jn,' Dr. Warren E. ..Anderson i N.* V'. of l lot 7 'arid all "of lot .8, C. Gunter Elmore, F. O. B. cotton
agent for Escambia county of; the]l y block 37. East KJng Tract, $1 O.O.l'( Morris Dannheisser broker: gives, the following quotations,' s COMPANY]

State Board of Health, for his untiring I' Alfred Bryan. to Lee Daniel lots 11a'nd' 'February'' 8:. > ,
zeal and efficient work during the I E. 'of lot \2. block 151r New (Formerly Dannneisser Bros) I Good .MuUUns. ..... .*' .. .. ...107I .
The John White Store fever epidemic of last fall, was sub- I Cit>", Tract $1.00 and other considerat'ons -.I Pure Old Rye and. Bourbon pint i'Strict Middling. : .,. .10% .

mitted unanlmou3ly adopted:! ,..to- : Wines. Beer and Tobacco., :I Middling... .::. ., .. 10V4J : :COMMISSION BROKERS i j
'
I S".c/.Il. In If.,,'. W.a,. wit: I: Maria Sheppard to Lee Daniell. lot: OIdHlckory J trict.Low,Middling,. ..*.- *4 ,
Whiskey My Specialty
: IS. block 18, New City- Tract. $1.00' W .Middling' ; .-..., ., ..10 : '
205-207 S. Palafox Street. The Report. and other considerations. 12 W. Zarragocsa Street ,
Pensacola Fla, Feb. 8, 1906 : I PENSCAOLA. FLORID. "IJ Stains .and tingea to 1 cent lower.,, 11 WEST 1NTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOIA, FLA. i if |

Phone 225. To the Officers and Members The ,: "}Iy child was burned"ierrtbly: about: .

Chamber of Commerce: the fac' neck and chasU I applied; ,', 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2.TO JAPAN! AUSLEY. LeOS REPORT ,
Wires
0 and
I Private N. Y. N. j
f Chicago.
We, your committee appointed: to Dr. Thomas Eclectrlc Oil,. The pain I', Uuder np rijr 'mni g.m draft resolutions and a vote of thanks ceased and the. child .sank:into a rest Tours Aroual the World (fl.Jas..peb..t. .
I Annual I I ..... ................. ......... .
to,,and confidence m. Dr. Warren ,E. .ful sle p. -Mrs. Nancy M, Hanson, Orirat'Cralae. Kebruary", IrrqgrunN .. .I.I
Anderson, State Health Officer for Hamburg, N, Y.. .Free. "-' 'I F b,.MM..,,.?.,.,.............-......., I.I.COTTONSTOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS j i
..
valuable FRANK C. CLARK,96, Bway; New Y irk X ar.--April....-.' <.-...,;.:.........aJt ,
Escambia for his
county, ser NOTICE' AprU'Xsy ..............;...'....._......b..:s."U .
vices during the yellow fever epidemic Tourists excursion that was to JIaT..tIlIl'.......__............::0...............J.14I8S Bought'.and'Sold on"Margin or' for Investment. :
last fall beg leave to, report as follows The Jnns-Jsly: ,;;...;....._......44.....;..... I' -
; i be today is postponed indefinitely. Florida and r AlabamaLAND lu.fi.: ,.. ",zo, Q....:\_...&................ ',88.i. .
The qualifications necessary in an1!I .rvt.Beptunber" ,,._..,...S.84Bept I Reference f :; First.National! !!.and Peoples Banks._ Phone 1173 |i
efficient health officer are varied; he Taliaferro and Congressman Lamar COMPANYManufacturers mbr-O tob.r .. .543Octob
must be a man of ability in the dag-: 1 resolutions protesting arainat the .r-foTmber ......... _....,5:i ltl .................................................
nosis of contagious diseases; he must of $ov.iabr-Deo.inber.3, .... ,... ....5.60DerMaber.Jsanazy. -
--a. PREPAID toe a man pre-emlnntlj( of honestyof I passage The secretary of the Ta'lor'bill reported that .he' was and Dealers fa a ..'...... ...:...;.'.........:- ".. ." '" ..............................
:
purpose in his. dealings with the engaged compiling data bearing' upop LUMBER..SAWED.CYPRESS SHINGLES t:;
diseases the public and public funds; the practicability of'securing. government .KILN-DRIED SAP I Cn; ; I.I.LIGHT.'THE HOME \
I
.
I :
he must be a man possessing tha uui aid in cutt'ng a canal from tae: I York !Market i

i flinching courage of his convictions head of the at the entranceto I Open High Low C'Oei "
\\ a \willing to do his duty :regardless oft i iI big lagoon. ". 'j i:lOroh:... ... 1085 10'M 1089 lo.sI I.
Pensacola harbor to connect with GAS.
the harsh criticisms the time oft : : I MAY.........,..10W 1093' laS5 10V2 .WITH .. |
I at Perdido bay. In ,connection .., .
I this 1\1 SHIPPIN NEWS 1.1,;:,............. 11.05 1108 1ft.III! hill
I friend' and foe; he must be a gentleI letter vas read from' Captain J.. ,p. October., ..,-.._:......to.s11).42 1033 1088
lD z I man on all occasions approachable I Cavanaugh. Corps of ,Engineers U. S .. It makes a ,brilliant, though soft and ;mellow :
I l 'NewYor:: ; 8pota.1U5New
: 'kind and considerate: although firm In. Arm ", in of' harbor work at '
charge
} i light which not bard on'the It's safe, :
DELIVLRD his actions to 1- FOR Pensacola promising his cooperati6nin .. ,,Ari I.' r '
; and convenient. the for the :
('the greatest<< number, and this irre- the project, provided the statistics .4 I t : Just thing ,

.J. I 00 member specthe of of the the community personality! ; of and any he), being gathered' by Secretary ,Jon!s Wm\Gamma.. S. Keysei Ger; a&,,.Go.' Berg. Funchal to :': .'Op n Wheat Hltrh'. Low cr. ..eJla'I : reading table with a portaEt i gsiamp. The :

must be a student of contagious' diseases demonstrates its feasibility. -.r-fl-v .. !:"i 85S '84$i '84% Welsbach! single arc gives about :four times the :
Upon motion Secretary Jones was Vlta! ., ..
Ii .LS.J"aRT.: ; -8N < i E3
:
and sanitation, so that epidemicscan directed to extend his statistical research I light of the ordinary:: .open tip and with ajriaU.er t

I CHAS. BLUM &CO scientific be handled manner.in the best known. i to include a ,canal from the Alioth'" Dutch 5te.mshts ss, Mulda; ,c. 198, Rotterdam .> ; Corn. ; consumption of 'gas. Ask; us about it* :
western shore of Perddo! bay to the '

: 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST.. lieve All are of these possessed qualifications: and exemplifiedby we be-I eastern shore of Grain Mobile, bay. Beta,- to Ger order.ss, rrg. 1019. StetUn'toPensacola' ..,.....'...._.44()pfna''t filch 44',. ;- Low 425 i CW'44-4)II. )< f

: 'JACKSONVILLE, FLA. our county renresentativs of the A Hay and' Inpector. 'of Lumber Co. & Jal7---: ... .44!%! 44% 44>< "'i Pensacola Gas Company \j1u
: petition signed by a majority .
,
State Board of Health Dr. Warren E. Eastlands.. Br ss" Thomas, 2001, ." :
the hay and grain dealers and brokersof ..
I Tam pi co.. :jS. .f ,. New York Stock Marketn4 .. '
Anderson. '
V GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST Upon the discovery of suspiciouscases Pen acola, for the appointment by I. Gracia. Span sss'Ruiz: 2021. Cienfuegos. ,- : Op. 'n Close : Phone 14'ti. .: 24 and 27 E. Garden-Street. 3 3highd
SUITED_ WITH A the Cnamb of an official bar an1 to Gulf Transll! C 4 Southern Faeifle.......? 67 Ae i4Copp
of yellow'fever here last August -I grain Inspector was presented and Hatasu Br 8s. Masguand. 2160 New rw..jM..A........__ 1h4."'. b" 114A .....\..............................................:
he promptly notified his chief of j read, and upon motion duly seconded, : 8.R..._..145 145 I
I CERTIFIED CHECK{ the fact and,later developments proved -I the office of Hay and Grain Inspector Orleans to Gulf '>CoHelsinberg. ; Ate ..,..........,.?, .,... 91% nAB / '
; his ability as a agnostition: of of tire Chamber of Commerce$ of Pen- Swed'ss: l.t.,' Sciel. 1423 .-' ....-..,.... ... Wl.. MBH:, I .idue to "IBe"'be1tnr'cab'rs, out

5c CIGAR. this diaase. j sacola was created and the president'I Huera., : R.RT.' ....:.................. S4( tus there were heavy realizing tales
His honesty: of purpose in the handling 'authorized to' appoint the inspector] Klrkswood. Br BS.., Larson.. : ', 2095* Lon-B.. A 0 .. lisi H3;'4 around the :opening by scalpers wh! ?r
don. *
All the qualities of fta of Erin.- .....
ror.aroma the disease, the public and 4t\! 46 '
I upon the petition of a majority had the market for tJlrn1cno"wlng
j bought
Secunda. Bu tDotanelson.. 1309 O.J'.1 ':t .a
color and material public funds. shown
goo! is is by his! personal ti
embodied In It. inspection of suspicious offever merchants and brokers i or-tht'j Tenereiffe to :rJJ e VrvKeyier' Co. u:8..\.-..........t 44 .., 41.. smiTe reaction .was due after
every case
creation of the office 'of lupe VIvina. Span 8s.- ustinu. 1t83: Liverpool U.8., pr.ferred.......t: 109'i 104, so much decline: The be rs''W rc
during the early days of the I : ,
J The secretary suggested ;...._. '
,Gulf B.8- ;
to.. Transit Co. .x S4L4 84
1 A.Greenhut &, Co. epidemic, the' practical abandonmentof ,might prove effectual 'in securing the l lf Wermland Swed tSs.Anderson. 1473. L.A 1f..,..,......- 15W4 1494Le confident and freely expressed themselves -
; OISTRIBUTORS.: his pruate practice and the carrying ,f passage of the National Cemetery Tampico' to Pen.aoolaaLumber; So. .d,"..,.......,. 91 ftp:; that lower- price ,was inevitable -
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. out of the' orders of his chief in road bill if Representative Hull of I, .,.....t..................... 177 l e"4" to, the discord in the
relation \o the public. As to his honesty -}tlowa, chairman of the Military' Affairs '!hlpa.' P'O.-:...... 41 f; owing
1 in the. handling of public funds Committee of the lower house of A Ton-Jtal ship .\eno,' 1601, QeooA. c-a.ae.......,............. 11.t 11iJ1. south and hammered values without
there is- congress to' Rosasco Bros ;J .., ............. small ailf ce. Thereis
L: no VV-OC>D and anyone else Is challenged to show I jsacola at an early date. with Senator I I Casano\a,' Ital : bk, Avegno. 106J. P.O j...... .9> SIllB'P'O..z. no question, .in our minds., 'as to
that he was benefitted in the least in Genoa. v :1 ...... ............. 13thsPh. 1381_ their In
t I Mallory anj R|pi'es' ntatSre Lamar.j I I : ............... ...... '. being very nearly"arrect
Ml any particular by public! funds ( Elrira. Fort ship Rodnquee, 1489, $ 18.B l 4J-j
kinds that you want. and after during! and su :;ested that he be uthorlze.lto Lisbon to ordr. ..I, .;..,....;.............,..... r. 2; their calculations as tbecotIr3 of the \'\:
the epidemic except what Invite Mr. Hull Senator Mallory I : 'H...:..........._....:..... 40'i' .& market has plainly:shown in 'the last J. \
! was paid h'm! as regular or special and Mr. Lama to visit Pensacola as'' .5ara..1 1'.OL.---: .".;.,. ... 15Vi 1l8 few weeks, with lhe Cotton Growers

OAK AND PINE salary during ths: period. On tht the guests of The Chamber. of Commerce Ad le..Sw bkJaase9. ?,' Havana Penal,,"'.............,.. 14 >. I.H!. Association in New KEY OF SOLID GOLD CANNOT
J other hand his loss from neglect of. I' :Vr I II Due Cuiglni Ital .bk. Ollvari 125!, tiP.-. 1541 164 Orlans HEALTH'S. GATE UNFOLD."
! ::- cheaper than his practice was large; Upon motion unanimously :adopted Genoa to order. ; tor. and ;
you can buy We all feel! safe in the courage of Jones I I Gudny Nor bk. Saanujn, 82J. Hamburg holding But the gold can buy the drugs hon
It Secretary was d'rected ; '
1; anywhere. Any size Jo extend Ausley & !
Go's. Cotton
yOU Daily Letter. I wi'l' *
loosen cramp
Dr. a
Anderson. knowing that his all many
duty,I the invitations "' to master. : and
J t 't ,want. as he .pees it, will. be. conscientiously! On motion unanimously suggested.' adopted,.the Km.: na'- Dan. bk. Pedersen, '765 New York,. Feb. 8.- erpool gavea ccuth. or muscle. and health's' gat
1 I
performed Bahai. full response to. our advance of JCEerday no hand : roil wide open when ,'ou apP 1
i 1 E. ::6 SEWELL J0n: all occasions' Dr. Anderson is approdchable -I:I secretary forward to was Senators..directedtoprepare Mallory and Tal an-t Providenza.f t Ital 4j ok,. Obese lCa [ coming 9 up on spots and 6 to no -!" rightly. :Pure drugs, chem.ca'i.
,
courteous and a gentle-; iaferro and Representative .I Tonlo.Jtal.bk..Ienino.. 1032. Genoa. 8 'up,on tontracts. Private cables reported evidently toilet and si-k room ace* -
; I : Lamar. resolutions Genoa to master.ThomasItl'bk.. # heavy buying by Egyptian and Went up : s, perfumes soaps->verythlaf
Phone 614. endorsing the
Mallory NatIon.
I man.The epidemic 'of last rear was han! al Quarantine JBill. > Lano, 503, Naples continental, traders ana' stated that the jebilant { : : the bath or,shaving h* c.
died according to the latest scientific! The Schooners. spinners, were expected to remain the
"
: -7 meeting adjourned. '
't ,'. ,\, methods, and the happy result of practically Horatio,*L.*'Bak.f. !om's h, Mohr, good"buyers for some days to come. who is HOOTON'S PHARMACY,
J. >. stamping! out the Lease before 720. Lagua to J. At: Merritt ,& Co. Our markets opened some 10 polnUCOFFEE cj-op I
: Birth Place of Prompt Delivery.
: er prices
frost. 'was achieved.! The State
: Hoard of Health'came prompt! to the! trol what II PHONE 1100.
I
Best Clothesfor I rescue of our. stricken city with men HERBINE material --
i Renders the:.bile fluid and thus\ : : -- --
! and means for which more holding
our community]
1 is sIncere! thankful. and in helps tb' blood -to ftow, ;' it 'afford t t less ; I

lion with this work do .wewish: connE-c.I' I prompt _reJief: from ,bil'ousness.! IJ\df.t I verj Grocery Co.
gesioflslck: headaches, Wa b .
anj
, nervous
press our thanks to and confidence: In I I I Ii. |
i' our local State Health' TT1L and over.indulgence in food and drjnk. tlian the : 604 606 608 610 S. Palafox St.
Officer Dr
Warren E. AndersonRespectfully i. G. ,I* Caldwe1} Agt. '\1. K. and T '.11. : We::are the Pioneer ning Phone 725.
'1 II 118., 1903. "I was.sick for over two! to pay : ,
Fewest DollarsTHATS C. }.'. ZEEK.: Chairman.submitted I years with enlargement of the liver .Coffee Roasters of tainly not : : V. J.; VIDAL, Manager.

t WALKER LVGR\II\M, and spleen The'doctors did me no West Florida. of :
.
I
J.NO C. AVERY. I good, and I had gIven" up all hope of I .ft. wEll. that ; HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO

.. Committee..1 being ured, .when; ..my druggist, adris i ii ; divided : : EAT.
ed me to use Hcrbine It, has mademe I.cs-sarj f '
American Reciprocity Conference. i i Just Received:
I somd and. well."Oc,. Sold'by all!)McHUGH'S BLENDShave the : Lunra
Chunks, Halibut Quick
A communication from The American **| the
druggists.
i iI
I A STATEMENT I $i.:5 per
50 kits of fancy Mackerel.
Reciprocal Tariff nference requesting r I as the ,
<<' that resolutions be adopted When You Buy I I wish. : I II .
THAT SHOULD
INTEREST :
,
. : no equal. A trial a"A kIt.
:
endorsing the' recommendations of the"Chicago i H MOTICE There ; ; kits Salmon $1.25 per

f :> EVERY MAN AND BOY IN Reciprocity Conference held Get the Best. will l convince the con- mand all l' 50 kits halibut fins $1.25 and pert Soun\ I,

on August 16th last .was read and Ii's the in I. Pensacola. Fla., Feb. 8, 190. I roncesS" 50 kits of Cod Tongues
; RENSACOILA. WE Cheapest .the End. noisseur that 5 kit.Bloaters .
KNOW we : per
upon motion was referred / ? Milkers and Roes.
i 'T EY'RE GOOD THO OUGH. composed of the President, parties are picking up drft: make;no extravagantclaims. a Pickled Salmon Dill PickIe..
> Secretary and C. F. Zeek for Investigation -,I timber on the beach i inside the arbor, ent .

'I LV GOOD AND STYLISH AND and report at a future meet and offering same for sale, contrary to { 1 I declines I Feet SauerKrout.Pigs In kits. $1.00.
law, we hereby warn all parueq factors << i
Ck1
: \ ing.A Landreth'sNew I Manewal. aDd lAnge's Fruit
; AT A PRICE NEARLY AL. i communication was read from H. against this practice and will pros', I day's t t1onalBlscutt Go's ,Fruit Cake, :,*'
111. Thornton. .accompanjed by a draft cute to the? full extent 'of the law the I Wholesale and RetailG"AOCERS I qclres'c Ii\ .
WA.YS $2.00 TO $3.50 A SUIT pound.
,
:t of a bill Introduced in congress by next person or persons::.found doings}t : I I We' handle the celebrated blends 0;

t; CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN Representative Taylor of Alabama this. No.further*t warnIng! .'V will ,te, I IW routed by.the Gulf City Coffee
: designed. to place all American coast : given Pensacola Lumber Co.. by-J. !h'gher. ..'H. P. Chipman Manager.
1: GET ANVWHERE ELSE. HATS ing sail vessels and barges under the! Crop E.I Nobles; The,W.;'S. Keyser ,Co., vby j I strong: [ I' Oaxaca.,Sic lb.; Gold Standard, .*

1.. SHOES AND FURNISHINGSAT government. inspection service; to In- .. J.;S. ifcGaugnyi: Smith & Marzoni.. I. .and* all:!!. kinds. of Feed f entrr hi ; \ Diamond Blend. %5cJb; CoWta}
crease the crews 'of said vessels now '' t. representing/ M. Robinson, 'H': w '., :. any ;: 20clb.Stni .
'
required twenty-five per cent; requiring Baars & 'Co.. Rosasco Bros.VM Stuffs. sdrry to : : S*
: Uy frosh roasted and as
THE SAME RATIO OF .
Just .
Received.
' !said! vesseIsto bt equipped with ::- Wlttich & Co.',, PUlJwoodyAlken. TOw. staple : any Coffee sold in this city.
-
:1 PRICE SAVING. gasolIne: or steam engines for pump. .. .. Boat'Co. : ...I-. 'I Send us your orders and we *i" "*"
ing
and -
.. purposes sail-raising; and providing .. .. Pluto promptly.
.. that the load mark of all such -' CREW NOTICE. Waters Foley -

vessels shall be designated by the ., Honey --
i
"
government steamboat inspection Neither the captain, owners remedy, #

' when first built and by these inspectors W. A. D'Alemberte. A. nor: consignees of the '. merit ;.
; H'1 0. ANSON required to 'be lowered three British as HatasiuwUl' b T. Wholesale( and; Retail. ey and 1 PIANOS AND ORGANS. .

Inches 'ev ry three years from the .spoiuible ,;fo .-dfebts con. feted for CASH OR EASY TERMS.J

;r i, CASH ClOTHiER seventh year or: the vessel's ,'age. Druggist. H'. !! hpitbEiqTelephis t :. ftalle1.-i tractedby'!r the crew.- of said" New 'Orleans) Grocery-Co. ware Homey. of ; All CLUTTER'Piano Work& RUSHING Guaranteed., .J.

Protest, Against Taylor Bill. 1 .1OL ;
ST.
c: I. MARQUAND. age. .A.) 12. EAST GOVERNMENT
Corner Palafoi aid Uaio. Upon motion" ,unanimously .adopted i) ijtre Captain.. I Ja.'l McHugh stitute. I : PHONE 476. ..:J..
the secretary -was directed to prepare! 4 II.f GULl 'TRANSIT 'CO.. coughs' : '

t anl forward tq, Senators. Mallory an.!' 'J:;' t .t- ,j" Co..........!- s..., .-. 1- ;, in. .;I1'o5. PrQl2 leta druggist ... I Ir ', -i/if ii'J it ;

I .tonVt.4. '..
,.ao: 1 tc-; .:t. '!:' _.
'1..;.: l ..

4' ; if'<::.;: 'f )\ "., f. : '... ,' :': .
Of -;\: '
;.'- !j.... >; ',' '.;i' :'fA-- .: :. "4i';;: :_