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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
normalized irregular
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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, THE REPORT ONINSURANCE I f *" I EXTENDED WELCOME- '

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rRANCO-GERMAN LONGWORTHS GREETED KNOX RATE BILLINTRODUCED
I *! HEARTILY I IN CUBA *l lIF I

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fi' By Associated Press. ,':.1 TO U. S. S. FLORIDA

Havana. Feb. "2!.The steam-;?

I RELATIONSSTRAINED Mascotte; bearing: Mr. and ., 'I-

Spitted to Both Branches of ** Edwin Mrs. Nicholas V. Morgan Lonffworth, the new Amer-and i:
I Officers of Carnival Associationand
WAS H IN GTON'S f- lean minister Cuba arrived today & MEETING or THE

t the New York [Legislature 'h Florida.after. 'a smooth trip from *, IN SENATE Chamber of Commerce

Yesterday. Attaches of the American lei %
'. ? gation met the ship and a recep- Make Formal Call

BIRTHDAY .*'c lion committee and personal of the Cuban represen-commission ';*$ -s.S ft. H R. LAST

VtRY VOLUMINOUS Germany Wants Conference Over 'i tativss of President Palma greeted Read at Length for Information- THEBIG DEFENDERWill
the party. The committee aso

Morocco to Break Up With H- sured Mrs. Longworth of the 1 Hazing Bill Passed 'Before
HERE of the daughter '*
O hearty, welcome. s N NiGHT I G
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if of Cuba's "best friend *1
Extending Over 319 Pages of out Settlement. The bridal couple was taken H! Adjournment.SELLING Be Open to Visitors After I

ashore in a 'gaily / decorated ;!: .
Printed Matter. launch under the chaperonage rf' o'clock To-day.

Stores Were Closed and Business DISCOMFORT IN ENGLAND OVER TT'* Thence of President they were/Palma's taken into aide.an, $: PRICE OF STEEL RAILS Elected Officers and Decided d to

TO ISTHMIAN COMMISSION
OF EVENTS CON
FRENCH
MANY FORMS OF, REMEDIAL LEG. Ceased During the Afternoon COURSE H- auto to Mr Morgan's residence 1 i:" Continue Giving Medal 'to* VISITING HOURS BEING FROM ITO
PRESS CONSIDERS SITUATION The Longwocths plan to re- it i SIDERED IN SENATE COMMIT.

iSLATIO* RECOMMENDED B'* g: main. here a. week. >$ 5 P. M., EXCEPTING MONDAY
in His Honor. DESPERATE-FRANCE MAY >> TEE-TALiAFERRO CROSS QUES Public School No. I r

BODY THAT INVESTIGATED M it-,: J. 'E "&- AND TUESDAY WHEN VISITORS
TATE_ CASE AND WITHDRAW \ TIONEq PURCHASING AGENT *
METHODS OF INSURANCE COM WILL BE RECEIVED FROM 10 A.
!t Wfhmg1on's birthday was. appropriately FROM CONFERENCE. ROSS. An interesting meeting of the Sons

PANIES-PROPOSED BILL MAY celebrated in Pensacola jesterdaj of the American Revolution was held M., TO 5 P. M.-TO ASSIST IN
TO INVITE""
'. Every stoic of any consequence -- : last night in the rooms of the Chair
NULLIFY PROXIES OBTAINED By Associated Press. FESTIVITIES.
with, the 'exception of restaurants By Associated Press. bee of Commerce, there being a number .
I London Feb.; 22-Official opinion in .
BY LAWSON. I and places of that nature, weret'o&ed Great Britain regarding the Moroccan ROOSEVELT Washington, Feb 22-Mr. Knox's of, members of the order In at
much discussed and long expected rate
and the employees of these conference can be summed up bj the bill was introduced in the Senate today tendance. The meeting was the annual President Walker Ingraham and
places were given an opportunity to' statement "That it is now certain and officers were elected '
I and because of exceptional In- one. :Secretary F. P. Bingham of the Penaa-
desires! the Algeclras confereiice -
By Associated Press enjoy a hohdav. Gennany erest in the stabject.was accorded the and other matters discussed. The cola Carnival Association,
'i break without settling the accompanied -
to
I New YOlk, Feb 22--The comma That the Father of the Country' was vexed Moroccan up question" It is con President'Will Be Asketi' to Attend unusual the Information privilege of of reading the senators at lengthfor on election! of officers resulted as follows by President Frank L. Mayes

I t
, Nv! York legislature to invest day goes> without saying. for the event fusing what Great Britian considered Gen'l. Wheeler Memorial ,was given to the reaamg of,! Vice-President-Frank G. Renshaw, Chamber of ,Commerce called on Commander .

I gate life insurance nuae its report to- was heralded in the early morning by; I a Prance most "liberal respect, offer"to the on the policing part of of the .bill t ,Secretary-George Walton. Bartlett and the other officersof

f .'a, ihe report is extremely \oluri- the discharge of fireworks and while I Morocco,in German has placed another in Atlanta. In a brief statement_ Mr. Knox said 1 Treasnrer-George Wentworth., the Monitor Florida, ;yesterday

tnlll( i<-, extendlix to :319 printed page not mans of the younger set engaged+ obstacle' In the war of settlement bymaking he did not hope to have the Commit Delegate to the Council at Wash, morning at 9:30: o'clock for the purpose .
Interstate
, tee on Commerce do more,
inston- Dr.; Frank G. Renhaw.
, I' .nibraetb a Ions review of the tesimoii :- in this pastime they nevertheless enjoyed ; impossible suggestions in regard but that he considered th* bill as affording -: Will Give Banquet of extending\ them a welcome to

taken bj the committee and the vacation which was given to the proposed state Britain bank. thatall By Associated Pn ss. light; on the question of court It was dcraed to give a banquet Fensacola. The trip was made on

J 't: rpcomrnemtatlnns and conclusion>> them bj tit:! schools. i: The efforts belief of German In Great and British! is subjects Atlanta, Feb 22,-The Committeein review of decisions of the Interstate on the 19th of April to celebrate the King Prtscus's special; despatch boat

J ..' '0 reiut'd:al It.'Si61dlion.n add Th, fact that the city is in gala at : to create better attitude at AIJlI ;*- in charge. of, arranged for the Commerce Commission. battle of Lexington. This event will "Reeba" Capt. William A. Dunham,
mwnori here The remainder of the day was devoted -be arranged bv' a special committee
General Wheeler r
devoted to the btateMir&nt of coming Mardi I ciras will fail In England official (:Ir.I onMarch
J "at chapter is tire oa account the ( :: to the of the trimmest and swiftest of the large
to listening Revolution
reading American
For the Sons of
Is made to hide a'is-; : 27,- has committeeto years
appointed
ihs attempt a
-, .* department in which tlw Gras festivities made the celebration I no the Washington's farewell address by Mr habeen giving these ban flee, of Pensacola launches. Commander -
of events'at
J comfort at the course
(.einnilttcfc d-cla-es! : it would seem aj pear more extensive than it reall\\ conference. go Washington and formally invite :McCreary and the consideration of the quests, and they have always proved Bartlett however, was not on
:,r vcrthel\ dr! President Roosevelt to attend anddeliver hazing bill which was passed before most enjoyable to the members, asT
'tar the superintendent of the dc- 'was but n ss the closing board his ship, having corns ashore
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an address. Formal invita- adjournment. This bill gives' authority ,ell as to.the invited guests.
'J+ ,:-u uient has hal: amp'e! authority tu all banks, stoics, places Of business, FRENCH PRESS BELIEVES tkms will also be xtendeMo Corporal to the Secretary of the Navy tonismiss Will,Continue Giving Medal. to pay his respects to the major and

t ran: the trna artioi.s in ins'ir4n etc.: recalled to all that February 22 SITUATION DESPERATE at .anytime any midshipman:. Another matter'of interest transacted to place himself,, his officer, his men

. < oispanl, but that upel'ision was the day of, birth of he who was '- Tanner, commander of the Grand who presence he considers, for any at the meeting was the decision to at the disposal of the Carnival Asso-

: rn' lepartiient was not taifficientpw "fir't in war, first in peace and first Pans, f 'b. anfurther 22-The government indication Army: and General Stephen D. Las, cause, contrary to the best interestsof continue to award a medal to publf o-atlon!: during! the festivities' of next
does not'e commander of the United Confederate the service,'but accused has a right school No. 1. This was commenced
his
of .
in the hearts countrjmen. the Moroccan Monday and Tuesda '
regard
anJ
urn against extravagance o!'its intention In to b ) s
Veterans. to demand a court martial. 'several} years ago. the medal ing;
j:d! vln'imstratlon: I At Electric Park a football game bet question The tone of the French warded to the pupil who submitted After a very pleasant half hour R .

Instant s are given of reports made. \V'cn the elevens of Pensacola and press" ih l that tha conference situation SELLING- 'PRICE' OF RAILS the best essay upon some subject rein spent with the executive officer Liea- I
Barrancas enjoyed bj an im I U desperate. the only thing remaining" the' to the revolutionary war. This tenant Commander J. B. Patton and
was TO PANAMA COMMISSION'
n 3ff" is of the Mutual Life and being: for Fiance to state her case and CUBA FREE OFYELLOW selected
mcnsc crowd of spectators, while+ subject is always > a com the other officers of the big monitor
.iff I in which nothing wad --withdraw Percival 11Whaley
t/iuiniili; mlttee, of which Rev;
Washington, Feb. 22.The selling
school:; children enjoyed themselves Mesors. Ingraham. Biughani Mayt
nrougu: ,out tu show the conditionsloterped many FEVERBy price of steel rails abroad and for use \ Is chairman and ha caused
during the afternoon on accountof SHERIFF VAN PELT RETURNS much interest among the pupils as to and Jones returned to the city to meet
{ m the testmionv given be- in the United States was one of the
them, FROM BIRMINGHAM_ ALA. Commander Bartlett at the majoi's
;m' I Inc .'oniiiuttteFh. ( th- vacation which was given subjects on which David M Iloss, purchasing the revolutionary war.
Sheriff Jas C. Van Pelt, who left agent of the Isthmian canal officePresident.
.' remedial legislation recomnrnihti here several dajs ago for Birmtn,-' Associated Press. commission, was (examined to-daJ" bjth ,.Ingraham, representing

i m the committee provide: THE SUPERVISOR ham returned last night having in his Havana, Feb. 22.-The health department -I Senate Committee on Inter.Oceanic BLUEJACKETSFROM His Majesty, King Pris'us.11. extended

guarding; "f the rights of poll custody Jim Forest, alias Candv .Jim'' today announced that there Canals. II9 showed that he had to Captain Bartlett, his officers
I colored who is now in the county jail I purchased from American mills rails FLORIDAA anrf crew, a cordial welcome to the
nuldfih in mutual (-010 panics Hi OF REGISTRATION were no cases of yellow fever In Cuba monarch's domain
which
upon the charge'of having: murdered for use on the Isthmus from $1,5Q} melT was
r a .lj'C'lhlU l of directors; recommend Buster[ Young colored in this city a, The last case reported" the first week to $2.:>0 per ton less than the prevailing responded to by Commander Bartlett:

I tat ,took\ Companies s be given author- ; -- number of months ago. I in February, has been discharged. I : prices to railroads in this with the assurance that he, his ora--
NUMBER OF THEM WERE IN era. his crew ann his ship are hero
tu tt i tr; stock and Income mutual HE HAS MOVED INTO CITY AND
to contributewhatever they can to
ClIl1Itmehut: that s' +lich iiiutualiratnn 4 THE CITY YESTERDAY AFTER.
WILL OPEN OFFICE AT THE ,. the sucess and pleasure of the carnival. -
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, lull not be comiptilsorj Vanem .
I NOON ON SHORE LIBERTY.
HOUSE. The normal enlisted cr 'Iof the.,
j r ':sulauons are urge:I to preventnnmv COURT
Florida} U 200 men but through the s
in.estimnts!' and improper .
1 recent expiration of enlistments the
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,: .' llcaie\ operations; a recommenda-I Bluejackets from the monitor Florida ship's; complement- is now reduced to
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1 inn is nude: for the limiting of new Supervisor of Registration : ,.. were in evidence upon the streets 170 men.
Scott, who has just finished teacmngterm afternoon,
of Pensacola yesterday Roster of Offcers.:
hiMiifbi: !'II one hundred and fifty mil at Jli hland. near
school
1 of
a and their reminded ,Pens
presence The following is the roster of the
'. ion: dollarper '('ar. The committee+ Mono, has moved to Magnolia Bluff colians of past years when the North officers of the ship: r

tov'MV ih' prohibition of contnbu- and will open his office at the courthouse Atlantic fleet was anchored in port Commander Charles W. Bartlett, U. ,

1 ion ::.y insurance! companies for paUl Only a small; liberty party from the S. Navy, Commanding. ,

urn pin"|"os.'s. Lobbying is condemn It is Supervisor Scott's intention ..0I Florida was: ashore yesterday after Lieutenant.Contmand *r J. B. Patton
' be at the court house daily until after noon as the monitor carriers a crew U, S, Navy, executive 'officer 1
:
!U In'IIII'I wisdom of economical I the primal, so that 'voters can see of only about 125 men but those: who Lieutenant wllliam H. Reynolds, U. i :..1].1I i

.! tana!.'mitt is urged but the commit! him in reference to their registration. JJr were in the city conducted themselves S. Navy, engineer officer.

I) 11,", do" not deem it advisable that I The books of" course will not be open in a most gentlemanly manner. Each Ensign (Joseph O Fisher, U. S.J .

: 'ft., I' 'isatuie! should attempt to pre pd until the regular time next sum 1 y day during the stay of th* vessel a \av>'. watch officer i
mer preceding the fail: election but small liberty part will be allowed to Ensign William J, Moses, U. S. I
,
-cii ,
th' .nJUures of insurance
exi ; I when a primary: is to be hell: there is come to the city and enjoy them Navy, watch officer
.. COlll; |p;
: Fill' ,,!tT recommendations! were I the supervisor can give relative to the The sight of the uniforms of the Cary, watch officer, b

: ran on ;h.. valuationof policies qualified voting list apd Supervisor jackies recalled to many the memoryof Surgeon! M S. Elliott, U S. Navy. .
. 'irruidei values surplus forms ol Scott will after this week be -at the the times when the big fleets made Assistant Paymaster Thomas Williamson

. poll','., and publicity of all facts pertains court house for that purpose. their rendezvous here and caused Jr, U. S. Navy. jl
whether Chief Carpenter T. C. Cooney, U. S.
: considerable speculation as to
: ; ''o the business of the companies t
or not the North Atlantic squadron Navy ,
DESPERATE'DUEL would make its rendezvous at Gunner henry Ernest, IT S. N"avy Jt
A" again
am udment to the penal code
: Warrant Machinist James Quill,. U.
. *... ,I-commended to provde! that this port. I iS''
. It Is anticipated! that when the entire IS is: Navy.Warrant,
"< !! Coast squadron ,
: J'laly I guilty with the one giving i I U, S. Nav>.
it liberty parties will be allowed! ashore,
o I Clerk W. W. Pierce, U. SCary
. 'lit i Ii; report the committee finis, f Press and that the dtwll;; assume Its Pay
.. By Associated of the past three years when s
; 'm spite of he aspect
i irregularities From one o'clock) to five o'clock during
'nor! i here is no reason' to question I NahvillJVb.. 22.-Apeml from the entire ftE'et"tsited here. the afternoon of today tomorrow

. 'y' --oiuncv of the Mutual Life" In-. JackVMI Tenn, says a desperate duel l i.i and Sunday; and from ten o'clock a. ,,
. tonp, Co. New York Life Insur occurred there late yesterday in which GENERAL DEBATE nt, to five o'clock p. m on Monday and
. *n- : ant :O('ictyVY of the local fire department were I N I't' I visitors
t Loth seriously wounded Rogers die I G>:ss ON I ARMY BILL The Florida Is the most mod rn of '
. NULLIFY PROXIES from hij wounds and McCann is not .4 MIPltll' / l ssN the monitor type of fchips in the United
expected to liver rvr 7unE RctcRD / G r / States Navy and In reality is just
LAWSON
OBTAINED BY
i ij
a Interesting! to vhit a< the largest'
t. ; /* By Associated Press I hattl hip of the navy, as a monitor t
.4r': 'nv Ten ::.The report of the! j SERVICES AT THE Washington Feb 22.-The House' Is nothing mor nor I legs than ra low}

t" one: Special Insurance Invest'a : FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH II refused to adjourn in celebration of i fiee-board battleship with one-turret i3
in
Committee '
lit was presented Washington and the mem- mounted with thirteen inch guns Inof -
U ; taues: of the lcg'sature! today, First Christian! 'T btrs participated in a general flela]. debate I two. d
.( ill' CJ11:1nh'd: : bj ef, ht bills designed'I The services at the -on the army appropriation bill
wall attt'nded'iRey.
0 "i' \ in conimenda-- church last night were n
oM! detaIl the of Evangelist I r Mr Williams. of Mississippi mad :a
'nv of the committee 3, P. Spelgel, brother in honor of Wat h. New Suits Filed.
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tJ has beenconducting : notion to adjourn
,,' l*> statement made to newspapers : O Speigel.. who at 4 ington's birthday but the motion was The following new suits were filvJjesterday
:"'n the revival services: the office of the clerk of
::1 oerore the presentation of the" I months i defeated by a strong vote. In
""*;)", Senator Armstrong said h?, the church for the past three ... the circuit court: '
\1 'oped ? have passed, before April! I occupied the pulpit **d delivered a! Manuel Oonzal, et al. TI;. E. M.White. \ .

I' .t bill which will defer the annual t most excellent\ sermon his subject be-- Y t.EU I ccuotry. In reply to inquiries by oet al bill In chancery Goo T.
1)) flfor'lon' New Te$tanient" lie asosang witness said the for plaintiff
ot mutual! companies. from. In- "The : 1'crA Senator Taliaferro I Morgan, attorney
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'U 't pro '; to November l;:). This 1wuHu. a solo which was greatly appre-j: rrtlroads. of the United States were.i Pensacola Investment Co.. vs. Pf nBftcoia :
irohabn nullify the proxies obtained t ci-rted! b>' the con reg&t1on. familar with the difference in cost << Amusement Co.. damages JiOO;
: ** ,nor rime L>' Thomas, Lawson! \ feature of the meeting was the: 4 an.a were satisfied with existing condl-I Btount & Blwrat. attorney for plalntlffj -
Craw-
and 'Ib" policy of address of Rev'_ Earl Wilflej. of t'oft In order to bold the balance w
tU t holders committee
.**:<" I fonNville. Ind. who Is en route to I>eruniak -] IS trade" In this country. Senator Tails :t D: Hale Wilson vs E. T Davis, anti
t'' I frost gllllOrs whh: ihe and others as well of the as to deliver a s'rfe* .If J I-.. ,
management ,
,," I watch was great:. ; unselfish** J no Campbell, attorney for plaiaUJL
UI roa'pau.5' tUtnibeheb: habeen His' appreciated.address was by one the audience.\ TUB: ONLY WAY I CAN KEEP UF WITHM1SELF. -.: It. seem to be very __ .. ,,'_
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!ii CHIPLEY I COTTAGE This head. is what takes tune and,costs' skai and IiI!
iq fj r Whether it is of the nose,throat,stomach '
It V costs. mcney in making a cigar.Aad' it'san
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L r bowels,or more delicate organs catarrh III OF PATIENTS WOMENMrs. V -
waste,-you have to clip it off
always debilitating and should never fail of; ,
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i Special to The Journal. Special to-The Journal. and throw it away before
t41 attention. I Plnkham's Advice Saves Many
It is a discharge from the mucous mem i Chlpley. Feb. 22.: -Mr. W. P. Gillis From this Sad and Costly Experience. Cottage Hill Feb. 22.-Mrs, Mc- you can light the "
., who recently his po&i Kinnon who visiting her sis
-1 brane when kept In a state of inflammation pie, resigned baa been .4 cigar.
tion with the Ajcock Bros. LumBer) ter Mrs. Beall has returned to her
by an impure commonly scrofulous condition .I.I It is a sad but
V Co. of Allie has jnoved to Chipley, i certain fact that home in the citj.
of the blood. 4V )
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and will open up a family grocery in V Mrs J. A. Leese left for her home
r lone of the new Earner brick buildingsMr. I : every an yearbrings in* m Boon Iowa last week.

V, Hood'sSarsaparillaCures I Gillis'pia is! a man of considerable crease in the Mrs. Crosby'and: her two bright lit
5, business experience, and will make a V tie children of Ohio' are visiting her
I all forms of catarrh radically and numberofopera-
of this McDonald.
success enterprise. tions performed parents Mr. and Mrs.: V
permanently removes the cause and Heal etate in and around Chipley is women in :Mr. and Mrs Breen and son W1I!

vcrcomes all the effects. Get Ilood'sjCOFFEE becoming in great demand .New people :t, our upon hospitals.More Ham visited Mr. Breen's mother, Mrs.
] are coming in oaily seeking houses V: than three. Walter last Sunday. Ask
and property. Business generally is fourths of the ':Mr.: : Mill of Quintette was here on
better than it has ever been in the I d41'J .ckAams patients lyin?; business Wednesday for OldVirginia
:'p.ace.and; the indications are. that _.VV-- __j-1 'on those snow Mr. Bennette and two little children Cheroots-
the future of the town is much bright. white beds are Women and girls who visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. an4,this is what you get, '

I er than ever before. are awaiting or recovering from operations McCollough for your 5 cents-3 good, clean
The Chipley Graded School, under ( made necessary by neglect.Everyone Mrs. W. L. Hahn and sister Miss 5-cent smokes for a cheroot is only a 0;
3k V We are the Pioneer I the able management of Prof. L. W. of these patients bad Lois Houlette of Pensacola spent Saturday ;
i McRae now has more than 50 board. plenty of warning in that bearing down ,and Sunday .two weeks ago cigar made without the Lead.OLD V
Coffee Roasters of I icg students in attendance. ,and in all feeling. pain at the left or right of the visiting relatives here.

f' r West Florida.McHUGH'S I more than 300 on the roll. abdomen. nervous exhaustion, pain in )1r. W. H_ Smith was in Molino
There is some talk of the organization the small of the back, pelvic catarrh, Tuesday OK business.Mr. .
I of a new bank in the near fu dizziness flatulency, displacements or Massengal V visited here two
ture.The irregularities. All of these symptoms weeks ago Sunaay.Mr. VIRGINIA
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BLENDShave young men of the town met are indications of an unhealthy con Chas. Beall Mr. Adams, )Jr.
i Tuesday night and organized a gymnasium dition of the female organs and if not Bennette and Mr. 'W. H. Morgan of .
I and reading club. and also a heeded the trouble may make headway Pensacola were callers here Sunday.
cornet band of ten 'pieces. Mr. Abbott until the penalty has to be paid by a Mrs. Chas. Adams and daughter lit
; have no equal. A trial) I is entitled to credit for the Interesthe dangerous operation, and a lifetime of tie Miss Xeita who, have. ibe visiting :a V CHEROOTS
V will convince the con- has taken in the organization of impaired usefulness at best, while in her mother Mrs." green of Pensacola
i this for the benefit of the young men. many cases the results are fatal. returned to our'village Tuesday and '

; make noisseur that w'e v ,I Sheriff after C. G. his Allen business is in town and todavlooking also. writes Miss\ Luella Adams. ,of Seattle Wash., are Mrs.visiting Alex Waters.-grandparents: Mr. and (J 'I Package of 3 for 5 Cents (J

il no extravagant i his new dwelling which is nearing 1 DearMrs. Pinltham 'Mr. W. L.fahn'spent! ,Monday'week i *

: V claims. completion. "About two ypars ago I was a great sufferer ago with his-mother and sister.: a '
i I Mr AI Hogeboom The Journal's from a severe female trouble,pains and Mr. and Mrs. Wood':of Molino visited yr Old, Virginia Cheroots are rolled from '
traveling representative has reached headai'hes, The doctor prescribed for me and their relatives Mr.. and Mrs. Smith

iV:1b; Wholesale and RetailGROCERS home from an extended trip in Ala. finally undergo;told an me operation that I had if I wanted a tumor to and get must well. last Sunday TEADEMAKK the smaller leaves of the same tobacco 7 & MAILS
bama and goneto 'Mariana in the interest '
Rev. John.;Beck:preached to a large
I felt that this was m ?death warrant but I
of The Journal.Mr. spent hundreds of dollars for medical help] auolence: Iast Sunday. used in good 5-cent cigars. But they are not only: good.
Mile McCbTskey and wife, of but the tumor
kept growing Fortunately I Our new minister, Rev Hix of Nashville -
South Florida] are in town visiting his corresponded an aunt theNew England ,Tenn.. Arrived_this week and will they are clean.Made: in the biggest, airiest ,and cleanest
w and all kinds of FeedStuffs father; Mr. J. R. McColskey. States, and she advised me to take Lydia EoPinkham's fill the pulpit .Sunday, Feb: 25. ,

V' Mr. E. N. Deckle' president of the said to cure Vegetable tumors. I did Compound so and immediately, as it was The Ladies,,Social:.ClubV met ,with cigar-factory' in the world-a million of them every day.A .
First National Bank in Grace-
was began to improve in healtnand I was entirely Mrs:Baall Wed esdiy .and eighteen
ville Tuesday on business with the cured the tumor disappearing entirely,without ladies were'present*, V : package of 3 Old Virginia Cheroots for 5 cents is the
: First National Bank of that place] of an operation. I wish every suffering Mr.:: and Mr6."W.': ,H. Smith enter

R Pluto Water which he is also president woman would try this great preparation." tained at .'dinner-two weeks ago"Sun. best money's worth in the whole store. '-. ", ..
Mr. Ellia F. Davis and Mr Bryan Just as surely as Miss Adams was day. Mrs. Bertgr and_four.children, of
SmithS of Mananna. were in town yesterday cured of the troubles enumerated in Salida. Cfdo.Mrs.. Leese of Boone, '- &

on legal business. her letter just so surely will Lydia E.Pinkha.m's la.; Mrs W.'L.-Hahn.-Miss: 'Honlette, V Sold wherever they sell tobacco
V Wholesale and Retail. Mayor Buell Cook was in Marianna Vegetable Compound cure Mr. MassengaL' of Pensacola: Mrs
jesterday on legal business. other women who suffer from female and
'v. J. Hahn Miss "Julia Hahn. __
New Orleans Grocery Co. Wa are glad to note the popularity troubles, inflammation kidney" Miss Nina Smith.V V V _. _ ---
The Journal is gaming in this section troubles nervous..excitability or nervous Mr) 1. -:.WamplT: of Bicknell -
Only a short time ago there were but prostration. Ind was hete.a.st' week. His daughter -- -.
V Jas. McHugh few of our citizens who subscribedfor Mrs. Pinkham invites all young Colesta[ who "has spent the past day school lesson Sunday last the
this excellent 'paper, but now ,almost ]- women who are ill to write her for free two weeks the guest of her brother title being "The Day of Miracles in
all take it, ana' when the mail is advice. She is daughter-in law of 5803.C. .
1i :: Phone 1O5. Proprietor. :Mr.! D. A Wampler; 'returned home Capernaum." After Sunday ,school a No.
of the dailies E. Pinkham and for
opened all coming Lydia
up twenty-five -
with. him Friuay most interesting talk was made on the
V here The Journal is first called for rears has been advising sick women and .W.LAMAR. President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cisb tr
Messrs Wright Reeves Shevely lesson by Brother Kierce
of : of the West M. E. CLARK.Vice-President and Cashier. 1.W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier
free
and read. It is making what West charge. Address Lynn. Mass.
; A GENTLEMAN'S: TASTE IS BEeT spent Wednesday afternoon in Mus Hill Baptist church, of ,Pensacola] and
SUITED WITH A Florida has boon in much need of. a
4 cogee. Sunday night Rev. A. S. Countryman.
great paper that will furnish all the Mrs Wright who has been confined' of Canoe preached to a very interested THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
news of the country promptly and re to the house on account of her arm. congregation.

: CERTIFIED CHECK liably. I I MARI4MNA II was able to'attend the Social Club Mr. D. M. Merritt attended preach. or pENsncoui. FLA. ,
gathering yesterday afternoon. .
ing at Powelton
Sunday last.
1 t1 5c CIGAR. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. Mr Robert Kitrell and family were DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
Foley & Co., Chicago originated We hope that some good preacher
1Hv the guests of.D. A. Wampler and fanvJly .
.
V I ik All the Qualities of flaror,aroma Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung! will convert some of the,Sunday bird CAPITAL STOCK $ OOOOO. SURPLUS $60,009.

;4 ; j V embodied in It merit and popularity of FoI- y's Honey Marianna. Feb. 22.-Mrs. J. T 'Mr. Talton Ward and :Mr. Mxrvln DIRECTORS.
and Tar many immitations are of- Mathg-ws. of Atlanta Ga.. is the guestof I Itch-Ringworm.D Knotty of Atmore are expected to be
t A. Greenhut & Co. fered for similar sounding names. Beware Mr. and Mrs. L. Wiselogel, her T. Lucas, WIngo, Ky., writes, among the Mardi Gras visitors. Henry L. Covington Frank Rcilly F. E. BraMner
; V k of them. The genuine Foley's cousins.Dr. V April 25, 1902: 'For 10 to 12 years I Mrs: 'Hattae Harper made a flying J. M. Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco C.\Y. lamar
.v DISTRIBUTORS. P. B. of was a Bryan Duimody T. F. McGourln J. R. Saunders J
Sneads
Honey and Tar is in a yellow package Wilson bad been afflicted with a malady trip to Pensacola. last.
Wednesday
:i ii PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. Ask for it and: refuse any sub visitor in the city yesterday.Mr : known as th9'.ltch: The itching was Mr. Joseph A. McKlnnon spent Saturday A. M. Avery W. ".!Milton 0. E. Maura

r V stitute., It Is the best remedy. for 4 <. anIrs.. Jo.\ W. Rites give a, most unbearable; I had tried fot'ars and Sunday last in Pensacola. W. L. Cawthon Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe OcrUng
coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alemberte, Wash ngton.& Birthday,,party tonightat to find relief having tried all, remedies Hr*. Mama Merritt and little Alex MeGonln. Q. M. Covington, M. E. Clark.
!1 Morris Dannheisser druggist. and a.pothecary.APALACHICOLA. their residence. I could hear of. besides a num. daughter Bunkse were the guests of
V V Mr. Chas. ,Kelley is suffering ,with, her of doctors. I. wish to state that her,mother. Mrs. Henry Jones Wiad I Account of Bank*, !ndIvIduaIiCorporatIons and Firms Solicited. .
gh (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros blooa in both hands we hope
) :
j poison one single application Pof Ballard's hist.
nesday Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
,f } Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine before long to be able to shake hands Snow Liniment cured me completely L J
The of Miss dell Thomas
.; ;h1 I Wines Beer and Tobacco. II I IS with him again. and permanently.: Since' then I have and Mr.wedding Jos. Gates was very qwetW'
.
The Times-Courier has installed a used the liniment on two separate occasions V t
Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedalty gasoline engine in ,the Press room. for Ting worm"and it cured e long congratulate and happy them life.and wish thema

12 W. Zarragossa Mr Ai Hogeboom, The Journal representathe completely. *25c, 50c and $1.00. SoJJK}
_;; PENSCAOLA. Street ecial to The Journal. ,was in town yesterday.Mr. by all druggists ,
: V FLORIDA. lApalachicola Feb. 22.-The Apalichee A. Paul. special agent for the V ,
Club has just received a fine Land Office at Gainesville has left Sarcastic."Mr. ;

THEGORDON lot of furniture for its rooms, and the for his home after a stay of several EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE A
v :i appearance! the same as very mucu days. Come again Mr Paul you are I OLIVE II e
improved thereby. good and pleasant company.Th .
; M.2-srs F. Comforter andV.. E. citizens of this place would like
BROWN Teague have purchased the property I to know what has become of the C.. a. '
used by Mrs. Gibson as a boardinghouse bonds for electric lights that were Special to The Journal. CHECKING ACCOUNT. ;

V voted for not long ago. Were the Olive. Feb. 22.-Th re will b*.> aI
HARDWARE COMPANY Mr Robertson. th lessee of the ever sold* If not why does the council reaching at the Olive Baptist church f'i
: Everett House, at Thomasvill'1 has arrang0 not let a. company have a franchisefor next Saturday night at 7 o'clock; also
:, *!to have a hotel built and work these needed improvements? Sunday at 11 clock] and Sunday nightat It is- convenient as well as practicable to tpay'
*lf Pensacola Fla. will begin at once The. question here now is how will 6 30 o'clock" by Rev. E. C. Clayton: your bills by check thus avoidingthe
;i Biggest Hardware Firm This One of the snag 'boats belonging to I the new court house be paid for. in of Flomaton. Ala. Everybody is cordtally .
the Engineering Department is on the interest ,bearing .bondsorby" ""_ notes on IpvitC'J' to attend. Come and I risk of carrying money, or leaving it

: Side of Birmingham. marine wars: .toeing repaired the count, listen to what the good brother has to at homer where it might be stolen. "
:Mazie the four year old daughterof Dividing the county was talked: of say
tq -
; J. C. Manuel; diea last week aftera for' a whiU but that is a dead issue There was another interesting SunMOTIILRS 1 We solicit "account be it ;
We Will Save You Money on lingering illness. now and will not materialize for. sev your large or

Mr. R. Collins has purchased an out eial. years to come, at least small, and guarantee prompt, efficient i
4 Your Purchases ofHARDWARE fit for the manufacture of cement Marianna has three mail a. day
and
courteous treatment to all. t
stone. now; the accommodation due at 12:14 01PNSACOLA .

; Walter, Parley has just finished anew biings: a mail How long now before
i gasoline boat. the fourth one: will start? __ 1 V Four per cent interest paid depositors .
Staff Hathcock has completed bi< i ;4i\ i in our savings department.

V of all kinds, such as kerosine ,boat and sold] the same to Are You Restless Night \

'VI.ij the Ilardawaj Bride Company. And h rrasstkbya bad,.cough'? Use I t
Antonio Messina died Saturday Bollard's Horehound' Syrup, it ""*ill 'secure ARE YOUR CHILDREN THIN. PUNY 1
Mill Supplies Turpentine Tools tx? /, ,
; V morning at the advanced age of sound sleep and effect: a I
you
seentysir AND AILING? IF SO READ j ic
Belting, Piping, Ammunition, Etc. prompt and raalcal cure,. ( V
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ORGAN FUND ENTERTAINMENTFROM WELSH CARRIAGE..CO. THIS. 4 FIRST NATIONAL BANK
: Write to Us for Prices.VVOOD. 3 TO:8 SATURDAY P. M. I'
CLOSED FOR EW. DAYS I '-'-' ,
"Vinol will make children strong, I.-
Saturday afternoon from 3V to 8 On account oiiicothplicationsIn ; robust anrosy. or we return your -OF PENSACOLA. FLA. :
o'clock there will be an entertainmentat J'tf7.iT' \..
: the home of Mrs R. M. Avery 41 the business which he recently purchased mooo ; oI W H.KSOWLM Pre.. W.K BTBR.Jiu, V..Pr*..and Caier.. ,
John G.,Welsh has issued the 'Is there a mother in Pensacolawho T.W. BRETT and W N.ROBBRTB Aset CahlM
East Cbase street for the benefit of following notice!' will ignore such'a generous offeras DrBECTOB-F. C.. Brent. W. A. Hlount. W. H. Knowles. W. K. Hjer 3iD f
V All kinds that you want. the St. Katharine's church organ .. NOTICE.To this? You risk not onj cent. We Bighead is always alone. lie O. Brent.

: fund. The'admission will be 15 cents : FrIendsOwn'gto: a misunderstanding pay for all the Vine you child takes doesnt seem to care for anybody's
My -
and a suitable program will be rendered : ciety but his -- -
ir OAK AND PINE between the formerowners if it does no good. own. ,I
: and refreshments served The of. the plant recently knownas "There are V plenty, of children all **Yes, I never saw anybody so fond of
children .will come in_ fancy dress as : around who thin. ailing bad ** ... .
than us are puny conv- -- ---- --
cheaper you can buy the J. G. Welsh Carriage Co, on -- -- -
a special "Mardi Gras feature. time. Don't want to 1t
1 and tired all the
; it anywhere. Any size you :West R mana street tQA plant Is now
want. :3feb2t. Vtf closed trial between the I do this and don't want to do that. Do HILTON ORHKJ,riasinasa. T. S. WKLLKS VICE.I'UiI'fI>UT t
pending a
V not blame] the children;' they have no E. M.&VIHXXLL.CAtHUr 1IAl\I8J'lKLD\ MORJUIO..A.U.Cu HI" ,

i ; E.i: C. SEWELL their former understanding differences.owners and. Through misrepresentation-a settlement the" mis-of strength growth! takes no blood all] their no strength.vitality; rapid V Citizens National Bank, :

"' "Vinol Is just what your child needs. or Pen..eOla. Florida }
Phone 614. i V V of others 1haVe innocently been It Is a delicious cod liver oil prepara.. j XU.rootcu: ._.
il vrce i drawn into this difficulty. and: have ton.! and chlhaten love it. It creates .\Y Wrijht. MorrUd ear. T. K. wtt:' fGeo.
_
V V l '4 Jr'1 been In hopes day by day for the past strength makes rich, red blood and Elz JC Roblnian. CUtoa Qtttz- r

43 1 week that the matter would be cleared vitality as nothing else can, and aftera t1VV A -ENER\L BANKING BUSINESS! TRANSACTED. ;
hat I could the plant
l ft up so open severe sickness there is nothing 4
V and resume business, but up to this child ----,
that will build your up like Vi
t V KING time nothing has been accomplished :nol.! ;
/.f_ In this direction. I kindly ask the The following letter is only one of .................. ... .....................
V : indulgence of my friends for a short hundreds which we have receive J. S. REESE. President. E. W. MENEFEB. Casaler.1 : ..
t 4: I time. when I hope to be able to attendto from mothers teling what Vine! has i J -

) PRISCUS their needs in. the carriage and dona for their children. T"EPEOPl '&B K" dfPENSACOLA. f

wagon line. I Mrs. E. .M. Oswalt, of :Mansfield
: Respectfully. Ohio writes "My little daughter became Director*-L, J. Reeves, J. 8. Reese W. DeC. Kessler R- M. Carjr .
JOHN G WELSH. l so poorly that I was obliged to I* I W. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton. !

*ti WILL WEAR SHIRT, I take her from school. She was thin TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. J ..
Croup. no appetite tired all the time and TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLTr SOLICITED; -
V COLLAR AND CUFFS Begins with the ,sjmptoms of a common weak. We* had tried several medi' I .............. ...................... ..... .... .. ..

LAUNDERED BY cold; there is chilliness sneezing cines without benefit. Since taking --
4.-:. sore throat, hot'skin,..quick pulse, Vinol, however, she ia as well as ever; : -
hoarseness and impeded respiration. she has gained In flesh has rosy
Give frequent,small doses of-Ballard3 cheeks and good appetite and .is go-
The Star Steam Horehound Syrup. (the child will cry ins to ,school every day. : ""'r' V R at.c.n, """ -6J- ,...,.'" J"o. M..I' .:'.
for It) and at the:first sign' of a coupy We want to say to every mother in 7-- p,*.. "-' .JL CX; ; '-''-'m See ,
: av.o LM.tp ccugh apply frequently Ballard's Snow Pensacola that Vinol will build your V Bad,Til I ncr. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Laundry. Liniment to the throat. little ones up into strong robust, New Bank Director-Instead of paying SteatnDomesticAnthracite
; for catching defaulter.
much money
; V1VD5tC. Mrs A. Vliet.. New Castle. Colo, healthy children. We have V never o COAL
Pof Ibl. why! not take that money and Increase.alar.ea and Blacksmith
I 37 E. &arC en St. Phone 114. an up-to-date Buyer work-Is?your new ctograptij 'writes. March 19 ,JW2{) !."I thInk Ballard sold anything equal to it in our star?V ao that the employee went be

Penaacola FIa.t Book Ageit-Yts. lr. It was Issued thli .9 Horehound Syrup -wonderful for this purpos1 and we will return tempted to root V O c No. 43 _Sonth- ::3 Telephone 93-an'I
morning alter receiving the latest ntwl remedy, and so pleasant to take." Sold 5 cur money if It fails. W. H. White &; .President-If we did that 1 reckon moss I I Yard: corner Tarragona and o % "Phones 6 __
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THE PENSACOLA. &OURNAL. FRIDAY MORNING.I FEBRUARY 23/ 1906
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Sour i A PERSUASIVE SMILE; .1'' --- .3

VISITORS Stomacli"I h1 AlezanderI '
FORI That af Evangelist Rare.7 '
cone*,:Off. I
used Case.rta and f.i like *new man I ks.. Alexander, the famous Read
been ..offerer from dp.iss and oar *ton>Mlt Charles M. Habe You
for the last iwo yein. I bT been ukinc medi mission who Is about. to begin a
singer
.
cine aol other drnc* but could And no reli*lonlV I'
MARDI GRAS itibort time I will recommend latrtreu to campaign Philadelphia: with the Rev.
my friend. M tb* only thing for indigestion and 04i -
I dition.oat stomach and to. keep the bowel' in eood COB. Dr. Torrey, has a smile that has much "
They irs ry nlretoeat. "
Harry Stuekley.Uknch Chunk,Pa .to do with the effectiveness of his mis- t
slon musIc; The Alexander smile is one
:
ARRIVING that rarely comes off, and the expres- THESCPAP : :

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sion of tbe singer's face home'the goes a long ::..:i .
way toward carrying wordsof
the missionhymns. Ills face has a '
t- :. : ,
frank, open expression and when Ht up The- The -'

by his smile wins the sympathies of
Many Are ,Now Here and Others the most stony and Indifferent to the LatestMagazine QreatestMagazine'

cause which ;he represents: Mr. Alex.
: Are Coming to Witness the ander is In the early thirties, has a
neaiant Palatable P.....n*.TaKteGood,Do Good smooth face and Is '..
MONDAYAT Never 61 Kea. Weaken or Onjw Me Be Me Ne e, good figure, a quite #.
Festivities. Guaranteed old la bnlk. The genuine.tablet .t.mped CCC. bald. He looks a good deal like an ac .
M core or jour oneybiick. '
\ L tor. Indeed he has the same sort of -
-- Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago: or N.Y. 595 .
HIGH
NOON magnetism that enables an actor to -I BWK -
ANNUAL SALE YEti .MILLION! BOXESGRANDBALU
Vsii r,;. from every section of the< win the sympathy and hold the attention -

country' are now arriving in Pensa of his audience. When he sang in .

KING( PRISGUS cola, attracted hero bj the big Car.I I .H --- ... -- Albert hall London his voice could be
heard away above the united voices ofTHE
fliva!, which. Is to occur next week" magazines read must read THE
VII No matter how many you you
and v\hici promises to be the most: I SCRAP BOOK the biggest monthly magazine ever published.
,,, *u" and be escorted* to magnificent! In the history of the, city! -

Royal Palace Kertrain' arriving bring crowdso' 1 4at THE SCRAP BOOK is big every way-Kg enough for 50 million

TUESDAY NIGHT routes grangers arc, beginning and: hotels" to become and 'boarJini crowded -I'I I readers-broad enough roomy enough, brainy enough, human'enough,

the Mystic Parade and Corona. while there are many' inqu riei: Fort Barrancas to grip the interest of every person in the United States who can spell

tjo. Ball.Monday. from dlffeient sections of' the south,I ', I out the alphabet. Whoever you are, THE SCRAP BOOK is for you.
and Tuesday the as well as north for 'reservations dur Friday Feb. 23.
Evening
Standard Clothing Company Ins: the Carnhal i! We can't tell you half, but here are a few titles at random :

the up-to-date Clothiers will be Reports received from :I Special dummy will leave the city! '
all -
'p'"i .. drts you in the latent are to the effect that the crowds section-that'rat 8 clock, returning after the dances I *' 7;. ._ The Moment of Decision-Roosevelt and Labor Unions Money i

ogp;" ,: at reasonabla prices. I will come to Pensacola:
exceed: by hundreds, those of prevl-i ious Tickets on sale on tram. I Walker-When Fate Casts the Dice-Preservation of the Human Body- ,

)'eJrs, and the hotels and boarding Admission, 50 cents. Ladies free. I The Coins of Caesar-A Horoscope of the Months-Superstitions of the I
No for I
.houses will be taxed to their ut.moot charge car. Theater-The Companions of Jehu-What the Prophets say about 1906

''i to care for the visitors. While -Benjamin Franklin-The Progress Women. and a hundred others.
"TADARDoTHff1 hundreds of strangers can now be ** *** *** **

i'THIESEIIBUll1 u seen upon the streets, the real influx _ Imagine the heart of all the magazines packed into one and you
will not beg'n until possibly tomor.17 PIANOS AND ORGANS. ; -
the and variety of THE SCRAP BOOK.
row morning, when It is expectec iio CASH OR EASY TE MS. .4 have some idea of vastness

w- that ,standing room on trains coming! .* All Piano Work Guaranteed. Everybody is going to read THE SCRAP BOOK sooner or later.
into the will CLUTTER A RUSHING
city be, at a 'prem'um.From ; ,
For Expert Watch Repairing and over the Pensacola and At.I- 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. ..v,0 The Price is Ten Cents a Copy and One Dollar by the'YearOn

lantic division of the Louisville and, }{ PHONE 476.
Engraving, go to Nashville, the Florala vision: and I all news stands or from the publisher
* **
other points in that section comes the I

J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler news that large crowds will come FRANK A. MUNSEY, 175 Fifth Ave., New York

from each town, and that Pensaco's'

213 South Palafox Street. will be crowded during. the two days:
or the festivities. POLLARDSpecla

The Latest Designs in Watchesand The decorations now being made< ll I ___ '
I by the prominent merchants and business ,
J Jewelry I men greet ,the eyes of the visitors mtl "EEmimiii:: mrsrY :ci

.. I as they reach the city, and as- > to The Journal. I l
sure them of the fact that they will Pollard. Feb 22.-II, C. Williams,, :1
FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. I, spend .an enjojable time while in of Canoe Station, arrlxel In town Sat., !
And Are Perfect Instruments.
!"S P and Stuffed Alligators ready i
Pensacola. Out Pianos
10- ,;b.pmi'nt. i urdaj with a view of locating among ::
us. )Ir. WlUams was formerly in 31 lI
(D!ange wood canes. with alligator: !
lvdd 75c No Case of Pneumonia on Record the turpentine .and mercantile business S _ Any one of our !Pianos! will\ perform Satisfactory .5

< % I We rio not know of single instance there, and having sold out, 151.! for lifetime. in 4
Jed Sht'l1an.1! Shell J welry. Shell a ; l Service a They are perfect
now looking for a new locat! on.
oInd i\\oodNoveltle8, Leather Goods a! pneumonia where a cough of consum'p'ion or cold resulted when Foley In- Julius Williams, of Dallas Texas' !: OOSPEIj SDJQEK.. AJTO HIS ClI ABUtS SWILL 5!. AliZXAKDKR I Are Built by action and their tone quality are unexcelled by !

pec1alty.MR.. C. N. McCLURE 's Honey and Tar had been taken, spent Sunday with his brother, W. A. I.m any in the world. You can have your own time ,. }
I Williams Mr Wiltams is a promi- the 3,000 jiieuitiers of the mission choir,
Opera House Building It cures coughs; and colds perfectly i
do take chances with nent business man In Dallas. He returned -' and it reached to the farthest recessesof 1 for payment.
!1117 E Government St. Pensacola, Fla. no; some Unknown Specialists
to his home Monday morning.Prof. You'can have time for
auditorium own payment.
preparation whieh may eon the great His enthusiasm your
_ _
--- Woody and wife succeeded in':
tain opiates, which cause constipationa and vitality are catchIng. and Mare I
R. K. WHITE7 organizing a nice class. and we look
.
condition that retards recovery froma I his mission !songs In speaking of I I. I.:
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jewelerand forward to some good singers in our
coli Ask for Fblsy's Honey and the popularity some< have-attained Mr.
Graduate Optician. church choirs in the future. Their

30 S. Palafox. St., Pensacola Fla., W.Tar A.and D'Alemb'rte refuse any substitute, druggist. offered.anJ concert were Saturday especially night pleased was: excellent.We with the. Alexander..U the has close said.of our ,great revival I Kranich & Bach, Lester Mehlin Clutter, Newton and Cassel, i 'i if

-- -- --- apothecary. w "!
sweet sopanooice of Mrs Woody. campaign in Melbourne. Australia, it ---- .-,.,
TERSELY TOLD Prof. Woody baritone was also a seemed to me that everybody in the I.
EDITORIAL FLINGS. treat. city was singing the 'Glory Song:' Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. Palafox St. C '
'.. .. to f Music House in Clutter Music House' Ph.ne-15 3 I'
Jno jA* E..lwar.d'f'nt.. Brewton "When by his a-nc. I shaftMook on his
,11'> .';Tectlve storeedvert1slnsison ; s I Tee Lon worth Roosevelt! engage' on' 'a- bus:ness' trip 'Tuesday. f..' .' faee. .,t ,4t. r.;.: ,, Florid' 'p.PENSACOLA, ,

,' 'it,.ions The day un which a link. ment simply'! goes to prove once more Hot Jno A. Wiggins 'and brother, That will be lry fw n>!-.! !6 "" A1. IJ!!"""' .. 't*. I oIr!" .. -..Eitm-1
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U.f :i. J n. HEtil. ;
f .U.Lf fJ
f f"ni"r
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n- .. ....
is iHv!), : is a disastrous dare that there ii' no way to keep aa Ohio Capt. C. I*, of Pine Barren, Fla, were "I got on the train and started on my I I.,.., & *.JI..IIJI.U..Il.U..U..Il..IUUNU..'"' ... ..iJI '_. 1uf JOI'4aiI' u.u..If'UItJJ/y. siI

W, II. nujt"I1 of Apalachicola, is in man out of the White[ House.-Portland in town Tuesday shaking hands with journey; As we went through Teranff -- ,-- --
their many friends a man and his wife, whom I bad met t :
the itv: on a 'short business visit. Orpgonian. ; ; ...
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*Y-Mi -M y.
Queen Alexandra is supporting a S. B. Coleman, who is with the I* at the Melbourne campaign, came CAKEand
B. F lohnson and W. It Johnson, American heireases &. N. bidge; crew', spent Sunday with: down to the station to 'meet oa. The
or ;Milton, were here jesteraay on movement to protect his family. .
from dissolute English; nobles. Is lady said. 'Mr.. Alexander, I am sure j AMUSEMENTSA
.
.uslnN; Dr Dave and W A. Fmla>', of Pine '
will be
interested to know
herself dramatized you anything I
she trying to get with home-
[A'I'\ Smith secrctarj; of the :Mu Parren, spent Sunday l about the "( oy SOD ." I ban-
Concord Patriot.
lal Aid _sociation; of Birmingham,, folks been over today to talk to a friend on CHICKEN SALAD
,
in the city on a business Nlit.La Two Indians have become missionaries Charlie Toomer had the misfortune, her deathbed and she asked U -
and gone to Sew York city Insteadof to mash his hand with the shingle me to
Thornton of :MulaU and C. W.lichardson to China. They show an accurate machIne at the mill Monday Luckily sing a verse' I Rang one verse, and !

: of'nlton, both prominent of where missionary workIs on bones: were broken but the hand she said.' "Oh. that: Is so dorious'! SALE
knowledge : e44
'trlrnitiue dealers are In th city on 1ed.-Florlda Times-Union was tadly bruised. Please ping another" I sang another, 1 '. 0 :'f

butInee'; connected with their Inter' most Mrs. :Martin, who recently arrived and during the chorus, while I was
Some of the insurance company directors -. v. Saturday Feb. 24
etoo> from North Carolina is sick at the singing "When by his grace I shall loot A ,

W J Martin, who has been spending are adopting a new policy of home of her sonS N. N. Martin on his face" she; passed to see the kingIn ; ; '. c.- "
se'ems to be a good one- i c at
:ie past six; or SCTen months in varl late, which Our town authorities are really hav. his b a1tj.' ** + vt' S

op portion of Pennslvvama, returned that of accepting; readily the resignations ing the dutches: scraped out at the ., v, .
Telegram. -- -- -- 4 Rosenau & Gereldsby
-
Lawrence
to the city yesterday afternoon tendered bottom just a little bit. What a; I > t ir. '

J T Sailer a prominent contractor If Carnegie has started out to patchup pleasure Jt would. be to walk dry' t ,
the differences between all the mar' shod on t the streets of Pollard Thei'xpense Bay Excursionby "
i' :Milton./ Fla.. was' in th* city y;ater"av + > 5 M;' <
he willdiscover of shoes would] lessenedalso .
who drift apart over .5. .
rIM couples -
endeavoring; to secure brick for .5 ... the tt
.
-S Daughters Confederacy.
f
-:as. in course of construction! or which some kinds of trouble he,didn't know stands in the street and on the ( .- I The proceeds will go to the Soldiers I

be iv about to b'gtn.11': Salter say about before.-Chicago'b vwd-Herald. sidewalks: for weeks at a time. Temple No. 14 Home In Jacksonville.:
Shafner, from Coneeuh county, ,
:\Ir,
rut :Milton\ Js fast
building !>
up very
is Vfsilmg 'Mr;. W.1.: l. Skinner, his ,. !) '
*!ut that h fladg it difficult to securefatertai .! : --;''-

as fast as be requires it fords at shippiiij points;: for $::1 per!' pound daughter, thU week I Rathbone Sisters : t
in menthol N. N Martin the turpentine man,
'A'ork.Ev. This oil is Ul"c.1 pirncipa j

..n> p"on.ho has a spare room oils products.! used in..nd chemiFtrjIVn is one 'of. the essential nude:Monday a flying business trip to :Mobile! MONDAY' FEB. 26. GRAND BALLS Ii

'" 'AUI, or who can accommodate a W C Jones was a business Vsitor
'i'.*. *>a tble boarders hould in a
put to Mobile Monda\
will hold a regular ineetiug .
tat> ad in The Journal at once The this (Friday) afternoon at 2:30} Our street overseerVm, Lets (colored Will leave Palafox Wharf at 2 p. mOving Feb.26and27at I
'If' : s already fining up with strang clock in the Krights of PUhias Cas ) is bnsjin,;' himself; a few dajs I
"f*. anti many of them w 1ill stay hire tie Hall Initiations will 1 tak? place I this week with! a I lick! and a promise: l voj the opportunity of sec- .I
?c> "A' lavs Smidai"s Journal' willVre.pti Visiting members cordially IncitedMrs .I Ion our ditches. I log! the beautiful. warships and lifesaving I n."

et opportunities to tho*j Jenny Sodtrqulst M. K. C., Miss The I*,.& N. pay car passed through Etat'on
C. K. of A. Hall.
ho naompthin, to se1, rent, ex Thur dar l IcaMng railroad 4 4 l.
1strutb, M. R C. Pollard our
U,fcsie Lind(< .. .. ,
,'!jans. -Fare, Adults! .. .. .. 50 cents
; o those who want to buy boys hanpfor a short time.

'omeib' u?.or who want a position. .Mlan Southern and Hotel wife, P.arrivals S. Moms: C. New M.Iarnet Mrs: II. T. Stroit returned home Childrc ., .. .. .. ..25 cents Barrios' Full Orchestra. I IAll
trl (gfor: giindaj's paperoil.j ;Monday f:om' a successful mission .
000dm New Orleans I _
"' hf ,eit in as early as possible G Orleans. H-mdinan; P T anti, wife., Illinois.! F ary to ir of 'Vp.H FloriJa 1 Arc Invited. l

Mob.. Miss Anna Jcne- left Wednesdav<< REFRESHMENTS ON BOARD.
!
Rosneter: Louisville and wife Chicago; A. D Flazer, '
and
Fultz for New Orleans to Jake In the,' ('a rr.1.j
Xa hviie tra n No. 1 yesterday con Indiana Mrs N. A. Pow "11. Kentucky; ; : S Visitors Especially; dcome.
and also to buy a -- --
"sr".1 j Of four sectjonSj two of which Kentucky: A. B. Cole, vat spring stock oVgoods.
Shilcj,
Mist reserved to eject
.. ; I Right f
i.- iolid Allen.Illinois.. I
Pullmans At Bay MinetteHK Inlianapoha: Wm. A. .
br.m Mwkers disembarked from: G"o.V.. AlV n. Illinois;. Chas, Hack I' Iuijne% Grocery Co. .' .7 objectionable parties. +:
Torturing eczema spreads its burn
.
I Illinois Mrs
'onri section 110 of whom go Illinois, G. H Thelmeu. ; !
Ohio ing area every dare Dan ntmnt: i I(
.
\latMIia.. Springs ani tWrtj-;&i\ tot I Kronenberger and daughter. S. Palafox :
H 604 6CS, 603 610 St. t't -
Southern Plantation Company at! Cecil C. Ho rtson, Jacksonville Fla.. quickly stops the itchm its spreading, cures it, instantly i ireJieve.i 'I ;Phone 725. ;.'". S ., .: "- Fce ,=,a:11."o.: : (t-'

h*'.\'r'\hUertf',John J.They Johnson were of accompanied South Bend I Gordon F. Bibran.Fred Cincinnati.A. Kranth Ohio, Louisville; D. B.: '. At any drug? store. permanently -I II Ii I V. J. VIDAL, Manager. : :',''" -. S S Floor Manager. 1!

.
IBt> i Straubel. G!.'o. P Mann, Green '
has '
developed through ,tot C. A. i I ; .q ,
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'!1made of the soil in Baldwin: Bay. \Vis Hard IJnrn."I I I THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO ; S I

tour" \ h\ :Mr Foley that mint can bet' r heaUh promoting I tell you. man was not meant to EAT .5 OPE Rtf OUSE
'''rll' Wholesome and I
grown and J that the oil exh
The in business t : }
alone. man
'anllla.b- live young '
: Received
'Vj! from the will I Blue Ribbon- Lemon ana Just. : : ;. ';
product average r J'i.
.
: ,
1. producer front sixtj to 1DOi I solutely pare. Goes twice as; far andgives who.is "not married is seriously handi I i Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch .., .;'.,: '..... >' ,(.S., 4... ,, .,..5'fr "' ,. NIGHT
: the "Blue Ribbon Fla capped. I, 50 kits o! fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per < ,' 51' .5 :.. .. : ,. ., MATINEE AND
> desserts / : :
,:;.a, i* r aere. anj all of the oil I "That's what! Not being I able to put j :f/ ;. i- ; I 1. : r tlf'! ;-
"
kit.
an be soil : C ,
produced will readily I 1vor his property in his wife's name be's at :I 50 kits Salmon. $1.23; per kit. Monday, Feb. 26. 4 4I

-- ..-- the mercy of his creditors."-.Catholic 51) kits halibut fins $1.25 per kit. .
Standard and Times. i 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds I A Bunch of Beauties With The "Rajah of Bhong," Next Monday "Afternoon I Eugene Spofford Offers the New Musical IYI
.IWD tbe Fun 1 1I Corned:! !4:
f} /ffin caevary : 1.5 per kit. and Night. I
.
:A"Uve, o Qmnmom2 I Bloaters, Milkers and Roes Herring;I <
!li: ,;DrI b"i. :l5c A..7_ while: the witness I Codflsn ,Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickles from the family' circle: :The Rajah of Bhong
"" .CCdbOneDayGrip. : Day) \\ere you annoyed. on I German Sauer Krout.PIG's I "The Rajah of Bhong. I hand clapping
'
stand T* I Feet in kits $\.00Maaewal One of the particularly bright feat.I and thy "bl-rls" from the ocmpants
< i 1 "The RaJah I ia the gallery:-. I
: the comedy of the-benches
.'- "Slightly} answered great corporation : and Lanse's Fruit Cake. urfs of the musical ,Book and Lyrics by W: L. Roberta.
magnate '"The judge and one I National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25c, of Bhong" which will have it*i,I i In "The Rajah of Bhong" ha-has -apart Music by Hal. L. Campbell
I at the opera house I that suits his personality two other peopje in the courtroom first production I
or -
Masks for Mardi Gras. teemed to think they were quite as important : per' We pcund.handle the celebrated blends of Monday afternoon ana: Monday W.night.H.(marked degree and which to demonstrate gives him I A featu'eful Fountain of Fun.
of )Ir. opportunity
I 'is! the clear cut work I every
as m.self.Washington Star. Coffee roastEd bv the Gulf City Coffee See the Beautiful Cborua :
appliances for .Mardi : Co.. H. P. Chlpman, Manager. j Brown. one of the leadIng comedians his undoubted ability Bewildering Scenic Pro4uo '
\
I I We have all the "'funny business" : Mr Brown. A Bit .
I ..ct organization. >
the
masks 5. cents.L I Vald. lb. Gold Standard, 25c .
35c
Oaxaca ,
; .
assorted. paper tton ,
Gras. Cloth Domino and to the farcial GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES kA
I Wire masks 10 cents. Large bells :lOo dozen; small bells She (preparing for a ride)-Do you I lib; Diamond Blend, 25c Ib; Goldea I""bile frequently descends to leaning"hor e' pla>" but A Dazzling Dream of Delight ,*A ,:j,
think-I'oaxht to wear veil? Rio. 20c'lb. never Blind. Bleeding. Protruding
my
I Se dozen.Ooo'is. laughter-producing efforts itching 30-PEOPLE-30 *
He-ffon. Otherwise the wind might : Strictly frf'sh'ro ted and as gooi confines his methtula and Piles. DruggiSts are authorized to refund .

L iBool:: .s-tox-o. blow your complexion off,-DetroitTrlbtm I as. any Coffee sold! In this city. I to legitimate and] refinftl from the cntic'a I money if PAZO OINTMENT falls. Prices': Night 25. 50 TSc and $1.O

I I ".5. 22S. 21S S-" ,..,.,.. at,..'. r......'. T *. i Send promptly us your orders And we". will. deliver thus seat In gain the applu parquet as well as the i to cure in fi to 14 dajg.. SOc., .- '.; Matinee 50 and 75 Cent ;


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:1ktfk PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA r JOURNAL FRIDA.Y_ MORNING FEBRUARY ,23, 1SOB' *

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son to fear: Dl..mch..1hW:.;**& *. w&M4mi -; **#****! #*** .'..'." ." rofessionaIDfrey
J f for the sake of regularity I we shan ** a&. *t-5 '

be 'mfutola JoumI continue to uphold the Monroe doctrine 1: MR. ROOSEVELT f CHEAP COFFEE IS 1 1A ii iiI THOS.
but it is doubtful if the American *; AND THE CANAL fc PEIILEY--,

people want to 'go any further ".% '''. LAW. REAL ESTATE

than that. Certainly they don't want Mobile Item., 71-1 POOR INVESTMENT. COLLECTIONSN'
their government turned into an -. II J
R DAILY. WEEKLY., SU NDAY. H I : PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
agency few the collection of claims >> with ,
| ; PHONE
do so 559.
What Is the use of drinking coffee unless can ; ;
i EXCEPT MONDAY held by usurers of Europe aa'nst the I ::..-. I pleasure have nniddy taste that wlllpouany | : :
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING 4 ? Cheap coffees that heavy
.
I weak little states of Central and let.t
President Roosevelt has sent a *
how elaborate .it be. THE DIFrER: -
meal no matter may .
: ...BY... South Amnica..x' ter .ronress.-recommending'a lock :. BETWEEN GOOD COFFEE((and bad coffee is so great that..we can. ti' 'I T.1YATESMDOPTICIAN Ot;

# ** canal] on the Isthmus. After readingthe se* how people buy some of the alleged coffees that are .sold our
L THE JOURNAL COMPANY. diverse opinions of engineers of Cafe De Monde Coffee has been a standard and popular coffee here ,

THE SALE OF THENORMAL worldwideame and of the canal for the past 13: )'ears. Carnival coffee in cans, 1 lb. 40 cents, 2 IDS. .
# BUILDING # i, 75c. 3 .Ibs $1.00 is exceptional flavor and aroma-others like It 306 THIESEN BVIIDICH
; FRANK L MAYES President and General. Manager. t. 'fA commissioners, it would be.: difficult and you will too. Phone us your coffee wants. We guarantee.. YOU

i DeFuniak Breeze. ii to see how'lJie,4>resldent could have will te pleased..' H ng Pnscus.drinks' U and $ays "it's fine.? .. i H. T. CRAWFORD
i 1
k. 4 ricommendaji otherwise except: on R 1- ,
.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. t.a."H: $ "$ "H .I happygo.luc' choosing in favor of. a 14 W Garden I A 7' I AAXQXThe Popular REAL EST A TE.
e Phone 183 LA. JMOwD T Grocer. i
sea level canal, because it would costa : MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS
i .- SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The item in the news columns of hundred million or more to construct .....................f.............. .......... ...... LECTED. CO..l

this pap2r in reference to the sale of 414 THIESEN BUILDING.
4' One Year .................f3; 00 Ono Month........ .......... 45 Normal Buildings is of much So far at! any practical result Pensacola Fla.
; 11 Six Months .. ............. 2 50 One Week,................ 10 more goea Mr.: Roosevelt and Mr.'
_ i Three Months..._. ....... 1 23;) Weekly Edition, per year.$1 00 than passing Interest not only to the Taft need not expanded so much time, WHW-J MK#*** i .... .
4. people of 3Fur/ak Springs and Wal-
ton'county. but to the state at large labor and official stationery. This | DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY, |

i The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed and for that, matter the whole south ccmes from the fact that the men on I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZ3E E *

.1g4 ; Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. in that It means the establishment whom they depended for informationand I

: here ''Of another educational institu- for facts failed to agree. The experts STERLING SILVERWARE, |
B? tion of more than local importance having disagreed so radically a I' ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS,

t Offices. 108 and 110 East I Papers on Sale on Trains, and to our own people in that it brings definite, non-expert opinion of a satisfactory ,
I several things to the front that here- I CUT GLASSWARE. '
I$ Government. Phone38. and at all 'Newsstands.PCNSACOLA. tofore have been too little thought character could not well '
have been looked from'' Mr. Roosevelt
P 1 of. |I for -
The first'of these from local view and Mr. Taft. The two great
I FLORIDA FRIDAY' 1>lOIL""ING. FEBRUARY 23::, 1906 a I
canals Suez and tha Sco., It
point is that It forces! to the front the are the Engraving and Fine Statfonory.
is to these that Mr. Roosevelt has
question of a new school building.and
1 foreigners from the Flowery Kingdom.Chinesj3 one in keeping ",11th the growth of the turned to find a basis for an opinion -
i1 A Florida Newspaper'sDeclaration
: town. I I in the matter of constructing the Pan-
of ) in this Cuntry..bae predicted Our high school must go on. It I: ama' canal, whiCh according to both f. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention I DR.J.H.MOCKDental
: Independence the greatest massacre of modern cannot do Mr. Roosevelt 'and Mr. Taft, i is "be-
so without a building. Even
v The Tampa Tribune having evidently times. with the use of the Normal buildingsthis "done ing built" ",instead of saying it's

been worried along similar lines to year the faclltles! have been tax. done 'Surgeon.
The Suez is a sea! level canal cut
Co.
r the worry experienced by other news All this talk about Japan purchasing ed to provide: fur the pupils of our.through a sandy plain; the Boo Is a E. O. Zadek Jewelry
Crown and Bridge Work
papers, has issued a declaration of inJfpence the Philippines is hot air pure and own other town localities and county who wished and those to from take lock canal, cut through land presenting ;' MOBILE, ALA. J Painless Extracting of a Teeth.Special:,

which it would not be a bad simple. The Japs are too wise to invest advantage of the educational opportunities -those conditions! somewhat similar to ".,'..7I-fi. ..iMf.i?** ii- *M*.. HS**#****#*.#.** 2BY2 S. Palafox St.

)W .idea for all newspapers to adopt. The in a sold brick. afforded here, but if we had no one found seems on to know the 'canal Just what zone.would As 7 and 9 Old Armory Building

qfl Tribune says: been able to retain these buildings Phone 1077.
happen should a sea level canal be ___ I
The Tribune as well as the other Senator Tillman is soon going to and be it remembered that even after constructed d or what one would cost! a2aa22aa 22aaa22ea22aaa =
.. ,papers of this city is continual- been able to retain these buildingsby
being make a speech upon Panama. If or how many years it would take to I :
lv annoyed by visits and telephone speeches dug canals the Isthmian' the Presbyterians the State Board complete it. Mr. Roosevelt took the Pensacola, St. Andrews and
:i messages from persons who get into would not consider it until the school safe side in the matter of ,time and]
2 $ trouble of their own making appealing ditch would hav been completed board had been 'given an opportunityto cost a matterof ten years in time Screens Screens Screens \ Gulf Steamship Co. I

;: it to the paper to keep their names long ago. purchase them, and refused or neg--and a difference of a hundred million .

t I cut of the news columns. lected to do so. or so far as we can dollars or so In money. Mr. Taft ((0 N STEAMER TARPON .
This practice has become so general MHH c1r 'i :: ascertain. make an effort to ascertain -places! the differences at $107.000.000.
i. 1 e that the Tribune has been forced ? what the wishes of the people but considering the paucity of facts 11 Higgins' patented all Metal Screens for windows W w. C. JAR OW, Master ,

: to adopt a strict and inflexible rule *. UNITED STATES NOT : were in reference to it, we might from the. experts who have figuredand ru j doors, etc. Now is the time to put them in. Let f N ,BlRST-CL L&oikAutkH: AM '

i& applicable to all alike A DEBT COLLECTOR. have been able to go on for a year figured after going over the IU J 'us' make ,you a, price before summer.: They are IS N FREL 'T fc-EKVlCE ,
Hereafter THE NAMES GO IN. 1 two until for time -Betw"lAPENSACOLA. -
4 ft; or some arrangements ground a, dozen or more, Mr. ,
: '. Nearly every gambler, loafer. frequenter % Savannah News. I bonds or other equitable means of Taft could have named almost any ru mesk copper bronze, and absolutely rust proof. MOBILE. APALACHkCOLA. r

t.4 of lewd houses drunkard or raising the money to bylld with mightbe sum as the difference in cost a mere NN CARRABELLE, ST. AN-
;.1L; ; saloon "bum"who is caught by theft ; 'Y "; "; devised.As trifle to the ordinary impatient DREWS. MILLVlLLE. r

t + rxillce and 'yanked tip before a court it is now something must be American who would have a bad I IrH C. H. TURNER And all point en St. Andrew Bay r'
rq hurries either to the Tribune omce or Who killed the Dominican treaty? done and that at once. Just what is cas3 of nervous prostration waiting Carr beUo and Apala..hlcola.I

to the nearest telephone and 'puts up a That is a Question tbat is being asked the best plan to pursue we confess twenty :jears for a sea level canal SCHEDULE r..
41 E. Garden St. Phone 345. ft
I4 sickly tale about "not wanting his In Washington now that it seems to ourselves unable to say but something knowing at the same time that a lock Leave pe &cola Sunday. 1.30 5.a. r.
Yif j name used on account of his folks be admitted that the treaty is dead. It must be done and that at once. canal could have been completed in m N for Mobile Ala.
r.
;: { The Tribune can easily sympathize one-third of that time. Leave Pensacola Tuesday. 8 3D
has been bald that Senator Bailey kill- Another thing brought to the front p.
/w; with a poor unfortunate who, through. ed It when he answered Senator Pat I especially in this! campaign year is Of course ,' neither )fi. Rooseveltnor ,aaa2222222aaaaaaaaae22aa2fUp. m. for St. Andrews MillvUe Apt- r:

c : RI tfr Feme untoward combination of circumstances terson's speech. It will be recalled the necess-'ty: of looking more care- :Mr. Taft said a word about' l let Jacnlcola. Carrabelle and Intermetha-. -#'
gets into a police '
or ting out the canal work to contrac
to the election of points.
fully the
:l-: 1 criminal court muss. With many of that Senator Patterson declared hecouldn't men on tors. This great work should not be For additional information apply! tj r,
school board. In the there has
:,3r: these fellows. it U by no means be bound by the caucus action past left to political bunglers to handle .re Fire Fire J. R. SAU.N'DKRS.
been a hullabaloo over' such largely m r,
i r Ii&bituai and the Tribune feels frequently of his party in the matter of the Prtllldent.
'- Mr. Roosevelt term will almost have E. R. COBB.
clerical offices those of tax
": that it would be treaty. Senator Baitey showed him as assessor r
doing expired before any appreciable work Gen. Fit. and Pass. Agl ,
r a grave injustice to them and their so plainly that he could that it wasn't and collector while the much shall have been donen.nd the work Pensacola. Via. r

(i families to print their names in connection his conscience that was troublinghim more important offices of membersof will, perhaps,- run through two more The Fire: Sale ,
L' t with troubles which are to a that no other Democratic senator the school board are given only presidential terms, and, with each Big r,;
large extent of accidental thought it advisable to secondary or no consideration .
origin. disregardthe I I election there may be a different party DIRECTORY r,;
But the Tribune has no sympathy caucus and vote for the treaty We ito not wish t&be'considered as '
: in control: What 'good 'can be : ", .
.
t i with the habitual violators of the statutory And the treaty.cannot be ratified without i- 'complain: that tba Presbyterians I I gained by making the canal a mere Begins r.:
& and moral law who gets Into' Democratic votes, at least four have gotten these buildings at perhaps political "sluice-way through which 'Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F. ;
., the toils of the courts and one-fourth their 'value We are glad I I I. 0. 0. 1' ..
appeal to Democratic otes. giaft.and official rottenness may flow Thursday Morning at 9 o'clock. Joppa Lodge, No.6, "
L a newspaper to depart from its duty As a matter of fact, however, the of it. uninterrupted for years though different meets ev'er'y'Tuesday evening at 7 .:> t:

; to tho public antf to bring criticism: Republican have never seemed to beery Glad of it because it means a school! I political parties may te in power All Goods Will Be Sold of Cost. o'clock at Rafford Hall West Gardea
; upon itself as a public journal by that will add further prestige to De- Regardless cordially favlted. -
I \ anxious for the ratification: of it. ? With the work let out by contract St. Visiting brethren are
; I omitting their names or altering them It is doubtful if many of them are not Funlak as an educational center. Glad a definite idea as to time and I
:. f 50 that they 'will not be identified aM very much In doubt about its w adorn| of it because it is going to force: our 'I cost could be reached. As it is now The stock consists of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry T. H. FLEETWOOD N. G.

1. the cui prints. It has been pending a year or more people to take Important Interest in everybody is "up in the air" as to Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Ladies' Furnishings, etc J. W. GINGLES Sec.
; The Tribune hopes that thigH be the all important matter of schools.
and a great deal of,lukewarmnesshas: i either! cost sor time-but everyone 31jan6m.
: ; taken as final by these fellows that been displayed by the Republicans in Glad of it because it means another I knows that its construction under official .
'7 hey "will not annoy It by repeating) respect to U. It can: be pretty safely step and a long one towards: that ten I control means years of political :E:. Q E"E1'TE3.L.A.: : Pensacola Lodge. No. 3, K. of I f-

4r their appeals for protection. said that all of the senators except thousand population. .Congratulations -I I wrangling with the chances in favorof 126 South Tarragona Lreet meets every Monday evening at ;:3':.
.
I UNLESS THERE IS SOME Castle Hover
VERY the.very, warm admirers of the President then. all around. a mess of official corruption. o'clock at their temporary 1
: GOOD REASON TO THE CONTRA. Pen stable. W. Intentlencia St. t
are secretly: glad that the treaty -
flY TIlE TRIBUNE IS GOING TO Visiting brethren cordially welcome
is dead. 'It embodies
a policy that
ri DO IS DUTY AS A 'NEWSPAPERAtt J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C C
T; ; : > PRINT THE NAMES. emanated from the White House, and Side .. K. of R. & S
The Life H. HORSLER.
is intended to be a corollary of the Sunny of

Monroe doctrine. It is, dn fact, an an M
::1ttI: Speaker Cannon Is rapidly demonstrating nouncement that the United States I MARION l CURRY & .ci.1: 30 Ratnbone, K. of P., meets Lodge rh 7
that he is in the Czar Reed
must act as debt collector of the J Thursday evening at IW

7 { class. claims against all of the Latin-Ameri i 4 o'clock in their temiwn: P
1
can states.
I 16 18 20 MlNRESA STREET Castle Hall over Pom i"
; : The Advertising The position the President took ,{ ble. V.', IntendencA: str--
was that because we objVct to any Visiting knights are ofdially
ti
3 aI Graften European country acquiring territory i PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. welcomed.
C
from any one of these states we must J D. KIRK, C C.
A recent issue t>f The Mobile Herald see to it that they pay their debts. i WHOLESALEDHay i ii C. J. LEVY. K. of K. & S.
U' qontain-pd the following pertinent Acting upon this theory and with ( )

comment upon one form of grafter out asking the advice and consent of Knights of Columbus.

: from whose operations nearly too Senate,, the President undertookto i it Meetings of the

business man has suffered to greater every put. his When policy} he Un found force there in San was Domingo. opposition $2-'k \ i Grain and Feed Stuffs I IOnly .i : are Knights held at of their ColuznSul la";,

op less extent -
;: ; : to It-that he had done some ", No. 8 West IntendecIa :
1 The smartest! fousines man often I thing he had no right to do---he had street, on evel1
fall a victim for a few dollars at a treaty negotiated with San Domingo Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. I Monday evening at r;

{j least to the advertising grafter. by whch this country is -given authority AiiJ' f Experienced Grader. Prices Right. :Grades Perfect. : 7:30 o'clock.:1: 'IIvit -
w The grafter! comes in many guises; to collect the revenues of that lIon ia eitcadcl: a
4 and is not easily recognized; .even republic and distribute them, taking Trial Order SoHcited. Write for Prices. : to visiting Knights
by ,those who have been bitten by the: I JOHN E JONES.
care that the creditors of the republic Telephone 208. P. 0. Box 661. Ci.
,j beast I get a fair ,share of them. ; i EDM. FOX. Grand Knight!
tm He Is! smooth; If he wasn't he'd be, This is the treaty that has died a ...... ...................... .. ............. Recorder. alOJ

i working The advertising for a living I natural death in the senate or was : Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F.
Is
-'t grafter here today -
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and gone to-morrow and many of killed by Senator Bailey. And it is Pensacola Lodge No 4. I. 0. 0 r., ('
: i probably a good thing it has been kill. 'meets every Thursday evening at 7'*J
( his publications never apear except to,
Mran.
; h the advertisers themselves. ed. It would have involved this country (J Willie-We were plajlng Insurance comt at the new hall on West Gar3: 2 -
'll One follows another, like night follows in hasty troubles of one Wnd! and 1 ,a ny at school today. and the boys treated street. Visiting brethren corlli:: :
:. toy. and even here in enlighten I another and would have been productive 7P tee. m.an. ,Invited. E. GREEN'BLATT.
ki BUGGIES AND
of tl WAGONS
no compensating benefits to Mama-How?
rd Mobile a few ple es of cardboard 'I-- -'- : J. NEVILLE. Secretary.
it. if Willie I of th. company -
it often sold to advertisers for a the policy had been approvedMr. was the president -
afd and before I could real&D i they firedme. of Rebek h.
Roosevelt's name mrght have Daughters
'vi'', sum equal to the price of a page infj' of!
of the been ]linked with that of Monroe in HI. Pr.f.reao Naomi Jx>dge. No. 10. Daughter!
one reputably
newspapers. Wuhfftcton. Jr.-YM. father. I chopped un! tI
Advertising but when It connection with the doctrine which -TO: BE. Rebekah, meets every Monda>
tell
pays only down the cherry. tree. I cannot a ., *'at-
I Ii done with intelligence through bears the name of the latter but Le. at 8 o'clock In L O O F. hall
$ those mediums which reach the peo there is no good reason why the country Washington Sr. That's all right. lag sisters cordially invited to I o ort's.
::1 ; should become entangled with Oeorgy. but remember In future Td rather] ,- ent. .
pleThe have you tell a lie than chop down Ii MRS. PEARL WITKO\ K1,
-4- patrons of fake schemes re- foreign countries respecting their SOLD AT COST !
claims cherry tree. / MIS'S WILLIE KENDR1CK. See
4 : refve no benefit whatever and merely,. against the Latin-American ,

; A r ray 'for the Tirhilego of seeing th 'ir states, in order that Mr. Roosevelt'sname M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first: as!
I names printed where it might as well may shine more brightly on the third Wednesday evening at 7 30 P--
I be written on the hinges of oblivion pages: of history. lAte:!'
We have few fine buggies and" In m.. Rafford Hall, No 10. V>e*
a ,
t ; Insofar as the reading public is con- There Is no particular reason why wagons.

'tii, ('erne.!- European countries shouldn't be permitted stock which we are offering for sale at cost. dencla street. A. G. FELLS FT"
4 Yet there are those who will turndown to collect their own debts from
I
Come and see them and prices : J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
a legitimate newspaper contract the Latin-American countries. The : get or drop'us

1 h favor of sonio fake which doesn't most of these debts it Is alleged are a postal and we will mail full particulars -'- --,-
0j.t: much and which yields nothing. three-fifths fraudulent. It Is alleged::

Fensacola business men have been that of the $40.000,000 in claims; LEGAL JlDVERTISECTMamie

fooled time and time again by the adrertlsing against. San Domingo only about $8,'

i grafter. but notwithstanding 000,000 is honestly owed.: Why should Costello by her nut fried.
BUGGY
KNSACOLA CO.
this government use Its Influence and \\"htfhea;
: this fact many of them continue to W. J. Costello. Vi. J. J. Co.
power to collect: from those weak Railroad
:i2 nibble the bait thrown. out by any enterprising states rotten claims of capitalists of : Louisville &; Nashville In th-COO"
Garnishee.
:- genius with a new scheme Europe? The' President must have a corporation (0u:11: :,
10 East Garden Street Pensacola Fla.SHINGLES ty Judge's Court. Escambla
: : '- for separating them from their money. been straining a'point to secure fame Florida. To J. J. Whitehead, dele:

In newspaper advertising, and in that when he originated such a policy. dant. and all others whom It maY''
And there Is no particular reason notified (>
only lies the road to business success cern: You are hereby
why we should concern ourselves so has been i*
e---- ---- Writ of Garnishment
;ti : and until this is thoroughly; realized much about the affairs of the Latin youl.f:
that
I In the above case, and ft
\:- businessmen, the advertising grafter American states.Our good offices are erty in the hands of the Louisv!)
will continue to sleek and not ,appreciated by them. Our business f fA has 1
:' b' grow Nashville Co., a corporation,
.
is to look for ourselves., T SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS
fat at the expense of his many dupes. out The D..a."at. j Iii DUI..t IAeatlo_. garnished. and that unless you apr;
Monroe doctrine was promulgatedwhen Jim-I suPPO" yOU late to 1'0 ilelabbid Le.1r8I'-Are -, that the 4efea6- before said court on or before tte
BUILDING
: ? The outbreak In China Is scheduled we were weak and had reason because of the melody of tee jingling ant struck yon iTthe vestibule? MATERIAL. day of March. _A D.. 1906. judgltll:

,'- for February .24:! ,when. It Is'.said,there to states fear,'under the establishment, European direction of hostile sleigh Jeas-Ye.bells., ana ,they often lead up td TMttonj.Plaintiff and-Yes onc, your, under honor the bay once; window.to the Phone 'II. H..G. o SI (VA' &. ,CO. by default will to entered again"

the wedding tell. Thaf the test. of,tti .' ..._. you,_ Mamie Costello.
to all t -
; : :wlU\ be concerted action oust to the south of, us. :We have no rea ------ ::- --- '..:feb ay-Iw!:+ "




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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY, 23, 1906
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Great Sale of 3,000 Sealed Boxes !








a! : VALUABLE JEWELRY AND
TOILET '

::7' :: ':' ; ARTICLES. : ,

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Beginning Monday Morning, February. 26,. at 8 o'clock sharp. e



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i 1,000, Boxes at 25Ci 1,000, Bex'8 at 5Gd 1,000, BOlus at $1.00$



No Box contains any article of less value than the price quoted and many( of them of much greater value.


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11 I I THREE VALUABLE PRIZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY! ir I ::1




r :I i' 25-CENT BOXES. : .50- 'i/ENT BOXES.. $1.00 BOXES. t t



1,000 Boxes, each containing an article worth, from .25 1C03 Boxes,,'each containing an article worth from 50 1,000 Boxes, each containing an article worth from Sl.OO
3 I cents to Sl.OOi cents to 52.00. to $10.00.


Special ir i' : t :': Special Gift.The Special Gift ,

j i The purchaser of the box containing the /lucky number purchaser of the box containing the lucky number The purchaser of the box containing the lucky number

rj j will receive-free his choice of one of the followings j will receive free his choice of one of the following t will receive free his choice of one of the following articles

worth $125 each
\
; S3O.OO CLOCK. $50.00 TEA SET. "

$30.00 LAMP. $50.O0 DIAMOND LOCKET. DIAMOND BROOCH.
v DIAMOND RING.

f"t $30.00 EAR RINGS. $50.00 DIAMOND RING. DIAMOND CUFF BUTTONS. i

$30.00 RING. $50.00 DIAMOND BROOCH. DIAMOND LOCKET.

$35.00 CUFF BUTTONS. $65.OO GOLD WATCH. DIAMOND EAR RINGS.

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No such sale as this has ever been offered; in Pensacola before; and if you ,get one of these 3,000 packages you will have to come early. They won't

last more than an hour or two. ,


The old Stephens Jewelry Stand, 120 South Palafox Street .' 1 .. O. J.Y-c1VLII..I..A.. .

Here is a chance for Mardi Gras visitors to buy,something good to carry away with them. We also have other special bargains in Jewelry which

ii are not contained in the packages, 3v


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to Barrancas's twenty yard line and' forty-five yard ,run and a touchdown,, out what had happened, and we soon UNPREMEDITATED ELOQUENCE
BARRANCAS WON GAME Barrancas brought back about fifteen making the third for the 'boys in blue. learned that the sale was a fact and
yards. .Barrancas failed the third lime on the the deal was closed although the papers
Barrancas then kicked ball to Pen- goal and maiding! the total score end have not yet passed and that It was r
the of the purchasers to es 7
FROM PENSACOLA BOYS sacola's thirty yards line where It of half. purpose for the
was downed by Blount after Pensa- Score: Barrancas 15, Pensacola 0. tablish education a splendid of the youth school of here both sexes. ;.rrr4. aa
cola came near.losing i(t. End of half. It was to be expected that star: Presbyterian school
While it will be a
would be Pensacola as the
Score: Barrancas I 5 Pensacola 0.." picked on under the auspices of the churchat
Large Crowd Was Present and Witnessed the, Football Game at Elec- Second Half! -Welles! hacked: for team players was and mainly not a collection-compact team of good on and large It is not intended to make it
Pensacola to Barrancas's twentyfiveyard in any sense strictly sectarian but it
tric Park, Which Resulted in Score of 15 to 0 line who failed to bring it back. account For Barrancas of lack of the practice.stars were Un- 'will be distinctly a Christian Institu- N
Barrancas forced to kick and kickedto It
and Williams, who play full back. tion.The
in Favor of Soldiers. Pensacola's forty yard line where ger "others" mentioned as pur
The who were thrown In
players
the ball was fumbled but finally downed chasers are members of the local
by some quick moving on the partof the "calcium glare" on Pensacola church and at a meeting last Wednesday -
wefe Blount. Denham and Wellbs, all .
J
Pensacola. night lion. Daniel Campbell J.
from the commencement of the game .
PENSACOLA TEAM PUT UP A GOOD playing exceptionally good games. elected
Gillis
Fitzgerald and S. L. were
and they made a gallant fight Pensacola then kicked the ,ball be- Dads all-star beingan
paled an game
GAME CONSIDERING LACK OF until the condition of both men ana fag returned five yards and downed on exceptionally fine tackler as a board of' trustees time to manage thenecessary cy
such as
team whole told themin Barrancas's line. the Institution until
as a against ,forty yard
Length of halves-Twenty be made:
PRACTICE AND TEAM WORK their retreats before the heavy Barrancas made about four yard: utes., arrangements can
Board of the
rushes of the soldiers. for the Educational Marr Wbat would -say tf I were to kiss you?
BUT WERE then the ball! remained in close to Referee-W. A .Blount. Jr. mIn-j I church at large to take a more active you
OUTCLASSED IN Toward the end of the game they center-field for about six minutes Umpire-Payne. interest in the matter. MaidH don't know.That sort of speech should always t be extanporaneoui
EVERY RESPECT BY THE were fast tiring as was shown by the steady playin' Pensacola's ball on Bead; Linesman-Kennedy. I I Tho offer was made some time -
fact that two' touchdowns wero scar Barrancas's furnbte. Timekeeper--Dykstra. since; but the-State Board of Education -
HUSKY MEN FROM BARRANCASIn ed in the last half. PensacoH lost about five yards on The game was witnesed bya large declined to accept it until the local -
The Game. an attempted end run. then lost the crowd pf spectators: who enjoyed it school authorities'should hate an
ball after being carried 'back to her Immensely. The game put up by the opportunity to take action in reference
tho of football First Half-The game was' calledabout thirty yard line. Barrancas; easily locals was a very good one consider- to,the purchase of the buildingsand
:EirrtitcPark:: game played at 3 p. m., Barrances k'cking off overran Pensacola and placed ball ing thefact that the'team had prac- "ground for High School purposes'
yesterday between Barmeas Blount caught and carried the ball over line for second touch-down in ticed but little. :Everyone however if they so desired but as explained In
.fola and a picked team from Pen- back on about a 35 yard run. Bar- about four pJa's.WilUams 'was satisfied w.th: the game. the dispatch published above they did Old
I the former were victorious by rancas got the ball after some few failed to goal. not oo so and the offer was accepted.It .
a score of 15 to 0. minutes play and seemed to have very Score: Barrancas 10, PensacolA, 0. I I is decidedly a bargain counter
The army team outwcighted the locals little trouble in carrying it throughand Pensacolay kicked and Williams returned Health. buy, as the .buildings and grounds tX
by perhaps 15 pounds to the man. aroun4 the: line of the locals. about fifteen yards' for Barrancas. Means: the ability to do a good day's could not be replaced for four times !
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. and in addition it has had.the benefit At the end of about 15 minutes actual work, without undua fatigue and to what the Presbyterian paid for them.'
> QuaKer
** uwford's find life worth living. You' cannot
coaching. Barrancas the Barrancas I
playing scored her After some mass plays i
without
!">f ''d,'k of team work on the part first tOlMh'down1Uams'? fallal to cas boys succeeded in getting linger have'indigestion or constipation Itch!' Itch! Itch-Scratch! Scratch!
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the liver and
; uf .M., Ponsacola boys was in evidence:I i kick goal Pensacola. then: kicked, off I around Pensacola's! right end for 31 the its upsetting'blood. Such a condition polluting may Scratch! The more you scratch the
.
relieved Her worse the Itch. Try Doan's Ointment.It
be best and quickest by
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-- ---- skin itching
-- -- eczema any -
, piles
bine the best liver:regulator that the cures
Rye
; All druggists sell IL I
world has ever known. Mrs D W. I
,
-- -- I HI HI IH HIHII HM M H MM MiHHBiHBBHHHi H HI BH Smith writes. April 3, 1902: "I used
Herbine and find it the best medicinefor I
constipation ann regulating the I N. C.McMlLLAN'S I

':r Green & Watson liver'. 50c ever used." Sold by all druggists SEALED BOX SALEHIS Rich and mellow with age



A NEW COLLEGE BIG ADVERTISEMENT IN THE III -delightfully\ stimulatingand

fOR DeEUNIAK JOURNAL BRINGING: MANY smooth.
1
" ORDERS.N. f

" Store will be closed for a few days on ac- PRESBYTERIANS\- BUY NORMAL' i I Tell the dealer to send

BUILDINGS FOR COLLEGE C. .McMillan's half page advertisementWhich -

to the transfer PURPOSES. morning's,Journal appeared announcing in yesterday his big you a case of it today.
stock -
count of taking preparatory and toilet article
sealed box jewelry Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co., f
sale for next Monday createtf wide 401-403 Palafaz St. and 2-10 Main St.. ?
Toe DeFuniak Breeze"says: The",rumor spread interest and resulted In Mr Pensacola Fla. 3 I
business the firm the latter of McMillan receiving a great many advance
of the to new : around town part
,
t : last 'week, and this:! item: orders tor boxes. "E : ___ __ _'. ,
be the biggest -
The buildings:and grounds formerly This sale" promises to --- 7
I. used T>y the Florida Normal Schoolat thing of the kind that has hap-
DeFuniak: Springs, were sold Wed 'penedIn Pensacola in years and theIlntere3t

Watson Parker & Reese. others nesday of to DeFuniak lion. Daniel Springs Campbell for $5,400 ana!" demonstrated which the what advertfsement a propoisitoii:: created De Ruyter ((Holland_) Gin

, It 13,the purpose'of the purchasers to of that kind compared with advertis- i
In The Journal will accomplish ..
uss! the buildings for the establishment ing space i '
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1 will be : of the opening. of, a Presbyterian 'schooL Be- McMillan used no other form I 1-- -------- 3
Due notice given fore the offer of the purchasers wasaccepted. Mr.advertisement'exCept bU advertise-.! Crcl.cr Your
the property was offered<< for of
sale to the Board of Public Instruction ment In this paper ana' the results I ICE COAL and WOOD
r of Walton county and to the town have demonstrated to him, as they ,
11 : of DsFuniak Springs to -be used for have previously done to many others .rezxi. ttxoConsumers'
GH.EE N 'WIrnci4T! .educational purposes bat the state's that when the' public is announcement to be reached Ice and Fuel Company. \
offer was declined" with any important Cbste ii.rrarODL Phone 259 *
Corner and
the medium through Offlc -
from the Jacksonville Metropolis sent The Journal Is
the #Breeze man nosing around to find I''Which to reach_it.




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PAGE SIX THE PENSAOLAJOURNAL. FRIDAY ,MORNING ,FEBRUARY 23, 1OI &



F =c3\2--rstrK- cs* s\nxsx aej\nxns ''I' BEULAH jL Ii IiI I l BECOI1IN: .... women Is .an ordea4 approach which with all


: I I indescribable fear, for
k '
PEOPLE and EVENTS"Seen compares with

} 'A 1iQ. 1i'I.S:15R'. : S child-birth.n and The horror thouzht of

I Special to The Journal. of the suffering and danger in store; for her, robs the expectant

.' Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come. and r Beulah, Feb.Tbe fine .weather of all pleasantanticipationS: of the coming event, and casts over mother her a

stall coutlaucB for which we are all shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of

:: Tarry & Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. I L OAT r..aroa thankfuL Preparing the ground and S have found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy Worn robg n

I J planting is the order of the day just confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother

j now and everybody is busy.A S ana'chIld. This scientific liniment is a god-send to all women at th

I ; V' By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. a horseIrs. Jas. Snowden was time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend

: %Ufl % % ,....., driving yesterday: i..d and run the carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use

H1 I buggy against a stump, throwIng her gently prepares,the system! for the coming event, prevents "mornin' g

: -- and little son out. .Fortunately iickness," and"other dts- -

LOVELYCARD- PARTY The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature I BREAKFAST FOODS. neither one was hurt, but the buggy Comforts of this 'Ier? od. S A'lff.1J]ifE2 g

r- AT COUNTRY CLUB Breakfast i* the most important was pretty badly wrecked and the Sold' by all druggists at .l1ii"" II 1111 n11 Ul}
meal of the day ,so let horse '
?tf FOR MRS. HASKELL. seriously injured. $1.00 per bottle. Book

r ( t The card! party given Thursday afternoon it Ralston's b- good.Breakfast >Food..lSc have Messrs gon Henry to Baldwin.an.! Albert county Garrett, Ala.. containing .valuable information .free. t; 'R fj fJjB ft

t. 3 h ri; J. F Taylor at the and l Count Mrs Club Fernald bj' Mrs for Keeker's Oat Meal .. .. .10o for a short visit with relatives. and The Bradficld Reaulator_ .. Atlanta.Ga. rr iJj fitJ: lzJ

Cracked Wheat. .. ..15c what the farmers
friends
theIr llaskell of H anj also to see
niece and Mrs
fl guest Cream of Wheat. .. ...15c are doing in that much advert'rf-; !

1 Jlaine.A head was\Va-hington a lovely affair and an imjnense Grape Nuts, .' .. ..' .. ... .15c ed and up-to-date section of the coun .

1 American flag ovr the ruamel Puffed' Rice'.. .. .. .... .10c try.. Escambia county people could
'; And many others.ROSENAU learn whOle lot and profit therebyif
;
1>i*>CP. and a profusion of little flags a
:; L ; t1 white carnations with greenery gave & GERELDSThe of, advertising and let outsiders flaETOUTOFBED'
;a; Jj a 'softenill aitistlc effect to t thsT.hole. 1 know that we have just as good 'land
5i44 t 4 I 'Fancy Grocers, and as 'good: or better market facilities -
Phone
391. Penaacola.
i : A delightful/: fruit punch was served: -S -1 than any of the country tributaryto
;1I'; : t r t-f the arriving guest who fountf\ tho Pensacola. one of the best: mar .
I. e: tables ttrewll.ith violets and beautifully kets for farm produce in the state. If S Come to the Funeral of Profits. 1

laid awaiting them. Dainty cold we don't blow our own horn no one !
';, .: him. cold turkev. nut salad, cheesefctjeks else 'will. i

bread and batter sandwiches Carnival'COstumes Mrs. Joel ?Malone has returned There's the busiest kind cf Clearance Sale in I
jg '
end delicate relKhi-s were followed bvch'ariotte home after a pleasant visit with
rus>e with tara&china cherries WILL BE FOR RENT friends and, relatives in Baldwin county motion at our store. We are getting rid of ourS

served in paper" cases.! ;ixninil : Ala. ODDS AND ENDS, BROKEN LOTS,'at a rapid
Fancy Dress for Ladies and Gens.
and coffenvere -..
I3 cake champagne wafers To Mr.
,
Born, February 17, 1906:
4 ? a refreshing: luncheon .wlycUMtfcedd In Velvet Cambric, etc. and Mrs. Ben Waters a daughter of pace; so don't sit on life's curbstone thinkinghow

1 ; : < the game. .IW iti1.1J: g also i regulation weight. Mother and cKld: ) you can make your old shoes do_
.14i; There wee! *-le\e tables of *ix- Comical Masks. Stockings, Gloves, I
"lc1 :.t1 'nd euchre and -e\en games were 17 IJ I False Moustaches and Hair Goodsat are Mr doing, George welL Spare of/ Oskaloosa, We will Iio'SHOES AND HOSIERY at ;

IIYed coring!!: which punch wa? I Iowa who spent .the last week in Pen practically your own price, for this is the :
J2 2nir ."!S2T\' .
sacola. places of interest ''n
visiting
GREATEST PRICE-REDUCING SALE EVER
Mrs. HasKell: vm the head prize aLi
Mrs. Nordstrom's'! and ab ut the city fs: at present the
fine porcelain vase! decorated: in violet HELD.
of his Arthur Spare an*
Ic | guest father S
J ; and gold.
No. 11 E. Intendencia St. family. This is his third'visit to Flori -
r :Mrs. O'Lean won the consolation.placque .
h. tVo .- bearing portraIts i'f i Ida and he is much pleased vv< th the '
i climate and conditions here. MEYER SHOE COMPANY
> .
.4fP Gorge and Martha Washington cultured '
audiences of cities and
large Mr. A. I. Busby has about complet. ,
Mrs. McK MrClellan the twenitvhand S
won .5 lcf V there seems to 'be 'a general desireto ed the house he built for Mr. A. E.
-imilar to the
'prize.: piesented prize to Mrs Haskell.guest path 55 55 ; i' \ S S invitation'se an'hear is extended her to-night to all ,who and are an Grimes and Mr.. Grimes will move in 102 S. Palafox St. Feet Furnishers For Folks., J

-1 a lon bon spoon of the haud hammer. : interested.. this week. '
etf sliver now the vogue < There;! will be a literary entertain ----z
IttHI: ti; The hostss! Mr>. Taylor and} )Ir".: : f\ L Feruald.were. assisted! b): :Mjss Fannie, :- .5 who arrived Monday is accompaniedby day evening. The exercises will commence
M Alken, Mrs. C. H. Dishman :antI Mrs. ... at 7 o'clock sharp. All are
'Had
betsop and
n they
are guests
iL4 F.' R Mead. .I --, '.: of her sister Mrs. ,J,. Walter Higgins invited so come out and see what NEW METHODLAUND'RYE.
Fq I The score were k pt with blue and : for several'weeks.. the children can do and encourage
-'
r silver hatchets tied with rea' ribbon I them by jour presence.

; and heads. Washington cut from i S A dozen friends six coupks_ were If the county commissioners would W. LAWRENCE. ,.,..,1.'.,.. Ho 8 Watt ROIl,.". St. Phone 109.
postage stamps nuking unique' and I entertained at luncheon start the grader over the hard road
a course at
eppropriate souvenirs" !' tIts settlement it ..
z-JL; th Osceola Club Wednesday by Mr.I passing through 0

:i _*_ SEPARATE WAIST FOR THE SCHOOL GIRL. Knowles Hyer and Mr. Porter. would be greatly I appreciated: by the *.*............+...++++.+.+....++.........+...+..+..: :
people as the road is badly rutted
kfli BRILLIANT KIMONA! BALL. 4 ;
1 iu.h 1 AT PROGRESS CLUB. I arrow black velvet J! Mr. and Mrs. John Langley; of At. and needs the work. i .

an effective trimmfng' : for this : : : lanta. Ga.. are in the city for the car
The Progress Club was the sc .ne Henrietta separate blouse ; nival.: This'is Mr. Langly's first vtslit1' A'SPLENDID SATURDAY AT I,II The Cozy Corner I !
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i: *: ;tfIT. last night of one of th most enjoyable for wear *ith a black Pensacola since:185t: and he notes
.' : -i1 tP affair in its experience. j i. Over a tight-fitting Hang the :, several" change in th, city. They are i THE FLORIDA CHAUTAUQUA I .*
; 4 A party of merry girls and! young ta is pleated*from the I : visiting Mrs. M. B,. 'Preston on West '

matrons among the social leaders >i Jo the waistlins. The front i Komana. SS : Tomorrow might; appropriately be1! Tne _fOi: .-- corner is now a famtliar sfght in many homes: :
tent out Japanese! j*>,:tals inviting box pleats are stitched +' j styled Pensaeola Day at the Florida Generallysome corner is set aside 0
s3 : their gentlemen" fri-'nds to attend a length, while, those from the l Mrs. Fitzlmgh an'lher sister-in-law Chaiitanqua as the Washington's, : "
at "Klmona Dance. but not expecting are : :them to mask as the meaning;: of the i, 1 in th.-e city for: the"'Carnival.jtj by one 'of Pensacola's representative I!I .
s affair was kept a profoun' secrnt.il i .,- S young citizens. W. A. Blount. Jr H's!I I ,For Pretty Odds and Ends in i

r I A crowd} of onlookers gathered earls : gentlemen 'began: to look for Miss HanwaV. of"Greenville' .Miss.. memorial address last. :May in Pensa-j 4 4.
; tnt It v a
41 t : struck up the grand march I i I Then the fun began., The 1 expected to rrie-.jkj: ;; evening on a people are looking! forward with interest | Furniture and .FurnisliingsS i : ;

.". 'when in filed" a score or more dainty(!,. takai>l? belie in the early visit to Miss TJernartetteQuina.. Both ; to his appearance before tbej S 1'5Ht'V -''_ .
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maidens in beautiful
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tit Kinionas
# S Jap evening was a 'Petit and' young ladtes have a host'"of"friends great audience hl'ch> assembles every j )
sashed with rcd. blue, maize, pink or cieaime with Titian. locks ; won during Conu r' visits to Miss Saturday during February and March I i t ,It is not necessarily expensive to arrange a corner thai : ;
other color harmonizing with th* pro }her name a; "Katisha." Quina. ,who will cordially welcome at DeFuniak Springs. j "will be cozy comfortable and inexpensive; a place :
k41 t 'aIlIngtint of her gown tied in the,i Sha was coy and flirtations their return.. In' addition to Mr. Blount's address i I 4 ,whore ;you can lounge and feel at ease with the world .
S f hack in huge butterfly bows jut below -, + ...
i and th men-dominos antI there will be splendid music by the' : and yourself.We .
the shoulders. and wearing a big in dress suits-s-fmply Rev Mr. Rogers rforme-a'' the cer<*- Ohio Concert Company also old hal-! *have just the thIngs to fit up such a corner. and : a
1.1j 1 chrysanthemum! : 0\1' each ear. |( her with attention of immersion you will talk the with Kin .
; until- mon) Thursday after lads of England, Ireland and Scot- :' hope matter over us. *
t Fan'tl1"r surprise to iliscover.etlt manlike they found new noon at "San Carlos': Place," the new land, by Mary Florence Stevens, and' fPriscus's home furnished from our store. : E'
that fourteen blue dominos
-also in'I'fnle then they accused her of residency of )la'orBliss', the candidate an illustrated.enterta'nment by Chas. ('
r} : : file like The JIrls-wcre: "tags -, "Punch" Newman and-she being a lady Mrs. Meoham. ; J
W. Sullivan. Pensaco'a is happy In
'.rSt5 i n? along behind them. I About this time the girls ." having such; a fine outing week.i' TON & :;
1 Each girlVa!; presented on her every i MAliS QUINA i
:; t'.iat one of the Kimonas had *
: entrance with a card bearing a minil -' Mrs. Kejes: -formerly :Miss Fernald and there will be many peonle not ,
;ir er and when thmarch turned to a domino cornered.and they: ; -wife of Ensign Kejes, U. S. N, will only> of our city but of the nortbE'rnl! .

4D4 tT two step, the blue dominoes ana* other room rush, In skating the belief his chair that it all arrive mother this Mrs.morning Fernald. a visit to her tourists within our gates who will) em-t : 10M10 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola: Fla. : =-
:l braes this opportunity of visiting the: !
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but it may not have been. !" .' bright little city which enoircles the' :................ .... ................... t..4J

I The young ladies in Tha many friends of Mrs. w. .C. Jake on the highest; altitude of Florida,, t
SI) successfully carried the Jones, who has been quite ill for sev 300 feet above the Gulf. S 'S.$50 -S S' j f..
through were Miss Pfeiffer of eral days will regret toknow'that she I
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; : nati, her hostass Mrs. :Max shows very little improvement.Mrs. ,REWARD
tsL : FOR 1 Mrs.! Ed. For&chelmer, Miss THE ANT. l
Jacoby. Miss
Theresa : W. L. Morgan at All Bay, on _'
Pearl Bloom of Louisville, K Santa Rosa peninsula }Has for. her Facts: About One of Natures Most In. '
P* line
Rehfield. Miss; Maud : guests h' brother 'Mr. C. E. S S r
tt RECEPTIONS r Wilcox.his :, Dustriou Creatures.
of \
&t1anta. Mrs. Alex.
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j two daughters Mrs. J. W.
Wash-
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Herman, When spring comes' with all its
Newman Miss Ros burn and :Mrs.V.. R. Ciegier, the lat. wealth"of opening buds anti new -
:Miss bron IlesMe Miss Leah Hirschman, Mr*. tcr's on. Master .Biliee. and Mrs. M. flowers the ant i is preparing for a sea jI Ij
I Hilbron of
!AND Stubbs and three sons Gray, ChI son of profitably inrrtistry.'
ville. Miss" Miss Florence
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of Tenn. holm and Elisha. The party'are all It comes out of its winter quartersand I I
Nashville Miss ('
nau, of Louisville Ky., Miss of Chicago.Mr. locates a new home where it can 1
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: i PARTIES Cu hman.. )11', Leu. i i .: store. away during the summer ,
j} Sarah J. Kahn Mrs.tblph an-a' Mrs. M. Solomon' of Mont months the sustenance for the long
gomery. and Dr. B.: Mount of Ixniia- winter days.
Mrs. Sidney Iva'hn.Tha .
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i iana. are the guests of :Mr.\ and Mrs: Just: a? industrious as the antbutin
refreshments young gentlemen in B. M. Solomon at 1006 North Bavlen.Miss different }
jk your a way. are the countless
S were Dr, Koch, Mr. Sidney -\ | T
should be II Berlin Mr. infinitesimal germs which burrow into ..
selected : Lightman, :
"'orcbctmerfr, I). GUlld I Eva Solomon of Albany, Ga... the' fcalp and eat away at the rootsof BALANCE ;
Candles'J: WHEN LIFE'S IN THC
with an eye to I It' is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sol! Chan the hair. .
Mr.! Ralph Oundersheim, ) I when high-priced! medical; "p"I'la.I.I.
quality and excellence Greenhut. Mr. Rt op North Palafox. As. they burrow away Dandruff !
1; Flashner I 'are 'doing their best TO prolong1
forms and if the arc not all f
S germs
Gunder>heimer. Mr. Philip KI faH "'ill.
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1 t' as well as Alex Kahn Mr. Morris : Mrs. 'Rosenweis; and.daughter Miss> killed, Baldness results.Newbro's I WARRANT: for the. arrest of this wo- tence-Isn't it poor poh< \- "Ii
: ( Flora of Nashville Tenn.,,arc ,visiting Herpicide is the only i She is about !6 of omy-to patronize any drug stoi*'
:: special suitability Frank Ix>vy, i man. years age 1' ply lov puces.! n' ,
[ Mrs.' S. A. Friedman. i on account of
known which kills!! the ,
remedy
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r !to the occasion I! -.- + For germ| weighs 135 pounds,, thick,_ dark hair. don't scrimp remedies to say.4 < "
: It' sale by \V. A. D'AIemeberte.druggist .
MRS. WERHAN OF ,,' "rI
NEW "
itself.Kennedy's. Mrs. 0. R Courtney and little and apothecary 121 South i I high forehead brown eyes l. five feet i here or there-we giv \ou !w J1
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I II CARD PARTY HONOREE. daughter Montgomery, Ala., arrived 'Falafox street, or send lOc in stampsfor high., wears No.. 6 shoes. upper teeth I phj-fciciaii orders and cjarR- 5oel' I.i
ft .I i Mrs. H. G. DeSJva, noted I last carnival J ingly. We 'want to tips) '"''t' u JC e
t night and are g\lebta of sample to The Herpicide Co, De gold filled'and one crowned tooth' She you .
attractive social affairs [ I but not unless at !*hr'1 'ai| b
gave I Mr. and Mrs. Bn H. Thomas 518 East troi Mich. you are
: Biscuits, car.v party \Vednesday [ Government. has long fingers with rounj! nails. you will get herv the he&, and fllrpot' "

plimentary to :Mrs. G. E. II. | Plump of figure and fairly pretty. Her I any druggist can supph

ir( i: of New York who i visiting Mrs. Stella :Mathews and daughter maiden name'! was ':Thompson. which' HooioN'S "PHARMACY, 11
Wafers and Cakes : ter Mrp. J. Walter Hlg lns. :Mary Le of Svlvania, Ga.. arrh'cdlast !i I: name she has possibly assumed. "
There were eight tables of I night, on a visit to her father Dr. I. of Prompt DeliveryPhone I
i and Mrs. Thlgrpea .*on the! I Thomas S. Mitchell. Oysters to Fry .i Wire -sheriff at DeFunlak! Springs 1100. IIi
which : Florida: $ 5OO reward! for the child
S are an evidence of i < was a Gibson picture. : i- '
Fjve ladies (Mil for the l Mis. Allen Rogers and two little i Fisher Monroe Douglas. This woman --
;4L refined taste and and" prize a Chinese urn on 1 daughtersLula and Ruth af'Jacksonjville [,Florence Wood,: kidnapped him from I CJ 't-trell
Oysters <:> ,
: ? good breeding dard, and Mrs. Reeves won. I are guests of. Mrs. W. W. Richards to stew oysters on. Freeport Fla.: on the night of Septeiuber 8
I Miss Gilchrlst won the for the carnival. the half shell oysters for everything \ ,6th. 1903.: The child is 6 years oU,. FINE PHOTOGRAPHS -
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: everywhere. which was a small cut glass except to burn. and we >fair skin light hair. has upper fore-1 Pensacola. Fla.

': t L need not beashamed :Mrs.\ Stillman)) received a pack j!i I :Mrs. Will Favourite and oaughler don't burn then I'teeth rotted off; very plump! weight i S_ ____ _:::-: .'

to serve refreshments (,3rcf .' !1 Phala arrived last evening on a visit i I about 50 pounds: very bright child. 1
The :guest of honor received: I to her parents :Mr. and Mrs. 'V. W. 1 Expenses paid both ways delivering r.
t to your ly souvenir hat pin bearing Richards. 0 The Kandy .Kitchen I child to DeFuniak Springs. Fla.. in addition Nick's Buffet and !
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4 : .1 : friends at anytime i ida Mat of arm*: I to the $25 reward. I i
A delicious; salad course .Mrs. Geldke ot Mobile is visitingMrs. .,. i II. A. DOUGLA?.
t ; ;: :I t when, you have were Delightfully- 'served I M. L. -Roch and :Mrs. Beibig is Jlhe place to get a first'class I Father of the chilj : Restaurant Sin

: this make to select I ;;ame. j :!I hausser. lunch at any time of the day.: ,
DeFUniak
.S. i' Sprin Fla. I
-.- Ham and E gs, Fish Fine. s.
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:: from. : UNIQUE FUNCTION I Mrs. A. Hirschkovitz and son Master Steaks, Hot Tea, Coffee Choc the only place "?bet I'APrideto '
HINTS FOR HOTESSES. ) ilake have gone on a ;ix weeks pleas- 'date. Milk. King Priseus will' liod in I'ensacoa.: l:1:

S. : Madame Merrie gives the ; : tire trip to New York. dine hereHot ; It is !
i unique entertainment hints | Rolls and Biscuits Dongh- 5,500 BARRELS OF

tcsses In the mm -; : Miss Sarah Dannbeisser has returned nuts and .Coffee every morningat :

:j' Sol Gahn & Co "For a formal dancing party f from Mobil, and leaves Sundayfor 5 o'clock. I. PORTLAND CEMENT
I I U prettier than a Pink Bal the carnival at New Orleans and I 1i4
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The ladies all wear poW' '(> I I I to spend a month with friends.' V I _'_ ,. |Pensacola iii
beauty patches pink -
The Pure Food Store. ana; r '_
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I the men 'wear pink necties and : Mrs. Sarah Elsas of Atlanta is visiting j We have just received a shipment I Larger cities t8DUJt fr;

'S Southwest Corner Patatas an* Uttndenca;! ribbon across the shirt front. I'I Mrs. Ab4 :Moore on Wright street. Kitchen : direct from Antwerp* by the hark boast of a better e'iu P''\ o.
; The decorations are- pInk. < !I I Kandy Cafe, 'fitrathern, 0: ;). oo barrels of Portlan.l} place. The 5ervice i b 1!
I t. I 178 refreshments consist of pink : :i Blue" Ribbon Vanilla 's constantly i tment. Send in your qrders aionc best that! b had
I Phones : can SJ
: t 480 creams with pink frosted (' I Ibonbons increasing In favor. Absolutely pure. 104 Palafox. Phone 999, i i if \ou want any of it. .
If it is a "cotillon." I Goes twice as far and gives dessertsthe i W. R.. TAYLOR S& CO.,
.- vera re all pink with pink "Blue Ribbon Flavor" 1[:Phone 32$. .209 E. Garden St.Nick Apostle, Propt'r .Cl l ll

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LESLIE{ E. BROOKSREAL REAL ---


Tie Yourself to a Portion )" .' : :
ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD -;.-. : 'HOOiONWATSO'N. .
SAFE INVESTMENT

RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY ... ;' Successors to Thos. C. Watson' Ci.


of Mother Earth. LOANED. \ :. Desirable. "Us judgment a reasonable, but put amountof your Leading Real Estate. Rental and. Insurance Agency

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money in property."

Become a land owner. You'll find $800.00 Twb-Story) Our list of properties Includes some List
t easier! than you of the best of Desirable Property for Sale.
thlnk. We have for propositions both for investment -::
helped others four lots
and can help you. on North Hill. A bar > '
gain at this figure. and home purposes. InvestIgate A, desirable piece! of property on Palafox street; a splendid SI
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$1500.00will t Brick ;Building (them) if you don't see adverUs-I investment; must go at once..... ..... ... .... .. .. ..$10,000.00
'". ed what you want call and see us.:No I Seven dwellings, and a dwelling' and store building wipx very
buy 90 by : : *
125 feet
Start With.a Lot with 3 houses trouble to show '
proporty. near
: half
on renting for $216.00 a block of ground. situated on a very desirable corner
per year. This Palafox Street, between $5000.00 near business investment.$6300.00
I district splendid
will ; a
.net core than 10 '
: : \' '' ter investigate. per cent. Bet Romana and Intendencia Elegant small home on North Hill, Very desirable quarter of block on North Hill, convenient to

East Hill: east front beautiful interior finish,I street car line. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .. .. ... .$5600,00
$4500.00for streets., polished<< hard wood floors, gas and I- One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill fronting

a piece of property 70 by ibO one I electric lights; only a few more days.. : south near car 1:ne, on corner 100 by 150, for a few days $3700.00
block from Palafox, renting for $540 MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE at this price. j Desirable two story new dwelling on corner with four lots on

I Bl J6 advance In price soon. King Prlscusillds a deed per-year.- $450000 1 I I North Hill. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. '.. .. .. .. ....$3700.00
for Pensacola dirt we sold him.I 100 Per Cent Profitto For particulars apply tocDavId.Hyer One of the prettiest 'homes on East j I Two, story dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street;

be made In vacant lots, East or Hill, near car 1'ne.! with' all 'convenIences -I good neighborhood: .. .... ._... .... ..i. .... ..... .$3250.00
Wen Ends, at large lot. I: Comfortable one story dweling on iDeVilliers street near

Company 2000.00 I Garden street with large lot...... .... .... .... .... '.- .$3250.00
$1.00 Cash and 50 cents per Week. I' rl're1lty.five'lots on North Palafox: and Baylen streets, splendid -

204" 8. Palafox St. FIsher! Building. Agents. New,York Two lot story 8 room house bath' corner -, investment for a few days only. .'. .. H .. .. '.. .. ..$3275.00
fronting car \line No. 1201 N.I
I Pensacola Investment Company Life .Insurance Company. DavlsSt. : I j I The north half of blO'k'67, New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137
'; feet six Inches each; one block from electric car line. and on

4. H. DULCMeCRrr For SaleFOR : 8 E. Government Street. $1750.00 .* Havana Square., .. '.. .. ...... .... .... .... .. .. ....$2000.00
City Manager.W. Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. Neat little cottage, corner lot, fronts I Two story dwell'ng'at! No. 1005 North Davis street, with large

H. KNOWLES President. R. B. SIMPSON SALE-Two good combination car line East Hill lot.0x13:!., : lot. .... ....:: 'i. ............ ..... .... .... .... .... .. ..$2000.00
J.E. STILLMAN, V.-rres. ant Ceo. Secretary. horses, and two good mules. Will $1900.00 I Six room;story and a.half dwelling with two acres of groundin

Manaier. KNOWLES BYE,Treasurer. sell together or separately. Apply to 'D. 6 room cottase corner 10th avenue western! suburbs.. .. .0 ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. i.$1200.00
Kael Estate, Loans General In lie.Imen Is. E. G. Sawell, 403 N. Reus, phone 614, HALE WILSON$ fi CO. and 23rd tret.' Includes 5.:lots.: j I Tw"desirable building lots on East Jackson street. 80 by 132

ISfeblwFOR : feet six inches,,fronting south. convenient to car line..S 575.00
$1750.00
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock REAL ESTATE, 1110ts.r.orUi R..R.'St.' splendid Investment : Two story dwelling on East DeLeon street with large, lot..$ 850.00
cock rela ready for yard $1.50 to Comfortable one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620

$3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty 250. Mrs. RENTS AND LOANSWe North Coyle stre t.. .. _. ........ .... .... .... .... ......$ 800.00
v- --- ---- ----- Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley. ,Fla.14feblm $1800.00Six Two cottages on West Zarragossa street. splendid renting property

MOVER'S GROCERY STORE AND MEAT MARKET I' room cottage, bath and "toilet, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .... ....$1250.00
Corner Government and Alcanlz Streets. Phone 718. have the following special bargrins East Hll.: south front Money to loan in amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per cent.
Western and Native Meats of th finest TYPEWRITERS keep on hand for in very desirable real estate fora I $1200.00 Interest.

lf'Ti' I in a first-class market. e quality. Everything that Is sale The Fox, Underwood, Smith few days. only. I Neat little cottage. 2 lots on corner! Those having property, desiring tosell same would find It' to theIr!

;u pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00. 20 Premier and Blickensderfer Typewrit-)| SPECIAL BARGAINS. Fisherville. \ advantage to place same in our hands, as we have disposed of about
pounds of ,
n '::11.i Fancy Country Syrup 25c per gallon., Nice, Clean Rice, ers. Sold on easy terms or rented' 2 lots in block 170; New City: 80x137 I '$300,000 worth in the past 60 days. If j'o:i have funds to loan consult
Honey in the comb Ex- feet line .. .. .. ..
or car .
of on $400.00
makes
All machines
.11' of Honey. Give.me a call. I will show you: how cleaned and Money to loan on real estate and vs. If you desire an agent to collect yourents; or want fire insurance :
to save money repaired. Work guaranteed. Phone 3 lots,, corner' 16th ave. and Gads" property jusured. ; or if you want to buy a piece of property and don't know wno
A. McD.
MOYER. Phone 718. 380. F. B. Bruce, 28 East Go'vern- den street .. .. .. .'. .. .-' .. $1,000.00 Owns same, 'consult us.HOOTON.
5 lots fronting Toledo in New :
ment. 14feblm square -
HELP WANTED City. ., ..-, ,.. ..... ".. .. .. $1,000.00 List your property, .' with us-for quick -
sale.
Wanted FOR SALE.-10 room. House corner
One 5-room house, with bath and
lot, 3 blocks from Palafox. lot 96x sewer connection.- in every room & WATSON
''iFl.i; wantedWANTED .... .. .... .. .... WANTED-500 couples to attend the 192 on car line. For particulars: Inquire nice neighborhood. If taken at; I L S. BROWN & CO. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX
54. STREET.
PHONE
-A printer at once. Banter two balls .iF'ebruary 26 and 27 at C. of Standard Clothing Co. 29jan Mcce; .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1450.00 '

Chipley Fla. 23feblw K.20feblw.WANTED. of A. hall. Barrio's Orchestra.. FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved 6 houses in block '17, West King Theisen Buiid'ng.' .---.-- 1 -

property la all Tn.ct, renting $30.00 per month. Will --- --- --- -
"W_O TED-Man who understandsbook < parts of the city, -----------

binding and ruling and who is A young fat 'maid donkey J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents:, lend UOOO.OO of necessary, .. $2600.00All For Sale.FOR I'
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,f these propositions are bargains
capable of taking charge of that Apply at Fisher Real Estate Agen- Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone sad will be held open for a few FARMING LANDSHave Timber Lands

branch of the business. iLayes Printing 52:_ 20feb -172. 23jan cajs onl. SALE-Rose tinted satin gown,

Company' Pensacola. Fla. 'WANTED-First class saw mill man, FOR.SALE.-If >ou have $8,000 to In- Excellent warehouse location: on silk lined trimmed, real lace and doubled in value in short
:.Sfeblw.: competent to construct, operate vest in a saw mill proposition worta railroad track very cheap. India gauze. Good as new. Never

WANTED competent, neat nurse and manage small mill is open for $10,000. write Lock Box 26, DeFunlak Good 8 per cent mortgages on hand. worn in Pensacola. Cost $S.; Wi'l 1 time. fluctuation in prices but a steady
wanted at once at 18 EL Wright. position either as partner or cut_ by Springs, I'la. This will stand the Best kind of investments. sell for $23.;) 1311 North Davis street. No For 'SaleWe

:!3f..b. the thousand. Address P. O. Box closest investigation and the first man, Property in all pans;: of city, vacantor Also white chiffon hat thrfo handsome Increase. In here for all products.
319 city. 20feblw* with tne money gets it. No time to Improved, wanted and for sale. plumes cost $18 sell for half! A market and realize large profits.
MAN WANTED manage and work WANTED A waste with agents or trifI rs. 24Jan 30 S. Palafox St 23feb3t. Buy now
man with a few thou -I Phone 234.
farm. Will pay wages or work on sand dollars to FOR SALE.-One choice block .
invest: in a specialty on top shares! 6 miles from city at Oakfleld. splendl\
]Una of lumber manufactories. Ad of the ridge east of the electric! "T' ---- en' ine; portable boiler on wheels;
Tali!! 18 E. Garden St, city. 20feblw!( large and small turpentine locations.
dress L, care Journal. ISfeblw* railway, between 7th and 8th stre boiler in
order.
ensjne or running
north on
miles Saw
11 Mills
farm and Saw
FOR SALE 400 acre mUlloc&tlona.
WANTED Mass attendant aboardthe WANTED Nautre has favored this section and ts'l Also 2 log carts compete! ready for I. & N. 350 acres I Some
-Party with a few hundred cannot be duplicated. ,V. Brent road and on excellent bargains in large
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U. S. S. Vixen. Apply on board dollars, wishes to purchase an inter --- -- -...--' -- Beach Haven, the coming suburb of service. For terms apply to Jas. Mc- of best timber land in Escaaabia coun, and small tracts of round and boxed
ship. :Ofebl wXTEDA est in paying business of any kind. I FOR SALE-House at Goujdins on Pe.nsacola. Extensive improvements Voy & Co., Cantonement. Fla. ty. Excellent soil; produces 30 bushels timber! lands.

\\'. cook Address Investment care Journal. I hard road 4 rooms. bath and kitca- to',be made this ys,r; street car line ,23feblm. corn to acre. A bargain. 'I Large tracts of Mississippi Delta:
\ at once. Ap-
goo 16feb. I en; nice stable. Strictly cash. M. guaranteed in the near future. $35.00 FOR SALE.-One tank and; wind mill 200 acre farm two story house on and hardwood lands.
plv 2 ii E. Garden. ISfeblw I S. Borras Standard Oil Coo's'office.. for beautiful watprfront lots. This for _sale by J. C. Pebley 22feblw. P. &. A. with 150 pecan trees .$2000 I Splendid list of valuable property

TED-TI1ree short goods solici WANTED-We want jour orders for' Pensacoia. Fla. 20janlm* price for 'a short, tim? only. For fur- -- 1200 acres stump land on P. & A.; !and fine I location for a Co'ony or Stock
1907 Art : FOR: SALE RENT-House con-
Calendars. Over
Solomon 300 original 'I ther particulars call on or write to location for a colony; per acre I Farm it South East Georgia.
tors. Furniture Co. Sfeb designs to select from. All FOR SALE OR RENT- 0 acre farm; ta'ning! four rooms and hall on Jor. good Some of
the choicest residence
'\"A "TED-\Ianagerr branch omce prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- 5 miles from. city on -Bjent road; '7 PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO. dan street. near Palafox. Rent $8.00 200. I'places 1- the beautiful little city of
la- I room house all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 month. Address T. Newell; R. F. D.
we wish to locate here in Pensacola. t 16febWANTEDjTo DeFuniak Springs Fla. and In Milton. -
I story barn good water, mall box on No., 1. Cit}".. 22feb C. R. YAEGER, -
Address with references. The Mor For Sale
lease 0.- buy a five or I the land., Address ''Farm," 'care Fla.Our
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Wholesale House Cincinnati Ohio. six room cottase.' Price and terms; i Journal. ISfeblw* FOR SALE Five room house on 40 202 Thiesen Building. Phone, 888. prices and terms are reason-
tfeblm* must be acres of good land suitable for truck
reasonable. Address Good FOR SALE-Large horses and mules. able.Cal
Tenant. care Journal. 16feb:I FOR SALE-For: a few: days only, 2 for turpentine operators and log men. garden; 'ou P.' & P. R. R., 5% miles on or write to us.TURNER .

lots opposite the Hagerman'' r!si.i We guarantee satisfaction. Address from Pensacola. Call on or address MiscellaneousHACK

WANTED WANTED-The public to know that i dence New City, ,62500. Fine loca-: > Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb man.' Mrs. L. E. Henricks. Millview. Fla.
old newspapers can be bought at I non for a home. Apply B. T. Wolfe, Chipley, Fla.2lfeblni._ 22feblw*
IvODAKEJIS, get Kauffman's pricesfor this omce fqr five cents a bundle. Theyare I Citizen's Bank. 'Ufeblm ager No-; 12-Always ready with good &AYMARD
all clean and nice. FOR SLE-ITouscod furniture: bj FOR SALE AT -SACRIFICE-Eight reliable driver. C. II. Taylor, pro
developing and finishing. Best, !.FOR S'ALE-Go-Cart In good cond! private eale. Apply before March beautiful lots. in block across street Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange -
aod oftuc cheapest in city. :Mall orders and re- WANTED.-Electric work of ah kind. t tion. Cheap. Apply- at 907 N.AI-, 1\ at Major Lewis ,or Hollifred place, east of the StoddanJ place on East prietor. Phone 185. 20feblm Real Estate ani

prompt attention. Romana Let us clean your feusv repair your i caniz. ISfeblw* just northwest of'city. Takrf Park Hill: if 'sold at: once $1200: also 17 Abstract Company
Palafox Sts. :Ofcb.W.l.EDPoslUon dynamo, da: jour wiring. etc. P.i"n I services as surveyor -, ,
Ii car tp end of line F.."L. Irwin. lots on North Railroad street; excel NOTICE-I offer my
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as day or nl'g-ht 570.Pens:1t Ba\'Icn. la Electri. Co.. 203: S. I FOR City.SALE-Beauufal Tract ':"). 312. For block cash In $603.New 23feblw* lent 'location for factory building' locating homesteads of Florida.for the P. 0. Box I 115 DeFuniak Springs, AorH!.
watchman. First" class references. site; must go at once or price will' people of western counties
to A. M. McMillan. Court Houaa.laug
Address B.. care JournaL 20feblw* A'TED-To loan money on your : Apply NORMANS PILLS-Just received not hold good-$125000. Apply to Address W. J. Stevens. Surveyor, Flt>

watches. jewelry ,and personal et i t | 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For Jno: H. Kohler care Saunders Mill rala, Ala. 16feblmVIAYIThe -I Board and Rooms.FOR .

WAN"IED-To loan money on your fects. Highest cash price for old gold : THE GREAT LINDSAY-; LIGHT Burns sale at The Alligator and Went End Co., 29 E. Garden St._22feblw _of the "ViavlTreatment" ,
personal property and household : less gas and gives you more light Saloons. ISnovlm patrons
and silver. IJghtman & Klein, 106 E. FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapers cord'ally invited to RENT AFTER MARCH 1- :
foods. Mobile Loan Co.. "corner Jefferson for leas money than any lamp yet FOR SALE-First class are
wright. Phone 1127.Money grocery store l for said. Only 5c a bundle. They Mondays andFrti'a's Three furnished' rooms suitable for
made. Try it an see for gel!. call at Hotel Southern
Sts. your
and Zarragossa and meat market In connection fixtures Ight house keeping.
Apply at 505 C.
Kcblm* Booklets free. Call up 380 and ask etc. Reason for Ieav-1, make: good !wrapping paper and are ( from 2 to C p. m., where they
selling Gadsden.
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thing to put under Mr H. 23fwblw '
the matting. ?
East Just the representative,
to Loan. about them. 28 Government can meet
ing the cftAddress P. O. Box 697.
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COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand llfeblm-
1027.
street. F. B. Bruce. febll-lm land P. Booth. Phone
Cleaning Club. 118 N.' Palafox 7feb. FOR SALE-3 acres on Town FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished

Si Mrs. T.J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage MONEY TO LOAN-'Everybody borrows FOR SALE-7-room house at Gould FOR SALE-Eight ,Water Spaniel Point, opposite cIty! near marine ways. I will tune and repair pianos and organs rooms at P. Stone's residence. 1J N.
solicited; satisfaction guaranteed money from Jno' A. Hall & In'g Apply to F. L., Aekergren puppies. Mo'ber and father Import. $300 cash: deep water frontage. Address as cheap as any one and do first Pa'afox St. ISfeblw
Co., 16 E. Government street WhenIn Land. care Journal. lOfeb is 802-2
Fla. 28janlm : phone
Careful attention given ladles'garments. Goulding. ed from Bilboa, Spain. Apply to Pons class work only. My
Phone 1222. Sfeb need call on us.. 9feblm FOR SALES-Nice, clean old newspapers Barber Shop, or to 422 E. Government I FOR SALE QUICK-100 high back rings. Orders promptly attended to WANTED-A few boarders 213 W. ,'

"W.\NTBD-You to use Corno H enffVed. MONKY LOANED on'all kinds? of personal at bYe cents a bundle. This office ,St. 17-feblw cane bottom chairs. Will sell all J. Conrad Scott. Gregory. New house, good. neighborhood .
short 'of thjm cheap. Jos. Roth Oert- and on car limt. 16feblm
prQperty on I notice or portion CHANDLERS-McKlnzie
makes hens SHIP
This
lay Bear
jour FOR SALE-The Lewis Co. are
Terms easy J< B. Gray & Co., 2 W; Tarragonna and Government Sts. wholesale and retail ship
and fattens them. Try it For salo AUTOMOBILES.-I am agent for thee agents for the famous Corno lien ing & Co. NICE FURNISHED front room, south -
Romana.' Phone 1165. lOfeb. first-class
\j, The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb :_ itch Pope Mfg. Co.and can sell you autos Feed. Finest thing In the world to chandlsrs and grocers, 'only to all ern exposure; half block from Pala
W.\-JTED-EverybodY In Pensacola MONEY TO LOAN.-On'real estate or from $500.00 up. They cost less than make hens lay. Keeps 'em In kood FOR SALE-Two or three wagons. house of kind in city. J air prices j fox: -Apply 32 E. Gregory. 20fjblw*

to know that the Y. :M.,C.-A. buildIng other sufficient security .by appij horses to keep up. They can be run condition too. ?feb drays and horses cheap, if taken Corno Hen .feed will make your''

: wa built of brick made by the Ing to'Thos. Pebley cor. Palafoi and In sand or anywhere a horse can go' FOR SALE.-South half block 211, wlth'.n! a few days. Phone 614 or apply hens lay. and: ke-p them in a health/ FOR RENT-One nicely furnished

P n!'acoU Brick Co., and they are prepared Romana. up stairs._' ITnov-ic.: LeslIe E. Brooks. fronting 400 feet on 13th street by at 403 N. Reus street. 27_Jan. condition. Try It. For sale by the room at 24 West Romana St. phone

to furnish you. J. S. Walton, MONEY TO L'mJOn, good real estate JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment of* 107H feet on Bay iew Park; also Lewis Dear Co._7fej, 548. ISfeblw*

MRT 6feb security,. *>r on .good collateral imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint south half of block 212. fronting 400 I STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE NOTICE-The owner will not be' responsible .
at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, quantity. G. feet on UCl St., br 137% feet on Bay debts contracted by THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for
Morasso for
MATTRESSES: made toorder;. old gallon or larger STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. M. rent suitable for light housek'eeI"Ing.
Park. The only adjoining ;
View property
building. I Kate.
Fisher 21Jaa chandlers ana' of the schooners
& Co ship grocer? 701 master. Passengers the captains
and
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"uUresws renovated and tick Rogers
new I Bay View Park that is now fr Sallle Guy. H. Jerniga'n. Apply 501 W. Chase. 13feb
furn:shod if desired. Ring phono 771 MONEY LOANED onaU kinds of personal South Palafox. 4oct. sa'e.! The beautiful view down thu Freight service between Pensacola Far Alabama or Fla. Sfeblm .
Portland.
or call! at 114 E. Belmont St 2feblm property on short notice FOR SALE--Choice lots on Ea!>Hill; bayou; and down the bay can never be and Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street owner TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104 -

v.'fr'1O.Real\ !! Terms easy. J.-W. Dullard, upstair for sale. Price reasonable. Address A. V. Clubbs. 20jly(Iob.atructed. wharf, Wednesdays and Saturdays. This is to certify that the Ferry N. Spring St. Good location. Special
: Estate for sale or 28 South Palafor St. Phone 1144. Tourists and others desiring to and Shippers ABSO I
% Lots care Journal. 20feblw*, see Pass Inspectors rat s to parties or clubs, Apply
rent lease Qr exchange. Your business snoT' FOR SALE. -My property, 416 E. Bra-i I places of interest on Choctawhatchle! elation are not responsible for the Mrs. W. J. WIlliams 222 N, Spring St
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson -| FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs Ined St., consis jn; of four lots 40, Bay and Santa Rosa Sound should following boom receipts of their in- janlm*
Real Estate Agent, 22% W. Gov1rnment UNLIMITED mount'or money to loan sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out x50 feet; a two story dwell'ng containing ) make this trip. Special rates for par stection: Receipt No. 1347, of G. D. -&--

street Room 7, Salisbury i on all kinds of personal property of Orphan Lee of Baltimore. 5S544 6 rooms. hall ways, bath room ties of ten or more. For rates or Robbins; receipt No. 1348 of Feagin: NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent
building Phone 172. 23an] Special rates to business men on large AU guaranteed. with registrations: and closets and pantry. On car line; will other information apply on board or and Ilawell; receipt No.'1295 of Chas. Newly furnished clean anl: nice

W.'XTED.-Al1 kinds of electrical loans. The New York Loan Co., 204% pedegrees.. .Cari ett rl1nd.' Chipley. sell entire' property for 300000. E. address P. O. Box 6S2. Pen acola Fla.27Janlm Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Inspectorsand near postofflce. Apply at 128% E.

work. I sell all kinds of electrical South Palafox. Fla. 2 6:nor. U. Ree:>e. 22febj : Shippers Association, .by.Janzsn' J. T. Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer.
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latteries anj other electrical supplies. ___ __ __ h h __ Harper. Prca._ 7Janlm. -
E When you need me ring 345 or 955. FOR RENTFOR ----- DRESSMAKING Alice W. Her Old newspapers at five cents a bund! .4
W Peake new Star Laundry bu1ldtheE. man has opnd a first-class dressmaking at this o1fi e. They are all clean

Garden. 15dec. RENT Oood space at 613 So. shop at her residence. 106 E. sndnice.

\V.\ TP.D.-A.: R. Bingham wantt Palafox for restaurant or barber Some Attractive Real Estate Offerings Intendencia. Ladies Invited to call. -
BAY IFTEL-Open night and jday.
our moving and hauling. He guarantees shop. Restaurantflitures go with it. :SljanSw* -
of the lunch businessin Shoemaker" European plan. Rooms light and( t .
all breakage. Phone 630. I am going out JOHN FLJO. Boot and Transient trade

\\ TED-To: order to devote rajf entire time to 2 lots CO ft. front on the southwest. corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets, very select neighborhood Fins custom work to order; repairIng clean.575-579 S. Palafox. Jis. S. solicited.
Nlcolao.
'*' buy old gold and ail- my bar. Good location for right IUIP .. .. .... .. ... .. .. a-.. ;.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ... .... .... .... ... ....$1500.00 ; materal: and workmanship guar Prop.
alzl!.\, broken up stuff regardless;; of A. D'Lustrot. 22feblw 5-room cottage and reception hall back and front gallery.. closets, house new and in -good condition.large anteed. Please: give ma a calL 120 .

101I\ I C Cash Wright paid. Ligatman & Klein, FOR RE.'iT-Two' 3-room houses- on lot on North 8th avenue between 11th and 12th streets, a bargain at.. '., '. ,. .. .. .. ..$1200.00 E. Government street. Phone 1086. -. -- --- --
Phone 1127. avenue and 12th :street ,cottage back and front gallery, and 27Janlm"cuf
East Main St Applyat 438 or 434 Corner 8th 5-room and hall pantry gas city
*US PRINTING of all kinds wanted East Main SU; ISfeblw* water house new. a large lot..i..... .... .... .... .. ....,......... ._ .. .. .. <. .' ......$1700.00 FLOWERS-Ordera---------promptly'I LOST -

by the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W. Building lots on west side of N. Rens Street between DeSoto and Strong. .. ., .. .. .. .. ..$-50.0G filled for roses, carnations, flowers
f.o'f'rnment Phone 181. Only'the FOR RENT-Desirable two-story resi 541-3 ft. on West Romana' street at the foot of Spring St., Improvements on property, renting for $13.00 and designs of all! kinds. Miss Bertls LOST-Fur collar at or near opera

lest of wotk. Idee dence. No. 208 West Gadsden St., per month.. .. .. .. .. .. ..6 ......... ........ .....-, ... ... ........ .. :. .. .. .... .. .. ....$4000.00 Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. |i I ,house Monday night during per
*'ANTED Win. D. Howe. 401 Thiesen.Bldg. ISfeb 40 ft by 170, ft deep on' EastRomana; St., next to Bass & Co., a good investment '.. .. .. .. ..$4000.00 formance of "Fantasma." Return to
ork. Office-Hauling and transfer FOR RENT-Two' story residence 5 lots on the South East"corner of Spring and Lee streets; a splendid building site.$2500.00Block TAILORING-B., L. Diamond Tailor. Journal office and receive reward. :

Phoae 390. phone 363; residence with all modern conveniences, corner 107 East K'ng Tract Belmont__Numbering,. on North Palafox street between Baylen and Pa'afox Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and 21fefa3t* .
Acosta
a St &; White. 22 28 N.ona Spring and Strong Sts. Apply C. thirty lots few days only at.....kf. .... ..... .... .. '.... .......... .. .. .. .. .. .... ..........$5000.00 repaired on short notice. No. 11% -
short
25mar. St. Pensacoia Fla. LOST-Dark red cow. and beayywith
__ H. Turner. 9feb. 50C East Jackson street. two story 8 rocm and hall house, bath gas a delightful home and good neighborhood West Government horn
white Left
W A.-'TED.-The Merchants Transfer lot 93 ft. by 150.....?... .'. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .., ............ .,., .... ..._. ........$3500.00 Idee. __j I spots.B. for broken
Branded Reward
Co wants Jour moving and bauUng.akage FOR RENT.-Elegant story 8-room 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. off : D.Infendencia.20feblw return -
14 W.
A.n 1 l guaranteed. T. B. Tflor- cottage at 318 West,.Belmont St. Apply and 18 bearing fruit trees 80 ft. wharf running out into the water. The house has been newly painted and wholesale and retail manufacturers to*

feD, Prop Phone 978. ISjunelai. to WaIIrerII1Taham. Star Laun ,, papered, and wood work. grainedon Inside, house sits on bluff about 20 ft. high, email sail boat and row boat and dsalers In cotton mattresses and

3I.TSSESRENOVATED.: New dry. 25Jan go with house near car line. This place la very cheap at.. .. .. ..... .n. ,..'" .... v. .... ..$1500.00 bed springs. Second hand furniture LOST-Black female setter pip....

let urn'shed' if desired. All done FOR RENT.-Elegant two story stow :3 lots on Strong street between 10th and 11th avenues. This property Is vpry cheap at.. .. .. $650.00 bought and sold.. Upholstering and f I I about one month old. Reward for -

in good order on short notice. Leave room in new .Laundry building MONEY' at the !lowest market rate 0 !Interest on Improved or vacant city'property. pairing a specialty. 114 E. Belmont return to G. B. McGill. 706 E. -Jack-

(lrder< at Green & Watson. Phone E.: Garden street, Apply Walker In- St. city. Phone 771. C. T. Davis SOB St iSfebiw'I
3\13.\ 4feblm graham. Star: Laundry. %%dec. ; Real Estate ; Mgr. 17Janlm I I __ I -
I The Fisher
Agency
XD j. H. PORTER: sailmaker. 716 Souta LOST-A patitlon containing number L
?? HAND CLOTHING WANT- j\ BINGHAM has storage room for I Palafox street. Orders taken for i of signatures of value:to"no one but
ED-.lIIgh st prIce bald for gent's "rent* suitable for furniture: or other Phone; 87. 2O6 South :Palatox: I tents awnings camp stools and house I owner. Reward for return to Journal

,.oQd.Othlng CBlyAlso sali second hand J!'oods lOt and 106 Soutt Tarragona' cots etc. Prices reasonable. :Sljan. office. "Sfet
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Hd I 1! $500.000'Ott coDpress.$1 OO.p)!pOj 1; I -
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1HL paving com pan)'. ,' .., I f I '
WEEKlY { Nashville-$!;;OOOO ':land company R REAL ESTATE

: ; : q. IF YOUR REVIEW f ilcal' $23.000 works.lumber$10.000, company.t oil. companj.$25.000()chem-f' 1 1I' \ Ov Half a Million


11 :::EIL1:1: II I-I' Union Kenton-$20,000. City-Canning chemical;factory. como! SATISFIED CUSTOMERS

I OF SOUTHERN
; panjv I IKnox1lieiOOOO 4I I TRANSfERS ,
;' I marble com-l .
Do think such, (enormous business could be built
IS FROM I pany. yon up and
I Jiennhng-1phone'.system. J ,4bldI continnally increased,if our goods did not Tiave exceptional value and ment?
Do yot think wc, rn1.1 hold.the !rade"ot half a million people, j jreputation if Our
INDUSTRIES Texas. fordoing eXi\ctlY'what say wasn't firmly established?
"THE OLD'RELIABLE"It's Floresville-$10,000 fac 'Following :is list of the deeds re- ,
canning ,I ioe 'whskey a Do you'.tl ink-U. -Senators,Foreign Ambassadors, Banters, Businessand
..tory. I corded :yfjs''t'Kjar reported or The Professional men in every section of this country would keep on using
: Gr D\11le-Gas plant. Pensacola ..-.t.) tract Co: HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right?
: : all right! Good hats Houston-$20.000 loan, lumber and ,a friendly tip W.. L,' Zacnary and Etta Zathary Do you think doctors would recommend it ,and hospitals use it, j if it
:: keep our hat department: busy- I New Corporations Formed in DixieLand gas company. $40,000 oil company: to Margaretta:C. Stephens and Clark wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated?
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U can hardly order them fast : (near). $10,000 cotton uarehousecom" find the article Stephens 'ior 55; of the subdivision! of Just think these things over carefully and then send us a trial order'
enough for the demand. [ During the Week pany. fHillsboio fight the 12 acres in Sec IS, T, 2 S. R.f Your money-back if you arc not satisfied.
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-Telephone system.HubbardEleCtrlc 30 W.,. $500 and other eons>-!d ratlons" United States Senate,Washington,D.
The way we know them and 0 l Just Passed. light plant Ice' stick to it Frank-ET.' and Dora Bs.vlesa! to M. "I have found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine fortable and medicinal purposei.C.**
1"- sell them bring every advantage facto '. T. Petonpiece "Of land 1320 ft. by; U'"" ..'1.Sfearart

of quality and style to the I Corsicana-Two oil companies. "Old joe" is right-rightly .. 3Q0ft., in Sec, :33;: T. 2 N.R. :31 W ,' : U.S. Senator from Nevada.MINER .
Beaumont-Saw mi1!!. $10,000 sash
I wearer. There's a large number Chattanooga Tenn.., Feb. 22-The I $55.:
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accompanying list prepared by Tht:, and door factory :: made-rightly aged; giveit N. W. Mcholsoa to Levi! Turner. N
f. t4 of men ,bUYing hats here: Traa'dsman:: shows the new industries! Ft Worth-Trunk, crate and basket t a test-you'll have no %" of NWiJ' of XWtt of Sec. :27! T. 3
today that began buying them located in the southern states during;, factory, $25,000:!; ,creamery N. R. :31 W. $tO.. WHISKEY
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t :j here when they were jounsSters. the week ending to-day. The capital-:! KirbyvJlle. -$150,000- lumber com other ; thousands insist upon N. W'Nicholson to John ));1\,5, Sot -- (

;i They knowDUNLAP nation ranges from $2,000,000 down tjlO.ooo panj' -* ; full measure-convenient package NWVi of NW'l of Sec 27 T. 3 N.
$ and the diversity a3 great: RUin; Star-$20,000 development Jl. 31V.. .
; tcompanj" moderate fold /tere $50. FULL $n.20 EXPRESS
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price every
,'as the varied resources of the & "e'a.: ;
i ; HATS. I ttates. In the'reports from the cotton Dallas-Canning factory, $1,000,000'!' I 4 : .
c states it will be noticed that there is; mining'comapny: ."b & b" atlanta QUARTS O PREPAID
$ STETSON HATS, considerable: investment in nw cotton ij to ,San \ntonlo-$10OQO canning fac-:
t. I mIlls cotton gins! ," etc. Among the 1 t9-. : SHIPPING$ NEWS
:; YOUNG BROS. HATS, I heaviest capitalized. new, concerns are'r ""Tarpley-Telephone company I II ; UUI1 AIIR. OFFER We w'send you in a plain sealed case. with no 1
i a 12,000,000 in Louisiana) '- : mllAt to show. contents. FOUR FULL OUART
gas company 0 *Virgmfa. r
NO NAME HATS
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: BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE FOR J120, and we
a $1.500,000 cotton mill in Tennessee
Meadow View-$50,000. roller, flour-. Florida and Alabama will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it.have your doctor
I i and a $1,000,000 mining company in I ing mill. test it-every bottle if YOU wish. Then if you don't find it just as we say
I 1 exas. There are also a large num j j j k VESSELS IK.PCRT. and perfectly .atiaactory.ship it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and your _
'her of nest industries capitalized at West Virinia.Keystone$15.000 LAND COMPANY 'Steamsnfpa.Alioth I I S3.20 win be promptly refunded. How could any offer be fairer? Yoc __ SIPF
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n-ore than $300000 each. The complete machine works. I don't risk a cent.
t : The John White Store list for th '''''eek is,as follows: Parke'rsburg-lOQooglass; factory. Manufacturers of .- Dutch 83, Mulda,, 1298. Rot Orders for Ariz..Cal..Col Idaho.Mont.Kev..V.ilex..Ore.Utah.Wash.. ;- hln5'r- < Wheeling-$23,000; 'concrete block and Dealers in terdam to order.Farmsum or Wyo.must be on the basis of 4 Quarts for.<.OO by Express 1're- '
Alabama. Dutch ScheJtf> 20 for.1ii.lO, Freight PrepaId I'aL
ss ma.j) paid or quarts by
,.'. i I Akron-Oil mill shin- factor. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES -
Special in life Wear. cotton mill H97 West Hartlepool to W. L. Wit-:
I' Gassawaj--$25,000: hardware and: AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Write our nearest office and do it NOW. _
ale mill lumber mill, furniture fac- : :
t r 205-207 S. Pal at ox Street. i furniture -. .' tich. !
I t&ry- companyCharkston$100,000 - ---- --- -- ---- ;
I I Klrkswood Pr ss, Larson 2095, Loa-i THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY =:
coke ,
'J I SheffiJld-Paint factory. coal and '
225.
Phone don. -
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4 ; ville-I1ard'ware company coml>any. : Safes! Safes! Safes! Pleamoor, Br ss;, Prst, 2803. Mobileto Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, 0. St. Louis. Mo .St. Paul.MInn.! -- --
t i Ga'aesden' -$100,000 telephone s>sten.
w- coal I master.' I 403 Pierausr, TROT, 0. ESTABLISHED 1866.
_ __ _ $100.000 Birmingham and iron company. Cures babj-'s croup. Willie's 'daily Buy Diebold Safes! Secunda Br ss, Donnelson. 1309."
lumber
: -$15,000 company cuts and bruises:mamm '&sore throat, Tenereiffe to The W. S, Keyser Co.

,- : .a1sr!:& Your florssoitJ ; $25,000:: implement company,, grandma's lamE'ness-Dr. TTiomas Scarritt Moreno Sliedieeht, Dutch ss, Vcssen 1951: *I -., ,
ccal I and mining company.l.lnevIlleHardware : -- --
Eclectic Oil-the gre household rem- Galveston." i|
I company. I' edy. Agent. Teodora de Tanaiga, Br fj, Hudson, "
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I Mobile-$5COO brick company. -
'I' 2399.;; HulL
IV>than-Planing mill. -- I Tugela Br ss, Lacock 2148. Vera "
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ANNUITiES
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Selma$ 5OOO knitting milL STAMP NOTES. '
Cruz. I IVivina.
jIoJ Arkansas. i McMillan Bros. Co. $pen SS. Bustinza, 1333 |' C
1u \ Stamps-$50,000 iron works.<< A well known English philatelist I erpool to Gulf Transit Co.@hips. LV-j' THE EQUITABLE LIFE 'Issues annuities in vanon/ formsto COT
Little Rock-ln\ebtmnt claims that the five
company shilling stamp of meet -circumstances of those who wish to purcha.-
$:.00.000) I : '.3-
telephone system New Zealand Is the I
handsomest
stamp
I t tI' and in all cases pay a much larger income than could bo SP
: Tictonol ferfetttoaT"THE I liuboden-$I('0.000 pow t' and development ,' in existence. It pictures the famous Avon. ,Ital silo. Avegno, 1601 Genoa cured by 'any 'other!" form of Invc t01ent. Will be glad' to PS- feITb]

MOST BEAUTIFUL MAGAZINE! l company. I I I' Mount Cook and is printed In a rich >II to ,Rosasco Bros. plain to you their!!: advantages. King Prit>cus, carries losursurance ; !
I IN THE WO LD" Florida. shade vermilion.. f Casanova Ital bk. Avegno' 1083, in The Equitable. tvde

'.'.; n J ,Ask your newsdealer for this superb Montioello-Bottl'.ng! works. I I Brazil through Its more; 'than. sixty Genoa.Elvira,. Fort ship. Rodriques, 1448, !.

: !magazine.. If he does not handle it Georgia. years of stamp issuing hag managed to dei
Lisbon to order.
tend us his name and address withy ur Ma con-Buggy: factor:. I get along without using watermarked I Insurance* Knowles Bros. Gen'l! Agts the

t f name and address and lOCo for sample Duncan Indian Concrete Territory.block i I'I paper but very recently- values of t MOBILE ALABAMA.MARKETS. i- aanu., I Fire Life. Pensacola Wlne,

copy. Regular price 25c. Mention faltory. the current set appeared on paper containing ----..:....I Adele, Swed bk, Janse 596, Havana
fl this paper Kentucky. ';' the letters ,""Eatados U.nldOl'Brazil Due Cuiginl. Ital bk. 011 van, 125S :
8 it; Burr Publishing Company Hickman-Ice factory. ." Genoa to order. ::- tie
4 West 22d Street New York City Barbourville, -Land and mineral: Clamps Bjnelia, Ital bk. 864, Havana BO K3mramv8XttX3\B\8\ \tt\uttnjtt; 8Kauv\s\ lat
ctmpanr. The coming great London philatelic j r 'PENSAOOLA. /
; Louinitle-Bulhling $HO : exhibition at Horticultural bali West- The
-- company;
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i -- --I i Gudny Nor 'bk Saanum, 821, Ham ?
?ali 000 land tompanv i tI minster, will be.. well housed. The- Pensacola, Cotton Market. J burg to master.PedroLaeVe.. Iron Works Supply Co. j for
HICKS' I Mt. Sterling-$25,000;; lumber and' I and, 7 thaPM
com building is 75 by 140 feet, Is provided C. Gunt Elraora.; F. O. B. cottonBroker I Span. bk. :Maristang, *
CAPUDINE ;; pany. J with a domed roof of glass assuring : ; gives the following quotations 509, Savannah Rix: M. Robinson. Manufacturers and Repairers of, 2 ,
XMtOIATtLY CtUHEADACHES : Louisiana. the T'erybest of light: The committee for }February 22:- Proridenza, Ital bk, Ol eee. 11S5 MACHINERY T.
AND BOILERS
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New Orleans-$10,000 bottling, In charge is endeavoring to secure Good Middling.. .. ':. .. .. ..lOVi" Starthem, Br bk.13. : It land, 1272.:! H reski
works! ; $250,000;; development! com j ji some well known American" philatelist Strict.tlddliD!{ ..' .. .. .. .. ..10U. Antwerp. FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES ,

Breaks up COLDS i pan; $100,000' implement. company IN' 6 TO 12 MOlft.9Trul : ?oOt,000 land companj. $10OlK> land : Strict Low :\U d dUng... .. .. .. .3 j.iliddang. Umberto I., Ital bk; Olivarl, 766, Prompt attention given to-all orders day or sight. Agent 2 -I
Boulc lOc. AI company $100,000 lumber company; One Exception.: I Low .. ..- -'.. .. .. ... 9'/4 I Genoa\ to Rosasco Bros. : for James McIO &: CO.'B ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs alto 2 ot1.
:,'M\IO\) gas compaQ; $10,000 ice Chains of all descriptions.Office .
__ Stains and tinge to 1 lower ... '
Suffrage Leader-You don't seem the }Ji cent Schoorters.floratlo -
factor .
} ; $30,000 importing Phon 123. !
< .1 company; PHil. WIT MAN, Mgr. :
least worried about the tact that women I.. Residence P'' ., It'
iiou.uwv Baker. Am sch "
1 I 1 iransporiauon fompanj- Mohr one 1Q2! P. O. Box 123.
All Closed.
() oil .are crowding out ,men in every Exchanges: onrn .
company. 720, Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. : '"' "-
I I Alexandria-Susar; rsflnery.!" I'I'lan..fteldJ5.lOO profession. I Ve 4erday being a legal holiday no Barkentines. a!

I 1 Clinton-$40.000 brick works. Sandy Pikes-No, mum. Dey'll never market quotations were receded, all Beatrice- Am- DKin.\ uasaveggio, H30 ............. .. AI
; exchanges being otIose 4 ... .....+..............+ ...++ *.
Monroe-$250,000; lumber company; crowd men ont In de tramp profession, ;! Rotterdam to. Pen acoJa: Lumber Co. I. aid
5 1"0.uoo; u"'veiopmont rompanj I Columbus Caroline Koch, Dan bktn Holm, -
mum.- ((0) Dispatch: '
I \ 'Iiitecsxtle-! $100,000 Cooperage To feel l strong 1i'?';tie :good' appetite Fort de'France to McKenzie' Oerting I d.

'I liompanj-. Mississippi.- TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATIONFOR and mea digestion. use-,Burdock sleep soundly Blood: and Bitters enjoy ,* & 'Co. i AUSLEY I .f; COMPANY i I t'nl

I nwooll-'IO.HO laundry $25,000: CREW NOTICED [
the great system tonic and builder her!
machine. and supply company. SAL.K:-:-Two sewing machines,I .. Neither the 'captain owner : '
terid1an$2OOO'woollenware; fac- good as new cheap. Apply"to N C. or consignees of the I COMMISSION BROKERS { fuihe
i tcry: planing mill.1Iatt1eburgl YOUNG JUROR'S' WORK. I& ,
I McMillan, at J. I. St -phen's old stand British Hark Stratlwrn will'
!' 50,000 light and feb23 I tie responsible!'! for debts i. .WEST' rer
: power. company; $30,000 lumbr com MU1 O a1I'.'. Son .Taaght :Out Jarr contracted *by the crew of 'II INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. I Lay
panyVlcksburg -- ----- -- -- man..to Read Other. Wrestling, said vessel. .
-$I 0,000 land (compiny: ; WilliamN.: : Frew,,.JJ".sonot the millionaire ; A. W. FLEMING. -

; liany.Jacki.on$0.000$;;O.OOO. laundry, builders' supply com Electrical Displays For i ::lavyert:'&iv\: 'pro! ge'of'Andrew. Master. I Private-Wires N. Y.. N. 0,, and Chicago. li j h1tallhe.

1v : Mardi Gras.Let CatcgIit'cnt1yat as a Juror.In the W. -TAYLOR. & CO..
Missouri.compress. case pf Xornian H. Geyser, charged Consi e's. .
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l.rmiR-Im'estmf'nt with- the murder of Mrs.. Martha-Kirk COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS i
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company; tot s
us in electrical CREW
your display NOTICE.
$60.0oO lumber and coal Patrick, says a Plttsburg special dispatch .
company. for the Carnival. We can do it better to the Cincinnati Neither the captain owner tipi
$30.000 chemical works $10,000 lumber cheaper and quicker than any I Enquirer. or consigneers of the ti Bought and 'Sold on Margin or for Investment. t
company: $10.000 machine works. ) other firm. Young Frew, who IB just out Of college a H
Nothing too lane' Dutch -
$2:>.000 land companY'; cons!ruction or too serredfor_ the first time as a juryman. steamship Slieiecht,, ard
I small for us. Ring phone 570 or 671 will he responsible for debts .
CHASBLUM&CO company$50,000 land; $50,000 company building; $50000 company developmcnt *. and our representative will, call on The first case that he was accepted for contracted by the crew: of | Reference: 'First National, and Peoples Baaks. Phone 1173 il'nl EOd
was the murder which to
cornptnj: ; $18ooO land (:'o'mpal1jty'alufaC'turin 3-oil. t be the longest of case any ever tried proved in the : said vessel. I'I...................................................... eec
517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST.. t company..Rushville.L000 : i Ieleven I L VISSOU. I -, --.. -. -_, _ *h<
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. milling company.Kansas ,; Pensacola Electrical I Co. Pittsburg court. The jury was" out Master., .' ..................... .....+....... NiDtX
I Citj'-$20.000 gas and l light! days. W I* W1TT1CH & CO.. I 11. .i
'j ,, -,----- company: ; $50,000 manufacturing 205 S. 1 ,The first night young Frew discover. Consignees. M
Baylen.

- t:_ t !I'--' ________________ !;i pany.('ompln$100,000: hardware ("om-I' -- -r--- farmer ed that from one Snowden of his fellow township.jurors
-t.- ,1 Carterville-Concentrating plant. J- I I neither rend nor write., lie set'about A' :GOOD CARRIAGE. i. ; .
lllann'jual\ $15,00: ;) development, : the' task of teaching the farmer his AprHet

To the Men ,, companj- I j I letters and when the trial wa over When you want" a 'good; carriage,
: Clinton--$30,000 electric light plant i was gratified to find that the man prompt service and safe anl careful
$70,000 water works. SEEDS J could write his own and other people'snames treatment{ remember the originalHACKMAN'S "
tt"ndota-Conl .
Who Are I company.JoplunPowder !I and could make a fair stagger EXCHANGE. nl
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1 company pump; | at reading. : *
"factorj' $100,000 development com-. .PHONE 185. ". Make: your. place x>f business blaze with liprht.: L'ga '85
pao,'. $50,000 min'hg companj- The night school J business! weut all It 'founded : jcets"; the ,crowd, the crowd has dollars ha'' etc;
f WHICH[ I right for was in 1892 and it has a: to spend you 4
{ : Hard to Please North Carolina.! a ,short time, but then the Juror reputation' for polite and careful drivcrs -;|, .' the goods to sell. Better let us put in a bis gas are *
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began to suffer from lack of exer Hoc
Lincolnton -
; -$25,000: manufacturing, and the. best informed cabmen in : :l mp- Itwill prove a fine Investment.
companji -, 'II I cise. Young FJrew w a"fine athlete and | 4
j l tbe-- city. Following are the members! -
i Grefnsboro-$2 mantel faeI -_ knows more about boxing and J pa- ,ant!) their !hack numbers: : ., : on
-,. ;' in Suits Hats Shoes ani 'I! tory. i I nose wrestling than 'many profession'fals. $t A. M.: Soloman, No. 1; A. J. Leggett,I 97

_ _jd t Furnishings we extend a 1)allas-$135,000 cotton mill. SUCCEEDi So a wrestling mat was made oC t M No. 5; J. Stallworth No. 7; J. E.Mor.!' fain
'i t cordial imitation to call H'sh Point-$100,000 land coni. several mattresses. be. jurors all ( \ri f8. No. 8; S. Sunday JrNa 11; C.I i Pensacola Gas Company < -btjIi

: and see our stock. We pany, furniture factory. i know more about basing and wrestling : J H. Taylor No. 120.- AbdeIcoth No.! .
L can please the most sxacting. : : I Stout-$50,000 brick works. I today than they did before. Youngi I 5; K.., J. Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear-J .
.4 Our prices = AVaxhaw- mill. : You Buy, Phone.:148. 24.and 27 E. Garden Street. his'nrc
are f o -Cotton< Frew also introduced foot racing I old, ,No 21; S. Bibbs. No. 26; M. Peterson -! :' :

f'- *, ; low ever>they'bodywhile they will peasc! our i! State-svlJ1e-$20OOO Asbeville-Cold storage lumber plant.mill. Get the Best. I' around the, room' and other physical I 1_t All ,the No.above 30; A.are J. Braswell nice closed, No. 77; j I :.................................................... ,
a culture diversions'nntil the : car-)
values Veneer It's the in fcnd. men got'all j -- .
are correspondingly Stanley- factor Cheapest the t riages. -- - -- 901eero
'24 hsh. King Pris- Elizaebeth Citj--$30.000 hosiery, the exercise they needed and bad apoe- ,
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Signed STALL.WORTH. Pres. .
tltes whicb, cost the $580 for 'B. L.
L cus thinks so, too. mill. meals. county By C. H. TAYLOR Sec. and Tres. HALL & CO.

? L 1 I Dav-er--TelE'phone s 'stem.I . WILL! ,
-. SELL, FOR SIXTY 'DAYS
In ---- .
Aurora-$10,000$ hardware I exchange for all this young Frew -
. I : com
Suits .$7.50 to $15.00 '
Hat up to . .$350 pany. iandreth'sNew was amply repaid by at least one o( the NOT IN THE TRUST! ._, FOUR FULL QUARTS
Maxion-Laundry. i jurors. who barber. Frew' When want a first class ,
Shoes. was a couldnot' you rubber- "
$300 and $3.50 ...OF'._.
Raleigh$:? .OOO lumber I shave and the :' carriage, ring us Our
DanJy Shirts 50, 75c: antI ?l i company. himself barber'r I up. carrlaies' '
Tics. .. ..:0. 25 and 50 cen sWE'LL Oklahoma. : Juror consented to" |*rform | are all new and first class in THE CROWN : 'BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKEY-
j El Rt'no-S5 .OOO, :telephone como;'I j r each morning before breakfast. Dur-:. t :j every' respect} ; our drivers are careful r'

.' BE GLAD TO i I j I pany.BUckw ell-$10,000 construction:, I Crop- 'Ling, ; the .eleven days! ronflnement JIQ! ;telephone and polite.614.'GOLDSTUCKER. Hackmen's Exchange : FOR: $3.50. POt ur
also gave young Frew. as well as several -,
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. t company BRO Props, Other brands at' rock-bottom You youi
: HAVE YOU CALL j I others an up to date haircut. prices. get
. I t Cord Gushing> --$10,000 Telephone% cotton system.gin. ('! i The Jurymen declare Jhat they never W. B. F. Turner Mgr. goods the same day rder is received. Give us a trial 'ph
AND Just .
SEE US. r Received. had a finer than the million.sire's Rd
companion order. B. HaLEWIS .
- Hominy-$ 0,000 Jumber companj- j i L HALL & CO., Quincy, fr,,

e j i. \rapaho-Land company, i '1 son. ,youflgyiw; who- is a serl- __ h ___-__ __ _
!: Oklahoma City-$25.000 motor road, 'ous fort of chap, says that be was very y !
1 I company, Jio.OOO pIping mi'L! !i I much interested in the work, ort

i! Shaw-nee! -$200,000:! 4.power company.,' I Under the flee'olIts.
'
Noble Again

\ H. O. ANSON ;, Woodward: -Telephone-Lumber Tennessee company.companj' j i 1 W. A. D'Alemberte, Miss.,Ann She Thronet'was Badr -1ii. shocked to J4GSNILnllatlIM HOUSE' Management *

Chattanooga-$ >.OyO bottling works.'I Druggist and 'Apothecary, I bear you were married I wouldn't Mrs. Helen LewisNew'RePainted a*'

.. CASH CLOTHIER, j I i $5,000 construction company, $::..0001 marry-1hf' best man on earth. 'J 4.or"T
j! lumber conn anj-T $100.009 construej -' Telephone sos; f Mrs. l'ewbrldE"-lIub: He never gave Re-Papered and Thoroughly. Renovated

t J: Corner Palafox and Main. j tion company $1,500,000cotton. mill. i you a chan<'e. lie assure me I was the '
I )remphls-$100,000, .land and eon.1 121$ South Pafaf Street. I only girl he ever proved to.-Detrolt Especially Convenient for Transient Trade.

. ars 1 I struction company, _tobAcco factory J FrM.ti -l. Ml1i LLKWIL Nuu.1u. OPPOSITE '.U_ jO"NJ )DE OT. ,PENSACOLA', fLORIDA

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