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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 21, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION" .NEXT WEEK, WILL BE THE BIGGEST IN CITY'S HISTOI if f



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ITo INVESTIGATE MOTHER TAKES LIVES OF BROKEN-HEARTED FATHER :




THE RAILROADS, CHILDREN AND HERSELF IS AGAIN DISAPPOINTED


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Discriminations and Monopoliesin YOUNG MAN ARRESTEDFOR Throws Three little Ones Overboard -


Coal and Oil to Be Inquired and Follows( Them .to COMMISSIONER.OARFIELD Boy in Pensacola Answers. Description <


Into."i FORGING SIGNATURESAlleged Watery Grave. ON THE WITNESS STANDFIRST of Dr. Byers's


Lost Son.
that Thos. F. Raus her GOVERNMENT WITNESS I N TRIAL OF PACKERS AT CHICAGO -
of
the
Res-
T1LLMA1MEASURE\ Proprietor Klondyke Awful Tragedy Discovered on Fall .,.
HE ;OENIES.MANY. OF THE STATEMENTS MADE BY WIT. -
taurant, Secured at Least$1,200.00 from FATHER CAME HERETo
River Line Steamer.OPEN NESSES WHO 'TESTIFIED I IN INTEREST OF: PACKERS.

Various Firms Here.
Us Amended Will Be Favorably "
y -- ---- By Associated Press. protection that had been promisedwas

Reported by Committee. HE HAD BEEN IN BUSINESS ONLYA DOOR OF STATEROOM Chicago, Feb. 20-Commissionerof I I protection for their confidential Identify Him But' Errand Was
TO DISCOVERY OF TRIPLE MURDER Corporations Garfield took the stand, figures. This he salt: had been given ,
FEW MONTHS AND WAS SUP. 8 BEGINNING E N I OF 0 f today In the packers case and denied]; them, although the average of these Fruitless
AND SUICIDE-LEFT. NOTE many of the statements made by wit confidential figures had been given in

COMPROMISE MEASURE IS A COM POSED TO BE' DOING WELL-IS nesses for the packers. ".a report of the commissioner on the .
SAYING SHE FEA.RED'INSANITY I Edward 'Morris, Edward 'Swift and beef industry. He also denied positively ,
BINATION OF TILLMAN GILLES NOW OCCUPYING A CELL IN Arthur Meeker have all testified that that he promised that all information ADOPTED SON OF MR. AND MRS.
AND COULDN'T LEAVE CHIL--
PIE AND CAMPBELL RESOLUTIONS COUNTY JAIL. THE END ATAlGEGIRAS Commissioner Garfield told them his'! would be regarded as confidential. SCHOENSTE3N WAS BELIEVED
DREN. department had power to compel Information He.denied that he had at anytime

-HOUSE ADJOURNED OUT if they refused to give it I said anything regarding an oath TO BE CHILD STOLEN FROM,
willingly. Mr. Garfield today on the! in connection with the im estlgatlon.Mr. .
OF RESPECT TO REPRESENTATIVE An arrest that'caused more than stand declared he had never made Garfield was the first witnessfor SEELEYVILLE, INDIANA, NEARLY -<
usual comment was maa'e last night, By Associated Press. such a statement. He also denied the government the packers hay
CASTOR, OF PENNSYL when Daputle Sanders and Johnson Fall River, Mass Feb. 20.-The open that he had ever promised, immunityto ing rested their case shortly before TWO YEARS AGO-DR. BY.

VANIA.I took into custody Thomas F. Raus- door of a stateroom which was occupied the packers saying that the only the noon recess of the court today. ERS RETURNED NORTH YESTERDAY. .
cht"r. a run white man of excellentfamily
and three children
by a woman
and placed him in the county
on the trip'of the Fall River Line .
jail upon the charge of forg?I')'. Xo
By Associated Press. bond was given by the prisoner and Private Negotiations to Be Dis steamer. Plymouth, from New York to EVERYTHING READY FORPENSACOLA'S

TVa,hlngton. Feb. 20.-By unani- he was placed in a cell to spend tire this city early to-day led to the discovery -
TDOIJV! vote the House Committee on bafance of the night. continued-French Populaceis that :Mrs.: John Walters, of A few days ago The Journal: published
fp 'rstate and Foreign Commerce de- The arrest was made about D o'clockby an account of the loss of the
Brooklyn N. Y., had taken the lives CARNIVAL little son of Dr. S. 1. Byers. of Seeleyvllle -
led )to-o to make a favorable reIr' the officers. Rauscher at the time Calm.By .
of her three littte ones and then her Ind.,. who was believed to haveben '
ant th" Tillman resolution as \' as at his place of business, the Klon
ann'tided by the sub-committee con. dyke rt restaurant at the corner of own. Mrs. Walters apparently had stolen from his home one year
thrown overboard her two o'aughters ago last May and whose father has
!.<.nng:: or representatives II?-pburn, Baylen and Zarragossa; streets. When
olow, a.: Townsend! of Michigan; and the officers first visited the place they Associated Press and infant son and then jumped after I Carnival Committee Held Its Last Meeting Last Night and Heard spent nearly- his entire fortune In a-,

Adam"on of Georgia. could not find him it being stated Berlin Feb. 20.-The decision: of them. futile search for the missing; lad-

(In its! amended form the resolutionm that he was not in the building. Later, the French government. to discontinue Investigation by attaches of the I Reports from the Various Committees Which The. publication of the discrfption
steamer indicated that the tragedyhad of the lost ''boy led
>- ides for an investigation by the however, they saw him looking from private negotiations between the to the discovery
:',"estate Commerce Commission of the balcony and going ua the stairway French and German delegates at Al- occurred between midnight, and Have Been at Work.MANY of an adopted child in Pensacola and
geciras take the three thirty this morning the fact of so well old he answer the
R-nlroad discriminations and inonop- place! him under arrest as he and disputed questions I descriptionthat :
,
leaving.It before the conference is regarded the 'stateroom being unoccupied being his faster parents and several
coal oil. was
1.11' m and
here indicating the beginning of discovered just before<< the Plymouth of their neighbors immediately wroto
'
: ;' Is is alleged that Rauscher has
romproniise measure a com-
made the landing. I KILLED BY FROM THE OUTLOOK THE FESTIVITIES
Newport -
nation of the Tillman. Gillespie and given notes and forged the names of the end of the conference. The left notes ada'ressed to Dr. Byers with the result that that
woman two
to" them and it The German stands firm WILL BE MUCH gentleman arrived In ?tore cola yes.
ainpbell resolutions, although it red parties as security government I GRAND.
to her husband. In one, penciled on .
st- the", number and title of the Till- Is :said that the money he secured by in -position not to yield the policing back of envelope ,she begged GREAT EXPLOSION terday and immediately sought out
the an
:"AH resolution, but narrows It by this means will amount to fully 1200. Morocco:: to France, although fresh forgiveness" In another,"written on -a ER AND MORE LARGELY AT. the sent child him.whose description! had been

*'-tk'UK: out the proposed Investigation One of the alleged forgeries is thai proposals toward a settlement are< piece! of wrappirgtalnrhe s1ild.she ENDED THAN EVER BEFORE IN '
,', mon poIie$-and discriminations In of the name of Mrs.:: .G. Guardina. It likely to 'be made ,by neutral Owers. had worried pntil she eared Insanityand Associated Only Another D upointrn nt.

au product hauled by railroads. tT" Is claimed that the young man gave a could not bear to leave her children By. Press. afternoon THE HISTORY !OF PENSACOLA.The The trip, however, only proved another
this
: .. measure is broader than the mortgage upon a pair of horses and a PULBIC SENTIMENTIN I London publishes Feb. 20.-Th News,from Cairo disappointment and the brokenhearted
(.iilp:purpsolution in that It Includes hack to the Fl*her Real Estate Agency Mrs. Natters was about thirty years I -aS&patch father was again, as he has
FRANCE IS CALM
ill\\ rI1a"h: IP' the Gillespis resolution which he did not possess, agreeingto !: Egypt, announcing a great explosion done time \
old. Her children were Helen aged at the British barracks In Khar last meeting of the CarnivalCommittee $o many -beforet compelled A
vlatetl! our" io bituminous) ; coal, and make monthly payments upon the I to telegraph to
four Dorothy, aged 2, and aci Infant loss that will he held before bom-a the mother that
considerable
practical! includes! the Campbell note of $400,00. He has already madetwo Paris, Feb. 20.Notwit.lstandlngtLe I toum. There was :
son ten months old. Her husband Is the parades of Monday and Tuesday his errand was fruitless.A t
or much .
The renewed strain In Franco-German i life and damage to 'property.Schooner
.
"'.solution bj' extending the in\estiga- payment upon this note. .
in the insurance business In New next the 26th and' 27th instant was
relations growing out of the Moroccan Singular Coincidence
I iran to oil.HOUSE note bore the endorsement of Mrs. G. '
York. held last night.
Guard'na., but the officers state that question public sentiment here remains -( Will Repair. The boy -who answers so clearly the
All the subcommittees of the
ADJOURNED AFTER she is Ignorant of the fact that her entirely calm. The journals Wilmington N. C.. Feb. 20.-Tho of description of the last ciifa is little
PASSING RESOLUTIONS name was attached to the paper. here bitterly attack Germany's course Two. Killed By Explosion. schooner Nellie Floyd Nielson. I general committee reported for that the Jimmie 'Schoentytein. adopted eon ot iF
Other notes with forged endorsements : in the Algeciras conference. They Ashville, N. C.. Feb. 20.-A specialto Georgetown to New York, with a car everything was in readiness Mr. and Mrs. Schownstein of 527 E.

Was illJton Feb. 20.-The Home it Is said, were made by Raus. agree that France has reached the the Citizen from Andrews, N. C. go of lumber, having lost both grand event-Tuesday night's parade. Zarragossa street He will be six

'ra! 41 JOUrnp\1' out of respect to the cher, the total amount being secured limit of her concessions.! However, says Joseph Queen! a prominent anchor chains and broken her wind I.The building axxd i>arade committee would re- years old next summer the same asa a aas
that title ;
;-'nior ot Representative George A. aggregating $1,200 or possibly more. there Is no recurrence of public excitement :Mason and Mitchell Howard. were lass, while anchored off.Hatteras, during porteo:! year's pageant that of the missing boy and his
the Association's former
of in which the officers over the possibilities of war.. killed;: by the explosion of a keg of the recent gale, ran to the south eclipse any of foster praente received him from an
:a or Ppnnsylvania.after, the pas- The manner I in the number
Rauschw Even the sensational new 93'perg powder on Snow Bird Valley Railroad, and entered Wilmington where she parades, not alone orphan's home in :Uablta: one y f,
of prevented::
age appropriate resolutions and worked the case
I I I of cars in the parade, but in xuagnin-
commitSENATE; : from obtaining an inkling of what was make no allusions to war. I near there I will repair before proceeding I cense and artistic beauty. ago last July or about'two months atter
the of
surprisednhen disappearance the Indiana
and he was
transpiring The transportation and advertising
arrested. although the officials lad. The boy's hair eyes features!
that indication
committees reported '
evecy
DISCUSSEDTHE stated last night that he admitted haring ;points to the presence in town and even a V-shano) nick In the edge
of the left ear all answer the scrip-!
PURE FOOD BILL done wrong. i : the of the
.. during carnival largestcroraR.of'etrangeri
; : lion of the lost boy, but while this is
; that has ever be'fore so, the father after careful 4nvostlga.

'' Washington Feb. 20.-The Senate WOMAN AND [OUR attended a Mardi Gras celebra I tion, decided that it was not hfe: son. ,
ened for three hours to-day to a '
tion.The The similarity the description:
--uiion of the, details of the pure special committee hawing in isrf'[
I nowerer, a remarkable coindaeaca'.
:
taxi bill a number of amendments CHILDREN BURNEDBy : charge the gasp of football between
and one thai Is hard to account for. ,
'<-'r, ,ugprested but under an agree- : t.; 6 Penaacokt: a.ntl.rort Barrancas for the I When Dr. Byws callwd, to see the'
't' vote on all amendments to-morrow, ,: : .benefit. of.the Carnival fund, reported
boy he
pot? were acted on. Associated Press. . .. .." ., ,' that <81o t;-merchants and other : yesterday morning -was acoom-t'
pankid by E. W. of
: Elliot this
,
Mr Ravneiprinted: by request) a Johnston Pa.. Feb. 20.-Five others per : .. business mea in the city-have agreedto I whom he had, met after reaching; cltY'I'I !
;
two
rpua from the Baltimore & Ohio R. R. sons were burned to death, close their places "lnisiness on and who dftrecU him to 'the 1
to 't.!> it by the Red Rock Fuel Co. '! destroyed .early to-day by a \ order that the game may be uatron- 'ImittpQIately to the place and va'
n xvfcp Virginia. The communication fire which originated in the home of izrf by their employees.This : greatly affected as be examined tna1'

par sizned: by YiN.Presll\:?nt Bond. Patrick GTO an, at Tunnel Hill about .;tt. -: ,;Jt" will be the last game of foot'ball :boy and compared the little feUpw
k" .j..luod! there had been no diserlmtrya "7 miles east of this city. The victims -. -.. .. of the season and it is hoped that features with a photograph of his lost! '
and her four chil wllI4) realized fromit I
on were Mrs. Grogan : t a handsome sum 'son. On becoming convinced that

dren. for the carnival fund. :the boy was not his Dr. iVyers imme., t

I diately telegraphed bin wife and left
INQUIRY INTO Shot at Columbia's President. ANDDAUGHTER ,on the noon train for his home.
Panama, Feb. 20. Colombian news- MRS. Jf LKS ?t

papers received here to-day contain a A Long Futile Search. .

STANDARD OILBy dispatch from President Reyes stating HURT Before leaving, Dr. Byers called at e _
that on Feb. 10 he was shot at eight The Journal office to thank the paper,

Associated Press. tints by paid' assassins: while he was : for 4ts efforts to help him recover blat< f

Yew Vork Feb. 20.-Another ad- crosing the Arjobispo bridge In Bogota I boy, one of the letter In reference ttv' ,
iournaj' nt of the :Missouri State in- with his daughter. None of the By Associated Press. I the Pensacola boy having been written r

ssir into the Standard Oil Co., was bullets struck the President or his :Montgomery: Ala.. Feb. 20Mrs. by The ,Journal. Ha has, belays!
taken to-night before Commissioner daughter. A large reward is offered William D. Jelks wife of the governor I during the past two years exhausted:

Banhorn. The hear.ng: going over till for' the arrest of U* wouldb3 assas- r 7 i'f;' 1 1tL and daughter were thrown from a every effort which love and money.
I
to-morrow buggy to-day and badly hurt. Several combined can devise to locate his BOO,
sins.
CK ,, stitches were necessary in a wound:! and, out of an ample fortune baa left
t a over Mrs. JeHts's} eye and In a cut only $2,5*with which to continue the

Brutal across Miss Jelks's chin. search. H has'traveled 'thousands: of
While
Negro Killed 1 G I miles and investigated many clues,
I BOYS CHARGED WITH THEFT several times being convinced that he

from PosseBy 1TI 5 -' OF WATCH WERE EXONERATED was about to locate the' little fellow
Making Escape -.- -: I but in each case nothing but bitter
.
I The two white boys John Delmar disappointment has resulted. He belleves -'

till four clock this morn. : i : 5PQNCr : ;; B. and Charles Lewis who were,arrested that his boy was stolen 4>y someone
Associated Press |I he kent her the negro. who I :: F last week ("bargro.ith the theft of l but by whom or for what reason

trc-Montgomery[ Feb. 20.-A special]r Ing. lifted located the victim 'an:3 several ., 1, .., d'J a watch from another white boy have he does not know. {
:; AnJalusla, Ala., says a negro] was by started to been discharged from custody the evtaenco The case is one of the sa.d 'tant'j: Pedigree forced an entrance I children. The posse who broke. and produced at the trial before the history of lost children and every' 1
'ari ne house of a well known white!!f I, jail with the negro shot and killed Z'6 Recorder Laney showing clearly that father's heart -wiQ throb with ajmpa j

f b: .lEI!> last night and dragged a young''ran. The !posse -then Mm they were not the guilty parties. thy for the gray-hairo!, broken heart.
!TOM one room to another where;I I the n -gro. r1IR The alleged theft occurred in the ed gentleman whose departure from

opera 'huose, and upon complaint of Pensacola on yesterday's train marked
the young man who lost the watch only one more of thy 'bitter'disappoint 2

Writ of Error Granted in the police took the two boys Into cus raents which he has suffered during '

C tody. the "past two years.

I Contempt Case

Patterson I British Order of Garter



By Associated Pre% I-News preme of Court which In the Mr. Rocky Patterson Mountains Is pro- i for Emperor of JapanBy {I
Washington
Feb. : .-Justice Brewer prietor. For this the state court held .

of the Supreme Court of the Unites -I the senator in contempt and fined
Associated Preis. The entire party was healedby
States todarentered an order I him one thousand dollars.! Brewer ToWo, .};th.,2P-The Impressive ceremony Prince Arthur of Connauxht. who i

granting a writ of error in the con! The writ granted .by Justice' : .. of theTu wfnre ofthe tinperor brought tbe-orderrand-the British ambassador.
(!empt!! case against United States Sen-: stays all proceedings in the the Colorado! fine : CITIZEN-GEB! BUT THERE'S. .A SPONOE AIMRIGHT.. '. ,>' of Japan with the Britten: Order of the Sir Claude ifackdonald, s

tot The Patterson. i court for the' collection reviewed of by the News IteniT-John D. Rockefeller, jr.. recently adjured his Sunday-school class not: -to. ljc-hernia: sponges, Garter took place this morning.In the members of the embassy. and. other
LCIi CUe grew out of the publica4 The case will be Court. absorbinR.aUthe gooUn: the wor4. resenc. at tt7.JWShv#..nen&Qnases a Z.InvitedLatest -

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;'ii : SURVEY COMPLETE RheumatismDoes GLOOMY VIEW .M.enMay Live :

: II 'I II BLUFF SPRINGS II IISp'ec' Heart Happily and

: 1/. FOR NEW LINE not let, go of you' OF DRAINAGE( WORK ;

when you apply lotions or Usefully for 150 Years.
t '., to The Journal. Palpitation
liniments. Ik simply loosensits
Bluff Springs :Feb 20-Last nightat
RAILWAY WIL1. EXTEND FROM hold for a while. Why? the residence of her parents. Mr. STARK TELEGRAPH BELIEVES Js the We/come Statement of Dr. .7ymazi1Jeecher Sperry

LIVE OAK TO FER NAN- and :Mrs.. Dawson. Miss Annie Dawson Iiuigestion causes the stomach STATE',SHOULD LET EVERGLADES in His Recent,Address on the," Science of L ife," Before
Because to get rid of it.you 'was married to: Mr, .:Marcus Taylor, to expand-swell and .
f DINA. Rev. J. T. Fillingim officiating. It Puff up against the heart. This SEVERELY.ALONE... the Y. H. C. A. of Chicago.The .
correct the acid eon- : r
must was a very 'quiet wedding only members crowds the heart and Interferes I fact that a person can live to be over a hundred years old has been proren ,

\ dition of the blood on which of the families of the bride and with its action, causing '. 'I for many years by physicians scientists. ministers of the Ooepel and 4,000, hale and
groom oelng present Miss Annie Is old and all of whom either by or actual use have
The Live Oak Democrat says: shortness of breath, palpitation the hearty men women practice becoml
Frank Drew president of the Florida it depends. Hood's Sarsa- a very lovable young la-ay' and we wish of the heart. etc. The Stark Telegraph, discusses familiar with ' Everglades Drainage project as: follows This wonderful wniCotl mulant during the past fifty years has made the
her a happy: future :Mr. and Mrs. .. nutcM-.,
Railway returned from I '" of 4.000.000 .
yesterday parflla has cured thousands. Taylor will reside at Magazine Ala. : record cares. '
a survey of the proposed new line of I Miss Effie Stanton ; Much has' been 'sa.iJ'! of; late about, Duffy's Pure 1J alt Whiskey Is the only positive cure and preventive or corIion !
enterta ned thirty
: -
colds
KodolDyspepsia the pneumonia, grip, malaria, low fevers. coughs, bronchitis diseases Of,,
t the Florida Railway extending from of her young friends Saturday reclaiming the Everglades: and throat and lungs, nervous prostration, stomach troubles, and aU weakening; wason,
Live Oak to Fernamlna. evening from eight to ten at a candy feasibility and utility thereof have conditions due to sickness worry or old age. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey confusel :
It. M. Ellis is chief engineer in VVOOnAIl : pulling. Various games were played CureDIGESTS not been questIoned: 'The Evergladesis oil. and is the only whiskey recognized; by the Government aa a medicine. noI

charge of the and is assisted and the little folks greatly' enjoyedthemsrlves. a terra_ incognita in the true senseof Following are a few short words of appreciation from thankful men and 1I'0IDea
I survey kinds that you want. WHAT YOU EAT the word and the exped:tions! I wbo realize the life-eiYinff Dowers of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey:
by
C. Beard. The line follows a
b. this Rev. W. N. Dunham. D. D.,Cheyenne Dr.J. if.Horter, Scotch Plains .
Mr. and Mrs. White of Pine Barren which have succeeded in crossing yj."Dutfy'e
Gilmore
F ridge surveyed in 1878 by Gen.
\Vyo.:-"I do not believe I would be alive Pure Malt hisleyi j i;r&
for a watershed, and r.sses OAK AND PINEcheaper. arrived yesterday to .be present at' the' takes the strain off the heart. Immense saw grass covered inland sea to-day were it not for Daffy's Pure Malt liable effective and agreeable towc-stunn!
i 4 through the counties of Suwannee, 'Wedding of Mrs. White's sister :Miss and ,contributes nourishment can be counted on the lln'gers.Th'ay Wl1iskey." lant.

Columbia 'Baker and Nassau, in .than you can buyit Annie Dawson. strength and health to evsry took notes of what they saw the first Mrs. Susan Baker, Elmira, N. Y., 101 Mrs. William Pratt Chelsea Mass 91
, Florida, and Charlton, In Georgia, anywhere. Any size you Rev. J. O. Lawrence filled hIs! regular organ of the body. .Cures few days cut; af:er that they had to years old: **I am well and strong years old:_"It is a Wonder ultouIcj
; crossing the St. Mary's river twice. appointment here at the Methodist Indigestion. Djspapsia. Sour hustle 10 get to terra firma before thanks to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey." has been the mai nstay of my old a ."
want. J. 8. Lambert, Arbovale.Va.Duffy's Rev.McLeod,D.D,Greenleaf .
The which the line church Sunday He was accompanied starvation exhausLon! : Dr. : ;Mich I
: points at crosses Stomach, Belching, Gas on they died of .. Pure Malt Whiskey is a grand -"I thank God there is such a medians
the alr)\u named river into and out E. C. SEWELLPhone Ly his wife. Stomach, and all Stomach All that known of this region comes medicine and I prescribe it for old age." as Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey! "
) ; of the big bend are in Charlton ooun A large crowd went to DFuniaK troubles. from the exped tions and is, as far John Eminger.Harrisburg& ,Pa.,92 years Samuel Pike,Lisbon,N 11..90 years old:
f t)'. Georgia and are now established. from here, Saturalay among them be- ,as concerns soil and water condit'ons, old:_" I consider Duffy's a great tonic- **Every man of advanced years should
I Tha road there makes a deflection in 614. ing Miss lima Davis, Miss Bessie Taylor '- as (o'lows: stimulant for the aged and infirm." keep it in his house."

t. .. order to go anto St. George. 'Miss Ponni Davis. Miss lima Denote Iowa. The .Everglades is a shallow basin, Mrs.Mary Trumblee Genoa Junction,93 Captain Frank Myers, Atlanta Ca.:-.
"
Davis Three a o I was afflicted old:-"I ana hale, and hearty. My Duffy's has cured me and I
stopped (
The road runs 'vithip a, half mile\ of -- over in Pensacola on years having water years hearUj
t the Pine Grove Campground and at a #*# ## ** #. *'* ** **' $ her return home for a few days visit. with indigestion so much that, I of from coraline limestone of inches! to several only---. doctor- Duffv's Pure Malt Whiskey. recommend it to old men."
Mr. N. J. Brewton and little was in continual; pain. After taunt a couple c\UTtON.-Avoid cubstitute*and darei-almltatJolU and 5.ore yon get the traiiinc
point twenty-six milesrom Live Oak PIANOS AND ORGANS. daughter heart feet in depth. The water is clear and In sealed bottte only; never In lack or bulk. You'II know the ft-eauloe by the -Old Cbemtsl'trademark
passes through the best farming sec Nelre! visited< relatives at McDatid my was effectsd. sad I had contains I it comes partly from on the label. Look for It carefully,and refuse everything else. It will cure YOU ttttr!
tion of Florida The Une follows the $. CASH OR EASY TERMS. % Sunday.Mr. smothering sensations. Two bottles me; all other medicine have tailed. Price S I per bottle. Medical booklet tree. Durfy Malt ft twin
All Piano Work Guaranteed. )i. J. B. of Kodol: cured: me. the overflow of Lake Okeechobee Co.,Rochester N. Y. '
Vaughn of
main line one-half Century a
: one and miles south : was
direct rainfall but to a
from
CLUTTER A RUSHING J ALBERT LAMM. partly ,
I of White Springs to avoid that
12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. great extent from springs arel
and overflow !t 'present these In Rev. J. T. Fillingim filled his -
I regular ra'-4
PHONE 476. ,y. dollar bottle contain 2'thn.s !{ frequent in the rough bottom. It: has _
.
*
: appointment at Oak Grove Sun- '"------
charge the to make
of expect
, survey as much as the trial or SOc a slight southerly current and has)
I- connection with the G S. & F.. crossing size Prepared at the Labratary of
$ *** *$ ** ** day.Mr. broken through the rim In several.
O. K. Bowman of McDavid E.C. .
this line at a point east of White was e Witt"COif Chicago, U.s.A."The'
l ) Springs which will afford excellent] here to-day. paces! forming Water courses of Again Under the
j .
, facilities for travel to and from that Mr. A. J| Fillingim and son, of Mo- 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 which Miami river is the largest. The

t, c point, or a spur will be laid to the C:011re11: ; ; } uo. visited relatives here last week. i Year Calendar will be sent free on rocky bottom is often bare, but gen- LEWIS HOUSE Management of

above named place to accommodate FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Mrs. G. R. Stanton and children visited erally covered with muck from a Mrs. Helen
Receipt of two cents in Lewis
- Jocal passenger and freight traffic Fla. at McDavid .Sunday.Mr. postage by few inches to several feet in depth.

:At a 'point four and one-half miles Pensacola Leg Gentry, of Plateau, Ala., addressing. C.: DeWitt. 6 Co.,ChicagoMcKIIMNOAiVILLE I This muck has been formed from decayed New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and"Thoroughly Renovated'Especially
east of :Monriac the ]line crosses the A. was, home on a visit Satur "aY. saw-grass, and would probably

i V..W.brsachottheG.S.&F..and; ; h' Ii Mr. and Mrs.: John Dawson returned. have been deener.- were it not Im Convenient for Transient Trade.
J crosses the A. C, L. at Hilliard. and i to their home in Brewton to-day) after pregnatedwith lime, whIch! rots it

J the northern division of the Seaboard III il l MUSCOGEESpecial //1 a pleasant visit with their parentsMr. I even while under water. A little OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
t near Evergreen. In oraer to go and Mrs. Dawson. II I I island'of low elevation, on which grow'trees

through better territory and being : and 'bushes, is met with occasionally -

deemed advantageous in the way of Pirating' Foley's Honey and Tar. otherwise 'saw-grass often
I traffic, the survey ha been deflected to The Journal. Foley & Co.. Chicago, originated -- ten feet high, is everywhere and: would
from the original line and will pass Muscogee. Feb. 20.-Mr. P. K. Honey and Tar as a 7hroat and Lung Special to The Journal. bar all progress were it not for tortuous N. 5603.C. .
L through Rose's Bluff and the town\ of Yonge president of the Southern remedy. and on account of the great McKinnonville, Feb. 20.-Mr. Donation passages through it.
Crandall in Nassau county. States Lumber Company was here on merit and popularity of Foley's Hon and family have moved here While it has been ascertained that .W. LAMAR. PresIdent JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashiet.

The abo\e will no doubt interest business; during: the past week. ey and Tar many immitations are offered from Century, and will lire in th3 there is a fall sufficient to drain off M. E. CLARK.Vice-President and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier.
the shipping interests of Live Oak Mrs. Frank Henderson was in Pen house formally occupied by Mr.. BeeBray
the the
L for similar sounding names. Be- surfacewater from Glades, it
S Full and detailed accounts will bo published sacola visiting relatives last week. ware of them. Th genuine Foley's and family.Mr. is verY doubtful if the Interior'and
Mrs. M. I Price is visiting hr Bradley of Greenville Ala. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
t I t in the Democrat when the prelIminaries Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack- was northern parts could ever be drained
, 4 of the survey have been. daughter. :Mrs.: G. F. Schott at Portland in our town Friday getting orders fora ,
Ask for it and refuse for
age. any sub enough agricultural
4 purposes.5
.
? OF
Chicago
, worked out. Oregoniliss portrait company.Mr. PENSACOLA. FLU.
stitute. II Is the best remedy for Ales soon as the water left the muck and
McKinnon
Julia Lee of Pensacola. visited was in our
Croup. I I friends here last week. coughs and colds. W. "D'Alemberte., neighborhood Wednesday looking after the saw.grass roots the soil would set DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
d'
-, i Begins with the symptoms of a common Miss Lola Lange. is visiting her sister druggist and apothecary. the logging interests.Mr. tie considerably. The inevitable fires CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SURPLUS $60,090.
i Mrs. Miss from C.M. Larkin several would burn the upper stratum, of 1, ,
t cold: there is chilliness, sneezing Watley. Lange is ,spent days
I sore throat, hot skin quick pulse River Falls, Ala., aa .' is a charming of last 'Week in PensacAJa muck lowering tho elevation still DIRECTORS.
hoarseness and lady Mr. Riobt. McKinnon was ill more. This would necessitate cutting
; impeded respiration. young very
4 I Give frequent small doss of Ballard's Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shockney ar.e rejoicing I II I PINEWOOD II II last ''Week, but after a visit from Dr. every ditch through the bed rock. The Henry L Covlngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brauner,

Horehound Syrup (the child will cry over the advent of a fine baby Finlay is much improved. springs would give endless'trouble in J. ftt. Pfclffcr, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar
for It) and at the first sign of a coupy :Miss Jenniy Barlow has returned places and where the muck was shallow Bryan Dunwody T. F.l\lcGourfn. J. R. Saunders,

cough apply frequently Ballard's Snow girl.Miss Ola Mullms gave a Valentine from Pensacola ', where she. went for It would dry up'and rot-away. Soli A. M. Avery, W. ". Milton 0. Maura.
c Liniment to the throat party to her friends which was enjoy. Special to The JO r al.Pinewool' metrical treatment. composed of pure humus is not per W. 1 I.. Cauthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe Oertlng.

. Mrs. A. Vliet. New Castle. Colo, ed by all 'present has Feb. 20.-Public school Many of our young people are anxiously manent in character; when exposedto Alex McGowfn, C. M. Covington M. E. Clark.
started
again with
: 'Writes, March. 19. 1902: "I think Bal Mrs. Mudge was ill with la grippe teacher. up Prof. Greenas awaiting' the arrival of Mardi the air it soon decays.

; lard's Horehound Syrup a wonderful l last week. St. Valentms's Gras as they hope to attend and are Before settlement could ""be effected, Accounts of Bunks Individuals. Corporations and Firms Solicited.
\' l remedy and so pleasant to take." Sold Mr. and Mrs. Bubank are the parents /-: quietly with few Day passed off very counting on a very nica time. In the drained Glades, roads would Four
except10'ns.Som percent Interest Paid Time
1. r by mxuggists.. of a fine baby. of the,recipient u comic Valentineswere :Mr..Thompson, of Bay Minette, Ala., have to be built. :Where these cross- on Deposits.
Geo. li Lewis is ill with sore throat ,wa here Friday with a drove of Texas ed 'bare rock. it would have" to be
.thdr .
_ high in "praise" o the ,
{
Mr. James Jennings gave birthday ponies 9 smoothed off. and _
! I ones suspected of sending':' them.: ,over muck. plank -
party to his little friends last Saturday Miss Ruth Crabtree, from near Mo- roads would be necessary-a very expensive --T"'
Mr. Cal Wheat
Millview
which was, greatly enjoyed. .came up lino, spent last week with her little I undertaking. The place wouldbe -
J Sufferingsoldier I Thursday brother. to'*'pend some time with his friend,. Miss'Jessie 'Fleming.Mr. disagreeable to dwell in on accountof

Itch! Itch! Itch-Scratch! Scratch! and Mrs, Will Chandler left yesterday the mosquitoes that would breedin
.
; Scratch! The more :you scratch the planning Quite a to large take number in the from Pensacola here are for MolmoAir. the pools, and decaying vegetationon Going to the Bank Often is
; Lee
; worse the itch. Try Doan's Ointment. Mardi Gra Carnival. Look out for the Waters spentlast Saturday orery hand would engender ma
It cures piles, eczema -any skin itch "Wild Bojs" Some and Sunday near Mnscogee. laria. The only one who would floij1"-
are as wild
: ; tells'his experience i ing. All druggists sell it. Bronco, but .perfectly harmless. as a Mr. J. S. Jennings visited his famIly -ish there would be the Seminole Indian
at Roberts last
Mrs. C. H. Runyan of Pensacola i Sundav. for thickets to which "Little Excellent Exercise.People
Mr. Aden
i spent last week with her son. i Fleming and son. returned Hell Bay' south of Lake Butler wouldbe .
4' with Sunday from a short stay in Pensa
GERMAN GLEANINGS.
Mr. Fred Sweet, circulation man i cola. as a parlor floor would soon springup
ager of The Journal 'Was here Thursday and harbor the animals he likesto
The twenty-four German missionary I hunt. who
to the bank
go regularly and
H. Eczema societies: have about 1,000 missionariesin We are now enjoying fine spring Are You Restless at Night The 'state should let the Everglades:
i And harrasssd by a bad cough? UsaBallard's I often and deposit a part of their
fifteen nations; 2.500 schools, with weather.; severely alone. at least until private earnings,
. 120.000 scholars and about 400,000 i Horehound Syrup. it will be- enterprise has experimented and than
; professed cure you round sleep and effect a I get something more mere. exercise.
Christians. prompt and radical! found the project feasible; The effect -

At Gera who hada cure. of !draining this re'gionwould be
Germany a man .
tooth pulled sued the dentist for the felt a hundred miles north of it, and They Are Laying Foundations
perhaps, not to the welfare
Romance and Reality. of the
tooth, the dentist desiring to keep it on '
-
The had dwellers there. Upon Which Fortunes Are Built.
account of its curious shape and young man pulled the young

ing ownership of it. The claim-I' woman up the bill on the tobogganand
Invaluable. to allwho suffer
was amazed to find her Health.
cided against the dentist. moodily
A German student finds one of the from throat and lung dis- silent when they reached the top. Means: the ability to do a good day's This bank pays four per cent interest,

causes of the inability of the Russian orders. Contain nothing injurious. "What Is wrong?" he asked. work without undu* fatigue and to compounded semi-annually, in its savings
"If find life worth liviug You cannotha'.e
railroads to handle their traffic is the you had'any romance about you, department.
you would have taken advantage of the indigestion or constipation with-
antiquity of their locomotives. The Florida out its upsetting the liver and polluting -
and Alabama occasion ,
and the
; opportunity to r
number of these seems in tolerable pro- say the blood. Such a condition
portion to the traffic for out of H.raI that you would be happy to pull me up I be best and quickest relieved by Her may

locomotives no less than 0,919 are from LAND COMPANYManufacturers the hill of life. forever and ever" she bins, the best liver regulator that the

I twenty-four to forty-six years old.Berlin sighed. world has ever known. Mrs. D.V..
of "But'Ibut i"- Smith, writes April 3, 1902: "I used
Sra&.crs now has Its Lyceum club a FIRST
N.Y. NATIONAL !
z. and Dealers
z. D. D.Co..Chl.calro.. handsome and commodious house in _in "But last summer when we were Herbine, and find it the best medicine BANKOF

3nrantry.Gentlemen and: In In M 18B81 was enlisted transferred In the 9th U, S. the Potsdamerstrasse> that is said to LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN-, boating you said you could think of no for constipation antf' rgulating the ,
TJ.S. Volunteers and was in active service to the SOtU before bear well GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. I brighter future than to drift together liver I ev. r used." Sold by all dru .:
' comparison very with its sis PENSACOLA FLA. r r'V.
; Saatlaxo. I then gists SOc. ,
went to the PhUllplnea. down the stream of life." ,
..ad tbea to China at too time ot the Boxer ter club in London. Everything, from I
trouble. While there I contracted a skin disease the silver down "I know, dear but when a man pullsa .H. KKOWI.M.Pw. W.K.Jlna.: JR..VPreand OaiWer.! -
spoons up-or -has
that T,W.B-vr and W.N.
first
appeared Rosters,
as Uigeria and then hundred Asat.Caahier.
-developed Into regular 'doble itch" (a form of been "made in Germany," and the club and fifty pounds of a girl DIRECTOBS--F. C. Brest., W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowles W. K. HTW, Jr.
tocxema). For three year I suffered horrible itself was opened under royal patron up a half mile bill he hasn't enough $25 REWARD D O. Brent.
tortures and my skin from the top of my bead KlondykeCafe breath left to say what he thinks.
; to the soles of my feet was one mass of sores. age.
CD.p. D prescription was recommended to me. Drifting In a boat gives him more
-nd fortunately I tried It. and in two months breath and -
more time to think and less
-u much
very improved
and in one year absow PITH AND POINT. "
uaebJ cured. laborious work for his arms."-Chicago U HILTON QRKKK,PBBI(1)..%. T. II:. WkLLES.Vzca-Paawssr.
JOHN A. HENN. Tribune. B.K. aussssu-.Vauzzr ,5&AZ5SZLZLD JlNO.u.r.C.UIIIII:
; _______ eoo N.state s,. Time flies almost as fast with an old
man as money files with a young one. Citizens National Bank
What cured him? War' Aftermath. ,
There are worse friends to have than The masterful lady with her meek 'of Fen..cola. Florida.GeoW -

I B. D. those without money: -those without spouse stood at the hallowed grave of iz-otii-_.

- D. Prescription manners. her first husband. "Here" she said S Wright Klx, Morris Sear. T. 11:. Wellel!
Remember when tempted to do some- 1 impressively "lies a hero. You would U. Robinson &Hilton Green..ENERL .

?t will just as surely cure you. thing you shouldn't that all the neighbors not have been my husband today,Henry A -. B\NK1NQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

are at the window. bad not John been killed at Gettys- - r Thos. H. Raucher
Et r I on't IIyOUaiOsutkdngtb.torture.oftb.dno4....tat.. but go TODAY NOW to your Bury your conscience, and just at the Prop. burg." .................. ...8. ......................

|i Ironist, sad Invest 100. It will not be ma time when you think you have: It safely "Oh." cried Henry clutching his j }., S. REESE, President.! Eo W."jJENEFEEr"casaier.X .
I tzpcadlture, but lavestment
>o la
bspplacs. R. M. CART. *
Vice-President.
covered It to the
wriggles top. bands convulsively "what a curse war

' WE PROVE IT. A man Is advised to keep up his courage Is!"-Woman' home Companion. TUEPEOPWSBANKOIiPENSACOL& I

.: To convince you we have arranged and laugh ,at misfortune, and he Lpstairs corner Zarragossa ------'----- ., :
. with the D. D. D. Co., so that any sufferer obeys by laughing at the misfortunes ,\ ,. -"'"' f $> Directors-U J. Rteves, J. 8. -Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. CarJI /, ,

: from any skin disease can get of others.-Atchlson Globe. andBayleu'streets.Just WARRANT for the arrest of this wo- j VV. A. D'Alemberte, T. A.,Jennings, J. J. Hooton <

t, direct from the D. D. D. Ca's laboratory A GOOD' CARRIAGE.When nan.- She Is about 26 years of age 4 TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. !
'
. a large free sample bottle of D. weighs 135 pounds thick : YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPBCTFUL.fi SOU CITED, .
I I': D. D. prescription together with 32 Canaon,CarTed In.Racki.. you want a feooi carriage, high ,forehead brown, eyes, ,dark five hair feet I........,." ........................... ..***<.tt#.

. I L page new pamphlet on skin disease!' ,When the island" of Malta was In > prompt service and safe and careful high. wears No. 6 shoes. upper teeth

and free advice on jour particular possession of the Templars those Opened! treatment remember the originalHACKMAN'S gold fillad and one crowned tooth. She

. case from the world's greatest skin knights defended their forts by the EXCHANGE. 'has long fingers with round nails.Plump ,.* .".
IT M.C.I7. J /% g fc P *." Jne. Mattel,
specialIst use of cannon cut into the solid rock. PHONE 185. ot figure and: fairly pretty. Her Pm. '- arC* '-' Sec'y.

HOOTON'S PHARMACY. Each was capable of containing an : maiden name was Thompson, which Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
It was founded in 1892: and it has a
has
she
name possibly

FREE (Mail SAMPLE this COUPON Promptly) entire throw 10.000 barrel pounds of gunpowder of projectiles.and could As Everything New and Up.to-: reputation and the for best polite informed and careful cabmen drivers in- Florida Wire;sheriff$25.00 at reward DeFuniak for assumed.the Springs child. StcamDomesticAnthracite and Blacksmith C 0 A L

these natural cannon could not be
D. D. ,O. CO. Medical Department aim the city. Following. are the members. Fisher Monroe Douglas. This woman Office-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
ed fifty were cut out of the rock guardIng Date; and their hack"numbers:
116-120 St. Suite
Michigan 364
I Florence Wood kidnapped him from Yard corner TarragQna I
andGonzalezstreets. 372
Chicago. the various channels of approach, A. M. Soloman. No.1; A. J. Leggett, Freeport Fla.: on the night of September -. Phones 6 and _

:. Please send me free prepaid a I and the vessels of that time were unable : No. 5; 3. Stallworth No. 7; J. E.: Morris 6th. 190 The child Is 6 years old, .-
__
.large size sample bottle of D. : I to approach within their own range No. 8; S. Sunday. Jr.. No. 11:. C. ,fair ,..skin light hair, has upper fore r

D. pamphlet and D'I before being annihilated by these huge H. Taylor No 12; O. Abdelcothe. No. teeth rotted off; very plump, weight

Jblank. For .... ;years I ha weapons of defense. Although the Open Day and Night. 15: R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear- about 50 pounds: very bright child.
been afflicted with a skin disease J fame of these cannon was spread far old No. 21; S. Bibbs No. %6; :M. Pet- Expenses paid both ways delivering SHINGLES SASH, DOORS, WINDOW GLASS.

-, called.... ...and have nver used I and vide, they were: not. duplicated terson. No. 30; A. J. Braswell No. 77; child td DeFoniak-Springs, }fa..-tn.addition BUILDING

4 D. D. D. elsewhere, and they remain the only ., .-, All the above are nice, closed car to the J25 reward. MATERIAL.

I Name_ .. -. ._>. ... ... ... ... ... I I1 rock: of is riages. H. A. DOUGLAS
cannon which there
any record Phone II.
Address.. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. Signed J. STALLWORTH. Pres. j Father of the child. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.
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raMT Nr About $3,000 More Than L & N. Carnival k e An


Intended to Expend on Re nouncement of the Streets All the world's mirrored in THE CRAP BOOK-the new magazine 1

KING PRISCUS' building. Over Which it Will Pass. in that contains something of interest for every man, woman and child 3 t
America the
greatest and most remarkable magazine ever k

HEADQUARTERS. published.Do .

EXPECTED THAT REPAIRS\ WOULD Qur delicious ,Cod Liver The route, of the mystic parade, you enjoy the tug-of-war for dollars? Read ; '

,. without oil. which is to occur next Tuesday night, ,
Ty 10n' know who will beth COST ABOUT preparation "Our Trade for "
$10,000, BUT NONE Triumphs 1905.
<. ",us his year- but we are i was made public yesterday morningby

,',t.. ;'n' ,Ming that we clothe OF THE BIDS WERE UNDER' Better than oldfashionedcod the Carnival Association and was It's In The Scrap Book

bun liver oil and emulsionsto the i.
$13,000 AND WERE REJECTED. I ordered published for informationof

Fin:-! a"P men of good taste, restore health for the public. The route is somewhat :Would you like to read "The Companions of Jehu," i

rh.v: ,; ,,'I h\' they select this storeto similar to that of the past few Alexander Dumas' great tale of love and adventure? ;
'
chase their clothing and Old people delicate children
pin ,
fun. .,iinss.Th Although it was the expectations of weak run-down years, and will afford everyone an opportunity It's In The Scrap Heels
many persons, especially those connected persons, to secure a position upon

b"mihe; is the new store thin'gs that first always: with the Louisville and Nash and after sickness, colds, the street, where they can obtain a Would you like to know what would'happen if you were born

YOU MAY BE A KING SOME ville Railroad that a contract for .remodeling coughs, bronchitis and all good view of the 'beautiful floats. Following in March? Read, "A Horoscope: of the Months." -

the present union depot:: throat and troubles. is the .route: i
DAY. 10 begin now to follow in lung
would have been It's In
mi ;joorsteps of those that have awarded by this Start from the Carnival sheds and The Scrap Book }
date, such has Try it on our guarantee.W. .
not been
done, and furthermore
tra.vel
been crowned before. it is not east on Garden_ to Spring, Do you thrill with the weird and mysterious? Read,
probable that Pea-
north on Spring to Chase, east on ',.
"
a r sacolians will have an opportunity of H. WHITE & GO. Chase to east"side of Palafox. northon "The Descent into the Maelstrom

r I witnessing a handsome, structure there east side; of Palafox to" Gregory, It's In The Scrap Book
for some time unless bids .
the for-
east on Gregory to Tarragona, northon
I TAD(1OTHII1THIESEr1 ( i j I vardetf to the chief engineer are modified MISS PARKNILL IS Tarragona to ,Wright west on Do you want solid fact? Read,

BUILDIr1G> ; to a great extent. Wright to Palafox south .on Palafox Little Glimpses of the 19th Century."
It is stated that the L. & N. i intended DIVISION SPONSORAND :
to Cedar cast on Cedar to Jefferson.I I "
expending! about $10,000: in remodeling north on Jefferson to Government it's in The Scrap Book jt

and repairing the present depot
Watch and the plans showed a structure almost west on Government to Palafox,t Are. you fond of dogs? Read, v
For Expert Repairing and MISS ELIZABETH FLEMING 'i I
north on Palafox to Chase, west on '*
entirely different from the Senator Vest's Eulogy on the Dog.
present great
Engraving, go to MAID OF HONOR FOR FLOR- Chase to Spring, south on Spring to
one, many changes being anticipated -
Garden and thence west to the Carnival Ii9s In The Scrap Book .
J. F. DAVIS the in the location of offices and IDA VETERANS AT NEXT '
Jeweler. sheds; the starting point.The .
waiting rooms. The of
plan the proPosed Would like of Lincoln's favorite
a
REUNION. Queen. you copy poem,
213 South Palafox Street. repairs were submitted to not '
The queen of the carnival will occupy or Roosevelt's? t
only local contractors, but also
The Latest in Watchesand to the balcony of the government .
Designs It's In The Book t
others and the bids for doing the work Miss Genevieve Parkhill, of Tallahassee building, tdgether with her maids; Scrap t

Jewelry. were opened in Louisville a few days and will witness the arrival ,of the
has been appointed sponsor These are but seven.of the thousand good things that pack the
and the it
since by the chief engineer.All king pageant as passes up
of the bids for the Florida Division, United Con- Palafox street: from the landing place pagesrvof THE SCRAP BOOK.
were much higher .
R. K. WHITE federate Veterans at the general 're- Monday at noon.PONCE. 1I
than the company expected. The low
Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jewelerand est was about 13600. while the: union in New Orleans in April, says
Graduate Optician. I' pany intended spending only about com- the Jacksonville TimesUnion.Miss I The Four Corpers of the Earth I

30 S. PaJafox- St., Pensacola, Fla. $10,000 on the work. Parkhill has selected as her deLEON

As a consequence no contract was maid of honor. Miss Elizabeth Lgre: and thousands of scrap boos and libraries besides, have been .
awarded, as the officials declined to
Fleming, the popular and talented searched and ransacked gather such a collection of good
TERSELY TOLD pay this price for the work called for readingfor

in the specifications, and rejected all daughter of Gen. Francis P. Fleming. Special to The Journal. you as was never before bound between the covers of a mAgazine.

of the bids. of this city, and Miss Fleming has Ponce DeLeon, Feb. 20.-Quite a read
Whatever else read must THE SCRAP BOOK.
TV F, Graves, a prominent timber: It Is not known yet what steps will consented to accept the appointment.Both number of people from here attendedthe you you
'eaifr of Geneva, Ala., is in be taken in the matter, as no decision!: ,
the city the selection of the Division Chautauqua at DeFuniak on last ""
()n a short business visit. I. so far has been reached by the officials sponsor and the maid ,of honor will Saturday. The Price is Ten Cents Copy and One Dollar by the Year

but it is probable that if suit- Several of our citizens attendedpreac'hin On an newsstands or from the publisherFRANK
Every woman has a secret yearning, able bids cannot ''be secured: the work meet, not only with the general approval
at last
WestvUle ,Sunday.
to. tiP "a little extravagant" In some will be done by I.. & N. men. of the Confderate Veterans of Mr. Charley Cotton visited relativesin Y
('ular thing at but with' A. F1UN5EY 175 Fifth Ave. New York
Tar' tome particular Floria'a.( that of all interested Chipley last Sunday, returning Sun- ,
tme; and she can afford to be it she in all that concerns the interests,
reads the ads. carefully in planning BRIDE AND GROOMAT of the veterans as well. Both young The tanners are busy this fine

per regular expenditures.Mrs : ladies are society'favorites in their weather, hauling guano and preparing
home cities and have always been \
JACKSONVILLEThe their lands for next crop.
Peter Bell recently entertained e
closely identified with every movement' We have a good school. with Miss
1pr
: lady guests with a delightful tripon '
that
concerns the southland and the t

the Williams hay ,Her of Los guests Gatos are, Cal.r Mrs. Fannie Mrs:- interests of those who fought for it I Ada Delila Edwards Reese as as principal assbitan't'tac.her.and Miss FOOTBALL CAME I B. L. HALL & CO.
'the war between the states.
Jacksonville Times-Union of during Rev. A. V. ,Reese of Crawfordville,
Anna Mott, of Chicago and Mrs. C. WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS ,
)I. floclthold. All had a most pl aS. yesterday fays: Of Distinguished Ancestry. i I Fla., visited his sister Miss Delila, on FOR THURSDAYPENSACOLA
ant time. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lotl worth Miss Parkhill i 10 a granddaughter of Monday last and preached a very interesting FOUR FULL QUARTS

will arrive in Jacksonville this morn-, one of the bravest soldiers that ever sermon in the Baptist church ...OF... t
Owing to the very inclement weath- Ing at 9 o'clock via the Southern Rail.' donned the Confederate gray and her on Monday night, leaving for his homeon

rr of last night no services were held way, in the private Pullman Palacecar father Capt. Charles n. Parkhill has Tuesday morning AND FORT BARRAN-
THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY.FOR .
It the First Christian church. To- Elysian. : been closely!" associated with every,I :R.3V.: J. W. Wheeler returned from

ugh however R'v. Spiegel will They will leave the city at 0:10): movement looking to the advancemento Apalachicola' on Monday.Messrs. CASrTEAM WILL PLAY AT
$3.50.
,
preach on \V'hv Not Preach the Gos- o'clock via the Atlantic Coast IJne Florida antf the entire south. Moore & Adair are hauling PLMETTO BEACH. r"f

pf and Let Others Alone?" the subeft -, railway far Port Tampa, where they Miss!' Fleming as stated above is material 'preparatory to enlargingtheir .
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which he had chosen for last I will immediately board the steamer: the daughter of .(:'rt>n. Francis P. FlemIng store ..house.Mr. Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your

a::I ht 01lvett '. of: thE: Peninsular and Occi-:! .recently unanimously chosen as .. Ara McLean is opening a stockof goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial : .
I
of Florida Division, general merchandise in the store From present prospects the football
commander the
H. L Griffith.. Millville was in : dental Steamship Company for Ha- order. B. L. HALL & CO. Quincy Fla.
United Confederate Veterans, and a recently; occupied by Dr. E. (IP. Webb. game of Thursday, which is to be {
where will!!
if city yesterday and mad Tea vana, they spend their !
former governor of Florida. At threeE"nt Mrs. R. C. Gavins who has been ,
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onrnal a peasant call. Mr. Griffith honej'moon. Division reunion, held in Jacksonville visiting. relatives in WestviUe return- played between the Pensacola and iki aMHfiM?# 1:*#* 'i """ NkJldflNlFihlE t.:"l'YKfRC3t'767-lIr..
one of The Journals regular reads I It was learned yesterday that Mr., Miss Fleming served ed' on Tuesday evening. Fort Barrancas elevens, will not only
as
sponsor ;
and he says it would now he imissible Kennedy and party, from Washington for R. E. Lee Camp. No. 58, and be an interesting event, but it will i DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,. f
for him to get along withoutae would arrive In the city today en NOT IN THE TRUST!
the announcement that Miss Parkhill also: be attended by an exceptionallylarg CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSE J
paper. route to Havana. 3Fr. Kennedy is has selected her as maid of honor, will When you want a first class rubber ,

Residents> of the southeastern probably the conductor of the Pull meet with the hearty approval; of tired carriage, ring us up. Our car crown 'probably the largest or ,' STERLING SILVERWARE, | t
sec- man car, and to dodge the anxious old soldier who attended the re- riages are all new and first class in the season. -
.
%ion: of along the the city sidewalk who have on occaion the south toss crowd who wish to see them, Mr. every union here. every respect; our drivers are careful -| The game-is to be given ,for the ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, I t;

,:;11' of Sevilla square, are complain. Longworth had the car billed throughin At New Orleans, far-famed for its and polite Hackmen's Exchange, benefit of the' Carnival Association, CUT GLASSWARE; .- i .

:as regarding the condition of that //Mr. Kennedy's: name. ,.southern spirit, both young laales: will telephone 814.GOLDSTUCKER. and all of the receipts, barring the actual .. I ;
+ The Pullman car Elysian will not I be lavishly entertained and will takea BRO, Props., i yZ ; l',
talk Tho:e who pass along expenses will be turned over to: i t
1 S. West f wait for the bridal party to return to prominent part in the many social W. B. Turner, Mgr. ,
mana street likewis
t"mplaint and have are been making a Port Tampa, but will be taken back, functions that are being arranged in them to assist .paying the expenses'i: Engraving and Fine ti

tone time, but without effect.doing so for north. Tho Pullman Car Companywill honor of the visiting soldiers. II*. Fans Ills Man. of the coming event. All of the storesof I' Stationery.i

have another car at Port Tampaon General Orders Later. Englishmen are rather fond of pOke the city have .agreed to close their I : .
nnN"rlark; : : L. Bo hich. of 712 March 2. to take the bride and of business during the after- i *+ .
G.>neral Fleming has not jet issued ing fun at those parts of Great Britain places
tut Gregory street left Jast i for't groom to Washington again. 'Mail Receive Attention- r
tw night the general orders announcing the reunion where other than the Anglo-Saxon ele- noon in order uia.t' their employeesnay Orders Prompt
Orleans, where he will} take There is much Interest here over i
EIS up I in New Orleans, though as soon ment is dominant, and a favorite subject have an opportunity to 'see the ,
dimes the the and
QJ engineer on the New arrh.alof couple no doubt I
D+eaav as exact information regarding some for jest is the prevalence of the thus assisting th5 associa
division of the Louisville and the union passenger station will be be the Division game and
Nah\ilif' He expects to remain well filled with people when the Southern -I 1.of the orders details will can b? secured sent to the various --I Jones family in Wales. IE. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i t
Railway train No. 2$, in char'tciof !: One of the colleges of Oxford university tion.Both
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are
busi-es i! camps in the state. The official I teams considered strong '
over Conductor Smithers, arrives in' was much resorted to by Welsh- MOBILE ALA. '8 t
of the appointment of
announcement ones, and apparently Jiarrancas is the! 1
Get Bhifr Jacksonville this morning. :i i the sponsor and maid of honor will be men. A man' from another college best of thetwo, having more experience .*#* *7;# ## '-# *#iFY1FkdEXdr3t>Y F&& a e .it C
Ribbon 'Lemon or Vanilla It was learned yesterday. that the'f made: through them. looking for a friend went into its quad- .

nfl( vou'i'!! know why they nave so Pullman car Republicvoulrt" also arrive Though it i* yet too early to rangle and shouted "Jones! in team work and'also. being ........................................... ..... r

many friends. via the Southern Railway this I nounce positively just who will an'l All the windows looking on the quad heavier. t
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morning but no official i 1 information sent: R. E. Lee Camp at the rangle flew open. i :,

GUARANTEED' CURE FOR PILES could be secured in regard to the car.'the indications are that the Jackson "I mean John Jones," said the I

'trhing'lies. Blind. Bleeding. Protruding It is probable that theoung couple ville camp will send a large delega searcher. '---- I Good Hamsi! jl i{

lund Druggists authorized to re- intend hiding In one of the cars to I tion. General Fleming, 83 Division Half the windows closed.
money if PAZO OINTMENT falls dod';e the numerous sightseers about'commander, and Col.! Robert J. Magill, 1
to cure in. 6 to 14 days. 50c. the .statlon.I : Adjutant-General.a'nd Caief-of-StafT.) "I mean the John Jones who has MENTAL % i T
.. .as toothbrush" he explained. a'i J \L COOKED AND READY TO COOK. BOILED HAMS WHOLE u''i'i
will of couse. attend. Capt. H. H. .. 0
Love, Capt. \V* G. Tooroer,,and others .All the windows closed but one.-Wo- VIGOR i HAMS, HAUF HAMS SLICED HAMS- :t ti

item ber the Fun ,.Nlme have also'stated.that ..they will attend, man's Home'Companion..
I jw'ay 8 omo ummo on every and it is probable ,that this numbar restored 1 fcy: All of Best Quality and Flavor 1
.
.. : will be mor than doubled when the 'An Explanation.:: '
aColdinO. 25o i
bos.
s in 2 Days starting hour arrives.: "People always feel suspicious of AND PRICES RIQHT., YOU MAY ORDER BY PHONE, IF .Jft

e things with which they are not familiar I POSTUMTUien YOU LIKE, AND BE SURE OF GETTING WHAT YOU .t [Ii''
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M' 'a"' --- ," said the philosopher. ', : AND WHEN YOU WANT IT.y
+ r war rr it-tDimHii prw.rws+Q4s mm iJi-i [ .1 WANT
"Yes, answered Senator
Sorghum
tl --rJDMJET.ar..I1.. :.. ;
< /1UNrP.700%
*iuvrju
I Ij
it "that I Is why nearly all of us have atone
j its work. 'q
o.itee! has done :
14 W Garden Papular .
time or another expressed doubt Ii LA'Z'JACOBYThe

i Our And Are Perfect Instruments. I and disapprobation concerning wealth. "THERE'S A REASON." Phone 183 : ,.

,j Pianos -Washington Star. I' ...................................................1 ".

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Anyone of our Pianos will perform Satisfactory 81 HU Arithmetic. --- [

Service for a lifetime. They are perfect in l: I Tommy." asked the teacher, "if you I LAUNDRY
Are Built have six sticks of candy and divide NEW METHOD ti
by action and their tone quality are unexcelled by f; : with your little brother, how many will i

in the world. You can have your own tImeSpeciaIl.sts each of you have?" |
'any E. W. LAWRENCE "",,,ri.'or. No 8 Wttt Romans St. Phone 18B
for m' "I'll have five and he'll nave one," answered RATS
j payment. _
Tommy. "Too much candy always I ---- -- h
You have own time for payment. EFl
can your
I'I'I makes him sick."-Chicago Trib DIE

une. I When they eat

..l.*" Stearns' ElectricRat Pensacola-Panama Souvenir Editionof
Strictly B -
I Clutter Newton and Cassel; Ii IiOldest4llnd "May I ask It I am In the market and Roach Paste
Kranich
& Bach Lester Klehlin I ... UGH. drtM beautiful views .
El for a bid for your affections?" asked 'Tk.put drl boaH- tbm Ira'tn out?of no the the Pensacola Journal on sale here. Also =
ap their rod_ line wood and
the youth who did everything In a rare xtermlBttor of 'ko. wat. erotomI of local scenery and Illustrated postcards. Fine A-. ;;
ben eoetra.mea u>4 al vermin.n4. and leather souvenirs-5 cents to $3.50.
businesslike Mr any rat or -dapolMa
way. @orrarl ecm .....
114-116S. if! I th 4 6t_rW F.1H1 PIe.'" bold
P.lafox St. & equK
Largest "You must go to par before r can e.err.beewrr.ent. 01p.prepald.eareeNpt tOr8. 1"Coe's
I $0033: ;
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Phone lei .
Music Music House l5 ot prla. a..ls iaa.a batit.ee. 1 ,
Houseln
I' take any stock In offer answered
.Glutter PENSACOLA liHSsn!E your LirulK' TIIC PASTE c ..Chkap.lllIJ.1. Street.THE Pewtasei .:;
:- F'lorlda ".. the dutiful broker's daughter.-Baltimore PfcoM 23$. 213 South Pmltlox 4 V ;E
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PACE FOUR. -THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY Z1,- "OS

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r only be secured by intelligent andwelldIrected ulatlon;, and were their! possibilities I I :***SHK< Hl aH* 1. **H" cIr HI7f .
work. We shall never and put .before the FOOT BALL
advantages once

UI DJbe 33enttoIa jOUfm11 get and them talking by about resting it.. on our laurels., merit people'.and'development"of:' the country would their toe settle-but,, The Journal's Daily Short Story &f GAME

We believe that our railroads and a question of time-and a very short between

large land-owners would find it to: time, at taat '

. DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. their interest to pool their issues in But there is another class of immI- A PUZZLE OF PEARLS NSACOLA

this instance and.send into the statesin grants of which; Florida today stands ,

RI PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY question practical men who could sorely in need. The labor problemis I HOLBROOK I and
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EVERETT
put the situation here fairly and with us fast becomIng a seriousone BY FT.

...BY... squarely before the people with and it certainly would be the I t Copyright 1903:; by Charles N. Lurle. BARRANCASbenefit

neither exaggeration nor misrepresentation. part of wisdom for our state to keepat =

Wi THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Ellis' sland. 'in New York harbor, dHi!_. U' faBHHn"HUniinilH.JIT !

We believe that the seed thus sown an agent whose business should be to I CARNIVAL

i would in the fullness of time bear an 'give out accurate and detailed information ASSOCIATION
FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. abundant harvest and we further- to such desirable .anl thrifty was early In the dry, and the vr r iit c me t>tl
more believe that if takento to 'locate fashionable establishment of the errand upon which I,had sent him earlierIn
-- pains were Immigrants as. might desire the day. Does Itnot seem possible that at Electric:: Park
settle these newcomers on the fertile In the south, where, in addition, to jeweler Rovers was almost bare 'thIs wu a feature of a clever plot and ,
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. hammock lands: of the state the cheap lands .and a congenial climate, of patrons. Dignified gentlemen, that while :Michael engaged my attention
result would in a 'few )!ears prove they could find 'ready and profitable gray or bald were standing behind the upon one side a confederate came to the Thursday, February 22
to all *' : window of the carriage reachedin. ,
satisfactory concerned: employment glass cases, waiting with waxen placidity opposite on arrival :C: o'clock
unlocked the box with a duplicate key, car
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. At certain points on the East Coastin I These, !iii a word are among the for t opening of the day's busi- locked it again and faded away into the

One 'Tear......:1...........J3; 00 One Month...,.,,. ...;..... :43 Hernando county and along the problems. ths day which our peop'e ness, and there was neither; life nor turmoil of the city Admission, 50c.

I- \ Six Months............... 2 50 I One, AVVelp.......rf.;.:..... jo West Coast, great bodies of rich ham! will soon be called upon to solve! Our color In the scene save by the door It is true that when I had concluded my.;
r mock lands are today lying, practioal- state government ha.s evaded the is- Interview with Michael I happened to lookout ,
Three Months...... ..'...... 125 Weekly Edition per s-ear..$! 63 where a golden haired young woman '
ly unused and unoccupied. Theselands t su and ignored the necessity for ac- of ,the other window and saw a big '
daintily gowned was talking! with Paul cAJkiand
:k z i, --- are capable of projucing t'on; and It now devolves upon our blue policeman standing on the edge ot
Rorersl, nephew of the proprietor. sidewalk across the way I distinctly
|i| | The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailedt thing capable adapted of to our climate! -an-I people to act. for themselves and b>' Between them was a email, plain, Inexpensive remember the him. and it seems strange that
lift Circulation Statement are supporting, a vast pop-I themselves. he should have been unable to see this
Can Be Secured. Jewel case, open, and the his
"Wf crime, committed under very nose.
lady was looking down Into it where Yet policemen are falling more and more

: # i : lay a string of pearls, not large ones into the grip of evil ways.' Perhaps this CHICKEN
r j. Of fleet,108 and 110 East: f Papers on Saleon Trains: *. *1 nor especially notable to the ordinary ODe Is even now dividing my pearls withlIlcha.e1 SALAD
t, / I and his two accomplices. say
I' i1 Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. Current From :|observer, but possessing recondite merits "two," for I feel sure that my coachman
t t fl ,I which commended them dearly to was in the plot and that the third thief
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the connoisseur."I was also one of my servants. SALESaturday

; (FENSACOLA. '!FL0RID\ ;WDrXNTJSDAY MORNING FEB. 21! 1906 | --Mr. Bryan's Commoner il1l"'l |I love them," said Mrs,. Hasb'rouck.) often lou used will remember this green that plush I have Jewel very caseIn

"I could look at,them all day.. Aren't carrying Jewels back and forth betweenmy Feb.
#s#7f7 :&*##* *#H ''H7f H iI $ H .i they beautiful?"' And she pushed the house and the establishment of Mr. 24,

Aid for Japan'sStarving I Value of Newspaper box toward Roversi. who looked at the Henry Rovers your esteemed uncle. I
have left the case empty in my carriage at
pearls for few seconds and then
Millions. Advertising Demonstrated. The beef trust seems unwilling to destined to go down in "history, as the a dozens of times and this must have been
closed the lid them. Mrs. Ilasbrouek
I accept the clean bill of health givenit last of the international goldbrick upon remarked by my servants. To procure a Rosenau & Gerelds
:While telegraphic reports from the :'An advertising experiment was recently b). Mr. Garfield. purchasers.! turned a tiny key in the lock. duplicate key-or perhaps another case

{Par East have during the past few made In Tampa which conclu- I I ,. ---- Roversi escorted her to the carriage precisely similar to be used in a rapid

t months, conveyed: the informationthat sively! demonstrates the value of spaceIn But Is Justice Deuel the only: judicial General Grosvenor: says the term I which waited before the door, and and perfectly dexterous easy.exchange Still of-would course have there'sthe been I by the

the northern provinces of Japan' a good, live newspaper, and is respectfully officer on the bench who is using "stand pat" was secured from'a disreputable when she was seated he put down the policeman. But I must stick to my : Daughters of the Confederacy
his position to line his pockets? source. But the doughty;little green casket beside her. lie had theory. It is rot possible fir xne to entertain -
recommended the I
from to careful
/were suffering the
famine extent -
generalissimo brought it from the store, holding It be- any other.
of figures didn't have,
4: of the affliction was not fully Consideration of the few who are By the time the canal workmen the nerve to say so while Mr. Hanna fore him In both hands as If It had You know hew dear this bauble was to The proceeds will go to the Soldier!

; :realized until 'President Roosevelt still, Inclined to question the efficiencyof have. _exhausted the amusements pro- was alive. been fragile, and when he had set it In me.. and I look I have to you mentioned for help my in loss recoveringIt. to no Home in Jacksonville.

took official action and asked the aid printers' Ink as a business getter.: vided for them they' will be too tired : the carriage be uttered some words of one else. Please communicate with me as

5 of the American people In behalf of The experiment was made in the columns -: to do any digging. I The mental and patriotic calibre of, caution in a half Jesting tone. I soon as you have come ton- decision.; Sin-

of The :I the republican congressional majority,! It mattered little what he said. He cerely yours
the Tampa Tribune and The I
starving people of the Island Empire I HELENA HASBROUCK.
Miami Metropolis Perhaps a portion of jour lfe! Insurance is shown by. Mr. PaYn 's statement' fascinated her always when he spoke. MARDI ORASLUNCH
,I. : has the followingto premiums was in keep- this by one- of her
spent that joint statehood was brought i for his lips were delicate and wonder She dispatched _
The famine say: in regard to it: ing the social affairs of some of the about of
which has been raging I by the republicans because separate fully mobile, and his eyes brightenedand dependents, a bright eyed youth
for months, has reached proportions The Tampa Tribune relates of a insurance officials out of "soci statehood wouM! have meant changed with the curreut of his dwarfish stature, but of an excellent

far exceeding Japan's ability to cope : merchant who had two stores-one In papers. tY.1 I I"four more democratic senators" Partisan thought Surely he -was a remarkably habit of reticence, and then she waited

Tampa and the other In Ybor Cit>'- politics is of much more concern in many kinds of misery for Roversi's The Ladies' AU Society of th Pej.
:t ::with It, latest advices showing that and who tried an experiment in ad- Senator Depew Is suffering from with statesmen of the Payne .brand handsome young man and the lady !
church will serve lunch :
reply. byterian Monday
: one and a quarter million of the population vertlsing. He placed in each storea aphasia, which means the loss of than either justice or patriotism was aware of his c arm to the point of
An hour passed. She sent again for and Tuesday Feb. 26 anj 27
o
; of the three northern prov- bargain counter containing the same memory of words. Perhaps "resigni i _____ positive pain. Yet she could never understand -
D. Morrison's store
hw A. Roman
corner
articles. He is the word the why It should not be an unmixed the dwarf. lie had returned from !
gentleman to
advertised trying
inces of Fukushlma. Iwate and :Mlyagl the counterof There are two things to regret about and Palafox streets.
. have reached the lowest ebb the Ybor City store but not that recall. I the conviction and sentence of Cap I pleasure; surely It was one that errand and had gone out' again upou Following is (JIb
of destitution menu:
:1 of the Tampa store. In one month in tain Van Shalck of the ill-fated no human being had aright to deny another. She regretted the caution MENU
: i thousands being reduced to Tampa, where he did not Justice Deuel and Colonel Mann steamer General her. She was a widow wbose married which had forbidden her to tell him
advertise. Slocum. One is that
-I Fish Chowder...... .. .... .... 1%.'
the necessity of sustaining life on he sold $984 worth are now able to sympathize with the \ to to her immediately, bat she
the
of goods. In the imprisonment of Captain Van life had scarcely a semblance of realityIn report Potato Salad... .... .. .. ..... .\u.,
grass and roots.Conditions Ybor City store where he did regretful( gentleman who blew into Shaick dj! not had not wished to make him think too
4 advertise begin sooner, and an- her memory. It was only a dreamof Turkey, Ham: Roast Pig. ... .....lilt
: must he sold goods amounting to the muzzle of a gun to ascertain if it other is that it will end so soon. a man's sudden and fatal illness, seriously of his mission. Another hour
T steadily grow worse Gumbo... .... ........ .. .. ..:1:<
. until the next harvest time several 1724. la commenting on the result was loaded. I I I I and, looking back upon it, she seemed<< dragged away. Mrs. Hasbrouck could Chicken Salad...? .. ._.. ...... \M:

. months hence and relief I of the experiment the merchant said: The Washington Post suggests that to' behold herself in bridal dress and stand suspense no longer. She called Ice Cream.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...lik

4t must be 'People who got the Tribune with the There are a number of "selfmademen" if Colonel Mann is sent to prison his mourning crape on the same day. Roversi's by telephone and learned that Cake...... .. ... ... .... ..;'r
forthcoming immediately in order to advertisement would pass by the in congress who seem to have victims should be sent to the foolish one knew whenor
Three years had dimmed the picture. Paul had gone out,.no Tea, Coffee.A .
be effective. Tampa store and drive to Ybor City forgotten to put any regard for the house. We object There are many
She in heart and in looks-in why.
to the other store for what rights of the people into their architectural !- unfortunate lunatics in was a girl
The Christian they could the asylums ,
Herald. 92 Bible
all things indeed, except the Independence "I would like to speak with Mr. Henry
have gotten at the same designs. j I who have done warrant
price to
in the nothing
; House, !New York. has established I Roversi she said a sudden GENTL MAN'S TASTE IS BEST
: a store at their door but -- the inliiction.f ptbet station and the control ota :!! upon
they did not such l odorous company -
t Japanese Famine Relief Fund, and! know It was there." Is not this argument Several virtuous papers that took upon them,. great fortune. Roversi was her equal resolve. SUITED WITH A

: money sent for this fund will be administered convincing, and does It not the 'literary matter" prepared by the socially and, though be bad not a penny Only an exact quotation, not possibleto

under the direction of committees show that it is necessary for a mer- press agents of the life insurance The hoiife rnaiority Is. manufacturing of his own, she had enough for two. the present chronicler, could prop CERTIFIED CHECK

appointed for the chant or business man to advertise companies are very severe in their some. food campaign material for It he bad extravagant tastes so that erly reveal the sympathy which Mr.

which will work In conjunction purpose with if he would succeed? The Tampamerchant's denunciations of wn Topics" j I! the rninori( .. he must go to his indulgent uncle twicea Roversi felt and expressed when he I 5c ,CIGAR.All .

experience is but, one of] year with a handful of debts, at least learned of Mrs. Hasbrouck's loss.:
i the Imperial Japanese; Red Cross So- many that prevails in every city In Secretary of State Root wastes There are some advantages in being be was a gentlemanly spendthrift and "Have you any suspicions?' he;askedat the Qualities of 1Ia ror.aroma

fety. the Union. Every'merchant knows It time when he stops, to assure the pub the wooer of the daughter of the hum- his follies had never brought him into last color and gooi; material If

1I The resources of Japan have been to be true. The people must be told lic that there Is,no truth in the report ble citIzen! around the, corner. The condemnation under the easycode of .None whatever," she'replied.Mr. ,embodied in it

:xained by her long struggle with Rus- what' :you have, for sale and unit It that Japan Is trying to purchase the neighborhood 'may know it, but not modern society. It Is not probable that Roversi[ :admitted':that the case
can be had for. They are not Philippine Islands.: Uncle l 'Sam seems the whole blooming universe. A. Greenhut &, Co.
l la and outside aid Is an absolute to look you up for the sake of friendship going .. Mrs. Hasbrouck analyzed the youngman's'character I was mysterious and deeply distressing, ,
: to any serious advantage and he begged that it"might be laid before DISTRIBUTORS,
"ecessity. :At the same time It offers and an acquaintance to
see what
, :you have for ale. her: fears and hopes, her Joy and Mr. :Newell, the astute detective PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.
J1 opportunity to It is the fellow
:riendship America prove to Japan the that tells them'In plain, unadulterated The Sunny Side of Life pain, proceeded not from the workings who guarded the vast treasures of the
& has cberish-
ever of mind but from the
words what his goods ; her was agita- store. Mr. Newell listened without
are and
,
;. d for the brave and progressive Ya'n. ,what. they can be had for that they tion of her' heart comment to Mrs. Hasbrouck's clear and Timber lands

esoftheEast. are going to look for, no matter if Absorbed In meditations which were concise statement ,of the facts. His

they have never' seen--- r->-r -hcunvi-... i\t i uuu,I... upon the whole agreeable Mrs. Has- questions, though their purport was

before. He has interested them: brouck rode homeward with her pearls. skillfully veiled, were directed as the

The Supreme Court of North Carolina you have not, and for the time being The carriage stopped beside the curb, -0 lady easily perceived toward the elucidation -

. sustained. In the case ofBrown/ they} forget *)'OU are a merchant or and the lady glanced out of the open of a single element of the case- For Sale

' TS. Asheville Electric Company the are even hvin'g, for that matter. You window, 'expecting to see the familiar namely when and under what circumstances -

I right to recover punitive damages for and must the advertise If you would succeed doorsteps and red masonry before the was Mrs. Hasbrouck's note delivered _

I the cutting of trees upon a sidewalk paign the sooner you begin your cam portal of her house. Instead she saw to Mr. Paul RoversL To this

I for the. accommodation of .electric achieved. Let.sooner the experience will results be the face of a groom In her employ who end Mr. Newell'obtained a descriptionof We have them. Several spft! !4
of the
was standing in an attitude of apology the and with that he large and small turpentine location
light wires In entire disregard of the Tampa merchant be a lesson to those messenger
few would-be business with cap In hand.: seemed to be content., Saw Mills and Saw mill locations.:
rights of the men in ::
abutting! owner and that do not know or appreciate Miami "Beg pardon, ma'am," said he. "I "Yon will bear from me within a Some excellent bargains in la-1

against his protest.Proposition value of printers' ink and Inspire them the was on my way to Mr. Chandler's"- couple of hours," said be In conclusion and small tracts: of round and bold

to .try the Large tracts of Mississippi periand
soon realize results. There is no .U you'llbe so good as to remember The allotted time had almost expiredand -
t Hardwood lands.
. for Is such thing as fail when advertising and was this the pattern that you :Mrs. Hasbrouck was upon the Splendid list of valuable proper"
judiciously
: Gulf ed Success arranged and display wanted, ma'am verge of some direfully catastrophic explosion and fine location for a Colony! or SMCI:
States Fair.
,
a must come.A He took a bit of cloth from the In- of the feelings when the card Farm In. South East Georgia.

The last Issue of The Mobile Farm side of his cap and held it up. of :Mr. Paul Roversi, was put Into her Some' of: the choicest resident!

and Floral World contained the following : : statistician has figured that Count -No," said Mrs. Haabrouck. "It was hands, and presently the young man places i" the beautiful little dry ot

article the Boni has cost Anna Gould $2.017 for :the other." entered, a tragic figure pate as paper. DeFunlak Springs, Fla... and in Milton.Fla .
under caption "A
every day of the eleven years they have After many futile efforts the man lie paused at three yards distance and ,

Gulf States Fair: been married. Titles come found the right sample and went off looked into her eyes, and slowly a won- Our prices and terms- are reaso*
high
There Is no better to advertisethe and able.
way
worthless upon his erraad. Two minutes later drous and beautiful change came over
Gulf states and to make known to counts seem to cost the Mrs. Hasbrouck alighted at her residence 1- him. Cal on or write to us
the world their varied resources than most '
the jewel case in her band. She "I knew It wasn't true" he said simply
I the :holding of an annual fair on a
; largo scale In of the I carried it directJc: to a room on the as a child and with a sob of exquisite -
one large cities Standard Oil financiers -
! !Where annual exhibits of all Kinds on watering the are figuring second floor where there was a safe set relIef."Truer' TURNER & AYMARDReal )
stock of that
- of farm produces, animate poultry giant Into the iralL By a window of this the echoed.

i etc., together with the manufactured monopoly. Unsafe to say they would ,room she sat down to enjoy a last ")ty uncle saId that you suspectedme and

: products and the mineral resourcesof also watertheir product If the people ..4u Wonderful. ,glimpse of her favorite trinket before ," he answered firmly. "I think his Estate

each county In the five great commonwealths would stand It.FLORIDA (MaO- 5 Markable The Choir singer Leader-He's I've ever the hart most In the r*. consigning It to the darkness F of the : own mind'was not clear of that InJus- Abstract Company,

comprising the Gulf Teaching for Money. choir. safe. She unlocked the casket with tice. lIe has his excuses; he knows

states. Such an organization could ....",w<..<'.v... .">> ,'3.M"ti:"' "' '''I';'"'''''It'it'it'it',''U'.,.." ..-. BiodeLH She-Mrs.: Brown says her husband' a The Trustee-Got such a splendid -vote, the key, which she had carried in her 'I that I have money difficulties. But P: o. BOI 115.I DeFuo1ak Springs, A rlH,
8h!
easily be formed if the financial and I. -He may be, but there's a swat The Choir Leader-No, but he takes glove, ,and. when the lid was up she you"Wrath

commercial organizations and the ;?' AND difference between him and a real modeL genuine Interest In the sermon. a stared, dumfounded, upon emptiness.The blazed In Helena Hasbrouck
railroads. land owners and real estate IMMIGRATION She-How lOtHeBecauso pearls were gone. with consuming heat-the unreasona- Safes! Safes! Safes!
men could get together and formulatea 1O he never receives the finishing For minutes
some Mrs. Hasbrouck'smind pathetically -comic wrath of
woman -
plan-but It requires sqme one to :i. Jacksonville' Times-Union. touch. ", was the abode of utter Diebold Safes!
confusion
against
take the lead in such movement. ; ... ; anger that relentless, mali- Buy
but presently there began to appear In cious demon, the Truth, a creature sent
!Farm and Floral World would be .
f
l the midst of this chaos the semblanceof Scarritt Moreno
much 'pleased to. see the JCew.Orleans: Into this world to torture us. ,
Progressive Union take the matter solid facts and the outlines of a plan "He dared say that!" she cried. "I

up and call a meeting of representatives The Immigration question Is now of action. She locked the Jewel case will make him smart for It And you- Agent? $

of the various interests nameO being widely discussed, not only In and put it Into the safe. Then she went you believed him. though you have ------t

above to meet in New Orleans at an the south,' but throughout the entire downstairs to the telephone, but after heard me give you very heartily the

early date and discuss the possibilities country, and. the demand for some contemplating the Instrument thoughtfully name of friend." and

of such a movement. rational means of restriction is everyday she ''turned away.' She had remembered "I knew It wasn't tcue" he repeated, Pensacola,. St. Andrews

An annual fair along the lines outlined emphasized by those Interested. that the Roversi establishment scarcely less false than herself, yet Co.

above would undoubtedly do 'Florida" had a private exchange and that with an honest striving, for the facts. Gulf Steamship
however. Is much less concerned I T'i) the girl In charge of It could overheara ,
much to advertise the varied re "It was the idea the mere thought of TARPONw.
with this STEAMER
feature of the Immigration conversation. The
present affair
it that
tortured me.. It was like an evil
sources of the states bordering on the question than with seemed to demand an absolute discre-
the
necessity dream that haunts one afterwaking..
gulf but interest in the project should L4: It would be G. BARROW Master.
tion. better
of settling up its unoccupied to communicate And yet.he continued, "I could have FIRST-CLASS PASSBNOLft: AM-

not be confined to any particular sec lands,. and developing the resources with'Paul Rovers by note. She forgiven you. I could not have blamed FREIGHT SEEVICBD
tion. If all sections would join in the wrote therefore as follows:
of which so little Is known beyond the you. 'Whatother; explanation was pos S etwwu-
effort with an understanding that the borders of the state. My Dear"'llr. Roversi Your warning I I sible or is possible at this Instant PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACH

fair should be held in a different gulf As the Times-Union long since was vanished.'prophetic-my I dd! not beloved leave the pearls carriage have Such sleight I of,hand u'a'cl1fJd la capable COLA CARRABELLE.MILLVILLC.ST. ANDREWS

state city each year and no one or pointed oat, the best class of Immigrants !- until I came to my own-door, and the of wou4! nave sufficed do It thereIn And all point,on St. Andrews BVI\

two places allowed to monopolize It, for our purpose will Ucked jewel case was beside me all the I. our store. and you won d have lock- Carr bclle and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE, .
probably tune. I took it into the house and opened ed an empty box.
much would result. An annual
good
be
found, not among the motely throng It. and it was empty. I "I never dreamed, ot_It" said she. .
exposition at the same place each that annually pours Into the country f dVirL \ This Is a very black mystery but I "You yourself are the1 sufficient answerto Leave Feocacola Sunday 8:30
hardly command the \ think that.there must be a hitherto n gleeted for Mobile JJs.jeave .
year would general through the narrow gateway of New talent within rae-a. talent for detective each Ian accusation. bold you for a m.. Pensacola. Tuesday 8:30 P-

Interest necessary 'to Its successas York, but -among. those residents of research. Already I seem to see man of honor" lor St Andrews, MlllrUle, Al*

a Gulf States fair. the northern and western states who tjie truth In this distressing affair, but "And if I bad taken them?" said be' acaicola.m. Carra belle and intenneia-:
Let the Btllfl.aua.. ASter Sb.F2ora1rwasso* %*;.?e <* .my lack of experience constrains me to h
drawinrnear W
> with
However The Journal would be are seeking more favorable condL! -why.,. you pouting water an over: e ta an my way bac! aak advice as to the best method of procedure r. ; a' sudden points. apvl1 c)

:glad to pee a move made In this direction tions and a more satisfactory environ Tour doorstep? When U" freezes every from. the mxpttcm! dist'nr/ dare almo first however. I must state my I mad question* his eyesj"Paul.1 For additional InformatIon J. R. SAUl''VRS.m. .
caller will break h1zck. fro..a. theory she answered, with white -
and awaits further details of ment. "That's all right About ten' bill coU Dora-WeE. your.e** wonld have.,,burr When I was -near borne my carriage !lips, "L&honl4-h ave been R. COBB. PrN14eAtOen.

the, project' : :Tils:class-{)! settlers can, however lectors and aU sojr. creditors are coin W id U.v {,)uewb6Vb4,t-u.cts 'llt'en g c' stopped. I.looked out of the window and _upon your ,Frt ,and Pass. Alt.Pensaeol .
call.lomoxIowA, alloll&i.r. saw_ a STOOTjl.jiajntjiMlcfaael: ..,. Saarj jyho (Continued Page Six). *. J'1tT ,



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THE TENSACOLA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. : .MOW' N I NG, FES R U,A RY 21,*>1B06 PAGE FIVE.
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: one man wan living alone.Dr.. Potter -

i then, now in Florida.of West at a''Palm place Beach called was Bis- HEADACHE NOTHING DONE ,:'Health of. American WomenA. ;

Does cayne. His brother was with him. ,
your baking powder Mr. and Mrs. Lovelace lived In the old I '
fort at 'Miami.NEven 1I1 f.her II ad 11MB al1lfreref from lick beadaehefOf
at Cutler then known as Ad- relief the until Ju'he,.eDty.the beraD t&tIDC 1ean soar aD4 Cucg liner foaDd SIDe.he aa1'.' Subject "Much Discussed at-Women's Clubs '

contain alum ? Look upon great dlson's host Landing of people.there This was you not any can! ..baa)..dach.begun.& k1DB'1'be1'CucareU' h... entirely he II...eared Sever him.b.4ti IN. GINGlES The Future of .Country' Depends on the

)' CaeeareU do what JOB reeommn4 thtm to do. I Health of Its Women.
imagine when had to miles' of ,
we go 150 win Kin you the prlrtlet being hi BMne." .
label. Use to reach a general! store JUL.DlekaoD.ll2 ReliDer S..'.W.IDQlADaPGliJID4. a .
the
only a powder I ]
: "Mr. Perrine with whom I went Into! h
I Florida later married Mrs 1F0Isom.' CASE
the mother of the beloved -wife 4 ?'
label shows of for-i 1 ,
whose it to be mer President Grover Cleveland. 1 11 11

finally" settled down, in my present, :i 't-1'J:; r

mtitdevith cream of tartar. home.Experience With Tigertail.' Board of Public Works Did Not d ,

,
Commodore Allen .
was asked regarding :' .
his acquaintance with the Consider the Matter at Its -
1.&L 1.-
Seminole whose
warriors names were
NOTE. Safety lies in buying then in, every one's mouth throughout PleMint,Palatable,Pot.nt.T&at.Good Do Good Recent
the country, and in reply related )uevce fctck.n. Weakm or Grit.Ia,.fc*.i NeTe; Meeting.
old in bulk. The gainta Ublet jumped a()().
only the Royal Baking Powder the following curious Incident: Gaaraat..c1\O par ot yon money btek.Sterlinj .
"On one trip out from Miami\ Young Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 598
which is the best cream of tartar Ti ertall. leading his little son by the ANNUAL SALE, TEll MILLION BOXES Although the regular meeting of the ','s "I
band came U!).to us and clambered Board of Public Works has been held $ -
baking powder that.can be had. I aboard our vessel. He handed us a :and 'is a thing of the past no action : -1 '7 4

,. ,. roll of "buckskin and asked us.to sell Nick's Buffet and : has been taken by that body relative ..
it for him and buy him whiskey in re- to the action of the City Council In : -
turn.
calling for the ra-instateinent of Chas.II. .
lhla
we did, purchasing nearly RestaurantIs
half of aa old vitriol corboy full ofbiskey. Gingles as street superintendentand

.,- But on the way back from the only place of Its the displacement of John E. Long, JJ1rxeIwItidjen AlisiAIof/ie Beny '
KeyVcst we encountered a norther kind in Pensacola In fact ::who is at present holding the position,

......... .......................................... and Our were delayed of fresh for days water and days. ,it la The 'fact'Is. it is believed that no
supply was exhausted action -will be taken by the boaro!. and At the New York State Assembly of Miss Mattie Henry Viee-Presidentci'
i and we started In on the A Pride to that it will be up to the council to Mothers,a prominent New York doctor Danville Art Club, DanvilleVa.writes(
| ALONG THE EAST COAST | whiskey drinking nearly half of it. take further steps before M.r: Long is told the 500 women present that healthy Dear Mrs.Fiokbam :
Then we filled up the carboy with removed and Mr. Gingles placed In American women were so rare as to be : "Jdao1..YNN suffering with female weak '
salt wa'ir. Pensacola.Larger the position. almost extinct. I and abroLen downaystea
WHEN SEMINOLES HELD SWAY i "When In at start made me more anxious to die than to Uva
i we again put our The probable reason for the Boardof This seems to be a sweeping statement but Lydia E.Pmkham's Vegetable Compound
ing point v.-e saw Young: Tigetall sitting oJUes cannot Works not taking the council's of the "condition: of American has restored my health and I am GO gratefulfor
i on the bank with his little son boast of a better equipped resolution under consideration is the women. Yet how many do yon know it that I want every suffering woman to
Jacksonville Tlnt.aVntonj J near him. We paid no attention to place. The service is the feet that the resolutions passed. by who are perfectly well and do not have know what Lydia E Finkham'a" VegetebU
him. and kept on up the river. He best that can-be had. the latter body did not bear the signa. some trouble arising from a derange- Compound will do for her.

: ............... followed In a canoe came aboard: tures of the required number of coun- ment of the female organism which When women are troubled withtrregularsuppressedorpalnfulperiods
................. ......4............
and we gave him the liquor. He drank cllm n. At any rate no attention manifests itself In headaches, back ,
heavily' and then putt'ng' the carboy:Nick Apostle, ProperTO : whatever was paid to the matter and aches nervousness that bearing-down weakness, pelvic catarrh displace
j ramping for 180 miles along the home digging a trench through the I down said merely 'Too much salt the recent meeting of the 'board was feeding, painful or irregular periods, ments that bearing-down feeling in-
,.,!,J coast of Florida in an effort to coral into a pit under his house which I to consider only routine matters. pelvic catarrh displacement of the flammation. backache bloating. (or
communicate with New York In some he used for a bath room securing his water."H Long Sleep." The next meeting of the council will female organs indigestion or sleeplessness flatulency), general debilIty. indiges.
wa\ more direct than through Key water through the trench from the "Five >cars ago I was once more ENCOURAGE be held next Wednesday night when ? There is a tried and true remedy tion and nervous prostration, or are
West walking" along the beach when ocean. This bath room proved the cWT In that section aboard z. vessel It Is expected that there will be other for all these ailments Lydia E.Pink. beset with such symptoms as dizziness
faintness, lassitude excitability, irritability
the ;ides permitted and at other times means of saving his wife and his two !, and cm*.morning. just as we were:! RIFLE PRACTICE utevelopments' in the matter. The ham's Vegetable Compound has restored nervousness., sleeplessness,
dr.ven. back into the wild tropical foilagr little children a boy and a girl. aged i preparing:; breakfast. I saw a buck !n- mayor has the power to veto the reso- more American women to health melancholy "all-gone" and "want-to- '
meeting in all that distance only 7 and 8 years. With them he lived Han coming out of tha glades, with a lution, but whether or not he will doM than all other remedies in the world. be-left.alone"feellngs.blues and hope
a-few scattered settlers who had push. on the key until the fatal night that laree supply of yams. I called to him is a question that is "being extensively It regulates strengthens and cures elcbsoess, they should remember there
:neir way Into the southern states ended his life. and invite'I him aboard and. to breakfast -: SPECIAL EFFORT TO BE-MADE TO 4 discussed._ diseases of the female organism as is one tried and true remedy. Lydia E. ., '
and dealing often with the most noted To Sea in Canoe. but he declined.: Then 1 offered nothing else can. For thirty'years it Pmkham's Vegetable Compound at
!! warriors among the Seminole Indians "One night a band of Indians decked him some coffee and this he accept CREATE INTEREST IN STATE IT WAS- HER TRUNK. has been curing the worst forms of onie removes such troubles. So other '

!: that:: is a 'brief epitome of the out in their war paint and 'bent on ed. OF (FLORIDA. female complaints. medicine in the world has received such
txperrpnce thirty years ago of Mr. J. I the destruction of the whites and the "As he sat there drinking It, I rclit- Evidence That Would Convince the Such testimony as the following unqualified endorsement. No other
tt AJlen. commodore of the Halifax pillage of their homes, came to the ed the story of the salt watewliia- Most Obstinate Bciraceman. should be convincing. medicine has such a record of cures
River Yacht Club. of Daytona. key. Dr. Perrine as he saw them approaching -key. The Julian heard me patlrnt'v: The following circular letter which The old lady bad lost the check to her Mrs. T. C. Willadsen,> of Manning.la. of female troubles. Refuse to buy
Today populous cities dot the coast. 'hurriedly put his wife and until: the ead and then he looked up is self explanatory has just been Is- trunk, and the depot officials said that ., writes: any other medicine for you need thi
Between them, runs the :Tlorida East to little children down through the 'n.ci said mply: 'He my father He sued by Adjutant General J. Clifford Dear Mrs. Pinkham best.Mrs.
enumerate the contents and Pinkham invites all Kick
he must ,
&! "I that have saved wome
can truly
Coast railway, making communica- trap door in the floor into the trench. long sleep sixteen >ears. R. Foster: say you my
them that It belonged to her. Ufa and I cannot express my gratitude you to vrite her for advice The present
He closed the and a heavy "Then It that I knew that he this satisfy
non< between all parts of the state the trap pulled was Special effort is to be made in words. For two yee.rstI spent lots of money Mrs. Pinkham is the daughter-in-la\t ,
ma'tpr of only a comparatively fe* chest over it, and then hoping against was Charley! Ttgertall. the fully developed year to bund up in this state an increased -| "Waal now," she began "right on in doctoring without any benefit for female of Lydia E. Pinkham her assistant before
hours. Telegraph wires form a net-] hope, went out to talk to the Indians. man, who whan I first saw interest in rifle shooting, not, top of everything you'll find a red irregularities and I had given up all hopes of her decease, and for twenty-five
work over the entire section and happenings -!I. "Without parleying, over any matters him, was but a mere boy at his fath only among the Florida State Troops woolen shirt that I was taking: to my ew being well again but I was persuaded to years since her advice has been freely
In New York are known in the Indian warriors killed him er's side. With him be had a small though that of course is greatly to brother William.. William has rheumatism try and Lydia three E.bottles Pmkham's have restored Vegetable me Compound to perfect given to sick women. Her advice
Florida only a few moments after New instantly took from his home every- boy so that I have known four generations be desired, but among our citizens health. Had it not been for you I. would and medicine have restored thousands
York itself knows of them. The contrast thing that appealed to their fancy of the famOU3 old warriors generally. This is a matter to which and red woolen is powerful good have been in my grave to-day." to health. Address. Lynn Mass.

tell;> a wonderful story of devel- and then set fire to. the house wait the Tlgertalls as I was acquainted the war department Is at present giv- for that. Lydia E. Pinkbara's Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fall! f -
opment and of the results of the prclgress ing just without to watch' its total with his grandfather Old Tigertail in'gmuch attention cooperating In "What else?"

raada possible through the untirIng destruction. who fought.:-with Osceola during the every possible way with the "Nation "Then you come to three new sheets ................................................... -
efforts of :Mr Flagler and his railway In the trench below the mother and Indian war, and who was about 90 al Rifle Association." and other organizations for Aunt Mary with a new bedquilt
system. her children: ,were huddled in terror years old when I knew him, in 1876." in securing the formationof .
Commodore :Allen, one of the efficient and then wfren they could no longer :Mr. Perrine, who went- into Florida citizens rifle clubs. for Aunt Sarah.. Then there's a calico 1- MARION CURRY & CO. I
officials of the recent automobile endure the conditions they hurried with Commodore, Allen, died during There are now being urged before dress 'pattern for Aunt Mary's oldest I. i
1 tournament at Ormond-Daytona: out through the trench toward the sea. the Buffalo Exposition. The Commodore -congress several: measures having forth girl and a catskin cap for Aunt Sarah'solde5t .,
Beach and of the motor boat regatta I Here the brave woman found'on of himself is hale and hearty. an ir purpose the promotion of rifle boy. Then you come to my; .
At Palm Beach, briefly sketched the the canoes 'of' the Indians, and with enthusiastic yachtsman a member of practice and it' 'Is contemplated clothes. There's a silk dress that has : 16, 18, 2D MAKRESA STREET, : -
*torof that walking trip thirty: out hesitation she put her. little ones the Florida East Coast Automobile the general government to. establish been turned top to bottom and made
\ears ago to a Times-Union representative in it. and put to sea. Association'and active in many enterprises well equipped .nges'at convenient over again and "- f. PENSACOLA: FLORIDA. f fi
aad the story is but an encomium "Fortunately for them a passing in different parts of Florida. points throughout the country so as "Ithink, ,the .trunk must be yours"
upon the resources and progress I vessel bound for New York picked to admit of general practice. It is said the baggageman. i WHOLESALE_. :
dade in thirty short years. I them up and carried them safely to BATTLE RAGING also planned to offer such trophtesand ""Waal! there's the old corset I bought -
the American metropolis. as will stimulate greater white skirt that I'm
The Bath Room Trench. prizes five years ago, a
1'he story begins back in 1838." Return to Florida. interest among the people In rifle; going to put some new 'trimming on
ald Commodore Allen "when the "The Perrines 'ca.Die'10 jPalmyra. N. IN CAUCASIASIX shooting. In the':city of.New. York and an alpaca dress that I may give to i Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs i -

United States sent a Dr. P rrlnl". a Y.," continued Commodore Allen"and this matter has been effectively takenup Aunt Mary if she hasn't growed too ,
there that I 'became' acquaintedwith schools and
it high
was in the public
botanist and scientist of note. Into stout Then you'll find"- .

Florida certain, for the purpose of from introducing with them the-boy becoming* When especially he had friendly grown HUNDRED MUTINIOUS COS- "Public through Schools'the instrumentality Athletic League"of the the "You can have the trunk ma'am." t Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. : -
tropical plants Mexicoand "Then find a Jar of raspberryJam
the West Indies. Dr. Perrine.'he to manhood, the government gave SACKS AND PUNITIVE EXPE. boys of that city' are being trained a. you'll bottle of currant wine andgome" t Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. :
,
withhis him a township" at that section of the for future, marksmen by the use of '
Seminole War Interfering Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : .
plans his Indian state where Cutler now stands and DITION ENGAGE IN the "sub-target gun," an ingenious mechanical Ii
Key', with a put view plants of transplanting on in 1876. he and I started for Florida, contrivance for practicing "Take it along" ma'am. Ifs your Telephone 208. p. O. Box 661. : .
investigate the land and its pOSesibilities. FIGHT. with the military trunk for sure. :
them"On, later. I to rifle.sighting It this and plan aiming'were universally fol- Yes, Ira my; trunk but now that you ....................................................t
Indian
Key he built his little
"For seven months we remained Ekaterinodar Caucasia. Feb. 20.- lowed in this country our people wouldbe have got me naming the contents Fd

--- ---- ._---- there and in many-ways it'was a lone- As this dispatch is filed an engage as formidable marksmen as the like to tell you that there aretwo pairsof
ly stay. 'At that time,.there was no ment Is progressing at the village of I Boers. This would not only: be a military shoes three pairs of stockings/ my
communication between north and Geaginskai between six hundred mutinous advantage but would ba the last year's bonnet:, an extra waist
south Florida and all 'news from New Kuban Cossacks; and the punitive -! strongest possible ,argument in favorof and"Bat- AND
York came by boat :.to Key West and expedition with machine guns the continuation of peace. the baggageman pulled the trunk BUGGIES WAGONS t
: 'which left here last :week to crush the
-:7iT.- nfl I in the course of time we: 'got it from II There are already quite ,a numberof around broke off one of the handles,
t' i1tE 121 there. insurgents. well equipped rifle ranges In this bent the lock: and told her that he 1

FOR I "At that time Dade county claimed --- .- --- state and 'Jt is honed to have one at wouldn't be responsible for spontaneous I
251ff eighteen registered' voters though ---I every post of the Florida State Troops ombustion If the thing remained I ...TO BE... -
only eleven voted. in the Hayes and before the close of 1906. A regular there fifteen minutes longer.-Baltimore -I
S Tilden election. Deer and bear were coursevof practice and shooting for i
ABCORT very plentiful and it was by no meansan record has been prescribed for the American.
I NI A
unusual sight to 'see bears coming I IPRINTERS' troops; insignia provided'for thoso .____.--_ __ _,_n____ __ SOLD AT COST !
"ARROWClfotCO boldly into the "banana groves and who qualify as marksmen. sharpshoot.
eating pawpaw.oIt'' hardly seems ers or expert riflemen..and it is pro-
m.QU4I.Tn. SIZES possible now that such conditions existed posed to hold a State Rifle Competition -
OUOETTPEABODY; 4. CO. thirty years ago,yet they did. at some point centrally located Well-Fed Feeling of We have a few fine buggies and wagons in 1
JI 1II6 Of G U57I AB MOHABCH HUT* Tramp Up :Coast. that has a well equipped range. This
."Finally desiring to get some definite competition will take place during stock which we are offering for sale at cost. .

: news of the conditions prevailing July, and special effort will be madeto Strengthcomes Come and see them and get prices, or dropus
: throughout the country beyond what have every military organization
UNION LABEL. will mail full
and
k -. I was then! called 'the $tate of Dade: largely represented tlrere. Arrangements fromGrapeNuts a postal we particulars. .

The I I and one other ''determined to tramp ;; will also be made for participation I '
along the coast to Jupiter. In the hope by any civilian clubs which may I -
I that there we might learn some Do you endorse Organized be formed. All Florida 'railroads will
Silverware thing. be asked to make a low rate for this PENSACOLA BUGGY CO.
Labor, not
I only by words
"Off we started, on that ninety- occasion and a number of handsome: .
mile tramp carrying what provisionswe but more substantially by', and valuable trophies medals and ,

\\Ve could-and these. were necessarily employing other' prizes will be offered. It is Read "The Road to Wellville,"

small. as we had to swim the In This Label on your printing hoped to make the awards of such in pkgs. 30 ,East Garden Street, Pensacola, Ha.i j-
for the rest upon and value as to attract
Sell lets-and depending shows that you do. importance ..
the fish that we could catch and the competitors and insure -the success of --- -
game that we could brin'g down with the: meet. .. ----- _. _.
our rifles. The test walking was along Your. cooperationIssolicited' In Interesting 'r' -
the beach;'and on this course we de- ,generally! in the for. THEGORDON 2 !22 !22 !2 -
cided. marion of rifle clubs,_and also in making 22222222222aemScreens
"And it was ,walking though necessarily LkL1.j I [ :. the first State Rifle Competition '
limited. "'hen.the tide was the'success. which it deserves to be.
out we could make good time but as Very respectfully & BROWN Screens Screens ,wHlgglns

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driven CLIFFORD R. FOSTER.
it came in we were gradually&
backward 'and /backwards until fur Adjutatnt General of Florida.

I I ther walking became impossible. Then This Label on your news." HARDWARE' COMPANY patented all Metal Screens for window, ft|

we would shelter ourselves in the the paper shows that Union A 'CattpJae. doors etc.. Now Is the time to put them in. Let flj f' -.

is built on the heirloom plan made banks bushes and and: wait wild until, growths the receding along tide labor strictly Is employed to Pensacola Fla. us make.you',a..price before summer. They are 18 fy

blast for years and years, and then again made it possible to continueour print It. ? fl. meek "copper bronze and absolutely rust proof. ItS'
cescend to the next generation. I walks This Label provesl "'-hat"blow : "'- Biggest Hardware Firm This i '
.1 "We passed by Lake Worth. and at and bluster" can'not: : cu

!.4JROGER5 BROS: I J'alt.On that one,time having shore it was no we outlet fresli learned,water to later the and ocean.there not Ing prove.your If It's printer on your employs print. .:t:( 'i : ::a\//t\ / We. Will Side Save of Birmingham.You Money on .C;., H. TURNER ft ruN *

was a small settlement though at Union Labor. If he cannot: 41 E. Garden .St. Phone 345. flj I
Ire as SPOONS FORKS. ETC.. that time we did not see ll- put It on your printing at. Your,Purchases ofHARDWARE ruOxdor
Is near perfection for this purpose as"Possible Vain. request, he deep ,
> Trip Was }Jn your sq f
antI"we
aboWlng all shall take pleasure in "We kept on. completing the ninety employ Union Labor.;, rSee aaaaaaaaaaaa22a
YOU the late this
in
teliablt' brand. designs miles to Juplter>and then found that That's all.Penneoa > =- -. -- ---, -. --- .
errand had a hopeless one. -
: our keen ---
: and we at once turned and started Typographical; : U;Ioir4:1I..1: of all kinds, such as TToxxr- ,
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J back. In Just about two weeks after
" at COAL and WOOD
we had left our litt'e settlement AI Tools ICE
Turpentine ,
I Mill. Supplies, ,
I -
, Cutler we 'were back a aIn. I .A.w ,ri- x-oxxx ta oConsuin. ,

101 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA walk"Yea.* replied It was'Commodore:a somewhat Allen lonely to a I I Four anarchist plotters In Brum Belting, Piping, Ammunition, Etc. ." .,'Joe and Fuel Company. 't ?"- -
of bomb.
____ few people Invented a.new kind Corner Cbale"&Ild Tarragona Phone 259.
question, "an).; )there were I They had Just got It loaded Qfflca: -
11'I- New River one Us for Prices ,
along our route At When-bang!-it exploded > Write".to .
I family had, settled. :At Arch Creek .A s4 struck Up conspirator dumb.


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} i I 'Sweets' No woman's happi
Sweets
: : I[MYRTLE GROVE: Woman'st ness can be complete
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PEOPLE and EVENTS
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I kind will tickle your palate. Specialto- The Journal. 'U Nightmare, : u want so a them

After you have eaten a hardy meal thereis Myrtle Grove, Feb 20.-The -weather NW j
Seen Heard the
I and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and nothing better,to put a sweet tasteIn has been :exceedingly: good in our vicinity and beau.pure

your mouth than I' some of our for the past few weeks, and The critical,: through which the expectant mother must *

Tarry Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere the farmers are busily planting their however, is'so'fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger that pa5s thevery '

r early gardens. thought of it.fills her with apprehension and horror. There
Preserves Jams is
I no
I Jellies Rev Mr. Kegel the noted evangelIst necessity for.the reproduction of,life tobe either painful
or
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B E. JVOUC BECK. dangerous
By Telephone 669. 3tt who has been conducting a seriesof
Friend
the
useofMother's so for
The the
Dunkley's] prepares system coming
Jars..75c; Methodist
Preserved Fruits, revival/meetings in the
V acax3xsx i3 sv3a sx3xnt that it is safely passed without danger. This
: Bishop's;California:fruits, jars..i50c church building, since last Frtaiay any great and wonderful

Dodson & Brown's Fruits, jars 25c-50c: night closed' them on Sunday nightIt remedy is' always applied -

'MISS BONIFAY MARRIED Bishop's and D. & B. Jellies, glasf' 25c will be rmembered ,that Mr. Kegs!J externally and ;J

HOUSTON PLAYWRIGHT. 7he Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Cros sand Blackwell Jams, Jars.30cD. Millview held large, and meetings did wonderful in 1lu1<:ogee work and atboth r h'ascarried' thousands Mothr

The many friends of Miss Josie & B. Jam's, j Jars.-:. u .15 and :25c! places. We can say that he has of women through the

Bonifay, whose wedding was described done equally as well in our little vil trying crisis without, suffering.
;_ t in,a recent Journal. will be interested lage. .Mr. Kegel l and his party are Send for tnt book conUWMZ Infotmation of
t in the following ,reference to her husband stopping here for a short rest, at present priceless nine to all expectant mother*. Frieid
which appeared in the Houston and are making ready for another TM Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.Prices .
.,.1 Chronicle: ROSENAU & GERELDS tour., After seeing these people in

.4 "A young Houston playwright bas '1\ their, everyday life and going to their ==- --- -
scored a hit at El Paso with a play meetings we can but say. "Surely =
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Been; In this city'when the Prank Rich The Fancy Grocers, these people are Christians." As theygo

: stock company was holding forth at forth in the work for the Master,
*. the old Empire theatre, but at that : Phone 391. Pensacola. w, wish them God-speed. r
p ).tme! the author's modesty caused him There ,will be Washington's birth- I Knocked Into 1
k :''to keep his name off the program. d&y: exercises at. the public school Smithereens
J S')JjThe play is "Along the Missouri" and 1" r here on next Frfa&y evening and all
Mfae author is Mr. Harry Van Demarkfa. ,
Carnival Costumes are invited.Mr. Scattered' to the four winds cf heaven !IBottomou'tl
I member of the Chronicle staff. John }(. Smith returned Satur'ilay
,r p" When Mr Rich staged the play' at night from Millville, where he I Not a whole price left in our
\the Empire it was given under the ..5.tL '- \ WILL BE FOR RENT ""weqit about a month ago.: H? will go
ijname' "An Indian Romance." and it : store-all due to our monster
with
Fancy Dress for Ladles back Onlght'and take his family
and Gene
,
business of the :20fweek :
did the biggest -
who has
Reddick '
: him. Muss Bessie
,
In etc.

::1 *:VMr. Rich' stock that season h* bought and so it impressed outright. -, :: ;P.- .. \ \q Velvet, also Cambric, "been:ill ,accompany residing with them them to for some Jeasacola time Odd and End Sale !

JSHe it under "
the
Is now putting on Comical Masks, Stockings, Gloves, and there spjnd a short time with relstives i '
/ title and Mr Van Demark .
I riginaJ
False 'returning to her home at
Moustaches Hair Goodsat 'before
: .
s appears on the programs as; the auSbthor. Freoport.Ir. We are cutting, slashing and resorting to the
He has other plays placed and
f i : Herbert Caro and Miss Hazel methods within
most desperate our
t C3s working on more for which he has powerto.
Gunther went to Pensacola Sunday
: vYecedved' requests and which he bopes reduce our stock. As we again tell you,
4 Jtto see staged by some of the big producers Mrs. Nordsfrent's Millinery last.Mr.
tr his work having received flatVtering .- Watson, one of Mr. Kegel's party ALL WINTER WEIGHT FOOTWEAR
No 11 E. Intendencia S1, was very"l HI last Saturday,
attention comment. 'but
and The Journal's Panama Canal Edition : 'MUST GET OUT. So come, come

JEW CITY LADIES-+--- has made a great hit with ,the quick to take advantage of the ODD AND

return to their home at Pensacola.- people ht>r'>.. Success, to 'the ever I .
'OMIT- MEETING NEXT WEEK. Marianna Times-Courier: growing Journal. END PRICES.;
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Mrs. Bergan entertained the New *
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ia 01 City Ladies with Flinch Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Joseph Washington' of Savan Itch-Ringworm. MEYER SHOE' COMPANY I

at her residence on Thirteenth ) .-c. :..f nab, Ga., Is in the city on a visit to EL, T. 'Lucas, Wingo, Ky., writes, ,
street The games were most her father Judge A. C. Blount, Sr.. I[ Feet Furnishers For ,
April 25, 1302: Tor 10 to 1% years Ibad 102 S. PcUfox St. Folks.
interesting and the hostess served delightful her brothers Mr. W. .A-. Blount and been afflicted with a malady J
Mr. A. C. Blount.Jr.
i refreshments c'uring the social I known as the ,'itch.' The itching was ,
2' hour. Mrs. Caro was the special unbearable
most
;, I had tried for years -
guest of the club. Miss Louis? Bond and Miss Ola --- -1
: to find relief having tried all remedIes -
:t The club will not meet next Tuesday Watson who have spent several weeks
I .could hear of. besides a number
out of regard for the mandate oft In Montgomery, are expected home '
tonight
i of'doctors. I wish to state that Fire Fire Fire !
his majesty Rex king of the Carnlval. accompanied by Mrs P. L. Rolloof one single application of Ballard's
,
that
City.
rLre
Snow Liniment cured me completelyand

r4 the On Mardi Tuesday Gras of festivities the week the following club Don't walL You'll like Blue gibbon "perm nenUy. Since then r have
*m used the liniment on two separate ocCasions -
The SaleBegins
t !will meet with Mrs J. C. Pebl y. [: Vanilla better. Absolutely pure. for 'ring worm and it cured Big Fire
,. -.- Goes twice as far and gives dessertsthe
completely. 25c, 50c and $1.00. Sold. ,
"Blue Ribbon
:r WEDDING GUESTS AT Flavor. / by all druggUts. '

tIz MR. AND MRS. YONGE'S
4,, ,J Meeting Tonight Martha Washington Tea.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Keyes Yonge I Thursday' Morning at 9 o'clock.All .
are entertaining a delightful house Staff members of Naomi Rebekah The Ladies Missionary Society of ,
'.' :: party of wedding guests who are here Lodge: INo. 10, will have practice to- the" Presbyterian church will give a Goods Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost
: to attend the marriage of thir niece LITTLE night at 8 p. m. sharp Every member Martha Washington Tea in t tJle church
.Miss Mary Elizabeth Blount of Oak GIRL'S SAILOR SUIT. requested to attend. parlors Thursday from 5 to 9 p. m.
The stock consists of Shoes Hats
Grove Ala.Thoae The metropolitan liliputian bazars: buttons up the back the vest of a different ,,--: There will be a' freewill offering of : Clothing, Dry

who have arrived are Mrs. F. are showing the prettiest little sailor material and usually of a different silver' also a sale of souvenirs. Besu'r Goods, Gents'_ Furnishings, Ladies' Furnishings, etc.
_t ;M. Blount and daughter the bride suits for the small maid built on the color, perfectly white, attached to, A PUZZLE to take 'one "back home" with
elect] Miss Blount. Miss A. G. Davis, lines of those for the small boy. The this. The little jacket with its semi iOf you. 2t :E L ::E=I. E]E3:1.J1.A.-r: :

:Miss Sarah Davis. Miss Margaret DavIs skirts are short, reaching barely to loose back and front is worn over,this : '
At and lIsa Messenger, all of Oak, the knee, this being a very marked) and is held In place by means of but. PEARLS 126 South Tarragona Street.,
'I4 ? Grove; Mr. and Mrs P. A Buck and feature of all the new models in tons and buttonholes -beneath the '

;d'E children of St. Louis. Mo. I I chil-aTen's wash materials wear. Any of the heavier broad sailor collar, the ,buttons sewedto (Continued_from HINOTE, ALA. 1 .+++..+.+..+..+ .++....+.+++.+..+.+..++..*+.+.+.+.++*
Others who arrived late last night may be used, and even the body portion. Here, the white Pa-ge Four) : .
44t or will com* In anrf pole the party the lightweight woolen fabrics, like pique collar and vest are bandej with: .
4i this morning are Miss MargaretBrown henrietta and mohair (these in light navy blue linen, the anchor worked in: se. \7e Would liaTa" lieenTlilevesto- ; I 5

itJ1 of CItronPlle, Mr. and Mrs. M. colors) are seen. The rtiort, pleated blue, the dress material white cambric -' gether." Special to The Journal. : YOU CAN MAKE YOUR \
k1I IL. Davis.Mr. Lane Davis and Mr. B skirt is joined to a plain body which I with blue figure. At this inopportune moment Detective 'Hinote Ala., Feb. 20.-Postmaster :

. C Davis, Jr., all of Oak Grove and I I Newell was announced. He entered T. A. Bqswell is having a new building "
v4 relatives of the bride lect. bearing a green Jewel case'in his erected pear the depot and when .
. Other members of the wedding par elect will arrive this morning and be lean girl. To marry an American simply hands and' when ItJ'Was.set upon the completed) he will move the 'post office.I i: SPARE ROOMS PAY i|
't ? ty who have arrived are :Mr: and Mrs guests of Mr. and Mrs. William A. because he' l 1& an American would! table he opened it and disclosed the This change will be a great advantag*I.f

I B. C. Davis Sr., of Oak Grove, who Elount. bo as inane as to marry a man for' pearls. tOthe postmaster as he is the L. & N. :
are guests of :Mrs.: Maclay -+- any other title. In fact it Js more- Agent also. I
THE MISSES LEWIS WILL 44Tou are a better detective than I : IF THEY ARE NOT ALREADY FURNISHED, YOU SHOULD J
ttt n Mr. Charles A. Sturtevant the groom than suspected that some Americans A new stop building has Just been
-i elect! is a.gue!'t at Hotel ("ambia. ARRIVE THIS MORNING.Miss have failed to "make good as bus; am, Mrs. Hasbrouck said he. "Your completed,and i is soon to be occupied.: : BUY AND FIT THEM OUT t
; Mr. and Mrs A. H. Sturtevant, of Pearl Lewis and Miss Cam band of the choicest American girt' .1 note to Mr. Rovers stated. the case absolutely 'The Gracevill" All Star Comedy Co., "

Cusbla. Ala., parentsof th0 groom Lewis of Valdosta Ga.. were detained Still-of course-that may be mere dead right with one small ex gavk 'a jdelightful entertainment here I
i.l; : ilr. Charles A Sturtevant the groom- and did not get in Saturday night talk. ception-the third thief didn't reach |In one night last weak. The proceeds i '

\ -- _ _ _ I but will arrive this morning on a through the window to change the. v/era for the benefit of the Methodist 1 With Pretty Furniture
visit to their kinswoman Mrs C.V.. P Hopkinson Smith, pointer, author boxes; be was hidden under the car- parsonage at Gracenlle. The com j
d ---- -I t Lamar. i engineer, and professional optimist panywas composed of the following .
To-night Mrs. Lamar will give a: tells a story showing that Boston .I well known young people: Miss!' !
small informal dance at the Country !I boys of the street are like all Pebble McKinney ana'' Miss Janie : AT SMALL COST. TWENTY,' IVE, TO FIFTY DOLLARS J

fB 8 QUARTS Club for her attractive nieces, who: others. lia overheard conversation Warte. :Mrs.: Wade Dr. J. H Sillrs, WILL FURNISH ONE IN A VERY CREDITABLE MANNER J
were among the most popular visitors between two :youngsters selling (& I Prof. Chas, King Messrs. Geo_ Grace,
last spring.At I' newspapers: 'U p. M, Wade and J. K. Simmons and f 'AND YOU CAN EASILY RENT IT TO SOME ONE. i
that time there was mutual regret "Say Harry w'ats de 'bast -
that ; teach a girl how to swim?" asked the the BETTER SEE' US TO-DAY. 4
Nannie
Kilbrew All
POPPED previous engagements carried parts were" (,
CORN 4
tThJ I
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them<<: away on the'eve of the Mar i i I younger one."Dat's well executed and the attendance was

dl Gras fertilities after a reason of a cinch. First off you puts v L very gratifying.NO I I It
i most,delightful and complimentary so I jour left arm under her: waist and =a : MARSTON & QUINA,

clal attentions from local society, and I you gently takes her Jeft hand-", t "- -- .
; FOR their return now Is in keeping with 'Come off; she's me sister." ACCIDENTS IN NATURE. .
"Aw ": fl 108x110. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla.Gave *
her
the cordial invitaton given and as cor push off de .dock.. '-Every- ,
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dally accepted then.--.- body's Magazine. q Every Great Calamity Has a Definite No Matter Beginning.Theie How. ?................*......*...+.....+*.*.*...*+>+*.4.J

5 CENTS Miss Minnie Pendelton last Mrs. Beatrice Marean the noted -- -"
evening
are no accidents in nature.
writer of Ocala. is expected to arrive
: entertainer( at the last meeting of the :The 'avalanche that without a m'ment's I
ii to-night and spend Mardi Gras
with
Pleasure! Club until after Lent. Mrs.
it her daughter Mrs. R. J.. Owens, 16 warning rushes,headlong down
Daniel Jones the first I
Lt Do you know of anything won prize East Belmont. Mrs. ,Owens' sister the mountain side is not an accident. ; '
Mrs. Jack the
Brandon second
and
'J cosier, more home-like Mrs. B. S. Bernard of this city will For years previous tiny atoms have I ;
Mrs. Sidney Greenwood the consola-
.-' ,- or more attractive than remain In Ocala with their father been erystalizmg ,and adding their
2 sitting before the fire tion. Dr. Marean while Mrs. Marean Isaway. I minute weight' ; to the 'mass which left
- t .. place at night with the e its base ,hen the accumulation reached
Mrs. James White, Mrs. John Massey ,
,-hi children around you and a certain' point.
sr ; popping corn over the : and little daughter Eunice leave Neither is baldness an accident. The
hHiafor Mobile where they will visit :Mr.: and Mrs. David' Edrehi and little ,
: i glowing coals Infinitesmally small which is the
It Is the germ
son, Montrose of Pensacola arrived -
1lrs. Hugh H. Jr. for -
Hybart, the
of
cause, Dandruff and Baldness,
in the '
city Tuesday evening
p Prettiest! Home Picture carnival. from Tallahassee where thy spent \ fteds silently and long' before the result "
most of the time since September 1st '_ TT- J3$ seen.:
Mrs. John Munch leaves to-day to
They will spend a few dayshere! and Tha small germs which thrive on
M P'j ,'",hlch the Imagination visit the mother. of Mr. Munch iu Xew the scalp and which are the cause

:1L Jl- can paint, and when you Orleans. of Baldness and Danatuff cannot exist -
? l :; make it real you havo I owever. when Xewbro's Herpi--
t. *. fe: reached the height of Mrs. Eugene!; Roch leaves to-morrow cide Is applied. -

; 1.' ,% home Joy and comfort. to visit friends in Mobile. For ,sale by V>\ A. D'Alemberte .
;; ;f-r{f You can do this for I :: r The Most Cheerful druggist and apothecary 121 South Her Little Brotb.r SS'-8ay.Away are 'you coin WHEN LIFE'S'IN THE BALANCLwhen

Miss Agnes Neal left yesterday to '"rOU.AIlE, 4..BETTEB DETECTIVE. THAN I Palafox street, or send lOc In stamps ter marry my sister Bess?' high-priced medical! Sp'f"laISfS
;, spend; two or three weeks In .:Mobile.4 siC for sample to The Herpicide Co.. Itiolt >> Her Suitor-Why. ...-.r- r don't know, are doing their best to prolong "'X *
I "OnIy'SCents; Mich., Her Little -otber-Wtll, you are. { J'omy
tence-isn't
: I riage seat. When attention it poor policy-falsf'
was
your heard her tell pop sha was coin ter land
? The Blount-Sturtevant wedding and Comfortable 'drawn' reached out quick as a you tonicbJ', -to patronize any drug sioi :<:o
i .. We sell an attractive takes 'Place at 8 o'clock to-night in away J ply on account of lov prices: Wdon't
f h ,.>;','"f package of shelled pop Christ church, ahd will be followed bya snake and made the"shift""Undpr cried scrimp remedies to saya itorn; for :5) cents and one reception at the residence of Mr. the seat? Mrs. Has- ", "' here or there-we give you hafu>:)r
, 4.t these :and Mrs. iP. 1C Yonge.Mis brouck. urely there isn't room." -
of packages contain tlrrortt.Ingly.
place in the city Is our physician orders and charge
I "
I l' enough corn to c "Room enough for your dwarf, responded The' Way We We 'Want you to deal II" "' u*
lunch
;.,..0make S quarts of poppeJ Sara Ollinger of Mobile is the and refreshment Neweii-"tbe fellow whom you but not unless are satisfied! nit

. i, corn. Order one and try guest ol her cousins. the Miss.es Fer 'parlor The menu comprises seQt with the note to Mr. RoversL He pp you will! get here you the best ami') Puresl:
,
f., r;!c.> ..u. I guson. the ,best soups, sal read it, of course as soon as he was Fix..a Shirt Front any druggist can supply.IIOOTON'S .
ads cold hot out of your sight snd'th"a curacyor
'! meats
i I Miss PHARMACY
Vergie Merme of Virginia *
statement scared him blue. He
your
J Shoals is to arrive steaks that: are tender. '
expected tonightto
.
; i iI 1 ham and the coachman and Michael Saar is the way you want it The Birthplaceof Prompt DeliveryPhone
remain for the Carnival to the and juicy. ietes, raw fixed. We
can It
polish
After talk with 1100.
skipped
together. my
great pleasure of her frlsea's' and rel
stewed and fried, 'With like
up a Piece; of
. stives among whom she will visit you'I notified the sleuths at the railroad plate
Sol Cahn & CO.The "turn about." the finest tea, coffee, mllK! stations, and we caught the. men 'with glass, or give that band.
and chocolate to some dull domestic fin. .
-+- bq g .had the goods on them,* as yap perceive ish. Tell us what ,
As usual the babblers are overdoing in, the south. "A.nd'my note?" she breathed. passIng ,want. you

. : Pure Food Store, their patroitic role in their jubilations ,, him as Rovers was bending over
,
over Miss Roosevelt's choice of -
the Jewel
case.
an American husband. If the matchis -' "I'm, sorry, bnt I lost it" be said and, The Star Steam : I'
Southwest Corner Palafox and InteiUendathe It
as seems to be. as truly for love
deftly put it into her hand.
and mutual esteem as the practicalities -
I of constant association demand Kandy Kitchen Cafe She crashed the shE.'f'tor paper with Laundry. '

. Phones t 480 the. probabilities are that Miss Roosevelt nervous fingers and turning, gave th.

would have decided In favor of 104 S.palafox.fhO1C: 999 detective,such a look of gratitude. that 17 E. arden St. Phon. 114. The Dreamer-Ah I Faith wtU wcavimountains.
any other nation that produced) the he, blushed for the first time in some ., Peruacola. Fla. : "
:_. ____ right -nan. That Is to be a true Amer. years. Th! Schemer-T... but th.' owner oC: t ftoucna Cut Nn DL KWK.Knsii! .Aa
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LESLIE E. ,BROOKSREAL HOW TO'
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BEACH HAVEN& HOOTON
ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD & WATSON


RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY MAKE MONEY Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Co.


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

"Invest where it
The greatest financial .
authorities admit that there U $800.00for

Investment no Investment In this as safe country'as Teal 13 more ajsjgj-y will grow while List of Desirable' Property for Sale

four lots
waterfrontBEACH on North Hill. A bargain -
A
at this figure. 'you sleep." desirable piece'or property on Palafox street; a splendid

investment; must go at once..... .... .... .... .... ..$10,000.00,
$1500.00 Buy lots. houses business proper Seven dwellings and a dwelling and store building. with very

HAVEN[LOTS I will buy .90 by 125 feet with :Chouses S ties or any good piece of real restate.S near ,half a 'block of ground. situated on a very desirable corner
near business
renting for $216.00 per year. This S ,* district; a splendid investment.$6300.03)

I will net Dare than 10 per cent. Bet- Hundreds are fast making money very desirable quarter of block on North Hill, convenient to

at $35. ter Inves lgate. READING OUR LISTof out of real estate investments and you street car line.. .. .. .... ....... .... .... .... .. .. ... .$5600.00
can do the same ,by investigating our One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill. front-

'. $4500.00for properties on our books Is like the properties. lug..south, near car line, on corner. 100 by 150. for a few days $3700.00!
.
With' the big, improvements that to a piece of property 70 beginning of one of Washington's cam- Desirable two story new dwelling on coiner with four lots on
are be this by 150
year and car line guaranteed I in the near future in- block from Palafox renting for $540 one paigns. He looked over the map. We haye personal knowledge of North' H1J1] ., .. .. .. .. .. .... .t .... ,.. .. ... ..$3700.OQ
vestment In these lots will prove a veritable per year. from It decided what place he wanted,: many who have let opportunities slip! Two ,story dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street;
bonanza.
S 100 Per Cent Profit and then set out to capture it. I t i by and afterwards see the "other fel- good: :neighborhood.. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .... .$3250.00 '
.' YOU CAN DO BETTER. i I low" double: his money. Comfortable one story dwelling! on OeVilliers street near
to be '
made in vacant lots', East or Read our list, pick out the place you Garden street, with large lot...... .... ;, ... .... .... .. .$3250.00

Wen Ends at want, and then come here and get, It There vas never a more favorable rwent1-five'lots on.North Palafox and Baylen streets, splendid -

f Pensacola Investment $1.00 Cash and 50 cents, per Week. without any trouble. Prices and time to buy and to make money than investment, for'a few days only..' .. *.% .? ?.- ,; .. .. ...$3275.00
Company terms will not bother you If ypu act now,and in Pensacola property. Wbeth. The.north half of block 67, New City Tract:; 10 lots 40 'by 137
!204% S. Palafox SU Fsher! B lldlng. under our advice. er you are In the city or out, you can feet six inches each; one block from electric car line and on

A. II. D'ALCMBCRTE City Manager. rely on what we tell you. I I Havana. Square.,. .. .. .. ...... ..;. ._.. .... .. .. ....$2000.00
M DavidHyerCompany S's Two story dwelling at No. 1005() North Davis street with large

W. JL KNOWLES, FresldeaL R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. For SaleFOR If any of the following appeal ,to lot. .. ....., .. ....,......... ....... ........ ....$2000.00Six
J. E. ST1LLMAN, V.-Pres. and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES flyER, Treasurer. Agents New York you come anj see, write or telephone room, story and a half dwelling with two acres.ot ground

-SALE-Second hand bicycle for Life Insurance Company. us; no trouble to' answer questions, In western 'suburbs: .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ._. .. .. ..$1200.00
Rae Estate loans. General Investments. sale cheap. ;Apply 36 S. Palafox 8 E. Government Street nor to show property. Two desirable/ building lots on East Jackson street 80 by 132 .

215 South St. 21feblt. Phone 7CO. Pensacola!' Fla. S S feet six inches fronting south convenient to car line...... ..$ 575.00

Palafox Street-, Pensacola_ Florida. FOR SALE Two good combination Beautiful residence on North Hill, Two;story dwelling East D Leon street with large let..$ 850.00 4.

___ ____l horses: and two good mules. Will not so very large, but sufficient for Comfortable! one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620! .

-- -- sell together or separately. Apply to D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. small family elegantly furnished North Coyle street. .. .. ...?..... .... .... .... .... ......$ 800.00
-- E. G. S well. 403 'N. Reus phone 614 hard wood floors all conveniences. Two cottages on West Zarragossa street. splendid renting property ,

MOVER'S GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET ISfeblwFOR .. ...... .... .. .... ....$5000.00 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...'... .... .... .... ,..., ....$1250.00
Corner Government and Alcaniz Streets. Phone 718. REAL ESTATE, * Money to- loan In amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per cent.

VO.tern and Native Meats of the finest quality. Everything that Is SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock Small cottage No. 513 N. .6th avenue ,Interest.. *

kept in a first-class market. cockerels! ready for yard $1.50 to I RENTS AND LOANS. Just the place for a railroad man, with Those having property, desiring to sell same would find It to theradventag&toplac&anme !

X(> pounds Granulated Sugar. $$1.00. :20:! pounds of Nice Clean Rice $3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrs. small family; cash .. .. .. ..$650( in our hands as we have disposed of about

JJOD J / Fancy Country Syrup, 35c per gallon. Honey ,In the comb or Ex- Lizzie B.* Hughes Chip'ey! .f la.14feblm I We have the following special bar.. ," S $300OOQ'worth Id the past 60 days. If you have funds to loan consultus.

tra of Honey. Give me a call. I will show you how to save money gains in very desirable real estate for I Iii % of block fronting on Bayou Texar If you desire'an agent to collect your rents; or want fire Insurance -

A. McD. MOYER. Phone' 718. TYPEWRITERS-- : keep on hand for few ,days only. 1 i also near car. line; you will see this ; or if you want to buy a piece of property and don't know wno

-- -- sale The Fox, Underwood, Smith SPECIAL _BARGAINS. I I property worth- .$5000.; price.., .$2500 owns: same, consult us.HOOTON.
Premier *
HELP WANTED and Blickensderfer Typewrit 2 lots In block'170. New 80x1371 I
Wanted City home and lot'on
_.' ers. Sold on easy terms or rented. Elegant large East ,
:AH makes of machines cleaned and feet: on car lipe.400.o& Hill. .. .. .... .. .. :.....$ 500 & WATSON
)IAN: WVXTED-to manage and work WANTED-500 couples to attend the repaired. Work guaranteed. 3 lots. corner 16th ave. and Gads i: ,
Phone den street .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00 i! PHONE 54 34 SOUTH PALAFOX
Will two balls STREET.
farm. pay wages or work on February 26 and 27 at C. 330. F. B. Bruce, 28 East. Govern Comfortable 6 room cottage; on carline
6 mIles from Oakfield. K. of A. 5 lots fronting Toledo .square In New ,
siurvs city at hall. Barrio's Orchestra. ment. best section of East Hill cor
14feblm City. :. ..: .. :. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00 ,
CHI IS E Garden St.. city. 20feblw* 20feblw. ner.. .. .. .. .. _... .......$1750
: FOR SALE.-10 room bouse. corner One.5-room house. with bath and .
\\ vNTED-Lady of gentleman of fair 'V'ANTED-A young fat mal&dijy. lot 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x sewer connection gas In every room; -

'duration to travel for firm of $250.- Apply at Fisher Real Estate .:Agency. 192 on car line. 'For particulars inquire nice neighborhood. If taken at 4 room house. No. 701 W., 'Wright $1,650 Board and Rooms. ,

COt) capital. Salary $1,072 per year. 20feb. Standard. Clothing Co. 9janFORSALE.Improved snce, .., .. .. ... .,.:.. ,. ..$1.450.00 SL, suitable for railrpad man.' ...$900,
payableweekly.. Expenses advanced. 6 houses in block 17, West King S S S S FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished

Wdress G eo. G. Cl ws, 'Pensacolaa WANTED-First class sawmill man, and unimproved Tract; renting'$30.00 per month. Will Two lots and 4 room,_lioiisnwest Buys a .nice home on East Nill corner rooms at Pf Stone's residence> 17 N. J
competent to construct property In all parts of the city.J. of .. $2600.00All King Tract good for colored Palafox St.
> : 20feb2t operateand lend $2,000.00 !necessary family :12th street,and 8th. avenue. Easy ISfeblw* 1
manage small mill. Is open for A; Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents of these propositions are bar- .t.. ..:. .......$500 terms. W1ANTED
'WANTED-Mass -A few
attendant aboardhe Room 7. Salisbury building. boarders at 212
Phone W.
position hither as partner or .cut by ,gains aad .will be held open for ,a few S
Gregory.
: U. S. S. Vixen. Apply on board New house good
172. neigh-
chip; 20feblwV the thousand. Address P. O. Box ; 23Jan cays only. 'Five lots (corner) 6. room house $1200 borhood and on car line. l6feblnsSNICE :
319 city. 20feblwWANTED FOR SALE.-If you have $8,000.to In-!I llent.warehOus location on nicely papered near Judge Avery's on

\ \\TED-A good! cook at once. Ap-- vest in a saw mill proposition worth railroad track very cheap. North Hill bargain In this.. ..$2750 FURNISHED front room, south.
l Ii i\ _:2: EL Garden. ISfeblw* -A man with a few thou- $10,000. write Lock Box 26, DeFuniak Good 8 per cent mortgages on hand. *; For'five room cottage and bath directly era exposure; 'half block from Pala-
sand dollars to Invest, in a special. Best kind of Inv< \\NTED-500 ty Im3 of Springs, Fla. This will stand tho, 6 room new house, corner 10th ave ,
men; $4.00 dally per. lumber manufactories. Address Property In all parts; of city, vacant Five lots corner 8th and 15th avenues
closest investigation and the first man and 23rd street, with 5 lots.. ..$1900 FOR RENT--One nicely furnished
manent-pass circulars tack signs L._care Journal. 18feblw, or Improved wanted and for sale. % block from car line.$950.One .
with tne gets It. No time to room at 24 West Romana
money < St.
- no canvassing. Continental Diaributms S whofe block on West Hill $550. phone
: Co., Chicago. ISfeblw WANTED-Party with a few hundred waste with agents or triflers. 24Jan 5' 30 S. Par fox'St. 'Desirable 2 story residence on North 548. ISfeblw**
dollars wishes to Phone 234..
purchase an inter FOR SALE.-One choice block .$3500 Two furnished for
.on top rooms rent. ApPly -
WTEnGood Address
bookkeeper esL in
No 44, care Journal. Only: Address pajin'g Investment business of Journal.any kind. of the ridge, east of the electric S.S. C. R. YAEGER 17 N. Palafox Igfeblw

.need 13feb i care. railway, between 7th and 8th streets. 17 lots North R. R. Street 'good FOR RENT" One .
good man anpl 16feb.. : S 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 686. large and nicely furnished
,
Nautre has favored this section and It FOR 'SALE'Eeach' money in these.* ,.$1250 room for rent. Apply 309 W..
\\ ANTED-Three short goods solici :
-ANTED-We -want your orders for cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Romana St.
16feblw
tors. Solomon Furniture Co. Sfeb Haven th" ,coming suburb of
- 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 orl. FOR SALE---lIouse at Goulding on A word to those who have proper. :
"
MiscellaneousHACK
for branch ginal designs to select from. Pensacola. Extensive Improvements ty for .sale. We offer the THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for
WANTED-Manager office All hard road, 4 rooms. ,t>ath and kitca- :you very I
wp'wish to locate here In Pensacola: prices. J.1a'es Printing Co, Pensacola. en; nice' stable. Strictly 'c sh. M. .to be made this year; street car line best service and guarantee satisfac rent, suitable for light housekeep

Vddresa. with references. The Mor- 16feb. S. Borras, Standard Oil Co.'s office, guaranteed in-thejaear future. $35.00 tion prompt settlements quick sales No 12-Always ready with good 10 ing. Apply5Ol- Chase. ISfefr

ri> Wholesale House Cincinnati, Ohio. Pe sacoia-Fla.: J SOjanlm for beautiful t waterfront' lots. This .,small profits. reliable driver 0. H.. Taylor pro NICELY FURNISHED fronTroom for
WANTED-Tojease ,* :price 'for a short fitas onlyr For fur prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's; Exchange -: with
feblm o bny a five or I rent or without board. Applyat
FOR SALE OR RENT- -60( ; farm ther particulars call on or write to *
six roomy acre ; : ,Phone 185. 20feblm
cottage. Price and terms :Money to loan on r estate. and< I 401 W. Chase. 9feb2! *
,
must 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO.
be reasonable. Address -
Good< ,. property insured: In some of the best !
Tenant room house all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 '1 -S NOTICE offer my services ; sur TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and lOt;
Journal.,
care IGfeb
.. WANTED story barn, good water, mailbox' on : 'a. fire Insurance companies the world. veyor locating homesteads for' the'I N. Spring St. Good location. Special

WANTED.':-'The. public to know that the: land. Address "Farm," card For'Sa-/e- people of western counties of Florida., rates to parties or clubs. Apply

WAN'TED-.Position as day or nP, ht'wal'n1l1m. I I old newspapers ,can be bought at Journal. ISfeblw* .. T a If you have Idle money bringing Address W. J. Stevens, Surveyor Flo- Mrs. W. J.: Williams :222! N. Spring St.
: First class references.Address small interest, let us place it in first 3ujanlm*
this office for five cents bundle. IGfeblm
B. care Journal. 20feblw all a They I FOR SALE-For a few days. only, ,2 ,NORMANS PILLS.-Just received mortgages at 7 and 8 per cent. rala Ala. ,
clean nice.
are and I
lots opposite the Hagerman resi-' 55,600''CompounlJ Cathartic. For PLEASANTLY situated rooms to rent

:\\\TED-To; loan money on your I deuce New, City, 62500. Fine. loca sale at The Alligator and West End YIAVI-The patrons of the "V avI i.Apply__' at 111 W.__Chase .St. 8feh2w
personal property and household WANTED.-Electric work of ah kind. : B.. F, Saloons. ICnovlm Treatment" are cordially Invited to '
tion for home. Apply Wolfe.
a L S. BROWN & CO. FOR RENT-Furnished
goods. Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jef- Let us clean your fans. repair your ''Citizen's Bank. .ISfefclro call at Hotel l Southern Mondays and rooms for
fer6on and Zarragossa Sts.Meblm dynamo. tlj jour wlrin etc. Paona FOR SALE'-First class grocery stOre' "Makys from 2 to o 'p. m., 'where they rent with or without board. No

570. Pensacola Electric Co.. 2S5 S. FOR SALE OR RENT-New .store and meat market in connection:fixtures Theisen Building. can meet the representative, Mrs. H light housekeeping. Apply 310 West

I Baj Icn. S and dw ling in good locality on etc.' Reason for selling .leaving p. Booth. Phone 1027. llfeblm 'Gregory. Jan21-lmo

COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressing East Hill Good business. Apply the city., Address P. 0, Box 697. "WE SELL[ LOTS" NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for renL
an>l *'leaning Club. 118 N. Palafox SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT.I 1021 N. 9th ave. ISfeblw 7feb. I and repair pianos'and or' Newly furnished, clean
8' Mrs T. J. Davis Prop. Your } _ I will tune and nice,
pat. -
ED-Highest price paid for gent'sclothing
-'- ------- and .do first
as anyone postoffice. Apply at 128
cheap near
ronage solicited satisfaction FOR SALE-Go-Cart in good con ; Also sell
guaranteed only. secondhand class work only. My phone is 802-:2 Government street.AIrs. B. M. :
'Mother and father Trainer. '
:: Careful attention given ladies' goods. No. 9 E. Intendencia. tlon. Cheap. Apply at 907 N.A1 puppies. imported For Sale.FOR attended to. '
garment Phone 1222. Sfeb caniz. LSfeblw* from' BiNjoa. Spain. ,Apply to Pons rings. Orders promptly. 7janlm. .

POSITION WANTED.-Tha Merchants TransferCo. Barber Shop, or to 422 E. GovernmentSt. SALE-Choice lots on East Hill .r. Conrad Scott. Old newspapers at five cents a bundle
WA.-rED-By competent SALE-BeautifUl block In. New
wants moving 'and! hauling. FOR 17-f eblw at this office. They are all clean
your for'sal Price reasonable. Ad.
bookkeeper either as bookkeeper, City. Tract No. 312. For,cash $60:). SHIP CHANDLERS McKinzie Oert-
clerk or collector. Have had six All breakage Prop. Phone guaranteed.97S. T.ISJunelax B. Thor. Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Holl8 HORSES AND MULES-McMillan &i I dress Lots, care Journal. 20feblw Ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship and nice. S

years exocr.ence. Can give good ref een. laug Turton 1-ave: just recetved a car chandlers and grocers, only first-class BAY I1tTEL.-Open night and day, '

r:enrf. Address A.. care Journal. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New GREAT- LINDSAY LIGHT.Burns load of horses and mules from Tennessee FOR .SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs house of kind in city. Fair. prices to all. European plan. Rooms light and I
34 feb tWANTfltYo,* tick furnished if desired. All donein THE and the latter can be seen at sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out clean. Transient trade solicited.
--- less gas and gives you more light: West [fntendencla St. of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore. 58544. will make 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. !
; good order on short notica. Leave than Pou's stables on Corno Hen .Feed your Nlcolau
for lass money any lamp yet with
All guaranteed registrations
Peed to use Corno Hen orders at' Green & Watson Phone made. Try it anrf se for your self, lOfeb Carl Setterlind and hens lay, and keep them in a healthy Prop. .
This makes hens pedegrees. Chipley,
your lay
the
it. For sale by
193. 4feblm condition. Try
*. Call 380
fre up and ask
and fattens tnera. Try it. For sale S Booklets FOR SALE-The Lewis 'Bear Co. are Fla. 26nov. 7fe!
j>, The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb WANTED-To loan money on your about them. 28 East Government agents for the famous Corno Hen Lewis Bear Co. FOR RENT
street. F. B. Bruce. febll-lm FOR SALE-3 acres land: on Town
WAN'TED watches, Jewelry and personal ef- Feed. 'Finest thing in the world to!II NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible -
-Everybody in Pensacolato fects. Highest cash price for old gold FOR SALE-7-room house at Gould:I I make hens lay.. Keeps 'em In good, Point, opposite city,near. marine ways. for debts contracted by FOR RENT-Two 3-room houses\ on

know that the Y. M. C. A. buildIng and silver.! Llghtraan & 'KleIn 106 E. in'g. Apply to F. L. Askergren I'condition too. ':feb. $300 cash; deep water frontage. Ad. the captains of the schooners Kate, East Main St. Apply at 438 or 431
was built of brick made by tb.3 I I dress Land. care Journal. lOfeb
1121.Money Goulding. Fla. 28janlm Alabama or Sallie Guy. H. Jer- East :Main St. ISfeblw*
Phone
I'nacuia Brick Co., and. they are prepared wright. FOR SALE CHEAP AT WARRING- I Fay
Fla. 3feblm
SALE--Nlce. clean old newspa.'i I Nice clean : nigan owner, Portland. FOR RE Desirable
to furnish )'00. J. S. Walton, FOR 'i TON.-one four room house with FOR SALE- newspapers two-s4ory resi-
J16r- at bye cents a bundle. This of. I sale. Only 5c a bundle. dence. No. 208 West Gadsden St.
6feb to Loan. pers front and back gallery; only one year for They This Is U certify; that the Ferry I '
> Wm. D. Howe. 401 Thleaen Bldg. .
wrapping 18fefr.
flee. paper and
old.. Apply to G. R. Wilkins. make good are
iTATTRESSES made to order;. old --- .' f to put under Pass Inspectors and Shippers Association -
mattrpsses renovated and new tick LONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows AUTOMOBILES.: am agent for the 8feb2w" Just ,the thing matting. are not responsible for the! FOR RENT-Two story residence
furnished Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos of their Inspection with all modern conveniences
Jno. Pope receipts corner
if desired. Ring phone 771or money from A. Hall & FOR SALE.-South half block 211 FOR SALE QUICK-100 high back following boom
call Government from $500.00 up. They cost less than Receipt No 1347 of G. D.I Spring and Strong Sts. Apply C.
at IH E. Belmont St 2teblmNTED.ieai Co., 16 E. street. Whenin fronting 400 feet on 13th street by cane bottom chairs. Will sell all :
horses to keep up. They c&n be run No. 1348 of Feagin: IL Tyirner. 9feb.)
need, call on us, dfeblm Robbins; receipt !
W for-sale 107% feet:! on Bay lew Park; also or portion of them cheap. Jos. Roth, '
Estate or In sand or anywhere a horse can go. and Hass-ell receipt No. 1295 of Chas. '
south half of block 212. fronting 400 and Government Sts. ; FOR RENT.-Elegant story 8-rooin '
rent, leas, I Tarragonna
exchange. Your business Brooks.
? or MONEY LOANED onall kinds; of per. LeslIe E. Snow dens. Ferry Pass Inspectors
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil sonal property .on short notice. feet on 14Li? St., by 137% feet on Bay lOfeb. Shippers Association. by J. T. cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply '
ton Real JUST RECEIVED-Larse snipme of View Park. The only property adjoin and to Walter: Ingraham at Star Laun
Estate Jan281ni
Agent 22& W. Government Terms easy. J., B. Gray & 'Co., 2V.. Harper, Pres!
btreet. Room 7. SaUsbaoidin Phone .1165. Ifeb i Imported Olive Oil. Retail by pin. ing Bay'' View Park-that: is now forsa'e. FOR SALE-Two or three wagons. dry. 25Jaq
:. Phone Romana. gallon or larger quantity. G Morasso The beautiful view down the drays and. borses'cheap, if taken Alice ; '
172. Mrs. W. Her.
23JanANTEDAII DRESSMAKING- FOR REXT.-Elegant two story stow
.. '
- On real Co ship chandlers antf 7C1 the bay can never'be within few .days.: Phone 614 or
---- -- -- -- MONEY TO LOAN estate or & grocers. bayou and down apply '
-- first-class dress-. Star
a Laundry !
\\ opened in new buIlding
room
has
kinds of electrical other sufficient security by appl,. South Palafox. 4oct obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. SOjly : at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. man lOG EJ
ork I sell all kinds of electrical making sbop at her residence, E. Garden street Apply Walker In- ,

baTteries' anj other electrical Ing Romana.to Thos.up Pebley stairs. cor. Palafox ITnov-gr.and Intend ncla. Ladies Invited to call f' graham Star Laundry ___ 22dec. i

when you need me ring 345 .... Ijan3w iil. BINGHAM has storage room for '
E: vPeake, new Star su"pues.1 MONEY TO LE D-qQ good real estate ; rf.nt. suitable for furniture: or other

! 5. Garden. security,. or, on soot collateral. I:OIIN FLO. Boot and Sho maker. goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona

''at lowest rates. _I.4eIUQ.l';. ,Lrooas. Fine custom work to. order; st. Phone 630 30nov .
WAXTEPositlon man of wanted by young Fisher building. 21jan! Some Attractive Real Estate Offerings tog; material and workmanship repair-I' .
ability and temperate habits. anted. Please give me a -
all kinds
LOANED on of
J'f:11l1ar MONEY personal :
with grocery business;'would Gavernment street. Phone 1086.
E. :
.on short notice. I LOST
prppt position as shipping clerk, but property. W. Bullard. 2 lots CO ft. ,front on the southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets very select neighborhood -. '27janlmCUT I
J. upstair
'oulj, consider any offer of clerkship i Terms easy. St. Phone 1144Snor. ._ .. .... '.. ....' .. .t' ..;... .. .. .. .. ._ .. .. .. .......... .... ..,. ., .... ... .$1500.00 I
Palafox 5
tiltUrt> Would require week's notice 28.% South S 6 lots on the west sIde' of N.: Palafox St.. between Lee and Bount streets ((400() per lot).. ........$2400.00 FLOWER3-tdTs promptly LOST-Fur collar at or near opera "

'si am already employed. Address,I '- Building lots on 'west side of N. Reus Street between DoSoto and Strong. ;. .. ". . ..$450.00 filled for roses,. carnations flowers house Monday night during performance :,

::!'"rk:' this office. IQfeblOt* UNLIMITED amount 01 money to loan 54 1-3 ft. on West Romana. street t at the foot of Sprin's St., improvements. on property, -renting for $13.00 and deslir of all! kinds. Miss Berths of "Fantasma." Return to

1r.\XTED.-A. It Bingham wants on all ''kinds of personal property. per month.. .. .. .. \-. .,, .. ...;....,., ... ...., ... ....... ... ....s... ..- .. ., .... !... ...4000.00 !Smith. 616 N Barcelona.: Phone 651. j{I Journal*office and receive reward.
Tour moving and Special rates to business men on large 40 ft. by 170 ft. deep on East Rom na St., next to Bass & Co., a good investment *. .. .. ..$400000 21feb3t -
hauling.
He a&l1t'S 'S
all breakage. Phone 630.I leans. The New,York Loan Co.,..2044 5 lots on the South East cOrner of Spring and Lee streets;. a splendid bnlldlng site.$2500.00 f TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. LOST-Dark red cow short and heavy
,
South Palafox. We make a special offer: of 7-room apd hall house on the southwest corner of 16th! street and 18th avenue I Gents clothing cleaned pressed and :! with white spats. Left horn broken

CANTED-To buy old gold and silej .,. with ;5) lots. This is an Ideal surburban home', fruit trees. stables windmill and tl-.nk. water throughout repaired on short ,'notice. No. lll I i I i off. Branded: I). B Reward for rei -
-. broken up stuff regardless; of u -------T- --o.-. house everything convenient' ap4 new, not far! frcm car line. The house and improvements could: not be I West Government 'St., Pehsacola, Fla.I i turn to 1 i W.. Intendencia.

"IZ"' Cash paid. Ligfltman & Klein STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE duplicated for the price....,...., .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .... ........ ...;? ..'. .... .. ...$2500.00 Idee. ., j! 20feblw ,
1'6 o Wright\ Phone 1127.KERSgetKauffmkn'a. 1 50C East Jackson street two story 8 roctn and hall house bath. gas a delightful home. and good neigh ". "- ,. ,

', .' 'C -7FflITZ' J. M. borhood. lot 93 ft. by 150........ .. ...., ,_ .. .: .. ..' .. '.. ......._.... ,;.:.... .1._ ._.. ....... -$350003 THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO' LOST about-Black one month femal old.setter Reward pup-i tol .

for prices STEAMER and A five room and kitchen cottage 'on Little Bajou: fronting on the water; lot 100 ft. by 140 ft. deep, barn. wholesale and retail manufacturersand return to G. li. McGIU, 706 EL Jack-.
Cal developing and finishl g. Bast Rogers. ,master. Passengers! and 18 bearing fruit trees, 80 ft. wharf running out Into the water. The hQuse has been newly pa'nted and dialers: In cotten Imattrelises anl ISfeblw
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Pensacolaand St.
f'alafoL cheapest in city. Roma a .and Freight.. service_ between papered and wood ,work grainelon_ inside, house sits on bluff about 20 ft high small sail! boat and row boat bed spring Second hand .furniture son -

SOjanlm : Fraeport. Fla., At Bayjen street go with house, near car line. This' place la very cheap at.. .. .. ...u. .... .. .. .... .. .... ..$1500.00 bought and sold. Upholstering and-r LOST-Pointer bitch: brown head:
JOB PRINTING_ wharf, Weineeclay: ? and, Saturdays. 3 lots on Strong street between 10th and .11th avenues. This property is'very cheap at. .. .. $650.03 pairing a BpecfaUy114: E. Belmont with waite blaze Brown soot on i
of all kinds ,wanted desiring to see .
by the Ma Tourists and others MONEY at the lowest market rates o Interest on Improved or vacant city property.! St., city. Phone 771. C. 'T. DaK<< shoulder and one on body. Byline3 .
>es Printing Co., 24 W. places of Ipterest on ,ChoctawhatchieBay white. Reward for return to H. A.BrOfinaham. -
Government.test0 Phone 181., Only. the and Santa Rosa '$ound should Mgr. 17Ja lrs 608 N. Spring St. 15feb : -
work ldeoTED.lIaulIng Special rates for par The Fisher Real Estate
make this trip. Agency
W more. For rates or J. H. PORTER sallmak'er. 71C South ; LOST=-A patltion containing number
and transfer ties of ten or street. Order Uken for' of signatures'of value to no'one but,
WOrk, Information apply on board or Phone 87. 2OB Palafox ? ,I
Offlce phone 363 residenCe other South' Palaf x:
; : stoqisand house Reward:: for return to Journal
atfnings. camp << owner.
hoI.\t Fla.27Janlm tents : _
390. S2 Pensacola. .
Acoata &; White 2228 N. address P. O..,Bcx prices reasonable I: office "S i. '
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THE PE'N"-AC-oLA. JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MO'R-NJ., FgaURY
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MARDI GRAS EDITION: : I 66 Life' Insurance


: [ FOR NEXT. SUNDAY I : _

r' "RagTime ., JS A |OftTOF: FIRST MORTGAGE ON PEACE OF

I WIND, DJT| PAYS INTEREST IN SLEEP.- BUT

ttsi'JessMall in Pensacola Will .

: COMES SOONER OR LATER Every o/djoe" I I Be SU're-.lt's'. in The Equitable.


,. I. TOALLCLOTHESALIKE.TO I Want to Be .Represented in Next .. MOBILE' ALABAMA.MARKETS. !- .

: OUR HART, SCHAFFNER \ whiskey Insurance; Gen'I Agts
Knowles Bros

. MARX" CLOTHES M'UCH', I Sunday's ournaI. ,I I ,Fire, Lie.! ., Pensa ola

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LATER. (Next Sundays: Journal Is gong! to which to present their inducements themcaniIq ( -

: ABOUT NOW IT COMES be a .decidedly{ .attractive. edition. the : for trade. of -- 4 4I'
intention feeing tom.lke- it especially r Advertisers generally will ,desire to solidcomfort Naval Stores. f f t nxgx ;::s:. '
TO TROUSERS GENERALLY ,be represent<< in this.edition. It will Savannah; Ga., Feb.' 20.-The naval ,
interesting to' Mardi Gras ,isit rs. I i have the widest possible _circulation, of knowingthat stores market closed today as follows: :: p NeAOOLA& I
THE' I is the satisfaction!
I POSSIBLY TO ENJOY The Sunday Journal is always a and the probabilities now are that I it: getting thebestthat's .WW .. .. ... ., S. .6 20WO' Iron Works Supply
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MUSIC, BUT NOBODY'WANTS big) paer'ahtl a' popular one, but the I will be the largest edition 'ever prnt.! ,I you're always a whiskey :. ./ .- -.C 10; : and Co.

_ 4 Mardi Gras Edition will 'fee one which I ed by The Journal. "old joe. 'N.; :: .. .' 5 90M .
l. ; Manufooturers and Repairers of
-RAG TiME" IN THE ever)'' reader tvlll_ want to sea the-first i Copy for advertising in next,"'Sun-1 most everybody prefers, .' .5 45K j

. thing Sunjay morning and. which the I day's paper should be: in not 'later! because it's always uniform .520I. MACHINERY AND BOILERS 3
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: CLOTHES SENSE. hundreds of visitors to' Pensacola than Thursday: In order to insure in. MILL AND STEAMSHIP S
\\1111 I pure-fine. and, ah that .. ..,.455H FORGINGS, SUPPLIES
WE NOTE THE DILEMNA_ be eager to get. I i sertion. as copy which is received: delicious flavor! '.< 25 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY;

Pensaco'a! business men who are I I later than that cannot be, guaranteed G.- :,.' .. 4 10 Prompt attention given to all ordersday-or-nighL: Agent
,.,AND PROVIDE SERVICEABLE desirous of securing new'patrons from ,I to appear. Early 'copy also gives'TheJournals full measure convenient package f p *..- ..3 70 to 3 72fc for James,McB>v & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs &lao $
the throng, of people who,are expected ad. compositors an opportunity 1 moderate price-sold everywhere i E .'.- -.3 70 Cb lM'of'all descriptions. '
: ALL-WOOL TROUSER&BLACK frOM *Wet Flonla and Southern I to make, a more attractive advertisement *" ..365to370 Ph. 123. PHil, WITTMAN
. D .. .. .. .. .... .. Office ni Mgr fiRvaldence
: AND STRIPE FOR $3.50. $4.00 Alabama will find The Journal an than can be done wherelthe ) "b & b'" atlanta i C .. .. .'. .. .. .. .363to370 P'Ione 1029. P. O. Box 121 especially! Valuable l medium throughREAL. work has to 'be'rushed. '
Trpentine69ce5. s:. I'
I -n J JIREV. Spirits tt3XKKnxtmaaatstt3a8txnxAUSLEY % %:,"
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: ; AND UP TO $6.50. PERFECT ,
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. FIT GUARANTEED. I ,Pensacola: -! Cottn.M? ket. - ---- ------,

t DaD ............... .......................t..t
L STATE[ REINHABDT Morris beisse C. Gunter Elmore, F. O. B. cotton : .
broker gives the following quotationsfor
.: (Formerly of Dannhelaser Bros.). February 20:
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine Good Milling .10g' 1 6 COMPANY !

: The John White\ Store Wines. Beer and Tobacco. Strict Middling. .. .... .. .. ..10 VtMiddling ,
TRANSFERS lEAVE
MAY
.10%
Old .' .
: Speclallfl In Men' Wear Hickory Whiskey My,Specialty Strict Low. Middling.. '.. .. .. ..974 : COMMISSION BROKERS

12 W. Zarragossa Street Low Middling.' 9"i i
205-207 S. Palafox Street. PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.SHIPPINGNEWS. Stains and tinges % to 1 cent lower. i I'a

. Phone 225. ,Following Is a 'Ijst of the deeds recorded HERE i 11 WEST 1NTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !
n '.;'riaf reported ny The AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS.

Pensacola :Abstract C*>: Liverpool, -Cotton"Market.: .

- -- W w. Yarn,:P.,a Dawklns and J. E. Close Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDSi i

-- Yarn to F'; 'M. Phillipsand W: T. :an..Feb....................................6.65 I ,, .
Ernest. \\'%. ,EU of E of E%, N\V Feb..Mar',..5.05 ,
14 of IEi4 .and SW',J,of 8")%. Sec. Church .[Leaves it to.His.Own" DIscretion 1.fai--Aprll.................................5.118 1 1i.
5'1 I .*..... .
T :2. N R, 32 W, 560 acresV1j of April M j .....t.. 5 9

4 T 2, N R 32 W.:. 320 acres all fractional -I! as to Going to .Arrived .Jue-J.Iy-May-Jan..:.................-.................1.1.5.72 -- ,
Sec 6 T.N R 32 W.. 381 acres, Slledre'-ht Dutcl 1j.6S., Vessen J951, ... and,Sold on or for Investment.
'Jnl".4niU1' 670 Bought Margin
all fractional Sec. 7 T 2 N R 32 W..1 I . New Orleans.-, Galveston.'Fugela Angut.S.pUmber._..5.72 I :

75 acres. aU'fra'cHonal S>c. 8. T 2 N Br ss, Lacock. 2148. Vera September-October .......8.W '
R 32 W.. 321.50 acres,. all fractonal Cruz. Ootober-Norerober ...... ......56fl t Reference: First National Peoples Banks Phone 1173 t i
""Sc 9, T :2 N R 32 W 568 acres. all I Although It will" be greatly regrettedif Cleared. November-December ._......... ..5,64
of Sec. 19 T. 3 N R 32 W 639.85 acres he'should so decide, It is possible : Der.ember-JAIIU&1'7 .......... ..............................................t.

N; of 'NWiJ, SWiJ of NWU andS I that Rev..J..F. W. Remhardt.. lh 'ppp- Gracia. Span ss, Ruiz, 2122 for Ba- Liverpool 's,8.83 4
ular pastor of the German Lutheran celona. with 1,100 bales cot. : -- -
square U
Sec. 30 T 5 N R 32 W 440 I

, All of Sec. 31 T 3 N R'32 W 610 acr.'s'l.'!-church of. (.ail.to this city, may of,the-lmtheran after all acceptthe ton; for Liverpool *.!'th 6.130 square New 'York Cotton Market. .....................................................
Wit!! of Sec. of E'y! of EV I one bales cotton 37.500 wood handles Open High Low C OMKarch..IO.DO a
W half of Sec. 32 'T" 3 N R 32 W 480 churches in New Orleans, from- which ,6.886 pcs oak staves 121 oak logs. 10.50 10.40 1C 48 .
I congregation he hag already rec lve acres EU of E>,a of SW! and E& May. 10.68 1069 10.60 1067 MODERN HEATING AND LIGHTING AGENT :
two calls. He will leave ben
to-day for Liveroool with I
402,000 s ft sawn ,. 10.82 1089 1974 10.83:
Sec :33 T :3 N II 32 W 340 acres all I Isa
for New Orleans, where he will look timber 431.000 s ft lumber. October.1A.31 1033 1027 10.8
I Do fractional Sec. 21 T 3' X' R 33 W 18 I
?. over conditions to ascertain whether Tonlo, Ital bk. Fossino, 1022 for December.........10.33 1035 10.30 1033
acres Wi- of NE% and XW14! of SE .
or not he would like to become a res! .
Genoa with 69&.COO ft lumber. New York Spots, tic.I a
.j: frac. \V1S or lots 1..2 and 3 Sec. 22 ,- 'f s
DELIVERED FORCHAS.BLUM&CO /* dent of the Crescent, City -
T 3 N R ,i3 W 292.75 acres. NEVi S When the secon(' call came from Sailed.: I Wheat. i i iit'
u and NEH of NE 4 of.NWJ4! Sec. :23! New Orleans another vmsetinf of .the Helblngford Swed, ss. for Genoa. gAj/, 'I
Open High Low Close!
T 3 N R 33V 4S023 acres. NE- congregation of the German-Lutheran Ernesto Span. ,si: for Lherpoql. Ya-: 8J': 823 81J1 82H '.:: : 0

t of NW!%, EU of NW4.o.'W! >4 of SE church herewas called1: to'dls u s'the Gracia Soan..sst.tor'Barcelona.. July........._8!% fcl% 81J4 81H ./.
14. 'N 2 of SW 4 Sec. 24 .T 3 N R 33 matter to say whether, or not }he cou- j"I'' .' :
W 358.53 acres. All of Sec 25 T :3 gregation would give 13 consent to.hi, VESSELS PCRT.Staamsnfpa .

N R 33 W 64039 acres. NE%, Et,2 of departure.- Instead of the .entire; congregation : .. Corn.
517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST.. SE4 Sec. 26 T 3 N R 33.W 239.92acres. matter Open flieh Low Close Ask Us About It for Cooking, Heating and Lighting \
acting upon the a Dutch
Alioth Mulda
Rot. S
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ss ; 1298 May...........J3 4S){ 4' 43 -
- All fractional Sec. 27 T 3 N committee was appointed to come'toa terdam to order. i/ ,* Jul,._. ......4J, '4.1 43 .
R 33 W 258 acres. All fractional Sec. decision composed of A. Reidel, Eastlands: Br ss,. Thomas 2001, __ .
:34 T 3 N R 33 W 256 acres. All fractional -Johnnie Pfeiffer, J. Geo.. White, Sr., Tamplco. .
: :Professional Sec.35 T 3 N R 33 W 'I!and Pohlman :; New (ork Stock Market. .
Directory 254 acres. Henry' Klrkswood Br ss,7 Larson, 2095 Lon Open Close
All fractional Sec. 36 T 3 N R 33 W..I This commltta decided, to leave the don. SoutheruPsetfie............? t6 60 ; ; Pensacola Gas Company i V

THOS. PEBLEY 602.50 acres 'SE.'4 of SE% Sec. 18 T matter to the discretion of the pas Pleamoor Br ss,' Prest,.2803, Mobileto Copper.........? lU,f 11U{
. 3 N R 32 W 40 acres. Timber tui- tor., If he should find theconditions.inNew master. A. S R........., ,.. 14:% H0 < : : r
LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND pentine still eta. $43000.00. Orleans such that he would pre Secunda Bras,: Donnelson 1809.Tenerelffe Atch......... 60V4! i ; Phone 148. 24 and. 27 E. Garden Street. I,
, COLLECTIONs., fer that place to I Pensacola be will be 1.R.. 16i 163 :
'. PALAFOX AND ROMANA. of II.his S.undivided Pons to interest Edward In Sunday lot 3. blk.all,at liberty to go there. Teodora to de'The Tariniga. W.. S., Br Keyser ss,. Hudson Co. B.R T. 80}., gi .++.+.- .." ...,.-.-......-*. .............++.......++.+...+.+..:
The members of the congregation a..t 0 .- ... 110
. PHONE 559. 110-' I
, 30. Dallas Tract. $1.00 and other valuable -however and citizens in general. wil 2599. HulL si'Dustinza. art........................... '3!'. 43% -- -- --- -
considerations. Vlvlna Span! 19'83. Liv.
regret; it very much shoula'' he leav C.F.I .. f4{ 64tr. markets on this side opened 6 to 81
' E. A. Clubbs to F. F. Hingham, all this city as he- has held the pastorate erpoo'l'to Gulf Transit CG.S.Wsrmland. ;. s.- 41 41U. j "from March longs who Marine Grocery Co.
: i T G YATES M D of lots 6 and 7. block -140 New City for a long period ofears, and is Swed ss, Anderson 1473 .8.. preferred............. 108% 107 points lower t'I
.
,, Tract $400 and other valuable consid. highly estesmed all. .. Tampico to Pensacolaa. Lumber So. 8.8.-.._. 82'i S2'i were scoring new low level selling;
by .
OPTICIAN erations. i Ship L." N...._ 118 147Lead. ]. at 10:40. the rest of the list declin- 604, 606, 603, 610 S. Palafox St. (

J. N. Andrews to Mrs. M. A. Mayo,'I' Cures baby's croup, Willie's 'daily Avon. Ital ship ,vegno..1601.a.noa .. ... 84f" 8V* ing in synrpathy.We are very much Phone 725. S
306 THIESEN BUILDIGN '* 1.0 ... ........ .... ... ... i73Y 1 l33
lots 1. 2, 3, 4 and 5, block 267 New cuts and bruises mamma's.sore throat. to Rosasco Bros. Mft.-. ...... ........... 117 1 s H7 4 afraid the remainder ot the :March V. J. V1DAL, Manager.THE .
I City Trac. $325. : grandma's lameness-Dr. .Thomas' Casanova Ital bk, Avegno 1069. Can. Pac.,;...... U2Jg 1724 option to be liquidated will
H. T. CRAWFORD, Joseph'R. Conner to W. C. Dewberry Eclectic Oil-the grsat'household rem Gen Elvira a. 'Port N.T.O .. HI! 143>t enough to drive that month throughthe HOME OF GOOD THINGS TJ
NE>4 of SEH and SEVi of NE edy. ship Rodriques 14S'8, P.O:. 884 99 EAT
REAL ESTATE. Lisbon to ord r. ... ten cent mark as there_ seems to
R'D-Q.
, 1W
U. Sec.20 T 1 X R.31: W SO acres 139! Just Received:
I MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS COL $821. I aal'Jo et.F ... uo 1:914BI be no disposition whatever to acceptthe Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lull

!I LECTED. J. F. Rigsby to J. M 'Smith NW 4 'i Electrical Displays For Adele Swed bk, Janse 59$, Havana a.B........-.. I 884 Vi! : 88 23% tenders likely to be mad 50 kits ol: fancy Mackerel. ?l.. j J*

414 THIESEN BUILDING. of NE'/ Sec T 5 N R.32 W. 40 acres, Due Culginl Ital bk. .Olivari 1258 TO. L.. 1st 155Penna. The 'extraordinary prosperous condition kit. 1-

I Pensacola, Fla. Mardi Gras.Let Genoa to'order.. ...... 133 139 of the cotton trade throughoutthe 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kIt.
$800.Louis Clampa Emelia' Ital. bk, 864, Ha U.P.- 152ii 50 kits halibut fins $1.25 per kit.
Boley to Henry M. Yotfse lalJSAusley world leads to the suggestion that
vana. .T of Cod Tongues and SounJi.
: HICKS'CAPUDINE and J. Wallace Lamar. all of block the worlds greatest surprise this season 50 kits
Nor. bk Saanum
us but in your electrical display Gudny 821, Ham- kit.
I & Co's. Daily Cotton Lctter. be the which $1.25 per
115 West King Tract. $500. will (consumption
,
for Carnival. We do burg to master. Herring
the can it bet- Bloaters, Milkers and Roes. ; F
.. .Aubrey Maura to Henry ::\\1. Yon New York Feb :Liverpool was promises to exceed any early estimates -
. ;;3P' I f. [ lATU. CURES a tr. cheaper and quicker than any Killeena. Dan bk, .Pedersen 765 Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill Pickle
k HCADACHES5reaaupCOLDS and J. Wallace Lamar.: S'2 of lot 10, other firm. Nothing too large or too Bahal. .somewhat better than was looked for and mills the world over will German Sauer Krout.
- block 21.ew City. $500 and other Pedro Span. this morning but the loss recorded have to take liberally ,of our cotton to .
for Lacave
small us. Ring; phone 570 or 674 bk.Maristang, Pigs Feet in kits $i 00 I
considerations. I I and our representative call on 509. Savannah to Riz M. Robinson.: there Just about met the decline on fill their requirements the balanceof Manewal and Lange's Fruit Caktt.National .
IN ft TO 13 KOVKSTriilBMikUc. : Wright Providenza, Ital bk. Olcese this side. Spots in the English market the season. Th; continent so far 2e;;
- Emily C. to Jas. G. Weeks )-ou. USE. ', Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake.
has bale less cf American
taken
were reduced 5 whila 500,000
oon
AIi all of lot 5 and SU! of lot 6. block 32. Tonio. Ital bk. Tonino. 1032 Genoa. points per pound.
tracts were 3 to 5 lower with than last year. It llt'safe I to say
spot
East King Tract, east! of Tarragona Genoa to master. We handle the celebrated blends of
Pensacola Electrical Co. ..salei reduced to 8,000 bales. The there will not 1 be an increase in their
Ital bk Lapo,
street $225. Thomas < 803 Naplei Loffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
- 'w V. ____ ,Urnberto I, Ital t L bk, Olivari; 766 takings of East Indian for the whole Co., H. P. Calpman. Manager.
205 S. B.yl.n.'COFFEE.. Genoa to Rosasco .Bro season to this .same amount so: that 25c
No Case of Pneumonia on Record I Oaxaca 3Sc lb.: Gold Standard,
from to tae continent -
now on our exports
i We do not know of a single instance u Schooners.Cha.s. ought to be very heavy Our lb: Diamond Blend. 25c lb); Golden
A. Gilberg. Am sch -
where cough or cold resulted In Jasper. Rio, 20clb.
excellent
a home mills are doing an
: GoodTrousers 269. Pomaron' master fresh roasted and as FOOl
pneumonia of consumption when Foley's Horatio, L. Baker. Am trade and will)) n,?'ed cotton: steadily Strictly
Honey' and Tar had been taken.It sch. Mohr throughout the. balance of,the )'ear. as any Coffee sold in this city.
720 Lagaa: to J. A. Merritt & Co. SEEDSI Send us your orders and we wiU: deliver -
cures coughs and colds perfectly so Barkentlnes. Ellison report weights on cotton

do not take chances with some Unknown Beatrice. Am bktn. Casavegglo 1430 I received by Europe so far as fourteen promptly. .,..
preparation which may contaIn Rctterdam pounds. I less than last! vear. This' i is
We the Pioneer to Pensacola Lumber Co.
which constipationa are and Is equivalent to 3
opiates. cause WHICH all lint per
: condition that retards recovery froma Coffee Roasters of Fort Caroline de France Koch to Dan bktn. Oertlng Holm, I cent of 360.000 balsa on:the worlds LEOALADyERTEMENT_

Hold Greases coll. Ask for Folay's Honey and & Co. McKenzia consumption of twelve ,million bales.
Tar and refuse any substitute offered. West FlorldajMcHUGH'S Alexandria Egypt cabled that large In Escambia County Circuit Court

W. A. D'AJemberte, ,druggist and exports have strengthened the post State of Florida .In Chancery Ide:;4
Well apothecary. SUCCEED ton! thera and 'If the -demand from Dathe vs. Max Dathe. Divorce Ul

; BLENDShave AMERICA'S LEADING atroadwhich: has followed the rise all Monday the 2nd day of April. ,\ o.
- MARTHA WASHINGTON TEA AT '1 'along should continue there: does not 1906 the defendant. Max Dathe, i* 'Po
MRS. MCMILLAN'S THURSDAYThe I seen much danger.of a setback of any quired to appear to thebi nM\)
- BREWERY Importance. against him herein. This order '0 ::9

The knows careful this. jou've dresser ladies of Jhe Palafox Street no equal. A trial When You Buy, I i .It will be .utterly Impossible for published once each week! for I 141 four
worn
trousers that the creasewouldn't Methoilst church will give a Martha will convince the con Get the Best. I Continental: Europe to make up h'r consecutive weeks in The PP't::aco.a:
Washington tea at the home of Mr. !shortage in raw cotton from abroad: Journal a newspaper publisaeo a
stay In a day after and Mrs. A. M. McMillan on East noisseur that we IS LOCATED THE SOUTH. I It's the Cheapest in the End.. : therefore she must 'very soon buy extensively said Escambia county. A.I 1t"IJ'!
: they were pressed.That's I O.
because Gregory street tomorrow nf ht from ,- I of .Amerkan.With Ian, Clerk Circuit Court. BL ....
i not znade.of the they were 8 to 10. The public ,is cordially in- make no extravagant I the world consumption placed Aymard, D. C. Pensacola, F- ,
proper vited. Admission 25 cents. claims. This statement is based upon the at or above ljOOOOOO bales w<*- 20. 190' 2oteboa'4'
: ., material. The trousers would enter the next with -
equipment the Acme Brewing Co. season another
. r you get here will hold To fe.sl strong.-: ,have.( good appetiteand 1 located in Macon. Ga. Just one point I Landreth'sj I deficiency to make up instead NOTICE.
cr-asmg because the material digestion, will serve to illustrate'! this fact in all of a heavy surplus as w, did the ,'redtOrJ.!
sleep sounlly and
: Is first class. The enjoy Wholesale "and l ,RetailGROCIERS its separate phases. I present s.awm.- Ar, wehavI saW be- Notice is hereby given to th-r
life (}
use Burdock Blood Bitters distributees and Ji!'
patterns are \aried as the great system tonic builder. Some breweries advertise as Hhe- j fore 'Wp have no faith whatever! In the'! legatees dl'man i
also the prices which and : most important feature of their equipment -! acreage reduej'on' Idea, but we do beli ". persons having claims 01! f'fZl4t.(
- .i range from Supper the "filtered air" chambers for ''ve that -conditions!! are such that it against the estate of Emma. aloe
,Benefit Tonight cropJust
The jMuscoree: M. E, church will cooling beer and k"eping it free from + f'will hardly be ponsib'e' for a 'crop such [ rick deceased, to present the ne undPt<
give and all kinds of Feed germs. Compared to Acc.e methods ae last season produced to be again within two (2) years to (j'I-!
a supper tonight Wednesday. l'tll'l"O)
obsolete. No air. fll t raised j for. om.. time 'to lint signed, who has taken"out
that
( we
process is coma I 5a.1:
:! for the benefit
February 21. of the tie
$1.00 to $6.00 church. Stuffs.IPluto tered or not filtered should *er ne al. I no not bplieie.with favorable weather tamentary upon the estate of

lowed to touch the wert. The Received. and labor eortaSUons. the farm will .deceased- ;,
'Dtrrer.j allow ,.to sell at above J. C. GREEN ExecutorFebruary
ence is that "American Queen" Pr cotton or "
Escambla: Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M.A '
U cooled through a. system of encloaed ten cents be I it bound ,to raise the 14, 1906. l41ebO3wCREW
Special communication of
WaterWholesale double piping. the inner pipes flowing cotton if 1'e can. until It to far eve--
Escambla Lodge No. 15, F. &
beer the outer ones earryingiwater j th**- world cpnsumntion. that the NOTICE.
1 jI runs
A. M will be held "
Wednes.day and ammonia reducing the teperatUl'e ,I value ,of his nrpd'Tt will .b* rednc Neither the captain o. ,!!
evening. February 21st, and protect' :! low that it, will become unprofitable er or consigneers f
by stages .
even i A1. A. D'AlemherteDruggist 50 a '
at 7 o'clock.. Work In E. A. and F'. C. and Retail. 51iE'Jpt'j
; Dutch steamshIp
raise it Tfcen and
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