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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 14, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Practically) Entire Tims.:*' l 'ifif-'$ 7f Z ?I'laMi', Count Boni Has Long Conferenc With

I* COAST DEFENSE'i

of f the Senate Yesterday i?*iSQUADRON% FOR GULF SAILS PORTS. dF or.. Wife's Lawyers Over Financial PRESIDENT. CONSIDERS Estimated that a Year Will Be Re.


I I i By Associated.----- Press. rf Matters Pending Suit. )I IBy NAVAL APPROPRIATION quired to Complete Entire -

:: Charleston S. C., Feb., 13.- \Work.McLliM
:r The coast defense squadron, *: -- .
HEWED ARGUMENT 1 I' consisting of the battleship 1I ? Associated Press. within the statute but avoiding alle- TALKS OVER MATTER WITH CHAIRMAN FOSS AND EXPRESSES IN-

i I : Texas and the monitors Florida Paris Feb. 13.-Count ''Boni De gations of a scandalous nature. TEREST I IN' UPBUILDING OF THE NAVY-HOUSE DISPOSED
I s Arkansas and Nevada, under However, the conferences are not CRITICISED
; commana' of Rear Admiral tx Castellane had a long conference today CURTAIL APPROPRIATIONS FOR ENSUING YEAR.
of reconcllation all
for. the as
17.: Dickins, sailed tc>iay for the purpose
In House Over Fortification Ap ,'i': gulf, where the ,vessels will be with lawyers of the countess his concerned including the count and '
distributed among the various % wife. This Is one of the several meetIngs countess and their lawyers appear to By Associated Press. Foss that a strong disposition existedIn

p propriations.LAX *. ports for the Mardi Gras festiv- at which the two parties concerned recognize the futility of any further Washington D. C., Feb. 13.-Some I the House to curtail appropriations Unjustly for Failure to Give .Out(
z lUes.S ;x consideration for the ensuing year and that it prob--
given the -
have carefully gone over the financial attempt to reunite the family. was by president ably would require conskterable effort Figures Received.
'
t: H iI features of the case with a viewof The court has awarded,the countess to-day to the annual naval appropriation .I to secure thE enactment of lagislation .
METHOD OF EXPENDITURE for the next! fiscal year. He authorizing the constructionof
determining the exact form of fu. temporary custody of the children and
had a talk with Chairman Foss, of additional war vessels... The naval
OF PUBLIC MONEYS AND LOCA ture procedure and ultimate decree.In by order of the court the j count Is ej- the House' Committee Naval Affairs appropriations bill his year it.is. un- RETURNS NOT PUBLIC PROPEft?

the meantime the countess's bill clutfed from the house separate domeicileg [ regarding the matter and expressed -derstood will provide for the construction UNTIL '
TION FOR NAVAL STATION IN' FIGURES ARE COM P.LETED -
MUCH DAMAGE BY of complaint is being prepared but has being awarded. his interest in the upbuilding of a least one big ship 'and

PHILIPPINES THE PRINCIPAL not yet been, filed as :its form will de- Count Bon expresses to his friends I of the navy. He learned from Mr.OF perhaps soma !smaller ones.ENJOYABLE | NO ADDITIONAL CLERICAU

SUBJECTS OF DISCUSSION OUR pend on the pending conference over his deep desolation over the affair FORCE ALLOWED IN COM PILA.
financial affairs. If these reach satisfactory asserts hia continued affection for his

JiNG SESSION.By ERUPTION 0 OF f adjustment the countess's"bill wife and children pays the fullest AR C H ITECTURAl WAS TION OF WORK-ESCAMBIA' CO{

of complaint will likely be materially tribute to tie wifely loyalty of the RETURNS DESTROYED BY. FIRE/ :

modified: so as to contain only incompatibility countess and does not;.intend, to file a

Washington Associated.Press.Feb. .-Aside from of temper or other grounds cross bill. Special 1 to The Journal. 1

ti. :ime required for the transaction!I VESUVIUS DRAWING AfFAIR my.MJ.1 v. Tallahassee Feb. 13.Jonsi.d&rabl:

of rouune business: the entire sessiou Warring Interests adverse comment seems to have been "
I Copper
ot ne senaate today was devoted to | I excited in certain quarters by the refusal -

amendments to the shipping bilL Tae of the Hon. B. B. McLfai, canal"

r.m-ipai: features of the measure,were; Rapidly{ Flowing Streams of Lava of Butte are Now ailreacelDy \ CITY HAll A.Yale : missioner o5 agriculture to make pjrt.;

m cussed( and Mr. Gallmser was con lie the state emus returns. :

a..al1U) oa guard ia support of the Destroying Everything in Associated Press means that, peace has come to the war It has been contended by some ot/>/

Gn. I Their Course. Butte Montana Feb.' 13.ArthurC. fug copper Interests. ': Butte. The 1 Mr. McLin's critics that these i-etsIran(
Bacon offered an amendment' tine Was Given There area "public recora'," ''and that. aa:
jlr. I Carson today took possession: of all transaction involves many million: Is Now on Display at 'the Store of Party ,
IItrlll..ng out sections 1, 2, 3 and .4 of .. -.- but intimation of the such, the public is justified In.demanding
mines dollars no
and mining property of F. Au-
eliminating practically: ail Sol Cahn. & Last Night by the.Ladies'Auxiliary. access to tlrem.
Ill!: om By Associated Press. gustus Heintz and the United Copper amount has been received from official CDBuildingHandsome .
ie4''uica except proriswns.tor ad luaioii I Naples Feb. 13.-The Mount Vesuvius The commissioner however hold. :
Company In 'the:Silver ;Bow county sources. The properties haven
service 01 tne UmteU I One. that these census, returns, are not a
public record until completed, andj,
the auiL-udnitnts will te vot
;'.L ea proportions. Amalgamated Copper Company. This Amalgamated Copper:
that in their present condition he baa
vIl W.rtotlUW. The funicular railway track'haS been
cu .1 The valentine social given last night
r Pensacolians were treated to the nothing to give out.
'
damaged at six points and the principal by the Ladies Auxiliary at the.Young
FORTIFICATIONS BILL '' station is threatened! with destruc-I Two Killed and Five Injuredin first glimpse of their new city hall Men's:: Christian Association was a As a matter of fact, a large num.

ArtuUtU IN diE HOUSE tion. An, effort is being made to save jjesterday, when a drawing of the same success from every standpoint. The her of the returns from the several

the station by the construction of a I Collision on the L. arid N. was placed on exhibition at the store decorations were beautiful and the counties back to the of the enumerators state have. for bean correction sent ,

Washington Feb. 13.-Tne lortlUca- thickwall of masonry reinforced by of Sol. Cahn & Co., and which was admired program was enjoyed by a large: number J while from three counties
-Dado
appropriation bill beta the alien- embankments, sand. I ,
don of people.
by all who passed. Orange and Escambia ;
-no returns
the Streams of lava are flowing with I By Associated Press. left Nashville at 3 follows
uoii ut tau House today and vas |p this: morning The program was a : whatever have been '
teat tor considerable: heated argument conskxtrable\ rapidity destroying Louisville,. Feb. '13.In: a collisionon I'o'clock and a. .local "psJaenger train The' drawing. was .made by W. C. Instrumental quartette Misses Under circumstances received.uch as these, !3,$1

everything in their course. The authorities the Louisville: & .Nashville railroaj which left Cincinnati: at 3:40 this! af Ausfeld. of Montgomery who 'was se- Grant Walker and Messrs. Diaz.
lax methods in.tae r
,
first over it Is obviously -impossible: for Com
near Maurice station. Kentucky this two f'
killed
ternoon employees were:
are taking precautions to
exptjaditure ol public, moneys; and afternoon between .the train which I and, five injured.Minersl lected by the committee to draw the Vocal Solo-Miss MacClay. missioner MeLfa to give out any com "
prevent loss of life.
second, over .the location: of the pro- I plans and if it Is constructed accord- Reading Miss Houlette; piete or satisfactory data: as' to thf t.t,&.
Vocal Solo-:Miss, ,Burrows. population, or industries of the state.It ;
Hosed fifteen million dollar! naval sta. ing to the design i now on exhibition .
DEPUTY RETURNS Scale Committee Instrumental Solo-- :Misses Grant, Is estimated: that a year will be required t y
tor the Pensacola will have handsome
uon Philippines. a municipal -
Walker and :Messrs. Diaz.The to complete the entire census. 41,

Mr. Smith, of Iowa who is in FROM TRIP Considers the New Scale building.. basket ball game between the This. Is partly due to the fact that the !it

caarg of the fortification bill, advanced The building Is to be three stories Reds and Blues showed some good ma- commissioner has been supplied with Jt

LKIdea: of vitalizing ten of the *n height with an ornamental front trial and fast individual work that no additional clerical assistance and f.

ccanmue-js of the house charged with TURNED NEGRO MURDERER OVER By Associated Press. upthe demands to be presented to the and with two towers one on the south will develop under good training Into that the entire work, of compilation ,J!!.

supervision of expenditures lathe "arOUI I New York, Feb. 13.-The special operators at. the conference on Thurs- side and: the'other on the north side. good team work and the associationis and revision devolves upoa the agrl) :t

> ;;V'-rnment departments. He TO TEXAS AUTHORITIES- scale committee of the Anthracite day. President Mitchell and other It will face'the plaza, and will occupya sure of a good team to support. its cultural clerk of the. department r

,iivocited: an amendment to the rules NEGRO IDENTIFIED. Mine Workers numbering 36 men, members of the committee remain silent large portion of the space on Jefferson future. In spite of all this Commission ; ,1'

which will: compel reports from these held Its first; meeting since coming to as to the exact nature of the dd- street between Church and Zar- During the intermission Master War- McLin Is making every effort to gall apt tat

..omnuiiet-b: annually, these reports to New York tonight at which it took wand< to be made. ragossa streets. raa Magee the seven year old son of the population returns In shape for .a,'w F:

oo the result of investigation regarding I Deputy Sheriff Nicholson who let Mr. Mao, the associations' physical publication and these returns will: ;a,!

government expenditures. 'here several days since for Jackson director gave an exhibition of Indan! 100 made public as soon as they can

urged J this as a preventative of "bur I tMlss.i returned to the city yesterday cE \ club swinging that delighted the audi- be revised and corrected. t1 '

eaucracy towards which! he saw a His mission was to take into custody III .:, .4 ence. So far as.! Escambia county Is con J i" '

present tendency. 'aaa! deliver to the Texas' authoritiesthe Refreshments were served In the corned: the destruction of the return? '

negro. whom beriff Van Pelt located cafe by the young ladles who were by fire necessitates the repetition of ;:
I ;:/7\\ the and it Is much to ai :
MAY AGREE ON THERAILROAD a few days since. ( attractively gowned.in white and be- work be hoped I 'j
r : that the next legislature will to : :
I The negro Is wanted in Texas for decked with red hearts. see

RATE BILL the murder ofa, very prominent young Z t 'l 1 p J Boys Department Reception.The the enumerator is ad It'I I-Itbat =
:
compensated for the additional /
Washington, F'eb. 13.-There were white man and the authorities have ,, social committee of the junior ; J
fil'' department have arranged for a raceptlon thrust upon him through no fault
!M.cation3 at the been for him for a or / ( nt
year
today's meeting of searching
g// / bVoE for the junior
/Jf/l/ to be given his own.
Senate: Committee on Interstate Com- more. The Escambla county sheriff "" members of the association! and their: I .
_ _ .
located the man'' and caused .1 '
owce that an amendment would be recently det'er' young lady friends on Friday evenln
'his there being a reward offered w w 'rwe. l musical and I I 1::1'
proposed! tomorrow on which the sup- arrest I / February 16, at 7:30A) JNO. A. McCALL !
I for him. Owing to other business literary program will be rendered after -!
Porters of the court review featureof Sheriff! Van (Pelt was unable to .i (\ which there will be a game of bas! t
the railroad rate legislation aaayiree. make the trip to Jackson where the r 1\ ket ball in the gymnasium.SHOOTING AT DEATH'S DOOR. ,

Tne phraseology of the amendment negro: was held but sent Deputy ,11"/1'4&"/ : 1 }.
In the meantime hs f.
Nicholson. t! t
has not been determined but it 1 1S1
Jg
Texas authorities had been notified
may be decided upon at a conferenceof and met the deputy there, when the ; l qll't .tcrea. ,, AFFRAY By Associated Press. : !i. ,
vM.&e TJK J '' New York, Feb. 13. The last rite }r.
.
Senators Elkins: Aldrich and one ortwo prisoner was turned over. .t"" ""' __ -
the Nicholson reached the city ..'A r6.,7.nr&, BETWEEN CUBANS of the Roman Catholic church were : ; r.
others who are opposed to Deputy :
administered to Jno.< A. )McCall form 'ji j
and reported' that ha had
Mi! as it stands. yesterday ) ;r / er president of the New< York Life Insurance
in a most courteous man-
been treated Co. at Lakewood, N. J., where 'i,.
all of the officials. The negro cw
ner 'by .1 THREE SHOTS WERE FIRED AT he has been 111 lor some time. His con. i; (' i
thre Texas sheriffas
BIG BLIZZARD was identified by : \ dition is such that his family has been ; "
the man who was wanted. >- THE CORNER OF GOVERN. advised to prepare for the worst. : .;

IN WISCONSIN / ,. i 1 MENT AND TARRAGONA .I".

APPEAL FOR THESTARVING JAPS (; r. J ,. STREETS. GRAVES LEAVES :f 1.


WORST STORM OF YEARS DEMORALIZES ATLANTA NEWS !
Considerable excitement was created '<.
RAILROAD AND TELE- near the corner of Governmnt and! .i ;; .

By Associated Press. Tarragona streets last night when! .
GRAPH Associated Press
LINES. Feb. 13.-President the! By
Washington. : In quarrel
two Cubans engaged a "
Atlanta, Feb. 13.-John Tempi '.
Roosevelt today took'official cognizance sequel of which is that both are-in .
Graves to-day resigned as editor ofThe'Atlanta t:
of the famln Northern Japan. jail one having fired -threa shots at:
Neva and all ligation between
By Associated Press. In an appeal to the American people the other the bullets all going wide,of, him and Chules Daniel, business
the
Milwaukee! Wis. Feb. 13.--TTies Issued: this afternoon president sufferers lv'-haw their mark. i manager. of the paper and others r '
to
contributions
"* requests that The mn under arrest are Eugenia
has been
blizzard In Is OML ; tismis&ad.
raging over
forwarded
years should be ,
of thefamine Romania alias James Adams: and
W'tronsa: tonight. Train service is to the American National Red Dominick Reuer. It is alleged that MRS. IDA DILLENS

detorauzf'd and telegraph and tele- Cross Society. the two engaged In a fight at the cbr- DIED YESTERDAY. I l
Pflontompanies are suffering severe- r cr>r of Government and, .Tarragona v

". A i Appleton all roads are block- BIG BOND ISSUE Y NI streets and that the former drew a Mrs. Ida Dillens who hail been ill
ta I revolver and fired at his antagonist for the pan three weeks expired yea
Pt
Two
feet of gnow has fallen at /Th i ,-, L' Three shots were firal I l.. but .all went' terday morning at 10:5 o'clock at head .
Janesvti'.e. BY TELEPHONE 0 ( i wide of their mark. One of the bullets home.. No. 305 East Zarragoosa street.;
l however entered the. saloon of She was surrounded by a large oum,
LWTHER 1 -y J o'FjA Joe Roth and caused consternation ber of friends and acquaintances when, '
SPEAKER
OF
among several men who ware stand- death!! arrived. .11I'
HOUSE OF COMMONSBy By Associated Press. I ing at the bar. The deceased bad reached the ap -
New York Feb. 13.-The official an- kReuer also caused considerable excitement of 49 years sand! had resided in this!
Associated Press nouncement was made today of the 'by rushing through the bar city for a long period.

,J"'?danFeb.. 13.-James William Issue of one hundred million dollarsof room and seeking a Aiding place. The The remains will be placed .at rest{ frv. -
*?,.'th! r was to-day unnimously re- gold bonds by the 'Ainericaji Teleiphone .- PUNISHMENT TO FJT THE. CRIME .. : police soon had both of the mon ender this afternoon. The serv4cru will be '
ti "", a speaker of the House of Cornnon and Telegraph! Oompaay. J. awes.. Romania claimed that conducted at Christ church at lt
and the House adjourned until P. 'Morgan & Company head the syn THE MAN WITH THE MTKAP HONE THIS, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IS THr MAWHO. .INVENTED he had not fired any shots. and,no'.ro I o'clock and. the Interment will .b e tei 11
morrow without any dicate, that will finance and float this ' : : volyer-waa. lased-VP.01LJ11.1'.eqE'j e_ _.!
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t I BY LONG DISTANCE .11 of: '
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cursor ; ? Special l to''The JournaL Special to The Journal. <
I This Pine Barren, Feb. 13.-Mrs. L. E. the StomachNothing
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I ness.
: BluftV ReY.
I | BY JAMES HOWARD | Spriags: ;, Feb. 12.-- Nobles, of Pensacola, district secretary -
. serious. )' filled his resu'ar Missionary
of the Womans'. Foreign
1 Copyright. 1905, by P. C. Eastmcpt. |I It. yon can Pleasant Hill Baptist cflurch Society; Mrs. H: T. Strout, of Pol

H ** *** "' "a4 H 1 I great evening at 7:30. lard. Ala., and Mrs. J. B. Barrett.. of will cure indigestion that

4 : Rev. J. T. FHlingim t Monroeville Ala., were here Saturday doesn't digest the food, itself i and

"So you se some one had to stay at quently kept large sums" of-money In i Hood's I i Chapel!, near McDavid. I and;_done Sunday by representing tae Womans ths Board work( MIn ot- give the stomach .a perfect rest.

home came the voice over the wire, the house and the discharged coach Which has a large and attentive audience t.I Missions. In a very edifying: and en- Ycu can't reasonably expect that any
man must have known that there was : I Mrs. E. E. and: tertalni:, s way they presented tals;
t "and. telephoned Gertie Bryan that J I Cawthorn
; money In the safe that night. The domestics t' work stressing the obligation of weak stomach will regainits strength and
L not until tomorrow." Lula, in Peasacola:
;would come were
j: Tin Holland were out of the way; it wouldbe I I Christian womanhood in reference to get well, when it is compelled to do the
answered Gerald
and Friday.Rev
sorry an easy matter to one familiar with Morris I this great cause. They organized a
. ... "There was something I particularly the house to force an entrance and J. T. FilUnglm! was In W.o'. M. society with 16 members. full work that a sound stomach should do.

t wanted to say to you." overpower the weak girl. II (Form;rly of [ Ia.lasl SatFd y on buain :ss. The following!] were elected officers: You wouldn't expect 'a sick horse to get

. E "Welir provokingly. Under his breath he prayed that be Pure Old Rye : Miss Etta t \'lor went to- ) Mrs. J. O. Lawrence, president; Mrs. well when it is compelled to do a full day's

"Cannot I come out?** might not be too late but his fears I Wines. fpr a few' days visit ,.. Z. T. Wllliaoas Vice-president: ; Mrs.
Ml "No!" This with a little shriek. "It bad hold of him, and In spite' of the and friends. WV B. .Jernigan, carresponUag: sere- work every day of the week.
rapid rush through the cold night the Old Hickory mary and Mrs. Eva Perkins recording Your stomach must have rest.
t would not be proper. You see, I urn Mrs. ,
Meade Wilson came un
and Mrs. Dr. inlay treasurer -
secretary
perspiration stood out his fore- 12 W.
entirely alone." head. upon PENSCAOLA. A collection amounting to $18.80was But it ,isn't necessary to starve yourselfin

"Even the serranta-gone out?" he demanded. taken. The ladies bee are enthusiastic stomach.
Mr. Hooton. of Pensacola. order to rest
He bad hoped to see her at the your
.t t Bryan party that evening, and it was -- ---- with four doss and a and we hope much god Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is. a perfect digcs-
will! of
be I isied. The
stay
accomp
little
"I
Enid Allen a laugh.
k- gave the announcement that she would not over In Santa Rosa these ladles in our mdst! will ever bea tant. It will digest all of the food.you eat
, forgot to tell yon. The cook and the be there that bad led him to call up huntMr.
for a few days bird source of pleasant! mexory. It is
first girlwent on strike this afternoon. Enid on his early return from the Cat and Mrs. Will Bond and indeed refreshing to come in toucnwith regardless of the condition of your

They thought I could not get along dinner which bad preceded the dance. and ilr" and Mr James : such beautiful type of Chr>

without them and I let them go just He thought he nshcd: along that 1d children left'yesterday for i tiaa womanhood and culture.
4 Rat
;.. to show them that I could. Then the be would 'have asked her to be his rush Ga, where they.wlll -. | Mrs. C. L. Wiggins has about. recovered stomach.Kodol

t coachman*go t-drunk, and I had to dls- wife that ev ning. Now he wondered \ Mr. Boni and Mr. j from her recent Ilness.!

i, misa him." It be would find her lying mortally U te employed! there' by the Mr. W. A. Finlay spent Sunday In

"Why omt you- go to Mrs. Carter's wounded upon the floor. Had she.shot Mobile.:
r. for the-nIghtT' be suggested. the burglar she would have answer! .I Masters ,McKinnon and !: Mr. Tom Sowell and wife visited

t. '"Thereto awful lot of raouey In the The shot must have been meant. -for., field, or Quintet?, came ; the latter's motner in Pensacola: Sun. Dyspepsia CureFor

safe;** she answered. "I've got to stay her.: irornlnj: to visit their day.Mrs.

f here"and look after It. You see, father In less than twenty minutes.he.had <<>.r. Mr. Cowart, and other Jake Jernigan is up again, af Sour Stomach,
They returned heme ter a few days sickness. ; Indigestion, Dyspepsia,
: 'will need,It tomorrow and won't have covered the ten mlles'and stopped thecar .
-)!r. N. W. Nicholson: has not been Flatulence Headache Water Brash Belch. ,
f' time. to draW"lt when he gets back: before the big gates, of the park I ,
We 'Tegfet Jo state that one o doing well for the last few days. He
i here In which the Alien house sat. It ing of Gas Nausea Gastritis Heartburnand
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school.
in the public has been a great sufferer for more
.. :: **IIav& you any means of protec- would be better: he argued, to gain I .Uie Pritcheft Is on the sick than a year. all troubles arising from indigestion

tton?" neisied.Tve : access to the house quietly. Possibly: Mr. an<1Irs., W. T. Dick Dr. Finlay: : had a professional call to
and norvassimilation of! the food.
; got that revolver I used Incampr the assassin bad not yet lef f the place.It Hill Sunday to' see Dr. McDavid Sunday.

last' summer," she laughed. "I would take some time to( force even Safes! reference to Mrs. Dick. I had dyspepsia In Its worst form; was reduced

- gus :I can use that If burglars come." the safe. in falling health for some In weight to I 118 I pounds. After using two and one.

Tin glad of that be began, "butI There were lights In several of the Buy 'Mr. Bromley Is having very half bottles of Kodol I was completely.cured and re*

1 .wish"Tbworcame- rooms downstairs, and at the reajr,he with his photography. I I CRESTVIEWSpecial stored to my usual weight of 145 pounds.
the wire found a ,door unlocked and softly en Mr. Brockway is home again. J. LUTHER JOHNSON.
: : over a succes-
L' tered. The telephone, he knew. was Scarritt Mr. G. R. Stanton's mill is Clebume, Tex.
: .!ion tf4 wild- shrieks, the sound of a
. In the ball the second ,floor, and ; regularly.
heary fall, shot, shrieks, a on
a? more sec-
it onxL-crash.. and'then silence. thither be directed his steps, but as Agent.jou Mr. Gus Davis Is operating 1 to The Journal. KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

-4 he passed the library he saw .throughthe mill. Crestview Feb. 13.-Postmaster
Frantically he shouted Into the transmitter
-
open door a man stooping over the The gravel pt: employees are Richbourg of Laur!l Hill passed Dollar bottle holds 2 Makes' the Prepared at t e Lab- i
4; but no answer came nor could safe: apparently at work'on the com every day under the through en route to DeFuniak Springs I times as much as the StOffl JCh I oratory of E.C.IXjWiU .
h t hear asound. lie dashed the
a- re-
: Joins bere? Mr. Cletnmens. .
bination. Saturday returning Sunday.Mrs. trial or 60 cent size Sweet &Co.Chieago.U.S.A."The
; I- celrer upcc-tho book and rushed across it all came back the
W. J. Cawthon was among
L the the house coat he Before he could make a spring the '
'oOmtear1ng.o1r "
? Florala visitors to the Chautauqua at
I : I1'" been wearing over his evening figure started up, and Gerald found you"Just a little 16 Doctors DeFuaiak: Springs Saturday. 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar will be sent free on,
himself down the barrel of
looking
4 clothK.Eveala. a Mr. McKeilhera has been in town
4 k_ his terror and despair his dainty revolver-the very weapon he reassuringly."But how do .... the !last :few days attending business receipt of 2 cents in postage by addressing E. C. DeWitt & Co, Chicago

i. mind had acted quickly and he deter.mined' remembered" << having seen Enid use the guise? I .' case of connected 'With his new turpentine .
.
- to go out to Crestdiff. The Al- summer before In camp at Indian Is- "It l still here.
was a
;I iens bad a handsome country home on land, :the one she had told him she Mr. W. A. Richbourg spent Sunday -- --

4 the shoteof tbeIake. It was only tent would use for her protection.This shamefacedly. Eczema I ia Peasacola.
miles"front'the city and Holland knew man must have taken it from her body. and a great big IncubIs C. A. Davis, of Laurel Hill, was circulating -

t that he .make I ltn Unmindful of- the consequences, he floor toward me; among his many friends here
: co an automobile
made a leap and. caught at' the hand book at it and D. D. Prescription Sunday: BUGGIES AND WAGONS
quicker than i>e-conl ran toward me. : }1Ti. Campbell and Mis. Douglas, of
holding I I
theweapon.
ttation- .
five milesbeyond and have .
po.
and fired short visit '
Frat
Mrs. ?
my it Argyle paid a \
T I )cebelpsezit.t There was a flash, a report and a quickly. |
scared I did not Thursday en route from Pensacola
t L A twenty-four horsepower thuringLarwasinthestableattherearof light blow on the arm. Then came a
ing" you doubt It,read this letter home.
.,
the stinging sensation In the right arm. "But the man whose Integrity no Mr. Fred. A. Sweet of The Pensa- ...TO BE...

; house, with the tanks all filled In anticipation and Just as the blood running down isked.' i questlonwho la the leading f ,I cola! Journal was*on our streets yesterday .

of an'PsrJy! run In the morn- the !sleeve reddened'the band the burglar Toledo, O., v ,
"I fell off the : :
- ing. lie was glad now that he had with an entirely feminine shriek, Edition of The Pensacola ''Journal
bead_ .!against. a SOLD AT COST !
seen to it that the car was ready to dropped to the floor. r'r .7't and it is & hummer.
lr CO out. The soft hat feff*off,anil great mass- -'-_ All the new naval stores' businesses

In less taan,,Jrew-minutea be had es'of dark brown,hair, released from are moving along nioely and the following t

donned frrs a-leafliw, cap and goggles confinement,rri u t'J nJ&face. There summer promises to ba a

ftc! and wart aloas-the boulevard was water and spirits on the table, hummer in this line. We have a few fine buggies and wagons in
mill of the Scotch Manufacturing
The
-V as rapidly as be dared. Two and hastily tying his handkerchiefabout new Co., is .about finished and stock: which we are offering for sale at co t.
h1? miles out the city UnA.w.as..; passed. and hla.arm Gerald knelt beside the "
will soon be cutting about two oars ComeT and see them and get prices, or dropus
Le forced
i threw the leyer&vrer fo lhe highest limp figure and some brandy of lumber daily .
TtL! notch' and witQ a tremenidaus sport between her clinched lips. a postal and we will mail full particulars.

k?? the-big earSbO1dhea. In ,a moment she opened her<< eyes, BILL ''TO' ALLOW WOMENTO

;; J It'wt kmrym- bae Mr... Allen__fre- regardinghlmdreamny' :.. ""What, are VOTE IS DEFEATED .

T i ., .
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By Associated Press. PENSACOLA) BUGGY CO.

Columbus. 0., Feb. 13.-The House ,
ii to-day defeated the bill to give womn
the right to vote at local option elections -
by a vote of 65 to 50. 30 East Garden Street Pensacola, Fla.

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I -( G'v Toledo.0..Mareb 25. Why 5Iea: Wear )f..t. .H. .

: : ( Gentlemen D. D..CMc&JO.: I have Ill. long been The Gaulois of Paris has been Inve. ......,..................................... .....+
you a letter of gratitude for the tteattOff that crave: question. "Why do
E obtained from your wonderful men wear mustaches?' About 100
r\I\ D.IX. and I am doing so now with
of appreciation hoping that It IDa men answered the question. Six re i MARION CURRY & CO. I

fWiD'tti -s same It brought happiness to me.and relief to other I'ltei1"th t it was! too much trouble t> ..

a? Six years of intense sneering from s shave, one declared that It was to hide
; of eczema to be given no as his teeth, another that his long nose, T
, : Sf J rj doctors several of whom were : 16, 18, 20 MAKRESA STREET, :
; tsti. skin diseases, and then to have without Jt, save him a bad appearance

; -- ; ; finally medicine to procure for my absolute ailment without relief And three that It avoided colds. Three i PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. i

,,
; cure from a new remedy it others maintained that it improved the
-ti. G that justifies my action in : ar! they breathed, and seven were of _
to the public: and I feel that it i : L -WHOLESALE------- it
kW to give it as much publicity as the opinion that a mustache was necessary ;
other sufferers may be relieved. to' health. Seventeen men werei
goes out to those who have to go
I did. It was almost unendurable. I i I content to state that they did it to
t -' ,::t'k : THE BURGLAR 'was it a most painful disease but ; said
; : R4 : *_ HDfB SffBTTK. was horrible on my face and please themselves, while only two 1 Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs (
from home to the store and back it was to pease] their wives. About
for'awlille,and
'e to the telephone to,simply no place going of through amusement a daily or I l.elxty: gave the reason that women do ,
: -' : & scarcely endure. Worse than not like clean shaven men.
I "But bow to eating certain things .. i; : Only Exclqslve Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. t;
& from that would greatly
4 "Why I My hands and finger nails were The Office Dt -ntfled.A ; ; Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect tt
hanging around, I wore gloves all the time My '
old coat and most of the time so that I could Greek named! Epaminondas: wu Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. *
41 .and my ears and face had all the condemned: by his enemies to fill an office '
porch EO that a raw piece of steak. 208. p O. Box 661.
_
. ti : ___ __ __ ____ cL about they this embarrassment and paia and much beneath. him. which consisted o. _Telephone S ;

She opened entirely. go left place me.I desire I can and now call. cleaning the streets and clearirg; ..4.....+ft..-.......................+..........H4++*+
any my
away"refuse..
He declared that: newould
dainty house the attention that It should. '. J
will pronounce you beyond' make them see th-t not only

L ItH spite to! smile.of the" ) are. and advised leave your to seek established another and place: oes the task show what the man is B. L. HALL & CO

is it no wonder then that I but also be mac shows what the task -
took me for a this letter* WILL SELL FOR
you and j \\a, and he raised the office to a great SIXTY DAYS
you again wishing -
"That
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said rap continued success believe ma. : dymjty,teaching that no honest work FOUR FULL QUARTS
defensively."I grateful friend ( need degrade the worker but an hont"worker -
never ROBERT I t ...OF....
.* "(
the .
tertarMeithe. :: can dignIfy \ .ork.t
z.tferIc'be
claimed "and s beattata. but g*TODAY. NOW.t THE CROWN OF. BALTIMORE WHISKEY-
h'I I turned up so and Invest 100. It will .., |i ii t PURE RYE

guise. Well, i :, but an Investment la Ia.I To Merr.bera of Local I, No. 74. FOR $3.5O.
though I'm no A special meeting of Local No. 74,
to keep me WE PROVE IT. i I Carpenters and Joiners of America,
brandS'at
superseding old-fashioned cod liver oil and She looked I convince you we have will be held Monday night. February Other rock-bottom prices. You get }'out

.it ; .. *J-1--'* emulsions because, without a drop of oil or abe was dressln the D. D. D. Co., so that 19, at 7:30: o'clock. Bring due books. goods.the same day order is received. Give us a tnal

leN'lL from any skin d:sease, JAS. M. JOHNSON order B. U HALL & CO. na.i .
t': disagreeable feature it contains all the medicinal elements from the D. D. D. :Co.'s _- President. Qufnc>, .-

t of cod liver oil, actually taken from fresli cods' livers. a large free sample bottle P. .ANDREWS..; I,
4 the oil There / D. prescription! together .- Recording Secretary! ISfeblw .. ..+..+++ <.i......+..+..+.T.V.....V.V......+.* +*
t By our process having no value either as a medicine or An Irishman .
new pamphlrt on skn! j
1- food is separated from the medicinal elements and thrown, shop of a barb<- free advice on your I i DESIRABLE '
NOTICE ALWAYS
itf away. Unlike old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions being properly t from the world's greatest ...:. : .. -- ..

. Vinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to.the weakest stomach about half Pensaco'.a, FILe .Feb. 8, 1906.
called .to an HOOTON'S PHARMACY; 'It having come to our notice that I. : People coose for ourgroceries because they are nice aa* #

1- t and therefore unequaled as body builder and strength I was detained SAMPLE COUPON. certain parties are picking up drift I t fresh. When they send an order<< we respond quickly *na* t

4 I creator for old people, puny children, weak,,run-down men ber.had in the t (Mall this Promptly) limber on the beach Inside th! harbor,I II they tur is :W9rth taring. We study the needs and: wants of talL .

which was for sale, .
offering
and same contrary to i .
R and women, after sickness, and for all pulmodary.diSeases.-- master. As D. D7"-D."cbr: : I law, we hereby warn all parties -
THE GROCERIESWE BUY ARE
J
.J\; Everything: Vinol contains is named rori:,the label. room the ,116-120 Michigan St., Suite against this practice, and will prosei .
l
'- "\ and proceeded Chicago. I i cute to the full extent of the law the III;; THE lNP.( 1H.AT: NOURISHES AND PLEASE. }

; : OUR GUARANTEE have such faith VINOL.that If you will Irishman's ta Please send me free I I.large ', nest person or persons found doing Illinl!, Flour, made from selected wheat In half barrels! for $3. *

? .1. take it we promise if it does not benefit of core JOG wa will return you took a razor size sample bottle of \' th1I. No further warning will be Dove fBrand. Hams sweet, tender and juicy for 15 cents. Whole- .

; : your money without question. We take all the-risk ped it and then D., pamphlet and |, given. Pensacola Lumber Co.. by L. i wheat and buckwheat floor 5 cents a pound. French pen :
.... I
to shave him. : hlank. For ; years Ii | E.: Nobles; The W. S. Keyser Co.. by "" to, 20'14WGrd.n cen .
. been afflicted with a skin! Smith .
McOaughy &
: i l. S. ; :"MarzonL
"Shtop that! ;
W.H.White&Co. called..and have mrer .'representing Rlx M. Robinson. H. ; :
the towel In me ;
; D. : : LZ
D. D. Baara & Co., Rosasco Bro*., W; L. JACOBYThCr
on ne face but: : J .. I II !; PhanolQ4' ?. t
) I Name. ,. s' .. .' -. .. ,. X ittleh & Co., Dunwoody-Alken Tow1iocctZ f .
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I __ -_ 'r'H"E PENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY CORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1908 .
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County: .Commissioners CARNIVAL' Refuse to _Appropriate ASSOCIATION the Sum of $500 OLD: VJRG1NIA' I I .



tg 'the Association for Advertising



S Purposes. ,
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The regular monthly session of the : ,:

County Commissioners;; was held lat: I r CHEROOTS : :

night. Chairman Avery presiding and : /
OLIVE Tr
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Commissioners Andrews. Sennott, //1 \

Cupid Holds the Worldin Stewart and Wiggins attendance.; I I ... ,

After reading of the minutes and 4


His Grasp the cpmmittes Deport of from the the finance Carnival committee Association a- more Olive, spent,Special Feb. a 13.-Mr.to pleasant The Journal.E. evening Ward of Saturday At-- Package of 3 for 5 Cents J Jc


To-day was given an audience. This the guest of Mr. and Mrs, D. 1 H.

committee :whIch was. composed of M. Merritt after whidi he left on the .

gt V'.i''mine's festival hasP Messrs.; Ingraham. Williams andIIer midnight train: for his home. We feel .
sure .he will croie again, he ':
as was
:
requested ..
Misfired for over 1,600 that the county appro-

''Priat the sum of to the well pleased with our little village (cheroot is made witho tthe. head .1.1A
Ait's $500.00 association -I IMr. and Mrs. C. J. Ward and family a cigar ) -, i
j \ the most Impor- for 4h.s of advertisingthe _
purpose : are expected soon and will attend ..
t:< ,' ". of the year for you to r .
city and county. This matter was Mardi Gras They will be guests cf .
A mg one of our up-to-dat -
laid Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Merritt. .
have over until later in the meeting, -
nat we reduced
:- "IDj the and also other matters., of Mrs.Brent Stand'ey attended' and Sunday Mrs. school Blanchard!: here good part of the cost of a cigar ".of trade you make when you

,,II $14 Suits at .... .$9.00 Sclcctfd as Janitor. last Sunday. 5 .
S Mill; at .. .. ... .$12.00 II. F. Hurst, who had been elected The many friends of Mr. W. N. New- goes into the workmanship.The pay cents for 3 Old VirginiaCheroots.

5 Suits at. .. ..._$14.40 janitor of the court house:; a short lime berry were glad to see h.m: again ,

I; Suns at. .. .. .$20.00() since, tendered his resignation and J. especially to listen to an able sermon: bunching of the tobaccofor j .

: >t, are tailor made Suts, H. Hntchins was 'selected to'fill the which he delivered! to a very attentive the- the filler takes a little time. The ,A cheroot is only a cigar with I ,
congregation Sunday night
ioeax. ,
read
position! at. a salary of $50.00 ,
month. par text being 'Tt.e Ten Virgos.: He rolling of the filler in the one piece. its head cut off-and when you'
"; left tonight for his home In: Mississippi. '

Petitions for a number-'of roads ia I of leaf which is called the"binder," buy three Old Virginia Cheroots

the vicinity of )uscogee were t Early Monday morning the angel of

I TAJiDARDnOTHIl1Gfd: I ferred I Mrs. IsaJore Hurler and called their -
MTHIESEniBUILDR. II be reported upon at the next m eti I ; for three good smokes, and hothing .
Wailc
[ I I County Judge Bsllinger requestedthat I precioas baby, aged six months. ting and rolling of the outside leaf .
r we know it Is a hard and .be3Vweight '
: the sum of $300 be allowed him else.
of sorrow to give up our loved ones or "wrapper" takes a little more.
for the of having the
purpose papersin I
---- and geems imposs.ble, ,jet that angel The filler is made
.his office properly filed, and alsothat I from the
K. WHITE, $90 be allowed for the purpose of will knock at every man's door: sooner -I But it is the finishing-operation '
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler or later. Our hearts go'out in short leaves and selected
This clippings
purchasing a steel filing case. t
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and Graduate Optician. was granted. sympathy to'the bereaved parents S of forming the head that takes \

30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. and relatives The remains were In- of five choice grades of domestic
Division of Precincts.
The the division of terred at the'Whitmt ceoietery: today most of the time, most of the skill,
-- ------- ----- question of precincts -
at 10 o'clock. tobacco-blended to give just the
was then discussed.; The commissioners -
Jilr* Sur.iler passed through he- and costs most of the money.
TERSELY TOLD realized that it is necessary -
to make division of precincts I en route to Almore and other pointson combination of agreeable strengthand

12 and 13;) in the city, where there area business. And yet it's nothing in the world .
The wedding of 'Miss! Davis wasvery mild fragrance required to
v '. mat inaugurate a campaign of large number voters There were
"tin I unerasing on a capital consist- also a number of patitions trom country quiet. AH join in congratulating- but v-aste-for the first thing you make smoke.

.1I. .,' loose change." precincts for a division. The her. a good
do is to clip off that "head" that
1 t:: P Rose, a prominent naval stores, commissioners discussed the matter Not only a bargain in price .
d i* : \aldosta, Ga., is in the city! for some time ani' finally deckled! to MEWS NOTES have paid ,
good
I i n A outness visit. I'I maka a division of the preemctsl provided .i you your money but good. Not only good, but
the commissioners of the vari-
Then- \\'ilIlbe several baptisms this for and thrpw it .
away.If
districts reported them fa- OF FALCO
| evening ai 7.30, at the Christian!.ous upon' clean. Made by modern processes .
jvorably.I The division: of the city precincts
MM'ti tabernacle by Evangelist O.' the dealer clipped off the headsof tDIAY& (
_
was placed in ths hands of in' the biggest and cleanest
| P, Spiegel. I Commissioner Sen AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY.:
Chairman Avery, ,
Mrs, W E. Mason will leave tomori nott and Attorney Heese, and it was Special to The Journal. I three good five-cent cigars and SUCCESSOR TOP.WHITLOCI r--: cigar factory in the world.A .

yea i tor New Orleans where she takes I II I understood that a special meeting will Falco, Ala., Feb. 13.-Mr. D. Wilkinson -! ( ?"

i>' ,-'earner to join Mr. Maxon in Pan be held within ten days' to.take action is visiting his family in Pensa. handed them all three to you for 5 million sold'every day- _

The steamer will leave New cola this week. ,
said Upon tha same. ,
Orleans Saturday.Gam The Carnival Matter. Mr. J. H. Givens visited the Chau- cents, you, would call it a bargain you can get them at any cigar

Morgan will leave for Atlanta The question of granting an appro- I tauqua last Saturday. dth t's the kind .
Carnival Association -I Messrs. JV.. Loveless and J. L.Raiber. ; exactly counter,in the
',)Ida: win his bon, Clarence. The : priation of $500 to the ,, J ,H country. j
iners arm was injured: several t was then discussed. Commissioner Andalusia, passed through .

conths ago and will be treated by Andrews opposed the appropriation -, Falco yesterday with a drove of nice "
Ii saying there had ben considerable horses which is the second drove that l "
peoialists( in the Georgia city.
There seems to be some confusion '. comment upon, the part of Uw bas been here in the last few day Sold wherever they sell tobaccoELEGANT '
country taxpayers 'heretofore on ac'count They Intend that this county shall be S -
regarding the sale of railroad tickets of such expenditures. ,well supplied with horses and mules. ; II
L. & N. to .thecity since thelown :
the it .
L chUnl3Attorney Reese gave as MV Abe Daniel! who has been '
town office was established. The it illegal to expend _IIL
his opinion that was spending a few days in Falco taking .
! down town office does not sail ticketsand :
the county money for such purposes stock for. the Florida and Alabama .
uit idm will have to be purchased but ,that it had previously been Land Co., has finished the work and ::- -

as formerly at the depot office done. returned to 'Pensacola I representative of a prominent religious -

Commissioner Stewart took the The ..Falco mill is running full time OFFICES paper then establishing,headquarters

'Hrp, hirh was discovered jesterda s&.m"'iew, as Commissioner Andrews. I now and work is hustling in all departments in New York city as general representative The -* 'IIe

morning about 3 o'clock, destroy- Chairman Avery spoke ia favor of The mill log train filled of several 'southern publi .

I'd in*' I'uragf' near the corner of making appropriation, saying: that the log pond* more than full ast week. flfOR, MASS'ENGAlE cations. After a thorough study of

Wruht! and H streets occupied: by the advertising derived from the Car- The Masonic Temple at thIs! place ." : the deli Mr. lass ngale establishedin
\
Jesse Bfil, roiored. The furiitureini nival would benefit both the city and is nearing completion, and wiil be I 1897, in this city the agency bearIng -

f place was also destroyed. The county. He Incidentally mentionedthat ready for the first meeting in March. -- his name, still retaining his New !

origIn of me fire is not known, and the city paltf two-thirds of the Land is selling at good prices in Ing Agency has become a national York conn tons. but later concentrating (

the bla f' was not discovered until it taxes received by the county. other this section now. :Mr. J. W. Davis South's Oldest Advertising Agency factor in advertising and is using his entire energy and capital .f

_as- untie' good; headway.To Commissioner Sennot the bought the homestead of Mr. Jahn( nearly every magazine and newspaper in his Atlanta business.0 Sell
I city member, was in favor of gi"ingthe ,Adkinson last week for $4000. In the employ of the: agency' Is': a
urhre party and dance, which association something to assist in Now on'Sixteenth'Flior of the that is published in the United States. '
.a.s. 10 na\e been given tomorrow and! The visitor was very much aston corps of competent clerks, bookkeepers .
,
sigh, ii\ t tlie i (' 'rordia Club, has been j jpostponed advertising;: the that city the and sum county.of $250.00be :! Somewhat!! Comfn.lnp. New 'Candler Building. ished at the magnificent view: of tie stenographers, artists and 'adyer. m 1'j.. ;
motion of
made
The
a
on account of the enter-i this : ThisniotLn A certain member of the house of I city from their: offices. The view of tisement writers. system f '

ulnmcni! ,to bo given on that night by appropriated for not purpose.met with a lords when traveling in Ireland took a Atlanta from Mr. Masseneiale's private bookkeeping and letter filing In use! -
did
however,
.
tae Frau erin of the German Lutheran ended the matter. fancy to a handsome Connaught lad Frcm the Atlanta News. I office resembles New York city, is entirely modern and ;wonderfuilyaccurate'

ruur< The date of the Concoru second, which after considering some and engaged him as footman. The Massengale Advertising Agency looking down town while the beauti- and complete. The checking '
The body in' the various -
r routine
'inter. new servant one morning, "see if your is president and founder, is the oldest sight tnat can be had from' no other publications requires _thousand a large Iis ;

Dr n B Crawford, traveling pas- GUARANTEED CURE FOR :PILES mistress is 'at home' today." advertising agency in the south.It view-point in "the- south papers amount are of received work as daily over, and a :all kepton
!
bnteagtnt of the L. &: N. railroad, Itching, Blind. Bleeding Protruding "That her ladyship is, your lordship," has been established soma twelve There is always a Disposition* to file." ;
in this ct-: taxing been for tie look for "a cat an the bag" whenever ,
,"io ias r>een in the city for several Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund was the ready reply of the unsophisticated year Preparing copy and illustrations is built on the heirloom plan, made ;t"I ;
in the Austell build anybojy offers "sometning for nothing
l1a' with a party of tourists leaves money if PAZO OINTMENT falls "Sure 01 her past seven years the last for and .
vouth. Jist saw a very' important part of agency> to years years/and then i
tnecase the
ing. but has recently moved to the but in of incdein
t tu* niornm? for Scranton. Miss., butcap to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. ladyship into the dhrawing room." work and.Is given especial attention.* the
go
sixteenth fleer of the! new Candlr advertising agency there-Is no cat, but next generation.
.. in'
< 'is return later the month "You misunderstand 0'Bnen." The advertising matter sent out bears I II .
me building, and now occupies:: a large an actual and large amount of valuable
Filed. "
*i'i Suits :
anoii.er party of home seekers New said his lordship stiffly. "Go and ask without the stamp of excellence in conception dij ;
service rendered absolutely (;
salts have been suite of offices. II
tnmthe north. There thr following new :1 1
*'vcms; of Dr Crawford's were party?e, filed The'in the office of the clerk or the your mistress It" she Is 'at home today." A visitor: wio called yesterday and cost to the advertie'and: no strmsf.I and.execution.Rates, and specimen. copies of every ROGERS BROS.
a'I. "Sure, now, muttered the puzzled was very much surprised to see tae tied to it, eitnerno, conditions surrounding r rI
; ifiO members coming as far asp circuit i court'StearnsCulver: publication issued in this country are
Lumber Co., vsSkin- footman as he obeyed "if his lordship handsome suite of offices:: was shown the transaction' that 'evenup"
us oIL can: secure SPOONS. FORKS. ETC..
% on file ant advertiser : S
any .
Co Escatnbia ain't quare! Why Oi saw her ladyship through the various departments: of in other ways. '
Manufacturing ,near fot .
'
information
ner I full and -reliable as Jo are as perfection tiiispurpneeas r
Mont! v refunded if Blue Ribbon -uij ,and Manufacturing Co.. garnishees with my'own eyes! And now Oi've got this modern 'advertising agency., The Of course. advertising agents' and- circulation character cost and valueof is possible, and we'sliall take pieasurejnshowing )

T non {I Vanilla fa'Is to please. A},- '' ; damages.. lJOOO; ; Blount & to ask" her that same, and she's In the art department antI ad' rung: dpafjment agencies are not' J in nor business do for:furnish phil! any advertising fned.iim{ upon, application you all the !late designs in this. J, -

0:111: < i-ure, Goes twice as far. Blount attorneys for plaintiffs. house all the toime." show! the artists and ad writersat anthropic reasons without, remuneration.they ...either by mail or, in person;! reliable; nd. ', t ,
!
Then, thrusting hts head into the work, designing advertisements for their services ,J : \
r he large advertisers throughout. the coun: The many large concerns engaged In : coal4 Jr7
asked "Are
drawing room you at Woman loves a clear. rosy
department buying and selhg, advertising space, f
and pe-setting
Th; printing ,
try.
Always Remember the Full JName"jaxative borne, my lady? and planning, preparing and placing advertising plexkm., Burdock's Blood Bitters per:
Drama Quinmo .onvesYLiwe "Xo O'Brien;'not today" replied bU other and departments checkIng rooms are all in various the matter; and their rapid ifies the" blood, clears theskin'rgstois? '
}
iff.i: boz. 25cDIAMONDS : mistress, and the footman retired slow- is sufficient proof that the bus. ruddy, sound health. :
.Cold bOn-D.;Cn'l ,7VVl hands of experienced advertising mn growth ; !
.a Dus In utter bewilderment.! .
ly -
is losing one,
iness not a
and the south is to be congratulated; STREETPENSACOLA I
107 SOUTH PALAPOX l.i
f
GUMBO.SUPPERBV '
"Well, well! exclaimed nonplusedPat :advertising Yet the fact remains that first-class ; r j
on having as fully equipped -
"Where does she thick she Is, service ,is free to anyone:: who LUTHERN CHURCH TOMORROW: .
-# ***#* 3MI "" agency 'as' thre is !sn America. agency :
r : 11| poor soul? Sure, it's mad she is, and Advertising: goes out from the Mas- spends mony for the general! advertising The Frau' Verein" of the 'Luthern '.-1----- .. ;-

I WATCHES, JEWELRY, I the master too. More's the "pitj!"- sengale Advertising Agency, In. Atlanta cf any article or line of
| CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE ItI London Mall.Where. to publications in every state, I" chandise. The explanation is simple the home of )Irs. Henry Pfeiffer, Sr1; I., I i' J
reasonable Every reputable -- "- v
-- the union and to foreign countries. and : 106 West Government street,, ,tomorjrow i --- -- i

I STERLING SILVERWARE, | Gnnnrt Svmrin. This agency is handling 4he advertising publication newspaper, magazine; (Thursday). night beginning at 7 A CENTLtMAN'S? .TASTE IS BEST 1: 1
,
hundred advertisers ia trade paper or periodical of any kind WITH A "
| | One of the most remarkable: sights for several o'clock. j SUITED
ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, tn the world Is Bird island In South I various sections of the country, ,havI -recognizes the ability of a good ad- Thss'a! ,ladies axe' w?ll known 'for .

I CUT GLASSWARE. | Africa, for the reason that during some I I, ing accounts*in New York and some vertising, agen y to create new, advertising -. their success as entertainers at.affairs' CERTIFIED CHECK I IJ
to increase the. effectiveness
i months of the year it is literally covered !in the west. ,,as ,well as in every soutn as well as the volumeof of this kin;y and there-will 'no l6ubt
state". The Massengale AdvrnsThere's (hence add to be att ndaoice then to-morrow
: era a. large ; j .
with gannets. Not a foot of advertising already being published! ) I I 5c CIGAR.: ,
I night., The admission is only 25 cents. ,i ;
ground is to,be ,seen anywhere. Day: I 1- --- and in recognition of the value f tl1e '
I
I Engraving and Fino Stationery. ; 1 1III after day thousands; of gunnels strut j 1f f -'''' -_......-- 1 agency as an auxiliary to the ,publish. I All the qualities of l1a for.aroma fl
j color and material Is
goo&
: around and they are so close; to each er allows a commission-small It as -t
embodied! in It.
other that the whole island seems actu- I true--on all advertising which comes i

Mail! Orders Receive Prompt Attention.1E. ally alive. Those who have seen this through the agency's hands. This .: : A. Greenhut & Co. j f
sight say that it Is one which can nww commission is never allowed on ad- I

I be forgotten. SatisfactionIn vertising given direct to the publisherby DISTRIBUTORS. i\", 3 "I

the advertiser, and in such a case PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. '
wearing a collar that is A most wonderful remedy for

: O. Zadek Jewelry Co. Children's Play Aprono. just as smooth as Ivory on the rate the :advertiser as he would must pay: pay.the agency the same for bronchial affections. __ !

J .. Per" children's play aprons to be wor edses. advertising.As Free from opium. in boxes only.fiffUEna Jiln
ALA. the same and
Watch
! MOBILE : For Expert Repairing!
Saturdays or at home in the afternoon, It is also a satisfaction to example what an advertising
It : il i- .s. 'I>lI- i- r.. cave ] returned home an ---- -- --
i-H N" : : there Is nothing more admirably adapted rour collars: agency; of recognized standing is Engraving, go to J fJ.
the ironed and shaped
than plain brown linen sar tile laundry and does it may. be interesting to :
Chicago :Xexvs An excellent patters just hke new and with no briefly outline the work of the Mas- J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler > .
broken edges. ,
is a plain sack Agency of this
affair with! little fall senale Advertising

VALENTINES AT REDUCED PRICES I ness and sleeves buttoning at the wrist. For this go kind to the of collar satisfaction city about which the foregoing has 213 South Palafox Street. t 1 f

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: These aprons button :n the back but been written.In

to prevent that bane of the girl with r the first place must be considered The Latest Designs in Watches ,.
Never has Pensacola seen such fat Valentine buytng The Star Steam of
helm this successful '
the at the
the braided hair forever catching In I men .
and
( nor such beauties as we have shown this jear. : The president of Jewelry. ;
the buttons it Is best to bide these under i concern. -
theirown
Belated buyers can have choice at practically I' Laundry. the company is Mr. St. Elmo Massenale '.
a slip h:1nd.1l1e doe ----------- '
giiigtiani -
prices. 4 man of long exper. '.: "
not make sut-Ji an advertising FkANCE S .
pretty garments It !: '
: I 57 E. ience, who began his career when a Cc> re11.f'
: e's :a still mach used and because It can bcliosen j SarOen St. Phone lit small boy In the offices of one of the '

elton. 235, 213 South Palatox Strett 't in snUi: Luk ,and 'servjcebli' Pentaeala. Fin south's great.dailies: rapidly workedhis OUl Kfi (ILIUUB.KttU.AU. fIN'E PHOTOGRAPHS. ,:t.

fl=t.- colors. way to the nosition of traveling Pensacola Fla. ,
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PAGE FOUR" -THE PIrttSAC"OLA JOORMAU- '. WE6NE6DAY MORNING' FEBRUARY 14, 190'
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i' .8 $ A New Magazine for You

: JfJt 1 : )1tttMDla .JOU- 'i Synopsis of the ,Present:: tutus *,


I Merchant ;' "
of .Marine. Question
Daily Weekly. Sunday. "*" *-* I am''bringing' out another new magazine. that you wifl come-pfet} r dose to

1 i PUBLISHED XVERY. MORNfNd EXCEPT'MONDAYn, 1 Jacksonville T1mes-Union. lining. I w uldn't be surprisea' if' it nif ,you harder than anything theshape'of

a have There isn't much style to it but it
-o- magazine you ever seen. ,
1i $i i$# "HH#** #*#*#* :f $ i-Hif .v. ..fI a
; J J THE JOURNAL COMPANY. has the stuff in J it that you and_everybody else will want to read. It is calledTHE ,

I A bill which has just been in ing Ptdlippineproducts tothe
.
FRANZ L. HATES, Fusion .uD osxsMamzt.r tiuced into congress, any with "'States.* fe .... --
farmer This, howe erjs not a bounty out- "-.
,every merchant. '- -;:: --
for these cargo vessels: are re
er and banker ought to be famaliar. number of --
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS. to carry 's.' certain -
\ j the bill reported by President sejarsej.} enrolled as naval
,
Ii velt's Merchant Marine to maintain an efficient
i ik SUBSCRIPTION RATES. '"to promote the national defense, to,make their orilnary repairs
America, and, to be subject in war
; 1 *Oo6.Yea .....,..., ..45 00 { One Monti.. 45 create a force of naval volunteers, purchase or'hire: at a fair price, by

[Six Months......_. 2 50 I -4 ... I One Week.N..R......... 10 establish American ocean mail Government for the naval reserve.A : '. T..f\.f 0#' .
1 Three .AoAtha..l 25 I :Weok17'Rd1tJo1\1ear.I1.00r'' t-i foreign markets and to large part 1>f the cost ,of these :- .
i\ revenue from tonnage." is provided for by the in- .:
t. Papers oa Sale at all News Stints 1 This bill has 'been promptly and in the tonnage taxes on all ves '- 4 -

II vorably reported from the American .or foreign, entering \ .
4 ;tfTHEtONLY PSNSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH DETAILED on commerce to the Senate, ports in foreign .tra.de-a part of 7
comes up for immediate taxes 'Americaa
; to be
A, : CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. I ; tion. The
president has called 1s carrying boys as apprentices
0 tion to it in his message saying: training them as seamen. These In
: .
* Office*-1M and 110 East Government Street '.,'- "To the spread of our trade : tonnage taxes will increase
peace and the defense of our flag revenues about $1,900,000 a year
TELEPH ONJJ No 33.PEKSACOLA war a great ana prosperous the bill will not only cost nothing SCRAPBOOK

Fir marine is indispensable. We first year, from Uuly 1. 1906 to
have ship of our own and seamen 30, 1907, but will actually add
r ; FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY
MORNING. FEBRUARY 14. 1906 '
our own to convey our goods to to the income of the govern
tral markets and in case of need In the next or second year,.the
"tF 'Approves Mallory's P "' H ,, reinforce our battle line. It : 'will be only $1,600,000 and
but be a source of regret and amount can increase thereafter /
1 Quarantine Measure.* NEWS AND VIEWS ness to us that the lines of as new ships are built and
FROM. STATE PAPERS. cation with our ;sister republics inth3 United States and
The opinion of Gulf Coast papers South America should be chiefly for the expansion of Ameri
t ;.IpOn the national Quarantine question HU11H.'i.'I.H der foreign control. It Is not a commerce.. :
is always interesting, and especially' thing that American merchants The ten new mail lines to South
yl Mission a Failure.Mr. manufacturers should have to South Africa, the Orient Cu. I, ..
.'since Senator }Malknr baa Introduced ,-
Edward Fitzgerald one of the their goods and letters to and Mexico will cost three years
:the bill providing for national control best posted and all-round newspapermen America via Europe if theyish when tbA :requisite new ships
'of quarantine. The Mobile Herald In ,in Florida, now connected with curity and dispatch. Even on the '" been constructed: maximum; of

'approving the thirty-five mile limit, L/Engle and Taylor's JacksonvilleSun. rifle, where our: ships have held a year, or about one-third p
! ; ?bag the following to say: Was in the city Monday after own better than on the Atlantic what England and France ar9 pay
It some public business connected with merchant flag is now in subsidies to their merchant ,
Is a noticeable: feature: of the act -
}r to enlarge the powers and1 authority of the census business, and made us a through the aia' bestowed by el1
call. governments on their It is estimate that at the end of
Abe pleasant We are informed thatha own
public health and marine hospital .
r rr?4 service, which Senator Mallory has introduced failed to ;get what he came after,, UC.s. I ask your earnest years the.tno subventions to mer 4g : -
r that under its provisions no however, for.reasons given to him by tion of the report with which ships and to cargo vessels, hav
'national quarantine station and the commissioner of agriculture, and Merchant Marine Commission has cost us an average of $4,625,000
an- '
that on threatening to to low? its long and careful inquiry. will' have given the United
act compel
,1 'cboraga! of refuge shall be established
: i, less than thirty-five miles from any i the officer to furnish the informationhe This new shipping, bill is an ocean fleet practially three Something New in Magazine Making
fJ 'port or sub-port of entry of the United was given to, understand that he different from other as large. as that we now possess
s states I! did not Intend to be "bulldozed" toy which have been> before Congress larger than: the entire merchant
BOOK is the. most elastic thing that ever happened in the way;of a
recent of and TH 'SCRAP
bill France
This lsa wise provision. I any newspaper man. To make a long years. The as framed: or Norway,
essentially fair to that of Italy and Japan. elastic to anything from a tin whistle to a battleship. Everything -
Though the claim is made that the story short, without knowing any of every portion of marine-- enough carry
'stegomyia mosquito seldom or never I the facts in the case, Mr. Fitzgerald country, in Its consideration of car It should, be borne in mind. esDeciaV-! : that appeals to the human brain and? human heart comes within its compass-fiction,
;makes long flight and is never wind- I returned to Jacksonville without the liner and "tramps" needed to exte 1 that with, the increased tonnage which is the backboneof periodical circulation; biography, review, philosophy, science,

"'"t Viorne to any great distance, jet the True coveted Democrat.information., Tallahassee our product western of our trade farms and and factories take ., !.s, this the'bill gut will;year not, but only will cost pro- art, poetry, wit, humor;pathos,.satire, the weird, the mystical-everything that caw:ba
presence of infected vessels, no matter ( cannot be classified. A paragraph, a iiiiIebit, a saying,
: how closely guarded at a a foreign markets. i I an increased revenue of $600,000 classified and everything that .
quarantlne -
station. Is a disturbing element, The Political Pot. One western man who the government. Erpenaltures an editorial, a joke.a maxim, an epigram.
ti 1 against th, .subsidy bill of rise thereafter only as new ships .
'open to The
constant suspicion and de- political pot is boiling throughout

IBtrurttve to that feeling of safety the state. Is it not about time ears ago was SenatopAllisoa built in American yards and sent Like It in the World
)which it is the object of all rational the Bartowites who have political bees Iowa. He voted against' fit not with cargoes of American and .. Nothing
cause he did not 'believe or'b western. merchandise.In .
in
, quarantine plans to maintain aDd to buzzing In their 'foelfrys were
coining
.' JostlfjtThe: to" the surface?-Bartow Record. aid to American ships but because thin whole bill there is only one There isn't anything in the world just like THE SCRAP BOOK. It is an idea oa

Gulf quarantine station at Ship regarded that particular bill as fi:$250.000 a year for a ; which,we have been.working for several years. and for which we have beentgatbering

a j Island under the public health and I Will History Repeat Itself the best possible measure. In passenger of line to Europe-an in materials. We have bought hundreds and ,hundreds of scrap books from all over the
' speech at Clinton. Iowa I this. Amount, ill the present
October '
4 R 'twelve,marine miles hospital from.service the! port is of about Gulf- It la_freely predicted that Hon. W. 1903, Senator Allison thus, pay of tjjelpne: line to .,. country, some of them a century old,'and are still buying them. From I these bOOks we

f port and is practically equidistant ernatorial R..Hearst will honors be a i 1tz candidate New York.for Grover gub the western idea in merchant I Britian' andthe, continent. The I .. ., ,,,are.gathering: and classifying an enorWous number of gems, and facts and figures, and
t a >from BiloiL There is no authentic Cleveland stepped from -ping legislation. I g employs the"swiftestocean, ships : : 'historical and personal bits that'are of rare value. Furthermore, we have a corps of pee>-

record of any case of yellow fever of the Empire State the to/governorship the- 'Our efforts shoula' be turned that the United manned States and flag- ... Jple,ransacking libraries, reading all the current publications, the leading, daily papers,
'Which-has ever reached! the mainland I presidency.- 'NVffl those countries lying near us. as w }1 I were arm- but'curious and facts and}useful facts and figures from reference book
.s from the Ship Island station, and yet history repeat Itself as to South America and Asia. as auxiliary: cruisers in the war and d&cinjg; quain. ) ; .. '
? 5 =
1,3 there has been, constant uneasinesswhen : -Palatka Times. *Herald. latter field is likely to be of in Spin. ; "Tia;.etc., etc. x X1cycloj
: :the taver eras knows to exist in enable. value in the near fuiur ,. Th9 only other increase'over exist -
? f fail ot this first. issue of THE SCRAP
Central or'South'America., or in Cuba.! Advertising for Trouble.A lated as it' has been bV the contract the bill is 1211,040 ad Hon to get a copy
Nebraska man started, a newspaper I to tb@American mall line to 1 R, : : ,:'atwhich all other] i
sefls
I So strong: was this feeling at one II of our flag in those distant BOOK.;.. fIt at uie'jjrfec our maga--[

I of time the that Mississippi oivhe-protyt coast of the backed citizens by have beEn and named expected< it "Sand.he has As been might in the where globe three-fifths is to be of supplied the population in the been Zealand performing'and Australia,swiftest'which zincs sell Ten Cents 'a Copy'and One Dollar by the Year.,
"
a some of the did quarantine station trouble from the first issue and only ture with the products of the service in the South Pacific and .* publisherC -
stands the
and :Mobile the Ship Island station the other day was so severely licked civilized nations. by far the highest: wages to its On all news or from

was removed to Chandeieur Island ., that ,the force had'a week's holiday "In this struggle we have the and men and at the same time .-.-
and some or the old quarantine station while the editor was bung repaired.! tive and close competition of eiviug tar teas mail "pay:= than the FRANK A. 'MUNSEY Fifth Avenue New York
'buildings stand on that dreary A man who advertises the possession We have advantage In distance, and"inferior ships'from Europe, 175 ,

c:.; und waste-today as. reminders of the of sand is liable to become soon regarded will soon have, if -we have not The mailp-Btib'Yention' to, the new
1" experiment as looking for trouble and administered the advantage in facilities. are /. thu# distributee1(: the
,' No harbor at Chadeleur Island is upon accordingly.! -Tampa can ships must float there and new .jinE's'from the Atlantic III.
J; 'l :JB, safe anchorage for either large or Times. American flag must be seen there I $1,050,000- three new lines
fie .
m the Gulf coast. 1140000. Thus,
;A email vessels so after a disastrous dwell there and our government
!lr iistonn the quarantine station was The Pistol Toter.A. well afford to provide special aid is made certain that no single port ISN'T' IT INTERESTING andl SATISFACTORY
lr quietly returned to the east end of man carries a pistol for but one our merchant marine to extend section. shall monopolize three ad
: -Ship Island where one of the most purpose to take lifeA man does not: trade there and in South Africa
LV41 useful of the several vuttSone ro' r,;> go hunting! with one, nor does he cary t* South America as well.. One thing more worth rememberingall
f ; -rated t by the government In southern I a. pistol for the opportunity it gives I There are ten new lines of materials of different kinds need
it-fi xwaters affords safe anchorage for ve&-. him to make a noise, at least in the contract steamers provided by for the construction, repair or to_ know that. you have one of the
{ ;eels of all the classes: and sizes which pistol-carrying section. There is legislatloo new shipping bill-and -every one of ships "built in this noun
qh f usually ply these waters. against it, but the law is a I them runs to South Africa, for foreign commerce are already largest and most complete stocks of
'-,1i; Woe bate no idea that the station already farce, as executed.-Tampa Tribune. America and the Orient except the free list.of the Dingley tariff<,
:;;:t established: at Ship Island will line from ,,a Gulf port to Cuba the shipowners are aided In a rea- -
J l jbe; abandoned: and it Is only the new Germans In West Florida. one to :Mexico.' The provisions .nabl way to build new ships an dHARDWARE, PAINTS. CUTLERY GUNS RIFLES PISTOLS
;ir.t 1 stations to which this clause of thejt PerJido. in Escambia county Is being this bill, therefore, fall in new markets for western pro
fir 'Ulallory-'Wilrlam.s quarantine bill applies colonized with:Germans from Illinois with SenatorUison.si statement!! they can snap their lingers at -
ll j yet the thirty-five mile rule Is a and the present number there the kind of shipping steel) trust and either buy their!
::0:1.: .:.. a ,good one to apply in future though it will be Increased this week. Hope I which the western people want. abroad or insist on' getting it at METALLIC ,AMMUNITION ETC..
i: !be only to appease the fears of the they will stick to- Tlorida.and prove I Moreover, our western 6entim : prices in thl country.

; timid for (ears are very tangible what Germans are as farmers in Western always has insisted: on the value ,We are now carrying only about *sin
4 things not to be lightly considered, the per cent of our commerce in our
Florida.-Jacksonville "tramp" vessel
Metropolis. or cargo the South to make from.
When dealing with questions in 'which pure and simple easy and ships. And the ocean freight bill your purchases Interesting, .

r' the-bugaboo yellow fever figures.A Ex-Governor Jennings. I 'build ; and operate and cheap seeki i oUr hundred imports million and exports dollars is close to because we can save you- money; Satisfactory. because

; syndicate has been formed In Former Governor W. 6. Jennings: freights wherever they may be of. which goes a into year the, it is convenient for yoo.Wroutht .
bas
-a
tendered rough
his resignation as general : everyday; I of
,!New York:!
ion' to 13 cents Per Po nnd. It is is Trust Company and as vice presidentand to win new markets for wheat : ug _amount while to to build save our some own' of ship this Iran Pipe 'and Fittings, Rubber Belting Hose and Packi ts.

;' s.uocesstn1it111 mean a jump of over director of the Mercantile Ex:' cattle, provisions and other give wages to our own people

'yi II : cents a pound in tho priCe of the change Bank of Jacksonville. He dire. As President Roosevelt say. "To LARGE STOCK OF_ MILL SUPPLIES.
'will devote his time This new bill
exclusively: to shipping offers a spread of,our trade in and
staple, but it may share the same We1ILS.t.h peace
the' practice of his profession in fu eral subvention at the rate of > defense of our trade in war a
15 cent pool which died a ture. He Is attorney for the Internal per gross ton per year to all : and prosperous merchant ma. Oat-ot f Tfrrc Orders
. oatnral death before actually tom Improvement Board of the state and steam or sail that engage in is indispensable. We should 6ii8B Special Atteition. GORDON & BROWN HOW. CO.
.w tnenclng operations. represents other-large Interests In the free-for-all hunt for new markets chipsof our own and seamen of _
state which will require all o{ his the products of American Indust own to convey our goods to nue-
time.-Tamca:Herald. and $6.50. ton if they
per
r When the new battleship Dread carry markets and in case of neetf to II
is finished Great can products to the .IPWlippines our'ba.ttle line.
sought: Britain will 1 ,
t,, : .....-.. $-__ .....& ---
Ibs several 'years ahead of the other
It is a fact,that Nelson's famous sip .. J. .*-.p '1
'1 nations of the world in the matter of :.t J: u
gal to the fleet at Trafalgar was ta Its

naval construction. Incidentally she rlgiual'orm.. '"England'cenilddis' (not The Sunny Side of Life
..4 4 *rlll also:; be about $7,500,000 poorer.If 'expects'' ) tha every man wiy do hia
r Your Home is -
dutyTilsIs the.story as given by fiUe'With Sunshineif 1
Countes3 Anna doesn't allow Captain Pasoo.Nfttoon's.iU.g lieutenant
x a ah .
-
; i JConnt Bonl more than 30,000 francs on the Victory-"Hia lordship: came to 8
ti own a handsome Piano. The sweet charming'tones of of
you ,
,per annum the poor fellow will starr- me on the poop.and-after ordering certain iftocEra I i ,... one
w' i He's not used to living on a mere pit signals be'toade about a quarter c .,d } our handsome Pianos will instantly dispel the worst case of blues. Our fl!

s lance-at least since ho first beganto to noon he said.''Mr. Pasco, I wish :- Pianos; are.of!high character:and worthy of your consideration. ijWe'll l '
to
to the
say fleet "England confide j
finger the Gould millions.
that every man will do his duty,"*
Put in
Piano Your
'a Home
i Artist Outcault of Buster Brown And he addfOd..Youmust: be quick for ,

fame is, sureing the New York Herald I have one more to make which is for
< for damages.-Age Herald. close action.' I replied 'If your lord- you pay when youjifee Our -P v"When/YoU'Likett plan has put a 1\

Must be something 'Wrong about peels'ship will for permit"CO .!'14n me: ,"to toe substitute signal'"ex.will I f Pano.into't ousandsof, homey bringing with it the usual measure of t;

this. Outcault is the one who should Boon be completed, because the word r f good cheer and sunshine. If you live in Pensacola, call or phone us-

be suec(. "axpec "'i 16 Ox the vocabulary, whereas if outside of the city, write.us about the piano question. M...
"confides" must be spelled.* His .
'
c Miss\ Roosevelt has M
been
presented t
lordship In haste
replied and will '1
I'rtth a punch bowl by the Ohio dEl] That" i f
; tin seeming satisfaction. will do ?
patioo Congress and, as usual in Pasco;' make It directly..*." And the r t..i o'L\\.Pte vale !? -Clutter Music House n.-t1' Pfcon16 S. P-UfoKSt.

H such instances the W. C. T. U, has famous signal was made.-London I PENSACOLA t

a i duly expressed its Indignation. Chronfcle. 1 d 'j 11 r 1 A ,H: ::1

''will boa A JlB r. .
There probably
considerable ,
-
"It --
seems ,to me said Mrs. OMcas. "
financial stringency in Tampa after tie "that In, these days there is no Lessons In and L
Cooking
:ESCMHII OYSTER 1 EPI? Sewing. Florida and Alabama
the Divine 'SArah gets throughtwith hope for the mao who lacks InitiatiTe.- I Cooking Vegetables, meals salads
{ the natives.lIar.'s "I know it," replied her hostess I caWs.
deserts, pastry, candles breads
Phone 1210 ;I LAND COMPANY
.. A rS cr
Il Star ,I'rsfe..toe
"That r4 t y
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one reason why Josiah "1 ]tint had:* felloaeeee Icy H where the small boy and the has such'"wonderful" success.: He gets "1 am very sorry. my dear air." r U'.. irante4.over this road d z.tu .( i Fine Pert Wo Bay Pant'an4 )Efceamblft drafting, cutting,,.fitttar,,dressmaking. Manufacturers of
b penny valentine get In.th. ir. deadlylfork. initiated} 'In.iomethlng! new nearly eT..r7tweek"ChicagdIlecord "W.U. I wish you woa4 HU year sugar ttew Jtlwut paying. Hew cUd you; l.Jt7 Oysters at re&aoobl prices Classes for women and. children. Fire I and Dealers in
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'. .ITerald. straight# and put,your sand,on SM H4-- Tattered Tern-Hu h! Til- whlaptr'. -it tos.iu lessons J2.50.. M. A, McJntyre Instructor. LUMBER."SAW'ED CYPRESS SHIf
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Dainty Foods DANGEROUS ARESIDEWALK'S PIMPLES, : ; PREPARING FOR ,BETTER-THAN-DO-CTORS lUll\


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s.d : k14S _bj.O4.r : _fJaU" # 1 I [
'ti1u:do....:,y ,of :ti1l1" ana reh bI.c Mrs. J. C. Craigof Four i
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Th : 19 L [5; ,keats......AeonIt..Ing_ t...uoe." g/'IhS f as.whs./ J"...a'.isis ts.sop. : THE CARNIVAL ptL Oaks, N., C., suffered from
.. chue.
Demand It on .10 II. S so reooea4uoan asthma, heart disease and 1 .

Fred Co WIS...,11 ma S".lIewuk.l'l.l.' Pure
nervousness. Duffy's

IN CITY Beat For Halt Whiskey cured her :-
SEASON
TN EVERY Receipt that calls for ream after eminent specialist

A had been unsuccessful. tier
of
tartar, soda, or baking powder _
use health is now better than : "

the Royal, Baking Powder Better results < 4t W,C. Jones Says [QKd of Public I Merchants. and Business Men ever before. She writes:

will be obtained because "Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has don
of the -
absolute Works Should Do Somethingto Are interesting Themselvesin me more good than an the medicine I : '
have ever used and I have been treatedby
purity and great leavening strength of the' I'O .>>','!'ute G a4.DoW. *,eminent specialists for years. '
Remedy Matter. ,rrasL PilirsiL. Q P' 1IC.2Se.SSc ilovorsoL4 Decorating.No I suffered from a complication of asthma -
It f 3.. t.i...s.-.s-ccc and heart disease coupled with nervousness. -
Royal. will make the 1i Cs -
food lighter Ossiss::rto eia s5 r..:..sy bask. !. -
Jrttdt7 Co. Chicago N.Y. 593 "My husband Instated that I give tip the -
sweeter, of finer flavor more Pensacola Fla. Feb. 13,. 1906. 8terUUC trouble need be taken to discover doctors when I failed to improve and usDuffy's
,digestible and Editor PCMAoola Journal AINUALSILE,TEN NIU.ION BOXES the fact that the celebration of the Pure Malt Whiskey. ThIs I be- -

wholesome. It is always reliable and uniform The condition of the aldtwalks from ante Lenten festivities of Mardi. Gras fib to &.la and now I better have than fully ever recovered.before i .-
one end of Psnsaoola to 'the other is are near at hand in Pensacola; in MRS. J. C. and I am very thankful 5Irs3.. C. Craljb -
in its work. a reproach to a city of' 'Pensacola's fact[ one is imprassed on ev!ry hanJ CRAIG Four Oaks. N C.. Sept. 24. 1305." I

size and pretentions; and in view of that, every person one meets ,here, is

Alum and phosphate baking'powders < the. fact that the Board of Public BASKET BALL already' thoroughly saturated with the Duffy's Pure Matt
-- Works, the department of ths city spirit of this peculiarly southern. season Whiskey

some of them sold at the same price and government< having in charge the construction ( of myrth-Mardi Gras.
and maintenance of the city's Though the festive occasion docs
Feb. 16 It you wish to keep strong and vigorous and have on cheeks the glow o!
some of them cheaper; -will make ,neither 6) tem of sidewalks is cow a one-man Friday, not occur this year until the 26th' and perfect health take Durry's Pure Malt Whiskey: KSululr'your according to dfrecao,
institution' (Mr. Turner not acting 27th, instant evidence of the approaching and' take no other medicine It Is dangerous
dainty nor wholesome food.Jo with" the mayor and Mr. Zelius) it PENSACOLA Y. M. C. A. REDSvs. revels of King Priscus' reign, to the Alt body your and system depress with the drugs heart; (they<
would seem that there might be some which embraces the above named prelli'eS the heart)while Duffy'B Pure Malt
.
"*: -"" improvement in ths disgraceful and dates,' crop out here there and everywhere Whiskey tones aDd strengthens the heart
action and
> dangerous condition of the sidewalks, PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL.Y. ,one mayperchance be strolling the only whiskey purifies recognized the entire by system.the Government It la-
'-. which have :xist&at without any pretense through the streets of this ancient as a medicine and contains no fusel
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YOR toward remedying during the. city. v 011. This is a guarantee. Dufty'a Pure Malt
4 M. C. A. JUNIORSvs. Whiskey baa Stood erere tests tor nrtY J
past eight months. Already the Rojal colors-purple, years and has always been found absolutelY/,
-- Pensacola is now overrun'with jellow and green-blended with the pure and to contain great medicinal prop- I
tourists from the north and 'west, national colors, are beginning to peep erUes. -
e*ery: one of whom wonders at and remarks P.'C. S. JUNIORS. from beneath ths eaves of buildings in CAUTION.Wbes you ask ar -

r 'upon the unkempt and dangerous the business district to remind the Jet pocarforOlrfty'thgo "Pule'. tile Malt Whiskey J I-
COTTAGE HILL I I MILLVIEW I I : condition of our sidewalks; and Gymnasium of Y. M. C. A. resident<< and stranger that the celebration tonal.. *.,..and 1*MM only oaly la* .--\W7 ....

within the next fortnight there will be First begins 8 o'clock p. of Mardi Gras in fPensacoJa, !.vat" bulk" Lest L...tot t.. game ..,.
hundreds, if not thousands' of visitors admission for this year -will be on a grander, more 2mOcV.a-theUM.aiHl WcwIcUMriw.... Pete.make,$..>0.
hereto annual celebrationof m Only one elaborate artistic scale and in amore
witness our more and Special tThe-4OurnaI. Special t to The Journal. Mardi Gra3, from all section of the both enthusiastic; vein than ever before ;...RocbeetIu: No Y, r E'M
Cottage; HH1. Peb. K.-Mrs. Vf. H. Milhrie-w, F.eb. 13.-The closing country. What must these people games. ;' already the spirit of anticipation THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributer
; aiSLand>; V6ter, Miss JuHa Hahn event of the think of Pensacola, when, upon every Admission 25 cents of th.9 fun which is in store for the
big meetings conducts
went laat Satarday in the city. hand and in whatever direction they fortunate ones who will participate In ----
M8 8 CIyd '.fcKhihpn and }h&sJcaaoette by E-a.nge1tSt Kegel at' Millvlew was a may stroll through, tha streets, they the two day' revelry ana' unalloyed

Me jfrllan, of Pensacola, scenethat will never be forgotten are met with,the positively dangerous ... t mirth of King Priscus' reign seem to No.5603.
spent the day last Sunday ,visitingTriends th3 people long ,before the opening; condition the:,alatewalks* tiavaescaped the city's confines, for :
If it not for the fear of being ; 1U ,mail and by telegraph. Inquiries Assistant Cmshltr.
hour the house: began to fill with an were every C.W.LAMAR, President JOHN PFE1FFER.
Mr. Adorns, of. :Pensacola visited enthusiastic until accused. of treason, or perhaps :Amusements I for accomodations are pouringin M. E. CLARK.Yk.-PreHdent: and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.AscMMt.CMhtor. I
!here Jast"SUnday.. crowf1! every epac better put.' leg majests. I wouM) Bug- to the hotels and boarding houses

Mrs; 'Beali left Monday to visIt was packed. A' splendid program bad that It less attention were paid to the of Pensacola; already society-the :society II
!tfriendsrand.'Tclativefi. in the cltyMrs. been arranged, and the subject of the abortive) cement curb on North Spring I.'IS"", $ H* that's swell and the society that THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 1 1OF I 1'

A. M. Wright 'had the miaforitune of theocca.sion"WbatI' a Man." was and other streetg in ths city which itn't swell-Is agog anent the person ,

to trip and fall down stairs Wednesday far beyond the expectations of all who will have to be torn up when the contemplated Last Night's Play. ality of the Quean; and the sporting I pr/vsACM.4. rm. 1
street improve Co., again entertained both and vulgar ."
dsUocatrog ter left arm at permanent The Peruchi-Oypzene fraternity swagger
th.e shoulder. It was a very serious, pronounced Mr. Kegel to be the ablest meats are i'Dstitutd.there, might be a very large audience last are laying; odds on the identity ot the, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. } .

Injury bat she is resting easier to- preacher that ever passed! through ttme for more) attention the con. night; apid a considerably more enthusiastic merchant, banker lawyer or doctor: CAPITAL:STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS,,_$60400. '1 '
da}'. this part of th. country and certainly structlon, reconstruction and repairingof i one than Monday night. The :who will reign this year as King Priscus. \i

Mr Ralph" Beeves made a business reached all the people and added a sidewalks throughout the city, as !. play was entitled "In the' Devil DIRECTORS. .
'rip to Pen&acola: Tuesday.Mr. I great number to the cause of Christ. required under existing ordinances We,." a western drama. with plentyof Otto; and possibly two, of the vessels t'a\
Finch was In the city Thurs-' W. C.-sPONBS. I. blood and thunder, all of 'Which of the baSquadson of the Atlantic Henry L. Covingtoo* Frank Reilly. FE.Zrawaer: a,
Mr. Davis the able musical director W. S. Rosasco.T. C.W. Laes ', .
)Ida drove the whole house, the gallery lu Fleet of 'the navy will be in the J. M' Pfelffer, ;
) for Mr. Keg, had exceptionallygooa' harbor to the Royal yacht Bryan Durmodyf McGoorln, J. R.Saondcis, .
On account of the rainy weather ap good for a sore particular to the highest pitch of excUement. convoy
There's nothing so ,
W. ".Milton, O. E. {Maura, ,
A. M. Avery,
to the city .1'
special from 'the harbor mouth
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choir. A
the
for
program Bclectnc Oil. : The specialties were all up.
Wednesday the meeting the Ladies I throat as Dr. Thomas' docks to add their battalions of"Jackies" W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKeazfe Oertfng: I
'Social Olub was postponed until next feature was the singing of the, Cures It In a few hours. Relieves' to-date: and toroughly enjoyable.The ana'and marines to His Majes- Alex McGowIn C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark. i
anthems. "Tto Holy City" and "Th any pain in any part. tolll for tonight will be "The
fweek.r.. Stevens and family moved here Key of Heaven." All told,Milview hada Men of Jimtown" one of the campanT's ty's military parade from the landing Accounts ofEanka< Yldual..COI'pOr.tlon.and Firms SolleUad. .
the
26th
pier to the'pa1a at noon on
Monday from Quintette and are occupying ten day treat that'will never be for- strongest' pieces. ; .
.
Pensacola has awakened from her Four percent Interest Paid on Tim Deposits. 11;
Mrs. Demarest's cottage. gotten.we erstwhile .!somJnokmce; Pensaoola is

ai- FLOMATON .1 Cures. Sciatica no longer. the,lethargic old town thatit ,
I Rev. W. I* Blley L. L., D., Cuba, was-wont:tobo t in days gone by- !!' :

New York writes: "After fifteen Pensacola J$ a ,city,.now, it is upwto- iiiii
31 BOXES OF GOLD days of excruciating pain from sciatic date, alive-Intensely a.live-and the
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rheumatnm, under various treat spirit which is', creating; this year's
Special to The Journal. meet I was Induced to try Ballard's magmficieut. Mardi Gras parades and '
Flomaton.. Feb. 13.An enjoyable Snow Liniment; the first application other attractions incident to a Mardi THAT NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION !
300 BOXES OF "GREENBACKS social function ocurred in Drury Hall giving myflrit relist' and the second Gras carnival te riot alone invigorating

Friday night, tae occasion being a entire relief. I can give It unqualIfied ,but It's contagious.: *

mask ball, which was participated In recommendation. 2&c, 50c, 100. Sold ,Notwithstanding all evidences now
For the most words made it? How
were
by a large number of young ladies: and by all druggtets. Indicate that ,there will be the largest Have you forgotten you

gentlemen.: attendance of strangers here to witness going to: save a part of your wages by
letters
from these
up Messrs. Jackson and JernIgan have this ,years pageants and to participate F
purchased a number of lots in iFloma BEFORE DAY CLUB 'in'the two "as of frolic and cutting out so many unnecessary expen-

YI I -O GRAPE-NUTS ton and will build tenement homes fun, 'preparations are under way that ditures? We wish to remind you of the

for which tn re seems to be-an unlimited will ,enable the hotels and boarding of sticking to such a resolution. ,
AT COTTONDALE? importance
demand. tousss to comfortably. provide for
'
331 'will these prizes. ,Mr Walker,who owns ar saw mill everybody.:
people earn on the big Escambia, has a foundry

--I .- in course of construction. 'Materialfor ATROCIOUS MuRDER OF CHRISTFAMILY RHEUMATISMWhen LET US, HELP YOUBack
.G6d fh'l1reslde; or about tho will put dol1ars'to your pennies the purpose is being put' upon the pains or irritation exist on
;
!well"lighted family reading table 'during that the coon .lour will find a man grounds, and a number of cottageswill fttAS BELIEVED TO any part of the body the application

,' the winter evenings the children on our breakfast huskier and with a be build for the operatives. ot Bollard's' Snow Liniment gives the resolution by opening a
and grown-ups can play their wits stronger heartbeat and clearer work- Ttfisses Virginia and Lucy Wither. BE THE WORK OF ORGANIZED'FIENDS. prompt relief F. W. Sullivan, Prop. up

and see how tnatiywords. can be Ing brain than he ever had on the old Ington, of Evergreen, are guests of Sullivan House, El Reno, O. T.,writes savings account and will add four per-cent

:made. dteL Miss Emma Jackson of this pace.! June 6, 1902:' "I take pleasure in recommending interest With an account started it is

20-people l making the greatest num- Supose, if you have never really Mr. J. G. Kelly, oneof, thr*rising Ballard's Snow Linimentto wonderful incentive to save-it means
"!"ter of words! will each receive a little made a move for absolutely clean young railroad men of Pollard leaves The following letter from a promin all who are are afflicted with rheu- a
box contain a $10.00 gold piece. health that pushes you along each day soon for an appointment as telegraph sat merchant relative to the atrocious matism. It is the only remedy I thrift nand comfort for old age.
with a spring in your step and a reserve operator at Magazine Point Ala.: :' urder of the Christmas family have found that gives immediate re
10 people will each win one box containing vigor in muscle and brain that The Bank of Flomaton will soon fo tell explanatory: lief." 25c, 50c( and 100. Sold by all

a $5.00 gold piece. makes the doing of things a pleasure, into operation. the president being Bdltor Ransacola Journal: druggists., '

300 people: will each win a box containing you join the army of "plain old com 'Mr. Walter Bryan of this place. Robe -,Having noticed 'an article in Frt-

$1.00 in paper money and one mon sense" and start in now. Then dore Drury. of Montgomery, will 'be day's issue stating that the heads of Thaf aUed.
Charm
person who makes the highest been 2 3 weeks on wilt Christmas family were -severed A
after you have or cashier. Tile directors be announced the
H. G, Powell-Cotton had
ber of words over all contestants num-I tae Grape-Nuls training' you write a later on. A portion i of the from the bodies and that robbery was Major- .p F1RSTNAT1ONALBANKOF
receive a box containing $ statement of how you used to be and upper story is designed for 'k 'pool the object of the murder I with to come unique experiences during his
cold.:: how lOU are now. The simple facts state that I have been in close touch twenty months of travel In little known

It Is really a most fascinating bit will interest others an! surprise room. with: every detail .of the a.rra1r. and districts, In Africa. In telling of the PENSACOLA, FLA. p

D! fun to take up tn list evening after yourself. We ever publish names except from statements or parties wno 'Y1"'we''i superstition the natives be says: OWL1W.Pres. W.K.HTER.Ja,V-Prne.' and Cashier .
evening and see how many words can on permission, but we often tell the bodies' of each of ,the victims I say 1 "Among the week's washing I had W B.X T.' W.BBKXT and'V.N.ROBBRTB,Anst.Cathler. '
'te addedA the facts In the-newspapers and when that all were murder in the same man given my boy a vest, which when the DIBBCTOM F. a, Brent. W. A. Blount, W. H. Knowles. W. K. By"" Jr., I, -
few rules are necessary for absolute requested give the names by private I[ SAGE': LAVFSJSpecial ncr to wit, the skull of each being I other things came back was missing. D. Q. Brent."i. '

fair play. letter. crushed with two or three blows of,an He. made some excuse about mendingit

Any word authorized 'by Webster's There Is plenty of 'time to get personal ax but neither head was severed from and I thought no more of the matter 11

dictionary I will be counted but no experience with Grap -Nuts and the body till in'the early morning I happened to -
name of person. Both the singularand write a sensible, truthful letter to be to The Journal.' $ Now'as to the object of this dastard- catch sight of two of my men bringingit -itLM.u.HNZLLCSUSILZ

plural can be used, aa for instance sent in with the list of words, .as tn Brent. ,Feb. 13.-It had' bran over ly.crime would indication say that of there robbery was not In back from the direction of a Swahili .HILTON GUEKN.pauIJtC T.)( E NSl'lXLIJ KLLKS.NORXNO"un.c.uara.Vrcz-Paaliralu'T.

"'grape" and "grapes." contest does not close until April 30, two weeks sines the last rain warn!! the slightest of Mr. Christmas; hIs trader's&mp. Some time afterward I '
The Nuts" So In as soon as you Ilk cold drizzle of Tuesday: night tile pockets National Bank .
letters in "Y-I-OGrape 1S06. start the money still remained and in the trunk learned, that"the-trader was regardedas Citizens -
aaay be repeated in the same word. to building words, and start in using broke the first drowth of the ysar which was left open by Mrs. Christmas a great worker of charms. The vest of PeD.. Ola. Florid
Geographical names authorized by Grape-Nuts. Cut 'this statement out Throughout Wednesday an4' Thursdayth besides '
was her purse, some had been taken to him and he hadbeen lXOOtOXVM.MorrtiUoar.
Webster will be counted. and ,keep the letters YJ.lGrape.Nutsbefore cold nor'heast rain continued to X.WalUi
of the T.
in the bottom asked cast such a spell over It ( -
loose to
1'bel" the sunny' 'la .d' of flow?u"- money OeoW Wright L. mites QrMtt.
Arrange the words in alphabetical you, and when you write yoilr trunk was not molested and not a single when it next touched skin Lii )(. nobinson i
that my
classes, all those beginning with A together letter you will have some reason to ;rot a ray of sunshine reaching tb? article missing. any A _.iEPZERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. _
and those beginning with E write on the subject "Why I Owe earth, through the dense clouds. Public sentiment was has almost con. desire I might harbor'ot going far Ai
molar's afield would melt When the
BeerS away.
The < factory continues -
to come under E, etc. Grape-Nuts. it is the work of a "Be -- -
eluded that '- -'- ---
When; you are writing down the ,Remember 331 persons will win in operation all through 'the fore,Day Club" and woe ba unto them charm was of no effect, the explanation -
A, waich will be awarded in an winter season. The whistle com the given Iff my, men was that before leav- .. 1"L
words leave some spaces, in the prizes i if it should develop that such was ..flat.*.>. .e..a..O.
It and other columns to fill in later as exact and just manner as soon as the rnences blowing about, four'o'cIock.' in case ing England! I.had acquired witchcraft y S. REESE Pre Jtd.nt, E. W. :MENEFEE. Cashier. T -j -
will counted after April 30th. the morning. and continues ,at inter considerable enough to render their magic M. CARY Vlca-Presldent. 4
new words come to you, for they list can be Mr.: Christmas controlled potent '
spring into mind every evening.It 1906. Every contestant will be senta vats blown until in. th! syrup hands are- 'all' land and was a successful bus powerless"- PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. i j-

Is almost certain that some con printed list of names and addresses nss man.Nothing: THE
testants will tie with others. In such of winners on application in order to Prof. Allen I is out of school once will be left undone to bring I Directors-L. J. R-eves, J. S Reese W. DeC. Ke&sler. R. M. Gary, ; ;
feel to
but not old.
CaSes a prize identical in value and have. proof that, the ,prizes are sent more retire; from does teaching: yet. He enough' dse1"Vlce3 (Justice the guilty and too muck .AN OLD SAYING. W. ,A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. < .
diameter with that offered in that as agreed. The company is well praise can not be bestowed upon our TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ;9|
church lat
at tb
ab-"O'ute ? Brent effort ft. is makIng Showing How Cause and Effect An RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. JMMttMMttttttttttrttttttttttttfttt i
class shall be awarded to each. Each known all over the world for sheriff for the heroic TOUR ACCOUNT IS
Sabbath. live to vnte pianymore ,
May he .
: Removed.It
cn&) will be requested to send with fidelity to its agreements and every sketches of olden fnsacola, and many are- the kinds friend Never Far ............ ...,...
the list of words a plainly written let. single one of the 331 winners may depend We love< to of such honorably to lend a helping hand. is. ,an old saying' "Where there'shoney .- ,
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read IT: '. R. SHOEMAKER. there's tres"- not less true Is -. .. '- -'-- ---- -- -
ter describing the advantages of-Grape on receiving the prize won.Many characters a old Mr. Gonzalez' who :: --- ': : -
:;
\ut tR. but the contestant is not requir- i persons might feel l It useless '?fied General Jackson's 'order fo Oottoniale. : Feb. 13.JOMAKE. one which science- has coined' more -
there's
Da.n d ruffthere's
fd to purchase a -pkg. These letters to contest, but when .one remember pilot: his army 4nto Pensacola. recently, "Where push the Inference ,...... ,., -. ,...... JIM._.... _
are not to contain poetry, or fancy the great number of ,prizes-((331))- We: need such men in our high germs"--end- truly R. M. cary.Prea.. ,-, .;Jt. '-''-'_ S r.
till furthar: wa may say -
flourishes. but simple, truthful statements the curiosity of seeing hoW' many offices to-day: mea who can eayjto the -. Dandrutr'red New Wholesale aDd Retail Dealer IB I
there's
of illustration: A words can really b* made UP evenIng when approached' with "Where
fact. For trusts they "
I at work. SteamDonlestiCiAflthraCitC
been
}ha J, ,
naturalfun bro's Herpicide
Person. may have experienced some, after evening and the good, glittering _bags of gold: "You can I I of Herpl ld 's isolationas COAL
's.pient: or chronic alls tr ceabh to and education In the competition make me pay your own price fof The reason 10Dandruff: lies Id and Blacksmith
Unwise selection of food that failedto it seems worth the trial; there is no sugar flour and oil. you may ralsft.1 BRAINS 4 u1ne.cpre: it, attacks and destroys Offic*-Na(43 South Palatal: street. Telephone 93.

give the body: and brain the energY, cost nothing to lose and a,fine opportunity -the mark*!*-on 'all the necessartw of I I I th the, 'fact.tbat root of the whole trouble-a paastlc Yard corner Tarragona aad Gonzalez streets Phones 6) and 372 I

health and power dwlrej. Seeking \ to win .with one of the many life, but you can no more pakt',mil Nat re "requires 'Albnmen :- which feeds upon ths ma-
tetter conditions 'a change In food Is boxes of gold or greenbacks.We touch a bribe than, you can puck\ the' :and' Phosphate of Potash germ-whit nourishes' the hair follicle -
made and Grape-Nuts and cream uat>dIn make the prediction that 'some splendor from< yonder midday sun," -FOOD. ts-i-ial' ---. ._ I

place of the fprmer:dirt. Suppose who win a prize of gold or greenbacks We usually have preach'ng! by.the FROM Other. so-called ,remedies are, not 01- Y
one quiU the meat, fried potatoes.Jtarcay will also win back health and strength gular Methodist minia4ec'n th:* tl.1ti at tbM true. cause of the dis- Order "Y'our
of half-cooked worth more to them than a wagon full and third Sabbaths of each month: rscted and WOOD
,
sticky: messes COAL -
Bre 4-! ea 9- ICE
but It announced that Rev. .
Grape-Nuts
was there Is
cats or wheat and cuts out the coffee. of money prizes. Accept substitute none.
cut out not be- able to me preUmIDarl, love will D'Alemberte fxxci. *!> >
'ry. say for breakfast a bit of fruit, a There are no For tale by W. A. 4
Sabbath in
dish: of Grape-Nuts and cream, two this statement and go at It,, and send on the third her* i druggist' and apothecary. 121 South Con um. Ice and Fuel Company.
next sermon,
5Gtt- Oiled eggs: a slice ''of ,hard toast in the list and letter b.fore, April 30, Fsbuary hence his of nejtspring. t contains these elements. Palafox; street or sand lOc In stampsfor aDd Phone 259.
to Postum Cereal Ce. utd: Bat- will ba on the first Sunday Herpklde Co. D*. Office-Comer Oace Tarragona
end a cup of Postum 'Food Coffee. 1906 .. sample to The -
Some would I tle' Creek. Mich. and let jour name 'I -
Mich.
amateur sajs "A man THQS. MoMILLAW.: ; troit v,
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Send for Book about "Motherhood

; Ii 1 rf PEOPLE and EVENTS2 i--. Are fOil to become:' mother J If,so, do jou realize: I

: th-.p-it amount of suffering that most women are
Special: to The Journal. -obligedio undergo, the pain they have to bear? If you
'JIcDavid.; Feb. 13.-Mr. W. .E. Cannon u\d--do anything to relieve that pain would you not
went to Jacksonville last week oa do it? You are a sensible 1roman.and of course
Seen Heard and Done Those c you
Among Who Go Come and
3 a business trip. e would-then read car'efnEy every word.

ii ABCORT II Mr.' W. _A. Fischer of Pensacola -. I .

f Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. g visited friends here Saturday after .Mothers Friend <

J., I "ARROWCLCTECO : noon.
[ .Mr, and Mrs. J. EL Bowman made a It a liniment so potent that it will greatly lessen the

E. NELLIE BECK. I CLCTECO SiUUXE-QUArTE* SIZES trip to Flomaton Sunday. -' ? suffering of any cae of labor, no matter how diffi
F II By Telephone 669. -
Ii 2mB I CLUETT. PEABODY i CO. Mrs. Jas, Williams of Pensacolawas .t cult. With this liniment.Motherhood is a beaaof
ss ns\SNs2ssvrvss\ s:: .,..'"'- .*keas Of CL\IETT A0 HOKAICM SHuTS but for a visit to relatives hereand dream; without it, a'nlg&tnure. No more suffering

at Bluff Springs last week.. .., 0 ,no more needless'cares,but one peaceful idea
i MR. SEBRON TILLER'S Mrs. M. Barclay returned! to Pensa,: ? .' .' motherhood U yours if you win but open your ejn

i BIRTHDAY DINNER. -- -- -. -- -- cola Sunday after a few wek3, pleas- For external use, sale, to adnnnstsr, aid
I Mr. Sebron Tiller gave a birthday 'Ihe Jot/rHO/'S Daily Fashion Feature antly spent here as theguest- ,'of c!; wonderful in results. A word to the1 vise:

dinner yesterday at the residence of Mrs. J. E. owman. "Mother's Friend. AD druggists sel: it 2..t

tig sister Mrs. A. H. Cook on Alcaniz. Mr. George Bonifay mad 'a flying" ., $1.00 per bottle. We send our boo H Motherhood !: .
:" The menu was elaborate and the trip to Brewton Sunday afternoon.Mr. .- ,.:. ,?free, if you ask for it.

i meat courses included chicken baked [ : Lenwood Williams of.Pensacola. ERABFIEID REGULATOR '00.,
.l; : and stewed, bakd red snapper and l- spent the day Sunday with his parents t Atlanta Oa.
beef with all thefr appetizing accom- I Mr. and,Mrs. J. Rl Williams. 0
1 ;jt panlaments. while the sweets jelly Mrs. O. K. Bowman returned home -
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f4t and banana cake ambrosia and wines.Mr. Thursday after a delightful visit! to --- -
t Tiller's guests were Miss Willie relatives at Tunnel Springs. Ala .........*..........*........*.......*........4GET ...

iU Jf Tiller Miss Hazel! Clarke. Miss Eliz- 1'T'\ j' Mr. A. L. Sharit our railroad agent, i

) : f ,rbeth Scholz Miss Nellie Benson: left Saturday for Cottondale where, '
Blasters Columbus Benson FrankIe he goes to spend a two weeks vaca-j\ I BUSY I

; '.TfeUter, John B. Tiller: Mr. and Mrs. ton at home. Mr. C. Bowman takes, i I

it ('ook. Mr. and Mrs. Scholz. Mr. and .. _..t\ I I his place until his return. {
:Mrs. Charles Pfeiffer. Dr. "and Mrs. t J.I Rev. J. ''. Filllngim filled his.usual, ( I' : .

i. 1 'Tiller, Mr. and Mrs. Swanson. 'I'I eleven o'clock appointment out_ atBay's ": YOU -CATCH THE BIRD, :
t -+- .I Chapel las* Sunday* Quite aj -
;; ;VALENTINE PARTY AT : large crowd being in- attendanca.Mr. I : WE'LL FEATHER THE NESTS :
4 iy 4ihIiI /
S '1 PALAFOX PARSONAGE. For Good to M. J. Rosenstein has returned -|: YOU MARRY THE GIRL,
Everything :
i M. E. church
Th ladies of Palafox from Pensacola where he spent

;j :t *cave a valentine party at the parson- ''i 1J) several days at home on ths sick list.!I: WE'LL DO THE REST. :

I 1 ege last night that was. a great auc- I I I 'f// Eat The Ladies' Aid a society lately organiztd -I],: 4 C

I icess In every way and .-ag attended here in tie M. E. church. will: We a full line of the best and most stylish :
carry
*by a large number of gI1 -u. We hold a special meeting on Wednesday
headquarters.
:.- t Miss Ru2i and Mils John Glenn 1 I I are Afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. C. t Furniture, Carpets and Stoves in the city, and the happy :

r 'deceived the guests In the hall which We carry the best. and. give Brewton. We'all' join in wishing the I: swain can.furnish a home handsomely for: his bride by :
t. t -1W3.8 beautifully decorated in ferns ai.Jemilax you the .best.service. good ladles much success .in their!,
r with festoons of hf'arts-red I 1 rNN. work. : i our BuyNowPayLater'Plan.Bedroom :

{hearts, big hearts, little hearts and HomeMade ChowChow, 15c.:. After quits a lapse of time Madam j I''
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; /"mejum sized ones." Rumor saYswe are soon to hear the)i' Suites S20and up. :
e { ,)Irs. Dick McAllister Mrs. Sallie ROSENAU' & GERElDS ringing of wedding bells in our little|, .
Chairs 75 and .
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I ,tflall. Mrs. T. J. W-ich. Mrs. J. A. village. Of course we are. all hoping cents up.
-.- I t .Jones Mrs. Robert Barnes, Miss The Fancy Grocers, to h! participants in the "cake cut Sideb ards. SIS to $65. .C
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s JEstelle and Miss! Ressie Langford. LL.u7ir7rI Phonm 391. Penacola.of ting.- '
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Window Shades. 50c and $1.00.
!I rlMJss Neil and Miss Mary Glenn Mrs. --- -- : > C

..A. E. Zelius and Mrs. F. E. Brawner of Alabama who are her-guests Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar" j 'C

r4 presided. in the dining room and seed to-day and during their stay in this Foley &: Oo... Chicago, originated : MARSTON, & QUINA :
i the light refreshments. cty.: All three of >the ladies will Roasy-and Tar as a Throat and Lmfej ,
;F The table was placed beneath a spend Thursday in -:Milton where they remedy, and oa account of the great i: .

1 brilliant festoon of hearts and' heart thecenter .ill hold a meeting. merit and popularity of-Folly's Hon. : 106V110 S.Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. :
'Jr pioce31 a large red < ey and Tar many Immitations are offered

- :d bordered of whh hearf violets and on the cn- Mr. Henry Baars and Mr.' Buckner for similar sounding names. Be- :......... .. ..o... ..................... ....:
ter the stood a vase of cut Chipley gave an.exquisitely appointed
ware of them. The genuine Foleys
t : Cowers. ',J, efghtrcourse luncheon at the Osceola,
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Tar is yellow
' Honey and a package
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All the rooms were beautifully and f Ciub yesterday for Mrs. Berry's attractive ,
; Ask for it and refuse any substltute. --
similarly decorated with ferns aaJ Miss 'Trabue and Miss -
guests
It Is 'the best remedy' for
other g nerr. Green of Louisville. D'Alemberte. Again Under the I
coughs and colds. W. .
In the parlor a program was in'formally I
presented during the evening l last for New druggist And apothecary.
-q Mr. Piaggio! left night 'LEW' HOUSE Management of
d4f! :'tis follows: York then goes to Paris, then, .to
.i4t Program. Genoa to see his relatives before returning : Mrs. Helen Lewis

tw Mrs. J. M. FHnn, piano solo. to South Africa where his 11 PONCe DeLEOlMSpecial :
Miss Beasle Langford, vocal solo. business interests, are. Ii New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated'Es'Ji"eciallj
Mhs .Langford. piano solo. -.

Mrs. Dick McAllister, vocal solo. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Moog left l last; Convenient for Transient Trade.

t Miss Vera Fulghum, recitation. night for Montgomery Ala. to attend
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I to The Journal. OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, PENSACOLA FLORIDA.
tI1 Miss Nell Richards vocal solo. the wedding of their niece Mt;s,
DeLe Feb. 13. Mr. John
Ponce
-41 FOR MILADY COOK. i I Leonye Moog' and .Mr. Dan Oppethimer n. ,
EVERYONE CORDIALLY which takes. place this even L. Jackson..apromlnent..and prosper: -
.t :: INVITED TO BOTH. Nowadays when housewife wraps and falling In graceful folds 'below ing. ous merchant Vernon Fla..' was === -- --

Everyone is cordially Invited to attend are the fashion, tlv amateur housewife I that point. Loose shirt sleeves that transacting business in town on Wed along Its line who are now destitute of

L the meeting in the interest of gives much attention to her uni- will slip on easily over: any ordinary Give your '.dafnti'jjesserts; and con- l1esd y. mail facilities many of waom now
:iL the Womarfs Foreign :Missionary Society form of service; that Is, the aprcns dress sleev, are a feature and the tedious the- "BIue" Ribbon "Flavor." The board of'county commissioners have [ogm re' h n'sIx'miles to get

. In the Palafox M. E. church thi and sleeves that furnish them in the' apron may be cut with a scuara neckor Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon ,Va I have contracted for the rebuilding, of their mails by giving them the advantage -

afternoon at 3 o'clock, followed by area kitchen. This apron may be made a high neck and colljfr, as the nilla. Absolutely 'pure. Goes twice' the three public bridges in the north- of a dally mail delivered almost
; <3on of social conversation with quite attractive 03 a ball frock one wearer chooses. If cut with a high far. ern pan' of town with Mr. H. D. at their doors. This'will pac3! -another .
jcuslc, and other features. girl says, and. indeed, they often have I neck, many housewives win find' this as "- McDonald and he is now hauling the excellent aricultural communityin

; A cordial invitation Is extended as better lines and form than many ofi over-all apron a sufficiently! satisfactory necessary material to do the work; closer touch with. the. outside -
4 t well to a service of like nature in the i I the costume models. With the revival I garment for the morning work MRS. BARNETT The' board of county tommlssonersbave : world. -
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'j4, Gaa'sden 3!. E. church at 7:30 this jof circular effects In skirts, w.s find a hour. It taking the place of a house established a new public Toad Mr. Z. D. Adalr of Milligan. has

4 ; evening and to a reception which will circular cut "over-air apron, as it is wrapper or shirt-waist suit. It oar leading frccn a point in the vicinity! bought an .Interest In 'the .mercantile! AND

fellow at the parsonage on Jackson calleo; this giving a comfortable,1 talnly has the advantage of colness in PLEASING, RECITAL of Scotts mills to this place and the 'business of Mr. A., IZ Moore. These
3treet. I smooth effect over the bust and back warm weather. -
road Is now being opened. This road two associates have' also bought out
. -4.4. will supply a long felt. want to .the Dr. E. P. Webb' stock of r edcn; s, pUpJ

.. MISS REHFIELD'S ENTERTAINMENT AT' LIBRARY traveling public. drugs etc., and,'moved same to their
CARD Sarah Kahn cut for the consolation dinner Sunday including their eon I .
., ; Miss PARTY.Pauline I Miss Bloom winning It, Miss Blanche :Mr. W. A. Bond of Blue Springs Ala.; i i "y A petition bas been .circulated and store. .
Rehfleld entertained a HALL WAS A GREAT SUCCESS the requsife number of signatures obtained
Pfeiffer the
: party of frlf'.nd8Ith capturing very amusing Mr. and \11'5. W. T. Abbott and Mr! -
cards at Hotel !
bcoby which was accompanied by an William Bryant of Century and thir to establish In the district A WORM KILLER. ,
r Escambia. from 3 to 6 Monday after- IN EVERY WAY.
, t coon in a perfectly} delightful II original verse that was written in the daughter Mrs. Mead Wilson of this north' of' this place a rural route to J. A. J. Montgomery Puxico"Wayne
way. be supplied from' Ponce
I Mrs. Lep Hirschman won the first witty hostesses best vein. city. DLeon and Co.. Mo., writes; "I have little; twin
. After the game Miss Rehfield treated It is now believed: the route wilt be ''EVERY DOUBT SQUEEZED OUT
girls! who have been bothered with
prize and Miss ,
Pearl Bloom and .Mies j The recital glvon at Library HaUMonday established. This! -established ; "
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her to luncheon at the route
guests The Gnttman-Pettersen' wedding Mrs. J. B. Barnett I worms all their lives. I tried everything If your purchases of drugs, chemicals -
Kandy Kitchen where another jolly takes place this evening at the home night SUCCE'SS'by in I: wpuld greatly' benefit the farmers to relieve them which failed until proprietary remedies, toilet ar-
was a great every way. I
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time was enjoyed.The of the bride's parents: Mrs. Barnett's inimitable style of read. --- ---- I used White's Cream Vermifuge; des prescriptions on your doctors
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visitors Miss
present were the''firt: two doses brought four order. are made here. there's nev*>-
the entire
(Pearl! Bloom and Miss Meta Rosenauof Ing in comedy provoked '
The Everett-Roberta wedding takes from' of them, the doubt of douM
audience to laughter while on the worms one next a first quality never a
Louisville. Ky.. Miss Blanche PfeifCT -
place this evening at the residence of her power'to'' two doses, twelve one of th m meas- as to your getting the exact artirl
hand deep
other own
of Cincinnati and Miss Maud Men- '
the bride's parents on East Garden. others It uring twelve inches; the other chd!: :youi want never a doubt as to our *
< of made
ko of Atlanta. feel the. \\oes possible -|j
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was only relieved of four worms. Its liability! and there
the dramatic! accuracy care yet
The other guests were Mrs. Sydney for her to portray
Mrs. J. Muldon's friends regretto ( a most excellent m diclne." White's nevar a doubt to the fairness of Its
the in most touching
Kahn. Mrs. IL P. Newman Mis Sarah parts on program a -
learn that she is ill. Her delightfully Fox Cream Vermifuge fs good for chil: price W9 make. Should be no doub
Kahn, Mrs. Max J. Heinberg Mrs manner. .readinss were River ,
Ike Heilbron Mrs. Sam Isaacs Mrs. interspersed with music and] dren. It not only! destroys worms. It as to the wisdom: of dealing with us.
The neighborhood Euchre will meet talt"nt.Irs.. Lawrence helps the child to perfect growth:
Lep Hirschman. singing by local -
with Mrs. Osgood Anson on Thursday Williams wards off sickness. Sold' by all druggists .! HOOTON'S' PHARMACY
-+- Green .anl :Miss Julie ,
Instead of Friday.Rev. .
MR. TACHOIR WINS rendered a beautiful selection on. the .
-I The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.
ARKANSAS BRIDE. : and Mrs. Nell Roberts
piano Sandys-j;
Father Glllan of Mobile arrived I PHONE 1100.
iPensacola! friends of the groom-elect l ky and Miss Lillian Gladden rendered'the NOTICE.
last to Clover I
evening b? the honored Hill
have received the following invitations guestof Mr. and Mrs. ibm B. Gutt. sweetest of cuticle In so:!;. i Three-fourths of one per cent pen-I

-which will be read with Interest man for the marriage of their, daugh The entire entertainment was greatly -] alty is now added to all unpaid
by the many acquaintances of the ter. a appreciated demonstrating the] Rmeber tihfs when. sending-In the!'
popular former Pensacolian who will G power of talent and the possibility oft I amount. Carnival Costumes

af unite In congratulations.: Miss Maud Staples has returned to development in both 'music and elocu J. C. WHITING

Mr. Samuel Burton Adams her home In Roberts, Fla. from a visitto tion. : I City Tax'' Collector. WILL BE FOR RENT
honour of '
the
requests her sIster .Mrs. M. R. Wilkinson. Fancy Dress for Ladies and Gens,
t Mr. and Mrs. Edward Preston family's Doan's Regulets cure constipation
; Lydia E. PInkham's at th' ofhis liver Butter In Velvet, Cambric, etc.
preeence .marriage Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D'Alemberte the stomach, stimulate the promote -;
Vegetable Compound i daughter Etta Sibleyto gave a lovely card party Monday night digestion and appetite; and ea'syj! $25 REWARD also

for their house guest' I1&a' Winkter of passage of the bowels. Ask your druggist -] Comical Masks Stockings, Gloves,
? 1 is a positive cure for all those Felix '
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i painful Mr. Tachior. Jr., Alabama. for them. -" cents a box. False Moustaches Hair Goodsat
ki4 ailments of women. It will entirely on the afternoon. of Wednesdaythe
: t: cure the\vorst forms of Female Com twenty-first of February I' f
t i: plaints. Inflammation and Ulceration. Nineteen hundred and six Dr. and" Mrs. J. H. Pierpont have a

Falling Spinal and Displacements Weakness. and is peeuliprty consequent -. at Christ four Church o'clock fine afternoon young and son; is who named arrived Andraw Tuesday Warren THE: TOURIST 35c 1bJHOur : : Mrs. Nordstrom's HHIinery! ,

adapted to the Change of Life. Little Rock. Arkansas. for his maternal grandfather.Mrs. CLUB TO MEET'ENTEf.T 'No. 11 E. Intendencia St.

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rarely cure.
' Tb5 name of the invited guest Is E. Mead' Wilson and Masters

. & Backache. written which always gives! the touch Frank and Meads have returned froma .
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'1 t:v. JtTiaa: cured more oases" of Female of personal to the interest self respect that at of once the appeals recipient. visit to her parents at Bluff Springs.Mr. I NMENT _COMMITTEE_ : I

'-, Weakness than any other remedy the butter is always,,;@sh
;.j world bas ever known. It is almost infallible :. .Wi .A, Bond and 'wife ,of .Blue MET YESTERDAYND ARRANGED .' I coming In soecial refrig.
:? 2! % In such cases. It dissolves andexpels MEMORIAL MEETINGAT -+- Ridge:, Ala., who have been visiting erated shipments, and HIGH QUALITY 1 1I
INTERESTING
relatives] at Bluff Springs left AN
Tumors in an early stage of ELEVEN O'CLOCK. for yesterday I ,being kept in a specially I
home.
,development. ThatBearingtfovn
ml PROGRAM.A constructed refrigerator.And .
The Memorial Association: will me
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Feelingeantinp this morning at 11 o'clock (and tl There was a delTgbtful dance at the J you k"ow what the FOODS i

'4t1 : ,.- pain weight and headache is at ten as stated yesterday), with Mrs. Progress Club last night preceded bya I I : meeting of the entertainment I Fox River Brand is. I J I

liastatitly relieved and permapentljwared'by Thornton. brief musical and literary program.. committee of tha Tourists' Club was .
its Under all circum- WARRANT for the arrest of this wo.
?Ij. use. -+-
held yesterday ct the following pro !
I stances it acts in harmony with the DEATH OF MRS. VINCENTIN ;frs.. L. E. Nobles returned Monday for the ,'- i man. She Is about 26 years: of age. WELLCOOKED
adopted meeting .. .
I f female system. It corrects APALACHICOLA. evening from Pine Barren accompanied of gramme the club was be held Wednesday i ",- _. ,;, ;.:..- weighs 135 pounds, thick dark hair
Mr. James! Dooley received! a telegram l by Mrs. Stroud and Mrs. Bar- to !! high forehead. brown eyes, five feet I Ij I
t Irregularity, yesterday announcing the deathof February 14, at 2:30 p. m: j t high, wears No. shoes. ', upper teeth and served In the most attractive
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i .. First. Address Frank L.. Mayes
j4 nppreseed or Painful Periods, Weakness his grandmother Mrs. M. A. Yin- -- by gold filled and one crowned tooth. She, and tempting manner
*j of the Stomach Indigestion,Bloat. (,cent of Apalachicola. who passed president of the Chamber of Com.], has long fingers with round nails.' Oar 35 cent merchants!lunch

11 lug Nervous Prostration, Headache : away at one o'clock Tuesday morning --, merce.' Then a general handshakingand Plump of figure and: "fairly'pretty, Her: from 12 to tf p. m. is having a
h General Debility. Also i, after a long illness. I A business meetIng: after whch! arrangements Sol CahniCo1.: (maiden name was Thompson which great run.
will be", made for excursion i.
an
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:t b Dizziness Faintness Mr. Dooley'a mother Mrs. Annie A. ,name she has possibly assumed. .
p iKroley of this city went to Apalachicola ., LIVE I IFACT' out on the" gulf on the Monarch Wire sheriff at DeFunlak Springs,I

; \ Extreme.. Lassitude. don't-care n and last week called there by hermother's I Florida;' f 23,00: .reward, fpr the child.!
M excitability
want-to-be-left-alone feeling .
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condition. ,
critical 1 Fisher Monroe Douglas. This woman !
Irritability, nervousness sleepleune&s. WILL The Food Hot -Biscuits Coffee and
They have the sincere sympathy of PENSACOLA EAGLES Pure Store, Florence Wood, kidnapped hIm'from''
L F 5 o'clock every
. the Doughnuts 'at
: melancholy or
flatulency their firien.$. and thosewho 1 23 CANDIDATES SUNDAY
many HAVE Freeport FJa: on"the night of September -
These Corning.
and backache.
blues, are I
: $4 aW-e indications of Female Weakness, I II' had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Vincent POSTUMis 6tb 1905. The child Is 6_years old,i!i

.some derangement of the org n.s'or during hervisits to her daughter, i iI The Pensacola Aerie. No. 1293. F. 0.. S uUi.tst Comer Palates and I"t'"d'ild fair .skin, light balr; has Upper'forei -
I' a
)> here, will profoundly regret her passing E.. will meet Sunday night at 7:30 teeth rotted'off:, very plump; weight!!

: Kidney Complaints away. a food beverage-' I i o'clock February 18, ,in K. of P. hall. about 50 pounds: very bright child.i:,
Sh=* will be remembered by the! There will be 23 candidates for ..Initiation both
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paid ways
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stimulant.Read Expenses "delivering Kitchen Cafe
= Backache of fitter MJO the Vegeta Coffee a I Kandy
'- Compound is unequalled. elder Pensacolians u' a resident of'I' and a* full attendance 'is re, Phones I 1 child to DeFunlak Springs) Fla. In addition .: ,

:::IA can write Mr ., IinMiam% about this city about twenty years ago. The.Road to 'WellvlUe.in ." quested. *: t t1M. to tne $25' reward." I
IAand -- : v c. M. CASTON; .; I
i pkgs., H. A OOUGtAfI.I:
In strictest confidence.X. i 999I
; Mr. and Mrs. F R Bond of Bluff I .. B, FRASTC Worthy .... Father of the child 104 S.Pabfox. Phone
: ,ri>KUAX _E8. CO., LrB, V uL Sprin-rs entertained quite a party at Acting Worthy Secretary. Pres.t DeFunlak Springs. Fla.j

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100 PER CENT REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND;' &, WATSON I :

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WHICH COMES OVER : INSURANCE Successor to Thos. C. Wilson 6 Co.
Youv.4 by
Investing in lots on East Hill. I .

: bad havi e on a terms large that number you will!which never can miss.ba Theisen-Biilding.,, : Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency L

> V WHEN SEARCHING FOR. A. HOME YOU CAN CALL $1.00 cash! and 50 cents per week. .
I \ CAN BE,ALTC" These lots $50.00. -
'I 1 > ,, SULTING Us. BY-CON. 15- lots in New City! 'Tract, eaca 40 List of Desirable Property for Sale.

: $225000 -' 1132, for .* .. .. ....$375 A desirable -
piece of property on Palafox street; a splendid ,
It' .4 will buy a block near Stoddart's. 'A 17 lots fronting' railroad; splendid Investment; must #> at once.$10,000.00

'WE WILL SAVE YOU K-_ beautiful location for a borne and an investment.. ,.. .. .. .$1250 Seven dwellings, and a dwelling and store building with very

.. excellent bargain. Only offered. far a 6>lots .near ,car, Una' '.on East Hill 1 27fLr.k near half a block of ground. situated on :a very desirable corner .

few days. U15" near business district; a splendid investment.. .. .. .. ..$6300.00

TWIE AND MONEY $900.00 5 room dwelling. 22 lots., block 108. W.; K... .$875 Very desirable quarter of block on North: Hill, convenient to -
$1500.00 modern 5 room dwelling READING OUR LISTof street car line.$5600.00One
Lot 54x126: : W. Romana St., close -
: East 11111. of the most desirable building lots on North Hill front-
f 'ffl. In.. ,., -.' ..$4000
AND GIVE YOU TIPS ON ilEAC ESTATE $1550X)0) property renting $21600 Beautiful.p :little tome on East. Hill properties on our books Is like the ing south, near car line, on corner 100 by 150, for a few days $3700.00 -
THAT .
WILL per year. beginning of one of Washington'.cam.paJ.gns. Desirable two.story new dwelling four lots
with
on. corner on
.I BE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET. MAKE: ARRANGE- Caroline.: i....:.........$3150 He looked over the map, North Hill.$3700.00

1 ...,. vfJ; MENTS, TO BUVA HOME, AND DOT- NOW. WE'' liESLIE 5 [lots E. Jackson; .' St. ,on car 'line, from it decided what place he wanted, Two story dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street:

f.:3": / CAN START :YOU RIGHT. ..,..., v_,' *L -.- : p- E. BROOKS corner 9th ave........ ...... ,$2600 and then set out to capture it. good: neighborhood.$3250.00 -

i'i I Lots in blocks, 113; 125 170 and 270. YOU CAN DO BETTER, Comfortable one story dwelling on OeVilliers street near '

REAL ESTATE .BOUGHT. AND SOLD New: City Tract' from$100'\up. Read our list, pick out the place you Garden street with large lot...... ...$3250.00 1 -
: 'Pensacola I 2 stores and 2 dwellings, corner of want, and then come here and get it Twenty-five lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets, splendid -
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Investment Company RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY i ii Coyle and Belmont rents $684.00 ,per without anx trouble. Prices and investment for a few days onl) .' .. ..$3275.00 .

i year, good interest on your money terms will not bother you If you act The north half of block 67, :New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137

.' *. ". 0UMBERTE City Manager.J i LOANED. .' :.....$4250 under our advice.McDavi4Hyer. feet Havana six inches each; one block. from electric car line, and on
.$2000.00
k h[J-*, WHJKKOWLES, Prtjldent R. j. SMPSON. Sacrettry.li 204w 8. Palafox 8t. Fisher Building. 6, room 'cottage 2 ''lots, corner 13th Company{ Two story dwelling at No. 1005 North Davis street with large -
street and 16th avenue
J. E. SULLMAN, V..P'res.an4 Cen Manater. KNOVfizs BTZR Treajonr.Kael I ; very desirablefor .. .$2000.00 -
investment
i home or .$1750 Agents New York Six room, story and a half dwelling with two acres of groundin

Estate, Loans, Ce.oya I.weat.ent. Board and Rooms. 12 room 2% story well built house, Life Insurance Company. western suburbs... .. ... .. ..$1200.00 -

modern improvements, large barn, out 8 E. Government Street Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street 80 by 132

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola* Florida. NDCELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent houses and new ;store building on Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. feet six inches fronting south convenient to car line.......$ 575.00 -

suitable for light housekeeping, 500 corner 36x74; beautiful location pecan Two story dwelling on East D3Leon street with large lot..$ 850.03
W. Gregory. llfeblw and shade trees lot 137x200; owner Comfortable one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620 -

leaving city, desires to close out For: Sale., .North Coyle .$ 800.00
Nice furnished front.room, southern all property including stock of goods.If Two cottages on West Zarragossa street splendid renting prop- '

HELP WANTED D. HALE WILSON exposures. half block from Palafox. you want bargain and good store HORSES' AND MULES-McMillan & erty.- .... #... ....1250.00 -
6 CO. Apply 32 ,EL Gregory. llfeblw busJnt:8s.see': us about this: Turton have Just received a car Money to loan in amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per cent :
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'ED-'A'good house girl. App FOR 5 acres north of city railroad front load of horses and mules from Tennessee Interest '
pI'! W. Gonzalez St. 14feb3t REAL ESTATE, RENT-Furnished or" unfurnished age several bullcL'11gs'on property and the latter can be seen at Those having property desiring to sell same, would find It to-the'r!
1- 6 room cottage on Big Bayou, $6500. Pou's stables on West [Intendencla St. advantage to place same in our hands as we have disposed of about
W.'ED.Lady or gentleman of RENTS AND LOANSWe .near car line facing the water. Address \' lOfeb $30QOOO'worth in the past 60 days. If you have funds to loan consult
education to travel for firm of P O..BOX Lovely 2 story 8 room, all modern '
fair 364 Pensacola Fla.lOfeblw uSIf you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want fire Insurance .
150000 capitaL Salary $1.072 perea improvements V very, large lot East I FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co. are ; or if you want to buy a piece 'of property and don't know woo -
.' > payable weekly. Expenses advanced Hill; bargalr to one who wants elegant agents for the famous .Corno Hen owns same consult us. -
have the following special bargains FOR RENT.-One I I home'-t' sacrifice..... -
Address Geo. G. Clows, Pen- In nicely furnished a"< $1500I Feed. Finest thing in the world to ,
sacoia, Fla. 13feb2t few days very only.desirable; .real ,estate. fora room at 24 West Romana St. Phone I 5 lots (corner) and.cottage. in.vicinity make hens lay. Keeps 'em In good '

WANTED-Good bookkeeper. Address SPECIAL BARGAINS. 548. 9eblw. North .- $2750 condition too. 7feb: HOOTON & WATSON ,

No 44, care Journal.: Only 2 lots In block 170. New City. 80x137 ROOMS with or without board by dayor I 4 room house and.2 lots West King FOR SALE CHEAP AT WARRING- PHONE 54. .
:
,good man need 'aoply. 13feb feet,.on car line-,-. '.. .. .. \-. $400.00 week. Apply Mrs. W. F. Williams. Tract, just the'pl&cefor a good color TON-One four room house with 34SOUTHPALAFOXSTREEr. ,
ed .. ...........
family -$500
3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads .- 304 S. Alcanlz St 9febw 'front and back gallery: only one year
'TVA.NTBD-Good -white woman to help den street. .. .. .. .. .. .. $$1,000.00 Cottage'on B..Gadsden St.. ..$1500 old. Apply to G. It Wilkins.
run depot hotel at Century. Address 5 lots fronUng Toledo square in New NICELY FURNISHED front room for I We make loans on real estate. and SfebSw"

J B. Mancil Century. Fla. lOfeblw City ..,.- ..' .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00One rent with without 'board. Apply Insure your property.. FOR RENT i Miscellaneous : III
WANTED-Men everywhere; good 5-room house, with bath and at41_ W. Chase. 9feb2w FOR SALE.-South half block %11, ; -.----.---.------ ----.- -- -. .
sewer connection. in fronting 400 feet on 13th street by FOR RF.'n'-Two: story residence -. '
pay-pais circulars. tack signs-no gas every room; H. PORTER sallmaker, 716 Souttt
steady. Continental Dis- nice neighborhood.: If taken at PLEASANTLY situated rooms to rent I 107% feet on Bay lew Park; also with all modern conveniences, cor-I Palafox street Orders taken
forttents.
canvassing
-tribuUng Co.. Chicago. 9feblw* ,once, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00 Apply at 111 W. Chaaa St 8feb2w south half of block 21%. fronting 400" ner Spring and Strong Sts. awnings camp stools and housa
L. S. BROWN & CO.
-- -- 6 houses In block 17, West King FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED feet on 14Lh St.. by 137% feet on Bay H. Turner. 9teb.FOR cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan.:
"WANTED Three short goods solicitors Tract renting $30.00 per month. Will rooms for rent, with privilege of i View Park. The only property adjoin. RENT.' -Elegant 2-story g-room .

Solomon Furniture Co. Sfeb lend n.ooo.oo of necessary, .. $2600.00All light house keeping at 254 E. Gregory. "WE SELL LOTS" i ing Bay View Park that is now for cottage at318. West Belmont St. Apply THE wholesale' DAVIS and MANUFACTURING retail -
of these propositions are bargains Phone 557. 6feb2w sale. The beautiful view down the to Walter Ingraham at Star Laun manufacturers' -
'WAo."TED-Boy who can milk cows I dealers. In
will be held I down the bay and cotton mattresses and i-
attend to horses and do workaround and 'open for a few bayou and can never beobstructecS. dry. 25jan
bed springs. Second hand
-.nysonly. TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104 : .. A. V. CTubbs. aojlyAUTOMOBILES. furniture '
premise Apply 501 W. Excellent warehouse location on .N. Spring St. Good location. Special For SaleFOR I FOR RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom bought and sold. Upholstering and repairing -,
.Chase, feb7 .-I am agent for the Star a specialty. 114 E.
railroad track very cheap. rates to parties or clubs. Apply in new Laundry Belmont V
'A..vrEIManager for branch office Good 8 per cent nortgages on hand. Mrs. W. J. Williams 222 N. Spring St. SALE OR RENT-60 acre farm; ; Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos E. Garden street Apply bUlldlng.1 St.. city. Phone 77L C. T. D wi5. J-
we wish to locate here in Pensacola.Addren Best kind of investments. 3/janlm( 5 miles from city on 'Brent road: 7, from $500.00 up. They cost less than graham, Star Laundry. 22dec.: Mgr. 17Janlm'Timber -
all fenced in 5 fields 2 horses to keep up. They can be run
room house ; ;
with references. The MorriS
Property in all parts of city vacantor A. R. BINQHAM has storage room for
FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for story barn good water mall box on In sand or anywhere a horse can go.
Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. Improved, wanted and for sale. rent suitable for furniture or other
rent with without Brooks.
E.
or board. No the land. Address 'Tarm, care Leslie
6feblm 104 and 106 South
TarragonaSt.
30'S.'Palafox St light housekeeping. Apply 310 West Journal. 13feblw*, JUST RECEIVED-Large stupment of goods. Phone 630 SOnov lands
:ANTED.-Boy about sixteen to Gregory. 'Jan21-lmq*
learn glazing. Apply Saunders Mill Phone 234. I FOR SALE-We. will sell the exclusive -! imported Olive OIL Retail by pint j.

Co.. 29 Eut Garden. ISJanWANTED. !: BOARD AND LODGING-New ,furniture right. to manufacture and sell i gallon or ship larger chandlers quantity. G. Morasso Miscellaneous
& Co. and1
large clean rooms. Terms rea our household!garbage burner in the grocers 701
.-100 laborers wages 11.50 WantedWANTED. sonable. Apply Mrs. C..C. Brock, 105 state of Florida to the right parties. For' South PalafoL 4oct For

per day. Apply; factory of Goulding East Intendencla_ St 'ISjanlm prices, information and description of, FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs; VTAVI-The patrons of the "Viavi Sale

:Fertilizer Co. 14Jan .-The public to know that device apply to Domestic Garbage i sired by Duke,tit. Florida, 68923 out Traetment" are cordially invited to

old newspapers can be bought at WANTED.-A.few boarders, at.212 W Burner Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 58544. call at Hotel Southern Mondays and .
this office for five cents a bundle. They Gregoy. New house good neigh. ISfeblw. : All guaranteed with registrations and Frioiays! from 2 to p. m., where they
WANTED are all clean and nice.WANTED.Electric borhood and on car line.. .12anlm* / ; pedegrees. Carl Setterlind Chipley can meet the representative- Mrs. H. We have them. Several splendid,
f SALFor' 2
FOR a few days only
P. .1oth. 'febUlm.I
Fla. large
26nov. :_ and small turpentine locations
work of all ROOMS TO RENT, with without the, Hagerman resi-
kind. or lots opposite Saw
I-OSmON WANTED position as Mills and Saw mill locations.
Let us clean your fans. resair your board, 23 E. ,Garden. ,ISJanlm dence. New City 62500.' Fine location FOR: SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers will] tune and repair pianos and organs Some
Good references. Address excellent bargains in large
bookkeeper. and do first
dynamo, do jour wiring etc. Pa>na for a home. Apply B. F. Wolfe.Citizen's at five cents a bundle. This of. as cheap as any one
X. Y. Z.. care JournaLllteblw' NICE FURNISHED ROOMS'fQr: rent fi ce. class work only. My phone Is 802-2 and small tracts of round and boxed t -
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570. Pensacola: Electric Co.. 205 S Bank. ISfeblm timber lands. -
Newly furnished clean and nice, rings. Orders promptly! attended to. -
"'E'D-TJoan Inoneionyour Baylen. _ near postoffice. Apply at 128% E Fresh milch r cows: for sale. Applyat FOR SALE-200 acres good farm lan.t. Conrad Scott Large tracts of Mississippi Delta ,
:W.A I SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer Davison's farm., Roberts, Fla. 2% miles southeast of Chipley. In SH1P"CHAND1ERS and Hardwood lands.
and household -McKinzie Oert-
personal; property i -1 feblllw Washington county no waste land 30 Splendid Hat of valuable propertyand
-Highest price paid for gent'sclothing ; ;
7ja.nlm.OM ing & Co.. wholesale and retail.shipchandlers
goods. Mdbile Loan Co.. corner: Jefferson -] only. Also sell second hand acres 'ready for cultivation. Good fine location for a Colony or Stock
North between
FOR SALE-Block Hill first-class
and
and Zarragossa Sts. I goods. No 9 E.. Intendencia. newspapers at five cents bundle Baylen and-son Spring or will lime rock quarry on premises. For house of kind grocers In Pensacola.only (Fair Farm i la South East Georgia. :
Sfeblm at this office.! They are all clean fir Improved property down further: particulars address Mrs. L. Some of the choicest residence $
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby exchange prices to all.
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places the of
Wiselogle, Marianna. Fla. beautiful little city
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing and nice. town. Apply 119 W. Gadsden: St., l7ianlm'FOR ;
the Mayes Printing Co, 24 W. FLORID.CURIOSITIESSea.. shells, DeFuniak Springs, Fla.. and in )Milton
and Cleaning! Club. 118 N. Palafox Fen&acola Fla. llfstolw
Government. _Phone 181. Only the BAY HOTEL.-open night.and day. SALE.-Second hand Babcock
shell wood novelties. leather -
Bt. Mrs, T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat best of work. Idee European plan. Rooms light and THE GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns buggy, rubber'tires, in first-class goods jewelry, Pensacola., souvenirs live and, Fla.Our prices and terms are reason ;--,
ronage solicited; satisfaction guaranteed clean. Transient trade solicited. lessftS, and gives you more light condition For information telephone I
WANTED.-Hauling and transfer stuffed Alligators Goods packed able.Cal $
Careful attention given la1ies'garments
: 575-579 PalataL Jas. S. 'Nicolau for 1 tees money than any lamp yet No. dlFOR on or write to us.
Phone 1222. Sfeb work. Office phone 363: residence ready: for shipment. Mrs. C, N. )1<:-1
phone 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. Prop. made. Try it aotf see for your self. SALE.-Most beautiful residence Clure, Opera House Building 107 r
POSITION WA--rED-By competent Tarragona St. 25mar. Booklets free. Call up 380 and ask block in Pensacola, overlooking the Government st. .
bookkeeper either as bookkeeper, about\ them. 28 East Government !bay and Bayou .Texar. Magnificent TURNER&AYMARDReal
clerk or collector. Have had six WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer For Sale street. F. B. Bruce.febibim.. lire oak. magnolia and other shade Corno Hen >Feed will make your
Co. wants your moving and hauling hens lay and keep them in a health/
}'ears experience. Can give good reference -
trees. Ideal location for home
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NORMANS PILLS.-Just received hotelor Estate and
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor condition. Try it. For sale by the
Address A.
Journal
:14 feb St'WANTEDYou care sen. Prop. Phone 978. lijuneim.MAT1'RESS FOR SALE-Household furn4t re. Apply 55.600 Compound Cathartic. For sanitarium. A. C. Binkley. Lewis Bear Co. 7feb:>> Abstract Company
419 E. Intendencia St ',14feblw. sale at The Alligator and West End FOR SALE-House at Goulding on ,
to Corno Hen RENOVATED. New Saloons. 15novlm hard road 4 bath H. PESHON Is still at the same place 0 Eci I II I. CfFinlzk -
use tick furnished if desired. All doneIn FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock rooms and kitcn- 14 W. Intendencla. Shoes made to Sprlegs, Florida
iFTeed. This makes your hens lay FOR-SALE-First class grocerY6tore en; nice stable. Strictly cash. M.
order on short notice. Leave ready for $1.50 ,
good cockerels yard to order all kinds> of repair work. .
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and fattens them. Try it. For sale Green & Watson. Phone and meat market in connection.fixtures S. Borras, Standard ,Oil Go's office -
orders at $3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty 250. Mrs. 6f b2w* "
by The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb for leave Pensacola, Fla. :
etc. Reason selling SOJanlm
193. 4feblm Lizzie B. Hughes CJxipley! if'.. L14feblm $1200
WANTED-Everybody in Pensacolato / ing the city. Address.. O. Box 697. FOR SALE.-If you have J8.000 to in- J. H. Logan Upholsterer and chair
WANTED-To loan money on your Clocks repaired. Give me ,
7feb. Caner. For.a five room housebalh-and hall -
know that the Y. M. C. A. build : vest.in a saw mill proposition worth
watches, Jewelry and personal ef TYPEWRITERS hand for ycur old chairs to cane. All work East Hill, $400 cash. A %
keep on on bargain 1
ing was built of brick made by the FOR SALE-3 acres land on Town $10.000 write Lock Box 26, DeFuniak ,
fects. Highest cash price for old gold guaranteed. 206 Tarragona street. ;
Fox for location. .
sale The Underwood. Smith '
Pensacola Brick Co., and they are pre & Point,opposite city near marine ways. Springs Fla. This will stand th" 4feb-10ts
and silver. Llghtman Klein 106 E. block
Premier and Blickensderfer Typewrit. One whole on West Hill $5S .
pared to furnish you. J. S. Walton, $300 cash; deep water frontage. Address closest investigation and the first man a
Mgr 6feb Wright Ifeb ers. Sold on easy terms or rented.. Land care Journal. lOfeo with tna money gets It. No time to NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible Two lots opposite Mr. Hagerman. -
W-ANTED-To buy old gold and silver All makes of machines cleaned ,and waste with agents or trlfters. 24Jan for debts contracted by $&00., -.
M VTTRESSES made to order;. old broken up stuff regardless of repaired. Work guaranteed Pbon, ro SALE QUICK 00 high back the captains of the schooners Kate Three lots corner car line and Gads

mattresses renovated and new tick sizes. Cash paid. Lightman &Klein 380.F.. B. Bruce, 28 East; Government cane bottom chairs. Will sell all FOR SALE:-One choice block on top Fay, Alabama or Sallie,Guy. H. Jer- den St.. $960. ,
furnished if desired. Ring phone 771 106 E. Wright lfebLOaT -Hfeljlm' or portion) of them cheap. Jos. Roth, of the ridge east .of the electric nigan. owner Portland Fla. 3feblm Six room cottage, E. Wright St..
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or call at 114 E. Belmont St 2feblm Tarragonna and Government Sts.lOfeb. railway !between: 7th and 8th streets. $1350. -
WANTED.-ReH EstaTe foT sale or FOR SALR-10 room house comer Nautre has favored this section and it This is to certify that the Ferry .
lot 3 blocks from Palafox lot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Pass Inspectors and Shippers Association -
rent sex cannot
leasa Your business -
or exchange. line. For FOR SALE-Two or three wagons, are not responsible for the C. R. YAEGER .
191 car particulars
respectfully solicited. J. A Wilon. on Inquire drays and horses cheap if taken FOR SALZ.Nice.clean newspapers boom receipts of their inspection
Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gov- LOST-Monday, about;: 3:30: P. m.. be- of Standard Clothing' Co. 9jan within a few days.. Phone 614 or apply for sale. Only 5c a bundle. They I following: Receipt No. 1347 of G. D. 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686. -

prnment afreet. Room 7, Salisbury twet Chase street and -the Gem FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. make: good wrapping paper and are Robbins; receipt No. 1348 of Feagln! ,
building. Phone 172. 3Jan Book Store,:a young lady's photograph property in all parts of ,thecity. SALS-Beautiful block in New Just the thing to put under matting. I and Hassell; receipt No.1295 of Chas. --- .- --r' I.

WANTED-Position as stenographer 'to, not Journal framed.office: Reward.Knowles. for return -J.'A. Wilson & Co. Real Estate Agents; FOR City. Tract No. 312. For cash "00. FOR- SALE-7'room ,house at Gould- Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Inspectorsand FOR SALEBeach -
.or Association by J. T. i-
b) lad> of experience. Good references Bros. Phone 22. 13feb Room 7. Salisbury building.: Phone Apply'. to A. M. McMillan. Court Honsa. I iD'l."ApplY to F.14.. Askergren. I Shippers Jan281m

Address L. M.., care Journal 11%. 23Jan lang ;Goulding,. Fla. 28Janlm Harper. Pres. .. .. Haven, the coming suburb ofPensacola. tj
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lOfeblw LOST-A petition containing numberof DRESSMAKING: Ajice w. Merman Extensive Improvements
WANTED signatures of value to no one but has opened .a first-class dressmaking i to be made this year; street car line
-Your repair work. Best owner.. Reward for return to Journal shop at her residence E. guaranteed in the near future. J35.00) .
material uswl; work guaranteed; office. 9feb Intendenda. Ladies" invited to calL3ljan3w' ''tor beautiful waterfront lots. This
work called for and delivered. Ring price for a short Urns only. For fur ..
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Mono 1210. L. H. Peshon. Shoemaker Some Good Real Estate Investments and Homes. ther particulars call on or write to

and Repairer S. W. corner Bay- Money to Loan.; STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ J. M. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO. .
3e" and Inteadenria Sts. 6feb2wWANTED Rogers muter Passengers and
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows We make a special offer of 7-room and hall house on the southwest corner of.16th street and 18th avenue Freight service between Pensacola.! ] -

.-All kInds of electrical money 'from Jno. A. Hall &: with 5 lots. This is an ideal!" surbnrban home, fruit trees, stables, windmill and tank, water throughout and Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street I i I ; aiiiW;

*ork, I sell all kinds of electrical Co. 16 E. Government street Whenin house, everything convenient and new,'not far from car line. The house and improvements could not be wharf, Wednesdays and Saturdays. ,..... _
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catteries an-d other electrical supplies. need call on us. 9feblm duplicated for the price........... ... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ........ .... .... .... .... .....$2500.00 Tourists and others desiring to see I| --" -- -
When you need me ring 345 or 955. Sot East Jackson street_two! story 8 .teem and hall house bath, gas a delightful home and good neigh. places of Interest, Choctawhatchie j THOS. PEBLEY]

*! %v. Peake new Star Laundry bulld- MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per. borhood, lot 93 ft. by l O.h.. ... .. ,j.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ............ ..-.. .... .... ........$3500.00A Bay and Santa Rosa Sound should i LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND 1
teg.JE. Garden. ISdec. sonal property on short notice. five room and kitchen cottage on Little Bayou fronting on the water; lot 100 ft by 140 ft,deep, barn, make this trip. Special rates for parties .\ COLLECTIONS.
WANTED-Position wanted by young Terms easy .J. B. Gray &; Co., 2 W. and 18 bearing fruit ,trees 80 ft wharfrunning out into the water. The house has been newly painted and of ten or more. For rates or| PALAFOX AND ROMANA. i4-3;

man of ability and temperate habits. Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb papered and wood work grafpedon Inside, house sits on bluff about 20 ft. high small call boat and row'boat other Information,.. apply on board or:: PHONE 559.

*6fuillar with grocery business; would MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or L. go with house, near car-line. JThy place Is very cheap ._at.. ..' .. ,..... .... ..., .,,. ... ..., ..$1500.00 address P. O. Box 6S2. Pensacola. Fla.I' ,-- .==== .__..
Prefer position shipping clerk but other sufficient security.'by apply 5 room'and ,hall house with 6 lots on the southwest corner Wagner and "C" streets, :a fine .garden, %1Janlm.JOHN I -

"*"ul4 consider any offer of clerkship ing to Thos.-Pebleyf cor. Palafox and stable'and' outh us.es.hls l it one of the! .highest points In the city, has view of the bay.. ... ... .. $1000.00 Boot and Shosmaker.1'

cture. Would require week's notice Romana. up av alrs. 17noT-in. 3 lots on Strong street between 10th and 11th avenues. This property is',very'cheap at.. -. ; .. $650.00 FLO. work to order T.C.TESTMID.
and am already employed. Address MONEY TO LENb-On good real 3 lots on the south side,of Cervantes street between 8th and 9th avenues,120 ft front by 137 ft. 6 inches Fine custom ; repairing ', .,

Jferk," this office. lOfeblOt I tate securitY, .or on. good collateral deep. We defy you to find three cheaper: lots in this section than at.., .. .. .. ....,. .; ..**.. .. ..$650.00 anteed.; material Please and give workmanship ma a call.guar 120B. OPTICIAN .. +
2 lots 60 ft front the southwest Barcelona and Gonzalez select. neighbor.hood.
KODAKERS rates. Leslie E. Brooks, on corner ? streets,. very 'I
get Kauffman's pricesfor Fisher at lowest bnlldtng. llja .. .. ... .. .... .. .. .... .. '., .. ..' .. .. .-.- .. ., ............ ..._ ?... ...... ... ...$1500,00 Government street pone 1086. 306 THIESEN BUILD CM .
dEWelopln .and finishing. Best 6 lots 150 ft. on DeSoto by J80 ft on Real, southwest corner of street; if sold IB the 'next 'few- 27JanlmCUT :-r.-----: ,-:--- --- Z =:

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i PalataL 20 Janlm sonal property J.W..,on Dullard upstairs S lots on the northeast' corner Strong and Reus, 125 ft. on Strong by 150 ft. deep on Reus.- ....$2500.00 filled for roa!'. carnations flowers : -

-WANTED.-Second band furniture Terms easy. St.'Phone 1144. MONEY at the lowest, ma.rketnte_ o Interest on Improved or vacant cityproperty.. and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie
28% South Palafox Barceloaa. i f+ ;ceetDAflT' Cl1U.Si -
T and Household articles of all kinds Smith. 616 N. Phone 65L -
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1 Jfor ca3D. Address P. O. Box 353. L. i HEADACHESBrctHupCQLD 1
to loan The Fisher Real Estate TAILORING Diamond Tailor.
j7Janlm. UNLIMITED amount. or money Agency I SIN
cleaned- I
on all kinds' of personal property. Gents' clothing. pressed and >
'WA JTED.-A. R. Blngham wants Special rates business. men on large Phon*: 97. 2O9 mouth ,Palmtox: repaired on short_ notice.. ;NO. 11% _ 0 TO a noth -** 14t

I your moving and hauling., He pal'f loans. The New'York'Loan Co204 H ,, f West Government. St., Pensacoia/Fla, tltllleall. *,-6&kt'i

:I utees all breakage! Phone630.. South Palafox v Idee.

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far! adjustment and prompt
.. will get a payment We
-
'" represent' a'large number of the strongest company la:

I IS j RIGHT. Is a list-of the eieeds,r- t ,MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS. '? the Tjgsi ,.

Publishers, in Behalf of Lost corded yesterday: reported- ,-by Jhe
PE"nacolabstract: Cqt:' Insurance Gen'l A2ts
,
Men want good durable Child of Dr. Byers of Seely- S. 31. Jones to N. E. Pugh. W.. % I nowles B'ros
i. Hosiery. =When they buy of SW. Vt of Sec. 8. T 2 N. R. 31, Fire, Life. Pensacolaxs

: \I \. 'here, that's what they get. ville Ind. W. containing 80 acres. $17500. I -
Hard to make YOU appreciate J. S. Walton to John A,- Clark subdivision -
of lot 3 of lot 4, See' 16, T. ,
the great varietywe Naval Stores.Savan'r t ss xj -*s ;:: '- --x..
have. The following: article appeared in a IS. R 30 W., containing: 10 acres. :
recent is&ue .of. the New Harmony $4000. -- 3.b Ga., Feb. 13.-The naval e :PENe OOLA. ,
M. R. Z ek and C. F, "Zeek to 6toremarket closed today as follows:
Ind Time
.
a marked of which
We Have Men's Hose was sent to.the principal copy. papers in the Samu Pasco, :Ur. tots 19, 20. S. >j!t keep the medicine WW..' .: -.; .-. .- .: ....6 15 I Ilren' Works' and Supply Co. f[

south and west .with request to publish lot 18 and S. 'j lots 14 and 15, block, chest supplied 'with Old IVO., .. '., .. .. .. ........6 W

I. : That Don't : I 5<, Belmont Tract $100 and"other: \ joe a fine old whiskey N.-.:. .; '.. .. .. .. .. ..5 8a Manufacturers and Repairers of

If the'.editor( 'of every paper in thel I good. and valuable consideration 1 1i : guaranteed medicinally .. .. .. .', .' ... ...... -.. ..53 -* MACHINERY AND BOILERS =
Fade. central we t will republish these lines i Almon C. Binkley to Delia T. Busy)', g".. ..' ;. *. .. .. 'e. ..S 10 FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
there is no qustion but what Dr. S'I I N. 71 V> feet of lots 1, 2 and 3. block pure.' good,doctors everywhererecommehdlt. -' I ;. ." ,.. -.. .. .... ..4 40 $

.- !JLBjers of Seelsjnlle Ind.. will recover -i 1109, New City Tract, $1.00 and ot'aTaluabla [ full H'. "" V. .. .. .. ..3 85 ? STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY i
ail
: Don't crack don't stretch \ considerations measureconvenientpackage. .V .... ..3 45 fJ Prompt 'attentIon given to orders day or aigtt Agent
: his little con'who; was stolen!I I G.. .. .. .. .. ..
and Timber
and hose that fit perfect. I from big home one year ago last May.i!. David Harrison toLee DanieU.I dtl.' ;. ... '.. ... ...... ...3 42E 11 for James McK>y & Co.8 ce.ebrated Log, Dogs aija 7v S

.t Iy-medrum. light and Dr.. Dyers has spent his entire re-i,['I b'ock 175 West King- Tract -$1.00a.ndi. .. .. ..".. .I .. .... ... ..3 35. t;; Chat of Pfwni ail descriptionsOffIce 123. PHil. WITTMAN to
i heavy weights, plan: and ,other considerations V4 moderate priceb.. & b. .. ..335C a M3r.: g
_ i .ources In searcn for ,his child ana I D .. .. .. .. .. .. P. ,0. Box 121 ?
sold Residence i P 1029.
} ,, i. fancy If :you have been. I unless the big .hearted members of C. C. Goodman to D. Hale Wilson everywhere Atlanta.VVOOP'. .. .. .'--5. .. .,... .. .. .;335' one
: t troubled to get good hos- 1 the ,press 'come fo his 'assistance his. and L. Ma>.<:-r. lots 26, 27. and 29 67& ";: "-""'-"\&
' Spirits ,Turpentine
s here for I. block 54. Belmont Tract $1,000.00 and
lery come relief. F '
! t son will grow up an outlaw and an ,
,* .. Fifteen to fifty cents. outcast among the lowest people of other valuable considerations, Cotton Market. :
1 Pensacola
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:I Mattie E. Bogan and L. R Began, to t LAUNDRY
I the earth. It is a cause that should '-' NEW METHOD
Francis G. Caro, S. 10 fet of W. 105
appeal to everyone and no father!I C. GunthrElmoreF''O. B. cotton
feet of'J6t 2, block 2-1. ,EastiUng: TractEast. I '
reading thes.? lines can do so without I broker. give the following quotationsfor
of Tarragona street $10000.No ,
a quickening of the heart and a sympathetic -. All kinds want. .
that February 13: .
you f. W. LAWrttNCZ. Prourletar Ha 8 Watt Rom n SI. Phone 18 9..
: throb. It is believed that if I GoodMlddling .. .. .. .. 10'j

:. The John White Store. this article Is reprinted in the news: We Case do not of know Pneumonia of single on Record instance' OAK AND PINE Strict Middling -.. ... .. .. .. ..10% ................. .... ......................... ....-- -
paperstt"tlll form' an endtess chain a Middling .. .. ..: .. ..' .. .. .. ..10%
In Men'. I that will uncover the lost boy's concealment ; -' where a cough or cold resulted tn I Strict Low Middling .. .. .. .. .10c \
Waff
: Specialist j and return him to his distracted pneumonia of consumption when Fo-: cheaper than you car buy Low Middling .. .. .. .. ... 934 !
34. 205-207 S. Palafox Street. I parents. In doing this the: ley's Honey and Tar had been taken.!I it anywhere. Any sle'you Stains and tinges % to 1 cent lower. i IAUSLEY COMPANY I II

profession of journalism will be fulfil! It cures coughs: and colds perfectly, so I want. .

f Phone 225.DR.J.H.MOCK. Ing one of its highest destinies. do not take chances< Avlth some' unknown -! CO.'S REPORTS .
AUSLEY&
Publishers whose circulations touchth I pT.paraton.whl! h may contain -(
i E. C. SEVVELLPhone
i. => Wabash Ohio and Mississippi! opiates. which cause constlPation,1 !Liverpool Cotton Market. COMMISSION BROKERS :
EllIE Close I
condition that retards I
valleys are especially requested to reproduce -a 614. J&:n.-Feb-..................................5.cgi> .
this lost colt Ask for Foley's Honey
tory of tha chili': as a and ,
I ....-S..T. .. 3.80 I !
Dr. Byers believes his boy is now on. Tar and refuse any substitute offered. '. i FebMar.a.MarApTI!:::::.:.. .....-:.........-..:5."!. II WEST I INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA.

some houseboat waiting to take the:I W. A. D'Alemberte. druggist and 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN :April-May .............. ........... S74itiyJane .

rpad this spring. There is a reward apothecary.: i Uuder snperi>r management- exception .........-.......................8.22. .
of $500 awaiting any information. that! AdTantages. Fail Tours Arouni the World1 I'Jane-J ly...................................B.79 i Private Wires' N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.C01TONSTOSKSGRAIN.PROVISIONSandBONDsi i
will lead to the boy; recov= rj. No "OLD JOE" SUSTAINED. Annual Oriental. CruL. in February.. rro. July August..;;...............,...........< f.8l .
qstions will be asked and if the abductor gram NFrae.FRANK Ang*.t-8 ptmber,..' ...................5.77

himself would deliver the boy Imitations of This Famous Brand of C. CLARK,9B Bway, New Yo'rkr September-October .,.........., ...........661OctoberNovember
to his parents he would not be molest Whiskey Permanently Enjoined. ..............-.. .......5.51, i : ? !
ed. The bereaved parents are h art Montgomery Ala.. 10, ------ November-December .................. ....5,56Dber.JaDuary
broken with grief and want only their February ........ ...............5.55 '
1906-An important decree has just
Sold on Margin or for Investment. :
i Bought-and
Liverpool :
child. If each journal will reprint been rendered by Judge Sayre of tae Bpoaa.I.88

the&3 lines they will travel to every city court of Montgomery, upholding SHIPPINGNEWSVSSLS

exchange table in the United State the rights of proprietors; of well .estab-I New 'York Cotton Market. i Reference-First; .National.and Peoples Banks Phone I I 73Lighti i
ana; bring back to wrecked: >d home a lished articles against infringementsand Open High Low Cose

child who 1} now no doubt suffering 'nutations. 'The plaintiffs in the << Much.10 63 10.'9 1055 1060U .................... ........ ................. ......
: wretched ...,....-..1085 10.85 10...& 1079
with cold. unfd! and to a case Metsrs. Juthen hal &. Bickart, IK :-CRT.SteamsfllpL y
11.94 1094>> 1085 10.8h
degree. would Think of be under what similar your own circumstances -of Atlanta, are proprietors of' the well "PAlioth. July October.....R31 10.31 10.J: 1032 1..*.*$*.................*.......... *.*.*.*.....4o :
feelings *
-
known 'Old Joe wniskej.. On
p account -
DENTAL SURGEON. This appeal is indicted I of its wide popularity and enormous Dutch ss,, Mulda, 1298 Rot New York .Spot. 11.15 AI
a publisher who saw Dr. terdam to order. -
original by
.I Crown and sale imitations have been .
BridgeWork a Specialty. BATS only once has no personal interest many Beta, Ger ES, Berg. 1019 itettin to Wheat.Open I Heat and
and ot'fer'd.to the
Painless Extracting of Teeth. attempted public .
in his qu;>st other than the I Pensacola Lumber Co. 'High Low Cbs?
the injunction obtained
r 2SVz S. Palafox St. bond of sympathywhich; make* the and just i astlands, Br ss, Thomas 2001.Tampico MST_. ..-... y fc.; W7 8>
7 and 9 Old Armory Building. vorld akin, and is inspired from the against J. W. Eppercon and others restrains -' July......:.:._84! b4 I tk;)> 8 t44
Phone : them from offering for sale : :
: 1077. belief that the lost boy can only be a Gamma Ger s.-,Berg, Funchal toWni. r :
: whiskey; called "Old-Joe, the label of1!
found through thj united efforts of S. Ke)'ser & Co. 5. Corn.
which was an imitation of that used'by i, i :The question of heat 'and Tight! :
tha country press of which he Is proua: Gracia Span ss, Ruiz 2021.: Cienfuegos .: concerns every rne
Low Clo9Jaly
the plaintiff A similar! Injunctionhas .Open fifeh The old of wood and coal for heat with their dust *
,
To member. His will baa Transit way
'be a recovery to Gulf Co.
May........... -Ias.; 43t. '43 444 ...
triumph in advertising and no editor aIM been granted against Drevfus Ilatasu. Br ss,'iiasguand 2160 New __.. ....; 4i\4\ 44% 4a J. KSJi : end ',dirt, has given away largely to gas for heating and :
who&e heart Is placed right will 1: & Bernard. whose 'Old'Daj",whiskeywas Orleans! to. Gulf Transit: CoHelsinberg 4 cooking. Gas for lighting produces: a soft jet bright .

refue this appeal. Remember, it also declared" to be: an imitationof Swed' ss, Sciel, 1423 New York Stock Market. : '. light that is not tiresome to! the e't'i.Vim be glad to *

it may be your child next! "Old Joe. Huera. Open Clone answer any Inquiry regarding gas for heating or 1ihtin .

The following is a de>cnptlon of the; KIrkswood Br ES, Larson, 2093: Lon. Southern t' ciAc............_ f8" I KJi : ,, :
lost boy: NOTICE. don. CejxTv..j'.................- 117 4' HtJJgA. : .

DESCRIPTION Notice is hereby given' to Neptune, Ger ss 'Brink. 1221. West : 8.R.....>................. I4i 144Atch : :
fold and creditors Hard-pool: to the W. S, Ke ser Co. .......................... 0.4 ClTgA
.
Richmond By?rs, if alive was legatees distnbutees all othr: .
Pleamoor Br ss Prest. 2803 Mobile :B ...,*....";.V.............. 16; 164l C '
years last July is of light cornc1e.xbn -. persona having claims or demands to master. LET. ....:................... 85% &> Pensacola Gas Company \
,1 1iQ1s6QTs l has gray eyes left eye noticeably against the estate of Emma Fitzpat.! B.t 0..:....................... lU'f 1I3T,
crospea'.has a small V shaped nick deceased to the I Secunda, Br sa. Donnelson 1309: .
rick present same ,Sri.------------i.............. .6!' 46
snoo hZ'1 $Aso in the edge of the' lft ear, has a within two (2) ;rears to the under I Tenereiffe to The w. S. Keyser Co. v. C.F.I.... ..'....:....'......;.... 73 7Ui( i Phone'148. 24 and 27 Garden Street. \

f 1H4I .sharp chin and a narrow, projecting signed who has taken out letters testamentary Vlvina, Span ss, llustmza 19'83. Liverpool u. S........................... 41Ji 44 .
forehead lit is rather small for his upon the estate of the' said to Gulf Transit Co. CT,S.. preferred.............. \ .. ........... ........ .t..t...
age and i is unusually bright and !Intelligent deceased. Wermland, Swed ssf Anderson 1473: 5.8..:..... ............._...... 3i 84)4 '

taking after,tha manner: of a J. C. GREE ,Executor Tampico to Pensacolaa Lumber So. L.& N........................ 15t.! k 149!>, -
; boy much. older. j February 14, 1906. 14feboaw8wNick's Ships. Lead."..................,.. 8H li 85
. Dr. Byers has searched among the = 1.0 ...........,................ 178 177S4 E. B. ACOSTA 'S CO.K Prompt delivery to any part of thacity.
.-, ing bands that frequent the Unit&J Avon Ital sMp! A>eno. 1601 Genoato D.G.......,.....!................ 1S'1; jxi, .
: L J ; rev States believes that his son can Rosasca( Bros. Can P c...................... IN1, 174 Office and Yard-22:: to 2S N. Tarn-
: and dealers Casanova Ital bk, A>'egno,. 1069 N.Y.C ....................... ISO'S 150 otttale ana. Retail Dealer lit Pensacola Fla. Phone 362.
,be found among traveling junk H I Buffet and G(noa. P.O ....:......... .,.......... 1OU ]O0P.'D'G. ;; gona St. ,
?c r ( (I.C'HAS.BLUM&CO so called: horse traders or movers. ;!I / Elvira. Port ship. Rodnques 1488, ..........:................ 14!'t 14J"'
des not think the boy was stolen by1, Lisbon to ordC st.P....,....:............. ...... Ig4>o 8 lilt' COAL 'WOOD AND ICE
genuine gypsies. He thinks he was Restaurant .. ......
I R I. : .... :!
taken by a wandering band that used Baric j. $3'B.-: :". : .; 'it' ;;==-=__ _'_ __ -.--- ---.-- _.___h___ ___. ----- -' .

517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST., him for the purpose of begging. In tb/ Is the only place of its Adele:Swed bk, Janse7596: Havana T.C.L........................ 1513j, jIenns 40 j I I 1 rsmsirtrar-: .__.

.' % JACKSONVILLE. FLA. towns along the .route.Exchanges I Und in Pensacola, in.fact Due Cuigini. Ital bk.. Olivarl, 125, ........................ 1114 l114

** 1.'( please.. copy.. ) itis .-. I IAPrideto I-Genoa Gudny.to Nor order.bk, Saanum, 821, Ham- :.P.p.-: :::: :'_ l..6-,. Ia5!. I i SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, WINDOW GLASS,

,
1 '*I' I Renders the bile HERBINE more fluid and thus I. :-, .. I I burg'Ktn to- na.master.Dan ok. Pedersen 765,. .Ausley'. New- York 4Co's.Feb Daily' 13.-The Cotton English Letter. : BUILDING MATERIAL.
PIANOS
##. CASH OR AND EASY ORGANS.TERMS. #3 helps the blood to flow; it affords!I Bahai.Pedro Lacave, Span. bk.' 3Iaristang markets were fairly good this morn I i Phone II. 11. G. DeSilVJ\ CO.
I prompt relief from biliousness indigestion irg middling uplands 5.88 on sales of ,,
All Pensacola. .
!-i1 Piano Work Guaranteed. %'1' sick and: .'nervous headaches I I I 509: Savannah to Rix :\1. Robinson.Providenza. 8000 bales 'while futures were prac-

1*. CLUTTER & RUSHING, ;i and over-indulgence in food and drink. I hal' bk, Olrese 11S5,.t'cally unchanged but later Liverpool I '

12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. $ I''I G. L. CaldweU.! Agt. M. K. and T. R. Larger cities cannot Tonio. Ital bk. Tonino. 1032. Genoa ;'wf'akeniIQ.and! the closing was barely --L

jt1 ,'* PHONE 476. 'X 18, 1903: "I was sick for over two boast of a better equipped Cenoa to master. steadF: ;.wjth:a: net loss of 8 to 9 points.I I j ing movement that rried-values I V
with enlargement of the liver place. The service Is the Thomas. Ital bk. Lano 303( Naples Our markM opened fairly steady 8, Co.
years ; ::or 8 points lower there being apparently Marine
3& 5t-5H-3t't'.rttJfcA JiAt Grocery
'5 ;
-- good and I had given up all hope of Genoa to Roftasco Bros. bles from abroad soon started a s!ll- Private cables stated that the

being cured when my druggist advised -' Nick Apostle Propt'rCOFFEE1 ,Schooneri.Chas. spinner seemed to have enough cottonto 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St

Hi- me to use Herbine* It has mademe I A. Gilberg." Am sch Jasper. do him for a while and again .dropped Phone 725.

souid'and' well.. SOc Sold by all 269 Pomaron to master. -- back in' his' sheir.tolet this sidioJ

druggists. Horatio L., Baker. Am sch, Mohr the water fight it out 'and if this V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

720. Lagua to J. A., Merritt &. Co. fight could be' confined) strictly W the

I, Young NOTICEWe !' Barkentmes. SEEDSWHICH cotton markes there might be some
b-nefit to the producer arise'from it
Beatrice, Am bktn Casateggio 1430 HOME OF GOOD THINGS TC
but under ,present conditions it is
Rctterdam to Pensacola Lumber Co.

have secured the services of R We the'Pioneer Caroline.Koch, Dan bktn. Holm. likely to result in ,a. contrary, dirc- EAT.
are tion. .' .
M. Williams, of Atlanta who is an expert Fort de France to McKenzie Oerting I Just Received:
i Men'se electrician and we are now better Coffee Roasters of &: Co., The whole situation now seems to
prepared than ever to do all kindsof depend upon the preparation for the Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick LeerS

electncil works'at moderats prices. West Florida.McHUGH'S Torturing eczema spreads its burn'. new crop. and the market.,seems to be 50 kits of fancy Mackerel $L5 per

'I Ring phone 570 and our representative Ing area every day. Doan's Ointment'j playing waiting 'game until something kit.

will call on you.- Estimates furnished quickly stops its spreading instantly!I SUCCEEDWhen definite' can be seen in this di- 50 kits Salmon. $1.23 per kit

e on all Kinds of work. BLENDS relieves the Itching. cures it perman- rection. 'Any Indications pointing to a 50 kits halibut fins $1.25; per kit
I PENS\COLA ELECTRIC late and wi'lt spring-would undoubtedly of Cod and SoundS:! ,
Ul COMPANY entl) At any drug store.SCIENJlflC 50 kits Tongues
start values
1Lk L, 205! :3. Baylen St., ,Pensacola, Fla. I until this short interest upward that pretty now fast exists but 1125 per kit.Bloaters. Herring.
Milkers and Roes.
CREW NOTICE.a have no equal. A trial FOODS I You Buy, i iI I Is scared into covering,:there does not Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles,
to much hope for
seem us a permanent -
;! --, The young man of 15 to Notice is hereby given will convince the connoisseur I Get the Best ent: advance prices 'The market is German Sauer Krout.
r 19 years Is ant to be hard that neither the master -- I II Pigs Feet in kits. $1.00.
j' the wholly profsseional and remains in a
Ii's in Fruit Cak1
that Cheapest the End.iandreth's Manewal Lange's
we and
ri: ) to fit. He wants styles owners nor consignees of rut without much desire
GO TO EXTREMES. A MEAL IN AI scalping on .':3 c
Fruit Cake
.. l' National Biscuit Co's
I that are newest and If II the British steamship Glen make no extravagant i'I I i the part of either the )bulls; or the
::1i I wood will be PILL IS TOO MUCH AND TOO per pound.
there responsible
; \ is a dash of extreme bears to I In cut or pattern BO much for any debts contracted by ths crew claims. We handle the celebrated blends
LITTLE. I. The stocks at the ports are heavy Colt*
$ I of said vessel I Coffee roasted by the Gulf City
f the betier.Ve are well I . . . and increasing "and.none. of the old Co.. H. P. Chipman. Manager
k ; );. .. able to fit out young men RICHARD i bull leaders,care to.take it.upon themselves Oaxaca 35c lb. Gold Standari V
;i1 f from $750 to $15.00'orth J A. MERRITT &; CO. Master. Wholesale and )RetailGROCERS: 1 There is medium betweenthe : ;
,. Consfgnees. a happy to take care of the large: Ib: Diamond Blend. 25c Ib; GoWea
more from others I I ___ pill which contains i a'whole meal,I I.I amount of cotton yet 'remaining to be Rio.20c lb.Strictly .
but cur prices are always sold. is undoubtedly lot of
There ,a fresh gool
and an 'entire meal which containsno roasted and as
i a close to what they cost us F.&A. M. pbilanthrophy among the 'Speculative
Coffee sold In this
New as any city.
1 -no bad debts to lose. regular communication of nutriment To convalescents ori Crop I'i crowd but it _hardly! exists! to that; extent Send ns your orders and we wll: a1
4
\ you know. How about A Pensacola Lodge No. 42, F. & and all kinds ,of Feed 'nervous, weak peop'e, whose diges' I which would pay the farmer 15 liver promptly.
A. M will bs held
Thursa .
,
i2 I fine y 'cents for his cotton. because the
\ a Stetson! Derby- tive organs should not be heavily taxed -' Just.
only. $3.50.H nfght. All members are requested Stuffs.* I farmer wants him to.. and-'take* the -, .
I to be present and visiting a liquid food is! the ideal .cholce4! Just Received.
.1 II I chances of.'getting his money 'out. of eOt
who ;
:, ,brethren invited. By order of "American Queen '"Jjeer is the happy' III later on. II ,on this side by the people wh"
to be friendly to the market bUT
T.. E HARVEY W. M., -medium. It contains! the finest. nerves
t' We cannot help but 'feel that ultimately for some reason seemed to b' exactly
B. Jf. Solomon. SecyCREW PlutoW. t : tonic known to sapience in hops. and I ;
\ -' will'be much the opposite.
tj In malt it gives nnfriUon _of bread and j .. .. : prices higher but
NOTICE. in I we see no chances for anything of the We think cotton ought' to triTi1
meat. Also it Is' given a liquid .
'. O ANSON Neither the c ptaln.O\\'O. form forthe I kind under present' conditions. Pr!. some better prices but we fel l equaL\
easyofasim1lation I
: ers nor consignees of the' Wholesale and Retail.l | most disordered digestion. Theseare w. A. D'Alemb rte, ate ablsastatd t.hat' the Egyptlon I positive that these be no corners or*
traderswho
*
& Spanish bk Pedro Lacava and Continenal bought concertd bull action during the pr
func I
I will be i facts based upontnature's .. heavily in Liverpool some days ago. *nt season and one basing Ut'r:
any
for
responsible debts ail
: tions. Did weak worn Druggist Apothecary
: CASH CLOTHIER, contracted' ,by the crew' ofl New Orleans Grocery Co. I out. you dyspeptic eyerjsee beer drinker I wer! covering with!..a rush as they became I,hope In higher prices upon any such,
nervous
109. discouraged at not ,finding the fallacy will be doomed to dlsappO'mont. :
J said vessel.MARISTANG J Try American. Queen. It is a pure Telephone least indlcat4oa on the, part of th I Still we cannot quite see ha'w

; Ii Coiner Palafoi and Main. lUX .M. .ROBINSON l Captain., I Jas. McHugh I wholesome germ'all proof other American beverage 'l 121 South Pilaloi Street. I Americana $to:give themany help For!,they can be forced much low "r on 5''
ranking ahead bf
lr days th'y bought: .in.: JJverpool and "Count of the acknowledged shorus
----
-- Consignee. Phone 05. "Proprietor. products. each day they: saw values ;hammered of th!$ present crop.



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