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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 22, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PENSACOLA FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1906.
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PURE FOOD BILL, MAY GET APPROPRIATIONFOR ; ; WARSHIPS FOR 1;

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PASSED BY f r SB NATE THE CEMETER: Y ROAD THE CARNIVAG"GARUILD .



Less Serious Consideration TO --- I
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Monitor Florida and Torpedo Boat

for the Past CONFIDENCE IN Project Endorsed by r f. Secretary SAVANNAH
RIVER O'Brien Reached Port

fifteen Years. UPRISING Taft and Q. M. General I ON STAND Yesterday.




VOTE i WAS 62 TO 4 Russian Troops, Operating Vigor AGREEMENT AT Humphrey. CONTRACT I IN N Denied Statements of Prominen :ENTIRE SQUADRONWill *!s!


ously Against the Revolu Lamar Presents Matter, to Com Packers in Trial at IJ"

a tany r A Appropriation Bill Presented tionists.By AlGECIRAS mittee of House COURT 1
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Chicago.By
to House. t Reach This Port on or Before; '1f

Associated Press. March. 4
REGARDS PENSACOLAROAD Associated Press. ,
Riga. Livonia, Russia, Feb21.The t
expedition sent to crush the second EXCEPTIONAL ITS NATURE Chicago, Feb. Commissioner:
Ambassador White Believes Understanding Witness Greene
LT.GES NECESSITY FOR, COM rising in the district of Weden is :Against and Gay- Garfield was again on the witness i
operating vigorously. AND HOPES, WITH ENDORSEMENT stand in the, packers case to-day and MONITOR FLORIDA. NOW ANCHOR

PLETE PREPAREDNESS OF The troops have capture-f"" many Regarding Morocco OF WAR DEPARTMENT, nor Testifies to Persecutionby positively denied the assertions made ED IN BAY OFF PALAFOX !i
by witnssses for the packers.
ARMY AND NAVY FOR TROUBLEIN tried revolutionists by drumhead" ofhom courtmartial five were and Still Possible.By TO SECURE APPROPRIATIONFOR : Capt.! Carter.By (Regarding conversations with Edward STREET WHERE SHE WILL. REMAIN i

ORI:PRESIDENT WILL shot. Thirty including several Swift. Etfward Morris, and various 1
women, were flogged with knouts. FOR THE WORK. I r other packers. Mr. Garfield stared DURING FESTIVITIES-,
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NOT INTERFERE WITH PAS. Associated Press Associated Press. that he never toM them that information .
Two residents -1 :
prominent of Reval
Algeciras, Feb. 21.-In the. midst ofa Savannah Feb. 21. Judge' Speerlistened" received from the packers BOTH VESSELS FINE REPRESENTATIVES
have
been sentenced to death for 1
SAGE OF HEPBURN RATE BILL. participating general depression among the delegates to further arguments todayin would be regarded as confidential or
ment.PLEAS! in the revolutionary move: to the Moroccan conference on Special to The-Journal. the Green-Gaynor case defense that if thy failed to give the information OIF RESPECTIVE -lJ 1

J\: account of the deadlock between Washington. D. C.. Feb. .21.-Congressman having sought" to prevent A. J. desired by the :department 'CLASS.-
Associated French and German representatives, Lamar appeared on yesterday Twiggs of Augusta Ga., from telling they would be compelled to do *o.-
By Press OF GUILTY Ambassador White the head of the now he was persecuted Jn carryingout The latter part of the day was taken p 1
Washington. Feb. 21.-After fifteen American delegation, maintains full before: the :Military Affairs Committee the contract he cured in 1893 itp by the Identification of letters. .,

rear-, of more or less serlou consider. confidence that an ultimate agreement, of th;? House of Representatives from Captain Carter for improvements It is likely that several days will be The flagship Texas, the monitor-: .!t

arkm "f the subject, the senate today WERE ENTEREDNUMBER will be reached. He Bays there is, no I in behalf of the completion of in the Savannah river near thus occupied. Florida and the torpedo boat O'Brien J,i

fis-f'rj\ i"ue pure food bill by a vote reason to regard an understanding impossible. the military cemetery road from Pen. (Augusta. The court admitted the all of the coast squadron, reached ;..
I .
testimony upholding the contentionof
oi Ii: u\ '<. The vote was taken after ta_cola to Fort Barrancas the Navy port yesterday afternoon, coming from 'a
It the that theevidence SHERIFF AFTER J
is understood that under no circumstances government attorney
iav devoted. to desultory debate on W PRISONERS I WENT will the conference be allowed Yard and National,\cemetery. He had was admissable and relevant. t Key West. They crossed_ the bar ';1 1
the mwMiire.i (\ I to break up abruptly. Italy is is i letter from Secrory: of War: Taft, The Twiggs contract was the only about :3; o'clock and steamed up to a'' .1 t
i !Ir hll!! makes it misdemeanor! toRun BEFORE CRIMINAL COURT
a reported to be doing the most in the E'c(>D mending-: .t.p; coipmittee that one during a term of years of the "CANDY JIM"HAS point off the navy yard where they -.1:
adulterated misbranded foods,
or AND WERE SENTENCED.A way: of meditation, but the pressure on appropriation Wl granted for the many awarded by Carter that w nt to' ;
anchor. t
drt't medicines in the Dis- dropped
or liquors' I Is beint>xe>rted more at Paris 'and completion of said road., He also hati'a a contractor- other than Green and
tru' of Columbia, territories and insular Berlin that here. letter from Quartermrfster General Gaynor. or some one connected with The Texas, which is the flagship of
poetpsuvnis of the United States I Humphrey to the same effect. them and the government deemed itreath' GONE TO BIRMINGHAM AF- the squadron, and which has on board jf'1
err! JII'.hihitc? the shipment of suchgodL number of prisoners, who had The military affairs committee In alleged .
important to show how the .
TER_ THE MURDERER OF BUSTER Admiral Francis W. Dickens had in
fi>>m one state to another or to'I been arrested for various offenssr.,: SKY SCRAPER IN past years 'has been against all cemetery conspirators tried to punish }
r:. orpien iountry. It also prohibits went before Judge Beggs in the criminal I road appropriations but )fro Lamar Twiggs' for...failure-to permit himself YOUNG WHO WAS tow the torpedo boat O'Brien that ves. t I
hr. v ve.pt of such goods." Th penal.' court yesterday and entered regards this road as exceptional to be bought off. sel having broke down while making JJ
t' t i. hxd at a fine of five hundredtim.ar ] pleas of guilty, receiving sentences. MEMPHIS BURNINGBy In its; nature and hopes, with the en. KILLED HERE. the trip from Key 'West, the boll:

... or imprisonment for one :year They were as follows: : I iflorsements t of 1 the war department, I. ', ere being defective.
ut 1 1'01l! Will Thomas, Chas. Lecount Ike' I[I that the committee: will make the ap-- TRAIN WRECKEDBY -- The fiagphip remained leers only i jl
rii;1f onh' votes recorded! against the : about about an hour then steamedout
M.artin and Jerry Walker, gambling. Associated Press. ; propriation. Jim Forest, alias "Candy Jim," colored ;
:,:P l 1 were those of Senators flacon, $10 and costs or 45 days in jail. i across the bar on her voyage tB
Memphis! Feb. 21.-The seven story I LANDSLIDE who has been wanted in this II
B'J"' Foster Tillman. New Orleans;, where she Is to
and I Willie Schaffer white and Edward Equitable office building, at tha: corner county since Jast September, will reprei -
Hays color<":}', lewd and and lasci of Main and East Jefferson streets is CONGRESSMAN probably be an occupant of the county -I sent the navy during Mardi Gras. ..
SHOULD BE PREPAREDFOR vious'cohabitation, six months at II burning. The four upper floors pftL i jail before the expiration of the While here she transferred one of the 11

TROUBLE IN ORIENT I hard labor each building are practically cleanedout. IS INDICTED Reding. Cal., l Feb. 21.-In the wreckof I week, as Sheriff: Jas. C, Van Pelt has warrant officers who ore is suffering from y':
and Bessie Robin- i iund'r typhoid fever to naval hospital
Hatchett. Artist The ire is still burning but is 9
I the south bound Oregon express gone to Birmingham to take the .fugi .
Feb. 21. Chairman for treatment.v"x"Fler .
r'shingion. lewd, lascivious cohabitation .
pen l and \ ,
control ,
landslide I
.the Southern Pacific
'Jt' on. by a live into custody.! \ ,
W 1 .of th- MilitaryAffairs) Commute I $23 unit costs or three: months at '- Off the'City.. ;
near Delta last nteht, the engineer 'Candy Jim is wanted for the murder a
presented the army appropriationihp I hard labor.Will I III NORTH CAROLINA REPRESENTA: killed. I The monitor Florida of the ;
and three tramps were of Buster Young, which occurredin one
In the House (-day. urging; the :5 OFCLYDE 1-
Johnson, second" larceny, $ OFFICERS
Two passengers are missing and several Gidden's saloon in the western portion j newest vessels of her class is now at
c'''p "''tfor complete preparpuliessii'my costs or six months.RAUCHER TIVE CHARGED WITH PRAC- .
and
"f n1.r and navy for trouble in II persons were, injured.THREATENED of the city last September. anchor off Palafox wharf. Just outside : t
the Orient. Tie declared the nation LINEBy TICING BEFORE DEPART Young was stabbed and died: shortly the shipping;, and a fair view of hercan _
I afterwards, "Candy Jim" making his be obtained by residents as wellas :
hat3>- not prepared: to defend its ISSTILL }
3nr iron ''n china might as' well haul f MENTS. BY escape, and .was at large up to a few visitors. The O'Brien is now at .
,riM-n its flap and quit the Pacific. I Associated Press. months since when he was arrestedfor the navy yard, where workmen will "
IN JAIL train riding in Alabama and givena I: this morning commence the repairs! f
I'hiirroan Hull scouted the idea New York, Feb. 21.-At the annual A FOREST FIREBy '
that! .lanan: was! interested in ftlrrinp meeting of the Clyde Line Steamship By Associated Press. sentence of several months in the necessary. Afterwards. she will come }
11\1 trouble! for the United States in Company hero today the following Asheville.vN. C.. Feb. :21.-The fed coal mines at Prattville. This fact i up to the city aDd anchor naar the -ji
'tina B. 'iisUted that ,iapaneseand : directors were elected: C. V. Morse. eral grand jury today returned two Associated Press became known to the local authorities Florida, and will be an added, attraction ':'11

i I I'nifpii States interests' arc MenfT ) YOUNG MAN CHARGED WITH iJohn. Inglis, C.f.. Schwab, Thomas ind:cturents against! Congressman E. Colorado Springs, Colo., Feb. 21.- and correspondence ensued,with for Carnival visitors. f

the and preservation of ..peacehpi FORGERY HAS NOT YET Clyde. Harry Morse .John F. Gates, C. Spencer Blackburn, of the eighth A forest fire, driven by a heavy gale, the result that when the negro is released Both Fine Vessels.'
> 1\'"<4 thf pnlv manner in which H. Wirtney and J. F. Sweasy. Later: North Carolina district, charging him is raging in the foothills two mile*1 this morning by the Alabama Both the Florida! and the O'Brien'
<'II.tI 'inter 't.; could! maintained.. SECURED RELEASE ON the following officers: were elected: with practicing 'bffere the depart west of this city. Three gold reducing -'authorities Sheriff Van Pelt will be are vessels: of the most improved typo't: !
President, Calvin Austin; ; Vlco-Prcsi- ments at "Washington while a congressman plants, valued at three million I there to take charge of him. of naval ships of their class, and have 'i ti
WILL NOT INTERFERE BOND dent and General Manager TheodoreG. and receiving fees for such dollars are in the direct path of the only C'fIn service a few :years.. Tie .

WITH THE RATE. BILL I Elygcr; Secretary and Treasurer, service. He has not yet been arrest flames. Fire fighters have gone to Florida was here last year with the ,J!'
N. H. Cam'pbellssistant; Secretary ed. the scene on a special train. STORES TO CLOSE fleet and many visitors went onboard t:

u'a-hinctfin. Feb.When the Thos, F. Rauscher. the young man I K. A. Kellr of her. She Is a vessel of 1,613 ton, ...

$"w (Committee on Interstate Comnu who was arrested! Tuesday night by THIS AFTERNOONOn 252::; feet In length 50 feet in breadth, r
"" nu..>K Fr'nac' to vote on the Deputies Sanders and Johnson, upon draws 12>,2 feet of water and has a- 1
,..,10> ni: ,i ,n""> bill! announcement vrill the charge of forgery, is stilt occupying speed of 12 knots' an hour. 'She was, it

*>, mail authoritatively that the presi- a cell in the county jail, having : 4: completed at the yards of the Cres. 1,o
a n- will not attempt to prevent the failed to furnish bond yesterday to fr g I account of the football game lobe cent Shipbuilding Co., at Elizabeth .1 fI
intendment of the Hepburn bill and obtain his release.! = played; at Palmetto Beach. this afternoon I port, N. :.Y., in 1903. The vessel is in -.c
Hul' hp will" |loat' the committee freeto The friends of the young man were rt 1 between the Pen a.cola and Fort command of Commander Chas. W'. .Ji'

"x.rcisf': it.. best! judzement: and, !If much surprised yesterday morning + Barrancas elevens, the stores of the Bart let!t. ;.
'ixmibi"!.! compromise differences.: If when they rear of his arrest upon / \ city will close'their places of businessat The O'Brien, which is hi command, :.,
trill j U reported and passed which such a serious charge and many of ) tJIc 12 o'clock In order" that their employees of Lieut Edward Woods! Is nne ot 1
<,(II'tnnt m et with hu approval h? them called at the jail to offer whatever may have an opportunity of I the swiftest torpedo (boats of the navy. 1r i
'tt1 .-ont-nt nimseif with vetoing it.NGRo'S assistance they could give : ( witnessing the game. The entire receipts She is of 54 tons, 175 feet Ion?, IT i%
Rauscher has employed an attorneyand ( of the game will be devoted to feet in width and draws about sit i! '
------- evidently intends fighting the case a a ip F'I the Carnival Association. The merchants feet of water She was built In 1JW3! H

ACCESSORY TO in the courts.MANGLED. who have agreed to close today by Lewis Nixon at KHzahethport. j

are as follows: 'can attain a speed of 25 knots an :it
I it l// It l:1 \ 4 1./+ Fj Boston Shoe Store, Marston & hour. If
: ASSAULT REMAINSOF r Quina Meyer Shoe Co., Standard
rIIDd+i fUUi IY t // Fj 1 Clothing Co.. S. H. Kress &; Co.. Gordon Attraction for Visitors. tt i:
GoRao'et The fact that these two vessels are j.5
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THREE MEN Q 4. tl k' Watson in port will be an attractlo'for the iI'
By Associated Press. ; t zQ4 Furniture Co.. Green i iHooton
Via"tr many visitors who are expected to ere,
:; Feb. 21. A special from r & Watson. F. E. Brawner, B i!
In the city luring the Mardi Iras frg.tivities. :;
!
And Friedman : f
;<"'- Louis j
'a *a'Ihat: a white man G rson, 'V.1.. Falk
r.amf'lt01,) has been arrested; sins HIGH L. & N. TRES- I 3tI & Co., J, A. WalkerV.. J. & B.j! The marines and bluejack >'1;
f\f\.t..rJ if hpinJl an to the FOUND UNDER "FfT Forbes Jus. McIIngh. Sol Cahn &// ets of the ships will participate in : 1 p
; accessory
sail, of 11rs..l" L Bray, of that TLE OVER THE TENNESSEE Co. The John White Store Goes BookStore ] the big parade and co!eh rate' the arrival :
,'") whichh} negro, Pedigree, t.s'l ; Pensacola Investment Co., They of King Priscus. the Florida ..j{
1 RIVER.By jj' \ P. Stone, probably announcing his approach
h.:: a Plrsae.TUSKGft. lr- Fisher Real!: Estate Agency, {
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II, ) / r r Dailey & Moore, Harrison Bros., N with a salute from her big :guns ,

I Berlin Bass & Co. P. Williams Com Will Pay Call Today. r

NEGRO Associated Press pany RhodesFutch-Collins) Co., Laz Collector John E. Ptllhnan, President I- t
Knoxville, Feb, 21.-The> man'gremains Jacoby Cary & Co., Clutter Music ; ln< raham of the Carnival Association l'
of three white men were : House D: & I. Mayer Knowles Bros.I
r S/s and President Mayes and Secretary t
h''
CONFERENCEBy found this morning beneath the &h N* \V hiand, M. & O. Clothing Stgrel+: Jones of the Chamber Tom- ':i
trestle of the Louisville & Nashvillerailroad :H. O Anson, Marine Grocery Co.' coerce will pay their respects to Commander :"
---- over the Tennessee river : Welles-Kahn Co., Klein Grocery Co.; : Bartlett of the Florida t'.lJ' -1
j./ju
Several hours later the lJdiesl f } 'Lewis Bar Co.. H.11111 r. J. M. ,,
here A
Aix-ciated: Press. morning leaving the wharf at 9:30 a. I
those of men living 34/ Go. W. Pryor &
i'I' identified as Pfeiffer & Son., J
-urgela... Feb. :a1!t.KE'groesIr' were ,! Lewis & I't.m., and_ welcoming him and: his ship( !
vicinity. All are unlJarneI Son, Stewart & Carroll.
?
i'urn this .
in the city.Entire
states and the District theory advanced & Co.. A. Green.1 I t.I to i
The : Co. D. Kug? man
e'ulumbia! attend, today the fif- green countrymen. -9 ., Fleet Coming. '
t is that they stepped from aj I 4 l hut & Co., Anderson & Door. :McDavid j I
tn1h annual Convention of the Tus- when the staion had been called i layer Co.. I... S. Brown i& Co. Jo':. It is expected that the two rhips !
ws train
\ 'In;negro ton conference. Booker while the train was standing on a \ c7. Andersen, Peter Undenstrnth I'I! now hve nil! remain! for sore; time j(
hr. of presided and urged trestle, which is fully eighty feet nau & Gr.?!ds, Wm. Johnson & I r or at least until the arrival of Inn '
xv the race along Industrial the _- .- & Co., Solomon Furniture Some oj -
''';!'' T. H. I annon 1 I: entire Coast Squadron. !
high. r 1. Co., Gem Book Store. Joseptt> +;, there vessels have been detailed! to J;
v ,l I Coleman J. A. Van ;Felt N. C. :\IC'j[i go to other ports for Mardi: Gras but l
I Dubuisson & Bros., A\'
: ::Millan J. E.
Bluebeard Hoch Takes News i ; .... 'Hardware Co. (Continue on Page Three.) 1t'i'



I of Impending Death'' Calmly) \ / -'- ) '"I Dolan Removed from Office Jj.



By Associated: Press.---"Ha. Ha. they are going to hang fi By President John Mitchell

Cb/'Ilo.! Feb. Hocht Johann Hocn i : I
'. 21.-Johann I d)
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'1110 t T
ntw of his Impenllng death '
1CCiff: er nth-. I REFUSED TO COMMUTE i @ > {fr-- By Associated Press. 1 I, pointed a committee of three to take
J"8t/ !<* i is a mockery." he said. "If I SENTENCE OF HOCH Pittsburg, Feb. :!President John charge of the organization in the d.'s" +:
!hat Vu! lried on that evidence belh' -! }Mitchell of the United M4ne Workers,! trict. Mitchell! left for New York to. t
fore f'zar Ills. Feb. 21.- of Russia I would haw) Springfield. today :
:
been l<"qlliu(>d. I am innocent, but 1 Deneen today retused to commute tne> CHO'PPBRBY CUTTING as' president of the miners organiza; r' Mr.: Dolan, when informed of 'Miter\ _t i'i'r'
convicted \ T011SfADE'A GREAT REPUTATION AS A WOOD said he would continuo
tif'u' "red my life taken to give death sentence of Johann Moth LITTLE GBORGB WASH Hon in the Pittsburg. d'strjct' and or,' ell's action I-
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g atp .\ 'orn<>v Mealy and Governor of wife murder, to life dmpr s- DOWN ONE GMAiJmES.. WHAT A'NAME HE WOULD HAVE MADE 1F..TURNED LOOSE IN -AFOREST dered the election of Zr new presi.I to do business as he had been l et tb '

Fv-1If't-n I r"putatioa.: onmnt. acting ou 4he: recommendation LIKE THidl.: dent. Pending, tae eIecUon. he ap- ly elected head of the district. I
4. board.
J1c entered his cell, lie cried:i of tile state pardoning






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component parts are all wholesome.It DEADLY a woman's life, f is the name often given to the "change of life."

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r FAMINE four,years, and It Is the cause of much pain and discomfort

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contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are

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. i It is good for children. combination. # y c vllized world. It is usually one of .ness forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes, veak-
the finest raaaries: of the nation, but
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To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. terested loi Winers have told of the "dodging period," and build up your :strength for the rest of ycur life.

' i 1 It fa convenient for business men. I 1 extreme destitution: In the three northern At all druggists In $1.00 bottles. Try It.
of Fukushima Iwate
It is perfectly safe under all circumstances. Manufactured by I Itp ii I and provinces\Uya.;L More than one-thlrd: of 1

the of three millions are
It is used by millions of families the world over. struggling popu at Desperately en to keep soil WRITE US A LETTER "EVERYTHING BUT DEATH

w a fiti SYRVP ? rl tn'.r In the early autumn n freely and frankly telling us all your I suffered," writes Virginia Ro+son,
It stands highest,' as a laxative,with physicians. of last year, it was evident that t ttoubles. We will send Free Advice (in of Easton Md., "until took Cardni,
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f.11 San Francisco, Cl. war went on, lest it should give the Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. taking it."

world produces. Louisville Ky. New York N. Y. enemy renewed courage and prove ."-' ....___
; I ', Ir disadvantageous to.the interests of Ja } 'i''! ,n..ii!. ... ;;, -ki _;:E:'
.,. FOR SALE BY ALL LEAD) G DEUGGtSTS.Ksassjs the necessity for
pan. Now, however,
i- r silence as'to .the fam ne no longer

.=-=- ezlsts. The government officials,
frankly admit that conditions in the No. SSO3.C. .

.: ; ...5ft\w....:Ke..t"rtsi :.:.....-:: .,' .. ....: :...,.:............'- .. ..":' provinces named are so serious as to I Y
demand not only all the aid the government .W. LAMAR. President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier.
t but that outsidea.d M. E. CLARK. Wce-President and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier.
i .. __ __ __._ __ _. __ __. _. __ .u_ can render .
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will be gladly..elcomed.

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tie i statistics which showthat 30.000 unhappy ,
' AMUSEMENTS see %iL A PATRIOTIC DINNER FOR. people are seeding to assuage OF PENSACOLA. FLA.
1"
; f the of hunger by eating little
pangs I DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
I j cakes made of" seventy-five per .cent.
I .. I WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY II I chopped straw and twenty-five per. CAPITAL'STOCK, $209,009.! SURPLUS $69,099.
I !f. -:! t- >>' -H 47f f: MH'M""" I r cent foreign rice, no domestic r co

being available. With a populationof DIRECTORS.
From The Laboratory Kitchenr over a million the rice crop is less
L. Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawntr
than one-fourth of its usual yield,and Henry Covington,
t c .......NNNNNNNN.. it is six J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar
..N.NNN ..c..o..... in some districts only percent Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln,' J. R. Saunders,
of what the farmers reasonably
A. M. Avery, W. 1I.l\fllton. 0. E. Maura
3 3'k The following would be an appropriate while conserving b :'own little army. looked for. W. L Canthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerting,
t+ menu in patriotic phrase: never at any time numbering more The Heaviest Sufferer. Alex McGowin, C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark.
Gems of the Ocean than twenty-five thousand men. And Miyagi Province is the heaviest sufferer
Continental Broth to distinguished a soldier! as Frederick of the three and the straits to I Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited.
AmericanVoodsrover:' Roasted the Great said that Washington's which the unfortunate people are reducedcan I
Four cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Cape Cod Berries manoeuvering at Trenton and Princeton hardly be described. Monthsago per
ct.e Old Dominion State .Potatoes where he eluded: the skillful Corn- the leading paper of the province I
:: Indian Su-sich-qua-tash, wallis was among the most brilliant! warned the people that the crop losses -
Mount Vernon Salad: Lafayette in history.As would be appalling. It now says:
Dressing I a citizen, such was Washington's I"The sentence of death has been pass-
r Colonial Ice reputation for honesty,that cotton bales ed upon the people of this province." I
' .tdYk Liberty Cakes Old Government Java, bearing his mark were bought and In the the village of Kamusakl. the
. a Valley Forge Nuts sold without being weighed. It was rice fields last year yielded 30,500 Going to the Bank Often is
The menu in culinary phrase: the unpretentiousness of the man that I bushels. This year the harvest has.
Oysters on the Shell struck the English people ;as: his most j brought to their storehouses just 5%
Consomme admirable quality? they thought it re-, bushels, not enough to furnish the 5-!
, i l Roast Turkey: markable that after holding the fore-I 000 villagers with a single meal. The Excellent Exercise.
1- Cranberries Sweet Potatoes most pace? in the nation for fourteen local. Relief!' Committees describe the
r J'l Succotash years, he could return wth! dignity conditions as extremely pitiful. Gaunt I
, Fruit Salad. French Dressing I I to the simplicity and obscurity of plantation mothers with their wasted: babies and .

l Ice Cream I life.What hol1owed-cl1 eked children, sit waiting People who go to the bank regularly and
a.It Cake Coffee is called the Mount Vernon for death seemingly hopeless of
I
T Hickory Nuts : tribute Is an estimate of him written f I relief. often :and deposit a part of their earnings,

--:--' I I in pencil' :by an unknown hand on the Inaedequate as government relief getsomething more than mere exercise.
:After considering a menu for such back of a picture in that home;; it has been it has helped'to prolong until .
i e t, time as Is necessary to complete the closes with this
t sentence of profound now the fierce battle for existence.
'
r t ; arrangements for a formal dinner, itbecomes I Insight: "His highest ambition was The stoutest-hearted foreigner would They Are Laying Foundations
t E; gi the most absorbing and Im- for the happiness
1 1 mankind; his shudder at the miserable chopped-
portant thing! In the world; in this j noblest 'victory was the conquest of straw substitutes for food. Yet in Upon Which Fortunes Are Built.
emergency, the mind of the housewife himself." some sections of the-provinces of the

reverts gratefully to the. guest: MARGARET A. McIXTYRE north, the people have found even
i fI elect who on a similar occasion ex- AGED TOURIST DIED IN their last prop removed by the worth- This bank pays four per cent interest,
claimed, "IXever mind, your bill of RENSAGOLA YESTERDAY lessness of the straw which rotted be
in its
fare show me your bill of company:", cause'of heavy floods. 1 I. compounded: semi-annually, savings

And in support of this implied superior Henry Taylor, of Madison Wis., The government has done its best department.
Importance of diners over dinners of who came to Pensacola this winter to relieve the situation. The war de-
>u life over food we recall the winter died: yesterday morning at 8;40 partment has sold its superfluous:! ,I
of privation at Valley iFbrge. and the o'clock at his room. :332: E. Rbmana stores below cost to the starving! 'communities
incident of the English messenger to street, aged 81 3
years months, and but even this resource is I
lq Gen. Washington who returned to his I 8 daysHe leaves a wife 80 years exhausted. Moreover there are thou-
*
comrades and: related that .the din old!, and four children, two sons and sands of villagers who have no moneyto I
ner of the Commander-in-chJ-sf: consisted two daughters. buy anything: ; they have sold their FIRST NATIONAL BANK
THE EL MARE SISTERS of baked sweet potatoes and The deceased was a native. of England clothing for.food. ,In the fall the
+ hickory nuts! coming to America when a boy,, .
With "The I government forest preserves were!
Rajah of Bhong, Next Monday Afternoon and Night. For the digestive process of a typi- end ha has been a member of the! thrown to OF PENSACOLA FLA.
the
i- open people; they II
l I the most favor Presbyterian church for 60
cal das dinner
gala
years.
I "The Rajah of Bhong.* I erts' best vein and Hal Campbell is I is that secured by Th- funeral services will be held atPou' swarmed like locusts over the largd, VT H.KKOWI.I*.Pres. W.K. Hr a.JR.,Y.-Pres.and Ca't'hler.
4 With plenty of swinging musicalnumbers responsible for the music much of able condition area, sweeping it bare of every Edible T,W. BREST and W ROBERTA. Asst.! Cashier.
laughter and frivolous conversation; $ undertaking:; parlors at 2:30p. DlRZCTORS-F. C. Brest. W. A.. Blouat. W. H. Knowles. W. K. flyer, Jr.IX .
!
root and bark within its boundaries.
I a gaily costumed chorus of which is on the popular order. Signor when calibrating the birthday of nu to-day. The remains will bi U.Brent.
k comely girls,, with A. C. Burgess W. Ernest Salvatore has staged the piece' but shipped back Madison for burial. "Whole communities, emaciated and
rememberedon
;31. Brown and Lucy Burgees as the' with an fye to the picturesque, and so rare a spirit as that enfeebled from insufficient nourishment
few moments'conversation
principal funmakers it is not surpris! the costumes are a pleasing featureof !: the twentJ.-1Nond.: a searched eagerly for each tiny
in which he is the .subject -
ing that "The Rajah of Dhon should the production. i iI fern root or bit of fungus growth.
score a decided success with theamusement 'I "The Rajah: Bhons" will be seen'I could not fail to prove both mentally OUR REPUTATIONOF This helped to stay the misery! for a I L. HILTON GBKKN. PmiMDMT.B. T.. K. WKLLK8 VICE.I'UiIDU1'.
and physically simulating. and .U.BDtHHSlL.taesuc J.rANiJ'lJLD: HIORSSO.Aur.Cas BIll
; loving public. The book here next Monday afternoon and I time. Touched ,by the suffering! of his
r and lyrics are written in Will L. Rob I night.I also grace the hour. : people, the Emperor of Japan gave Citizens National Bank
I heroes Englishman 53
"Who
are: your an YEARS $%5,000 from his owir'private 'purse ,
asked a pretty' American girl, of Penif cola.Florid
I and received the spirited reply, "Father is back of every bottle of Hostetter's for-the relief work. Di.reotor..

ie If I ,THE and grandfather and Washington. 'Stomach .Bitters and stands as a Would Mean Life. GfG.W Wright, Morrtt!fear. T. K. wells
TERROR
f And Gladstone to a similar question strong guarantee of its wonderful mer- Rice ,is the staple food of the Japanese :Biz M. BO Il'OD. L.Hilton Greta..ENSRV. .
RHEUMATISM answered: "In a gallery ,of ,sculp- it. If your stomach is disordered, liver and a shipload of rice wheat- A -. ". BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
OF WINTERRheumatism ture were I asked whose form would inactive or kidneys weak one bottle flour, would mean life and hope to

best grace the tallest pedestal I thousands upon thousands now In;dire
'r is usually worse in Winter because of the cold and damp. should name that of Washington.! ofHOSTETTER'S extremity.. Every pound of flour .. ... .. .... ....4i
) and other ... .... ....... .......N.N NN
Mess changed conditions of the climate. The occasional twinges Perhaps even a casual observer of the might mean the saving of a life. J. S. REESE President. E. W. MENEFEE. CashIer. .
. beautiful Stuart portrait of the first Whatever is done to help these'peo' R, M. CARP Vice-President *
:: nerves get sore and president would involuntarily think, will do you a world of good. Thous pie must be' done quickly in order to
excited, the bones ache and Rheumatism the terror of winter takes possession "I see before me a man of-:honor; one, ands have already been cured of such be available. One of the local Jap-I I THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PENSACOLA. J

t of the system. Then the sufferer turns to the liniment bottle the who is kind just, simple and strong." ailments as Poor Costiveness Appetite, Indigestion rnese papers puts the situation effectively Director*-L, J. Reeves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler R. M. Car11 /, :
woolen clothes the favorite plaster or some home remedy ia effort to Carlyle in analyzing character Flatulency, Dyspepsia in a single sentence when it I Ia'ys
an
get Colds Grippe, .Female Ills and Gen- W. A. D'Alemberte. T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton. 1
relief. But Rheumatism is not a trouble that can be rubbed away or drawn claims that a man is what he does; : "Unless help comes more pee.plc TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. .
eral Debility. Don't fall to try it to- I
out with a plaster; these things relieve the pain and reduce the inflammation he says: "Whatsoever of Intelligence, will die of famine in these three TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED eI
'' but do not reach the real cause of the trouble, and at the next exposure an. insight. energy: in a, word whatsoever day. provinces than perished on all th-e1 ...............................>....... .. ..... ..+**
has in him, battle-fields of the Manchurian I
other attack of strength the man War
comes on. Rheumatism is caused by a acid condition of
sour will lie written In.his work." We are counting the wounded and the missing
the blood. The refuse
matter and bodily impurities which should be carriedoff
moved to ask what was Washington'swork Oottiroll as dead. I
through the channels of nature have been left in the
system because of ,
as patriot general and citizen An official dispatch from the United
Indigestion weak Kidneys, torpid Liver and a general sluggish condition of that he should elicit universal admira- FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. States Consul in Tokio, is followed R M.Cary. c.A..FI.. db CJ c). jno.::asxrPres. .
the system. These impurities sour and form uric acid, which is absorbed by Pensacola, Fla. closely by an appeal from President I Wholesale And Retail Dealer la
the blood and distributed to the different muscles, joints,nerves and bones, tion.There could perhaps, hardly hare Roosevelt for aid for the starving pea
causing the painful. symptoms of Rheumatism. S. S. S. goes to the root of been a greater service- rendered to ple of Japan.On 'I Steam Domestic, Anthracite COAL

the trouble and cures Rheumatism by cleansing the country in his time than that give the came day this appeal Is Is-I and Blacksmith
the blood. It neutralizes the acids and filters en by himself in holding persistentlyto sued. The Christian Herald Is cab Offlc -No. 4J South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
S S S them out of the circulation and sends a stream of the belief in the ultimate triumphof The Way We ling 110,000 to the Japanese Red Cross I ri Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and '1I J
pure, rich blood to all parts of the body. Then the,cause in which he fought; before Society, which will work in conjunc- __
O S the pains cease the inflammation subsides, the the' Anglo-Saxon jac left the tion with committees appointed for -'

PURELY VEGETABLE.nerves are quieted, every symptom of the disease forests of Germany devotion to a!c Fix a Shirt Front the purpose of administering the distribution -I
representative government was its of all.supplies. _
1 passes away and the cure is permanent. S. S. S. SASH-
I is purely vegetable and does not injure the system as do those medicines containing ruling passion; and Washington real-I Send all contributions to the" Japan
Potash and other minerals. Book on Rheumatism and medical advice ized that this coveted condition was is the way you want U Famine Relief Fund (under the aus-1 SHINGLES. DOORS WINDOW GLASS,
without charge. necessary to the life of a nation that fixed. We can polish it pices of The Christian Herald), 93 to
I
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, Cqe was to worK out an 'expression of its up like a piece of plato 114 Bible House, New York City. BUILDING MATERIAL.

own. ideals. Washington moreoveramong glass, or give that handsome .
men who have. held power:' dull domestic fin. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. Phone II. H. G. DcSILVAS CO.
stands unique in that he never abus Ish. Tell us what you Foley & Co.. Chicago originated
Again Under the ed his power. ;wan t. Honey? and Tar as a Throat and Lung
Some one, rightly enough c1almsthat remedy, and on account of ..the'great --
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LEWIS HOUSE Management of a commander is great in proportion merit and popularity of Foray's. Honey

Mrs. Helen Lewis as _e accomplishes large resultswith The Star Steam 'and' Tar many'Immltations are' offered Ore3or: Your
the smallest loss of life. According for similar sounding names. Be-
to this generalization. Washington Laundry. ware of them. The genuine Foley's ICE COAL and WOOD
I'INew Re-Painted Re-Papered and Thoroughly, Renovated'Especially would take high rank for he Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack :JCxexxx "tlioConsumers9 I

Convenient for Transient Trade. captured a thousand prisoners with 37 E, harden St. Phone 114. age. Ask for it and. refuse any .sub
Ice and Fuel Company.
the loss of three taenj'and con- stitute. It is the best remedy'for ..
OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT PENSACOLA FLORIDA. quered an Invading army of greatly I Pensacola. Fin. coughs and colds. W. A. lyAlemberte, Oflce-Corner Chaaa and Tarraeona. Phone239t -
J. superior force and better equipment druggist and apothecary. I



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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY. 22, 1906 AGE THREEWASHING _
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f COMMITTEE ON : Horriblei EAST TUETRATMLNTth COAST LABOR ) ;;




I Green & Watson

RIVERS ANnHARBORS i- is horrible to think of the ('FEBRUARY INVESTOR ISSUE REFERS OF SOUTHERN TO AL.


.i FAIN and suffering which go j TROUBLE

LEGED ,
many people endure, all because

.i i they don't know of, or fall to

1.? ,. try, HAMIINS WIZARD OIL. |. The Issue Southern, thus Investor speaks of in the the falsehoods February -- Store will be closed for a, few days on ac-

To Suffering and pain wears out j circulated'' regarding alleged
Inspect Pensacola Bay With troubles on the work of extending the

to Securing Needed Itn- i the brain and nervous system, Florida- East' Coast: Railway: count of stock taking, preparatory to the trans-J

I and soon wrecks your physical ; "The employment} of ten to twenty

!' 3N provements. I and mental powers.No : thousand of -Ii laborers. M. Flagler on this along great the enterprise keys fer of the business to the new firm

Ull, ..11 you
nf.[: ,f",. making and fitting CONGRESSMAN LAMAR NOTIFIES 1 : East Coast Railway to Key West,
aa -n mred as fast as the only nse this great, modern cure !necessitates care, while the offer of

r,,, nice his day.WASHINGTON. SECRETARY JONES, OF THE i work to unemployed is abused by f Irresponsible Watson Parker & Reese.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF!i f for pain, absolutely safe, soothe I agents.men who deceive the employment ,
"
| ing, curative and healing. | "This company states very clearly

,.. example of TruthfulnessI THE FACT THAT THE COMMIT- what the conditions are In engaging
n
I ,, *'P are today following in TEE WILL REACH HERE ON THE Used internally or externally : l borers and are acting in good faith. Due notice will be given of the opening.

ou .,urus>enients and busi- it goes like lightning to the seat 'I i Mr. FlaglerV officials are doing ever: -
a" ABOVE DATE. I i thing possible to make the men comfortable
of trouble, and, by allaying the : and contented. The absurd .
\\ !have just received the I I newspaper articles recently appearing:
5w.>iesi< lineof Fancy Vests thatna inflammation it drives out the r
in the New 'York dailies are unwarranted GREEN dz WATSON
;
mer been shown here,.they Secretary W. C Jones, of the Chamber I ,

don rosi I much and will make of Commerce. yesterday received real cause of all painful sickness I "Four: or 'five men 'ome of whom

our old suit look like new. Information through Congressman W. and went to Florida more for a free ride
Prices= $1.00 to $:>.00. quickly makes yon perfectlywell. did not
; : B. Lamar of the fact that the rivers than work and who really

Price 50 cents and $1.00. reach their destination, bate returnedand ------- -- -
and harbors committee of the House!, ------- ------
I made 'an unjustifiable charge I
would ,visit Pensacola during the com- Fully guaranteed.For against; the agent employing them. II ..+++.NN.NN, ......*.......+...++.0..NN; .''M' '

ing month this deci-'on having been The best evidence of the treatment by i 't:
POWELTON
DTdOT1ilflG( ( i recently arrived at by thecommit.- sale and recommended by Mr. Flagler's agents in ]lower Florida LE .

S J tee. -- WHITE'S PHARMACY is the fact that out of 3,800 men sent if Put in Plenty of Light *
|
,
'T SErt B JI; The present plans of the committee Pensacola Fla. from have New returned York dissatisfied.not more than ten i 1
Phone 180. Night Phone 446.NOTICE. '
I I are for the members to reach the city "The ridiculoU5itories of working i Special to The JournaL Z 1

_. -- ----- -- I on the evening of March 12th and remain under a shot gun is the :usual attempt Powelton .Feb. 21.-There was con- '
to Injure the south In building up her i for the Mardi Gras 1bfake
over during' the night, spendin excitement here
For Expert Watch Repairing and |great; Industries. Go and .see what i is si; 'e'Ilble Sunday If
I. the following day upon the harbor being o'one In the south and you will morning when the residence of Mrs. .

Engraving, go to and familiarizing themselves with the get. the .*>'knowledge of that great Mullins caught tire. The family was .

needs of the port. The itinerary also and growing country and her people." away from home when it was first i your place of business blaze with light L1a15t t
J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler | The Woolley Sanatorium the only institute -! gets the crowd the crowd has dollars to spend, you have !
includes number of other audit : discovered and It Is thought it caught
a ports in the United States where the .
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYTake i the goods to sell. Better let us put in a big gas fare i
213 South Palafox Street. is expected that the party will bout i Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habits, LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine from a spark which fell on the roof. lamp. It will prove a fine investment

fromVash''ngton' for at least two t can be cured without exposure and Tablets. Druggists refund money If U The, young men, and ladies also .
The Latest Designs in Watchesand weeks. |: with so much ease for the patient. Only' fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sign: worked faithfully for about 25 min

: 30 days' time required. Describe ture Is on each box. ,!5c.. utes. Mr. Gasque Lowell burned his
Jewelry. Among the'members of this committee jour case and I will write you an l
t is Congressman Sparkman, of this 'opinion as to what I'can accomplish: hands but not seriously. The friends I Pensacola Gas Company, f ft
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state. He is the ranking Democratic|'for you. Ask your family) physician' GUY land neighbors kindness was very
FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. j i, to Investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley. 104 ENGINEER( much appreciated.
!i \H and Stuffed Alligators ready member ot the committee.In IN.I Prjor Street, Atlanta. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jordan and baby Phone 24 and 27 E. Garden _Street.
1 1" -iI'pm nt. order that the committee may be DIED OF WOUNDS of Pensacola, spent Sunday with Hr.: .

,".angf; wood canes with alligator properly entertained during the visit : I Mrs J B. Welch. .N1.NN.N..N........+...tl..NYou .... ..+.... .....:f

:h. .'I i-, ;5<-. here the Chamber of Commerce has WARSHIPS FOR -- Mr. and Mrs T. L. Bayuer, of Mua- __ -
>pa Shells l! and Shell Jewelry} Shell cogee. paid a short visit to Mrs. Mul .. .
.
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ami, Wood Novelties leather Goods a i i begun preparations with this \?ul11; L. & N. ENGINEER WHO WAS lins Sunktay. 1

peciali. j i view and by the date of arriv'aeverything THE CARNIVAL Master Jack Wilson returned Sunday
SHOT AT' MOBILE MONDAY
MR. C. N. McCLURE will be in readiness for last, after spending two months ;
House I in Carriere, Miss. i CAN MAKE: YOUR |
Opera Building their entertainment.The (Continued From First Page. DIED TUESDAY.The of Century, .
Mr.
Thompson
.+"T E f'rt>Government St. Pensacola Fla.I Darby
Fla., was a pleasant visitor to home "
will here these festhities -
as
come as soon
Original Laxative Cough Syrup[ Others which have folks and friends Sunday. : I IF

Watchmaker R. ,K.Manufacturing WHITE, Jeweler is Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. not received are over.such orders,, will reach Mobile. .RegistenrOf yesterday Mr. and to ilrs.Pensacola Lewis this made week.a'business SPARE ROOMS PAY
says: trip
It expels all cold from the system by; here at an earlier date all being in
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and Graduate Optician. '
the
W. D. Guy, the engineer of Miss Carrie Connor, of Roberts
30 S. Palafox St., Psnsacola, Fla. acting as a cathartic on the bowels.KennE'd"s port by ia.rchto Thd Coast squadron Louisville and Nashville Railroad Fla., visited Miss Sabra Hardy Saturday '
which is under Admiral Dickens who i NOT ALREADY ,YOU *
1 THEY ARE 'FURNIHED SHOULD
.
and Tar is Engineer
Laxative Honey Company who was !shot by night and Sunday. ,
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a certain: ,! safe and harmless cure for is ed well of the Known following In Pensacola vessels:Is compos' William T. Roberts of the same. line, firs O. G. Hardy has bee:: Ill! for j BUY AND FIT THEM 'OUT v .- v -. :
Monday morning died yesterday afternoon several days but Is now able to be up. +
TERSELY
:TOLD and whooping cough. Texas -Capt George A. Bicknell.!!
colds croup at 6:30; o'clock at the Inge- There was preaching at the TV.ptistclurch +
i \rkansas-Commander Rogers .H. he had afternoon by Ret
Xkmdurant Infirmary. where} Sunday
\d\: nHers are requested to rusn -Gait. seen carried for treatment.A Countryman. I With Pretty furniturei f fAT
ALICE AND NICK Florida" -Commander Charles W. ,
:Sun: la copy. All copy should be In full story of the shooting appeared
I In >omghiII ', I r Barlett. in the Register of yesterday -
Nevada-Commander Alfred Ray It having ,been shown that IS THE VOICE OF LOVE t
L, Lawman, of Louisville, of th" AT JACKSONVILLEBRIDE morning. MUSIC Ii ,
nolds. Involved In a ,SMALL TV/ENTYtFlVE 'TO FIFTY DOLLARS J ,
firm of Lcvinian Bros., is in the city; Third Flotilla. the two men became The quality which makes its notes COST

'inking ar'pr the erection of the new Porter-Li'"ut.Torpedo Willis McDowell.Blakeley'Lieut. l personal difficulty in the yards of the after the tones of passion and echoes of i WILL FURNISH ONE IN .A VERY CREDITABLE MAN- :
Brm building. Louisville and Nashville, and that the heart, is delightfully realized i In '*
AND GROOM PASSED Charles EL Court an assault Roberts undertook to+ our Pianos. Thy embody the highest NERAND YOU CAN EASILY RENT: IT TO SOME ONE.
.I, J J Garmw and wife of Red Level lta that :
nev. get from his assailant, but
away results of 'a generation's progress 'US
\ ., are among! those now in the THROUGH TUESDAY EN Dupont-Lieut. Ja"mes H. Tomb. being pursued he fired a hot that -elastic touch responsive' action and BETTER SEE TO-DAY.
< '* who will remain until after the Nicholson] -Lieut. William S. :Millet proved fatal. When Guy was takento : There's i ii
lasting tone quality. not a
ROUTE TO CUBA. i
Mard Gra festivities. Woods. he did
O'nrlen-J..jput. Edward the hospital he stated that home in Pensacola or West Florida: MARSTON &
tte\ Ada C. Bowles has decided to Rodgcrs-Lieut. Alfred W. John, not want Roberts prosecuted. He was but that can have a Piano under our QUIMA,

main in the city a few days lonjterao son. given every medical attention but wonderful plan "Pay when you Like." I
< will !lecture in the UniversalUt, The Jacksonville. : Metropolis oTuesday' his life was only prolonged until 6:30.::; Ask us about it.CLUTTER I i 108410 S. Palafox St. Phone 148, Pensacola, Fla.': .Ii
I : i who occupies ;acell
A QUIET When Mr. Roberts
ur.h Friaay: e\ening. evening says: WEDDINGLAST MUSIC HOUSE, I

There will by a congregationali'eeung 1 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas IJOl1' worth'l il EVENINGA of the in death the; city he prison dropped was' his notified hea++ Pensacola, Fla. ,I t*.44................ ............................t

of the members of the First' I whose marriage at the White quiet wedding and one witnessed upon his breast and said to the party; .
tipMM church at 11 o'clock Sunday; I on last Saturday was the by only a fE''ef)' intimate friends,! notifying: "I am very sorry." All I I
Burning for the purpose of consider eta event in the history of the United -::i occurred last evening at the rectory) during yesterday Mr. Roberts was visited ALMOST THE PRICE OF TWO

It v the call of a pastor. ..' I States. passed through Jackson-. of St. Michael's church: when Mr.: bY many of his railroad friends.W. Carnival CostumesWILL BEERS.
I vale: this afternon at 1:15; o'clock enj r born in Salem L>+e .
rtL Right ltC'F win G, Weed The Adolph 1<'. Pfeiffer and Miss Katherine -! D. Guy was FUL II
Havana via Tampa.
for
v'tf!) preach at jSt:: Cyprian's Dpi i !'cov mutt:; till I Clark, both of this city, were county, Alabama, in December 1861. BE FOR RENT t,
arrive
due to
and
bride were
groom ; railway service on ,
iI',' mission the old Christ church mad man and wife Rev Father Fullerton and entered the
for Ladies and Gens,
this city at 9 o'clock, but the Southern Atlanta and West Point road as: Fancy Dress
h1 ( at 7.30 to-day. The performing the ceremony. the .
ing : p. m
train unavoidably daJayed.Leave seventeen. He In Velvet Cambric, etc.
was: the of ,
at
fireman age EXPRESS
jMbi! t" cordially invited. R?v. D. The attendants were Mr. James M. ,
of also
o) Moore, R ctor. For Tampa. Jolly, of New Orleans and Miss Gene was promoted to the position engineer PREPAID
of twenty, makinghim :
at the age
reeve\ Clark.
On account of the football game at The honeymoon trip of the happy one of the youngest ]locomotive Comical Masks, Stockings Gloves
The people are well and 1T
two young! Moustaches and Hair Goods
Palmetto this bet made in the privatecar lie entered the False
Beach afternoon ,couple is being favorably known in this city where ngineers in history.
tt<'*<-n tb" Pensacola, and Barrancas.: Elysian which was attached to| who employ of the Louisville and Nashville
have friends will wish at
turn the and the: Atlantic Coast Line'' they many Mobile and t'M
public schools train No. 83 of the married 1'fe.! railroad between I
them a happy
'a' rat\ school will give a holiday 1 which left the city for Tampa at :2'! New Orleans fifteen years ago and I 11

afternoon from 1 o'clock in order, o'clock and which is due to reach was made a passenger; engineer three Mrs. Nordsfrom's, Millinery! J

'.::.a lb. pupils may attend: the: game : Tampa Bay Hotel at 10:00: tonight years ago. This position he held tillthe No. 11 E. Intendencla St.

I \ Nelson, editor and proprietor, Mr. and Mrs.,, Longworth on their: darof his dmise. -yIDdz 1
will board thel :Mr. Guy was a member of Concur "
"-I. ("ollon i Trade Journal of I arrival at Tampa! I ,1- -
savannah Ga. was in the city yster-( steamer Olivette tonight at PortTam-, uia chapter of Masons, New No.Orleans 40 of DELIVERED fo&CHAS.BLUM&.CO
I lodge
Arch
*\; and spent a few hours looking!'Ia for Havana and will return to antf of Royal '
Nmt thi- is March 2d and immediately ( 1 tr ; Masons in Mobile.! Also a member ofthJ
!place. Mr. Nelson very;, Tampa l I' of Locomotive Englmers. :KlondykeCafe
laMCMMnM impressed with P'nsacola! turn to 1Va&hington. re'l Brotherhood Division No. 140. Horatio Boothlette! -Whit wijst .
south the |I Gulf City
and >h"i- CTeited that Ua could not t All through the
Eh> onz4'r here. : !| couple have been quietly let alone on He is survived by his wife one son,, thou say me friend, when i I Id thee

j their honeymoon trip. While the Arthur Douglas Guy. a sister, Mrs. O. I have registered a vow?
Ttapr. Rev. O. L. Keller,,
is no particular day upon KeI1)wife of '
*hu-h it lIOn becomes a man-unless it: southern people love the president'sdaughter for of I* Acworth, Ga., and a brother. Robert Barnes Tormer-Say? Why, that 517 AND 519 W2ST BAY ST. .
i I' I and have a high regard N. Y.,, cents.' JACKSONVILLE FLA.
on h'} tfntjfirst Mnhdar.nd | t Arthur Guy of Brooklyn. thou hast thrown away eight
husband, they are .
.: her fortunate opposed .
.
:H to be present athis _. ---l
which, 'expect
inn particular day on all of whom
demonstration! You could have sent it by regular
; : : a j! that would prove embarrassing to the), which I Is the home of Mrs. mall for two centsTWAS -
is the day on which you try, At* the terminal Orleans, ; Marine Grocery Co.
f bride and groom. Mobile
will leave :
:)">ui ns \mil/ i," ge ad. curl- Guy. The remains
there was no
I station here today morning at 3 o'clock. Ir.Guy .
t si;' f> V, Spiegel brother to stare at 'the distinguish-) Thursday brother NOr ON HIS MINA
his
.. younger i jous crowil I was loved by all 604 605, 60S, 610 S. Palafox SL
K\ans: 'IUt; Spiegel who is holding,1 cd couple.All and was of very domestic! Phone 725.
lodge,: men Raucher
Thos. H. Prop.
\" '1't.ucessfiil meetings in' the'I Florida, however wishes Mr. from his engine to -Mslioms !
Cum'un church tabernacle,, has a:-I and ?Mrs. Longworth all the happiness(\ Knocks out all weakness habits and goln from his; home to his engine. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

",;' ana at the meeting last ,night I i that life can( .bring, and trusts that gives new life, : Mrs. Guy stated to the Register r r

'.UK! a auto, as did Mrs. F. E. Brawn-:; they will be pleased with all that they Vitality and Courage. representative that the request ofher HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO

Tonight the younger brother see' in this state. Keeps the Kidneys husband made prior to the opera Lpstairs, corner Zarragossa
"o also an evangelist, will preach I The couple 'when they reached) performed upon him that she EAT
QC here will be facial singing. I It i Jacksonville, seemed in the best of: healthy and active.A should not prosecute his slayer "would- and Baylen streets. Just Received:

i health, and spirits. Mr. and Mrs.-: pure high class article be fulfilled by her. Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch I
1'\, body prefers Blue Rbbon: I j Lon'gworth both spoke of the lovely,, that will do you good 50 kits ol fancy Mackerel |1.25: per .'
'k::'<"!> and Vanilla after once using I 1 climate: and said that they were PleaSe Sick Headache.This kit. '

a."s> Absolutely pure. Goes twice I ed with their trip, and expected to remain -,|' ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT distressing aPment results i)1 1 ) 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit.
9
iaMARTHA+ in. Cuba a week. from a di i'ordered condition of the !: ] 50 tits halibut fins |L25 per kit.
I I 'Mr. J. C. Lusk district passenger "B&B" stomach. All that Is seeded ta effect Just Opened! 1 &0 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds, '
WASHINGTON TEA AT I agent of theSouthern Railway, mtj Atlanta J Jtaunai a cure 13 a dose or two of Chamber, ? / $1.25 per kit.Bloaters :e.
MRS. McMILLAN'S TONIGHT' the d'stingult-hed! couple- at the'termital.anJ -] 'lain's Stomach and Liver' Tablets. Intact Milkers and Roes. Herring

I j l looked after the work of have, the attack may be warded off or f'r Codfish, Pickled Salmon Dill Pickle. ,
TS', tadies of ;;;: Palafox Street,ling their car attached to the Atlantic)! greatly lessened in severity, by taking German Sauer Krout.

'Ip''olis! church will give a Martha! Coast Line. j I a dose of these, Tablets' as soon ::13the Everything New and Up-to- Pigs Feet In kits, fi.OO.
laslnn'; on tea at the home of Mr.. 1! Mr. and Irs.. Longworth were at '" first symptoms of an attack ap Manewal and Lange'g Fruit CaSe.
+iaa MA.. M McMillan on East lunch 'when the train pulled Into the I pears. Sold by all druggists. Date. National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25

(:r"gotstrtt tonight from 8 to 10.! terminal station but Mr. Longworth' i 8t per pound.

MMNa.musu-al! : program will be rendered.j I had quite a little chat with Mr. Lusk.I I d t D Bolero. \ ''t We handle the celebrated blends of
l' WMic! I Is cordially invited. Ad'on The Popular Coffee roasted-by the Gulf City Coffee
j.i:;; cents. .i The bolero is making sartorial history Co H. P. Chlpman Manager.
No pills Is a's pleasant and positivea for itself In these! latter days and Nan-What makes you 'lock so 6'axaca. Sac lb.; Gold Standard, Z5o.(

BOSTON SHOES STORE GETS Den itt's' Little Early Risers. These and there Is hardly a gown In the fashion Open Day and Night. worried dear? .Is there something: Ib- Diamond Blend, %Sc Ib;. Golden)
Pills are so mild ball lb.Strictly l '
BIG| SHIPMENT OF NEW SHOES Famous! LUtle catalogue-from a nightgown ta a Rio; 20c
delicate ladies' : mind? fresh roasted and.its gooii c
effective that children lo\TJI-that doe not make use! of this on your

T hI KoMon Shoe store has just re-I and weak people enjoy their cleansing becoming little Item in some way or Cliff;-Obr! -no. nothmg 'on my as any Coffee sold in this city. V
1.It" while strong people say theyare Send us your orders andwe111 4**(
;ire shipment of new shoes effect sold. Nevergripe. Out Hn Ci Macias.torn.Au. otbrr, either hi fact wr in effect. mind
as' th'- best liver pilla liver promptly.
.'n lf, < he'ing spring,them trade.on its :shelves I PHONE 960.






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: son: of Chinese laborers and trade torney Tallahassee several !
hasten in _
'ouseem to.be rid
rate, getting Professionaljjrectory
in the orient this short paragraphin days to get another At any )
loss piaklng effort
: t jeitittoia Joufm1l the king's speech is significant.The stay to{ proceedings an an-a,!> there Hwr"' of It auction-stle principles:going,
I" the auction
demand now being made in this. I I. much, interest ,centered in this Buy going, goon Stop withAyer's THOS. PEBLEY! ,

country by strong monied interests feiforC In speaking of the case Saturday Hlir' Vigor. .It checks filling LAW REAL! ESTATE.

S foe a modification .of the Chinese ex: the Jacksonville Metropolis hair, and always restores color to gray COLLECTIONS.N
; I elusion laws so that a loophole maybe stated:! that tie- case was one where ?.hair..A splendid dressing also Sold S PALAPOX AND
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. i left for the entrance of the Chinese the man tad been convicted on purely at uctl.on Jot over sixty years. toc oir PHONE 559.tTYATESMD ROMAN.
coolie into competition with American -''circum.stantla.1e1dence; and, the -
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY labor will not be successful even paper utterly failed to jump on the -

: though the refusal to do .so cost: this pardoning board or the governor for
: ...BY... t country its entire Chinese trade anda listening to the appeals of the attorney Fire !' D
Fire
indication Fire !
war besides. this time. This is'an ,
THE .JOURNAL COMPANY. The sentiment of the country' north that there 'must be something doing OPTICIAN

I south, .cast and 'west, 'is .unalterably in the Codper cas .Tampa Her-
opposed to the admission of Chinese ald. 306 THIESEN BU'LOICN

. S FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. i coolie labor at any cost. The. Big Fire Sale '

I The social system 'i in America }Js already !- Soil vs. Climate. H. T. CRAWFORD

1 complicated ,the presence of Sunday ,was' a perfect Florida day; ,
S_ MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. an alien race that can never be reconciled -EO lovely it lookerf and felt as though Begins REAL EST A TE.
with entire Paradise closed and all its .
separation andI should be LOAN
MONEY AND
t I amalgamation with which, is not to inhabitants come down to Florida. It Thursday Morning at 9. o'clock.All LECTED. RENTS IlL!
,
S SUBSCRIPTION RATES. be thought' of except with horror and was a great day for drives., strolls 414 THIESEN

One Year.....?...........|;3 00 Ono Month........ ......... 45 j disgust. andviolet bunting. No wonder such Goods Will Be Sold Regardless of"Cost Pensacola,BUILDING.Fla.

Six "Months. ............... 2 50 One "VVVfk.....,.... ...... 10 To further complicate the situation perfect days make tourists think that
Three :Months..... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition per year.l 00 j I by the, free ,admission of the yellow if Florida soil isn't woith a cent an The stock consists of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry ------ -
man !would be madness. acre its climate is worth thousand
Ladies'
I Goods Gents' Furnishings Furnishings, etc. '
Star. ,
1 To'do BO for trade.reasons be dollars a square incb.-Ocala
The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed f j debasement. .
No Opposition Sparkman. EL Q :FI..EE1'TElx..A-F'
: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. As Governor James K. Vardamau to
: of, Mississippi, never tires-of reiterating Public sentiment In the first Florida 126 South Tarragona Street.
; "I11 s is a white man's country.;' district has settled down to the acceptance -

1- OfficeslO8andllOEast I L..OOO AEol t Papers on Sale on Trains Some and there white i is. men reason seem for to the forget frequent this Congressman of the Sparkman gratifying will fact have that no :............. .............................. ..+.:

: Government. Phone 38. .. and at all News Stands. repetition of the phrase; which means opposition whatever in the primariesthis :
not only that thiS country shall not summer. When a man has done = '

I PENSACOLA FLORIDA. THURSD AY be ruled by the negro but that Its his duty so effectively as ,has our .
MORNING. FEBRUARY: 22. 1906 Good Hams
be difficult i
fields its workshops, and 1ts marts of congressman it would a very I
task to objection amongan
trade shall not be overrun by the yellow roUre any

The Isle of Pines Treaty well versed inthe most scientific hordes::>> of the 'east intelligent people. Colonel Spark i
:can is always and actively engaged
methods of preventing the propaga : COOKED AND READY TO COOK., BOILED HAMS, WHOLE DR.J.H.MOCK
in promoting the interests of his con-
Now Before Congress. tion of the bou&d, mosquito, and they ,.. 3 :f ?til- :f7 stituents and owing to his Influence : HAMS, HALF HAMS, SLICED HAMS- i
can be depended to assist the
The Isle of Pines question which upon 71 in Wash'ngton! he is able to do good

S has been hanging fire in Congress efforts individual made citizen along, so that that line the by thing the fi* NEWS FROM AND STATE VIEWS PAPERS. ill* work Times.and a great deal of it.-Tampa i All of Best Quality and Flavor i iit Dental Surgeon.Crown .

Since the session began is being rapIdly -: which the Herald here advises it canals I I "' t
brought to the -point where a vote <> say with assurance will be done, S 61 a C AND PRICES RIGHT. YOU MAY ORDER BY 'PHONE, ITYOU and Bridge Work a Special:

un the ratification or rejection of the and furthermore can promise that I That White House Wedding. it ; UKE AND BE, SURE OF GETTING WHAT YOU Painless Extracting of Teeth.
Mobile will be kept free from those The Tampa Tribune Indulges the i 2&/2 S. Palafox St.
Key West in Luck. WHEN YOU WANT IT.
pending treaty with Cuba will be WANT AND.
things which tend to destroy public hope that the lateVhite House wed- 7 and 9 Old Armory Building./
taken. The majority and minority health ana confidence. Key West is in big luck. Sara ding will result in .'lad' or lassie Phone 1077.

" S reports of the Committee on Foreign Bernhardt, ia to perform there. Nowif who will in ,some future February i l4WGiarcien 'I! --
RelatIons have been submitted ana S have a conniption fit on the stage as : .
ing bride at another White House
S but little remains, to be done before ter children, now under sentence of she did In Mobile some years ago Wej'ding: Not unless the House of ........................................'............1 CAPUDINE'MMIDIATUY'AlU

the matter is ready for final decision death at Valdosta, Ga., says he wantsto those Key Westers will see sights and Longworth. changes its politics in --- j :

Commenting- the reports on the I be hanged There's no objections cave a time..-Milton Index. the meantime on the "blushing bride"has HEADACHESBreaks

question tho Birmingham Age-Herald to granting the request BO far as we I a. ,a husband who votes the demo- .
.can see.Facts The Cooper Case. cratic ticket. We are getting mighty Pensacola-p nama Souvenir Edition C up COLDS
.d cars: Many people! have their.ears to Ihe tired of republican presidents in the I I Iof IN o TO a novas

,Thrt' Isle of Pines Is but a small part ,ground listening for something from White House and if Alice and Nick _ _ _Trill ISolde lou AI DneaSafesSafesSaies:
of this world. but it is big enough to AboutAdvertising. Tallahassee in regard to the Coopercase. would result] in another one we 'Would the Pensacola Journal on sale cere. Also beautifulviews
l& lead to reports from the Senate com Cooper Is sentenced to die on have discouraged that little business of local scenery and illustrated postcards. Fine line wood and >
p i. mittee m foreign relations that fill .the gallows next Friday and hIs at from the start-Live Oak Democrat. and leather souvenirs cents to $3.50.
r 277 pages. The majority report !
.. recommends the ratification of the Love and a cough cannot bo braden e'S :a I

teaty, chiefly on the ground that the ;" but almost anything else maybe ? : .,.1 Buy Diebold Safes!
213 *oath Palafox Street.
Island Is of small value to the United -unless it is advertised. The Sunny Side of Life Phone
-St States, and that Cuba has granted to -a- Scarritt Moreno
I this country valuable naval and coalIng ,
You are not RUNNING your store *
3,44 stations in part consideration of
our relinquishment of our claim to your advertising Is weak-you are is herewith and hereunder published. Agent.

( the isle. WALKING It; and It will soon be LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Signed: ,
4 t Senator Morgan presents a minority walking lame. r-T; J. E. ABERCROMBII' >

, I report ,filling 88 pages of the NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.Notice R. P. REESE

L volume. lie shows that the war department Even your regular customers will I is hereby given that on the B. L. BARCLAY Pensacola, St. Andrews and
c. ; dial inform American Investors \V. K. ROBINSON-
that the isle was American property assume that if you do not advertise: rThI 3d day of March. 1906. the ,undersigned CEO. T. MORGAN. Gulf Steamship Co.5TEAfvl1 .

and he says that It they are contemptuously an article you do not have it C ( o : will apply to the Honorable N. We J. E. AbercromWe, R. P. Reese,, ?
TAHjJOl'l
turned away without the R ''Broward, Governor.of the State of B. L. Barclay. W. K. Robinson and
t i security' and Thre is French axiom
protection
they honestly to the effect -
for charter Geo. .T. Morgan hereby make appMca-
Florida at Tallahassee, a
: W. C. HARROW Master.
deserve the Senate that
will fail in its "p-leasing wares are half
I duty to them and to the incorporating them and their associates tlc>n for letters patent Incorporatingus FIRST-CLAi i KUJaJtLMjLJt: : ; .*..ND1REI.
country. lIe
spld,! but ,in this
: country, we amendit into a corporation in accordance, '
'T Elt VICE
shows too, that the coaling stationat under the articles of the association "
Guantanamo is into: "'Pleasing wares, well! advertised t with the laws of the State of Florida,, -petw"-
small
a
return for
$I00,000,000 expended in securing the are nine-tenths sold." L ;' Immediately following: I I under the following charter: PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHfc

independence of Cuba. But his chief 1. We, the undersigned hereby' 1. The name of the corporation shall COLA. CARRABELLE.. ST. AN.
ti point is that Congress alone has power England makes Knights of h9r merchants Jc associate ourselves and become incorporated be The Robinson Livery and Under
S DREWS. MILLVlLLE.
-k to dispose of the Isle of Pines and nowadays; and she does well. S :.,.;, .. under the name and style taking Company and its principal
& the treaty-making power should not For modem business requires of THE PENSACOLA CEMENT place of business Pensacola, Florida. And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
r attempt to alienate it. Senator Clark and audacity. F .example to nerve : STONE COMPANY, with its place of 2. The general nature of the business I. Carrabclle ar d ApaiahlcoIa.SCHEDULE : ,
advertiseMORE
also signs the minority report and no tAEinesg at Pensacola. Fla- I shall be that of buying sellingand
than )
S unprejudiced person can read that report your competitors even : 2. The general nature of the business trading in horses,.mules, vehicles Leave Petisacola Suoda*. 8:30 p.
J a without being convinced that though he could "buy you out" with -- --- to be transacted shall be the and harness and stable supplies and m. for Mobile. Ala.

Messrs. Morgan and Clark have the his surplus capital requires OOUIlAGE. 1, .\:-.1, I buying. selling and manufacturing of ,the doing of a general livery feed and[ Leave Pensacola. Tuesday 8:30: p.Ut. .
stronger side of the case. 1 ,- :::: ::: cement and its manufactured,products, sale stable business; the embalming for St. Andrews. MUltiHe. Alac'fllcola. >
The argument that the Island is of :: -. I S and all materials necessay to be used',: of the dead the directing of funerals Carrabelle and int -med.i.'

small value to the United States "In Blindmen's land tho33 who are Alrradr Punished. in such manufacture. ; and the buying and the doing! of a general undertaking points.
which and selling of other builders' supplies business and tne buying and selling For additional Information apply)
t the
is blessed
principal 'With "
contention of oneeye are Kings; and Tb slum sociologist looked properly J. R. SAUNDMiS.B .
of funeral and undertakers
and materials, the owning, using rentIng sup-
r those In favor of in supercilious."My ,
ratifying the so Sleepy-town Prwidret.
treaty, a. small RCOBB..
advertising .
plies the owning holding, leasing and
good woman." he aaked. "do you buying, selling and mortgaging of ; ,
!t. Is, of Itself a virtual admission of appropriation might make your storea beUevfo In the whipping post for wife real estate: and personal property and renting of all real estate and other Gen. Frt.Pensacola.and Pass.Fla.AgU

weakness. It Is not the question of leader-but in this city ':you must beaters r"Naw 1 the doing of any and all things necessary property incident necessary or convenient ,\ _

its value to this country that shoulJ "think in big figures" to be "in the I believe, said In the the hoapltal muscular for matron any, but wif* }: or convenient for the carrying to such business. "\

L1t be considered but rather the fact race at all. S beater that tacklea me." i out the purposes of the eaid business.I, 3. The amount of capital stock

t i that it was" duly ceded to the United Proof. 3. Tile amount of the capital stock shall be Five Thousand and: Four Hundred DIRECTORYJoppa

States by Spain The absent one has little chance of Jack-He's a,. writer or fiction. is fixed at ten thousand dollars. divided Dollars! ($5.400.00) divided into
and thereafter settled being the heir;" and the Jennie Row do you know? into one hundred shares of the fifty-four shares of Qns Hundred Dollars Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.
absent
t anj developed_ by American citizens customer Jack-He'i the author of "How to IJ9111 I par value of one hundred dollars each, ((1100.00)) each, payable in prop Joppa Lodge. No. 6, I. O. 0. F.
:who had every rmson to believe it will not buy your goods. The Well on Six Dollars a Week. to be paid for in cash. erty and accounts the value of whIch meets every Tuesday evening ai; : '

- !wag American territory and would be store which is not always "on thespot 4. The said corporation shall exists t tI has been fired by the incorporators as o'clock at Rafford Hall! West Card I
, so recognized. Congress ," in the matter of publicitywill I for a term of ninety-nine years. I Five Thousand and Four Hundred Dol! St. Visiting brethren are cordiaU)o-
: has
;i: moral right to give the island no secure little. of the 'public favor. f, .'5.. '.:The business. of .the _company. lars. vited. ._ ..
4 up and snail oe conducted by a Board oz three| 4. The said corporation shall exist T. H. FLEETWOOU.J. : It.
' I! It docs so, in the face of all the Two inches more of advertising ? directors and a president vlce-presi-i'for ninety-nine (M/ years. W. GINGLES Sec.

facts it will commit an outrage upon space,would have kept that idle clerk dent general manager secretary and 1. g. The business of the company is 31jan6m.
:American citizenship. Three ,: treasurer.The directors shall be to be conducted by a president, a vice- -
busy. inches more might have at the of the of P.
\ elected annual meeting president and a secretarytreasurerand Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. 1<
' It Is said that Miss Alice Roosevelt sent you looking for: another clerk. company to be held on the first Monday a board of three (3) directors. meets every Monday evening at 7'3'1'

S cut the.wedding cake with in January of each year and every, Th-a directors shall be elected annually o'clock at their temporary Castle UJJ
an army Readers will not be persuaded that year after the granting of letters patent Intendeccia *
the W.
sabra Nick 'b | at a meeting of stockholders on over Pea stable.
better tab warning from what you have to say about jour storeis : I ; the remaining officers to be elected -'the second Monday of January of eir Visiting brethren cordially welcomes.J.A.KIRKPATRICKC! .

this incident and be good. very important if you try to say by the directors at a meeting held year, and the directors elected shall C

it in too little space. immediately after adjournment of the on the same day elect the president! H. HORSLER. K of BS_
stockholders' meeting. Until those tils vice-president and. tie secretary-
Start a Campaign The Memphis Commercial Appeal elected at the first election shall pe treasurer Until tbe first election W. Ratnbone Lodge N*>
for qualified. C Gunter Elmore shall be K. Robinson shell be president, B. L. 30. K. of P. meets etetf:
Cleanliness. proceeds to take
a fall out
of the president and general manager F. H. Barclay vice-president! and Gso. 'T. Thursday evening at B Ul
Star
F The, Mobile Herald together witbnea.rly Bjeai Goddess, as follows: : Elmore Jr., shall be vica presidentand Morgan secretary-treasurer and: the o'clock in their temP 7
all Uncle Hank Walterson has already Ludlow Elmore shall be secretaryand board of dictors shall consist of these *Castle Hall over POll stable
in
.
I newspapers the Gull: settled the elction of 1908. He is treasurer- persons. W. Intcndencia street.

States believes that an ounco of pre- rapidly 'bec ming known as onr electoral 6. The said corporation shall at 6. The highest amount of indebtedness '_ .Vis'itlns knights are co*

'r j \ention is worth any quantity of cure goosebone.The no time, subject Itself to a higher to which the corporation shall at dlally welcomed.
S and. under the caption 'Keep The 16..,... amount of indebtedness or liability any time subject itself to shall be Five J. D. KIRK. C. C.

f City Clean" publishes the following: Memphis Commercial :Appeal than thirty thousand dollars. Thousand Dollars. ($5.000.00)( C.J.LEVY. K. of R. fc S. _
which contains a long article on The Sorrows \Vmt by tb. Book. 7. The names and residences of 7. The names and residences: of the
applies to all southern cities Mr. N> that made Columbua.Meetings .
wwed-This soup you of
I equally of Wealth. Wonder if the His Idea,.of.Starting.. tastes awful. the subscribers and the amount of subscribers and the amount of stock Knights of the
as it
strongly as does to Mobile
writer speaks from actual experience Dr. Emdee-Going' to open an cffic* Mrs. N'ew1\'ed That's strange Tin stock subscribed for by each of the subscribed for by each is as follows: Knights of CoinniM:
: : ? across the street? cook book say that it tastes delicious. subscribers is as follows: J. E. Ahsrcrombie, Pensacola Florida their ba."
held at
The best thQught and effort of DruC rirt-You leem.&thepyouni: for a C. Gunter Elm1>re. Pensacola Fla., Ten Shares.R. : are : Ittendea-
southern cities may well be devoted family physician. I 90 shares. $9000.00. P. Reese Pensacola. Florida Ten No. S West
F Dr. ... know but I'm 1 cia street, on every
lo Erodre-Ye I : only
to the F H. Elmore Jr.
extermination of
the mosquito.So going to doctor ('bnd nat-first. Montgomery, Ala., Shares.B. Monday evening .t
much that is harmful has been 5 shares. $500.00
THE EXCLUSION L. Barclay. Pensacola, Florida 7:30 o'clock. Aavltation 'no
traced: to the house -rarities of the OF CHINESE > Ludlow Elmore. Pensacola, Fla. 5 Ten Shares. uttndcJ

mosquito family-and Jt is safe to say sr- shares 50000. "W. K. Robinson, Pensacola Florida, to ii
visiting
all i not .jot; Known on the subject- # In witness whereof the before men Eighteen Shares. Knights

that it is follj-almost criminal-to Mobile. Herald. *# tioned subscribers have hereunto set Geo. T. Morgan, Pensacola, Florida, ED)!. FOX. JOHN B.Grand JONES.J51ht!
allow the breed to continue to spread their, hands. Six Shares.
M H
HH H-a
;lt.. Recorder.
and
multiply. C. GUNTER ELMORE, (Signed)

.from Mobile a trade no destroying doubt owes epidemic U'! escapeS last In the Chinese exclusion::: program, F.LUDOW H. ELMORE.ELMORE.JR.. J. E ABERCROMBIE, pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F.
is the R. P. REE E. r
which
cause of the boycott 0 0. "
Pensacola No.4'
to the Lodge
year prompt measures taken to
State of Florida, Escambla County. B. L. BARCLAY :::1
against American goods and the at 7
kill the meets Thursday evenuif
insects there
so would be no Before the subscriber every
C.
W.:
appeared K.
,; excuse for a plea either or ignorance threaten d' outbreak against American Gunter Elmore and Ludlow ROBINSON. at the ,new hall on Wes Gar &n
enterprises and missionaries in the Elmore, GEO. T. MORGAN. coriialinvited. :
or forgfetfulness if the street. Visiting brethren
same canrpaigu known to me to ba the individuals described -State of Florida of
orient County Escambia.
for mosquito cleanlioea does not be- this. country is now joined by E. GREE\ h.\TT.
and acknowledged
that they Before the 'undersigned
Great Britain.-
personally
: gin with the very first approach of J. NEVILLESecretary.
rpring and continue until the south ,js The speech of King; Edward yesterday executed; the foregoing articles of association appeared: J. E. Abercromble. R. P.

visited by a frost to tha coast line. i in opening,the second parliament: for the uses and purposes Reese, B. L. Barclay. W. K. Robinsonand Daughters of Rebekah.
By a few simple precautions, which I of :his reign, was 'a ,singularly colorless JI therein expressed. Geo. T. Morgan each of 'whom' Naomi Lodge, No. 10, auehtfrs: of
It is every householder's duty to take I document in many respects,.which Given under my hand and seal official acknowledged: their signature to the Rebekah. meets every Monda) nV->
and which It is the city's duty to enforce t only shows, that the kln'is aware of this 23rd day of January A. D. foregoing instrument and that the at 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. hall15 t.
a danger-at worst only a remote the fact that it is 'not the'business of me. same is their act and deed for the Ing sisters cordially Invited to b. W

-possibility entirely eliminated constitutional monarch to stir up v PATILLO CAMPBELL purposes set.fortb- ent.
and a bugbear which sometimes partisan 'strife.' Notary Public. In testimony whereof I have hereunto MRS. PEARL WITKOV'SKl
frightens the timid man and the more pn the question of Importing Chinese My commission expires Dec 14th. set my hand and fired my official MISS WILLIE KENDR1CK Sec

timtai dollar from the south la removed labor into the' Transvaal however 1907. seal this 8th day of February A. D.

while at the same time the general King Edward voices a demand woe aBed I.Te.tme.t.Jtn 1906. S M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first -J
health and comfort of the city for exclusion in. positive language. Hw They 'Lore" Each Oilier '-That was a pretty bad meat Notice Is hereby given that on Mon. (Signed, ) J.J. HOOTON. third Wednesday evening at 7'30 -

Is' improved.The Comlng'at this",time', when. the manu lllaa Chllllegh-So. I never KO staUDe. 3a.ck-Well. I guess we haven't .... day March 12th 1906 application will (Seal) m., Rafford Hall. No 10. West UWdencia :
public health authorities of the"ky facturing nations are confronted with The cold makes my.-teeth xhattec: 80 men. be made to the Governor of the Stateof Notary Public State at Large. Com ,street

: and the sanitary; association are th.0. direct choice between the admis-i Miss. W&nDIle-ob. take them out and Jim-What do a you bad mean cLeckor by'lhatr'J&ek.I it. Florida for letters patent for char4cr mission expires May. 1907. A. Q FElL Prel. ,1
I I coma along: gave of incorporation, a cop whereof l5feboawiwS JvLu SWEENEY. Sec.I' ''





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U.C.V.REUNIONAf I URAI



Danaerlne I

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DE FUNIAK ON S





6ROWS HAIR MARCH 14 4 l t



AND WE CAN

the First Florida Ring out the old. Ring in the ilea
Members of f t Brigade -
Ring out the false. Ring to the true WHEN LIFE'S IN THE BALANCE.

IT to Assemble Thereon ; when high-priced medical specialist
are doing their best to prolong existence
DR.
tT\ that Date. BELL'SPine -isn't It poor policy-false econ-
1w drug store simply
1 omy-to patronize any
I Tar on account of low prices! We
I a = .
=Honey don't scrimp remedies to save a cent
+ 1li The reunion of the First Florida here or there-we give you what your

Brigade will be held this year at IX The new and the true, is nature's most natural physician orders and charge accord ,

l V, -z: ; ar Funiak Springs, the following general: remedy, improved by science to a pleasant, per. ingly. We 'Want you to deal with us
St t e order having been issued setting Saturday manent, positive cure for coughs, colds and all but not unless you are satisfied that
1ti inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial you will get herd the best and purest
March: : 24, as the date of meet Tubes. The
sere, weary, cough-worn Lungs are any druggist can supply.HOOTON'S .
Ing: exbilirated the
microbe-bearin
;
Headquarters First Florida Brigade, 1 mucus is cut PHARMACY,
ont.the cause of that tickling is removed,and
United Confederate Veterans, Pen. the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed The Birthplaceof Prompt Delivery
% \ sacola Fla., Feb 21, 1906: to that there is no inclination to cough. Phone 1100.
General Order' No. 10. t
I t.,, Over4ACO.O0ltdtla.weesiddmiag954eeustsohldr. partite.
Official notice is hereby given to
k ki r the officers and camps belonging to i The EtronKet evidence of the merit of a proprietary
f I SledlcinetatheopinionoftheoonsumerBereist0 record: A GENTL MANtS TASTE IS BEST
the First Florida Brigade, U. C. V., iL OvtrTwoMIHIoa Bonks!I.199:. Over Three MllUo*Battleili I9U. SUITED WITH A
i 4 Over Focr Millhw Bonks li 1904. Thi
tr s that the annual reunion of this brigade sevldenoeatho'opinfo.
of the consumer
regarding the menu of Dr. Bells
4 & will be held at DeFuniak Springson ,; tea 69years Mtai il A llDe-Tw-Uooejr,beu cougtt medicine on the market
t4' the 24th day of March, 1906. remedy equal to old Dr.and Bell's never Vine-Tar-naed any CERTIFIED CHECK5c
; ? Every Camp is entitled to one delegate Honey It gives quick and permanent n||Bear Look For the Bell on the B 01 tI .-=- ||
aka. for twenty members or relief in grip as well as coughs and
CIGAR.All
1. every Coldi. .
It
makes weak lungs strong. 25 cents. 50 cents and $LOO Bottles.
t for a fraction of twenty. The regulations MM.M.A.USXCALF,Paducah, Mawfactetl r
X7. fcjr E.! E.! SUTHERLAND! MEDICINE CO,federal,I&
t t' t LA.rz.L I !! provide that every camp shall the qualities offlaroraro.ma
1 i I be entitled to two delegates and the color and goon material

Ibrigadlern.eral earnestly requestsall embodied in it.
; the camps to represented and
I t'-r to urge Confederates who are not NoNNeeeeN .. A. Greenhut & Co.


i members ion.The large of camps number to of go comrades to this reun who I MARION ::CURRY: & CO. .l.li PENSACOLA.DISTRIBUTORS FLORIDA. ,

r Pt7r' have answered the last roll call ----------

1: daring the 'past year warns us that
t not, many more meetings are beforeus. 16, B 20 STREET, Morris DannheisserFormerly
( } By Let as therefore embrace this opportunity -
of greeting each other once ( of Dannheisser Bros.)
r more. i PENSACOLA FLORIDA.WHOLESALE i Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fin

The' railroawbhave agreed to give Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
cheap excursion rates from all Intermediate I I I- ii
station' from the Sewanee Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty

nver maton to to DeFuniak D?Funtak and on also that from day;Flo-so i 12 W. Zarragossa Street FLORIDA.

the general hopes that the attendance Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs i PENSCAOLA.
The wt 3W and
rirasf0 trowtraad )regenerator taw wen the coofi have
of 4. will be the largest we ever
patrooace "" ta4lhoaa ot pop ?tier hout.the CnUcd htates. It has ittUfeed a Urgercale aB4 is more ceaerallJ'aMcLt i ,
}+ iS r !U r <2Jiet.*" .ntSat haeever been sold or InodUd>fcy toe tWuade m this couatry. Veterans are requested tb make timely -.Hfrmif//V Jour JTome
Jf ififSSiS I y ?kay. ""**CTtl1*and kwp ll so- I3 ie the erea3ect scarp fertilizer and therefore the of station agents in regardto
rT E S2 S ISS. T r'kl! bas**"k own. ttw a oatnral4ool sad rwheteso.x m hcioe for both the ha.r inquiry Only Exclusive Dealers! in West Florida. Any Quantity. :
and tOffp. ** e.t II UUt the special rates. !
pu ra celMl1D.* life la your iiilr than*:- lea side y other beer tonic
e..d&. At auuwB r MiTtajr Miss Genevieve Perry 'Experienced Grader. Prices ,Right. Grades Perfect. :

NOW d aH druggists in THREE SIZES, 25c. SOc and.$LOO per bottle.FRH Monticello and Miss, has Mena been Turnbull appointed also sponsor of-i Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : urr os

;; T ple: ittwti howtowquIcUpPaiulerinfractSTrewill fetumjMdUMt!; anetttMk'eadatbiseiivertisemeiito 4ataT'e'fJam.t Monticello, maid .of honor for the i Telephone 203. P. 0. Box 661. t
Sfce Xoowiton IteiiUnia: *(;0.,Chicago: ,with,their name First Brigade and Veterans are requested out
and+ddtasawr tea cents ia arfver orttairs to-gay-postage. to accord to these worthy Needeteoooeeeeeeooeomoooeaeeeeeees. .oeeiesoe ooeoeee

granddaughters of Confederates, the
due them as .. 2l cforiol ;Ar d'ch a"
honors and courtesies -- -- -- -- --- -

CONTRIBUTIONS FOR GAMBLERS AT WAR to representatives our memorie of.*lhe w, cause' so Wear t "TWO MOST'IN" THE BEAUTIFUL WORLD MAGAZINE

-. W L, WITTICH i
for this superb
I ON EAST) COAST Brig. Gen. Commanding' First Fla. Ask:jour newsdealer If he does not handle it

THE PEARL EAGAN HOME C.Brig.'Adjt.V.!U.THOMPSON'and C. V Chief* ,of: Staff. BUGGIES AND WAGONS magazine.send name us and his address name and and address loc. for with Mention sample your

Regular price 250.
copy.
SNORTING, FRATERNITY AT PALM
Startlin )But True. this paper.

ladies are Securing Means bj DRY GOODS FIRMWILL.REORGANIZE BEACH MONTE WILL CARLO FIGHT SCHEME.NEW People on>> learning the.w '-ji of;the over burning were horrified of:"a ; ...TO BE... 4 West Burr 224 Publishing Street Company New York, Qtjr


Which the Home May Be : Chicago hundred theater people' lost In'which their nearly lives, yet six

more than five.times this number or .' .80.D AT COST Electrical For
Displays
Opened March, I, Next. If reports are true the sporting over 3,000 people died from pneumonia

J.1 C. GREEN RETIRES, FROM fraternity at Palm Beach are at outs In Chicago during the same year Mardi Gras.Let
and a war is on between them says I with scarcely a passing notice. Every .

DONATIONS OF MONEY FOOD, FIRM OF GREEN & WATSON the .Miami Metropolis.The one of these ,cases of pneumonia resulted We have a'few' fine buggies and wagons in out In electrical displayfor
from eold'and could ,have been us your
WHICH WILL HENCE. information says that there is stock which offering for sale at cost We do it bet.
CLOTHING, FURNITURE OR ANYTHING formed that place a company prevented by ,the timely'use; of Cham- we are the Carnival. can
being at
THAT CAN BE USED IN> FORTH BE UNDER A with a capital of five million obllars berlain's Cough :Rem&dy A to great Come and see them and get prices or drop, ter.other cheaper firm. Nothing and quicker too large than or any too

DIFFERENT NAME. for the purpose of opening up one many who have had :every.reason warded it off by fear the us, a postal and we will mail full particulars. small for us. Ring phone 570 or 67*
the most fashionable sporting clubsin pneumonia
THE GOOD WORK WILL BE! of and our representath.e'will call on
the world-a second Monte Carlo prompt use of this remedy. The following -
GRATEFULLY RECEIVED. institution. It is also stated that the is an instance of this sort: you.

Elsewhere i in The Journal to-daj; prime movers In the venture include: "Too much cannot be said In favor of
men whose names are quite familiarto Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and especially PENSACOLA BUGGY CO. Pensacola Electrical Co.,
appears an announcement of a chang; I 1
all and influenza. 1
the American reading public, for colds!
The Pearl Eagan Orphans Homewhich In the ;-business formerly conducted being: northern capitalists and possessing know that it cured my daughter Lauraof I : 205 S. Baylen.COFFEE. ,
has been closed for some time. under the firm nams, of Green &. great wealth. a severe cold, and I believe saved

null be reopened :March 1 and the< "Watson one of the old partners, J. The location of the club building, her life when she was threatened with 30 East Garden Street, Pensacola, Fla. .. --0

good ladies who have been instrumen C. Green, retiring and two new members which rumor has it, will be of the pneumonia." W. D. Wilcox, Logan,
most magnificent architectural design New York. Sold by all druggists.
la! in securing the re-or'ganization of: C. W. 'Parker and E. L. Rees: and elaborate furnishings, will be on 7

this greatly needed institution art entering the business which will an island in Lake Worth-an island SMALL FIRE OCCURRED

now bnsily at work securing funds and henceforth be known as Watson, famous the world, over. YESTERDAY AFTERNOONA

other means necessary for the con Parker & Reese, The ,preliminary plans for this venture We are the Pioneer
I it is reliably stated have materialized small fire occurred yesterday afternoon -
Unued existence of the llomc. I i Mr. Watson and Mr. Reese are boil to the extent that the Ire shortly after 4 o'clock, at the CATARRH1 Coffee Roasters of

They need money more than any.: well known to Pensacolians. Mr, and opposition of the sporting element borne of Charles Dillon on East Zar- West Florida. 11

thing else, but many other thing': Parker is a 9'oung man from Ton already nourishing there, have ragoosa street the roof of which was
such es furniture, dishes, bedding, Gaines, Ga., who i* thoroughly acquainted been aroused an'a I! war announced ablaze: when discovered. The 'fire department FOUL BREATHIf
with the, dry goods an.:! against the new enterprise. This late responded when an alarm
clothing, toys picture books, vegeta. clothing business. ter crowd, it is said have held the from box 21 was sounded, but It required McHIIOH'SBLENDS
I I territory for some years without op- considerable, work upon the You Continually K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant

Medicines. position, and seem to feel that it belongs part of the department to extinguishthe From the Nose Into the Throat If You Have
Afraid,.of Strong to them and that it is the bas blaze. Dripping :
:Many people suffer for years from' est presumption for anyone -else to The roof of the building was badly Foul, Sickening. Breath, That is Catarrh. have no equal. A trial .1 1

rheumatic pains, and prefer to do PC!: come into the field and even suggesta burned, ana) the furniture damagedto will convince the connoisseur -
rather than fake the strong medicines: : division! of the business. considerable extent by -water. CURED THROUGH THE BLOOD BY B. B. B.

SEEDS I usually given for rheumatism nol' This crowd it is reported hero have that we
knowing what quick relief from pail I:i gone so far; as to threat the ,promot To draw the fire out of a burn heala li your breath stopped foul? Do It;you yoor snore rolce at husky night' ? mucus tingling membrane flood or warm and.rich.B.B.B.. purebl00 sends<141rocL a rich, J
la nos make
may be had by applying Chamber I I'lain's ers of the club. that if they open up cut without leaving a scar or to Dalyou your sneezeagreatdeol? Uoyou have ireoneat to the paralyzed nerves mucus membrane no extravagant i
Pain Balm and without taking cure boils, sores, tetter eczema and all paint in the forehead? Dp you hare bone.strength and lust joints where It Riving It needed warmth,and In this and claims. f
internally. For sale bj I' and scalp diseases, use DeWitt's) pains across the eyes? Arc 'oulosing your lasting cure of fc
WHICHSUCCEED any medicine skin : Sense of smell? Is there dropping ia the way making a perfect
all druggists.New. WEARY WOMENLEARN Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for throat Are you losing your sonse of laste catarrh la all its forms

I WEAK, piles. Get the genuine. No remedy bussing Areyongraduallygettingdeaf sounds? Do you havo ringing? Doyauhear la the DEAFNESS Wholesale and RetailGROCERS f
Suits Filed. causes such speedy relief. Ask forDaWitt's you suffer with nausea of the If TOO are gradually growing deafor are at. '
-the genuine. Stomach? I*there a consult bad taste Inthemouthf r J-I.BB..hM( try BotaniaBlood
of deafness
suit filed have a hACklDg cough forms
The following new were CAUSE OF DAILY Do you
THE
txTy at night? Do you take cold partial deafness are caused br ca .
office of the clerk of ucoogh hra ,
yesterday In the have catarrh. in curing catarrh by B B. B.
: easily? If so you
the circuit court: WOES AND END THEM. they will have the place raldM and Catarrh Is oot only dangerous la this thousands of men and women hare had
bill ,death and decay ulbonesloesof l their bearing completely restored. all kinds of Feed
his Anthony ulceratlons and
but U causes
G. E. Anthony TS prosecute them to the full extent of thinking and reasoning power Botanic Itlood Balm(B.D.B.)U pleasant j
for divorce; Avery & Avery, attor ,the law. kills ambition and energy,often c&uualoss and safe to take. Thoroughly tested for Stuffs.Pluto '
When You Buy iieya for plaintiff. When the back aches and throbs. I The new outfit of sports If information of appetite Indigestion general: dyspepsia debUlty.iaiocy raw 3O greolents.yrs. Composed. Strengthens of Fur Weak Botanic Stomachs In-
Josephine Wynn 'vs George Wynn, When housework is torture. I Is correct, have hurled the deft throatand reaches It needs to attention at once. cure J>T ppla. Price 81 per largo bottle. i
Get the Best. divorce: C. H. Alston, attor crowd and that andlnsanlty. Take its directed. If not cured when
bill for When night brings no rest nor sleep. back at the old say Care) it .b7 is"aqutckraadical.ipermanent right quantity Is taken,money refanded. Water .
It's the Cheapest in the End. ny for plaintiff. John Jones, bill When urinary disorders set in. they can cause as much ratting as cure(B.B.B.because) It It rids the system 01 the potIOn Sample Sent Free. by writing Blood BalmC.AtlantaOs. ,
Theresa Jones vs. Women's lot is a weary one. any one and threat to have It done that cause catarrh. Blood BairnB.B.B Deaerib. your trouble
divorce C. H, Alston attorney "even muscle or bat germs the blood, doe away with and special free medical advice So Suit
for : strain a .
There is a way to escape these i they' ) purities.giving.trenathtntbeen !re von CM*. n'.'.. ..nt la sealed letter.
for plaintiff.P. woes.Doan's. ac eye.This. ever-.ymptom. and Retail. +
of Geo. P ------- --- -- -- Wholesale
K. Yonge, for the'use Kidney Pills cure such' ills. appears to be as far as the ---- --- -
; TS. Rachael Taylor, oil'for but if the
Wenthftorth progressed war
matter has
landreth's ejectment: S.. Pasco,: Jr., attor cola.Have cured women here in Pensa- 14 il not amicably settled there promisesto New Orleans Grocery Co. t'
t ? LE1
.. the beach '
hey for plaintiff This is one Pensacola woman's tes be much doing up way 1oYouTeQui'the
timony. and the outcome will bs watched with :
an old saying: Jas. McHugh
hies, groceries, eta.. will be very ac Mrs. Martha A. Stephens 'residingat \Vh8n Interest.thieves There's fall out there is h-1 'It's 10 to 1 you do U you are a victim l'
I SOS E. Gadsden street, says: I have
New !
Crop ceptable.The to pay." This phrase Is apparently of malaria. Phone 105. Proprietor.
Pills I
friend of
officers of the association ar been a Doan's Kidney to present to the Palm l
applicable
I always 'recommend Don't Do It. It's Danfferooc. --
for a long time and -- -------
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as follows; Beach gamblers.Chamberlain's .
President Mrs. "Win fisher I them to every one I hear complaining ,W 0'11 admit it will core malaria, but it leaves
Just Received. First Vice President Mrs. W. A of backache or kidney ills of Cough Remedy theMother1 Almost deadly after effects.HERBINE. i OOD
any kind. This remedy has been used
Blount. Favorite.
Second Vice :'Presdent-Mrs. O. V, in my family off and on for years and All kinds that you want.
the pills have never been found want- The soothing and healing properties I.
Thompson. kSiney,medicine of this remedy ita pleasant!! taste !
Secretary Mrs, "A'. McK. Oerting ing to anyone requiring a have OAK AND PINEcheaper
No hesitate about going and p'I'm3.Dent-cures
= J. M Flinn. one need and prompt gmirnnteed
Treasurer Mrs. everf. vegetable and absolutely
These ladies desire 'coptributionswhich :, to Kahn's drug store,,corner of I made It a favorite with people is purely malaria. sick headache, UbousneM, than you can buyIt
W. A. O'Alemberte can be paid monthly for the:I Romaaa and Palafor 'Sts. for Doan's, where. It Is especially prized by to cure all stomach,kidney and liver complaint' anywhere. Any size you
ao/l no mattes'I Kidney PiUs for they will not be. disappointed mothers of small children, for colds! and
support of tie 'home' rvceived "" in the results obtained. For croup and whooping cough, as It always TRY'IT TO-DAY. want.
1 Druggist and Apothecary, how small ,it will be to the gratefully operating;, sale by all dealers. Price 50 'c nts.I affords quick relief, and as it Bottle. AllDrMtfUts. I.
Cents a. SEWELL
ani applied 50 E. G.
': the' institution- Foster-Mllburn Co.. BuffalO New York: contains no opium or other harmful
Telephone 109. expenses of' the president ,. sole agents for the United States. drug It may be given as confidently
to "
121 South Palafox Street. Donations, Mrs. Fishw may' be' -or sent' to the secretary -.I take Remember no other.the name-Doan'a- -, and. to all a druggist baby as to an adult.' For 'sate,by ALL,OR UGGISTS. Phone 614.

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iN1 ri ta4t PEOPLE and EVENTS i -HARD- ROAD I I 7TKkdItsitScattered ;



TWELFTH 'STREET FROM NINTH to the four winds cf heaven !

I.! Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go,' Come and a AVENUE TO TWENTIETH AVE. Bottom out Not -a whole price left in our

store-all.due to our monster

: Tarry & Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. | :; : NUE BEING CONVERTEDINTO


I : g BEAUTIFUL Odd and End Sale !

.- I* By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. % DRIVEWAY

axssi ax KX \ s:: : m We are cutting, slashing and resorting to the

ff fIBft: The city Is building eleven blocks most,desperate methods within our powerto

of bard road on Twelfth street. ei- reduce our stock. As we again tell
ELOUNT-STURTEVANT The Journal's Daily Fashion ,Feature BREAKFAST FOODS. tending from Ninth avenue to Twentieth you
t WEDDING RECEPTION. ALL WINTER WEIGHT FOOTWEAR
Breakfast is the most' j important a avenue or rather up to Bay View
II Pensacola society was much in evi- meal ofthe, day so let .'ark.. This road ib thirty feet wid MUST GET OUT. So come, but come
.. dence last night;; in Christ thnrch to it b* good C and graded and drained in such a
witness' the marriage ceremonj which I Ralston's Rrcakfast.FOfl.1.l5C manner as will insure to east Hill quick to take advantage of the ODD AND

:: made Miss Mary Elizabeth Blount. ker's'Oat Meal .* ..10c residents and all other rensacola resident END PRICES.
;iiL i laughter of Mrs 1")1." Blount ul Clacked Wheat. .. ..15c [ *, a'sood driveway through one
," I
ak Ala tho wife of Mr.Carles I
? Grove.
q Cream of Wheat. .,.15c of the cIty's prettiest bections.Tnj.lfth .
:: A. Sturtevant. of Mr amiMrs
son
H A. Sturtevant of Kuhla. Ala Grape Nuts, .. .. .. .. .13c:; street is really one hun MEYER SHOE COMPANY
of Christchurch .. .:.! Puffed Rice,. .. .. .0.. ,.10c dred feet wide, but directly ii the ,
Whale rector
Jlev H
i/ f P. > And many others. center of it a row of oak trees has 102 5.. Palafox St. Feet Furnishers For Folks.
fr celebrated the im.ire-sue; ,
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been planted, and the- road which is
ceremonial which took place at S
:
.ROSENAU GERELDS being built is on tae: north side of the h- .
o'clock.
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however, -
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trees In years to come,
-r'. b- The bridal procession was a verv ,Ot : The Fancy Grocers, when that section ii built up and the' -

-, c. r t pretty*>n girls one,Mm pic-ceded Marjorie by the\onge four::; and rib ; Phone 391. Penaacola. road is opened on each 'siJd and the

liss Miriam lollnt! Miss Carrie I oaks in the center have grown to a 1EMtTh LAP1
Blount and MI-s Margaret a\is. in (qfit\\\\\\\\\ ,fair height, this will probably be the

dainty frocks, followed by Miss Margaret : ; ; ;%;; ,-prettiest, street in this city.
Brown of Citronelle. Ala. and '; : The road is as straight as an arrow E. HI IAWRCHCC PrnprIaSaP; No 8 Want Ra
t Jlr. Ellis Davis of Oak Grov'?, Ala. PIANOS AND ,ORGANS. ; with the surface rounded so as to .
and throw off all,water from heavy rams, -- -
Oak
Miss Sara Davis of Grove CASH -
OR EASY TERMS.
i \ Mr. Henry Yonge of Pensacola. All Piano, Work Guaranteed. "lIt is a pretty piece of work, anJ: was WOMAN AND FASHION

-.. Mis Messenger of Oak Grove and CLUTTER ... RUSHING, : done under the'supervision of J. A. IRK11i
I
r Mr. McColm "Vonge of Pensacola. te 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. $ Daw. who has employed a gang of ? BALLS
Miss Willis of Pensacola ana? Mr. ) I' ," whiie men to do the work.A. Far iathfal Figures.The
476.
'Slatfjew L. Davis. Jr,. of Oak Grove. ( j :1 g PHONE. !"l L V CJubbs has generously agreedto least elaborate shirt waists are

4 ; the maids all gowned in $her white $ $$ I donate the clay for the road and best for youthful wearers, and the one Feb. 26

--, frwith, : Pink girdles and carrying pink } after its completion the road will be shown Is recommended torts excellent and 27at

i carnations. : \,. <'. : finished with a heavy layer of clay shaping and ease of construction. The
\ 'airs. Peter A. Buck of St Louis. : function and the afternoon was most i which will make it a ,very good and

!Mo, matron of honor advanced alone I ; enjoyably spent together, durable drheway.

p ;t | handsomely gowned in lace trimmed : f; That night Mrs. Cohen gave a card I I The resident of East Hill are very C. K. of A. Hall.Barrios'
,-, :with white ,peau de soie. : ; part on her own account to celebrate! enthusiastic over the new road and .
;_ ; Master Philip Buck of St. Louis the day. serving delightful refresh are loud_in their praise of the present Full
J tearing the kneeling pillow. ':: '; ments after the game. I major and his administration.It Orchestra.
3 [ The bride leaning upon the arm of The euchre prizes were beautifulMrs. is their intention to appeal to the
All Are
Invited.
t I ;j her distinguished uncle Hon WilliamA. Greenhut winning ,the first a :: city for fotfr. more blocks, which, will _
Blount of Pensacola She wa4 i I
cut glass bowl Mrs. Edwin Forecheim
connect Twelfth and Sixteenth streets.
I. : #
robed in white silk net over white Visitors Especially Welcome.
er the boQby a hand painted placque,
and The idea is to get the city to put clayon
Bilk, with lace upon the corsage and Migj Pfeiffer of Cincinnati the .1
the four blocks of Twentieth avenue Right reserved to
skirt. eject
4 sleeves;! and a flounce on the guest, a pretty ornament.
which extends from Twelfth to
veil fastened to
Her long tulle was objectionable parties.
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k
r -
her hair with a pearl sunburst the; : Sixteenth streets. This will make a .
BAPTIST!
LADIES
gift of the bridegroom. I perfect belt, where vehicles, 'bicycles, ( __ .
--LI Too !
w -' i The briQlgroom' Mr Sturtevant. and MEET THIS AFTERNOON.The automobiles etc. will have a perfect I 3an.to:
his best man }[r. Benjamin C. Davis Missionary Society of the Bap-- road on which to travel
r h : of Oak Grove. Ala., awaited the ,bridea tist church will mest this afternoonat The thrift and enterprise of the Floor Manager.

f a* the foot of the chancel where the 3.30:: with .Mrs. Lurton" 818 North East Hill settlers is a matter of won
jt : : b-autlful betrothal service took plac Payltn. d#r., These people have not only dons

3frIt It After the betrothal they followed everything to build that section up,

ff ; L M the rector to the inner chancel the cL4J Mrs.allory Kennea!;'. accompanied but they have beautified their premises GRAND BALLI
:-t maids lined" up on the bride's right bv her mother rs R. II. Logan left and before long East Hill will bed
iiiZ:! ? and the men on tb% left, preceding Monday night for Salem. Va., where veritable Garden of E en. \

r1.-k the pillow bearer and the. matron of she was called bv;..jthe. ,dath< of her at
1 honor with )Ir. Blount brother :Mr. John Lee Logan. Martha Washington Tea. ,

1 At the recess: chancel rail Jar I The Ladies' Missionary Society of ''i 111 Fort Barrancas
::4 ? B'ount, stepping to the left of thel EMPIRE HOUSE GOWN 'IN HENRIETTA.The Joe '
Mr. Burke 1 has returned f'omI the Presbyterian church will give a ,
r fcride. whose veil] had b"en, lifted b'j| his vacation trip. 9,1* Martha\ Washington T.a In the church Friday Feb. 23.]
I the matron of honor who th"n retired, empire mode which made iuchi(I material of this gown is a robin's) egg I I Evening,
.
I a furore fo! Itself in the winters coat'' blue Henrietta. I ;- parlors Thursday, from 5 to 9 p, m
The full skirt is gatn. .
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stt slightly;! to the rear gently placed Special dummy will IEaht' 'tat
!
hor hand in the clergv'man's> who in line is this:, season to Ciiaractenze the1![r erej;} to the short waist, the fullness]' [; Miss ,Agne' Bonlfav has returned! There will be a free will offering of I 8 o'clock. returning after
th '
( dance
-z': turn placed it in the hand of the house dress. Its lines are extremely i of which over the bustl.ne is attainedby [':from a visit to her! cousin Mrs., Chas Iver, also a "sale of souvenirs. Be is ove at 12 o'clock.

t i- bridegroom, impressively pronouncing graceful and becoming alike to the I the box pleats, three in each front,' Williams In Quintette- Fla. sure to take one "back' home" with Tickets on sale on train
j them husband} and wife. tall and short woman. The full skirt I stitched for a short distance below r' ;jou. 2t Admission 50
cents.
Ladies free
gathered or pleated into the short I(I the shoulder 11 I Palmes the fourteen old son
? Leaving the altar in the order of en seam. The revers anti .. years I GIRL.n@w No charge for car.
;-I t'ance except that the bridegroom waist, is always cut long, that i-, en simulated collar are of cream lace i! ofIr.. a.ndfrs.: A. Fl Kelly, who I SETS WAIST FOB
4; e'-oor'el his bride. and Mr Blount eicort : tralna at least six' or seven inches,'I entre deux edged with a tolack:velvet I' was' shot on Thanksgiving. *ncel 1 1'I MEN ARE POWERLESSTo shirt waist shows a smaller sleeve
4'- !'d the matron of honor, the bridal and sleeves are invariably short. As baby: ribbon. the elbow puff sleeve J which time his 'rE' ot'err': has neces and no blonsmg at the waist line. The'
) party drove to the residence of the I to the neck, that may be high or low I banded in a similar manner and finIshed sarily been slow, underwent a surgle.a Fight'Against Disease Unless They tucks on the shoulder in front supply! FOOT BALL GAME
_I I "ides uncle and aunt )Ir. and Mrs as the wearer prefers, or as in this with a frill of wide matching'I operation Tuesday: and the physl Strike at the Underlying Cause.
-c T*, K. Yonge where a large reception instance the neck is cut in a hgh! *1. lace. A broad black velvet ribbon clans predict, he will beout in thirty To treat Dandruff, ann! Falling hair an extra fullness, not unbecoming to
:ii ; >n'as bold. V and fitted .with a chemisette which ties about the waist and finishes with,'Ga; >s. with irritants or oils on which a para youthful fijum. whilethe tapering between

The reception hallwas) in ferns. may be omitted at. anti The loops, ani long ends at the left side. .. sitic germ will prosper is like scooping lines given by the tucks in the back are
ilk palms, and \vines, the two libraries in I Mrs. John Oliver' oldest child water from the ocean to preventthe very piealng'! trect..oTb'e. front may PENSACOLAand
white and except the win tide from rising.
green. bay Gerald and her baby nnie", are
I close beneath the box plait or with a
-J I dow recess' in ths eat library which ing room which was tastefully decorated Lorange. Chas. Villar. Mr. Ward Mr!I very Ill, th,:>ir condition being: so serious You.jCannot accomp'ish'! a satisfactory:
had a n'ainty touch of palo roe pink v.th; vivid red flowers glowing In! Anderson Mr. Pate and others. that Mr. 'Oliver has been wired cure without having a right understanding hem. Any seasonable material may be

I just back of antI over the bridal beds and garlano;, of rnert.h:; ta -+- I and is expected home from New York of the fundamental- causes used In the development of the design. FT. BARRANCAS, ,
i1'ht. I couple who received their friends ble having a high centerpiece of the TWELVE FRIENDS whArf he has been on business for the of 'the troublo For the medium size three yards of

; there.Th. red flowers tinder a canopy effect' of SURPRISED MRS. COHEN. past ten da>'.. You must kill the dandruff germ. thirty-six inch material are.needed. benefit
I flower starred garlands draped from Newbro's Herpicide, do,,-s this because -
maids and ushers assisted' by Twelve lady friends conspired together -, '
i;' a merry group of the brides girlfriends th-! chandelier to the corners of the and gave Mrs\ A. M. Cohen I Mrs E D. Anderson's friends will it is specially made to ao. that CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION

and cousins served in the din- table. the birthday'surprise of her life Tuea-I be )gratified to learn that she is im- very thing. flowto Wear a Far. *
The drawing room was given up to aay' afternoon. They met at the residence ,I pioving and will be able to b, up in a When the erm U removed the Although the', slender snakelike fur
; the display of bridal gifts which not of Mrs Dave Levy and each few dajs. hair has no choice but to resume neck piece sometimes called a scarf; is pt Electric Park,

: j I -- only ornament but practically filled' carried a box of refreshments Frontthere health growth and beauty. Just as popular as: 'ever, those who follow -
the room. Among various chests and'I *'I) stroj' the cause, jou remove the 22
they went to Mrs. Cohen's resi Mr. A. C. B.nklev left Wednesday Paris fashions are not wearing it Thursday, February ,
; odd pieces and sets of silver, ''were denc9 214 We"t Garden previously arranging morning for Jacksonville! and various effect" '
! 4H FOR i HMiip rar., old piecefamilj' heirlooms ;: to have her called to a other places in Florida on business. For sale 1 lIy W A. D'Aleniberte, with one end slung: over the shoulder on arrival 3 o'clock car.

one ehony hanal'd; squat neighbor's.One druggist and apothecary. 121 South: any more. Instead they employ it as
I f b a perl coffee kettle from Mdme De Palafox street, or: send IOn In "stamps Admission, 50c.
I of the ladies!!' familar with the .V verplasant dinner party was simply as possble! both ends dangling
I : Rivier being particular! quaint arrangements of the home soon managed ", given this \Ve"k by Mr. and Mrs. Rtt for sample to The Heipicide Co. betoit down in front One good thing about -----,---
RECEPTIONS ,i )fr. Sturtevant and his bnd loft 01 to admit. the the entire part, Robinson in th"ir beautiful home on Mich.Nick's. the
present fad is that the.costly strip
the midnight train for Chicago; and in an incredibly short time Mrs Lake View Ave. There are few private CAKE
I Whaton, Jacksonville and other' Cohen's dining room was a plctur"H libraries in the country excll- -- of sable or other fur isn't half as likely

\ places In Illinois where the will visit I >r china, cut glass and ...i1.ergraE'tl : ing that of Mr. Robinson:: whose d', to be stolen or' lost for under. the
ANDPARTIES his relatives then go to St Louis the table whereon enticing' luxe editions and choice illustrated Buffet and old, system, unless .a restraining hookor and

'I before taking up their residence in luncheon was daintily awaftins: her] works of the masters are rare advant- pin anchored It,. it often slipped
Oak Grove, 'Ala: leturn from the neighlnirb's.. When REPS; in entertaining The guests wec,
i Restaurant and lost to its original own
away was SALAD
}Sturte-vant's traveling suit I she entered! her home-which she; ad I )!r. and )11':'. A. a Rinkl" and thejr GHiCKENSALE
: was a vrj' becoming grej with tasteful loft such a few minutes previously I gne-t Mrs. A. C. IV>wl;::s of Boston er. Now that tbe fur meets in front
'
- I I accessories. anti l found it en fete with a f.'rizeu! >iasw., and the R" C. 1*. Hall. Is f&e only place of its and its ends hang down evenly it maybe
-+- friend in possession and herself the V 1I r4incl in Fenacola, Intact clasped together: under the chin,
your refreshments ; SPECIAL SERVICE FORWOMAN'S honoree of tho banqu't, her surprise l! Mrs. Eugene Arl>oua. Mrs. ken I.e Itis thus preventing having it snatched
AUXILLIARY. quite repaid the ladies. !I Baron 3nlloung daughter Miss '
ii should be selected I The; Right Revrrrni' Kdwin Gardner 'I for New Oi'Jl ,> awar. 24
The entire affair was a bsautifn!Olivia leave to-day noon A Pride to Saturday Feb. ,
I with an eye to \\eed will hold a special (communion j -ana where they will enJoy Mardi j jI ,
I
service Friday morning at 11 o'clock in -- .---- I Baton Roug-
visiting in
later
Gras: at
: quality and excel- St Katharine Ej\i copal church for COFFE vs. COLLEGE. for ;"veral weeks. Pei1sa oIa. $50 REWARD
,; % lence as well as the two local branches -of Chri-,1 .
Gerelds
special suitability church and of St. Katharine-:of theVoman's Student Had to Give Up Coffee. Beautiful\ blue cards are out for a I Larger cities cannot llosenau &
.
Auxiliary.There Blu Domino ball at the:' Progress'
to the occasion will be a large congregation: Som people are app-urntlj I Immune Club Wednesday' night. Feb 28 1 boast of a better equ:ppei by the
itself.Kennedy's hut all who are interested are cordialh to coffee poisoning -if jou; 'are not, 1 place The service Is the '
P Invited to attend this special Nature will tell ou so in the aihnentsjthe ,1!! Mr. and Mrs Karnest Ptterfen.Mfcrmerlj best that can be! had Daughters of the Confederacy.

foT\'lre. sends a* warnings And I II Miss Lily Guttman who are ; : The procetds wilj) )go to the Sol,Hers'
I you get a warning, heed it or jou get; just now being delightfully feted 'In Nick 'Apostleropt'r ,Home in Jacksonville

: : Biscuits, I' MESSRS. MES/ER. McNAIR I I hurt, sure. A )'oungcullege student. Loiusvill% Ky.. are expected horn; In I -5
!ENTERTAIN
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FRIENDS. writes from New York: A few da8prohablv Saturday evening -
"' Mr. .", 1>, Messcr anj Mr. G. W, ''1 had been told frequently that,coffee '- -from their, honeymoon trip -
I- Wafers and Cakes McNafr entertained quite a number,, was injurious to me, and if I had A GOOD CARRIAGE.When .

[ of their friends most pleasantly front tot been told the! almost constant Mrs. Frank-G Rcnshaw has two'attractive ; *'*.
- .event to twelve at their home on,.headaches with which I began to suf- guests who arrived Wednesday rO you want a g(5Ytar, ." .'
are an evidence of West La Rau street I j I I fer after using it for several! )' I! morning for the carnival ieas- n.1 Oysters to Fry, prompt treatment service remember and saf'at the original* ''a'

refined taste After many Interesting i games : the state of lethargic mentality which : One- is her cousin Miss Fitzgerald:: ,
and
music and dancing had been enjoyed I,1''graatially I came upon me to hinder m2 Richmond... daughter of lion. \ViI': HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE.

good breedingeverywhere. the guests wore I invited into the diningI in" rov studi s. the general lassitude! Ham FitzgeraW. Virginia railroad com Oysters to stew, outers on i PHONE 185.

You where delicious refreshmentswere and indisposition to any, sort of effortiwhich i missions, and the other l is also 'Mis*I the half shell oysters for ev ?r)'. I It founded in 1892:! and II oareputation : a
, daintily served. {J I }possessed me, ought to have i iI Ftzflerald niece 5f the) railroad commission thing except to burn. and we ( was find careful' .*r
need not be ashamed I I Those present who expressed themselves -!I been sufficient warning. But .I dlsre-'!' sr. don't burn them. I WARRANT for the 'arrest of this wo-. and the for best polite informed cabmf 'HI

to serve refreshments (I as having enjoyed the evening gardsd them till my physician told me' I man. She Is, about 36 )'ears of age,;, ers the Following are the mf'lJl'!: "
I were: Mr. and Mrs F. P. Me ser: 'a few months ago that I must give up!' The announcement that :Miss:\ Genevieve weighs 135 IIounds,.thick. dark hair city.

to your Mr.\ and Mrs G. W ,McNair; Mr. and ,coffee or quit college I could hesitat!; Parkhill, daughter of :Mr.:\ Jira The Kandy Kitchen : high forehead. brown eyes five feet and their hack numbers,V:_ J egt.'t.:::
So'oman No
1.
friends at anytime Mrs. O. Q. McNair; Mr. and Mrs. cJ no longer, and at once,abandoned cof-i I tics Parkhlll of the 'supreme bench high., wears No.: 6 shoes, ,upper teeth'' A. M. ; J C w ,'
Stewart Mr. and D. No. 5: J. Stallworth, I'io. 7; .
Mrs. Morton fee. for the
; ; !
been selected as sponsor filled and
has
gold
one-crowned :
t when you have ; Mrs Ada1e WiU\ ams., Mrs. Roberts,I J 1 "On the advice of a friend I began I Florida Division U. C. ,... at the is'-the place to get a first class j: has long fingers with round tooth.nails.She I rls, No 8; S. Sunday,Abde'coflK Jr.. !:N"'H. ( 'So,

t- this make to select Mn Cook. Mr. and Mrs Jas. Bovetti. i to drink Postnm Food Coffee and rejoice national reunion in April, will meet lunch at any' time of the day. j: Plump of figure and
L from. I Misses Ada Roberta Marguerite and to tell you that with the drug of f, wkh general approbation throughout Ham and Eggs, Fish Fine 1 maiden name was Thompson which' 15: R. J. Parker No. 18; 1 ''""
Clara: Hunter, Hattie and Viola Bax- coffee removed and, the healthful!I the state and is of especial interest Steaks Hot Tea. Coffee Chocolate !name' she has possibly assumed. old. No 21; S. Bibbs. No :!Ii Xo .I I'I
: strom. Nora and Hattie Fleming Han properties of Postum in its 'plac.. I I to society here in her!! old home. Milk. King Priscus will 'Wire sheriff at DeFunlak terson. No. 30.; A. J BraswtH ,..at"riages.
I Springs, !' !
r nab Chestnut Viola Sim- All the above are nice, c'os
Mary and was soon relieved of all] my ailments dine here. Florida; $25:! ,00 reward, for the child
: nions. Ruby Stevens Mellie Morton The headaches and nervousnes disappeared Mrs. A. M. McMillan's party of Hot Rolls and Biscuits, Dough :I Fisher Monroe Douglas ThU !.
Pre
I WIHi: > Tiller Sintha Rosique Mary entirely,-strength came backto house guests for the carnival festivities nuts and Coffee every morning Florence Wood, kidnapped him woman.from Signed3., STALLWORTHBy -
f Sol Gaiin & Co. Ellen Beal, and Eugenia Roberts. AI, me, and my complexion which had l arrived last evening in order to af 5 o'clock. ': Freeport. Fla. theTiight of September C. H TAYLOR Sec and Tres--! S

60 Messrs.: Jack and Harold Bonifay, been very very bad, cleared up beau attend the tea at Mrs McMillan's this 6th. 1903. 'The,child fs 6 -
I Cleave Roache. Jack and Tom Ben-i tlfully. Better than all. J. D. Lamarof I years oU.1
. my mental( evening They are Mrs. fair skin light hair_ ,tas upper forest| NOT IN THE TRUST'
The Pure Food Store Eon. Frank Stewart, Oliver Fisher,1{faculties were toned up and became (Plaintain, Ala. Mrs E. H. Gouldof ,I teeth rotted off; very plump weight! When you want a first class rub'''"
Ben How's. ,Henry Weatherly, iloeMsrlin. !more vigorous than ever, and I Mrs. D T. !
f I now Montgomery Ala., antf 50 pounds; chuIdJ' Out! I'C
about 'very bright
tired carriage, ring us ur-
Jessie! I'I
F Southwest Corner Palates' Intendencli I Simmons Arthur! I feel that no course of study would be Williams of Milton I paid both na! '
Stevens Eug Joe .. Expenses ways delivering riages are all new and first I'S
ne Grant. Marble too difficult for me. Name given by andy I ,'J''
I aOn'I I I child to Dt'Fl1nlak.Springs.. Fla.. In addition respect our drivers are
}
every ;

Archie Campbell. Arthur Finingim.
Phones { 8 Postum Co., Battle Creek; Mich.There's Have yoU tried Blue! : Ribbon Vanll' to the $25 reward.II and Hackmen'sI Jxeha-! I''I
I John and Alex Chestnut, Jas. Stewart I I ful polite.
a reason. Read :the. little la? AbsQlutely pure. %oe twice as 104 S. 1 A DOUGLAS. ; ,
M4.GOLDSTUCKER
Washington Tucker, Edward Mc book, "The Road to W llvllle." In I far'and'gives desserts the "Blue Ribjion Father of I telephone PropS.w.
I the BROS
= Nw'ra! Grant. M. 4, Piaz. Aubrey pkgs. child II U".
Flavor" '' I ''
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THURSDAY MORNING? FEBRUARY 22, '1906
PAGE SEVEN
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LESLIE E. BROOKS FORE]! REAL ESTATE I

., ,
Tie Yoursel.to a Portionof .* .: 'M, HOOTON & WATSON.Successors
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD .
: SAFE INVESTMENT
RENTS COLLECTED. # ::7.; to Thos. C. Watson 6 Ca.
'V ? MONEY

Mother Earth. LOANED. ,V V :' Desirable, of"Usa Judgment a reasonable but put amount your Leading Real. Estate, Rental and Insurance- Agency


money in property."

'Become a land Ownej You'll find It easier than $800.00 : Two-Story Our list of properties Includes some< List of Desirable Property for Sale.

think. :\e. have helped 'others you for ba..1 of the best propositions both for Investment
four
,and' can.help-you lots on North lUll A and A desirable piece of property on Palafox street; a splendid
home
gain at title figure. Brick 'Buil4ing'Palafox'Street them it you don't purposes.see advertised Investigate -- Investment; must go at once..... .... .... .... .... ..$10,000.00
$1500.00 Seven dwellings and a dwelling and store building with very
what
V you want call and No
see us. <
Start With a Lot at V trouble to show near half a block of ground. situated on a very des'.rab'e corner
,will buy 3d by 125 feet with :3 houses between property. near business district; a splendid investment. .. .. .. ..$6300.00

renting for $216.00 per year. This and Intenden- $500000 Very desirable quarter of block on North 11111, convenient to

Beach Haven will net nore than 10 per cent. Better Romana Elegant Email home on North Hill. street car line.. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .. .. ... .$5600.00One
investigate cia streets., east front, beautiful interior finish of the most desirable building lots on North Hill front- *

$4500.00. :' polished hard wood floors, gas and< log south, near car line, on corner, 100 by 150, for a few days $3700.00
MUST-BE SOLD AT ONCE !I' electric lights; ; only a few more daysat Desirable two story new dwelling on corner with four lots on
The Ideal suburb. Big advance In price for a piece of property 70 by 150, one this price. North Hill.-.. .. .. ....$3700.00

Ittacu. holds a deed for Pensacola dirt. we sdj'himPensacola block, from Palafor, rentin'g for $540( For particulars apply toMcDavidHyer $4500.00 I Two story dwelling with large lot on West .Gregory street;

per year. goal neighborhood. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .... .$3250.00Comfortable
I
100 Per Cent Profitto One of the prettiest homes. on East, one story dwelling on tDeVIlliers street near

be made in vacant lots. East or] Company Hill, near car 1'ne. with all convem- Garden 'street, with large lot,..... .... .... .... .... .. .$ 25O.00
Wen Ends at ences large lot. 11 nenty-flve lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets splendid -

I New York $2000.00 I investment, for a few days only.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$327500
Investment $1.00 Cash and 50 cents per Week. I: Life Agents Insurance Company. Two story 8 room house bath cor: The north half of block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137

I Company 204, % S. Palafox St. Fisher! Building. nw lot fronting? car line No. 1201 N.i feet six inches each; one block from electric car line, and on

--- 8 E. Government 'Street.r ,Davis St. 1 Havana Square. .. .. .. ...... .... .... ..:. .. .. ....$2000.00
a. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager.W. Two story dwelling.at No. 1005; North Davis street, with large
$1750.00
H. KNOWLES President For SaleFOR Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. j lot.! .; .... .., .................. .... .... .... .... .. ..$2000.00Six
R. ?.SIMPSON Secretary. }. Neat little cottage corner lot, fronts; room, story and a half dwelling with two acres of groundin

J. E. STILLMAN! V..Pres. an:! Gen. Hunger. KNOWLES DYER, Trcuurcr. SALE Two good combination car ]lIne East Hill lot 80x132.: western suburbs. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1200.00

Rael Estate loans General Investments. horses and two good mules.. Will INHALE WILSON &' CO. $1900.00 V TWO desirable building lots on East Jackson street, SO by 132
sell together separately., Apply to 6 room cottage; corner 10th avenue feet six inches, fronting south, convenient to car line..S 575.00
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola. Florida. E. G. Sswell, 403 N. Reus, phone 614 and 23rd street, includes 5 lots. Two story- dwelling on East D?Leon street with large lot..$ 850.00
iSfebiwFOR REAL ESTATE Comfortable one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620

j- --- ________ $1750.00 North Coyje street. .. .. ........ .... .... .... .... ......$ 800.00
S\LE Barred Plymouth Rochcockere's 17 lots north R R. St. splendid In- Two cottages' on West Zarragossa street. splendid renting property -
-- -- -- RENTS AND LOANSWe
--- ready for_ yard $1.50 tc i-estm nt. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... $125000
MOVERS GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET $3: 15 eggs $UjO; thirty 250. Mrs $1800.00 Money to Joan; in amounts of $100000 and up at ;;;e-.p; cent
Corner Government and Aicaniz Streets. Phone 718. Lizzie B. Hughes, Chip'ey. .fla.14feblm have the following special bargains Interest

Western and Native Meats of thc finest quality. Everything that Is in very desirable real estate fora East Six H room,11. south cottage front, bath and toilet,i Those having prop rty. desiring V to sell same would find It to ther!

knl' in a first-class market.. TYPEWRITERS keep on hand fur few days only. advantage to place same in our hands as we have disposed of about
.11 pounds Granulated Sugar. $1.00. 20 pounds of Nice Clean Rice sale The Fox, Underwood. Smith SPECIAL BARGAINS. I $1203.00 $300,000 worth in the past 60 days. If yo;i have funds to loan consultus.

.$1 Fancy Country Syrup, 35c per gallon. Honey in the comb or Ex'of Premier and Blickensderfer Typewrit 1 2 lots In "bk70( New City. 80x137 Neat! little cottage 2 lots, on corner! If you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want fire insurance -

-.t.. Honey. Give me a call I will show you how to save money. ers. Sold on easy terms or rented. ftet, on car line .. .. .. .. _. $400.00 Fisherville ; or if you want to buy a piece of property and don't know wao
A. McD. MOVER. Phone 718. All makes of machines cleaned and 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads owns same, consult us. V

repaired. Work guaranteed. Phone den street .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 1000.00 I Money to loan on real estate and

380. F. B. Bruce, 28 East Govern- 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New .property insured. -

HELP WANTED Wanted ment. 14febla City. .. .. .. ;.. .. .. ..- .. 1000.00 * HOOTON&WATSON ,
One 5-room house with bath and List your property with us for quick I
MAN AXTED-to manage and work WANTED-500. couples to attend the FOR SALE.-10 room house corner sewer connection, gas in every room; sale. PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

farm. Will pay wages or work on two balls .February 26 and 27 at C., lot 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x nice neighborhood.! If taken at I

chares o mIl s from city at Oakfield. K. of A. hall. Barrio's Orchestra. 192 on car line. For particulars inquire SInce, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.45000 L S. BROWN & CO -
fa)! !IS E. Garden St.. city. 2Gfebiw'WkNTEDMass 20feblw s of Standard Clothing Co. 9Jan 6 houses in block 17, West King --

attendant aboard WANTED-A fat male ] FOR SALE.-Improved and unimprv.ed Tr .ct. renting $30.00 per month. Will Theisen Building.
young donkey in all of lend $2,000.00 of necessary, .. $2600.00 LANDSHave
the
property parts city.J. FARMING
the U. S. S. Vixen. Apply on board Apply at Fisher Real Estate Agency. -: Timber lands
these propositions are bar- ---- -- ---
of
shIp. 20feblw'TV'NTED : A. Wilson &. Co., Real Estate Agents All
20feb
Room 7. Salisbury baildmg. Phone gains ajd will be held open for a few For Sale.FOR
-A goo cook at once. Apply WAr\TED-First: class saw mill man, 172. 23jan c ays onl. doubled in value in short

:22: E. Garden. ISfeblw competent to construct, operateand Excellent! warehouse location. on time. V
manage email mill is open for FOR SALE.-':If you have ?8,000 to In- railroad track very cheap. SALE.-One tank and wind mill No f fluctuation in prices but a steady; For SaleWe
\\TED-Three short goods solid position cither as partner or cut by vest in a saw mill proposition worth Good 8 per cent mortgages! on hand. for gale by.J. C. Pebley.22feblw' 'increase.A .

tors. Solomon Furniture Co. Sfel the thousand. Address P. 'O, >Boa $10.000 write Lock Box 26, DeFuniak Best kind of investments. FOR SALE OR RENT-House- -containing market,in here for all products.

WA.-"TED-lIanager for branch offlc; 319. city. 'SOfeblw( Springs I'la. This will stand the Property in all parts of city, vacantor four rooms and ball on Jordan Buy now and realize.large profits. _
we wish to locate here in Pensacola closest estimation and the first'man improved, wanted/and for sale. street Palafox. Rent $8.00
WANTED-A man with a few thou- with the money gets It. No time to near
\ddress. with references. The Morris 30 S. Palafox St. month. Address T. Newell R. F. D. FOR SALE have them. Several splendid,
Wholesale House Cincinnati, Ohio. sand dollars to invest in a specialty waste with agents or triflers 24Jaa I '
Una of lumber manufactories. Address Phone 234. .No 1, City. 22feb large and small turpentine locations,
;reb1m. FOR SALE.-One choice block on top farm 11 miles north on Saw Mills and Saw mill locations. .
_L,_care Journal.'Utebl w. FOR SALE!-Five' room house on4O 400 acre ,
of the ridge east ofthe electric acres of good land suitable for truck Brent.road and on L. & N. 350 acres! Some excellent bargains in large)

WANTED WANTED-Party with a few' hundred railway, between 7th and 8th streets. FOR SALE garden: on P. & P. R. R, 5% miles of best timber land in Escambla coun. and small traits of round and boxed
dollars wishes to purchase an Inter- Nautre has favored this section and it I from 'Pensacola. Call on or address ty. Excellent soil; produces 30 bushels timber lands.

est In paying business of any kind. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. Beach Haven, the coming .burbOI Mrs. I*. E. Henricks. Millview, Pta corn to acr A bargain. Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
KODAKERS, get Kauffman's prices! Address Investment care Journal. FOR SALE-House at Gouldmg. on PeIls! ola. Extensive improvementsto 22feblw* 200 acre farm, two story house on and Hardwood lands.

for developing and: finishing. nest IGfeb. hard road. 4 rooms. bath and kltcn- be made this year; street car line P. & A. with 150 pecan trees .$2000 Splendid list of valuable propertyand
and cheapest in city. Mail orders re FOR SALE-My property, 416 E. Brained & A_ fine location for !
WANTED-We' want your orders for en: nice stable. Strictly cash. M. guaranteed in the near .future $35.00 1200 acres stump land on P. ;: a Colony or Stock
,eue prompt attention. Romana and 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original S. Borras. Standard Oil Cos office, for beautiful waterfront lots. This St,, consisting of four lots 40 good location for a colony; per acre j Farm Ia South East Georgia.
Palafox: Sts 20feb alSO feet; a two story dwelling containing Some of the choicest residence
For fur
designs to select from. All Pensaco'a Fla. SOJanlm price for a short time only. 200.
6 rooms, hall bath room places Ithe beautiful little city of
WANTED-Position as day or n"gh: prices. Mayes ,Printing Co. Pensacola. ther particulars call on or write to ways
'watchman. First class references. ,. FOR SALE OR.RENT60 acre farm; PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO. closets and pantry. On car line; will DeFunlak Springs, Fla. and in Milton
Address_B.. care Journal. .20feblwVANTED _16feb. 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 i ,. sell entire property for 300000. E C. R. YAEGER Fla.
WANTED-To.lease. or, buy five x>i room house, all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 V L. Reese. 22feb Thiesen Building. Phone 686. Our prices and terms are reason
\ -To loan money on 'your six: room cottage. Price and .terms story barn, good water, mall box on I ;: V 202 able.Cal
personal property and household must be reasonable. Address, Good the land. Address Farm" care _, FO a/e FOR 'SALE AT A SACRIFICE-Eight on or write to us

goods. Mobile Loan Co. corner Jefferson Tenant, care Journal. 16feb JournaL, V V ISfeblw* beautiful lots in block across street
and Zarragossa Sts. NORMANS PILS.--Just received east of the Stoddard place on East MiscellaneousHACK
fefenlm WANTED.-The public to know told FOR SALE-For a few dan only, 2 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For Hill; if sold at once $1200; also 17

newspapers can be bought at 'lots opposite the Hagerman residence sale at The Alligator and West End lots on North Railroad street; excel- No 12.-:Always ready with good TURNER&AYMARDReal
COITRT HOUSE D1EING. Pressingand this office (or five cents a bundle. They New City, 62500. Fine location : Saloons IBnovlm lent location for factory or buildingsite reliable driver. C. H. Taylor, pro-
i leaning Club. US N. Palafox are all ,clean and nice. for a home.. Apply B. F. _Wolfe, : must go at once or price will Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange -
Si, Mrs T. J. Davis. Prop. Your patronage Citizen's Bank. 13feblm FOR SALE-Fwstielass grocery store not hold good-$125000. Apply to prietor. 20feblm Estate and
: 185.
solicited satisfaction guaranteed WANTED.-Electnlc work ot fill& kind.Let and meat market in connection fixtures :- Phone
; Jno. H. Kohler, care Saunders :Mill Abstract
fOR SLE-Go-Cart In good cond'-! -- Company
Careful attention given ladies' 'us clean: your fans repair your etc. Reason for selling ,leaving ,
at 907 N.AI- Co,- 29 E. Garden St. 22feblw NOTICE offer my services as surveyor -
Apply
garments: Phone 1:::._Sfeb dynamo, I 570. Peasacola: Elsctria Co, 205:; s. Tfeb FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs counties of Florida
western
POSITION WA"TED-Dy competent people of
Baicn: sired by Duke of Florida 68923 --J
out -- --
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bookkeeper, either as bookkeeper, SALE-Beautiful block In New FOR SALE Eight Water Spaniel Lee Address W. J. Stevens, Surveyor Flo-
of
of Orphan Baltimore.
clerk or collector. Have had sIx I WANTED-To loan money on your City. Tract No. 31%. .For cash $602. puppies. Mother.and father import. All guaranteed with registrations 5S544.and rala, Ala. IBfebln Board and Rooms.FOR .

.','ars experience. Can give good ref I watch, jewelry and personal ef Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Houaa. ed from Bilboa Spain. Apply to Pons pedegrees. Carl Setterlind Chipley.Fla. of the viTreatment"
e'ence. Address A.. care Journal fects. Highest cash price for old gold lang Barber Shop or to 422 E. GovernmentSt. 26nov.. VIAVI-The patrons cordially invited to RENT-Two nicely furnished

.4 feb St* and silver.. Lightman & Klein- 106 Ewnght. THE GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns 17-feblw are Mondays and<2 2Frialaya rooms at P. Stone's residence. 17 N.
Phone 1127.Money FOR SALE-3 acres land: on Town call at Hotel Southern PaafoSt.. '
l8feblw'WL&NTEI'A
and light
less gas gives you more HORSES AND MULES-McMil'an S. from 2 to C p. m.where they
\\ \"TED-You to use Corno Hen than lamp Point opposite city near marine ways
% feed This makes your hens lay for less Try money it ana se any for jour self.yet Turton rave just received a car $300 cash; deep water frontage. Address can meet the representative, Mrs.: 11. few boarders at 212 W.
made.
and fattens them. Try it For sale to Loan. Booklets fret Call up 380 and ask load of horses and mules from Tennessee Land care Journal. lOfeb P. Booth. Phone 1027. llfeblm'I Gregory. New house good neigh.!
*) The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb and the latter can be seen at borhood and on car 1fn 16feblm
28 East Governmentstreet. and
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bore about them. ; Pou's stables on West [Intendencia St iFOR S\LE QUICK-100 high back will tune and repair pianos organs
TED-Everybody in Pensacola rows money from Jno. A. Hall & F.. B. Bruce. fab 111m. IQfeb cane bottom chairs. Will sell all as cheap as any one and do first NICE FURNISHED front room, south

to know that the Y. M. C. A. building Co., 1C E. Government street. WhenIn FOR SALE-7-room house at Gould or portion of them cheap. Jos. Roth, class work only. My phone Is 802-2 to. ern exposure; ''half block from Pala
was built of brick mad by th': need call on us. 9feblm irfg.' Apply to F. L. Askergren FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co.Hen are Tarragonna and. Government Sts. rings. Orders promptly attended fox .Apply 32 E. Gregory. 20.feblw*

Pn!'acola Brick Co.. and they are prepared Goulding. Fla. 28anlm] agents for the famous Corno lOfeb J. Conrad Scott. _
MONEY LOANED on an kinds of Feed. Finest thing in the world to FOR RDNT-One nicely furnished
: to furnish )'ou. J. S. Walton, personal old I CHANDLERS-McKinzie OertIng -
Mr 6feb pioperty on short notice. FOR SALE--Nice. clean newspa. make hens lay. Keeps 'em in good SHIP retail ship room at 24 West Romana St., phone
_- --- Terms easy. J., B. Gray & Co., 2 W. pers at bye cents a bundle. This of- condition too. ?feb LOST \ & Co.. wholesale and firstclassbouse 548. ISfeblw r
MATTRESSES made to order; old! Romana.. Phone 1165. ifeb fice. I I chandlers and grocers, only r
mattresses renovated and new tick FOR SALE CHEAP AT WARRING- of kind in city. .fair prices to all FOR lENT-One large and nicely fur. 11
AUTO WBILES.-I am agent for the LOST-Fur collar at or near
fu mshed if desired. Ring phone 771 MONEY 1O LOAN.-On real estate or TON-one four room house with opera will make your nished room for rent. ApplY'309 W.
and sell I Feed
0' raIl'! at 114 E. Belmont St 2feblm other sufficient security by a1>pl). Pope Mfg. Co. can you less autos front and back gallery; only one year house Monday: night "during per. Corno Hen them In a healthy I I Roaiana St. 16feblw j
They keep
cost than and
of "Fantasma. hens lay
to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and from $500.00 up. G. R. Wilkins. formance Return to ,
Ing old. Apply to sale by the
\\ AXTED.eal tatt sale or Romana. up stairs. _I1no -I:. horses to keep up. They can be run 8feb2w' Journal office and receive reward. condition. Try It. For 7feil THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for
rent, ieae or exchange. Your business in sand or anywhere a horse can go. 21feb3t Lewis Bear Co. >>I; rent, suitable for light houselcec- -
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil- MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate LeslIe! E. Brooks I FOR SALE.-South half block 211. The owner will not be responsible I ing. Apply 501 W. Chase. ISfeb
Dark.red short NOTICE-
LOST and
security, or on good collateral cow neavy
fronting 400 feet on 13th street by _
ton. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gow.erntnent debts contracted by
Leslie E. RECEIVED-Large sttipmeat of with white spots. 'Left horn broken for
Room 7 at lowest rates. Brooks. JUST 107% feet on Bay lew Park; also schooners Kate, NICELY FURNISHED front room for
street Salisbury I of the
mui quantity. G. Alabama
gallon: or larger Morasao 137 feet to 14 W. Intendencia.20feblw Fay 401 W. Chase. :9feb2w) :!
MONEY LOANED on all Kinds of personal feet on 14US St., by % on Bay Portland. Fla. Sfeblm at
ship chandlers an \NTED-A1I kinds of electrical property on short notice. &. Co. View Park. The only property adjoin ,
*ori. I sell all kinds of electrical South .Palafox. 4oct certify that the Ferry TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and lOt 4'
that Is f is to
Park This
Terms easT. J. W. Bullard. upstalri ing Bay View now 'nsa'e. LOST-Black female setter pup- Good
Association N. Spring St. location. Special
banene' ani other electrical supplies. 2S South Palafox St.. Phone_ 1144 FOR SALE-Choice lots on East Hill The beautiful view down thu about one month old. Reward for Pass Inspectors and Shippers for the' rates to parties or clubs. Apply
%ben >ou need me ring 35 or 955. sale. Price reasonable. the bay can be lcGm 706 are not responsible
Snot for Address bayou and down never return to G. B. E. Jack. .
Williams 222 N. St.
of their In- Mrs. W. J. Spring
E W < .
Peake new Star Laundry buildngEclarden. Lots care Journal. 20feblw obstructed A. V. Clubbs. 30jly I son St. ISfeblw following boOm W jlpt18.1
P. $
ISdee. I UNLIMITED, amount or money to loan siection: : Receipt o. of D Svjanlm : -
WNTED on all kinds of personal. property FOR SA E.-Nice. clean newspapers FOR SALE-Two or three wagons LOST-A petItion containing number Robbins; receipt No. 148 of Feagin PLEASANTLY situated rooms. to rent
--Position wanted by young i Special rates to business men on large for sale. Only 5c a bundle. They drays and horses cheap, if taken of signatures of value to no one but and Hasiell: rece'pt! No. 1295 of Chas. Apply atiliW. Chase St. 6fb2ir:! -

faculiai man of ability and temperate habits. leans. The New York Loan:Co. 204% make: good wrapping paper and are. with:n a few days. Phone 614 or apply I owner. Reward for return to Journal l Snowdens. P> nr Pass Inspectors =
with
.' grocery business; would South Palafox. Just the'thing to put under .mattlaj. I at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. office. Steb I and Shippers .Ai xxdithra. KIT FOR RENT' Furnished rooms for
pr fpr position as shipping clerk but ... Pres. Jan281 rent with or without board. No
*mid consider any offer of clerkship I .- Harper. light housekeeping.. Apply 310 West

natun Would require week's notice FOR RENT .& -.- ,T'V DRESSMAKING opened-Mrs.a first Alice.class W.dressmaking Her-. Gregory._Jan21-lmo: ,: ". :
ana
am already emploved. Address man has
106 E. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent,
:.rik.:1soffice.: : lOfeblOtTED FOR RENT Good space at 613 So. stop at Ladies her residence.Invited to call. Newly furnished clean and nice.

W*\ .-\. R! Bingham wants I Palafox Tor restaurant ,or barbershop Some Attractive Real Estate Offerings Inten4ncia. I near postoffice. Apply at 128% E.-

four moving and hauling. lIe guai I Restaurant fixtures:go with it. 3Han3w Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer.
Shoemaker
antees I out. of the lunch business JOHN tLO. Hoot and ;
all breakage. Phone 630. am. going 7Janlm.
I Entire time southwest Barcelona and Gonzalez streets, vcrr select neighbor. custom work to order; repairIng __
in order to d vote my to 2 lots CO ft. front on the corner : I Fin:
ftTED-To buy old gold and sil- my bar. Good location for right mar. hood.-.. .. .. .. .. .. ........_... _... .. ... -. ... .$1500.00 materIal; and workmanship gnarant'esd. Oil newspapers at five cents a bundK
'r, broken up stuff regardless, of A. Lustra 22febl\v ;)-room cottage and reception hal!. back and front gallery, closets, house pew and ia good. condition Please: give me a call. 12(1( at this office. They are all cleat

?: Cash paid. Li gat man & Klein large lot. oa North Sth avenue between 11th and 12th streets a bargain a:.. .. . . .. -$120000 Ii E. Government street. Phone. 1086.27janlm. I I and nice.__
1':1E:\ ; Wright Phone 1127. FOR RENT-Two S-room houses onEast Corner 8th avenue,and 12th street,'5-rojm and hall cottage pantry, back and front al1erygas and city BAY HtTEL.-open night and day, J

1UB PRINTING_ of all kinds wanted I Main St. Apply at 43S.ISfeblw or 434 t water,- house new., a,large jtat...... .. 5. .... .-.. .. .. ....... ....... .. .'. .. *. .* ..' ....$170000 CUT FU>WERS-Order. promptly j i European plan. Rooms light an4
East Main St. DeSoto and Strong. .. '.. . .. ...$450.00 .
Reus -
of flowers
t by> the Mayes Printing Co. 24 W. Building! lots on west side! N. Street between filled for roses carnations clean. Transient trade solicited.
'CoTirnmenL Phone 181. the FOR RENT-Desirable two-story resi 5-11.3 ft on West Romana street at the foot of Spring St, improvements on property, renting. for $13: .00 I and desIgns of a1!! kinds. Miss Bertie t 575-579 S. Palafox. Ju. S. Nicola a,.

t.es.of work. Only Idec dence. No. 208 West Gadsden St, per month.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ... ........ .... .'.- ... ........ .... .,. .... .. -. ....$4000X0 Smith. 616 X Barcelona: Phone 651.I Prop. V
401.Thiesen BIdg. ISfeb Romana St. to Bass & Co., a good Investment .. ., .. .. .$4000.00 I '
J Wm. D. Howe 40 ft by 170 ft, deep on. EaSl next : TAIWIU\G--lJ.: L. Diamond, failor.Gents' .
WANTED ... .$2500.00 I
.-Hauling and transfer streets splendid site .
a bu'ldiag
story residence 5 lots on the South East corner of Spring and Lee ; clothing cleaned pressed anj -
*jrk. Office phone 363; residence: FOR RE\"T-Two. Block 107 East: Kng Tract, Belmont Numbering, on North Palafox street, between Bavlen and Palafox I '
notice. No. 11
: conveniences cor- short %
saoue: 390. Acosta & White 22.2S N. with all modern and Strong Sts.: Apply, C. thirty lots few days only at........ .... .... .... .. .... ............ < ... . ..... .. ...... .$5000.00 repaired Government on St., Pensacola, Fla. STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE
SprIng' West
Tarragona: St. 25mar. ner 9feb.FOR 506 East Jackson street, two story 8 rom: and hall house bath, gas, a delIghtful homeand good neighborhood

WAXTED.-Th9 Transfer H. Turner i lot 93 ft by 150 ;....... .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ....- ....... .,tr.. ....' .... ....... .$350000 Idee._ STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. M.
Co. wants Merchant haul1nn RENT,-El-sant 2story S-room i A five room and kitchen cottage on' Little Bayou fronting on the water; lot 100 ft. by 140 ft deep, barn. THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO. Rogers, master Pal'lllngt"J'J .and

A ) breakage your guaranteed.moving and T. B. Tnoren -, cottage! at 318-West_ Belmont St. Apply -! and IS bearing fruit trees 80 ft, wharf running out into the water. The house has been newly pa'ited and wholesale and retail manufacturers Freight service between Pensacoll
Star Laun- bluff about 20 ft. high small sail boat and row boat dealers in cotton mattresses and and Freeport. Fla. At. Baylen street
and
at
Pron. Phone 978. ISlunelm. to Walter Ingraham): i papered and wool wcrk gralnelon Inside! hous3 s'ts on ,
25Jan with house, n&jr car line. This! plAce! ii very cheap at.. .. .. ...... ..... ?,.... ...,. .- .... ..$1500.00 bed springs. Second hand furniture wharf, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
go
\1.' '"CRESSES : dry. \ at.. .. .. $6500)3 sold. Upholstering and repairing others desiring ree'
RENOVATED New :3 lots on St'-oig nreet between, 10th and 11th avenues. This property is'very cheap bought and Tourists and
"' furnished if desired. All done FOR RENT.-Elegant two story store I 'or vacant property, :a specialty. 114 E. BelmontSt. places of interest on Choctawhatchi
building MONEY at ti!!" !3o' 'et market rates o !'nterert on Improved city
Border on short notice. Leave room in new Star Laundry ; city. Phone 77L C. T. Dav1: Bay and Santa Rosa Sound shouldmfckS .'

'der< < at Green & Watson. Phone E. Garden street Apply Walker In- Mgr. l7janlm6RTR.Ilmsk.116uta : thli! trip. Special rates for parties -

::13. 4feb1mSECC.D graham__ Star -Laundry.. -' V V %%dec. The Fisher Real Estate Agency, J. H. _:: of ten or more. For rates of
Informat'on! apply on board or
for street Orders faken for other
WANfHlslust has storage: room Palafox
HAND BINGHAM
]).- price CLOTHING paid for gent'atlotblug A.rent R. suitable; for furniture or other I I Phone 87* 206. South. la fox: tents awnings camp,stools and house address. 'P. O. Bex. CS2, Pensacola FI,
Tarragona : Prices reasonable.- -- 31J&n. V 27Jaaia
csly. Also seil seconi::! hand goods 104 and lOG H-South cots etc.
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will receive free his choice of one of the following: will receive free his choice of one of the following! 'will receive free his choice of one of the following. artices

worth $125 each
'# !1v 530.00 CLOCK. ". 1- '$50.OO 1 EA SET.
DIAMOND BROOCH. H
30.00 LAMP. $50.00 DIAMOND LOCKET. : DIAMOND RING. I fe

rt r t $30.00 EAR RINGS* $50.00 DIAMOND RING. DIAMOND CUFF BUTTONS. ;

t $30.00 RING. $50.00 DIAMOND BROOCH. DIAMOND' LOCKET t

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1 Savannah, Ga"41" 21.-The naval. M2s ;
stores marke?tl.tojay as follows: IS A SORT OF FIRST MORTGAGE ON PEACE OF 1
TRANSfERS Arrived. ww .. .. .;r.. .:- .. .. .. ..6 20 I "
et Fannsum Dutch ss, Scheltema, WG. .. .. .. .. :. ........6 10 MIND, AND IT PAYS INTEREST IN SLEEP. BUTBe
I SOONER OR LATERTO 1597. West Hartlepool to W. I* Wit N .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..5. 90 .. 1
Lich .'- M.... .. .: ....1. :. ... .. ...;5 45K MOBILE ALABAMA. '
ALL CLOTHES ALIKE. TO Following Is a list of, th" Jer li: recorded Starthem, Br bk, Maitland.: 1272.. .. .... ..... ..... .... .. ...;5 ZI..1 O Sure, !It s in The Equitable.
OUR HART, SCHAFFNER & )' e'eida> report n> The Antwerp .... .. ..4 55 : T -
Pensacola Abstract Co: Cleared. H.-.'::: .. .... ..4 25i I Florida and Alabama t
MARX CLOTHES MUCH .}O: M:. Harrison, Chas. A. Gilbert;, Am seh. Jasper I iG:. .... '..' ..' ....- ...........105. Insurance, KnowlcsBros. Gen'IFire Agts
i A. A. rnigan to 422.! for Now York., with 302.000 s (tlumber i .. .: .. .. .. ::. ..3 70 to3 72*2 LAND COMPANYManufacturers I Life Pensacola ]
LATER. lot 17, block 23. East King Tract $500. 3,341: bundles cypress shin .... .. t
.and Wallace La B .. .. .; :;v.: .3 70 __ .
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, ABOUT NOW IT COMESTO mar Henry to McDavidlber Yonge Co., S'/z! of lot gles.: II D .. .,. ... .. .'..;I.._..365to370 of I ';'I' t
C .. .. ... .. : t..3 <55; to 3 70 and Dealers in f
;00 and other ? --s.-suS. S \
10, block 24 New City $: NOTICE. I ., ;;: : -
TROUSERS GENERALLY con idrations.'! CREW Sp'rlts,! TurppnHne 69 cents.Pensacola LUMBER,.SAWED CYPRESS SHIN-i R / c
Neither the captain owner Cotto'n Market. 'PmNe v 02d
to Louis Wls'logel.W GLES AND KILN DRIED SAP. -
Edward Sharks
POSSIBLY TO ENJOY THE or consigners' of the' C. Gunter Elmorp; F.'O B cotton I
lot 61. block 11, OM CUr, $I f '
b of & Iron Works Co. c
Dutch steamship Slieieeht, loliowmg quotations: Supply
i MUSIC, BUT NOBODY WANTS and other'onsit1irations.. broker gives 'us ; American markets the Englishman -;)I and i t
will be responsible for debts for February 21:
j "RAG TIME" IN THE Wm. H. Knowles, ,,'. A. D'Alem- contracted 'by the crew of. Good Middling. .. .. .. .. ..10il 1! will bate th'ngs all to himself, Manufacturers and Repairers of H t
p I berte and A. A. Fisher executors of said tessel. 'StrIct Middling.. .. ...: .. .. ..10!\ but Is not likely to do very much jud>; i MACHINERY AND BOILERS 1
1 CLOTHES SENSE. estate of Wm. Fisher to Will I Calhoun I*. VISSOR., Middling. .. .. .. .. ... .....10 Ing from his action during tile past; FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES ; t
lot 6. block 41, East King.Tract East t
Master .. ...9'i-: weak or BO
Strict Low Middling.
4 l WE NOTE THE DILEMNA of Tarragona street $t25. W. Lt WITTICH & CO. LowJiddilng.: .... =.. '.. .. ;-. ..' .....!5;% We think the March proposition is I STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5
J a H. F. Maneely to William Herbert lower, being ,pretty well cleaned up and Prompt attention given to all orders day or aigbt. Agent 3
Consignees.To Stains: tinges % to 1 cent 1
I f AND PROVIDE SERVICEABLE lot 20, block :32::!. West King Tract, and those remaining In for delivery day for James McKrv & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs alia: {
AUSLEY &. CO.'S REPORTS of ten- Chains of all descriptions.Office ? 1t
will probably take care any
ALL.WOOLTROUS RS BLACK $350.L. ) Cotton Market. Pho-H 123. 3
Liverpool
Wlaelogel: to Escambia RealtyCo. ders which'ma: }' make their appearance PHil. WITTMAN Mgr. t

I AND STRIPE FOR $3.50, $4.00 .. lots 1 and 2. block 100. New City! ,:' 1 ............. ...................hose..'.0a The prevailing opinion Is thatconsumers Residence P'Ione 1029. P. O. Box 123.iAUSLEY 1: /
{ ,, 4 Tract; also S.30 ft. of lot :3 and W% J&D..P'f'b.Feb Mir........'.. ...:.............:........1.83 will hold hoping to get ix..t iC"xSiX .222G."X'.SX2'w. __ !. _a::: ::rt.!, t::1tj i
AND UP TO $6.50. PERFECT of lot 2, block 49, East King Tract, $1 I' : .......:.... .....................ISI the cotton which they bought the option 7-- -- - it
1 is FIT GUARANTEED and other considerations.J. the Men At.l-Mar-April.Mal..:.....;...:......................$.tr.< "'(or, while the speculator is liqui- .............+o ..........................+......: t
'I D. Waters to Leslie F). Brooks I II Maj.Juo....................................5-0 dating as fast as. possible. I .
,t lots 12, 12 and 14. block 21, said block .June-.J.l...................................1.:2 The movement" to ports is still free,
i I I i being partly in Belmont Tract and Who ,Are ,July "\1Jr11..t .................................- I.j' but the'best posted people on condi I 6 COMPANY !i
,( partly in East King Tract, $1000 and Ann t'8epMmber.... ... tions say there will be such a prepen- 1
I| other considerations ;, ptf'D1her-ol"tober! ..,:........ ..:......5.47 ,
i i A. A. Fisher to d.r. W. )Merritt lots J Ot-tob r.NoT.-mb;r'f..'.....................5.31Nuvember soon dicular as falling no other off season in receipts has shown.very :
John White Store I ..
The .i 111, 12. 23 and 24. block 11. West Kinsj Hard to Pleasein Dewmber.Ja December"uary ...5,53...... ................IIM If this should prove true it would : COMMISSION BROKERS : 1
Tract. $200.
I stimulate values and likely cause a 1t
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b ffjr>0/.ftef In Me '* WMF I Ii > Ltverpooi Spoia,3.C9 t
:McCon-
f I i A. A. Fisher to Mrs. Florida strong reaction: this being easy on : .
205-207 S. Palatox Street. i, nin, S 60 ft. of N 120 ft. of lots 16. 17 j I. Market. account of the prevailing opinion that : 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. :
Cotton ,
IS and 19. block 49, Belmont Tractl Suits, Ha.ts, Shoes: ani New York prices are low enough considering thecondtions. ,
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I Furnishings we extend a !' H'jrti! Low C oM :
Phone 225. 1 : Open '
:! considerations.
$1 and other ........ .'.... 10 SM If JS To offset, this there remains -
1044
c I cordial imitation! to oa'l! rch 10 4J
Geo. Hoffman to A. C. Blount, Jr.'
i.r' and our stock. "Wecn : May...............J064 10 M liU too the heavy stocks at'aU ports | Private Wires N. V N. 0. and Chicago. :
see
and Leslie E. Brooks. W 40 ft. of S I the ,Jay................101. 1082 10.1\6 1C. 3'October >'et.. to be sold; the certified stocksIn .r 1
120 ft. of lot IS6, Oil}.- City, $100 and please most ?xaciin& ..........:;p.Z11!) lu.1 1019< : New York alone are said to aggregate -
.. : other considera tons.I :. I II Our prices are so Ieeembcr..10( 't10.65 ltt25 1025. 1 1I more than the entire March in-, COTTON STOCKS BONDS 1 I IBought
.tt I, 3Irs. A. E. McDatid to J. D. Waters low they they will p'easeeverybody I New York Spots.! 10 WJ tereft. Liverpool stocks are a'so GRAIN PROVISIONS and
THEGORDON i, J lots I_:. 13 and 14, block 21. said block wh'1'e! our : New Urbana Spots.10 518Wheat. I heavy but .the continent has taken .
being partly In Belmont Tract and, Malues are correspondingly much less cottonthan last and :
1---1 year i and Sold on Margin or for Investment.
i partly in East King: Tract, $1000 and hi' h. King Priscus .. .. should continental Europe enter the
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BROWN other considerations I : thinks: so, too. ,, Opi-n, Hizh Low Cl.wei market to make this shortage good :
i C May.. ...... SPi"a: ": 1i2*>I II l,' Liverpool would dwindle rap'dly and i Reference: First National and Peoples Baaks. Phone 1173 *
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I Suite .. .. .. ., : ..:......._ sM'j 1I1 H .! this there is little
to should
$7.50 $15.00 : occur hope
. HARDWARE COMPANY 5.500 BARRELS OF I Hats: up to ? ..- .. ,; 1.$3.50' July. oj.; I of replenishment frcm the present :...............i...........4H...c.....4..4..4... > *

Shoes.. .. .. ... $300 and $3.50 > Corn. ; seasons output, unless at very much '
Fla. PORTLAND CEMENT Dandy ShMs .. 50, 7Sc; 'nl': $1' Open- High Low CloJUr .e I higher prices. iWe t
t Pcnsacola i Ties.. .. ..20, 25* and '5tt centsWE'LL ............W .*. t1. 4.:% believe from a'l Indications aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaafit
,i' Biggest Hardware Firm This .. July. _. ....,4oS **.. iV* *" I I hat prices are very nearly at the bottom -
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e Side of Birmingham. .Strathern direct from of Antwerp 5,500 barrels by, of the PortlanljCement. bark]I BE' GLAD TO, t I Ausley New York& Cosa, Feb:Daily.:21.-Cotton Liverpool Letter.rather .; as low although as ,ten March cents. position during the may pro-go.1 Screens Screens, Screens m

Send In 'jour orders at once .HAVE YOU CALL ; fooled the talent this! morning by! cess:! ;of liquidation.No Jo t
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1. We Will Save You Money;on if you want any of it coming 1 to 2 points higher on contracts -I ?i
AND SEE US: "decline was expecteJ:J.: 'Case of Pneumonia on Record lU
ft W, R.,TA YLOR & CO.. i when a Higlns patented all. Metal Screens for windows tj
Your Purchases of were reduced :3 points I We not know of single instance
Phone 328. 209 E. Garden St. although spot* 40 a N doors, etc. Now Is the time to put them In. Let :, t
Ion sales of 8.000 tales Our, markets wh !re's cough or cold resulted in I
started the ball ro'Urg! by hammering, pneumonia of consumption when ru us maeyoua price before summer. They are 18 fJ I
HARDWARE Escambia Lodge. No. 15 F. & A. M. prices from the beginning, the weak'! Jey's Honey and Tar had been Fo-I W mesk. copper bronze, and absolutely rust proof.
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: Special communication of ness being $due to the liquidation In It cures coughs and colds perfectly 1a
of all kinds such Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. &; March contracts still going on and I do no; take chances with some unI -I
as S
l A A. M. will be held Wednes- H 0. ANSON r the scramble to unload long cotton.I known preparation which may contain
day evenIng. February :21st! t In that option carded values to a news ,I opiates, which cause constipation I Sf C. H. TURNER, rJ I
U f Mill Supplies, Turpentine Tools, at 7 o'clock. Work in K.: A. and F': C. CASH CLOTHIER I low level the more distant months! a condition that retards recovery from fifX'
degree. Visiting. brethren fraternally declining In sympathy and a good; a colt.: Ask for Fblsy's Honey and' 41 E. Garden St. Phone 345. 1 i
iBeltD! Piping, Ammunition, EttaWrite invited. Corner Palifoi and Ualo. I many stop loss orders around 60 on: Tar and refuse any fi w I t
.C D.. BEYER.W. May: were uncovered. I I W. *A.: D. lemb rle 80bStitutoffered'I' e2222a2tJ ,

to Us for Prices. G UAILEV: ,.Sec. W. M. ....... I. Tomorrow being a holiday in all apothecary.: j a ea aa ae

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