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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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PASSED BY CONGRESS IN IViNNA"" OF DRAINAGE AND CAVE .


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Urgent Deficiency Measure Went( CAPACITY OF WHITE I Governor and State Chemist Stopin


Through Senate Practicallyas STREETS -;:-. Pensacola En Route to a

HOUSE Will BE TAXEDPresident
Reported. y. .'4 M J Tallahassee.


I Political Partisans Two Fact

HOUR Roosevelt Asks Kind Consideration C
EIGHT LAWSWith ''ions Clash With Fatal ARE ENTHUSIASTICOver


of Those Who Failed to Receive Results. .


Reference to Alien Labor on I 'Invitations( to Daughter's If eddin Cane Growers Convention and't,


Canal Caused Discussion. One Killed and Several Wee: Courtesies Extended Them.
By Associated Press. that
under existing circumstancesthe
Washington Feb. 9.-President invitations be limited to the closest Seriously Wounded.

TO MAKE Roosevelt has kinsfolk, personal friends of Miss I READY
AMENDMENT LAW IN. authorized the follow DREDGES WILL BE TO
Roosevelt and Mr. Longworth and _
OPERATIVE ON ISTHMUS VOTED ing" statement which was given .out certain, classes of officials in Wash! CITY PART-ICIPATED f : > START DRAINING EVEfKJLADES-l
OFFICERS IN
at the Mbit- House to-day: ington. No friends of President or
DOWN-NEW RECORD, IN SWIFT "President and Mrs. Rooseveltask )lr5. Roosevelt are being asked unless THE BATTLE DURING WHICH 4N SEVENTY DAYS AND NO
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the kind consideration of many they also come within one of .-.., ,
PENSION LEGISLATION MADE friends who would, under ordinary these classes, and even with these ABOUT FORTY-Sf10TS: WERE i1' TROUBLE IS ANTICIPATEDGOVERNOR

BY THE HOUSE-SENATE MAY circumstances, receive invitations to limitations the number of guests MAY ATTEND MAR-
Miss Roosevelt's wedding, as the threatens to overtax the capacity cf F4RED-POL-ITICAL I I DIFFERENCES -

INVESTIGATE COMBINE.By capacity of the White House required the White house.SUCCESSQR. iDI GRAsc.APTAIN'ROSE.. ,
CAUSE ,OF THE DIFFI '. "
I \
J TALKS OF SUGAR.
CULTY.y", .' a

Associated Press. I THE : y 6 CF CSjr .. ,
CHAUTUQUA C LI I
Washington, Feb. 9.-Almost! the ent OF '
} Governor N, B._ Broward and State
!;' '
Chemist IU EL Rose, arrived In_Pen
devoted to consideration of the urgent Ga. Ieb.
-9-Political
I Savannah :
sacola last night from Mobile, wherethey -*
deficiency appropriation bill which!
was passed practically as reported partisans of two factions. had' a .P'istoll I had been in attendance upon t.{
HI CARTER fight this afternoon in front or the city I
from the committee on appropriations. AT DE fUNIAK 'tj Xn tne Sugar Cane Growers' Convention f
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The only discussion in connection with hall "Babe" Dyer was killed Frank and! leave this morning for Tallahassee

the bill was over the amendment suggested Nagle, a bystander, was shot throughthe .JS'w. Both were enthusiastic over the,
by Mr. Patterson to strike out
eye and is in a critical'condition; .
convention and the courtesies extend.
me provision! relieving alien workmen .'
on the canal from the operation of the SPRINGS ON STAND Pat Kearney, a policeman: off duty at cd them while in that city and talked

eight; hour laws Mr. Patterson con I the time, was hot through_ the neck entertainingly of their visit to 'a representative ..
t'-mled that to require men to labor and C. H. Dyer was shot twice throughthe of The Journal. Both'

more than eight hours a day in the legs. -"" the ,gentlemen made addresses be

tropics was inhuman and argued that tore the ionvention. '
Hewitt
i "Snatcher": Dyer and "Togs" -
such; requirement would do injustice This Session Far Exceeds Former Maj. Gillette Testifies that Prices The Governor Interviewed.
BROW
to American labor. Several senators,, a private? detective, are under arrest t GOV. N. B. ARD. be In the
The looked to
on both sides of the chamber, controverted Greene and Besides these others are, under arrestor governor
Sessions in Line of Entertainment Charged by Gaynor pink of condition and his hearty handshake
this position. The amendment wounded. and greeting have not worn off
wa; voted down without resorting to a Were Less Than Paid Now.. Those who participated in the shooting NICHOLAS LONG WOI TH IS since the 'occasion of his last 'visit

roll calL were Harbor Master\ Jas. Me- to: P saoo1a. during -the gubernatorial

NEW SPEED. RECORD IN DcFuniak Springs. iFeb. 9.-The By Associated Press. Bride, Plumbing Inspector Richard ; I CONFINED IllS BED the substance campaign.of his When address asked at the for i

PENSION LEGISLATION Chautauqua Assembly- which is now 'Savannah, Feb. ,9.-Major Cassius iMcKecna and! .Jas. Lane, keeper t>f the : Mobile convention the governor replied 17

in session opened with bright prospects :- E. Gillette, who succeeded Captalaj I police stables. :
Washington Feb. 9.-Tho house today O. )r. Carter in command of the Sa- '-ROSPECTIV -HUSBAND MISS ALICE ROOSEVELT SUFFERING, Everglades ,
and 4he lectures, musicand It is not"deflnSrelyb"4 7n:who fired -' -- I : "Oh.t. just talked cane, and
ground out :its,annual, semimonthly other entertainments have been excel vunnah district and who1' unearthed1the : t- THAT HE WILL to them a' little?* *" +,
killed and COLD EXPECTED
the shots by which the oV SEVERE -
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grist of private pensions. passing In lent, far exceeding other sessions in alleged frauds' which resulted lufiie FROM EFFECTS of
Everglades
7! minutes 429 bills for the benefit of; that respect; for, as Is often the casein rourtmartial and conviction of,; wounded were 'struck as the shootingwas BE ABLE TO LEAVE HIS ROOM BY SUNDAY. "Governorasked, Drainage the

veterans barred for one reason or another an assembly of the luna'! some presentations -Captain Carter, was the chief witnessIn general and about forty shots made towarEhe
is bein'g
from coming in under the general from the 'platform were disappointing the Greene and, Gaynor trial todayAn were fired. "what progress
of his the cold became work of draining the Everglade
important feature testimony I' afternoon ag
statute. Seventy-five per cent._ of in their character but in a statement in regard to I. The battle started when three of I By Associated Press terday somewhat and there was along the lines advocated by you during
the beneficiaries are either blind or instance there has not been a single was gravated '
this : Feb L Representative
bedridden. This order with, \the ,vast difference in Greene andGanor's the. Dyers, it is alleged attacked McKenna : Washington, some fever. :Mr. >Il'gworthas tbe campaign ,
a' number
poor effort. Longworth of Ohio, whose' marriage of the tonsils "Well," he replied, "the work ii
for swelling
of minor hills and the passage of Tarr of Columbus.Ohio favor in prices paid ,' the others coming to the lat-,I suffering with a
I Dr. Alexander '' Alice Roosevelt is to. in bed since progressing as well as could be ex.
jetty work under Carter's administration teTs assistance. Political trouble to Miss and has remained
amendments to the was
two Philippine fine criticism on"Hamlet"
,
a
gave very I have two btg dredgesat
aaa' those paid other contractors time. Today the fever (disappeared pected. will
tariff of 1905! constituted transactions o'clock. take place one week from to-morrow, that
act the this afternoon at 3 ) the cause.' is better. work within the next seventy days
under Major Gillette's administration. and Mr. Longworth
of the day. The passage of lIon. Wallace Bruce who is recognized : I I I is still at the home of his mother in and the work will be carried along a.i

423 )tension bills in 72 minutes makes as an authority upon Shakespeare WILL REFUSE DEMANDS OF FIFTYFIVEAFRICANS this city. Mrs., Longworth stated fast as possible after they get

a new speed record in pension: legis pionounced it excellent.' Lewis Spencer DROWNED IN GOLD MINE'tonight, however, that his illness is started"
lation. Daniels arrived this morning and : UNITED MINE WORKERS not serious, that there is no reason "At what point will the work ba

will be the great attraction tomorrow. I By Associated Press I her BOXERS DESTROY ,commencerf: governor'
By Associated Press. for,concern and that she expected
WANTS TO INVESTIGATE There ale many young ladies visiting I "As soon as the two dredges are
RAILROAD COMBINE relatives and friends.. Among II Chicago, Feb. 9.-The Illinois mine Johannesburg, Transvaal, Feb. 9.-1 I son would be well enough to comedown ready: for work they will commence
them are the Misses Thomas nieces I operators at a meeting here to-day Fifty-five natives were drowned to- stairs by Sunday. at Little River; this isi[ in accordance

Washington! ,Feb.9-Senator Tillman of Rev. John Northcutt, Miss Davis, tray ,by the flooding of the South Rose Mr. Longworth has'bsen suffering with the original plans.."

will make an effort on Monday:: to secure of Montgomery, a cousin of Mrs D. I demand, deep .gold mine. ,i with a cold for several Gays and )'esJ MISSIONS AT No Trouble Anticipated."I .
the lines of of Suffolk..
an investigation on w Burke. Miss' Hon ard- --- understand there has been considerable .
the Gillespie resolution in the house:; Va.. a friend of the. Misses Skiles, opposition to the drainage

relating to a combination of eastern Miss Johnson, of Indianapolis: Miss -- scheme; do you think the opposition
railroads! under the management of Morris, of Chicago, and several others. .- : Jo to the project Is of a serious nature!"
the Pennsylvania railroad company The. ladies of the Presbyterian and J CHINCH P "The work Is being carried on just
He says a letter written by Governor Baptist churches have lunch rooms the same and I do not believe anything
Dawson> of West Virginia, shows a adjoining each other, and situated .s serious will result from the little .
situation that needs inquiry. within a few steps of the tabernacle, "- trouble we, have had so far" '

where they serve dinners and suppers l '..,i 2:" :':1 az. May Attend, MardI Gras

Nominations Confirmed. during the entire session. ...' ,, ,,::" .. ,,.',...._'. .- Damage by Chinese Fanatics The governor 'wa* asked. if be
Washington: Feb., 3.-The' senate in Hotel is resplendent .
The Chautauqua : ": 4a
'_ ; -a'r. ::- would be able to attend the Tensacola -
necutive session today confirmed the I of paint, and has ,.. ''
In a new coat which. ptTlTt :' : I.f .;f: ., ', Amounts to $50OOQ"American Maral: Gras and, after being Informed -
following nominations; I also been newly covered, with u' to the dates of the bis ; ,

Georgia: W. Akerman, Carters several other Improvements add ma- L1F Missions Uninjured.By celebration in bonor of Prisons.! Her,
vine j s. Garrett Columbus; H. D. terially to its appearance. There are ,01i
J (jLA stated that he would be very glad to
Bush. Covington; J. E. Poche. Washington many new guests enjoying its hospi attend but could not at this time,

I tality this winter. 'c Associated, Press. taywhether or not it would be pos I,
Soutn Carolina: P. B. Connor,,. The pupils and teachers of the High f sly',. ;Pekin, Feb. 9.-A ,dispatch from!I sible for him to do so. lie regretted
Greenwood; C. J. Purcell, New berry.DOLAN School and also 'thpse of the Public 1 Amoy today confirms tee report of very much that it was Impossible
observed today as "Arbor the destruction of the English Presbyterian in
School, for him to remain longer the cityon
'IDa-" as last Friday, which was really tt and Roman Catholic missions I this triP., but his presence at the
GETS OUT I II Arbor Day was the last day of the at Chang Pu.thirty. miles from I IAmoY' state capital was imperative and 'he
I by a mob described, as boxers.
I bi-monthly examination. was compelled to leave this morning
AN INJUNCTION Miss Mewbray, of Kentucky is vie .. The damage amounts to fifty thou missions at 7 o'clock
dollars. The American
sand
Mrs. O J. Brown.Dr.
iting her sister Captain Rose on Sugar.
B. McKinnon and : were uninjured.
Mrs. C. ,
and "
enthusiast
but sentimentIn Captain Hose is an oa
visiting relatives t .0.' :- : Details are lacking,
Milton "
,
RESTRAINING family, of ara the neighborhood of Chang Pu is the question of sugar and explainer
MINERS CONVEN this week. : :' : and It Is considered at considerable length the benefits
hostile to foreigners
of the T. I. A. association ; I .
The ladies to all producing
TION FROM INTERFERINGWTH strange that the American mi- that would accrue sugar
have given two delightful entertainments ''' t sections of tbe south by reason
;- ;, ; song were unmolested as the boy

HIM AS PRESIDENT.By held ,at lately.Dr. Henry's The first, the receptionwas secondat ...--..* '-,"_".. _,;:,",:{:" ..- ,_ :1', ,'' cott on American gooaa! is stron'3 of finished the convention its labor at which Mobile.has CaptainRose Just'

Mr. Thornberrs" and at both places h { SYU < ft ; ., ra :' there believes that refineries should'toestarted

the strangers and friends were de- $ g73ar ;_' : 7 ,throughout the sugar can eec-
Associated Press. lightfuUy entertained. The ladies l : TO INVESTIGATE ion of FtorWa: and is loaded down
PUtsburg, Feb. 9.-Patrick Dolan,,
expect to give a series of such receptions with facts and figures to prove that
President> of the Pittsburg district offa this winter, which will add considerably $such factories, or refineries, would<
miners organization was today I to the social pleasures of -- ; THE RAILROADS pay handsome profit upon the Invest
framed a temporary injunction re- A .' .... > ment.
ttrictins; tbe miners convention now our Mr.town.S. K. Gillis has moved into his t\\ -- .. ':': : Associated Press More Harmony Needed. '
: : By
:'a session from Interfering with his has been-recently \ ,;;. ..
which .
J The
new law office 7#<0 d' '" Harrisburg, Penn., Feb. "The great trouble" said Captain
'ro-n Power as president of the convention I finished Inside. It Is a brick structure e' : EL.IM1NA) ';' Pennsylvania house of representativestoday Rose, "15. that there is lack" of harmony
books .
of
taking possession;; the finished inside and At ,
beautifully ;: : : : adopted a resolution directingthe I in the respective sections. If ,
>M property of which he Is custodian! In office for1PETftian
the latest styles to
with
furnished attorney general investigate the planters would get together and
na from electing his sucessor as present furniture.; e stnE55 ? whether the railroads Pennsylvania present the advantages of their sections -

lag No time was set for the hear Tr IDEA were engaged in the mining business I to the capitalists at the same a

CARS -I : which is contrary to the state coast time guaranteeing sufficient of the 'i
t
SEPARATE .. tution. raw material to keep factories in
NEW operation after't they had been once established
OFFICERSOF
I FOR THE RACES men with money would not
}
?. JUDGES RETURN hesitate an instant to make the necessary
CLYDE LINE Jl l investment The farmers and

By Associated Press. iuj \\ ANNUAL PASSESBy the insure capitalists success'! must get together to

C., Feb 9.-The boardof : }
Asheville, N.
By Associated Press. t Farmers Must Get Together.
,
unanimously passed
*>** lock Feb. 9.Calvlnu in aldermen tonight J Associated Press
said Governor, Broward.
effective June 1. requiring "Yes,
and M. H. Campbell, were ejected re- an ordinance companies to .I' V" ; Minneapolis! Feb. 9.-All judges in "and a sugar factory could be established ,
*pecti\ely, of street railway henceforth
: will
president and treasurer and waiting sta.tlons : Minneapolis scorn In every community In WestFlorida
(he newly incorporated Clyde Steam- provide separate cars .. paast'sThe movement started -recently If the farmer themselves .
\ fine ...,. .
Ihip Company, which is of the for, whites and negroes. $ district bench of Henna. t
one Is provided by-the mould'; only get together. They can
'
dollars ,
Morse! lines. Mr. Campbell is president of twenty-five intoa pin county has resulted air judges. do it if they set their minds on the
of the People's line which operates against any person wljp# stall go for -IX: ,.THE GOOD OLD DAYS ,WE WERE' TAUGHT BUSINESS, LESSONS ENTIR ELYiI>lFFERENT.. FROM in the state sending back,their annual

fMmboats between New York car or ,compartment. provided THE ONES HANDED OUT TODAY.. 'f T -:' passes. _(Continued-oa< Page Thr**.).' ,
al another race.
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z : REAl ESTATE To Lunch
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-s I WHY NOT FURNISHJACOZYHOME .1 V HIS 'i. i MANY PENSAldLA PEOPLE FAIL I

HUNTING; i in ollrHandsome
TO REALIZE'THE SERIOUS _

__ I ? .1 : TRANSFERSFollowing.ts 'tom 25 .
TRIP /"ROY:: NESS. ". Cafe!

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:t not aside few aoHars.from a list of the deeds recorded Is to lunch in
Why put a yoUl..i c/I',". Jus, J'r .dip. !-. Backache is so deceptive.It Pen- peace and
February 9, reported by comfort and with
t earnings each week or month and payfor awell'furnished -O comes and goes-keeps you guessing sacola : thor
Abstract Co: ough enjoyment: The
+ home :- : The eligible bachelor'braced"himself it.,. F. R.' Jeffereson to Frank Kgarlt steaks ara sweet juicy
Learn the cure SHRUNK-QUAHTER SIZES
: o against, the shock'8u4'stoo4 It 'like'mm. a Nine ca'Jse-then fromthe lots 30, 1., 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 160, CLUPECO and tender the fish of the
times; ,out of ten it comes CLUETT, PEABODY 4. CO. I
: t Water Front SiOO, ,: OF CLUfTT AMe MOII..CH ..X.TSV finest flavor while the
kidneys .A.ue
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lie had been wandering along, the Scott If. Loftin to Clyde E. Wilson, coffee and chocolate
tl That Will Endure :> I That's why:Do'an's Kidney Pills cure. are
| ,totmtry road' for half tin hoar.,looking It lots 6 and 6, block 31. New City Tract always of the "anothercup

t: \ for, a field that mlgbt'proYe the.hlding Cure kijney ill from back- $1000 ani other good and lawful con !please" variety,
. every
side rations.
For Lifetime. : 1 "rabbils'Vhen
a place of many the 'thing ache to diabetes. '
Jacob Kryger to Jennie B. :Mayer,
occurred, Here's I'ensacola to prove it:
: ,J I a case all of block! 209, New City Tract on
: i i, '. From behind a'dilapidated old stone A. Oertinj, seaman, of 419 L. SL. condition that the owner sHa'I, not GOODSTEAK :. Hot Biscuits I Coffea and
Remember, you can buy now and pay later. i fence that' separated the:field from the tells how TO do it., He says: "From erect same less than : Doughnuts( at5. ) o'clock every

: 1L' Beautiful Suites of 'Furniture from $20 to : "adjoining wood, a*. gi'rl'came running my experience with Doan's KIJney! $1060 a in building value. $1000 upon and other valu- morning.

i $125. Rockers: SL25 to,520., i !pellmell! directly-Into. .the eligible! ;bach-: to Pills I can strongly recommend medicine'themj',able ccnsidsratJons -
1 :
in
elor's arms. anyone need of a good Hale Wilson, lot I.
: I L. :Mayer to D. 6'1
lIe got one glimpse of.a frightened for"the kidn)'s.. Kidney complaint I block 28. West King Tract, lOa an' I I ':
: I face before'she buried la the:rough: aai backache caused me suffering at'i other valuable con lderatons.! Kandy Kitchen i Cafe
MARSTON & QUINA Intervals for The first or second I
tl bees of his hunting coat'and clung-to years. (Correction in report cf Feb. 6th t ,
1i I him frantically. attack I did not mind, but as time| 1906)) Frank SIgarl and Josephine Si-

'i: 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola,,Fla. Ji I I '"lie's after me!"'she gasped., times went laid by they grew I could worse hardly and walk at gar! to F. R. Jefferson, lots 30, 1, 2, 3, tastes much better with some of our i I I I 104 S.P lafoL ,Phone 999

I i! The man's, face grew stern bei me up. 4. 5 and 6, block 160, Water Front. $land
and it was a difficult matter to *. French Mushroons and Artichokes. I I
; .010NNN1NONON000OO.ON100NONOOi NNN NON iI i i ir i brought Ills gun into amore .available! other considerations.
while the
straighten
I : after stooping I I
position,and fixed his eyes on the corner : kidney secretions were irregular andunnatura. Mushroons... .. .25c
-- -- Tar. Large size cans
Nr- 8'I I of the fence where_ 'the girl had ... Doan's KIkney Pills procured Pirating Foley's ,Honey and
Medium size Cans Muahroons..15c
H originated
I first appeared.. There,was a rattling of at Sidney Kahn's drug store, Foley & Co., Chicago, Professional! Directory
and Lung ......
i Honey and Tar as a Throat Large size Cans Artichokes 40c
No. S South Palafox St., cured me.
I NEW METHOD LAUNDRY \ M ,+ From personal experience I know that remed\" and on account of the great THOS.'PEBLEY
merit and popularity of Fotey's Hon FOR SALADS, FRENCH CAPERS' ,
this remedy; can be depended upon to immitations are offered :
fulfill made fort ey and Tar many LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS
the representations ANA;
." for similar sounding names. Be- Large size: Bottles .. .. .. ....25c COLLECTIONS
} E. If. LAWRCHCf. Proriel",. JVa 8 IV..I Roman. St. Pfc n. 188. them. The genuine: Foley
of
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For sale by all dealers. Price 50; ware Medium size bottles. .. 15c PALAFOX AND, RQMANA.
Honey and Tar Is in a yellow pack.ag' .
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cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
L Ask for it and refuse any sub PHONE 553.IG. .
New York, sole agents for the United
States. stitute. It is the best remedy for ROSENAU & GERELDS.

Under the and colds. W. A. D'Alemberte,
Again coughs

\.... tieLr&T HOUSE Management of 1 C Rememhef no other.:the' nameDean'sandtake druggist and apothecary. .. The Fancy Grocers, YATES M. 0


Phone 391. Pensacola. ,i
.
: Li) Mrs Helen Lewis : Trapped EJoh Bt
[ In "Jungle Trails and Jungle Pea OPTICIAN
: "Now, I wonder," be mused, "If that
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New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated. ple" Caspar Whitney tells of trapping 306 THIESBV BI/JU7IG/V/
little girl is so poor that a torn place
a herd of elephants and driving then
E Especially Convenient for Transient Trade. in a' blue serge, skirt can :worry 'her? tato the graaL Curiously enough the
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'' It's a shame!" He strode through the
OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT,. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. t tangle of briers, and dead weeds animals are quite docile until they'oncedlsCOTer This isThe HICKS
{ they are confined, whereupon
thoughtfully.
they throw,off their good manners and CAPUDINE
C e a
become rampant Mr. Whitney continues Season IMMCDIATU.T CIRES
: c ": : -:_ !- Next day the eligible bachelor's"vale\. : HEADACHES

.r 'went back to town, and his master established Some the fight
fight posts some one Breaks COLDS
I himself as a boarder at the another, in groups they surge againstthe For a Kodak.Let uv
IN 6 TO 12 HOta!
Jones farm, with only gun and suit stout sides of the inclosnre, grunting

: : BVGGIESANDWAGONS 1 1I. I case for baggage. prodigiously, and wherever a yen Trw I.tde Kk. AlDni&gra
t it be your boon companion
The gun was in small demand. There turesome spectator shows a head between on all trips. We

seemed much more pleasure in Jogging the posts he is charged. Not aC
have Eastman Kodaks $1 Dr. WoolfofsEoffi1PAINLESS : :,
along country roads mounted on clumsy
the herd are eo'! violent. Some Iiho'W'dJeir
and all Kodak ,
up sup opium; 1:l1d&iUllI'ielixluf
t ...TO BE... i farm horses and helping a girl regain ,perturbation by thrusting down plies.Coe's. cplum.eoealneornhiskej -
: her strength. She looked so tiny into their stomach resertoir and draw ,*
large boot cf '
and dainty perched upon the big horse Lag forth water which they squirt O PIU fltieuIargoaham.or I

I.. that the, eligible bachelor vowed to' over their backs; others express con .

t SOL'Q AT COST himself that be had never seen an tempt for things generally by making BookstorePhone AND B.e H. w'NL ,

p:' rLAn="YEARLING OA1T STOOD BEFOEItIISL equestrienne In Central, park that compared little dust piles, which tney'blw over Y/MskaiGure/ IWN.PrjorM.Atlanta, Gearjta.Nick's ..

L dead leaves-more noise, he thought, with her.' -" everything; in sight Including their own 235. 213 S. Palafox St.SEWING .
"Wouldn't' it' be Just lovely she,began' legs. Some utter the mouthing low

We have a few fine buggies and wagons in duce.than one The man's feet bachelor could possibly bad pro I one day' when' .they'had .stopped note; some rap the ground with their
eligible
never
, ,t stock which we are offering for sale at cost. before had an opportunity to- play I to regain their breath after a 'bonno- trunks, thus".knocking out several paseuliar Buffet and
lug race on their ,large limbed steeds, rattling crackling kIgh"mOte&.
''i Come and see them and get prices, or drop knight errant, but be suddenly feathimself :
"if
i one didn't.have to work for a living The calves squeak through their littli

t' us a postal and we will mail full particulars. I who had longing frightened to this kill glrLThere the ,scoundrel ?" trunk shrilly and frequently.Sick T a l Restaurant

His mind flew to his bank account,
: was another scurry of leaves, OD
enough to last several generations if a ; Headache.
and,then-a playful! yearling calf stood Is.the only place of its
I This '
man could only get his threescore and distressing! anD1e\ results
before him,. ing in the awkwardway 1 pran ten extended that long. from a disordered condition of the '
Iit PENSACOLA BUGGY COo peculiar to sporting calves withan it is ';
t "Do you find teaching so terrible stomach. All that is needed to effecta

t expression .In its eyes that seemedto "It's not'the work." She grew confidentiaL -. cure is a dose or two of Chamber.
wink at the man and ask if he didn't lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. In ,
"It's that I want
so many
a: 30 East Garden Street Pensacola Fla. see the point of the Joke. things' pretty;things like mme women fact, the attack may- be warded off or 'M4CESki1111 A Pride to
'
,
The eligible bachelor stared, then let greatly lessened in severity, by taking -
, +r his gun fall to the ground. have. a dose of these Tablets as soon as .. Kn b.....MOHU.AtL '
"Might a mere man ask what these Pensacola.Larger
"Good Lord!" he bowled. "Was that the first symptoms of an attack ,ap .
what things may be-;as applied your own Sold! by all druggists.
1 frightened you? pears.
-- - -- -- -- -- -------' -'---- ---- '
desires 1" ,
The girl had wriggled! out of his arms 4 4 cities canant

f and stood behind him peering around' "Oh a sable neck piece and a muff BURIED .LIVING PERSONS. boast of a better equ:ppe

him for a safe glimpse of the enemy. .a lovely brass bedstead to sleep! on, place. The service is the

t; VALENTINES SELLING FAST I II "If he had already knocked yon some long, wrinkly gloves and some Horrible Oatom .( "a>>*a e.e Priorto best that can be had.
soft, trally dresses' ; lots of violet water,
down Year
once and was trying to do It 640 A. IX
Our Valentine counters arc crowded aioref will bs sent out manicured nails French maid"-
I this year than any previous year. Buy early for best choice. again I don't suppose It would be so "Hadn't better a: wait till I calla Prior to the year HO A. D. the Japanese Nick Apostle Propt'rFor

Comic mechanical, fancy. art and post, card Valentines. funny to you" she said resentfully, evidently stenographer you?" he interrupted. bad one of the most horrible burial ,

t Prices range! 1 cent to 123. not appreciating his ecstasy of customs that can be imagined-that of MACHINES
mirth. "But ;.wouldn't It be blissful to hare: ,
burying all the immediate friends and
I 1. ::0e..E; E3oc>] s1Cre. I He sent the calf down the road witha them?" she sighed. "I would give my retainers of a prince or other person of
torn walking skirt to the
deserving
i Phone 235. 213 South Palafox Street r enaaoola. few warlike gestures-and turned to note in a standing position around the

., look at her amusement still lurking in poor "and not bother about It 'anymore potentate's grave and leaving them in ...at.;. I

i r his eyes. she wound up ruefully the earth up to their necks to perish
a She had lie let his face assume its most dole I I
-- seated herself on a stone of thirst and hunger.

3 ............................... ..................... and her skirt.was pinning up a torn place In ful"I aspect.wish I bad all these things to offer been The custom cannot be said to have ...A BARGAIN... ..
: general as late as the date given
: you.. He broke a twig from the
:"Some people can laugh at nothing," for the Japanese records that In
I Ko Trouble to Prepare a Hasty she said hedge with a vigorous cut from his rid prove
i r : Icily fitting the edges"of the log whip- the time of tie Emperor Suinln (97-80 j -

torn place together.The B. C.) the burial rites of royal personages
t'i man looked at the small face, She sat suddenly erect: on her horse were so modified as to partially
t As Well As a Pleasing luncheon i from the and he watched her from the corner of As of
rosy frosty morning air and abolish former cruelties. Speaking of we are going out the '

f. noticed the short brown hair that his averted eye a young brother of Suinln who died
( have such delicacies made little curls around her "A poor dog of a man feels that he Machine business I Sunday'sDinner
When you "palate tickling" as can always Y forehead. and had his retinue buried standing Sewing we
'. be had from the Popular Grocer. There's' .Chicken Loaf, Veal "I'm a brute to laugh," he said penitently has nothing to offer a girl, be continued around his grave, the old record says:

: and Ham Loaf, Corned Beet Hash. Chipped Beef, Luncheon "but it was so-er-sudden." morosely. "For many days they died not but offer for sale at S st price
;.: Beef, Sliced Ham and BraMast Bacon in tins and glass; also : He was In danger of offending again. She looked at him hesitatingly. "I 'vept and cried aloud. At last they !

r ;t Calves' Brains-prices range from 15 to 25 cents. ,Cross & He took his handkerchief to brush don't want all those things BO dreadfully -
died. thirty.five Drop-Head I
Dogs and assembled and F
Blackwell's Chow-Chow in bottles with patent stoppers, 35c.its' : the mud from her dress. much" she said shyly.A crows

I i Crystal Domino Sugar in 5-pound sealed packages, 50 cents. "You are evidently not accustomedto ate off their heads. The emperor's compassion -
Phone order it will bo given prompt attention. was aroused, and he desired to
us your ; : them?" he queried smiling."I I change the manner of burial When Wheeler & Wilson I

have never had such close CROWN OF GLORYAs
acquaintance
i the empress died, seen after the mikado -
= LAZ JACOBYThC Popular with one before," she said Inquired cf his officers if somethingin Sewing Machines
1
2 'l4WGarden; : "I live In the city and :any down hereto Well as a Mark of Beauty is Luxurious -I' the
way of a change could not be
'' get I Hair..
strong. at the
........ ..................... ......4+.4..; farmhouse Just above am here.boarding" suggested and. one proposed to make Parties desiring a portion
fr. \ \ It has been truly said that the clay figures of men and bury them assubetitutes. ,or .
"I'm down here on a little hunting crowning glory of our race is a luxuriant ."
--
"--- trip," he said all of these machines RING
not adding that.he was heat of hair. That this did not entirely' do away are invited

.4 NNNOONNNNOI000NNNN100/1NOONN000OONN also taking a rest from being hunted It used to >b& thought that this was with the former custom is
proved by
I during the season by maneueringmamm'as. to,call.or write us.
Z one of the blessings which the gods
an edict Issued in
the
year 016 A. D.,
"I wonder If they would bestow capriciously: 'and It is only US
the date given first above, which forbid V
& CO. i iIB !I, give me dinner.at your farmhouse recently that scientists have discovered the burial of living and
"I'm sure they would.! She extended .: that its beauty is dependent upon persons provide I"-
ed a penalty for further
adherence
the hospitality of a hospitable, the absence of a minute germ which to
the awful rite.-St Louis Republic.No UPI
country. "It's the first house flourishes in the hair follicles where
18 2D MANRESA you ,
I. r STREET :. coma to, and they are named Jones it destroys the life of the hair. Wm. Johnson & Son I
To restore this life and kill the pills is as pleasant and positive
can't ,
you forget it if'your memory la
: PENSACOLA FLORIDA. : germswhich cause the mischief is the a DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These f i
any good at all. I'll tell them
P, .' : are you:. mission.of Newbro's Herpicide.* Famous Little Pills! are so mild and i I
coming to the l'o'clock dinner"She
WHOLESALE Herpicide surely Kills the germs, effective that children delicate ladies 1
i'
: had 'repaired the damage to her and is: the test hair dressing on the and weak people enjoy their cleansing I We have something
skirt as best she could and stood up while
market. effect, strong people
say they
to go. It contains no grease or oil, neither are the best liver pills sold. Never

: tOay Grain and Feed Stuffs I "I will bring some rabbits" If I can- will it stain or dye. gripe., We 1 I special to say to
; '
they '
are good for Invalids, letting his For sale by W. A. D'Alemeberte,

eye rest again on.the little, abort, boy. druggist and apothecary 121 South ,

1 lh curls that made him wonder if she Palafox street, or send lOc In stamps NOTICE I about it;
J Exclusive Dealers in West F1orida. Any Quantity. i you
Only Co.
were sixteen or twenty. "Maybe you I for sample to The Herpicide Detroit CourtCritical :

Experienced Grades. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. :I will accept them as a'peace offering iiicn. I II

Trial l Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : i j and forgive me for laughing .. The new enterprising firm of Can-
: --- ----- -- --- land an 'Zelius, corner Intendencia and ,i _
A hint
of shyness in her eyes made
:+ Telephone 208. P. 0. Box 661. :|' him understand that her resentment Baylen. carry a select line of meats, Inspection of our
NOTICE vegetables and poultry A trial,order laundry work, because

:............................................INONN.e t j! was really a reaction from the embarrassment -., .-- .,-., will be appreciated. Quality and price do not fear you will have

I of having rushed into his guarantee against all competition. any fault to find. We do Sol Cahn & Co.The

.-- -. .. .- arms, now that her fright :was over. ". "We have secured the services' of E. Prompt delivery. Phone 1132.. work that I is satisfactory.. I .

and the cause at distance seemed so' M. Williams, of Atlanta who is an ex I

trivial. pert electrician, and we are now bet NOTICE. The Star Steam 'Pure'Food Store,,

SHINGLES SASH 'DOORS WINDOW GLASS She gaye a regretful look at thetorn :ter prepared than ever to do all kinds There will b* a regular

place in her skirt. "I never shall: : of electrical works-at moderate prices.t meeting of ML Horeb I .*
Laundry. \nltntttc.\
: BUILDING MATERIAL.Phone be able to mend it BO ft won't show,", Ring phone 570 and our representative R. A. Chapter! No. 6, on S..tk Cft Corner Palates' *

the 8akl 48 she'left hint.* "- ,, will call on you. Estimates furnished Monday Y IIDg.at.130
II. H. G. DC SUVA &, CO. The"efigft>t Je *bacf fog ''Wu"medlfktlve .'V on all 'kInds of work. p. m. : 17 E. aardtn St. Phone 114. Phones f 480

.nlacola. Fie.
u he climbed the stone wall. to PE"SACOL.ELECTRIC COMPANY W. E. ANDERSON

wae ,.r on the rabbits. 203 S. Bay ten SL, Pensacola Fla. Secretary. --


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---. -- __ THE PENSACOLA SATURDAY MORNING,
JOURNAL FEBRUARY
'_ --. V 1906 PAGE, -- THREE
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GOYRI' BROWARD h SPECIAlAD.DRESS-- E ETO GAIINVIEDTTO pOiiitos" ':







TALKS OF THEEVERGLADES THE YOUNGPEOPLE Mr; Henry Sabin' who lost 70

pounds, and was given up

to die by friends and rela- V


tives, restored to former
:
weight and complete healthV V

i in a few months by the

.(Continued From First Page.) t& regular use of Duffy'sRure

,P5 Delivered by Rev. Speigel at the % Halt Whiskey.
project and are ",miD'to/ do their Upon Every

share.Governor:' V Christian Tabernacle. Last 1k(1w( J' I was so thin you could count

Bnoward and Captain
Watch Out r.OS411 witnessed Countess Van Hatz Bottleand Night. my teeth through the skin ;

feldt's rendition of "The DllCh ss" at
the Opera house last evening 'retiring wrapper of the genuine Dr.Boll's Pte now I weigh 210 pounds and
Tar-Honey is printed the above design. It '
almost immediately after the Is both trade-mark and guarantee warrant Evangelist Spiegel gave a special address my hair has all come back
If vou are interested' in good Play. Very few were, aware of their that the medicine contained in the bottle last night to young people, there ,

Clodimg news and gcw>d news of presence" in the city and, consequent throat will and cure chest coughs troubles colds more and' all quickly lung being a large number of the younger V 'V E. : again and I am in complete

DPW Clothing, watch out for our -I I alone.) they" were compelled to "go it and effectually than any other remedy. generation present. After telling the : health thanks to Duffy's.",;
tally advertisements everyday young people what an age for young V

this month. Dr. Bell's people is he took up the question "How V _ % "I have been.t,Idng Duffy's Pure Malt Waisto
Broward's_ Address in Mobile. to succeed He said, "In order to for five yean. 1 take abcmt half a wine glass
Our special this time is $9.00 The Mobile succeed every one must have a pur- V lVtt iOU twice and'.somettmcs thro time a day. 1%
buvs at $12.0! to $14.00 Suit; $12 Register of\yesterday pINEYARHONEY pose, consentrate yourself to that purpose ;V haa brought meiixvfta.oil. decnpit, worn-oat
contained the
following account of man, given up.to dit by friends and relatives,
nuvs a $15 Suit and others tn Governor Broward's idress' before concentrate yourself to that pur .h to perfects bealth. 1 b.d said goodrbr to all my

proportion the Cane Growers' Convention: your work, prepare yourself thorough s43.ltM1tt friend, and was so tfaji that you could count
Previous to the first number of ly. :Moses was forty years in traIn- 's4 ray teeth through toy skin. I only weighed 140
We have only a few pair of the afternoon's ing to lead the Israelites out of ''bond VV.'a pounds, 70 less than usual. One Uy a wig gist.a .
Shoeleft, if you can get a fit programm'e. the ad Have plan persevere in _ '1 a old friend of mine, brought ma a botLU ofDuty's.
a you
(11price will please! jou. dress of Governor N. B. Browrd of h Bold by all druggists 25c. Me. and age. ,, -4-r- 1 began to Uk tt. medicina regularly ,
Florida R. E. Rose, first vice-presi $1.00 per botUe. Manufactured by undertakings.; A postage stamp -4 !_ and my recovery was marvelous. I began to
I dent of the Cane Growors Associa; I sticks to one thing till it gets there! V V. f sleep soundly ana to retain nourishment. In two

I Von .extended an invitation from the THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO. Be faithful to present duties. And in V _ I weeks I oould walk about the room and ia *-
citizens of Fla. to hold the PAIUCAH. XEZSTVCET.S it all be not selfish. There is plenty! -V. month I could go downtown. My bah ha all
Tampa,
come back, just as it used to be.and 1 weigh 210
next annual convention in that city. of room for us all. Next question .
f I pounds,ray former weight. To-day I am ia corn..e
The invitation was referred to the discussed was, Why young people .; plate health, and word canaot express my prre.ciatlon .<
I.\JiDARDfIDTHInGfd executive committee of the association should obey God? |He said '"They -- for Duffy's."-HENRY SABIN, 5&he1.V
fI ( and will probably be considered YOU CAN HAVE A THEATRE AT make better business men and women, .UR. EEI&Y 8ABIN. ton Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. April 16, 3iO :

I ;) THESEIIBU1LDIIX! and decided upon at to-morrow's session. HOMEIt and are In greater demand better V

: parents and happier homes, easier to
; is novel, attractive and practical. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
obey ,while young and all expect to
i i Drainage of 'Everglades. It should appeal to every thrifty and obey some time more efficient work-

---1 I The subject of Governor Broward's saving person because you can work ers wnile young." The speaker then I. the only posith. cure and preventive of pnejtmonia,consumption,grip,bronchitis, coughs,colds,diseases of tbe throat and lear
ao'dress was "The of the better for having spent a pleasant malaria,fevers, stoniach sad bowel troub]* and all Casting,run-down,diseased conditions of the body Over 4.000 centenarians owe
Drainage enlist the in
"How
evening, especially if the pleasant asked best young their long We and continued health, strength,activity and usefulness to the grand medIcine, which has the matchless record of over
For Expert Watch Repairing and I i Everglades and the Effect of the evening has been spent by your own church work? Let them volunteer 4,000 000 cures in fifty J61'*' It W Invaluable for owerworked men,tired, nervous,"delicate women and sickly children. Duffy's makes
to V Same in the Sugar Industry of the fireside. The other members of their services and give them work to the old young and the young strong. his absolutely pure,contains no fusel oil, and is the only whiskey recognized by the Govern-..
Engraving go
your
United States' and dealt with the do; teach them to pray, ,walk live for meat M a me&eto V
reclamation the 'great areas of submerged home will also have the same enjoy noble to live for CAUTION.-Whcn buying Duffy'*from yoar dranlit a.'troccr lB.ht OB receiving the fenulne. You'n recoffnize the"Old CbemUt" on the
J. F. Jeweler ment. This is all possible with a God. that it is more kc!. o. not accept barmiut aubatitutea said by unscrupulous dealers br profit eaSy. Duffy'a Is the suly u.io,helpful,perc malt whiskay,
DAVISJhe l lands In that state. In the Victor Talking Machine or Edison ones country than to die for it;. that rylec.*1.00. II your dealer c&a't.wply you,writ directly to Dully Malt Wbskty Co., Rochester.N.Y.
beginning of his speech- the governor \a\ more blessed to live, for God than it
213 South Palafox Street.. stated that the people of Florida Phonograph.dollar Hundreds of new records is to die for him. Send young peopleto N. COLORING, Distributor.
-tne ones now going for
were not worrying with the problemof ,
The Latest Designs in Watchesand sixty cents.: Daily recitals at.our young people. Make much of the
immigration. That Is
now goingon social side of life. !Do not try to make
J Jewelry. V he stated as rapidly as the peopleof store almost free. New sheet music received old men and women out of boys and WHY"
daily and at half published UNION LABOR
the state are able to accumulate girls for ;you cannot do It." He then

= them. prices.CLUTTER discussed The Pathway to true Success
K. WHITE Referring to the statistics of the MUSIC HOUSE, follows "Abandon
R.
as : every
Watchmaker, Manufacturing, Jewelerand I United States treasury department, Pensacola, Florida. evil and doubtful habit, pursuit and SHOULD SUPPORTED -I
he said that the value of imported -
Graduate Optician. V I sugar association; cut off and stop the way
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. into this country from other of life which consume time energy _
countries during 1904 amounted to THAT "fRISCO"LAND and ,be faithful to present .
means; opjx
Is labor worthy of its hire? afford to be. otherwise.
-- ------- ---- $137,500.000 while the value of the "
beet and cane sugar produced in this >rtunities: of improvement and to Is skilled labor worth more to an I You're fair.minded. we hope. Isn't
TOLD present duties; follow the highest employer thereof and the community proposition fair one. Have you!
TERSELY country during that year ""'LS only SCHEME to our a
moral and spiritual Impulses anti
twent nine millions. In the same at large than unskilled labor ever seen a progressive community _
promptings of the heart: 'in all conditions :! "
)year the total value of the exports "Of course, you say. without workmen who command goodwages :
cneerish of
in ,flour corn beef wheat, and navalstores unquestioning hope Union labor asks and obtains a ? Have you ever known of any
K: M St>ssom3. of Milhgan a prom a better tomorrow. Out of the, darkness I
PENSACOLIANS BIT STRONG BUT
were'more than the value of wage cannot be commanded by unskilled workmen who commanaedgoo'i;
;.n ii' iuzn of that place, was iu of night the world rolls into I
wages did not it freely?
labor. that .spend
importations of the one product- THE WARE THAT WEAR S
5 n dcola yesterday.V sugar. ONLY. ONE DEFUNIAK CITIZEN light; it. is daybreak everywhere. In What is the result? Then, insist on skilled workmen

V \> of Bagdad of the firm WAS CAUGHT. the evening it shall be light. In the Well the community that is blessed doing your work.You'll PURITYDURABILITYECONOMY A V

.' :N;earns, Culver & Co., was among Profits in Sugar. solitude of the soul keep company with with the employment of skilled get them by asking for union ENAMELElLKITCHEN.VMEE.UNEOUAmIn V V

tm->mess visitors to Pensacola ;jesla "From these figures we can learna )>our" elder. brother, the. Man of Gal. labor enjoys the benefit thereof. :workmen.

V. lesson," he said. ""'e can't grow lea Skilled employes can afford to live !Ask for the Union label on )'OUf
II i iI corn in the south because of the com The DeFuniak Breeze has the following Miss Burrow sang a very sweet song!: : printing job work or newspaper.
I fri"nds of Joe Stone who has above the hand-to-mouth proposition
u-' petition of the north and west. We tQ say relative_ to a certain which was appreciated by every one and consequently patronize trade 'Here is the label l: Order to 1-
M I'D ill for the past: week, were resent. Mr. J. W. McCleane.: of Law-
can't raise cotton at profit
more a _
:llt' M.sed to s=e him on the stre t.3 for fear of over production. Sweet scheme being operated in the name enceville, Iil.. added a few well chosen and industries etc., beyond the mere

: t'>twda>' afternoon. potato raising is not 1 rofitable'- because of the Frisco railroad system: ; words. necessities Skiled labor-union of life. labor-is neces- G/NI.i'E/ : :[,),

II (" Palmer manager of the '.of the enormous freight rates Our readers will remember that a of PopularizeThis
the any ;
Krr t Bum- in Pensacola has return- we haveto" pay to- get them io mar- couple of weeks ago wa called attention Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy the sary community.to progressiveness You don't want to do .

VV'. 'irum Allan1 where he attended ket.V But we can furnish more than Mother's Favorite. Is If newspaper does not print: it,
that as your
in community
to scheme that worked business a
a was being
tot b. M annual meeting of the Kres $$137.000.000 worth of sugar before and if not furnish it, Warewe
.. The soothing healing properties dead as a door nail: jour job printer can
ni of this remedy, its pleasant taste Then patronize the enterprises and. they do not <*ploy union
. says try. ; md prompt and permanent cures have Industries and business that employ t cannot deliver the good !
)ma nab a y >ry busy and Instructive I The Everglades: of Florida be stat- while not stating as an absolute fact made It.a favorite with'\ people every- union labor. On the other hand you. If you cannot help union labor by sell for V

Oil'1 ed, include more than 3,000.000 acres It Is patronizing those who employ it, don't one
that the: scheme was a swindle, we where. especially prized by can help to hold yourself and your
I .i< many friends of Uos. Maura of land the highest point of which is mothers of small children. for cold business and a community down-\ hurt union labor 'toy assisting those
did enough to warn people against
.I' ,.! him after I less than 5 feet above the sea-lvel say it always ; antagonistic to it.
V a. < ad l to see again croup: and whooping cough as keep it down-by patronizing the
lilt HnviKp of nearly two )'ear Mr. all within a distance of 23: miles from investing ,'eIT.heavilr without a close: affords quick relief and as it "affairs" that are antagonistic to The printing offices in the city that week at a i
tidewater. There are only one million Investigation. The next Sunday The I. the union label as follows:
\ ; "- a }present; located in Green- contains no opium or other harmful union (skilled) labor. use are
1 M-ss.-i but is in Pensacola for acres of land under cultivation Pensacola Journal gate the names of drug it may be given as confidently If the workman makes good wages The Burrow Printery, job printing

f V, n u.nV visit with relatives and I in the entire state. Examination of number of prominent citizens of, to a baby as to an adult. For sate by he spends it. You Know that. He'll:' East Government. :
cane produced from a part of this cultnated a I I White printing South discount of
: s 11,1) ;all druggists. it quick. He feels that be can H. S. job
spend: '
land, showed that 6 tons constituted that city who had swallowed thehook, Palafox. -
[' afford to. He spends it with you, consequently -
ll"n r K. has returned from .
Yonge "If
the jield. we
average;
bait and sinker and ran away with RECITAL. Mayes Printing Co, job printing -
Moii-! (u're ho attended the Cane had these three millions of acres tinder .
01 V H V tn\ontion.< Mr. Yongc says I, cultivation," hg declared. "Florida the line, it appearing that even rank Mrs. Barnett. of ,Alabama. one of In order that you shall satisfy your- West The Government Pensacola Journal 20 per cent

'I., i ih.. (convention was well attend- !alone could supply all the su'sar Majes had not caught on to the game 1 use best elocutionists the south s elf l that ;you are supporting this Government. newspaper,!

'It ,lilt! thaI the discussions and adfo'itained which the United States:: receives that was bcinj worked. rill jive!; a recital at the Library Hall principle. insist on a proof of same East
I All others not named in this list DO
Monday night, February 12 at 8 vhen turn loose the dollar in I
m. you
of ilua. p.
a great deal v from abroad. The Journal
Last contained
Sunday union labor.
ii!.,marion! for the cane grower. i tinder the auspices of Gadsden Street the printing Hne. Ask: for th3 printers NOT employ i 9
i Parallel Canals. notice of the plan but this contain 'pworth league. Admission 25 and union label: on your job printing, tPEXSAcoLA TYPOGRAPHICAL' eoni

'1\ -11I io-aay' -ask jour grocer for I The matter of the reclamation of ed the following telegram from an of. ,35 cents. 2t and see that it is on your newspaper."A ". UNION; NO. 293.

l'i; '". ftililxm Lemon and Vanilla. land stated the governor has been ficial of theFrisco" denying any con Fair Exchange is no Robbery. I 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA V
A, since early in the nineteenth Keep your money at home and 'b'*t it
.tin.U pure. Goes twice as far agitated with Mr. Johnstone.
nection F.E.B.
inn RMS\ :: dnsscrts the "Blue Ribbon : c?ntur '. At present, action back. Put it in the local chanenls of NOTICEPensacola i 4 ,
t.a; ',to. V t toward this entf has been taken, and Your paper of Jan. 28 contains article We heard a man say the other mornIng trade and lo your best to keep the .

i it is hoped that in a few :years, a ( conveying: impression thig 'company that the abbeviation for February community progressive and prosper- Fla., Vb. 8. 1906. i -

Afraid of Strong Medicines. portion of this land which is under is back of Iho Frisco. and Kansas -I.'eb.-means. 'Freeze every boJy,and OHS- It having come to our notice that : ;

Mm' (people suffer for years from state control, will be reclaimed and City Colonization Company. We :hat man looked frozen in his ulster. Promise, and live up to this prom. certain parties are picking up drift! ;iniviotun
r n"'llIllI' ir pains and prefer to do ro settled. The plan a<> at present outlined [It was apparent that he needed the ise, and skilled union labor in your timber' on the beach inside the :
'rl'''' i 1'1 i tan: take tha strong medicines: i includes t the digging of a number have nothing to, do with it and our kind of warmth that stays the warmth community will more than do its part and offering same for sale, i:1R.rbor.l

;I' ,..ill given for rheumatism, not I of parallel canals which will ;not name and trade mark are being used 1 that reaches from from head to foot, of the bargain.As law, we hereby warn all WILL BE FOR RENTIn
'i the water of $he Please the We could have tod! for your money's worth when against this practice and will
"' "u:: wvm: quick relief from pain i only carry away against our protest. publish.A. aU over body.: Fancy Cress for Ladies and Gents
which do to it in all that you spend It cute to the-full extent of the law the!
,"'.. had by applying Chamber- I swamps but will away hiLTON him from personal knowledge that you spend:
'' a large degree with the problem of lood's Sarsapanlla sues permanent for. Demand that skilled labor shall next person or persons found doing i I In Velvet, Cambric, etc. ,t
| Pam Balm and without taking The amusing feature about it is that
1 V iniirine, For by freight rates\ by affording water warmth. it invigorates the blood and execute jour printing by demanding this. No further warning will be also
internallj- sale
lit di 11.. lstS. II transportation at small cost to cane the; city papers have so much sport ;speeds_ It. along through artery and he label-the union label-of the organized given. Pensacola Lumber Co.;, by L.B. .I' Comical Masks.. Stockings, Gloves, 2I

growers.TO it the expense of the farmer, who 'rein. and really fits men and women trade of jour city. Your stationery Nobles; The W S. Keyser Co., by False Moustache and Hair, Goods ,.

they accuse of buying sight unseen I V boys and girls; to enjoy cold weather then, has a business-like J. S. MoGaughy: Smith & Marzoni. AT -
To !Save On..'. a'on. and not a shoddy representing Rix M. Robinson. H. *Jt
solid
of disease Itives' appearance,
CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY nearly everything that his ;and resist the Attacks
"To .i\f on8' kicon"-that K!; to pretty city the right kind of' warmth stimilates devil-may-care. unclean appearance. Baars & Co. Rosasco Bros., '%'. I* '
LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine : :; ters. Nordstrom's !
makp a uirrow t'St'npl"-il! supposed&: to Take Druggists refund if it Cousin takes a notion to unload upon and strengthens at the same Skilled union men are proud of the Wittich & Co., Dunwoody-Alken Tow Millinery, _

'''''''f ti, tIe)> DuumoTT flitch. For manf fails Tablets.to cure. E. W. GROVE'S money signature him but here and is a the case like where bite dealers,!,time, and all its benefitsare lasting. results of their work-they cannot I Boat Co. No. 11 E. Intcndencia St. 1

"cntums it was the custom at DUP- Is on each box. 25c. of contractors the most transparent fakes at that one There may be a suggestion In this for _,_ __ ___ _V n___ _, __ V _-_on
mania England, to present a flitch .,flu )ou.
ever come along. Th, only DeFunaker V
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on to a married couple of twenty :
that parted with his: dollars _
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Jt nrs' standing who would make oath CLARENCE OERTING ont To'draw the fire out of a burn heal
If. L.
was Perry, and he excuses
on Ihp Lad a L cut without leaving a scar, or to
never
Scriptures that they himself by the plea that took mm \
l"ri* a quarrel. To come close to a PASSED advice and followed the he example the of cure boils, sores, tetter, eczema and all INTERESTING SATISFACTORYto
HAS AWAY skin ani scalp diseases, use DeWitt'3Witch
cUurrel Uhout im actual rupture was: ', the Pensacolians, but that does not Hazel Salve. A specific for !!!i'rii':

:,n (he...insular dialect, "to save onei'aeOi. make the. joke on him any the lessenjoyable. >iles. Get the genuine No remedy \

DIED YESTERDAY MORNING AT causes: such speedy relief. Ask for .
I>3Witt's-the genuine. know that have of the
LAWRENCE one
III rfg Hit ni Good. PAUL DUNBAR you

"Have yOU' & l.clt that will go about HOT SPRINGS WHERE HE HAD NEGRO POET, IS DEAD RATS AND MICE largest and most complete stocks of V V

11" waisf}" asked the young lady with GONE FOR HIS HEALTH. Surely Exterminated by Stearns' Electric

a mile as i.he entered the dry goods By Associated Press Rat and Roach Paste.

It-r<". Dayton. MiIo, Feb. 9-Paul Lawrence The only sure exterminator is HARDWARE PAINTS CUTLERY. GUNS ,RIFLES PISTOLS.

"No. but I have something just as News reached the city yesterday Dunbar. the noted negro poet V Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste

:* \\.n replied the young man who for- morning of the death at Hot and author, died here to-nfsht. It Iseasy to use and completely rids -

1)'l'twlrk) in a drug; store.-Yon- of Clarence McKenzte the house: barn or store of rats, mice, *

Lers Statesman. young man who is well known sprlngS'1 cockroaches, etc. .. METALLIC AMMUNITION ETC..
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach
city, where he has resided ; -
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Paste contains peculiar chemical
havingbeen born
Involution .Yolo,. entire life,
"What becomes of of a a joke when !It rington and reared in this city.Mr. i i THE WEAK I that causes a burning sensation when in the South to make your purchases from Interesting,
in baJ wallowed and drives therats and
who had been
tf- cooJd for tho almanac Oertins. in because we can save Satisfactory becauseit
health for a number of months left STOMACHwill mice out of the house search of you money.
"
'Thl' thoalrieal prO rnmme jets it. weeks since for Hot!! rater, never to return. is convenient for
about two
here ; retain you.
.\l1d from there it's hut n step to Springs to undergo treatment, and itj l Sold everywhere or sent express ,

Uh'!> nuIqicomedy i I eh: ?"-Phllsde1Il'la ,- from the reports r(>('ei.cd repaid on receipt of price. Steams'

n\1l1< was that expected his condition was improved. V i Electric: Paste Co., Chicago 111. Small ,Wrought Iran Pipe and Fittings. Rubber Belting Hose and Packings.

Yesterday however, the family received -, POSTUMFOOD I size 25 cents; hotel size eight times

'ti'j the news' that he had expired i( the quantity $1.00. LARGE STOCK OF MILL SUPPLIES.

j I during the forenoon, and that the body!i
to p The Original Laxative Cough SyrupIs
.: I' would be shipped immediately the family (' COFFEEand Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. Out-of-Towa t f j
sacola. Last night I

not the tell date when of the the funeral.body* would arrive n-I. receive strength. It acting t expels aa all a cathartic cold from on the the system boYo by l". Giten Special ::tioa. GORDON & BROWN, HDW. CO. L.*_

Invaluable to sufferers from The man was about thirtythrve "THERE'S A REASON." Kennedy's Laxative Hony and Tar Is

asthma, bronchitis or throat years youn of age and was wU liked-1 .'_ J a certain safe and harmless cure for _
troubles. he was acquainted. I t'Olds. croup and whooping cough. j i
whom
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, TKLEPH ONE No. 38.PEXSACOLA 'I t Vn / I I %' r. -I work showing Pensacolaas The Journal's Panama Canal Edition.The i .

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FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10. 190C I Hix-What That Awful Song. : I 1 she is to-day. The most Pensacola, Florida
are with
you going to do
1I herewith cents in silver!
the traps Set 'em for bean I I Gentlemen: Find enclosed for
DU-No; I'm going to try to catch the complete and expensive one copy of The Panama Canal Edition, which please send to(
Sugar Cane IndustryIn availahle for the year 1906 did the Mlow in our flat who slugs "Everybody the following address.Poverty ,
1! world' about as much good as the Works But Father." special edition ever issuedin -- -

West Florida.. I fellow who first said the moon was

made of green cheese. the Deep Water City.
The meeting of the sugar cane

:. growers at :Mobile will undoubtedlybe h t 1
:John D. Rockefeller is said to be of its
prouSKJtive of much good to the Nr.z Following are some !
taking the water cure. And with all ,.,, i
F e 4 southern states and West Florida i his money, too! .'i'7r ii i special features '

particularly, which produces the fin l
:f d est cane to ba found; an"Wherewill Poultney Bigrfow seems to have

' ; probably be benefited, through the put the Panama canal bunch, Secre-
e
t presence of Florida delegates. The tary Taft included, hors du combat.
100 half.tone'views of Pensacola Pensacola and in surround- I
a Jacl;3OimUa Tunes-Union realizing Vive Bigelow! Over Bay, scenes

the value of the meeting comments ing country.
1' : The prognostications; of the ground
thereon, as follows: 4 **ii1; ,
The sugar cane growers met' at hog may do "very well in the frozen 1 Page map of Pensacola Bay' showing depth of water and points of interest
north but
', Mobile yesterday to consider the don't seem to work out in
;; : prospects and plans of their indus- fair Florida. .I about the place.. ..

try. The meeting was Important as
; .' representing a great and profitable The union labor department of the A special article on 'Pensacola and the Panama Canal by W. A.. Blount, Jr.

a 4indu3Cry vshith( is still capable of Sunday Tampa Tribune Is one of the
enlargement best features of that progressive news'! Gs.acs 9A. _a. A Review of "Historic Pensacola' by ], E. D. Yonge.,
! We would 1 Lie: to see this Industry Left a ")Iark of Affection. t
expand in Florida. It is profitable in paper. "Ah. John" Bald the wife to her r.cru 1".ther-1I. that young Illcollar! a teUot Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal on Pensacola, by
spouse "when you remain away from me
of
this state and there are hundred's
> thousands of acres of land that could she Marshall feels poor Field's with only daughter$8,000,000.says I "But totes-you.hie-"when I'm here" ot Daughter-I'm good judgment afraid Dolly he! is, papa. Hs Governor N. B. Broward, United States Senator S, R. Mallory, United, States Senator
! be devoted to It. Floridians have doesn't a word\ about marr 'lng.O .
: say >
' -AgeHerald.Lots "Then I don't miss you. (Bang. !) Take Jas.j P. Taliaferro. and Congressman W. B. Lamar.
. shown great interest in it but the de.10pment that!"
of people would feel rich
T v* has not been as rapid as it The rolling pin landed unerrtn.ly. -
tsg J; Should have been. if they had the sum represented A "Romance of the Fleet tU by Nellie Cravey Gilmore..

'r# Considering the couth as a whole above with the six bfg ciphers elimin- .-. _
<.. j any acreage that is withdrawn from ated. An article on "Sugar Cane in West Florida" by Judge Jno. Thomas Porter
: cotton and put in another profitable .. !,,

" iJ section.crop adds For to a the ten prosperity million bale of crop the EMBROIDERED PIECES.: "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago," by Senator Stephen R. Mallory.An .

Ti/t' of cotton will sell for as much as one
; of fifteen million bales and make Bow They Should Be Laundered t. article from the National Sportsman, entitled "Pensacola, the Fisherman's

k more clear money. With almost a Get the test Re ulta. r Paradise" by Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.
:, monopoly of cotton such as the south An embroidered piece should never
"
f now enjoys, only about 25,000,000 be put in with the regular wash. Let Pensacola' trade statistics from his to the Chamber of Commerce
report by
r it be washed la ,
acres of land should be planted! iu by itself an earthen
i: that crop and the balance of the cultivated bowL Take fairly hot water and makea Secretary W. C. Jones.

land should ba put in- crops light suds of some kind of pure soap.
t that will make the farmers less dependant Wash quickly. If the linen Is soileS ,
: on the outside world for rub that portion between the hands .J.
support and alto less
dependent on
but avoid general rubbing. Take it out
Falling their principal crop. In
! of the suds and rinse thoroughly* A V
Georgia anti Louisiana Florida Alabama a large, :Mississippi acreage clean water. Having thoroughly washed your't The' work is i attractively printed on heavy enameled paper, and the halftone

could be planted in sugar cane which the article, commence to dry it.
views which embellish it are not only representative of the dty's widespread pointsof
A wet
i. i would Itself pay better than cottons piece of embroidery should

's >(l' alSo make cotton growing more never be hung up to dry, never be folded attractiveness,! but they are superb samples of the engraver's and the printer's art.
profitable by decreasing the supply in upon itself and thrown in a heap ,

1, 'proportion to the demand. never left a moment while attending te tort Position. ,I'm a college The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at the news stands and throughout .
In West Florida the sugar cane in- something else. Lay the piece flat between 'sIr. >*
dustry has a good start and all that two dry towels or thick linen the" -How"V long/since you grad- the city, and out-of-town readers are invited to send in their orders on the coupon ,

Is needed to develop it Is a greater cloths and roll it up inside these U -Fiv*' years f., air. contained in this announcement. Address all orders to :
al ,, s acreage of cane. The success of the such a way that no part of the embroidery -That's not much of a draw

k Wg plant at Grand Riffgo Is sufficientdemonstration can touch any other part of with probably forgotten all yo.
the same linen. In this shape it can hi rtlere by this time.

1 that there is money in "wrung. or.. ,twisted.. without, danger ol
it, and the sugar factories will be --- THE PENSACOLA
Ln .. ___U'L>_ can we ugnuy pounaca, that the try JOURNAL
'j3j?, ouiiL; 11 zpiuuisis can ue assureu 01j' linen may the more quickly absorb the ,
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:j' ,a. sufficient raw material to keep the moisture. In this condition It shouldbe FOR CITY \

plants In operation. left until the silks are dry.

Lay the piece, face down upon an i Pensacola Florida.
?,t "Wlafs' become of old J. Pirp.= Mor- Ironing board, well covered with several l\ HALL ARE SELECTED ,
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,M have those high financiers
4 fian raisd pieces material Spread a clean
: Wa clear out of the game? : white cloth over the embroidery and .

iron lightly the whole surface being; i, Wili Be Three Stories With i
careful not to press too heavily upon { Building Basement, and Will Contain
You Should .
the embroidered portions. A hot iron ----- ----- -- -
Get the Habit." placed upon embroideries. that are wet |I| a Magnificent Council Chamber on the '

will produce a stram that will injure I BALL !'OPERA HOUSE
;An Italian proverb say that **ataaa the same. Io not press hard at first:: I Second Floor. GRAND Party -

who owns land has property but work rapidly. Should the renter '!

;'!W i reaching. from far beneath! the earth have become too dry use a dampened I TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE

"* up to the flmament.." Thero are cloth to run the Iron over, as this method the city. The second floor wail contain Monday Night, Feb. 12. i I
and 19I
Friday Feb. 9 and
will leave the linen !j ARCHITECT A U SF E L D WAS Saturday,
come Interesting offers of that sort : sufficiently i the council chamber with all conveniences I''

I of "EkjihJgll"+ property, in to-day's damp for pressing. It alto leaves the AWARDED THE CONTRACT TO, necessaryfor a model build. C. K. of A. Hall. Yew air axed test a coshul that us I. Milton and Sargent AIHJ u I"t I I
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.paper.jr. linen fresh and bolds the natural stiff ing. Anna Hold's Magnlfi..I !' t.ju.
k .... ness of same. Damp linen dry silk DRAW THE PLANS, WHILE i The third floor will contain offices folks ov tho Junjcr Oxilyary air ginla'ter 'i, lion,

C '?, 32ren if post have a pretty good heat in Iron and quick movement EM ''as Hell as seats for usitors This Benefit of bay,at

t ;Job now, you are shortsighted unless the: element necessary to success. MESSRS. BRYAN AND EDWARDS,: bas: been arranged somewhat in .the .I 1 THE LITTLE DUCHESS"1T1I

hLfir you read the "IWp AVants" every da). ,- RECEIVE, SECOND AND THIRD order inasmuch of a balcony in an opera house Carnival Association.Barrios' The Hum of! Mrs. H. S. Simpson, II I
ABOUT PUSH BALL. i 1 l I as .visitors can take seats \\
They kocp jxiu in touch with ilia PRIZES RESPECTIVELY. on the third floor, but will be abl.- I I
41 Tersonal Services Markets.:' How This Very Interesting Cam Ie Ii i I I I to witn?!;s and hear all the proceedings Orchestra. 20 W. Belmont Street, OLGA, COUNTESS VON HATZFFIDT
i of the council, there Kov'n's"'i
Flap rd. ; being a .
Reginald
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To-day may be the one day of tin. large between the second Saturday Nile, February 10.
Push ball In pen space
played on a gridiron field The plans for Pensacola's: new citylhall : {i terpolations Harry i: :" :
t[* wholo'yesur which a want ad. is printed or 'floor 120 yards long by fifty wide were accepted last nIght by the''';I and] third floors. I II '' Floor I\1anagers-Jos. Santo, Book, Revised an., n. ,\ "
have
The will
which is of snch direct, personal with goal joists at cither end twentyfeet committee from the City Council,and!'I ; building a fiontag0 Every woman Jn the klub an any ate<(. Anna II<-d'! ,' .,
ilefferson of 113
feet and I
on street a
k) *J i Interest' to yon that to overlook it apart and connected ,by a crossbar :- if the building is constructed according -!!!I depth of 83 feet. It will Ernest McVoy. wun eta who kin is axed ter ware a ductlon I1abol3

r I ivonld Ibo a calamity. SOYf"D'teet from the ground. Tho to the plans it will bo a credit to most the entire block OCeUIal'l calerker i I I
} : mammoth ball almost the city. I I Good Time Promised All.
'i globular inshape gossa to Church street and will b2 to ekarly aproperate. ,
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i Night-25 50 and 75c, $1 and $ >
You "wlli "know about Architect Ausfeld of ilontgoaieryas ,' ,
things' I should mp3Sureix' feet in diameter I one of the handsomest city halls in
| f ,real estate, In this city if you I and weigh between fortyeightand \\ awarded the contract tq draw up I the south.: The hul klub wit interduce: strang-j Scats on sale VVeduc i il :>: ,<
the while! Architect l _
read the ads. carefully every day- fifty pounds. It is: usually inflated I specifications, !}I ers an Ink arter bashful fellers. i i -
: Bryan, of New Orleans, received the Ii '
. AND YOU WON'T IF YOU DO "T. with compressed air. : i DEATH YESTERDAY OF MONDAY NIGHT 1'
t. The ball J 'placed in the middle of second prize of $200 and Architect Edwards 'J 1 I Sunthln ter etc Is xtr)'. Phim wil : ONE SOLID WEEK!
of South Carolina the third
Some people pay rent who could the field and the teams line up as fol. I prize of 5100 AN OLD RESIDENT I kunim ns? at 7 p, ni., Tickets inter j COMMENCING

r well nfDord to own homos because lows: Five forwards on the forty yard i All of the drawings were YeT hand-I I Foster Maura for many years aj ,.at.- the haul 10 cents.ENTERTAINMENT, 1!

.I fc I' they hare a drop and a half of Gypsy4W Hue, two left and two right wings on j I some and: the committee" which was i, familiar figure "upon the streets ofl| Monday, Feb. 12th.

a b'ood in heir veins If it's "tlmo to the twenty yard line and two goalkeepers I ( composed of the mayor and; Aldermen i!' Pen acola, died yesterday afternoon! LIBRARY HALL I MATINEE SATURDAY

> jrKJve" with you, read the nds. and on the goal line, eleven men Yonge, Maura, "D'.flemberte and,''at 4 o'clock, after an illness of about*
for "whIch each. At the sound of the,referee's Wright! spent nearly the entire day in; ten days. Hs had been in bad health! j Southland's FavorursPERUCHIGYPZENE
that "right place"
r find you. whistle both sides plunge at full speed i examining!' the drawings, not deciding however for many years. % An elocutionist of rare ability,
have so long looked ... upon tbe ball, and then the fun begins. I I until last night which one to select. i. He was an old Confederate Veteran By Y. M. C A. CO.
AuxUIary.VALENTINE .
The plan of Architect: Ausfeld however and bore of
It the ball Is caught fairly between many scars; wounds which
You are a "successful author" if M'rs.'J. B. Barnett
1 the two human battering rams there is was considered the best and was he received while engaged in battles
tr havo written a few dozen effective selected. According to this plan the NEW PLAYS!
; you a rebound from its elastic during the civil ,war. .
sides PARTY
'. ;f ads.; and you 'know your little sends the that building dU cost at least $60,000.It The funeral will occur this! morning formerlj instructor of elocution in theM UP-TODATE SPECIALTIES!
book" it you are a regular want ad. plus. players sprawling like ten- will be three stories in hight The the cortege leaving the residence!! C F. Institute! of Jackson, Tenn.. I, NEW SCENERY
first floor will contain offices for the of Louis Rocha and proceeding to St.' will give home of her humerous and .
reader It does not take long, however for I various city officialsho are now oo Michael's cemetery waere .the services -, dramatic selections. I Feb. 13, at 8 p. m. Monday night. The Four ",
the -entire<< twentytwo'men ,to get I cupying offices in various portions of will be conductedForC She'is one of the finest elocutionists I ciety Drama "A Midnight Mai+
Oslerism would. 'to all right in certain around the sphere: put their shouldersto I 1 1 j of the south; charming, fascinating, at Y. M. C. A. Building. r Complete Change of Proemevery \\1

cases. Chauncey ,,Depew's, for the wheel I
performance.
so to speak, and push for ----- --- inimitable.
Music recitations
I Basket ball Ijl
Instance. every ounce of'energy In them.' The Brings an and:ence to tars or during intermission. game PRICES 10, 20 and 30c; Matinee. ;
heavier, There is a remedy over sixty years old and 25c.
stronger team will, of laughter at pleasure.Her
course :
Two days of Mr. Shonts's time each have the advantage but some tricE: r h' Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. Of course program will be interspersedwith Master Warren >McGee. the young Seats on sale Friday: at noon.
est known dab swinger
'S will
month are devoted to drawing paychecks plays have been Invented which lend DUg you have heard of it, probably have local talent in music. give an :--

and salting down the'proceeds, variety 'to' the game and redeem It used it. Once In the family, it stays; You cannot afford to miss it. exhibition. I
the one household remedy for coughs Admission to basket,. ball. game 10 C:01:1re11:
from : :
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being
a featureless contest of Under auspices of Gadsden. Street cents. !
The English statistician who diacoYtred and Coldt: and colds. Ask your own doctor about it.tUtMMcntel .
mere brawn
and muscle, -Rational. ; S WtMUish Epworth League.ADMISSION" Refreshment served" during I PHOTOGRAPHS
the FINE
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;\oy1iaking THE TEACHER 5''Achesof .CANAL EDITION'PRAISED '- ',- "' :






any kind, headache toothache,
READING earache, stomachache, backache, I BYDAILYNEWS Your Foodmust

lideache, and all similar nerve disorders I

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are
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quickly relieved .and cured by r be properly digested and assimilated to be of any c

CIRCLE that most dependable of all medi.1 value to you, otherwise It is a source of harm instead ..

tines for the relief cf pain, .ofgood.
If not digested It ferments and decays. causing.
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Absolutely -- "sour stomach-- -heart burn" nausea, headache .fiatutcncc. : > a"
INS bad breath and other discomfort! '

Pure Will Hold. Meeting his Afternoon HAM The Journal's Special Illustrated ;


at Public School WIZABDOIL : Work Pleases Its EveningContemporary. Kodol .


Wade from Pure Grape Cream of TartarIn No.1. '. Dyspepsia Cure '


baking is the 'The Teachers' Reading Circle will The following greatly appreciated
powder Royal have ever experiencedits
standard the
meet thl? afternoon at three o'clock If you notice of The Journal's Panama Canal compels proper digestion of the food and ends the WXI

powder of highest reputation ; found by the The subject for discussion will be \ gentle, quieting influence, on! edition /appeared in yesterday) after nutriment through the blood into all parts of the body.
")lo1'al Education." and lh> basis of an aching, throbbing head, tooth, noon's issue 01 the Pensacola: New fa. The tissues: are thus built up and every organ is restored

United States Government tests of greatest the discussion of this most important "'I or 'other nerve, you will never be Journal's Special Edition. to health and strength and put In perfect condI- .
phase of education will be Herbert Tne special magazine edition of The tion. '
and without it in the house. .
strength purity.It | .
Sltenc?-r's essay on Moral Edu. Pensacola Journal which: that excellent Disease I is driven out to stay out-the cause a... ,

renders the food more healthful and palatable cation." The publication of Speneer's -, "I had been subject to sick : paper. calls its "Panama Canal Edi moved. '

volume "Education" in which I i headache for over 5 years," writes ; tion" has at last been published. Iti
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and is most economical in practical use. this essay is found marks an epochin ''Mrs. A. C. Scharf of Great i i can readily be seen by any one con Plantersville, MiSS.
the contribution' to the science versant with the business of printingthat
Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to of education and accordingly ev :?ry![I Bend, Kan. "I used one bottle haves j The Journal's special edition has I have prescribed Kodol quite often in practice,

buy alum powders because they are "cheap." wide-awake teacher should be I of Hamlins Wizard Oil, and" I cost that paper much 'in' labor and and have found it a very efficient remedy for all .

familiar withthe book. At subsequent '' not had a headache ;since. ,j ji I money, more probably than it will stomach ailments. It has always given the best of .
Yet some of the cheapest made powders arc soldto meetings .ue circle will discuss realize out of it.
the the other essays in this volume, i i And C. Dieckman, of 193 H nd.1 j However it is a production which results J. T. MAY, M.. D. :

consumers at highest price. viz: "What Knowledge is cf Most I I ricks St., Detroit,.Mich., writes: Is a credit to The Journal and its dis- :
I I KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
"Worth "Intellectual Ei'ucation" and"Physical found relief from tributlon should be of
Housekeepers should stop and think. Is it 1 "I have always I, muca benefitto
Education. It is th! aim Pensacola.! The illustrations
not better to buy the Royal and take no chancesthe of the Teachers' Reading Circle to, earache by using Hamlins Wizard especially well selected and are are Dollar bottle holds 2S Makes the Prepared' at t; Laboratory '

read solid work, to study and discuss OIL" Price 50c and 1.00 bound: to attract attention, while the I times as much as the StomachSweet of E.C.DC Witt-1
powder whose goodness and honesty are never such contributions to educational: Sold and recommended by 1 subject matter contains much \alu- trial or 50 cent size &; Co.Chlca o.U. So A.
science! as are calculated to lift,
able information
? WHITE'S especially for
PHARMACY
questioned teachers out the ruts they I
of narrow
and is
Pensacola. strangers put in shape for reference -

Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an are The so essay likely on to fall"Moral into. Education", Phone 180. Night Phone 446. Fla. and preservation.The .
I News congratulates The Jour.
alum-phosphate or other adultered powder to [would be especially helpful to par. nal upon its splendid achievement.

few ? ents and therefore the members of Lessons in Cooking and Sewing. "The 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar will be sent free on
wve a pennies the reading-circle would be glad to,:
have any parents who are interestedin I Cooking: Vegetables, meats,salads No Case of Pneumonia on Record receipt of 2 cents in postage by addressing E. C. DeWitt L 6 Co, Chicago

the subject meet with them this deserts! pastry ca\ s, candies,breads: We do no ; know of a single instaaca
afternoon. All teachers who are not where a cough or cold resulted in .
BAKING course of 12 lessons, $1!. Sewing:
ROYAL POWDER
CO. NEW
YORK'I yet members are cordially invited to drafting cutting fitting, dressmaking. pneumonia of consumption when Fo-
j join the circle. Classes for women and children. Five ley's Honey and Tar had been taken.It Ate. SBO3

lessons? $2.50. M. A. "Mclntyre, In- cures coughs and colds perfectly,so I C.w.LAMAR, President JOHN PFEIFFEHJUststaat Cashier. 1
do take chances with
Startling But True.- not some) unknown -
structor. 301 West Chase Sfeblw and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS.Assistant" Cashier
People the world over were horrified preparation! which! : may contain ,

on learning of the burning of a opiates, which cause constipation,
QUEEN'S JEWELS ARE Chicago theater in which nearly six HM H -ifI a condition that retards recovery from TMHt'A MiR NATIONAL BANK

I hundred people lost their lives, ;jet a cold. Ask for Foley's Honey and I
more than five times this number or Tar and refuse any substitute offered. ,
NOW ON EXHIBITION over 3,000 people died from pneumonia I lAmusements 1 W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and or rcivsscoLR (.LA.

in Chicago during the same year,k: ( apothecary. I DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. .
with scarcely a passing! notice. Everyone I
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of these cases of pneumonia resulted BUTTONS AND STRINGS. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $60,000. .

I from cold and could have been ,
REV. RINITIARDTWILL Last Night's Play. DIRECTORS. -' ..
Brilliant! Display in Show Window prevented by the timely use of Cham "The Little Duchess" as played here Save Tim and 'Temper fcy PaTtac C .
berlain's Cough Remedy.: A great Attentionornr Clothe. Henry L. Covlngton, FrankRciliy. F. E. BraMiter, .
of E. M. Anderson's REMAIN I many who had every reason to fear feldt last night, and by an Countess able company.OUa Von is indeed Hatz- Buttons sad strings are likely to J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco C. W. Lamar,
pneumonia have warded it off by the Bryan Duimody, T. F. McGourtn, J. R.Saunders,
a creditable affair. The piece is prove a soarce of much unhappiness in
very W. II.Milton. 0. E. Maura.
A. M.
prompt use of this remedy. The followIng Avery
Jewelry Store. is an Instance of this sort: one which has always been a success the daily experiences unless the old W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng

LUTHERAN CHURCH DECIDES NOT 'Too much cannot be said in favor ofChamberlain's and on this! tour the entire cast was adage remembered that a stitch in Alex MeGo"ln, C. M. Cotington M. I!. Clark.
carefully selected, and it was exquisitely time save* nine. Careful scrutiny and
A1 Mardl Gras time draws near, in- Cough Remedy, and especially -
in the TO ACCEPT HIS RESIGNATIONOF for cold and influenza. 1 costumed and/staged. It is full supervision should mark the care of Accounts Banks, Indlvlduat$, Corporations and Firms Solicited.
er : b,. beginning to center
of catchy airs and pleasing features.The .
k'H'tv\\ of the Mardi Gras queen, her PASTORATE.At know that it cured my daughter Lauraof gloves, underclothing mantles, gowns Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. .
humor is wholesome and intensely
cold and I believe saved and, for 'that matter, everything that
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";. :time, and! her jewels. The latter a severe enjoyable.. The electrical effect
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.:,. now on exhibition in the show her life when she was threatened vvitn depends on a-button or a button's relative 0
contributes I largely to its !-
mdow of E. M. Anuerson's jewelry pneumonia." W. D. Wilcox, Logan, also magnificence the hook and eye. These shouldbe -- -.. .
and 'leaves but little if
to\v and are attratcun,; a great deal a meeting of the members of the New York. Sold by all druggists. anything looked after when they are added to --wn----
to..fce desired:
German Luthern church held Thursday: ; -.
the wardrobe and before they have
)f attention.Ih :
quoen's jewel's this year are night to act upon the resignation of t/aittax;; aIt C a..e.. The Countess is not only a good been Initiated Into the familiarity of

of mm,' 'can usual beauty and bril. the pastor. Rev. J. F. .W. Reinhardt. Is said that the stone from which common'use.: else perchance, the wearer
who had received call to New Or. AT SOME TIME DURING THE LIFE
a a '
utui\ and Uie many colored jenis of voted cameos: are cut-onyx and sa oDYxIs goes:fortb ,10"the-daily! toil or the
leans church the congregation
;'41 r \alin' which go to make them up' BO plentiful on the Uruguay river, hour's aortal duties and Is embarrassed
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all combine to produce a dazzling not to accept the. resignation. in Brazil, that ship often take it awayas to find! r butten gone or a string broken.
the church to keep
The decision of I
ft'f'C'f. I I as ballast Nevertheless perfect piece A half hour devoted to care of them
Rev. Mr. Reinhardt in Pensacola will I Of everyone comes an opportunity of pi
it j s understood that the queen has his friends of of large size are costly, a piece suit In the first place will save one's time.one's ,
1 1'Ual be pleasing news to ,
an *a
module, with a score ot assistant I city. lie has been here for many as $75. This stone Is preferred for days and months which are to follow ,#iat'
*. .in! DOM working day and night those with funds available
I years and he will! now in all probability cameo .because of its hardness and before the new clothes become old. Only are

Th'>n, ti-r quwn majestj's herself is coronation one of the robes.mostanrtMtrm' remain indefinitely.! durability aad is suitable for such work .. Perfectly adjusted buttons and strings in a position to take advantage of such

ladies : owing to the fact that it comes in layer and books and eyes are absolutely necessary
: and popular opportunities.
btrh IVnbacola society young posesses and .. ,:\... Slabs WMem... ? of contrasting color, as bla'kand to the completeness and elegance -

'h"n her identity becomes Known it Madrid still has the mediaeval night white, black and cream or red and .. of the toilet. A careless person Are-you in such a position? If not
jrt ,au-o a thrill l of pleasure ami watchmen. They admit late comers to white. When the out figure is sunk into may be known by the generally unfinIshed -
at '.i on to all who are interested! tbe apartment houses at 'nIght, but M the stone instead of being raised thFcuttliig ,' look ef her own and her chil better get ready for your next chance

aii'' who is not?) in the coming longer sine out the hour or the condItion is called an intaglio. The cost dren's- clothing by her frequent resort by opening an account with the First

..".nl, of the weather. They still go by of these; gems is due to the time and '.. to pins and the other evil trademarks National. I
the name of "sert>no." which they got skill required in the work. Formerlya which stamp an unthrifty-person.

The Best Physic. from the fact that as it seldom rainsn small gem might occupy an artist for ) -t\ Four cent interest allowed in our
\\'h want that is their cries about the weather per
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rou a physic Spain a year' or more but with modern appliances P'd.
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r: mil\ gentle, easy to take and cerict generally ended with that word ("la the went can he done much -,1 A "aeo Seas of Humor. savings department on deposits of $1.00

51.,,. '". always use Chamberlain's tres y sereno"). more rapidly. Still the ancientvork The Russian Emperor Ivan IV. once and upward, compounded semi-annually

TOU1ab and Liver Tablets. For sale bt>ars the palm for artistic excellence. COUNTESS OLGA VON HATZFELDTWho ordered one of his high court officials

IY .ul! druggis's. Just Rebuke. The cutting Is now done by holding to procure for him a measure fall of -
"1Ia:" is Featured In.the Little Duchess when the failed
the stone agah1 a revolving drill fleas, and poor man
EXCURSION AROUND BAY VThat Is It now?" 'whose soft steel face is covered with through the friskiness of the Insects In
LEAVING AT TEN THIS MORNING -'I wanna nother piece cakeT! diamond dust0 steel is hard enoughto singer, but she is pretty and captl jumping out of the measure had his
She of life and vim
is fu'l
"No Tommy you've had enough." vating. head cut off and inflicted a fine of 7.000
Phj. Uunches Robcrt'L.. J<:. and the cut the stone.The utmost patience The chorus is strong and made up of FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF
Yer always tellln' me 1 rubles the of Moscow for Its
.Aw, ma neil delicate on city
and caution : handling are! ,
1':1111': ill I leave the city wharf at 10 a lot of pretty girls. I i
.,,''.ck this morning: for a trip arounl don't eat properlysn' nen yon don't required, as!' the slightest slip may b, There will be a matinee this afternoon : share in the failure. On ether occasions -
'1.. nn. polng to the navy yard and never gimme no chance to practice!"*- fatal to the work. ani a final performance tonight.]I he would wander away into the PENSACOLA. FLA.W $1

''. saving station. Cleveland Leader. country with some bon companions
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: Ks.owi.cs.Pres, V..K H isis: JR.V.-Pnd CaaUer.
became H !
and few caged bears and when
Co. a .
Peruchi-Gyozene Caihifn.DiKECTORSF
-- T W BREST and\V N. ROHICKT Asst.
r. _- ----- J Ci The Peruchl<;>pzene Company to a peaceful village would let : C* Kri-nt.:: W. A. Hloltnt. w H Knowk-s. W K. flyer Jr.. .
comes to the opera house for one]I I slip the bears and shriek with laughteras D 0.13rent.

week's engagement Monday Feb. 12.:: the villagers rushed for safety or ir

Tho tomnany will present: a lot 0(1! fell victims to the hungry animals.
novelt ies.1 I ._ - -- t.
and -
I new plays, specialties : -- -
Well For a Mire drawing card for Pensa-1
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Intimation. T. B WtLLKS.Vicr.Parsinzxy
HU First
GREEN.l'&utDI?
cola' ; none calls for first prize quicker I U HILTON JJArSrltLDMOftANOAIdT.CLUtI5: f
"How did you find out you could ILM.SVIIIWELL.t.'L1BiIP.:
than this little comedian with a very|
peculiar name. It is often asked|I 1 draw?" inquired the admirer of.the celebrated Citizens National Bank, t1

"What's in a rame?" that when ono I illustrator. .
Because--of Liquozone ia a Tale Told Everywhere. has such that draws several thousand:: ;I "By the marks I received in school reDueola.rlcrtlb.DJ.reotor... %)l1:

dollars to the theatre every week i iis It lot the excellence :and fidelity of my Norris Bear T. K.W tlii
a very valuable trade mark. I work," replied the eminent one. "My Geo.W Wright.Rix.M. Rotlnion.ENERV L. hilton Greco.

Ti almost hamlet been made with it. Its power had been Also moot, form of the followingWo :' PerucM is like his name-ery work was a caricature of my beloved A B\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
every -every Trouble* \A\t Trou:lr* I II -
fwhood -there" are living nf'igh-I proved,again and again. in the mo t difficult !- omu. 'b Trollblf'Wora.n'a! 11 t ts.-.i. short and funny. If :you see hIm you:.I teachs on the blackboard and the ,
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diseases. Then we offered to .rn. Inflammation or 'aIAn'b-r.npur.* er pal. I It is often said he hjpnoi teacher's ," -- ---
That I tquozone can do.Vhereer you: germ goued bloodusually*indicate a germ ailark. laugh. can marks came from the oaneCleveland
*I* VII! need not go far to find rome one supply the first bottle free And in every one di.t'ea..e accomplishing in nerroiu Uetnlny remarkable Ljquozon renulu.acu as a,ii4iaer, i tize any audience and make them get'I Plato Helllf'r.I .. .t..O..t. ... .....................t.........
*"''i> has been helped by it. that required it. over i i boisterious at will. Those who hate .eo President. E. W. MBNEFEE. Casaler. Xt
'!rik to some of those! cured ones pert -. million dollar have been pent to announce 50c. Bottle Free.If I i seen hkn know just what he can do.i .1-I : J. S. REESE' R. M. CARf. Vlce-President. .
1p11 Your own friends them. and fulfill this offer. He and his open here on
are among: i company
A'k f they advise you to try Liquozone.Or The result is that 11,000,000 bottles you need Liquozone,and have never I next Monday nieht in the society 1I I GOOD POINTS I TI1POPL'SBANKO1PENS4CO1. | li
in the past: two tried it,please send us this We 1
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used mostly: ,
IP* u* buy you a bottle, and learn its have been coupon. I arama "A Midnight Marriage. A I.
countless' cured will then mail order'on local $ .1'1: S. W. CcC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
pnwer for If need 'cars. Today there" are you an a DIrectOr-"L J. R'eves, !i. Reese
yourself you hflpir'iea ) tell what druggist for a full-sue' bottle and will matinee will be glv n Saturday A GOOD BEER i J. J. Hoot on. I'
!'' don't wait l Ioner! ,;don't stay sic-. ones, scattered cverpcherctO : I Of av. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, !
1, has done. the dnijrgbt: ourselves for it. Thisis i GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. J|
'" us show to ,'ouas we have.to millions Liquozone pay i T1AN5ACTS A .
-what Liquozone can do. But so manv'others need it that thisoffer our frre gift, made to convince you; j The Antiqnltr .' Football" i YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED..t. .
is published stilL In late years!! science to let the product itelf show you what It it Is not the oldest same: in the SOME PRETTY GOOD/ ....................................... ... ..
di to germ!: it do. In yourself I THERE ARE
of !'eases can justice to please
has traced scores
I far from it. But .
What Is. woild] football i is not I. .
Liquozone to -- -
do not it today for it underno -' -
attacks.' We Old wish remedies to ehow thow apply sick ones accept obligations whatever places you (! It has never bee! a game In which puny WAYS TO TELL 'A FIRST- I II 1.I 1.-- -

The'! virtues of Liquozone are derived them. cost-what Liquozone: can do. Liquozone costs 50c. and $1.. 1 nation played. The Greek game was CLASS ARTICLE FROM I 1
-at
Wei? from as<'S. The formula is sent to our 1 :arfginallj called phcninda, or feinting r- rr. CJ.A.F: db cc. Jno.Seer.Wholeinle Matt. I
hrh user The making re- t A CHEAP ONE.Take' ;;:: .
process liter it called episkyrus epJcMnos,
It Applies.These CUT OUT rBIS'COUPON was Deaier
3'iirrs large apparatus, and from S to 14 Where : under, whicbaane t and Retail in is

(j.i :s' time. It U directed by chemists the diseases in which Liquozone Fill U oat and m.1l1t to The liquozoo mp.ny,4t5454 | and lastly harpaston.resemble football. The i Steam Domestic, Anthracite f N f" A I i
t" the is to so are .. it came to botU and hold it up to the L
highest class. The object these Tabaab Av ,Ciucaco.My a i
t., and combine the :1Sf'sastocarryinto has been most employedIn reputation. In j i Roman game was fouls and was less light. If there Is any dreggy, filmy! and Blacksmith \ \ # f\ .q

ti 1.0' Mstem a powerful tonic-jrermicide. it has of earned these troubles its widest we supply the first di raia U........-........._.................r Tough. 'There was u center runner in condition In the bottom, put it down.!j Office No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 9:. $

<('ontaet with Liquozone kills any form all l ottlefree Andin all_no matter how difficult I base nerrrtn<'d Uqaozon bnt'If you will barprnton, around whom the game was 1'It I Is green. But turn a bottle upside i Yard corner rarragoniandGonzaleZSt5.Ph0fle36d3 f %
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cf disease germ, because gt'rmsare of -we offer each user a two months' sorely m a soc bottle tree I-U1 taU Ik fought out. One side was given th.ball down-If It Hvns! up with bubbly carbonic i

one getible" :is not origin.only Yet harmless to thebodyLiquo-but helpful further teM .without the risk of a penny. .............................................-...... ;the other side those" a center.distance TS 'gas and strafgbtway sediment clears-if *:it o: _=- ,. -r- --- -- - -- -
flcitrc.-Oeot side with the ball stood: some there is no filmy
in the extreme. That is its main distmrtion Mithrabsc\ *'w-Arvzmi* (")n0rT5t4-GIeeL which! the center Shines with brilliance it Is well made I, -
Hay F,"elll4ueDIA .............. .. ....... tack from M line on
Common germicides; are poison Bronchitis ....... .... ... .- .. put up. .
lUood Poison I: rssner was posted. and at signal tbe pure and properly 1EConsumers'Ice 1E-
"hen taken That is why I"I .
internally. can scent the coZTi'
wedicme has been so helpless in a germ CoughsCoUla Bowel alar1a-.s.uralct. A C............... ........._............. >&]! was thrown past the middle man In a, good beer the jou minute the bottleis ;J1CE WOOD
1 3 of hops ,
oi'(ease Liquozone is exhilarating vitalizing Contagious 1'onsampuoii DUM9M tseuiil$ Gin tall adOreu-wntt plaintr I Players could be held back from securing aroma opened but after all Is said the I rroxn. 'tboI'
purifying; yet no disease germ ('.ucerCatkrTaIlyseuKry rma pblllll f the ball In any way. though thJrrek high grade beer is
Can ..xist it. 'InarrueaDuxiraff. !4OflIpepia : DI as >ole bat this offer applie to of uarn t nl/ ( rush formation, best way to tell a and Fuel Company.
in to'kuiozoe Tub.reiOl5FezpmF.ryPp4&i Any pbrU,tan or bospiul not j et iiaui(Lln...... youths had no to" look for the label 'American .
VYe Ph,259.T :
rights Tu.arLkFIsveGa1i I'
purchased the American : .. learned the vale and Tarragsna,
Lad bwoca flisw&I Trcllib!" U1 b gladly auppUol lot a.... I never neetuiug have Quean,** the 'Product of the I Acme I OceCornerChase
atcr thousands; of testa I 1 ot team ort.-Outing. Brewing.Comp n.r-. Macon, Ga.. *





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g TA adversely. They emerge la the Its point of Introduction In Maisacba&etti

4 spring-usually early In April-cat first than bill the gypsy. In Its flight It u

the buds and then the blossoms and attack often aided by strong .winds and la also

the foliage' of fruit trees as coon alIt transported on steamboats and In electrl

WNTER WEBS OF THEROWNTAIL11oTH "rs DEJFgOYINGGIrI1YTZZW._ ,a7 OF rOW-rALl1 TOTH develops. The full'grown caterpillar Is and steam (.rs. to which It is attractel
about two Inches in length with a broken at night by the lights.

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4 posterior end. Stripping the foliage of one Me., and as far south aa Cape

BY FrjAVjrviv, _it_ 11'ECT1t10RTri. I ,.. ," .: Jl' n tree they go to others and continue to Cod. To tbe west it bas been found at

eat until full grown when the cocoonsare Amherst. Mass. Tbe eastern portion of
* That the crowning glory of the old
1 : spun within the leave at the ends Massachusetts" from north to south U no*
town In which their fathers r: a j '
born--
were of the branches. quite solidly Infested although less M
tbose grand: old elms which were planted The moths are pnre white on the wings. south of Boston and the moth doubtless

mayhap' by their fathers' own hands- M / The male Is slender-bodied, while the female exists: In many communities la atd
sbnuld actually have their existence .,. / haaa conspicuous bunch of brown out of the state from which It bas not

threatened by a vulgar Insect; this I II too a w Syfiip hair at the tip of the abdomen from yet been reported.It .

much for tbe equanimity of the New Cng .. whence the name .'brown.tall moth." Is evident tbat the extermination *r

band man and woman Both the mane and female brown-tall suppression of these pests can never *.

The thought that In a few years! tbe w"" "'" \\\ a t !; moths fly mainly by night and are greatly successfully! accomplished by leaving tM

beautiful Interlacing branches which attracted to lights. As In the
cover the streets In which they played /' # gypsy: moth nil destructive" work of can be found to prey upon and destroy

*s children shall be swept away with Ifi31FD.11luY10. the brown-rail III l done by Its iiterpttlar. the eggs! of these moths and the State
/
their grand old vupportlug bo' i. and the which unlike the gypsy moth caterpillar, of Massachusetts Is already experiment

streets themselves! become as bare and l habitually feeds by day. It fans., however log with a tiny fly which It Is! hopH
,i nnbeantlfnl a. those of a boom town It'ISTUCTl'ITII5mJ ..tt r J the same ('lnnln -41own' habit perform this useful serviceIt wU:
may
this Inspire a kind of frenzy : and so travels extensively by the way of require the persistent action of the p"*
fsAasCO lIS!! moving vehicles.
And yet for nearly 40 years the "gypsy" state well as to
as
pie collectively as a
wwrrsrarg7fi While the Is best destroyed! In
gypsy
moth
bas
teen .
it laying her eggs, her caterpillars dlvidnally as citizens to make any heal
the egg: the brown-tall Is most accessible
Increasing In geometrical progresIon. In the caterpillar web The winter wf'l.s'or way whatever again the present wholesale
until today tbe people stand aghast e devastation If the mania of the
e4 nests containing the hibernating cater-
tt their destructive work and the wglslature : r email boy for the collection of birds W
.112 9 pillars! are conspicuous objects at the .
bas paused I long enough ''n Its could be diverted Into as ardent s iismc
' tips of twigs from October to ApriL
+ granting of public favor to private corporations of tbe nests of thgvpsv
: GY?::Y1soz'YtY1a1,9a4sCNG'a 7'TE. .JE1TOILNG These webs may be sought out and removed for tbe discovery
to declare the .n'
gyptiy moth a JffICJc.C. WT.H.F-IZ j1YFE.5TyD. OUJ.AN.P and brown-tall moths the N"
t ."public nuisance" But tbe gypsy moth 2I TOJZYNOWINFECT2D ',. by the use of pole shears or long- [ distinct srdwholesome
England lads could render a
w handled prnner. and then carefully collected
doe not .
to mind
teem legislative condemnaOoos. lack of virt
service; but the
J and bnrned When a light now
and since It ban been
JoinedIn If
--- mean
Its -- ---- -- Is on the ground the work! of web Jectrurtlon ety In the port would probably
work of devastation -- -
by the "brown
' tall" moth tbe area of Its operations hasucreseed territory than It Infested when It was of the pest over: the entire country would\ on the shady side "of tree trunks, bellf.atb--But the gypsy moth-does not ravage ran" he best! carried" on as when speedy desertion.Meanwhile .

; In extent a thousandfold. Whole first attacked by the state be Inevitable and no doubt would have large limbs under rough or loose bark alone. Early In the IK).s another variety'of the web I"* brought down br the shears >tIs It h. a condition which 'O'

-b patches of beautiful woodland/ are so The gypsy moth. like all Inserts of Its been long since accomplished.After la boles In trees, under fence rails In pest of the same general characterwas not apt to he overlooked upon the fronts New Fngland and not a Ibeort

I stripped of foliage by the end of June class exists under four different forms mating the moths live but a short walls stonehea ps. rubbish piles-In abort Imported Into !Massachusetts supposedly snow. Where tall trees are Infested" two If tbe trees are to be saved the lab*

that they bear the aspect of November. during the year. The eggs of the moth time. They tale no food: all damage to In any accessible place affording! shelter In a shipment of roses from Hol men. one to point out the nests from tbe must be expended to save them evt

Orchards are eaten clean of leaf and bud. are laid In July and August In a yellowIsh follow Is done by the caterpillars. The from dlscofer,.. land. It was: the "brown-tall".. ninth This ground and the other to cut them off, If It presses Into the service" fit motcatching tits*-

destroying all possibility", of fruit and balr- overed mans, averaging about female dies after depositing her egg: mast This hnblt of the caterpillars of feeding insect, although slightly differing In its can work to best advantage.The the small boy aa well II

1 s even the cogged white pine I* fed upon one and one-half inches lone and short It U thus daring tha caterpillar stage that at night and hldin during the day has habits from Its predatory companion Is female winced h"'n-tll1f moth. small hovV parents

;t by these caterpillar pest until It withers three-quarters of an Inch wide To the the moth spreads chiefly. While they do suggested/ one means for their destruction every' bit as destructive and In some localities '

unto death<< and stands blackened and eye the egg mass resembles a small not crawl 1 very far from the' place In especially In orchards and npou shade << has been distinctly more so Rom I B Y rlg-Antiq I

tripped of bark as by a blast of lightning tightly stuffed oral buff.colored cushion, which they hatch, except when there Is a trees. All one has to do I Is to frulsb'a ervllle. Mass, has the honor of letting es for Selling.

?t, Only those prairie people of the West but during the winter the color often scarcity of food:they have the habit when good and convenient place In which they loose this pest upon the country. In Europe -
who remember the la sirall and young of spinning down on may hide, and then slaughter them to the It has long been of
years which a cloud fades to a dingy white. In this mass the a pest fruit and ID this practical age there are few adorn the mantelshelf In the mtt r lI.
of grssshopper darkened the sky and eggs to the average number of about &In.) their slllen threads from trees and falling broad day when they may readily be seen shade trees, and is called the "commoncsterplllar" people who are not glad to take advantage These If of brass, are not worth very

.. passed leaving not a spear of grain to are closely packed with yellowish hair on vehicles and other moving objects uncovering their prepared refuge. As In America It began" its to add to their much even though old. The a..urbpr
of tbe
t harvest; only such have any parallel by from the boIl of the female moth An and are thus
- ., which II) Imagine the destruction that Individual egg! Is scarcely as large a* a Electric ears pleasure and business! 've. been quite extensively followwl In Massachusetts. hot within the part five years It has Incomes should the occasion occur. And known as "She eld" make The** i"t

: New Pnglaod: now face*. pinhead salmon-colored when first laid hides'' hfI'1"1anot automobiles lire thus Is to tie a short skirt. of burlap adapted Itself to the taste for various for persona who keep their eyes open always In good request especially tbt

The gypsr mMb
-i .-' all fruit shade and woodland trees although weeks. this reason that the state In its Initial large: tree on some of the larger limbs as In the spring as soon as the buds unfold day In which any man or' woman may. tick was as a rule made of copper aD l

r It shows a preference for the The eggs hatch about May 1. and each warfare on the pent devoted Its energies! ",PI.. When the daylight comes the caterpillars the young
apple oak and elm. It will devour on mass or "cluster" yields a. swarm of small chiefly to tree and woodlots and orchards leave off feeding on the tender where they are numerous completelystrip profits. Perhaps one of the best of these of the former metal" may be general!

11 occasion" nearly: every useful grass, plant caterpillars, {the hulk of which become adjoining the highways and their moving learns and crawl" to the trunk of the tree the tree, however large. When the lies In the securing of many kinds of discerned at tbe worn edges. If not. S

' !' flower shrub vine bush garden or field' fully crown by midsummer. Gypsy moth vehicles! The
- s crop tbat grows Throughout the already. caterpillars of any age are decidedly upon vehicles standing In an Infested spot they crawl under, It and compose .themselves fences and walls In search of tollage by collector which are to be found In penknife will reveal the nature cf the material

Infested portions of Massachusetts It hairy. Their beads are large In pro and when the same are moved extend the to rest through the beat of the day Unlike other caterpillars most of which very large numbers all over the countryif underneath. The mere fact of these

swarms and drags its loathsome length portion to their bodies this being Infested area The egg cluster themselves until their enemy 'man. comes along, may be handled with Impunity when the only one know where to look for Sheffield candlesticks being In a dirty COB

: along the walk upon tbe house fronts and especially noticeable when they mar alsn he transported hr any of lifts the burlap skirt and scrapes" them off caterpillar of the brown-tail moth comes them. dltlon doe not take away.. from tbe va'os

r verandas and does not even leave the Interior are young. When mature they have a the numerous objects upon which they are the tree trunk Into a pan for: burning. In contact with human flesh there Is ('rn- The moat likely place! of all where at all and. Indeed Is likely to enhance it

}' of dwellings tree from Us hated dusky or sooty colored body. Along the laid Freight
presence.It back counting from the head which Is sidings rear Infected foliage for period district with burlap skirts and attend to This Is due apparently not to any poisonous the ont-of-the-way villages, and It Is no age..

Is usually conceded that tbe natural marked with yellow Is a double row of long enonch for the laving of the eggs In them dally would require the services of secretion In the hairs but rather to exaggeration to sty that a number of diffmlt"
Of rather
ii 1st Is a superior person The nearer a blue spots, followed by a double row of their
man come to understanding natural objects >> red This double row of spots may be even thus transport the pest over long distance Is merely a way to protect certain frees which enter and break off In the present! moment In humble cottages, although estent It i la
and phenomena the more likely Is he seen very distinctly on the back of aCHy *, and It Is quite possible that the after'the eggs hue been! hatched. Thereare Cesh. So severe Is this affection that Io their owner are quite unaware and wise before peculating In to small any course or
to
!, ;' to confer some sort of lasting benefit upon moth caterpillar which has attained moth has not ret revealed the Infection great acreages! of brush and sprout many cases In Massachusetts people have of the value of their possessions. The engage some .
study a* to tbe various maker.Still
the race. But no rule was ever forran- a length of an Incb and a bait or more. From August to May the egg masses land (in which the ((11.t.also! breeds.' and been made distinctly III by It, and as It fine old grandfather clock Is such a familiar In rl'kf"Z

: fated without at least the concept of Its There are fire pairs of blue spots and six may be found In places near where the no burlap method would here avail. When swarms lu some places In immense lIum.ber. feature of tbe cottage's kitchen one cannot go far wrong old viols!!

4 exception occurring to somebody: and so pairs of red. No other New England larva moth emerged from the port ease. Inlaying such a plot becomes! Infested there.Is but la the rlcmtty the house which It thai': moat persons will scarcely attach two Not or three dollars! on any old violin wit

i the naturalist who Introduced the gypsy has this double row of red and blue spots the female moth caoose* tree one thing to do-clear It end burn It. and frequently enters It may often be touched much nine to this article so very long ago an al bar

moth from Europe Into this country Is at along Its Imck. Until the caterpillar trunks, the under sides of limbs, sheltered thus destroy the eggs. But the burning Inadvertently.The Yet. In fact there III fug
picked at a
present remembered only for the barm he grows to the length .f an Inch and a crotches and boles In trees hollow treesor must he well done. As the eggs withstand egg mass of the brown.tall somewhat demand amongst dealers' for this relic of sale cp This turned oct '*
for about :
$2.
has done. half however It does not always show crevices In or under rough bark. The the rigors of the.New England vrU-I resembles that of the gypsy but It a bygone nge With 1few trifling exceptions It ,**
be \ course.
:11 As far back as authentic records exist, these spots very distinctly. ''The mature egg!/ clusters! are also found on shrubbery', te- so arc they al>- remarkably resistantto Is seldom l laid upon a tree trunk or any these big clocks are not mann- a afterwards rtgnlnOf immense aura
easily for
'' the gypsy moth bas been a destructive gypsy moth caterpillar not Infrequently buildings, scattered and heaped rubbish Ore. An Intense heat applied directlyto where save on the underside of a leaf. It factored at all at the present day so Into thousands ao of dollar It

. pest In the Old World at times IncreasIng attains a length of three Inches. barrels boxes and similar objects standIng the clusters Is reQuired to kill them. I II smaller and more elongated than the that any "grandfather" which one may running be, Instructive to mention tbat the

enormously and disastrously then for When fully grown usually In July the out of doors, woodpiles, stoneplles. Where low cost woodland and nnlro- gypsy egg cluster and of a brighter reddish come across Is almost certain to be really name may of the maker of,the violin of W*

other periods decreasing, only to Increase caterpillar spins a few threads of silk asa fences, walls bowlders and the like. They proved tracts of brush are extensively Infested .brown color. Bnt hare come In a aa old on*. Good specimens In working Is usually to be seen on the Inside of II'CASf'

f again and renew Its extensive ravages supporting framework cast Its skin have been found upon an Immense :varlety and It is not desired to save any radical difference: In habit. Tb. eggs of order If the case be of some solid wood otter of Ib'

2' At the present time It Is most numerous and changes Into a pupa or, as It Is sometimes of objects and occasionally are of the young saplings, It la sometime the brown-tall do not hatch until August. such as oak or rosewood will sell for curious, looking"S" through holes one or which! Ir"""*'!
shaped
2 and destructive In Southern Russia. Up called a chrysalis. The pupa Is seen In almost any situation that Is not thought wise to burn the ground over One would conclude from this that the $100 easily and tbe value I tl a good deal on tbe face of tbe Instrument.

to the year 1S6S It was unknown In the dark reddlab or chocolate In color and too remote from vegetation. The tendency with oil after the brush! Is cleared to destroy t western hemisphere. It was In that very thinly sprinkled with light reddish is to deposit the eggs on the loweror eggs scattered In cutting! If It Is born after the foliage baa practically brass face. Is little atoll<1 of
a thing of Itself but a
year the Insect was brought: from Europeby hairs. Unfortunately, It resembles closelythe Inner surface of the object, but when desired to save the saplings they requireto served Ita purpose and Is ready to turnsere It Is qnlt possible tbat anyone might the works of some of the great pslBt'r

an experimenter living In the town of pupae of certain other moths found IDNew the moths swarm In one place as they be carefully gone over aft: the brush and wither and they do cause but come across% one of the finest decorated will soon give the treasurehunterflcient eu6

Medford. 11.... Tbe experiment of Its England and cannot be Identified! ata sometimes do. they disregard all rules Is cleaned out and burned the egg clusters little damage the year In which they are grandfather clocks. These were made to' being dourMost

propagation in America was distinctly glance except by naturalists or experts.Tba and their egg masses may be found searched out and destroyed by paintIng born. When they first batch they feed about 150 year ago and tbe particular particularly knowledge! one prevent. ould te calb*

S, au<sio.'BS

r from their captivity and spread are however characteristic. all sorts of places' even Inside buildings. them off would not avail; It would simply I leaves, but soon commence the work of manufactured In England were by such a man as Mason for .DI!>tan "

Into many cities and towns of eastern prom about July IS to August 15 the Prom May to August the caterpillar scatter the eggs Then this labor accomplished spinning their winter web. In making sent out te the Far East to be enriched These are often somewhat inst.guta'stt.

ak )Massachusetts, and Increasing enormons- winged moths emerge from the pupae the may be found In various stages of growth the trees mast be sprayed In the web a number ef leaves are drawn with motber-o'-pearl and generally dec to look at, and yet worth a great del:

' y became by Iso) *o serious a pest date varying according to the season and diminishing rapidly io numbers after the the spring with a solution of arsenal of together and a tenacious silken thread Is orated. These are very much wanted at of A In point !is tbat wDui.

that the state began citeruiuative workra'cst the period of pupation. The male moth middle of July. In the spring the small lead to kill the young caterpillar, and woven about them. The web f* grayishIn tbe present time and such' a clock In happened money. to a case friend of the writer* 1

them. Is brownish yellow varying to greenish ones appear on the foliage, feeding principally burlapped through: the summer to kill (color composed of dead leave and good preservation would sell easily for mail watercolor pltt.ire about fix! tack a
This wks continued for 10 years and tbe brown In color. lie has a alender body on the under aide of the leaf.' As those which escape the praying. Th. silk and is very hard to tear apart several hundred dollar One word of picked; for 1.'e

propagation of the peat ao hindered thereby and expands abont one and a half inches they grow they cast or "molttfcelr labor that must actually be performed, Each web contains about :5() caterpillars, caution may be given to the speculator In square buyer was discovered up It was by a tf'1.

r that tbe people forgot about It and relaxed and files actively by day with a peculiar akin sevetal times and these molted skin match must be persistent and never-end and varies tn length from four to six grandfather clocks. At all costs avoid lucky braked painter" and sold It to a dealer! "

their rlgllane. No sooner Nowt Igxag eight The female moth I* nearly are characteristic signs of the presenceof lug If the pests are io l>e kept from disastrously Inches. With the approach of cold weather ."grandfather which only go for 30 ihs rbtare
Ix udon fur $:2ua! It U known
ever bad the state ceased Its systematic white with numerous small black mark. the moth. As the caterpillars acquire multiplying -pot to speak of the caterpillar cuter the web and close hours: there are many of there about > a large ouoibtrr of Turners i,l ktur'

operations than the moth began rapidly log!. She la heavy-bodied and loggian size their protective Instinct leads them their! possible extermination. U enough to the exit boles. and altuough they -arc old yet they are 111 various part of the .uutry, aud rn'
r to gala headway and today It occurs la and expands about two Incae The fe- to begin to feed only at night and during I stagger the man mho o. o. a few acres of Then: -demonstrated the -ttrange phenomenon worth very little. tame might; be said of lualijf utter eu<"'"

-e-- numbers over a vastly larger mole! does not fly; otherwise the spread the day k'tek shelter generally In clusters I orchard or woodland. of a caterpillar "wintering over" Many kinds of candlesticks commonly artists

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I .-. THE PENSACOLA: OURNAt, S'ATURDA'V-M.ORNNG: FEBRUARY 1906
---- PAGE SEVEN

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LESUEE.BROOKS WANTED For Sale !


Jack Built a House REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD For a desirable cash customer, a HOOTON & WATSON ,

cottage on East Hill l fronting Gacs-:

,. RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY den 'St. preferred. .. r Successors to Thos. C. Watson & Co.
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LOANED. .".':".... Leading Real Estate Rental and
at an early, date that spread his fame on the-' pages of his- I FOR SALES ;: Insuranee Agency

tory until ho, Is known to :all'the wo." t

I $5000.00 lots North Hill. .. .. ...:$1250
5 beautIful lots on East Jackson Two-Story A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate.

1< will buy a plot of ground on corner St. .. ..' .... .v .. .. -$2600 I ,
With aLittle I'Bajlen and lots' on North $15COO.OO-A large brick
Wright streets 75 by 150 2' elegant corner building on a good business corner

; with 6 small houses, renting for $45 HU1. . ....... ... .. ..$1500 '. $7.500.00-A large los. lying west of and near Palafox St. about 250

per month. This property wU1 surely Two stores and 2 houses lot sox ._ fL front by 192 ft. de- p. A bargain.

M ;: } :: : : increase in 'value very soon. $2000 125. rents $684... ..,*.. .... ....$t250 Brick Buildingon I en.0-Large 2-story brick building opposite site of New City Hall

oneYt' : f cash and balance on easy terms. Lot 54x125V.. Romana St. near This must be sold at once. or will be withdrawn from market..OO .

Spring .St .. .. .. .. .. .$4000 $S,.. -Largg ,story dwelling with 10. rooms.. servants quarters '

For. the MONEY TO LOAN. modern conveniences. Stone ''sidewalk. Lot 80 by 180 ft. West
and lots
lot. less' trouble than Jack had you cau LOTS $50.00 FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS.L. .HilL '
builJ a house on one Qf thoj-; '
lots on Eist or North Hill corner South Pafafox St. $2,5oo.00very
we.--have for'sale on nice cottage on North Hayno St. with lot 80 by
: ; that, ,will ,have so many conveniences fl5fL .
that Jack would turn ,I on East Hill between Stoddart's and S. BROWN & CO. '
*
green th .
for
< $
nvyWith
one of these lots we can get you the money with a deed'which: I,I L. It N. R. JL This locality is fast This is a good bargain. I OOO.Oo-Largs. two-story. dwelling on North Davis'. street: Very. dasirable. --

to put up thu houso building worth double up and their there cost lots now will before he "WE SELL LOTS" For particulars I I $$2,000.00 ,Iota on East :Hill car ""line; southern exposure, overlooking -

I I paid for on terms offered. : bay. One of the prettiest building sites on' East lulL

I $1C\1O.00-C0mfortable cottage on Brent Road near! Cotton Compress.
apply to "

Pensacola Investment Company I I $1.00 cash and 50c per week FOR SALEBeach I $1,100.00-Five.street room dwelling. with large' lot on. corner; East, Chase

2041$ 8. Palafox! St. Fisher Building. 51,000.00 .
Haven. the..coming suburb of j Five very desirable building ,lots; .frontage of 200
A. H. D'ALEIHBERTE City Manager. i i ft., near S'oddart's Place. '
ii Pensacola( Extenstve Improvements McDavid-Hyer
I i- -- -- I Company
W. KNOWLES, President. R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. to be made this year; street car line 1 LOANS. IN ANY, AMOUNTS MADE ON ,REAL ,ESTATE SBCUIIITT -

J. E. ST1LLMAN, V.-Prej. and GeL Mana er.. KNOWLES HYEX, Treasurer. I if f $1200 guaranteed for beautiful in the waterfront near future.lots. $33 This;).00 Agents New York II I ROWER., ON SHOUT NOTICE, AND AT. .LITTLE. COST TO BOR

Raet Estate Loans General Investments. I Buys neat five roam cottage With bath price for a short time only. For fur. Life Insurance Company. .
I WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE.
I and hall on East Hill. $400 cash. Thisis ther particulars call on or write to
8 E. Government Street. AND IF YOUR RENT RETURNS ARE UNSATISFAC
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. a bargain! for that locality. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO.
t TORY. PLACE YOUR. BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS AND INSURE
Eight room house bath ,electric Phone 7CO.
gas. Pensacola Fla.
SATISFACTION. FIRE INSURANCE PLACED DT FIFTEEN OP
I
I lights large lot and barn, on N. Ha'neSt.
TUB VERY
OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES. IP YOU WANT TO
315000. For SaleHOR'SES
--- RENT A DWELLING OR STORE OR DESIRE A RENTAL AGENT.E .
--- ----- I Two lots across street N. of Mr.
-I \\ YOU
RESPECTFULLY ASK TO CONSULT US.HOOTON&WATSON.
HELP WANTED Wanted :f Hagerman. This 'week: only at, $600. AND MULES-McMillan & Timber Lands

Three lots. corner Gadsden and 16th Turton have just received a car

A.' ,', MOBILE DRIVERS.. REPAIR. WANTED-Position as stenographerby !II'St, $950. load of horses and mules from Tennessee .

\. \ ,-hauffeurs! and others wanted lady of experience. Good references and the latter can be seen at ,

a! 'ne country, 50,000 machines Address L. M, care Journal. c. R. YAEGER Pou's /stables' on West lntendnda' 81.10eb' PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
I s lear in United States; of- lOft>blw. For Sale

,,.. great:; opportunities for our \\"WANTED=Youfrepalr-w orkT": Best 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332 :FORTSLLFirstass grocery store
'
in ft cents a day will qualify you material used; work guaranteed( ; I I and-meat, market: In connection, fixtures _
.: "Ii wages in this growing field work called for and delivered Ring .' I
etc.. Reason for selling leav. Miscellaneous
;
,
and free learn phone 1210 FOsJ We have them. Several splendid, A BARGAIN !
I.
; particulars one H. Peshon Shoemaker .1 I ing, the city. :Address P.; O. Box'682.
.t '(tiding a Dictionary of lotorIll and Repairer; S. W. corner Bay- 7feb. i large and email; turpentine locations, I
addre The len and Intendencia :: .. Saw Mills: and Saw mill locations: SHIP CHAN-DLERS-lcKi Oert-
-, Correspon- Sts. *
6feb2w:!
i nool of Automobile Engiheer- II FOR \LE-Tho Lewis'Bear Co. are FOR SALE.:.....:3. !lcre land on Town : Some excellent bargains in large ing & Co. wholesale and'retail ship FOR SALE

Flatiron New WANTED-Position wanted by young agents foe the famous. Corn Hen Point, opposite city near marine ways. and small traits .of round and boxed chandlers and grocers,only first-class "
>"I e 7106. Bldg, man of ability and temperate habits.'I Feed: Fmfcst thing in :the world to $300 cash: ; ,deep. water.,frontage. Address .timber lands., house of' kind In Pensa ola. Fair '', A hall block of

Familiar with grocery business; would i:' make hens' 'lay.'. :Keeps J .* 'em 'In good Land. care: Journal: 10feu, Large tracts' of Mississippi Delta prices, to all. ground; 7 room 'house.
\ IEI>-Good white woman to help' prefer. position as shipping clerk, but condition too. 7febI -- and' Hardwood lands. practically new; windmill
hotel Century. Address would consider offer of !I :FOR SAL'Ecane QUICK 100 high back Splendid shells barns an'l other
'j input at any clerkship list: of valuable property FLORID.V CURIOSITIES ,
j. Mancil, Century, Fla. lOfeblwv nature. Would require week's notice. FOR SALE CHEAP, AT, WARRING'!I ;bottom ,vchairs.; Will sell 'all and fine location: for a Colony or Stock shell jewelry wood novelties, leather : ; out hou-eg. Situated
TON-One four room house with or'portion of, themcheap..' Jos Roth, ear East Hill car line. .
,. and am already employed. Addre-s: Farm in South East Georgia. goods, Pensacola souvenirs, live and ;I .
\ i'I'ID-Men everywhere; good Clerk," this office. lOfeblOt* front and back gallery; only one year Tarragonna L Government Sts. Some of the choicest residence stuffed Alligators. Goods packed All for the sum of
pass circulars, tack signs-no old Apply to G., R Wilkins. lOfeb.,
places 1" the McClure -
.. beautiful little city of ready for shipment. Mrs. C. N.
steady. Continental DIS- KODAKERS get Kauffman's '
Sfeb2wvit
xng for prices FOR SALE-Two or three. wagons, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. and in Milton Opera House Building. 107 E. ,
Co. Chicago. 9feblw developing and '
finishing. It stand $2,85O.OOWill
I ug
---- cheapest in SALE.-South "hillt"block 211. drays and horses 'cheap, if taken Fla.Our Government St.
city. Romana and -
'" JIN:1'CD-Bright boy to work around Palafox. fronting 400 feet:on 13th street by within a few days. Phone 614 or apply prices and terms are reason MILLER Fashionable
:o MRS. L. E. ,
ii ng office and learn Janlm lO1 feet on Bay lew Park; also at 403: 'N. Reus street 27 Jan. able. most cairy a mortgageof

'I i 10' Apply immediately Printers'l W.\NTED.-SC'cond hand furnitureand south half of block 212.: fronting 400 Cal o'n or write to us. .Dressmaker, latest Ladles and Invited approved to $2000:! ,00. This offeris

II. .!-jg l'O.. 24 W. ( household articles of all kinds feet on 14fi St., by 137% feet on Bay FOR SALS-Beautiful, block In New methods only.Park Hotel. "feblw* geod for a few days. '.
call. Room 4 i
.... for cash Address P. O. Box 353. View Park. The only property' adjoin City. Tract No.312. For cash $600. only.Thos.
17janlm* I ing Bay View' Park that is now for Apply to ATM. McMilla Court Houaa. TURNER & AYMARD CQrno Hen Feed will :make jour I i
\ \t'Efi-Three\ short goods solid-
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laug them'1i health/
sale. The beautiful view down tho hens lay, and keep a ;
'. Solomon Furniture Co. 8feb WANTED.-The public to know it. For sale by the : Pebley
that bayou and down the bay eaR never be FOR SALE.-10 room house. corner Real;Estate and condition. Try ,
',I \ \; H>-Bo\ "'ho-can milk cow,1 old newspapers can be bought at obstructed A. V. Clubbs. 30jly lot 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x Lewis: Bear ,Co. 7febII. !
", horses and do work I this office for five cents a bundle. I Abstract Company I I. Cor. Palafox and Romana Sts.
I "n Apply 501 W all clean and nice.WANTED.Eteetrlc AUTO IOBILES.-I am::agent for the
"III i premibcs. of Standard Clothing Shoes made to
.'.. feb7 Pope Mfg.Co and' can sellr you, autos Co. 29jan P. O. Box I It5, DeFuniak Springs, florida I. 14 W. Intendencia.

1 I 'work of alt kind. from $:;00.00 up. They cost l leai than I FOB. )SALE.-Nlce:s,clean newspapers order; all kinds' of repair' 'work. I D. ; CO o.
\ !r CD .U once, lady Lt 6t'b2w* HALE WILSON 6
\ young steel us ciean jour fans! reair; your horses to Keep up. They can be run for',sale. Only' 5c a bundle. They 1
,III.",lIherddrcss quick P. O.! dynamo tio: )our wiring etc. Pii!.'a3 Board'and Rooms.FOR .
horse ; again am prepared
In sand or anywhere a can go. make good wrapping paper and are lam back: : In t&s city ;
..It (lournal_____ 7fcoED I 570. Peiisacola Electric Co. 2C3 S. Leslie E. Brooks. ,Jest the thing to put under matting. NTrnisJied' i to tune and repair pianos and REAL ESTATE,
unfurnished
First clas Pensa BajlenSECOND R or usual. My phone number I
:*\ cooper. organs, a'5
"ia Tar and Turpentine Co.. Gull: HAND CLOTHING WANT- JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment NORMANS PILLS.-Just received 6 'room: cottage: on' Big Bajou I I is S02 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. RENTS AND LOANS .. .
Olive Oil : 55,600, Compound Cathartic. For near car ]line facing the water., Address .
Retail
o., ta: 6febl\\I'!I: ED-Highest price paid for imported by ,pint I 6feblm* I
genrsclothing gallon or larger quantity. .G....Morasao sale at The AlUator.and. West End P., O. Box 364. Pensacola Fla. -
.Ni-Msnager for branch offlcai only. Also sell second hand &. Co. ship handlers'an J 701 Satoon! :jt ,$&* ,,15novlmFOR lOfeblw* I Mattresses and pillows made and: f
< grocers,
:
... .' \\ 1 I..1 locate here in Pensacola.I goods No.. t 9 E. Intendencia. Palafox. renovated. Sanitary process. Upholstering -: We have the following special bargains -
South 4oct SAL -room' house, at'Gould, FOR RENT.-One nicely furnished in desirable real estate for
\'lit'' \\ ih ipferenc The Morn done. Ttirniture cleaned repaired J very
\\ .i;( d't'' House, Cincinnati Ohio.AMKT JOB PRINTING of' all kinds wanted FOR SALE.;-Only'.4 Young Boat pigs in'g. Apply to' '/". I*, Askergren. room at :24 West Romana'St Phono and varnished. I. T. Pitman, a few days only.
: by tile Majes Printing Co, 24 W. FJa. 28janlm* 548. Seblvi *
.,T""II::- sired by Duke of, Florida 68P23 out Gouldlng. 105 N. Tarragona St. 4fobl r SPECIAL.BARGAINS. ,
Government. Phone 181. Only the of Orphan Lee,of Baltimore ROO lswith .or without board by day
58544.
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\\ > '.\t tmce-houso girl. Ap- best of work. Idee guaranteed with FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved or ieek.. Apply Mrs. W. F. William J. H. Lagan Upholsterer and chair 2 lots in block 170 New City 50x137 .
All registrations -
j 1" ..:.: 4 :\. Dining St feb41w WANTED. I Carl and property. In 'all:parts of the city :304 Ateaniz; St. 9febwfiJ1SHEDfront Caner. Clocks repaired. G1\'ODC feet on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.00
and Setterlind. 3r,
Hauling transfer pedegrees. Chipley
J..A..Wilson & Co, Real Estate'gents, old chairs to cane. All work C i lots corner 16th ave. and Gads .
\VkN1.tlJ': Boy about sixteen to work. Office 363 Fla. .. jcur
phone residence 26no
; I I Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone room for guaranteed. 20t Tarragona street. LIen street .. .. .. .. .. ., .. 1000.00
.
Saunders MlIiU :
:am t:1a7.1fig.pply phou 390. Acobta & White 22 28 N. .: rent, with 'or wlthoutboarth Applyat *
4fcb lots
172.' \- '
'* FOR si-r'r ; clean .old new5pa. < -$& awS y 23jan :5) lots fronting Toledo square in NewCity a.
t > Past Gardtn ISjaa St. '
Tarragona 2sma-1 pers at bYe cents a bundle. This of.I 401 W. Chase. 9feb2w .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00One
will not be responsible -
An\ intelligent person may earn a : WANTED--The Merchants nee I I PLEASANTLY situated rooms, to rent'Apply : NOTICE-The owner debts contracted bj -room house, with bath and

: good income corresponding fo: I Co. wants your moving'and hauling Money to Loan. at 111 W. Chase St. Sfeb2wFURNISIIEDDO11UNFUBNISIIED:! for Kate', fewer connection, gas in every room;

l't'"a ip
.', Ul1m"'e sar)'. Send for panicit-: I sen. ProD Phone 97$. ISjunelm.TTRESSES :2'! !: miles southeast of Chipley. in MONEY TO LO.L-Everybody borrows rooms for rent with privilege of Fay Alabama or Sallie Fla.Guy. 2feblm once, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00 .

r. Northern Press Syndicate, M.\ RENOVATED-?- Washington county; no waste land; 30 money from Jno. A. Hall & light house keeping at :234: E. Gregory. nigan. owner, Portland. i L 6 houses in block 17, West King:
Kporf, N Y, Sno6moeAlhO Newtick acres ready for cultivation Good Tract, renting $30,00 per month. Will '
i furnished if de.ired.11 Co, 16 E. Government street. Whenin Phone 5:>7. 6feb2w This is to certify that tho Ferry I
done' lime rock quarry on prEmises. For Association lend $2.000.00 of necessary .. $2500.00
need call
\\ ; : '10 laborers, wages SI.50 on us. Ofeblm Pass Inspectors and Shippers
In good order on :short notice. Leave TOURIST[ HOUSES No. 222 and 104
further particulars address Mrs.. L. for the: All of these propositions are bar-
p Apply factory of Goulding orders at Green &. Watson Phone MONEY LOANED on ail kinds of per N. Spring St. Good location. Special are not responsible
.. ; Wiselo le, Marianna. Ha.. ITjanlm* boom receipts of their inspection gains and will be held open for a few:
F. 11 \0. 14jan 193. 4feblm! sonal pioperty on short notice. rates to parties or clubs. Apply following -
FOR SALE.Second hand Babcock Terms J. B Gray & Co. 2 W. : Receipt No. 1347. of G. D. caj s only.
--- -- --- ---- --- easy. Mrs. W. J. Williams, 222 N. Spring St. Excellent warehouse location
WANTED.-All kinds of electrical buggy rubber tires in first-class Romana. Phone llb'L' ifeb 3/janlm Robbins; receipt No. 1348 of eagln on
WANTED work. I sell all kinds of electrical condition. For information tel p 1one and Hassell; receipt No, 1295:: of Chas. railroad track very cheap.
MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for Ferry Pass Inspectorsand Good 8 per cent mortgages on hand.
batteries ani other electrical supplies. No. 51FOR Snowdena.
other sufficient security by applj- rent with or without board. No Association by J. T. Rest kind of Investments.
\ k, When need me ring 343.: 955. Shippers
\ \'I$ < or
loan jon
to
money on jour
I Pebley Palafox housekeeping. Apply 310: West Property in all parts of city vacant
ing to Thos. cor. and light Jan 81n ,
beautiful Prca
Star SAI..E.-Mo&t residence :
It fI.1 1 propem and household E; W Peake..new Laundry build-. Harper.
up stairs. 17novax.MONEY Gregory. jan21.1mo"BOARD or improved; wanted and for sale
",. .\loinlr Loin; Co.. corner Jef ing, E. Garden. 15dec. block in Pensacola, overlookIng Romana. DRESSMAKING. Alice W. Her
TO LEND-On. good real AND LODGING-.New furniture '
Texar. estate
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-- --- : bay and Bayou Magnificent first-das dressmaking !-
1\ : WANTED-To loan money on jour. live oak magnolia and other shadetr security, or on good collateral, large clean rooms. Terms rea o man shop at her residence. 106 E.

watch, jewelry and personal effects >es. Ideal location for home. hotelor at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. sonable. Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock 103: Ladles invited to call. Phone 234.

'- .1 n !i' HOUSE DYEI "G. Pressing I Highest cash! price for old gold sanitarium. A. C. Bmklo\: Fisher building. 21Jan East Intendencia St. ISjanlm* Intendencia.*

.: I 'f smug Club. 118 N. Palafox and silver. Lighlinan k Klein, 106 E. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal WANTED.-A few boarders at 212 Wl 31jan3w

I 1'. J, Davis, Prop. Your pat- Wright. Ifeb FOR SALE-House at Goulding on property on short notice. Grego-j' 'New house<< good neighborhood STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. :M.: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT :
I hard road 4 looms, bath and kitc and ,
Passengers
:] master.
i. "-In'it-i I; satisfaction guaran- Terms easy. J, W Bullard upstair and on car line. 12Janlm* Rogers,
WANTED.-A. R. Bingham wants en. nice stable. Strictly cash. M service between Pensacolaan
''II attention la lies'I'hone Palafox St, Phone 11446nor. Freight
otul South
given :28! ,$ ROOMS 10 RENT with or without AN ORDINANCE
".t' 1222 Sfeb r jour moving and hauling lIe guarantees S. Borras, Standard Oil Cos office, Freeport. Fla At Bajlen street '
board.: 22 E. Garden. 18Janlm I Entitled An Ordinance: to Prohibit ,
Phone
all breakage 630. Pcnsaco; ,Fla. _, SOjanlra* wharf, Wednesdays and Satuidays. I
j't.S f (,I.N 'VAX1'Eillte woman I UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan NICE FURNIShED ROOMS foFTent? Tourists and others desiring to see I Smoking in Electric Cars in Opera. s

"41P iHisiiion as nurse or cook, for i QUICK DELIVERY-Hauling of all, FOR S.\LE.-It you hue $8.000 to invest on all kinds of personal property. Newly furnished, clean and nice. places of interest on Choctawhatchie I tion Within the City of Pensacola.Ba .

I ..f tuod t leputation. Apply 1373I :; }kinds soilcited; moving of furniturea in a saw mill proposition worti Special rates to business men on large near po toffice." Apply at 128*-$ E. I: and Santa Rosa Sound should : it ordained by the Major and -

.,,' : -I" n St 7feblw* I specialty. East Hill Transfer Co $10000nte Lock Box 26, DcFunlak leans. The New York Loan Co., 204}$ Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. Bay this trip. Special rates for par. : the Council of the City of Pensacola:

Residence Phone 454; office Phono( Springs I'la. This will stand tie 1 1I I South PalafoiESCAMBIA 7janlm. II make lies of ten or more. For rates or :1 Section 1; That from and after the '
i 1 I ,< \VANTED-By: competent 918. 14janlra'I closest investigation and the first I I ., ------ -- date of tho of this
man I I Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat other informatIon. apply on board or pa sagr\ ordinance.
"" (per cither as bookkeeper, with tne money gets it. No time toI I It shall be unlawful for
,. this office. They are all clean address P. O Box 6S2: Pensacola, Fla. any person to
OYSTER DEPOT.
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v' collector. Have had six with agents or trifl rs. in the of
,. LOST waste 24Jan and nice. 27JanlmJOHN smoke on, or or on platform ,
.1 v., ,p once. Can give good refVildress I .. -- I electric cars in operation within the
.. ,'I I, '. \.. care JournaL : FOrt SALE.-One choice block' on top Phone 1210. BAY: HtTEL.-Open night and day.EuroWan i FLO. Boot and Shoemaker. city except upon extra or special cars
LOST-A petition containing numberof i of the ridge east of the plan. Rooms light and
!' uh'T' electric !
: to order repair-
work -
;
Flue Perdido Bay Plant and Escam- Fin custom set apart and designated by the com.
of value to but 7th
signatures no one railway, between and 8th streets. clean. Transient trade solicited.
,: bia Oysters at reasonable prices. material and workmanship guar pany oparating the same as cars upon '
\ '. : JIJ; -B> white man position owner Reward for return to Journal: Nautre has favored this section and It 375579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicolau Ing rn.a calL 120 .
Please: give which smoking may be allowed. ,
'.,,' :dor cook or as cook, gardner office. 9feb,i cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clnbbs.i C. Tabarras & CO. [ prop. E anteed.Government street. Phone 1086. Section 2. That any person con. s -

i r in gentleman's family. Ado rhinstone comb, probably 27Janlm
I ST-one : vlcted far violating any provision of '
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<> Sinclair. 102 S. Adams St. on Palafox street Return to -c----' I ,, ,_ this ordinance shall be punished by a
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bbsen Suitable -- --- -------'-- DVV1S
building. THE
I room 211 fine not exceeding tW.f'nty.flve ($2500) tt

C \ I UD-\DU to use Corno lien reward. Sfeb I I I wnolosale and retail manufacturers dollars, or by imprisonment not exceedlng Ii

"I, This makes jour hens lay I..OST-Ladies watch; return to I and dealers in cotton mattresses and thirty (30) days or by. both
hand furniture
.'' a'' "rs T iH m. Trv it.o'or ale Hooton's Pharmacy for reward. I i Some Special Bargains in Real Estate. bought bed springs and" sold Second Upholstering and r!- such tine and imprisonment in the dicretion '. .
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of the Recorder
: tit. Lewis Bear Co 7feb 6feblw I
114 E. BelmontSt.
pairing a specialty Passed January :24.! 19OS. ..
I '
C. Da vi
771. T. .
) *, VTED; .-Your repair work. Best city. Phone I Signal January 25. 1906.
-- We make a special offer of 7.room and nail house on the southeast corner of I6th street and 18th avenue I ITJanlia I
aienal used work guaranteed L. Mgr Approved CHAS. H. i.
I) I" ; FOR RENT I I"i h ;.1 lots. This Is an Ural suburban home.. fruit trees, stabl windmill, tank in house e.'erjthing convenient : = II : BLISS.Attest
stion Shoemaker and Repairer, ; ; !
W. and new. The hou.e and improvments could not be duplIcated' for the :price..... .. ....... $2500.00 CUT.UJERs rjrprompn; : Mayor.
corner Bajlen and IntendencU6feb2w* FOR RENT' Two story residence; Three lots on the 'south side of Cervantes street. between 8th and 9th avenues, 120 feet front by 137 feet I filled for ros\ carnations, flowers C. E. MEHRITT. Clerk.ADMINISTRATOR'S .

I with all modem conveniences, corner -I I 6 inches in depth. We d Ty you to find three cheaper lots in this' section than these at .' . ..$650.00 and designS: of a'l! kinds. Miss Borti11

\r*M; 'KD-Kverj body in Pensacola! Spring and Strong Sts. Apply C.,, A :)-room and ball house with 6 lots on the southwest corner of Wagner and "C" streets. This is one Smith, 616 N. Barcelona. Phone: 651. "I NOTICE. ,, :

Know that the Y. M. C. A. build! IL Turner 9feb. of the highest points in'the city well ,drained, a fine garden, chicken houses and stabl?.. .. .. .. $1000.00 Estate of Frederick Bonar, decf> M. j '
_ L. Diamond Tailor.
's was built of brick made by the i TAILORING Creditors legatees distributees: an4
II acola Brick Co, and they are pre- j.' R RENT.-Elegant 2-story S-room I FOR RENT Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and' all persons having claims or demands
a : cotta?- at 318 West Belmont St. Apply repaired on short notice. No. 1U4 !I .
*1 Ui, .d to furnish jou J. S. Walton, to Walter Ingraham at Star,Laun-I! 715 N. Bavlen St. .. .. .. u .. n, .........$35.00 721 W. Main St.. .. .. .. .. ..... ......... ...$12.50 t West Government St.. Pensacola. FlaJ against the said estate are required to .L

6feb: dry. 2jan N. E.'corner Bajlen and DSoto ..... .. .. ..$35.00 1 409 E. Zarragoasa. .. .._ .. .. .. .' .. ....$12.00 I II Idee. I present the same to me within two (2) .k

'iArrRFSESmadto;; order; old I Cottagj on Bay! Shore.. -. .. .. .: ......$2500 107 W. Chase St.. .. r. .. .. .. .. ........$20.00 I I years trom this date.

1\1.> resses renovated and new tick FOR RENT,-Elegant two story store I Cottage at Fisherville.. .. .. .. ...... .....$15.00 908 E. Belmont.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$ 7.50 J. H. PORTER. sailmaker, 716 South P. II. WHALEY. Administrator

1'', shed: if desired. Ring phone 771 room in new Star Lauudry building I Cottage at Flaherville. ... .. .. ...... ......$10.00 I 111 N. Donelson.. .. _.. '.. .. .. .... .. ...$7.00 Palafox street Orders taken for January 13. 1906. 13janoaw8tr

"ai:! ai 114 E Belmont St 2feblmvv I E Garden street Apply Walker 22dec.In- i 1 240 E. Intendencia.. .. .. .. .. .. .... ......$22.50 1101 W. Government St.. .. .. .. .. .1 .... $ 8.00 tents awnings, camp stools and house) NOTICE.
CREW
I graham, StarJLaundry.._ cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan..
,*N t'ED--To buy old gold and s1I \ :ATRTBINGlfAM has storage room for Are you satisfied: with your rent returns? We make the collection of rt'nts'a' specialtj Give us a trial. Neither the captain owners

I ,, tirofcen up stuff regardless: of rent, suitable for furniture or other You will be pleased. nor consignee of th. g ,

'"'' \ un paid. Ligatman & Klein. I goods, 104 and 106 South TarragonaI Money at the lowest ,market rate'of interest on improved or vacant city property. Safes! Safes! Safes! a British ss Hataau will be reaponsibla '
)' S0novFOIJNIYoung I for debts
i6 Wrlght. Ifeb Phone 630 I : con.
:I tracted by the crew of said
1XTEO,-Rear-E taU--foT sale or,, < ._ r Buy Diebold Safqs! ....MlreJ. .4,,
""U .. ase or exchange.: Your busl- The Fisher Real Estate Agency
n. .. ,pectfully solicited J. A. WilH"ai -! Found Scarritt Moreno : C I, ilARQUA Captain.,

If.n. ( Estate: u.V. Gov-I Phone 87. 2O6 Palafox .I
Agent, 22 I ;= South : GULF TRANSIT CO.
CtunWnt $iraet. Room 7: :SalisburY hound puppy!j Agent. I Consign***. 1 St's
bu40,", phone 172. 23jan:I Call phone 1250.- SfcbSt

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PRINTERS DAILY NEWS --- I McMillan Bros. Co.]1* -

fifOBIZE When Securities Decline i in Value-1 1j



Unseen I WITHDRAW FROM UNION Wl j investment above all others that is safe


-- I..: 1 beyond all peradventure! -unshrinkable-

have made contracts with the Union always worth 100 cents on the dollar is

: : J Apparel. President of Union and the Re- to employ union labaf during the ... :.. I
present year. 'EqUita'ble.I
-- MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. A Policy in The .
Members. Both Issue --
tiring .
President Hayes' Statement ;: 4j

President P. S. Hayes of the Typo- I Bros. Gen't Agts'Fire
Statement of Respective \ Knowles
DO YOU REALIZE HOW graphical Union when seen* by The lA I m :: Pensacola
Journal last night and asked for a "
: MUCH YOUR COMFORT DEPENDS Positions. statement concerning the withdrawal' t ....
i of the News force, said: '
: UPON YOUR UNSEEN -- ( t"I I
; r It appears that Pensacola also is to( "The letter that appeared in The; f .Naval Stores. *s xaxsv sx- :. ;::

'-i APPAREL HOW IT cetne in for its share hi the controversy -'News this afternoon over. the signal I Savannah: Ca.... Feb. .9.-The naval a :E': J 6AOOL.A. I
which is 'now oing on in various -1 tures of Messrs. Largue, Roche stores market.closed t lay a-$' follows:
: ALTERS YOUR ENTIRE PERSONALITY parts of the country betweenthe Beirne, tendering their resignations!I Brings backa :I WW.. ,..6 1VG 8. Iron Works and Supply Co I

I: ., '; ii IF IS IRRITATES Typographical!' Union and the, as members of Typographical Union hint.of the olden days. : \ .' 6 1IN. ;
fc: newspaper.and job office ernpiojers.- ; No. 293 contains many statements'' Stimulates and gives I .585 Manufacturers and Repairers of j l

g OR DOESN'T FIT The trouble in Pensacola. however,;'Which are not only incorrect, but i, renewed and M .. .. .. .. ..5 35K I MACHINERY AND BOILERS 5
: does not seem to hate resulted front. which have a tendency to create n: strength vigor.A i .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..510 FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 8
1 YOU WILL APPRECIATE the' :eight-hour movement which the j, wrong impression in the minds of1 favoritedrjnk with all men. : i. .. .. : .. .. ... .,440 $ ,

) OUR PERFECT FITTING UNDERWEAR Union some' time ago Inaugurated. but members of different organIzations' Try it today : H.. .... ...:; ._ .. : .. .'.380 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY' i$
from othr causes: which are not jet : the city as well as the public in gen I .. t; Prompt attention given to all orders, day or mgat Agent
? : ; and you'll forget your years. '.. .. .'.. .. .. .. .. .. 245 .
'4 :t AND THEIR I clearly apparent.On : eral. |hp!.. .. .. .. ... .. ....-..... ...3 40 for James McK r & Co.'s ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs, alto! 7
j I : Thursday, the printers employed -I "'[lie statement of these three I'I'I ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT"B&B" }IE.. .. .. ,.' 335 Chains of all descriptions. 1
? w SMOOTH VELVET FINISH- by the Daily News addressed a printers would lead one to beleve: I D .; ..' .3 33 5 Office Phonq.l23. PHil. WITTMAN. Mjr. *=
letter to the local TypographicalUnion I, Atlanta ; Residence PHone 1029. P- O. Box 12J. 7
that demands were made' upon the .3 33
hi? ITS MADE FOR YOU. PER withdrawing from the organ Daily News that were no- made upon'; '! Ic Spirits Turpentine 63""cents.I %: %::s %::s. ::%:tzrn s:. ,"

SUIT-$1.00 TO $6.50. I! ization the and letter yesterday as fol'ows:the ;News published -.I other demands papers were and made.job offices.Every No year such we) Market.. .. ......... ... ................-... .ei -..'").m...
-- Pensacola Cotton I.
i i1 Withdrawal of the News Printers. sign contracts with printing'e:tibUshjraents. I
I Pensacola, Fla.. Feb. 8, 1906. and. last January was no efxjception. -' Morris Dannhelsser I I C. Gunter Elmore, F. O. B. cottoa!
To the Officers and Mefbers of Typographical Each reads alike in, fact the i broker gives the following. quotations: i AUSLEY & COMPANY f
Union,'''No. :293.! j contracts are carbon copies, except |'for February 9:
: j Gentlemen-After carefully and ; that the morning newspaper scale: '" (Formerly;! of Dannheissfcr Bros.) I Good 3IidJling----------- .. ..10%
The John White Store jI fully considering the circumstances somewhat higher than that of the af-[' Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine Strict MildIlng..t.. .. ..10.MiddLns .

; I leading up to the conditions now exIsting -I I..ternoon paper. Thsc contracts were .I Wines. Beer; and Tobacco. ; : .. .. .. ;., .... .. ... ..lOfci i. COMMISSION BROKERS i ii
!W' Specialist in Men's Wear, in the Union, we have con| presented on the first of January by' Old Hickory Whiskey J MySpecialty i Strict Low Middling... .. '.. .. ..lOVe ,
cluded to and do hereby tender our J t myself: and members of the executive: : Low Middling; ..... .. ... ..10
i 205-207 S. Palafox Street. resignations as members of T. U. No. : committee to' every employing prtatT. PENSCAOLA.12 W. Zarragossa Street FLORIDA.SO .II Stains and tinges } to 1 cent lower i 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !
i in the All ,,were .
293 and ask that our names be stricken -i city. readily signelexcept +
Phone 225. ( in the case of Mr..I) -- -- .. -- -. -. -
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from the roll of m?mbershlp.'e The News.
I \\ cannot conscientiously remainas Ward the manager, when first approached -' : TOURS TO EUROPE- TO JAPAN | Holiday Today..an. Monday. 11 Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS i
members in the Union as at present ::- : asked for time.. This wa.;. Uudtr superior tgt"m.ntt'XC''OtiGna1, I'I To-day and Monday will be recognized .
officered and constituted for I granted hm.: Afterwards hesigned advantage. Fail Tours Around ton World as holidays 'by the New York' .
_ _ many
Annual Oriental Cruise, February fro 1! market -
-- --- -; a contract. for the but absolutely in exchanges hence no quotations
reasons. It has come to our know: newspaper I
N Free.FRANK
; from various refused: to pay the scale of 'gram ; ( for those' dajs'will}: be received i !
edge sources that we
; 7 I C. CLARK,96 Bway, New York
: are charged 'with working contrary to i wages in his job office. One of his The CIrcago: markets} also close on

the principles of unionism; in fact'!;i employees, who was then a member --. --- -- Monday, Lincoln's birthday. i Bought and' Sold on Margin or for Investment.
: we have been termed non-union men.the union was found later guilty of W
'We are informed that certain men j I what :is commonly known 'as 'scab- Florida and Alabama AUSLEY &CO.'S REPORTS i
I now in the employ of the Daily News, .bing,* and was expelled from the Liverpool Cotton Market. i Reference: First National Pesplss Binks. Phone 1173

A' to be "culled'* and other'! union. LAND COMPANY Cloca
!' were out ........... ................ ............ ...J
steps taken to see that things: were!! "The" union has within the past JwK-Feb..............:....................&72
; Manufacturers of Feb.-Mir: ................................... .i
in used honorable o. ;
run different from at month means
I I present, a To the manner matter little. to arrange matters every with Mr.' Ward and Dealers. in Var.-Aprll..........;..'...:................5.74Apnl .... ................. ......o+.... ......:

plainer, have put been a the j j knowing well at the time that he had LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. .May,..,...,.............................5...
we prjuded violated his with within GLES AND KILN-DRIED' SAP. Mmy-Juiie...................................5.MJanoJttlT. !! f LIGHT THE HOME i
tw
I only thing loft to complete the chapter (-I agreement ............................0......&.&:2
is for the Union to 'officially" notify -lone week after signing it. He s>eni. -_. 'Jcly-AOg-ust................................ :;.81 .
us of Us jTum-haad" findings. I bigly! has endeavored to "rat": his office u 8t-8ep'emb.r.........................5.G
: Personal and petty spite enter and has at last succeeded. He September-October ............ ..........9A2 I i .WITH GAS. !
largely! into and are potent factors in has made the statement to m? that I Oetober-Koreiuber ................ ......557
I the discordance that' now prevails in I he did not propose to have his office SHIPPINGNEVESSELS NoYember-PewrabfT .............. .... ....5.56Deeember.Jasuary :
the Union, and we moat positively: refuse -conducted by the union 'but would i{ ........ ............:..- It makes a brilliant, though softand mellow
to obey the dictates of a majority: !I lot run an open shop and could K't all Liverpool 8pow.5.87 i light, which is not hard on the eyes. It's safe, i
I (with few exceptions) of an organisation the men ha wanted within a few '
: who e membership seems determined ,l hours. I II II': t'ORT.tesrn3ttIps. I New, York Cotton Market. 4. and so convenient. Just the thing for the .

to enforce unjust demands:I I "Now as io the three men<< who. I I Open High: Low Cose: : reading table with a portable gas lamp. The :
I on an employer with no right to an I.I wished to' withdraw from tba union 1I Aliotb, Dutch ss;; 'Jlulda, 12D8. :: Rot- March.........HK2 1073 1067 10.7; Welsbach about four times the :
appeal to a higher: and more competent -'I will state that t thy notified ma of,]!I tcrdam to order. i.May.1083July. .. Hurt( 1083 lOllS i single archives
body as guaranteed by our Constitution I tbeir intention Thursday afternoon. I!! Beta, Ger ss, Berg;', lob. !),. Stettin to ....,. 1107 lie. 10.92 10.97-1.8 light of the ordinary open tip and with a :

CHAS. BLL'M' &OCO I this right being arbitrarily,!. saw one of tham and asked) him 'to reconsider P nsac la Lumber "Co. October,............10.O: 1'.1.310.3:1: KXU-33 i smaller consumption of Ask us about it. :
Eastlands Br sThomas, gas.
unjustly and unconstitutionally d'>-t such action. Ih refused to 2001' New Tork Spot 11.:5:: .
: 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST., t nietl l l>y the President of T. U. No.j I ao so. } !have ben members of union Gamma. Ger 'SS, Berg, Funchal,*toWm.
This ri ht of also our they
: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I 1:93.denied us, and< the !idea apPt'al that was-wo must I have seemingly done everything within S. Kejser & Co. >". Wheat. I | Pensacola Gas Company i
I their to Gracia. Span ss, Ruiz. 2021. Cienfu-
hi. powr prevent a settlement
submit ,,
Open
-- ---- to tha rulings of the local High Low Cioi .
: A GENTL MAN'S TASTE IS I Union without the right of appeal unless r of differences! between tho gos. to Gulf Transit Co.liatasu MayJuly._ 85 85*;; 847, 8 S : Phone 148 24 and 27'E. Garden Street.
t i BEST wa first obtained tha consent of ,. union ana> the N ws. Their resignations Br ss, Masguand. :2160: Nw ..........._ :% 84,',; sayt4l. I : :

: SUITED WITH A I the local President is ridiculous. have not been accept, but Orleans to Gulf Swedes TBmsit Rclel Co. 1423 :...................................................:
I they have been expelled<< on the Helslnberg. '
This [ ; '
right has denied
alreaJy: been us I : Corn. -
; of .
charge lluera.
9 CERTIFIED CHECK seemingly; to the delight of President 'ratting. ..
: Open High Low Clo e
Hares, who claims the credit of this I i' This union has asked nothing of ,? Kirkswood' Br s?,>Larson-, 2093;),Lon May............44 44 13l 4 44 Prompt delivery to any part of the
I I don. E.i: B. ACOSTA\ & CO.
5c CIGAR.All denial of right and jnstice. We not :Mr.: Ward which has not been, asked I ,)0.1.4.J 44! 44 44 city.
and is Secunda Br ss, Donnelson, 1309,
received
being from cvror
only lay the blame on T. U. 23 for, ? N. Tarragona
Office and Yard-22 to 2S
the qualities of flavor, aroma the existence of personalities, but,' lice In IPensacola. All we want is a Tenereiffe to The W.- S. Keyser Co. New York Stock Market. Iihote.aI.and Retail Dealers In 3G5
St. Feasacola Fla Phone
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$i color and goooSniaterial( is we also blame the President of th" i fair daj's pay for a daj's work. Vivina, Span Bustinza,'1183, Liverpool Open Gnu ,
embodied! in it. T. U. for ignoring' the appeal for I.j:I "This union does not propose to fair treatment from members Rood t6r into any newspaper controversywith \Vermland Swfd ''ss, Anderson 1473::, Copper.....................- 1144A.8.B 1US COAL WOOD AND ICEwere
1 A.Greenhut&Co. tttamling and from in who: the manager of the Xews-.ol' any Tampico to Pensacolaa Lumber So. ..........,............. 143 145
has an rronlojer! 'i of its ("l1Iplo'es.Ve ask of members Atch,:.........,............. pAR ". "" --- --- ---. -- --- .
$ : : always been fair! Union labor.fWe Ships. -- -----== -- ---
to ---
I DISTRIBUTORS, of organized labor, however and 1 ...... ............... 16-'i 4 ie
: PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. withdraw from the local Unloa'; their sympathizers to assist\ Avon Ital Sip, A.egno.. 1601, Genoato R.BT......t.t.................... M7 fj disappointing; this mornln;. reporting -
because A5 know that demands recently -: seeing that the union us by Rosasco' Bros. B. .t 0 ..........,......... .... 114 lIll. spots on the other side down
made: were unjust in the evitreme. : label i appears I Casanova Ital bk. Avegno 1069 Eri............................ .6' 4#' i 8 points with contracts sonic 3 to ;5
Jii Our feeling toward the) upon their printing and upon' their Genoa. 'T C.F.I ........................ 7 7e points lower and a further decl'ne!'
VVOODAll Union, as a Union, have undergone noj papr. I might state, also, in this I Elvira,. Port ship. Rodnques. 1488, U. 8........................... 44'I. 4aU was reported before the close due it
connection that the \Vest Florida -. .............
change and we f>el that we will be! Lisbon to oidr.Adele. B.. preferred: 109 IoL. ,. ; in private cables, to Mr.
: ; kinds that you want. subserving the best interests of true Printery is also an unfair office. I R.8............;.......-...... 84 8 was reported and
unionism by severing our counction having in its employ a man who was ,: Carecs .& N<....................... H!),'; 151!. Buston predicting a good decline
with this organization expelled from the union." .-Swed bk, Janse, 596. Havana l.ed........................ 841, W4: jobbers selling.
OAK AND PINE stitute' We have ever as been now mindfulof con- I Due Cuigini. Ital bk, Olivarl, 125, 1.0 ....;.....:....... ......... 178, 177>i Our maikets opened barely steady,
-- - to order. Slet..1 :?::'. l2tI5C&ii.Pso. selling orders predominating oa account -
tha conduct that is exacted of a : Genoa ...................... '
&**** *** Gudn Nor' bk. Saanum; 821 Ham- 175'! 175 of the weaker cables but there
: tc ; cheaper than you can buy good Union member and have *mdeaored -, ). N.Y.C ..... .................. 14V. 150 seemel no disposition the part of
p t:1 It anywhere. Any size you to live up to the require-', .. 'burp: to master. P.O .........::.. ............. 1.R'DG. -4 100'(()!4' the bears to increase their lines over
want. m 'nts. When bickerings and personalities -; q PIANOS AND ORGANS. I KilUeaa.. Oan bk, Pedersen- 765, ...........,............. 1:111: 1414 : New York
the
holidays being
'cease to rxist, when innocent .i.. CASH OR EASY TERMS. '..: Bahai. gt.P................... ...... lsiL'. 1 5'4 com ng ,
members are not convicted without a1: .. All Piano Work Guaranteed. ...-I, Providenza Ital bk, Obese, 1185. R.I............................ :27!, :!j closed two days and all markets on .. "
E. G. SEWELL hearing and contrary *o the tenets of ;.:. CLUTTER & RUSHING, Tonio. Ital bk. Tonino' 1032. Genoa. 8 R............;............... 40'( ,; f 41 Monday (Lincoln's birthday). Th '\"
unionism, then we \vill return .: 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. | Genoa to master. T.C.L------------------------ 15:R 1S9141'i longs of late have been doing very lit : \\
; ; .r'# union whose welfare all to thei PHONE 476. Thomas, Ital bk,.Lano, 803, Naples I Penna......................... 141, tle and the market developed into avery : ....wt
Phone 614. desire. Self-respect we and so selt-pro-much. t, 1 Schooners. U. P........,;................_ i54i.. 156Auslsy tame affair, fluctuating along!' KEY OF SOLID GOLD CANNOT
t tection demand that for the present t' : ': -i'q' : : : Horatio! L. 8akr. Am sen,- :Mohr, very narrow lines. j 1 HEALTH'S GATE UNFOLD."
we withdraw. 720, Lagua to J. A. Merntt & Co. : & Co.'s Daily Cotton L Wr.: The weather map was: a toad j hr
I But the gold can buy the drug
lh Very reapctfully. New York Feb. Lnerpool cablesCOFFEE effect reports that commenced considerable coming delay in I will loosen mana. -r-n'P I

!I JAMBS LARGUE JR., -- ---- -... ----- -- log experienced in prep or muscle and healTh aJ'
,1 Best Clothesfor II. M. ROCHE. REWARD app( *
$25 roil wide when ion
the new crop this putting a i open
JACK L. BEIRNE. !
clK-mica
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l C. E. COBUR ER.t fSiEDSWHlCH I IWe the heavy selling but was : rightly.! \: toilet Pure and lrug Pi-k rOOm a1'*
!
L't 1 enough to encourage any I
t t Statement-by the News. I II .;\ .. ::1 buying it being somewhat I s, perfumes, soaps --i>V''rYI.lIZ:
I ,the bath or shaving bprc.
: J for such reports to have
I Preceding his letter from its cm I ,
&, upon values. Fertilizing on I
I ployees, the News published the following are the Pioneer port heavy orders and all KOOTOH'S PHARMACY,

4 : statement: I I IAn Coffee Roasters of pont: to large a crop next | Delivery.
Birth
article in The Journal of to-day t Place of Prompt
I less Providence; intervenes! '
i : Fewest Dollars headed "Organized Labor" Is meant West Florida.McHUOH'S'BLENDS. are inUned'to: consider it I 1 PHONE 1100.
i for this paper. The News. since its to .
judgment
speculate on
organization i In 1883, has besn I ---
j as em- ,i SUCCEEDWhen so. I
q : p'.ojer of or.;anlz"' :J labor and stands !
j 1- '. now as it has always stood, for the, The bears do not seem to Grocery Co.
rights of the laboring classes. It has; much faith in the reported' i
r THAT'S A STATEMENT no fight with the Typograph'cal tormed by. Mr. Thomas and 604, 606, 608, 610? S. Palafox St.

.i SHOULD I Union but the Union has made unjust You Buy have Street speculators to buy five- :
t' THAT : INTEREST and unreasonable demands that no equal. A trial) thousand bales of cotton Fhons 725.

1 : EVERY MAN AND BOY IN : could not be acceded ta. These demands Get the Best. t will convince the con- every bale of it ,should it be V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
If this should turn out true it
i were illegal and so; unbearablethat It's the in the End.
I PENSACO"A. WE KNOW the employees! of the paper, all Cheapest I noisseur that we undoubtedly exert good

r; THEY'RE GOOD, THOROUGH. I j I that Union they men could in! good no longer standing affiliate, decided with ,( WARRANT for the arrest of this "'0-1! make'no extravagant the the market heavy ,short and possibly Interest that work."A HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO

man. She is about 26 years of age! claims. to covering and prices would
c .: LY GOOD AND STYLISH AND J the organization. } EAT.
.- .t.n ": A misleading! statement occurs in iandreth'sNew j weighs 135 pounds, thick, dark hair j much faster than they went II!
AT A PRICE NEARLY AL. i the article referred 'to and must have I high forehead, brown eyes five feet1 i possibly higher than ever :Just Received: l S
I Halibut Quick
1 Wholesale : Chunks
: [ been known to the he and Retail The damper placd 'upon
writer as signs .high., wears No. 6 shoes upper teeth !. $*'
of Mackerel. $ <
WAYS $2.00 TO $3.50 A SUIT ; 50 kits fancy -
tion all during the
for the un'on. that is that no contract crowned tooth. She ,present i
filled and
rI i gold one .
I I RetailGROCERS combination of
i has been signej between this paper by: a 1
CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN kit
has long fingers with rounJ' nails. worked 50 kits Salmon $1.25 per
and the union, when in fact the con- undoubtedly kIt
U GETANYWHEREELSE.HATS tract was signed a month ago and is Crop Plump of figure i an? fairly pretty. Her! jury to thfc south, and should 50 kits kits of halibut Cod Tongues tins $1.25 and per Soun-

t now in possession of the Union. It i maiden Iaine. was .Thompson which.] all kinds of Feed as able a Wan as }If. Jordan 50 ..kILBloaters

SHOES AND FURNISHINGSAT 'I was signed in the presence of Itsi i came she has possibly assumed. .- producers cannot ,to per Jlilkers and Roes, Herring'
I President and delvered! to him with : StuffPluto class of men- and get a re PickleS
DeFwnlak SpritfgV'Florida Pickled Salmon! Dill
THE SAME RATIO OF Just Received I Wirasheriff at for :
I the promise on his part that a copy, for'th pile, their cotton. Sauer Krout.
::1 ;. PRICE SAVING. would be returned at ones. This he .. . ... ; $25.00 reward cnlFd.:" in crops has been preached Feet in kIts $1.00.
; has so far failed to do, and; assuming'': . Fisher :Monroe Douglas This woman, : southern planter for' a long Pigs Maaewal. and Lange's Fruit C:1k: ;
I that it was not satisfactory to the' --- . I IW. Florence Wood, kidnapped .him{ .frojo.Freepoft. Water the majority do not seem to Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake -*
1 Union a request was made for Its return Fla. on the nigfatof September that way, and we must ; pound.
: for the purpose of cancellation, :6th. 1905. The chili is 6 years old, a large crop of. cotton must We handle the celebrated blends or
: which has not yet been done. A. D'Alemberte fair skin light hair has upper fore- care of by the world and it roasted by the Gulf City Coee
r H 0. ANSON i The Union's Announcement. I 1 teeth rotted off: very plump weight Wholesale and Retail. constantly increasing .. H. P. Chipman. Manager ,
j about 50 pounds;. very: bright .child. hoB prices at their present : ,..35c lb. Gold Standard. -<*
Oaxaca '
I I ,I i The article in 'IbeJournal, to which Druggist and Apothecary, :, Expenses paid both ways delivering New Orleans Grocery Co. are inclined to think that It j Diamond Blend; .23c:; lb; Goiaea
Is :
f CASH CLOTHIER reference made in the above was Springs.tFla. In
addition
i I child to DeFunlak -$ to be a hard matter to do \' 20c lb.Strictly .
I I the adtertlsement of' the Typogra- Telephone 103.mSmttPihfnShett.. !
to the $25'reward. I III. much less force them higher, fresh roasted and as goo
Corner Palafoi and Main. phicaJ Unicef which appeared In these DOUGLAS Jas.
hL ( A. j McHugh rate it willtake united action Coffee sold In this city
I I columns ,yesterday and which namel I Father of the child, j jDeFjmiai'Spiiass south to do. it. Petty Send any orders and we Yom **
us
I jour
I the printing offices in the city which! : : Jla.1 Phone 05. Proprietor among,ourselves WOtdothe_ I promptly.



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