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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 15, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (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).
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THE WEATHER: Partly cloudy and much colder Thursday; Friday fair not quite so cold. Fresh north to northeast winds. 13 4
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IX. NO. 40. .
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I = PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. MORNING. FEBRUARY; 15, 1906. / PRICES ENTS, 4q lit



SUBSIDY BILL t PROPOSITION BYT11LAMERICAN I GOtt VILJ2KDERS BOARD t



ISHIP BY SENATE AMBASSADOR i s

REINSTATE GINClESDRAMATICSESSION
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I\\ E Favoring Votes Cast by Republicans COlORED BOYS Looking to 'Settlement of Franco-German: ) ra


s Five Voting Against I\ Differences May Be Submitted OFGEENE City Attorney Sul..s Opinionthat


Measure. =OA YNOR TRIALMAJOR His Removal Was }
at Algeciras. j

AT WHITE Illegal.TURNER'S t

MAIL LIMESprfedfor.SixtoRunfromPortsJ By Associated Press. lions took to the extension of his good GILLETTE SOCIALLY OSTRACISED ON ACCOUNT OF HIS

13 NEW Washington, Feb. 14.-The only : offices whenever they can be offeredto PROSECUTION OF OBERUN M. CARTER-QUOTED: CONVER
statement which can be given out* by prevent the failure of the confer- REMOVAL

HOUSE the State !)Department regarding the ence and to reconcile conflicting in- SATION WITH ATTORNEY, OSBORNE, OF DEFENSE.
reported: Intention ,of Ambassdor terests. It is believed at the state >
d White to ubmit a proposition at the department that their is a middle:
Algeciras conference agreeable to the ground between the extreme French I. By Associated Press .* 1 I clam from the society In which Carter i t .
on the Gulf. -- German and French representatives, and German views, where! both can Savannah Ga.. Feb. 14.-Major had been a favorite. i As Chairman of Board of Works /. J'.

1 is that the Ambassador's basic instruc- be brought together. j1'Cassias E. Gillettes: testimony in the The most dramatic feature of the
Thirty Students of Manassas Institute 'I Greene-Gaj trial was completed day was when Gillette quoted a conversation According to Law. i it :

i today, during a session which proved he had with Attorney Os- j I'f
Slit ALSO CREATES NAVAL RE. Presented to. Presi- John Tcmple"Oraves.Will. I. the most interesting and dramatic in borne, who was cross, questioning

SERVE OF TEN THOUSAND OF. I the _trial so far. him, who had told witness that the FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS APPROPRIATED 1 :
dent Roosevelt. i Attorney Osborne. for the defense I I animosity against him because of his ;

FJCERS AND MEN-LIVELY DEBATE Start New Evening Paper I'conducted the cross examination of attitude against Carter, "For brazen TO CARNIVAL ASSOClATION -! ;
--- !i Gillette, who lestified as to the difil-j:;I effrontery, was without parallel lathe 1\'
IN HOUSE OVER FORTIFICATIONS he encountered [ -REPORTS OF BOARDS :
By Associated Press culties in Savannah I]I history of crime. Osborne endeavored ;
I i because of his prosecution of Oberlin I to shake witness in his
I memory: RECEIVED-MANY I
BILL-WILL RETURNALL Washington. Feb. 14.-Rev. Edwafd By Associated Press ling hereunder, the name of1, ORDINANCESINTRODUCED :
paper} .
I iM. Carter. He and his family, he in-j I I of this statement but Gillette was firm : ;
Everett Hale chaplain of the senate The Evening Georg:an. He he:
CONFEDERATE Atlanta, Peb. 14-rJoh.n Temple Graves says i*1 i timated* had been 'coldly received" in his remembrance and adhered, ,to :-NEW YORK AT. j :
FLAGS.r and Booker T. Washington, presentedto lis I backed by amnle capital "and that! I \
resignation editor the there and met practical social ostra- it.
whose as of >
the president today at the White I the new paper' will be issued as soon i iI I TORNEYS DECLARE .IMPROVEMENT I
News was announced yesterday, said l ;
House thirty students of the Manassas. !as the preliminary arrangements can --- .
By Associated Press. I Virginia colored institute. The today that he would start a new even-I I be made. I I' BOND ORDINANCE_ LEGAL ,

\\&sbington.\ b. 14. A few min' president students sang after several which he songs greeted i for'each the c --- II I I T KSTITOI I 0 N V. I IN N CONTRIBUTIONS i.if t ta

st tei after six o'clock this evening the one personally. He then addrsaed OPERATORS: ANDi THREE f ATALITIES' : The regular meeting of the City. .

senate; cast its final ''ballot on the sub- them, expressing his pleasure to greet I Council was heW last night at the +

day shipping bill which was passed them a greater and claim said that to be"nobody received can at have the;i MINERS TO MfiET IN FRISCO WRECK : City ilall. It. was mot without inter- .
I' i eat In fact;, several mailers of more
ti) a vote of 38.io 27. All the favor- White House; than a body like this, .CASE OF THE'PACKERS TO CAMPAIGNS than
which stands for the fundamental passing interest 'uj the public 4
rotes:>> were cast by republican '
1:1 duty of American citizenship the came before the body and rec"E d *

.=naars, bui jive. republicans, bur duty of sef! education.: By,Associated. Press. By Associated Press consideration The{,) were present at
:..:1.1, lJOUl\er, La.Nl1e-le.- bpooner I New York, Feb .-The district' Fort Scott. Kan.., Feb. 14.--Two per toll call Mayor Bliss: and Aldermen :

.Warner\ voted with the democrat: presidents and secretaries: of the Anthracite sons were burned to death, another FUNDS Caiin, D'Aleiuberte, McUugh, Wauou, ? l .
Mine Workers today completed died from over exertion and exc'te-
opposiuou u the Dill HeiUy, Wrigh and Yonge. It.
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their work in connection ,with the ment whll trying to save victims, .
me mil eatatwisaes thirteen new COLD WEATHER I meeting of the coal operators- witn+and five others were injured in tae The'mInutes of the previous meeting -s.

mtract mail lines and increases::$ thejovenuon the scale committee of miners tomor wreck of the> Jopl'n express at Columbus were read any approved and then

to me oceanic line iron row. It is expected the session will\ on the St. Lou's-' & San Francisco'I Differed But Little from that Given Committee of N. Y.life Recommends the unexpecte<\ occurred-tt* lanai to '
railroad early today. The train:
brief' will.
_id racinc coast to A\iiiralia. be and that adjournment those unacquainted with what was to ,
betaken until "'rhla'or a later date caught fire and all the"cars. burned: Witnesses i in
Previous
ui uie hew ones! three leave ,Atlan APPROACHINGxpected "when the operators "reply will be given excepting the Pullman.GOV'R. I by .that Suit'Be Brought traaspiro. i
..t coa**. ports oao .nr'.LZ1J. one tu s.
to the miners. The miners expresshope :- the Case. .I City Attorney Reports.The .
rugiu> and rgeuuna: ana one to of satisfactory adjustment of the to Recover Amount ,
city attorney; who had i>ees t
wui Africa. bY <4i asked for his opinion upon the reouov- -
w i i r.uu, cuba; and .ue too. uii a ioeairai I '
GULF P RTS By Associated Pres By Associated Press. ai o', .
America and isinunw.: Jruui IIASRSIGNED
TOM LAWSON HAS the Board of Works
Chicago, .Feb. Representatives New York. Feb. 14.-The Fowler Investigating and Cfta. H. '
k.t tram stint ooaai. uiu'

:.clI:& tWO u> Jap.in'QlUd.ports., auu tutyyuXs .-. WITHDRAWN a.- of Swift & Q:>>.;;;.o.J)1i) is ,v Hy; _and the 'York-Life Insurance committee of the .New Giggle DiMed_"Sis as?",street written su-pertntendtsH opinion. The, sub suSi.. _

direct onu u ,japau iCamTtut Associated Press. of Omaha,were Company today
rJ1I.! ) ; By Cudahy Packing Co. stance of this the
was that removal
t that| Temperature Will s presented to the trustees recommendations .
.11l ) I'aiiippuiea via ftuwau &uuio Washington, 'Feb. 14.T'r'esldentRoosevelt
on the' stand today in the packers of Mr. Turner and election of ilr. ,
that
legal be begun
this afternoon received and proceedings -
iduuua&t Ile : .nexiu. uentiai America: hut Fall Fully Twenty Degrees By Associated Press. accepted the resignation of John 'G. case When court adjourned the tes- to recover campaign contributions Zelius as chairman of the board was

Boston, Feb. .-Thomas W. Law. Brady, as governor of Alaska. No timony for each was practically ,fin made by the company. The report perfectly legal A* to the removal of A
ease1S receiving subsidies are re- Before To-Night. son this afternoon declared he had announcement has been made as to ilr. Gin le8 he said that it was illegal.,
stated there
record the
was
Ulrw, to carry a c.rvam pro orl.1ou u* not yet withdrawn from the life Insurance I his su c :;sor. It is believed that ished. no on and that the board could not remove '
J.4HU: r en6 wen.: m Lair cre V.Zi. policy holder: committee, for Lieut. Jan is, of the Revenue Service The testimony related to the manner books of the company of such contributions t
an officer of the city, who had been
1 Lie &ittaaiu coaiiKrOadiiua lor Uit which he collected proxies. lie said I' w ill be named.MIDSHIPMAN. but that the information had
Cold weather is in Pensa-
expected in which the government applied elected for a specified term without j
I he intended all l along to resign when been obtained from the testimony of ,
!wl.l iuie.: iy: auoui uirce luiiuou tit cola this morning and during the day. I
the committee was perfected ani Information the packing first giving him notification of charge:
Goo
BOWEN for regarding: President McCall and *\\. Par f
.lIb annuall) In fact there was a'decided, changein turn the work over to it. I preferr! against him, and an opportunity
.No steam >easel' of less than ontDous I TENDERS RESIGNATIONBy industry and how it was furnished. It kins, who were on the stand before
conditions about midnight last night
to be heard at a triaL Mr. O ingles -
differed little from that of previouswitnesses' the Armstrong committee. The, contributions
dttd ton ia to receive aia unaeiue when a strong wind came up ana the i Postmaster Nominated. Associated Press. had been given leave of absence
in the case. to the Republican party aggregate -
urn temperature began to fall. 'It is anticipated I Washington Feb. 14.-The presi- Annapolis Feb. Midshipman! during the time that yellow fever existed -
lae oil also creates a naval reserves that the temperature will drop dent sent, to the senate today.1 the I"'. P. Bowen, of Tennessee, a member I It is expected the invesiiation of nearly $150,000.l.OURIST here, and consequently "it was } =1
nomination of Eliza Appelt as post of tie forth resigned the Armour plants will begin tomorI -
Ii i: ten mouaa.ua OInc. 'ana class, today.
ri: uieu wiioJt fully twenty degrees in.certain. sections I I illegal for the board to discharge him
I master Manning, S. C. He is deficient in conduct and studies. row. : CLUBHELD tt4
to receive retainers; alter toe of the state. I 1 I for not returning to the city. t' .

anus pracUCe. Weather Observer Reed :yesterday: Instructions to Board.1 -

LIVELY DEBATE OVER issued the following special bulletin MEETINGWERE Alderman Keilly when this oplnuua ? r'

regarding the approach of the coid was read, introduced a resolution di-

FORTIFICATIONS BILL weather. : 5001cott fall degrees WELCOMED TO CITY BY
"Temperature will twenty c l'1 wAIY
Washington, Pen 14.-An Incident 1\1 f orx r AN remove J. li Long the present street ?it' '
k> the pafakage of the fortifications apP or more in east gulf states tonight OfIICEffEl<- OFFifE no wOP r PRESIDENT OF THE CHAM- superintendent, and to reinstate Mr. !

: >j>rUUon6 bill, which was accomfished with frost to the coast line, .... BER OF COMMERCE.An Gingles. This resolution was not discussed -

toy tha house today, was a ,: and will fall decidedly in South Atlantic but the vote was by roll call 'f) fend t

treiy: debate involving the differences states Thursday with frost showed that every alderman of. ; ;
i Thursday night into Northern Florida interesting session of the Tour .
lot 'esi republican and democratic the seven present were in favor of the TJ jJ.
"
r 1st Club was held yesterday afternoonin change. ftJ
yfoctes as, to the Philippines and also I Weather Conditions.In .
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
ue differences between army and hU daily! summary of weather Communication From Mayor. i

ctrl officers as to the place to locate conditions, the observer yesterday on Government street.number when of I I The following communication from ''
there
were present a large
&e naval! station ani;: fortifications IntS4 said"The: Oklahoma depression of Tues members.The the major was read and submitted to'" -s

archipelago. All amendments day morning has moved to the lower meeting was preside over by the finance committee for further action .

here defeated and the bill region Increasing in intensity; it : -t'
was pasaeutiaouv lake 5ph President O. F. Crall, who after stating
as reported by the committee.The caused a gale of fifty-two: miles from u p Its object introduced Frank L. To The Honorable Board of Aldermen ?
northeast at Chicago, and, at 7 City of Pensacola.
Dill carries a total of $4.385,993 the Mayes, president of the Chamber of l;
snow northward I I Gentlemen-In a report macfo by theIlnance
causing $
was
for a. m. Commerce. Mr. Mayes made a abort!,
fortifications and armamedts and
I from Kentucky, sleet over the lower I Committee some time ago it
:Guides! six hundred thousand dollars lakes, and rain on the North Atlantic, address welcoming the tourists to!i'was noted that the former Tax Ool-- l
Pensaeola and dwelling upon tha city'spast sl
:v> o., divided between the Philippines coast 'Precipitation resulting from FQ )lector, Mr. Oerting. had paid into the

Ml Hawaii. I this disturbance has been _quite! general -, I \ HE COULD Elllx One and of future.the enjoyable features of the i i I I[city between $1,700 and $1,800 more

over the eastern half of the coun THAT IfAT AMERICA meeting was the! violin solos rendered i 1 I than had been charged to him by the .a :
WIlL Rainfall along the Pacific coastis PROD rTHE Tax Assessor! Believing that Mr.
GIVE which
UP ALL THECONFEDERATE try. by Miss! Lillian Jacoby, were
being caused by a depression on KTIIIUN \rig wacDrtAL!riMeH, greatly appreciated and highly com Oertrag could scarcely have paid that
FLAGS. theortb Pacific coast. Temperatures lA L S mended. much money to the! city out of his own a J.

Washington! Feb 14.-The House have risen in northwestern Atlantic and high east! yt COULD , t + l
The A7 duration then ad
states. session! short ana'
'.1a\ adopted, a joint resolution au-i gulf pr4"ssure'and cold wave has greatly! OFFICIAL RtMtD'fOR A COLD!! i on1tat journed.of could scarcely aggregate any such
tiotvin5 the of to de- sc YovsrrHONM amount, I gave the matter tome little :
; secretary; war increased :n strength and spread: rap ARE
SIC1G: .
'tFir u> the Southern Historical Sb-t southward since Tuesday morning Investigation.It
idly '
will remembered that MrOtrrting
tin of Richmond, all Confederate; causing sharp falls in temperature ONE KILLED AND'SEVEN collected th, licenses and I. .q.

fats is his custody: which have not- between the Rocky Mountainsand !have had the clerk make out a list of ;.

t ), identified as' belonging to any the Mississippi River the and north changesto eastward INJUREDBy the licenses: for the past fiscal year, '4
felt over ;
cgancarlop: : ; colder are Michigan. Temperaturesthis 1I from Oct. 1st 1904, until July 31st
to l 1905.; and I have had the comptroller ; ;
morning range from 16 degreesat I i T I to give me a list of the credits on the s#
SOUTH TO FIGHT Amarillo! and 8 degrees at Kansis /coos.. iLie"4Y : Associated Press. license account paid Into the treasury

City to :28! degrees below zero iaNortn, although Chicago Feb. 14.-One man was for the same date. The license stubs '
Dakota. No more rain is expected To killed and seven injured to-day at the show that there had been collected

CATTLE TICKBy the sky over Western' Floridamay w riItrI plantof the Illinois Steel Company,,in for licenses $30,588.02. tiers had been ;,: i ,
not clear before Thursday morning A South Chicago when a workman'paid into the treasury; $%g.439.86, ,K
; much colder weather and freshto 1 struck a stick of dynamite with his leaving 12,049.26 unaccounted for. t $
brisk' northerly winds: are strongly" shovel. The explosive was left lyingin Supposing that the Tax Collector
By Associated Press. Indicated for tonight and Thursday. ry A.NOW a ditch. had paid license money In as taxes J

watt! ulon, Feb. 14-A number of I I this would leave still, In round num lithers
about $300.00 due the city.I .
fll !s'-ntathe southern men today J. A. McCALL JJ.\ TROOPERS KILLED) herewith submit the detailed

on Secretary Wilson of the /J statement of the licenses as made by ;

nmeut of Agriculture and disrispe SLOWLY DYINGBy J the clerk giving the number and
'he subject of cattle tick BY HOTTENTOTSBy amount of each license and also the #
r :'I'11 ( POP1JLPJ letter of the comptroller giving the
is said to breed Texas fever. { To 13L. for the fiscal
.. credits by months past
jf :asked the secretary to assist In Associated Press. 1yth YOVHG AMFRi CA .
ke Feb. .-Jno., \. Press; year.I
J.. Associated
adication of the tick by sending Lakewood N. New submit this matter without recommendation -- ,
II ne McCall, former president of the OFFICE IS EVER Berlin, Feb. 14.-Rebel Hottentots, leaving the council to appoint
Southern states an expert tot had a sink HERE ARE A, FEW SUGGESTIONS TO HELP-THE NEW MEMBER OUT IN CASE THE '
,. I York Life Insurance- Co. ambushed a German 'Patrol near a special committee to report ,
: ''Ue length of time the tick whichhe '
a\. can ing spell this afternoon, from CREATED.It Zendoorn'German, Southwest: Africa the matter; but, if the council *o ad-
'In round not pastured. Secre- rallied, but the.attack greatly 7. killing- Lieutenant:J
cine.News February
on
it' W.lsoa! promised his hearty co.tliln. alarmed his family. His breathing Js is stated: that there may be'a new'member. of, .the C .binet to be known as the Secretary of u Bender and &ix troopers. ,(Continued on Page Thr4t..... ,

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down pains are a symptom of the most serious (trouble which can I

attack a woman viz. falling of the vomb. With this generally Sat ham EenalyT.. tarts W 1at8 AU E
come Irregular painful,-scanty or profuse periods wasteful weakening jlwvatomtimi> Sauna Caught sad Colds.I 1 I fl.ilJ. e

; drains dreadful backache headache nervousness, dizziness, irritability rold bad*luch a severe(euled summer on my anrd ole4ed'd sae
tired to walk loss of color and >.tt Valurrtttm I tned various man : b'':::
feeling. Inability appetite tMyrTHig ; tuna of cooKb remedies, of todoe
cone ot wbicb did me any -I 800d. !
beauty. The cure Is good until I finally tried MM bat> .. I
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one bottle of l>r. Rfilf BeU'I Pts.TarB h2.
pine l:; ,* <-for and It.eorcd 111.
w .--pC ttauikifcrtlils atoocft. Plraw t ...,ul 'E.HfjeLr>IIi"I ,
WINEOF ( bee r an led 1. F ,tine 5\,toyeayHeroi WIY' c} ,,
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CARDUI ad Pnlaeti.
little Eoct.dtk.
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Woman's Relief ) THAT YIOti41St ANO .oaror ,
ERYORCQISIrW1a THAT DO6rT., D TT S
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exerts such a wonderful strengthening influence} on all female organs. F wr

Cardui relieves pain regulates the menses, steps drains and stimo s ,.. OVER 4,000,000 BOTTLES ,ofBell's '

ates the muscles to pull the womb up into place.It .

is a safe and permanent cure for'all female complaints. Dr. PineTarHoneyWere

An P ,y
i told iartef tbe year I9M.s at ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. The strongest evidence cf the
SUFFERED: AWFUL PAIN merits of a proprietary medicine is the opinion of the consumer, Ilere is(he record:
r Ova Two MllUoa Bottles I.l IW2. Over Three Million Bottles In JU. Oitr
In $ y,omb and ovaries, write! Mrs. tai, "", Fwr Mlllioc Bottles la 1W4. This evidence the opinion of the "
your Bake of Webster GrovesAlo., consumer: regarding the merits of Dr. 1c1l'1 Pfoc-Ttr a
vice On Tenn."I my menses were very painful \ Hooey, best cough medicine on the market. ;'
dress: Since taking Cardui .
like a new woman, and do not ..oWaTMAnK || W Look. for the Bell on the || r %

k nooga, as I did." 2$(.. SO:. and 31.00 Bottles. "
0 Prepared Mljty CI E. E. SLTCaUND' MEDIOME CO. Patarat. Iy.
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I'> t i MARION CURRY & CO. j d / Qw ALWA YS DESIRABLE-i i*

l I IQ T e People come for our groceries because they are nice anl *
4. fresh. When they send an order we respond quickly.) \Voa :

1g I 16, 18. 20 MANRESA STREET I* / they all. buy is worth*haviu tVe study the.needs aria'wanly: of .*

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? | PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. :::.4- a t THE GROCERIES WE BUY ARE :

r kCeoa6e THE KIND THAT'; NOURISHES AND PLEASE. JA
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Illml Flour made from selected wheat In half barrels for n. *
OO Dove Brand Hams, sweet tender and juicy for 15 cents. \\hoir/ a
wheat and buckwheat flour .5 cents a pound. French peas t

1 Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs i iJ e eY' *O* I 12% to 20 cents. 4*

4, LITTLE TOMMY MAKES VALENTINES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. % 14WGarden LAZ I A if O E3 VThe ,PPular *

.. Phone 183 Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. tJ .. .
A HUSBAND'S OPPORTUNITY."Say :NO.1 $NN.....11N01..01NNN.144<4 ...NNNNN

Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. tJ o'. :; ___ _ _______ n ___ ______ ___.
;i Trial Order Solicited. Write for'Prices. t laid Iris band familiarly on Potter's shoulder. e.
: Telephone 208. P. 0. Box 661. tm JVo. 5SO3.
. ::. "didn't I see you ID the stationer's a 1
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:1.................+++!..........1N10.11NN1.NNN t day or two ago looUng at.lrDtlnea1" C.W.LAMAR, President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant; Cashier
1 You probably did, as I was la there" M. E. CLARK VIce-Presjdent and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier

\u_ ___ -- --- --- -- ___ ----_ -_ was the answer. !
"Baying to: some sister or niece" .

a, .. "\_fgr my wife** THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

& Bat you are over 50 years old and ,
have been married a quarter of a fen* OF PENSACOLAFLA.
+ I Ir .
t t s
tury. Ton don't say tbat you are still
WAGONS
OF
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY UNITED STATES.
romantic?

aiJ Q aBUGGIESANO I .'. w.:: this-that my wife can beat me I CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $ OOOO.

o ; DIRECTORS.

...TO BE... I f .
a'I ii Henry L. Covlngton, Frank" Rellly F. [. Brawnrr,;
J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lemur,
Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders,

SOLD AT COST iIi-Twtj, 1 A. M. Avery, W. II"Milton, 0. E.. \Maura
I } W. 1.. Cauthon Dr. W. J. Hannah, McHen/ie Oertlng.

S. ____ C /Alex McGouin, C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark.

Accounts'of Banks, Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited.
We have a few fine buggies and in v'
wagons Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
stock which we are offering for sale at cost. .NFpC

Come and see them and get prices, or dropus I -- -- -- '

a postal and we will mail full particulars.




;t i PENSACOLA BUGGY CO., r I THAT NEW YEAR'S' RESOLUTION !



't Oro : 1 \\ s Have ,you forgotten it? How you were

* 30 East Garden Street, Pensacola, Fla. 1 j going to save a part of your wages by

i ii cutting out so many unnecessary expen-
I I set a linndred of the meanest V\
arleaqne valentines I cn find. \ ditures? We wish to remind you of the

.af i importance of sticking to such a resolution.
at argument or scolding or doing as she
pleases whether I t'Ve It U not. She's I -
obstinate and pigheaded and tsuchy.*and
the only way I can set even with her ison LET US HELP YOUBack
Valentine's Day. Then I get 100 of
the meanest burlesque valentines I can
find and send them to ber. and for the
BLOOUD next three month aba. wondering who resolution
sent >m and treats m; fairly, well. Try up the by opening a
It onte n Is a good deal better than -
POISON ,threatening her with the family ax." THOSE SWEET GIRL FRIDNDS.rVPa savings account and will add four per cent
!
Jolt
KERR.
-Ten; Jack asked me to he his ralentlneStel'a interest. With an account started it is
-That's strangehy those comic valentines are 'selling fis cscap as a wonderful incentive to save-it
a 'means
r Get it in Advance. cent!

I RI I -- ', .. '- thrift now and comfort for old age.
The with the all Is lost and
j young man -
Bono Pains .
ItchingScabby'Skin
I I Swellings -uee-to-llve-anylonger appearance apipealed -
to the sympathies r If bye aches beats all Scales: i ii
Scabs Eruptions.
;yon Watery
k>n his left on the street car, and he madebold .
) and p&lns in bones, Blisters, by giving pure,healthy blood (a .lIk I
[ to :
back and ,
=-' Joints atfeoledparte.. i "Young man. are a victim of mis- I ..,
Itching, Boabby i ;yon
ea Skin Blood (e.la ''fortnoet'"Its r 1
.
,J ., fon Musings the Skin and G Bumps Mucus'Patent lands, CANCER i'ti worae than that. ;t .? FIRST NATIONAL BAr K(

Tb aborc picture In Mouth, Bnppnratine Swellings,Eating Sores;'fa.b -
what BoUaic Stood Bore Throat, Plm- morsugly Ulcers B.B.B.heals the sores OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
or worst cancer perfectly. If ;you bare
pies OopperColorcdHpots
th8 I
B .dndo.m+
H k'o4purc+ aad tics. lJloenonanyputol all run down rertiistent Pains,take Blood Pimple Balm Swellings and they, Bunging will disappear JJi Ala r II I W. H. K>OWLES.; Pres. w.K. RTKR,JB., V.-Pre.. and Cashier. I I'r
before \ W. BRENT and W,K KOBERTB .A.t.. Caahier.
l boat Hair or Eyebrows'telling oat,take Botanlo Blood they develop Into Cancer.: \ .4 + l li DiarcTOBS-r.: C. Brent. W. A. Blonnt. W. H. Knowles, W. K. Rjrr 3rD ",
: k If ,Bot&nlo Blood Balm I / Guaranteed ant and..feto kk:aaom a l) Is Usted pleas \i I w I .O. Brent.
to eon the worst and most deep seated for SO years. Composed of Pure Botanic( 1
cases. Heals all sores,stops all aches and Ingredients. Strengthens Weak atom ,
pains,reduce all ew lllngsmakes blood achs, cures D lpepala. Price 81 per I --- -
yore and rich, changing the body Into a, large bottle..aake aa directed. It not ----
cared when right quantity Is taken,
Wealthy; condition. money; refunded. 8ampl Bent Free r. HILTON GP.ISN r..UDI.T. 1. K WKLLJCS.: VICB.PaaaeDan
Old Rheumatism. Catarrh Eczema. Scrofula writing Blood Balm Co. &tiiantaia. De.;Fare K.JI, .BCSHJ.ILL. : ,lUSBlir. 9ld\91r1YLDbloni tod strarsa
caused br; Poison in the Blood. B.B.B scribe your trouble and''pectal tree medl. I
topa Hawking and Bptttlng, Itching and eel advice to 1111' Tour GaA" alas IeIIt laporatahiag Citizens National Bank
; oor s Baeomausm, Catarrh; ..aledAWoraanFecIs..!! 4r,1 -i iIl f, l ,
of PeniteoU. Florida.DJ.rootor .
i I I IH I _.

,- l \ : Ceo,W Wrtrtt. Morris Bear T. J:. Ws.:.I'
r Rtz )t. Robinson L.Hlltoa Grreo. .
: r I A .ENER\L. B\NKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED. _-

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1e :;;;;; ...... ....,.,;;; ;;;".-U"; {/ ..Htt

f51t Depressed J. S. REESE>President. B. w. HENEFEE. Casaieu !
e i R M. CARr, Vlce-PrealdenU .

IIu frequent headaches tI THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOIA :
i appeUte ,a bed ao of berT ea.N Iaehot
1n&bW.y 1))
tp 'I
awp we!!. a .
'1 tOtJ1nc.I&fa no'DeCessar1JJ' soma dUo morNd 1emaJo, trislady sail-sow Director!-L. J. Reeves, J. 6. Reese. W. DeC. Kessler' R. M. Car.
t tF i V 4The I VV. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. t
It's the Liver. t TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUsiNES3.g *
YOUR SOLICITED t
ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY
Don't fan 10 nan with |t' .- e-to.llT ;. ..... ........... ...
4 Bl today ?Jour fflBtBlB a hoWe of ,- I .... .. ....... .. ..... t

expression. h..___ __

f.' HERBINE "Don't ;you expect a valentine from' : E

E .I,jour"1'.beet. already girl*got it; it came three- days I, R M.Cary. ,- -61_ ,...,. ,........ J".. .,;rl
',
1&11'111 QuIetly and surely ago.** Pats .:x; '-'''-'_
restore the
and dlgestjyo Organs to\belt normal Lever O "ADd that valentine had'two doves and I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ,
toell1ko a new woman After tUDCt.1oDo You'U two hearts on 1C and it said-" ir :
>tak1nc the 1z Steam Domestic Anthracite
st boUle "It was from her father said the i
50 Coata. ALL DRUGGISTS.aVssTsaaa.jsM young man. "and It said he cheerfully and Blacksmith COALH
me his daughter's hand, and hoped r I
fave
h get If'uled'in1Iat'III soon as Ethylene- t me a lovely jValenlfn u! a note saying Ms thoughts I Office-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
possible as all the rest of the family I
were cooling to lira with me for the rest are aU of me- I Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez efeets. Phones 6 an* 37_
ALL DRUGGISTS. <<. ,_ Wit !S'"-:. JOE KEBR... Erneat :-:TJ .i nothlni; ht doeu_think_oftener than one a month._ A1



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y" e: PEN 5 A C 0 LA" 0 URN A L,.. T H II R S DAY M 0 R N lNG, FEEt R U A R Y 15, 1906
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- j I! FINAl REPORT OF !fiN MEMORY OF Woiinds '-COUNCil ORDER S CROFUL"- :EPITM4CEI AWFUL LL'.L--\1|'I J is ,




.. and sores of any kind, caused by J

. TREASURERYON BENI GEORGE any kind of accident, cuts, bums, true that-Scrofularaiay be-acxurfred under certain conditions.;,- IWhUeeit'is i .

scalds, bruises, :sprains, etc., are C.H. GINGlES it is usually itsherit d. Parentevho are related by the ties of blood onrho '

best treated by the immediate ap. have a consumptive tendency,.or family blood taint.of any character arosuro II

plication of to transmit fit to their children-in: the form of Scrofula. Swollen glands, >

BE brittle bones, poor digestion, weak .i .1"
REESE HAMLINS REINSTATED eyes Catarrh emanated bodies and I *"**<* "SS3P aDd boutaev.a
weak 7-ear. ago 1ntensoy from
GoodVhite\ general constitutions are the it. Tried every doctor available at- '\
A principal ways in which the disKS expense,but crew rapidly worse: ;. 1\1
is ,had given up all hope ot beizu
-- ease manifested The blood has cured,and aa a dying man will grasp at ;j
I WIZARDOIL
Nearly Thirteen Thousand becndi edfrombirth.andbeingin .tra'W,' I wa.a peraua4ed by
Dollars Confederate Veterans Pass : (Continued'From First Page.) 'thiS'condition cannot brother, much against my wUl, to &. :
Stiff Bosom I properly nour- s.s.s. After taking aix bottl..,I felt a. ,
Shirt ish the body and Scjofula is the wonderful change for the better. I con- .
Handteifby Citizens Relief lutions on the Death Reso.l I vises I ,will ngag9 an expert to check snlt. A re- tinned 1ifDta. At for about st months jf t
This great, soothing, curative the matter as far. back as the council hereditary disease like this ktng a.l1 about flteen bottles: ..f ,
Committee. deems aoVisatie. can only be reached, by -a constitutional which entirely cured me"
1 In *n .very man needs in his Their Comrade. remedy'' relieves pain, reduces Respectfully submitted, remedy and nothing equals Montgomery! ,Va. W.H.STOCKTON i .

The manufacturer '" i I'! swelling and inflammation, *vnrtheals CHAS. H. BLISS. S. S. S. as a cure for it. It cleanses and strengthens the deteriorated blood, j ,

V4" P K. &ont': treasurer of the Cltll up all open wounds and Mayor. drives out all scrofulous>and tubercular deposits,and there is a gradual but ,

d ,.,- ..hue Shirts say that the zeus his Itelief Committee has submitted I Ward At the.U last C. regular meeting of Camp 1' sores. .It is the one perfect, mod. Impure Milk Ordinance.- sure return to health. S. S. S. supplies to the ,
final I V. the following resolu-' ;
of
report- moneys received em dressing, or treatment, for a The anaemic, lifeless blood the
,nrl Bosom and expended the tions were. unanimously adoptetf: ordinance governing the sale of properties necessary I.
are: all linen during fever ep'dem-
fT.::: ;
l ic last! fall, same having bein duly'I' I Headquarters Ward Camp wound. Its quick use will posi condensed milk and cream was returned S.S.S. to build back to strong robust health, and does

I g ,3-. 'a'i 1 to suit you get your aud-ted: and found correct. The report No. 10, U. C. V. tively prevent blood poisoning. without the approval of the 'major this gently .and so thoroughly that no signs of

is as follows: Comrades-Your memorial commit Always keep it at hand. inasmuch as he .stated that it was the disease are ever seen in after life. Being _

,poan: back here. See our '10 amount subscribed as per tee is again called upon to note the Says Mrs. Jessie Farris, of Elizabeth somewhat misleading. It was then referred PURELY VE G ETA B LE. Purely vegetable S. S. S. is the best remedy for if!

list published i ii Journal passing from this sphere of action one to the city attorney for his Scrofula; its harmless but healing ingredients :
,ne window tor advance of I .Kyi;: 4My! little boy was opinion. enter into the circulation and
our beloved
comrades. replace wax-like bloodless faces with 1
November vigorous
::. 1SD5; .. .10935.76 .
.,. m "Emery" and "Star" l.es5- General George Rtese. answered the badly burned on both legs, which The Finance Committee. strength glowing with health. Book with information about Scrofula and !4'i: .'

Eror in addition.. .$ 5.00 last roll call on Sunday, January 14th, were so drawn out of shape that Chairman Rellly'' of the finance, committee medica1,advice free..,.:... THE.SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AT1ANTA, CA ..
c -. $1 LOO and $1.50. Thes Amount J. A. Mer- If06! at about 4:30 o'clock p. m. he could not even crawL .I tried reported that $700,60 had been !
'In the death of Comrade ---- -- ---- -------- -
rut & Co. duplicated Reese, the many'remedies without relief, but collected from various timber merchants -

> s-ins shown In this diso'a . .. .. ,.. ...J300: :3000: city of Pensacola has lost one of its finally ] Wizard Oil madea for the timber boom at Mosco-
tiust citizens; Christianity one i its gee wharf, and that the had 111
!' are $l.COtar" brand I $10,905.76 brightest ornaments, the United Confederate perfect cure, and, he can now been turned into the treasury money; also VALENTINES AT REDUCED PRICES!

.24 !J' arc all stars, too. To amount additional list Veterans, one of its leaders; walk and run. We thought we that the committee recommended the

I i published in Joarnal Now and Lamp Waf! ', No. 10 U. C. V.. its should have to amputate both his 'appropriating of $300 to the Carnival Never has Pensacola !seen such fast Valentine buy-
foundw 1
29, 1&05: .. .. ...... 160:00 and enthusiastic, organizer: member and most zealous legs, and feel that Hamlins WizardOil Association The report was a !pt9d. ing, nor such beauties as we have shown this year. i
The franchise '
committee then reported Belated buyers can have choice at practically their -
saved his life Price 50c and
At <<;
the
beginning of the great
con upon a large nllI&b of ordinances own prices. 1
.
cTA1DAIDEoTHllJTHESEI1BUIL 11065.76 flict between the states in 1861, Comrade $1.00. which had been referred to that -f
To amount paid by Countyof Reese cast his lot with his people Sold r4 recommended bv: body. Coe's 'ElC'O B-tOre.
Escambia. : . 800.00 j
beloved
and
; southland.
; To amount s WHITE'S PHARMACY, The City Hall. Phase 235. 313 South Palafox s.t r-....,.
paid by City of
From Barrancas in January 1861, to -
Pensacola! .. ., .. .... 799.13 Appomattox in April 1865 he Pensacola. Fla. Chairman McHugh. of the committee 5------- I I
was
Phone 180, Night Phone 448.
I to award
the contract for
steadfast plans :
in his devotion to the Conrederato -i--- j
I. --- ---
$$12.664 cause, and after the surrender -- -. -- and specifications for th new city /
lessons in Cooking and Sewing. Less amounts in above lists in 1865 to the day. of his death, hall reported that the contract had
but not turned over to treasurer he devoted his talents and ESCIHBIi OYSTER DEPOT. beien awarded to W. C. Ausfeld of
"01II u: Vegetables, meats, salads I energy to
phstry cakes. candles, breads .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 40.25 the upbuilding of our devasted, .coun- Montgomery and that the plans: and Again Under the

.it l I 12:: lessons. $12. Sewing:; j try.: Phone 1210. early specifications date. would reach here at an LEWIS HOUSENew Management of ('

1 Total amount received from General Re se was an enthusiast,
r."A ng; fulling, fitting, dressmaking. and whatever Fine Perdldo Bay Plant and Escam The committee to confer with the Mrs.Helen Lewis :
i ,as''' fo- women and children Five' all sources .. .. .. .. ..$12,62464 cause he espoused, he
bla Oysters reasonable City Board of Health
I' CreditsBy did it with his whole heart and at prices. relative to the
$2 50. M. A. i
w -Ins. Mclntyre. in- ordinance compelling dairies
to be
>tnrror 301 West Chase. Sfeblw amounts paid strength. moved Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated"Especially
Tabarras & Co. from the city, asked for further
out as per vouchers Comrades-we who were ),n attendance '
II of the executive at the last memorial of this time} inasmuch as it had not had an Convenient for Transient Trade.
opportunity to confer with the health
R. K. WHITE committee of camp held on the night of January2nd authorities This was granted. OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. -
Watchmaker, M anufacturing, Jeweler] I the Relief Committee last, will ever remember how our
.
and Graduate Optician herewith 12624.64 $12.62464 comrade Genera] George Reese, seemed Reports of Boards.
to enjoy this last meeting with his TYPOGRAPHICAlUNION Chairman Walker Ingraham of the -
30 S. Palafox St., Psnsacola, Fla. --- -- H
P. K. YO mE. comrades of Ward Camp No. 10, Board of-Safety submitted the monthly -

Treasurer of Relief Committee. UC.v. report of that board, showing the crc1oz'f'cw&z ftli--

Pensaco'a! January 26th 1SOC. Your committee extend to his bereaved cost of conducting that department,

TERSELY TOLD We, the undersigned committee, sons and daughters its sincerest and also the saving made in the feed- ICE COAL and WOOD : Jjf
hare audited sympathy in their great affliction.N. LABELNot Ing of prisoners. was ordered filed. ,
the above account and 9 ITroxxx tlxe
: :
B. COOK, Chairman Zelius of the Board of
.
Editor W Williams, of the West- find the same W. to B.be FERR1SS.C. corrct. J. P. GOODMAN, Works submitted a report covering the I Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. i ;.

vni-'!I! Advertiser was in the city :yes- E. MERRITT.C. Committee. penoa'!' from November to January 31. Offlce-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. K I
'prrti\: the Florala tram. 1j
returning on and detailed the work which had been

The tourist club will give an excur- W.'Auditing LAMAR,Committee. a Badge of Servitude, but the done the by number his Apartment of feet ,of which showed __ __ n __________ _.
'on'! to-morrow if the weather fs goodea A Sanaoit Pawned the Guillotine. streets re-

\ ng Palafox wharf about 9 a. m.; But True. The Sansons have a place in French: Trade-Mark of Skilled Labor 'built, repaired, constructed, etc., as Ties of bond :trustees was then read A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST
Startling \\ell as gutters, crossings etc. He also -
did isitmg! tha navy yard, and going klstory, not only because they continued It provides that-the chairman_shall receive SUITED WITH A .
People th, world over were horrified stated that seven loads of ballast
and
on learning of the burn'ng! ; of a so long to hold their odious office, had been procured free of charge from also tha

\ large congregation was presentlas' I Chicago theater in which nearly six but because ,two of their cumber, afather vessels and in, some instances not the members of (10,000$300 per be appropriated year; for CERTIFIED CHECK : [
night in the Christian church tab- and son. held office during the and Living Wages.The tha( sum ,
hundred people lost their lives yet even wharfage was.paid by the city. advertising the boDl l3, paving expenses : ; _
frna..cle"hn] five were baptized. more than five times this number or evil days of the reign of terror, when Alderman ITAlemberte moved that of the board, etc. It was ordered Gc CIGAR.All -iI

Eta.ngelist Spiegel's subject for this over 3,000 people died from pneumo-( they were kept so busily engaged with the reportbe filed! and that board be to take the usual course. '

fvenlng! at 7.30: will be 'Gum ThicketCou'ins. nia in Chicago during the same year, their guillotine The last of the San- commended for the excellent, report, The asBigment salaries of city the qualities of flavor,aroma -
color and material
goo a' ,
which'
with scarcely a passing notice. Everyone ton dynasty was dismissed from hit was carried. employees 'was considered. in an ordinance embodied in it. .
l' ople arp coming to this city every of these cases of pneumonia resulted post In the teign of Louis Philippe, io Et;) Alderman McHugh called attentionto prohibiting the aame.
da I from cold and could have been 1847, under Feiuarkabfe the deplorable condition of the
wno must find furnished roomsor circumstance.
Ordinances.An A. Greenhut & Co.
sidewalk! East Jackson Health
on street b>
,
-
hoarding houses. And they turn! prevented by the timely use of Cham- Although he'had inherited a comforta/. ,

to ihi., want ads. as naturally as they!I berlain's Cough Remedy.: ,A great j Die fortune from his father, the executioner union label on,your, printing no tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets. ordinance to protect the public DISTRIBUTORS. -
'
would turn to a time-table: to learn i many who had every reason to fear| of the revolution, he got; into matter of what character is recognized This was referred to the officials. I health by compelling physicians to PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. '
pneumonia have warded it off the by workman Many Ordinances. report all casss of yellow fever within '
about trams! I by I pecuniary difficulties and was guilty ofpawnlng every. organized to .
: ---- -- --- -
prompt use of this remedy. The following mean that .the work"'was . Dr 0 B Tiller who was taken se- his guillotine! surely the moat ed under<' fair dlnance. I board of health power to compel fumigation
labor
is an instance of this sort: conditions and granting tha privilege to the For Expert Watch Repairing and
YOlou'Iill! Atlanta four lugubrious pledge (',-er'takE."n by mor *"'-*" read the ,
in about weeks' "Too much cannot be said in favor of good wages ;' Pensacola'Gas Company" to constructa !' and screening was
aev>, arnv''!Q' in the city last night and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and especially tal pawnbroker.: An order came from Good WAges to.the workmen of any! spur track on Tarragona street, between second time after being amended, and Engraving go to

"-as\3\en\ in the ambulance to the for colds and influenza. I tbt1 procurator general for the execiv community means better* citizenship, Cervantes and DeSoto streets.It then referred to the ordinance ant *n

tonio of his. brother Jno. B Tiller on know that it cured my daughter, Lauraof tion of a criminal' and the necessary better homes for the wcfrking class, was referred to the franchise com glossing committee and city attorney. J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler .
Easr Hill I>r Tiller is somewhat: ln- a severe cold, and I believe saved apparatus was lot forthcoming. The better advantages for the- workmanand mittee. The ordinance providing for the ex- ,
pro\ei bui i is; !s'lll in a very serious'; authorities had tb wives.and' : termination of mosquitoes was then
her life when she was threatened wito prison perforce to get children. Cash- A New Committee.At 213 South Palafox Street. j
condition. He w.as accompanied by pneumonia." 'V. D. Wilcox, Logan, It out of pawn, and the execution took paid workmen means to the community this point Alderman IXAIembeTtemoved read for the second time and referredto
hubr.hpr! IJr R. B.; Tillr who has I and the eommitt This provide The Latest in Watches -
New York. Sold by all druggists.HOOTON'S place. But the last of the Sansons was its business, thrift'and; progressiveness that a committee appointed same Designs i
nur'ei him during! his Illness. and general prosperity. thai all cisterns, cesspools, water -it rand
Informed that his
services would no to inspect! all ordinances 'coming before
Good tanks, etc., be screened, and also that Jewelry.
payincash !
Capi 1 Ino Rourke of Bagdad, was in longer be required. What became of trade where andfor enables what workmento the council, with the exception of houses be screened with not.l<*$s than ft
the <- n'fiterdar for a few hours. NEW him afterward decs not to b they those relating to franchises. The motion .1 li
appear please. an 18-inch mess. It also provides that ----------- -- -- --- -
('a pI R-II:rke says Bagdad: is von liver '--own. : was carried and the mayor later xrith- us-
nn\\ and Uiat the completion of the Those are fioma of the benefits of appointed! : Aldermen D'Al?mb'rte, deaths be reported by physlciaas
ness CIGAR STAND ----- organization to the workmen and tha in 12 hours and provides a penalty for Morris DannheisserFormerly
"I -
nndge across Pond Creak --- --- Yonge, Watson, Wright and Baars as
failure to do so.Bond.
community.
will t.iiiijr th. little town about halfth the committee.A .
-- Would you be .a party to change ( rly of Dannheisser Bros.)
dNuni! clo= to the Ordinance.One
Milton de
r
'n.ui .. SO MANY WOMEN these conditions? New Street. .Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, FIne
vo
Monda> has' previously been. On HAS EMPLOYED YOUNG LADY Under peaceable and ordinary conditions I' Alderman Reilly then Introduced an of the most welcome pieces:: of Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
( 'mh alt-o..h9 a Milton: will have it is ordinance, which was ordered to take news received by the council came
been not
benefitted
tpth'f'd; by taking Hostetter's compulsory for a '
:/ to electricity from the Hag WHO WILL DEVOTE HER EN- Hilton Green, of 4h<>, Old '
lad flpLight, ; Stomach Bitters during the publisher or job printer to print the Ms usual course, providing for the from Chairman L. Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty

is. '11\" i l been recognized as the best Woman'smedicine Jrinting, although it is to his benefit that of DeLuna street, and also thatit he was in receipt of a telegramfrom PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. .; -
I before the, public. If at all times to do so, thus showing shall be paved and that no sidewalks the firm of Dillon &: Hubbard of

Jack Hooton's cigar trade has become suffer from ailments peculiar to jour you that he emplojes skiied union labor I'I'I be con&tructea'( on the same. .'New York in which that firm declared I - -- ..

only one way to give des- such a feature of his bu3ine-s!' sex get a bottle of strictly. To satisfy yourself as to This street is commonly known as that the PE'nsacolabond' ordinance I
'"" -h. B'ue Ribbon Flavor Ask: that beginning to-day he will have his whether the, printing of your newspaper Cushman's alley and It is the intention -. was legal In very res-p: <*ct. The

f<> Blu Ribbon Vanilla and say it cigar: case placed in (he vestibule ofPharmacy "ostetter's.Stomach or job work is done by union : of th. city council as well as the [ordinance was submitted io this firm BASKET BALL

pan his where the public cannot l labor, insist on the label appearing owners of property along the same to j some weeks !since' for an opinion, and!

help but see it and patronize it. in print on your newspaper and your make it a typical Spanish .stre t. De- [their favorably opinion full assist: in
Mr. Hooton has employed Miss Gra- Bittersat job work Luna was one of th9 first explorers to the sale of the bonds.

Retail Clerks' [Union ham to take charge of his cigar business once. It always cures Vomiting,' The above label i I Is; registered! under land in Pensacola bay and as there is The matter of selecting member brought of Friday, Feb. 16. ,,
will demote her tithe to pot a street hearing hs name it wa< the Board of Equalization
A and she Sick Headache, Backache, the laws of the United States and is
n Cramps
m of
rnon w.IIlf'ng! the Retail Clerks' this feature of the trade exclusIvly.Ilootons :: Sleeplessness, I Indigestion, Dyspepsia,, loaned for use it union principles} are thought most appropriate to name one up by Alderman D'Alembert, who PENSACOLA Y. M. C. A. REDS
.1n'ldn! the 'Central of the members.
himSalaries stated that two
is street after
Pharmacy particularlywell Chills complied with by those favored with -
T-de Costivneess, Colds La
Council l hal!! or Grip Bran would -
Friday at vs.
even'ng
I of Messrs. Stlllman and
located for the convenience of Bond Trustees.
ft.i5: oc.ock. [ pe. A fair trial will convince you of earn a. and ha placed ;_
,
I I'those who love a good cigar as more that members of not consent to serve
F. J. its value This label proves An ordinance relating to the sala-! E. Anderson, at PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOL fi
RIERA. in nominationV.
that corner in atay
1fpl,2t. people probably pass the International Typographical Unioudo '
President. than other one location. the work. '- --- present a member and A. V. Clubbs ;
pass any -- ---
Y. M. C. A. JUNIORS
DeSilva. Alderman Reilly
and H. G.
Preserve this and Tefer to it when
GUMBO SUPPER BY Chamberlain's Cough Remedy theMother's Marine Grocery Co. occasion requires.Pensacola! Well DeservedTHE nominated Lee DanisH as one it was mem decided vs. P-_ ;i4.
LUTHERAN ber. After some discussion
CHURCH TONIGHT Favorite.
The soothing and healing proper Typographical Union. to let the matter rest until thnext P. C. S. JUNIORS. 4

TErau Verein of the Luthera ties of this remedy its pleasant taste 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox SL PRAISE THAT COMES FROM meeting.
ciimb The ordinance relating to the ea-: of Y. M. C A.
uil Gymnasium ,
P-he a Gumbo Supper at and prompt and permanent cures have :hone 725. '
THE DEMOCRATIC the sidewalk limits was
thf' nonnj! of Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer, Sr., made it a favorite with people every- THANKFUL PENSACOLA tension of the next meeting. First game begins 8 o'clock p. :

0v,>rt rjo\ernm street, tonight, where. It is especially prized by V. J. VIDAL Manager.THE PEOPLE. psotponed until
boning! :aft: 7 o'clock.] mothers of small children, for colds, i' STATE COMMITTEECALLED m. Only one admission for

Tne<=.' ladies are well known for proup and whooping cough, as it always t.' fails Sick Headache. both games : ;
remedy never
't1si One kidney
Ir urress relief and it -5----- This distressing ailment' results
as entertainers at affairs affords quick as 25
0: :nt HOME OF GOOD Pensacola people rely upon it. condition the Admission: cents
kind harmful THINGS I TO disordered
and there will no doubt contains no opium or other : from a
TO IN -
MEET JACKSON. That remedy is Doan's Kidney Pills. ., in
*
4 'large! attendance there ton'ght. drug. it may be given as confidentlyto EAT. ,. Pensacola testimony it always stomach. All that is needed to effecta -----f : ,.
proves
_J:_.admission is free, gumbo :23c. a baby as to an adult. For sale by VILLE ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY cure is a dose or two 'of Chamber :
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-- all druggists. Just Received: reliable lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. In -_- f Ii.
24. Z. A. 1 nom as, circulation manager I:
fact, the attack may be warded off. or
IT CURED THE DOCTOR. I Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch of the Pensacola Daily Journal, and !
Warrlngton F. & A. M. ,- ,. greatly lessened in severity, by taking There's :
Ne I 50 kits ol fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per living at tl3 East Lloyd street, .conner these Tablets -
Scientific There will be a special communication a dose of as soon as I
Dandruff Treatment ,
"I
: had
of 10th avenue says a -
Recommended of Naval Lodge, No. 2%. F. & A kit. :The following,call for meeting' of small of the first symptoms of an attack. ap Satisfaction ;
by a Physician. M.. at Warnneton Thursday night, 50 kits Salmon $1.25 per kit. .'he 1 Democratic State Executive Com-i dull achinj; In the my backat pears. Sold Ey all druggists.To ,, \

''in Mary C. Crawford Oakasdale: Feb 15'h at 7 p. m. Work in the 50/ kits halibut fins. $1.25 per kit. 'mitte has just been received: 1 times which annoyed me greatly, rearing a, collar that 11' <
Doan's
Wa..h)1 l "'11 'rplciJe cured perfectly. M.\ M. degree. Facilities far returningto ; : 50 kits of Cod 'Tongues and Sounds .1 A meeting of the Democratic State advertised and when I I saw thought they Kidney might Pills cureIt. I Members of Local. No. 74. just es smooth as ivory on the 0'. r cc-

taadruff and falling sair. Pensacola will be provided. $1.25 per kit. I Executive Committee 1 is hereby calledto edges.It -; -
Local No. 74
box meeting of ,.
0 E P.Bt>ardsly. Champaign: III.: Brethren m !fPensacola arc cordialh"1I Bloaters, Milkers and Roes, "Herring I, take place in Jacksonville at No.I so I procured a at SidneyKahn's A special and Joiners of America I is also a satisfaction to :il ;

.'I Used J Herpicide for dandruff and I invited. Codfish, Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles', I :21! West Adams street at 10 o'clocka. drug store, corner of Romananad Carpenters have your collars returned home I !l.'fi'.1.
I The > will behold Monday night, February .
&l1t'as
'a"nK hair, and am well satisfied German Sauer Krout m., Saturday, Feb. 24th, for the Palafox streets. J.t due the laundry Ironed and shaped
o'clock.
attn: Ih. result. I The Original Laxative Cough Syrup Pigs Feet in kIts \\00. I I i purpose of making arrangements in all that could be wished. One box 19, at 7:30: M.Bring JOHNSON books. Just like new and with no J .
JAS.
All It Kelly 2195 D??adlronreeot is Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake I I I connection! with the next primariesand cured the trouble! and :there has not- PresidentP. broken edges.: >

IH Fraacbco: "Ut>rplcide put a new It expels all fold from the system by National Biscuit Cos Fruit Cake, 25c,' to attend to such oth r business been the slightest sign of a recurrence! For this kind of collar satisfaction ;- C -

<*' th of hair on my h(.a d. Herpicide acting as a cathartic on the bowels. per pound. i as may then be 00 nst.Q'ered.Yours Should I have another attack In the O. ANDREWS. I go to the ('t
'::01'" more than is claimed." i i Kennedj's Laxative Honey and Tar is We handle the celebrated blends ofl very truly future I shall surely resort to Doan'sKidney Recording Secretary 13feblw

Hf'rpidd" kills the dandruff germ. : a certain safe and harm'ess cure for Coffee roasted by: tha Gulf! City Coffee!I i D. U. FLETCHER Pills, as I know they can be

'r. "trothe.. caus you remove, the I| colds, croup and whooping cough. Co., H. P. Chlpman. Manager. HERBERT L. DODD, Chairman. depended upon to do all that is claimed To,draw the 'fire out oVa burn, heala The Star Steam;

e< oup*.. dandruff falling hair Oaxaca. 3ic lb.; Gold Standard, 25c Secretary. for them" cut without leaving a scar, or to ,. ;

and pret .nts baldnss. !TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION., Ib: Diamond Blend 25c Ib; Golden For sale by all dealers. Price, 50 cure boils sores, tetter eczema and all Laundry. ,
F .r' hale by W. A. DAlemberte .-. 1 Rio. 20c lb.Strictly TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY i cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo 'skin an!' scalp diabases, use DeWltt's -

niKgisi Bnrt apothecary 121: South BOARD AND ROOMS. fresh roasted and as gooj TakE LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine New York, sole agents for the United Witch .Hazel Salve. A specific for 37 E- '2ardn St. Phtnftk -- -

Pa1.afox .tr'ft. or seM 1OC. in stamps THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for as any Coffee sold In this city. Tablets. Druggists refund money if It States. pUt>s.- Get _the genuine. No remedy Pensacola. Fla.I .

fej' sample to Tbb Hexplclde Co, De- rent, suitable for lIght! housekt't'p- Send us your orders and we will deliver falls to cure. B, VES slgnaitijre Remember the name-Doan's-and cause.such: ..speedy relief Ask for

'!'aitt ioI'I- Ing. Apply 501 W. Chase. 13feb| promptly. !, is on each4kJ' :.. take no other. A' W1tt'a-tb. -enuine. I '

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PAGE EIGHT. THE PENSACOLA .JOU RNA L, THURSDAY MORNING' FEBRUARY 15, -1966- ...
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'feoted by a committee- one from administration- necessary to the wel!I

ct' each of them that will meet on March I fare of its citizens. On the franchise. ;

.itnjafnla 1 JOUfnalJ 1, The meeting today will plan the I question the League will demand that
machine for the rest'of the state, ani public property,belonging to all the Ii .- :
when Mr. Hearst has given the propo- citizens be administered on behalf of
I
sition evolved the :stamp of approva]I the public;;:as private property is.ad.. THE JOURNAL'PANAMA
.. active work will begin and Hearst's I ministered by an hcot&t trustee. on be.i ,
Daily. Weekly. Sunday:? Interests will be looked after by some I half of th. 'private owner. I r

of the most astute politicians up state. I The energies'"of the exponents .of I
PUBUSHED EVERY: MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ,. ;i.i'r iBT The Independence League has al-I the League's principle are to be concentrated ,

already been organized, in a prelimin-! ) upon promoting election re-!
'r I inary way in the citfe'Jof Buffalo, forms eliminating bribery and corruption -:!

THE JOURNAL COMPANY :I Rochester. Syracuse. Utica, Albany, and making it possible for the CANAL EDITION
Auburn. Binghamton,Saratoga, Elmira people to-express,their will by the bal-
and In Westchester county Tentative lot. Their platform will protest

; JTBAJOC L. HAYES PJUMDKTT AH Goran Xu GD.I organizations have been' formed against the 'misuse of power and
in several small towns and villagesand :: money as recognized under "boss
they will be perfected as soon as. rule.! It'will pledge the ladependenca
r MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the Executive Committee decides upon League to the direct nominations system -

the precise methods that are to be it that measure is not passed b3 IS NOW ON SALE AT ALL NEWS STANDS-
followed! in conducting the campaign.It the legislature this year, and special .,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. is said that the Hearst enthusiasmin stress Is laid Qn the purpose to protect : .

; all sections! up the state is as great .the laboring man by just andproper :',: .
.'c..y..,_..__._.|5 00 One MontH...?...?. 41 and even more pronounced than it is regulation of the hours of la- : 'T\ ." --

Six Months .......... 2 60 I r One Week ........... 10 in New York City bor. The election of United States ,.._ : PRICE, 15 CENTS. BY MAIL, 20 CENTS. ,
::4 :.Three Month....... 1 25 I Weekly Edition. y ar.l 00* The tentative -platform of the Independence Senators by direct vote of the.people : '

I I League, as announced in advance and the exposure 'and prosecution of .
Paper Sale at all
. I ea News 9taaQs.a .
of the meeting of by ,
this: afternoon great frauds against the people .
I is that the Hearst organization will great financial corporation will form f -
I
?t ,THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED : pledge themselves and their candidates : solid plank's in the platform. Mr.I .." ... .
CIRCULATION I i .on the state ticket to bring; Hearst will attena the meeting this afternoon : '
, STATEMENT .
CAN BE SECURED. ORDER BLANK
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about legislation In the interests of all in tha Gilsey House, and his :
vY j _- I I I the people and to secure for the state advice will be followed by the Execu-: A suberbly illustrated -

{I, I Otoee-I01: tad>110 PH But OiNE Qorernmeat No. 3& Street' :4TICL -'. certain laws and certain reforms in tive Commrtee. j work. *showing) Pensacola The Journal's Panama Canal Edition.i

.' The Pensacola Journal.
as she is to-day The most Pensacola, Florida. '
11 JPEN'SACOLA, FIXXTCTDA THURSDAY HORNING FEBRUARY la. 1906 The Sunny Side of Life Gentlemen: Find enclosed herewith :20! cents In silver tot

complete and expensive one copy of -The Panama Canal Edition, which 'please send to(
the following address.
decidedly practical' view of the matter '
t Threatened Uprisingin .
edition issued
special ever
when it says: ,

China If it ever came to that, Nick Lon; .
City. .
. Joan Chinaman Is abont to break worth could keep his family from j;3 : i in the Deep Water . .

out again according to former secretary want for several years by soaking his I e III t
Following are some of its
wedding presents. 4r
1, Wong Fong of the Chinese Six ,
.
r r Companies, an organization which $ t special featuresi. .

practically controls every Chinaman I s ,y jl I .
r i In the United States and stands high NEWS AND VIEWS '* f'i t

?, ' it > i .
,
is the
Wong that
Fong opinion
i i 1tI- R 'Over 100 halftone views Pensacola, Pensacola Bay, and scenes. in surroundingcountry.
. :the present trouble In China will culminate "
f ,
t in the greatest massacre of A Pertinent Suggestion.One '
{
1 modern times and has issued the following of our merchants Is*very an 't! I A .. *

& > warning to a. number at Am r1.1 gry and seems surprised at the 1 j.I. Page map of Pensacola Bay, showing depth of water and points of interest
amount of trade Sears Roebuck & Co. kit a b11t
F CAn friends: I and Montomery & Ward are pulling 1 + j about the place.

The blow Is about to fall. Cable from this section every jear. He
:warnings to friends to leave China at I wants toe newspapers to take: it up M .A special article on Pensacola and the Panama Canal by W. A. Blount, Jr.

j once. Tell them to seek the protec- and correct the evil. The Star would II
., tion of Germany temporarily, and to suggest that a committee be sent to I It A Review of "Historic Pensacola' by ]. E. D. Yonge.
get out of the country before Feb- Chicago and stop these firms from ad

nary 24th. vertising. That's where the whole Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama nal on Pensacola, by
For some time past the United trouble lies.Lake Butler Star.
F -)Stat s has been strengthening its : + to I Governor N. B. Broward, United States Senator S. R. Mallory United States Senator

forces In the Far Bast several additional Possibly a Compliment. 1 J JasJ: P. Taliaferro, and Congressman W B. Lamar. ,
Lucien
Young who commanded the
1- '
; reig'ments-having! been recent1y
Bennington wheln her boilers explodedand I 1i ((1 1I A "Romance of the Nellie Cravey Gilmore.
dispatched to the Philippine Islands killed about half the crew, has I Fleetby

in anticipation of an outbreak been reprimanded by the naval secre- .
In the Flowery Kingdom and it is tary. The reprimand was of such a An article on "Sugar Cane in West Florida" by Judge Jno. Thomas Porter.

S understood that other nations have delicate: character that we are not certain .
. I whether it was intended as a ) "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago,'" by Senator Stephen R. Mallory.
3 taken similar! precautions. This being compliment or otherwise. Diplomacy i(, I ,

the case prompt action can betaken operates on a very smooth.track. I '; iI : An article from,the National Sportsman, entitled' "Pensacola, the Fisherman's

rc ., to quell any uprising. in coast : Leesburg Commercial.I' I, '
Paradise Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.
by
,
cities, at least. L_ J .
k Useful "Bob White." :. \ I -

, The Jacksonville Metropolis gives The open season for quail closes:! : 4.-'"} : Pensacola trade statistics, from his report to the Chamber of Commerce? by

,the following rainy day advice to its with the last day of this month and ; tu't Secretary W C. Jones. .
then the little poultry of the fields .
iv numerous patrons, under the caption t
will have a rest, or should have. "Bob .
'Prepare Your'Copy Carefully:" White" is too useful 'to the farmer

. There Is not much business done on and fruit grower! to be slaughtered y .' by'_ M k'

very rainy dais. ruthlessly. It may be remarked by ,: ''-C ,._ '8.", .. ........... .: :. !1 .
,Ve would suggest to the merchant way of caution that any one shootingmore
,r that a pretty good thing to do on a than twenty ((20) birds in one ,:, 'Tere Is OM ttlaj." the girlie Mid. +1.86" :. ; The'work is. attractively printed on heavy enameled paper, and the halftone

dull, rainy day is not to. complain at day is liable to a fine of not less than "I do net .ad.ntIDd-- ..... sa.r t "
the weather not to worry over the $25. "Tact .why you go and steal maj'Iteart."J,, ',' views which embellish it are not only representative of the city's widespread points ,

business that does not come in. butAo .i- "TbeII.t me for mj hind." ':'... } t t2v of attractiveness, but they are superb samples of the engraver's and the printer's art

spend the time in thoughtful careful Limit the Ghoulishness.It : .

preparation of your advertisingcopy. Is a very frequent news item The Dude .Gets; On. '.:. ,tr. .. r II I The Panama, Canal Edition is now on sale at the news stands and throughoutthe
't" '
these days relating to the digging :
In advertising it Is necessary to of-, corpses that have been buried for up "Tlj the postman'* whtetle. The dade "By thunder now, bat thus I trow: I II city, and out-of-town readers are invited to send in their 'orders en the coupon
thave! a good newspaper. It is necessary weeks in order to whether there froaliea with anticipation. A misotre If I ne'er was.as insulted! '
see
to have circulation. It is necessary might not have been handed ia. H. recognizes h ndwrlt- :A braying MS before the glass contained in this announcement. Address all orders to
some mysteriouscause tar cud a warm glow BpveaOa all over la all.tkat hAS !
to have attractive advertising.Imt aulte4luJOE
for the demise. It will become
soon liin::: as he sets: KERB.
the most important thing about to enact laws after
necessary "Oh. Taleutlne, from girl cf mine
advertising, all other conditions beingequal the fashion of the statutes of limita- Tls of ben love a token:
is the preparation of ad. copy tion to protect corpses from the inconvenience A message scat. with tore1 Intent Wanted a Pointer. THE PBNSACOLA JOURNAL
i There are very few advertisements "1'" lht'IIYe'me a bit ef.Information f
exhumation. While haveno
, corpses
may .
' If would be salt t* the man
that! made effective by fancy yon
are gar-
there
fniture.Vhat feelings, are living; people who was waiting! on a street corner far. a
a business advertisement who do have, and there ought to be a ear. '
needs Isptain statement of limit to this sort of ghoulishness. "Wett, ale what la Itr Pensacola Florida.
(important and snltabh: facts in the Tampa Times. TkereTs a fellow down here in a saloon) I
Jplatnest possible manner. .* I who Is talking .about Lincoln's birthday
'
and trying to "make out what a .great!
9 The "Old Stand Bys. taan be was."
John D. Rockefeller whose Whereabouts While' our brethren of the press "WeUl""Wu ,

have been a mystery since the are discussing would-be gubernatorial he so nr11're&tr .
candidates they should not fail ''I). you mean to tell .me, sir", demanded .
t' eginrung of the state of Missouri'sinquiry "" -- --
tfee other-"do you mean to tell. Animal nvtn tHe Most Teeth. .
into the affairs of the StanHda'rd to mention Billie Milton. Judge Liddon me that you don't1' know who>> Abraham''. The animal baring the most teeth is
Frank Harris, Wallace Stoval, Geo. ,LlACOMa ,...r' Vfce' Ossrf If Xe Small.
Oil and who has been Central) "In battles the is first
monopoly the of south
W. Wilson and the other "old stand- "Bit. ] hate a heap of things on myimlna With the: exception of the English I great armadillo I II eye
' searched for to keep track: of, yea kkow. Hei. cad northern South America. It is a.
{vigorously by subpoenaWervers "
Palitka,
Times Herald.
-
bys. was great wit net"TCbe penny, the cent la the largest minimum overcome. -Latin Proverb.In .
i
: is now rcfwrted to be In greatest of the great. His .name) unit of money in the civilized world.. I fact well known to most people th5,1
and. V f ot Washington will be linked togetfter J* the normal zsmber. of teeth :
Accommodate.We or average
| Miami. lie is said to be traveling Willing to for; centuries to come." Hourly speaking, onr cent is worth 2kopeeu
large yacht which praise the East Coast: Whydon't "Was n a greater.man than Jim Skinner ;,2 cents Mexican Chinese and In mammals is thirty-two-sixteen i I
(Incognito upon a the East Coast '" above and the same cumber below. the strife of molern ty" l lea
newspapers "Jim Skinner Who In the devil was East Indian, 2 atts milliemcs. It is I
'made in Miami harbor )
its appearance praise uS.-Oeala Banner. What do The great armadillo however is an exception 4{ man must bo ffghien: u
\ or Is Jim Skinner than
two and half times the
a larger
.
t Jon Sunday. If the report gains credence :you mean. Brother Harris? Praise Hl Valentine. "Why Jim la the man wbo held a royal I I|I having from 02 to 100. lie has : fore ho can be \beaten: W f
flash la club the other and cent of the Netherlands or the krentzer. a merchant .
our beccmes afraid
: I in New York Miami will be the you or praise your section? The Me- peter night from twenty-four to twenty-six in each I
scooped U a pet: of $125.: If Wachlngtooj. There are 4 plea ore, or pf ennige to the the '
T\ dude looks at the big with "advertising sty i
envelope! pace"
' tropolis, for one, will do either or both Is ahead I wont say anything; If Jim U side of the Jaw and from twenty-
for delegation of court offi- upper ,
f Mecca ,
: a Just as you say. We certainly loving eyes for a long fire minutes and abe<<(f I'Q go back: to the saloon and blaffl cent or-5 ban!. eenteslml. lepta. heller", I'I competitors is nalf-defea I w
t t" ( dais and lawjers clerks. word have said appreciate then proceeds to open It. He also proceeds that fellow out of his boots." :>ennfa, centimes or' stotinki. A cent two to twenty-four fa each side of the even before ho has "siai'ken' a j
every you about
to eirUhut JOE KERR. lower Jaw. Another.peculiarity lies in : "
111 this section and neck-o-uoods and Is worth. 10 paras Turkish! or 10 Japanese pac::.
I i The complications In the manage11' : hope you will keep it up, but we had run 11 cash Chinese or fiO. paras the tact that they are all molars or In business
!, went of the Atlanta News which ret really never thought of returning the Servian.! What the trolley car (con grinders. They increase in size Irom uccasfful man is he who-

t!!f 1 suited in the resignation of John Temf "tickle" tor Good Old Marion and the ductors !Cerria gay when tendered a front to back Instead of from the wot ries the fi'ht to his: artx>.Year

,, ; | pie Graves as editor in chief markI venerable editor of the Banner are ire cent fare. in-paras would probably and are wholly destitute of enamel -the Aggressive man-aIQ It
: so well known we had not deeded it *be fit to must bArmed
print. I
: the beginning of the end ot that aa-
if Some Crown ,
ll Without Graves the ncessary to tell of the great qualities -_-___.._. -7 When Emperor L t
ruble. paper. of one or both, but we can do it. and Napoleon wj
I I News will lose its Interest to the public will do it If the point is urged.-Miami -i A PeulmUt."Don't crowned king of Italy at Milan WithPublicity.
In general and will speedily drop Metropolis.] be too anxious to,get a 1us- :23: 1805 he placed the Iron Mn'l
band, said the wise matron. "Dentgo Lombardy upon his.bead 'with hn
Egi s 'Into obscurity. It Is a pity too for the around .
** hunting: for one hands, ex la1mlng, *DIeu me Ta donrp! ;
I 1 t independent Atlanta paper had a field "Think' I should Just flit down and gare a'qul'la touche-.tCod has given! itt .

M .ipecirliarly' its own and it made friends HEARST READY FOR # wait for one, eh?" replied the maiden. me; beware who touches it), which

I und :got business from the very be- THE STATE CAMPAIGN. .# "Teg for you'll sit up and wait for was the haughty ,motto attached to it
.ANew one often enough after
planing. t you're gotldx" by iU ancient owners.The .
York Press. m
Hungarian crown worn at their nature.
Fully one thousand people witness- l Accession by the emperors of /vustrla There are no genuine satire tl'or' j
f. :' -; i Qalte ]rat_..!. t'Otf&S'CJ1with'
, led the hanging of a colored murder as kings of Hungary .18,'t\e identical! In the Japanese language to
Hnsbaad What did
you think when "*:
: i er at Augustine Friday last In. With the meeting of the Executive yon hem the chandelier fall last one worn by Stephen 1.00 years ago. It our words "nature" an* tat
r : Committed of, Is of gold and Professor Basil Hall Charoberuoa -
the pure neighs nine
:. eluding a number of women, several Independence night? Wife Why, I thought you had marks I:1n:
a LE'ague.hich will be hela' six score of prsf(';.sor of l
f this afternoon ounces (fourteen pounds) and is years
fainted when the been detained on business ,3.
of whom drop was again and Tr s:
'
In the Gilsey House in the university ? ,
I headquar adorned with 53 sapphires, 50; rubies, 1 Imperial
d i I .'sprang. The public execution of a I tens it may be said that the Hearst were getting upstairs u quietly aa ror" emerald and 338: 'pearls. regards! the absence of the v>rd "ar1"

snurderer Is a relic of tire barbarous campaign for governor will b& formally could The crown of the king of Franca as a weakness. Ue thinks tb- \i'nce

y of the Middle Ages and should I'I'daJ"S !I opened. The leader" of the Municipal ..1n 1..M: P..wa.a. !s a circle enameled. adorned with f.a word for "nature" may f" i1"
all
Ownership movement, which is
not be permitted In fair Florida. The 5 ogresarls becoming precious stones and heightened' th& opposite. OJature- be regards! : -
now to be extended<< throughout the extremely rap- cp with adeistlcsynonym o-
taking of a human life is too serious length and breadth of the state, with r 1d.t eight arched diadems rUing from' as Proteus at times for the Creator, *' otD'!'

; a matter to be made a spectacle op th<\ object lot nominating a complete fe.ldeed. In.Ue year 3000 or a.fl1tiWIB many flecre-de-lia. thateonjota at the euphemism ..wited, ]or
the things
the order of a free show. I ticket: In the campaign next fall, arrived : pwtjfZaitto gpt atmeve 00 it top' under a double iieur-delia, ail of flmes beings or left out or t-e!:
with
I in town from Washington yes '1 wSttl' '-e"t4ofei feat" old,-Ckacshen' Journal.The the universe man his! "CJclous
terday. The members of the Executive Impulses: of man as opposed to
Castro is getting ready to fight.1 1i Committee had been waking for -- acts, or that which is rf'II.IIIDI! *!'

i,,3Ib rever, getting ready to fight and.the return of Mr. Hearst, that they and proper or, again, with tbeoloSP: '
Eaghting are two separate things. might go into'"1h< earnest' 'consideration lpjtb., hArt your bowels regular?" He exactly the opposite. -In short '
; it j of the plan for the organization DoctorAlwau; knows that daily action of the the professor nhe word 'nu:on-,1

eight years ago today the Unitedbattleship I II of the, Independence League in every !, bowels Is absolutely. essential to stands!! for everything in genera! ) <::e
Maine blown I city town and village in the state. :. t+ t > Then keep'yoor.liver active for nothing In particular In ..O"-"
States was up
The organization of the ,forces In this A Asbealtb. bowels re&nJW by taking to define and nerving only as a wilH-
the'harbor of Havana. O
I l 1n city ,Is well under way, and a barmonious THE SPIRIT OF THE DAI.Te S. :doses 01 AJer's ping. .. the-wIsp. to mislead mf'wphj'3j-at:1:
I 'union-of all the associations Owl-Tfhat have yon got there? l' : t w. .minded DerBcna.-Impre iOIls Coa'
The Atlanta Constitution takes a ol Mutual Ownership men will be cf- t a Tie Etork-Ob,jmt a littIanIcariae tor Idr4t ewpo.. J.o'M :
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RATIFIED THE ,J''b'" ...s::;'" ....r:'\ ... t .Jf1"\: .. "' .
Danderjne :.\. \ ) _.._ ,.,. "''''''( _.;'pf' ...; "
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: PROVE IT.SUSS -i.'t BOARD : \' THE CHILDREN ENJOY I -


'I cfli Life out of dOOrs and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment -

.- which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that

r --- healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When : -
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Baldwin County CommissionersPass 'a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and .

; strengthen the internal organs on which it acts should be such as physicians would h' 1
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Upon the Contract for sanction, because: its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy :

itself free from every objectionable quality. The which
one t4\
r'I remedy physicians and i
Steel Bringe. r parents, wen-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, J )t'f" "

.-'" because of its. pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup : _

-...: of Figs-and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by I'2
tt ; S Information was received in the ;cfathers::_ and mothers. _
city yesterday from Bay M:nette. the ;
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I county seat of Baldwin county, to the Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally >s. :
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; without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually fr- $( _____
; effect that the Board of Commissioners : : -' -
i S '! of that codnty bad endorsed and without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old-

Jr_I ratified the action of the E camb'aCounty f S'b' time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so -

Board in awarding the contract 4v carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood, -4

for a steel bridge across Perddo; strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not fS .

river to the Southern Bridgs Company. : needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only -
( $ This action was taken at the meetIng the _
and
simple, pleasant gentle-Syrup of Figs.
of Tuesday when Commlsa'o:1erHollman :
who was present at tie ,-' : Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative i: _

MAZUIACA HBNBY. TLOKt>CE nUSS LL. meeting of the local board, reportedthe principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our .. _

1038 rorrectvill Av., CHICAGO. *.. 6 ean. action of Escatnbia county, and original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do _
):i MIII'lI'J'e3J.SBetorelbenllulllncDaDdertDe ::115 U. wk asked that the same be ratified. Thisj
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Street, CHICAGO. I f-a- not of the substitutes
which
accept
any dealers
wMfallinrouilBmathaiiitefiU. unscrupulous sometimes offer to
ID7haH md I am Since U has MISS SELMA HAS3ELL was, done, without Question ,
become I ''
to soy that iMaAnrioe renerallr known 4t ,
not
ooly -f'
t..ued. taa Blade mj.halr arrow more stopped t-haji twice it at thai Dant1ertDe cauaea: blUr to rfow just 37J3 If ortb 42d Court, CHICAGO. The agreement is that the counties increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the Company- "4 -
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\g Tnjr S U aver wasT" rd on the bea4 ofe dren I a \ .
of of Escambia and Baldwin are each to CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of In "
Mr*.Elclse Alberto. UttU Cock.Arkaars- "It trui7 oni080 mMur x*Peraona.many Kiaa 1I&68e1YII: -My hair would not every package. ., r.
i*surely. arbbl.the war bandanna liprores notice. UuleMlaaRuaselLwhoSphotorrapb ca*** are commr: to our react below my waist when I began nainc pay one-half the expanse of construct (--b.....:. '.-.. order to get its beneficial .. \ _
Ithacmademy I
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Ihrvui h&irrrawteainehealonr- appear abore,is yonr Danderina. U was aleo faded and pliw,. ing a steel bridge over the Perdido .: ',r-"W ; .
mootb and it la certainly one of -i-.k : !
i ore rettinr thicker :. :" /; _
and l--
effects
longerg it is
the remarkable tiny at the ends. Now ft ''- '. always necessary
tit' lime. I beiiere In giving praisa where it iso Is onee. Her beauffiL hair It U over JX teat river which divides the two counties. ,' .' '"4 ..... '.a"j-. ''. \-yj:
::. 'i t l you can UM toy name as reference U over tllmy Inobun long and ber mother longer tbaa U ever was and It has retained '"w ("""' :'':..'''!, :-, '..,... ) .....
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";'%CVM VK" you .IU'Ubai BIT OS IT.DUDEAnUGUWtVEB.Y: iu original rich blond color. I need the tome The contract: for the constructionof .. ..._1.. .. :1_ '_ '-_ S buy genuine "(-1.) '- '-".. ._..__..). ___
about tour month all&ocet. er." the bridge<< will shortly be signedby I 'L't g '- ''''' only. For sale all '
half what fresh showers of rain f\ : .. ll :' by re ..:--t'<< ?
SS-S and 6uIUlhine are to vagetation. It goes .right to the both the commisaioners of Escam- i-: -:: .\ :\ (fi- ;Lil14ble ; 11 t. ,( :
roots I.
druggists _
them. 'Its : :
exhilarating ( ;< -< ;(
fertilizing and life-producing properties cause the hair tQ bia and Baldwin counties. .: '.\'. \ ; ;"' ( .L-1;: _
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grow beautiful. IT IS THE NATURAL FOOD OF THE HAIR SCIENTIFICALLY f : r; ;7.:. -. ,.J ..;- / .-.r- .(
CHARGED WiTH NEW AND GENUINE UFE-PRODUCINB ESSENCES ;\:.I... ..".... :.:'S:' F.2:: ) lOj .\\-J': I,..J>.- .:xt::
UNHEARD OF BY OTHER !. ...-. : ;: "" .. :: 'e.
MAKERS OF HAIR TONIC. HOWat all .. "". iI: ,"
druggists In three sizes, 28 cents,SO cents and $1.00 per bottle. BltoriC the Brat. : ,..1'.. : .....:.-t "' .... r .-!"". f'CL-. ; ..:. _.
po T/\/ swsw hew quieti "'. .J"r
Fn:E. to Uoe Knewlt.n 1'& c\erID.Dand."I"<19.' .Chlca aou.: .e Oo will WIth send UicLr a name large and.ample&d4reas free b and,return too cicie mall in to liver anODe or ltampa who sends to pay this poata.&e.verUaameoc. The persistent UM .f the inuseulatsystem ...t.-. .. ::' :...\:: ., .-..( ., ; Ii \ {,<. ........-<00;;>:.:...'..'::;:':0.. .:-.:.".:.,}. 'f''.-.:...;.\...Yi...-./11. {..... ..; :

Is well calculated to relieve the .. :-' -I ': j : r ; .. .. ':\. ,;.._!(--: \0 0'1"J. \
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brain and nervous system of their ten ; : '-' ,
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:t """""' 4" 0\;'.. ..,... ..,...' <<'..'--.It-:!J''' ....:!..I.,-.>..'-.. Ct>;>;'"..'\I"'......1l..I.. ..:!>....... d atlsfi@dli' became.. Always he ; says Dr. ,. Good '\" ., '1l.t -: ::.:; !J t. \ "-i .
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: I Housekeeping. It Is also tie thai .. i t"tJ.'i&r. :
Just missed catching the spirit of her, .' .... !. ..l .
Theoll1wal's Daily Short Story 1 the youth the interest the ardor and manual work pleases and satSnes' tootnd ) 'CI\; ; .;t r"B: ., \ .-.; '
th innocence of her when Its results are' good. All ; /.. :
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$ glance every \
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clearer when :e: "l '", .'.. ..- -1... .'?::". .. \ .ffi.J...... .. .. ... ...
I line and movement for it seemed: toMs this becomes we realize :0\1'"..". _,, ffi. _. k..:..-. ....".. _,:,\. \."'"::!,.. .. ._.
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bow Reek relief from .
artists eye that she was a very vainly we may ..;: ; ii
INADAY'SSHOPPING marvel of expression.It nervous fatigue- in physical rest or "," ., -:":;;..._..,... .: {;r'r.. r -::! %
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I was. about this time that the even in recreations ot the ordinary ""< "" "r.
| BY KEITH GORDo*,. % Jlshers for whom he did more or pub-leaa sort. The qnlet room or the quiet hillside (".'.;. '.', \, ;1' # '\S ) *:"* ((1 ': \ rr r-- .J 2iz:: .J) ) IL
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so safgwQve rest and pe&ce- 'K. .... ; :-I ; ,
''Work sent him a book for Illustration t .-i: A. ) fyr-e5 J' J
Copywrlght 1905, By T. C. McClure $ and, as he read the manuscript It these are too often Impotent in the I _. ...
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,- :I :; -t :I -. -- '. -- .. ..-lt.\t.-...._..1I....;.I.!........"v.' .'Il..-.4"...__..._ seemed the very girl of the balcony. presence of cartIng:- care. One reason
who had wandered into its By for this failure Is that the brain and -

Fhr: was youngjmd had lived always and then betaking 'i herself pellmell l to some strange fate the lines pages.that ha the body are commonly not tired la H S. "Hi Signed F'
In the f Fuburb: where life rolled smilnslv : selected a's what la called nervous exhaustion, but LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT J. EL .A.'BER.'CROXBr
a greet Sixth avenue department store the pictorial points ,told.a' .
under clear .skies sweet enough where as she passed! through the revoLving -, tale. "She stood looking down at the are only irritated. .while the sense of i i R. P. REESE.

lo be sure. but Just a trifle uninteresting. doors, she felt with a shiver of throng below her, breathless, absorbed fatigue, which .. so misleading, I is Amusements NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. ) B. L. BARCLAY. I

There were" times even" when she delight" that she plunged Into the ," waa one; "Malvera watching merely the result of that irritation and = Notice ii hereby given that on the W. K. ROBINSON.
3d day of March. 1906, the undersigned -* -
GOO T. MORGAN.We
n 3i1 that little girl when she bad crav- stream" of life. l t"r." recognized that of the thousands may be termed a psychic fatigue. Under t
these circumstances It is to will apply to the Honorable N. .?. E. Atoercromltie.: R. P. Jleese tB
f\ the tonic of the world's uglieriuosle. The jostling ajid crowding, the teemIng she was the one" was another,' and easy 'B. Broward Governor of the State of I,. Barclay. W K. Robinson and '
understand that:it is change not
burned to WK it at its fiercest. exhibits that overran counters and the pictures composed themselves is : nee Last Night's Play. Florida! at Tallahassee, for a charter Oeo. T. Morgan hereby make applIca'
'forever his brain! with that could essarily physical rest:, which. U so ...orfcly "*- Last night's ,performance was another -
rs indifferent" to human beings" as if were falling to the floor the a precision incorporating them and their associates -tion for letters patent incorporating
they were ants. near 'silk, near silver and near gold not be gainsaid. needed. \ victory for' the Per ct. .< ypr. Il.8 under the articles of the association us into a corporation in accordance -

This may have been mer youth and commodities< that filled' the' place so I ne had watched for her before with .!* *.* i.. t...rt. Company.: immediately following: with the laws of the State of Florida -

Jat'xperienre or It may have been be- lavishly, far from offending her taste dreamy pleassxe. Now hla watching Thomas B. Reed once called'upon the Jim The'pIay town and'was It called furnishes"The Men of 1. We the undersigned do hereby under,the following charter:

finSf""> she was surfeited with beauty. stirred her fancy oddly] and she sauntered became eagtu. Intense. His fingers bead of one.of the departments on a of, exciting climaxes, a comical grea.tdeal associate ourselves and become" !Incorporated 1. The name of the corporation shall .

'Vlnot her home the mo t imposing up and down the Joni aisles Itched to teU tfce story-tell It, as .be matter of officialbasmees. -_ : altua.tions.and pathos. Each 'member under the name and style be The Robinson Livery and Undertaking
knew he roult he had of THE PEatSACXXLA. CEMENT Company, and its 'principal ,
1" F-ar"ilf": "? Inside the bouse an exqui- alive with that suppressed excitement ,. ai never tolda The secretary was out but a new prf- of the well balanced cast made most '
that is of the keenest emotions story before. .Once indeed. she had STONE CQftiPAWT with Its place of place of business Pensacola, Florida.
"It< quiet roigned, a sort of hallowedt.tillnt one fate secretary wearing Us newly acI of their respective parts and the '
business at Pensacola. Tla2. of the bust-
:2. The nature
life" had to offer and Indifferent to the glanced toward awn with a mute interrogation have -done general
honors whole affair would justiceto
that made her want to shout thai I I quired somewhat haughtily was The general nature of the business nest; shall be that of buying, selling ci
tDd. whoop in defiance.Her buffetings of the crowd which seemedto went from 'his book I I there. "Can you tell me when the eecfetary a more pretentious company. The to be transacted shall be the and trading in horses. mules vehicles
her delightfully good patured It and pencil" to tai face. But be had great saw mill fire scene was very
a
"the beautiful will retain I" asked Reed. "
sisu\ rs were King buying selling! and manufacturing of and hariress and stable supplies and
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,rlrt!.." She herself, as a chance" re- little bit lacking: in form. quickly feigned an absorption that, "Really," answered the private sea- realistic and ,captivated the entire audience cement and its manufactured products, the doing of a general livery feed and

n.ark bud informed her, was "the plain But the spot that she loved best of I must have eon meed her, for she !I rctary. unaware of the Identity of thedlatlisguished bill which was very is to large.be '"Th.e Man. and all materials neceseay to be used sale stable business; the embalming -

00.t. the moment she bad felt deeply all was' the broad landing of the mar turned away and glanced! t'toward him i' caHer *Veally, you know. From The Mexico: to-night," in which it is said the in such manufacture; and the buying of the dead the directing of funerals

monifled. She" I hadn't: supposed it i i'was : ble staircase,that swirled grandly up- no more. I I I have no idea. company Is Soen'to splendid advan and selling of other builders' supplies and the doing of a general Undertak3
so had as nil that. From this time.''ward from the center of the first floor It was not until after the pictures 1, "Wen." drawled Reed. TOO look ttr tage. The specialties will be changed. and materials, the owning using rent- ing business and tao buying and sellIng i

lirr distaste for beauty grew more !I.. with a magnificence that was. dazzlingeven had gone from him. not until the absorbing -Harper* Week];. ing, buying, selling and mortgaging of of funeral and undertakers sup- -

Tnarkffl and in one of those heated mo- for a department" etore This work of weeks was ended The Bctt Physic real estate: and personal property and plies; the owning tioMlnx. leasing and

rft iPflts.: that will occur even between" the !.1. landing formed a balcony, rich with leaving his mind temporarily as blank 4 Reelp-Pen. 1"11118--PedAl.- .. Whn you want a physic that if thedoing of any, and aH things necessary renting of all real estate and other' -
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oriental and upholstered furniture !- as a room denuded of Its furniture or convenient for the carryingout property: incident necessary or convenient j
lx> I i rugs mild and gentle; easy to take and certain
lie
<< st .Sler; had said plainly that she
Crumble a of breadcrumbs from the eaid to such '
pint the of business business.
", and most desirable of all. it that any doubt of what be had done to act. always use Chamberlain's purposes
wI is!' sick and tired" of their everlast- assailed him. with the center of a.lltaJe loaf and sour over Liver Tablets. For sala 3. The amount of the capital! stock 3. The amount of capital stock
commanded a panoramic view ot the Then some consternation Stomach and
3 us;; beiuty'": : With this observation she the 1 I I them a cup of scalded milk; 4rien cool Is fixed at tn thousand doilans, divided shall be Thousand and J\urJuu.
floor tieneatb." be realized that world by all druggists.
JUKI made a i rapist but highly character- 1| add three-quarters of a cup 8f sugar. into one hundred shares of the dyed Dollars ((45.400.00) divided Into'I
Here "the youngest" often" sat for la very" full of people a fact that for ]
ifiti il.pjirture from the room and the a spoonful of wit and the yolks of par value of one hundred dollars each, fifty-four shares of One Hundred Dol- }
taultl IIn hour or so at a time, with her chin the past weeks had escaped him en J I STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE to be paid for in caah. lars in
) Muties: had grinned at each tour eggs beaten together; chop a half ($10000)) each payable property
:tt"r knowingly roKtine on the railing and her eyes tirely., He had thought of it as peopled i pound of suet and thoroughly mix with 4. The said corporation shall exist [ and accounts the value of which j

hh.'s:;: n funny little sister." observed fixed greedily on ,the scene below, a exclusively like the garden of lit a ,half pound,each of ralslk currants STEAMER CAPT., FRITZ J. M. for.a term ninety-nine years. has been fixed by tie incorporators.. \
T.lalut fascinated" spectator of one of the best Eden-simply herself and htm., Now I Rogers.master.. Passengers and 5. The business of the company Five Thousand and Four Hundred Dol '
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indulgently a remark that was and almonds: add a teaspfeonful
met bRortha's theatrical" production? that the big a sudden consciousness that his story .I Freight ,service between Pensacolaand shall be conducted. by a board of three lars. r.
thonjhtful "I wonder' each of cinnamon and nutmeg third
vhr round world has to offer. lay in an open book for others as' Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street directors and a president vice-preai 4. Tho said corporation shallexist
'h.| is bf"lluty1'fhp' of each of clove* and
bitter teaspoonful
so against,: a '
The man-he was an artist, and ho well as her to read made him wharf. Wednesdays and Saturdays. dent general manager, secretary and for nmetymne (90 years. -

*ual. tie restless little monkey: for types had noticed that she usually | to bring her out of the vague atmos- Uffly beaten; serve with bard sauce. places of Interest on Choctawbatchle elected at the annual meeting of the to be conducted by a president a vice-

And. Indeed this view of her appear- came out of her' ab3ort contempla. ptu're and Into the circle of known Bay and Santa Rosa Sound should company to be held on the first Mon president and a necretary-treasurei '

enC't" was shared by a man who had on tion of the scene below I her with a i things. :'cow he wondered if his mak? this trip. Special rates for par- day in January of each year and every and a board of three (I) directors. ,

dore than one occasion allowed hlmif glanced in a dazed way at the method were not too blatant if Jt Afraid of Strong Medicines. ties of ten or more. For rates or year after the granting of letters pat The directors shall be elected annual'1
to look at her" the second time, start and then" fairly would not make her shrink farther Many people) suffer for years from other Information. apply on board or ent: the remaining officers to be elect- ly at a meeting of the stockholders OB '
though she was unconscious of his very bold faced clock near by back into the crowded outer lircle, rheumatic pains, and prefer to do so address !'.0. Box 6S2 Pensacola Fla. el: by the directors at a meeting held the second Monday of January of each .

AistnLe Her trips to New York In- scampereddown< the flowing marble and with a sort of miserable rather than take the strong medicines 27JanlmCOFFEE immediately after adjournment of the year, and the directors so elected shall!!
anablv staIrs and meltM'away in the crowd. hopeless usually given for rheumatism, not stockholders' meeting. Until those on the same day elect the resident
Jed her to and ---------- ----
destination
one .
Not being a mind reader.he could not patience be awaited the appearance knowing what quick relief from
tfcrre he bud pain elected at the first election shall pe tls vice-president and tbw secretary i
to watch for her.
The come know that she was wondering if there I of the book. may be had by applying' Chamber- qualified C Gunter Elmore shall be treasurer Until the first eJection W.
nexer" mother and the beautiful sisters was any chance of catching the 3:50or "\\ho Is the girl?" lain's Pain Balm and without taking president and general manager, F. H. K. Robinson shall be president, B. L.

l Ill"r" knew any more" than they knew how on earth she should explain her Kendry an artist friend, was lookIng any medicine Internally. For sale by Elmore Jr., shall be vies presidentand Barclay vice-president and Geo. T. '

keen interest in the gloomy in- absence" since 950: by the purchase of at the proofs, and he scowled and all druggists. Ludlow Elmore shall be secretaryand Morgan, secretary-treasurer and the .
t"Tiori! iMble) from the elevated" trains. six yards of val. lace. I' narrowed his eyes In an effort to recall treasurer6. board of dictors shall consist of these

thai their youngest) was In the habit of But the studies.of her face and head the face in the picture before We arc the Pioneer The said corporation shall, at persons. t -

rushiag through!: her shopping at the In his small ,!sketchbook him; then a light dawned and his brow "I say it's uncommonly like that lit Coffee Roasters 01Wes' no time subject itt>elf to'a higher 6. Tic highest amount of Indebtedness ,

hIgh .'!lasb! !stores wberesthey bad.credit and the oftener" he_ drew her mUltlPlled.1 smoothed.. ..-- tle King girl. the sister of the beau amount of Indebtedness or liability to which the corporation shall at '
.. ties.I didn't know that you knew FlorIda.McHuaH'S than thirty thousand dollars. any time subject itself to shall be Five

ilL __ ______ ___ -- -_ __u -- -- ---. _.. -- them .... 7. The names and residences of Thousand Dollars, (5000.00). .

ii- The maker of the pictures- shook his the subscribers and the amount of I 7. The names and residences of the I

.. \;... :_ -i-. ., bead with well assumed Indifference. BLENDShave stock subscribed for by each of the subscribers and the amount of stock .

Tferer beard of them, I think Where subscribers is as follows: subscribed for by each is as follows: : Its

do they; lirer C. Gunter Elmore, Pensacola, Fla., J. E. Abercrombie Pensacola, Flori. (

: ISN'T' IT INTERESTING and SATISFACTORY His voice didn't sound natural to hIm- 90 shares. 900000. da. Ten Shares. I.
.('If'1)Ot' Kendry was absorbed in the no equal. A trial F. H. Elmore Jr., Montgomery. Ala., R. P. Reese, Pensacola, Florida Ten V .' -

pictures -and apparently did not convince the connoisseur 5'shares, 50000. Shares.
no- will
B. I. Pensacola. Florida .
Barclay .
tice. Ludlow Elmore, Pensacola, Fla., 5 .,
f that Ten Shares. IV
$500.00.In
we shares
: to know ,that you have one of the "Fsrvllle," he answered absently, and witness" whereof the before men- Vf. K. Robinson, Pensacola Florida. Ci
stocks of the other took courage. make no extravagant tioned subscribers have hereunto set Eighteen Share I
largest and most complete That's a mere face In the crowd" claims. their hands. Geo. T. Morgan, Pensacola, Florida; ,

be tossed off airily. "Found It .In s a GUNTER ELMORE Six Shares. Sly
\ Sixth avenue department store." F. H. ELMORE, JR. (Signed) '

HARDWARE. PAINTS CUTLERYSGUNS. RIFLES PISTOLS. ,. Kendry; showed his disbelief. "I! Wholesale and RetailG.ROCERS LUDOW ELMORE J. E. ABERCROMBIB, *I V

they have that sort in department State of Florida. Escambia County. R- P. REESE- H V
stores.""- he observed. "I think I'U go Before the subscriber appeared C. B. L. BARCLAY. 1j C

AMMUNITION. ETC. to one of them to get me a wife. T* : Gunter Eimore and Ludlow Elmora, W. K. ROBINSON.:
METALLIC which bis listener had the temerity: to known to me to be the individuals described GEO. T. MORO\N
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and acknowledged that they State of Florida, County of Escambia.:
answer:
""D0 "an'know, the same'thought has -and all kinds of Feed executed: the foregoing articles of association Before the undersigned, personally! .
I from. Interesting. uses'nd' appearei J. E. Aber romble. R. P. P
in the South to make your purchases crossed!! my mind." : Stuffs. for the purpose .
I Satisfactory. because therein expressed.< Reese. B. L. Barclay W. K. Robinson -
because we can save you.mopey. i Tie next post carried an advance Given under my hand and seal official and Geo. T. Morgan, each of, whom

f it is convenient for you. copy'of the book to Miss Katherina this 23rd day of January. At D1K6. acknowledged their signature' to the -
King; Farrtlle N. J. As she glanced
foregoing Instrument and that the -
''at the pictures she tingled! with delight PiLitoWater PATILLO CAMPBELL. same Is their act and deed for the

Wrought Iren Pipe and Fittings... ,Rubber Belting Hose and Packings. The great swirling river of !life had Notary Public. purposes set forth. V V

caught her up at last. no longer passing My commission expires Dec. '14th. In testimony .hereof. I have' hereunto

LARGE STOCK OF'MILL SUPPLIES. her by as If she were but part of its Wholesale_ _and Retail. 1907. set my hand and fixed my official!
tmlllng shore S'!e- swept Into her'mother"s seal this 8th day of February A. D. -

room without ceremony. Notice is hereby given that on Monday 1906.
Out-of-Tcwn Orders GORDON & BROWN HOW CO ")"MBmma" she said breathlessly ., New Orleans Grocery Co. March 12th. 1S06 application Signed) J J. HOOTO V VV

,. mutt, I really J must go to town tomorrow be made to the Governor, the Stat (Seal
L Given Special Attention. for a day's snooping." Jas. McHugh of Florida for letters patent for.charter Notary Public. State at Large. Com

Soinetnlnc told her be would be wait of Incorporation.. a. copy wfcereof mission expires May S, 190T. V

-.I &ingl Phone '1 05.. Proprietor. Is herewith and hereunder published. 15feboaw4r'
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white roses while ,Miss Ethel Gould :

PEOPLE and EVENTS I carried wore wh white te'organay flowers.with lace and fI '

Mr. ,Jam Edward was bst!! man I sp 1Ci.: to The Journal. BIG
while the groomsmen were Mr. Herbert McDavid: Feb. H."Servlcl"s:" were

c; I, : Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Wh Go, Come and? I Ic Gadsd Rev.De F.Witt A .Roger and Mr.: A.pastor J. Smead.of the: held Rev. at J. the T/ Fillingim.Mr Baptist .church_ Sunday by ODD and END

; ctremony taking place at 8:30. I Calling on Mrs. L. Q. Brewton Sunday.
Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. A delightful decorated wedding, *
supper followed the ceremony and*_ i church is doing some splendid SALEcommences

congratulations." I work .and we -hope soon to see some
c By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. J. :Mr. and Mrs.. Russ will remain Intis I improvement on the church property
JI city' until th, midnight train tonight After a few days visit with his par

I when they1 will leave for a.tUes.1! ,ents.. Mr. and Mrs W. J. Brewton, Mr
I burg. Miss,, where they will reside. to his
A. M. Brewton has returned ,
PRETTY WEDDITJG: OF The bride's going-away gown is a Saturday
work at Century. February 1
MISS EVERETT AND I suit of grey with touches of rtf satin of Me. ,:
The Journal's Fashion Feature Good to Miss Mattie Bowman one
MR. W. J. ROBERTS.The Daily with, a. rad hat to match. For Everything David's most charming young ladies.

residence of Mr. snc! Mrs. J F. 1 j BIRTHDAY'SURPRISE .. has been suffering severely with All WINTER WEIGHT

. f Everett 520 East Gardeu. was the I If Eat toothache. Her many frisads sympathize FOOTWEAR must
f FOR MR. BAKER. her and soon to 6Iattie's go.
frcene of a pretty h&aiowedding last II with hope -
evening when their daughter MiooIJelle I There, was -avery 'pleasant surprise We are headquarters. face in a normal condition. Watch for the big ad. mtomorrow's

. ; and )Ir."alt?r Jndge,on successfully arranged Tuesday and Miss Mantle McDavid is visiting her issue
Roberts were unite.n marriage; : in night in honor of the sixteath birthday -' We carry:; the best give sister Mrs. Phil Oaro in Pensacola on

the presence of the immediate families i of Mr. Bryan Bakr at Fisherville t you the best service. !, M. O. Baggett spent Sunday with page eight.
. and as many friends as could be ii A party of friend met at Miss\ Diver 15c. \his brothn- In Atroore. Ala.

1 comfortably entertained. port's and went in a body to call on Home..Made.Cbow"Chow. !I I ,Ths many friends of Mrs. Walter Prices Will Be Chopped to
. The rooms were embowered in i Mr.. Baker who" was I certainly' sur McDavid will be pleased to learn she Pieces
vines and ferns the ceremony taking, I'prised. Dancing was; enjoyrd uatil t ROSENAU & GERELDS Is recovering- from recent illness.

. ; place in the parlor where white chrjssnthemums i 9:30 when his sister Mrs. J. G. Caro' Grocers Richard Grimes Ib-y little boy who
brightened the greener' invited him and his gust across tbs Tho Fancy ,. was shot by 'the -scidenal .o'Zacharge!
: The briu'e was simply but tastefully street to her residence ,wher the sur I' Phone 391. Pensacola.Nick's of a pistol on Feb. '4, is slowly im. MEYER SHOE COMPANY
p gowned in a suit of white niobalr relieved prise .wa, completed toy Mr. and Mrs. proving. ,
by a bertha of lace over soft Caro ushering the party,into th? .dinIng !- Mrs.. F. C. Baggettand grand daughter -
Bilk, the becoming toilette beautifully room which was lovely in a'! Buffet and Miss Carlie Archer returned FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS,

.- completed by the white carnationsand iiJhI d"corativa scheme of pink and white. '. Thursday' : from a visit :with' friends

ferns she gracefully carried. i carried out even inthe, napkins and and relatives in Andalusia, Ala. 102 South Palafox Strest.
The bride's sister Miss Essie Everett the menu of a'delici us supper which Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Brown have just: r?' .
> $ was maid of honor and was charming cf ))14 Wag enjoyably served. The cakes; turned from a pleasant, visit with relatives l.
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', in a. gown of sheer white lawn that ; wer* In Valentine heart forms and IB the only place of its in Jeddo Ala. .
. TV as wet and girlish I fruits of all kinds nuts sangaree:and lind in Peneacola. in fact Carnival Costumes
The bridegioooi wa attended by win? punch. formed the last course. It Is PENSACOLA EAGLES WILL
, Sils brother Mr Ira Roberts as bst 'After the supper there were. dancing -
-!' music and card games. HAVE 23 'CANDIDATES SUNDAY WILL BE FOR RENT
man. Rev. George W. Carpenter offi i ii S
A Pride
. ; dating. : In the party of young people besides to'PensacoJa -i I Fancy Dress for Ladies
I The Pensa ola Aerie No. 1293.:! F. O. and Gen
.c The ceremony was followed by aa Mr. Brj an-Baker were, Mr. Bry-- ,
,; Informal reception during which Miss :i : :: i don Bell Mr. Randell Bell. Mr: Len R, will meet Sunday, night at 7:30 In Velvet, Cambric, etc.
Malcolm Mr. o'clock February 18. In 'K. of P hall.
IMiHi' Everett sister of the bride. 'I Gongalez. Mr. Durant. also
Miss Agnes Bancroft. Miss Hattie : ; \ ,Johnio Rauseher Mr. George Hester S There will be candidates for Initiation Comical Masks. Stockings, Gloves

: JIaskins. Miss Bern8': Roberts Mr. Thomas McCullagh; Miss May, larger cities cannot and a full attendance' is re- False Moustaches and Hair Coeds ,
. 'and Miss Gladys Smith all! in Miss\ Nsllis and :Miss Zoe Belt Miss boast of a better equ'ppej! quested.
: danty evening frocks served refreshments I I Ethel and Miro! Modest Wilkins; place. The service is the C. M. CASTON. at

! in the oining room wbicli ,was -. :Miss Ellen Duer (of Mobile Ala.), best that can ba had. -M. B. FRANK. Worthy Pres.

. : daintily -decorated in pink and grean. Miss Malvina Davenport, Miss Anna Acting Worthy Secretary. Mrs. Hordstrcm's Millinery,

The display ol presents included I Runyan. Nick Apostle Propt'r1116U.OITICRS
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No. E.
; 11 Intendencia St.'cicttreii.
. many beautifully! useful articles and .I, Miss: Annie Baker was th> attractive ,

,S bad the. distinction of no duplicates :- .. -... -- : hostess and was assisted by her ---

\,- except in the table: linen in which -- [cousin.- Miss Pearl...Tanrin.Annip .. II' LAUREL HILL : I
. 'all brides welcome duplicates. -wMirs --- ,
... Thla present' that especially pleased I Moore Harvey has card 1 OF FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS.

.. the bride was a large family Bible) ,. ..' .'. ,out for an "at home" February 16 Pensacola, Fla.
. handsomely bound in Morroccothe 'f :from eight tOr eleven.With the SALVATION! ARMYCOl .
, J' gift of the Musccgee; Mission Sunday :"sweet" suggestion .of.the two..ltaes1890" Special to The Journal. ,.-
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; school In and forwhich she 'i-- ; ," and "1906'v in _the upper cor- -- Laurel 11111, Feb. 14. -Mr. and Mrs.
;: has been a lojal and LeJOworker "';''.":" ners. Hugh Ray of Anbury, Fla., were visitor -

ir' On the back of ,the handsome book /'",: MARGETTS AND STAFF here Monday, ,
4j.appears in gold the came-"Hello -. -'.' Mr. R. J. K *mrey and son James Mr. Bartlett. Tucker of (Pine Barren
Eieratt."-which the givers explain have returned from Selma, Ala., where CAPT. IVINGS WILL BE IN, oanve: in Friday night'and is at the

'i$ by saying-,-That Is the name by t''I'i ..' they were called by the illness of bedsL of his wife who Is very sick
PENSACOLA TO-DAY.
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.rt2! which! we have known her in the Mr. Kearney's mother, whom they left at Hote-l Walton.

g.t4 work." "1 r.- ; -. much improved. Born:.To Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Hugelyon
j1" Mr, and Mrs. Roberts; will board'lth Saturday afternoon a girl.
':;$!rl (he bride's parents for the pres- j Mrs. Daniel Jones entertained the .CoL Alargetts, of New York City, in Mr. and Mrs., El C Strickland were .

;t1 ent. (Pleasure Club Tuesday afternoon. charge of _the Suna'ay:' school work of visitors to Pensacola last Sunday. ,AND

-+- '\ FOR HER "VERY BEST" FROCK. Mrs. Almon Payne'won 4h?'first prize, the Salvation Army in 'the United Rev. W. F. Martin returned' yesterday -
fat!ti$; THE GUTTMAN-PETTERSEN Mrs. John Munch the second and Mrs. from Troy Ala., where he filled
Wh'te'! henratta is in this instance tar and edge the two deep tucks In I II Will Harris the consolation. Dainty States wilj! reach Pensacola: to-day, his regular appointment at the First
& HOME WEDDING AND the little skirt. | accompanied: by Staff Captain lyings! Baptist church on Sunday last.
I shown as a fabric admirably suited in I The brown velvet isl refreshments -were '.served after the
4t fi BRILLIANT RECEPTION. and service for the "very especially effective with the rich,euchre. Th- next 1Eeeting.will be of Cleveland 0., who has ,charge -of Mr H. C. Sowell baa sold his home
Ji The beautiful home-of Mr. and Mrs. appearance I cream white shade of the henrietta; :with ,Miss Minnie Pendeiton. the work in the Southern states and here and will move to Jnuscog-'e Fla.
-i: John B. Gut I man on North Barcelona I I b*>st" frock of the small miss. A long and the color scheme'' is further carried -+- at 8. o'clock 4o-night will deliver an Three carloads of' guano3re.* un

:iJ;f? was en fete last night for the wedding'' French waist shirred into a round out in stitching done in heavy Mr. and Mrs.'R. C. Smith pf Minneapolis -address in Salvation Army hall upon loaded by farmers here Monday.

1 ceremony and large reception for joke and attached to this and a lull I I brown floss. Tiny brown velvet buttons ; Min.. are in the city guests of the subject: "la a Child Worth Saving Mr. Dan Cox was down from Flora -
z' their daughter Miss Lily and Mr.'I gathered skirt is the outline. tfabo- are arranged on the bretelIe I I their relatives Hon.T.. F. McGounn ?"' S la Suna'ay.: -EVERY DOUBT SQUEEZED OUT

i.f Earnest WHhelm Pettersen. I ration in the form of:br telles. arranged I and the little miss wears brown silk :and wife Mrs.- Smith, and Mrs. MoGourin Auditor A. R. Merrill and Train Dispatcher If your purchases of drug chemicals .
LTi The long reception hall was all in ed sections form pleasing lines. hose ,and brown slippers with brown being sisters Mr.- and Mrs. Floyd CUrrie were on the Yellow proprietary remed:es. toilet ar*'-
;,11 the shaded greens of smilax, t amboo, Cordings of brown, velvet outline the I I velvet bows and a brown velvet bow Smith will remain for several weeks River R. R. pay car which_ passed des, prescriptions on >our doctai a

t- palms and holl}'. bret J1c edges," the belt; cuffs and col- in her hair .and will enjoy tha carnival festivities. here SaturdayIAst. order are made here. there nev r
In'the double the : Rev. Wheeler of Ponce de
: largo parlors walls I II Leon. a doubt of first quality. never a dou.'t
J1, were hung with ivy and bamboo vines I i Fla.. filled his regular appointmentat
to getting the exact art :'IIJ
as your
'with bride roses ann carnations to ceremony which was immediately followed and Miss ElBe Wentworth. and Miss Dr. Shsin'thnoted'Southern! the First Baptist church here last
I I want never a doubt as to our 'S"
k carry out the white and green tastefully by a large reception. Celeatine Quina friends of the bride :sionary of "the Unlversalist church will Sunday. There were three additionsby you
1" and thorp
mass s't3 In one comer of the front parlor aback Mrs. Georga Parke Wfmtwortn were I I the second parlor the presents I Mrs. H. J. Bennett IfiOS*' ,Ninth'avenue.during \; j -- Mn>. J. Walter Garrett of MIlligan never a doubt to the fairness of Th-
Should be iloub'as
make.
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; F of growing; palms and ferns! bad in the receiving line. were displayed and mane! a simply!, his stay in" city -=:1: Fla., was visiting her parents Mr. andMrs. price wo no
to the wisdom of dealing with uHQQTOH'S
4 been effectively inassoi and formed a )ilrs. Guttman mother of the brid I gorgeous: scene, -they were 'EO. varied .. Bart F. Tucker here Saturday :
rich; background. The tenrporarycfcancel wore a handsome black silk trimmed I I and beautiful. To accommodate the II' Mr. and Mrs. John Keith ofEagle I Mrs.: J. A. Garrett wa3 among the
i.t&- was of ferns bride roses antiC with lace and jt. unusual number in addition :to the. tables -'Grove, Ala., are in t the" city guests of .IPii- visitors from Florala here .Sunday PHARMACY,
uhite carnatIons Mrs. Wentwcrth who is a sister of their old friena's and former neighbors
: being grouped on I used temporary shelves had ben The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery.
ir either Land.H the bride wore a light biscuit crepe de constructed around the wall They: Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bennett.' PHONE 1100.
1:4PM: "r ,Rev. Father FulV-rton of S*, chene with cream lac9 trimmings. 'I wore too elaborate 4o itemize and Included I *
-t1- 31ichae| Roman Catholic church sttxul. The drawing room was in red and two chests of silver beautiful Mr. James White leaves! to-day for BAY MIIMETTE
(with R!"v.: Father K tfe standing at steen, the flowers be>nS Americau tables and other hand;;oms pieces of New York and in a, few daya Mrs. I II
gj hhi left and Rev Father Pilan of St. beauties and opens into the dining furniture fancy linen, cut glass and White will go to Mobile and visit:

.' 4li Mary's church! Mobile at his right t. as room which had been transtormed in- fine brie a brae. j friends, till he returns. -

'ii he read the impressive ceremony at, to an exquisite.combination of red and Mr. and Mrs. Petter E'n left on thnight .
S-t1; 8 o'clock.! j green decorations: with just sufficient train for Louisville ana' Cincinnati Mrs. J. F. Taylor and sister :Mr, Special to The Journal.

1! The best man. Mr. Anderson I J Valentine evidence to characterize the and on their return about hp Fernald will give a large card part tat Bay flnt>tte. Feb. 14- Word has

'tT ,Jonara1' and Ihe bridegroom wore gcod saints day. first, will go to housekeeping in their the Country Club on February 2!., just been: reeelvaj: here by telegram Fox River
'; th-e romentional ewmng suit, as did Here the beautiful decorations had own pretty cottage on Palafox Hill. for -thfir attractive ce Mrs. Haskellof from the General Memorial Hospitalat
- 4') .1Mr Guttmar. who gave the bride been placed under the artistic direction The bride's gomg-awav dress was ofgreen Maine who is' their gu *st. The. COL. MARGETTS. New York City where Sheriff J. M.
:away. of Miss Katie and Miss Bertie chiffon cloth with the three cards will be out this week. i Armstrong was taken for treatment

The bride's gown was an exquisite Smith who supervised all the arrangements qaurter length coat and with hat and !and operation for cancer. The experts
unite silk lace mer white chiffon and carrying out the red and green shoes to match. It's different; there's nothing< 'just Col. Margetts has ben connected : having! his! case in charge at last

, t -unite silk, with: a bertha of chiffon very thoroughly.In -..- like tne "Blue Ribbon Flavor." -Ask with the Salvation Army for the past I decided to operate and will do so on
..19 \ roses and pearls. She wore a t tulle one corner Miss Bernice Quina PRETTY COMPLIMENT jour grocer for Blua Ribbon Vanilla 25 years and has visited every portionof ,Thursday Feb. 15., His many friends Clover Hill
i 4viI. fa>teneJ) with lilies of the valley. surround! by ferns and other greeu- FOR MISS GUTTMAN. and Lemon. the United States since taking I here and elsewhere. will await the result -
"4 IP Her rouquetWilli a superb shower of cries presided and dispensed champagne The ships in the harbor were dressed charge of the Sunday school work of I of this operation with anxious an
',,; bride roses, white tulle and smi1 .x. almost pnnch. with heir flags and signals jesterday ---. ,--- --- the Army* He is an eloquent speakera ticipation.

_ .. covering th- front of her gown Tha table had a large heart of red on account of the wedding of Miss MUSIC IS THE VOICE OF LOVE musician of note in Army circles I Ths store building of the Hamm TieCo.
4 Miss" Florence Guttman was her sis I!I carnations for a center piec! and''Uuttman, daughter of Mr. John B. The quality which makes its notes and is deeply interested in the work. ., located about ten miles down the
who is also fcia
.: ter's: maid of honor and wore sn extremely beautiful lace pieces. red: fairy lamps Guttman. of Captain Ivings, a Bay Min.tte and Foley. road was
the tones of : and echoes
passion, will assist at
speaker! and musician
beconr'ng gown of white net red tulip hadaa'!' lights and chandelierred -+- the heart is delightfully realized in I burned. Building and contents wera a
? ever taffeta! silk trimmed with chiffon I jardinieres of growing green red BAPTIST LADIES the- meeting. total loss. Butter
f,. and Irfc*. She al-o carried a shower bon buns and the holly draped wall WITH MRS. WILSON.MEET *> our Pianos. They embody the highest cordial invitation to the public is I Chas. Slocum of Harnwell has an
results of generation's
-': composed of pink nehantrE' s" carnations made a glowing color scheme. These.I The, Baptist Missionary Society will' -elastic a responsive "action progress and xtenQ' dr I nounced for ahP.ritt.N. ,

yl. -' and rnk: tulle tied with pnk! \vith the wedding cake in the form ofa meet with Mrs.\ Wilson 305: West II' l tone touch There's not G. McKinzi*,.Coroner of Baldwin
lasting quality a
4 gauze ribbon, that fell to the bottomof large ,whits heart and relieved by: Gregory, this afternoon at 3:30 home in ,Pensacola or West Florida VANDERBILT,: GLEE CLUB cc/nty and candidate c- for sheriff is
her skirt. the glistening cut glass and silver appointments shaking hands with his frlend3 hare.
+, AT FLORIDA CHAUTAUQUA
I but that can have a Piano under our
,4; Mrs. Henry II>'or played the wed- of the table, made an entrancing PROGRAM OF JUNIOR '
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'fr : I tolng march and during the scene. 1 1I' wonderful plan "Pay when :you Like. I
, ceremony Y. M. C. SOCIAL.. I about It.CLUTTER The Florida Chautauqua is happyin 35c Ib.Our
Ask us .
& Katie
rendered Miss
"The Flower Whiting
oftly Song I Miss Belle;! flyer A social will be given by the UNDER WHICH KING
MUSIC HOUSE; having on its list the celebrated .
p.t' an- special! favorite of the bride. Smith, Miss Bertie Smith Miss Louise I' -
members of the Junior
." t Only relatkes and a few close Quina. Miss Clara Bell -Miss Susie Y, department of. Pensacola, .Fla., Vanderbilt Glee Club consisting of "The More Postum the More Food- ,
the M. C. A. to their lady
: '1j. frtendacre invited to witness the I and Miss Irene, Hargis Miss Katie friends Friday night. At 7:30 joung will begin __ ________ ___ __ __ u ____ twenty- fght members. This is the I the More Coffee the More Poison.
I third time during the l last ten years I
!t =-__ the following: of the Chant&uqua's successful management I The Pres. of ,the W. C. T. U. In a
state in the northwest,
.....+* + Program. that this great attraction has I young giantj "
} 1. Duett the Diaz Brothers. I butter is always fresh
by gays: .
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been' secured_ and the public naturally!
2. Recitation-Miss Vera Fulgham' If .1 I "I did not realize that I was a slave coming In soecial rtff'9-'
to the :
respond rare opportunty of
c4jGETBUSY 3. Piano Solo.-Mr. Henry White, HIGH QUALITYF'OODS meeting this splendid product of our I to coff&e till I 'left pff drinking it. For erated shipments, and
4. Song-Mr. Bertram Coleman. I kept in specially
; southern university! three or four years was oblighed to being a
S 5. Piano Solo:-Miss Isabel Grant will I take a nerve tonic every day. Now 1I constructed refrigerator.
There be
I a large crowd from
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I -After the program there will b, a Peniacola and I I am free, thanks to Postum Food : And you know what the
along the entire line
game of basket ball and refreshments Coffee. I Fox River Brand i IS.Sal .
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from Flomaton to RIver Junction
to
S YOU CATCH THE BIRD, -* ; see and hear this superb attraction. The, "After finding: out what coffee will j

WE'LL FEATHER THE NEST. :i( THE BUTLER-RUSS fare is reduced to nearly half a centa I do to its_ victims) i I WEDDING LAST NIGHT. WELLCOOKEDand to have husband drink it but he
j my ; ;
I mile viz. 85 cents, which also in- Ii
YOU MARRY THE GIRL, : : The marriage of Miss Reba I was not 'willing! to qut.! I studied
cluies the admission fee to the
( : morn-
: Marguerite daughter of Mrs. F --
to' fi dvi : to induce
: for months y
WE'LL DO THE REST.
t afternoon and hours. I
S- 'i\1. Butler and Mr. Chester Arthur ing. evening It
most attractive him to It off. Finally I _told him
and served In the leave
i I Russ now.of Mississippi but formerly t is impossible to secure this talent!

4 : We carry a full line of the best _and most stylish : 'of this city took place at the residence -I and tempting. manner. more than once in every four years I I! I would"I got make Post m.no more Food coffee.Coffee and: ..
; : of the bride's mother last evening Our 35 cent merchants lunch so that no one in Western Florida
: Furniture, Carpets and Stoves in the city, and the happy mad> it tronbolle..i It the requiredItime ;
: 1 should nlss the opportunity.TOMPKINS.
in the of about fifty I r
C-: : swain can furnish a home handsomely for his bride by :: guests!! chiefly presence relatives. from great 12 to 3 p. m.- is having a t and had him reaj the little book.! Cahn & Co
:
t I run. The Road: to WellvilleJ that comes
The house was prettily decorated I I
i Buy"Now/Pay our every pkg.,
with vines and evergreen with violets I II

i: j : Bedroom Suites. S20 and up i I II L in the prevailing dining room.in the parlor and roses ::1 F. Ii I( vocat'Today? than Postum my husband has no!stronger He tells ad-, The Pure Food Store,

S4frI :: _Chairs, 75 cents and up. :.\1 The bride was married in a white Hot -Biscuits Coffee and our he got friends t/irough how the to make winter it.without and that a
silk mulle and a veil fastened to o'clock
wore Doughnuts at 5 every I
.t Sideboards. S15 to S65. and has t
her lone hair with a .spray of orange morning. spell' of the grip not had a
q i Window Shades. SOc and 100. i buds and ,blossoms. She carried bride I Specialto' The Journal headache for months ie ,used to be Southwest Corner Palates and Utendenc'a
I roses I Tompkins. Feb. 12.-The Bay H-ad subject to frequent'nervous head
I :The groom's sister Miss Lizzie Russ Posto ice muddle shows no signs of aches.

: MARSTON&QUINA !jet Point Washington was the maid of clearing up yet. "The stronger you drink Postum
i honor Her gown was of white nun's I Kandy Kitchen Cafe, The sheriff made a call at. Tomp- the more food you 'g(>f.tne( stronger ) !\73Q0
veiling trimmed with lace and flowers. Ring last Friday and Saturday. lOll drink coffee tte more poison you Lnl

S F i 10M10 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. .I'ahd she carried white' _roses. 104 SPalafox.Phon 999 RE.. W Roberts tills nine appointments get" Name given by Postum: Co.*nat.

,. ,Of the two bridesmaids Miss Josi?t I .and they are scattered, allder tle Creek Mich. : --
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THAT TIRED YOU CAN MAKE ; L. S. BROWN & CO. .



FEELING .100 PER: CENT OTON & WATSON, .

Successors to ThOs. C. Watson 6 Co.
WHICH COMES OVER YOUWHEN by investing lots on East Hill. I -I

hare a large number which caJi b* Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency '
had> ,
on terms that you will never miss. .
SEARCHING FOR A HOME YOU CAN CALL $1.00 casi; and 50 cents per week.

YOUR SULTINQ OWN US., CAN BE ALTOGETHER. DONE BY CON. These lots, $50.00. .'. List of Desirable Property for Sale.

I $2250.00 In I I desirable piece of property on Palafox street;: a splendid

., wit! 'buy a block near Stoddart's. A ; must *o at once....., .... ..".. .... .... ..$10,000.00
WEWILLSAVEYOUfjEANDMONEY beautiful location for a home, and an : dwellings anda., dwelling and stor building with'very' .
"' excellent bargain. Only offered tore: to 'I half a 'block of ground. situated on a very desirable corner ,

few days. I 'business district; a splendid investment... .. ,.. .. ..$63 ..oo)
: $900.00 5 room (iweUin desirable quarter of block on North Hill, convenient to

J1500.00 modern 5. room dwelling, car line. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .. .. ... .$5600.00
.- East Hill. ot the most desirable building lots on North Hill front

/ AND GIVE YOU TIPS ON REAL: ESTATE $1550.00() property renting $216.00per south near car line, on corner 100 by 150. for a few days $3700.00 :
-Y" THAT WILL year.LESLIE. two story new dwelling on corner with four lots on -

.> t/ BE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET. MAKE ARRANGE. n Hill. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .. .. .. ..' ....$3700.00 -
MENTS TO BUY A HOME, AND DO IT NOW. WE t: story dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street;

"> P.CAN START YOU RIGHT BROOKSREAL p : neighborhood. .. .... ...... .... ..... .... .... .$3250.00 ,
of one story dwelling! on (d DeVilliers street near .

ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD street, with large lot..... .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$32504)0)
!! I nt.l1ve lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets. splen ,

Pensacola Investment Company RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY : for a few days only! .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. .. ..$3275.00 .
north half of block 67, New City Tract;' 10 lots 40 by 137, '

A. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City I ,LOANED. ;six inches each; one block from electric car line, and on

Manager.W. Square., .?. '.. .. ...... .... .... .... .. .. ....$2000.00 ,
H. KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. 204% s. Palafox St.. Fisher Building. ', story dwelling.at No. 1003 North Davis street with large

J.!. STILLMAN, V..Prej. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. .. .... .. ....,............. .... .... .... .... .. ..$2000.00 i
room story and a half dwelling with two acres of ground

Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments. Board and Rooms. I : suburbs., .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..' .. ..$1200.00
desirable' building lots on East Jackson street 80 by: 132
i 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent six, inch s. fronting south convenient to car line..... ...$ 575.00

a suitable for light housekeeping 500 I story dwelling onfiEast D Leon street with large lot..$ 850.00 ,
W. Gregory. llfeblw I one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620( .

.- '--- ___ h___ __ I Coyle street. .. .. ........ .... .... .... .... ......$ 800.00 ', I
'u -- --- Nice furnished front room, southern I cottages on West Zarragossa street. splendid renting! prop-

HELP WANTED D. HALE exposure; half block from Palafox. ; .. .. ., .. ... .. .. ,...... .... .... .... .... ....$1250.00
WILSON 6 CO. Apply 32 E. Gregory. ilfebiw'Port ; : to loan in amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per cent. ,

,' "ED: --Good oflico boy. ''Applyi .
'" RENT-Furnlsh-d
.f. i Ir Mal'ory} Kennedy. 15fcb3t REAL ESTATE, 6 room or unfurnished I ; : having property, desiring: to sell same would find It to their! I,
cottage N.
on Big
Bayou
: !! to place same in our hands. as we. have disposed of about
;;4 \E-5OO: men; $400 daily. per- RENTS AND near car line facing the water. Address worth in the past 60 days. If you> have funds to loan consult
LOANSWe
)I' ,m.-iu-'pass circulars tack signs lOfeblw P. O. Box 364. Pensacola. Fa.! ; If ,you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want fire Insur

.i ldnvassing. Continental DlsMI I Hn ; or_If you want to buy a piece of property and don't know woo

.'"I up! ('0.. Chicago. ISfeblw have FOR RENT. same, consult us.
the One
following special bar. nicely furnishedroom
\
TV A 'TEJ.-\ good house girl. ApP gains in very desirable real estate .fora at 24 West Romana St. Phon )) I <
ih W. Gonzalez St. 14feb3t few. days only. 548. 9eblw !

NTI-J-Good- bookkeeper. Ad. 2 lots In SPECIAL block 1,0.BARGAINS.New ROOMS wth; or without board by day| I HOOTON&WATSON' ,
C0xl37
No. 44. aro Journal Only City or week. Apply Mrs. W. F. Wil- 64. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
feet
lI" ISfebTED liams. :304; AlcanLs St. 9febw*
need apply. 3 lots
Od man ,
<) .corner 16th ave. and Gads

den street. .. .. .. .. .
\\ \\ -Good white woman to help .. $1,000.00 NICELY FURNISHED front room for
hotel at Century. Address 5 lots fronting Toledo square In New 1 rent' wltbi or1 without board. Applyat
j :D m Mancil. One 5-room house with bath and ------ ". '
; >-Men everywhtre good connection I situated rooms to rent. tfO LOAN Everybody bore .
\ ; sewer gas In every room; J. H. PORTER sallmaker. 716 Sou
-pass circulars tack signs-no nice neighborhood. If taken I .pplyat111W._ Chase St. 8feb2w :! I motley from Jno. A. Hall & Palatox <
PH\ at -- = : ; ___A ... __ etreet Orders taken foe'!
rmvHSslng steady. Continental DIs- once. .. .. .. .. .. .;$1.450.00 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED -Government sireei. oen I tents awnings camp stools and house
t-ihuung! Co.._Cnlcago. 9feblw 6 houses in block' 17, West King rooms for rent, with privilege of call' on us. Sfeblm cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan.
Tract renting $30.00 per month. Will light house at 251 E 1-
\NTED-Three: .hort Roods solici \ keeping Gregory. LOANED on all kinds of per
lend $2.000.00 of .. $2600.00
necessary. Phone 537.>> 6feb2w C
Furniture Co. Sfeb
Solomon
,tors., '- -- .- -- All of these propositions are bargains property on short notice. LOST
W- \--rED-Boy; who can milk! cows, ; and will be held open for a few TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104 I y.. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. .. .

atrrnd to horses and do work 'ars only. N. Spring St. Good location. Special .Phone 1165.. Ifeb LOST
Hound premises. Apply rot. WNTEDManager Excellent warehouse location on rates to parties or clubs. Apply -- -A string of deep blue beads,
'!IIIS@ fE'b1 railroad track'very cheap. Mrs. W. J. Williams.. :222!:! N. Spring St I TO LOAN.-on real estate or between Gadsdon end Government '
Good 8 cent Sojanlm sufficient security by appl streets. Lost Saturday evening. Find
hand.
\\'.\ for branch ofBcso Best kind per of Investments.mortgages on Pebley! cor. Palatox and er will please return same to 309 E. l
wish to locate here in Pensacola. FOR RENT-;Furnished rooms for I ; up stairs. 17noT-m. Gadsdea S;, 15feb3t
\dIrs with references. The Moris Property In all parts of city, vacant rent with or without board.' No I ?
\\ hole::ale House. 'Cincinnati, Ohio. or ImprOved wanted And for sale. light housekeeping. Apply 310 West I : TO LEND-On good real es LOST-Pointer bitch, brown head!
or on good collateral,' with wnite blaze Brown spot .
,.(phl m- 30 S. .fox St. Gregory. I) jan21-lmo i I ; on
ratee. Leslie H. Brooks. shoulder and one on body. Balano
WANTED.-Boy about sixteen to Phone 234 BOARD AND LODGING-New furniture .I ; 21Jaa white. Reward for return to II. A. ..
learn glazing. ,Apply Saunders Mill large; clean rooms. Terms rea: ; ; Bro&nahaci 608 N.'Spring St. ICfeb !
cv>,, 29 Kast Garden. lSjaa sonable. Apply Mrs PC.Btock. 105;I ; LOANED on all kinds of per
East Intendencia St.WANTED. ltjanlm'1 I I on short notice.. LOST-A petition containing numberof
WANTED.-1O laborers wages 11.50 WantedWANTED J. W. Bullard. upstair signatures of value.to no one.but !
per day. Apply lactory!: of Goulding. .-A few boarders at 212 W.j Palafox St.. Phone 1144.6nor. owner. Reward for return to Journal !
Fertilizer Co. 14Jan ,-The public to know that Gregory- New house, good neighbornood -I oftlce. feb

old newspapers can be bought al ( and,on car Jine" 1 jan1m* '
this office for five cents..bundle. They 1, ft amount ot money to loan
ROOMS TO ]
RENT with ,or without 1
WANTEDPOSITION all clean nice.
are and of
personal property.
board, 22 E. Garden. ISJanlia s'H:
to business men on large Timber LandsFor
WANTED.-Elcetric work of all kind. NICE FURNISHEDROOMS :
\VANTED-A position as for rent. i New York. Loan Co., 20414
clean
Let us ,jour fans, resair;;; your Newly furnished. clean and .
nookl..pel'. Good references. Ad- nice &
\
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tl
dynamo > jour wiring, etc. Pan
near postofflce. Apply at 128}$ E.
difsh X Y. Z. care Journal ,
570. Peasacola: 'Electric Co. 263 S.arlen. Government Mrs. B.
street M. Trainer.
I 4 teb I a'AN1EDTo i ,
7Janlm, Sale
\\ loan money on jour
personal property and household SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT Old newspape-rs at five cents a bundleat
ED-Highest price paid for gent's this office. They (
"Viavi
goods. Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jet: are all cleanand The patrons of the
fusion clothing only. Also sell second hand nice. I I are cordIally!' invited to them.
and Zarragossa Sts. We have Several splendid,,
No 9 E. Intendencla.
goods. I
IIfpblm-1 BAY liriTEr-open night 'and day. I 1 Southern Mondays and large and small turpentine location.
at : from 2 to C p. m.. where they Saw Mills and .
plan. Rooms Saw mill locations. ,
U>1'RT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby European light 'and the representative, Mrs. H.
clean. Transient trade Some excellent bargains In large
Mayes Printing Co. 24 solicited.
the W.
and Ct'anng! : Club. 118 N. PalafoxS Phone 1027 llfeblm
Government. Phone 181. Only the 575- 79 S. Palafox. Jis. S. Nlcolau. and small traits of round and boxei x *.
Mrs r. J. Davis, Prop. Your pal..tlllage ; timber lands.
sol kited satisfaction best of work. Idee Prop. and repair pianos and or
; guaran- ,, Large tracts of Mississippi Delta: r 1-
.
,. cheap as any one and do first
i" d Careful attention given ladies' ---"- -- '- --- -- -
WANTED.-Hauling and transfer only. My phone Is 802-2 and Hardwood landa. l }
garmeni.---Phone--1222.- Sfeb work. Office phone 363: residence For Sale I : promptly attended to. Splendid Use of valuable propertyand
POSl nox WA.\"TED-By competent phone 390. Acosta &:; White. 22-28:! N. -- Scott. fine location for a Colony or Stock
_ _
Farm I i& South East '
St. Georgia.
booknper.. either as bookkeeper, Tarragona 25mar. FOR SALE-Household, furniture. Apply Oert-
-McKlnzIe
Ir'rk or collector. Have had'six 419 E. Intendancia: St.. llfeblw Some of the choicest'.reslden. 8
WANTED.-Tha Mercnanti TransferCo. for ; Co. wholesale and retail ship l 1-
)car* xnerience. Can give good ret i ; places the beautiful little city of ,.
errniddress'A.. wants your moving and hauling. FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock I and grocers. only first-class DeFuniak Springs. Fla.. and In Milton\ ,
4 :.... $t* care Journal All breakage; guaranteed. T. B.: Tnor- cockerels! ready for yard $1.50 to I kind: in city fair prices to all.
sen. Prop., Phone 978. l8juneio.MTTRESSESRNOVATED. $3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50.() Mrs.i :! Fla.Our prices and terms are reason
\V.t.\1fD-.Yo! to use Corno Hen --- Lizzie B. Hughes, Cbipley.! Ha. Hen .feed will make jour able.

t.?d, This makes your hens lay New 14feblm and keep them In a healthy Cal on or write to us.
furnished if desired. AH donein
and taxis!; them. Try It. 'For sateb tick Try it. For sale by the
IV, Lewis good order on short notice. Leave TYPEWRITERS-I keep on hand for Co. 7feb!>>
Bear Co. :
7feb orders at Green & Watson. Phone sale The "Fox Underwood, Smith sal I TURNER&AYMARDReal
Is still at the same place
WAM ED Everybody in Pensacolato 193.: 4feblm Premier and Blickensderfer Typewrit i I
Shoes made to
know that the Y. M. C. A. build- ers. Sold on easy terms or rented. i Intendencla.
WANTED-To loan money on your of machines ; kinds of repair work.
lUg; was buIt: of brick made by the! All makes cleaned and !! Estate and
Pon acola Brick Co, and they are prepared watches: jewelry and personal ef- repaired. Work guaranteed. Phon I Abstract ,

to furnish jou. J. S. Walton; fects. Highest cash price for old gold 380. F B. Bruce, 28 East Govern ing : : Upholsterer and chair Company,

yr 6feb and silver.! Llghtman &: Klein 106 E. ment. 14feblm Clocks repaired.: Give me 0. Fti I 115 EcFunlzk! Sprlcgs, Flcrldi. '

M APR3SE3nde to order; oil Wright. Ifeb FOR SALE.-10 room house corner l chairs to cane. All workl. ._._
206 Tarragona 4
stresses; renovated and new tick WANTED-To'buy old gold and siler lot 3 blocks from Palafox lot '9Gx F 4feb-10ts

w: 'it,! It r 111 E. Belmcnt St 2feblm sizes. Cash paid. Llgatrnan &. Klein. of Standard Clothing Co. 29jaZ re !! The owner will not be re :

VANTEO.Jte: Estate- -for sale OrPHI 106 E. Wright. Ifeb FOR SALE.-Improved and unlnjprjv-. for debts contracted by Haven, the coming suburb

i:. ujhe or exchange. Your busir. -' ed property In all parts of the cIty. of the schooners Kate Pensacola. Extensive improvements ,i .
ne" .-.. ("tfully solicited. J. A. Wll- J. A. WiUon & Co., Real Estate Agents or !! or Sallle Guy. H. Jer- to be made this year; street car Jin a
on, R<*ui Estate > Portland. Fla.. 3feblm guaranteed in the near future. $33.00 -
Agent. :: i W. GovSf.B.1 -- FOR KENT Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone
s'Ifet- Room 7. Salisbury 172. 23jan I j, : U certify that the Ferry for beautiful waterfront lots. This } ,
: lIttini.! _Phone 17!. 23jaq! FOR RENT-Two story residence and Shippers Asso price for a short time only. For fur .
..= FOR SALE-BeautIful Mock In New not responsible for tha: ther particulars call on or write to n
V.'AXTCD modern conveniences ;
Position with all cor-- City. Tract No. 312. For :
: .
as stenographer cash $603 boom receipts of their in- PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO '
Dx' U.iv. of p erle-nce. Good refer- ner Spring and Strong Sts Apply C. Apply to A. M. McMiliaa: Court Houa! 'w1t : ; Receipt No. 1347, of G. D. -=.
"n Turner. 9feb. [ =
: in
'llfpbl\\-Address 1. M., care Journal.. laugi ply j receipt No. 1348 of Feagin

RRENT.-Elegaflt 2-story S-room -- ----- ll:. receipt Nt) 1295 of Chas. ProfessionalJDiiectory j
N\ \NTED-Your 318 West Belmont --'- ;; :s.; .F.m7'Pass 'Inspectors
repair work. Best cottage at St. Apply ----------------
material Used; work guaranteed; to Walker: Ingraham at Star Laun-t, Association by J. T. THOS. PEBLEY,

1rfllt. called for and delivered. Ring; dry. !5jan !. Jan281ai.
lump. 1210 L. U. Pcshon. ShoeAKt Some Good Real -Mrs. Alice W. Her-! LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND. 'j -
-- FOR RENT--Elegant! two story storeroom COLLECTION
.tnd
: Repairer, S. \V. corner Bay- s opened a first-class dress- PALAFOX AND 1' '
Star Laundry building. ROMANA.
; aud In new
J ntendonoia Sts. 6feb2viWANTED at her residence. 106 E.
E. Garden street Apply Walker In- '. We make a special offer of 7:loom Ladles: invited to call. PHONE 559.
,-All kinds of electrical graham, Star Laundry. 22dec.A with 5 lots. This is an Uear !urburb [

",< rk I sell all kinds of electrical -for1 I house, everything convenient: and new _--_-.. _....,.._

\"a\'*nenou pries anj other electrical supplies.: R. BINGHAM suitable for hast furniture raie room or other\* duplicated for the price..*.-,...... '--.- Boot and' Shoemaker. I YATES M. D. fr
need me ring 345 or 955. rent Sot East Jack&on'street, two story work to order; repal--
: W Peake. new Star Laundry build- goods, 104.and 106 South Tarragona I borhood lot S3 ft. by 130 .... .. ... ...' and workmanship guar ,
i:* E Garden. St. Phone 630 SOnov
ISdec. A five room and kitchen cottage Please: give ma a 'call. 120 OPTICIAN

1\ ,\TEn::::.Position wanted by young -I and IS bearing frul treeS 80 ft. 'Wart; : street Phone 1086. 3O6 THIESEfil BVILDIGN l

m of ability and temperatOLhablts. NOTICE papered and wool work gralnedon ln '27janlm
t..e .ar with grocery business; would I go with house: near car line. 'Tai* pl '
-Orders prompUy
*, 5 room and hall house with positon &!9 shipping clerk. but Pensacola.! \ Fla.. Feb. 8, 1906. ; stable roses, carnations flowers ,
and outhouses. This is one of
"t
consider any offer of clerkship It having come' to pur notice that of all kinds. Miss Bertie REAL ESTATE.
Ila' 3
lots
I'f'. Would on Strong street between' i
week's notic .
require drift\
al am certain parties are picking up :3 lots on the 8OUlb. lde !.; N. Barcelona.: : Phone 651. MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS COL
already employed. Address, lh .
inside narbor.
_! this office. IQfeblOt* timber on the beach' to deep. We defy you to find three heap o-B. L. Diamond Tailor. LECTED. ,'
and offering same for sale, contrary I 2 lots CO ft. front on the"south* clothing cleaned. pressed and 414 THIESEN BUILDING.

\.UI>.\KERS get Kauffman's prices j law we hereby _warn, ..all., partiesasalnst hood .. .. .. ". _.... ... .-.4. .... '.., ; on short notice. jo. 11% Pensacola,.Fla.
*"!' developing and finishing. Best'' this practice, and will prcs 6 lots 150 ft on DeSoto by 180 ft. ; St. Pecsacola Fla. ,
law the
U3heapest: in city. Romana and cute to the'full extent of ths days.. .. .... .. .. .. ,. .... .. : HICKS' ,
found doing
uOI. 20 janlnij next person or persons 5 lots on the northeast corner' ,
this. No further warning will be, MANUFACTURING CO. CAPUDINE
CANTED MONEY at the lowest market te
,-Second hand furniture, given.; Psnsacola Lumber Co., by I* r and retail manufacturers i \ ,MMIOLAnl'l Cl1llU :
&ni !leasehold articles of all kinds Co. in cotton mattresses and
for E. Nobles: The W. .S. Keyser by HEADACHES '
: <*3h. Address P. O. Box 353. J. Si McGaughy; 5mith & Marzonl.; The Fisher !- Second band furniture -. .
Janirn
: representing Rlx M. Robinson. H. sold. Upholstering and r!- 8nak.1upCQLDS
---- BraSW, L. specialty. 114 E. Belmont INSTOIZCOCS3' ,
ANTED.-A. R. Bingham want Baars & Co. Rosasco Pho.7.. -
rour moving and hauling. He guar Wittich & Co(| P UWOQ
Mtd& .all breakage. Phone 630. Boat Co. I 6 ITJanlm


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: OUR BEIL ESTATE PRiSCUSHEX, : ; 1-a McMillan Bros. Co.,t i f, -CahCo- 't, f



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: MEN'S HOSIERYIS TRANSFERS lORD HIGH i and'S especially-' does it count good and strong just after

: ;jou are burned out. If you are insured with us,' You I

; wiy .get a .fafr: adjustment; and prompt payment. We
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-55.a I :represent a large number of the strongest: "'compamea in
RIGHT. M ALABAMA. the world
Following is a list of the deeds recorded BJLE. S
I M A5HAl.
esterday.: reported by the .
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N Insurance: Knowles Bros tsPensacola
Men want good, durable Pensacola Abstract Co: 1 .
Hosiery. When they buy Wilbur C. Ceruti to J. W. Parker S MARKETS I Fire' Life. .

here that's what they get. lots 16 to 20 Inclusive block 289. New -. -w .... -_
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Hard to make you appreciate City Tract. $250. .. Royal Pleasure Concerning Etiquette --
the great varietywe I Jas. Watson to Dave G ltors. lots' l 'Naval Stores. I'*1****: ", n ;::
have. 114 and 15, block 79. New City Tract, "
I, $400. to Be Observed During I Savannah. Ca. Feb. 14.-The naval i a NElAC : A. !

We Have Men's Hose Sam Rog man and Bertha Rosemanto Royal Revels. t stores lLa :"_' closed wJajf.. aa .follows.6 15WG :. I 1 I\ IronWorks Supply Co.
; C F; .o\ndErson.10t5 6, 7. 8, 9; 10 ? f A bracer, I WW... ,' 4. and
...610
t II'and West 5 ft. of lot 11, square :5') of .- .. .
: : That Don't : the Belmont !Tract $;)000_ !t .1r \: nerve restorer N ." *.5 85JI I Manufacturers and Repairers of J

I F. F. Binghaen to E. A. Clubbs! block Th, following wirelessgram has' and strengthener .. ..5 35 il MACHINERY AND BOILERS 3

Fade. : 296, and lots 4, 5. 6. 7, 11. 12. 13. 14, just been t received from Priscus!) .VII.: All men need it. if-:: .: .. .. '..'. ... '10. lie FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES ;
. .. .,4 40
t' 16 -
15. 17 and 18. block 280. New City I I ; STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTYPrompt
Rex: Tones and .. .. .. .. .. ... .........395: ::
I Tract $1550: and other considerations. up the system, i If{ I attention all !
; Don't crack don't stretch To C. H. Renrut, Lord, Ul Marshal.. ., ... ....355 ; given to orders day or night Agent
and hose that fit perfect. I Samuel Dorsey to A. Dorsey, lot 20.: :' imparts ginger" and life.ALLGOODDEALERSSELLIT. G..S' ,i for James McK'tv &: Co.'a ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs alaa ;
Florida I tj.i.. 340
Ptnsacola. : !! I
Collins Grant land '
Henry Cooper containing Chains of all descriptions.Office ::
If; Iy-medium. light and .... 35
1 arre. $1. Greeting-You ar3 hereby commanded IE.. .. .. .. .'. ; Ppo-H 123. HU.. WITTMAN, ,
Mgr.
heavy weights plain and I I D .. .. .. .335: *
? P. O.
as Good Marshall of the Roy Residence_ P one 1029. Box 123.
' fancy. It ?:ou have been of "B&B" Atlanta C.-. ; .335 .' .
NO Case Pneumonia on Record
troubled to get good hosiery I aj revels appointed for the 26th and :. % % ::S": Nflwua '-
1 We 40 know of single instance, Spirits Turpentin 67i
come here for relief. not a :27th das: of February convey to L 5,4 -- '
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Fifteen to fifty cents. I where pneumonia a cough of consump'ion or cold resulted when Fo in-:, Worshipful C. 1I. Bliss, Lord High.I p Pepsacola Cotton Market.

i le>"*s Honey and Tar had been taken.)i Mayor of Our Good City of Pensacola' I NEW{ METHOD LAUNDRY
lit cures coughs and colds perfectly, so I|[I the Royal pleasure con'c'rning the V6 :D C. Guntcr' Elmore.following F. O. quotations B. cotton : I
I : broker gives the
do no; take chances with some unknown -! following points of etiquette to be observed ,
for 14
which February : K. IV. '. Pf frM f No 9 w.i Rotun SL PhOne
preparation f.
which may contain during the stay in your city: All kinds that you want. I Good M-diling! ] .. .. .. '....pl0%& - -

The John White StoreSpecimllft I I a condition opiates that retards cause recovery constipation froma You shall upon receipt of these I Str.ct; :Middling: .. .... ... .. ...10l. ..... *$ #34.....e ee....................-......
coll. Ask for Fbley's Honey and piesnts. command the Lord Major of OAK AND. PINEcheaper Middling... ... .10t

In Mmit'm WMP Tar and refuse any substitute offered. jour city to issue an official proclamation l.Strict 140wUddlin'g.: ..., 10% I

:- 205-207 S. Palafox Street. apothecary.W A. D'Alemberte, druggist and substance: permitting known the as' throwing Coarse Confetti of the want.it anywhere.than: Any you size car. you buy Stains Low Middl'ng, and!tinges.% to 1. cent lower.10 AUSLEY i & COMPANY; j


e Phone 225. during the two aforesaid days of the I! AU8LEY & CO.'S! REPORTS .

: NAVAL STORES Royal Revels an;: prohibiting the use! [ "C SEWELL Liverpool Cotton Market. COMMISSION BROKERS I
oj any p'rson or persons whomsoe'er.of .. floeo ,
the annoying devices known J.n. ..5.6Feb.Mar. t
Feb
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OUTLOOK GOOD Rubber Sticks Phone 614.SHIPPING i
Balls. oj- Canes .5M
I Dusters!! during he Carnival S as'j Mar.-April.3(68 II.WEST INTEND NCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. :
-- and it l is also the Royal pleasure April'May .. .

ADVICES INDICATE SMALL BOX you forthwith command the presancej May-Juna.. .5.ilJI1I1&J.l 4
of the Lord Major, together with his ,..............t....5.7flJulyAugust !i Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,. and Chicago. \
CUT AND HIGH PRICESLA.BOR officials and attendants.all and singular NEWS ,..<... 6.78
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at the wharf called IPalafox, aj I I AugBit-September .574,

SCARCE THROUGH.. of High Noon on Monday the 26th day in Ootober-November September-October ......560.5.5. i conoNsiocKS; GRAIN,PROVISIONS and BONDS I Ii

.. OUT BELT. February, proximo. to participate VESSELS IK< PORT.SUanUTilp November.December .................. ..6,55
the reception of the King and to take .
part in the parade that is to follow. *. December-January. ... Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. *
Herein fail not on pain of the Roja Alioth, Dutch bs, Mulda, 1298, Rotterdam Liverpool SpOteL53 i
Th3 last issue of The Weekly Indus: displeasure.Given p to order.
trial Record contains the following on updar my hand and seal this} Beta. Ger ss. Berg lOU Stettin to New York. Cotton Market. i Reference: first.National and Peoples Basks! Phone 1173 t
the naval stores outlook for 1906:* of A. D. 1906.PRISCUS Pensacola Lumber: Co. Open High Low Close
So Jar as prices are concerned the 14th day February. ;; REX Eastlands, Br ss, Thomas, 2001 March.......,.....10:'. 10iiS 10.52 10.71 ........O.......4......4..........O4I ................
R.:J. It MOCJ i Tampico I May......1075 10.(U 1070 10.89 -- ,
indications the -- ----- ----- ---------
for coming year in Att !;'t:-DB ELAG RE"NEK.Lord July................ 1183 1001 -r------
1080 11.01
: naval stores are bright.. The prices High Chamberlain. Gamma, Ger as. Berg. Funchal to October.. .HU9 1040 10.2) 10.W .. ........................ ..........:
Wm. S. &. .'
which have been ofle'-ed for Kejser o.Gracia.
l
DENTAL SURGEON. DeCt'mber.O.38 1043 1030 10.WNew .
Span ss, Rul:, %2021 Cienfu
gust futures are regarded as Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.Foley York Spots. 11.25 .
? i- 'Crown' and Bridge Work a Specialty. I Ii11' by the operators who have laY.Au'l gos to Gulf Transit Co.
: Painless Extracting of Teeth. sidenng'to what extent pledges &; Co.. Chicago originated Hatasu; Br ss, Masguand. 216(), New Heat and Light I
rv 28/ S. Palafox St j' be made. Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung s Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. Wheat. i !
remedy. and on account of the great I Open High Low Cloee
7 and 9 Old Armory Building. Factors here and elsewhere attribute } Helslnberg, .Swed ss, Sciel. .
merit and popularity of Fotey's, Hon Huera. 1423'j I )(aJ'M 8atf 88l4' 85JU1'8 %
Phone 1077.
the offer and the inclination
I gOOd natural -
to advnnce'priccs to the fact ey and Tar many immitatlons: are of- Kir.kswood: Brss, Larson 2095 London *4 4 ta g t8?4

that the reports from all parts of th feted for similar sounding names Beware ,: :.. S ',u .' .- question of .heat and light concerns every one. .
turpentine .belt ,indicate that, there of them. The'genuine.Foley'a Neptune r. ss Brink. 1221:! West Corn. I. 'old way of wood and coal for heat, with their dust
Honey and Tar is in: a yellow pack JUril pool to'the ,W', ,$. Keyser.co. Open High Low CloM
is tn be a email box cut and that this ......... and dirt, has given awalargely to gas for h.eatin?and :
ag Ask for it and: refuse any sub- Pleamoor, Br ss; PrM, 2803, Mobile May Wi W' 434 *44 .
Is .due to the gr.-at scarcity of labor. stitute. It is the- beat remedy for to master. July,..;.. ....,.43% U. 43:'{ 43J.Ausley f S -- ,, S cooking. Ga j lighting prod dees ,a port yet bright +
It is evident light that is not tiresome to the Will be to
that the general disposition eyes glad :
and colds. W. A. D'Alemberte
coughs ,
Secunda.;' Br Donnelson; 1309. I --
on the part of the leading aaswer any inquiry regarding gas for heating or li,htPensacola .
druggist and apothecary. Tehereiffe to The W. Keyser Co. & Co/s Daily Cotton_ Letter, :
operators to heej the advice given lag S
Vivina Span ss, Uustlnza, 1983' Liverpool I' I :
against big box cut has had some- New York. Feb. 14.-Todaj's cotton : I .
thing to do with the matter. In a NOTICE -Gulf Transi Co. markets were dull affairs with narrow: I) S .0
"T'I great many instances this has been Wermland. Swed gs.'Anderson, 1473, : fluctuations, and uninteresting in the SQ.
given as the reason for t.he excellent Tampico to Pensacolaa: Lumber So. extreme. Liverpool cables came 5

prices which are offered for spirits. We have secured the services of EM. Ship*. points lower' with contracts practica! I Gas CompanyPhone i ii
!t Reports from all parts of the turpentine Williams of Atlanta who i IIj an expert Avon. Hal ship!! AVeguo, 1601 Genoato I unchange4 but later cables reported
. belt are to the effect that the electrician! and we are now better Rosasco Bros t the Egyptian contingent selling
9OO. box cut is not to bu'as large as what: ; prepared than ever to do all kind Casanota Ital bk; Avegno, 1069. heavily ,and the English market closed i 1.,!8.. 24 and 2T E. Garden Street. i
was promised some time ago. due to of electrical: works'at moderate prices. Genoa. some '5' points lower. .
I the condition of the woods the scarcity Ring phone 570 and our representative Elvira. Port sblpRodriques. 1488. The proposition of Mr. Thomas, and ........ ...... .. ................................

of labor and the fear that a large will call on you. Estimates furnished Lisbon to ordr. others iu New York to underwrite

box cut would be Injurious to the in on all kinds of work. S Bam 500,000 bales of cotton at the suggestion -
dustry.A PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY, Adele Swed bk, Janse, 596 Havana. of M>'. Jordan seems to have fallen E. B. ACOST/V/ a CO. Prompt. delivery to any part of the
prominent factor who referred :205! S. Baylen, St., Pensacola Fla. Duc Cuigini. Ital bk. Olivart 1268. into 'Innocuous desuetude." We /city.Office
with some degree of satisfaction to I Genoa to order. have felt all along tha there was and Yard-22 to 28 N. Tarn
the fact that the prices were to be, CREW NOTICE.a Gudny, Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Ham nothing in this and think that coming \\holetmtatndRtitaiiatalur'! In gona St., Pensacola, Fla. Phone 363.
maintained without much trouble stat-l! Notice is hereby burg to master. 'vents.wll! prove we are correct. The
given
ed Thursday that It j is really! fortu-| that neither the master KillcCna. Dan bk. Pedersen 765, Wall street trader is essentially speculator COAL WOOD AND ICESHINGLES
< nate that the box cut is smaller than,) owners nor consignees of Bahai. ,and anything looking towardsthe
p t CHAS. BLUM &CO what was promised some time ago. the British steamship Glen- S Pedro Lacave. Span. bk., Maristang' real l stuff finds no favor at hh --- -- --S -- ---- -

517 AND 519 'WEST BAY ST.. He states that this is due in large I) wood will be responsiblefor 509., Savannah to Rax M RobinSon hands. Mr.. 'HoadH seems to have, -- _____ ss T
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. part to the fact that labor is scarcel any debts contracted by the crew Providenza Ital bk. Ol.ese. 1185, dropp out of sight altogether and :
\-: I and that the woods have not ben in of said vessel. Tonlo. Ital bk. Tonino., 1032. Genoa. very little is heard of Mr Price. but: SASH WINDOW GLASS I
; : **#* $ I good: condition for box cutting. This RICHARD. Genoa to master. here isn't much doubt but that he DOORS, ,
lrm # factor claims that if the operatorswere J.. A. MERRITT & CO.. Master. Thomas Ital bk Lano 803, Naples ,is short of cotton and getting shorter.; BUILDING MATERIAL.
; : o At, PIANOS AND ORGANS. I to greatly increase their box cut Consignees. Umberto I.. Ital bk, Olivari. 766 Thfre"v.-UI an effort made early in .
't:'' CASH OR EASY TERMS. :! this year that there would have been --- Genoa to Rosasco Bros. : the'session:to force prices below 10,50 Phone Ii. 'H. G. DcSILVA S CO.
tA All Piano Work Guaranteed. -. some trouble experienced in keeping p F.&A. M. Schooners.Chas. for :March where it was known heavj- I ,

l: CLUTTER & RUSHING, 'it -I up with the minimum prce! of spirits A regular communication of A.'Gilberg. ,Am sen"Jasper; ,I stop loss orders had been placed but i
12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. .; for the coining year. I A Pensacola Lodge No. 42. F. &: 269. Pomaron master., : there' was support enough forthcoming -- --, ,- ,
''iv:if PHONE. 476. "I Were the operators to have no obstacle A. M, will b3 held Thursday Horatio I.. Baker. Am sen, M" hr,1) to prevent this or a much heavier 'I -- -
*. thrown in their way" said taisj nfght. All members are requested -720. Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. decline might have been scored. The,I direction and tied,upjhe two million'I
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1,r # ## # # *-#***## #### # # I factor. "and get labor to produce as'I to be present! and visiting I port stocks are increasing daVy and I I bales of cotton at the different portshe NOTIC
"...t I much as they would like to put on the! brethren invited. By order of Barkentines.Beatrice are heavier now than fo- a long time.I might possibly. base succeeded in,
----- -- -- -- -- ''market. there would be a great de T. E. HARVEY W. :M.. Am bktn. Casaveggio. 1430 Had Mr. Jordan worked in the right' his attempt to put the price to 15.: The Woolley Sanatorium, tbeonl' institute

! the prices and doubtless disaster B. M". Solomon. Scy Rctterdam, to Penacola. ',Lumber Co. cents but we are inclined to th'nkthe! I In the United States where &"
i would follow. Toe same o! the Caroline Koch Dan bktn Holm.Fort' opportunity 'is forever lost and there1 I 1 I Opium, Cocaine and Wiskey habi
:;u t sawmill men. The conditions are, de France to McKenzie Oerting will ba no 15 cents seen this season!'can be cured without exposure ana
:: Iff YOU'RE THINKING such that the supply is being forced &Co. baring. of course the prospect of aj!, with so much ease for the patient Oi

I back in all parts of the yellow pine!II -- --- failure in the coming, efo!>. 'i 130 days' tlmau required. DescnJ>
I belt and this is serv'ng to keep the KlondykeCafe! The buh pools have all faded OF. PUTTING YOUR I prices up to the present high standard. iiiwI SEEDS thin air and there is no' indication Ii!I i opinion as to what I can accomplish
I If the production was as much as some' whatever of any attempt being made!I I for jou. Ask jour family physicianto
I of them would like to have and this\ I to corner any month; in fact we do investigate. Dr. B. M Wool'ey, W
: i ratio was. kept up by all the mills.1, not believe this possible on account N. Pryor Street, Atlanta Ga.
FEET .AND MONEY 'not only would a great industry soon I II WHICH'SUCCEED I 10f the heavy stocks of cotton that
I be worked out in )the south but the! :might be certificated' and :delivered on
I prices would go down and result in ;I any month thus making it utterly imI Florida and Alabama
t- INTO: SHOES. WE DO 'making the industry non.profitable. It (practicable to attempt anything of the:
is a good thIng for th! industry that I I kind and without this there is no hope lANO'GOMPANYI
L3 THINK YOU SHOULD the production is kept down. In fact !t{ for any material 1 advance above the,,

SEE-OUR SHOES-THE this has had a great deal to do with t i present level of values. The worM,l I Manufacturers of
\ keeping up. the present satisfactory has seen how fruitless were the attempt -I'. and Dealers in
T I prices." S Thos. H. Rancher Prop. of the producers to put prices' LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN
J There is a general feeling" on the When You Buy I higher while ignoring the speculator., GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
,
Famous
threshold of the new naval stores 'I
I I and we sincerely! hope they will! profit '
I year that the conditions existing at I II __ __ Get the Best. I In the! b:tier lesson and leave such 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN
| the present time. and the Indlcatons; j jI ;! I things to the men 'who make it theiri I Under fnperijr' managmtnte1NP't.
Regent Sioes for 'the future ought to be maintained It's the..Cheapest in the End. life study. That the farmer can nev-, dvw ta(?> Fall Tour Around Ih. V'W*

I|I by all means. The naval stores operators Upstairs corner Zarragossa i I : :i-- i er be a price maker nor market. man.'|Annual gram N.l Oriental Fres. Cruise, in Februan.yro

I are man'festin'! a conservatismin I I ipulator the past year's results have FRANK C. CLARK. Bway New York
BEFORE DOING IT trading! which argues well for thelrl and Baylen streets. : plainly shown and the discord in the:I '
your FEET WILL interests as well as showing a WARRANT for the arrest of this wo-! landreth's south all through--the present season'I
. BE siUon to keep the box cut down. man. She is about 26 years of age I has cost us many millions' of dollars, Safes! Safes! Safes!
< AT HOME THE MO. I weighs 135) pound'; thick, dark hair, I ( and.\ we fervently hope the bitter lexicon -
No pills is as pleas.int and positivea high forehead.brown ejes. five fet I has been well learned and will be Buy Diebold Safes!
I
MENT THEY GET IN1 DeWitfs Little Early Risers. These I Just Opened higX ears No 6 'shoes, upper, teeth profited by in the future.
Famous Little Pills are .o mild and: gold filled and on; crowned tooth. She I
SIDE THE SHOES AND : effective that children, delicate ladies has long fingers with round nails. New Crop I I Scarritt Moreno,

i ". THEY'RE EXTRA GOOD I and weak people! enjoy their cleansing Plump of figure and:! fairly pretty. Her NOTICE. !
effect, while strong people say they maiden name was Thompson which I Three-fourths of one per cent pen Agent.teUETd .
VALUE FOR YOUR are the best liver pills sold. Never name she has possiblY! assumed alty is now added to all unpaid taxes.Jlemeoer ='
y gripe. Everything New and Up-to- Wire, -sheriff' at.. Den nlak Springy,, Just Received. this when tending In the' -
-MONEY-$3.50.H Florida: $2500 regard for the child'. amount. I I IT
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S NOTICE. 'Date.: '.' : Fisher Monroe Douglas This woman,) J. C. WHITING. I

\ < Notice l Is hereby given to creditors S . Florence Wood kidnapped him from -' City Tax Collector.!i
iI
; legatees distnbutees and all other ber Freeport 6th, 1905.Fla.,on The: the ohJH night la-6 of CREW NOTICE., I.II
; persons having claims or demands . septem-I
against the't'ltal of Emma FItzpatrick fair skin. light hair,: has W. A. D'Alemberie 'Neither the captain,'owners .
H.
0 ANSON
i plump.
teeth rotted off; very nor u&lgnees'ot the
: deceased to present the same .a
within two (2)) .years to the undersigned Open Day and Night. about 50 pounda very bright child. Dragglst and Spanishbk Pedro Lacava
both ways delivering poltetarj will be I
CASH CLOTHIER who has taken out. letters testamentary Expenses paid: responsible for debts
I child to DeFunlak $ ringa, Fla:' In.additlon contracted by the crew of
uponth estate of the
said Telephone 109.
the fevard., said Uc.ES
to $
: Corner Palifoi aod Main. deceased. vessely.VRISTANG.
H. A. DOUGLAS
J. C. GREEN.. Executor. Ml South Palafol Street. -- KOttL* -
Father of the child teUETd QtUXn U wnK
RIX M. ROBINSON
B Captain.
February: H, 1906. lileboawSw: PHONE 960. .1' ,,. DePualai Sprinss.- Fla. 1.It I
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