The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Latest Tenegr.atjp_ -- News 5ervice-For iglt'1"' "and Dpmestfe-lPurnished by "The' Associated Press "

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THE WEATHER: : Showers Tuesday and probably Wednesday; light to fresh, south winds. r
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Try/ I Important Meetings Held in 'i"o; \! Agent of Government Called I Shreveport Mob Clamoring for STATE POSITIONREGARDING City Taking on Gala Appearance.

the White House Yes ARE EN ROUTE- TO CUBA.."; r to Stand in the Trialat VETERANExSheriff Blood of School Girl's in Anticipation of Big

terday.NOTHING s. By Associated Press. ?, Assailant. Event.GOVERNOR .
Chicago.By .
:. Greensboro, N. C.. Feb. 19.- ."i- t
I ;Congressman and Mrs. Nicho't

-N las Longworth spent several :"toi. i
I DEFINITE minutes in this city this after Associated Press. Traynham, of Roanoke By Associated Press._ COMING
noon on the Southern( Railway .OJ.I Chicago. Feb; .-Attorneys for the Shreveport La., Feb- 19.-While returning -

....1'E'n route it is said, to Havana, .'$< something of Killed While in Bed Sunday home from school Margaret
.. packers sprung a surprise SMOOTSenators
... Cuba. It is reported they will *;I Iof. !, I Lear aged fifteen, was atta<&ed; In

Was Decided at Notable Contri-- go to Jacksonville thence to todaywhen they summoned to Night. the public road near her home, two
Tampa, where they will take 95 the witness stand Special Agent Du- Carnival Association Advised that ;
? the miles west of this city ,this afternoon,
to boat
: rand, who cona"ucted the investigation
butions to Discussion. I by a negro who attempted to criminally He Will Be Here.

.."...",...y..._....11"....".."....!.3..>...".._...R ...""".t'...;o.t......,.,,,,,..'.9.._.'"...",,".......'.'.'.''..-h"" of the other packing_cities.industry in Chicagoand SKULL CRUSHED AND-HEAD ALMOST ; assault her. The girl struggled Senators Present Petitions of TDECORATIONS "

PRESIDENT MELLEN ADMITS I The questions put to him by the attorneys .. SEVERED WITH AN AXE- with the negro and screamed several Women But Define Their Viewson
times. The negro then shot her In THIS YEAR TO BEv,
for the packers covered the CRIME A COMPLETE':-MYSTERY

SOME LEGISLATION ALONG SIMILAR INDIANA SECT1OF !manner In which the packers had DECEASED *i' the neck with a pistol. the Protests.By MORE EXTENSIVE THAN HERE.1
AS WAD NO ENE- iNegroes who witnessed the act gave
LINES IS NECESSARY- surrendered their books for inspection, TO FORE COSTUNTES< FOR THf1i
the alarm. When neighbors reachedthe
and the nature of the information se MIES.
BILL PASSED BY HOUSE PRO cured. scene :Miss Lear was in a dying Associated Press. KNIGHTS, HAVE ARRIVED MON-V ,

HIBITING GAMBLING IN TERRITORIES STATE An.effort was made to show that information condition and died soon after being Washington, Fab. 19.-:In presentingthe : JTOR FLORIDA EXPECTED; TO 'f

other than that published In By Associated Press.. removed to her home. petitions against Senator Reed !
OF THE UNITED STATESBy The caught by Smoot signed by thousands of women REACH PORT ON THURSDAY. I
the report of Commissioner Garfield Roanoke, Feb. 19.-Ex-Sheriff Joh'nD. negro was a posse
had been led by Sheriff Ward two hours after of California and Colorado. Messrs. t
given by the commissioneror "Traynham, of Roanoke City was e
the murder. At ten o'clock tonight and Patterson took occasion ,
his subordinates to the department murdered In his bedroom Sunday) fully thousand men are around the Perkins Evidences
of the
Associated Press RESIGNS G ) a to-day to define the positions on the approach of thai
of Justice. night, the slayer crushing his skull jail with avowed intention of lynching festive Mardi .
Gras to
Washington Feb. 19.-Two Irapor against the Utah senator. season are now
and almost severing, the heati) with an the negro., protests be 'wUnes.sed :
upon every hand and If ,
views ,
The former said religious
tan: conferences on railroad rate leg A RECIPROCAL axe. The body was found to-day lying, the .
should not he considered in passing merchants businessmen and residents ;
non:! were held at the While House across: the bed in .a pool of blood.Tra'nhaD1. COTTON MILLS *
continue to show spirit U.at.is
the qualifications of a senator :
today, at Loth of which the situations Alleged to Be Short in Accounts was not known to have upon
TREATY and that his honesty and the attri-- now prevailing! the Carnival will be .

discussed thoroughly. Senator -- any enemies and the tragedy so far INCORPORATED butes that command confidence and one of the most successful and pl>ftnresque R
With State-Fred Sims ;
Knox, of Pennsylvania former attorney is a mystery, the police having no respect should be consh red above all In the history of the: city. "

general I, who is credited with hav. Appointed.By BETWEEN GERMANY AND UNITED clue. 1i4 else. Upon every hand decorations are ;la/
Traynham's hands cut as if an,
were By Associated Press. Mr. Patterson thought there were progress. The business men this year:
ing in preparation important amendment STATES, PENDING COMMER- effort had been made to ward of the'
Chattanooga Feb. 19.-X charter great constitutional questions to be are not carrying out their( former

to the pending legislation! anJ Associated Press. MERCIAL TR& TY, PROB murderous attack. !Was filed here to-day for the incorporation ccosldered and said these should'' govern policy of waiting uptll a few days ba. +

diaries S. Mellen, president of theNew Indianapolis Feb. 19.-Daniel E. ABLE. The murder washed his- hands, leaving of Wachovia Mills to manufacture bis vote; fore the event to decorate, but hay<'
'I Storms resigned his position as secretary the colored water in the room anti cotton fabrics. The capital stock
: York. New Haven and Hartford !Discussion of the pure food bill occupied been engaged In beautifying theft! ;
after ten is 11500000. The names attached are
this morning a
state carried the axe awaywith him. I with Carnival colors +
places the ,, i
; those of Chattanoogans but easterncapital practically all day flag.\.
minute _
Railroad conversation governor -
talked with the president at
: '
Hanley. The resignation was accepted I By As ociated .Press. Traynham wa9a Confederate veteran. is. believed to be behind the bunting etc. until now. though th.

length.) :Mr. .Mellen was accompanied immea1atelyT Berlin Feb. 19.chancellor Von and was 69 years' old. movement.. event lit a week distant, the city baa

hv T E. Byrnes his confidential as' Fred Sims; republican candidate, Buelow is confident that tha govern .k t-, a holiday appearance.

sistant. for Quo: nomination before thenat ment will have an "E'aAymator f),over i- EXPLOSION ,KILLSIXTEEN FAVORS A lOCK More decorations' than ever Df ":ro.a'e .
While no definite decisions werereachoij slate convention'was appointed'! -;the*opposition to* giving"the United TO "QUARANTINE I employed aunt considerable rivalry I
: ceed Storms to fill out the unexpiredj States reciprocal tariff rights for six
at either! conference, they e:fists as to which store shall present
term. in order to see if the : MINERS !
were notable contributions to the discussion effective AGAINST HAVANACITY the most handsome
Storms's resignation becomes II. Unitea' States will not agnes'to a new appearance.

of the rate question. April 1, according to its terms. .commercial treaty. AND DAMCANAL Governor Broward Coming.
Before that time according to Governor those of i
President Mullen stated to the As .. : The deciding reasons are
Eoriated Press" that ho agreed with I Hanley, Storms has promised to j: policy, as this is not regarded as By Associated Press Welcome news was received last
make up certain moneys alleged to be;' a time to engage in commercial hostilities OF Trinmlad, Colo., Feb. 19.Sixteen night by the Carnival Association. It
President Roosevelt that some 1pg 3' due the state aggregating over 16.000. which would be likely to lead GURATE QUARANTINE ON miners are reported to have been came from Governor BruwarJ and

.la'ion rl'galating'ralE's should be on t The payment of this money is a condition -;: It. political estrangements and trade killed by a dust explosion in the Victor was to the effect that the chief executive v
The statute books, but that the pend,. tinder which the governor 'e- ;relations with the United States. MARCH '1. \ Coal Company's mines at Matland,
milled Storms to remain till April 1 of the state, would be in Pensa-
I near Wa1z(>nburg, to-day. Five bodies
l iuR Hepburn bill was not just what
HOUSE CHANGED NAME have been recovered. cola and witness the festivities upon i
itfiht to be enacted into law. He OF U. S. COURT DIVISION this occasion When the governor

aid in principle, perhaps, it was very W.A.BLOUNTJR.TOMAKE By Associated Press. Postmasters Nominated. President Argues in Favor of Plan passed through the city a few days' 1
"satisfied: that Associated Press. Feb. 19.-City Health Officer
well but he was ; an ox By Mobile. : iI
Washington Feb. 19.-'Among other since he stated tbat he would ve present
K-am could be driven through It at ADDRESS Washington.Fb.passed the bill.changing 19.-The the House name today I Rhett Goode to-day announced that nominations. the presio' nt today I Submitted by Minority of if possible; but he feared that a
Mobile would establish quarantine
several points. sent the following to the senate:
division of tho
of the "Southwestern" press of business would prevent lit" I
States district court of Georgia against Havana and other Cuban ports Postmasters, Georgia, : C. Robinson, Engineers.By
United I has now sent his acceptance of the
C. W. Moxley Wadley.
THREE BILLS PASSEDIN :' on March 1. Eatonton; ,
HOUSE YESTERDAY ELOQUENT YOUNG .PENSACOLIAN ., to "Albany. vitation and will be here for' in.l j M

IS SCHEDULED TO SPEAKAT event and'it is supposed! that he ""
Associated Press. '
be accompanied by some members oft
Washington, Feb 19.-Three bills DEFUNIAK NEXTSATURDAY Washington Feb. 19.-President '
his !family a* well as several of the ;
were passed under suspension of the -- --- Roosevelt to-day transmitted:: to congress K
state officials.
in the of the Board of Con-
rules requiring a two-thirds vote q -r report
the Panama Costumes Have Arrived. ;a
the house today. sulting Engineers on

Th first makes gambling unlawful cnal. with a letter to the secretary of Costumes for the mounted knights:
Next Saturday promises to be an sxeeptionally .
the report! of the Isthmian Canal attendants upon the King and Queen
in the territories of the United interesting day at the !>?- : war.

Stau-s.! This bill is directed particularly Funiak Chautauqua and particularlyfor ,. .z ....=,, '. '. ; : Commission and other documents connected and tho e occupying places upon the t

: at Arizona ani New Mexico Pensacolians. W. A. Blount, Jr., r therewith.In many handsome floats have arrived f
is the most prominent figure on the the and have been distributed 4
a letter the president favors the In city
'A h is stated, gambling Is licensed -
Tp it which will .j -
and his address .: ,
program ; those who have been selectedto
be made in honor of Washington'sbirthday ": report of the minority of the engineers among ,

Th., second provide additional work promises to 'be well worth. -.i. for a lock canal, lie argues thatit hold these positions. The costume:

for ;ih.. census bureau by requiring going to hear. The program in full II can be built at half the cost of a are said to he beautiful and were eelected I

will be as follows: sea level canal the cost of mainten- and mane by one of the most :;
siaustic.s to> be taken on insurance In New
Saturday Program. ex-perieaced costumers Or.
ance would be much less and it couldbe ;
fisheries! electrical industries savin 10:00: -Biblical Hour: Rev. George leans. r
built in much lees time.
?* hanks and crimes.The E. Gowdy. Florida to Arrive.
11:00-Address: W. A. Blount Jr.; The message was received In the
third appropriates fifty thousand The big monitor Florida of the
Promenade Concert: Carrico'sRand senate and referred to the committeeon
2:30- '
,) dollars for the purchase of coal i : and Orchestra. : 13 interoceanic canals. Coast squadron which has been assigned :
to Pcnsacola to represent the
lauds on the Island of Bat an. one of: 3:00-Splendid Entertainment: 1
ts to reach-here about Slt&K?
lllu. navy I is expected
Faces, ( v
Fashions and
the Philippine "Fads Q I
i TAG SENDERS Thursday if not sooner. It la possible
tratedV Charles W. Sullivan 1--
bill prohibiting( gambling in i ) Artist that she may be accompanied by .
the clever Crayon '
the tprritories classifies gambling as; and one or more torpedo boats althoughthis a'
7-00-Unlqu.? UP AGAINST IT : has not yet been definitely an- G
follows roulette. lansquente Concert
: "Faro, monte Concert: Ohio Conservatory

rouge, tan, fan tan poker Company consisting; of Maud .RainsContralto RP011.CU I nounced.
Mabsl l Hennessey.Violinist..
seven and half, twenty-one, chuck- I
alupR.: or any banking or percentage Eme'lie Ehret Adams, Reader014

tftme.; or any other kind of game played Ballards of England. Scotland and BEING FINED TO THE EXTENT

with cards or dice." other nations by the wonderful Soprano in- ,Qo4 }ZS OF $10 EACH. TARBLEREMAINS ; t'

Mary Florence Stev.ns, Foxeoow
unique anil: picturesque costumes.
1 Many Fensacollans( who are aa'dict- WERE .PLACED AT REST r'

FOR ARCHBISHOP ed to the habit of collecting tobacco
CONGRESSMAN coupons, will find themselves facing I .IN ST_JOHN'S CEMETERY

ORLEANSBy $10) fine of the posiofflce department, SUNDAY.
OF NEW unless the present course of the officials
is changed. Already four or fire
PRESIDENT OF UNITED MINE : \, persons residing in this city have W

WORKERS OF AMERICA DECLINED Associated Press '. 0)- :. teen find $10 by the postoffice inspect The remains of Colonel John M.Tarble {
Rome. Feb;: 19-The Congregation! r for violating the postoffics regulations. who expired at his home !.

NOMINATION.By the Propoganda to-day proposed the :4/ I this( city Friday after a lingering Hi-:
to the Pope of Bishop Blenk, of : : Recently orders were Issued !)v the: ness, were placed at rest Sunday

!name orto: Rico to succeed Archibishop depaitment that the sending of tobacco : 1 I manfrienlb and acquaintances of the
Chapelle as Archbishop of New Or -. '. and other kinds of coupons throughthe ) ; deceased being present to pay their
Associated Press. -' mail with writing on the inside of! lat: sad respect. t
>\\ York Feb. 19.-John Mitchell, leans. the -rackakes while first-class were I The body Wu placed at rjt In St.

president of the United Mine Workers ; i' being bandIed as fourth-class and thatit chits cemetery, where a large number '
RIOTING ) ; of relatives and friends had:
-f :
America today received a telegram RUSSIAN must cease.Injspectors 1
followed the bojy to the
arriving here have caused gathered or
from Peoria III, in which he was offered .. of Pensacolians to .contribute final place of rest and who remainad
I number
he democratic nomination! for HAS BEEN r CHECKED < k'(.M) r a $10.00 each for the violation A* during the short but impressive cerf o !

fonjress to represent that district ....V J long as no writing of any naturs Is mony.
ltr Mitchell immediately replied to contained in the package it can 1>!3 Colonel Tarble had many friends in
Jbl" death. lie
who mourn
Associated Preas. sent fourth-class mall matter. Pfi'cacola
the By as
convention! declining the nomina- -wife tobomas married k
x- being Imposed all over leaves a
.Kieft, Russia Feb.rT1VL1e The fines are
tion. He states he would not accept Geomel where YET. the many packages, having ome years!! ago. and who nat the sympathy
cesses near SHOWN country
tn> Political office while at tho headof outbreak occurred yesterday, resulting I1s.SOUm-JIOLD A MINUTE AGAIN IN TOM; CAREERI'WAVEN-r.BEEN teen Intercepted In thy mails en route of the community la: hr:0 b*

the> mine workers. Mr. Mitchell's! in a large part checked.of_ the town being New? Item-The ..state of Missouri wi resumeIta UmufrJl, Into-Uie-Standard-Oik;, ..A1a.1m.Fe b JJ1AO'13c.., to their destination. >eavt2'le'
burned have been --'
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Saleswomen's' Peril NEW FLORIDA/ ITALIAN 80R. SMOKED


Selected grains perfect
Facts About Mist Merkby' Daogertoa
Illness Md Complete Core LIFE. INSURANCE:CONCERN WITH BY MILL MEN AND TURPENTINI fermentation make f

Have yon ever thought why so many
'women or girls rather walk an hour INCORPORATED.The DESIRE.
than stand still for ten minutes? I ftaeami Dm [LiUkZIS.NOLAL&


Sunday Issue of the Jackson. Turpentine operators, saw mill men

villa Times-Union' contained the follows and other employers of labor, now :* *** ** ** i

: have a most excellent opportunity to # PIANOS AND ORGANS *
Letters patent have been grantedthe
arrange for securing the 'very best # CASH OR EASY TERM'S.t.

,incorporation of the Southern; WHEN LIFE'S IN THE BALANCE, class of Italians from the country districts # All Piano Work Guarantee ?
Life Insurance Company and yesterday CLUTTER ?
of the Jack nym- & RUSHING12EASTGOVERNMEwr1
Italy, says
they were filed for record in 'the when 'highpriced medical specialist ?
are doing their best to prolong existence Times-Union, and the men who are *
office trf Clerk of the PHONE 476.
r 'P. D. Cassidey,
, ttt Circuit Court. -isn't It poor policy-false economy -really desirous of obtaining this classof *i .

The at -to patronize any drug store simply laborers should confer with llr. B. .*islr*'if** $ io'lo: I f:
new company Is capitalized Rye !
on account of low prices? We ,
who is ii
F. :Buck York, now
cf New
1 1q $1,000,000 divided into 10,000 shares at don't scrimp remedies to save a cent
a value of each these there what here in the interest of locating colonies -
par $100( and here or -we give you your Professional!
,are to be offered to Florida Investors physician orders and charge accord of Italians in Florida and other Directory

r I the incorporators wishing to have thx ingly. Wewant you to deal with us southern states.: Pure and stimulating., Least
not unless satisfied that THOS. PEBLEY
new company an exclusively Florida but you are :Mr.Buck is the third vice presidentand ,
concern, as far as possible. you will get here the best and purest general manager of the Italian n'reactive eftect due to its LAW. REAL. ESTATE. LOANS AND
: MifAfcreb1hfenf fey The Incorporators ore well known any druggist can supply. Association.aNew COLLECTIONS
American Agricultural
business anal I professional men of
: Jacksonville, which is to be the headquarters York. He is the personal recre II -i; perfect aging. .- PHONE 553.
I J tis because mo8wou1eJ1Bufefromiome The Birthplaceof Prompt Delivery '
of their delicateorganhm. of the new insurance com- sentative of Right Reverend Bonaven ob1v : -
; the discomfort of which Is pany Daniel., M.A. S.D. :Allbritton.Johnson. P.R. D Bowen\ Cassidey Phone 1100.. ture F. Broderick, president to Jacksonvilleto of the association Worth: your while to get .'
in motion
r less than tryingvhen when standing they are and John W. Dodge taking out confer, and with comes saw mil' men and<3 T G. YATES M. 0'1 D

;L I In some states laws compel employers letters patent for the company. others from various parts of the state it. ii ,

to provide resting places for their female of The the directors charter calls for March the first 15. meeting 1906. in'F CHIPLEYSpecial 11 relative to locating- colonies of Italians _______ Phone 16,,Lewis Bear & Co., OPTICIAN
:p employees. 404-408 Palafaz St. and 2-10Main: St.. 3OB THIESBV BLILDIGfl
.1. of law the Board of Trade rooms on :Main ,
But no amount can regulate Last December Mr. Buck was here Pensacola, Fla. 2
I the hard tasks of these women. They street and at that time officers will be.electe:6J -- with several membersof
.i must get the strength which this work : for the ensuing year the bj to The Journal. and conferred committee of the H. T. CRAWFORD
4 .. demands or run the risk of seriow laws and regulatloss drawn up and .Chjpley, Feb19W.: H. Pnbble. accompanied -- the immigration, and with ,
diseases and the surgeon's knife. adopted, and all preliminary business by Ills wife and daughter:: '. Jacksonville Board of Trade Holland REAL ESTATE.
k f Read tho experience Miss :Margrei yet unatteded to, rounded into shape. came to hipley from Pensacola Feb several other gentlemen who are interested De Ruyter (( ) GinLEWIS
l Merkley, 275 3d Street, Milwaukee: Until this election. M. D. Johnson 1'). Mr. PribbleVag in the last stage ; in securing a desirable! classof MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS COL,
president, IL Bowen Danielas immigrants. At that time he out. -- LECTED.
!. Wis.: serves as of consumption antD! died Friday Hiorn
I) r Dear Mrs. & :- vice-presid, A. S. Allbntton as ing. He was embalmed Friday night lined fully the plans of the associationin 414 THIESEN BUILDING
Gradual lost of strength nerrousiww, secretary, and P. D. Cassidey as by undertakers from DaFunlak and regard to establishing a permanent Pensacola, Fla.
bMrtng- own pains and extreme Irritationcisupdlled treasurer. These officers together the remains were taken back to their exhibition of .Flor'da. products in
me to eek madtcal advice. The with John W. Dodge compose the temporary home in some central locality in New York: ,Again Under the
Camargo. nightHe
Ill. Saturday !
Ii WAnhcveTT7UtolU
doctor said I had diseased organs and nicer- ?
board of directors. spent last winter In Penracote city where prospective: immigrants can users o morptUu,
: a&on; ,and advised an operation if I wanted ,
t:: to get well I objected to this and decided Powers and Object. and part of this but getting worse' he see for themselves Just what the state Management PAINLESS 3gft/Sss! / !
r togteLydiaE.Ftnkbam's Vegetable Com The charter sets forth the objects came to Chipley. but too late. can produce in the way of fruits, vegetables -' Mrs. Helen Lewis 1 1 Wn80n Iiliuy.a
pound a trial. I soon found that all the good and also its ) large book of
of the company aa being to conduct a Our high school is overfiowi.ngNea.rly farm products P I U par-
' things said about this great medicine were '
* i true. The ulceration soon healed barkache. general life insurance business: :300; students are now enrolled Umber and mineral resources association etc. "I New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated I., U1menL trc
1?: I headache and nervousness disappeared, and Straight policies, annuities, ennbw, One grade has been obliged to find It is not the object of the Adlresbt.nu .
. U t In a abort time I was strong rigorous and ments and other forms of insurance! quarters in another building to secure donations of any landi) Especially Convenient_ for Transient Trade. ft B.1O4)&rOISt H. WOOLlWbIsksy ,
:r f perfectly welL I wish every working, girl will be written.,and a general life and Mr. Chandlee, came back from the in the state. :All that is wanted at Cure t
t% .i who suffers would try Lydia E. Pinkhara's accident insurance business conducted cane grower's convention a few days present is a guarantee that the products OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
Vegetable Compound. since. HS wag the only delegate Irons will be furnished. for the exhibition -
Lydia E. Pink barn's Vegetable Compound also.The company given full power to Washington Co. The contention was and that a sufficient sum will be
i is vegetable tonic which invig. buy and sell real estate. hold and sell! held at Mob'le. Ala. The next will raised to mainta'n'! the exhibit and Safes! Safes! Safes!
1 7 orates and strengthens the entire female mortgages and to exercise all the general ha at Tampa where cane grows till it properly care for it.

rg i same organism.benefieial1'f'sults and will in produce the eases the of powers usually given to business blooms which lakes about sixteen The railroads have agreed to provide /Vo. SBO3. Buy Diebold Safes!
A organizations of similar nature. months. the exhibit, and at the meeting
otlierslckwomenaswitbMisaMerkley.te Active work will be started Immediately The late rains have Interfered very held last December, several gentlemen c.w.LAMAR. PreaI4l11t. JOHN FFCIFFER. Assistant Cashier. Scarritt Moreno
and full particulars regardingthe much with the grades in the deep present promised to give liberally M.E. CLARK.VfcvPrMUMt: aid< C*.hl.r. J.W.ANDREW. AssUUnt. Cwblw. ,

plans of the new company, the ,clay cuts on the B. C. & St A. R R. towards the amount needed foimaintaining
o-t1re11; buying of.stock, etc., can be secured Fourteen car loads of steel rails are the ,exhibit.It Agent
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. from the temporary president, :Mr. M. on the road waiting to,be laid as soon was proposed at that time that THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
D. Johnson. as the grading is completed the matter be explained to other men ,
Pensacola, Fla. Spring ,will be backward this season who need the services of a reliable! tw PENSACOlA ILL wcr5i
. Keep Moneys Here. on acount of so much rain. The class of labor and secure from ,them
It is.stated that about $2,000,000 or DESIGNATED' DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
: ; ground Is too wet now to plow and endorsement the project. Mr :
of All kinds that want.
Is annually taken!! from Florida 'Will you
more and planting be delayed.
Buck is'now hereto confer with those CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $69,030.
to premiums on' life insurance ,

1Rf KIondykeCafe policies companies taken having out headquarters by Florrolana in.the in The Kennedy's Original Laxative Laxative Honey Cough and Syrupis Tar. I all interested employers! It will of large'be to numbers the interest of laborers oi. <, DIRECTORS. OAK AND PINEcheaper

if the
to get together and see
I Iflti different states in the north. This It expels fill cold from the system bj I proposition made by the association .Henry L. Covtagton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawncr, than you can buyIt
money is all spent in the north and acting as a cathartic on the bowels. : cannot be met. and steps taken fa J..M. Pfelffer, W. s.. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, anywhere. Any size you
little direct 'benefit comes to Flon-la Kennedy's' Laxative Howy'and Tar i91 immigration to the Bryan Daiwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R.Saunders, want.EC".
and only through the payment of the a certain, safe and harmless cure for this way' ip attract'\ A. M. Avery, W. H.Milton. 0. E. Maura
frlt policies when the death of the hold?r state. W. I,. Cawtnon Dr. W.J.
colds croup and whooping cough. association to furnish Hannah McKenzIe Oertlng, I: OLVVLLL
occurs does it accrue to the interestof The proposes "1 ""cGc.wIn. C. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. .
for and
those who
any one in the Estate. to apply laborers
The new company intends to sell PnrU Kxi* itlaa For 1010. who satisfy the'management that they Phone 614.
its stock'as far as possible, to the In spite of the tact that the last Paris have quarter to. afford them proper I Accounts Banks., Individuals, Corporations and FlimsSolIoit.d

;., people of this state. Only a certain exposition was not a financial success care laborers ''Who will at once begin Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
amount will be disposed of in each and the statement that there would preparing for their families to

section:; the "incorporation desiring to not be another "show" for many years, come and settle,on lands to be,secured DIRECTORYJoppa
Tnos. H. Raucher, Prop. have stockholders in as many parts of it now appears according to Le Figaro by the' assocIation! for colonies. -- -I

the state as possible. The terms are; of Paris that a parliamentary com The complete plan 'Will be outlined Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.
L unusually favorable, in order that the mittce has quietly planned one for by Mr. Buck to all who are interested Joppa Lodge. No. 6, I. O. O. F,
slock may be put in the reach of: people 1916. The committee has been directedto enough to apolr-to him for informa meets every Tuesday evening at 'l:3

i Lpstairsi corner Zarragossaand I with only1' moderate means and draw up another report on the sub i tion. \ o'clock at Raflord Hall West Oariei
not limited to the wealthy only. ject. Under the old scheme of expo- Going to the Bank Often is St. Visiting brethren are cordlall/in!

and Baylen streets. sitions originated In 1855 the next exposition Startling But True. Ylted.
DEBTORS' PARADISE. should be' held after an Interval People th, world over were horn- T. IL PLEETWOOD N.G.

I I of eleven years.or in 1911. fled on learning of the burning of a I. W. GINGLBS, Sac.tljanSm. .
The Fine Art of Living .n Credit In I Chicago theater in which nearly six Excellent Exercise. _-
, Eneland. hundred people lost their lives yet Pensacola Lodge No. 3. K. oil"I.

Just Opened Judge Emdea's latest dictum that more than five times this number or meets every Monday evening at MJ
over 3,000 people died from pneumonia Castle }": '
England is the best country In the WORK WEAKENS/ o'clock at their temporary
in Chicago during the same year, People who go to the bank regularly and over Pen stable. W. Intendeneia &
world for people who want to get into
.. with scarcely a passing notice. Everyone often and deposit of their Visiting brethren cordially welcoinat:
debt.is borne out by business experts, THE KIDNEYS of these cases of pneumonia resulted a part earnings, J. A. KIRKPATRICK.C.C

t'h says the London Mall who emphasizethe from cold and could have been get something more than mere exercise. H. HOR8LER. K. of R. &S __

Everything New and Up-to- ease with which it is possible to prsvented by the timely use of Cham Ratnt>on Lodge .fli

obtain credit In that country. berlain's Cough Remedy. A great Thoy Are Laying Foundations. 30. K. of P, meets esetl
?;ii; Date. The manager of Messrs. Stubbs' debt DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS HAVE DONE many pneumonia who have had every warded reason it off to by fear the Thursday evening U 1:810:

collecting agency recently expressed GREAT SERVICE FOR PEOPLE prompt use of this remedy. The following Upon Which Fortunes Are Built. 4 J o'clock Hall in their over temPCriiCastle Pro t>,

4 _- entire agreement with Judge Emden. is an instance of this sort: Intendencla street
... debtors find WHO WORK IN PENSACOLAMost 'Too much cannot' b said in favor ofChaaiberlaln'b ble. W.
... "One reason why England Visiting knights ara corilally -'
: This bank f9ur'per cent interest
H so profitable a place." he said. "is be- : Cough Remedy, and es pays welcomed.
Open Day and Night. cause- of the facilities they have for peclally for colds and influenza. I compounded semi-annually, in ifs savings JDKIRKCC.J.LEVY.K.ot8L& 0-
: Pensacola people work everyday know that it cured my daughter Lauraof
evading payment. The county court ; S.
in some straned.! unnatural posl a Sere cold, and I believe saved department. .--- -
is slow and cumbrous
procedure Lion-berjimg constantly over a desk her life when she was threatened wltn Knights of Columbus.
compared with the more summary : I Meetings of tU
-riding on jolting wagons or cars- pneumonia.V. D Wilcox Logan
methods of other countries. A man doing laborious housework! ; lifting,, New York. Sold bj all druggists.HIS Knights of Columtou
PHONE 960. who makes up his mind to do so can reaching or pulling or trying the back are held at their fcaj

often avoid payment altogether in a hundred and one other ways. All No. 8 West Intewfce-
"A man can obtain the necessary these strains tend to wear weaken and cia, street, on everr
FIRST BANK evening
'MARDI GRAS credit with ease. Keen business competition injure the kidneys until they fall behind Monday o'clock. Aa '.
has much to do with this. The I in their work_of filtering the poi I .1 extent
great advertising firms who sell everything i sons from the blood.. Doans Kidney id
OF PENSACOLA. FLA. to visiting Knights.
m\\ from furniture to Jewelry on the Pills cure sick kidneys, put new
LUNCH installment plan, are partly responsl. strength In bad backs. Pensacola TV H.KKOWLKS.Pres w.K Hv.n.JR.,V.,Prea. and Cashier.. FOX Grand Kafctt.
It. r. W. BReNT and W N.HOBEHTAsst.Callhtere.
:. ,J The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres credit ble. The goes man to the who local wants tradesmen.goods who on cures John prove Stearns, ship carpenter by; DlBHCTOBa' -F. C. Brent. W. A. 81G. .e':1.H.. gnowie,. W. K. H/er, Jr. .Recorder. mPensaoola

yterlan church will serve lunch Mon traJe) living on West Zarragossa St.. LOdge No. 4, J. 0. O. F.
r In needs must supply him or be cut out by __- --- Pensacola No 4 I. 0 0 ,.
day and Tuesday Feb. :26! and 27. says "Doan's Kidney pills proved Lodge .
the installment nrms Eventually come
'!'A, D. :Morrison's! store. corner Romana more than a bonanza to me when I was meets every Thursday evening at 7:31
; i and Palafox streets. Following Is the the county court proceedings and the in a pretty bad condition. I had back. at the' new hall on West Gard s,
knowledge'that there are no goods to corifo'Jr
menu: ache indigestion and ,sluggish kid- street. Visiting brethren
MENU distrain on. neys. Tha kidney- secretions were B. }.(.JlV..IfUI..C.UBU', MAMSJUCLD' MORENO, .t.Cl..nti.. Invited, EL GREENBLATt

Fish Chowder..... .. ..,. .....15e "Many advertising firms sell on not normal and caused me inconven r''[ r J)' J. NEVILLE, Secretary. ___
r, Potato Salad .. .. .. .. .....lOc credit merely asking for a small deposit ience. There wa% also, 'more or less Citizens National Bank Daughters of Rebekah.

z Turkey, Ham Roast Pig.... .....lOc and making_ little or no inquiries brick dust sediment and they were ofa of Fene.eola Florida. Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Dawjhta"aebekah : Gumbo. .. . .... .... .. .. ..25c about the customer. I know a man rdldish and unnatural color. I also eotor_. meets Monday nfg tat
.4 Chicken Salad.... .. .... ........ISc now staying in Kent who has provided had spellsof dizziness. &. adaches. Geo.W WrtKht; MorrU Bur. 1'. .. Wellea 8 o'clock in L every O. O F. hall Vi3.t-
S, Ice Cream. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...lOc I himself with both the necessities and My back ached after,a hard day's work au If. Robtnioti. L.Hlltofl QrMa. Ing sisters cordially Invited to be pre*:

Cake..... .... .. ... ... .... ..5c comforts of life for years on credit and often it was as much as I could do 11IE&J _A-ENSR\L \NK1NQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED. .ent.I .

Tea, Coffee.Nick's "The upper and lower classes find it to get home in the evening on the account I MRS. PEARL WTTKOVSW:

easier to get Into debt than the middle of my back paining me so across I MISS WILLIE KENDKICK. & _

4 classes.' An army of peddling travelerssell the across kidneys.an advertisement By. accident about I Dean's came .O............ ..... ...................i.............. M. E. B. A No. 81, meets firrt acl

Buffet and goods, varying from tea to Jewelry Kidney Pills and thinking that they J. S. REESE; President. E. W. l4 NEFEE. Caaalcr. third Wednesday evening at I::30 P-
to the poorer people on credit, while in R. M. CARY Vice-President. { lalencla >
might help me I procured a box at m.,' Raford! 'Hall. No 10. West
l the west end nearly every great business Sidney Kahn's drug store, corner Pal- THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOU.
Restaurant) is conducted largely on the credit afox and r.omana streets. The first I :I street.A.. G. FELL Pres.

. system. Aristocratic customers must box helped me wonderfully and I con -You know I was a goose Director -L. J. R-eves, J. 6. Reese, W. OtC. Kessler, R. M. Cary. f. L. -
la the only place. la of fact Its not be offended by requests for cash. tlnued the treatment. The secretions hen I married you. VV. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J.. Hoc ton.. ; SWEENEY.wO.rv...
In Pensaco
tlnd "The businesses that suffer most In from the kidneys were entirely corrected He-Well were no thickovCREW TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Live Oak Camp No.1. w. t>). w.
the west end are those of Jewelers tailors and backache became a you YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. V 1st and ::-1
dressmakers wine merchants, hat of the past while the Indigestion thing from .......O............................. .... ..... neets Wednesdays in Pythian in each Hall month. \1sItn.!

ters and provision, dealers, while every which I had suffered was relieved, as sovereigns cordially Invited.
firm that'advertises extensively is vic well as the headaches and, dizzIness. NOTICE. F. A. BOOHICH. C. C.

timized."' I can say both from experience and Neither the captain owner ... LESLIE E. BROOKS. C'erk.! -
Pensacola. bore out observation that Doan's:Kidney Pills K M.C.ry, """ .I'S, .I..:MMS*...
Another business expert this consigners of theDutch .A.Ft'c
or Pro*. '-'. '-' SM.... Woodman's Circle.
cities cannot view "A professional debtor," he said, are a reliable kidney remedy. a steamship .Sliedecht, Wholesale and Retail Dealer IB W. O. W. C.. Oak Grove No L
Larger "can make quite a decent living If he Is For sale by all dealers. 'price 50 will be responsible for debts Circle meets every Ttar-:

boast of a better equipped Is the prepared to take some risk and knows cents. tFoster-1l1lburn Co., Buffalo ,contracted by, the crew of Steam.DomeSticAnthradte. C 0 A 'L Woodmen 3 m. 2d floor Pythian Hall, over
L Wlace.] Tho service New York, sole agents fbr the Unit lay p.
\ best that can be had. the ropes.' As, to the west end credit ... -. q said vessel.. and Blacksmith Wsv., stable, on Intendencia street
system.' full extent Is well nigh In. ed States. I* VIRDER.Master, Office o.t3 South Palafor street. Telephone 33.P1 Visiting sovereigns cordially! fn.fteJ.

credible to those not in*the swim." Remember the. nameDoan'aandb.k Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez sweats. Phones' 6 'and 372 Hrs. LeOna: Langford, GuardIan; M"*
.t t Nick Apostle Propt'r no other. ,-' w. C. wrrocH & co. 1>{. B. Olsen. Clerk.I .
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1 I NEW HOME FOR i Jointache lAND CASE IN .... -'. C -,, t,p

CHRI5TAIN C. H R is one of the main symptoms of THE II. S.S : ':. :"' ""d

that tenible disease called Rheumatism $ UF :. .

; which makes life a daily :. .. z"

CHURCH torture HAMLINS'to many thousands. S COURTSuit ... ,

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Property at No. 43 East Gregory WIZABDOIL of Mrs. Kittell to Compel

Has Been Purchased for Issuance of Deeds Argued LVfv.

AND $5,000.0'0Evangelist is a treatment which affords a Yesterday I

positive qure:: for rheumatism and *- .,
&fP ,'m O. P. Ptegel and the \ allied diseases. ,- l'c.ts
II : .. ,.. congregation of the Christian A noted case; and. one which has <

being congratulated on' the Churchare bea.I'Uful Applied externally it relievesthe been in ,various courts of the state, : >*> yi ; G t ; I -

prepare property pain at once. Taken inter. and United States 'was argued yes :4 LV
they have
secured fIr .
their future use as a church. I* is nally it cures permanently by terday in this city before Judge : ,- Ai Acfs 'Pe: s tIy -

j b,, .gt-nnz,\to l located at No. 43 East Gregory street, purifying the blood of the lactic i I Charles Swayne. of the United States VXv > -

,,,*"\u-n l less: than a block from Palafox. The, acid which causes the disease. I I court. TIle attorneys engaged in the -FOC m? I ct.S' Betcfiicis ici 11y.
t4), .it, .. C consideration II I case were Attorney' General W. H. Ellis: > %>- (> ;,' 4/
11, : ) five thousana':!! dollars.is understood)lr. Spiegel was[ Anthony Smith, of Mayville 111, 'and Ex-Governor W. S. Jennings for :c.-: *vv.-fti Jk-'W, I-tV 4! ( rr\ily a s aL La.xe.1: : ; -

re 'fl <*." ( came b<*foie the audience ;;! says: "I had such severe rheumat. : the state and Fred. T. :Myers for MrbKitteli. /

lie! nrr.. uring the we.'k one night I ic pains in my arm and shoulder I who is the complainant in the 5Cxco Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the, ({
( laid
and the propo--l! '
sn: Zl
J well biformed
= af'a and to the healthy because its/
Hon case. -
On, of before the congregation and it that I could neither work nor sleep
w;: make vas unanimously agreed to and was fast all The pioceedmg that was arguedyesterday / component parts are simple and wholesome'w
buy the losing hope .of and because it acts without disturbing the
new price property.I Then the was/ a suit by Mrs. Kittell. "
"I evangelist said* cure, when I heard of and tried of Nework ./ .- ..-.'.- Sf'..s .:'i natural functions, as it is wholly fre? from/,
holds ,
who -
came here more to look out and Hamlins Wizard Oil two bottles the claim! of ;. .. :" every objectionable quality or substance In ,s
b U}' for this church the Tallahassee ,and Carrabeile road i: .. .
a suitably ,
piece I
the of used
process manufacturing figs are as
of real> of which performed a perfect against the internal 7
estate than to hold a nvival. permanent improvemen; f"ml t'1 they are pleasant to the taste, but the medic.i !-:
I i t though our cure." Price, 50c and $1. [ of the state. 'It involves th.) [)as -<*** ,1L y
membership /
\ ( has been increased s'l .L W i nal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from, ,
; more than one hundred percent For sale and recommended by sion of about 180,000 acres of land e -W-4:; ., ;'T ') S an excellent combination of plants known to',

during the meeting And1 now WHITE'S PHARMACY various counties of the state, which: /' 3&r / I be medicinally laxative and to act most bene- *

'you have unanimously agr.td to buy Phone 180 Pensacola. Fla. it is alleged: were granted by the stateto : ( ; j ficially. To get its beneficial effects-buy
the Night Phone 446. the railroad.
property referred to and jf vou the genuine-manufactured by the
buy it it While the present case involves
must be paid for. Now I !

[ For Expert I \Ve want to see how badly! you want it Lessons in Cooking and Sewing.t the about case 180,000 involves acres fully the 600.000 principal acres of,, **&$ 'i .

must raise two thousand dollars Cooking: Vegetables, meats, salads'!I now In possession of the state. Thereare I

at least tamght I have net' : met deserts, pastrycakes. candies, breads; several of these land cases, anJ L SYRVP
J. F. mj Waterloo and I do not want to course. of 12 lessons $12. Sewing: ) all} are alm Identical" IWNIA flc
I drafting cutting fitting .I" At the conclusion Q
meet it h.re in thU great city? Then dressmaking' of the argumea's
213 :: Pleadges to be paid at Classes for women and chi'dren.! Five I yesterday afternoon Judge Swayne VC/' .
sight we'ecalled lessons $250. M. .\. McIntyre In- announced that he would take the IcoL
The Latest for and within half an structor. 301 Wrst Chase. Sfeblw*, case under advisement rendering decision' /tewYorJttY
hour the handsome sum of than later. "
J more ;: For sale by an leading Druggists in original packages only, tearing tie Suit
two thousand dollars waj .raised. The $ :' IUUBA of the Company,
remainder will be provided for till the .
R. church can meat it. It is understoodthat | Amusements II MYRTLE GROVE .
the large i
Watchmaker. double parlors will befitted -

and up Immediately with special e I A GENT'-' MAN.S TASTE IS BEST harness; to bar and sell cotton: t
30 S. vestibule entrances so services can beheld _* j II SUITED WITH A operate' cotton gins and compresses*
there This I I Special to The Journal. l t McDAVID also to acquire purchase and sell real\\
gives religious -
Last Night's Play. I Myrtle Grove Feb. 19.The big estate,.both improved and rtpos-ed. _
l bOtb', the fourth largest In this: Hanlon Brothers' "Fantasma" at meetings CERTIFIED CHECK5c _
conducted by Evangelist whf'l'evesituated., all of which lines;,
country a most beautiful down town th-e opera house last night was a veritable Kegel at the Methodist church at My'r. .. of business may be carrred on in the
l location. treat It was a treat to all who t I) tie Grove closed last night with a I Specia! to The Journal. CIGAR. State of Florida or any other state.
T The services at the Tabernacle Sun- saw it, as it contains: enough variety.r large crowd present.' but the good' McDavid, Feb. 19.-Mrs' C. A. Bow- ARTICLE III.
} \ and day w.ere well attended. At the even to appeal in ,some way to every taste that Mr. Kege-1 outrivaled his great mna and two little daughters, of Flo- All the qualities of flaror, aro- Capital Stock.
ill. .In the service> the house waa full and the' Pensacola has seldom seen anything I.1)I effort at Millview. His.great oratorial mation, are visiting relatives here. ma color and goo material The amount of capital stock' snail
"" evangelist gave a sermon on "Free' better when it comes to scenery and[ powers were again Oejmonstrated as i Mrs. Pringle of Pollard Ala.., is the embodied! in it be six thousand (6000.00 dollars divided
Mr and :\ Grace" which was highly spoken of by electrical effect, and as for the man J,j he was able to not only draw great guest of her daughter Mrs. O K. Bow into sixty ((60) shares each

:Vw\ York the audience. Miss Brrow sang a ipulation of scenery anti stag "aft,, crowds but hold them fairly spellbound man.Mr. A. Greenhut & Co. share of the par value of one hundred
\ beautiful solo. Mr Spiegel said after' it was very nearly perfect. every night for two weeks in : E. A. Mason of Bluff Springs ($100.00){)) dollars to be paid In, in full
'' ., fifty days meeting he would take; a It abounds in the dapstick! Com thisjextremely busy place, with a re-. was here y stenay.Mr. : DISTRIBUTORS, in merchandise and cash.ARTICLE .
'h tug day to rest, and a night: to let the edy," and is filled with lots of comical suit that! more than seventy souls : T. iH. Cushion of Atmore. Ala, PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. IV.
.em; <'rs, church rest and have no service Monday situations which are handled with were converted to the Christian cause. was a pleasant caller here last week Term of Extlstence.
| l i." St. I night, hut to-night h,5 will preach 'lightning rapidity. Many came from Pensacola to bear After spending a few days with The term for which the corporationis

"hos L on "Whv Not Preach the Gospel and Last night's audience was large, -and I this talented preacher and as one home folks here Mr. Archie Bowman LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTMASTER'S to exist shall be ninety-nine ((95)
Iand! K K. Let Others Alone?" Miss Gladden enthusiastic.The. roan was heard to S8..r i *to sit ba- has returned to his work' in Pen&a' years from tile Issuance of letters '
kpt' ar> in will sing. fore this able orator for half an hour patent.
tiP s VlSltt Rajah of Bhong. would compel a man to, put his hand W. J. Brewton of Bluff Springs, SALE. ARTICLE V.
t',.: B .c"I Afraid of Strong Medicines. The "Rajah or 'Bhong' which is' lu his pocket, to feel for his ,old jackknife : ,visited his father Mr. A, C. Brewton By virtue of a tfecree rendered by Officers and Directors.

\ atarnu, Many people suffer for years from scheduled to visit Pen acola next.Monday : ,I, in order to identify himself." of this place Scnday. Honorable Francis B. Carter Judge The business shall be conducted by
of the Circuit Court of Eacambia
|I I Myrtle Grove will the Miss! Rosa Gibbon went to Pensacola
and never forget
| rheumatic pain and afternoon night is said be the following officers viz: A Presi
Thp rir\\ Y> prefer to do so' to Florida the 10th day .of
and will until:1 County on
visit of the. evangelist and will alwaYs yesterday remain there
ffiria: \ J 10 rather than take th! strong medicines one of the greatest musical comedies, Gras. January', A. D. 1906, in the case of J. dent a Secretary and Treasurer and
after Mardi
point with pride to the date tat
usually given for rheumatism. not on the road The Norfolk Despatch!L I a Board of Directors elected by the
in O Jennings against J. C. Van Pelt,
Real es'iTi' i< will commemorate this great event Mr. M. E. Baggett spent Sunday
knowing what quick relief from pain has the following to say pf the pro, Flor. I stockholders annually The following
Sheriff of Escambia County
E pOll! ni::-. duction Mr. K< gel and party are being entertained Atraore, Ala. as '
may be had by apa'yin! Chamberlaln.s : named incorporators towlt R. A. Bon-
administrator of theesttte
Ida ex-officio
jval crowd of lively Pensac'a ,
at Mr.
Mrs Morrel's a
and Quite
siai'" \\ aaj:: "
l "The I ifay J. l.! Bowman and J. P.
Pain Balm ,"Rajah of
and without taking' Bhong" was present deceased HarrIson
of Lawrence Alexander -
tNwP :t-and by Mr. Beal and Mr. J. Tanton. boys pent a pleasant!'; day with friencs ;
any medicine internally. For sale by ed at the Academy of Mus:c to two; ; here Sunday. and Maggie Alexander, I will shall constitute the first Board of Directors .

Hi andIrs.: all druggists audiences far smaller in proportions Mr. W. E. Gannon and )Ir. B F. on :Monday the fifth day of March, and conduct the business until*)
t> 10 \\'" M La than the play deserved the musical CAPTAIN'S STORY. Jernignn have just returned from A I A. D., 1906. tell at public outcry for those "lected at the first annual election ;
"It- of a fin? numbers being 'extremely pleasing lu=iruss trip to South Florida: cash before the county court house shall be qualified The annualzne i
net home Electrical With this company is one of the; How He got Out and Stays Out of 1 Mi-3 Amanda Grant of MuscogedFli. door in the city of Pensacola Florida, ing of tde stockholders' shall be held on {
'hI' fishing Displays For strongest specialties seen at the Aca. Trouble. ,. is visiting relatives here. during the tegal hours of sale the the first Monday in February of eaa t|

J (hapmai demy" this season: that of the Elmore:I Captain Abran Jones, of 174 E. 36th: Mr. Frank Smith.of. Bagdad. Fla, following describes property, to-wit: year, and the officers and directors{
"a "h of : Mardi Gras. sisters in their travesty on grandop St. Los Angeles CaL tells an intr- was: In town yeateruiay.Mr Three and nine-tenths ((3.9)) acres of shall be annually elected on that day. '' '
among the ra. This team received three encores esting> story", and f says he can be publicly -' B. F. Jermgan wag a visitor lot one ((1)), section twenty-seven ((27)), The officers shall be a President a}
dl\: Let us uut In jour electrical display and responded with a verygo d' I quoted: here Saturday but has returned tn his township one ((1)). South, range thirty Vice President and a Secretary: and.
for the Carnival. We can do it bet- exhibition of buck and wing dancing. 41 draik coffee all my lIre" he says home at Pollard, Ala. His many ((30)) west, fronting the county road. Treasurer, and such other officers asv
()! th.. to-, cheaper and Quicker than any Mr. C.. I* Colby the musical director,, "and to no harm I thought till friends hope to see him, back again in the county of Escambia, State of provided for in the By-Laws. R. ..\.J)
the worriers is Florida. Together with' the improvements Bonifay shall act as president J. P.j|
other> firm. Nothing too lave or too deserving of praise for the fine about 10 years ago when a variety of; coon
t i.e four 'werp small for us. Ring phone 570 or 671' rendition of the musical numbers I ailments attacked me one after th >! }f.... Wiley Nobles, an emp'oye of thereon and the beroditamenta Harrison, as vice president and J. E.1
csse1 d ) : and our representative will call on L other. the L. & N. R. R. Co. has been home and appurtenances thereunto belong Bowman as secretary and treasurer. i'
i'espd" on the you. COL. FRED L ROBERTSON I "First came a disordered stomach,, on the sick list but am glad to say') ing or in any wise appertaining. Deedat f until the election and quattficatloa ot\\

Mrs Mallory! : ASST. ADGT. GENERAL U. V. C. followed by palpitation of the heart he is improving. cost of purchaser. officers at the first meeting.
b\ her mother Pensacola Electrical An order from General StephenD. which was very severe, some attacks Mis MattU Bowman who has ben SCOTT M. LOFTIN. ARTrCCE VI. .
last night for Co., .I Lee commanding the United! Confederate lasting 4 or'5 hours at a time. Then' :differing from neuralgia is able to DC Master.In Limit of Indebtedness
tn l the fane'! Veterans has been received ap- my 'bowMs got out of order and I cut again. This corporation shall at no timfr
Brother Mr. 205 S. Baylen. pointing Colonel Fred I* Robertson of suffered from chronic; constipation Mrs Ullie Davis who has been on Escambla County Circuit Court. !incur an indebtedness or liability e\
toJ"a.\ Tallahassee, assistant; adjutant cener This ran on for soma years the sick )list j for the past two weeks State of Florida. In Chancery Idelle' reeding fifteen thousand ($15.00000)1
",. -------------- ---- ------ ---- al of the United! Confederate Veteranswith { "Finally I quit the drugs and struggled is aide to be out axain.Mr ; Dothe vs Max Dot he. Divorce.. On dollars..
thf, tarn: th> rank of Bngadiergeneral, along the best way: L couW: tak, and Irs. D. T. Hall Mr Frank Monday the 2nd day of April, A. D. ARTICLE VIII.
T"lIon famous The order is signed i by' General William .. ing the advice of friends but never Sn:ith. MISs Amanda Grant and Miss 1906, the defendant Max Dot he,is r2- Names .and Residences of the Ineois.
in > | licklE'. adjutant general and getting am better At last I was .\nnic'B.. Nobles were the g usts of quired to appear to the bill filed poratorg, &.c.
O S' of his <,hief-of-1aff. says the Jackaonvill, taken 50 seriously sick that I had togo I Niand Mrs. Bud Hall and Miss An- against him herein. This order .to be The names and residences of the In.
'IT'f'llral'f.g are GoodTrousers TIme>!"-Un on. : : to bed and th doctor told my Li.. Bowman Sunday. published once each week for ((4)) four' corporators and the amount of stock

Oreen,, i is The news of Colon?! Robertson's appointment -' family I could not l'f>("O\"er. Mi!'s P-urnes. of Pine Barren. Fla.. consecutive weeks in The Pensacola subscribed for by each of them are as i ,
"Ql1hS f
e '; HP ( will come as a surprise to "White I lay in this condition a was vis'ting her cousin Mr. McDonaldat : Journal a newspaper published in follows:
('al": will. : hi; man frl?nds.thiougbout the state friend suggested that I quit drinkingthe Oak: Grove Sunday. said Escambia county A. M. McMil Name Residence Shares Amt.f
on th( JT\ i iT l and I to hH comrades of the Florida Di old kind of coffee and try Postum Rev Flllingim filled his regular ap--lan. Clerk Circuit Court. By L. G .fl. A. Bonifay, MefDaviJ Fla. 40( $4,000,
M- new u>' i vision United..Confederate Veterans Food )1ree-to see what it would do I \ntnvnt: at Oak Grove.Sunday at 11 Aymard D. C. Pensacola Fla., Feb J. Bowman, McDavid 'Fla. 10 1,000J. ( ;
I!. 'hE' ("Ours" ''FvervwhcTP.: how-ver, it will be receIved for me. He sahi' Postum had pulled o'clock.: I 20, 1906. 20feboaw4w) .P. Ihrrison.11c.David. Fla. 10 1,000,
.i:: have for i I Hold Creases i as good nE'ws.as, General Rob- him through wh n he was similarly afflicted IN WITNESS WHEREOF we.. the ii'
.former. ertFon has; been> a 7 alous worker in Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. NOTICE IS HBREBY GIVEN that subscribing incorporate, hare here. .1' l
"..,*" Of lat I I all that concern:?: the old soldiers. '.1 took his advice, quit coffee and Fol y & Co. Chicago, originated the undersigned int nd. to apply to unto set our hands this 19th day of...
"-en associated I r I From the time' of the organization I I drank Postum. and in 2 month time : honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung the Governor of the State of Floridaon January A. D.. 1906:. .t
wtor In f Well : of tL.. Florida D vision. Unites': Con was in good health I was so elatedat I! remedY, and on account of the great; the 2ith day of February A. O. R. A. BON1PAT, 0'
lral .\ fE>derat Veteran> :*. until the recent dl the result that I told my doctor I[ merit and popularity of Foley's Hon 1906, for letters patent Incorporatingthem J. E. BOWMAN. .t 6.
:a? ofPW vision reunion, held l in, this city last 'I about it. He! wasn't very well posted> ey and Tar many immitations are offered ., their associates> and successors, J. P. HARRISON. ..
SIH> to ., The carerut'dreg er .colonel then) was in continuous ser. did not believe that leaving> off coffee ware of them.> The genuine: Foley the name of "THE BOWMAN State of Florida] f
vica as, adjutant commander I and Postum had anything to duvith : in yellow MERCANTILE COMPANY: under Escambia.Before .
(It \anil1 knows this, jou've worn I I using Honey and Tar is a pack. County of .
..1f.s- < fr trousers that the creasewouldn't With General Flemnunss selection I' my improved health but that It !. aea Ask for it and refuse any sub-: the followirig proposed charter and ar- the subscriber a notary pub- -j
1 R 1f' Ribbon stay in day after as division commander his term of5ervIcendei i, was due to goo}' medicine and good ['stitute. It is the best remedy for tides of incorporation. lie duly commissioned qualified and ,
a > the '''
: new commander'!advice from the family doctor; that I coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alemberte.j .' R. A. BON'IFAY. acting in and for the said state and '
I ther"ere pressei.That's ;; I feeling that it was best for all con '[' my sickness had worked out of m'svFtam / and apothecary. I J. E. BOWMAN. "county personally appeared R. A.Bonifay ,
because they were I'I j druggist i
rerned to hay.5 the II
PECULIARLY adjutant general> i in I the d/seased conditions that I J. P HARRISON.' J. E. Bowman and J. P. Harrison l"-
not made of the proper the same city as the division '
IS common, had been developing;; for several 't'ars. Articles of Incorporation of known to me to be the indivlduals -.
I material The trousersyou I tier. and Colonel Magill wa? appoint-. '1 I that I could now look forward to THE BOWMAN MERCANTILE CO.| ) described and acknowledged that
get here will hold cd to the office. 1 I health for some time to come A GOOD CARRIAGE.When '
\ 'in.., 1P : I cr?as'ng: bp"autle'the material I good We. tha undersigned, do hereby associate | they executed the foregoing hi trtl.
and that I had better resume coffee
ourselves: together for tne purpose -' meat for and
; uses therein
ben is first class The i HON. AND MRS. WALLACE BRUCE I. drinking in moderation and thus save you want a ',ooi carriage, !, purposes
; of becoming a body corporate under expressed.
'''M >." a' patterns are varied as 4 IN PENSACOLA I of service and saf and careful I
YESTERDAY !! trouble
t I 01) family preparing an prompt the laws of the State of Florida I{ Given under my hand and official
,.. U'hl\ also the prices which lion Wallace Bruce founder and > =\tra beveraga l'enl1a '.. treatment, remember theoriginal Ieptqsl. i .
of which hereby aeoc I seal this 19th of
''I.' the provisions are day January A. D.
.: frends. range from I president of the Florida Chautauq-ia)!1 "I took the toctor's: advice. stoppedthe 1906.
pouto( was in the city )yesterday accompanIed: | Postum and began drinking coffee HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE.
( IIPtnt'nl. ; by Mrs Bruce again. The result wag that all PHONE 185. The following articles of incorporation -I (Signed) J. M. HARRISON, '
'h.Ot, shall constitute and become its J. F.
'';Led I Mr Bruc3
appeared to fce
in trooping
splendid old troubles cane back
''I'11..r>, health and mv It founded fn 1892 and It has a charter upon the issuance of letters 22Janoaw4w. -
aro a I $1.00 to'S6.00 when sem: bv a Journal -I and I was soon once more seriously was
polite and careful drivers patent according to law.ARTICLE In Escambia County Circuit
r representative reputation for
;ip-lV t' *> he said that he had Ill. Then I becam alarmed, and
informed cabmen In, I. State of Florida G E.
spent<< a delightful summer in Scotland swore off coffee for good and all, and and the best Anthony, complainant -
tnt t)( '"eve the land of hi birth and the! resumed the use of Postum and got the city Following tbs membersand Name and Place of Business. vs Ha Anthony", defendant
I It' df''tt>lopment scene of his boyhood cars' well again. their hack numbers The name of this corporation shall Upon motion of complaInant., It Is!
1 A. J Leggett,. be "The Bowman Mercantile Com i ordered that the defendant l he
d.'r'irdptl ; The ChautauQua season' this year "My health is .now as good as it A. M. Soloman. No. ; 1i >e
: .dh' "robable I said Mr. Bruc\ was opening up the ever was. ,:My dvspepia is gone I No. 5; J. Stallworth No 7; J. E. Mor. pany." Its general office and place of:i! is, required to appear to the bill of
: ranety best in the history of the association never have heart palpitation any mor ris No. 8; S. Sunday. Jr.. No. 11; C. business snaIl be lcD 1vid, Florida. !; complaint' filed against him, on the
; The attendance from Pen.acola last: my bowels are in ;good working order, H. Taylor, No. 12: O. Abde'cothe! No. ARTICLE. II. I I 20th day of March A. I'). 1906 and
H. 0. ANSON Saturday was over 200 and the crovds and all th; little ills that go with the 15; R- J_ Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear- Nature cf Business to be Transacted.: that this order be published once aweek
TO from all over West Florida were' big ones have disappeared old. No :21: S. Bibbs. No 26; M. Pat The general nature of buaineoe, to,'I, for four (4) weeks In Th .Pen. frgacola
CURE A CASH CLOTHB ]large. "It Is ,now 5 years since I quit 'coffee terson. No. 30; A. J. Braswell. No. 77; be transacted shall be to 'buy. sell and Journal. Thus done and or-i
;TXf.UH> \ Mr. BruCe says that he exacts next and began to v&z Postum aJll a' in All the above are nice closed car deal in all classes of mercandise, such j II tiered at Pensacola.> on this 20th day$
fui Drug !& to Ure : days DeFunlak has seen sa the attrac- for medicine." Signed J STALLWORTH. Pres. hoes, crockery and feed stuffs; to I I I Millan,. Clerk. by L. G. A "1Dard. D. CJ .

r-i. ott each I > ---- .--- I tions are especially well selected. There's" a reason By C.' H. TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres. buy andel1 live stock.wagons: andj I (seal) Oreboaw' '

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., 2a r rftbtlbaf poverty. They ought to be shot-I H: --

j Punta Gorda, Herald ,. ';. *!
r '* # EVERY *
Ia J1mfnal Permanent Encampment. SHOULD BE HAPPY.

The citizens of Starke are mak.iu: '$1 THE JOURNAL'S

t great efforts td have the permanent # Jacksonville ;Times-Union.. D
: encampment of the state troops located e: ....:. "\

Daily. Weekly. Sunday. near that town. What has be- H-- H i .. "
come of the committee that was appointed -
; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNIMQ EXCEPT MONDAY' by the citizens of our town After all the true science of life

-. '- several months ago at a mass meet- is living -and' :.dying: '.right. It may bei EDITION
Ing held in council chambers to g:t that he who has amassed a million has l ANAMACANAL

: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. the state to have the permanent en had less ont of life than the mall who| .
campment the state troops located, dies poor, but honest-it may even be
here? Have they ever made an attempt -! that the poor has-:had more real enjoy1ment
J'RANX L. MATES Pawn D>> Gxmxai. Maracas.t to get the encampment Or: and profit :out of life than the I I
did they get discouraged becausa some millionaire to whom sea and lanai "
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. of the other towns were making; the: air and man's Ingenuity have paid tribute -' IS NOW
same efforts as themselves White and been 'butministers at command I

t Spring Herald.; 'It Is not. denied that money I '

.t SUBSCRIPTION'RATES. rightly spent may :do much for man's I PRICE 15., CENTS. BY MAIL, 2O CENTS.
Jumping on Mr Bryan. mind and body and soul-it does not* ,

t4 !..Ot. ?tr_.._.$* 00 One Month...*.____ 41 Of course Mr. Bryan is responsible follow; because a man is rich that he! -
a Six Months..2&O I I One 'Week.- 10 for the boycott; in China-one foolish is Inferior by any means. But it does'

Throe Month.._..* 1 25Papers Weekly Edition, year*! 00 I word from him. Republicans would follow, almost Inevitably, that he who, --;
have u$ believe, does moiu harm tnan has labored for years to amass a great ORDER BLANK
oa Sale at mil News 8tan&Li aU the wise speeches of the President fortune has deprived himself of much -- : -- -

; i 1 delive-I with; the .iuiioritj: of even: as he has also ga'ned much- A suberb'y illustrated ,

t E THE ONLY PENSACOLA j s nation bsftmd them can correct or and it is not certain that the rich The Journal's Panama Canal Edition.The
disprove. It U; very strange; that Republicans man at fifty has the advantage of him work showing .Pensacola .
CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURER Insist so earnestly that Bryan -who .has not waited to enjoy and, to Pensacola Journal. ,

Is so great anti; so strong after doing live, j I' as she is to-day. The most Pensacola Florida.
t OfflCM: ltt and 110 East Government Street. all in th ir power to kill his greatness Now wealth ly not possible to, the! 'I! Gentlemen: Find enclosed herewith 20 cents in silver for \

TELEPHONE No. 38. and diminish hs slrenthi! Sure great majority, but the best things oil I .complete and expensive, one copy of The Panama Canal Edition, which please send to
Iy we are driven to the conclusion that life are possible to the average manor the following address.. .
t Bryan must be president or subjectedto woman. We need not go hungry;j) special edition ever issued

.PNSACOLA, ITLJOfRTDA, TUESDAY :HORNING, 'FEBRUARY 20,..1906gMHW solitary con1inementl, t he ruinus or, naked because we are not rich :\\ I
f a1l.-JacksonvUle'TimesUllon.! woneed. not be idle or shiftless because "
$ I I 10 have not the means to'embark in the Deep Water City. ,

****! .rX 71dif read allot the ads. some of the time, A Cheaper Remedy. I in great undertakings. But we I, ,

f and some of the ads all of the time. 5.000 each was paid by several of are made to feel poverty In a hard t I i Following i are some of its .. ,
'WHERE THE JOURNAL: all the country's leading financiers last climate-the savage is the wiser man: ", > .
CAN BE FOUND. It is an axiom that an intelligent week to a man in New York for al;' when he wanders 'when he may with I special features

---- person is never mislead by an'advertisement pair of magic shoes that was claimed the pleasant weather, as civilization
lit. The Pensacola Journal Is on would cure rheumatism. Come to is now beginning to'learn.
and In this city merchantwho
,. sale at the following places- la ; a White Springs gentlemen, you can But-the Floridian has the finest ,
the city: would publish a misleading advertisement get cured for 1.10 that price by na- climate and he need not
oa earth,
; .. Bay Hotel. would commit business tur 's own healing -waters. White envy the savage or' the millionaire. Over 100 half-tone views of Pensacola, Pensacola Bay, and scenes in surround-
i G Cods Book Store. suicide. Spring Herald.
With contentment why. should any
r *> Depot News Stand e man lack all essentials 'Books arc ing country. ., '

, ** Gem Hotel Book Escambia.Store *iG- In the stores the opportunities to Rocky Road Ahead. cheap; magazines-'are now placed at Page of Pensacola Bay, showing depth of water and points of interest
t The best advice the Tribune map .
Merchants Hotel. secure SOME: THINGS come only OC- can every man's door; and with these we
4io Southern Hotel. .+.i casionally. When they come th-eyare give to the professional gamblers is: can keep up with the procession or about the place
MOVE. They seem to have a very even travel if imagination be not
Thompson's Book Store.' advertised. There is other
4 Walker's Book Store. *; no- way by rocky road ah ad. Tampa Tribune. lacking. No Floridian should sit still I A special article on Pensacola and the Panama Canal by W. A. Blount, )Jr.
learn them
which you can of than
sl Unaccustomed to it. while his name is thrown into the,

l "r "if ahrzytw at tir al lyFxx. ruxas-line 1 fry' reading the ads. So unaccustomed to its us?, an Atlanta scale of oppression, nor need be. But: A Review of "Historic Pensacola," by J. E. D. Yonge. '
# oman who recently swalloweda with Just laws equally enforced why;
Can you waste lots of time in shopping tumblerful of water, imagined she should not every FtorMIan lire happy
ik ,Railroad Defiance of Law and sorely try your ,patience, if was poisoned and "cut a caper' until even though neither rich nor enrolled Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal on Pensacola, by

you have not first read the store ads. convinced that a little water! now and among the,wise or the learned? Governor N. B. Broward, United States Senator S. R.'MallorYUnited States Senator
Should Be Made Criminal. then is relished even by an Atlantian. We are a happy people If we but knew,

# Ft >A: new dictionary is to be 'brought Apalachicola. Times It, since to each happiness may come J Jas. P. Taliaferro, and Congressman W. B. Lamar.
It Is an unusual thing for Senators a a a when deserved.
out-in order to define in a comprehensive 1
I ; i Tillman and Lodge to agree upon any manner the !Word "graft"--ikge- I A "Romance of the Fleet," by Nellie Cravey Gilmore.

) subject but they seem to 'be of one Herald.

mind upon, the question of railroad Needless to say the edition: will be The Side of Life An article on "Sugar Cane in West Florida" by Judge )no. Thomas Porter

rate legislation,. according to the following Sunny
In several valumes if all the different "
article which appeared In a kinds of graft are enumerated.The "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago, by Senator Stephen R. Mallory

.z r i! recent:; Issue of the Philadelphia Inquirer Republicans accuse Mr. Bryanof :" An article from the National Sportsman. entitled "Pensacola, the Fisherman'sParadise

Senator Tillman Is not a man who responsibility for the Chinese boycott ? r : ," by Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.Pensacola .
can be safely followed as a rule. He Next thing we expect to hear is ,
is one of those persons who reform trade statistics, from his report to the Chamber of Commerce by
that he Is back of the Revolutionary .j: ;j c ,
the world l>y destroying It and build- ,
Ing all over again. Thus his extravagance -party in Russia. Secretary W C Jones.

1 of language Is not always taken -
t seriously. But sometimes he says The Weather 'Bureau seems to have '

things that mean something. lost its connection with Medicine Hat f

: For instance, while discussing the Old Boreas has probably established

f resolution to Instruct the Interstate a new stronghold. .' The work is attractively printed ,on heavy enameled paper, and the half-tone

Commerce Commission investigate views which embellish it are not only representative of the city's widespread pointsof
''a : the coal monopoly and Its relationsto We might pass the .'hat and raise : :

. long the as railroads crimes committed he declared by that railroad"50!;; enough to help Uncle Sam get that attractiveness, but they are superb samples of the engraver's and the printer's art

magnates are overlooked and the enforcement i I Custom House elevator started a'gain ,
law Ineffective The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at the news'stands! and throughoutthe
,; I of is I
makes no difference what kind of Itl John Rockefeller is apparentlylost --- l; city, and out-of-town readers are invited to send In their orders on the coupon

I ; you pass. You will never stop this, as effectually as the late lamented j .
t railroad devilment until you put some- Charlie Ross.'Washingtongocletyis. contained in this announcement. Address all! orders to
-* millionaire in Jail and force him to I Proper Treatment. r !
8cnbbl a--I have written a new plat
wear the stripes of a cnnlnaL"That probably glad earedThe Servant dirt. '" .' "
!; was his way of putting it. butt that it is all over. Newspaper men I Quibbles-A comedy eh! S
did he go a step: further than the conservative If'r1bbles.-No!': ; a tragedy,t 1 IJ.ut ; THEPElVSACLAJOURNAL
are ,
4 Senator Lodge of Massachusetts .
* t ? Mr. (Lodge did not shoot .
off any fireworks but his cool lan- Pensacola Florida.
guage was just a* effective< more 20,

it In fact, coming from such an unexpected i VOX POPULI I C es t First FUjrwrlfc&t; HOW.you thlM a. a raoccMful >

: source. play can be made out ot a novel
We should restore the former penalties 1{ $H,," H I Second Ptaywrlsht rt&IAly; U nil
of the Interstate Commercelaw e.5;_ Just leave enough, cf the notel out. '
which should 111 HH i $$ Hia a l I I the value and disposal of the fee slut-
not have been re Signs at Street Corners. .
I Editor Pensacola Journal M pie estate; Besides, there Is a legal FnOT BALL GArj1
evasions ( : tfl.Co
0 published rates punishable t) CONDITIONS IN limit to all contracts affecting lands.
street is the northern TIMBER COUNTIES *
I by Imprisonment, he said. And ba tied for
'No real estate may up
''boundary of between
the Spanish -
i he "went on: corporationor i;
The men who perpetrate these evasions the city of Pensacola, antf is there- n Memphis Commercial-Appeal. tlC more than a life or lives in being ani

i In defiance of the law suffer but fore the historical and proper base : 1 L1'Lw 8 ten months and twenty-one years PENSACOLAand,

. I little by a fine even If it b, a heavy 1'ne! for numbering the streets running : H ffl(thereafter As the law is thus particular -

't one. Their resources are too large to ,east and west parallel to it as to lands there can,be no question -
make a money penalty a serious one. as ;In[ his interesting communication oa reasonable FT. BARRANCAS
k fix the
For this very reason they are persons they are m fact numbered to the northon "Timber Lead Monopolies" in },llss'&- that It would ,
yc'geoztwg5 time limit all contracts for the
who would feel acutely a punishmentby the New City Plan of Harding and 1 sippI, Lee Jackson of Summit, Miss. removal of timber on especially when a benefit

imprisonment} and that penalty Lee Palafox street Is the historical discloses P distressing condition of failure to remove operates both in restraint

ought passed"For to be provided In any law. whichis and proper, as ,it is the actual baseline \ affairs-says in some the owners of the timber of the land counties.He : having of trade and as an Injury to... CARNIVAL ASSOCIATIONat
for the
the streets or freehold
, once Tillman run to syndica.tesfind
i and Lodge agree, sold timber: rights
and the public will stand with both of ning north. All the streets and avenues themselves unable to clear land Moreover we dare say these timber Electric Park
for the timber stand-
contracts call
L them. north of Wright street lend themselves for farming because the tImber' pur- ,
ing at the date of the contract It
to this, regular numbering and chasers decline to remove the limber.
is unreasonable to suppose that they Thursday February 22
Secretary Taft Is said to want the it Is to be hoped that the City Father He declares that many of the larger convey the r iht to remove present ,

Canal, Zone enlarged.: However, It Is in ordering the signs at the street purchasers of these rights are simply indefinite timber and also that which may grow on arrival 3 o'clock car.
their purchase
l' large enough to hold all the canal corners, will use numbers Instead of period, or until the stumpage upon the land In future years. We Admission 50c.

There is on it at the present -writing. names; and so enable even a strange they have bought shall reach figures understand that once the timber purchaser ,
has exercised his right and -
M to find'his way to_any point north of satisfactory to them. ,.
cut over the lard it is the end of his
. Ad Reading Wright street. West of and inclusive Was Cruet lIocclah l' We can hardly conceive how sensible In
, right. He may not return twenty
t Hewitt-Tou've heard the story they tell : men-and we know the and-owa- CAKE
Is Profitable. of Oliva street, the numbering can be about Oruet refusing to have a toothbrush I' ; ers of (Mississippi have a full share of years and collect another harvest.consequently
' extended without confusion to the named after him because he didn't I the right to he has no legal right to any
If all mothers trained thplr dadRhters south of Wright street wan' his name In everybody mouth. i. 1 Intelligence-could sell the timber save that which is timber upon and
; though fo ..Jewett-Yes. but I've never understood cut timber without specifying in
: to read the store ads. as regularly the sake of distinction, the avenues why anybody wanted .to name. a toothbrush 1 I contract a time limit for its removal: the day he purchases.' .
u as they practice their music fewer might still retain the letters A, B. C, after him. }Oi.iiarEevoa. Mr. Jackson however, describes a condition In the nature of things then, he CHICKEN SALAD
lIe.1tt-We11. there is a slight resem leads ought to be made to exercise this right
which 1 if he is correct,
young men would shy at matrimony. etc. which
I they now have. It is a blance. -within the reasonable time else he
to the belief: that large areas of this
1 great pity whoever arranged the numbering .Jewett-What do you mean? The Esffacrd Ctrl'. Hal, will receive a future,growth which he
Once in a while something is adver- of the houses, should Hewitt-A toothbrush 'has brlatles.what. Is a ringmaster par land are forced! to continue In a state did not pay' for when he bought the SALESaturday"
presume The, girl who wears your rlne.*,., of pature because the timber purchasers -
tised which you have long wanted, i able from ignorance, have taken Garden can not be comi> 'lr.l to gather stumpage.It .

but have ben unable to find. Today : Instead of Wright Street as the the crop they have bou};hL is possible that the courts hun Feb. 24
not been called on to grant relief from ,
may be one of the "once in a whiles." :base line. You First Something: bust be raHcallr; wrong '
cross ((1st) the distressing conditions described
here. CertA'nl/ the contract does not>>
I Street n rt'h.and, find the houses numbered -- by our correspondent. We feel confident at
that the be
plainly stale titabT is to
To the man who Is going to buy '7------
a Four Hundred.. (-tOO) when they the! however, that 'some relief is
removed only at will act rl"1-!!:
suit of clothes there is nothing in the 1 available. If it is trot then Gerelds
should be One our correspondent's Rosenau &
Hundred. (100)); but I f ure of the puchaser. Unless an option -
paper of such personal Importance as : suppose it is too.late to correct this I ,' of this kind in the purchaser is suggestion that the leg .
the clothing ads. in tae Islature be called on to intervene Is
blunder. emphasized cDairact: we think the
both timely and wiser by
would be !
no court apt it infer its ex
To find the exact kind of dress fabric W. H. DA.VIS'OiC istence. Even with this option plainly Daughters of the ConfederacY

jqu have wanted, and to receivea ty Engineer. stated it is questionable If it could

little change from the :bill which you 'i-" H ttt or should hold entails in a court of equity. I HI. Last- Prop -KaMketl- Oat. The. proceeds will go to the Soldirl
Years broken in
had set aside to buy it with, should ago were "Ignorance of the law1, .you know," 'Home in Jacksonville..
England because real estate thus tied
compensate you for a very careful NEWS AND VIEWS ia looked said the Justice of the peace ".. no de-
up was upon as blighted to "
reading of the store ad.s FROM STATE PAPERS. progress. We believe a similar view fense.

b.. 'yT .l X14 it would be taken by the court of any i "In that case," replied the prisoner MUSIC IS THE VOICE OF LOVE

About the only women In'these days t:. i ?E 'I-'l- contract which carried with it unreasonable ; *yoa wouldn't have a leg to stand on The quality which mates its note

time conditions depressing if they ever hauled ;you up. would the tones of passion: and echoes "
who do not read store ads are those Ought to be Shot. your*-Chicago Record-Herald. toe heart, is delightfully realized ill

'Who cannot read at all. Burglars are disgusted :with Editor Yrper our Pianos. They embody the w#:J.
Frank Harris., of the Ocala Banner N progr:
est results of a generation's
The woman who studies the store because, on robbing his house of Hammer blows, steadily applied i break -elastic touch, 'responsive acton: '*

ads carefully may pay herself a fee two purses' they found: no money In i The the hardest rock. Coughing; day after lasting tone quality. There's no'a
them.. They'wrote him a note to say .. Thought Tmey Were Gkosta. Jar of West :
day Jars and tears the throat and lungs home In Pensacola or ?
for makes out
every shopping trlp.she he is ''"mt aner. than the preachers," Willie EMI* Smith is afraid M *o oat under :::r
Soanda LIke O...' to his backyard after dark. until; the healthy tissues give way.Ayers but that can have a Piano
of the she is able to
save. whom they also robbed of L1ka.-
money a few' : Ems (reading)-It sayi they were mar Papa WhyT! Cherry Pectoral' stop the hard wonderful ''plan "Pay when you
nickies. Those Ocala burglars are' tied and were happy ever after la It a WIWe--Th.ne got three wbitetrue'story Coughing heals the torn membranes. Ask us about itCLUTTER
you can't read all of tlie'ads all of the meanest They"rob d-I ? benches .ri coughing,
ever an papa ( trees three whitewashed and W.h"-_Ma lsl WenMMl. ?. .. co.. MUSIC HOUSE
the-time; but, l"ou'are-- ise,'jou :1't'm 'tor and then denounce him for his, Papa-Ko; a fairy.tale,pe& /_. iron, dog pauxttdjvUUk tba,_at.*.t ill a.r aa11ds.s.f r.: .... Penancolj Fla.

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CUT. IT OUT" CELEBftATIONB BYI i. Direct from Saves Prevents Oar Dealers'Adulteration Distillery Profits to"YOU""" I H. [ lEE S SQ U UAHE E ETO .

says surgeon's the of doctor medicinal to many treatment of his lady that patients, because he doesn't KNIGHTS Of I HAYNERWHISKEY CONTAIN OLD VIRGINIACHEROOTS

That such a medicine exists, however, has been proved by the

vnderful cures performed on diseased women In thousands of PYTHIAS I RELICS

I cases, by
A FULL QUIRTS!! $4.20 I Package of 3 for 5 cola

WINE f WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES U" (fff cheroot is
a cigar

CARDUIWoman's The "Mother :Lodge" of Pensac la',rued, Four Cannon, Which Were Used made without the

OF Had Speaking and Refreshments FOUR HAYNER, FULL PRIVATE QUART STOCK BOTTLES RYE for of in Wars, t to Be Mounted ) k1- & -head)

I ,.
$3.20. MM! we will pay,tM) express
Last Night. charEes.: Trc It have your doctor test There. Make your smoke-
Relief 16 I test it I any way rOIl tike._ If yoidMlflmJIt -
i all rirllt and the purest money go three times
\ and best whiskey rOil ever y-
r It has saved the lives of thousands Pythlaus of Pensacola spent a most tasted ship :t tack to II' at R. E...Lee square which the Daughters as far! .
of weak sick women, andtas enjoyable evening last n.ght, when our expense md your $3.20 of the Confederacy are endeavoring
rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime ofcLnrJc Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. Knfghts of will be prompt! refunded. ,to' improve and make an honor to Easy enough if you

Invalidism. It will cure you if you will only give It a chance. Pythias known as the "Mother Lodge" At our distillery one of the city, is to contain more relics that ;f don't have to pay for
Sold at every drug store in $1.00 bottles. Try it. of Pensacola, gave a celebration at the largest and best those now !n evidence.
I the Castle Hill, the occasion being the equipped In the world< ,we nuvATr stOC Four mounted cmnon-thos: user/ = the costly work of

forty-::econd anniversary of the founding distill an average of 9.580 in wars of long ago-are to occupy
f WRITE US A LETTER of the order. 8-allons of PURE WHIS- making useless heads
GAVE UP SUPPORTER"I KEY a day. When you positions in the square at whatever .
wore a supporter for years, for There was a large crowd of Pyth- buy HAYNER WHISKEY point the committee of the U. D. C. on your cigars.
my womb, uhich had crowded fans in attendance not only membersof ,it goes'direct to you eaargnjy may select. The cannons are now in .e
everything No. 3. but also from other thus $ Nothing to throwaway
down before it,writes Mrs.S.J. lodges from our distillery 'aanus use as corner posts about tha place
In the city, as well as visiting breth- assuricjr you of perfect "1 but w;m! be removed and after
We -*+IU1 send Free Advice (In plain, Chrisjnan.ofMannsvil'e.N.Y.! "Isuf- parity and savfae you the. being I ( on an Old Virginia ..
Address fered untold and could given a thorough cleaning will be '
sled envelop). : Ladies' misery hardly' ren.Grand dealers' big profits. HAY- r
walk. After taking Cardui 1 gave up Vice-Chancellor Horsier presided I;fi-R WHISKEY If prescribed placed in position Cheroot-there
Advisory Dept., The Chattanuogay4ndidne my supporter.and can now be on my over the meeting and Introduced by doctors and This work will be done by the c'ty! ,
Co., Chattanooga Tenn. feet half a day at a time" the speekers. who delivered addresses used in hospitals and by half a million satisfied The Daughters of the Confederacy is no useless head to

-- ,- during the course of the even customers. That's why YOU should Laving appealed to the Board of Pub- clip off And that's the

.. ._'"> ....::01., r__. _. _. ing. There were many speakers land try It. warn cum ITUSKST omcB lic Works to do sa: ani the requestwas
it was a late hour: before:: this portionof granted last night. main reason why you
program was concluded. Concrete foundations will be placed .CyED .a ntitb"Y
After the speaking refreshmentswere ATLANTA, GAL DAYTON, 0. under the cannon and upon this will >5 get three for your
served in abundance. ST. LOUIS, MO. ST PAUL M'NN.!' be the gpf i
EX-GOVERNOR JENNINGS Order for Aril.Cal.,CoU.Idaho Mont.N.v_ mounted guns. c1cAp coMp4l_ nickel instead of one.
N.t.aOre.. Utah WM*., or W,& mess ben .
To draw the fire out of a burn,heal the b*.'li of 4 ItUaTUor *..hy Jrnlll"z. P WH1TC0TO Made from the small
PAIV,or M qium(or. *JW by HUMUT tuuiui.Dismmr. '
a cut without leaving a scar, or to A SHORT LIVED ROMANCE. ::
cure boils, sores tetter, eczema and all .TBOT.O. EITABUSHZD 1868. leaves and selected clippings
PRIASES GOV. BROWARD 303 Capital$500,000.00 PaId hi Fitfl
skin and scalp diseases use DcWitt'3! Why Mi.> Elizabeth Sherlrr and of fine domestic

Witch Hazel Salve A specific for .. Tom Shevlin "Agreed to Quit.
--- filler leaf rolled
piles. Get the genuine. No remedy The romance of Miss Elizabeth Sner- into

Says that He Has Accomplished a Great Deal Since He Took DeWitt's causes such-the speedy genuine.ARRAIGNMENr relief. Ask for EDITORIAL-FLINGS. Tom Icy the Shevlin Louisville, the famous society Yale belle,halfback and- factory pt'feCtCheroots in the world.in the biggest and cY_ T'cigar\

His Seat and is Now His Observe the Janitor's cold sarcastic was short lived. Soon after the Smoked
Working on OF everywhere-1,000,000 I
WEALTH. every day
wink at all this frenzied outcry that the engagement of the Kentucky beauty

boss must go!-Boston Globe. and the star football player was announced
Drainage Scheme. Chicago Bank Official Say So.l.. I Sold wherever they sell tobacco
Shrivel In Hunt For Rlchea."Perhaps It is a pity that a man who can say Miss Sherley went to Baltimore
things as original and interesting as for a vIsit. The young society men
I' you think It Impossible thata
'deal during the time he has held the Dr. Osler can should have been scared
6ATO THAT HE WAS NOT POSTEDAS man's soul should entirely shrivel up
position but like all others who have Into silence.-Washington Star.
in the pursuit of wealth. If knewsome
I you
held the position he is overworked. f
TO well When Speaker Cannon says a measure -
I know
wealthy men as as
He is now going ahead with his drainage -! Order Your
Is "utterly Impossible
DID NOT KNOW WHO WOULDBE plan and is having a number of: them you would agree with me that you may as
dredges built for this purpose. So they had lost the last vestige of the well believe him. He can make good ICE COAL and WOOD

CANDIDATES HAD NOT far his administration has been a sue souls they may be presumed to have every time.-Philadelphia Inquirer. \
possessed before the mania for Chicago announces that she la goingto from: the
HEARD OF ANY OPPOSITION TO cess. I money Consumers' Ice and Fuel
Mr. Jennings and Attorney General getting possessed them. I would like have the biggest hotel In the world. Company.

CONGRESSMAN LA MAR. Ellis will leave this morning for their I to acquire millions, but If the process There are people who are compelled' to Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. ,

homes, and it is also expected that Is going to make me like some of the stay In Chicago, overnight-Boston ----- --------- -
Hon. Fred T. Myers will depart old devil I know who have tlem: I Globe. }
Hereafter in Texas the union label
don't want the money.
Among the prominent visitors who M
spent :yesterday in Pensacola, was Sick Headache. Representatives of seventy-three Presbyterian for pumpkins is t(be the proper thing. N4N ttNNN4+N4+ N .

Ex-Governor resident William of 8.Jacksonville Jennings, This distressing ailment results these churches words the in other Chicago night listenedto :, not we Pretty will hear soon of from attacks{' the upon same the'quarter"open" : ': &U :
who is now a from a disordered condition of the 'L
and who was called here with Attor. stomach. All.that 13 needed to effect from one who never knew prosperity, farm.-Puck. I MARION CURRY CO; t tZ

uey General Ellis to defend the staten a cure is a ,dose Or two of Chamber- but from David R. Forgau.. vice president When 'Walter'Jt'enman' gets to the '' # ? s hv
litigation before the United: States lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. In of the First National bank, In north pole in the Chicago Record-Herald
court Involving a large area of land. fact, the attack may be warded off, or Chicago, whose business associationswith airship all he'will have to do will be .v 16, IB, 2D MANRESA STREET, :

The governor, as usual was In a greatly lessened In severity; by tak- many leading capitalists in Chicago to torn around and come back again. .- .

cal,'asant frame of mind when he was ing a dose of thesva Tablets as soon as and elsewhere have given him Birmingham Herald.PRINTERS'.' $M Z PENSACOLA FLORIDA. :
teen last,night at his hotel by a Jour- the first symptoms of an attack appear ample opportunity for judging the ee

i.il reporter and asked for an Interview $., Sold by all druggists. class of men of whom he spoke says a T WHOLESALE ;

Florida upon and the who political were probable situation candidates inI| Toe Sloth 011 on the Water.. Chicago Many dispatch.of those who listened to Mr.' : 1 ::

for various offices. In replyto I Oil was poured on troubled waters Forgan's arraignment of wealth at the I' I.E ZO a
this he said L 1 1UNION I
: 1 GrainOnly and Feed Stuffs
"Really now, I cannot answer jour at Dunkirk recently with dire results. McKinley memorial banquet of the : Hay i

questions for the reason that I do not There was a violent sea, and the cap Young Men's Presbyterian union in the ,
tain of the Cowrie, stranded out
know I am not in touch with the sit- ship City club of Chicago longed to ask him .
uation and have heard practically side the harbor., pumped 375 quarts of to specify some of the wealthy men to '. ': KISS KUZABETH: 8HZBLZT.of : \:; Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. i

nothing during the past: few months. petroleum upon the waves. The oil unhappily whom he referred. His nearest approach : that city made quite a heroine of i Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perl est. :
"You ask if there will ''be opposition stayed In the harbor and for to this was a reference to an her, partly because of her personal \\
to Congressman '''Lamar," continuedMr weeks afterward the passage of vessels Incident Illustrating one man's lack of charms and partly because of her be- : Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : i

Jennings. "I cannot answer m's was clogged with greasy water souL LABEL. trothal to a: football hero. Her fiance | Telephone %01.. P.. O. Box 661. :
either I have 'heard of none howvvpr fish were poisoned in shoals and the "To me there can be no sadder heard of'her popularity among the Baltimore -
The fact is I have resigned tha whole town smelted of the oiL sight," said Mr. Forgan, "than an old young men and took her to task ++.+.....+. '.''M..11NNfN*+*+*...N10N.....4.M...t

-presidency of the Florida Banking I man already incumbered by this for receiving their attentions. Some -

and Trust Company! of Jacksonville ., Relic of Old Time Surgery. world's wealth, but eager only to increase Do you endorse Organized correspondence ensued aDd the engagement

and am now devoting my entire' When the floor of the operating theater it before he topples from the Labor, not only by words, was declared. off. Miss Sherley aaaeaaeaaaa22222a2222222atUfD'

time and attention to my law prac- of the old hospital at Canterbury, earth. You yourselves have seen such but more substantially by says "Mr. Bhevlln objected to my receiving
tice fU
and some private enterprises. I,England, was torn up the other day: men. They are more numerous In the attention of so many men
Praised Breward. the rings were discovered through small towns than In large cities. Al- employing It? and-well, we Just agreed to quit." '
The governor was then asked t This Label on your printing Screens Screens Screens 8fS
for his which were passed the cords for tying most every small town has Its wealthymen ,
opinion of Governor Broward's I shows that do.LH'l. .
down the table who with dollar If you
administration."I patients on never part a RUMMAGE SALE INCIDENT. m N
prior to the discovery of anaesthetics. they can help it
think he has
accomplished a great.i "Recently I saw a letter from a Pmftofm Beadle of Boiled Line Sold N Higgtas patented all Metal Screens for window, rJru

t '_ _.___________ __ .__ wealthy man referring: to the death of I by MUtatae Fr: TlUrtr-flT Ctmtm. doors,,etc. Now is the time to put them In. Let Nm

a clerk who faithfully had served him The E..... Dr. Stephen A. Northropwill us make you a price before summer. They are 18 N) r
thirty years. The man who wrote this I I ] take one dozen new shirts, one ,
bronze, absolutely rust
COJlTAGIOUS POISONKING mesh copper and proof.
letter Is rated at 20000000. He Is dozen new collar and one dozen new N. ru r

an easterner. In this letter, after die- I IThis pairs of cuffs with him to Los Angeles ''NN

posing of several matters he referred says the Kansas City Star. They were

OF ALL DISEASESTo to the death of his old employee inci- presented to Dr. :Northrop by the women C. H. TURNER, m j
dentally and directed that the exact Label on your news of the First Baptist church at f
Blood Poison tbe King cf all
Contagious rightfully belongs name
Diseases.>1 It is the most powerful of all human ailments-corrupting every date of the severance of his connection paper shows that UnIon' Kansas City, Mo. Dr. Northrop resigued 41 E. Garden St. Phone 345. ru
with the office because of his last illness labor*strictly Is employed to of the First churcha
as pastor Baptist
Part of the body and wrecking and ruining the lives of those unfortunate
be ascertained the exact amount it.This. few week after accepting a call rl2a222eaaa2aa2a2aaa
print ago
enough to contract it. When the first sign appears in the form of an insignificant 2e !
: due him for the fraction of the monthhe Label what from the First Baptist church of Los
sore or ulcer, few persons realize that the deadly virus has enteredthe proves
blood; but so potent is the poison that one drop will vitiate and pollutethe had worked to be figured up anda "blow and bluster" cannot Angeles .- ---
check for the amount be mailed to A rummage sale was held in the First
purest and healthiest blood, and in a short time the degrading and horrible prove. If It's on your print.' t
his widow. Do Imagine that church at Kansas City
you old. Baptist recently
symptoms begin to The mouth and throat ulcerate, the glandsin
appear. Inflt your printer employs
curmudgeon has a soul? under the direction of the women of Y
the neck and groins swell, the hair and eye-brows fall out, coppercoloredspots
Union Labor. If he cannot
"I do not believe in spite of all the the church.. By mistake they sold Dr.
appear on the and in the latter stages of the disease the poisoneven
graft we have been reading about that put it on your printing at Northron's wt>ek's washing for 85
works down and the bones. No other disease is so highly AND WAGONS
destroys as yet the business of this country !is your request, he does not cents. He had left'the bundle In the BUGGIES
contagious, and have contracted it and suffered its awful consequences
many rotten. I do not believe of the church for the
that the actual employ Union Labor. See lecture room Jani I:
through a friendly hand-shake, handling the clothing of one afflicted withIt .
proportion of iniquitous business deliver at the The 'i(1'
methods tor to laundry. promoters
or drinking from the same vessel. S. S. S, The King of Blood Purifiers, That's shinPeesacola :
Is any greater than ,of the rummage sale mistookthe
i h the only enre for Contagious Blood Poison. It goes down into the circulation the.propottton Typographical Union. .
of bad women to good. When one bundle for a contribution. It wa ...TO BE...
and forces out of the virus. It is nature's
every particle bank falls there are 099 left. These put on sale, marked 32 cents. A patron
this peculiar poison, an4 cures the diseaseS haven't failed yet-at least of the sale thought the bundle a good ,
S.all S.its does stages not, and hide cures or coverup it permanently.any of the havwi't been found out yet. I bargain and purchased It. Afterwardthe SOLD AT COST !
S discovered and
Sin l II IIThe error was a new
to break out in future years, but so rome -- supply of linen bought in restitution. .
eradicates it from the blood that no signs The FIDl er. of Galileo. ;

PURELY VPRFTARl. LE. are ever seen again. S.S.S. purely vegetable, Florence is excited over the fingers ----- .. ---.---.--
we offer jI(000 for proof that It contains a par- of Galileo. It appears that when the FROM FOUR STATES.. We have a few fine bugg:ts and wagons in

tide of.jnineral of any kind. Book with instructions for home treatment great astronomer's body was admitted which for sale
Testimony tothe Efficacy of the New stock we are offering at cost.
< any medical advice you desire will be furnished byour physicians to sepulture in the Florentine Church

tnthontcharge. TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA of the Holy Cross In 1737 Vincenzio James.Scientific C. Dandruff Rowe, of Treatment.Livingston, Come ,and: ',see''them and get prices, or dropus

!'- Capponi a prelate cut off with his own I We Mont: a postal and we will mail full particulars.
hand "the two fingers which had writ. Way "Herp'cide cured my' dandruff and

.NN.NN..N.NHNN.N.4 N..................11N. ten so many beautiful things." In oth- stopped, my hair falling." .
er words, he stole the right thumb and Orange .)McConibs St. Anthony: .t
forefinger, while another admirer filch Fix'a Shirt FrontIs Idaho BUGGY CO.

I ed the left thumb, which at last is now "Herpiclde.cfeaned my scalp of dandruff PENSACOIA
Hams in the Florentine 'museum, wbOe the' and< made my hair soft as silk ,
the want it "
two nay you tnd: glossy
fingers, passing on the
: 1ix d. We can :Polish itup' W. ,M. Otis barber. Champaign,
: migration of the ;head of the fr-mily like a piece of plate 1B.1 :30 East, Garden Street, Pensacola, Fla.
COOKED AND READY TO COOK. BOILED .HAMS, 'WHOLE to France to his steward are now, in
glass, or give that hand- "I .used Herplcide on one customerfor
: HAMS, HALF HAMS, SLICED _HAMS- J. the possession of his daughter, an 'old some dull domestic fin dandruff and on another for falling
woman of eighty-four, who seeks to relieve ish.: Tell us what you hair with excellent results."

: All of Best Quality and Flavor herself from poverty by selling want. ; F..''W. Woody (assistant postmaster ------ -. -- --

i them. She had had offers from ,an ). Char-paign. IlL:: "Herplcid comp -

: AND PRICES RIGHT. YOU MAY ORDER BY' PHONE, I IF American, but, having the indiscretion ltely,stopped,my falling hair."
The Star. Steam U. Bentley Sher'dan! Wyo. "If
J. er-
YOU to publish them, Florentine patriotism
4 YOU UKE, AND BE SURE OF GETTING WHAT p'cfde! la for cleaning the S WINDOW LASS
I rose in arms and now demands that ; excellent : SHINGLES, ASH .DOO ,
4 WANT AND WHEN YOU WANT IT. Laundry. sca'p.! .
y the fingers should join that already in
4 the For safe by5 "W, A. D'Alemberte; .BUILDING MATERIAL.
Worse still
museum. .
payment fo..r. .
: 14WGarden I them la .
refused, and proceedings
JACOBY Palafoi ,street Qn send lOc in stampsfor PhoneJl II. G. DeSILVAS. CO. k
T .
I Pensacola.. Flfl.
Phone Grocer. .
: 183 been taken to compel the poor old woman sample' to thj Herplcide Co., De- ,

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and TSil There: ar*'so many times during the

day.:when.ft,comfort garment Is Indispensable -!I
Our palate. to the busy American woman
will tickle jour
It offers rest In Its very freedom from & Watson

1 Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come. and I After is nothing you hate better eaten to'a put hardy a sweet meal there tasteIn restraint draperies: ,,while"seem to the heighten graceful ease.folds ,The and 1.Green i=

your our' "
mouth some of

, j: j Tarry e Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. | than :' .

---"- -- Preserves _Jellies Jams ;. :
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{ By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669.
.l: 1J g Dun ler's Fruits, jais ..15cBishop's T i
Preserved! -
X3X X8JBm USatMtxm S8X8S Remarkable Growth i
I California ,Fruits, Jars...,rOc .
Dodson & 25c-50c
r r; --- ----- Brown's Fruits jars PATTACTIVE s .
t f BERTRAM DANNHEISSER'S Bishop's! and D. &'B. Jellies, glass 25c + .
7he Fashion Feature
+ BARNIZVA CELEBRATION Journal's Daily Cms sand Blackwell Jams, jars..30c i i

s FOLLOWED BY RECEPTION. D. &. B. Jam's jars.. .. .:15 and 25c -- ...of a... :

t 'Aa Impressive ceremony took place. 2 :
: : aj Temple B th-El last Saturday, t .
. t; morn Cg. The Barnizvah Celebration'

.:. ;;.: o Saturday beautiful! Master after custom Bertram the takes thirteenth Dannheisser.place birthdayof the This first ROSENAU .& GERELDS, i Shoe: Department 1

',. : a'Jewish youth and signifies the religious The i .. .
maturity of the boy. Fancy Grocers, .> .
1 A large audience had assembled, l' 2 :
"when Bertram ascendea' to the altar Phone 391., Penaacola. .
and read a portion of the Book of : :
(Liros (Thora), which is usually done
by the Rabbi. Bertram read this in : THREE YEARS AGO WE OPENED OUR SHOE :

>, Hebrew and translated same in the Carnival CostumesWILL
vernacular as he read, 'After that he : DEPARTMENT WITH THIS MOTTO: i
delivered an address to his parents
end friends in which he thanked his J BE" FOR RENT i _1i
parents for the loving care bestowed Fancy Dress for Ladies and Gens, "THE' BEST ALWAYS AT :

upon him and promised to live such In Velvet, Cambric, etc. i ,
; a life, as could make him true and also i
,good citizen of this glorious country, .." A REASONABLE PRICE11as i S
,end a sturdy member of the Jewish : Comical Masks, Stockings Gloves.
td o 0 o < ,ict'. ; False Moustaches and Hair Goodsat
faith. He concluded by addressing -
Rabbl Koch and thanking him for tha ::;', .' f our guiding star. This department has flourished !
religious training he had bestowed XI OSO.:
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, upon :lira and expressed his regrets, _," I '".' 2 and grown, and to-day it stands second :
'that the beloved Rabbi would soon ; Mrs. Nordsfrom's Millinery, kimono shown here is more attractive

leave his pulpit where he had been : : No. 11 E. Intendencla... St. than the usual moder because the to none in the South. i
the source of so much good After chirrings on the shoulder In 'front and .
receiving the blessing of tb* Rabbi -- at the' neck In back. The Increased .

'Bertram left the pulpit to accept the v .!( terpret them,' after: which 'each guest fullness thus provided does away with i AND WHY? !

blessings and congratulations of his arose stating his or.her hobby. any tendency to plainness or harshnessof ,
happy parents and frierva1;*!, who were P MPunch refreshed the guests for the outline.. The Japanese materials'are s We reliable manufacturers the best
btJy.onlyJrom i
|Proud of his manly bearing. .t, second aft, an introduction to Miss irrwit favorites for ,kimonos, as their ,
The ceremony was the mor touching or Kate, who proved to be-a maiden delicate artistic weaves 'and colorings seem 'to i
& as Bertram had fractured his J who liked to rusti-cata, possessed harmonize with the grace of the Japanese true and tried brands: made by skilled; labor-and oft :
collarbone and had his arm bandagedup a certificate etc. '
and not an ere was dry in the au- "After this the, ,hostess handed out garment. Any soft silks wools orwashing : selected stock. Come in, sit down, try a pair on, :
when he had finished his ora \ fabrics may be used.
i dunce o : 'walnuts tiej; with ribbons; by the .
:i tion. matching of proverbs contained in the t see how they look and feel. Don't feel under the
: :
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Dann- : walnuts partners were found for a Ke kw tr Kotelet. i ,
leipeer held a reception In her son's ::. delicious courp* 'refreshments. ,The long plaited jabot Is the special
them if
to do
# slightest obligation buy they not suit
: honor, and was gracefully assited In : i
i iJJ "Then came the closing act. the feature of this season's stocks.A i
,:' receiving by her sisters Mrs A. s writing down of a,list of kitchen utensils conspicuous novelty Is the,ruffle at
Creenhut and Mrs. A, Llechkoff, Mrs. from you. Remember, it, is our fault and not yours. :
descriptions read out1 the lower edge of the collar band a I.
Edward Porschelmer' and by Miss '.
;Pfeiffer of Cincinnati. ', mode which Is extremely becoming to The and in Oxfords
1 .R new styles are
Ii snappy arriving i
These delightful festtvitifls closed V VJ .i. German Vice-Consul Rolfs and wife, ber who Is divinely tall, but let the woman
Mr. R. Tuml-T Miss of the neck avoid it religiously.
r with a birthday party Sunday afternoon and Violette Gonzalez short '
when nearly forty of Mr. Rer- ;! ," were guests of Captain Berg every :
, tram's friends were handsomely entertained r., aboard the German ,steamship "Gam Every wardrobe should Include In Its .
> at their home on West Belmont / 1 .: ma": Friday for dinner., contents at least one well made and ,Yours for Business

t perfectly _fitting black stock to be I
The table, was beautifully appointed ,Miss Martha Marie Salvage of Mis worn with a touch of white at the

and det'oratf'll': as were the rooms AN EASILY MADE DRESSING SACQUE sear and Miss GracK..' Stenrta of neck. "
with violets, the central object bring a ,
Arkansas are expected to arrive this
( handsome birthday cake with thirteen Since most Women fashion their] challies may be effectively used in week' Olbe Mardi Gras, guests of Pen Por General Rear
c I: lighted candles own dressing sacque3 and negligees'j I this model a ring-dot pattern in blue sacola schoolmates. t ,An excellent mode for general wear t, Groon & Wats
r f Various entertaining games were U is well to consider mooieU: that are on cream ground being the one illus + Is here pictured in a development of'' nl !
t enjoyed.. "Helen's Naughty Baby" and satisfactory in effect. Such a one Is trated. Broad bands of blue taffeta 71\\ dark blue mohair. Nine gores are employed -
i! "The Nose Game," being very amus- shown in the illustration The back silk outline the sailor collar and fin- Mr.- Joseph Burke left Saturday In shaping the plaited skirt
is two-thirds titled, and the front ish the belt and sleeves. The jacket night' on, a short Tacation, visit to .
ing.Miss Paula Herskovitz won the girl's;;shirred into a short joke, falling loose Is'so well shaped that it hold its form, New.Orleans,, Gulfport" :Mobile and. which flares In prevailing style'at the 0 0 0NNINNNN01

f. l'riz9 in "Helens Naughty Baby" a from that point. A broad sailor collar unlined, and may be ma.:ate with a other coast towns. .. .0.1.1/1.01011/001.011/41 000NONIp
I silver hat pin and Mr. Louts Berlin II gives a simple but smart finish: seam simply notched which will sub-
the boy's a fountain pen. }One of the new 'French flannels or tract materially from the labor. I Miss Maggie McCaskell a teacher in .

. Miss Sarah Goldstucker captured1: the Milton High School accompanieu' $ > -..
the girl's prize in the "Nose Game"- b>', Miss Louise Roberts, left Sunday fes
which was hilariously funny, a silver II t tin' which it 1 is sIgned; "Editor"t under and cake to voters who. after enjoy night for home' after' brief visit to Fire Fire Fire !
'pen holder, and Mr Bertram Colemanthe the titl?-"My Prayer" ing her argument voted the opposition her sister Mrs. J. W.,Senterflt ,on East .
I boy's prize which was a pair of, "Make me respect my material s" ticket. We can not agree that women Hill. -
cuff buttons. much that I dare ,not slight my work. stuff mentoo much. If they do the
The young man sot a number cf Help me to deal very .honestly with men like it. no matter what the char- Miss Adelaide Slotmiller of St. The Big Fire Sale-
I handsome gifts including some very 'words and with people because they acter of the stuffing.Miami Metrop Louis. who is visiting'her sister Mrs
j i.-' elegant ones from Europe are both alive. Show ms that, as a olis. Katie* Kanen of,Gouldiag, U spendinga !
- + river, so in writing clearness is the --,- .
f. few days in the city,. guest. of. :Miss:'
WRITERS_CAN PRAY best quality, and a little that Is pureis NEW AMUSEMENT HINT Tillie De Bronx. MMr. Begins I
t 'AN EDITOR'S PRAYER. worth'more than much that Is FOR BLASE HOSTESSES. ,
, mixed. Teach! me to see the local In the social department of the r
R AIl true writers can echo the follow- and Mrs. David. Edr'hl .and son
without to inner
% color being, blind the Eraidentown Journal Mrs. Humphries
which is contained in J. Montrose, have returned from Tallahassee Thursday Morning at 9 o'clock.All
prayer an.
link light. Give me an ideal that will gives an account of a new idea that'! .
clipping from the Savannah News and various other place, afteran ,
; ( stand the strain of weaving into harman will suggest many others to the!II
1 = stuff on the loom of the real bright hostess. After the usual ac abhencs of six months, improved Goods Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost.,
1r generally by their travels.: :
Keep for books I ,
I me from'caring more count of a charming affair, Mrs. Hum-
than for folks for art than for life. 'phries + ,
says: The stock consists of Shoes
Steady ma to do my duty my full stint "The clause in the invitation 'Kindly :Mrs., E. D. ,Anderson who has bean, Clothing, Hats Dry

of work aa! wellas I can, and when I wear something illustrative of your quite ill, is improving. Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Ladies' Furnishings, dc.E.CEi.EEJXrJ3J.A.r.
\L8QUARTS that Ig done stop me; pay me what i special lrobb)"" brought guests bedecked i 1
wages thou wilt, and hip me to say : in the most comical and bewildering Miss Rotreau of Savannah is expected : : :
from a quiet heart a grateful amen." : placard's' noutonniers, necklaces, to arrive Thursda morning
--4'-- 1 etc. The hottest wore magazine illustrations and will be the guest of Miss Alice. 126 South
Tarragona Street.
i POPPED CORN MISS REBECCA'S' : of the role she wa playing Quina.
BIRTHDAY PARTY. during the evening as an entertainer, *
TJttle Miss' Rebecca Fond.+bila entertained while the arrival of each guest 'Was a Mrs. Ritchie and children only! :
: of interest. have! returned from an eight month*
: a party of her little friends source new :
I "A pleasant stay in Atlanta., Mr.. Ritchie is not
Sunday afternoon! In honor of her reason was spen -

FOR twelfth Barcelona birthday'street.,from They 3 to enjoyed 6 on South the! what mingling these together mysterious, speculating decorations on In Pensacola +', Fountain Pens Save Time-Time is Money.

afternoon very .,pleasantly. Those meant, 'when the hostess parsed Mr and Mrs. James Stuart and
pjesent were: cards, three tied together with ribbon their lovely' youns daughter Miss Therefore any ,article that ,saves time Is a good Investment. A
5 GENTS Misses Matilda Rodriguez, Mamie and with announcement that the evening's Katharihe. now of Roberts spent Waterman' Modern" automatic self-filling pen is an easy
; Ruth Frank; Maggie Clemen, Regla entertainment would include three Saturday in town, to the great pleasureof writer and always ready-$2.50 up.
acts one for card. such of their old friends! and
Diaz, Liza Campbell Daisy Mar- .. aster waist COSTUirZ.
Annie "On the first card was to be written neighbors as had the good fortune'to V.foot.t.
j Do you know of"anythln: garet Hanson, Emma Thompson. -
cosier, more home-like Pfeiffer Inga Johnson, Sophia 'a list of the hobbies as 'you in- see them. Deep tucks produce becomes! Coe's: :Elookstore.rhflrr. .
or more attractfre than William Henrt-tta and Bernedet Mc- fullness.in front of the blouse. The back 235. 213 South PMlmlo* Street Pentaeola
sitting before the fire Kloskey/ Dora Thorn Rebecca Florence Absolute purity, great strength' anti is plain except for slight ;gathers at the
t place at night with the ana' Rosa Fond bl1a. Eunice Fernandez SURPRISED DOCTOR. delic:ous natural flavor have made, waistline: 'The sleeves are moderatelyfull

I children around you and Catherine uarques. Margaret pine Ribbon. Vanilla. and lemon fajn- finished, by deep cuffs Several materials -
popping corn over the Hemandss; Masters! Manuel Fonde- Illustrating the Effect of Food. ous. are adaptable, such as serge, 7

' glowing coals) It is the bila. Tony and Ohartey Johnson. West The remarkable adaptability of '"" -*h (cashmere,-cheviot linen and cam as.The .
I lv and Thomas Woodland Willis and GrapXuts food to stomachs so, disordered HIS, DIFFIC Jl. :y; .medium size will require two anda I1M1TADTAUNUAY

( Hargis Campbell Ernest, Hernandez, ,that they will reject everything quarter yards of forty-four inch material
Home Picture '
f Prettiest Johnson, and ,John Walker. The tear
Henry else, b illustrated by the case trickle down from my eyes( for the waist and six and a half
:My eyelids are puffy and red.
of Mrs. H-
MEN LIKE TO BE of Racine" Wis.. My nose.has incased In its Else, yards for the skirt. E. W. LAWRENCE P'saifete". No a w..f R....,.* Sf. rho"" 188.
: the "Two
-which Imagination -ears she "I
i ago. .says. was There's stuffiness all through my heed.
I''t can paint, and when younake STUFFED BY WOMEN. attacked bv a stomach trobule so serious And I burn and I chill; .
' S < It real you have | Mrs. Webb,. of Boise., Idaho who that for a long time I could not I'm decidedly ill, '
:.zi II reached the height of I Ivas the first president of the Idaho take much of any sort of food: Even Ah kerchoo! :.......... ........................................1
1 "'I ri "home jon: and comfort. i I Women's Republican Club after that the various kinds prescribed by the Oh. I wish that I knew what to dal: PZ 0
,l 1 You can do this for state! granted the franchise to women, doctor produced most acute pain. I r The Most .Cheerful)
\ has been riving her impressions and I might All myself quinine;'
I' "We then got some Grape-Nuts food i
' of tb brute called his and Hot water some folk reccmmend. YOU CAN MAKE YOUR
' opinions] man. you may imagine my surprise and And cold some think equally One Ii i iii
; Only 5'Cents nature and character She! believes delight\
when I found that I could eat /hlleothers:: for onions 'eont nd.'
I that In political campaigns voters it with a relish and without the' slightest -)' Apd swilling sage tea. 'I
We sell' an attractive should be appealed to by argument distress. .,| Is great remedyAh and Comfortable I SPARE
; package of shelled popcorn I rather than through their stomachs "n hen the doctor heard of it he" told i kerchoo! ROOMS PAY i
t for 5 cents and one through the hrfluence of coffee' and me to take several small portions\ But I really don't know what to do.
\ of these packages con cakes. We take it that she is also opposed each day. because he feared I would'! 2e .
I advice.
might take a doctor ,1 J place in the is
:i twins eD i i 1 make S quarts of popped ale a-s argument. She H9 "In my food. They'll all have me well In a trice; lunch and refreshment I.I .
i : corn. Order one and try opinion: men are much too good to "But, to his astonishment,' (and that I I never did see such a tribe. parlor. The menu comprises I 2 BUY AND FIT' THEM OUT i
I r -I be treated that 'and I refuse to I don't know what to choose-*
way of
::1 1t. everybody else), I 'did not tire of the best soups, salads .
oJ the feeding habit outside Which prescription to use-
practice my .
Grape-Nuts and became b!tter day by
.. own home." She then delivers this day till, after some, weeks.my stomach Ah. kerchoo! to doChicago! cold meats hot I
t If I could only tell what II i
.f -! judicial opinion": "I believe we stuff entirely recovered and I was able New.' steaks that are tender I With Pretty Furniture

men too much. to eat anything my appetite crave!. and juicy ham, eggs, raw .
What have the voters of Idaho
"My nerves which had become so Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the stewed ands fried with .
1 to say? Do they agree with Mrs. weakened that I feared I would be- :
Sol Cahn & CO. Webb' ? Speaking generally, do come insane, were also restored hy: Mother's Favorite. It the finest tea, coffee! milk! : AT SMALL COST. TWENTY+FIVE TO FIFTY DOLLARS .

woman Muff men too much? There the Grape-Nuts food in connectionwith The soothing and healing proper. and'chocolate to be had WILL FURNIS.H ONE IN A VERY CREDITABLE MAN :
are various method of stuffing. We Postum Coffee which hat! becomeour ties of this remedy its pleasant taste in the south.
Th. Pure Food Store. strongly suspect that many men have table beverage. I appreciate ;most and prompt and permanent cures have Ii NER AND; YOU CAN EASILY RENT IT TO SOME ONE. :
been stuffed >by _women with much gratefully and thankfully? good! made It a favorite with people everywhere f BETTER, SEE US TO-DAY. i
e Wft lighter ana more intangible material that your fooo? preparations have done It Is especially prized by :
$outhwtstCorner Palatox and Intendtncli than food. Candidates and politicians me., and shall be'- glad to answer ui/ mothers of small children for colds, I 'fI

have been known to stuff voters with letters inquiring as to my xPrlenc" croup and whooping cough as It ,al- I MARSTON i
Kitchen & QUIMA
17 8 promises, flattery, sophistry, verbal Name given by /IPostum Co. Battle( ways affords quick relief and at it Kandy Cafe ,

l Phonasj 480 hash and warmed-over language Creek. Mich. contains no opium or other harmful .. PA

I I such Doubtles as tbe voters Mrs. Webb seem bas to Hke.had' the There's ,a reason.' Read the little drag)It may be given as _confidently 104 S- Pa aFoL Phone 999 | 108.110 Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. I
book.The '
Road to Ref. vtlle" }Jnpkgs. to baby as to an adult. For sals by I' 0INNN

bitter e'periei ce of dispensing ,coffee '. J .', all druggists.: ..' I : > .....OONN. .. NO+. ................++..,..+.+' ....+**.

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RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY MAKE MONEY"Invest Successors to Thos. C. Watson & Cx -

THE MODEL SUBURB LOANED. Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency

where it

The greatest financial authorities admit that there u $800 OO

Investment DO Investment in this as ,safe BS real state. No real estate will grow while List of Desirable Property for Sal .
country is
more attractive than our for four lots North -
on HilL !A: bargain
;waterfront A
at this figure. you sleep." desirable piece of property on; Palafox street; a splendid,

investment; must go' at once:..;. .... .... .... .. .... ..$10,000.00
|150o.00V :Buy lots, houses business proper. Seven dwellings, and .a.. dwelling and store building, with very '

BEACH HAVEN'.tOTS will buy 90-V 'byi25-: .feet e'--,'*,with* houses f.F.s.-r '. 4: ties, or any good piece of real estate.. near halt a block of ground situated on :a very desirable corner _

renting for $!U.OO: per' j'ear. This I near business district; splendid, investment.. .. .. .. ..$6300.00 Vr

will net note than- 10 per cent Bet, Hundreds are fast making mone r Very desirable quarter 01: block on North Hill, convenient to .

at $35. ter Jnve ag te. < READING OUR LIST out of real estate investments, and you I street car lIne.. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .... V':-. .t ,.... .$5600.00
: can do the same by: investigating oui r One of the,most desirable building lots on. North Hill frontIng
r .$4500.00 t of properties on our\books is like the! properties. south near car line, on corner. 100 by ISO, for.a few days $3700.00
iW1t.h the beginning of One .Washington's! cam\ S Desirable two on'. -
big Improvements that for a piece of story new dwelling corner with lour lots on
to 70 '
year and car line guaranteed in are the fe made this block from Palafox property by 150. one I paigns. He looked; over the map t We have- personal knowledge ol r North Hill. .. .. .. ... .. .... .. ..... ., ... .. .. .. ....$3700.00
rentin'g for
near future $54(1(t
In these from it decided what place he wanted.' who have let l Two story dwelling with large lot West Grgorystreet
lots will prove veritable bonanla. per year. : many opportunities slij) on ;
a '100 per Cent and then "!et out to capture'it.You by and afterwards see the "other tel. good: neighborhood. .. ...... ...... .... .: .:.. .... ,. $325000
Profit I'
t- CAN bO BETTER. low" double his money, Comfortable one story dwelling on' 'DeVllliers street near'

to be mads. In. vacant lots. ,. East or' Read our list pick out the place you S '*. Garden. street with large lot...... .... .... .... ... .. t$3250.00
Wen Ends, at want, and then- come-'here and get it There vas never a more favorable I rentyflve lots on North Palafor and Baylen' streets splendId V

Pensacola Investment $1.00 Cash and 50 cents Week. without any trouble. Prices and time to buy and to make money than]L Investment: for a few days only. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$3275.00 V
Company per terms will not bother you If you act J now.and In Pensacola proparty. Wheth.er : "The:north, half,of block 67, New City Tract; 10 !Iotst40 by 137

204% 8. Palafox St. :FSsher! B lIdln;. under our advice.McDavidHyer. you are In the city or out, you car]: feet six Inches each' ; one block from electric car line and on

A. H. D'ALBHBERTf, City Manager. I rely on what-we. tell you. Havana, Square.. .!.' .. .. ...... .... ...., .... .. .. ....$2000.00
Company Two story dwelling:" ; at No. 1005 North Davis street with large: .

W. H. I1\OWUs. President. R. B. SIMPSON. Secretary. For Sale If any of the following appeal tc J) lot.L ..... ............. .... .... .... .... .. ..$2000.00
J.L SIILLMAN, V...Pres. and Cen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. ---r---- V ;Agents Insurance New York you, come and see, write or telephoneus I' Six room, story and a half dwelling with two acres of ground

FOR SALE1 Two. good combination Life Company. ; no trouble to answer questions,,, In western suburb. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ..$1200.00( ,
Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments. horses, and two good mules. Will 8 E. ,Government Street. nor to show property. >Two, desirable building lots on East Jackson street, 80 by'132

sell together o'r separately. Apply to Phone" 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. S feet six inches fronting south. convenient to car line..S 575.00

l. 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola! Florida. E. G.. S!well. .403 N. Reus, phone 614 Beautiful residence on North Hill I,;; Two story dwelling on East D Leon street with, large lot.' $ 850.00

18feblwFOR not so very large but sufficient for;: Comfortable, one story, dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. &20

SALE-:Household. furniture. Ap-- small family elegantly furnished I., North Coyle street. .. .. ........ .... .... ..... .... ...-... .$ 800.00,
ply 419 .E. Intendencla. St. 14feblw* $1650Bujs hard wood floors all conveniences; Two 'cottages .on West Zarragossa street splendl4 renting prop

MOVER'S GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET FOR SALE-Barred i .. ...... .... .. .... ....$5000.00); erty.. ..> .. ... .. .. .. .. ...... .... ... .... I..'., .....$1250.00
Corner Government and Alcaniz Streets.. Phone 718. cockerels ready for Plymouth yard: $1.50 Rock to a nice home on East Nil corner S Mcney to loan In amounts of $1000.00- and up. at- seven per. .cent: ,

Western and Native Meats of the finest quality. Everything that is 12th street and 8th avenue. Small cottage No. 513 N. 6th avenue; interest.
$3 15 Easy
: $1.50 thirty $2.50. Mrs. :
eggs ;
kepT in a first-cSass market. Lizzie B.. terms -" VV Just the place for a railroad! :man. with; Those having property, desiring to sell same, would find it to ther

JO pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00. 20 pounds of Nice, Clean Rice, Hughes. ChIpley .Ha.Hfeblm small family; cash.. .. .. .. ..$650) advantage to'place S&n1ain: our hands as we have disposed of about
1100. Fancy Country Syrup 35c per gallon. Honey In the comb or Extract $300,000 worth la.the past 60 days. If jon havefundS to Joan consult

of Honey. Give me a calL I will show you how to save TYPEWRITERS I keep on hand for .$f200.For ;J of block fronting on Bayou Texaralso us. If you desire an. agent to collect your rents; or want fire insurance

A. McD. MOYER. Phone money.718. sale The Fox, Underwood, Smith near car line; you will see this ; or if you want to buy a piece of property and -don't know woo

Premier: and Blickensderfer Typewrit five"room cottage and bath direct. property worth $5000; price.. .$2500); owns same, consult us. '.

ers. Sold on easy:terms or rented. ly south of the above on 8th avenue. S S -

HELP WANTEDMAN Wanted All makes of_machines cleaned and Five lots" corner1 8th and 15th avenues Elegant home and large lot on East ; --

repaired.: Work guaranteed.. Phon338Q. ,: % block from 'car line.,..$950. Hill.. .. .. .... ..' .. .....$4500. HOOTON. & WATSON
W.\7ED-to manage and work WANTED-500 couples to attend the ().. F. B. ;Bruce, 23. East Govern' One whole block West mil $550. S S S S r .

farm. Will pay wages* or work on two balls .February 26 and 27 at C., ment. Hfeblm I Comfortable 6 room cottage; on carline PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.Miscellaneous .

shares 6 miles from city at Oakfield. K. ot A. hall. Barrio's Orchestra. ; FOR SALE.-10 room House corner C. R. YAEGER best section of East Hill, 'corner -

Crti!: :8 E. Garden St., city. 20feblw :20feblw.! .. .. .. .. .. .... .-.......$1750 -
lot. 3 blocks Palafox. lot 96x
: 202 Thlesen Building. Phone 686. *
-\-rED-La.dy: of gentleman of fair WAXT'ED-A young fat male donkey.Apply 192 on car line. For particulars in
4 room house, No. 701 W. Wright Board and
education to travel for firm of $250.- at Fisher Real Estate Agen quire of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan Rooms. _
St., suitable for railroad man....$900
000)() capital Salary $1,072 per year, cy.; 20feb S -
FOR SALE-Improved and W'ANTEn--A
payable weekly. Expenses advanced unimproved rOR: 'SALE RACK No 12-Always ready 'With good : few boardenj at 215 W
Address Geo. G. Clows, 'Pensacola; WANTED-First class saw mill man; pr:., erty In all parts of the city. ; Two lots and 4 room house, West reliable driver. 0. H. Taylor, proprletQr. Gregory.: New house, good negh! :: ____
Ff5. competent to construct, operateand J. A. Wilson & .Co., Real Estate Agents;, Beach Haven, the coming suburb of King Tract, good for colored family. Phone 1236. lIaekman's Exchange -!borhood!: and on car lineu 16feblm ': -

_! __2Ofeb2t''WANTED. manage small mill, is open for Room 7. Salisbury. building. Phone Pensajcola. Extensive Improvements .... .... .... .... .... ..,.;.,$500 185. 20feblm NICE
Salesladies. Apply at position either as partner or cut by, 172. 23Jan'I''to be made this year; street car line SC __ front room, southern -
once to 126! 8_.Tarragonna. :20feblt the thousand. Address P. O.I I Box. guaranteed in the near future. $35.00 Five lots (corner) 6 room house NOTICE-I offer my services as surveyor -fox exposure; halt ;block from Pala. -
SALE. If have
FOR $8.000. in- .Apply 32 E;
W.tNTED-.Mass- attendant- -aboard- : 319 cty.! 20feblw( vest in a saw mill propositIon'worth for beautiful, waterfront lots. This nicely papered near Judge Avery's on locating homesteads for the Gregory. %0.reb1w'FOR ,
I price'tor short time only. For further North Hill, bargain In this. ..$2750 counties of Florida RENT One V
a people of western. furnishetL
the U. S. S. Vixen. Apply on board WANTED-A man with a few thou.; $10,000. write Lock Box 26, DeFunlak -
or write to SteVens. Surveyor Florala. room at 24 West Romana
particularscall on Address W. J. St., phone
dt-p. 2Oteblw' sand dollars to Invest in a specialty Springs Tla This will stand tho V
I i PENSACOLA INVESTMENT. 6 room new house. corner 10th ave. 16feblm 548. ISfebl .
Ala. *
lina of lumber manufactories. Address closest investigation and the first man ;
WAXTED.T: OiNCE Two young and 23rd street, with 5 lots.. .$1900 Two
L, care Journal. 18febl\v : It furnished rooms for reETLp.
with tne money gets No time to T
ladies to 'work in bottling S S "Viavl
the _
I of ____
I Io. VIAVI-The patrons 17 N. Palafox _
Ply .
Apply to Lewis & Co., 122 E. WANTED-Party with a few hundred waste with agents or tnflers.: 24jan For Sale Desirable 2 story residence> on North Treatment" are cordially Invited to

uovernment "20feblt* dollars wishes to purchase: Interest FOR SALE.-One choice block on top T Hill.. .. .. .... .. .. .., ..$3500 call at Hotel Southern Mondays andFriuttys FOR RENT .One large, and nicely furnished -_ _

WANTED- good cook at once. Apply In payIn'glruiness' of any kind. of the ridge east of the electric NORMANS PILES.-Just received 4 S .from 2 to 0 p. m.,-,where they room for rent. Apply 309 W- _

22 E. Garden. ISfeblw Address Investment- car JournaL V railway, between 7th and 8th streets. 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For 17 lots North R. R. Street 'good carl meet the representative. Mrs. H Romana St. 16feblw _

16feb. ,. : Nautr has favored this Section and it sale at The Alligator and West End money in these.. .. ..... .. ..$1250 P. Booth. Phone 1027.lifebim' THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for _
WANTED: -500 men; $400 daily permanent "ANTED-We cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Saloons. .ISnovlm S S rent, suitable for light housekeep.
orders for .
want your _
circulars tack signsno A word to those who have proper. pianos and organs -
pass I will tune and repair ing. Apply 501 W. Chase.
1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 or!. FOR SALE-House at Goulding on l feb _
Distributing SA.LE-Firstclass store ty for sale. We offer the and do first -- --
-- can\assing Continental FOR grocery you very as cheap as anyone -
road 4 bath and
ginal designs select hard rooms kitcn-
to from. All
Co., Chicago. ISfeblw I and meat market in connection fixtures best service and guaranty satisfaction class work only. My phone la 802-3 NICELY FURNISHED front room for
prices. nice stable.\ Strictly cash. M. _
Majes Printing Co. Pensaco. en;
Standard Oil Ca's etc. Reason for selling leaving prompt settlements, quick sales, rings. Orders promptly attended to rent, with or without board. Apply
WA TED--Good bookkeeper. Address I6feb S. Borras. office
I the city. Address P. O. Box 697. small profit J. Conrad Scott. 401 W. Ch&se. 9feb2w Vat _
No. 44. care Journal. Only Pensacola, .Joja.i SOjanlm S SC
man need apply. 13feb WANTED-To lease or buy a five or 7feb. *, FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED"rooms
FOR SALE'OR RENT-60 acre farm; Money fry. loan on real estate and CHANDLERS-McKinzte Oert- _
six Price and SALE-Eight Water Spaniel SHIP for rent with
room cottage. .term FOR privilege of
W-\"TED-Three short goods solicitors 5 miles from city'on Brent road; 7 property insured: In .some of the best Ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship
must be Mother and father Import.
reasonable. Address light at 254
Solomon Furniture Co. 8febWANTEDManager Good room house,.all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 puppies. fire insurance ompanies in the world. chandlers' and grocers, onljr first-class house keeping Et Gregory. _
Tenant Spain. Apply to Pons Phone 557.
Journal 16feb Bilboa. 6fsb2w
care story barn.- jood water, mail box on ed bouse of kind In city.. .Fair prices to all.
for branch office WANTED.-The public to know that the land.' Address "Farm" care Barber Shop, or to 422 E. GovernmentSt. If you have Idle. money bringing TOURIST HOUSES No.: 222 and 101 fl
we ikijii locate here in Pensacola.Add1"e V .
old newspapers can be bought at JournaL l3feblw5FOR. small Interest, let us place It in first Corno Hen feed will make your N. Spring St. Good location. Special -
w tn references. The :MorriS .
Who esa-e House Cincinnati Ohio.- this office for,five cents a bundle. They SALE-We will sell the exclusive HORSES-AND MULES-McMillan & mortgages. at 7 an4 8. per cent. hens lay, and keep them in a healthy rates to parties or clubs. Apply
fcfeblm are all clean and nIce.WANTED.Electric right manufacture and sell Turton 'la\"e. just received "a car condition. Try it. For sale by theLewb Mrs. W. J. Williams 222 N. Spring SL -

our household garbage burner in the load of horses and mules from Tennessee 1.S.. BROWN & CO. Bear Co. Tfeb! 3vjanlm g

work of eh kind. state of Florida to tIme right parties. For and the latter can: be seen at IL PESHON still at the same place,'I PLEASANTLY situated rooms,to rent.'

WANTED Let us clean your fans repair your prices, information and description of Pou's stables on West Intendenda St. Theisen Building. 14 W. Intsndencla. t hoet made to' Apply at 111 W. Chase St. '8feb2w, -

dynamo (la jour, wiring etc. P1''ua; device apply to Domestic Garbage lOfeb all kinds of repair work. !
order; FOR RENT-Furnished
570. Pensacula: Electrio: Co.. 205 S. Kalamazoo, Mich. rooms torrent _
Burner Company,
WA\TED-Position as day or nfchtwaunman. FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co. are "WE SELL LOTS"For 6feb2w j with or without board. No

First class references. Baylcn. 13feblw. -a I agents for the' famous Corno Hen light housekeeping. Apply 310 West

Adlress B. care Journal. 20feblw SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED FOR SALE-For a few days only, 2 Feed. Finest thing' in the world to NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible 'Gregory. JanSMmo*

POSITION WANTED position -Hlghtst price paid for gent'sclotbing lots opposite the Hagerman resi.. make hens lay: Keeps 'em In good Sale. I for debts contracted by I -- -
of the schooners Kate rent. e _
cnly. Also setl hand dence. New City 62500. Fine location condition too. 7feb the captains ,
toookk<*per. Good references. Ad. Sallle Guy. H. Jer- I Newly furnished, clean and nice
9 for home. Apply B. F. Wolfe.Citizen's Pay, Alabama or __ __ __
lrss X. Y. Z.. JournaL goods. No. E. Intendencia. a I '
care near postoffice. Apply at 128
ISfeblm FOR SALE CHEAP AT WARRING- FOR SALE Choice Jots on East Hill owner. Portland.. Fla. 3feblm % E.
.i Ucl>l WANTED.-The Merchant TransferCo. Bank. TON-one four room house with for sale. 'Price reasonable. Address I Government street Mrs. B. M.rTralner.' _______

W\"lED-To loan money on your wants your moving and baullng. FOR SALE OR RENT-New. store front and back gallery; only one year 'Lots, care Journal. 20feblw This is to certify that the Ferry 7janlm. '
personal: property and household All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnorgen. and dwalling in good locality on old. Apply to G. R. Wllkins.8feb2w Pass Inspectors and Shippers Asso:, Old newspapers at five cents a bundle tat

gois. Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jef-- Prop. Phone 978. 18juneln East Hill. Good business. Apply FOR SALE.-Only 4 young. Boar pigs elation are not responsible for tha. this office. They are all clean _
iRk 15feblw sired, by Duke of Florida 68923 boom receipts of their instection -
: .r..on and Zarragossa Sts. SSES'RWOV'ATED. 1021 N. ave. out following and nice. .
,. MATTR New FOR SALE.-South half 'block 211 of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore, 58541 : Receipt_No.. 134.7. of G. D. t -
tick furnished it desired. All done FOR SALE Go-Cart In good cond'-'{ fronting 400 feet on 13th street by All guaranteed with registrations and Robbins; receipt No. 1348 of Feagin BAY HOTEL.;-Open night and dare

\.. RT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing in good order on short notice. Leave tion. Cheap. Apply at 907 N.AI-. 107% feet on' Bay lew Park; also pedegrees. Carl Setterlind. Chipley. and Hassell; receipt No. 1295 of Chas European plan. Rooms light and _

*"cl ((leaning Club. 118 N. Palafox orders at Green & Watson. Phone canlz. 15feblw south half of bloc If 212, fronting 400 Fla. 26nov. Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Inspectorsand clean. Transient trade solicited. _

S Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat- 193. 4feblm FOR SALE-Beautiful block In New feet on 14th St., by 137& feet on Bay Shippers ,Association by J. T. 575-579 S. Palafox. Ju. S. 'Nlcolan/.

.maage solicited; satisfaction guaran- money'on City. Tract No. 312, For cash $600.( View Park. The only property adjoining FOR SALE-3 acres land on Town Harper. Pres. Jan281ai Prop. V
'''d I Careful attention given lailes' WANTED-To loan your Apply to A. M. McMlIla Court Houaalaus.] Day View Park that Is now fr Point, opposite city,near marine ways. -
garments Phone 1222:! gfeb watches jewelry and personal ef saleThe beautiful.view down the $300 cash; deep water frontage. Ad. DRESSIAKL"'iG-Mrs.' Alice W. Her- ,,
fects. Highest cash price for old gold bayou and down the bay can never be dress Land care Jburnal. lOfeb man has opened a first-class dress- FOR RENT
POSITION[ 'VA.\'TED-By competent and silver. Llghtman & Klein, 106 E. THE GREAT LINDSAY: LIGHT Burns' .
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs 30jly making shop at her residence; log E. V ____
Uwkkeeper, either as bookkeeper I wright Phone J127. less gas and gives :you more light! FOR SALE.-Most beautiful residence Intendenda. Ladies Invited to calL FOR RE..T-T'.o -room house on.
C*rk or collector. Have had six I II for l leas money than any lamp yet AUTO lOBILES.-I am agent for the block in Pensacola overlooking the East Main St Apply at 438. or 434

years experience. Can give good ref. I WANTED-To buy old, gold and silver made. Try it ana1 see for rout self., Pope Mfg. Co. and trence.: Address A. broken up stuff regardless of Booklets free. Call up 380 and ask and Shoemaker. '
Boot .
care Journal. from $500.00 up. They cost less than oak magnolia and other shade JOHN FLO. FOR RENT-Desirable
1* leb 8tU size Cash paid. Llgatman &. Klein, about them. 28 East Governmentstreet. horses to keep up. They can be run trees., Ideal location for home, hotel Fine custom, work to order; repairing dence. No. 208 West Gadsden St.. _
106 E. Wright*_ Phone ,1127. F B. Bruce. fabll-lm '
ANTED In sand or anywhere a horse can go. or sanitarium. A. C. Binklry. ; material and workmanship guar. Wm. D. Howe. 401 Thiescn Bldg. 18feh r _
-You to use Corno Hen Kauffman's FOR SALE-7-room house at Gould, Leslie E. Brooks. 'anteed. Please .sire nw A. call. 120.
*eej. This makes your hens lay pricesfor to F. Ii FOR' SALE.-Nice, clean I'ORTwo story resia<*
In'.;. Apply ; Askergren. newspapersfor E. Government street. Phone, 1086. nc V
and fat.,.rs them. Try It. For sale developing and finishing. B stand Fla. 28janlm JUST RECEIVED-Large sblpment ol sale. Only 5c a bundle. They 27janlmCUT with. all modern conveniences,. corner -
Goulding. :
b cheap st In city. Romana and __ ,. '
The OiL
} Lewis Bear Co. 7feb - ------------------------------ ------- -:- Imported Olive Retail by pint. make: 'good wrapping paper and are V Spring and Strong Sts. Apply C., :V

Palafox. 20 janlm FOR SALE Nice, clean.old newspa. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso Just the thing to pnt.under matting. |I.Turner. Sfcb. '! -
WAXTED-Everybody FLOWERS-Orders promptly
In Pensacolato pers at nve cents, a bundle. This of. &..Co. ship chandlers and grocers 701 ifr
know that the Y. M. C.. A. JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby flee South Palafox. 4oct. QUICK-100 filled for rose, carnations,. flowers FOR RENT.-Elegant. 2-story 8-roozn
SALE high back
trig was built of brick made the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W f' !f'OR and designs of all kinds. Miss Bertia cottage at 318 West Belmont St.-Ap-1
bUlId'l 181. 'OR SALE.-Second hand, Babcock'lJug FOR SALB-Two or three wagons, cane ,bottom chairs. Will sell all
Ponsacola Phone the
Government Barcelona. Phone
Brick 651.
Co., and they Smith. 616 N. ply to Walker: Ingraham at Star Laun-
pared to furnish X best of work. Idec ?y. rubber tires In first-class! drays and horss cheap If taken or portion of them _cheap. Jog. Roth, .
jou. S. Walton. condition. For Information Phone 614 and Government Ste.lOf dry. 25Jaa.. _
few days. Tarragonna
M telepaone within a or ap-- L. Diamond Tailor.
WANTED -Hauling and transfer Nq.51< .. ply at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. I b., I Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed'and .FOR RENT.-Elegant two story fltor. _
made to order; old work. Office phone 363; ,residence _. room in new Star Laundry bu'ldinf.'!
390. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. _. repaired on short notice. .No., 11>,
maures phot -- -: --- ----- -
es street
renovated and new tick Government ,St. Pensacola, Fla. E. Garden Apply Walker In-
luriLshed! if desired. Tarragona St. 25mar. ---- West
Ring phone 771 ---- '''' -- --- Idee. graham. Star Laundry. 22dec. 'I- '
0"- call at 114 E. Belmont St 2feblm '
A. R. BINGHAM bag storage room for V
".\XTED. Real Estate for sale' or to Loan. THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO: rent, suitable for furniture or other V

'"at, lea!-,) or exchange. Your busl-! Money Some Attractive Real Estate Offerings wholesale "retaIl'manufacturers goods; 104 and 106 South Tarragona

C!", respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson MONEY T0 LOAN-Everybody bor. and dealers otton"mattresses: and St.: Phone 630 ZOnov

Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gov- rows money from ,Jno. A. Hall & bed springs. Second hand turniture I

niment street Room 7, Salisbury Co. 16 E. Government street. Whenin 2 lots 60 ft. front on the southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets, very select neighborhood ought and sold. Upholstering r0.

:'ding' Phone 172. 23Jan heed call on us. 9feblm I.. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ;, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .....?..... .... ..... ,... .... ....$1500.00 pairing a specialty; 114 E. BelmontSt. 1 LOST
\\TED-Your I'' 6 lots on th.fwest side! of N. Palafox St. between Lee and fount streets ((400 per. lot$2400.00) city. Phone 771 C. T. Davi., ,

terlal used repair -work. Best I, MONEY LOANED on' all kinds of per. Building lots on west side of 1l. Reus Street between DeSoto and Strong.. ... .. u .. .. .. ...$450.00 Ugr. UJanlm LOST A fountain pen in postofflce V

\;3rk called for; work guaranteed; I" sonal property on' short notice. I'' 54 13 ft. on West Romana street at the foot of Spring? St., improvements on property, renting for $13.00 building. Reward for return to this

'':%e 1210. L. and delivered. Ring Terms easy. ,J.; B> Gray .& Co.. 2W., per month.. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... ....?... ..-.. ... ... ......... ... .. .. .. .... .. ... ...$4000.00 J. H. PORTER,,sallmaker, 716 South office. 20feblt
"U"r H Peshon. Shoe-, Romana. Phone 1165. lfeb 40 ft. by 170 ft. deep- on Eas(Romana St.'next to Bass & Co., a good investment *. ., .. .. ..$4000.00 Palafox street Orders taken.for V
and Repairer, S. W. corner Bay- '5 lots tents awnings, camp stools Lad "boule LOST-Dark red cow, short and jeavy
on the South East corner of Spring and Lee streets; a splendid: bufldiag site.$2500.00 .
ft. Intendencla Sts.' Cfeb%*'* MONEY.TO LOAN.-On'real estate or We make offer 7-room and 18th cots. etc. Prices reasonable., aUan. with white spots. Left horn broken J -
.. ) a special of and )hall house on the southwest corner of 16th street aveme I
\. WED.-AH kinds of electrical other sufficient security by applying and 1 with 5 lots. Thla is an ideal surbnrbaq home, fruit trees stables, windmill and tank, water throughout ... off. Branded: D. B. Reward' for return -
work. I sell all kinds of electrical to Thos. Pebley. cor. I1nov-C. house everything conven'ent' and new, not far .from ur, line. The house and improvements could not be to 14 W. Intendencla. _

"a ter'es' anj. other electrical supplies. Romana. up stairs. duplicated for the price.........? ,.. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .....' ........ .... ..k. .... .... ....$2500.00 STEAMBOATSCEDUE-[ .1 2Ofeblwa 1
WhpII' you need me ring 345 or 955. )MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate Sot; East Jackson street two.story S rocm and haIl house, bath, gas, a delightful home and good neighborhood LOST-B'ack' female setter pup- '

1-J \\ Peake new Star Laundry. build security, or on good collateral: lot 93 ft. by 150.......... .. 4. .. .. .. .. .. .. '.. ............. ...... J... .... .....i.$350000 STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ, J. M. about one month old. Reward for
:Il _E: Garden. 15dee..A at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. A five room and kitchen .cottage on Little Bayou fronting on the water; lot'100 ft, by 140 ft. deep barn. master. Pas '!ng'rS'and return to G. B. )lcGlIl, 706 E. Jackson .

'\\. ED-Position wanted by' Fisher building. 21JaD and IS bearing fruit trees. 80 ft. wharf running out into the water. The house has been,newly painted! and Freight Rogers service' between Pensacola St. ISfeblw*
young papered, and wool work graineJon inside house sits on-bluff about 20 ft. small sail boat and row boat _
of ability and temperate habits. LOANED'on all kinds of personal ani Fr& port. Fla. At Baylen street LOST Pointer bitch brown"- d !
Tflar:! with business would MONEY : short notice. go with house near car line. 'This, place la very cheap at.. .. .. ...... ..., ".. ,_.., .. .... ..$1500.00 wharf Wednesdays and -Saturdays. : blaze. Brown
grocery ; propertyon' with wnite spotSon
3 lots on Strong street betwsen 10th and 11th avenues. This .cheap at.. .. .. $650.00
Prefer property i is.! very '
posit'on! as shipping clerk. but Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs Tourists and others desiring to see shoulder and one on body. Balance t -,
"ould consider any offer of clerkship 2S& South Palafox St.,' honcdl MONEY at the lowest market raits o interest on improved or vacant city property. places. of interest oa ChoctawhatchieBay I white. Reward for return to H. A. -, r-

taturi' Would require week's notice!, T and .Santa. Rosa Sound. should Brosnahatn, COS N.' Spring St. ,ISfeb 1 ';

nd am already employed. Address'UNLIMITED amount 01 money to loan The Fisher. Real Estate Agency make this trip. .Sp lal rates! for'par- : '
flfrk. this office. property. ties of ten or more.., Fdr rates or LOST-A petition containing number f
oa all kinds Information, apply_ on board or signatures 1J of value.to.no one.,but'owner. *
other .
W.tTED._ to business men on large /-Phon 87. 2O6 South' Palafox:
A. R. 10febl0t.J Special rates Co. address P. O. Bex 6S2, Pensacola. Fla. Reward for return to Journal -
Tour moving and hauling. loansTbeN! York Loan 27Jaaim offict. ST -
bleu all breakage Phone South Palafox. I :

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Following Is a list Qf' the deeds recorded 'MOE. '

AGAIN yjrvrday repo'te.l Dy'The t

Pensacola Abstract C'J: -. ,-- Gen'l
\Ve hare them- very Thos. Flanagan to' Saund rs Mill 'Kn- ow'les Bros. Agts
kind of the best material Co., block 143. Sec. 19 T%,2 S. R. 30 W. Givesjien I Pensacola
Our Shirts fit; w won't East King Tract Belmont Numbering. *flANTA'I
give uj; .store room to $1000 and othercons.id: ratlons. 'I Strength and --
; shirts that'-won't fit. W. C. Jones Reiterates Former John N. Day to CJyde: E. Wilson, ,- "

lots 1 to 5, Inclusive,. block 41. Bel- courage to surmount, .. .
Naval .
Statements in Answer to mont Tract, $1.00 and -other 'consMorations. :all difficulties ..'.
Savnnah, Ga; S
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Chairman Zelius. Clyde E. Wilson to J....S. Reese, Iota Renews vitality stores market :
50 Cents ,
From 1 to 5, inclusive, block 41, Belmont WW ., .,.:>._ .. : Works and :Supply Co.
, Tract $2350.ClYde I imparts snap and life WG.. f' ... .. ,
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E. Wilson to John N. Day be- .Uannfactnrers and Repairers ;
To $$2.50 Tentcola. Fla. Feb. 19 1906 ,
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Editor Pensacola Journal: ginning at a point 54 ft. E. o(NE ,corner : ALL GOOtt DEALEKS -.. .. : MACHINERY AND BOILERS ::

I I hao l) the temerity a few days ago thence of block 17. West King Tract, SELL IT K I... .... ... .... MILL AND' STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES ,
150 150
running ft: R thence
to call public attention. through ,
I ft. S. thence 150 ft; W. and thence' B&B-;
We've some mighty good columng, to the abominably disgraceful : G... .. ., .. attention given to all orders, day or,eight Agent t.
e 150 ft. N. to ;
1I0nt also .
Umbrellas from $1.50 up. : and .DANGEROUS; condition, of of beginning,. Atlanta // F .' ;., .. McKay &'Ca's celebrated Las *ad Timber Dogs, alia 7-
Stylish handsome' in appearance I the sidewalks of':}ensaoola I say beginning at a point 50 ft. W. of SE T of all descriptions. ..
and that will turn t temerity bacause .the intelligent and corner of block 17 and thence'funning IE ?
I L Pho-H 123. PHIl. WITTMAN:
.. .. .. ... Mar
I well of! W. 50 ft. thence. N. 15: ft.. thence E.I \
unofftcial c/tizens
water. Informed
Residence P'lene P. O.
1029. Box ,
.. ..- ,. 123
Ie. 00 :
50 ft. and thence
Pensacola 'whom"'my communica-l I S. 152 tl to ,point
tion was reallyddressed, knew 'that of beginning; also all of lot 6 and ,6% Sp'rits TUr. BX
t ,-. tha existent condition of the side- I. of lot 5, block 31. New City Tract,
t walks of Penaacola Wa.8 chargeable to 11500 and other considerations.. 'Pensacola
I .4 :,". the negllgeao' of the Board of Public L. S. Brown to Mrs: N. E. Jennings .....t........................... .......

Works, an organization which It were treason la ,certain circles, to $100 and other considerations.P. broker gives the
criticise < Stone to W. K. Hjer. Jr. and' (Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) for February: 19: 6 COMPANY
The John White Store Mr. Alex ,Zelius, who by chance Knowles Hyvr. N. 14 ft.. of E. 150 ft Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine: Good Middling.. 1 !:
hippeng to be chairman of the Boardof I; of Arpen. !'ot .56 and.S: ...48 ftfr. Wines. Beer and Tobacco. Strict Middling.. >> ,

, f I Sp clnt lit If...*. War, Public Work*. eager, to precipltite pent lot 43. between Garden and Chase Mlddlng: .- ... .... .
a newspaper. controversy at the. b- streets, $1000 and other considera Old Hickory Whiskey SpecIalty Strict Low: \ COMMISSION BROKERS
i! 2O5-207 S. Palafox Street. best of ignorant' advisers plunged tions. 12 W. Zarragossa Street. I Low Middling.. i i ii
headlong into print 'WIthout investigating R. F. ,Johnson by P. Campbell special PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.' Stains and
. f Phone 225. his subject. He got the worst I master to H. T. '
of the fray in the first round, and like lot 108 ,block 18. fronting on Govern' AUSLEY &: J
; the lafrowning man grasping at straws *
P he resorts to.;,a tirade of personal; !I ment Bt nJ.street Hilton$700. ESCAIBII OYSTER. DEPOT. .Liverpool
to T. F. Flanagan all .. !
Wires N. Y. N. 0. and
abuae of__me,. to dirt.public,: attention of block 143 Belmont Numbering.Sec. 'I Chicago. i ii |
\1 Florida and Alabama from his' ,seUlmposed"- 19 T. 2. S. R. 30 W, $100 and.other' Phone-1210., 'at, dan.Yeb Feb.-Mar.:: ::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::: :

in en t eIUbarraS5-1 considerations, Fine. ;Perdido Bay fIant.aDd JTscaxa- 3I&r.-Aprit.t..........:: : !
Poor Zelins' !' I' am sorry ; A. V. Clubbs to B.*l-'., Wo'lfe.'lots 17 bia Oysters at .reasonable prices., .' April M'y ........... I STOCKS, GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS
: LAND COMPANY I regret his error.of judgement; regret ....
; and .18, block 220, New' City'act., ar.Jl1ue .... = Y
; that the necessity ef self defense $550. Tabarras & CO.SHIPPING Jt1Pe-Jatr uu..,,....
t f .Manufacturers ot forced me to 'place him in his pre<;t&t I . .7u.1y-Angut ......... and Sold on Margin or for Investment.
_v and Dealers in indefeasible position ae a city official; I I DeLUNA STREET IS' u.1Ut.Sepsember? .. i

'LW4DgR, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- but I decline to diverge a hair's NOW BEING depkmb.r-Oetob.r National and Biafc. Phone
IMPROVED : Peoples 1173
breadth from my original: Intsntion of Qatober-NovemlMT *

\ calling public and DANGEROUS attention: to condition the disgraceful -I Improvements on DeLuna street NEWS November D.cembe-Jan'uary.December. ............ ".....o ... ...........

of sidewalks of Pensacola I tba thoroughfare which was recently rerpool paa. .
the .
: ; pro-I t given this name and which was formerly .,.
D. HALE WILSON 6 i CO. \Ose.to have this.condition ;
I decline to !be drawn:into a personal known as CushmanVi. Alley..were Arrived.T New' York ................ ...... ...............
controversy with a city official commenced yesterday!! by the city, and odora de Tannlga, Br ss. Hudson, O, .
REAL ESTATE, whose acts are BO' hrfefensable as to it is the intention to keep a .bi?' forceof 2599 Hull. Mirch.......' 10 (!
men at work until the',job- is com Sailed. :..... :
leave him no ground to stand upon beyond !tar i : GAS 1
RENTS AND LOANS an unwarranted tirade of person plet"d.The. Glenn ocHt, Br ss, for Port Inglis.. JIII,..?. !
al vituperation.. Improvements upon the part of Gamma Ger KS, for,"RotterdamILalsmgborg AufU t.- ..10.
he city will consist of a sewer extending : Swed for G.?noa. October'. .
We have the following barI The sidewalks of Pensacola are in Lighting. For and :
special Cooking
from Intendencia to Government VESSELS ,JK' !*:a T.StoamsM December..,.. i HeatingDoes
1 gains fn very desirable real estate for an rbomlnable condition of decay and .
I streets in order to properly)' drain the ; )8.' !.f.eworlfbpots.. I
neglect- citizen of Pensacolaknowethatand
few onl
a days 'oSPECIAL -every
> it Is the SWORN place which has been I is a deplorable. Alioth Dutch ss. Mulda, 1298 Rotterdam merchants of the away with all!! work and : '

: BARGAINS. duty of the Board of Public Works to I condition for many years.. Excavations to order. .an-' using 'gas arc lights trobule incident to use of wooi .
for the placing of this' s wer E .sUa'nds, Br :SIY.'" Tho as. 2001 :' Open and coal. Turn a value, strikea t
that condition.
2 lots In block 170, New City, 80x137 remedy I are now. being made. Tampico 8 ; store'and windows.
!1 feet, on car line .. .. .. .. *. $400.00 The within City,Code certain sp-sciflcally limits there designafrsthat ehall: I As soon a;; this j is finished, the, Kirks*ood,. Br- S3, Lprson> : 2093,Lon July.uS1"r.........,._' 81 . glow match or cooking and }mi fire.have a warm :.
3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads of the don..
t owners
I property along the
den street. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00 be a certain tax' levierf: and collected I street will start the work of pavins Pleamoor Br ss, Prest 2S03, Mobileto It SAFEST AND CLEANEST AND MOST CON. :
5 Toledo Whoever heard: of the suspension of : .
lots fronting square In New it. master. BEST. VENIENT. '
City. .. .. .. .. .. .. the collection of taxes because perchance Open :
$1,000.00One -a .
Secunda Br Donnelson, 1309:>>,
the collection might work a H\1,.......:..,.42 < :
&-room bouse, with ,bath and hardship on, the property owner? In I ESCAPING NEGRO CAPTURED Tenereiffe to The W.tS. Keyssr Co. J ':-'. ...... __ _:' .4
rewer connection gas in every room; SUNDAY AT FLOMATON Vivina. St'itn'ss. Uustmza IJttS, Liv.
fact Is there any warrant of law for
nice neighborhood. 4f taken I .
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. at such procedure? erpool to Gulf Transit,Co. New York / Gas 1
once $1.450.00 The same code that levies taxe.., Deputy Sheriff McCurdj...of Floma W-rmland, Sw!'d fs; Anderson 1473 U | Company |
6 houses In block 17, West King that within I ton, made a, good capture Sunday Tampico to Pensacolfta, Lumber So.ehlp. Son'uMl! 1acUio...... ;
Tract renting $30.00 per month. Will pJ"QideEipecitkal1Y.: \ certain morning. when he arrested -Percy .. Copper. .............. '
limit. the sidewalks shall bemaintained | 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. |
lend $2,000.00 of .. i'd
necessary, $2600.00All I Bachelor the nf'gro who attempted to Avon. Ital 6bp AY; gno.. 1601 Genoato A. S.B.?..
of these propositions are < bar. thus and so; and if not I cut the throat Atch ..............
gains and will beheld open for 'a'few they shall be made ,(by the BOARDOF I of D S. White, i m the Rosasco Bros AR ,.. ) ..t................ .... .......:
Gold Mine restaurant few Ual ;
i&ys only. PUBLIC WORKS) to conform ,to i and was only a days ego' Genoa.Casanova blv' Avegno 1069. R.14T................ .
prevent:!: from Excellent warehouse location 'on the requirements of the code. Has the I by The interference i.&o ......:......... "
railroad track very cheap. Board of Public' Works any more risht of "S ectat-'rs, Elvira. Port hip.'Ro1rques, ; ,. HS8 tne.: .............!..... advance: on this side I
; Good 8 per cent mortgagee on band. to suspend the operation of an ord.nanoe -I The negro took offense at some" remarks Lisbon to ox dn. OF.1-................ 'heavj buying orfren' Marine Grocery Co.
made bj White who 'I I U 8 "
niiht I"IIt.Ao
Best kind of Inve tments. requiring the construction aad : u-. s../......: !
maintenance of sidewalks, than it baa I clerk at the place. and usd his fcaife Adele. Swed bk..Janse.,596. Havana \1,5., preferred..... and Lancashire but
Property Improved in wanted all parts and of for city sale.vacantor suspend the-operation of an ordinance He made bis .escape and has been atlarg5 Due Cuigiai. Ital bk. Ohvarl. 1252, U.8.. J: state of affairs the 604, 636, 603, 610 S. Palafox St.

.. requiring. the collection of since that date. Genoa to order.. at L.& y.......;........ to playa waiting ;Phone:: 725-
30 S. Palafox St. taxes? Clam a Ernelia.- Ual- bk, S64. tHa' tA ; Phone 234. The merchants and other businessmen -- ---- -- -- -- ---- vana.' !.C ..............::::.::: :: : : ; had shown V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .
f' of Pensacola dxenQng< thou- Gudny. Nor bIt: Saanum, 821, Hamburg Sips.-. _.. to jsel} than to
of dollars are to advertise: OUR REPUTATION .to master. CSD.Peo............. there was a growing
sands annually
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Killcena. Dan bk. Pedersen 783. ; T)
their city and to exploit to the world there'was more
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Timber Lands outside, its advantages' and attractions : OF 53 YEARS. ,Bahai. .'... to he marketed than EAT.
R'D'G.1.-1. ::
I -this in addition .to their taxes Pedro Lacave Span. bk. Maristang ,esP .. ....... : heretofore thought. Just Received:
hence it i is a reproach to the pow is back of very bottle of Hostetter1 I 509. Satannah to Rix M,Robinson.Providenra. : K.I.... ...., who-were 'oo'bulhsa Halibut! Chunks, Halibut Quick Lund
\\1.hln'.whose :-provino* lb con.'s. tht Stomach Bitters and'st n1s as a Ital bk. Olresc. iss.I 18-B....:.-...:::.:::: :: !season are covering 50 kits of fancy Mackerel. $1.25 pe:
the present condtton' of our public strong guarantee of !Its wonderful mer-I. Tonlo. Ital bk. Tonino... 1032. Genoa.. !, T.O.L........,....... and seem disposed to kit.
! ForSale ways should maintained.. it. If your stomach"Is disorjered liver Genoa to master. I Penal.!........i...... market while the con 50 kits Salmon. $L25 per kit
di W. C. JONES.No inactive or kidneys '*eak. one bottle Thomas, Ital bIt;. 'Lano S03 Naples U p........!.......... nothing. This in our 50/)"kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit
of ur be 10'Ifal" bk. Olivari. .:.:: :: i making the situa- 50 kits of Cod,Tongues and Sonadi,.

Genoa to Rosasco Bros. 76d'l, -Aual y '&: Co's. as it I is continually $1.25 per kitBloaters.
Case of Pneumonia on Record .
HOSTETTER'S Schooners.Chas. : New York, Fe!) :: short! interest which Milkers and Roes Herring.
:.--- We tare them. Several splendid We do not knOw,of a single Instance A. ,GilbergArn., sch. Jasp her: cables this. ; must be covered. Of Codfish, Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickles,
1rge anl.sm&11 where a cough or cold resulted in will do world or 269 Pomaron to master' Krout
; turpentine locations. you a good. Thous r/l:spots, sales of : -') d'pend upon the German Sauer
,Saw Mllfe and Saw mill locatJonLSon3e pneumonia of consumption when Fo- ands have already been cured of such ,Horatio L. Bak, rAm sch,, :tracts were two In theMarch, op- Pigs Feet In kits $ .OO.
I excellent bargains In large lej's Honey and Tar had been taken.It ailments as Poor Appetite; Indigestion 720. Lagua 'to J. Ai Merntt?.& Co. ,:Just, about ,what a consta"erable" Manewaj.. and Lange's Fruit Cak,
'*and small tracts of round and boxed Cures coughs and colds perfectly Flatulency, Costiveness Dyspepsia Barkent1nes.I ea. reports transferred to more National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25o:
timber land do not. take chances with some unknown Colds. Grippe,,Female Ills and Gen I Beatrice Am bktn' Casaveggio 143C i seemeddisposed, : ; however. there may per pound.,
Large tracts of Mississippi Deltaand preparation 'which may contain eral Debility. Don't fail to try it to-I Rrtterdam to Pen*acola Lumber ('.0. to cause a mark- We handle the celebrated blends ft
I; Hardwood landa. opiates, which.cause constipat.on; day. _Caroline_ Koch, .Ian __ bktn._ Holm. ---r- the tenders not prop toffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffe
Splendid list of varaable property a condition that retards recovery froma Fort de France to McKenzia Oerting -u- taken care of, but Co., H. P. Chlpman Manager,
l and fine location: for a Colony or Stock coll. Ask for Fbl y's Honey and & Co. the New York Oaxaca, 350 lb.; Gold Standard 251
|Farm la South East Georgia. Tar and refuse any substitute offered I I hold the long end lb: Diamond Blend 25c Ib; Goldea:
/ Some of the choicest residence W. A. D'Alemberte. druggist anj! COFFEE --------- -- ----- comes to taking the Rio. 20c lb.Strfctly .

] places 1- the beautiful little city of apothecary. $25 REWARD pa}'ing'-for it outright fresh roasted and as fOCI
I DeFunlak Springs, Fla. and in Milton I havy movement of as any Coffee! sold In this city.
Fla I & ;; statements 01 Send us your orders and we will!
Onr prices and terms are reason MAYOR ISSUES We are the Pioneer I I !' universally' encour. liver promptly.
.. able. ** \ m the trad*$ centers J
Cal on or write to ui. Coffee Roasters of tradq. showing grat
PROCLAMATIONWHICH ., goods for spot and
West Florida.
and stating that they
I in obtaining many
PROVIDES FOR THE McHUGH'S'BLENDS' S and' receiving stand In an need in- .... ULL

: of business from ail
: for a substantial
Abstract Company, FETTI: 'BU' ',PROHIBITS ,exceptionally bright. EXPRESS'
have no equal.. 'Atrfal .1 When the market can' b-s
F. 0. Box I 115. DeFunlak Springs, Florida O JECTJONABtE.DE.. > ; Get .advance and ''Profits PnEPAID
will convince the connoisseur misleading infor
.. VICES .'York baa been ad-
that we I\'s\ the I week that
the. past
; Pensacola! St. Andrews and make no extravagant wee slackening. Th,
Major Bliss yesterday issued the seero to be at the

T Gulf Steamship C,. u'ual proclamation, the Mardi claims. stocks and we do .
Gras celebration, which 'reads as follows WARRANT for the arrest of this 'wo any special sanger
STEAMER TARPON : man. She is about 26 years of ape, "account I Dor
V Proclamation. Wholesale a'nd- .RetailGROCERS weighs.. 135 pounds, thick dark hair,, wires to-day bad
W. G. 3ARROW, Mastar. Whereas. His Royal Highness King high forehead brown eyes: five feet \ a strong new DELIVERED fOR
i ..utsr-cL.AE PASSENGERFREIGHT AND.. Priscus VII. has. given official notin high.,: wears No. 'shoS... upper teeth coming 'into cotton;
SERVICE cation that ha will arrive on the royal god! filled and oa crowned tooth.:8h New was Inactive and
-Cetw."c- yacht Rospen in P/usacola at high has long fingers with, round nails.I *, seemed willing to $12Cl9CHAS.

; PENSACOLA.' MOBILE. APALACHI. noon Monday; February 26, 1906. on and all kinds of Feed Plump of figure and fairly 'pretty.Her ,* : further developments. -
t COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. AN. his annual visit to hi* loyal subjects. maiden name was Thompson which[ : their action. Big
DREWS. MILLViLLE. Therefore. I, Chas., }[. Bliss Mayorof Stuffs.PLuto ::: name she has pOSSiblY. assumed. traders continue to
And all points on St. Andrews Bay thA' City of !iPensacola proclaimtwo Wire sheriff at DeTunlak Springs I Just for soma account BLUM &CO
Carrabello and Apala, ...hlcola.V .
\ days revelry during the visit of Florida; $2i.OO reward for the child. the southern shorts ST,
). SCHEDULE His Majesty. February 26th and 27th, Fisher Monroe Douglas This-woman.I It :would take very lit 517 AND 619 WEST BAY
-a 1906. and permission is hereby givento Water Florence ('Wood kidnapped him from;. bull movement. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Leave Fensacola Sunday $:30 p. all his subjects to'throw coarse Freeport,Fla. on the night of September -: sbort ,side a serious ---+!

i for Mobile, AlL confetti upon all whom they a. 'mlre 6th'1$05.: The child is 6 years old. J, to, the profits.
Lave; Penaacola.. Tueeda 8:30 p.' and respect, but'.the use of dusters fair skin,. lIght: hair; has 'upper fore-!I W. A. 0' I + HICKS"CAPUDINE
for St. Andrew., MlUvUle Apa- rubber balls canes and all other objectionable Wholesale andlRetail.New I teeth rotted off; very*plnmp., weight, .pleasant; and positive -
la&lcoia. Carrabelle and intermediate Devices ts- strictly pr> about 50"pounds;. very bright 'child. Early* Risers. Tbeae IMMEDIATELY CtM
I (pointa.'. A hibited. Orleans Gr Co. Expenses paid bothways' delivering _Druggist. t Pills are so 'mild and : HEADACHESBrcaksupCOLDS
For additional laformatica apply t.J Given nnder 'my had and seal this cery child to DeF nfak Spnpgs, Fla.. in'aJdltion -, ldI'eD. delicate ladies
J. R. SAUNDKRS. Nineteenth- day. of February, 1906.' to the,$25 reward. T : enjoy.their cleansing

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