The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 13, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Latest Telegraphic! News Servke-Foreigin' ;' l and a DQm'gstic) ts FUmlshed'by: The Associated 'Pr ss JT r

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Circulation January' i was for J J'.n' d'i1.t. J,. t tn" Circulation January Was for_ 5. 8O.1! .g;_ ). '

THE WEATHER: Fair Tuesday; Wednesday rain; light to fresh east winds.. ) t
VOL. IX. NO. 38. :e ?





I : Edward Asked to Withhold Consent -

Humorous Amendments to PROCLAMATION FOR to Union of Princess Ella and

the Bill Were Offered by TAMPA EXPOSITION

Members. I King Alfonso, of Spain.By .

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING PRESIDENT TO TAKE I Associated Prese. The federation declares the proposed

ACTON INTRODUCED IN CONGRESS BY REPRESENTATIVE Zeisler, of Chicago, Caused London Feb. 12.-The anticipated marriage has caused the deep Leads
FREIGHT REBATESWill Protestant protests against the mar- est sorrow and distress to Protestants :
SPARKMAN YESTERDAY. Friends Much ,Uneasiness r-age! of Princess Ena, of Battenburg and the fact that the Princess intended Judge Gordon to Assess Fins
I to Alfonso of Spain have commenced entry into the Roman Catholic,church
Until She Reappeared r with a petition ,of the Imperial Prot- has greatly shocked them. of One Hundred Dollars.C. .
Have to Rated By Associated Press. Tampa Fla. in 1908 Tha resolution estant Federation which has 'a large The King's answer to this first officially -
Be Accord Washington Feb 12.Representa also provides for naval participation I membership to King Edward to withhold formulated disapproval ,is t
live Sparkman, of Florida today I introduced and for the issuance of invitations tofoieign DECLINED" TO SAY WHERE SHE'' his consent. awaited with interest. '
ing to Parker Bill. a resolution powers, to send exb'bits The R. Hawk in Custody of Sheriff.
exposition is> to especially emphasize: HAD BEEN ONLY STATING SHE
the president to issue a pioclauiatiou the Importance to the word! of the Throughout Day '
WHICH 'PROVIDES THAT, WHEN: asking the states: to participate Isthmian capal and to hasten its com t I HAD BEEN WALKING-MIND Mine Workers Preparing
I in the exposition to be held! at pletion. I


RECEIVED MUST BE RETURNED -- By Associated Press. workers of the Anthraciteregion and CASES CAUSE OF,THE TROUBLED

HALF GOING TO I the By Associated Press New York, Feb l 12.-President John their employers spent a busy day .at
INFORMANT- Algeciras /
: their headquarters in the, Ashland -WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS SE
Chicago. *
Feb. 12. For
Conference.J I nearly eight ltitchell. of, fie United Mine Workers -
SENATE Souse, arranging a program for the '
TO INVESTIGATE RAIL. I: hours today Mrs. 'Fann'a BloosifieldZeislar. ] of America who arrived here Sun I,meeting. The miners president CURED BUT CASE NOT YET

ROADS. By Associated Press. rd. Germany: is given credit for the !! the world' famous pianist was,i day night, 4-to; prepare: for the confers brought with him a large trunk filled HEARD. '
London Feb. 12: .While the Brit failure. ssing: from her home an$ her friends s]: ence Thursday: between the mine I with documents and statistics.

1 I ish government has not relaxed Its ef-j|! FRANCE AND GERMANY I i together with the police,':were scouring -I!:I I I

By Associated Press. forts to bring about an' agreement bo-j 1 REFUSE TO AGREE ,the south side of the city tor]: By Associated Press

Washington, Feb 1-The House today tween France and Germany on the I her. : t I l MERIWEFHER I I' Tampa, Feb. 12. C. R.,Hawk, edibot'\
had sport with a bill establishing' question of Moroccan police, it has'' Rome. Feb. 12.-Omcial news mot; During the afternoon ,Mrs. Zeisler I DECORATIONS R of the Tampa Daily Herald was fined '

a whipping post for wife beaters in given" up hole of an amicable settle, pessimistic' character 'hasten received returned home almost! exhausted: bat: IS PARDONED one hundred dollars for contempt of ,.

the District of Columbia and then laid ment. { much here from Algec ras, casing!I declined to say where she had been I court this morning by Judge Gordon ,
apprehension. It is
I: on the table, reportedIt I or what she was dojng t>except that! in the criminal court and the Judge '
effectively deposing is expect4m: official: circles that that France is determined to consider:'
of it by a vote of 153 to CO A most the A'grclns conference will break( the f"rancc-Spanish oreauizatl: of she had: been "walki; I By Associated, Press! FOR MARDI ordered Sheriff Jackson to hold the
t Washington Feb 12.--:\Hdshipmm editor in custody until the fine is paw:
impassioned speech for the sibl the Moroccan: police' the ultimate (con For timehe,!:s, been troubled -
measurevab up pas ). during: the present week, cess'on, to whIch G ,some Merwether, of Louisiana.) a mer-nb Last Wednesday the Herald published '
delivered byIr.. 1It'pburn, of leaving the Moroccan situatIon where agree thus breaking rmany the refuses Ymf'r.it ;" to. with hr eyee4whi !have failed, of tin' third c'ass.*=convicted and sentenced an editorial asserting that
Iowa, who ,depicted the brutality of a was before the conference was call-1 ence. up < steadily-, and feac of being compelledto : la- dismissal:: for hazing has Judge Gordon had reserved sentence a,
man who beat his wife, declaring that f 1 abandon her' musical\ I work so' been parJoned"l by:! _tile rpasidenUTWENTYTWO GRAS on several persons who pleaded guilty,
to gambling in order that he ,
i if might
shipping was hardly her mind :Chat he became
adequate punUh preyed on sound public sentiment and make the'
meat, Mr Adams opened the with a serious venn in favor THE I f Hawk has been in the'sheriff's office

nl the bill All the opposing speeches: RUSSIA REOPEN 1'D (GIRLS HONORCHINESE( I I ..PARRElMINES I Efforts Being Made to Have All all, .day, the fine not being :forthcoming ,

partook if levity and_ }Ir. \dams re- Business Places in Gala Late this afternoon attorneys for e

eived more than one fling because he PARTY Hawk secured a "wrtt of habeas COt'pU3from .

i* at baeht>JQr. PURSER fOR By Associated Press. By ,Associated' Press. Attire. Jua'ge Wail, but the'case has not ;
Among the many amendment offer St. Petersburg Feb. 12.-M. Tanne. Charleston W Vat Feb., 12--Twentyon yet, been heard.TRAGIC .

.,U; to tie bill were That a wife beater third secretary of the Japanese embassv -, > bodes' have ben recovered --

should,be pinched with reap Jot reopen:' at Ilie.Japanese Paris arrived it J here wat; :on.today-:whTcn to"'", .. By _Assoctat. w..RrgsL.: from the that Part.. bodyremains MJnea and"! it,making Is supposed From the present outlookj the decorations DEATH. OF
Bostun'eb An incident one ,
12- interesting
truss; ; that every man over 23:; who $$28.50 fi fiDeck wag in "barge"'of:- the American mi-' : of stores and business-houses,
the total fatalities 22.
a occurred at one of the cotton <<.
rfue to marry should stand in the bassy the
during war. !
'P'llon! and after fix months be burnedat I I' mills at Lawrence visited by the this Mardi Gras will be'more, m]
the stak". Another amendment FLORIDA POSTMASTER 'Cli.nese; : party who are guests of the STEAM TRAWLER LOST ate than on any previous occasion of:
which created merriment was one NAMED BY 1 city today. In' the exhibit: room of OFF ,SCOTLAND COAST this character in, the history of the
'which provided for the punishment of PRESIDENT the mill the commssioners found more city. Many merchants are preparing Special to The Journal. "
women who are "common scolds commonly -: Hand Enters Trunk and Secures By Associated Press. j I than one hundred girl operatives as- By Associated Press. to have their places of business in Milton Feb. .12,-Minerva Sheppard r
called} hell washwomen sembled each of them carrying a olrf colored met
cats or an woman a tragic
who shall be ducked in the 1 this Amount from Washington Feb 12.-The president 'Chinese, flag wh icj] she hAd\ male London,- Feb.from 12.The steam traw 'gala attire. death here Saturday morning. About x
Potomac river not leas than five nor: today sent to the senate. the from cotton at th;;'foctory. The em- ler Veronia Stavanger, Norway I Efforts are now being made ,to interest 2 o'clock her house in which she lived
more than ten tim s," The amendment I Purser of,Edna C. nomination of J. C. Stowers as post blems were distributed to\ members. has been lost off the coast of Scotland j the business men and the pros- alone caught fire and 'burned to thStground.
e :empten' the president members of I master at 'West Palm Beach. Fla. of the party.JAMESTOWN. with a crew of' ten. pects are there will be but few if any The woman was missing and
his cabinet and members of the senate I of the merchants who do not decorate later her charred remains were found:
and house of representatives These Deputy Sheriff Sanders made NICK LONGWORTH HAS EXPOSITION MAJ. JOHN W. THOMAS' their,places for the coming festivities among the debris. The origin of the: 1jI p .
Amendments were received with a I RECOVERED FROM ILLNESS OPENS APRIL 26 1907 DEAD .AT CHATTANOOGA The Carnival Association is using I fire is unknown but the supposition. is
hilarmTh good capture Saturday night when he1 I every means possible to interest the that it was the result of carelessnesson

Parker freight rebates was passed The man named Jos. Raj'burn, who had'I Washington. Feb. 12-Representative Norfolk Feb_ 12-The formal open Nashville Feb. 12.-Major John W. ter and the committee Is meeting with "Aunt Manerva" as she 'was familiarly ;
bill. provides that when a rebate has served on the steamer Elna C, a Longworth who has been confined ing of the Jamestown exposition has Thomas president of the Nashville. much success. A professional decorator known was a -hominy vender on/ ,..yt
t, -(>J) received with guilt knowledge, to his home by an attack of tonsillitis been set for April 26, 1907, instead of Chattanooga and St. Louis railroad has been brought here and is the streets of Milton for years tmtT
1'' U! a violation of the law, and double short time as a deck hand. I ,. was present in the house today. I May 13, as originally planned. I died at his home, today aged 76. also conferring with the business men oil account of failing eyesight 'She had
the amount is to be returned by the The deputy arrested the man as he I upon this project. not been able to follow her vocationfor
recipient, and half of this amount shall boarded the train Saturday night: at --- It is the desire of the association to several months.
be given to the Informant. Mr. Brant- Gou'ding' to which place h! went, .. have the city appear in gala 'attire Mrs. Henry Allen an aged lady ex k1 i!
h. of Georgia, favored the bill. plred In Bagdad Wednesday at the
.' .. during the two days of fun and mirth '
thinking at the time that the at*anger; home of her granddaughter Mrs. Edgar -
and in fact to make a better display
TILLMAN'S RESOLUTION was wanted for another crime but! ; r than has ever before been made. i : Keene and was interred in the

ADOPTED BY SENATE returning with him to Pensa- Bagdad cemetery m
upon '
i\ I The friends of Mrs. Nellie Mason
cola the following day he found that will be pained to learn that she passed ,
Washington Feb 12.-Th3 Senate Raj.burn had robbed Oscar E. Crana. ,: QUINCY SOCIAL !.away Saturday after an illness of
today adopted the joint resolution reported c ; ,,, ,, \
\ f
of the sum of $28.35.Mr. : : : : many months. She was buried Sunday I
by Mr Tillman from the Senate x t;.;* : AND GENERAL NEWSSpecial in the Milton cemetery. .te d + JRay.
Crane the steacn
Committee on Interstate Com- is purser oc rand '
j' : ,Yo T. Ellisor -visited the ,.
ffi-Tce which directs the Interstate Saturday night as he was leaving! i r r Chautauqua Saturday. r

Commerce( Commission to investigate I the boat, which was moored at Tar- ;" Mrs Carrie McLeod is spending! a' f y
tip charge against the railroads. ragona wharf h; remembered that ; :tt to The Journal. 1 few weeks pleasantly with her niece 'II
The adoption of the resolution! was .>, Quincy Fla. 12.-On Thursday even I Mrs., Barton Pepper in Pensacola. s
Preceded! by a speech by Mr Tillman he had left his trunk unlocked: which '.- '- I ing Mr. and Mrs G. M. Underbill I I Mrs Annie Boers arrived from
to which he practically charged that contained the above amount. lie In- 1-"" '.1 dance, for their i
gave a very delightful I Chicago Friday and is the gue t of her i
the administration was not proceeding structed Raj-burn to close and lock it ss : friend. Mr. Stuart McGiffen. of Jay- mother Mrs. M I* McWhorter. s "
In good faith to secure railroad: legis- I nesville, Wis. It was held In the W. A. Harrison of Hogtown was f :
but the latter before doing so proceeded : ?
latioTj and that he was not satisfiedwith J1'! ; opera house, where the fine floor and shaking hands with old friends here a t!
th" resident's advisors Among to take out the money. A I j !' fJ : excellent music combined to make last week. h
thes*, he mentioned Secretary Root short time afterwards he, went to a : : : the affair one to be lon; remembered. Joe Brewton left Frioay to be at the y
and Senator Knox, the former. of livery stable! and hired: a horss and The guests were .')Ir. and Mrs. Stein bedside of his aged andfatl1erl Mr.: L+
'whom hp saidwas advisor of magnates : Mr and Mrs W. II. Ide. Abraham Brewton who ill attrU ,
buggy. saving he wished to go to cccti : Mrs Massey! v
for devilment"nJ : : I Earl'
responsible Marcia May Budd. home In Escambia countv.
: : i I' Misses Moore
the latter who bad been for Goulding. En route there he drooped 'Mary Davidson.!: Ide McRae. Haines Williams Is mail carrier while Mr.Mr .. '
year attorney for the Pennslyvania. a hint to the driver that he was endeavoring -I and Messrs E.C. Love, Hogge. 'Thomas Brewton, is absent fi
Mr Knox contraalcted the charge to avoid the! officers. This' Curtis Corry Delatour, Lord.. Rabe Friday afternoon a : j'
relative to himself. saying he had. was; conveyed to Deputy 'Sanders who Love Menge Hinson. Women's Social Club was organized' t'; f
never been attorney for the Pensjlania with eighteen members at the refl!-, ;
H. Carter of the First
President J
boarjed the 11:03; train at Pensaeo'aand *: 1
Railroad. Mr Lodge also spoke, National Bank is spending the week dence of Mrs. D. T. 'Williams. In the *i r s*:
at length on the railroad question delivering -1 arrested the man at Gouldmg as here. I'dining room which was decorated ml
l! a carefully prepared speech the latter got aboard. Miss Ethel Haines has returned ,,'ttbiolet& and potted plants a de:4;
5n which took a position for governmntal I I licioua salad coiwe was served. Tho
that his in !
Rajburn at first claimed: from visit of several weeks
regulation of rates but advisedthe 1. a II r next meeting of the club win be with ,
name was Morgan, but finally admitted Gainesville and Archer.M. '
utmost caution against too radical I :Mrs. Ernest Amos. I
: Rajburn and R. Burton one of 1larlanna'smost'succf"Ssful : d
that hs name was
al'lton HS expressed the opinion that : A party of northern tourists cam ..
he had taken the money from t. business m'en'spent. .
the that and ,
giving of rebate was practically i up from Pensacola by
TI} only evil existing In connection the trunk! of the purser and when a few days here thi week. took In our town. They were "Key j it ,
*''h the, rallroaa' systems of the coun- carried before the county judge entered }Ir. and Mrs] J. K. Shaw expect to I; dakea"! while aboard of one of ouM. i
tr a plea of guilty to the charge. leave Sunday for a visit of two weeksto ; horseless carriage-an ox cart.
New York, where Mr. Shaw will w,
t summer 'goods, for the firm. 1 BE POSTED AT CORNERS
OF GUATEMALA Record of Births and Deaths During J Mr Wra Taussig. of Chicago. Is'

The Past Week. spending several days here looking Owing to the fact that the 1>O tom('* >vs
Guatemalan Vice-Consul Vincent J, Following is the record o? births and -1' after his vast tobacco f Interests. i department has made such a requestthe
Tidal, has received a handsomely illustrated deaths during the past week, accord- : '1"""". yi ,) Miss Ola Shaw very pleasantly en- city authorities are to nave posted
magazine from that counts i ing to the records as filed in the office { i-< \Y" tertained a numb of her friends at i immediately the name ol each street
setting forth the advantages of;of the city clerk: 1 s her hospitable home on Jefferson 4 ia the city at each corner.
cautemaula as one of the coming'Countries. Births. o : --1 i.-' ...M street Tuesday evening of this week At present the names of the streets
White-To F. M. Dunn and wif. a / ''', jLC" complimentary to her charming guest.i cnly appear upon tha street lamps anti +
Th,. magazine contains much ,valu girl: to A. WhitweH and ,wife a girl: ,\, .- <-, ','' :Miss Embry of Dade City. these do not extend to the suburbs. E.
Wo information regarding'! the soil!, to Rufus Vickery and wife a girl; A. ''' <" '',MSl": J< : '1' : 'F' Col. J. L. McFarlin returned to the I Recently the po&toffice authorities took

(''mate. etc.. as well as many Illustrations Hoist Jr.. and wife a girl. ,"1': ti _. .. :::;:- ;.." ': city Thursday of last week from a the matter up and gave out the Information :
buildings and wire, .. +" ")t- of several to the #
of officials!: public Colored-\loizo Thomas ,h\ business visit days that unless city could
and parks and is a credit to the republic a boy; to Sunday: Sims and ,wife a -' \ ; : 7- ,, Washington. place at Intersection of each street '
girl; ; to Albery Craig and wife, a girl; There were several changes mad the name of the same that It would Ni t
Guatemala' officials are firm behev- to C. R Taylor ana! wif, a boy;. to :, in the officers of the First National impossible to secure a better service j tt'
ers in advertising and frequently Jas. Simmons and wife,a,girL Bank of this city on Tuesday. W. in the pt>6tottire. The matter'wa 4m-4 '
magazines and publications of this na- Deaths. II. Ide cashier and W.: H. -Davidson taken up with Mayor Bliss* !
tare, Betting forth the advantages of White-Forest Maura.ColoredInfant ..' vice-president having resigned their anwhere' the gas lamps are not located -} .i
the ountry are printed and: of Albert Spellman, CONGRESS MAY>; BECOME SO TAME BEFORE THE SESISON IS OVER. THAT:IT-WILL_EAT RIGHT places were filled respectively by' boards will be nailed show/
Pt to Levi Simmons Anm ,Shelly, CaJieHamilton. .. and H. A. Love. ItrHt.r .
B. Key
rhe various ,.Icc< for".ard'i | OUT OF. THE PRESIDENTS 1L D. Styhen, _
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'$Ht. $ ""'Hmm 1f-HH-H15H "Cbejeane was a wide open town tithe

Direct from Our Distillery to.YOU old! day, and every hotel and bar BASKETBALL

The Journal's Daily Short Story Saves Dea! "', Profit tad its little' ,,faro game and roulette

.: I Prevents Adulteration wheel and ,stud poker game," said t

: ,A Happy Home. 1 S man who was there.: ,"Our party was Friday, Feb. 16.
i staying At the Inter Ocean hotel. Along

Inauguration Week, HAYNERWHISKEY loose Jointed Missourian" ambledIn PENSACOLA.Y.,M.;C. A. REDSvs.

,. To-have a happy home you must have children, BY TROY ALLISON | one sight There'were and butted! two Into'three the poker cardsharps .
makers. If weak a game.
as they are great happy-home a
Copyright, 1905 by T. C. McClure. j| at the table, and every citizea PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOLY.
woman, you can be made strong enough to bear carried hIs shooting iron. This long
r healthy children: with little pain or discomfort to. ,g kY JS****Y 3E'**Z **** "** I E*** afFaE Hr""I1yg liissonrian looked rather easy, but be' M. C. A. JUNIORSvs.

I fore he bad been playing an hour he
yourself, by taking Pennsylvania avenue was gay with 'ward'! me capltot '"If you will gin 4 FULL QUIRTS $4.20 was 11.500 to the good. John Chase .

flying flags and bunting. The' crowd me some incarnation: on the subject, WE PAY EXP Ess CHARGES If" proprietor of the hotel! became Inter P. C. S. JUNIORS.

on the pavements, kept from overflowing I will see if lean help you find that ?9ted and watched the game. In a few
WINE the 'curbstone by the force of lost hoteL" We will send you In a plain sealed moments he saw the Missourian turn Gymnasium of Y. M C.
case with M marks to show contents A-
CARDUI mounted police, was larger than the "You are just as good 'as can be," FOUR FULL QUART BOTTLES el, trick that was not strictly according First begins 8 o'clock
; OF city had seen for years. the said gratefully. -It's the Willard HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE for to Hoyle and be called the Missourian game p

t it On the 'corner of Twelfth and the and I, know papa Isfrantic about me diaries.$3.20! and Try we it,will live pay year the doctor express test outside. m. Only one admission f fo

; .A;,; avenue the people who had been un by this time." it tot It any way yen like. If you ""SOW, see here,' said Chase 'I west both games

1' 1 Woman's ReliefIt able to decide whether they preferred "The Willard? That's eas,.." And do*!find it all firM and tha purest to warn yon. You'd better be pretty Admission 25 cents.
seeing the man of the hour start from Sedley's conscience justified the and test Whiskey you ever carefuL Those fellows ve all professional ,
tasted, ship :t tack to us at
the White House or arrive at the cnpl- "around 'your elbow to gut your our expense and your $3.20 gamblers and are armed to the
will ease away all your pain, reduce inflam- tol bad finally formed a congested mob thumb" route which be took to the will be promptly! refunded. teeth. You don't seem to realize what

T ,Tnation, cure leucorrhea (whites),falling womb, ovarian that concluded to let well enough alone hotel by the theory that it was easierto At oar distillery,one of J'0U"1'dolng..* Morris Dannheisser
v and save the wear and tear of further walk aux: blocks through practically the largest and beat "Say,' replied the long HLasourl,
trouble disordered backache headache
f menses, progress.A empty streets than to walk two equipped la the world we senwrc with a look of childlike lnnoo-nce, 'art (Pormrly' of Dannheisser Bros.
[v etc., and make childbirth natural and easy. Try it. group of cowboys in their best against a surging mob. I distil eaHon an of average PURE of WHISKEY 9.580!!- they cheating. me?"*-San Francisco Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine)

. At every drug store in $1.00 bottles. western finery joked a crowd of girls When they reached the hotel, betook a day When you '::h.-on1I 1a- Wines Beer and Tobacco.
s.l that had turned out to see the procession his leave reluctantly. *'I wonder bay HAYNER WHISKEY !Still! Cirafllrd. Old
Hickory Whiskey
Two Indians, decorated with If It would be rude to say I would ,it goes'direct to you tKxu>K Uncle Rufus WAS'one of the calmest MySpedalty

\VKlIZ us A LETTER" "DUE TO CARDUI every specimen of button badge and like to meet you again?" he asked. from our you distillery of perfect thus "$..DIassuring ..( and most equable of mortals. Nobody PENSCAOLA.12 W. Zarragossa Street _
freely and fTnldy, talCcg: us all your and nothing else. Is ny baby girl now feather, stood with stolid patience just "I don't''thlnk it would-very." purity and saving you the had ever seen him excited or impatient FLORIDA

troubles. We win seuftree advice (in two weeks 01.1." writes Mrs. J. P. where the crowd was thickwt. There was amusement In her eyes. dealers' big profits. HAY- I But there came'a time that tried him. ----- --. --.:::::::::
'1 plain seated envelope). Address: La.West., of Webster dry, Iowa. "She A man in a light overcoat towered I "Papa would probably like to thank MR WHISKEY doctors is proscribed and The furnace In the basement of his

dies' AdvKoryDept.The Chattanooga is a fine, healthy babe and we arejed1doeoCo. bead and shoulders above the rest A you for finding this lost hotel." used in hospitals by and by half a million sat house was working badly. He had been Nick's Buffet and
., Chattanooga, Tenn. both
doing nicely newsboy reached up with a variegatedcane When she told bun her name and isfied customers. That's why YOU should experimenting with a new variety of

and tilted his derby rakishly to her native state, Sedley's face bright. try IL WSTTT ore VKAXKST owner coal in which there was a considerable

one side. "Wlsht I was up in the ened visibly.! "Do you happen to know THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. proportion of "slack. and it did not RestaurantIs
clouds with ypu mister" he grinned."I the congressman from the Second district seem to be burning. lIe threw open

aj I ;. ..... ..;... I-I I NN.NNNNNNN.NNN.N...NN could review this procession to bet ?" he,asked eagerly. ATLANTA ST. LOUIS GA.MO. ST DAYTON.PAUfc., 0.M.NN.: the door of the furnace, thrust the end the only place of Its,

.. ter advantage." "Know him? He read law in papa's Orden for Arts,.Cal .Got.Idabo.Mont.Her. of a long poker deep Into the smoldering Had in Peasaco'a! ufact1 1
"I might as well be stone blind," office," she said. N OB Hex the basis.Ore.! oN. Utah@C-Ts Wash fore, or o.by WTO IMtWSPM.fAlU .' ranttb*. mass and stirred it up vigorously. It Is _
{, | ALWAYS DESIRABLE i came a plaintive voice whose owner's The congressman from that Second ,01 to
: diminutive stature was wedged in be district was Interrupted at his dinner .TBOT.O. ERABUSHXD ISIS burst of flame and smoke came forth A Pride to

5 People come for our groceries because they are nice and : tween the Indians and the man with that night, by a young giant who :303 Capital $500,000.00 Paid b) Full"Let's not only enveloping Uncle Rufus but

. fresh. When they send an order we respond quickly. What the light coat "and I reckon Id be ,I threatened to' break, every bone hi his blowing out the flue caps in the rooms
they tray is worth having. We study the-needs and wants of : rather more comfortable if I were body if he did not take--blm around to above and filling the house with soot .
all. stone dead at the same time." be introduced to Judge Gaillaird and and ashes.In .
: THE GROCERIES WE BUY ARE Sedley looked down from his height his daughter sit here Just a'minute.." he said the midst of the excitement Uncle cities cannot
: of six feet. three with a smile at the The congressman helped himself to persuasively. "It's terrible to think Rufus came up from the basement with boast of a better cau.ppei
L .t THE KIND THAT NOURISHES AND PLEASE. humor of the situation. "It's too bad," the macaroni and smiled broadly. ;you are going home In three days"- bis usual slow and regular step. Ills place. The, service Is the

- : Illinl! Flour made from selected wheat In half barrels for $3. Z be said pityingly. "Push back this waya "AH right Sedley, my boy; I'll arrange despondently. fee was black with grime his eyebrows best that can be had.

: Dove Brand Hams, sweet, tender and Juicy' for 15 cents. Whole Z little-I can elbow the crowd at the It. That's the belle of our state. Jsorvelle laughed at his woeful face and eyelashes :were singed to a
+ wheat and buckwheat flour 5 cents a pound. French peas side a bit-might be dangerous to push I don't wonder that you show symp- "You must be a Yankee of deepest crisp, and what was left of his haIr Nick Apostle, Propt'r

\Vn to 20 cents. forward, 'into those Indians-don't I tomS of having it In the very 'worstfonxr" dye"-reproLchtul1y"to think going and beard was a sight to behold.
think I ever sawany more decoratedapedmenethey. south Is.such a terrible ordeaL Yon He went to a mirror and took a good
: 14 W Garden The Popular ought to gOc8eeour south before you look at himself.
LAZJACOBYAgain i. .may have, tomahawks One afternoon a.'Week later Sedley .
: Phono-183 Grocer.. .ln every pocteffbr'all of you." guided*Norvelle GalDaird through the say things about It.* "Waal," he said slowly and deliberately .essDirectory

t' ..... ...................NN.N.NNNN............. The girl laughed and mewed-toward corridors of the Congressional library fay Ifeeail&coaie? he.asked. and "I was needing a shave an' a _
"' doritinlnd" his voice made ber lower her eyes and hair cut anyway."
him. them. She show- ,wearing an expression that would have THOS. PEBLEY
of the American ,
ed a row of;; white teeth and black afflrmed-the opinion.that: there was no commence a study
eyes sparkUns'with"excitement. Tmo i occupation or punult-ever followed by B aut5.Bb.,wote on.ber coat., StOB Foreats. LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND

dark and email, and black .haired man that was one-half as pleasant as "We are a hospitable people," she Stone forests are found In various COLLECTIONS.
Under the guiding aightseera-over Washington. said evasively, "and our,bouse Is very parts of the world. In many cases PALAFOX AND ROMANA.

c N,, LEWIS HOUSE Management of I "W While-she read the old English Inscriptions large" they are-hardened by some peculiarity PHONE 553.T .
1T f Y "he wondered lfhto native Boston He leaned forward earnestly trjtoi of,the atmosphere and are found stand-

Mrs. Helen Lewis I ) t ever saw II. hat.that compared with the to see her eyea "'But.I don't want to Ing Just as they! were when clothed
kL ...... ventnre lnto U d unless
r rI your strange with green foliage thousands of
girl's little redtnrban, ,or if Boston years
::4 New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated'Especially : ever saw anything( perfect as the there would be;,some one there who ago. The Little Colorado river. In G YATES M.ILOPTICIAN

Convenient for Transient Trade. i i ia glowing face set off-by her chinchilla would be happy; betaose of my corn.ing"glead'ingly. Arizona, has long been famous as a ,

tr a I furs. locality for such finds. At one place

; OPPOSITE: UNION DEPOT, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. "Was,that:turban made from a.bird She gave him a glimpse of her .eyes. more than 1,500 cords of solid stone 306 THIESEN BUilDIGN

t h d da i of paradise?" be asked musingly. "It would matte me-bappy aha said tree trunks sections, limbs and logs

.. 45 ,., "Bird of paradise r She left the old Boftly. were found by the' government sur
-- -- "
T English Inscriptions and turned toward "You dear little girl, he whispered, veyors. Most of them were 8lli Iftt'd. HICKS'

him laughing."Bour, : study of oral .paJoycovertfy'over the little many sevensto ten feet r In diameter CAPUDINE

VALENTINES SELLING FAST thology baa been woefully neglected: glovedtuuid' on the seat btelde him. 'and from twenty to eighty feet IMHCDIATU.T: CVKU

I think, we'had better?.tate In the zoo In height Geologists say that the HEADACHESBreaks
Our Valentine counters are crowded More will be sent out next. ,I believe you woild flail It came No pills is as pleasant and positivea petrified trees of the Little Colorado -

this year than any previous year. Buy early for best choice. nearer being the breaat of a flamingo.We DeWitt's Little Early",Risers. These were once covered with marl over COLDSIN
Comic, mechanical, fancy, art and post card Valentines. must hurry bacV'to the hotel in Famous Little Pills are so mild and 1,000 feet bxleptb. Some of the trees 6 TO 12 HOURS

: Prices range 1 cent to 9125.Ph time*to-,lunch with papa. He says he effective that children, delicate ladies have been changed to jasper and have trial teak Ik. AiOnitfS. )
and weak. people enjoy their cleansing assumed various hues others
baa scarcely seen me for the last week. ;
: .
Coe's Bool s tor e -' .. effect, while strong people say they
But 1'ouT?fcre a wonderfully cleverguiae. opal and when broken open the core
Y o are the best liver pills sold. Nevergripe.
4 .no 235. 213 South Palmfo Str..'. Pen ac.'.. r ." she:added auprorlngly. Is often found lined with crystals of SDTFRIEt ,1

tb; most beautiful tints.! Dr.PAINLESS S users of morphine,
opium, i.adseom,
c.. flute aPC R szI.g. .... '. eUIirotO iomC5
---- .0. flirt .Iep Bet. orhEker.!
-- i SO MANY WOMENhave Each of the three masts of an butTery ctn
: I Among the-tree. at the edge of the PIUM Urge book pii"tieulirsoahomcor
ia c small vessels consists of
a number lawn
\ on the right hand side of the sanatorium treev
t \ been benefitted by taking HOS- of sticks one above another. The house as you face the mountains James mesa Adareec m
tetter's Stomach Bitters during the "heel" of the topmast comes a little ANDWhiskey B. M. \fOOLUt,
Madison built an Icehouse. This was
'tMd past 53 years that it has long since below the "head" of.the lower mast Cure ,104' N 7rVVOC g!
BUGGIES AND WAGONS 1 In 1S09, and it-was the first Icehouse A .UcU, *
been recognized as the best woman's and la secured by a "cap," a sort of Orange. ccaaty Va. Ice in summerl
medicine before the pAdic. If you Iron band, and a bar called a "fid." ,
Hisservss were Incredulous. And he
I' 14 suffer from ailments peculiar to your Above the topmast comes the topgallant bet fais-overseer'an iced mint Julep on
t sex get a bottle of mast and above that the royal -
EAT the Fourth of July,'against which the >D
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l WAVED IT EXTHCSIASTTOAZLT.: "ostetter'sStomach. latter wagered a wild turkey. Of
running rigging consists of
ropes MadlsWwoa the Conn- MI kinds want
with the: asked course turkey- you
that that newsboy cane used in handling the yards and nails,
me If I was the squaw that belongedto Bittersat lad every rope has a distinguishingname. trr: Life ry AJ3eric'a."IDDJN;: .

t SOLD AT COST the Indian gentleman!r 1 once. It always. cures Vomiting, Halyards are ropes used to OAK AND PINEcheaper
Sedley had already recognized her hoist
and Braces
yards are ropes
Headache Backache :
Sick Cramps, DANGERS
\ voice as'belonging; to daughter of the used to swing the yards around by. than you can buy
Sleeplessness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
far south, and when she turned her Costivneess Chills, Colds or La Grip To the beginner the names of ropes It anywhere. Any size >uwant
f ,
f We have a few fine buggies and wagons in face toward him her Creole' ancestry:' pe. A fair trial \sill convince you of are apt to be very confusing. Old.salts NATURE GIVES TIMELY .

: t stock which we are offering for sale at cost. was a certainty.: its value.SEWING. are fond of spinning a yarn about a WARNINGS
Ii' "1 have lost my.crowd. I tried to I t lad who wanted to go to sea until he THAT NO PENSACOLA L C. SEWELLPhone
Come and them and
see get prices, or drop take a little walk by myself before it heard that the fore topgallant studdingsail CITIZEN CAN AFFORDTO

,i; us a postal and we will mail full particulars. was time to start for the grand stand boom tricing lining thimble block 614.

ebe said with frank friendliness, "andI mousing was the name of about the IGNORE.

have lost my hotel 'I;d n't' know smallest bit of rope on board ship,
v where anything on' earth Is except just when he at once concluded that such -

I; PENSACOLA BUGGY CO. me" Her sentence ended with a,little being the case, he could never expectto DANGER. SIGNAL NO. 1 comes Safes! Safes! Safes!

gasp as the crowd made a, sudden Impulse master the name of the largest rope Cram the kidney secretions. They !
w. -
!1 torwa 'd. and consequently! decided to become a will warn you 'When the kidneys are Buy Diebold
"And I'm afraid among;your other MACHINES farmer sck. Well kidneys excrete

.4: 30 East Garden Street, Pensacola, Fla. losses you are going to lose your viewof A Cnl.u. Cnatom of slor4.k..... amber fluid. Sick kidneys send a dear outa Scarritt Moreno,
the president,". said Sedley,. trying
In some places In Oxfordshire England thin, pate and foamy, or a thick Agent
to keep the crowd from jostling her.
it was the right of every maid red, ill-smelling urinefi full of sediment
"How much see from down
there?' can yon I ,.*at". servant to ask the hired man for a bit and Irregular of passage.DANGER .
of ivy to trim the house. If he turneda
4 i +++.. + NNN NNNNNN "Oh. I can't see anything but- two deaf ear to her Importunities or for NO 2 comes from
buckskin jackets.. They may be very the back. Back pains,dull and heavy,or
nice In:the buckskin line, but ,I' wantto .A BARGAIN. got his her breeches request she would steal a pairof sharp' and acute,< tell! you of sick kid- Timber Lands
MARION : .l .. .. and nail them to the rejs and warn you of the coming of
tt GURRY & CO. see ,the president.! 1, never saw a in the
Zs real live president In my life," ,dole- gate was supposed lUll or to on debar the him highway.This from. dropsy Kidney diabetes Pills and Bright's cure sick disease.Dean's kid,

krf fB3.. ell DrtvilegeB of the mistletoe.r neys and cure them permanently.
.1 16,18,20 MANRESA STREET : "He's almost here" he.said. "I wonder Here's Pensacola proof: For Sale
If ","ould'let' lift
-you me r- Mrs. Albert Pourtaless. residing at
i PENSACOLA FLORIDA.WHOLESALE i you up-SO you could see him?" he suggested 430 Government St., paysMr.,
As going out of the
a with a touch of good natured we are Pourtaless has used Doan's Kidney
shyness Pills and values them very highly lie We have them. Several splelds: ; !
'i ,1 i "Oh would your she ;exclaimed, Sewing Machine business, we 3t has suffered from Irregular: action if large and small turpentine locationSaw ::

r with the volume of gratitude of, one : the kidneys and dull aching pain Mills and Saw mill Joc tlons.
who has been granted a heart's desire."I offer for sale at cost price across his loins and In the small of Some excellent bargains in 111.\

Grain and Feed Stuffs weigh a hundred and one. Do you .. his back for years. The secretions and small trait of round and to1

;t 1 i Hay, .J think?" anxiously.you could'bold me till he passed > thirtyfive'Drop.Head much from annoyance.the kidneys Whenever caused him he timber Large lands., tracts of' Mississippi Del IJ:

caught or during changeable and and Hardwood lands.
"Just try: me." be said, smiling as be stormy weather his back ached terri- Splendid list valuable proper.
i Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. 2 Wheeler & Wilson of
her'until ''
lifted she beamed happily bly. He tried.all kinds of remedies and fine location for a Colony or S-mk
J Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. : ,over the two greased heads In front of but obtained little benefit. When ho Farm I& South East Georgia.

J Trial! Order Solicited. Write for Prices. jT them. Sewing MachinesParties saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised Some of the choicest residency
The president in acknowledging the he, procured them at Sidney Kahn's: places Ithe beautiful little c
Telephone 208. P. O. Box 661. : cheers that burst forth gave a purely drug store corner of Palafox and Ro- DeFuniak springs Fla.. and In Milton:
desiring a portion or nasa Sts. They proved to be a
t r N.N/N1.N.N.NNINNN.gNN.N..NgNN....N.t personal smile of'amusement and goodwill effective remedy, ,relieving! the urinary Fla..Our re&lc"
F to a girl whose sparkling face rose prices and terms are
all of these machines are in- t-oublv and -the dun, heavy aching
clear above the mass and who In her able.Cal
in his back oSsappearing
excitement snatched derby hat and entirely) on or write to us
vited to call or write us. He recommends papas Kidney Pills}
Orexor "raux- waved It enthusiastically."Did .
very highly to his friends at every oppcrinnity. -
you see him smile at me?" she carouse a s, ." TURNER&AYMARDReal
ICE asked breathlessly, when her feet Real Work. For sale by all _dealers. Price 60cents.
from he touched the Foster.Melburn Co..
pavement."I Politician-He didn't car for work, ao Buffalo
>k Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.'" don't see how be could ,help It"Sedley he married a woman with money. New York, sole agents for the.United Estate and
her"arm'and drew'her to Pollcemau-Uvtnc easy now. I emu btates. Abstract
t Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259.jaw. Wm. Johnson 6 Son Politician tfo;; she's so stingy with it Remember the came-Doan's-and Company,
,one side as the people hurried on to- '
that he baa to work harder than ever. florid!
take other.
__ no P.O.Boil 115,_ DeFonlak Springs

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FOR THE fIRECOMPANIES Is gospel truth to say that CONTINUESSERYES ....:'::, >.' 1-".,.:;' '1 :

no DISEASES_neh as rheumatism ; ; ,. ;

Larger Quarters [ ;
neuralgia biliousness .
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colic,cold,sore throat,backache, : / : :
t i : '
-.*' boils, bowel troubles,skin eruptions ; The i .
growth our business '
and all those caused by ,

Four Improved Nozzles At the First Christian Church, ; has "-:
Spraying local imflammation, can be so ;: necessitated our moving to :

That's right I Soak the Were Purchased by the quickly, safely and surely cured, Which are Attended by Large :\ .-- .
l larger ::
old man and we'll soak Safety Board. as by the use of HAML1NS Congregations. I quarters. : ;., *, :. 1

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WIZARD OH. -a- r : / _
the style 1 1Here's : ..
Four of the most improved nozzles, Sunday ;was another great day for 16THFtOOR' V 1 >

clothing that to be attached to the hosa used by It gets right doim.in, around the revival at the Christian taber. .. r
> ,
the Pensacola '
fire department were the and blood nacle. At night Evangelist Spiegel
nerres Tessels of :> J
yesterday afternoon, -- BUIlDING ,
will stand the --
strenuous directed his sermon or address mostlyto .
when ,
they various '
are received the '
the affected tissues where the ,
companies will be in a position to do the tourists 'who are now in the 1J.,'. \

strain of boy life. It much better and more effective workin trouble',is, and gently soothes city and who had 'been specially invited : 't'p .
fighting fires, especially where many of whom were present to You. are invited to call and -
makes a hit'every day. there is a quantity of smoke or heat. and coaxes them back to health. hear the sermon. The subject was on '
The Board of Safety authorized ths
Built with the same purcaase after witnessing a test in For all' pain, chronic and "Character Building" which, said the make us a visit We will :
evangelist, 44I consider the greatest
the Plaza yesterday afternoon by WIlliam -

care as our Men's Suits. Sullivan agent of the Anderson acute, it is .a remarkable remedy I subject 'we can meditate upon this take in,

Coupling and Supply Company. The and has no equal in safety I hour."' He then, went right into his pleasure showing you ,
Ask your father new nozzle is one of the best ever exhibited subject and for half an' hour held the

here. By the simple turningof and effectiveness in the medical very closest attention of the large audience. through modem advertising .
a thumb screw by the man at toe i -i' ;
nozzle a spray will be thrown which world. Price 50c) and $1.00. : His ,1 lecture was interspersedwith ; ,

covers a large area, and will extinguish rich illustrations many: of which : organization. '
Improved :
a blaze in the interior of a house Fully guaranteed. were quite amusing. Miss Burrow ss. : ..

TAI1DARDO11HIIGf without turning on a force of water sang a solo which was appreciated by .

sufficiently strong to break and des- Jfo* aale and recorsir ended bi the large audience present.! : ems ,in all departments. :

lS THIESEnVSBUILDI troy furniture. WHITE'S PHARMACY. Last night there was another audience ; ,

Another feature, and one of the Pensacola. Fla. congregated because of special interest '

most ,valuable is that when a fireman Phone 180 Night Phone 446. attached to the subject announced MASSENGALE ADVERTISING AGENCY .
enters a burning building and; directsa "Fulfillment of Prophecy." Amongother .. '
-- f stream of water on a blaze he can things the speaker said 'The: < ATLANTA

For Expert Watch Repairing and advance within a short distance of SaHMfrfrfctfiWMAmusements i very existence of the Bible is proof I "7!! :. ,, ,' "
unanswerable of Its' inspiration. ;
the fire and still not feel the effectsof

Engraving, go to the heat, as by the operation of Christians say inspired men wrote
the nozzle he can keep a veil of water tho,Bible; Infidels says atheists, scep

J. DAVIS the Jeweler playing in front of him and all the tics wrote it. Men are good or bad, -- '" '... "
true or false sincere : -
time nave a direct stream upon the or _:_ '
213 South Palafox Street. fire. 'I- Bible wag written by one class or
aThe another. Man does withouta
board after witnessing the exhibition -
The Latest Designs in Watchesand yesterday afternoon !mme- Last Night's Play. motive. Dirt the love of money -
With "A Midnight Marriage" as an prompt bad men to write the Bible? '
Jewelry. diately decided to purchase four of opening number the. Peruchi-Gypzene It would hare paid 'them poorly. Did A WAGN&K_ _ANECDOTE.' C: the provisions of which are hereby a>
the improved nozzles at $35.00 each. r cepted.
Company Icked men write the Bible to justifytheir
opened a weeks
engage I Bow He Showed file Joy at m Paa The following articles
-- -- ;; ment at the Pensacola wickedness? It. condemns 'sin of Incorporation
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY opera house I .11.1" Re..l.. shall constitute and become Its
Did hopingto
R. K. WH ITE. last night. The house was literally i sceptics wnte Bible
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jewele r Take LAXATIVE I BROMO QuInine packed and that too, by crowd which I to gain J Eeaven? Surely not for they I, The following anecdote of Wagner Is charter upon the issuance of lettere'patent.

and Graduate Optician. Tablets. Druggists refund money if i it seemed to thoroughly enjoy the efforts do not believe in hereafter. Reason told b1'Ufred Rei enauer; the pianist, ----- according to law:

30 S. Palafox St.. Pensacola, Fla. falls to cure. E. W-,GROVE'S slgna of the talented company. says bad men did not; therefore good who, as' a pupil of Liszt, knew 1M ARTICLE I. '

ture is on each box. %5c. Every member of the cast made a men did. No contemporary of any composer of "PargrfaP" personally. Name and Place of Business. '

hit with his or her part and althoughthe book of the Bible ever questioned the "Wagner was always more or lest BEST The name of this corporation shall'be '

TERSELY TOLDFrom CAVE OF THE WINDS. play had been seen here before inspiration of the Bible or anywriter self conscious," says Relsenauer "and AND "The" Bowman Mercantile Com-,
a number of times it is safe to of any book of the BiWe. If the only at rare intervals did hIs friends pany. Its general office and place ofJ
say writers of the Bible were not inspired business ,snail! be 1<:Dav1d. Florida.
Tbe Vision Carved la Stoae Ca4.. that it was never better) played. in see him in moods that conld be called I '
they the most intelligent ARTICLE II.
were men
the moment when you ordeifh :r It. H11U of Deka.S Pensacola.The anything but premeditated.' In Bai- I piJlU ,
by far this 'world Business
ever saw to have Nature cf to be Transacted.
-- insertion of your want ad in The The great wind cave baa the form of company's specialties! are all reuth I saw him in a highly characteristic '
pernetreted farceor
gigantic a fable The general nature of business tl
Journal, you may "quit worrjmg." an eight story house, each story, or clever and there are lots of them. The as the Bible If not Inspired) of God; situation and I never shall forget : a be transacted shall be to buy. sell and) 'I"
bill for
"ostmastT Wisepgel.! of Marl!L. stratum containing a distinct formation \Veb7 tonight will- be "In tie Devil's but is it not .strange.that! while the It. It was at a rehearsal of 'Par- : ::1f deal in all classes of mercandi such. '

anna., was in the city yesterday on aeQnrt L of its own and each containingt .. world was producing' this great slfaL' The garden scene had jest been groceries dry goods, cloth in;*

business visit and was shaking chambers of a size and magnificence ol EXHORBITANT galaxey of most noted 'writers it did admirably sung and danced, whereupon S shoes crockery and feed stuffs; tor r .

aauds with his many friends here. decoration such as have never been CHARGES not produce even on ''to xpose their Wagner, In his exuberant joy, IEVERY DOUBT SQUEEZED OUT buy and sell live stock, waigons and"f If Ifas

The following young ladies are or 1 found in any subterranean cavern ol AT LOCAL.THEATREEditor lying deceit of God if?"the Bible be not inspired hugged and kissed the artists, and It your purchases of drugs chemicals harness; to buy and sell cotton: t the world. then, quite bestto himself, got down on operate cotton gins and compresses, : f
!tie Honor Roll of the school of thtSlstTs : Pensacola' Journal: Ho then took proprietary remedies, toilet articles -
of Mercy, at \Varrmgton foi r It is a dream. a nightmare, a vision, : I desire to call attention through already fulfilled and up some made prophecies the point all fours and' barked like a,dog; ,concluding prescriptions on your doctor's also to.both acquire, purchase and sell real / Testate -I).

The month of January: Miss Katie!C carved in solid stone under the green' the columns of your valuable pap r, that the ,literal fulfillment of prophcy -- his exhibition by throwing his; order, are made here there's never Improved and unimprovedwherever lIned .
situated all of
Hubbard, ninth grade; Miss Ltlliar 1 bills''of Dakota stone as white as the which has always stood for right and ,proves th.9 Inspiration of theBible. tegs, In the air, and balancing. .himself! a doubt of first quality, never a doubt:I business be, carried which M/Mc 1 1 1of

'muari. sixth, gride. *.? .,,'l::-.a milk the hirol" ,man used to give us to justice, to the exhorbitant, rates,,now He. referred to. the;:prophecy.relating m his head, \ as to yoar getting the exact article State of Florida.may or other on In the : ,:,
any '
drink in being charged the patrons of the local "Attbi9 -t'LtUiand you want, never a doubt as to our reliability '
A new mae1! wagon has just b- en received the dawn of a happy June to the destruction of Jerusalem andnaa's interesting mome ARTICLE III.
and placed in service for carrying morning stone' as red ea the heart ol theatre. Any one who will take :! a strong apal for, better protection several ,of ,hb pupils, including accuracy and'care,'j et there's Capital Stock. if j 'l
the first bloodr the time and trouble to look into the for the Jews "a nation without walked the never a doubt to the fairness of the :
tae malls to ani from the past ot tfiat you dug in the myself,( .on stage. ,Quick asa The amount of capital stock shall !
office. During the past few weeks,r spring TV>*.. the world was all springto matter will find by going over the country, a family without a home." flash Liszt who,always played t!& price we make. Should be no doubt be six thousand $6,00000)( dollars, divided j
since the change in the awarding ol'ne :r *ou and stone that is blue with a back Democrat files of that the New the Orleans Times- "Do not forget,". he' said, "that Jesus role of Wagner's self constituted defender as to the wisdom of dealing with us.HOOTON'S into sixty ((60)) shares each }"
majority of the
contract the mail has been trans. bine that all the painters who have theatrical productions that the local the Christ" was born of a beautiful said grimly, ''Well if"thafs a PHARMACY share of the par value of one hundred t'1j;

'porte in an ordinary transfer wagon,, ever painted Venice have tried to get management foists upon the unsuspecting -IJiewess. His next proof text wasGod's pose, It's the .hardest one',in the world I ($100.()')) dollars to be paid in, in full 4
to Abraham that the
but! <'estjrda> the new wagon wa!i for generations and have/ailed. Pensacola public play in New 'promise His to hold, by thunder: For the sake of I The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. !in merchandise and cash.ARTICLE i
Jews should be nation forever.
PHONE 1100.A .
placed in service.Th Frozen fountains are there white Orleans at the Crescent Theatre. Now third point was some prophecies in the meistcr we tried 'restrain on* IV. 'i. '- ,,'

.. elevator! service at the custom L with the leaping foam of untold ages we all know that the -Crescent," Is the Old Testament fulfilled in the mirth, but ,the effort was .not :wholly Term of Existence. :

h.vse.' which was ordered discontinued sculptured cats and horses and great a popular price house their scale of coming of Christ. There were three SuccessfuL ,I firmly believe, however, GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST The term for which the corporationis : ;:
Futurdaj afternoon on account ol monsters! to be dreamed about o1 prices ranging from 25 to 75 cents: for added to the church lastanisht.: that Wagner himself was pecretlw SUITED WITH A to exist. shaH be ninet>--nne ((95) ; f'

lack of funds was missed ,jester; nights and feared in dark corners in the best seats in the house with- $1.00 Service this evening at 7:30.: Subject pleased at the sensation :for which 'n*: years from the I Issuance of letters, ;i '
da* to no considerable extent by for box seats. "The Land of the ami patent ,n ..." ,
: the daytime organs built by the Rising was ponsible.'U&l'Ier's: ) Weekly.EFFECT j :H. !
those who Thee management may say that Pen- CERTIFIED CHECK ARTICLE V. .,
had business in the buiU! bands of giant for a Titan to Setting Sun. !:
Officers and
Directors. ,,
sacola is off th, main line and that
ing Many persons who had been accustoniKl -
to taking the elevator forgo' play wild hymns of praise upon a for the additional 44 nulej the companies Chamberlain's Cough Remedy theMother's OF IMAGINATION. 5c CIGAR. The business shall be ,conducted by !
kitchen for the cooking of weird dishes exact a large percentage. The the following officers viz: A President i '

iht- order discontinuing the serxu.f : never thought of up here In the sun. average company a<; a rule plays anywhere Favorite. ..a Blttea by II.rmIe.. Saalcfc B** All the qualities of fta ror aroma a Secretary and Treasurer, and, 't
and after ringing the bell!! for
iu shine, all manner and all kinds of at 60 and 40. that is they get The soothing and healing proper- lie-red He WM Dylag.An color and gooa': material is a Board of Directors elected by the : '
i true elevator before realizing would! remain that climbing for some the rooms, ninety miles of them. down 60 per cent of the gross receipts while ties of this remedy. its pleasant taste English physician in India one embodied in it. stockholders annually. The following 'lo Jn '

htairwav : there under the hoofs of the gallant the house gets 40 per cent. Paderewskl and prompt and permanent cures have told of an extraordinary case of t.ht named incorporators, towit R A. Boa-

that a was petition necessary.will be It forwardedto is probable little range horses who pou 4 the played at 60 and 40 all over the made. it a favorite with people every effect of imagination on the physical A. Greenhut & Co. tray J. il Bowman and J. P. Harrison, ; : .
country. Mansfield! exacts 80 per cent where.- It.is especially prized by shall constitute the first Board of Directors 'ri ;
into round there
Washington that the grass hay year up ystem. Be says: DISTRIBUTORS.
: asking serum
and sometimes 90 per cent but when mothers' small children, for colds, and conduct the business until ilf;
b m South Dakota.A "Some time on visiting the hof> !
e restored. have we had__a Mansfiled in the past croup and whooping cough, as it al ago PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. those elected at the first annual election \1 '

The remains of Clarence Oertins, -- -.--- --, few jearsT .Now does anyone believe wa's. affords t quick relief and as it pita I one morning I was told thatr shall be Qualified. The annual meet.- 4?.
who ,il;pi in Hot Springs last week for one instant that the reason we, the contains no opium or other harmful luau bad been admitted during flk ing of the stockholders shall be held on :

*fi "r a iingering illness)) reached POPULAR LAMENT. public, are taxed the epcira 75 cents: is drug. it may be given as confidentlyto night suffering from a snake,bite aik* LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTMASTER'S the first :Monday In February of each ,:
-rp Sunday afternoon and were interred because: Pensacola is 44 miles of the a baby as to an adult. For sale by that he'was very low. I found him tl year and the officers and directors 1t-f.1
yesterday hrternoon. A large Where Would Society Be If One Was i main line? Don't we all know that all druggists. I state of severe prostration; he wa. SALE. shall be annually elected on that day.' I

O'noourse' of friends and relatives Judged for the Sins of Others. Pensacola has been off the main line hardly able to'apeak and seemed to Min By virtue of a nfccree: rendered by The officers shall be a President a .. "f'

erf present to pay their last sad "0; 1 tried one of those hair tonics for k these many many moons and a state of great depression. He and Honorable Francis B. Carter Judgeof Vice President and a Secretary and. t D ;
"Nietts to the deceased and a num- sometime ago: and it never did me a that. it has only been within the past his friends! said that daring the night Treasurer and such other officers Mr J.,>t
b"r of tit of goo '." few years. that the prices have been the Circuit Court of Escambla provided for In the By-Laws. R. A.
handsome floral tributes were In gotag into his ,hut a make bit himn !
/presented at the grave. The pilotsof That's what many people are saying: raised? We would ,willingly! pay $1.50or the foot; that be was much alarmed County Florida on the 10th day of Bonifay shall act 'as president. J. P. i

,the po-t attended in large numbers, to-day when they refuse Herpicide a $2.00 towitness a first class prformance SEEDS and rapidly passed into a state of Insensibility January, A. D. 1906, in the case of J. Harrison a* vice president and J. E. I-II J
trial.It but we object to paring Bowman
anal presentd J. C. Van Pelt, as secretary and treasurer j
a handsome floral tribute when they brought him t, O. Jennings against
would be as ssnaible to say: 'I 1 fancy.prices for cheap: shows. until the election and qualification of
never travel on a railroad! because I The truth of the matter is that the the haspital. They and he consideredthat & as' Sheriff of Escambia County Florida officers at the first meeting. i

Cheapest often seo collisions mentioned in the majority of the theatres throughout the he wu dying and evidently IIiII and ex-offlcio administrator of the ARTICLE VI. *. '
Ribbon as well as the best-Blue papers." country book through th9 theatricaJ WHICH Carded his condition as hopeless. estate of Lawrence Alexander deceased Limit of Indebtedness. 'J!

Gofs Vanilla. Absolutely pure. Nswbro's Herpicide Is specially trust. They take what they can get "On being asked (or a description eff and Maggie Alexander, I will This corporation shall at no timy .3
'Blue twice as far and gives" dessertsthe made to destroy the germ that is livinp and in return get all they can (regardless the snake, they said they had cangbtit incur an Indebtedness or liability enireeding 1.- t"
Ribbon Flavor. on the fifth day of March,
on the roots of your hair. of the character of the production and brought it with them In a bottle. Monday, fifteen thousand ($15,000.00) ;
That is why it is so exceedingly effi ) from their patrons. The people The bottle was produced and the A. D., 1906. sell ,at public outcry for dollars. ,' '.;

HI. Reliable Authority. cacious-It Is there for the sole pur- have it in their power to stop this. SUCCEEDWhen nake tuned' out to tie a small. InnO' cash before the county court house ARTICLE VIII. tl '- ..

"In a case in San: Francisco! once" pose of ridding the hair of this parasitic They can stay away from cheap showsat cent .lycodon. It was alive, tbooftomewhat door in the city of Pensacola Florida,' Names and Residences of the lnco. i. Y
after which the hair .
laid a lawyer, "we were trying to growth fancy prices. injured by the treatment H during the l ltgal hours of' s-ale. the' porators, &.c:. rA ;
nature intended. To knowledge liavehad but
grows. as my we The and of ln
fcreak the kad received. following describe? property, to-wit: I names < :: I
will of an elderly man who D'Alemberte this'winfer
For sale by W. A. one performance ths.tpa'ed 1
Ignoring his relations, had left the bulkof druggist: and apothecary, 121 South in New Orleans at $1.50; yet You Buy, "On explaining to the man and Mr Three and nine-tenths (3.9)) acres of! corporators and the amount of stock'
subscribed for of them
hh property to a total stranger. It Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps how many times have we been forcedto Get the Best. friends that it was harmless, and Wife lot one ((1), section twenty-seven (27)), follows breach are as 17t ?'
w"s. part of out case to prove that the for sample to the Herpicide Co.. Detroit : go down in our pockets for tha extra. -. gome difficulty making them believe 1% township one ((1)). South range: thirty Name Residence Shares Amt. -
tod: 75 cents or stay at home? It's the Cheapest in the End. of dJs (30)) west, fronting the county road. .
man had ben eccentric I Irregular Mich. the nrmploo; poisoning rapidly in the county of Escambia. State of R. A. Bonifay.! ; McDrvl, Fla. 40 14.000 rj'
cruel and dissipated, and.after we bad A good ply is better than a poor, appeared. anS he lft the bospJttlrt' Florida. Together with the Improvements J. E. Bowman McDavid. !FIa. 10 1.000' ;

proved this point the defense summoned sermon.of The stage is a popular!I. I as .he. "ever was, la his l1to ., thereon and the hereditaments !J.P.Harrison. MoDavid. Fla. 10 1,000 : t
means education but the local
a witness fn rebuttal. has 1'sgw bears. and appurtenances thereunto belonging IN WITNESS WHEREOF we. the '
management Cot Mann "backed
"The first question put to the de I off the board" when it comes!! to iandreth's -- -- or in any wise appertaining.) Deedat subscribing corporators, have hereunto i

fense's witness was, 'What do you 'i There's people from their com. separating C.r.I......... cost of purchaser. set our hands this 19th day of .: .
ln< SCOTT M. LOFTIN January, A. D. 1906. -
w about the character of the de- ;
Very truly )yours The Young Doctor-Just think, aii ofD1'
Master. R. A. BONIFAY
teased? And the man answered sir SatisfactionIn WEST HILL. patients recovered this week. The 's
words like thee: Old Doctor-It's your, own fault, my NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that P. HARRISON.
collar that Is :
'He was a man without blame, beloved just as wearing smooth a as Ivory on the The Pint Word New Crop boy. You sprad too much time at the the undersigned intend to apply to -- ;: j"j"J.
and respected of men, pure In all "But," uki! Van club. of the State of Floridaon : ;
lis thoughts edges.It Judge. "you provokedefigbt" _ the Governor State of Florida S :1:1: : ;
2-th day of February, A. D.
and'I I is also a satisfaction to the County of Escambla. fl
"Rut"" I have; ;our collars returned heme "No, Ol didn't." replied the prisoner.. Memo of S.. 1908. for letters patent incorporatingthem Before the subscriber, a notary pub [
SThere.' I said 'did you learn all r rtJat the laundry' ironed and shaped "But you struct the first blow. ',Why Just Received. mem FatB r-Tie who sows the wind their associates and successors lie duly commissioned qualified and ,: "'"

.. ? j Just like new and with no did you do that?* reaps the -wWrlwlstd.: Prodigal Son- Into a body politic and corporate, under acting in and for the said state and: .
'I got it,' the man answered 'from ; broken ed es. "Bekase he.said to me, 'If Oi'm wan Well.: he raises il's wind anyway. the name of "THE BOWMAN county personally appeared R. A. f ";

the tombstone,'"-Salt Lake Tribune. : For this kind of collar satisfaction re're another-and so I soaked Llm.*- MERCANTILE COMPANY" under Bonifay. J. E. Bowman and J. P. liar. ;'f,
i go to the Philadelphia'Press. tha following proposed charter and articles rison, known to me to be the Individuals )
I Afraid of Strong Medicines. of incorporation.R. described. and acknowledged thatthl'Y
Quite the Coatrmry. Many people suffer for years from A. BONIFAY.J. executed the foregoing instrument '
T.-sS-1 certainly was surprised t1 I The Star Steam To draw the ,fire out of a burn, heala W. A. D'Alembene, I rheumatic pains and prefer to do so E. BOWMAN. for uses and purposes therein! v ..

war" that Maud was married. Jessie cut without leaving a scar or to rather than take the strons'meilcines: J. P. HARRISON. expressed. p f l i
*:. It was rather unexpected. Tess- laundry cure boils, sores, tetter eczema and all Druggist tod Apothecary, usually given 'for rheumatism not Articles of Incorporation of Given under my hand and offl a1r ,..

family's quite Incensed. I hear !! skin and: scalp diseases" use DeWitt's knowing what quick relief from pain THE BOWMAN MERCANTILE CO.: teal this 19th day of January; jy4 J

11..y Ioay her husband Is a man of at '! 37 E- liar
':latel,.. nd family Jess-That's all Flu. piles. Get the genuine. No remedy 121 South Palafoi Street. lain's Pain Balm and without taking sociatei ourselves together for toe purpose (Srgned) J. M.. HARRISON, ..ruoJ"
1tronlt. lie was a widower with tea I causes such speedy )'elie!.' Ask forDeWitt'sthe : any medicine Internally. For sale by of becoming a body corporate under '.' 7w Jf !.

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OtIoee-lOI! and 210 East OovernmeAt Street. ......... _, Q.s._ a- The Journal's Panama Canal Edition.The
1* ONH No. 38. 7f Bad Seee Him. work showing Pensacola .
Pensacola Journal.
_, "That leading man doesn't look like ar Florida.
Henderson -.When a man h. ." as she is .to-day. The most. ,
PI 'SACOLA. FLORIDA; TUESDAY HORNING FEBRUARY '13, 1906 keeps hIs wife'.n! dresses; hats, shoeslnsNtot"N o: Get be doell act Uke 0na either. Gentlemen: Find enclosed herewith 20 cents In silver for
fact everything she nteds. What dou a = complete and expensive one copy of The Panama Canal Edition which please send to
wife keep her husband in? the following address.
e The Danger of ,that as it may, the-Republicans are Henpeck u.bnntJY-Hot water.". \... .
afraid of him and. hence.their. planis tWfcr 'p special edition ever issued
N Premature Burial to dump him into the New York I ,, Y,a: ,, _
znayorality if they can. It is considered in the Deep Water City.
k Our-.Dumb Animals. tho official publication probable therefore that the bill '

of the Massachusetts Humane providing for a recount of the votes in Following: are some of its '
the mayoralty In New York city will
Society has been for some time, carrying ' '
be passed. The'Republicans have the, '
1Ll. on a crusado ln.lavor of crematIng votes with 'WhiCh to pass it, and. at I special featuresi : ,

Insteadfof burying the dead and In ,present it seems to be good politics' i iII'
the last issue 'published the following for them to do so. i
Of course there is no certainty as to '
communication from a prominent phy- >.
what the outcome of such, a scheme \
trfclan upon the subject: will be. There may be a sufficient' Over 100 half n vi't. s\of Pensacola Pensacola Bay, and scenes in surrounding
L I Irish: to speak in favor of crema- number of recalcitrant Republicans, II'

:jtion: as assuring a speedier chemical in either the. House or the Senate to, .country* __ -
dissolution of the body than is accomplished defeat it, and If it should be passed
p'; by Interment; and to the end there is a big chance that the recount I Page map of Pensacola Bay, showing depth of water and points of interest
- y that the only sale test that life is ex wouldn't show that Mr. Hearst got a 1 -
tinct being dW3ompositk a mortuary plurality lie Kicked + about the place ,
- building of sufficient size should be anecessity It is a long fight to the completionof v
'f to every crematory In order i a recount, and one the outcome of Doctor Tour heart Is very seriously a1I- A special article on Pensacola and the Panama Canal .by W.. A. Blount, Jr.
that bodies too hastily removed from fected. You must take strychnine. '
; which Is doubtful. Mayor McClellan Their I.*. .
'' hotels :boarding houses houses of isn't going to give up his office with dad Chotly too xnucb.Nerert That would please h.v First Woman-X smart woman can fed l la A_Review of "Historic Pensacola: ," by J. E D. Yonge.,
4 friends remainuntil
,. or even homes may out a struggle. Besides, he is Just .
all his life.
the Important change has taken :now endearing himself to the better Second man Woman-And a smart man eat Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal on Pensacola, by
plyIn ,
element of the city. He is giving only fool a woman until sb* finds It out I
thy same: issue, under the caption New York an administration that is c Governor N B. Broward, United States Senator S. R.> Mallory, United States Senator
"Premature Burials" Editor Oo. T. calling forth econiums from many
quarters. Hence he-can depend upon 1 Jas. P. Taliaferro, and Congressman W. B. Lamar.
Angell who is of the i
44 president society -
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strong influences'to assist him. Thou- ..' .
I4tt has the following to say: sands who' Toted against him are now A "Romance of the Fleet," by Nellie Cravey Gilmore. IAn
tt i We have recertvarjj from England a satisfied with him. In ibis game of I'J

7 it t large amount of evidence on the politics therefore... the Republicans article on "Sugar Cane in West Florida" by Judge Jno. Thomas Porter |
above subject indicating that personsof may not win.'According.
,S ol catalepsy nervous- type, trance.are liable Hypnotism- to.- attacks and- : "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago," by Senator Stephen R. Mallory.

other forms of suspended animation : to tine statistician of the
: An article from the National. Sportsman, entitled "Pensacola, the Fisherman'sParadise
,r where the suspension of life is so New York Herald runaways; are responsible

t marked that the most (experienced for forty per cent-of the accidental o V/ t ,"''by'Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.
.a physidan have been deceived. ,
"W deaths. Ships are credited

t. 700 One authenticated physician cases had gathered of this kind.over with ten per cent and automobiles t Pensacola trade statistics: from his report to the Chamber Commerce, by

p'1 The result arrived at seems to be p; that there is no absolute certainty of .w
w death except the beginning of 'putrefaction
and wherever there la the re-
Emerson on
mostest chance of death not actually

n' having taken place, the body should Applied Good Sense." bo placed In warm room until putrefaction -
sets In.Newspapers. "The benefit \ve receive must be work is attractively printed on heavy enameled paper, .and the half-tone

'j throughout the country rendered again, line for line, deed for views which.embellish, it are not and representative of the city's widespreadpoints:

have commented extensively upon the deed, cent for cent to somebody.
subject, and especially in the westrn Labor Is watched over by this pitI- of attractiveness, but they are'superb:samPles of the engraver's and the printer's art.

4 states many are being converted to less law. What we buy in a broom, a '
Gi 13w The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at the news stands and throughout
cremation or, if that is not convenient, mat, a wagon a knife, is some appli- +fRi dWM.r.

to embalmin -in order to preclude thepossibility cation of good .sense to a common ,' ... the city, and out-of-town readers are invited to send in their orders on the coupon
..very Llk.I. ".
1 ?r of burial "alive.'Wfcfle want. It is best to buy good sense in 1 f contained in this announcement. Address all orders to
Dosty-Say, Weary I guess dean oocrM .
I the blown cases of premature -your gardener, good sense in your I KnKer Pop Knew.
men an' win Jed bsto Ur te4
I burial are ffJW. the Tory thoughtof sailor; in the house, good sense applied out how far deg 1s from bom* Tommy(aced '%)-Say, pop vtvtt rosyWearyWhy
the possibility of such an occur to cooking, sewing, serving; in I ?. dean the train of thought run onT -
Dusty-'Cau.. d. railroads has cut nf! Fop-T&a Hot JUr x.me."lomDl" ).
Is to Bend of your agent, good sense applied to af -- TH B PENSACOLA
rence enough a thrill her 4m free tick Uw_ "" --' JOURNAL
i.t ror through tho strongest mortal fairs. The absolute balance of Give S ,
and Take that doctrine that .
I' everything
end whether or not the agitation of
Its is less sublimein 2 I
'D a Dr. :Aagell .results in. anything like ageneral has price no
the columns of a ledger than in
1 acceptance: of the suggestions Pensacola Florida.
the laws of light and darkness"The ,
? made the subject one that will
Concord philosopher then codi-
1 appeal to-almost everyone.
fies .Dome! of the unchanging laws of '

business-good' for good service
r. pay tt
The Morrtlortlo: News complains V
from-employees; a fair price for every
that candidates either -
are scarce
:i timid. They'll !be thick enough and fair commodity-and the folly of buying t taeer Cmv For Toerb ebc.In I The Journal
.r minus timidity by the time the campaign less than the best in either services Aif 4Jw iFMMI Clarlatll1a. With Lewis a.d Clark. I Staffordshire and Shropshire. England -. Printed Our'ing -

gets.. airly under way. Anyway, or merchandise. The "doctrineof Some rain at different times la* they have it most extraordinary January, 1906,
who .>vexHheard of & politician being Give ana!! Take" cov.ers. of its own Ply night and showers of ball, with Inter. cure for toothache. The sufferer :
itR Hasid force the buying of adv-erllsing-thc vale *f fair starlight This morning at watches a mole's: runway with spade
chief'"secret.." connected: 'With publici ii day we were saluted by our party under and traps,and as soon as be succeedsIn a Total of

ty. Mvertls.lng.which is advertising our winder, a Shoot and a Song. capturing one of these reputed eye-
rI; New York MunicipalFight commands its fair price-it cannot be After breakfast we divided our tobacco leas little animals cuts off Its paw and
which: amounted 2 Carrots one half 151,000COPIES
secured by chance or stealth or luck: quickly applies It to the aching molar.
j Still on. but a dollar's worth is always to be we gave to the party who used Tobacco In order to make the cure sure and
these who did not we gave a Haad- effective the must be
paw amputated
y4 .:Although Mayor McClellan, has been had for a dollar, kerchief as a present. The day proved while the mole Is yef alive. Furthermore i I
F sworn in and .has assumed the duties. And a* in brooms. It is best to i showery all day the Xnds. left us thin
If the
aching tooth.,is on the of
1 I t I r>f chief executive of the city of New "buy good sense" la publicity-an* evening all our party moved into their right side of the 'Jaw; a left band mole or an average

York, tho fight for the office is by no paCe, in a good newspaper (as above t huts we dried come of our wet goods. paw mmt be used,,and vice versa. A''

':4.; )tneana at an end. owing to the fear of and better than devices or schemes) A U.btweI5ht. I received a present of a Fleece Hos- similar tooth8cbe superstition exists lathe i

b 1 Republicans leaders that William Itt is merely "good sense aplied to" publicity First Walter-Didn't that.thin chap Toe ? ery (fleece hosiery), vest draws & Cape Verde islands and also oa the I 5,807DAILY
Socks of Lewis! Mockersona
was waiUn. on tip you! ( Capt. pr Canaries.
v Hearst will enter the race for C.ovemlor' Second Walter-Tip me! Say. GeorgW. of Whtebouse.! a small Indian basket

of the Empire tHate, and in onrfer that bloke's so ,darn mean that if M of Gnterich (Goodrich) ;&, 2 Doz weaeels ft. "
I welched himself: 'I' doa't believe ne'd Ua Way Spc&Urd* Smoke.tte .
| sidetrack him, Republican legisla- "Wherever you Find a Successful the scales. ,, tales of the Squar'of"Shabono & Spaniards are the most expert
have apparently decided to join Merchant or, Business Man You Will some black roots .of the Indians.Oar., smokers In the world. A. native takes The following figures show The pe*
Find a,, Believer in Advertising" is the Dinner to day consisted 6f pore, Elk sacola Journal's circulation for "wa
4 i I (' with the Democrats with thj Mentally O.bala o.d. a heavy pull at.bla, cigarette. Inhales
(object of securing a recount of the hard fact that the Miami .Metropolis "Why was Dr. Gruet expelled from the boiled, split fish A Bome roots.' a bad the smoke takes up a wine skin or bottle day 1906 during with the the month of number January or

ballots cast in the New York munlcipyjf 'shoots-at its. patrons oaily.Tb ,i medical"For unprofessional society T' conduct" Christmas Discovered dinner, warm Personal day.From"Newly Recordsof !; pours half a plot down his throat, copies ,dally: average ,

at election and. If possible, ousting I nVhat did be doT Lewis and Clark." holding the vessel a foot from his Jan. 1, ..... Jan. 17, 5,700
4 r. r .t JMeOUan: } from the office. The Sat 11 -It was what he didn't do.' He neglected mouth without spilling a drop, and Jan. 2, 5,700 Jan. 18, 5.7M
iT rswtst an opportunity to peflorm an operation on then with a sigh of satisfaction closes Jan. 3, 5,700 Jan. 19, 5.7M
JYannah v
I sews& publishes the following rich patient.
:: r his and exhale. 5,703
t Ifolmea eyes smoke from Jan. 4, 5,700 Jan. 20,
r brief review of tho situation as it ap- t RDA 1 glanced at his watch. his nose and mouth In clouds. He will Jan. 5, 5,700 Jan. 21, elfA
j*-an at the present time: i "Still a quarter of an hour." said be. also Inhale the smoke converse for a Jan. 6, 5,800 Jan. 22. --.
s 1 1c "Very good; I shall wait"The
p Mayor AlcC: llaa is not yet sure he few minutes in a natural manner, and Jan. 7, 6,000.Jan.. 23, 5,&
butler had
h I .!!ti will be Mayor of Now York for the hardly closed the door theta blow out the smoke. Jan. 8, ...... Jan. 24. 47J
4 Lt next four years. When ,tho bill pro- behind him when Lady Hilda was Jan. 9, 5,700 Jan. 25, 5.TB
Tiding for a recount of the -votes in down' on her knees at Uolmes' feet, IAatilae a l** .'. Jan. 10, 5,700 Jan. 26. 6'166
1 the recent municipal election In that her hands outstretched her beautifulface Judge-Toy are charged 'with assault Jan. 11, 5,700 Jan. 27, 5JT
i+ j city was Introduced Into the Legislature upturned and wet with her tears. ,and battery Wtuatbare you to Jan. 12, 6,750 Jan. 28. 6DO:)
;y .: it was intimated that it was for '"Oh pare me, Mr. Holmes! Spare say? Prisoner Nota word yeronner. Jan. 13, 5,750 Jan. 29. ....
a, the purpose of trading with the Democrats me!" she pleaded In a frenzy of application. i It was atyia too much cot me Into this Jan. 14, 6,100 Jan. 30 5,600

t:a but now it seems to tie agreed "For heavens sake :don't I crape.Jndge. Jan. 15, ,..... Jan. 31. 6,100
that the Republicans are in earnest in tell him! I love him lot! I would pot I Jan. -16, 5,700
wraouncfais that it Is their purpose to ...
I bring one shadow on bis life, and this Osh. .te --

,. wnpport Tie tt. not anxious toj I know weald break his noble heart" -Who bit your ear off?. Mr*. Total for the month.....151,000
Jlepublicans ara
Vvju JIoImes raised the Flack (wishing protect her husband) 1
f't; am I
New York,
kave Mr. Hearst fayor'of;
but they would 'rather have him In II I -I-I did itmabself! ,-Excbange.. Average per day. .. ........5,807I

tnat.offlc( than to run the risk of hav- H vEa .
I1ANtj; hereby certify that the abortstatement ,
lug him run Governor; at the next ti'
state election. iA-: few days ago Mr. tell him about Ayer**Cherry Pec ie correct according to
Hearst stated if quoted correctly .x..w ".'t...,w. .rewta. Hove YouThen; Tell biro how it curwjjour bird records on file In this office.

t that -hw1 would be a candidate for the .JHxt-I 4&re.1.T. 7OQ..baTO hears< el Mrs. Vlse-If you are coin to tH* loge Ten hint why yotr always keep FRED A., SWEET..Manage'-
Xfemocratta nomination for GovernorIt the proposed cUb for poets X supposa ittrtH s. MBBT Pf.<<. tonight you bad btttar tab T08 rtoBeatlfrI It tn hnvd. Tell ban to asf bis doctor Circulation
there saamei'! to be a necessity for ban your approval? see the old toot. doctor has ax coat. a6otit tl Sworn to and subscribed before m'
Doctors tue r great dearf
sit ,
automobile. f' maJctea- to aaatfcs
The JCdltoi: -No: I couldn't bit *. poet must mood Mr. Wlae An lop going 99 a
t 1L There is an-impreesfon that he with. duiv vsuaUy Jot sw ax at Neal 4ays. wait. for me yaW X come hOme ailtgnftsto tend funtroubles. t4is. l 31st day of Januao" 19M.
l wilMte. caudldate'whether be gets wile Worm--Xrtr not N arly. all htt JI... WUCtrbU ir. 4 PERRY' RICK.otary.Pub.lc. .
the Democratic nomination-XJT not. Be patient are centipede Mr. :V71s-0i'.ru take. my. stonncosX lersdu i.e.. .. { :
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,?. :" to the and of the '1 Fermented in cleanliness and
I : originality simplicity Club held a most interesting melting perfect
It is
good for children v ,
-rT 7 combination. last night, when officers to serve dur- i

It is excellent: for ladies.'r: I '-.1': ng the ensuing year were chosen. The temperature-redistilled in copper-

1 To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. 1: lub: ,has a most excellent organization
ripened for in charred oak.
It is convenient for business years
men I l!lli mposed of s' large number of rasiknts -

Manufactured by "I I I of what 3s known as New City. You won't be if
It Is perfectly,safe under all circumstances. The club decided that rooms in the disappointed you

It is used by minions of families the world over.. f'' --'' club; would be rented out after Apirl I insist on having it. '

l 1.I as bas heretofore been the custom.
It stands l highest as a laxative with Ha SYKVP 9 Phone IS, Lewis Bear & Co.,'
.. physicians. (@FQRNIA : ,i t The officers elected are as follows: 404-408 Palafax St. and 3-10 Main St., 1 6 i

If you use it you have the best. laxative the President. -H. H. Boyer.. Pensacola, Fid.
I Vica Presnent: -A. V. Clubbs.
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sift Fraaclscot
world produces. III Treasurer-A. D. Morrison.
LouI8.ll1e. Ky. New York. N. Y. Custodian-Geo. v.. Johnson.
Secreta.ry-J. McLu Giltts.

Williams; B.. F. Bache and Geo. W.
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... '. ,. ..... .. ., .,,'. -:... ... .. '.' F. Bache, ilrs. S. Stewart Mrs F. M.
Williams, Mrs H. H. Boyer." Mrs J.
A C. Pebley and 'Mrs. Geo.. W. Johnson. -
A committee was also appointed to
ousne&s in life and the unconsciousness call upon the mayor and city council No SS03_
THE HIGH SCHOOL ECHO of death. The presence of the and request that a hard road be con- t
girl seemed to soothe him;, he was structed to the club house This committee C.W.LAMAR President JOHN PFEIFFER.Assistant Cashier.
lees restless, when, his feverish eyes is composed of F. M. Williams M.t E.CLARK Vice-President Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS.Atsistant Cashier. f fi
were following her:gentle movements,, Geo. W.;Johnson and C. _F. Steward. i
EDITED BY PUPILS Of THE HNSACOLA HIGH SCHOOL. or when she was deftly ministering to )

.. His trained physique told in the Prepared For Esergenetea. ,

> Vol. 1 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY II, No. 9 end. Almost imperceptibly, he galned A well to do Kentucky farmer one I OF PCNSAC9LA fiA.' .

t strength and. at last was able to be Invited an acquaintance from a neigh- DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. I IetUer
L brougnt out 4n a steamer chair and to boring town to dine with him. The

Published ereryvsecaotl and fourth shrubs that lined either bank, and'would arouse an answering chord in lounge all day in the sunshine with recipient of this courtesy was a man CAPITAL STOCK, $260,600. SURPLUS, $60,000. :

flandsy of the month: by the pupils .blushingly kissed the half-closed wa 'whatsoever it chose to apply itself the gentle waters of the bay or lapping well known in that region for his general DIRECTORS- l
if tfce,Rensaeola Hash School. ter lilies and blossoming dogwood even to the winning of a heart. against the tout aides of the crankiness and his propensity to*

EDnXMWNCHCEF-Occie Clubs, that lay massed upon shore.Through The song had ceased. timbers beneath.. use his gun at the least evidence of Henry L. Covlngton, Frank ReUty, P. E. Brawner I
O6. delicate tracery; of smllax and yeHow For the first time the Inevitablehad These days were full of blessed what he considered an affront The J. ,M. W.S. Ro&asco, C.W. Lamar. \
LITEKKKf EDITOR-Theresa Jacob -jessamine he could see great bushes annoyed him. and now at the end 'companionship for Candler. For the farmer well aware of the touchinessof Bryan Duiwody T. F. McCourln, J. Saunders
/:'C7. of titi, and gorgeous honeysuckles ,of three years, if bis manliness had I,first time he found Oils sympathies,, his with whom for business A. M. lowery, w. H.tdilton. 0. E. Maura, t
ATHLETIC EDITOR-Loul* Han- such as one never sees in ,the city, .permitted be would have heartily i and his Ideals echoed. '!fie delicate guest W. L. Cawthan, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oertlng. -
;rah '06. except at those rare flower markets, despised the girl his dying mother presence of the girl grew to be a necessary reasons, be desired to remain on good Alex rdcGewla, C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark.

EXCHAWOEED1TO --Hllma Green where a specialty: 4s ,made' of wild had chosen for (hIm and, to whom he,, ,'I part of his!,,:enjoyment. He terms, always kept a wary eye on his Firms Solicited.
09. flowers. The man. whose nature was little doubting that he would ever made no effort to analyze his feelings; visitor. One afternoon the testy Indi! Accounts of Banks Individuals. Corporations

QtWPS AND CRANKS-Yclraa! exquisitely esthetic sa.w'and appre- care for any woman had promised H he did not realize what trey: were. vidual In conversation with his host Four per Gent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Maura '08. ciated each individual charm the he did marry to ally himself., Hia I The girl could see the great figure remarked: "I can't account for the

REPORTER-BcM1o Jones '09. sun, the vegetation, the birds flitting mother worldly wise, promised herself trembling with ,emotion, the square I queer feelings and Impulses that come ..
r here and there and lastly the pale, the satisfaction of knowing, that jaw set ia & determined line the clear over. me at"times. Do you know, the -- -
gliding waters of the creek which her eldest child would '''make an alliance .I gray eyes' turned steadfastly away., first time I took dinner here I had as

OUR LAST ISSUEThis brought to his 'mind those lines of .that would be added glory [fc} > the "1 must goC"; ', he dared not look a! much- M I could do to master the impnlse -
Tennyson. lIe save himself whollyto house of Candler. He had never her his "Re ,when one of your sons made acertai
her he '
IK our last issue. the situation, and sank into such troubled himself to get even so much ; gave remark, to whip out my gun YEAR'S RESOLUTION !
Ia consideration of the approach. member always the debt I owe you, THAT NEW
a profound musing that he failed to as a glimpse of Alice Wharton, ie instinctively don't
dag examinations! and the work that and do not hesitate to call on me 11 and let go. "Oh you worry
movement of felt that she must be a
notice the quickening **
do annual after ever I, can serve'you. about that said the farmer "I know
will have to
Tre. what :was
his craft. The fraril little'canoe,quite prude, an ignoramus, or
them, we have arrived at this deci regardless of its pilot's equally terrible, a butterfly with "This:, is mine." Candler read: ail about your little falling in that line. Have you forgotten it? How you were
abstraction'l ALICE WHARTON, My sea rate was Btandin in ,the hall
Irlon.We found itself face to face nothing but money and an illustrious
are gratified with the results Waterloo the current. Napoleon was name to hold her upon Ciis mother JLnderton City. I: way,just back of you with a shotgun. going to ,save a part of your wages by !
\\'A"t> Lavo.cbtaln-ad in every way, and all nut vanquished in the rougher social realm. As twilight was coming on, twoI You cud well to change your mind. At cuttingout sa many unnecessary expenditures -
"v.1s'h 16 express our sincere gratitude waters of the adjoining bayou.It "Mother said that she was three figures might haveibeea; seen far up the first motion toward your hip pocket 'We to remind of the
ito Mr. Maye. who made this under- was not the motion of the boat years younger than I-the ages are all the beach walking band In hand. my son Jake had Instructions to ? wish you

JtaWog-jxissfble. are able now to that aroused the occupant of the canoe right, but" he continued 'grimly;that I OCCIE CLUBBS. blow daylight! through your importance of sticking to such a resoluticn. 1. ,

apirvdats tire merits of the Pensa- : but the beautiful words of is aU," and impulsively reached. for '
'yyla., Joorral. the labor that must 4
"Schubert's Serenade" in an unaffected his paddles. ;
''thsve to be spent on each item to I soprano which came to him from The girl on the broad veranda oi QUIPS 'AND CRANKSMiss LET US HELP YOUBack y

,make it the-newspaper that it is. May I I a pier in thebayon. where he knew the house boat, rose from her seat, T.-"Give the principal parts LIVING. .
kt-ooncsau prosper. II there to be at present, a palatial house lightly jumped in to one of the small' of the verb to accept."* SIMPLE 0
at The realization boats moored: alongside the pier and
boat anchorage.
Raymond W. aside to Irma :'lcD.- The Problem Not Difficult of Solution. the resolution by opening a rt
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES of his danger was but momentary, rowed with a quick, even stroke .to up
however for the swelling low notes, ward the point from which she had "What it it. Irma?" ,A Western woman who haor been savings account and will add four per cent ?
'--Ir. Thomas whit 00, is another gradually rising and falling; as if the heard the splashings and cries of vexation Irma-'Darned if"I know.** for years a sufferer from "chronic gas started it is # .
of oar pupils wto has gone Into bus singer was feeling the'sentdment! of At first she failed to are the Raymond "Darnifinodarnlflnaredarnifinaridarnif trios, induced it is believed by over. interest. With an account f.va
iness. We sincerely trust that he itdulgence: in coffee gives an inter incentive to save-it means ;
the gong, and giving i it the Interpre- upturned boat, but a sltght struggling matum." wonderful
.d: -y meet with. auocesa. tation that the felt,'aroused his admiration of.the object underneath made sit,. etting experience:with a good healthy thrift and comfort for old age. ,.
s e sides in the moonlightand I Miss T.-"What verb are you giving moral attached to it: now
and interest. What was there, shining gleam ,
The'JtO-Tetta Association held' a so- "For 5 or 6 years I tried every
that fascinated him in that noise? showed it to be about twenty ?
rial session! in af- patent nostrum advertised for the relief
the library Friday
of the further the stream. Saere--
Ah, perhaps it was the magic up RaY.JIlond-"Darnillno.
teraooa, when the following program scene for had he'not'beard women'svoices sumed her rowing and in a short tima a. ) found or cure temporary of dyspepsia.relief; sometimes SometimesI I
iraS'prvseiitatr:: the voices of the lying alongside tfte/ wreck. Not
before was
The corridors are filled with low was for months blistered and burned
Program. orld's greatest prima donnas un seeing any signs of life after she had
and oieted
with plasters,externally
Piano Solo] -Vhrian Byrd. moved. But no there 'was some sub examined and rowed around the whisperings and hurried consultations till I 'was too disheartened and de- FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ItecUatlon-Miriam Blount. tle attraction in the personality he sides thinking that the owner had these dajs. A new society is "In the Epondant to care whether I lived or !
Bong f selected' )-**annie Berlin. felt to be back of the voice quite different swam to FaCet, she was about to return windThe R. A. G's (mysterious died for I never got any permanent .
Recitation Vera 'Fulghum. from any that; yes. he remembered when a hand was, suddenly I letters) offers itself, as a rival to the relief OF PENSACOLA FLA. \,,' -

Song (selected)-Elma ,Byrd. now, the Vassar commencement, thrust above the /water and feebly celebrated V.'V. V's. "I have lived for weeks' at a. timeon W.K.Byu..Ja..V..PreI.andCuh1er. i" .
Bac on-W.ullam. Campbell. and the seat near the epd. the only, clutched the side of her boat. for a I S raw eggs, or dry toast; or buttermilk W, B.EJrOWLU.PreS.T.W.Bassi and. W. N. RoBWRft..AM'-O&iih1f': '''.' ...
Sang Detected)-Zertrum Coleman. girl who had ever really appealed to moment the girl was unnerved. Then Prospects are good for a new dictionary or sweet milk. I have fasted for DIBmaroIA-F. Co BrfDt. W. A. 81ount. t1'. H. Kn.wl. W. K. HT.r. Jr. I
G. Brent.
Kecttajson-Erin Robinson. his nature. He had cherished the I summoning all her,strength !she raised days suffering the agonies of starvation D '
prams Sofo-JLiillle Williams. eight be,had had of her face and tha',I the half.drowning man from the ropes if Miss Thompson continuesto : and then endured equally' acute I
sound of her voice deep in his heart,'I which had tangled up 'his feet And! use come of the words at present agony because I must eventually eat l iK.:
for three weary years. The voice was hade it impossible: for shim to swim,, In her vocabularyy "My kidneys became badly affected -- -- -
A HAPPY INEVITABLE rather than I aiael by her own strength and a a female weakness resulted I :
I low wkh a moral a phj- and and a I T. X. WJCt.LK8.Ytct-Patua.rrL I'
x tan,.ray oome and men may go, steal beauty. It bad impressed him',i the buo'ancy'or, the water, with Onj I Pupils are beginning to wear their was dropsical at times; at others: U,
b!t.f totOh forever" I instantly 2Sthe, face_of a kindred soul) mighty effort, she drew the huge form .exam. scowls,' in anticipation of the much emaCiated. I triM caangs ofclimate B Citizens'r; ; i ;
telslatyrtzt form in the canoe different from the women he knew in I into her boat. The. man 'was sensV. approaching! Reign of Terror.'I' and spurt; 3 years travelingin
rd lily paddles and -gazed about' business, and in aoclet)'. Had: it not less the girl half fainting; she nevertheless *' ,* search of health coming back home ofPenuc la,Tlortda.airootora. .
b&n. lib nature starred soul drank been for the inevitable' would have managed to call for afesis-" to the same old routine of,medicine. : .. j..
stion-Who is our United States 1 is about 3 years now since I T.E. W.Ue'
out. "It
he tance. Storms
sourhther Being as .Bur.
vita long i I
eagwdelight, all the wondrous ago food-not with Oea W Wrl Hilton Grwa.A 11
weeks' that followed tried Grape-Nuts Eu Dr. I
beauty and 'I'lcturE'SQtM'ness offered was a type of the successful man the The were full senator? first Robinson. -
Ads eyes Tjy the God-favored spot.etnng man who feels that. to undertake is of anxiety. The girl. restored to her::1 Pupil-Mr. Mallory. any hops of finding anything I could LlEKERAJ. B.\NKING BUSINESS. TRANSACTED. | 11:
sick of
TO ,
he had ,not doubted I habitual activity, watched, over Can eat but because I was ft
veiled by a dim cloud to accomplish What is he trying to do I
arm I .Juest.on- liked the of .
I flavor
t dler, who hovered between : everything,else. -
reverential devotion, uncon.sc''
cart a warm gtow over th. trees and, that his own 'a for Petterson, Marzonl: Grap>Nutj| so much that I ate scarcely ; Sk ni
.. ----1,I I pupil-He Is trying to get materials anything elsa for a week. ... .. .......
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----- I for him to go to the North Po'e.I : "I well remember my astonish. ..... .... President. E. W. MmlEB"E Cashier. ;J ;
I could satisfy : REESE, +r j.
I I ment when I found my p. R. M. CAHf Vice-president.
Miss T.-"Give t tihe principal partsof :appetite without paring the penalty of
I the verb punio. John A." .hours of suffering; that I could eat a THE PEOPLE'S; BANK OF PENSACOIA '

I INTERESTING I and SATISFACTORY Jonn. A.-"Punl -punlre-pUI TI-punl. i supper of Grape-Nuts and sleep all Dlrectors-L. J. REeves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. K Mler. R. M. Gary.1
ISN'T I IT a.t.nlliar:1I-IOmething:: ; I had i
tus. I ngfit j W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hoot on.
does that for years.
Miss T.-"What mean. I not A GENERAL BANKING BUSI.'d1 SS.
"But vn! after a monlh.s us of TRANSACTS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. ,- ,
y\ -* "John A.-"It means sick.:: I Grape-Nuts I did not imagine the relief : ........<......... .. ....r .. .....
of the anything more than tempor-I / hi..
to know that you have one C was
till, I found( I was gaining flesh
f largest l and most complete stocks of Teaeher-"George. tibia: is an easy .I at air the, rate of 5 or 6 pounds per month :
I way to remember the discovery of was my :
restored .. .
that my .
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America. In 1492 Columbus sailed had disappeared: and : dam Masser ;
kidney trouble R. M.C ry. CAS. "'c' .
CUTLERY. GUNS RIFLES. PISTOLS. the ocean blue." nervsg steady. I have eaten ,.,... :: '-" '
HflRDWARE. PAINTS my Wboleaa1e and ReUll
Pupil next! day-"In 14S3 Columbus Grape-l uts daily ever since and shall
sailed the dark blue sea.." continue.to do so as long as I live. StcamDomestiC.Anthracite COAL
weigh 157 poundsnot '
"At present I Blacksmith
ETC. fat. but bar; and '
METALLIC AMMUNITION. EVANGELIST, KEGEL solid flabby flesh. dropsical I eat 3 meals every day, Offlc!-No- '+E South Palafox street. Telephone 93. :

GOES TO MYRTLE GROVEBy can 'indulge, in fruit; and never suffer I Ia Yard cornetSHINGLES.arragona' and Gonzalez:: streets. Phones 6 8.272 ,
indigestion. My :.-
in thbecause e South to make ycur purchases from. Interesting special! requestof the people at husband single,pang who used to suffer from coffW I ,_ ,_ .. _J
we can save you money. Satisfactory. becauseit Myrtle Grove, Evangelist K9ge1"will | poisoning (sour stomach flatulnoeand '_
conduct three meetings at that place, heart burn) has long since given I
is convenient for berry-and, using Pos.-
Friday night and closing np the Arabian
tom and'Grape-Nuts food has becomea SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS. .
Sunday night, healthy man. ,
Belting Hose and Packings. hale hearty;
Wrought Inn Pipe and Fttin s, ''Rubber splendid program has been arranged "We'think we have solved the problem BUILDING MATERIAL.

and a special feature will be I of simple healthful living for af-
LARGE STOCK OF .MILlSUPPLIES., the vocal and instrumental music eTsvearsof Grap-N: food we are Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVAS. CO. I a.
which will be in charge of Mr. Paris,I not tire4 of It H is stilt delicious
who certainly has distinguished himself and supplies so perfectly? the place of
Orders as an expert at the big meeting meat that our but<<.her"s bills are an
Ou1-oi-ToRe GORDON & BROWN HOW. CO. at Millview. almost unknown quantity." Name -- -- -- ---

6lua Special u... ,Mr. Kegel will be entertained .during given' ,by Pik.do.. Battle Creek. n

his stay at Myrtle Grove,'at the M tcl1. READTHEJOURNAL.: eb.
home of Mr. and. Mss Beale. There's 1 reason.

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.YLASSGRoc gentleman'as partner and a couple of
number' were danced, with the 1 ladies CATARRH THEN
esmalning.-i4cog., many5 of the gentlemen CATAImH
1 I being' entirely' fgnorant of who THEN CONSUMPTION

their partner' 'was, so complete was A cold in theisead iaa, ailment,

th3 disguise, After the unmasking but it rarely'ever.stops there. It often grows stubborn and protracted, the
: dancing"wa, resunvd.- -delicious refreshments membranes, or i inner lining of the body, become inflamed and
Seen Heard and Done Those Who Go Come between the mucous secreteringing
Among being served I filthy unhealthy matter ,which is absorbed by the blood and SOOn
the a pr
eighth, and ninth dances and merriment
duces that disgusindisease, Catarrh. Then follow the unpleasant ;
continued until a late hou* srm
I Tarry g Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. I Turner's orchestra was'in attendance tOms of uhawting and spitting,"

: for the occasion." noises in"the'ears, ,headache, see-I had C&tarrh agony with for twelve headache.ye .,.,..

-4- appetite- mucus dropping back .topp ; t K By' E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. THE PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTERA In poor.10the throat; 'and-a' Deling_ of general S.run.down S.8.and and commenced un1it for Its work use &I.nd h&4'Ar

____ TRUE AMERICAN. debility. Every ,day the blood taklnlr eleven bottles 1 found tAe11r.
L' cxtt&ssssasnixsxnziiiis Miss Roosevelt and Mr. Long- becomes more heavily loaded with well man. .I have never had UJ'hbra
n = a- worth say ,Cincinnati friends. "will these poisonous secretions, and If the test tre5eithswor1dforCatsn disease and 1.consider 8. S.a.t ,
: MARRIAGE OF MISS BLOUNT travel in, the handsome private car
is lowed to run on.'the lungs aSztS IIEEGAL.
L trouble
AND MR. STURTEVANT. Good to Republic' and t8 New Orleans on Hoaao4 Main e, 'Ad.
For go
. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Everything become diseased from the constant ,-
i The innumerable friends of th! their weidins journey. In the early blood through them, and then Catarrh terminates
brIde- . : from her mother invitations as follows Eat young couple will go abroad." most dreaded and fatal of all diseases, Consumption. The only way to get
is to cleanse the blood, and S, S. S.
: As England is their first objective rid of Catarrh permanently is the idtai
; Mrs. Frederick X. Blount We are headquarters.We point it Is probable that Mr. Long- remedy for this purpose. It soon clears t1t:

t Invites you to be presentat and worth's bride will be presented at thel! system of all impurities, purges the blood of all
i the. marriage of her daughter -- \. : ; ,carry the best give court of St. James. Provided .or', S Catarrhal matter and poisons, and effectually

; Mary Elizabeth 1 f you the best service. cturse\ the 'sam! reasons that have de-f t S S. checks the progress of this dangerous and fart .

. I to .. : I H imexMade Chow/'Chow 15c. prlved MIsS Roosevelt of otherroyal reaching disease. S. S. S. keeps the blood in
:Mr. Charles Alfred Sturtevantat : 1 ) social distinctions, do not again prc-1 perfect so that CataiTh'cannohemainandas
at eight o'clock, Wednesday evening otjr ROSENAU GERELDS. vail. ?: | PURELY this pure, healthy blood goes to every nook
the &
.t4 February twenty-first FOr it is safe to predict that thet
the entire is strengthened and invigorated
of the body, system
: nineteen hundred and six cultivated common sense that distinguishes and corner ,and
i at Christ Church -.r The Fancy Grocers. Miss Roosevelt( will characterize the symptoms all pass away.. ,Book with ilforma.tion.t! Catarrh and mnl-

Paiuacola::! Florida. Phone 391. Pensacola. :Mrs: Longworth. and no voluntaryact I icaladvice free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. C/U
; ,Cards to the reception at Mrs. of hers will be willingly permitted -

.. Yonge's are enclosed and read: .- to !shadow th$ career, of b,r9 lfj

: Mr. and Mrs. Philip Keyes Yonge Iy :? \ .(...- Carnival CostumesWILL thepresident nor th congressman j I .... ....,. .. ....e.................
. invite you to bg present at a It is pi asant: to realize that even |
Reception ,c \ old world royalty: can add no real .disinctiou' -(
from half past eight to half past; ten. BE FOR RENTIn to. the daughter of the presi,

I *VAN DEM-ARK-BONIFAY.-+- 'f/ 7' Fancy Dress for Ladies and. Gsnts, dent. 4 I GET BUSY !
I -
In Velvet, Cambric, etc. I
At the home of Mr. and Mrs John ] On of the band of little "Sun .
: i C. Witt, 315 Heights boulevard this also beams." Maggie 'Chandl r of the First t
,, t V, :morning at 9 o'clock] their sister Miss Comical Masks' Stockings, Gloves,'Eartlst: : church Is ill) at' her home : .: .." YOUCATCH THE BIRD, 4

Jeeie Bonifay, was wedded to Mr. Harry _' .91/I False Moustaches. and Hair Goods malarial fever.. ofl t WE'LL FEATHER THE NEST. :
I Van Demark Father Banfield acted 6 ATKrs. + ;
as celebrant, the wedding being I : 'YOU MARRY THE GIRL,
a Rev. J, W. nterfit: and bride, i :
I f beautiful In its simplicity Hordstrom's_ Millinery merly Miss McCasksil: daughter for'l. WE'LL DO THE REST. :
The bride was. gowned in her traveltag Senator .MoCaakell. are located :.
costume: and owing to Mr. No. 11 E.' Intendencia St.. :
'J-ensacola: and residing at 728 North j i
'Witt's illness, the wedding guests included Eighth avenue. ., We carry a full line of the best and most stylish

: f- only the relatives of the contracting : and + J.,i Furniture, Carpets and Stoves in the city and the happy :
parties Lessons Cooking Sewing. I
Mr. and Mrs Ricbard Maroa: Ed-
; The bride is a sister of Mrs. Wltt Cooking: Vegetables meats, salads I len, of Berdstown, Ky.. are guests at j i'': swain can furnish home, handsomely for his bride by :
: and the groom is a bright young days"on'th ':.: ; ; 4
breads the HotM 1 Earambla! tarn few our BuyNow/Pay/Later'PJan. *
deserts, pastry, cakes ;
r "worker who also finds time to make I i iKsntucky's 4
!Ir bonTinoon. The bride Is! one of
: Sewing
of 12 lessons $12. ; :
current course ,
many. contributions to mxgatlirea. drafting, cutting, fitting, ,dressmaking fair daughters and, .her",i Bedroom Suites,. $20 and up. i

; Mr., and Mrs. Van Demark left im o Classes for women and children. Five I.father.of.Is th Hon.Kentucky. John S.Stats Kelly Bar, president Association -- : Chairs 75 cents and up. :
t | joediately after the ceremony for San lesbons, 250. M. A. Mclntyre. in- : :
'S15'to $65. '
; : !Antonto oa a bridal tnp.-Houston structor 301 West, Chase. Sfeblw Sideboards.

; (Tex.) Cnronfcl<.. -- -- I Miss Fannie Wright was the ,fortun :t Window Shades 50c and SLOO, i

most eloquent spankers in the south 'ate-winner of the handsome cushion
will alo be present, ,while Mrs. T, M. 'raffled by Miss Ella Stewart. .[
Shackleford, Tallahassee, a former 9 f' :
Hon. Wlliam B. Lamar and Mrs Lan ,
member of the Tampa Woman's club, Lieutenant and Mrs Bailey will :* .
J ar axe among the 800 Washington
f' people 'who have ben invited to *atIr ..;;, ::. who holds an important chairmanship! give a Valentine' party Wednesday I 108x110' S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. .
is another lady night :
\ in the state federation, *
; tend the wedding of the president'sdaughter : :' ...... ,... T
t, : on Saturday, Feb. 17., according : who will be, present for the occa ..... ....................
to the Atlanta Journal, which Mrs. Trabue and Miss Trabue of __
g sion.There
also says: will ha a meeting of the directors Louisville who are 'visiting Captain I..t. j 7

"Mrs. Lamar is of the of the federation at Palatka] and Mrs Berry at the,navy >ara. will cioser
e t- prominent and popular ono of the southern most \. \ oa February 16th at which time .g. leave Thursday home, to the 'great to the heart of her readers with every Valentine party]I Iat

.s 'women in the official set of Washing number of applications for membership regret. of all who have had 'the reading. Tha work?those two 'nobly' :
ton and is from different clubs will be acted pleasure of meeting them. Miss Green good women .and their, associates are
t.* recognized as oialt.ut.I A GOOD MODEL FOR A LINGERIE FROCK. upon. These newly elected clubs ,has been induced to prolong her visit prayerfully' accomplishing 'for humanit ... ...
4 m aer set. MT dinners
.. auring The will be allowed to send delegate* to for two wesks.Missteffn 'is sufficient to keep, sweet the f er-
the I bretelle
season are the mo t elaborate and or suspender style are bretelles with white shoulder revers
the convention, tha, for wftlch' ", meeting resentment disappointed
J beautiful affairs always given at h!r still first favorites for the small fo'ks! are of the SWISS\ edged with fine swiss program. Palafox Street & E. Parsonage.
attractive apartment at the Connect! will 'be arranged at. this ,meeting !s Leffler of Georgia, who enthusiasm and to bolster the wavering
& embroidery. These
fastened to
. cut. Among her dinners given recently and are exceedingly prstty developeJ thb* lt back and front are with I Is Tampa's representatives'! among, the, has 8Jpnt'few days with Pensarola] : faith'of the weakest Christian. <.-
I embroidery -
r was a small one !In compliment to in dotted and plain Swiss, as in the buttons, such 'rgs directors are Mrs., Henry Brash and relatives joined her father at Floma-] .v-
' Col. Robert J. Lowry. of Atlanta, the Illustration. Here the skirt is of fine sale at most of the well.stocked as are now on Mrs. J. C. Huber.-Tampa Times. tOn( *nd has gone with him to their Mr. Chas. W. Wilson of the Tuscola] ,

c guests being! the beautiful Mrs R ,W dotted: swiss tucked and flounced; ton counters. Dotted Swisses in but.1 -+-, future home in Mexico where'h r ((111.) Review, is at Hotel Escambia Tuesday Night Feb. 13.
,-. Cole, of Nashville; Tenn., widow of I the blouse of plain swiss. the fullness light tints of pink and blue are ] MRS.,J. DENNIS WOLFE others, are. interested in mining; accompanied by his daughter Miss ,
i "King Cole," who died some years laid In tucks and the front strap col-- made in this form ENTERTAINS FOR VISITORS.Mrs. Harriett I ..-
t.. f. ago. Other guests were Mrs. Annie t liar and. cuffs of embroiderj. The waite.up with blouse, Of! J. Denis WoJfer: entertained delightfully Miss- Raleigh Mae' Miller,-' who forth -j. 1 I #4
L > Mays Dow, of Atlanta who now I ', Friday evening complimentary $ past six weeks has been the '}lr. Harry A. ,Carr of Chicago left I
makes her home with Mrs. Cole at, to her sraers Mrs Hamil and Mrs charming 'guest of her friend ':Miss Saturday for' home after visiting, II If you ever had any fun at a

I f}autiful ColemaIre near Nashville: j Captain and Mrs. Tracy Dixon (Mrs I Louise Commjns. Anita and Elenora: I Moors who are her guests from the Susie Liddon, in this city, left yesterday friends.< in nsacola.. I Vaicntios Party in life
. t *Ir. and Mrs Robert I. Fleming of Dixon was Miss Belle Abbott. before Schmitz. Hilda Griffin Marie ncrth. for Pensacola. wh re' she will .c i your
I Stable
. Washington; Mr and Mrs. Milton H.!her marriage); Miss Venabte. of Virginia Gertie Whitehea-a' and,Mattie O'Brien ," Mrs Wolfe's Invitations; for 'the spend several weeks with friends and Mr. ttames, M. Walker returned Sun i you will have it on this occasion -

: r Saul, of Atlanta and Representative I ; Representative and :'lr8. ClarkeOf Messrs. Leon<'lo Borras, Allle Murphy;, eveningwere ('Onr.nto her childrenand then: return to her home at Murfress-day evening after an extended trip to and are hereby invited -
:. John Wesley Gaines, of Tennessee. Florida; and Mr. Williams, of Flor Thomas White Johnie Miller, Ethic grandchildren to afford them an then return to her home at Murfre New York' and other points of inter you
"Mr. and MTS. 'Milton da. opportunity* to ,inject ,tfoelr visiting to attend.
t H. Saul were Anderson, Bug ne and' Clarence' Pfeiffer + est.
: i the guests of honor at a dinner given **Mrs.. aniar's receptions or days at Robert. Plae, Eugene Arbona aunts. No publication seen by the writer
it t' a week or so ago by Judge and Mrs. home held twice a month are very Bemry and Chester, Griffin Bunrup Music, songs and recitations and tho has improvecj
Laraar. Invited to meet them were a pcpular and largely attended, among Olsen "Cbip" Klumker. Gam Golar, social family reunicn-iimide the evening intereati so gradual! yet so potently, of jour family's health. Ask .-JC:011re11
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:: ; few southern friends, Mr and Mrs.I the caller being a number of the Willie Bell, Willie Schraitr. Harold pass most pleasantly. DMicious as das! the, Southern Witness In recent for 'Blue Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla. -
. Charle] Wilcox, who ma 'e Atlanta S foreign and diplomatic society Lovendahl. Cal Williams Leo anJ I refreshments were charminglj, servedin months. The Woman's Baptist Missionary Absolutely pure. Goes twice as far. : : ; ;
\ their home for a number of years: .I[ ")lr8, Cole who has been spending George Bonifay, Adrian Farinas and I the dining room and the graciousand Department edited by Miss ,
some! time at the New Wi lard hotelin Ro-s3 Haley. beloved hostess added another to Spalding grows in interest and importance Pirating Foley's Honey and, Tar. FINE' PHOTOGRAPHS.

Washington, was Annie RusseU of "ENJOVER." the pleasant memories that have enshrined to the work with each issue, Foley & Co. Chicago, originated Pensacola, Fla.
Augusta, the In her in the hearts of her fam- whllj '"Mother" Bean's "
i prettiest girl Georgia -- -- "Orph ng! Honey and Tar as a'Throat and Lung
J ITS MERIT IS PROVED forty She is Ily.
years ago. a fascinatingwoman" CORDIALLY INVITED remedy, and on account of the great
,. : with snow white hair, very WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.The -- merit and popularity of Fol y's Honey
young face, wit.h blue eya, rose leaf FRIDAY NIGHT CLUB ,IT'S DIFFERENT.
; RECORD OF A GREAT MEDICIKE 'skin. Mrs. Cole had her daughter 'ladies of the Palafox M. E OF YOUNG tPEOPLE. and Tar many Immitations are of-1

ij;::; "- ot er from school In Baltimore to vi Fit church cordially invite the membersand A group of congenial young people Since Coffee Left. feied for similar-sounding names. Beware
r i A tromtnent Cincinnati Woman Tells her, and gave her a dinner of twenty all Interested, to attend the meeting hate organized a social and Herary! so-- of them. "The genuine Foley'SlHoney : !
which will and Tar Is' in a yellow pack.! For
f: How Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable covers at the Willard' last Sundav be addressed bj Mrj city which they have named the Fn!- A Wisconsin lady says of coffee:
M t Compound Completely Cured Her. mght. Miss Wilson, daughter of Strout and Miss Barnett Wednesdayafternoon day Night Club. 'From childhood, I had been used to age. Ask for it and; : refuse any sub;

[ 'fS Woodrow Wilson, president of Princeton in the interest- of the Missionary Usually meetings ,will be held every drinking coffee, aatf gtew very fond of stitute. It Is the best'remedy for
S The great good Lydia E. Pinkham's a perfect beauty, was Among the work of th-e EpwortCi League Friday, but th>re-will" be no meetingthis It. coughs and colds. W. A.D'Alemberte,I I

'\:1:;: t Vegetable Compound is doing among guests; also Halite Krminle Rives, the .No collection, no fees and a fine wek on account of the delightful "When in 'course of time I began to druggist' and apothecary.,
;,'jt 1& the women of America is attracting writer; Senator aJki' 1lrs. Frazier, of program of entertainment- including' ] missionary meetings mentioned suffer from stomach and bowel I
1''"l \' the attention of many of our leading Tennessee; ; Senator and Mrs Crane excellent music.OPPORTUNITY. in The Sunday Journal. troubles with accompanying haad MUSIC IS THE' VOICE 'OF LOVE '

'g icientista, and thinking people gener Senator and Mrs. Spooner, John Wesley -.- Miss Josie Loftin was the hostess aches pains in the ch st aad loss of ,TJie quality: ,which i makes its notes
..rt: \- I.lly.u Gaines, of Tennessee: who married TO JOIN last Friday and Miss Mary Morgan appetite and flesh I wa* slow to suspect the tones of passion and echoes 'of I Itfte Suilday'sDuller
: Mrs Cole's stepdaughter There FEDERATION FLORIDAWOMEN'S will ,entTtain the, club Friday nightof that coffee was the cause. My i heart, is delightfully( )' 'realized inj I Ii
:: were other senators and well known CLUBS. next wek. Feb. 23. The,officers of sister, who had used and knew the: i our Pianos.: They embody tb.9' highest -'!
'peopla present. The convention of the Florida Fed th, Friday Night are: \Cr'.ue-s of Postum Food Coffee, persuaded -I results of ,a generation's, progress,I
"Mrs. Cole i otesses; like a queen Women's clubs will met in Preldpnt-1Ir; John Lewis. me to try it I gaup the old -elastic: touch, responsive action: : and''
.: ft t usually in gowns of white lace and on Tampa, April 4th, when the following, 1st VicePrsIdent;"" Miss Mary Mor-kind of coffe, with, reluctanc, thinking : lasting tone qua'ity. There's not a''I II
.. occasions such as a large dinner she ladies prominent in woman's club circles that I would never fin hot table I I
!;; gan. ;} a borne in Pensacola or ,West FloriJa:
: wears a whlta lace veil pinned to her will ba present: Mrs. F. Ad- 2nd! Vicert! ?3id nt-Mr. :'John Eag-, drinlf that I would relish so well. but that, can have-a Piano under" our'',
; ams, of Palatka. president of th -
; snow white hair and falling) down her state "I was therefore 'I "
an. moat 3. r ablrsurprls "
federation Mrs. 'J'. Stanley wonderful, : l plan. _Paf when.)"OU' Like.
back. ; Frederick
Every one.at the Willard takes ScretarylIi Vera Fulgham.] 'to discover that Postumwha It.CLUTTER .
Ask us about ,
.. her for some foreign queen visiting first viee-presdsnt, Miami; and Mesdames Treasurer-Miss Josl, Loftin. properly made' -thoroughlj" boil MUSIC' HOUSE,
i4 .
W. W. Cummsr Lawrence
i this country. The Friday Night membership is etl; was so very palatable.] It proved Pensacola, Fla.
- '( -' "Senator and Mrs.: Clay are very' Haynes D U. Fletcher and N. C. composed of. Mi ,;.Irene Palmes. Miss to be a rich, creamy, delicious beverage :
>!t popular and are to fcave a reception Wamboldt, all of Jacksonville; Miss Margaret Campbell, Miss 'Mary Moo' ,, soothing and quieting to the
'i!1It:' next week, at which a number of Amelia Carter of Providence R. I,; Fan; Miss Ida Richards Miss! Clara iwrv-g and healthily invigorating. I N'OTfCEPensacola
f... :;: Georgians will assist. and "Irs. J. P. Rayner, of Michigan, Bell, Miss Jeanette Harris, Miss Cora alsofound! it nutritious, as the old RING
) "Among the attractive and popular will be visitors from outside the stats Scarritt Miss Belle Lamar, Miss kind of coffee never was. Fla.. Feb. 8, 1906.It .
j :' southern women i is Mrs. Ben Tillman, an'' Mrs. E. G. G. Munsell, one of the Cora Shepard, Miss Vera Fulgham, Postum began to help me from having come to our notice that

1&& :Jr. She is the daughter of Doushka ---, ., ----- -.-. andMr. the _\ry!; beginning and I was thus certain parties are picking up drift I
I. Pickens, granddaughter of first governor ; .. Louis Shuttleworth, Mr. Chandler ercdurag to continue its, use, until I timber 'on the beach inside the harbor,I US
!t 4ft ollowing letter is only one of of South Carolina.. Doushka Yonge. Mr. Edward Morgan. MrJchn am happy to say. it landed me safely and offering same,for sale, contrary to
: L : aan1 thousands which are on file in Pickens was born in Russia, when: her Lewis, Mr.' Merritt Bell, Mr'John In Wellvllle; 'wh re I have been for law, we hereby warn all parties
..... the Plnkham office, and po to prove father was minister there. !1 1 Eagan. Mr.. Lucius Bell Mr. Bell three years and where I propose to against this practice, and will prosecute
: beyond question that Lydia E. Pink- -+- I HIGH QUALITY : Palm s and Mr.. Raymond White.4 remain. I.flna1 it a glorious and happy to .the full, extent of the law the UP )

"',I p: : hfcm'S Vegetable Compound must be a LADIES MEMORIAL place .to be.4n. next person or persons found doing]I!
i;. t 'remedy<< of great merit, otherwise it ASSOCIATION MEETING.The j UNIQUE FEATURE OF "1 never before had' such good this. No further, warning will be J

I:'' ,,6oalcl not produce such marvelous Ladies Memorial Associationwill FOODS I A TAMPA DANCE wealth: as I have now. No. trace of my-: given.: Pensacola Lumber CO., by L.. I
,;r. ,tcsolts among sick and ailing women.JOearMrs. meet with Mrs. Laura Thorntonat I f "S-:>mettiing .diff rent' is the desire form r ailments remain I have put on E. Nobles: The W. S. Keyeer Co. by

b : Pmkham 10 o'clock Wednesday! mornin'g and'I of every hosste ses ambition-not to weight until, I am almost 'fleshy and J. S. McGaughy;' ,Smith &; Mariani.I
. : "About nine months ago: I was a great sufferer the members are urged to attend 'I mention her guests weary! of the hack I tIny complexion has resumed! the representing Rix M. ,Robinson. H. We have something
'J with female trouble,which caused me MRS. W. D. CHIPLBY. president 'I WELLCOOKED I neyed round of laborious plea sure bloom of my girlhood days. Baara ,& Co:.. Rosasco" Br08:. W. L.!
,\7 severe pain, extreme nervousness and frequent MRS. S. A. MORENO Secy. The hint conveyed in an account In'I "My ,mother!. lost her life (as I can Wittlch & Dunwoody-Alken TowBoat
;l- )headaches from which the doctor -. i the Tampa Times of a dan given by see!! now) through coffae drinking Her Co. special to say to
I tried E. Pinkawn'
Called to relieve me. Lydia I
SURPRISED i and th5 ,dancing contingent of Tampa so-I ailments were precisely the same aaI
Vegetable Compound, and within a MR. CUMMYNS.A served in the most attractive
; ,abort time felt better, and after taking five and tempting I c.ety; for' Miss Hemph'll of Atlanta I mine were but no on suspected' at EAGLES'WILL
4 bottle*of It I was entirely cured I therefore merry party of young people met : Our 35 manner. i will doubtless prove a welcome! one to that time that they were due to coffee' PENSACOLA about it.
: heartily recommend your Compound as a at Miss Griffin's on West' Intend ncl + : j plecdVl female tome. It makes the monthly street. Sunday! night, and in a boa>: 12 to 3 p. In. is haying a 'all. It reads thus: ._ growing steadily worse and woras till

.periods regular and without pain';; and what surprised Mr. Francis Commyns at!! great run. "Tb,2; reception and dance given at death put an .!!nd to her sufferings. The Pensacola :Aerie. No. 1293. F. O.

: ,a biess1ngitiStOtifldBUCharsInYafterSO doctors fail to help you. 1 am pleased his home on Barcelona The' event the rooms of the Crescent club last I had only known then what I do now E, will meet Sunday night at 7:30 -
I to recommend it to all suffering women."- was given in honor of his seventeenth I night by Miss Maizie Gallai and I she might be living to this day. o'clock February 18, In K. of P. halL
: ilrs. Sara Wilson, 31 East 3d btreet, Cincinnati birthday. I Walter D, Gallaher in honor of Miss, !"Xly father was also a great coffee There will be 23 candidates for initiation
\ Ohio. Delightful musc was furnished by Hot Biscuits Coffee and I Hemphill .was numerously attended: by I drinker an tobacco user as well and, and a full attendance is

If ;yon have suppressed or painful Mr Eugene Pfeiffer, :Misses Genevieve, !Doughnuts at 5 o'clock. very I their frI?i1ds in the city. A unique! I am ,sorry'to cay fond of, IHJUOT. He quested., re-I' Sol Cahn & Co
; j periods, weakness x>f ,the stomach Hallmark and Miss Etta Reilly, audi 1! morning. I II feature of the affair was the fact that lives with m* and I have taught him 'C. M:.CASTfN.4r.
p. Indigestion bloating, pelvic catarrh, games and dances ware also enjoy the ladies after the reception retired tn, drink Postum. with the result that B., FRANK.Worthy ,
r IZ- i nervous prostration dizziness, faintness as were the refreshments gracefully !I! and th- lights having been extinguished he uses much lees tobacco and baa Acting. Worthy Secretary,
-j .1. .'don't- are" and "want-to-be- served by Mrs. Commyns and Mrs.i I I I I returned masked and their identity entirely lost his app tite for strong -. i u. is* I The Pure -Food=: Store

'left-alone feeling excitability, back- Murich. The affair was charming ccmpletely] ] concealed by lon'? whit-I drink to the great improvem of NOTICE W. O. W.

: ache or the blues, these are sure indications throughout. I Kandy Kitchen ,Care robS and high conical caps, their ti. health. I feel most sincere! .Members 'of'' Hickory Camp No. %1.1 Southwest Comer Palates ind InlenclenCiI t
of female weakness, or some Those in the party besides Mr. Commj gbostlika appearance being heighten grateful to the discoverer of Postum W.; O. W are requested ,to attend, the
., I! derangement of the organs. In such 'ns were, Misses Mina and Florence ed 'by th5 fact that the candle Ian.j Food Qoffe" Name given by PostumCo. funeral of Sovereign Clarence,Oerting i
\ eases there is one tried and true remedy Wolf, Katie Cusachs. Cora Scaritt Etta -I(104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 ,.tfrnswhich they carried were ,the I Battle Creek Mich, from the family retideac, ,-$05'East Phones Jinn

Lydia E. i'mkham't Vegetable Com Reilly, Florencs Davenport. Gene- only lights In''the room. After a t' Ii.t.dhe, )little bo__.. "The Road to LurfUia street,. Monday afternoon I I I
b"-, OWld.' sieve: jiallmark,. Bertie .Dunham. grand and solemn march ach of the Weiltille! -," in pkgs. 1 o'clock- ", ,

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Desirable: cower.*'t..Nerth Reus St. Success to Thos..C. Watson &Co.

COMES OVER YOU investing 4n lots on East Hill I 120x155.. ... .".-. ;'. "h.;.e ..'275IJ.1
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had on terms that you will never miss. 100eaCh.. .. .;: !. .- ...$1250.. Fine

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-I 'c' YOUR OWN, CAN BE ALTOGETHER DONE BY CON- These lots 5000. St. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......$ OOO. List of Desirable Property for Sale.

SULTtNG US $225040 2 lots and 4 roomheuse Weat End. Two-Story A- desirable piece of property on Palafox street;' a splendid

will buy a block near Stoddart's. A good home for colored family..$500 investment; must bO at once........ ..... ..._ ,...., ..... ..$10,000.00
5 lotson Sth St., near 16th avenue, Seven dwellings, and a dwelling and store building, with very
WE WILL SAVE 'YOUiiMEANDMONEy beautiful location'for a home and an .. .. .. ..
car line... .. .. ..$875. near half block' of ground. situated on a very desirable corner
excellent bargain. Only offered for Residence
-- few a 2 story, almost] 'new house West near business district; a splendid investment.. .. .. .. ..$6300.00 .
days. ..:.. .\ .. .. ,
Wrl tSt.. .1 12400.. Very Desirable quarter of block on North Hill, convenient to
900.00 5
$150000 room dwelling. 22 lots 1 block from car line West of block of land street car line. .. .. .... ...... .... .... ..'. .. .. ... .$5600.00
--- East Hill. modern. '5 room dwelling King Tract.. .. .'. :.. .. .. ..$875. One-quarter One of the most desirable building; lots on North Hill frontIng -

5 lots E. Jackson St. on car line south, near car line, on corner, 100 by 150, for a few days $3700.00
... AND GIVE YOU _TIPS ON 'REAL: ESTATE WILL $155000 property renting '$'%16.00 $2600 : .- adjoining residence of Mr. Desirable two story new dwelling on corner with four lots on

1.BE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET. THAT per year. ,58 lots and 10 houses' well situated North Hill. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..... .. .. .. .. '.' ....$3700.00
: MAKE, ARRANGEMENTS worth $8*OO; price:. .. .. ..$7609. H H Boyer on East Two story-dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street. ;

> TO BUY A HOME, AND 'DO'IT NOW. WE LESLIE E BROOKSREAL property' with ua. goo:! neighborhood. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .... $3250.00
} CAN START YOU RIGHT. ._ .. your For particulars Comfortable one story dwelling on OeVilliers street near

.Garden street, with large lot..... .... .... .... .... .. .$325000
ESTATE; BOUGHT AND' SOLD L. S. BROWN ,& CO. apply to Twenty.five lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets splendid -

investment, for a few days only. .. .-. .. .. .. .. .. ..$ 275.oo
Pensacola Investment Company RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY "WE' SEll LOTS" The north half of block 67, New city Tract. 10 lots 40 by 137

feet six inches each; one block from.electric car line, and on

4. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Ma iag.,. LOANED. McDavid-Hyer Company Havana Square.. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .. .. ....$2000.00
Two story dwelling at No. 1005 North Davis street, with large

W.H.KNOWLES, President R. g.SIMPSON, Secretary. 204% 8. Palafox St. Fisher Building. $1200For lot.. .. .... .... ........,;......... .... .... .... .... .. ..$2000.00
J.L ST1LLMAN. -Pres. and Gem Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treuurer. Agents New York ,Six room, story and a half dwelling with two acres of groundIn

Rael Estate loard and Rooms. a five room Douse, bath and hall Life Insurance Company. western suburbs. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..,.... .. ..$1200.00
Loans General Investments. on East Hill. $400 cash. A bargainfor 8 E. Government Street. Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street; SO'by 132
feet six Inches, fronting south. convenient car Hne..575.0O
location. ,
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola NK3SLY FURNISHED ROOM for rent
Florida. suitable for light housekeeping 500 One whole block on West Hill $550. Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. Two story dwelling on East D Leon street with large Iot.$ 850.00
I W. Two lots opposite Mr. Hagerman Comfortable one story: dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620

Gregory. llfeblw ,North Coyle street.. .. .. ........ .... .... .... .... .....-.$ 800.00

F=--- Nice furnished front southern $600.Three lots corner car line and Gads- For Sale. Two cottages on West Zarragossa street, splendid renting property -
room, den 'St. $950. .. .. .. ... .. .. ... .. '...... .... .... .... .... .....$1250.00
exposure; half block from Palafox
HELP WANTED D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. Apply 32 R Gr gory. llfeblw Six room cottage., E. 'Wright St., Money to loan in amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per cent. '

i $1350. HORSES AND :MULES-McMillan & Interest. ,
!(\"TED--Good pay for earnest FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished Turton have just received a car Those having property. desiring to sell same would find It to their

worker everywhere distributing c'.rca'ars : REAL ESTATE, 6 room cottage on Big Bayou, c; R. VAEGER load of horses and mules from Tennessee advantage to place same in our hands as we have disposed of about
advertising matter worth In the 60 days. If ; have funds to loan consult
samples and near car line facing the water. Address : and the latter can be seen at $300,000 past you
No canvassing. Cooperative RENTS AND LOANSWe us. If desire an agent to collect your rents; or want fire Insurance
( P. O. Box 364 Penaa<:ola. Fla.lOfeblw .' l 202 Thlcsen Building. Phone 686I Pou's stables on West Intendencia St. you
Advertising Co.. New York._itS ? I I IQfeb ; or if you want to buy a piece of property and don't know wua
II owns same, consult us. ."
.\ 'TE'D.-Lady' -gentleman ot I FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co:, are
have FOR
the following special bargains .RENT.-One nicely furnished
education to travel for firm of for the famous Corno Hen
fair LOST agents
very desirable real estate for room at 24 West Romana St. Phone I
J20000;; capitaL Salary $1,072 per a few days only. 548. Debl : I Feed. Finest thing in the world! to HOTON&WATSQN

rear payable weekly. Expenses advance w-j,LOST Monday, about 3:30 p. m., between make hens lay.. Keeps 'em In good ,
!. Address Geo. G. Clows. Pen SPECIAL BARGAINS. ROOMS with or without board by day! Chase street and the Gem I condition too. 7febf PHONE 54. 34SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

f,3C.Oa.: ,Fla_ t.'TEDGood .* 2 lots in,block 170, New ,City, 80x137 .or' week. Apply :Mrs. W. F. Williams !-'!'Book Store, a young lady's photograph ,
Ad"" feet, on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.00 304 S. Alcaniz St 9febw. not framed. Reward for 'return ,FOR SALE CHEAP AT WARRING-
'\ \=
3 lots 16th TONne four room house with
corner ave. and Gads : to Journal omeeor Knowles :
dress: No. 44. care Journal. Only den street. ..... .. '.. .. $1,000.00 NICELY FURNISHED front room for, Bros. Phone %2. ISfeb!front and back gallery; only one year Miscellaneous I
13febVNTED :
food man need apply. 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New rent, with or without,'board. Applyat I I old Apply to O. R. Wilklns.fcfeb2w FOR SALEBeach .

\ Traveling salesman to call City .. .. .. .. .. .."... .. .',$1,000.00One 401 W. Chase. .. 9feb2w Ii! LOST-A petition containing number suburb ofPeeiaacola {
Haven the coming VLVVI
5-room house with bath I -The patrons of the "Viavi
on grocers and genral stores; profitable connection:' in PLEASANTLY situated rooms to rent.'i of signatures of value to no one but FOR SALE.-South half block 211, Extensive Improvements Traetmenf are cordially invited to
gas every room
and permanent position. Premium ; owner. .Rewardfor return to Journal fronting 400 feet on 13th street by "this street car line call at Hotel
nice neighborhood. U taken at Apply at 111 W. Chase St. 8feb2w i i to be made year; Southern Mondays an& -
Cider Co., St. Louis. "10. once, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1450.00 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED- -- I I,office. Dfeb I Ii 107% feet on Bay iew% Park; also &'Uaranteet1'1n'the 'near future. $35.00 Fridays from 2 to 6 p. m. where they
11M2L south half of block 21 fronting 400 This
beautiful waterfront lots. can meet the
6 houses for representative Mrs. II.
block :
in 17
West King
rooms for rent, with privilege of i feet on 14L St... by 137% feet on Bay for :short time only. For further P. Booth. febll-lm
price a
Tract renting $30.00 Will
to help per.montL
\NFDGoodwhite: woman light hous keeping at 254 E. Gregory, View Park. The only property adjoining
THE LANDLORD call on or write to :
lend $2,000.00 of .. $2600.00All iTO particulars
hotel at Century. AddressJ necessary, ,
run depot Phone 557. 6teb2w I Bay View Park that Is now tn PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO. I will tunand repalrplanoeandor. ,
Fla. IQfeblwNTED of these propositions are bar
Mancll.. Century. gains and will be held open for a few TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and lOt l In the purchase investment. prop sale. The beautiful view down the :- gans as cheap as any one and do first .
W\ -Men everywhere; good cays only. N. Spring St. Good location. Special 'erty, did It. ever occur to you that after bayou and down the bay can never be For SaleFOR class work only. My phone is 802-3

pav-pass circulars tack signs-no Excellent warehouse location on rates to parties or clubs. Apply I: all your careful investigation as to obstructed. AV. Clubbs. buy J rings. Orders promptly attended to.
canvassing steady. Continental Distributing railroad track-very cheap.' 222 N. St.I I title and location,,that the net results J. Conrad Scott.
J. Williams Spring
AUTOMOBILES.-I am for the farm
agent SALE OR RENT-60 acre ;
9feblw to the rent collections.
depend on
Co.Chicago. Good 8 cent hand; you
Best kind per mortgages. on 3ujanlm ,Hav you investigated the rent collecting Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos 5 miles from city on Brent road;' 7 SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert-
WANTED-Three short goods solici vacantor FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for I' agencies "4o ascertain who from $500.00 up. They cost less than room house, all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 Ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship
in all of '
tors. Solomon Furniture Co. 8feb Improved. wanted parts and for city sale., rent with or without board. No show the best net returns to their horses to keep up.- They can be run story barn, good water mail box on chandlers and grocers, only first-class -

\F\NTED Boy who can milk cows, light. housekeeping. Apply 310 West I landlords as carefully as you dlo!! the In sand or anywhere a horse can go. the land. Address "'Farm," care house of kind in Pensacola. Fair

attend to horses, and do work 30 S. Pal fox St. Gregory. Jan21-lmo* titleto, your property. Th-e net 'returns Leslie E. Brooks. Journal. ISfeblw* prices to all. I

around premises. Apply 501 ;W. is the 'gage;" t.he standard of JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment of FOR SALE-We will sell the exclusive -
Chase. _feb7 Pho"e231 BOARD_ AND, LODGING New tarni'l measurement that-tell the story of agtod Imported Olive OtL Retail by pint right to manufacture and sell }"LORID.CURIOSITIESSea shells, .
ture. large clean rooms. Investment. A gallon or.larger quantity a. Morasso burner in the I shell jewelry wood novelties, leather :
W A.-rED-At once, a young lady stenographer sonable. Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock 105 our household garba
: chandlers Pensacola souvenirs, live and
; and
ship goods
& Co. grocers, 701
I parties. For I
to the right
Address quick, P. O. state of Florida
Intendencia St.
East 1janlm0WANTED.A
Are you houses cann South Palafox. 4oct Information and description of! stuffed Alligators. Goods packed .
-- --- prices.
care Journal._ r ready, for shipment Mrs. C. N. McClure tf.
17 !
-Position wanted by young few boarders at.212 W.! FOR SALE.: Only youngBoar pigs device apply to Domestic Garbage
branch officewe We rent "largetIl1umMr' of houses Opera House Building 107 K.
WANTED Grego.-y. New house good neighborhood Duke of Florida Kalamazoo Mich.
man of ability and temperate habits. -- contact with sired by 68923 out Burner Company.
to locate here in Pensacola. and therefore come-In Government st.
wish Familiar with grocery business; would a don car line. 12janlm* wbo would rent of Orphan Lee.'Of Baltimore 58544. ISfeblw. S
with references. The Morris more tenant your
Address! .
Wholesale House. Cincinnati, Ohio. prefer position as shipping clerk, but ROOMS TO RENT, with or without hcuse than anyother agency in the All )guaranteed with registrations and FOR SALE-For a few days only 2 MRS. L. E. MILLER. Fashionable;
t feblm would consider any offer of clerkship board 22 E. Garden. ISjanlm I city pedegrees. Carl Setterlind, Chipley, Iota opposite the Hagerman residence ,.Dressmaker' latest and: most approve
nature. Would require week's notice Fla. 26nov. New City; 62500. Fine location ed meJuxis only. Ladies invited to t F -
WANTED Boy about sixteen to and am already employed. Address NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.I Are your houses left open? FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers for a home. Apply B. F.. Wolfe' call. Room 4, Park Hotel. 1teblw-
"Clerk. this office.. lOfeblOt Newly furnished, clean and nice,
learn glazing Apply Saunders Mill at five cents a bundle. This of. Citizen's Bank. ISfeblm
('-0.. 29 East Garden. ISJan!) near postofflce. Apply at 128% E. by tenants moving out. and does it fice.' Corno Hen .Feed will make your
KODAKERS get Kauffman's prices Government street Mrs. B. M..TraIner.1 remain open several days without arent Fresh milch cows for sal. Apply-'I hens lay and hoop them in a health/:
WANTED.-100 laborers, wages 1150 for developing and finishing. Bast at Davbon's farm, Roberts, Fla. 'a
Tjanlm. I sign We hare a corps of colIbCtorg FOR SALE-200 acres good farm lan.J. condition. Try It. For sale by the '
1 feblllw
per day. Apply factory of Goulding and cheapest: in city.. Romana and
in of the southeast of
Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat who are every part 2% miles Chipley In Lewis Bear Co. 7febH. a
Fertilizer Co. 14jan Palafox. 20 janlm this office.' They are .all clean city daily and they, Bee that your Washington county; no waste land; 30 FOR SALE-Block on ,North Hill, between -

WANTED.-Second hand furniture and nice. houses are kept closed and a rent sign acres ready for cultivation. Good Baylen and Spring, or will PJIISIION Is still at the same plac,
and household articles of all kinds placed on them when vacant, and protect lime rock quarry on premises. For exchange fir Improved property down 14 W. Intendencia. Shoes made to
WANTED for cash. Address P. O. Box 353. BAY. HOTEL.-Open night and day.I your-property in every 'way possi further particulars address Mrs. L. town. Apply 119. W. Gadaden St, I, order; all kinds of repair work.
17janlm European plan. Rooms, light and: ble. Wlselogle Marianna Fla. 17janlm Fensftcola, Fla. llfefrlw I 6feb2w
Transient trade solicited.
"'AIDED-To loan money on your WANTED.-The public to.know that clean.575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. 'S. Nlcolau, Are your rents return FOR SALE.-Second hand Babcock THE GREAT LINDSAY' LIGHT Burns ll I I J. H. Logan, Upholsterer and chair
personal property and household buggy, rubber tires In first- lass less gas and gives you more light Caner. Clocks repaired. Give majcur
goods. Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jcf old newspapers can be bought at Prop condition. For information telephone for l-ss money than any lamp yet II old chairs to cane. All work
this office for five cents a bundle. They satisfactory? It for your self.
f1'son and Zarragossa Sts. No. 51.FOR made. Try &n see I guaranteed. 206 Tarragona street.
l.feblm' are all clean and nice. I Booklets fre*. Call up 380 and ask 4feb-10U:
Money to Loan. Our rent department is under the, SALE.-Most beautiful residence about them. 28 East Government --S--
Electric work of alt kind.
WANTED.- care of a Rent Manager with a corps I The owner will not be responsible .
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand block In Pensacola. overlooking the street F. B. Bruce. feblMm NOTICE-
Let us clean your fans resajr your . .. _. .
Cleaning Club. 118 N. PalafoxSt MONEY TO \N-Evwybody borrows -of collectors under him whose bay and Bayou Texar. Magnificentlive -- - --- ----- for debts contracted by
dynamo. money from Jno. A. Hall & duty and the captains
oak magnolia other shade
Mrs ,
T. J Davis Prop. Your patronage
cola Electric Co.. 205 S. Compound Cathartic. 'For
570. Pen collections have 55,600 I .
solicited satisfaction Co., Iff E. Government street. When collecting Our rent trees. Ideal location for home, hotelor Fay Alabama or Sallie Guy. II. Jer-
; guaran- Baylcn. increased 60000.00 in the past twen sale at The Alligator and West End I Portland. Fla Sfeblm
1c-c4. Careful attention given ladies In need call on us. 9feblm sanitarium. A. C. Blnklpy. ISnovlm nigan, owner,
ty-four months. this means we are Saloons.
garmams Phone 1222.:: Sfeb SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of and __ Store Is to certify that ,theFerry
per- This
old clients gettin'g.new' House
price paid for gent'sclothing holding our FOR SALE- at Goulding on FOR SALE-First class grocery
POSITIOX- WA.-'TED-White.: woman ED-Highest sdil sonal property on short notice. ones. We could not do this If hard road. <4< rooms bath and kitca- and meat market in connection.fixtures Pass Inspectors and Shippers Association ;
Also hand
only. Terms easy. J. B. Gray &; Co., 2 W. net returns to are ,not responsible for tha
wants position as nurse or cook,for No. 9 E. Intendencia. we did not show good en; nice stable. Strictly cash. M. etc. Reason for selling leaving of their In-
lam ly ,if good reputation. Apply 1375 goods. Romana. Phone 1165. neb the landlord. S. Borras Standard Oil Co.'s office. the city. Address P. O. Box 682. following boom receipts No. 1347 of G. D.
E, of all kinds LOAN.-On Pensacola. Fla. 30Janlm Bpection; Receipt
Gadsden St. 7feblw'posiiios JOB PRINTING wantedby MONEY TO real estate or 7feb. No. 1348 of Feagia:

'WANTED-By competent the Mayes; Printing Co., 24 W. other sufficient security by appl). We,render monthly statements.We FOR SALE.-If you have $8.000 to Invest FOR SALE 3 acres land on Town I and Robbins Hassan; receipt; receipt No. ,1295:: ;-of Cbas. -
Government Phone 181. Only the Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox
Ing to mill proposition worth marine ways. Pass Inspectorsand
In saw near
city Ferry
bookli:9: per. either as bookkeeper, Idee stairs. render monthly statements on a Point opposite Snowdens.
of work. up 17noT-c.
Romana. 'Lock Box 26 frontage. Address Association. by J. T.
write DeFuniak water
Clerk or collector. Have had six the last day of each month reporting $10,000, $300 cash; deep Shippers
5 ears! experience. Can give good reference WANTED.-Hauling and transfer MONEY TO LEND-on good real,e. collections made during that month Springs, Fla. This will stand the Land. care JournaL IQfcb Harper.,Pres. Jan281m 1
work. Office phone 363; residence tate security or ,on good collateral: closest investigation' and the,first man 100 back Alice W Herman -
Address A.. care Journal. sending a check for the net amount FOR SALE QUICK- high DRESSMAKING -
rates. Leslie E.
14 feb it5VAXTEflBy' phone 390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. at lowest Brooks due you with the money gets it No time to cane 'bottom chairs. Will sell all I has opened a first-class dressmaking .
St. 25mar.WANTED. Fisher building. 21jan: with agents or triflers.. 24janFOR '
Tarragona Waite or portion of them cheap. Jos Roth. stop at her residence. 106 E.

short : white man, position as .-The Merchants TransferCo. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal We pay taxes on your property SALE.-One choice block on.top Tarragonna and Government Sts. Intendencia. Ladies: invited to call.
order cook gardner property on short
as notica
or cook
cr hostin\ Address want your,moving and bauUn J. W. Bullard. of the ridge east of the electric IQfeb. _ _ 31jan3w* _, S -
gentleman's family. Terms easy. upstair ( if desire at actual -
repairs '
T. B. Tnor- ana1 you '
guaranteed. ,
7th and
All breakage between 8th streets I
'SALE-Two J. M.
three wagons. CAPT. FRITZ.
railway or STEAMER
Geo. 102 S. Adams St. South Palafox St., Phone 1144. FOR
Sinclair. : 28% cost. We make no charges to our
Phone 97$ '
sea Prop. favored this section! and it if tak and ,
'teb1w. SHOT landlords .for handling and looking after Nautre! has drays and horses cheap. Rogers, master. Passengers
\\; RE\OV A TED. New their property other than the commission cannot be duplicated A. V. Clubbs. within a few days. Phone 614 or n.1 I Freight service between Pensacolaand
ATED-Yon to Corno Hen UNLIMITED amount or money to Iou street. 27 Jan.FOR Fla. At Baylen street
use tick furnished it desired. All done for collection the rent iSALE.-Nice. clean newspapers ply at 403 N. Reus Freeport.
kinds of personal .
1Fe.l. This makes your hens lay in good order on short notice. Leave I on property. Only 5c a bundle.They wharf, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
sale. block In New
and fattens Special rates to business men on )large WE MAKE THE; COLLECTION OF for SALE-Beautiful
them. Try it. For sale Green & Watson.Phone I I and others desiring to see
orders at wrapping paper, and are I 312. For cash $809.() Tourists
*bv The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb 4feblm loans. The New York Loan Co.. 20114. KENT A SPECIALTY. ml.ke.goOd City. Tract No. Interest on Choctawhatchla
193. to put under matting. Court places
South Palafox. just the thing! Apply to A. )t. McMillan House
REAL. ESTATE Sound should
THE, FISHER Day and Santa
WANTED-Everybody in Pensacolato WANTED-To io n' money on jour AGENCY. i make this trip. Special rates for parties
know that the Y. :M. C. A. buildIng watches, Jewelry and personal ef- ---- FOR SALE.-10 room house corner I of ten or more. For rates or

was built of brick made by the fects. Highest cash price. for old gold lot 3 blocks from Palafox lot 96x 'other Information apply on board or

Pfnlacola Brick Co., and they are prepared and glher. !Ughtman& Klein, 106 E. .192 onar line. For ,particulars in- address P. O. Box 6S2, Pensacola, Fla. : -'

:Mr to furnish you. J. S. Walton 6feb, Wright .-A. R. Bingham' wants ItebWANTED. i Some Good Real Estate Investments and Homes. quire d Standard Clothing house Co.at Gould-i9ja.FORSALE7.room I' FLO. Boot; and Shoemaker.27janlm5JOhN

MATTRESSES made to order; old your moving and hauling. He guai We make' a special l offer of '7-room and hall house on the southwest corner of-16th street and 18th avenue Itfg. Apply to F. L. Askergren.Goulding.Fla1 janlm*. i Fin custom work to order; repairing

mattresses renovated and new tick antees all breakage. Phone 630. with 5 lots. This is an ideal furburban home, fruit trees. stables windmill and tank, water throughout __ I ; material and workmanship guaranteed. -
Jaralshed If desired. Ring phone 771 could not be SALE.-lmpr07e'd and unimproved Please give me a call. 120
of all house, everythIng convenient and new, not far from car line. The house and improvements FOR I
Or' call at 114 E. Belmont St 2feblm QUICK solicited DELIVERY-H-.ulIng moving of furniturea duplicated for the price.....,...... .. .'. .. '.. .. ..' ., .. ... ........ .... ..,. ..:. .... .$2500.00 property in all parts of the city.J. .I E. Government street. Phone 1086. 1
'A TTED.--=-Real Estate fiileor kinds ; Transfer Co. 506 East Jackson street two story 8 rocm and hall house, bath, gas a delightful home and good neigh A. Wilson & Co, Real Estate Agents,I :27janlmTHE
Hill *
rent lea d exchange.- Your bust.tl'SS specialty.Phone East 454; office Phono. borhood; lot 93 ft. by 150 .::.,....s<.... .. .. '.. .. .. .. .. -.. .. ............ ',... ..... .... ........$350000A Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO.
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson Residence- 14janlm five room and kitchen ,cottage'on Little Bayou fronting on the water: lot 100 ft. by 140 ft. deep, barn 172. 23Jan I wholesale and retail manufacturers -
Real Estate Agent 22 H W. Gov- 918. and IS bearing fruit trees, 80 ft. wharf running out int the water. The houae has been newly painted and __ and dealers: in cotton mattresses and

mnent street Room 1, Salisbury WANTED-TO buy old gold and silver papered, and wool work grainedon inside, house sits on bluff about 20 ft. high, small sail boat and row boat FOR RENTFOR I bed springs. Second hand furniture 1

) Udlng, Phone 173. 23jan broken 'Up stuff regardless of go with house, J.r'car line This place Is very .oheap at. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .. .... ..$1500.00 bought and sold. Upholstering and repairing -
\ sizes. Cash pad LIgntman & Klein 5 room and hall house with 6 lots on the southwest corner Wagner and ""C"( streetS, a fine 'garden, RENT-Two story residence: a specialty114 E. Belmont

}"ED-Positlon lajj' as stenographer lOG E. Wright. lfeb stable and outhouses. This is one of the highest! points In the city has view 'of the bay.. .. .. .. $1000.00 with all modern conveniences, corner St. city. Phone 771 C. T. Davis,
experience. Good refer- :3 lots on Strong street between 10th -and 11th avenues. This property very cheap at. .. .. $650.00 Spring and Strong Sts, Apply C.. Mgr. 17Janlm
If'norC'eS. Address. L. M.. care JournaL 3 lots on the south side'of Cervantes street between 8th and 9th avenues. 120 ft. front by 137 ft. 6 inches H. Turner. Sfeb. FLOWERS-Orders promptly

deep. We defy'you to find three cheaper lots In this section than at.... u _, ., ..... ,u .. .. ... ..$650.00 I CUT carnations flowers
I RENT.-Elegant Z story 8-room filled for ros s.
W.XTEDour Best 2 lots 60 ft. front on the southwest corner Barcelona' and Gonzalez streets, very select neighbor. FOR kinds. Miss: Berti
work. of
mate-ja1 used; repair work guaranteed: hood.. .. .... .. .... .. .. <.... ... .. .. .. .. .. '.. .. .. ............ .... ...., .... .... ....$1500.00 cottage at 318 Ingrahanf West Belmont Star St Laun-Apply I and Smith.designs 616 N" Barcelona all Phone 65L 'r
'ork called for and delivered. Ring 6 lots 150 ft. on DeSoto. by ISO ft on Reus. southwest corner of street: if sold in the next few to Walker I I.

Phone 1210. L. H. Pesbon. Shoe- days.... .. .... .... .. .. .... .. F. .. -.. .. .. .. .. .. ............ .... .... .... .... ...$2500.00 dry. 2SJau TAILORING-B. I.. Diamond, Tailor.Gents' .
"aker and Repairer, S. W. corner Bay- 5 lots on the northeast corner,Strong and Reus 125 ft.on Strong by 150, ft.deep on us.$250000 FOR RENT.-Elegant two story stord I clothing: cleaned pressed and
J en and Intendgncla Sts. 6feb2w MONEY at the lowest market rate 0 Interest on improved or vacant city 'property. room In new Star Laundry building I repaired on short notice. No. 11V
St., Penaacola, Fla.
E. Garden street Apply Walker In- West Government

W.\NTED.-AU kinds of electrical graham Star Laundry._ 22dJ .i Idee. t .

*ork I sell all kinds of electrical 'FRANCES The Fisher Real Estate ,Agency, A. R. iGHIbas storage room I J." TipoRTERs&itmaker.716Souts: t t1

oattrle[ .and .other electrical'supplies. rent suitable for furniture or other Palafox street. Orders taken for
When you need me ring 345' 'or 955. ,Phon 87., 2O9 South Palafox. : goods 104 and 106;South Tarragona I tents; awnings camp stools and house
E. W build- MuEnaOU Nrva MHOS.NHU.AU. Prices reasonable. Jlj&a, -'
Peake. new Star Laundry St. Phone 630 ; 20nov cots, etc.
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,I I ISuspenders PEI5.GOU IS M. ESTATE H: ki I I S, I I i I McMillan-- Bros."Co. Cash' C, unts1and 1

TRANSFERSFollowing >
THE OLDEST especially does it count ,good and strong just after

:: That Don't Keep V you' 'are:burned out. If you are insured with na' *-

: ;will '$et a, fair adjustment. .and prompt paym nt. Ve
\ \ 'represent large number of the strongest
: : YOtinSiSpeflSe. is a list of the real estate BUck took at the bott1. MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. :the iworld.KnowlcsBros.a.. company m

CITYNotwithstanding transfers recorded yesterday, .reported V get acquainted withit
by the Pensacola Abstract
ura ct: ,
Co: ,call for it. Then., I

. I WANT AND YOU Elio Aylward and Anna Cosgroveto !:; | will have no. Fire. Ltfe Pensacola
E. A. Massey, E 150 ft. of N. % of you V -
. .i SHOULD INSIST ON I that St. Augus- Arpent lot '56. Old City, $1. j other. The most --

Thos. C. Watson to Louise S. How -

: HAVING. tine is Supposed to Bear lots 29 and 30. block 67',:. Belmont popular gin on the market i 'Savanna1-,Naval Ga.. 'Feb.Stores.12.-:..The naval. f -1 PEN8AOOX..a.. ;:: -

Tract, ,$400.
. because the best. Always J stores market closed today as follOwsWWfV : .1
This Distinction. J. A. Lyle to H. G, Dt-Silva. W:' 54 .
... 15
: 6
.. ,. ... ;. IronWorks Supply Coj
. . of the and
ft portion of Jot 354, S. of N. pleases, never disappoints.
,. WG.. .. .. .. .. ,. ......
. SUSPENDERS of 160 ft. of said lot, with the privilege Knocks out all weakness,. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..5.85M -I! Manufacturers: and Repairers
10 ft
From ocean to ocean and from the an alley wide through N. 160 .. .. .; .. ... .. .. .. .. ..5 35 4 V V MACHINERY AND BOILERS
Great Lakes to 'the Gulf the childrenof ft. Also E. 26 fU. fronting on Bay gives renewed strength t K.. .. .. ;. .. .. .. ... '..510 ,
. HAVE THE HOLD-UP generations long since past ':have of Pensacola by 85 ft depth of E. / I.. .. :.. .. .. ..' .... ..4 40 FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES ;
portion of lot 354 No. 1, vitality-and CO U RAG E. *" STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A ,
square .. .,3 85 SPECIALTY
QUALITIES COMBINED. been taught in the schools and at R.--.e" ,... .. .V.-
; ,
$2000. .IGoo. G.- .. .. '... .. :... ..3 45 Promptattention/ given to all orders,i day: or-sight Ageau 2
.. WITH NEATNESS AND their mother's knee, that St. Augus G. Croley to, M.: C. Lyle, E% ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT tj.1 1. ":.. ... t.:. .. ......... ...3 40 V for,James McKay. & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, aian Z

tine Fla, is. the oldest settlement on of lot 14' and W. 10 ft.of lot 16, Old E .. .. ..".. .. .. .. ... .. ..3 35 Chains of all descriptions. ;
:. NOVELTY. the North' American continent. In City, $1 and oth. r' vauable! consid "B.& B" Atlanta D .. .. .. .: .. .. ;. -.. ..3 35 Office Iho'w123. PHil. WITTMAN, Mgr, 5
legend' erations.A. .. .. ..335 ResIdence. Phone 1029. P. O. B.x t2i ?
. fact so persistently !has. this C ., V.V.' ., ,. V
; ,FIFTYCENTS. been repeated" 'that' 'it is accepted' A. Fisher to C. J. Hammitt. lots Spirits. ;, Turpentine, 66..cents.: U%= m:%u % % s:.

historicalfact. 9 and,.10. block 98,. West King.Tract.$11S. ; V --V -- ,."
without question now"is an -
Laxative Cough Syrupis
.. This, howe\er Is not the only] : The Original
J. J.. Bowes 'to J. D. Waters lotr: Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.
settle- ,
legend based upon the early I
ment of our country which ';has been and 10, block 77, West King Tract, Florida'and Alabama It expels all cold from the system by NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

. converted to the historians con vent-j: Belmont Numbering. JiOOO and other: k acting as a cathartic.on the bowels..
valuable considerations. LAND COMPANYManufacturers Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar Is

I The John White Store ence.In its quaintness, with oits narrow Geo P. Wentworth to Leslie E. a certain safe, and harmless cure for E. W. LAWKCHCC. Prrl.t r. N. 8 Witl R...... St. Phone

streets. its .gates. its sea wall and Brooks. lots 1 to 6. inclusive and 11 of colds, croup and whooping cough. -,------ V -- -V- _--_ __ __ 111-

Specialist In Men's w.arr its ancient cathedral.: St. Augustine is to 20 indusive. block 161. New City LUMBER and SAWED Dealers CYPRESS In SHIN. ............... ............................ A.
undoubtedly! the most unique city in Tract: Jl and other considerations.Benj. .- BIDS.WANTED. .
205-207 S. Palafnx Street. GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. V The City of Pensacola will! recein
i North .America but it is not the old Hilton to A. M.\ McMillan,

Phone 225.CH.AS.BLUM&CO. est city on this continent. This dis lots 3I.. 5. 6, 7. 11. 12. 16. 17. 18 -. -. -- to bids furnish until $Jwehe medicines o'clock for February the City 17 at I IAUSLEY 6 COMPANY

t : tinction belongs to Pensacola, Inasmuch -!, and 19. block 59, Sec. 28 T.2 S. R. 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2,TO JAPAN so much per prescription and for the I
f as well authenticated records:! ((30 W. King Tract $1 and other 'valuable Under enpenjr managementexception 1 ,
reveal the fact that _Pensacola was advantage Tall Tours Around the World I following surgical supplies' : .

I prior first settled to the in founding 1559. or of four St. Angus-years 3.45,6,7..8,11,12,16.11..18 A. M. McMilan to L. M. Dav.is.and lots 19 gram ADnual FRANK N.Oriental Free.C. CLARK,96 Cruise in Sway February, New.YorkSHIPPING fro"V the,Bichloride Prescriptions hundred. of each.Mercury: tablets! by |1- COMMISSION BROKERS, \i iI

tine. This first eettlament, made at .
I block 59. Sec. 28. T. 2 S.: R. 30V..
; Antiseptic gauze 2in. bandages
the instance of Charles V. of Spain .
bj a company of two hundred Spaniards West King Tract 'Jl.and other. considerations (roller) bthe dozen. *- I* II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA.
; ; lodoforni gauze: by the jar. .
under the leadership of Don
'Tristan Do Luna. was, however not)|| J.: W. Lusk to Helen Lewis.1pts 16. V lodoform: (powder) by'the ounce.

call d "Pensacola." but instead was 17, 18, 19 and 20, block 198 New City NEWSArrived. Adhesive plaster, one and two'inch,' f I .PriVate: Wires N. Y., N. 0., and Chicago j

; ( given the name Peurta d'Anchusi Tract $1000. by the roll (best ,quality). i ,

Some thirty, or to years be historically prior to this exact.settlement Startling But\ True. Carbolic Chloroform acid. by by the the pound pound.(squibb's) f' COTTON;STOCKS;GRAIN PRO VISIONS and BONDSJ .
People thg world over were horrified Pleamoor Br ss, Prest 2803 Mobileto !
1 in 1523:; the Spanish explorer PanfiloDe :Absorbent cotton, by the pound. i
from the on learning of the burning of 'a master. Compound catharic pills by the Ca
Narvaez penla-
Chicago theater in which six Neptune Ger ss Brink. 1221, West and Sold for CI
:4 sula of Florida to join the Spanish nearly hundred. I Bought on Margin or 'Investment. :
QTS.6 QIS. settlrmentg in Mexico, landed: on hundred people loot tbeir lives yet Hartl pool to the W. S. Keyser Co.' Diphtheria antitoxin, per thousand i af .
more than five times this number or Umberto I, Ital bk, Olivari. 766. j
4 a what beautiful is now strip called of Santa snow-white Rosa Island sand, over 3,000 people died from pneumonia Gno L to Rosasco Bros. units.:Tetanus- antitoxin. per cubic cen'r. I i Reference : .First! National 1:and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 1 Lia LiL

t.I separating Pensacola from the in Chicago during the same :year, Beatric. Am bktn, Casaveggio 1430 Two qt; fountain syringes, a piece. ......... .... ... .
I bay with scarcely a passing notice Everyone Rotterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co. Streptococcus antitoxin, per cubic .. .. ........o...............
\Jexfco-in reality.
open a sea
Chas. A. Jasper
of these. of Gilberg. Am sch ,
cases pneumonia resulted cent'r.
wall city of Nature's of Pensaco'a.building and to the protectthp shipping from cold and could have been 269, Pomaron to master. :Any supplies ordered and not included It.................................. .. ... ... ; a

.F laying at anchor in Pensacola prevented by the timely use otChatnberlalns Cleared. In the above list to be charged

ba)'. from the turbid billows of the I Cough Remedy: A great Pleamoor, Br S3, Prest. 2403. for for at the lowest market rate. !
great southern sea just beyond the! many who had every reason to fear Delagoa Bay, with 900'tons bunkercoal. V The Cit\ reserves the right to reject Heat and
; t I
cltj's gates. '! pneumonia have warded it off by theI t I any and all bids in whole or in Light !I a
( I I prompt use of this remedy. The following -I Sailed. part -
i (Ir It was on this i idand. and not on its
present sIte! that Peabacola was first I i is an instance of this' sort: Glenwoud, Bras. _, for IPomeron. V CHAS. II. BUSS a
I permanently founded. I Too much cannot b? said In' favor of 'Mayor.
r !I Chamberlain's Cough and
Beautiful Santa Rosa Island! Remedy especially VESSELS PORT.Steamship .
: : ..
517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. There, thj bridegroom Sea for colds and Inftu llza. I ORDER EASTERN STAR. The question of heat and hght concerns every tine 4
; JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Is coquetting with his bride. the I know that,it cured my daughter;'Lauraof a.AliCth. Regular meeting of Florida Chapter V .: 'The old way of wood and coal for heat, with their dust .

Shore; a severe cold, andI believe saved Dutch 'ss,' Mulda, 1298.!) Rot : .No: 14,. O. II S., 8' o'clock p. m., : and dirt has given away largely to gas for atingrand *
<- He decorates her sparkling brow with her life when she was threatened witn terdam to order.:, Tuesday, Feb. 13th.- The: Degree of : ., cooking.. Gas lor lighting produces a soft jet bright *
Sh 'ls. pneumonia." W. D. Wilcox, Logan Beta, Ger 'ss, Berg; 1019, Stettin to the, Order will be conferred. Jight that is not tiresome to the eyes. Will be glad to *

ENTERTAINMENTBy Then retires to see how fine she: New York. Sold by all druggists. Pensacola Lumber. Co. MRS. ELL BEYER. W. M.I tms er- any inquiry regarding gas for heating or libt .
,,1't looks, Eastlands, Br .si, Thomas 2001, 'MRS. ALICE WILSON._ SlC.V insPensacola. >. *.
And proud runs back to kiss her. Tampico i : 4
Y. M. C, A. Auxiliary.VALENTINE I The vicissitudes of Pensacola have THE Y. M. C. A. Gamma, Ger s*. Berg Funchal to NOTICE. 4
\\ S. & Co. 4V
Three-fourths of one
been and varied since its per .cent pen. 4
initial numerous settlement. The first Pensaco Tonight there will te valentine Graxla. Span ss, Ruiz. 2021. Clenfue- alty is' now added to all unpaid taxes.
PARTY social at tbe Young Men's Christian to Gulf Transit Co. Gas
la was abandoned after two years; gos Remeoer t&is t .when sending in the Company \
Association. The ladies'of the Br 2160 New
the second was burned; the third, sit- young Hatasu ss, Masguand amount.
auxiliary spent yesterday afternoon Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. .

i I Feb. 13, at 8 p. m. sands uated of as Santa it was Rosa on Island the unprotected, was destroyed decorating the building with smllax. Helsinberg. Swed"ss' ., Sciel, 1423, City J. C.Tax WHITING Collector. Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :\
and red hearts. There .
are hearts on Huera. 4.: .
I at Y. M. C..A. Building. .In by the a hurricane neighborhood; the of fourth the pres.situated the walls, hearts on the chandaliera, Kirkswood. Br sa.. Larson 2095.Lon- --- F.&A. M. ..................... ............................

t ent site of Fort Barrancas, overlook and there will be hearts everywhere don.Secunda A regular communication of ,
:Music, recitations. Basket ball game tonight.A Bras, Donnelson 1309
Pensacola Lodge No. 42 F. &
. I during intermission. ing was the also harbor abandoned entrance; and into the the fourth gulf, nice musical program will be.rendered -: Tenereiffe to The W. S. Keyser Co.Vlvina. (J,c A. M, will b<> held Thursofcy, : E. B. ACOST4 &_ CO. Prompt* delivery to any part of tin

L- Master Warren ':McGee the :roun was located on its site. by the orchestra and there w111be Span ss,; Bustinza 1t83.! Liverpool ., nrght. All members are requested /Icity. I II
1 est known club swinger, will give an Meanwhile the government of Pensa- other features including a basketball to Gulf Transit Co. to, be present; and visiting Mholesaleand' Retail Dealer In I omce and Tard-22 to 28 N. Tarr I

exhibition. cola was changel: by conquest and game an:! refreshments. Wermland, Swed ss, Anderson. 1473. brethren invited. By order of gona St, Pensacola Fla. Phone 361 I
4' Admission to basket ball dame 10 treaty during these vicissitudes of Admission is free and the public !Is Tampico to Pensacolaa Lumber So. T.; E. HARVEY, W. M.,

i cents. i istence no Jess than njne times ex- an invited.adult Children not admitted.unaccompanied. by Ship B. Solomon,. SoC} COAL WOOD AND ICE I

.Refreshments on sale at the cafe Spanish first; then French; Spanish a
during th Avon, Ital sMp! Avegno, 1601 Genoato ,J. I
; evening. second time; French again; Spanish Sot Lottery. -

; ....- --- a third time; French again; then Eng- The Best Physic. Rosasco Bros.Casanot'a. Decoa' De Good-It wn't do; It Report of the Condition of the
When you want a physic: that Is Ital bk, Avegno. 1069, $25REWARD
:.W .. .. ...* .. Hah; again Spanish; and finally, by mild and Genoa. won't do. We must not have games of
:; 2L'c the cession of Florida to the easy to take and certain -
chance at our church fairs. The Citizen's. National Bankat
to act. always use Chamberlain's I Elvira Port ship Rodriques, 1488,
PIANOS' AND States, in 1821 the governmetn of
Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale Lisbon to order. lain. De Good-But this is not a game
; r 'it! CASH OR EASY TERMS. Pensacola became stable and for all all of chance. Pensacola,

All Piano Work Guaranteed. % erne nenceforth. it will remain under by druggists."L I Baric "You propose to sell tickets and girt IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, >T
.T CLUTTER & RUSHING, f the protecting folds of Old Glory. I ,
; 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. The faith of some have been the ESCAMBII Adele. Swed bk, Janse, 596, Havana. pr'zes"Oh.' :- THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS

t .. PHONE 476.Men's predominant religion of Pensacohans, OYSTER'DEPOT.. Due Cuigini. Ital bk Olivari. 1258 no; you are mistaken. We shall JANUARY 29. 1906.

* I and the feast days and periods of fast. Phone 1210. Genoa to'order.. tell the tickets. of course but we cntV

,. *.. *' -r. $- <$. *<$. ing peculiar to the Catholic churca Gudny. Nor bk... Saanum,. 821, Ham give any prizes. you know, because we
I r -. ..... __ _. have always been closely observeJ Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Escam- burg to master. h Teo.t any to give. There Is no chaD Resources.
.here, hence, the celebration of the bia Oysters at reasonable, prices. KHleeaa, Dan. bk, Pedersen 765.V about 1t.-Oew York Weekly. Loans and discounts' .... .... I \\11
IT--I OrerdrAfts, secured and unsecured -
: Roman festival of Mardi Gras-the C. Tabarras .. .... l1j'1i & Co.COFFEE
$ season of mirth and folly: immediatelyprecedin'g Pedro Lacave 'Span. bk, Maristang, Heavy Wedding nines. U. 8.bond. to secure circulation. 2 5.oO. -i
509; Savannah to Rix M. Robinson. U. 8.Bondgonhmd............ 1.1'{'<
the Lenten season of sackcloth There are some heavy old wedding Premiums U.8. bond........ L
t : I and ashes-is peculiarly fitting: V Providenza. Ital bk, Olrese. 11S5, rings at' Kirk! Braddan, in the Isle of Bonds, securities etc............. l., lU
LYoun to Pensacola. Tonio. Ital bk. Tonmo. 1032. Genoa. Banking House Furniture and
Man, each be when the
as might handy
... l.tooW
Genoa to master. fixture
t: : I Seven years ago the first serious! I flustered
Thomas, Ital bk, Lano, $03, Naples bridegroom loses the rip5. Due from ational
celebratioa of Mardi Gras in Ponsa- Banks (not reserve
} \ Schooners. Leaning aja st the north wall *re S4. I
cola undertaken Agents) -
: was by the Pensa-
/ Horatio I.. Baker. Am sen some very ancient rings of stone Due from State banks ._
4 4I1
'cola Carnival Association. an organization And banker. ...........__.,)IillII(
: Si) profoundly secret in its We are tbe Pioneer 720 Lagua to !. '\. Merntt & Co. through which. In days of long ago WARRANT for the 'arrest:of this wo Due from approved re- ,

work that no member is permitted to Coffee Roasters of Barkent nes. before the Jewelers' windows glistenej: man. She Js"about 26 years of age.!1!I I serve agents! .... SI 851.;
Checks and other cash
divulge to the uninitiated outside Caroline Koch Dan bktn, Holm, with,.wi'ddingriIigs at all prices the weighs 135 pounds, thick dark hair.i.I Items .... iVd41s.

} world the Identity of his brothers, West Florida. Fort de France to McKenzie Oerting bride said and bridegroom Joined bands, It high forehead, brown 'eyes, five feet .Note.ofotherNatlon.al ..' i. '..MFraetion.1 CO

]} t therefore no one; knows, save the &. Co. Is and were wedded. high wears No. 6 shoes, teeth paper cur
anointed ones, where the funds come upper 'rency. nickels and
l' f --- -- '-- gold filled and'x>oe uo\\-nedtooth. She cents. ;!II&i
from for the creation of the
magnificent Me HUG HI'S BLENDShave Laweca MOSEY RJcHpecle -
Suits !, pageants and other amusements: V Sick :Headache. i has long fingers with round nails. 8&1'S Jf &sa.via;

i;tl : which go to make Pensacola's Mardi This distressing aim! nt..r results! Marine Grocery Co. Plump of"figure and' fairly pretty. Her Legal .155- I1&M2&5!

Gras celebrations such carnivals of from a i mirth and: merr'makn'g.For no equal. A trial! stomacn. All that. is needed to effect! 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St. name she has possibly assumed. Redemption. fund withU.
,:"' .. The\joung man- of 13 to two days .in every year, fun, will convince the connoisseur a cure is a dose or two of Chamber: Phone 725. of circulation 8 Treasurer)...(51............... 1.ijII: '"
" 19 is apt to be hard frolic and frivolous amusements run lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. In Wire sheriff it 'DeFunf k Springs -
Tj4 ynars riot in P !lsacola. that V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE Florida $25.00 reward for the Total........... ............., r.. ..f2I 5
. to ftt. He wants styles we fact, the attack may be warded off, or ; child
'J that are newest and If The Luna phase which decrrees tae make greatly lessened In severity, by taking Fisher Monroe Douglas This woman Liabilities.!
=-r: thereis a dash of extreme date of Mardi Gras. occurs this rear extravagant.V a dose of these Tablets as soon as Florenca Wood kidnapped him from .I Capital stock paid in....... $ I leLC' J
In cut or pattern so much on February 26 and 27. claims. -V the first symptoms of an attack ap- HOME'OF GOOD THINGS TO I Surplus fund.............. .!SQI
1.,1 the better. We well Sold by all druggists. EAT. Freeport. Fla. on the night of Septerri..I!I Undivided profits less expenses
able to fit out young are men No Case of Pneumonia on Record I' pears. Just Received: ber 6th 1905. The child Is 6 years' old, National and taxes bank paid notes...outstanding.... 1J......

Iftj, ;I from $7.50 to $1500 We do not know of a single instance Wholesale a'ld''Retal Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch fair skin, light hair, has upper' fore j Due to other National

, ". worth more from others where a cough or cold resulted in j CREW NOTICE.a. .50 ,kl.tJ.t. fancy Mackerel $i.s per teeth rotted off: very plump weight', bank..5 2,631:2S!!
Due banks and
'I to State
but our prices are always pneumonia' consumplon when Fe-RetailGROCERS Neither the captain,owners kit. ,about 50 pounds: very bright child. I i tankers .. 14.18118
!rrp. close to what they cost lev's Honey and Tar had been taken.It nor consignees of the 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit. Expenses paid both__ways deliveringchild ,Die to Trust Gompa-
us cures coughs and colds perfectly so Spanish bk Pedro Lacava SQIkits; halibut fins. 11.25 per kit. to GeFuniak Springs Fla., In.addition I mea Mid. barings.
-no bad debts to lose Bank.... ....: ._ 53500
! do noi take chances with kits of Cod Tongues to the $25 reward. _....
+ iU; you know. How abouta some Unknown will be responsible for'debts 50 and Sounds Dividend* Unp-id 2.5MOQ.
fine Stetson preparation which may contain all!! kinds of Feed V .contracted by the crew of $125 per kit.Bloaters. -: 11. A. DOUGLAS; i Individual deposits subeet --
! Derby Which Milker and V Father of the I ] to cheek...-.. 502.121 '7 2
opiates. .
's only Z.50. cause constipation, Stuffs.Pluto said vesseL Roes. Herring child Certified Cheeks.. 1,0V00
a condition that retards recovery froma 'MARISTANG. Codfish Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickles! DeFunlak Springs Fla. Caahier'n eht-cks outstanding M
co1A: k for Foley's Honey and RIX M. ROBINSON. 'Captain. German Sauer Krout. 242:>>- MO! :J1'--

Tar and refuse any substitute offered. '.' Consignee.CREW. Pigs Feet In kits. 100. I Total I- ,..*.M8S)
. W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist and I WaterWholesale V Maaewal and Lange's Fruit Cake. NOTICEWe
apothecary.To National Biscuit Co's Fruit i STATE OF FLORIDA.}
Cake. ZScpetpeiln&
; NOTICE. . COL.XTT rscAXBi. J r alI

I j i H. 0. ANSON Members of Local I No. 74. I Notice. is hereby given W. handle. the.celebrated blendsof, have secured the Services of E. .I named I. K M bank. Bushnell.do solemnly es'hier swear of the tbalf.j*th"

A special meeting of Local No. 74,I 'and 'Ritail.V a that neither ths- master toffee roasted'by the Gulf City Coffee M. Williams, of Atlanta who_ {ia an expert -I above statement Is true to the 111I '

Carpenters and Joiners of America, owners nor consignees of Co., H. P. Chipman. ManageOaxaca electrician,, and we are now bet I knowledge and belief.B.. X.B ELLI
: CASH CLOTHIER will be held Monday night, February I I the British steamship Glen: : 35c: lb; Gold Standard. 25c ter prepared than ever to do all kindsof I Cable*!*
19. at 7:30 o' .V JAS. M. JOHNSON. I for any debts contracted by the crew Bio 20c'lb. Ring phone 570 and our' representative I day of February 15)6.. M. MORE.NO.!:

Corner Palafoz! and Main. President; Jas. M of said vessel. ; Strictly fresh roasted and as good will call on :you. Estimates furnished I. hotarF :
P. O. 'ANDREWS, Hugh V RICHARD. as any Coffee! sold In this city on all }kinds of work.. Correct.Attest:
t J. A. JIERRITT'& CO, Master.\ Send' orders and L.HlTOKfHMBtJ
Secretary ISfeblw
Phone 105. i V : Director
Proprietor. Consignees. BIX Mr KOBIMWS.J
l1verproptI7.' V 205 S. Baylen avPensacola: Fla, ilOBBia BtAK.AGE )
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