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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 16, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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J- The Circula.ton January eragc Journals. i Daily was for 5 8, 0 7 I ;b; IV J .nj MV"' 't ttr.- ,,W. t'l jA J GnfnL I I The Average Circulation January Journal I Dail Was for y 5 Mll 8 I r ." ,.




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WEDDING Of MISS ALICE GET INSURANCE MONEY _


r PREVAILEO[ IN I WANTS SMALLALLOWANCE MINERS M [ 18 fl flS = 1


Ponca Indians Present Groom With Buffalo 'Alexander Leglcr Arraigned in Jersey



HOUSE Skin Vest, Through the City Yesterday a Most Diabolical YESTERDAY


President. Crime.

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During Greater Part of the Session By Associated Presc."Washington ,( the House when they visited thecajvitol Declares He Does 't Not Expect By Associated Press (cf having poured benzine over his Full Representation of Both Operators f
Feb. 13: -The mar this ,afternoon. Later thy New York. Feb. 15.-Accused of, brother Carl while he slept, and add-

YesterdayMORNING and But Little t I riage license of Miss Alice Itoosevdt called on the president to pay their having murdered his brother Carl for ed that :he believed that when Leglersaw
I Great Amount Upon Separa- and Employees Was t
respects to the "Great White i the purpose of obtaining his life insurance his brother would not succumblie
Work Was Done. and Nicholas Longworth, was issued Father." Chief Eagle Horse presented money amounting to three caused the victims death by ad-

by the clerk of the district Fourt today ; to the president the gift 'for his,I tion from Wife. thousand dollars, Alexander Letter' ministering some powder of a poisonous Present.

at 4:15 o'clock. Mr Ijongworth future son-in-law, saying the present Jr., was arranged in the court todayin nature.The
Rare his age as 36 and Miss Rouse. was for the groom, not the bride, because I Jersey City. The examination ot police announce that they will --
of Belt's at! 22.: | the bride already haa1 received the prisoner was postponed till next: endeavor to have the body exhumedby '
American Register Foreign The Ponca Indians who came to' many presents. President Roosevelt -, Disposes of Statement that He I I Saturday at the request of chief Mur- the authorities at Baxley Ga., Session Was Short, Lasting Only..

pres-nt Representative Longworth laughingly accepted the present phv. where he is! buried.
Ships no Longer Allowed.JOINT with a buffalo! skin vest were much for Mr.'Longworth and promised!: the] Refused Large Sum. I Explaining to the court Chief Mm- Carl Legler's death occurred on About One Hour

disappointed at ,not finding him inACTION Indians he would see that he got it. I II -- pay said the prisoner was suspected December 1C last. ii i

STATEHOOD BILL AGAIN
I LEAVES LAWYERS OF' NO DEFINITE CONCLUSION
ATTITUDE
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UNDER CONSIDERATION IN THE! Powder Magazine Explodes
; THE, COUNTESS:. TO CONSIDER: MONITOR FLORIDA 'REACHED AT FIRST MEETWQOfN
SENATE-BOTH HOUSES AD. t.

Two Men Blown Pieces ; ONLY OUTSTANDING INDEBTEDNESS CONFEREES COMMITTEE APPOINTED ,
JOURNED UNTIL MONDAY OUT to WILL .ARRIVE ON 24 t
OF COUNT BONI WHICH BY EACH SIDE TO{

OF RESPECT" REPRESENTATIVE I ENO'RMOUS i iI FUTURB//
By Associated Press. killed. The explosion destroyed plate REACHES AN SUM. ...I"I REPRESENT THEM AT

LONGWORTH. Geneva Ind. Feb. 15.-The magazine glass here valued at two thousand dol-I And Will Remain During the Mardi Gras. Festivities Later Being MEETINGS.
of the Hercules Torpedo; Company -I lars and tore'the bark from trees in I ,
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: one mile from here, was destroyed a radius of two hundred yards. Nothing I By Associated Press.. I joined by the Entire Coast ,
By Associated Press. : today ban explosIon. Edward was left of the magazine but a t
I Paris, Feb. 15.--Financial negotiations ,
V::<.hmgton! Feb. 15.-"Morning Gates and .Lee Howard were 'blown to hole in the ground fifteen feet deep By Associated Press. r

JII"! prevailed in the house today I Iin i pieces and two teams of horses were, and twenty feet in diameter. ,I in .the Castellane case do not j r Squadron.IT j New York. Feb: 15.-A meeting ofl:? { t

I relate to Count Bom's allowance after mine operators and representatives oft!
. f-f: five o'clock this afternoon.. 1
separation from his wife; formerlyMss th Anthracite Coal lfinas held
't".t t result was the passage of af| IS EXPECTED THAT 'THESE
Anna Gould, of New York, as the here today. The conference was li
ii increase to thirty thousand doli -; .
: NO BY NEW DEPOT fOR count has simplified this branch by VESSELS WILL REMAIN IN THE session about an hour after which &v 1.
.'par the federal appropriation I ANNUAl REPORTor
'" ,'H'h state and territory for the stating that he. does,not expect a large I PORT FOR SOME WEEKS AND joint statement was made public 7 7A :.. ,
amount. His announcement was madeto lull representation of the mine r I 1 1r
;'noi" 01 agricultural expermenta: !: ENGAGE IN TARGET PRACTICE
one of the lawyers for:the -countess.It operating companies and miners was t'
'in, and a bill repealing the BOARD Of THE 1ERMIN l was most; empoatic and substantially BEFORE THEIR DEPARTURE. I present President John'! Mitchell., ot 3'
American
; w ranting an prE.'S-I' 'n' the the following"terms MACKAY I the Mine Workers addressed the i
foreign ships wrecked j'
"I declare to you, and I. swear to I meeting, giving: in general the terms: t '
i i on the American coast at the exactness of declaration, that Information was received-in the city of the proposition desired by the miners
ion of the secretary the De- yesterday to the effect that the monitor : ffl
and declaring that these had not
I not do but thatI
only not deimand
WORK COMPANYMay N ; of the of the I !
iiint) of Commerce and Labor and,1I"m. COMPANIESAll Florida one ships been entirely formulated in detail ,*
of will not accept, any sum beyond that Coast squadron, would arrive ,in this: i
i" <: a t-p-cial act congress to
small amount which' constituted. my port on the 24th of this month, to I After a brief session it was decided ;

< ii' swb "t"ister. income before my marriage.** represent the navy at the Mardi Gras I that each side appoint a committee ot 6 .
it- house adjourned till Mondayof [ also that it proba, +
carnival, was
: ana! to represent them In future at
seven
Ine count thus disposes a statement :
to Mr 1 Longworth, Act' Be Erected West Main ble tht or morn torpedo boats
respect Body Was Called to Meet to on one
the conference. The understandingwas t
usb this reason was not down in to the effect! that hg contempu; Affiliated Concerns are in a would also be here upon the festive $ 13T.1
ously refused forty thousand 'dollars occasion. that after the joint committee
Council Resolution But Street Between Palafox and
ecord
Upon. R jeaY on the ground 42>:a
JOINT STATEHOODBILL Did Not Do So. Baylen Streets. sufficient: for his pocket n.oney. from official sources. The fleet, un .to. the committee of the wliole. >
The attitude of the count leaves the dition. der Admiral Dickins. who is well President :Mitchell and John Fahey t
IN SENATE lawyers of the countess to consider known: in this city has left Charles
only his outstanding indebtedness, ton and Is now bound for gulf"' ports;: headed the miners on the committee E

\\'a i. .:in.:on. Feb:15-The senate to- Although Major Bliss Issued a call The Pensacola Electric Terminal which reaches an enormous sum. various vessels having been assigned and the operators were represented by'Boo' it vt'tsR
Oompanhas had a force of men at Special to The Journal. Mardi Gras celebra
to ports( where ,
others.
of the Board of Public Wilcox and
for ,
tilt' [)rt-s. i 10 the consideration of theo a meeting work for some time on Main street New York, Feb. l:>.-The annual report -, lions will be held. Immediately aft..rthese :

." M"i + I'IO.I! .| bill, and for an hour 1 Works to lie held esterday afternoonto west of Palafox, raising the track to structure furnishing' offices for thecompany of the trusteesof the Mackay festivities have been concluded a.

,I III l .. hid! !'.>tc'ned to a speech by Mr.ink take action upon the council resolution conform with the city grades also, consisting of waiting companies was submitted to-day and all of the vessels will be assembled UNITED STATES a '
: no meeting was held, and although ; For some time past: the companyhas rooms for the accommodation of the i at Pensacola, where they will remainfor '
J + ii uppon of the bill as repotted states that the companies own a part s
the council calls for the removal : been quietly acquiring property public and-fitted: out generally with all I SOLD? time.
all of the capital stock of seventy-
1 .n ;;" i mnmtee/ The OhIo senan between Palafox and Barcelona modern cjnveniences. II or It is reported that the vessel! willremain PLEASES CHINKS
of Mr. Long ani: reinstatement four prosperous cable.telephonp., and
'" ,'i n received earful attention looks though that streets, for the purpose of erecting a The building if the directors decideto in the United in the gulf for some months,
of Mr. tingles it as telegraph companies r i I *
ii. "M" yen, ;utors present, but the atiim some time will elaspe before any action new terminal depot, an improvementwhich erect it, will' occupy the space now!'I States and Canada and the Commer- during which time they will engage
is badly needed. vacant on the south side of Main iu the annual target practice.LONGWORTH ;
cial and Postal Telegraph Systems "
H;I no 1 free! was large is taken. OF IMPERIAL COMMIB- '
Work on this new building however, street, between Bajlen and Palafox I the MEMBER: F
""I.i ? Uit't. adjourned: \ till Monday Shortly after the major had issued I The report further states that ll
the call for the meeting yesterday h. will not be commenced until a meeting streets.. It will be constructed according -'.I Mackay Company is one of the largest WASSPEAKER SION SAYS DIFFERENCESWILL tvr
DIFFERENCES ON THERAILROAD discovered that the resolution intro-i of the board of directors can beheld ; to- the present idea of rough stone I stockhoWers In the American
duced by Alderman Reilly and passed which is to be held in March.) and ballast and will be a great !mprovemen -:I Telephone and Telegraph Company BE AMICABLY

: RATE BILL unanimously had not been signedby The new depot is to be a handsome: ; to that section, of the citj.:, Known as the Ball Telephone Com- I MINUTE SETTLED. '
d
either )Ir. Reilly or any member
V\ i, n.m.' Feb. 15:-The agree- which is required 1 ,
of the council -
!f i\\ ''II \.1., on the railroad rate bill he discovered this he By Associated Pres
As soon as
Washington Feb. 15.-For one minute !
of By Associated Press
'1 the members
mm Committee notified
on :10 the senate on immediately worth
to be present, as there was a oY to-day Representative Lon New York. Feb. 15.-The tMneste
In. .4:e \Commerce is an issue that the board -- Es acted in the capacity of speaker of v H
nothing to take action upon. The pur- inyperlal commission, which has been
( the house. He called to the chair
n \\A" on on the question of jmli- was
nrr'. \. a of the orders of the Inter pose of the meeting was and to to take either action ptPULAlt st3LtG f for one minute during ron call but had studying American institutions, sailed i <

Its i l'Oll'mt'r'e Commission seetnsut upon the resolutIon nothing to do during that time. When for Hamburg to-day A member of 4f '

displace or retain Mr. Long he left the speaker's chair, he arranged the con nssfon said! the viceroys weren101"e t 4,
(i '" mforce. Neither knows From talk. about the city hall yesterday 1 for a "Pair" for several weeksor
it would seem that than pleased at their reception h "
't r'"lu'n' of the other and it seems afternoon until March 4.
.. the board does not intend to take any hi the United States and wem astonished
action until the council passes the resolution M at the magnitude of the country '
r tubers of the committee are the shape, and will and that during the past year
in proper pany, : and the trem""*ndous scale upon 5
:;.n< of power. Neither of too retain Mr. Long as street superintendent it has acquired control of the Amen Ho '.
which enterprises were planned.
," in factions issued formalst'ting until such action is taken. Afterwards 4 can Telegraph Company which for
to what the owned and operated said the differences between China
has
their differ- it is a question as twenty years
t n forth
board will do. but the general impres- \\YtW1IJJ \ a telegraph system in Minnesota, and the United States would be ,
i 11h' ,h'mucrats. in an author- y
will be clash between Iowa and Illinois. The
sion is that there a l Wisconsin amicably settled and that there 1'
in nt' from Senator Bailey, council and the Board of report. shows that the Mackay Companies t '
the would be no serious trouble between
'i ..!h it clear that an adequate! have no debts and that there,
Works ITKrAY shares and the two countries. ffi
are10.645',600; preferred
:" !h. reported) or the minority !
.. I $41,380,400 common shares During
"..t. :! erasure of its own. In LIEUT. COL. MARGETTS AT the past year $-1,616.900 preferred TYPICAL SPANISH STREETOF

.t'.'" 1\1<, nt, however, it is admit. SALVALTION ARMY HALL shares have been Issued in excangefor
CUSHMAN'S ALLEY.No .
'PI: "II'' n'fDtlats are divided on the shares in other corporations,
listened to the much or greater dividends
paying
"i- on.t IN judicial review. Quite a larg: crowd as olvidends the matter of a real estate nature I Fy
E. Margetts than corresponding on
of Lieut. Cot. J.
-- address secretary for young people, Mackay preferred shares. has stirred up down town fVnsacoli # : ,

TO \WAR AGAINST national Salvation Army hall last night. The report states that as the income in years a.* has the recent transferor
at the ..
... is
constituent companies "
The subject of Col. MargctU' address of the the Cushman property. While the, 1
-Is the child worth saving?" :largely in excess of the amount required property had been tentatively on ihs .
CATTLE TICKBy masterly mann*r to the Mackay Company'sdividends '
pay
1 a .
was handled convinced in hearers that the excess is used for Ox- nark-t for about a year without.anyone [* :

that readily a man of unusualabtlity tfnsions and reserves The trustees showing a'Disposition to snap it t
nrakr was inured! with that state that they confine themselves in UP, the actual sate was closed up In f 1i
and was :: to first class cabls, remarkablj brief time considering
Associated press that forms the makeup their investments a i i
magnetic force 23 :_ l telephone and telegraph stock .the details a trad of this size necessitates. "
""mgion. }Feb 1The: commit, of an orator. ,. JfcwiirtS G T!
t; '' who in company: -,. /5 ,. The laying of a fifth cable in the It then developed that a r
.. 'mi turn Him to urge the de- rnl. Marsetts George iVings! of Cleve- i' Atlantic ocean slid the establishmentof number of responsible parties were +
'" rh,. :south; for a war against with Captain an exended ere cable communications with NnvFoundland upon the point of taking up the ''

"<4> cattle: tick appeared be- aml. Ohio, is making quite and southern -- S and the laying of the new ,;'o po sit ion. r 5; r
central -
to U( u.:>\grlcultural Commit- It tour of the the interests of the Salvation fr % \ 6 JJieittttSH cables to 'China and Japan are referred -I The general plan of the flaw owners +
in '
states "s- < to. sis to convert the formerly' little- 1 ><
Pe-nsaco1a y
fI ..," and 'I
Hundred thousand dollars for morning C. street, but modern -
day Szime they will \ kay William C. Cook. George! Spanish on commercial .1
( a.sn of scientific investigation for Selma Atanta.'thence Ala. From to A tt o: Ward, Dumont:: Clarke and Edward C I. lines, that will make a very
anon and! for federal co-op- 0'0 to Chattanooga t Platt. attractive block to visitors.

l'.. *uh state authority main-' and back to Sew York the way. ( wcTdt, 7 i f#
along rwJGp
"taranune against the tick. many! places ,

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I Negroes Invite Educational President Congress- pDt I I. Suicides at East St. Louis, f ll: .I- :j


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By Associated Press. the train he walked a short distant

ton, of Tuskesee 15 F. B. to a small lake. lie was noticed and
Prof. Booker T Washn; St. Louis, Feb. Avery
By Associated Press. 1! president it is presumed he waiter! an oppor-
8' :? Ala They invited the treasurer of the Avery Manufacturing would not attract attention '
""mgion Feb. 15.-A del gaUon; tunity when' he a
'WItI'II citizens prominent in educaa' -,; to attend the negro young peo- Company of Peoria, III. committed and then lay down on .tin
and educational .oi.- suicide this afternoon by drowning edge of the lake and held his headunder +
and reh !I fp.es; Christian EVER NOTICE I *
., saia' he arrived at Centervtlle, a water The body was thus
1: Bs..ho'aeiii: ,u W Kjseiet 0. to..lay. Atlanta.1 beaded ljj ;j jC' ;,be gress.unabls Ths to president accept thenvltatlra- *3 HOW WC WILL GUSH OVER WITH ENTHUSIASM AND BE HANDING BOUQUETS TO OUR PUBLIC suburb tr..n'ry of East St. Louis on a north I found. He 1 left a note of farewell addressed ; ,
Gainer of ;
the
(j Bay train. Stepping from to his wife
Ojster bound LCO .
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1: "jinton' of Charlotte he; expected to go tv FA' .CRITES.XD. THEN IN AiBOUT. SIX MONTHS BE HANDING, THEM BRICKBATS
z.tnl;.r Walters, Jersey City andj([latter part of June..
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has been a city officer and a clerk of 1 1 I called, and,mucn wulated ,public improvementa .

the Board of (Public Works and he The Itch FiendThat undertaken by Mr., Ze-
f BOARD OF WORKS knows full well that the Board of fl. I lius and the mayor acting as the Klondyke

Public Works DOllS NOT BUILD is Salt Rheum or Eczema-one of Board of Public Works; I deny the

SIDEWALKS, but it Is the duty of the outward manifestations of scrofula. right of the board tojjundertake the

each property owner to build his own It comes in Itching. burning oozing, dryIng work if aa Mr,. elioa claims. itf Is Old

sidewalks, THE BOARD HAVING and scaling patches on the face head I a part of the ,public improvements
& AND SIDEWALK ONLY SUPERVISION OF IT." To contemplated; and I ask the very
Lands,legs or body. '
the foregoing allegations I plead pertinent questions TVhy should Mr.
cannot be cured by outward applications CafeI
guilty to an intimate knowledge, except It I ZjHus and the '-mayoc acting aa the
) insofar 2.3 it is stated that the ,-the blood must be rid of the Impurity Board of Public, Works have selected

Board of Public Works Is vested! with to which it Is due. th.3 street leading from the business

QUESTION only SUPERVISORY power in the section to the bath house district, for QuaKerRye
:: matter of sidewalk construction. Hood'sSarsaparillaHas I I their o o'own-town improvements and -I

It cannot be gainsaid that the pres for the up-town improvements, the
ent Board of Public Works "DOES cured the most persistent and difficult street leading from Mr. Zelius's home

NOT BUILD SIDEWALKS," nor can caws. Accept no substitute tor Hood's;no (the last housa on North Spring H. Raucher, Prop.

Secretary Jones Replies Pointed the moral duty of citizens to build substitute acts like it. street) to the' hollow at the intersection -

sidewalks in front of their property, of Spring and Gadsden streets,

ly to Communication of and to kep: them in repair. be denied which can never be drained until the _

; but what are the duties of the surface drainag* system is Instituted "
Chairman Zelius. Board of Public Works in the BASKETFriday BALL from the proceeds of the bond issue; -' Upstairs, corner Zarragosj
why would Government street, ,
premises; TV ho Is to see that neglectful not Twice distilled in
citizens are required to comply the most frequented street In the copper- and Baylen

: V.Via their moral and legal obligations southeastern portion of town, have streets.Just .
Pensacola
Fla.
Feb.
15. 1906.
Editor Pensacola Journal: to construct, reconstruct, reform Feb. 16. ::done as well as Zarragosaa street; ripened in heavily _charred oak
why was not North Barcelona street,
and be
the )
: In my communication anent the repair (as case may
present conditions of the ektewalks their sidewalks? the next street west of Spring street, barrels bottled the distilleris I
PENSACOLA Y. M. C. A. REDS and a strait upon which a hard 6 by
. l or Pcnsacola, which app. red in Sections 88 and 89 of the City Code
streetto
roadway from Strong
H your columns of yesterday morning, clearly set forth the legal require- vs. Chas extends street, selected insteao! of smooth and mellow. Opened !
I bad no intention of precipitating" a ments as to grades for sidewalks, in pure, ,
North which
PENSACOLA CLASSICAL SCHOOLY. Spring street, runs
t newspaper controversy and at the' and the materials to b, employed in front of Mr. Zelius's residence? And.
34 : hazzard of having the old "bull 1nf' sidewalk construction.
. : M. C. A. JUNIORS inasmuch as several thousand dollars Don't treat
.,', the china shop" epithet applied to Sactions 90, 91, 92 and 93 of the were involved in these ."p rmanent" spoil your by failing '
It os again positively decline to be Code dfine the limits in which side-I
not competitive
vs. improvements
< were New
why
Everything and
drawn into one by Mr. Alec Zelius "Old Up-t0.
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walks are required to be constructed. > bids advertised for, if for no j'LtI' to get Quaker.
chairman of the Board of Public Section 93 declares DEFECTIVE'!I P. C. S. JUNIORS.
other, purpose than to arrive at an estimate
: Date.
"Works.
sidewalks public nuisances and prescribes of their cost; and. since In
There are several reasons for this a penalty for the neglact or I i Gymnasium of Pensacola the inscrutable wisdom of the Boardof b Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.,

determination, chief of which are the refusal of property owners to remedy.I Classical School. Public Works it was unnecessaryto I 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.,,
following: Mr Zelius Is a bold bad .
Section 96 provides that in casa advertise bldg this work V Pensacola, Fla.
for
on
I f xnan-a dangerous man, I should say, property owner fails or neglects to I t First game begins 8 o'clock p. why jvere not competitive bids advertised L
F! especially in the matter of accepting construct, reform reconstruct or repair '
for several hundred barrels -, ,
for the
m. Only one admission on ( 'L. '" Open Day and
;l as facts the allegations of hfe amankien&is a sidewalk within the time of cement, costing several thousand Night.

"f 1 and chief who does his writIng limit prescribed _by ordinance after] both games. collars which have gon into
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. I for him which however, is not written notice from the Board of Admission 25
: this
work?
iJ tc remarkable, in view of the fact that Public Works has been cents. Gin
, ;tI serve:? upon Mr. Zelius's reference to mhyber.-, De Ruyter ( Holland )
Mr. Zelius conies from an inherentt him! to do so, "it SHALL 'be the i sum-
nation last
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in the North during
,
,:t honest, confiding, race of people DUTY of th BOARD Of'
!! : who are notably susceptabls: to hypnotic -WORKS to FORTHWITH* proceed PUBLIC to I... .. ... ,,:;M r. "" <..<<..< ." ..,. a..,. .. .." .. _.... .. >> ..,. mer's unpleasantness Is a joke--astatement PHONE 960.
unfound
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too silly and on'
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; : inflwnces: and too. Mr. Zelius construct, rebuild, reform, or repair,
facts to take issue with him on.
Is a 'bigger man than I am; he is took (as the case may be) scch sidewalk,, % PIANOS AND ORGANS. whose
tdever a fellow for me to quarrel with, uuder contract as herein pro>idVd, *, CASH OR EASY TERMS. Every person in Pensacola. lye 5O3.
t I even though I know he has been derelict -and the entire cost of such construction -I ifAll Piano Work Guaranteed. 'J? opinion I value _knows that I was ir.Pensaco'a ,' Morris ,Dannheissei
r- in bis duty u a city official; and etc.. shall ba apportioned, as %> CLUTTER &, RUSHING, f throughout the lOummer.t C.W. LAM R. President JOHN PFEIFFER! Assistant Cash:er.
last but not least, his name is Alec provided by law, to the lot as owneJ'hy : 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. except for about twelve days spent J M. E. CLARK.Vice-President and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashie-. (Formerly 0('Dannheis5 Brosi

and "Alecs" arc proverbally smart the parties adjoining the sidewalk' PHONE 476. with my ,family about the middle ofj i Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fin,'
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r "people. and th/ amount of such cost hall be October. I Wines Beer and Tobacco.
In conclusion I beg to assure THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

I \. There evidences are, however of anxiety such unmlstakble croplng-a LIEN upon 97, empowers the property the," etc.Section Board. of Zelius. that strictly interpreted. it lr'l Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
--- of
a part of mdutT as the secretary
: 'out of communication to OF PCNSHGOL FLA.
Mr. Zettus's
Public Works at '
any regular or 12 W.
with Chamber of Commerce to call Zarragowa Street
accordance section 63 of the th5 :
the News of that I
Daily
yesterday special meeting, to adopt resolutions city charter, for BIDS for the construction attention to needed public DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.
reply to same, as I cannot restrain a ORDERING improve-j
I the, construction reconstruction ,
: reformation. ments, but In this I ),,1
rebuilcSngand case.
1 natural Inclination to be accommo reformation and repair of CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $$60,000. -- -"
,
I. ; dating. This inclination though, "ANY sidewalk on ANY street with repair of sidewalks, as the same in my capacity as a private citizen I I
nay be required to be constructed exercising an inherent right to criti-
2 strong as It Is with me would not begratified in the limits mentioned! in sections DIRECTORS.
, .and repaired, under the requirements else the merits and demerits of pub-
that I have reformed "
except 90 and
92. 93 also
-. ** 91. ; and pre- of sections 96 and 97 of the cods; and lie servants. Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Re Illy, F. E. Brawnrr,
: and never Intend to be guilty of ini scrib the of
j ? manner service of the
s "
further this ". a JONES. W. S. Rosasco C. W.
-1- discriminate IUI1iIUtIieSagain section provides as follows J. M. PicKier <<: Lamar.
of
mandates
the board.
: "And, In case no satisfactory 81'an Dun"ody, T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders
; until baaed r
t judgement on Section
98
: my person- requires the issuance of bid shall be received Record W. tj.Milton. 0. E. Maura
4' ,el observation, and backed by pub- the board's orders for the for the doing of NO Case of Pneumonia on A. M. A ry.
a lic sentiment dictates the ad'v. tabil"Ur ton! construc- any such work the BOARD OF: We 40: not; know of a single inst.anewh' I W. U Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerting
reconstruction '
and repair of, LIC WORKS PUB-I C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark.
and of "so hod '" SHALL do the : necessity > sidewalks! by the City Clerk, nude "
the
occasion may arias, etc. pneumonia of consump'Ion when FoIcy's -
arousing recalcitrant and ignorant th. seal of
: the city requires the
;
I regret the J Accounts Banks.. Individuals. Corporations Firms Solicited.
of necessity of having to honey and Tar had been taken
officials their
c. city to a sense duty Marshal or his deputy, to serve said I
to the peoplewhom they s rve. I notices in the manner prescribed: in I regret the necessity of haying It cures cough* and colds perfectly o, Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
that inasmuch to make Mr. Zelius as reo'icu- do no; take chances with some unknown -
-t hope therefore, as my section 97. and after endorsing; thereon lous :, '
4t. friend Zeliust name is Alec,I may be the manner of eerie to file the as the above quotations, preparation! which: may contain -' I
from the
abl to finhghten him upon some subJxts original of the notice with the City City Code render him opiates. which cause .Zt of common knowledge, even Clerk (,n the point! of the> duties of the, a condition that retards recovery from : I

though hI" has published his ignorance Section :39 provides that every year boara' over whose destinies he Is pro-! a coll. Ask for Foley's Honey and \I ; DR.J.H.MOCKDENTAL

,ld of them. after the year 1902, the Board of sumed to preside? .but__he had th2, Tar and refuse any substitute offered i r I I

31rZeliua avers that "Mr, Jones Public Works SHALL advertise< in same access to the code before he W. A. D'Alemberte! druggist anJ : .AdvancenJent Ii SURGEON.Crown
$$1'. made himself ridiculous as I have I' apotheCarY i I ; i .
lg ,had since; and then too, I am not I
Mr. Zelius's guardian. I and Bridge Work a Specialty.'
I .
GUMBO SUPPER OF
-I i '}Ir. Zelius has Painless Extracting of Teeth.
I seen fit.to take is- ': THE FRAU VEREIN
of Women '
S.
sue with me in statement that a ZS'/z Palates St.
majority of the sidewalks 7 and 9 Old Armory BuiMli t
in Pansa- The Fran Yerein of the Lutheran
Over Half
Phone
MillionSATISFIED 1077
a cola are in worse condition than they church gave a delightful gumbo supper -

have been in years. That is an in at the hospitable home of __ ____ n ____ __ _
alienable privilege that Mr. ,Zelius I In the financial world of Pensacola is no
Pfeiffer Sr. \
Mrs. Henry on !
CUSTOMERSDo '' has hint, and I have no desire to deprive)I iard Government street last night. lr'l where better shown than on the books of -VVOC> D
of it, nor have I any hope of"" ,
hundred tickets
Fully three were
you think such an enormous business could be built up and [convincing HIM of his error. I. howe -!! disposed of. and that the affair was the First National. All kinds that want.
4, continually increased if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit? i r, am willing to leave it to the art j highly enjoyed by the members of you

lit Do yoti: think we could hold the trade of half a million people if our bitrament of a majority of the peopleof the Luthern church and the many Women place their money here draw

,!k reputation for doing exactly what we say wasn't firmly established? Pensacola. to whether I have exaggerated -I friends of Mr. and Mrs. Pfeiffer! was checks and handle their accounts in OAK AND PINEcheaper
a
if r Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors Bankers, Business conditions, or whether )Ir. evidenced by the large number pres'
ti' and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using Zelius has renoJsred himself absurd, I manner that 'contradicts the old idea that than you can buy

HAY2CER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right in fathering the statement that the i ent.The It anywhere. Any size ) Uwant
I' occasion was one of great women have no heads for business.
I Do think doctors would sidewalks! system of
you recommend it and hospitals use it, if itwasn't Pensacola Is in pleasure! to those who were fortunate I
absolutely pure and unadulterated? a better condition than ever before
Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order. h: the city's history enough to be present, especially celiclous: as 11! The age the stability and the facilitiesof

I Your money back if you are not satisfied. walks I am willing Inside to the admit restricted that the Side-j I served the refreshments in a charming were manner an I the bank make it a favorite depository E. G. SEWELLPhone

United States Senate Washington, D.C. walk limits, are in better for women. '
$ "I have found Hayner WhIskey fine for a its burning 614.
11 exceptionally table and medicinal purposes." than ever before in Torturing eczema spreads
my twenty-five I
1 years of residence in JPensacola area every day. Doan's Ontment;
but
I isIr.. Zelius willing to admit; that I I quickly: stops its spreading, instantly !
relieves the Itching. cures It Florida and Alabama
perman
there Is vast room for improvement i
I WHiiiii in this district is he I ently. At any drug store. I
;
willing to go on

HAYNER the improved record with condition the statement of the walks that the In I I NOTICEPensacola. FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF LAND COMPANYManufacturers

stone limits it attributable I I of
:, 1 to the endeavors of the present Fla.. -Feb. 8. 1906.It PENSACOLA FLA. and Dealers in

FULL !!EXPRESS! Board of Public Works; is he having come to our notice that i icertain LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES -
4 $3, rilling to deny that the City Marshal parties are picking up drift W H. Kf owi.w.Pre W. K. HTER.JR.,V.-Pr.,. and Cashier: AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
.
T. W Bnc.vr and\V. N ROBERT As t. Cashier
QUARTS I recognizing; the neglected Unkempt timber on the beach Inide the narbor I DJBECTou-F. C. Brent W A. Bloont.V." H. Knowles W., K. Hyer, Jr.. I --- .
PREPAID I and in hundreas of Instances and offering same for sale, contrary to D.G.Brent. 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAl

. I DANGEROUS condition of the sidewalks law, we hereby warn aU. parties I Under roperijr *
--- management toTl11
OUR OFFER We "B* Mnd y ta P110 ealed case, with no I has endeavored to secure the against this! practice and will prost, -am.---- -- advADtaren. F.ll Tonri AronnJ the w-r4!

marks to snow contents FOUR FULL QUART co-o;>eration of the Board of Public i; cute to the full extent of the law the. --- ,..--- -- -- Annual Oriental Cruise In Frbmar V
BOTTLES OP HAYNBR PRIVATB STOCK RYE FOR $120. and w* Works in securing their bettermnt|[ next person or persons found doing' I IL. gram N.Free.FRANK .
will pay the express charges. Take It home and sample it.have your doctor in accordance with the plain letter-. this. No further warning will be'i' .HILTON GREKX r-BEJlDisr. T. B. KLLE3., Vici-Pmi u>tar. C. CLARK.96 Bway, New Yor*

'g test and it perfectly-every satisfactory bottle U you wish.It back Then to if yon us AT don't OUR find EXPENSE it just as and we your say and spirit of the city ordinances, but]I II given. Psnsaccla Lumber Co. by I.; B. JoI.B '1I51u..C.I.IU. MASSHKLD MORENO,Aur.CA.iHtc,. ,

4 r J3-3) win be promptly refunded. How couU any offer be fairer? Yoo .__ I without being successful; Is he willI -! E: Nobles; The W. S. Keyser Co., by Citizens National Bank : !
Safes
iiI don't risk a cent. I ing to go on record with the state- J. S. McGaughy; Smith & )larzonI,' Safes! Safes

r<. 1 Orders for Ari*.CaL.Cot. Idaho.Mont..) ev..K Me*..Ore.Utah.Wash. 'ATZ StUM in:::nt that the preset Board of Pub representing Rix M. Robinson. II, :: i (.1 Peneteola. Florida.3Dirootcr. .
.'.. 11 or Wyo,*most O be on the bans of 4 OuartN for M.OO by KxpreM lrepaJd lic i Works has advertised for bids:' Baars &' Co, Rosasco Bros.. ".. L. I Buy Diebold Safes!
or Qaazt.sfor$1&20byl'relghtPrepaid. -i for the construction 'I Morn*Bit.
II! of sidewalks, or Wittica & Co., Dunwoody-Aiken Tow[ GeoW Wrl..ht. T. S. Wall i
: p1 Write our nearest office and do it NOW. that it has ever built a foot of walk Boat Co. I Rix U. RobInson L. Hilton Or sea. Scarritt Moreno
::1 ,
where its mandate to build or repair A ": EUER-L.! B\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. 'I

I THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY I has been disregarded; in fia?. won't NOTICE. : Agent.
,Mr. Zelius admit that his information ,

I : Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, O. 8L Louis, Ma .St. Pa n I,M loo. about the condition of the sidewalksof i iI ally Three-fourths is ,now added of to one all per unpaid cent taxes.pen-,' c.........$...+e..4..94........ ...............

: ; 133 Dismuxf.TROT. O. ESTABUSHCD lift. I Pensacola! is entirely second band, Riemeber this! when sending In the' :: J. S. REESE. President E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier. X
and that he has, practically, no R. M. :
. -- personal amount. CAR 7. VicePresidentTHPOPL'SBANKOIPNSACOLA. Co.
knowledge of fits subject '' J. C. WHITING : ; Marine Grocery

1 .. I Mr Zelius takes umbrage at mv I i:
-- "
-- --- --- ---- C. City Tax Col! !ctor.: .
---------------i-- -- 11f I and designation gutters of as his"abortive Spring street curbs.curbs" I :: t Director*-L. J. rVeves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kcttlcr, R. M. Carr, 1!! 604. 606. 603, 610 S. Palates' St.

beg his pardon for wounding his : Escambia Lodge, No. 15, *-. &. A. M. :, W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J. J. Hootort. i| Phone 725-
.'. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING
Regular Communication ofEscambia BUSINESS.
pride, but I can't retract my designation -,; Lodge No. 13, F. & ;: TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTTULM SOLICITED. 1! V. J. VIDAL Manager.
Zcfe
f I BUGGIES AND WAGONS I part, and of the if as"permanent,he state thy street are Im a-!, ,' O.... (\ \. 1L. will be held Monday .....................................*,...... ..... : ,

I l provements" in contemplation I say' evening February 19th,, at j -

' reverently, God help the taxpayer of* 7:30 o'clock. Visiting brethren fraternally THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS T3i
.. Pensacola; and further I make bold: Invited .... ,
.
to say if the city engineer C. D. BEYER. R M.c. ", .A. OOWholesale "I" ,... II....,. 1
! ...TO BE... employed, I'm. -' ..II-x.; s.c',. i! EAT.
to WG.DAILEY, W. JLi
supervise the permanent Improvements and Retail Dealer in 'j
contemplated, either! Sec.CREW : Just Received:
approves %
the Spring street or Intoaieneia'street StanDoxnesticAnthracite ; Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quu War:

curbs, he is an incompetent< NOTICE. L and Blacksmith COAL I SO kIts or fancy Mackerel.! !t-: ?*'

I SOLD AT COST and should be removed from office. Notice is hereby given' Offlcs-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. kit.
This proposition, I am also willing that neither the master 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per Kit
Yard
& corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones **!
to submit to the arbitrament of the I 01l ners nor coaUgnees' of 6 and 372 5'' kits halibut HUB. $1.25 per
people of Pensacola, who will take1 I! I the British steamship Glen-, I 50 kits of Cod Tongues and SouiM.

. We have a few fine buggies and wagons in the trouble to inspect the work. re- wood will be responsible j) 'I $1.25 per kILBloaters
ferred to. 1 1My [or any debts contracted by the crew : Milkers and Roe H"ssCodfisn. :
: stock which we are offering for sale at cost. motive in t agitating this subj3ci'!' B. L. HALL & CO.WILL Pickled Salmon. Di* PscS.f"

T Come and see them and get prices, or drop was to secure an improvement In the RICHARD. I I German Sauer Krout
!abominable and disgraceful condition J. A. MERRITT & CO. Master. I SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS Pigs Feet in kits. $1.00
: r us a postal and we will mail full particulars. i 1 of the sidewalks in the residence section -t Consfguees.S I FOUR !! Manewal and Lange's F"::' c**,'
FULL
[ I QUARTS Biscuit Cq's Fruit Cake *
of Pensacola, and not to discuss National
I : tiLe question of expediency or the CREW NOTICE. f. ....OF"... ; per pound. .
:right of the Board of Public Works Neither the captain. own- We handle the celebrated blea'i': *

1: PENSACOLA BUGGY CO. I to undertake the so-called permanent ers -cOn.sgnP.'s of the I THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY. I Coffee roasted by the Gulf: City Cc--

'improvements on Spring Intendenciaj SpanIsh bk Pedro Lacavai! i Co.. Hi P Chipman. Manager ,'
t I and Zarragossa streets; and I had noI: I _,____.,' will be responsible for debts'I' FOR $3.50. Oaiaca. 35c lb.; Gold Standard -=
ta
ks'ea of baring to ask any embarrasa-,i contracted by the crew of I Jb; Diamond Blend 25c lb; Co'

lag questions to mafcs. my position said vessel 'Other brands at rock-bottom | Rio. 20c lb.Strictly .
prices. You
II 30 East Garden Street Pensacola Fla. } oo1
get yourgoods j fresh roasted and as 5<
but Mr. Zelius has \
I clear seen fit to :\3fAIUSTANC
j the
j throw his gauntlet at ray. feet, hence I JI ]RIX M. ROBINSON' captain,I' same" day order is received. Give US' a trial : as any Coffee sold In this city!

ta- I I I dispute the expediency: of the .t>- Consignee. order B. L HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla. 1 j I liver Send promptly.us your orders and *e .m;J ce"






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rve You Seen;]1 TWO 8 BASKETBALL BAD BREATH THE CARNIVAL ISNO A New Magazine for You '!'



-For No.'be bad noat tronbis with"'
v ot"lISa 1a
TEAMS .:::.ii.ed fmll/f.g aJ kiua* gr..t..':. IStMSS.r.',. ..T My toaaij* :a
TO bad .*weeks ao a frt".4 n>f'fmmendef N W NEAR AT I .
Our .
Sf'SEfi1'"y"*"th"*-*'"'.18f"b"IU entlrT'eaa. ) rnr..Fi"lh I I am bringing out another new magazine that you will come pretty-dose to '
taor.fore! Ie*yoa k now thai I .hsii'
,$ m'e any oi.o uff.Hoc from suck'..r..o..ea4..h!...... liking. I wouldn't be surprised if it hit harder than in the
'Chat.H. Halpern.114 E.Jth St..N.w York,M.' T you anything
shape of a magazine you have ever seen. There isn't much
MEET style to it5 but it :

Shirt Window\ ? The beat Dowels For HAND has the stuff in it that you and everybody else will want to read. It ;called


-
Com1 b' on )'ouray down

and we will show jou the sw ll- Classical School and Y, M. C. A. c.NDY ci.mssric And the Festive Occasion is Nowa

f..i 'm<> of Shirts ever shown In I
r 'n.-a,-ola. ,Boys to Play a Game Subject of Much Discussion ,
I '

THE "EMERY" $1.00. To-Nig ht. Pea.! ot.PaI taWe.Potent.".ot.e Coo'.De Ocod. .
hover feiel4n. w et.en eroripe..oM .l" .
ne..Sh! N..ei
18 b.lk. Th. .
centune IaJ.I. 'a"ped C C Co THE
Guaranteed to cor*or your Biun y buck. 'rr
value that "
tv biggest is possi-
Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 506
j, f for us to eet into a dollar! Tonight it is likely the Classical: ANNUAL! SIIE.TSH! f.KiLUSK;! BOXES It has been conservatively calculated -

Sh -T! is; in the Emery and the School basket ball team will tnd Its. -- that there never lived a robust
fa can'i be equaled. season with a game to be playfd in -- healthy American boy: who through
A GENTLEMAN'S'
TASTE IS BEST
the gymnasium against the Y. M. C. every stage of imaginative evolution, .

THE "STAR" $1.50 TO $3, A. Reds. it was expected that this SUITED WITH A has not lived in turn, the part of a

game would be played !n the Y. M. C. street car -mortorman street car conductor -
is
'me
hc undoubtedly* tho CERTIFIED CHECK
A. gymnasium, but other arrangements fireman policeman locomotive
hEW: grade Shirt made In
had to be made. engineer soldier and sailor.
An'a.' If YOU have worn them 50 CIGAR.All this .
In: the first game between these Usually of course fmaginath'eperiOd
yell!| Dow the fit they have, It's the qualities of fla ror.aroma in
teams of boy life encompassed
sonre ten schoolboys
days ago, the
ro .. fpasm but a fit. Silk color and gooa' material is *
were victorious, but the associa.I embodied in It. the years 'between the ages of five to
Sh ROD.: others Star Shirts '
I tion team has been doing a good deal twelve; but a great many boys never

In :'a.:o, window $1.50. ,.of practicing since then, and practice A. Greenhut & Co. recover flora the sailor stage until

with_such material as they have means DISTRIBUTORS, they nave tasted tho 'titters and ,.,

speedy development of a good team. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. sweets of the life. In fact from the

Tho Classical School boys, since viewpoint of most American boys and

their last in Pnsacola have especially; those whose!'; homes are removed .i
game had Lessons in Cooking and Sewing. .
cIAIIDAIThrLOTIIInGdJ : two hard fought battles' one againstthe from the seacoast, a halo of romance -
Cooking: Vegetables, meats, s la'ls '
-
l! HlESEJt BU1Lb11 University Military School in Mobile deserts pastry cakes candies breads; hovers around the forecastle of

and tho other against! Tulane of course of 12 lessons $12. Sewing: life, and the American bO"s spirit of BEOK'U

New Orleans. In both games, though drafting cutting,:;, fitting,:;, dressmaking. adventure impels many of them to
Classes for women and children Five their lots with the "men who 'go
__ __r beaten the Pensaco'a boys played excellent cast 1
- lessons. $2.50. it!. A. Mcintyre In- down to the. sea in ships."
R. K. WHITE, I ball showing a neatness In structor. 301 West Chase. Sfeblw* Did not this adventurous: spirit exist J

Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler their playing that has never been the enlisted personnel of the United

and Graduate Optician. equalled t)y any team that has rep- States navy could never have attained
30 S. Palafox St., Peneacola, Fla.TERSELY resented Pensacola heretofore. Their H i *' its present high; standard of )

game in Mobile was in doubt until intellect and efficiency; in a word .
'----- ------ ---- ----
well in the last half and they he'i' without the constant infusion into the ;

TOLD points.the big Tulano team ,down to 2- I Amusements i iv. 'ranks, of vigorous our navy young of the manhood adventuresome from Something New in Magazine Making ,


The line up of the teams will prob-- % 6fxa'j"- ;1 the fields and workshops of the Interior -
Ma-or W. C McLaughlin. of Flora. ably be as follows: the boast which we so proudly THE SCRAP BOOK is the most elastic thing that ever happened in the way of a

la. was among; those who visited Pen Y. M. C. A.-Forwards. Lockhartand and confidently make of having the magazine-elastic enough to carry anything from a tin whistle to a battleship. Every r .
racoia yesterday. Barrow, guards, Mallory and Bell, Last Night's Play. greatest navy in the world would be
thing; that appeals to the human brain and human heart comes within its compass-fiction, ,
I tjV, Foshee. a prominent mill! man center. Yonge. The reruchi-Gypzene Company, according vainglorious and vulgar braggadocio.But which is the backbone of circulation review science
biography philosophy
to the claim is good and nc American periodical ; ,
P. C. S.-Forwards, 'Morgan' anti promise presented "My
of f (Cnnset: Ala., Is in the city on a .
business visit. Phillips guards. Zeek' and Duncan, Friend From. Mexico": last night, and I need be timorous about assert art, poetry wit, humor pathos, satire, the weird, the mystical-everything- that can be ;

snort center .\vcry. captain. to say the least its rendition was up. ing as a positive substantiable fact classified and everything that cannot be classified. paragraph, a little bit, a saying ran

Mr' and Mrs. Ruby Crooke are the t This list of players on both sides is to the standard set by that companyin anywhere he may chance to be that editorial, a joke, a maxim, an epigram. t j
pr'>ii'l parents of a fine boy, who armed -t a convincing promise of a splendid previous plsys during! the present the navy of his country, if not In numbers -
at their home Wednesday night. 'game. engagement! The piece afford' loadi of ships and men, certainly Indiscipline .
Like It in the World II
:Mr.M 1. F. Rose and daughter Mrs.T Another contest of hardly less In-: of comicalities which were well taken effectiveness and brain- Nothing -
K. Judge! both of )Mobile are vl is- I terest will take place between the Y., care of by the members of this popu- force, is the ''greatest navy sailing. the

:'ins Mrs. Fisher at Kupfrian's "iark.a M. C. A. Juniors and the Juniors of! lar company. trackless seas of all the universe.! This There isn't anything in the world just like THE SCRAP BOOK. It Is an idea oa ,
I the P. C. S. These teams have met: To-night's bill Is lon"y:, Mad," a being'true, i Is it in any sense remarkable -
for which
C. A. O'Xt>al. and J. II. Fletcher which we have been working for several years, and we have been gathering ,
new play which has scored successeseverywhere. that to American boy there
\both, prominent citizens of Andalusia. in two contests already and their determined -' should be halos an of romance and air materials. We have bought hundreds and hundreds of scrap books from all otrer the
and dexterous has
Ala. are in the city on business: and been admired by all who p'aying have seen castles! of glorious; achievements to country, :some of them a century old, and are still buying them. Prom these bowka ware

<-" being greeted by. their numerous I them. The rc- S. boys have beei. The Ina Lehr Stock Co. be worked for and won hovering in gathering and classifying an enormous number of gems, and facts and figures, and .

inends. I'victorious thus far but their last; The many admirers of that excellent space above the-American man 'o war? historical and personal bits that are of rare value. Furthermore, we have a cocps; ef people

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Harlan and son game was so closely contested that organization will be pleased< to, A frolicsome, rollicking lot are our ransacking libraries, reading all the current publications the leading daily papers,

in [)PS Moines Iowa. who have been it was in doubt until final time was learn that the Ina Lehr" Stock Com, American man 'o warsmen .when and digging out curious and quaint facts and useful facts and figures from.reference books '

\ Mtiiu W. S. Harlan and family at called. II ,pany will a'gain! visit Pensacola. The; there's fun to ba had. but there'sa cyclopedia, etc., etc. -
Morala. are In the city en route to1.1..1r The first game will b called at 8 will open an engagement here next serious side, an intensely serious .
homes. o'clock.] Tuesday night and be here every exacting. side to the life. The fathomless Don't fail to get a copy of this first issue of THE SCRAP .

Owing to illness Tax Collector John night until Saturday with a Saturday I castle and gulf the which quarterdeckthe separates the fore-Jm- BOOK. It sells at the price at which all our other maga-i -
.. matinee. The has ben greatly
:
cast
( an Whltme has been absent fromi A WORM ) '
office for several days but it is KILLER; strengthened and now numbers nine- i penetrable armor that divides an official zines sell Ten Cents a Copy and One Dollar by the Y .Ar. rrrs"
!i :s
J. A. J. Montgomery Puxico WayneCo. aristocracy and an enlisted democracy .
Mitnm. Mime I that da's.1.1.r'in he .will be in his office ., :Mo., writes: "I have LUIs twin ten Many people.additional specialties have ; an impossible social' position in --- On all news stands, or from the publisher
a few girls who have been bothered with of draw
been added and judging from the very any port any country are
Stearns who has been a worms all their lives. I tried backs serious insuperable drawbacksto
every reports which they ,
ni, mbpr of the Pensacola Fire Departin thing to relieve them which failed Until have flattering received press the company is one of an enlistment In our navy, as they FRANK A. MUNSEY, 175 Fifth Avenue, New V rtOLIVE

nt for a number of )years and who I used White's Cream Vermifuge; the best en the road. are in all of the other navies of the

fcabeen serving as captain of the the first: two doses brought four world. .
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Kist Hill Company has tendered his worms from one of them the next I when the full history of PensacolaIs ----------- --------- -- -- --- --- -- -- J;

rigaat ion. I two doses: twelve, one of them meas- A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES written if it ever is, the roster of: E. B. ACOSTA SL CO. Prompt delivery' to any part of the i

Lee lawman one of the members of. uring twelve inches; the other child Itching[ Blind Bleeding. Protruding the young Americans who have come: I I p city. t

''ii. firm of Lew man & Co.. of Louis- was only relieved of four worms.It Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund here from every state and every territory Office and Yard-22 to %8 N. Tarragona ilr:
"
\ ,I'e rearafd the city yesterday afternoon is a most excellent medicine. White'sCream money if PAZO OINTMENT falls of the Union to gratify their romantic IShoI..aI.andR.taiSfJ.alrn In. St., Pensacola, Fla. Phone 363. t
and w'll! remain here for several Vermifuge is gooi: for chil to cure in 6 to 14 days. 50c. imaginations and to satiate!

,iU! \:1 on business in connection with! dren. It not only destroys worms, It their yearning for adventure by enlisting COAL WOOD AND ICE th
' helps the child to perfect growth in the navy, will fill many pa'g3s.In Special to The Journal.
:i.< ('OD'"!ru'tion of the Brent buildin'g, .
,
_ _ '"
hirh a s firm is now erecting. wards off sickness. Sold by all drug BREEZE BANQUET ''I reality, Pensacola is more generally Olive. Feb. lOur Sunday schoolis -

gists. known throughout the country as still improving. A very interesting Far...,'. Lucky Find. = ; :
Amouj i he visitors Pensacola to-
):; to I the winter and spring rendezvous of, Oottiroll
AT DeFUNIAK lesson was given Sunday last the title Driven for fuel I
dais i John R. Sharpe, of Bainbridge the United States ships of war, than to desperation
Ga., ,,bo :s Interested not only in the Retail Clerks' UnionA It is as the domicile of King Priscus,I being "Jesus Calling FishrDlan." Charles Wigbtman. who lives near FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Proessiona1Directory.

naval ,torcv; industry but also the -- who reigns throughout two days of I (Sunday night a most interesting sermOn Platmouth. la., recently resorted to Pensacola. Fla.
meeting: of the Retail Clt>rks'Union I! __ __
I
i'paraboa' the furniture of his home
: business. lie will remain breaking
absolute monarch of up
will bo held in the Central BUSINESS MEN ENJOYED THEM- every year: as ; was rendered by Rev. New berry,
nerp for only a few days and then r?. the revels of Mardi Gras-this year. only to discover a fortune hidden between I
Trades Council hall Friday evening; at of Mississippi, his text being the ten
turn to hi.s home. SELVES AS GUESTS OF W. R. on February 26 and 27. musty boards. says a Des
6:15 o'clock.
One of ;he enjoyable entertainments F. J. RIERA. I There are always ships of the navy Virgins. Moines (Ia.) dispatch. HU firewood ex I -
w The season was given last evening l&feb2U President. STORRS. at Pensacola during the reign of King Miss Maggie Owrsley spent' Satur- hausted anti moved to pity by the criep I 1- THOS. PEBLEY,

*. :'h* C. K. of A. hall when a dance Pr'scus. This year, there'll be two, day and Sunday last in Pensacola.Mr. of his family from the bitter cold, the i'
REAL
ESTATE LOANS AND
*aj entertainment was given by the and may be more.Monday Bill Iloyt was the guest of his farmer determined to sacrifice an old LAW -

vminR men of the city in honor of ADMISSION TOCORONATION The DeFun'ak: : Breeze published the parents Sunday last. kitchen table. He had nearly finished PALAFOX COLLECTIONS AND ROMANA. "ii

\1 1i>- Ijouise Weldon, of Georgia, who following account of the banquet tendered Mrs. Alice M. Creighton was the demolishing! It when a musty package PHONE 559. !'
'F th.. by Editor IL W. Storrs of tie Feb. 19. boards. In it
accomplished! guest of Mrs. E. BALL guest of her mother Mrs. C. L. Creighton rolled from between two
K <'oi(>b Light refreshments wero Breeze, to DeFuniak business men: was $1,200! In well preserred bills. The
of the leading businessand THE GREATEST OF ALL BEAUTY Sunday Jast
'ned during the course of the even- Forty-three parcel had the appearance of havIngtaeen
Jag.: professional: men of Walton county SPECTACLES Misses Lizzie and Gladys Merritt stored away for many years. Mr. TI.OIYATESMUDI

Rro..ton News: Rev. B. C. Cleni WILL BE ONLY BY TICKET OB. and DeFuniak Springs diJ: full justice and Miss Annie Davis were the guests' Wigbtman canuot conceive how the .
Tuesday night at the Brown Hanlon BrothersNew
>-' IXTI pointed: presiding ldr of Mrs. Willis Majors Saturday last. i bills came there unless they were hid OPTICIAN
(
provided in the
menu
THROUGH CARNIVAL House to a excellent -
r>f 'h.' TAINED -Lel'a. Lizzie and Lulls Bo- the table
Vn:acola} District of th M. E. Misses den before La purchased sec-
? which Pantomic
manner for that POP!!- Spectacular 306 THICSEN BUILOIGN
<--hureh South, to succeed the late ASSOCIATION "STOCK.HOLDERS. lar hostelry is noted in response to ExtravaganzaFANTASMA ley were the guests of Miss Glad: is end hand many years ago. f
key" XV s, Wade. Brother Glenn Invitations issued by The Breete fora Merritt Sunday eve last. I

*t4 s pastor of the church in this city Business: Men's banquet in honor of Miss Bessie Johnson was the 'guest Whistling In Sunday Sehool. H. T. CRAWFORD I
for *!ev"-ai years" ana' during their of Miss Lizzie Merritt Sunday: last. I introduced Into
fifteenth birthday. Every Whistling was recently
. the paper's:
-M> her and annie Wilson and REAL ESTATE.
made friends who Mr. I
many Elkins
line of Industry. business' and profession the Sunday school services! at the
-ngraiulate: him his of Scenery-Beautiful Colley were the guests of I
promotion. Tons Gorgeous Mr. Charlie
upon
represented by men wHo live' South church In Cam- MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS COt .
r'fv "', mlsunderstan ln' has arisen!; regarding was Congregational
< P. Hall will) leave rbr Pensa- 'A Ampr'ca'n Ballets-100 New Han- Grady and Leslie Merritt Saturday ,
the and bol'eve! in our county. Mass., a special dispatch to LECTED. .
('>:m. tomorrow to attend the district ; the admission: to corona Ion Tricks-A Festival of Fun-Beau night last. polIo says
-
wtifp.anro. of the Universaiist church tion ball at ths opera house on the I After a discussion of the menu tiful Transformation Scenes. I Mr. Richard Merritt spent Saturday the New York Times. A well known 414 THIESEN BUILDING. .

n.,1"! preach Friday night and Sun- evening of February 27. came in the speeches. _Col.* Wm. 'V.I i night with Mr. Walter-Taylor. h"mn'was chosen and after the orchestra Pensacola .FI...
dot> in Jnt: city. This ball is not a free function, except I Flourney responding to the welcome 5HANLONS565PEOPLE65 I Miss Ida Wilson, of Pensacola, was had played the air every man. woman -
to the stockholders of the Carnival [I extended by the editor M. M. Morrif -, the of her parents Saturday and and child who could whistled the I
A :-mtdlquantit.I of Blue Ribbon Association and their friends!f Ison telling how to make the town 1 1j \ I Sunday guest last. fune. The musical director Charles L. "fCltS.CAPUDINE* Lti'
". invited guests of the associa t grow from th standpoint of-tlle banker "Every day is a holiday when the :
mon u. Vanilla; flavors perfectly. and the I Mr. Eliga Ward. of Atmore was the Estey explained before the whistling
.\b imel; pure goes twice as far and tion. Admission to the ball will only H. Thornber from the standpoint Ilaulons ccnio to town" guest of his brother-in-law Saturday began that some might think the method -I
Pu-p, through stock,:!j of the merchant, and J. C. McSween n3P 1..ID''ruy cva ii?'
obtained s -
deserts tho "Blue Ribbon Fla- be by tickets the could not .
.. PRICES-25c:, 50c:, 75c and $1.00. : peculiar but objectors 5
'tllr holders. I from the viewpoint: of the city coun- last.The funeral of the little baby of Mrs. be any more shocked than were flu HEADACHES 4I
J cuban and th Breeze man from the 'Seats on Sale Friday at Noon
- --------- I i j newspaper man's position. (Following I Fleter Hurle occurred on Tuesdaylast congregations of long ago when. they I' Break."pCOLDS i;
'1 this came impromptu, but none thei_ at the Whitmore cemetery. The first beard tho strains! of,a pipe organ.: I"6 TO a HOIKSfrit
Jwoys.Renewber the FnllJam* A. I Iave one was sick only a short time.Mr. .
little !iMtl
j| ]less enjoyable talks from Dr. C. E. ----- We AI.
oa every left last
Tuesday:
L C fi' B. Williams -- -- -
E.
Rromo Qranmo / SL Thompson, E. R., Sprague, Editor: ;;;
/ V5r X & 11I".25c :I| tubbs.. of the Herald Geo. B. Leavitt, with"the serveyors for Floridato, ANOTHER WONDER SCIENCE.Biology -- -- -
T r If You Want time
aColdIa0ueJiIY. Gr 2 )_ where they will spend some on 1
Rev. DV.. Baker Rev J E. North-!

.. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,.o".i: cutt. W. C. Mcl ean and George Ward.' ".business.Mr. Cab White of this place has Caused Has Proved by a that Germ.Dandruff is i LEOALADYERTISEMENT3lamio
. "", ..(. ... ..." The general theme! was the good (if Your Linen to Bagdad, where he i iI
the community in which we live, and just returned from his I I Science Is" doing wonders these days> :: Costello, by her next friend.
It lacked but little Wednesday: has been several days visiting in medicine as.well as Jn mechanics.!' J."blteh I. ,
) 'I' W. J. Costello, vs. J. j
I i i brother. Since Aiam lived tha' human. racI ]
-hn
Wholesomelleaps morning said.
and good byes were
Good Railroad Co.
Mighty If the Quests as thoroughly enjoyed. Look WellAnd Miss Minnie Colley was the guestof I baa been troubled with dandruff for: Louisville & Nashville t '
Susie! Landson Sunday last. Garnisb.ee. In the County ,
the evening as did the; host, they 'hada Miss of i which no hair preparation has heretofere -;I. a' corporation:
: of delicacies crowd our store now-they're : good time and'e believe that they will send Miss Harntt Deal was the guest proved a successful cure untilNtwbro's Judge's Court Escambla County
last
well you I night
: Tuesday
\ Miss Llzzia Merritt llerpiciuii! 'Was put on mar- .
. fresh and pur Here's a bunch of the best: : did. / thorn here for laundering.We Florida To J. J. Whitehead defendant -

: Kasher Ring and Thick Sausage... ..... ..'.. ...... ..... ,15c- :1 ; do this work well-none ]last.Misses Lottie. .Ma' .:ie and L/llie kills ket It the U germs a scientific that makes preparation dandruff that or and all others whom It may con

: Kasher Weiner and Knack Sausage..... .... .... ....... ......1:>c Cures Sciatica f can do it 'better. j Rutherford were the guest of M.sses; scurf by digging Into the scalp to get! cern: You are hereby notified that a

: Kasher Corned Beef. 'seIect, Ib...... ... ... .... .... .... ....:! c: .1 Rev. W. L. Riley, L. I. D.. Cuba. : Try us on your next bundle. Maggie and Shollot Hanes Sunday! st the root of the hair where It saps, Writ of Garnishment caseand! has that been your issued prop-
In the above
4 Kasher Smoked Beef, select, Ib...... .... .... .... .... ... ...25c I New York writes: MAftr fifteendays \ last. m.\\'the vitality; causing itchingscalp.falVIng erty In the hands of the Louisville &

: Kasher Tongues, very fine. .......... .... .... -.-. ..... ... ..25c: I' I I rheumatism of excruciating, under pain various from sciatic treatment :, The- Star SteadLaundry. trip Miss to Brent Minnie Tuesday Colley evening made a ftyingl. hair dandruff and hair finally must baldness.grow Without luxuriantly. --, Nashville Co.. a corporation unless has bee '

Peas. i of Brent.. wash! It is tho only destroyer of garnished. and that you appear.,
: Lenten Green Kern, Split 1 was induced to try Ballard'3iSnow : Miss Mable Johnson before the 6th i .
; I before said court on or
be furnished by : Liniment the application of her sister, Mrs. Dud Hoyt! dandruff. Sold by W. A. D'Alemberte
: E\er\thing in th vegetable line can : first i the guest of March. A. D, 1306; Judgment/ '
first relief second last Saturday and Sunday.Prof. druggist and apothecary 121 S. Pala- day
giving my and the t .
Phon. 114. will be- entered agtiMt .
: 14WGilrden popular :1 entire relief. I can give it unqualified 37 harden St. J. A. McKInnon was in the fox street, orSt4id 10c. In stamps for by default Cbstello. 1.
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LAZ JACOBY Pen cola. Fl v j Wednesday evenIng sample to The Herpicide Co.. Detroit, you. Mamie i
Grocer.Li
Phone 183 recommendation. 25c; SOc, |1.00. Sold: jI I little city of Olive ,Mich '2feoaw4W., ..7

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FLORIDA, FRIDAY'' MORNING .FEBRUARY 16, 1906 1
I I
''t I
i teenth year of its existence. The /.a.r.,.
ft Ort News has seen the city of Brewton (. lr i'1' } i tak VNN J UN LRpIaAw .
WHERE THE JOURNAL: k ,. N lu
w+ i
f dq I It
grow from a small town of less than T NM
0 CAN BE FOUND. drut
1,000 population to a thirvlng city of \ t "t
ft. --- Your Home is Filled With Sunshineif r.
The Pensacola Journal is on '* over 5,000, and, to its cerdit be it I
[ft sale at the following places. In said, has been greatly instrumentalin
-& the city: '* the upbuilding- of the city. The you own a handsome Piano. The sweet, charming tones of one of tour

t' T& Coo's Bay Hotel.Dock Store. ** Journal extends congratulations and handsome Pianos will instantly dispel the worst case of blues. .Our

J .ft Depot News Stand, wishes its Alabama contemporary unlimited Pianos are of high character and worthy of your consideration.
a Gem Book Store. Years! of 'prosperity.::

4t r!; + V*. Hotel Merchants Escambia.Hotel. *sF" r. ih'l ;i-f $-H We'll Put a Piano in Your Home, .

.;\ Southern Hotel. # *
l >* Thompson's Book Store. # # WILLIAM J. BRYAN 7- y
when like. Our "Pay/When'You'Like" has
plan
a
put
; sir+ Walker's Book Store. & NOT RESPONSIBLE. you pay you ,
"I', t P JLJ Piano into thousands of homes, bringing with it the usual measure of ;t

fl 4HI 1..;. Savannah 'News.. :l good cheer and sunshine.. If you live in Pensacola, call or phone us. ;;

4: I *##*{raiaMH n if outside of the city, write us about the piano question. ,

., IThe Mallory-Williams ,__ ,.._
r
The effort to make :3Jr. Bryan responsible -
(Quarantine Bill.! J. _,_ /' WHOLESALB
for increase 114-116S. Palafax
an in the in- Oldestand Largest St.
tensity of the boycott of American idles OfSna-I cot six valentines todayMM -. Must House in Clutter Music House Phone IS t
The Birmingham. Age-Herald,
; Youngo-Do jon get them cheaper buying them by the half-doaeaT Florida PETNSACOLATHE
; :w commenting upon a recent editorial goods in China will hardly prove

rw 8n the Mobile Register In support of successful. It 1s stated that the boy.
'" t the Mallory-Williamg quarantine bill, cott was dying out, when at a dinner He Knew Lincoln.! Ii

::4 tas the following to say: given at Hong Kong in his honor,
The Mobile Register supports the twelve' Modification of the Chinese *1 "pose.." laid the old man on tbe rear did tome thinking and flashy said:
> Olallory Williams' quarantine bill. It exclusion act being 'presented to him J y' r
idoes; this 'because the arm. of the with the statement that if they were ;the only Dan aixmad here who knew" Abe f
hto lifetixi. and the fact
during
tfewteral government reaches further adopted by Congress theboycott would ;jUncota "
11 I teal of.
b:8.a: finances are unlimited, and its be calloo! off, he elated in a speech ore proad I JOURNAL'SPANAMA
Where cUd know hint"1acted a fat i'ttsI4
that American workmen yea
foreign agents give it an advantage would never
maD, who looted like a man who'd spoil
< Jttot possessed by the individual ccnseoit to the admission to the Unit- t tSc.
r a good story whenever he eocl4. \
e; I/rtates. It goes on to say that it has ed States of skilled workmen or la- I "
1 irontended for years that the gulf I borers from ChIna. As soon as this tin Michigan. .
ports: should have uniform quarantine I speech was noised abroad the boy- But ba D.T T lived luLMlehagaa"
"Well, I know him when he- was In
:regulations and it has all along cott was renewed with more feeling '
?i j }l nized that federal control is the recog'l than had >heen previously shown. ,the lumber bactacs Cn *?" thtok of CANAL EDITION
It. I guess he wu llTUg la Wisconsin.
' It
rwa y to obtain this d may be true that Mr. Bryan de
t 1. livered such Bat b* was new la the.laaiber business -
This covers the ground, and there a speech, but it is ques-
In wl.coasin"'Then
never Mre4
: Jla no room left for contention of any 1 1.sort. tionable if it had the effect attributed and
It'll"" when !lit wu a doctor laUlanesoU.
ui h \. No opposition outside of Texas to it. It Mr. Bryan made the fore- ." i

a y. 1 ts !appears ill agreed in upon any by quarter southern against senators the tude going of statement American respecting workmen tho relativeto atti- ;Jta, : "He Minnesota.was never" a doctor, and never lived IS NOW ON SALE AT All NEWS\ STANDS.PRICE

the .
f representative, it is admission of Chinese workmen --
ana! reason- "*
!> to tell demanded
mean
loa mp
1
to that it 'WiH become and laborers he didn't depart in the
> presume
1M I the old man, aa he bristled up. "that
'' lQW .' '. It is not all that is needed I least from the truth. As a. mattero \
Abe Lin cola and ma dkt,'t drair'aawtoffa -
:t } eo far a'K it goes it is good and fact. Mr. Bryan had no authority to the same mID la tpw T"I : 15 CENTS. BY MAIL, 20 CENTS.
:-f u the right direction. It ]looks to the "lID promise: that the exclusion act do. He never IlveS In Iowa "The I'm a liar, am It*
i' establishment of an outer guard rould be modifies! He could only
"And that we dlda't kook e.ra together : -
4' m Against yellow fever. This will ant state what he as an individual would j in Dakota! !" Jonea. Yw. air It was 81 J'enel. and b.didn't
prwer until -wo can get a broader andetter support and he no doubt told the : "Dakota had no ovn to hoak la his die U1H last jean flow a maw
|> bill Chinese what Congress would likely *time" was the steady reply. can get mixed op on these tbloga after ORDER BLANK-----
do and what it wouldn't do taking two glasses of singer ale eao't bet
Tha Texas opposition; is apparently speaking "Then I'm a Bar, am,IT' A suberbiy illustrated
k' from his knowledge Why, If 700 hadnt caned'me a liar I
stales of the situation.
but it
on rights
really
phased "Tea. air. nat""la. yea havetperkapsgot
'ry tk jpprings:; from trade desirw* and trade has been' since trying Congress to do 3.5S-.ombled It I Lincoln and Jones miffed 11;. mat was was my going hired OB man to say for 14 that tars Abe, and LJaeelo that work showing Pensacola The Journal's Panama Canal Edition...
Selfishness.] Galveston is jealous ofpjew something in "
thInk it over Tor a minute? we both slept la the aamevtadl".
,i Orleans, and it wishe* to keep the direction of the modification of The .Id mat rates his head an*" JOE KK&B. The Pensacola. Journal.
rr i ; montrol: of ciarantine in cXder to propiote the Chinese exclusion act but it has as she is to.day. The most. Pensacola, Florida.
= this or that branch of trade. been unable owing to the oppositionof Gentlemen: Flnfl enclosed' herewith 20 cents In silver: for
R + JOongress should not listen to selt she the labor element and the hostility complete and expensive one copy of The Panama. Canal Edition, which please send to
.
M;;, jtiess of thai stork The south desires of western can e.s.sDlen.. The mil! the following address.
)the passago of the Mallon'-'Willlams! men of the south ann! east are extremely F"t special edition ever issuedin
.'. ? 1)111, an' Texas should not boe permitjted anxious to have the exclusion
4 % to endanger lives in the south in act modified because China is the Deep Water City.
' Jorder to promote ts trade in an und one of the best markets for their
; warranted' manner. products, but they have not been able ,-t ,
,. ': to accomplish anything.: .- Following are some of its
ia4 Galveston antf New Orleans are 1
There are signs cropping out all
)Jftlie only ports that have raised any the time of a bitter feeling against 7 1M special features 4
rotest against the inauguration of all foreigners throughout China. On3 s i
k Iqn&rantinA 'under national control of the most distinguished Chinamen I
I In this country, a resident of Cin
IIlnd. as the Age-IIeraW the -
I rays opf.poSitlon cinnati wired his friends in the Pacific ,
;4 wag from purely mercenary coast cities on Sunday that one i- ::: ::: .., 6a+scr Over 100 half tone views of Pensacola, Pensacola Bay, and scenes in surrounding
fi ; of the greatest massacres of modern '
nation-El times was about to take place in country.
China, and advised them to notify by -
';,' Ifecoorge and will hardly allow com- cable their friends in that country at l Page map of Pensacola Bay, showing depth of water and pointsoMhtcrest
' ,
isnerdalism! to enter into a proposition once of their danger.
tirliere! the welfare of the whole peotole Our government has been expecting 1f about the place.

is at stake. trouble in China for sometime,
1' and has been preparing for it. Onlya A special article on Pensacola and the Panama'Canal by W. A. Blount, Jr.
day or two ago it sent two regiments
'' 't In its Issue of February :3: The and two batteries to the Phil- A Review of "Historic Pensacola by ].' E. D. Yonge..
t 'Journal published an article on The ippines. so as to 'have troops near at

.* Machinery of Secret Voting to which hand If they should) be needed.. The Symposium of opinion on the effect. of the Panama Canal on Pensacola, by
"" omitted. Chinese would like: to drive all
redit The article was was unintentionally from the columns ofthe foreigners out of their country. Theydon't i Governor N. B. Broward, United States! Senator S. R.. Mallory, United States Senator
like the missionaries or the
;I [ Municipal Journal and Engineer traders, and they think that W this e cz: -- Jas. P. Taliaferro, and Congressman W. B. Lamar .

,, published in Sew York, and should country shuts out their laborers, ->-
t Itavo teen so credited skilled)] and unskilled they have a .J s n I A "Romance of the Fleet," by Nellie Cravey Gilmore.
r right to shut out foreigners. Of GETTING!: HVBN. --

t I l Washington Society and especially course position, there they Is'take some but justice it is a in posi the !i Tim-'Arc 7o lobar to tend your wife a comic Taleetln V.j '...'_ An article on "Sugar Cane in West Florida" by Judge Jno. Thomas Porter
j Tom-Yes: that box of clears she gala me at Christmas.
White House contingent is greatly tion to which our government and "
4 ii.+ the wrought up over the reported, sale the governments of Europe will) I -. ... ---- "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago, by Senator Stephen R. Mallory.

r" of a card to the Roosevelt-Longworth t will never] not agree.permit If China a massacre.Is wise If she she An article from the National Sportsman, entitled "Pensacola, the Fisherman's'

wedding for the sum of $400. This is does she.may have to pay a much Paradise by Mayor Chas. H. Bliss. .
t commercialism with a vengeance. greater'!: indemnity than she did after ,

f rt; the Boxer uprising.Bird Pensacola trade statistics, from'his report to the Chamber of Commerce by
a Subpoena servers will catch Parson

.JlockefeUer Just as soon as that as'ktrte Fr* k. For Uncle Sam. Secretary W C. Jones.

gentleman is willing to be Twelve of New Zealand's most interesting
r t ieaaght and not. before. The parson's: birds and four lizards, representing 4

; i lure, is too long for them. the only creatures of their age re-

maining by In' New the Zealand world have to the been United presented The work is attractively printed on heavy enameled paper, and, the half-tone

The fcrosn-Caynor: trial at Savan- States and are now on the steamship t .l/ :. views: which embellish it are not only representative of the sty':z widespread pointsof
such has drawn out to such length Il
Sierra on their ,war to the government
,$bAt It is of about as much interest to zoo at Washington, says a San Francisco I ,attractiveness, but they are superb samples of the engraver's and the printer's art

ti. the general public as a last year's dispatch to the Chicago Tribune. .
't>lr4s nest New Zealand's gift Includes four kiwes, l The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at the news stands and throughoutthe

four :Maori hens four kea parrots and m __ city, and out.of.town readers are'invited to'send in their orders on the coupon
four tenatara lizards. The kiwe is a '
Conpress wingless and tailless bird whose feathers contained in this announcement. Address ,all(orders to
to dam :
9 are used In making mantles worn -i
River! men, who tried to get over the
by Maori chiefs., The kea parrot: Is a '4r...
(shoals in the past have already done bird! weighing five pounds and is sucha Ge ... J JJ r TUB PENSACOLA JOURNAL

1>0. pest In its native country that a reward ,
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Is offered by the ;government to \
The Pine. Belt News. published at !Induce( its extinction. The tcnatara liz ,_- ._ ,__ ''ORIGINAL "? ,.. ,
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Pensacola Florida.
SJrewton, Ala.. and one of the best ard, is_ about thirty! Inches long' and is I -I composed tybis pam mes If. tJtmntfr I ,
all around weekly newspapers fa that the only known survival of Its race Into Use-Say, CUmmlc. tte telHa tie truu yeas as got,.,G o cyraW t :..

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I CELEBRATION L'oki whIsky: FIGHTING THELITTLEIID A TRAINEDNURSE ::L






LIVES DEARER THAN OUR VERY OWN Bt B "MOTHER After Years of Experience Advises Women In
hvei dearer to than
How man us our wry own have been placed in needless
jeopardy liT failure to provide against and forestall the .
great suffering which too Regard to Their Health.
frequentlY accompanies and follow! the bearing of children
?
That we worid do I !
thlJlI; ithm our poer to obviate the possibility of such
aR)
an Mrs.
happening u Martha. Pohlman
to admit of question therefore LODGE"Pensacola iL
tao patent; ; -mark well this fact_ahkmTent, of 55 Chester Avenue, t $-

MOTHER'S FRIEND some men know Newark, N. J., who is a
graduate Isnrse from theBlockleyTrainmgschool

bT name, has Wn devised. hose function it is to! prepare; in :advane* the Qualityby.lnstlnd ,
roasclMardmsues intimately' associated with at
parturition.This Philadelphia and for
liniment is for external Lodge No. 3 is to Entertain Executive Committee of Pilots six
application. By iu use the parts are relaxed those who know good years Chief Clinic
and enabled to withstand not only the actual strain brought to bear thtm Xurse at the Philadelphia
,
dance at ouchement. but also to rally: from this ordeal and speedily rrlaft on! their Its Members and whiskey insistupon.hav- Association Now in Sessionin Hospital writes the letter
normAl! proportions and tomcity. It u not irritating to the most sensitive sur its printed? below. She has "4
faces. and is ap'p-lia.ble! to aU casel.! It's not enough to all it Mother' Friend- Brethren ing "old joe. enormous the advantage of personal
Monday
it's the friend of the whole family. $I.oo,all druggists. Book Motherhood"free Night. : popularity has been Washington.From experience, besides her

UlADFIELD REGULATOR OO. Atlanta : alone- professional education, .
Ga. won by quality
and what she has
-- "Mother the information which has to say 11/
-- The Lodge, of Knights of so
more than a million bottles far reached Pensacola from Wash may be absolutely relied jj / 4F
Pythias of Pensacola has arranged to I
must be Ington.the. fight against the Little- upon / A
good /
sold annually ,,
;
celebrate the fortj'second anniversary field pilotage bill is Many other women are
waxIng warm,
Ei\ i METHOD ,lof the order which occurs on Monday full measure-convenient package owiri? to the fact that the measure afflicted as she health TV as.in Theycan the '- -r.
regain -
LAUNDRY night, February 19, and a most enjoy. moderate price-sold everywhere I, been has passed recommended the committee favorably and by that has same ii ay. It is prudent '- _

able program for the Pjthians has I 1! bod}". to heed such! advice from AAtt ;

I. W. LAWRENCE. Proprletar.Vo 8 W..: Roman Sf. Phone 188. been arranged. "b & b" atlanta (President O'Brien, who has fought such Mrs. a Pohlman source. writes: / -.

Committees nave been appointed to] this measure for years is on the "I am firmly persuaded, -
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I--- -- I III arrange for the celebration, which is ground and is doing everything pos after eight; years of experience p -- t '
sible to gaIn a' victory for the pilots, with Lydia E. Pm&hami -
expected to be of the most
one
enjoy-
and is being ably as&sted by members Vegetable Compound that' It ,4
BLUFF SPRINGS] I I POWELTON LI II able events of the year In Pythian circles of congress who are opposing the an- M for the safest and best medicine .-
any suffering woman to
1 -
I and Is being looked_ forward to L- ti-pilotage measure use-. otman .
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I ,with much interest by the membersof ExecutiveCommittee Present. 4 Immediately after my e- -
soJicI Last night The- Journal receivedthe marriage I found that .
the order in Pensacola my -
Special to The Journal. Special'! to The journal. following special from Washington health' began to fail me. I became .
Buff: Springs, Feb 15.-Miss MuHla Po welton, Feb .15.-There was a The celebration is to occur in the which will be read with Interest, weak and pale with -
quiet Castle Hall on West In'endencia street severe bearing-down puns s, -
wedding the home of Rev. those
Parker entertained a large numiier especially by interested in this fearful backa. <'hes and frequent
Jim Tate last commencing at 8 o'clock and the mem- -
Sunday afternoon at 3
I port:
her friends last dizry spells. The doctors
ot night at a Val -
o'clock when Miss Ida Davis, of B!u- bers of the Mother Lodge.. as it is. "Washington Feb. 15. 1906. prescribed for me, yet I did -
xtnne party The invitations sent lab and known expect. that there will be a I -
Mr. Dan Henderson, of Mus "The Pensacola Journal, Penoacola. not improve. would bloat
tut ; naiLWAtnt I ha/1
.learn tied with ribbon. The interior officiating. "Tha executive committee of the --
down through; my limbs to I could bility, irritability nervousness sleeplessness -
RHEUMATISMWhen I pains _
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bar Pilots'
Welch National Association
ft the house! was beautifully decorat. have been comprising hardly walk. It wa as bad a case of female 1 melancholy "all tone" and _
to. the color scheme being red and ill for several days, but we hope they pains or irritation exist on ftsuotsai Out Kn Co. aiiss.HHU.AUL I the iwrts from Boston to Norfolk trouble as I have ever known. Lydia E. ""wantbeIeftalone" feelings.blues
will soon be able to get out agaIn. any part of the body, th, application ,-inclusiye has been in session Pinkham's Vegetable Compound however, and should ______
.r epn Among those present were: :Mr. of Ballard's the two cured me within four months. Sine that hopelessness they remember _
and Mrs. O.I. Mullms spent Snow Liniment gives: here for past days devising i there is one tried and true remedy.
time I have had occasion
to recommend it to
:3fl>s Florence Flllingim. Miss Alma Saturday relief. P.V.. Sullivan i plans! to defeat the Littlcfield bill.
night ,and Sunday here. .prompt Prop. a number of patients suffering from all Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
I>avi$. :Miss Bessie Taylor, Miss Ber- Master James Jennings, of Musco- Sullivan House, El Reno O. T., writes! The pilots are somewhat alarmed on forms of female difficulties, and I find that pound at once removes such troubles. _

Sir' Patrick, Miss Ponnie Davis, Miss gee, returned ,home Monday, after June 6, 1902 "I take pleasure in recommending .] U I3ULAH account of the New York legislature while it id considered unprofessional to recommend No other female medicine in the _
Ballard's I : resolutions endorsing the a patent medicine', I can honestly
:Jjeone Dick. Mrs. Gus Davis, Mrs spending several days with his grand Snow Liniment passing recommend Lydia E. Pmhham's Vegetable world has received such widespreadand
mother, Mrs J. H. Mullins. to all who are are afflicted with rheumatism bill, unqualified endorsement _
frewton: Mrs. Parker, Mrs. Dick and 'Miss Jessie Prayther and :Mr. It is the only remedy I' I President O'Brien is very ,active: in female Compound ills,where for I all have other found medicine that fails.it cures It The needless suifennpof women from _

the t'harning hostess Miss MuuellaTarKcr Black Pensacola, were visitors here have found that gives Immediate re behalf of ths interests of the pilots' u a grand medicine for sick women." diseases peculiar to their sex is terrible _
Mr.Knapp. Mr. J. D. Flllm Sunday. lie!," 25c, 50c and $1,00, Sold by all Special to TheJournal., i I as the exponents of the bill has a : cannot such I to see. The money which they pay to
Mrs. druggists. Beulah Feb. i5.-Cloud, raw and strong lobby here and a strong fightis Money buy testimony as doctors who do not help them is an
f,m Mr Wilks Mr Story. Mr 11 E. Maxey has be.en sick for the 'I this-merit alone can produce such re
disagreeable weather greeted us yesterday being made. I enormous waste. The pain is cured
past week but is
much
.nlIingim, Mr Joe McKibUin. Mr. knproved. suits and the ablest specialists now
morning and' also St. Valen- I and the money is saved by Lydia E.
aanaerbl1t Sanders. Mr. W. L. Fillinfm from Mrs. Robert Tompson is suffering The Town of Folk.A tine's day. If Cupid did much business -I FIVE PLANETARY ECLIPSES. agree that Lydia E. Pmkhams Vegetable Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ,
a colt. [ poet's
is
severe thought. concerning Missouri'snewest Compound the most universally -
: Mr. Earl Parker, Mr Brewton, Mrs. J. H. Mullins and daughter town, which bears the name of out of ''OOOrs! he had to put ( ian successful remedy for all female write It is Ides well Pinkham.for women who are ill to -

ilr DickIr., D Sanders Mr. Park Miss Lena vlsit d Muscogee fonda the governor] overcoat. Aitronomera Tell of Programme For diseases known to medicine. The Mrs. at Lynn, Mass.
There won't be The average piney woods horse is the Coming Year. present Pinkham is the
Mrs. Kate Wilson any grafter In the coming
and others. All enjoyed the occaf made a visit to When women are troubled with irregular daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham
the automobile
asI
not much stuck
town ofFolk on
'on greatlv ''Fen&acola this week. Five eclipses will be recorded during suppressed or painful periods her assistant for before her _
Nor boodlers hereinafter that shall; honest saw some or them take to the many years -
Mr Philippe of Mobile was hers Prof. and Mrt Tate spend Tuesday men provoke; 'woods yesterday when they met one the present year, three of the sun and weakness, displacement or ulcerationof decease, and for twenty.five years

rn business Tuesday night in Muscogee with their daughter There won't be any bribing of our weak- :on the hard road. There should be two of the moon according to the na the female organs that bearing- since her advice has been freely given '

:Mr J. W. Brswton.: of McDavid, Mrs Cary. I 1'nir fellow man law to running val observatory astronomers, says the down feeling, inflammation, backache to sick women. In her great experience -
,Miss Marje Mullins returned Wednesday .: Or Sunday booze imbibing that Is antI- i some compel persons flatulence debility -
;JPBS a pleasant caller here Tuesday tho red devils to act right or there Washington Post. The first will be a bloating! (or ) general which covers many years she
after spending several days Puritan. I indigestion and nervous prostration has probably had to deal with dozens _
\\"to are! glad to note that Miss Hat-- will killed teams total eclipse of the moon visible -
|'p Pntchett is ab'e to resume her with friends in Pensacola.! There won't bo any straying from the !be some one would by .I I throughout North America. i iI or lore beset with such symptoms of cases just like vours. Her advice _
duties Mrs R. H. Turner and a party from straight and 'running away. It ha dangerous as dizziness,f amtnees,lassitude,excita is strictly confidential. _
jdw>ol narrow way
for a lady driving to meet one I I The eclipse will begin at 10:54: o'clockon (
Mr John and Hoo Fillirgim: of Pensacola spent several days here at Nor any sun for haying with the devil
of them with hog the scat Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Sacceeds: Where Others FaIL
h 'h.it.i their summer home last week. day by day; i a upon the evening of Feb. 8, and by _
'Atmore ar re on a
Williams, Pensacola, There wont be any foray by the gangster: I I taking his, .share' or the road right 4:40: o'clock the next' morning It will
Mrs James pf '
debonair. out of the. middle as, they ,usually do.
last week. Woman lo\pa a clear rosy com have passed away. A partial eclipseof -
\:sited relatives here And there wont be with ****SMHaMDIAMONDS? .
any story ripe for I can f,generally 'keep up &
caller plexion. Burdock's Blood Bitters pur-- the sun, visible only near the south
Dr. D n, of Century, is a Lincoln Steftena ther in this community .
tpfft today tiles the blood, clears the skin restores events ,as and they pick happen up ,a few notes by pole, will be the feature of Feb. 22. ; WATCHES, JEWELRY $ -
ruddy, sound halth. Utopia! Utopia! How oft In -
Mr. Perry Dousclas visited his gone tap Another, partial eclipse of the sun *
smoke! the way except wben _a preacher CLOCKS PRECIOUS
STONES
Lome folks this week. will take place July-21, which will not BRONZSE _
What else were better hope o' you than "butts in" ana:: makes things hum, as
RADICAL STEP BY BAPTISTS. that' w name you Folk? I was the case last weekwhen one of _be seen In'the'Unlt.. d States. On Aug. STERLING SILVERWARE, |
HERBINE It always was the name o' you that made, I the!, ministers In attendance at the 4 will occur the second total eclipse of
tenders the bile more fluid and thus us all despair I I ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
,New York Cbarrh Inyi l-clps tne blood to.flow;, i it; afford. And handloappfnJ the fame o' you from I of : ilah8i fairest States _
*. .d to the omnenlon.T&bte. getting anywhere.' wedded one 3pi : western portion of the United GLASSWARE. $
prompt relief! from biliousness. tndJpstlon in thc sjiort of 6 .
Hope Baptist church at Broadwayand daughters all space just before sunrise. The moon will
.il"k and nervous headaches, We'll recreate' the kernel of the thought
One Hundred and Fourth street : days.' again be partly eclipsed on the 19th of t -
and o\pr indulgence in food and drink. you handed down i Mrs. Joel Malone has gone to Bald
t. L Cal\ Engraving
Feb. 20 in which the membersof model town! will be witnessed only by inhabitants Stationery. : ,
a8 I'M)1)?' "I 1 was sick for over two on Mrs Johnson, and other relatives 1 .
:ari wih enlargement of the liver] the West End Presbyterian church There r.form'Won't-r be there.any mission for the bold The friends of Mr A. H. Bailey of the northern regions. ; -_ '=

end splw i The doctors' did me no and those of Grace Methodist Episcopal And life will be Elysian and the people will be."', leased to learn that he is :
rood, and '! had Kin up all hope of, church will Join, says a New- York on the square. getting ,along better with a good Why Carnegie Want an Orchestra. It' Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

being. ; tui-t*, when my druggist advised -i I dispatch to the Philadelphia Ledger -Clark McAdams In St. Louis rost-Dls. chance for speedy "recover from a Andrew Carnegie. 'who was recentlysaid ei = -

me to oe Hcrbine It has made I This will be the moat radical step patch. severe attack of pneumonia.. He has to have music played to him In CE

me sound: and well} 50c.; Sold by all ever taken by a Baptist chOTch In the been confined to his bed for about 10 the morning to. awaken him, now intends -

druggists United State At the commencementof days His brother and father are to have a private orchestra of i O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i if
look after things ana
both to
the service the officers of the three present his own says the New York Tribune.This .
churches will march: down the main FOR SALEBeach assist Mrs. Bailey in taking care of plan be has been cherishing for MOBILE, ALA. ::

Electrical For aisle. him.Mr. some time, but he now Is reported to "iro*# 3M****** .H" H" *"i'H" H
Displays I Haven the coming suburb of Thos. Barrineau and family

Mardi Gras. I! RCT Mrs." Richard Hartley Hartley wife of, the recently pastor con.the Pensacola be made this Extensive year street improvementsto car line ware Snowden the last guests Sunday.of Mr. and Mrs Jan he have wag taken made steps a doctor to carry of it music out. by When the ...................................... ................


firmed the report that a union service guaranteed in the near future $35.1)0) iMr J. J. Benson'who has been Grand Conservatory of Music of this

Let ,05 imt! in your electrical display I was to be held for beautiful waterfront lots' This making her brother' Walter Bowmanand city sonic time ago he wrote to Its I MARION CURRY & CO. I

for :ni ('rtrm\al, We can do it better "Never in tbe history of the Baptist price for a short time only. For fur. wife 'a short visit has returnedto president of his desire to have an or- I i

chpapfr anti quicker than any church have I known of a union communion ther particulars call on or write ,toPE Pensacola, where she will remaina chestra. "Music," he said "becomesto ,

other) firm. NothIng too lar too:I service with other denomina \COLV INVESTMENT 'CO few da)'g and then go to Atlanta me more and more Necessary every

,mall for us Ring phono 570 e or or 674 tions." laid' Mrs Hartley. "The three where her husband is employed and yeaf of my life. We have a fine musician I! 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, i r
which will be their future home.
end our representative will call on churches have been holding prayer at Sklbo during our stay. He .

"OtL 1 meetings together for some time. and It ESCAMBIA OYSTER DEPOT. Pensacola Mr. and visitors Mrs Noah Wednesday Butler were plays" the organ for us in the morningand : PENSACOLA, FLORIDAWHOLESALED / :

is now our intention to do something gives piano recitals at night. I
Mr. John Wilson after spending a
Pensacola Electrical Co. new. It is simply to promote the Phone 1210. few days at home has returned to his hope to have something of a small or- i i
the three chestra and by. The king of Ba-
growth of fellowship among Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Es am. work at the county convict camp, accompanied by
205 S. Baylen. churches." bia Oysters at reasonable prices. by his son Crockett who I varia had one, and most people thoughthim
Unlike the Presbyterian and Metho learn has secured employment) there. ,a, fool in, consequence. I see almost
Grain and Feed !it
Stuffs
c __ __ has returned of life much greater I Hay
dist churches the Baptist wnominadon C. Tabarras &Co.COFFEE )Mrs A. Steagall just every day my I
Falco where she has been ia
has no governing body,"eacS! church be- from Ala. fools than he who spend money ,

ing thoroughly Independent It has .,----- visiting for the last two months. ;ways much less'commendable.."

been the role In Baptist churches here- Mr. James Snowoen has moved In Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. t
to th new house built for him at -- - -- -
iiDT1 tofore not to invite to the communion the convict camp. | Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. 1 .
not been baptized by
who have
persons Methodists and Presbyterians Married: In Pensacola last Friday, $25 REWARD : Trial 1 Order Solicited. Write for Prices.! T
Immersion. '
Feb. 9th; Miss Fannie Wilson daugn '
accordingly were not welcome. ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson of : Telephone 208. P. O. Box 661. tt 5;

WHICHSUCCEED We are the Pioneer Beulah' to Rev. Netherlands of Ala ...***..**.*..+.+.*.*+..**.****.*.+. *.............t '
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"Grandmother Tea*" New Idea. Coffee Roasters of bama. The happy couple returned -
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Beulah and Ware entertained at the
Women who have reached the age West FlorIda.McHUGH'S pleasant! : home of Mr. and Mrs. A. -
when they are not giving any more received the
J, Garrett where they
birthday parties have found a way at congratulations of their many friends Again Under the

last of rivaling the debutantes In attracting They were delightfully serenaded by LEWIS HOUSE Management of
attention, ayg the New York BLENDShave Beulah's horn and cow skin band who

Press. No longer trying to look younger rendered a few numbers of th ;lr wild, Mrs. Helen Lewis

than the bUds, the elderly matrons weird', nerve racking music and then

When You Buy, of Brookline that "exclusive" suburb no equal. A trial bid them good night. New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated

Get the Best. of Boston are giving a series of will convince the Especially Convenient for Transient Trade.
"grandmothers' teas" The guests at con- There's nothing so good: for a sore frI

Ii's the Cheapest in the End. these affairs must be grandmothers to relate noisseur that we throat Cures it as in Dr.a Thomas'few hours.Eclectric Relievesany OiL OPPOSITE: UNION DEPOT, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.. r

and every one must come'primoo I.
the wonderful doings of her grand- make o extravagant pain in any part. .

children. At every woman's grandchildren and- claims. The Faitett teasel In the World 1 .....................................................

Landreth'sNew are always the sweetest doubtless will During the, past year the British WARRANT.for the arrest of this wo :

I brightest be much on friction earth and there more fiction at Wholesale and RetailGROCERS navy has been augmented by eight remarkable man.weighs She 133; is pounds about, thick 26 years, dark of hair age,!

these afternoon gatherings. The women vessels known as fleet scouts high forehead brown eyes, five feet I I Heat and Light \
dressed like which have practically the speed or I
are supposed.to,to come high, wears No 6 shoes upper teeth
l1, the grandmothers that fancy loves to torpedo destroyers, bnt have sufficient gold filLed! and one crowned tooth She

Crop I paint The fashionable grandmothersabout length and coal capacity to go consid- has long fingers with rounJ nails.

the Hub who have promised to and all kinds ,of Feed erable distances ,and not only !gain Information Plump of figure and: fairly pretty. Her :

I atteni are much amused.the Idea. but prey ,upon an enemy's!!, maiden name was Thompson, which : The question of heat and light concerns every one. :
Stuffs.Pluto merchant shipping, says Harper's name she has possibly assumed.. I. The old way of wood and coal for heat, with their duet li -

Just Received. Tecapered Gold. Weekly. Tbe Attentive, the latest of Wire sheriff at DeFunlak Springs, : and ditt, has, given away largely to gas for beating and :

gold the these scouts wir n recently tested Florlda: $25,CO reward for the chill .. cooking. Gas lor lighting produces a soft yet bright .
The secret of how to give Dougla This woman light that is not'tiresome: to tie eyes.Vlll be glad to
to have made a record of 25.88 knots on a sustained Fisher Monroe : : -
of flae steel U reported Water Kidnapped him from' answer Inquiry regarding for beating or lIght
temper AngeJE'S where .. run of six and a half boors.during -;, Florence Wood.; anr gas .
at Loa the night of Septem-l .
been d1Rc0V1' Fre port,-Fla. on in, < :
which speed of :!
gold maximum EP,4
tempered a: .
set of I The child is 6 years old.i -
the first complete i ber 6th 1905, I II .
knots this being reached
instruments is beln. manufaetared. was reached fair skin, liftht hair has upper fore: .
W. A. D'Alemberte.Druggist surgical Wholesale and Retail.., on the last hour of the trial trip. If destroyers -I rotted off very plump, weight .
teeth
and high speed launches are bright child. :
: about 50 'pounds: very
and Apothecari New Orleans Grocery.Co. excepted this probably makes the Attentive i Expenses paid both ways deliveringchild | Pensacola Gas Company : .

Doan's Reg'uletscure constipation the fastest vessel In the world [ to DeFunlak Springs Fla. in addition ;
Telephone 109. stimulate the liver, promote and the representative of a type which the $23; reward :
I to
the stomach appetite and easy Jas. McHugh the H A DOUGLAS. Phone 148. '24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
and soon beyond British
'l 121 digestion may, spread \
South Pilalu street. druggist I of the tl
bowels. Ask):our I Father chllJ. j
I passages for ;them.of the..> cents a' box. Phone 1O5. Proprietor. tavy. DeFuniak Springs Fla I:......... .......................................; -




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I II AFFAIR FOR BENEFIT OF THE Arrivals :! Bonifay Special Feb.to 15.-Born The JournaL To L. D.i OF PUTTING YOUR
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Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come' and CHURCH A GREAT UCCESSI Manning and wife, a daughter. Th*

< mother is doing well.

Tarry
H. E. Hickman from West-
I CELEBRATED GOODS. ,viIlf>. is visiting relatives here. SHOES, WE DO
By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. Special to The JournaLNorth
Chwnuckla, Feb. 15.- our Mrs. Pelt from Chipley, anal )little THINK YOU SHOULDSEE

.n._.______ :: -s.-: n nn_ ___ ___ .__ ___._n.__ ____n_ n__ ____ _._ __ ___ correspondent attended a basket social EXTRA FANCY. daughter, are visiting Mrs. Leonard.
Mr. Parker representing. G. Bush OUR SHOES
last at the parsonage j -THE
Friday night
& Co., of Mobile Ala. in town
of was
MISS STOKES GAVE In benefit
Nora, given for'the Fard .. ..35c
Dates (stuffed) jars. Tuesday. !
VALENTIE PARTY.
:\I1&f Katie Stoke3 entertained the I 7// Journal's Datiy Fashion Feature the the net church. 1*" was amounting quite a to success about, Breakfast Bacon. Lib. jars..' ..30c C. M. Cox and wife left on the,mail'! Famous

ladies of the Pleasure Club and their proceeds Breakfast Bacon V Ih. jars.. .. ..15cChlpp I train Tuesday night for New Orleans.
the .ountladies '
t.corts Wednesday nfght with 011! 130. It was gotten up by of Nora's) *>4 Beef 1 lb. jars. .. ...30c! .Mr, D. I.. Harrell from out in the

Valentine card party that was very 1 4. ..__ J' and conducted by two daughters, Chipped Beef, % lb. jars. .. ...13o.: \ northern part of this county was in
interesting. fairest and most popular ;. Peanut Butter. (jars.. .; .. .. .lOc 1 town yesterday. Regent ShoesBEFORE
?. The decorations were hearts and I V Miss Ola_ McCaskill as auctioneer McCaskill an-lj t }:. R. Sprague of OeFnniak Springs,
her cousin Miss Mantle
F valentines in the hall, parlor, and in con'rat.ulate was' in town yesterday
the dining room where fruits. candies treasurer. \Ve, most heartily Dr. Hender on from out In the DOING I IT
.:. z cake ana1 wine were aerved.i s the )oung ladies for the dep Interest ROSENAU & GERElD.Tlie country wa in town yesterday
and YOUR FEET
Miss Minnie Pendelton capturedthe manifested in the cause, James Miller is having nice two WILL BE

Mrs Jack Bran. for the successful manner in whica story house bu lt. .
lone hand priza. AT HOME THE
don. who won nine games out of ten, : the affair was conducted. The baskets -1 Fancy Grocers, J. D. Crews of Westvelle was in, : MOMENT -

and Mr Elliot won the ace prizes; were most beautifully decorated Phone 391. Pensaco'a.Nick' town yesterday.Our THEY GET IN
Mrs. John Massey and Mr. WarfielU with crepes paper and ribbons and I! popular depot agent :Mr. Tucker -
securing; tiv? boobies. each one contained a da'nty bouquet, is off on a visit to his home. SIDE THE SHOES ANDTHEY'RE

-. Miss Stokes scored, the card bo- whch; was pinned on the lapel of thebuyers 'Buffet and The farmers are hauling fertilizer
fng hearts. the lone hands bing i.; coat by: the fair damsel who s' from town. EXTRA GOOD

narked with tiny arrows. owned the basket which he purchased. C. C. Brock formerly! a merchant of VALUE FOR

Those playing were; :Mr. and Mrs. : Among those present were Mr. ,and Restaurant this place came in Wednesday. from YOUR
:Daniel Jones, Mr and :Mrs. Jack 1't'JAi2( :Mrs.: Carl Williamson and Mr. R. I. Pensacola.: 'MONEY-$3.50.
Jlrandon. Mr. and Mrs. A. Payne Bryant of Jay, ,and Mr. Walter Jernl- Lafayett Cawthon and wif came
!Mr. and Mrs. C. RUJ'rtfr.. and gan and others of Cora. Chumuckla is the only place of Its la Wednsisday from DeFuniak

airs,, James White. :Mr. and Mrs. was represented by Misses Ada Darts kind in Pensacola;; in tact Springs on a visit to. her daughter..
&John. 3fasy, Mr. a.ndf: ; P. E.Commyn and Ora Sarell. Messrs. Coffee "Mc- it I It

', :Mr ana1 Mrs. P.'. A. Dun- Arthur, Miller McDavii: and your correspondent II
21amIr., and Mrs Sidney Greenwood. Century was" represent'ed A Pride to Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. H. 0. ANSON
Mr. Elliot and ;Miss :Minnie by N. B. McCaskill and Mr. Mayo. Foley &: Co.. Chicago, originated
tPendelton, :\t r. Owens" and Mrs.t John ? Nearly all the residents of Nora were Honey and Tar as a Throat and LU:1J\\ ,
,
:3Iurrich. Mr. Warfield and Miss Mary / present including HOB E. V. McCas Pensacola.Larger. remedy, and"on account of the great t, CASH CLOTHIER,

Jlaloney.HOWARD. kill and family. Mr E. A. McCaskill merit and popularity of Folay's Honey -

; --..- \.se i and tamil and a great; many others cities cannot and Tar many Immitations are of-! Corner Palafci! and Main.
AND CHARLES uI7I I feted for similar sounding names. Beware
: too' numerous to mention Evsrybody boast of a better equipped: .
ENTERTAIN A SCORE. occasion. We of them. The genuine Foley's I -
\\ seemed to enjoy the place. The service is the -'
: Masters Howard and Charlie are going to ask the young ladies to best that can bs had. Honey and Tar is In a yellow pack
Mayes entertained twenty of their give another basket social to help age. Ask for it ani refuse any sub-
little friends and neighbors with a stitute. It Is the best' remedy for 'Watch
raise funds to build a steel bridga Nick For Expert Repairing and
:Valentine part Wednesday afternoon tAk v'ii; across Escambia river. Apostle, Propt'rhustlers coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alemberte,
'
that mad the air musical withchildish Mrs. W, R. Flowers of Dothan.Ala., druggist and apothecary. Engraving, go to
...
happiness from three o'clock .
is uncle and Mr. ------
the 'gUE'&t of her aunt.
till. six. and Mrs. H. C. McDavld Mrs. FJow- in tnat business now who ---- MISS! 'EDITH ROOT. J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler,
Miss Elizabeth Wilson
t Little maa'eafetching .
1-\ ,.e ers is looking; well, and we are glad to will push ,things to the front. I am -'
I little postman who deliverec4y South
213 Palafox Street.
hare her with us intelligently informed that they: will[ Daughter of Secretary!! Stale I. a
valentine to each child present.
Ice cream, little cakes, and home I 1/r ( 'Mr. and Mrs. Face of Pensacola. do quite an extensive loggltig business Popular GirL The Latest Designs in Watches
mad short visit to Chumnckla and in Sftnta Rosa
little
mad candies were abundantly Eerv- a a later on. With the return of Elihu Root to
7' od. but the feature of the delightful V\ Panona last week.' "Mr. Pace Is al Our friend O. K. Bowman. the wide Washington 'ag bead -of the state department and Jewelry.

I luncheon which the youngsters most member of the Pace Turpentine Co., of, awake livery stable, man, Is doing Miss Edith has resumed her
Chumuckla. and is connected with welL In fact everybody seems to be
enjoyed was the "Jelly bread houses" place as a popular member of the cab-
several naval stores concerns in Florida making' money and having a good
which both in
r tt werp tempting: appear inet set. Miss Boot is! twenty-six, tall
,| and delicious reaJi Alabama and Georgia. time.
| ance in atlon.
1 and slender
r -+- -1 1I Mr.. D. M. McDavid returned home ''Mr. Amos Sharitt, the L. &: N, agent, with dark eyes and a dark
,; SIXTH BIRTHDAY Saturday from Milton, where he has seems to t e kept pretty busy. He :Js complexion. and her face and figure

; VALENTINE PARTY. been for several days looking after a Jolly, good fellow and strictly busi

t Little Inez fteira gave a Valentine ': \ .. business Interests.Mr. ness. He is very popular with every ,
party on Wednesday in honor of her ; tTh f ff.LJ W. A. McDavld. of Century, body. r f I'

U fcixth brithda)'. .(Camp 10)) made a short visit_ ,over
The fining room was decorated tn : in Santa Rosa last week on business
PENSACOLA EAGLES WILL ,rjcsTb'
ferns and red hearts. Those present for the AI er-Sulivan people.Mr. I
,ji 0 sTe. Lillian White, Marie WaIter D. A. McDavld returned home HAVE 23 CANDIDATES SUNDAYThe AND
Eunice Preston'; Neta and Genevieve A SMART SEPARATE COAT FOR SPRING.In from New Orleans last week where

,Hilda Villar Gladys Stearns, Mamie and spite' of the general. use of the coat illustrated has much to do with he has been during the past six I E.-, will Ponsacola meet Sunday'night Acne No. 1293 at, F.'7:30 O. Pug.ES.- --
Dicker Virginia
ift and Laura :wex ks.
i-l Jlerrltt. Eamestine and Hattie Jude- two and three piece suits, the separate its popularity.! The cffecthe dart i .', o'clock February 18, in K. of P. hall. -
.Mr. R. I. Denmark of Wallace, and
sine, Sarah Humphres. Lousie Wolf coat, somewhat severely tailored. reaches up to the little breast pockets Miss Eva McArthur of onr town, were I There 'will be- 23 candidates for inl- .
,
Florence Bobe, l.. lia and Steffia is affected by many smart dressers. It form on either a hip side piece.; and Pocket curves down to pleasant callers at Mr. H. C. McDav- tiation, and a full attendance is re
flaps arearranked .
Hallmark and Blanche and Inez is used ; the id's Sunday aft rrioon. quested.,
as spring with
a
wrap on this hip piece also. The
Reira.EXCELSIORS. C. M. CO3TON -
,
shirt waist suit of voilet or silk or edges of the coat are bound with )Ir. :Milton Watson was over at Mc .
I a M. B. FRANK Worthy Pre .
!!
henrietta. It is usually fashioned of silk braid a revival of an old fash. David Saturday on business and also .
MET WITH Acting Worthy Secretary EVERY DOUBT SQUEEZED OUTIf
some one or other of the water-proof ioned that adds an air of distinctionto made a flying trip to Miltoa.Monday: .
MRS. D. HALE 'our'pun'has of chemicals -
WILS:> drugs,
N.
s /;
cloths. Miss Nina, the little of
The clever cut of the little the garment. daughter
Tho ladies of the Excelsior Flinch.I Mr. and Mrs. H., ,C. McDavid. spent A DEMOCRATIC COUNTESS. proprietary remed'es.! toilet art'}-

who postponed their regular meeting Saturday and Sunday with her sister ,I cles, prescriptions on your doctors

irom wednesday on account of the,I lowed the euchre. The meeting next 'large number of guests enjoyed the Clinnle: at McDavld. Ladr'WlU'Wlek, Who Helped Elect a order are made here there's nea \>-

-\Jsit, met of Mrs.\ Stroud and Mrs. Barnett -!' Tuesday will be with :Mrs. Solomonat I pleasant program contributed ,by local Your correspondent spent .the afternoon -I Socialist to Parliament. doubt of first qualitj never a dou.das ,
yesterdaywith Mrs. D. Hale to your getting the exact am "-"
Wilson. Fisherville. talent, and Mrs. Barnett kindly over at .McDavid a few days ago Englishwomen do not possess the .
Mrs. R. favored the company with two rad- and not until then did I know that Mr. I right of franchise but for many years you want never a doubt as to our reliability
P. Reese Mrs. J. 0. Jennings Mr. Hutcn Cawthon of DeFoniakarrived I ings that were highly appreciated A. W. Br wton had been re-appointed accuracy and care, jet there
it baa been
and customary for wives of candidates -
Miss Lois Houlette, were last night and is the guest of and enthusiastically applauded. deputy sheriff. I most heartily never a doubt] to the fairness of h-
congratulate -
the special guests. Mr. and "Mrs. H. J. Bennett 1603 I for parliament to appear with price w make. Should! be no Ioui) "
Mr.
Brewton his
The hostess served a delightful Ninth avenue during the Universalist R?v. Ada C. Bowles of Boston,, ment and comDl-'crent! on Sheriff applont-Van i them on public platforms during campaigns as .to the wisdom: of dealing with u,
ealad .
course during the social hour conference to which ho is a a'sle-Mass. is in I encouraging them by their presence
following the attendance at the con Pelt on his 'good selection and souni,
game. and sometimes addressing meetIngs HOOTON'S PHARMACY
gate. ference of the.Universalist church In i judgment Mr. Brewton served I ,
The next meeting will be with many themselves. Ladies of
which denomination high degree
promin.
ilrs. Gray. she is: a 5 ears In that capacity under Sheriff The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery
The regular! Wednesday night ent preacher and noted missionary Smith and has hare not hesitated to appear in publicIn
made some wonderful RoO PHONE 1100.
KIM EDITH :
4 euchre and dance at the Progress J:Mrs. Bowles is this fashion number
Mrs. F. M. Williams the guest of Mr. and t arrests. He is a cool-headed, brave but an unusual
the members of the New entertained Club ,was very enjoyable. Miss Nel Mrs. A. C. Binkl- y on Ninth avenue, officer and a good citizen. I of women, several of them of American give evidence of abounding health.

" ('jub. and their husbands City Tuesday Flinch Levy cut won glas.9 the bowl.handsome euchre prizea cola.East Hill during her stay In Pensa My told friend, Frank Saunders Is|I birth have been prominent In the cam- Though fond of society she has a greater

n'gbt.' at her pleasant home on Four + another member of Sheriff Van Pelt's)i iiaign In progress recently, and the liking for outdoor sports, especially

tenth .street. After a series of In. Messrs. Frank and Osgood Williams llrs.Iannlng of DeFunlak, Fla., corps that can always be relied upon horseback riding and golf., She ridesa
teresting games, delightful sand who have been sick at school will arrive to-night and will be the In the very darkest hour of trouble. good deal on horseback with her distinguished -

'wiches, cakes, gelatine and chocolate In :Maryville, Tenn.. have arrived at guest of Mrs. H. J. Bennett on ".Ninth The Bowman Mercantile'Co, and father. Tier mother was recently -
'were serve'. home. As they have lost so much avenue during the conference of the M. L. Hall, tae two J leading business relating bow she marked the Fox RiverClover

time this term they will not re-enter Universalists. houses in McDavid are both doing a family linen. The first name'of every
Mrs.
: Lizzie Rosenau entertained school till the opening of the spring first class business, both places were member of the family begins with "E."
the Married Ladies Tuesday Afternoon term next month. Mr. and : crowded the afternoon I was there. p.
Mrs. Oscar Henrickson of The secretary has a big "R," on his
Euchre
on Wednesday The B. F. Jernigan Mill
the reg 410 East Intendencia Co. Is having
street
ular are rejoicing linen; Elihu Root. Jr.. has "E. R.
meeting being postponed till A son arrived yesterday at the over a fine son who arrived some work done on the mill and
his
then. Mrs. Alfred Moog won the home of Mr. ana1 Mrs.J.. II. Jones in Thursday 'morning weighing! twelve will soon start up. There are somo marked on ; Edward, the second
first prize a cut glass nappy, Mrs. Goulding. pounds. the'same, butte German type, Hill
Bernard Solomon the second a pretty while Miss Edith has hers marked

Jiandkerchief, and the guest prize another The reception given Wednesday I I Miss Sjlva and Miss Myrtle Warren with "R.," surrounded with a wreath. I

3>y :Miss pretty Meta handkerchief Rosenau was won night' at the Gadsden :M. E. parsonage of DeFuniak, who are delegatesto Carnival CostumesWILL II
of
Louisville ---I
:Mrs. Barnettof
to Mrs. Stroud and the Universalist conference In this
A delightful two course luncheon fol- Alabama was most e jO 'able. The I city are guests of Mrs. C. T. Credille BE FOR RENT BETTER THAN' PIE I

: during their stay.It .
-...";" :'" - Fancy Dress for Ladies and Gens, Not Only the New Food But the Good
T>y' ,..............................................: Wife, Well.
was Rev. J. W. Senterfit of the In Velvet,, Cambric, etc. as Butter

Baptist church who officiated at the also When" they brought the new food, ,


1 i GET BUSY I I I.t ter wedding Roberts as stated and ofI1ss not la the Rev.Everitt,account G. W.and Carp Thurs Mr.n.i,: Comical False Moustaches Masks, Stockings and Hair, Goods Glove, 'better Grape-Nuts sampled than plo Into!" first the When house and it said th brought"It's husband -


'- day. I atVrs. I back the glow of health to tire wife's,

.t :: YOU CATCH THE COUXTES3 OF WARWICK. cheeks, his admiration, for it, and 1 THE BIRD, : Be critical in the selection of !!
- ; your i Nordstrom's Millinery, was increased so. she says, and t?* 35c lb.Our
: Extract. Ask for strange spectacle has been presentedOf I I
WE'LL FEATHER THE NEST. :1 jour grocer Bluei rest of her story follows! ; J .
I Ribbon Vanilla. Absolutely pure. Goes No. 11 E. Intendencia sif one of the best known Ierese 8 in .-
i: i YOU MARRY THE GIRL, : twice as far.UNIVERSALIST. Great Britain "From childhood! I was trouble .
hand j
taking a in the elec-l with constant and often acute indies-'
M : WE'LL DO THE REST. : I i lion'of a labor member of parliament I: tion. anj when my baby was born It]

+ CONFERENCETO and addressing dock workers as "com- turned out that he had inherited the!

- I We carry a full line of the best and most stylish i ii BE HELD TONIGHTThe rades and friends." This woman Is i awful ailment. butter Is always fresh

5 Furniture Carpets and Stoves in the city and the happy Universalist- Conference off j if Hot IiI Lady Warwick counters.", known She Is a as Socialist"the democratic and- j "A friend told me' of' Grape-Nuts; coming in special ref,.!--

,
: j and, I invested in a box: and bgan tol( crated shipments and
swain can furnish a home handsomely for his bride by : Florida will meet in the Universalist j thinks pothing of climbing into a dirty i eat according to directions. It was being kept In a specially
I church on Chasa street t -night at I II I
i; our BuyNowPayLaterxPlan.Bedroom 7:30 o'clock. The following) ministers potato cart In a dainty Parisian costume -| after only a fev.da's..that I found t I constructed refrigeratorAnd
:1 will take part: Rev. Ada C. Bowles I''I,I Biscuits and making a harangue for the my long abused stomach was grow'n! you know what the

: : Suites S20 and up. : of Gloucester Mass., and Dr. Q. H. I election! of a brother Socialist to the I stronger and that the attacks of indi-t Fox River Brand is.
+ ,' house of commons. In 18S1 she married j> jrestion were growing less frequent!
Shinn '
of Boston. sessions'will
I Chairs 75 and :I' Business '
:: cents up. ; be to-morrow at 10 a. m. and 2:30 Doughnuts Lord Brooke, who became Earl of i and in an Incredibly short time they;

; 4, Sideboards 515 to S65.J :i P. m. Warwick the death of his father In : ceased altogether. With my perfect

Window Shades. 50c' and LOO. 1893. As Lady Brooke she formed one t! digestion restored came :strong nerve.:
' I CARD OF THANKS. of the famous card party at Tranby (l clear active brain the glow of health J
CoffeeEVERY to my: cheeks anj: I know I was better -
: Croft which resulted in the baccarat a
The t
family of the late IRon N.
MARSTON & QUINA II t i Fish take this method of thankIng:!' i ii[ trial at which King Edward then i j' wife and mother' and nora agre,I
i' able to live with under the new con-
+ I 1i j the members of the I. O.O. F. and the Prince of Wales figured as a witness. ,. "
other friends whose assistance and: ,f She was considered a great beauty ditions.

i | 108/110 S, Palafox St Phone 148. Pensacola: Fla. :1 I kindness was so generously extended: ]i MORNING t tAT young woman'nnd Is still graceful as and a I' months"When old the be boy developed'came' such to lr* 10:: Sol Cahn & Go.I .

j at the time of hIs sickness and death. handsome, though she has I'.i an ap- 1
:.............................................. .: THE FAMILY. 5 O'CLOCK. I I'I enodgh be a son old petite (his dyspepsia disappeared with
to
winning fame
! II I i 'I as a war *!mine) that his mother's milk was not,
-- -I I SO FINE THEY JUST correspondent. She was a leader in I i I i sufficient for iim He rejected all I .

Lunch for 25 Cents. ,' I gayeties In younger days but soon j 1 I baby foods, however, till! I tried: Grape "** Pj", Food Stare, I
I I Do not take :your lunch 1o Chautau-:; MELT IN YOUR MOUTH grew weary of frivolities has long de-i[ Nuts food. at husband's une>stlon.1)
Mardi Gras Supplies :i qua. You can 'get a hot supper or!'"'I !I II voted herself-to all kinds of good works The :youngster took to it at once and I I J

dinner for 25 cents at the Presbyter-j I, I and. for: several years past has been a"has eaten it daily ever since, thriving:
Ian Tent, opposite Tabernacle. J!I member of the Social Democratic fed- j wonderfully on It. He now demands l' Southwest Corner Palates ash Inteniencii: :

:We are headquarters for Mardi Gras supplies, such as eration. She has now converted the it at every .meal.and was- much putt!

.Wigs Masks Confetti, Canes etc. Come and see us. Drill Call. Kitchen Cafe Ear of Warwick to Socialistic dews. i out when be dined at a hotel a few]

The Sisters of Naomi Rebekah I Kandy She 11 an excellent talker, and her effort I i days ago< because the wa'tress' could Phones ITS
C1oe's EJook "tore.Ph" Lodge are requested to meet at Odd his order I
j had much to do with 'the recent I not fill for Grape-Nuts.
;. ... (Fellows' Hall this evening at 8 o'clock 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 I Name given by Postum Co, Battle
235. 213 South Paftfev SfM f. P mm l election to the house.of commons of a
sharp for-drill In the Beautiful work.
j
Creek Mich .
'J. D. PDLLIAM. Capt. I I LA Socialist.named Thorne. i"1. There's a reason. 1____ -



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THAT TIRED FEELING YOU CAN MAKE NORTH;\HilLBARGAIN I


,... =
= HOOTON
100 PER CENTby & WATSON -

WHICH COMES : Successors to Thos. C. Watson Cx
OVER YOU :
--
investing dn
...- lots on East Hill I .
have a large number which can bo leading Real -
T WHEN SEARCHING had on terms that you will never miss. $2750,00 Estate, Rental and Insurance Igency
FOR
A HOME YOU CAN CALL 11.00 casi and 50 cents per week.,
: YOUR OWN, CAN BE ALTOGETHER These lots $50.00.
SULTING Us.. .DONE. BY CON. I 5 lots with improvements one block: List of Desirable Property for Sale. .

.... $2250.00 of car line. The cottage now upon It
will buy rents for J150 per year. You should A desirable piece of property on Palafox street; a splendid -

WE WILL SAVE YOU beautiful a location block near for Stoddart's. A investigate this if .you want to makea investment; must go at once.,. .$10,000.00
borne
a Seven
excellent and an profit .of several hundred dollars. a dwellings and a dwelling and store building with very
bargain. Only offered for a ': .. .. near halt a 'block
few days. If necessary we will loan $2000:! uponit of ground. situated on a very desirable corner

$900.00 5 4 at 7 per cent. near business district; a splendid investment.. .. .. .. ..$6300.00 I
i1MEANDMONEY room dtvelin! .
\ery desirable quarter of block_on North Hill, convenient to -
$150000 modern 5. room dwelling, READING OUR LISTof street car line. .$5600.00 t
East Hill.J15DO.OO. $4250.00Gets
One
of the most desirable building lots on North" lUll. frontingsouth -
AND GIVE YOU TIPS ON REAL' ESTATE THAT WILL ( ) property renting $!16OO properties on our books Is like the near car line on corner 100 by 150. for a few days $3700.00
BE per year.LESLIE. 2 stores and 2 dwellings on l beginning of of
MONEY IN YOUR POCKET. MAKE splendid one Washington's cam Desirable two story new dwelling on corner with four lots on
ARRANGE. renting for paigns. He looked North'
I.1ENTS business corner. $684 over the map Hill
TO BUY A .$3700.00 -
CAN START HOME, AND DO IT NOW. WE E. annually.L'st from it decided what place he wanted, Two story dwelling; with large lot on West Gregory; street; ,
YOU RIGHT. BROOKSREAL your property with us for sale. and then set out to capture,it. I good: neighborhood.$3250.00

We have several thousand. dollarsto YOU CAN DO BETTER. Comfortable one story dwelling! on iDeV1l11ers street near

ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD loan on real estate. Read our list! pick dntHhe :place you Garden street with large ...$3250.03

Pensacola Investment want, and then come here and get it I Tnty-five lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets, splendid -

Company RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY L. S. BROWN & CO. without any trouble. 'Prices. 'and Investment for a few days .$3275.00 -

4. terms will not bother you-If -you act; The north half of block 67. New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137

H. a'4LEM0EKrr City Manager. LOANED. Theisen Building. under our advice.McDavidHyer. feet six Inches each; one block from electric car line, and on ;
I
Havana .
K. H. KNOWLK, President ....$2000.00
R. j. SIMPSON 204% S. Palafox St. FIsher: ------- --- ---- Two
Secretary. Building. story No.
J. E. STILLMAN V.-Fre. Company J dwelling at 1005 North Davis street with large
and Gen. ,
Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. lot.-.. .$2000.00Six
Kael Estate Loans ROom :- WHY NOT HAVE HOME : Agents New York room, story and a half dwelling with two acres of ground '
Ceneral Board
Investments. I_ and Life Insurance Company. I In western suburbs.' ? .. ..$1200.00

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola OF YOUR OWN.Here's 8 E. Gov&rnment Street. Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street. 80 by 132
Florida.Moyer's FOR
REX'i-One large and nicely furnished _Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. feet six inches fronting south, convenient to( car lIne........$ 575.00
t loom for rent. Apply 309 W. Two story dwelling on East DeLeon street with large lot..$ 850.00
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Romana --- --
St. IGfeblw Your Comfortable one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620 ,

.. -- THREE FURNISHED ROO.lSfc Opportunity For Sale. North Coyle street..s 800.00 -

run. Mutable for light $1200!) biiis a fiveroom cottage, hath Two cottages on West! Zarragossa. street splendid renting prop-

Grocery Store and Meat MarketCorner : ing. AlI] ;' ;))01Y.. Chase.iiousekeej lafeb and hall! on East Hill;_ $400 cash. A HORSES AND lIULESlclil'an &} erty. .. .. ..$1250.00 -
bargain. I: Turton r.ajust received a car! Money to loan in amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per cent

Government and Alcaniz Streets. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent $liO for neat home on corner lot, ; load of horses and mules frrm Tennessee interest. -

Western and Native Meats of the finest quality. Phone 713. W.suitable for light housekeeping. 500) X. Eighth avenue. I and the latter can be seen at Those having$ property, desiring sell samp. would find It to theIr -

her' I m a first-class market. Everything that Is Gregory. llfeblw $1730:; gets six room home and five Pou's stables on West Intendencia:: St. advantage to place same in our hands as we have disposed of about '

'0 pounds: Granulated Sugar $1.00. 20 pounds of Nice Clean Nice furnished front room, southern lots on N. Davis; one block .from car I lOfeb o. $300,000 worth in the past 60 days. If you hare funds to loan consult '
Rice exposure half line. | us. If you desire an agent to collect 'our.rcnts; or want fire insurance .
J110 Fancy Country Syrup :35c: per gallon. I' ; block from Palafox.
Honey in the comb FOR S.\LE-The Lewis Bear Co.
or Ex. are ; or If want to buy a piece of
irai of Honey. Apply 32 B. Gregory. llfeblw $1850 for new six room house and you property and don't know wao
agents for the famous Comb Hen
owns consult .
(;1\-e me a call. I will show you how to save money.A. FOR RENT-Furnished or unfu rnish. bath$1350, 417 bays E. Cervantes.six room with'' j'I Feed. Finest thing in the world to same us.HOOTON
cottage
McD. MOYER. Phone ed 6 make hens Keeps 'em in good i
718. roonr cottage on Big Bayou bath, 70S II Wright.< layj.; :
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-- near condition too. 7feb!
car line facing the water. Address & WATSON
$3150 for 8 room.house. bath gas: electric '
HELP ANTEDOOIUCTOR Wanted P. O. Box 361;PeI >acola. FJa t lights large lot and barn, X.Havne FOR SALE CHEAP AT WARRI\G-I _,
lOfeblw PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX
St.: I TON-One four room house with I STREET.

A."nEJ-\pp1y aher W.ANTED-Party: wIts a few bundled NICE FURNISHED front room for Reasonably l terms on any of (the front and back gallery; only one year .

H<- Furniture store, 138 anti 140 dollars wishes 'to purchase an interest I rent, with or without board. Apply above properties. old. Apply to G. It Wilkins. 1 .
f IntradencJa 16feb2t in paying? business of kind.: at -101 W. Chase. 9feb2w Sfeblw"
Address ln\es tment. any ------ ----- -'I C. R. YAEGER FOR RENT r i LOST
WANTED-CoodOffiCO boy. Apply 16feb. > care Journal I I PLEASANTLY situated roams: to rnt. FOR SALE,-Soath half block 211. --- ___ _

t 10 Or, Mallory Kennedy. 15feb3WVN'TED : Apply at _111 W. Chase St. Sfeb2wOR 202 fronting100 feet on 13th street by FOR RENT,-Two story residence
I __ Thiesen Building. Phone 636. LOST:
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I \.ANTED-\\'e I .. ... u___ I 107'h feet on Bay iew Park: also string of deep blue beads,
want your orders for : with all modern conveniences corner
-500 men: $4.00 daily per t'Ull4'l1SUtU UNFURNISHED between Gadsdsn
manent-pass circulars tack signs 1907 Art Calendars. One 300 or- rooms for rent, with privilege of I south half of block 212. fronting 400 Spring and Strong Sts.' Apply C.:I streets. Lost Saturday and Government

no canrawslng. Continental DisHhuting 'inal designs; to select from11. : I light house keeping at 234 E. Gregory.I I For Sale feet View on Park.1411 St.The, by only 137% feet on Bay H. Turner. 9feb. er will please return same evening.to S09 Find D -

Co, ChIcago ISfeblw prices. lan 3 Printing Co., Pensaco; Phone 557. 6feb2w property adjoin. I i Gadsdm 'St.
la- 16rebWANTED I i FOR SAL-E-A good paying rest u. ing Bay View Park that Is now fwsale. I FOR RE ".-EI& ant 2-story 8-room i I5teb3t* ,,
\NTED-Good bookkeeper. Address TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 1041X. I 1 rant. Apply to Jim Mitchell cor. The beautiful view down thebajou cottage at 318 West Belmpnt St. Apply LOST-Pointer bitch, brown )heal i '

No. 41, care JournaL Only -To lease or buy a five or i Sprint! St. Good location. Special Bavlen ana Zarragossa. 16feb2t and down the bay can never be to Walter! Ingraham at Star Laundry with white blaie. Brown spot o*
good man need apply. 13febVTEI sir room cottage Price and terms j I rates to parties or clubs. Apply obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jlyAUTOMOBILES. I 25JanFOR shoulder and one on body. Balanoi -
Mrs. W. Williams, 222 X. !!I FOR SALE OR RE."T--Xew store I white. -jt
must be reasonable Address Good Spring St. Reward tor return to H.
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\ >-Good white woman to help Tenant Journal' I! 3t/janlru* I and dwelling in good loca'Hj. Good : .-I am agent for the I RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom Brot>nahaoi. COS N. Spring <
care 16feb. St. igfeh
run depot hotel at Century. Address businss. Apply 102J N. 9th ave. Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos in new Star Laundry building
B -Fla. lOfeblw FOR RENT-Furnished rooms. Tor ISfeblw* from J50000 up. They cost less than Garden street Apply Walker In- LOST-A petition containing number
J Mancil. Century WANTED.-The public to know that E.
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rent with without !! : of
old or -board. No ---- horses to keep up. They can be ruin graham Star Laundry. %%dec. signatures of value to no one but
newepapers can be bought at '
WANTED Three short goods solicitors light housekeeping; Apply 310 West J'OR SALE-Go-CArtC in good condition. !- sand or anywhere a horse can go.' owner Reward for return to Journal
this
Solomon Furniture Co.: 8feb all office clean for fiya cents t bundle- They Gregory. 'Jan2t-lmo. Cheap. Apply at 907 N.A1: Leslie! E. Brooks. I A. i.-BIX'Gi li"l.l.-.; storage room for office. Sfebiithberianii
are and nice.' -
-- caniz.: :_ ISfeblw i rent, suitable for furniture or other
W\NTED-'Boy who can milk_ cow- BOARD AND LODGING-New! turn! !JUST RECEIVED-Large snlpment 01 -
attend to horses, and do workaround WA.TED.-EIcdiic work of.ah kind.L ture. large clean rooms. Terms rea FOR SALE OR RENT-GO' acre farm; imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint, goods, 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt.
630 20nov
premises. Apply 50t"w, t us dean your .fans resair;:: your sonable. Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock lOS; 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 /gallon:; or larger quantity. G. Morasso Phone 1'
East Intendcncia St. room house, all l fenced in; 5 fields; 2 I & Co ship chandlers ;
(Thase. feb7 dynamo! da jour. ._wiring I .__etc. Pan3ttiv _18janlm.1 and? grocers, 701
barn good water mail box on
reusacoia jsiectno Co., 205 'SBaylen. story. : South Palafoi 4oct.
\\'A
TED.-A few boardsrs '
at 212 \V.
Miscellaneous
'Farm I
WANTED-Manager\ for branch office f the land Address care
w.e wish to locate here in Pensacoladdress. GregoryNew house, good neighborhood -. Journal. ]_,_ lZfeblw'irpa FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pig II : -
and on car line. 12Janlm* sired by Duke of Florida 68923 i
.\ with references.! The Morris SECOND IJA'm.CLOTHING'WA.1IiT. { SAIE-We will sell the exclusive of Orphan Lee. of _Baltimore. out NOTICE offer my services as surveyor -! For
Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. ED-IUghest' price paid for gout'sclothing ROOMS 'TO RENT with' or without!!I right to manufacture and sell All guaranteed with registrations 5854 locating homesteads for -the Sale
>feblro* : c'lly. Also sell board. 22 E. Garden. : and western counties of }.
second hand Igjanjm our household garbage; burner In the pedegrees. Carl Sett rlind, Chipley people of 'lorlda.1
AXTED.-Boy about sixteen to goods. No :9) E Intendencia. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS- for e-t.1 I state of Florida to the: rlgfit parties. For Fla. __ 26nov., Address W. J. Stevens Surveyor. Flo- _

learn glazing Apply Saunders Mill Newly furnished clean anj nice'' prices information and description of rala. Ala. 16feblmVIAVI
JOB PRINTING of 'all kinds wantedby FOR S.o\LE-Nlce. clean old
Co 29 Eist Garden. lSjan near postoffice. Apply at 12824 E! device apply to Domestic Garbage newspapers -- -- We have them Several splendid.
the Mayes Printing Co. 24 W. at ave cents a bundle. This of- -The patrons of the "Viavi
Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. Burner Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. large and small turpentine locations
00 to ,
WANTED laborers wages 11.50 Government Phone 181. Only the fice. Treatment" are cordially invited -
pAr da\. Apply factory of Gouidlng best of work. Idee Tjanlic. 1 ,. ,r ISfeblw., a call at Hotel Southern Mondays and Saw :Mills and Saw mill locations.:

Fertilizer Co. 14Jan Old newspapers at five cents bundle FOR SALE-For a few days only 2 FOR SALE-200 acres "good farm Ian J. Frialajs from 2 to C p. ra., where they Some excellent bargains In large

S'TED.-HaulIng;, : :and transfer at this office. They are all clean. lots opposite( the, Haserman real-; 2% miles southeast of. Chipley in can meet.the representative Mrs. II. and small tracts of round and boxedtimber -
--- wore umce pnone jt. ; residence and nice. i I dence. New City, ,$62500Fine location Washington county; no waste land: 30 P. Booth. Phone 1027.. llfeblm I lands. ;
WANTED phottt, 390. Acosta & White 22-2S N. I I for a home. Apply B. F. acres ready for cultivation. Good Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
-- Tarragona St. "25mr. BAY HOTEL.:':Open night and day. Citizen' Bank. WOlfe'j Urn rock quarry en premises. For I will tune and repair pianos d-organs and Hardwood lands

rosmox WANTED-A position as European plan. Rooms light and further particulars address Mrs. L. as cheap as any one and do first Splendid list of valuable property :
l ook.keeper Good references. Address A."lTED.-Tho Mercnants TransferCo. clean. Transient trade solicited. Fresh milch cows for sale. Applyat Wiselosle Marianna. Fla. 17janlm class work only. :My phone Is 802-2 and fine location for a Colony or Stock

X Y. Z.. care Journal. wants youtniovlDg and hauling.All 575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. S. Nicol u, Davison's farm Roberts Fla. rings. Orders promptly attended to. Farm in South East Georgia.
breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tfior- Prop. feblllw FOR SALE.-Second hand Babcocl; J. Conrad Scott. Some of the choicest resIdence

Mfcblw sen. Prop. Phone 97*. ISJunelni. buggy rubber tires, in flrst-clas d __ 1 places_ _1- 'the beautiful little city of e'.
FOR SALE-Beautiful Mock In New -
condition. For Information McKinzle Oert-
SHIP CHANDLERS-
telepaonNo. DeFuniak :;
AI'TED-To loan money on your RENOVATED. City. Tract No. 312. Fr cash $600./) gprlnffs. Fla. and In Milton,
New retail
MATTRESSES 51 ing & Co. wholesale and ship
personal: ) property and household tick furnished If desired. All done For Sale : Apply to A. M. McMillan.:: Court Houaa. chandlers and grocers, only first-class I Fla.Our si.e
prices t
and terms
I are reason'
poods SALE.-\Iost beautiful
Mobile
Loan Co.. residencE
corner Jef in good order on short notice.' Leave laug house of kind in crty. Fair prices to all..
ierson and Zarragossa Sts. FOR SALE-Household furniture. Apply block in Pensacola overlooking the able.Cal
Green & Watson. Phone THE
at
1l.lTURNER&AYMARD
orders GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns I -
on or write to
kf Mm 4feblni 419 E. Intendmcia St.: 14feblw bay and Bayou Teiar. Magnificent Corno Hen Feed will make jour us.
193. less and gives lightfor
gas you more
C-OFR'I' HOUSE DYEING. Pressing FOR SALE-Barred ri.Dlolit -Rockcockere's i l less money than any lamp yet !live oak magnolia and other shade hens lay. and keep them in a healthy

and'Iraning( Club. 118 N. Palafox A'oo'"TED-To' loan money on jour ready for yard $1.!>0 to made. Try It ana* see for ;jour self. trees. Ideal location for home hotelor condition. Try it. For sale by the

fi': Mrs. T. J, Davis, Prop. Your pat watches, jewelry and personal ef- $3; 15 eggs!!: $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrs.I Booklets fre*. Call up 380 and ask sanitarium. A. C. Binkley. Lewis Bear Co. 7feb:

.ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran- fects. Highest cash price for old gold' Lizzie B. Hughes- Chip'.ey.! .Fla.. about them. 28 East Government FOR SALE-House at Goulding oa H. PEISIION Is'stlll at the same place
ecd Careful attention given ladles' and silver.! Llgutman & Klein 106 E. Hfeblm* street- F. B. Bruce, fabll-lm bard road 4 rooms. bath and kitcn 14 W. Intendencia. Shoes mado to Real Estate and -

garments. Phone 1222. gfeb Wright. Ifeb TYPEWRITERS 1 keep on hand for NORMANS-- PILLS,'='Just received S.en Botras; nice Standard stable. Strictly Oil Co.'s cash. 1]I. order; all kinds of repair work. Abstract Company, !L4

POSITION[ TXvANTED-By competent WANTED-To buy old gold and silver sale The Fox Un erwcod. Smith 55.600 Compound Cathartic. For Pensacola.i Fla. SOJanlm office 6feb2w o. ru i 115. trtnlak! Sprigs Florida.

tookueeper, either as bookkeeper, broken up stuff regardless of Premier and Dliek'osderfeTypewrlt.- sae! at The Alligator and West End '-J.: H. Logan Upholsterer and chair r,,

Clerk 01' collector. Have had six sizes. Cash paid. Llghtman & Klein. ers. Sold] on easy terms- or rented. Saloons., '? lonovlm FOR S\LE.-lf you have $8,000 to invest Caner. Clocks repaired. Give m- -4

year: experience. Can give good ref- 10-6 E. Wright. Ifeb} All makes of machines cleaned and FOR SALE-FIrst_ class grocery-store in a saw mill proposition worth ycur old chairs to cane. All work

.rrncAddress A.. care Journal. repalr;>d. Work guaranteed, Phon and meat market In connection.fixtures J10.000rife Lock Box 2G, ,DeFuniak rraranteed 206 Tarragona street D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.
:I febWA.VflD.You St* KODAKERS get Kauffman's prices :380; F. B. Bruce 28 East Govern. etc. Reason for selling leaving -I Springs I'la.: This will stand the 4feb-10ts
for developing and finishing. B stand
ment. closest investigation and the first
14feblm Address P. O. Box 697.7feb. man
: the city. will not be REAL ESTATE
responsible -
to use Corno Hen cheapest in city Romana and with\ the money gets It. No time to NOTICE-The owner -
'et This makes your hens lay Palafox. 20 janlm FOR: SALE.-10 rocm .house corner .- waste with agents or trIft rs. 24Jaa for debts contracted by a
tad fattens tnem. Try it. For sale lot 3 blocks from Palaiox!: lot 96x FOR SALE-3 acres land on Town the captains of the schooners Kate RENTS AND LOANS

111 rhl l Lewis Bear Co. 7feb WANTED.-Second hand furnitureand 192 on car line. For particulars Inquire ,. Point. opposite city near marine wavs. FOR SALE.-One choice block on top Pay[ Alabama or Sallie Guy. 11. JerEiga'n -'
!household articles of all kinds ofStandardClothing, Co. water Address of the ridge east of the electric Portland Fla. Sfeblm t .
ttNTED_.. 29Jan I $300 cash; deep frontage. owner. ., __. _.
Everybody In Pensacolato for cash. Address P. 0. Box 353. i railway. between 7th and 8th streets. - -- t
FOR SALE.-Improved and unimprov.ed Land. care Journal. IQfeo We have the following special' bargiins j. )
Know that the
that the Y. certify Ferry
M. is to
C. A. buildIng favored this section This
7janlm "" Nactre has and It in
was. built of brick made by the :! property in all parts of the cty.! .FOR SALE QufcK-100 high back be duphcated- A. V. Pass Inspectors and Shippers Asso very desirable real estate for
Pemacola Brick Co.. and they are pre- J. A. Wilson & Co, Real Estate{ Agents' cane ,bottom chairs. Will sell all cannot-- Clubbs. ciatlon are not responsible. for the I a few days only. }"

par j to furnish jou. J. S. Walton. Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone or portion of..thm cheap.. Jos. Roth] FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapers following boom receipts of 'their inspection SPECIAL BARGAINS. .
'rtr Money to Loan. 112. 23j8l1 Tarragonna and Government Sts. for sal*. Only 5c a bundle. They Receipt) No. 1347. of G. D. 2 lots In block 170, New City. 80xl3T
6feb _ :
feet line ..
I wrapping and are No. 1348 of Fea'ginand : on car .. .. .. $400.00
MHTTRE3SES I TO I..QAN-Everybody borrows FOR SALE-Block: on North Hill be lOfeb. _ make good paper RobbIns; receipt 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads-
made to order; old MONEY thing to put under mattIn=. receipt No. 1295! of Chas. fi !!
t the
maUresses renovated and new tick money from Jno. A. Hall & tween Bajlen and Spring, or will FOR SALE-Two or three wagons just.- -. - Hassell! ; Ferry Pass Inspectorsand den street. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00
'urn-shed: if desired. Ring phone 771 Co., 16 E. Government street. When exchange fir improved propjrty down I drays and horsss cheap I if taken] FOR SALE-7-room house at Gould- Snowdens.. Association by J. T. 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New

or raIl at H4! E. Belmont St 2feblm in need call on us. 9feblm town. Apply 119 W. Gadsden St., within a few days. Phone 614 or apply \In'g. Apply to F. L. Askergren, Shippers Jp281m City . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00 fflJ--
W-:(;fEO. Real Estate for sale or Pensacola, Fla. llfjblw I at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. 'Goulding. Fla. 2Sjanlm* Harper. Prea. One 5-room house, with bath and

rent. !Je.\8-a or exchange. Your busl- MONEY: LOANED on all kinds of per/ DRESSMAKING: .. Alice i W..Herman I sewer connection, gas in every room; -
o I nice
neSS sonal pioperty on short notice. opened a nrsi-ciass urv'making neighborhood.; If tak.et
reepect fully has __
solicited.
!on, Real: Estate J. A.Vil- Terms easy, J* B. _Gray. & Co.. 2 W. -. -- -- --- shop at her residence. 106 E.ntendencia. once, .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.4504X1 <'
'rnment Agent. 2214 W. Gov. Romana. Phone 1165.; Ifeb\ Ladies invited to calL i 6 houses In block 17, West King 1 ,:

-Ulding.! street Phone Room 172. 1, Salisbury 23Jan, MONEY-: TO LOAN.-On real estate or -: Some Good Real Estate Investments and Homes. 31jan3w I lend Tract$2,000.00. renting of$30.00 necessary per month... $2600.00 Will -t.lt';jS

W.\\-rP..D-P05ltfon. as stenographer other sufficient security by nppl).! JOHN FLO. Boot and Shoemaker All of these propositions are bar. j!t.Th '
"x lady of Pebley. cor. Palafox and; I Ii work to order repair- gains and will be held for few "':
;
Thos. custom open a '
experience. Good refer- lug to We make and 18th avenue Fin:
7-ioom street
I I a special offer and hall house on the southwest corner of 16th 'J
enee. Address L. 31. Journal. Romana. up stairs.. 17no.ru.MONEY with ;5 lag; material and workmanship guar 1.3'.8 only. it'.
cans i lots. This is an Weal surburbaji; home fruit trees stables, windmill and tank water throughout
Weblw* Please: give ma. a calL 120 Excellent warehouse location OB !ri
: TO LEND-On "good real estate -! house, everything convenient ana new,, not far from car line. The house and improvements could not be anteed. railroad track fl

"',\ -Your repair work. Best security ,or on good collateral duplicated) for the price..... ..- ... .. ... .. .. .... ......... .. .1.* .... .... ....$2500.00 E. Government street. Phone:7JanlmCUT 1086. Good 8 per cent very mortgages cheap. on hand. "r.'"f

Material used; work guaranteed; at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, Sot; East Jackson street, two story S rom and. hall house bath gas a deiishtful. home and good neighborhood Best kind of Investments. .,.,-.,)$$>

"):lt called] for and delivered. Ring Fisher building. 2110 lot 93 ft. by 150. ...-..,.. ..' ',.. : .. .. .. .. ....:......'. ... .... ... .. ....$3500.00A FLOWER.S-OrJ promptly Property In all parts of dtjr, vacant I
fotlODe 1210. L. H. Peshon. Sboe- five room and kitchen cottage on Little Bayou fronting on the water; Jot 100 fLl>y 140. ft. deep barn, filled for roses carnations flowers or Improved wanted and for sale. SIII ,
aukpr and Repairer S. W. corner Bayj MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal and IS bearing fruit trees SO ft. wharf: running out into the water. The house has been newly painted and and designs of all kinds. Miss) Bertls 30 S. Pal afox St. } :

l:! and Intendencia Sts. 6feb2w property on short notice. papered and wool wprk gramedon ia.ide. hous? sits on bluff about 20 ft. high small sail! boat and row boatgo Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. } .'

W Terms easy. J,* W. Dullard upsfalr with house near car line. This place li very cheap at.. .. .. ...... ... .p. .... .. .... ..$1500.00 Phone 234.
TED.-All kinds of electrical 28V 2 South Palafox St., Phone 1144. 5 room and hall house with 6 lots on the southwest 'corner Wagcer and "C" streets a fine /garden AILORINQ-B. L. DIamond TaUor.GenU' -
'ork. I sell all kinds of electrical finer stable and outhouses.! This fa one of:the highest points In the city, has view of the bay.. ... .. $1000.00 clothing cleaned. pressed and ----------------- -- --

"batterIes ben and other electrical supplies UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan :3 lots on Strong street between 10.th and 11th avenues. This property is very cheap at. .. .. $650.03 repaIred Government on short.St notice.....Pensacola.No. 11H Fla.Idee. STEAMBOATSCHEDIIE[ Q
fc: you need me ring 345 or 935. of personal property. i 3 lots on the south side! of Cervantes street between 8th and 9th avenus.120 fL. front by 137 ft. 6 Inches West '
:
ng.W"Peake. new Star Laundry build on Special all kinds rates to business men on large. deep. We defy you tq find three_ cheaper l IpU in this section than at.:..' .. :: .'. .... ... .. .. ..$650.00 I I STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. M. fl' ':
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-- Garden. 15dec. The New York Loan Co., :OtS! 2 lots CO ft. front on th southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets very select. neighborhood ;THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO Rogers master Passengers and

'II'V\XTED: -Position wanted by young leans.South Palafox. ._ . .. . . ". :. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .'.. ".. ?..? ... : . ....$1500.00 wholesale and retail manufacturersand Freight service between Pensacola ian.i
Ina.u ot ability and temperate habits. 6 lots 150 ft. on DeSotq Uy .180 ft. oa liens southwest corner of street'if; sold! In the next few dealers In cotton mtttresses and Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street t j ;

FacaUJar with grocery business; would .-- --- days! _. '... ,... -" . ... . '.". '...". ". .. . ..$2500.00 I' bed IprJl: *. Second hand furniture wharf Wednesdays and Sanurdays. i;#
prefer position IUt shipping clerk but Found 5 bts on the northeast corner Strong; and Reus125 ft. on Strong by ISO ft. deep on ........$2500.00 bought and sold. TJpholitertn and repairing Tourists and others desiring to see : ;;

would consider any offer of clerkship -- MONEY at ths !'owest market rate o :nterest on Improved or vacant: city 'property.Estate a specialty. 114 E. Belmont places of Interest on Cnoctawhatchi .i'i-

Ittlure! Would require week's notice!! street. a purse!! St. city. Phone 771. a T. Davis Bay and Santa. Rosa Sound ..shouldmaks (
and am FOUND-On Palafox Mgr. njanlm trip. Special rates for' .
already employed. Address If the owner The -this par. -
containlrg.some money. Fish1"Bc
Agency .
.ierk. this of ten or more. For rates or :
office._lOfeblOt will de. ribj the same anl money J. II. PORTER. sailmRker, 716 South ties
*- street. Orders' tafcen for I other Information apply bn board or
'. CANTED._.A. R. BIngham wants and pay for this notice. I SO&will Thiesen MUersame. ,: Phone 87.:. 206 South Pala lox: I tents Palafox awnIngs. camp stools and house ; address P. O. Box 6S:!, Pensacola.. FJa. :1";
your .
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J. A.
moving I "
and hauling. He guar I o. "
. __ Prices'reasonable; 3ljan.iii :7Jaalme r.. {
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Wtces all breakage. Phone 630. building.i 1Wcbt:: i. -- ------- cots, etc.: .

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The past season was:a winner for us. We sold lots of SHOES and mighty good ones,', too With this Increasing volum&of.business, we are bound


. 1 to have asurplus of Shoes goods which we had to orderfrom, time to time to meet probable demands and keep our lines full. We havo ordered more

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spring shoes than 'every they are on the road now and WE MUST HA VE ROOM FOR THEM. There is only one way to 'do, It"':"by REDUCING PRICES.


& : I We, therefore, place before you a CUT-PRICE FEAST that Is unparalelled; an opportunity to get Shoes and Hosiery .for the rest of the winter and


r,,'? early spring wear,. THE LIKE OF WHICH YOU NEVER KNEW. WE HAVE. CHOPPED PRICES TO PIECES. f-


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MEN'S SHOES. $1.75 Men's Shoes, all kinds and BOY'S SHOES. LADIES' 'SHOES. CHILDREN'S SHOES. MEN'S HOSE. I

styles, choice now $1.48. '
" t $7.00 Edwin Clapp Shoes now $5.73. U. 'O Men's Shoes all kinds and $350 Patents, 'lace or button swing $5 Ladies': Shoes patent. ideal kid. $2 kind all styles, sizes:! S& to 11, 5Q cent kind, all colors and pattern!!,
styles choice now $1.18. last, now $2.89. Trench and Cuban heel light and now $1.66.. now 3 pair for $1.00.
$ltOO and $6.50 Edwin Clapp Shoes, 99c pair for the famous Cable Screw heavy soles, all bench finished _good, 25; ,cent kind, all colors and patterns!I.
$3 Patents box calf and vici kid! U.75klnd. all styles, sizes S& to 11,
now $4.91. Shoes the pair.at 99c. now $3.94. now 3 pair for 19c.
now 249.: now $1.34. 15 kind. colors and
all
$4 Ladies' Sho?s, patents calfs and r cent patterns
$5 Men's Vici Kids patents and tans LADIES' FELT JULIETS. $2 50 Patents box calf and vici k'd. kids, light and heavy soles lace or $1.50 kind all styles, sizes"'8/z to' 11, now 3 parr for Sc.
t coir $3.93. now $1.94. button"all style heels ,Blucher and now $1.16. BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S HOSE.
t. $1.75 brown fur tops Cuban heel, .
i I 25 cent heavy ribbed
Boj's black
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plain lace. various styles to select
: $5 Mens Patent Calf Bluchers. liz now $1.29. $2 box calf and \ici kids, now $1.71. from, non ,$3.09. $1.23 kind all styles sizes, 84 to 11, now 19c.
& :* zard skin top full Cuban heel swing $1.50 black: green, brown and purple .- $150: box calf and vici kids now $3.50 Ladies' Shoes patents and now 9Sc. e v \ ? 25 cent Misses' tan ribbed now 14c

.J t last; a swagger Shoe now $3.71. fur tops. Cuban and common send $1.16. plain leathers, all st'le.of!!' heels, liat: $1.75 kind all styles/ srICS 5to;8. 23 cent :Misses' black. heavy ribbed -
heels turn fleece lined all
soles to go
: now $1.31. now 17c.
at 99c. $125 lot Arco and heavy soles all styles now 293. \
one boys
$4 Men's Shoes all styles and kinds : Bluchers l.adies' and The largest and most complete line
'" $1. 5 purple Julrets, white fur tops sizes 13 to 5. now 93c. $3 Shoes patents plain $1.50 kind:!, a'l styles sizes 5 to 8,
now $3.14. now 69c. leathers i ouv 239. now $1.13. in the cif}, but we must reduce thr
ONE LOT $2.50 lot assorted styles in stock; just determine not to carry
}'. 75c felt slippers bound in fur, SHOHS patent leather one patents $1.25 kind. all styles sizes 5 to 8,
$3.50 Men's Shoes calls So the Odd and End Hatch.et .
pntents over.
, fleece lined now-46c. box calf and vici kid sizes 9 to 13, a onljat the remarkable price of 92c. any
* kids lace and button all style heels snap at 99c 179. now has again CHOPPED THE PRICE.
and toes' Blucher or plain lace cap or 50c ladies' kid Boudoir now 31c. e $250 Ladies' Shoes. \icl 1 kids, lace $1.00 kind, all styles', 'sizes5 to S. LADIES' HOSE.

t plain toes heavy and light soles 14 INFANT'S SHOES. MISSES' SHOES. or button l 1i1ht or havysol"5., French now 69c. ,- _' _
; I styles to select from all at the uniform Cuban and ccoamon seas:: heels pat 75c kind, all stOles, sizes .5 to'8now; $1J10.. kind fancy effects, all colons
price of 288. $1.50 kind, all styles sizes 1 to C, $2.50 Misses' Shoes In patents only ent leather tips all to go for $1. 3. 47c. now 49c.
11 now 111. assorted styles sizes badly broken $2 Ladies' Shoes one lot,patent on'y 75c kind fancy effects all colors
$3.50 Men's patent calf Bluchers in .
MEN'S SLIPPERS.
I $125 kind, all styles s'z' 1 to 6, now 169. Cuban heel. dull tops lace to chose now 39c.
6 s
6%, 7. 7% sizes only; the Harvard
50c kind fancy effects all colors
out at $1.02.
4 a well known make now $2.24. now S9c. $2 Mises Shoes, all styles and kinds $2.50 dark tan Oze op ra. now $1.96. 33c.
$2 Vici Kid lace,or button various .now
51QO kind all styles sizes 1 to 6, $1.64. brown and ,
fie now heels patent and leather tips all togo ?2 black, green opera 25 cent black and tan ribbed now tic
it $%.50 Men's Shoes, all kinds and now 67c. jq75c now SI.67.
colors 07c
$1.75 Misses Shoes at $1.69. 15;) cent kind assorted now
all and
I styles choice now 193. kind all styles sizes 1 to 6 now styles $1.75 black and tan Everett, 'now
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'kinds, now $1.:39.: $1.50; Shoes all styles and kinds 25 cent Safety Polish requires no S
44c now $1.12. $1.39. paste now 14c. _
$2 Men's Shoes all kinds and styles, 50c) kind, all styles sizes 1 to 6, now $1.50 Misses' Shoes all styles and $1.23 Lades' Saoes.\ a'l styles and $1 50 black felt Romeo, fleece lined 10 cent Polish Whittemore's Com

,, choice now $1.69. SSc. kinds, now $1.18. kinds_ now 98c. now $1.04. bination Baby Elite, now 07c. ..


+ f THIS SALE will continue until all S&OXSN LOTS ARE SOLD. Remember, this is the wind-up of the season's business and ALL WINTER


i WEIGHTS MUST GO. Bring this ad. with you. Keep In mind the date, SATURDAY, FEB. 17. No goods sold on approval. No money refunded. I



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t -n AlIstATEjTRANSrER5 McMillan Bros.tCo. MARKETS 1 I D. .i............... 4o?8 15',!
a i ULL Ts.A Can Pac...-. 173!i 172 \ -I
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I t aDRF s Re. Naval "'. P.O; .. Ko; 1i. j Cash Counts
tores.-", R'D'G.:: ..?.. % 8TC.I
Savannah Ga. Fab.:15.r1.sriavalstores : stP.: ; .;;::.:...a.; l"n, ,
market closed: follows IL1..............t............. :My 2.'Jt :o ,
tolaj- a :: > R.......:....:.,.. :......... 3'i se ana 'especially does it count good and strong just after
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Following is a list of the deeds recorded ..: N .. ..s.. .. *.. .y.?.*.. ... .:a 85 U.P.'._n'1SJ,; 15"M9.". will 'set a fa'r! adjustment and prompt paymente
Ts Ts yesterday reported bj the' MOBILE.ALABAMA. I IM .. .. .. .' '. ... .. .. ...535t represent a large number: of the strongest companies In
f t Pensacola Abstract Co>. t t I| K. .. .. .. I.fy.! .. .. .. .5 10 Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton I Letter. I the world.
$00, SOq \V B Farris to J. fieo White. S I. .,.. ...445 I
t of block 101, East King: Tra-t B"'! 'I II. .;. ;..... ..... :;".".. .... .4 00 New York ?b. 15.-The English!i I 2 I Insurance I nowles Bros Gen 1 Aats

Et"i mont Numberin', $100 and other G. .. .. .. .. .... ;.. 3 60 to 3 65; markets were advanced 5 points aa'i J R Fire, Pensacola
siderauons F. .. .. .. .. .. .3 60 to 3 621' pots t an;'" 1 'to 6 points? on contracts '!
Et"P A. A. Fisher to F. J. Riera lots t; E. .. ... ... ... ...... .. .3 60 I this morning practically just me"_ I ---:!

17. 18 and 19. block 40, Belmont. M D .. .. .. . . ..3 :;; II ing. advance --- -
$1 and other: considerat'ons C. . .. .. . .. .3 35: our of yesterday thul t'I" .
Chas! E. Ra\mond to J. E. Lan
ham, Wi4 of :\Wof N\VU of I I as.th'ey wished cables : PENe A.COLA.
11 T. 3 X R. 32V.t .. J213: that the other y
: Pensacola Cotton Market. side would follow )Ii:
r !Jfr I>'e Daniell to Leslie E. Brooks I I I either: an advance or decline; in our :\ Iron Works and Supply Co. \
of block 175.. except )lots 23 and \ markets._ 'Tha ball clique having defaulted -!;!
r1; R# West King Tract $I and other !I C. Gunter Elmore, F..O. B. cotton on its promise to maintain: ajJ j: Manufacturers and Repairers of /

$ CHAS.BLUM&CO rations. [i ; : broker February gives ih 15? following quotationsfor firm grip on the rings and the rem\:\ MACHINERY AND BOILERS ?
T. J. Virgin to Leslie E. Brooks j : pant throughout the liquidation ot,;j
Iw4f Good Miudhn'g. '' .10% FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES /
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1 to 4 block 261 XC'ICit the old :
inclusive crop tha talent shied: off and j
517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST., 1: Strict .Midd!:ng_.} .. .10-i I'ft the market STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY ;?
Tract $1 and, otheraluabl3 : Middling .. ... *. . .10 2 Fin prices friendless enough. r ijj; ,Prompt attention given to ail orders day or sight Agent J:
erations. j
weresttadj at a de-" :
\. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Strict Low. .. r; for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber also f.
.'. Midlling Cline of 1 to 2 spot'j' Bags
} B. Radclfte! to A. A. Fsher. points .but big :
i Low fiddling . .. . .10 G Chains of all descriptions. '
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-. 1 to 3, inclusive, bock! 113. East Kin; I' w-re rsa'y enough to intimate ) :1that ,
-- : Stains and tinges to 1 cent lower. Office Phoni 123. PHIL WITTMAN Mgr. KRostdenee
Tract ltlmont Number'ng $1 I It was a d.1ngrQu3'mtrk: t to ;!
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\ I short "; Pone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
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other considerations. I There Tas. an impres'i.oa''
I Adelia: A. Jrnigan to Morris I AUSLEY d. CO.'S REPORTS I: in certain circles that the market :'.!wwtt:a:1f1: :: :: ,-% UB% \.ir

A1' i and Sol Cahn, lots .J5 and 16. block 2; i i Liverpool! Cotton Market. would b.) subjected 'to.a hard pound!I.
A MAN I Water Front. \$1000 and other! \" I dom I: ing'but the openin price; failed tot' "-- -

' able consIderations. j j I : i Jan:Feb" ........672 ds'fl'1: : much pre=sure. News from j'< + .
I D. Chamble to )I. W. P. Renfro i Feb:MM-...5.T2 Texas wag disqiiietm Either there :|
: NW'J? Sec 14, T. :3; N R 31 W. ;;:). ': i': Mar.April...574. I wad more ,cott-cyi to COTIJ from *hc'Lon '; .. Ml
acres, $200. ,I April-M.y .,..577MayJune \" Star .state than' the world had1-! 1
WHO SMOKES' ] I, II looked IAUSIEY 6 COMPANY !
Sn U. S. A. to D. Chambl-, patent .._.589JunoJalr for or exhaustionwas in sight 1
I WVi. Sec. 14, T. 5 N R 31 W. I ..582 due:to more liberal buying than cur ,
. W A. Blount to Theresa Jo' : ,July-August .. 683 I rl"n tilt mill :supply l would warrant. | .
t W r or who enjoys his home lots 11 and 12, block ;53) New Ant-Sep/ember .57* The weather map indicated rain'
/ aptf'mbflrHetober ....,663Norember oxep-moU of the western belt wher- COMMISSION BROKERS :
life, wants a nice $350. tobf.ro'mher ............... .......6.M I in portions of which the, farmers : f
Albrt N. Jan'is to W 1) .December .................. ...5, 8 ]least able io are I
t I commencing/ at NE corner of lot 3S, "t'lDber-.Tanual'7 ........ ................ favorably s<*a!:on contend. Nobo)with'y: an un'j 1 : _11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !:
i :31. T 6 N. R. :32; W and running S Liverpool Spots.:3.#! I for actual
cotton '
+ House Coator con u'ntJy themeagreness
.,? 4r yards. thence W :220!: yards thence \

t rt Lt I, 220 yard and thence E 220 yards f"I/ New York'Cotton Market. I I much of its of logical; current.influence.supplies' Notwithstanding lo t'. |i I| Private t Wires N. Y., N. 0 and Chicago. I:

$1 .
I point of beginning. 10 acres f"I Open B'gh Low 0:o*. II !; the further decline th. ;' 0
...M other considerations *\ Uarcli. lOhfi 107i" 10>:5 If outlook_ Is not clear enough to just-! :
I tJas. M. Harrison Jo Albert .N. M.y..10.1<5 1<>.91 1CN 1090July. I f* full confidence. }
We do not think | COnON STOCKS GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS :
.r h. commencing at NE corner of lot ........... U,'", 'zoos 109 \\.<.1 I there is ant likeljhood of a break' .
i Sec :34. 'r 6 N R 32 Wand ; October.1037 14a' 1087 10.4J i
through t!n cents at the
present ;
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December .
. Smoking Jacket S 220 )'ards. thence W 220 I LiT.rpool Spot., 5 88! I time,! and foul weather during the I II | Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ?
thence N 220 yards and thence E :: next few weeks would render such a
yards to point of beginning, 10 I break impossible(>. I 1
N'h' \ and any man who has six {1 and other considerations. Whsat.Open The March position should Improve: :i: Reference: First National and Peoples Banks.. Phone 1173 J

j or dollars I A. J. Coleman to W. D. (' Hijch Low Clone i materially by reason of the Improved I
\<',' seven to Invest. !! 'west end of lot 1, Sed. S4 T 6 N R :: I Ii : May_. 85 : fV! 64..' W spots basis which will certainly N.....+..+.+...*.....+++++++.++NNN..++++.1+++N/
I can get a really ,good i i W 15 acres. $43Vasso ;) ,July.........._834 *V. W J8!, I duce the tender hazzard. Mr Jorc'an reel'-,' _
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and handsome one here KItlch to Lee in ---H-- -
Daniell. lot I ,' is positive his assertion that
that will give him lots of I block 14. Marmt Tract, $1 and: "'c rn. the arrangements ace all made dnI'N'ew '

comfort. Better ones for f considerations. Open high l Low Cl.lJ1. .-. York to underwrite 500,000| I '

more, but no shoddy I I Jane Williams .Asberry ............ : .{ 43'Lil.. bales, but the talent absolutely refuse -; SHINGLES SASH DOORS WINDOW CLASPBUILDING
' ones lot 11 of the II. S. Cooper Tract Joly-.43J. 3'i 43 at any price. a part of the Collins Grant $1. ..>r' in the matter, and it fell flat I MATERIAL.
New York Stock: : Market. Theia ware more or )less rumors in

Open Clot circulation regaining the political sit. II Phone II. 11.' 0. DeSILVAS. CO.
4 NOTICE .Southern Pac c.- 67>j M'f nation abroad especially the Moroccan
Copper.- 1" llKi conference -which was reported
A. 8.R.. 14 5 HHi ae progressing very unfavorably.There .
John White Store We have secured the services of ; .teh......................;... 9ie. 9115A.R. was little feature:! in the -regular -- --- M. Williams of Atlanta who is an
with the 2II.!
I news except'on'! of 1 Ii>
I pert electrician and we are now R.R T.?.-... S* !3i sales In New .
heavy spot Orleans Order
Specl.".' la Men's Wear, ter prepared than ever to do all : B. A O .. 1wS 110Kri. '-, the heaviest yestcrdar Your
of electrical .'orks'at moderate ...... 4 ;44T, ( of the present ICE COAL and WOOD
t 205-207 S. Palafox Street., Ring phone, 570 and onr r(>presenl.a.tlve C.F.I _...................... season' ) and markets.all reports indicated I
will call on you. Estimates i. U. 8..::. .4):'" ,' steady spot from the
In the absence of any cause for
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\t Phone 225. nished on all kinds of work. : R..S...._._.. 31 11.,1";i j speculative .support we hardly ex Consumers9 ,Ice and Fuel Company.

:l PENSACOLA ELECTRIC _CO \ L.A K..._.:: .,;.;.::;....',...W:_ 14s': foCttaetivltf'OJ') sustained strength In Offlc&- orn.r Chase aDd Tarragon Phone 259.
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205 STBaylen.St, Pensacola, Fla, 1r.ed..i.,....;:,ri.7'. 85j ..8tyt' the' market in th.e near< future..

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