The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 27, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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THE WEATHER: Fair and colder Tuesday; Wednesday'fair; brisk to high: northwest to north winds. -

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Tremendous Crowd Enthusiastically Carnival Qtteen of 1906 CELEBRATION OF MARDI Enthusiasm Will Grow- as I Day r;;

Greets Monarch of
Merriment. GRAS IN OTHER CITIESSILVER Proceeds and Gram) FinaleS

1\ Draws Near..
Hepburn Measure Reported to that


Royal Consort. Body by Senator Till. \ : MOBILE YETERDAY. Kings Identity a Subject of General -


.> man. Discussion and Speculation. |
By' Associated Press. The largest crowd In the historyof

3REETED BY PRISCUS WHEN HIS New Orleans Feb. 26.-The celebration the the carnival is in the city.


CUSTOM HOUSE BAL c with the formal entry of Rex. Tonight IN CITY OF MOBILE FREE REIN TO SPIRIT! OF OCCA. r

.' _____ t' road Monopolies, Passed.AND Proteus, In celebration of his silver] PAOEANTJ .
CONY-MAGNIFICENT PARADE 1! jubilee, making twenty-five consecutive Mobile Fdb. :26.! The carnival open- STREET: f

: r parades, appeared in an exceptionally ed today with the' arrival of King ,MOVES-PUBLIC EXPECTED TQt'
JN HONOR OF THE KING"--AN INSPIRING QUESTION: IS ,NOW UP TO brilliant pageantThis Felix III, which was followed by a

SIGHT. .. & tc f year the title for the pageantwas civic parade. in which marines of the PARTICIPATE m CORONATION -.... -,
: THE PRESIDENT-LAFOLLETTE "Insplrat'on'! of Proteus. Twenty war! vessels in port took part. Seven V
;\ 1s floats, strikingly handsome depleted floats representing "Flight of the BALL.
; 4 ac % INTRODUCED BILL TO COMPEL the brilliant and
SI scenes tableaux. Hours" were in: the parade tonrght.

Amid the blare of trumpets the : POLITICAL PARTIES, ', TO AC-
i vu> oi steam whistles, the ringing .. I If Pensacola wax erwOefl *nd en..
or b-U.. and the great shouts of the k4Ircs:1 COUNT FOR' ALL, ,MONEYS EX- thuslaatlo
.-, National Conference to yesterday it wd to doubly*
multitude! assembled to greet him. His ,
PENDED IN ELECTIONS. 80. to-day.: The Merry. Revels at
!aestIriseus, Rex, made ala6vptth

annual entry into the DeepWater J __ i Settle Mining Troubles King Prisevs and Ms Joy i snVecta

City yesterday at high noon will go on, Increasing m intensity; ua-,

an- received from the Lord High By Associated Press. til the grant street pageant and thi
\!.../or the gr.eat key to the municipaat Washington, Feb. 26.. The Hep '
*. burn' railroad rate ,bill was reportedto I By Associated Press call.'a' e.ti contention of the United coronation ball tonight mark the end

.\, tremendous crowd was waiting -t the senate today bySenator Tiilman. -j New York. Fet>.. 2$.-+:John Mitchell, Mine Workers, America for March of the Mardi Graa celebration of 19W.'

zvn Palafox wharf to see and greet .. .. ......'. -ts. .,fThe 'large crowds assembled m president of the United MIne Works 15. This convention was decided upon To-day' Program.
said Mr. Mitchell after the receiptof
tie wal personage whose advent iaisnnaJIv 4 the galleries anticipated a field day 0: America,'after a conference to-night .a letter' from 'President Roosevelt The program for today's ftBtint1esJ
: hailed with so much plaasure of debate, but were disap 'nted. :
'* ; I of the operators! ,ania' miners, relative deploring the failure of tha recent convention will be as follows; 1
Pensacola subjects, and it was R : 't ,, Therewas little Interest in the proceedings -''to trouble In the mining regions, an'nounced -I and tirging a further conference Band concert In Plaaa 10 a. ra.
-th:! difficulty that the royal guard regarding the bilL A. brief
0 that it had .been decided to to try to decide on'peace terms. The day will be. given over to mer '
W4? abie to clear a passage way forKing -.j' statement from Mr. Tillman with nee- j
ry-maklng and all sports in keeping
:fo : as he stepped from his essary arrangements for printing the I,with
-Lt i the spirit of the occasion.
t:1: !I' bedecked yacht and was escort- report of. the hearings before the committee Tie pagea.nt of fifteen
ft(! 10 lie gilded chariot In waiting 't.'t1 and the prorn'se that formal'Bill to Reduce SouthernRepresentation floats will form promptly at magaOcentt-7 p. m. aw:;

t 101< mm I report would be made later was- followed 3arnh-al heado/oarters/ corner CJoylaf

The Multitude Greets Him. by a few remarks from Mr. Aid-I in House and Garden street and will take the-
4q Prisms appeared a great shout rich showing the position of the republicans following rout*:

Etook th > reverbrant atmosphere and I MISS DAISYE HYER. wio opposed) the bill as reported On Garden fast l' fascaught: up and carrier along. Mr. indicating that Spring to. CSiaae
.he whote multitude: When the Identity of the queen was 'Miss Dixie Bass wore a calling cos- Aldrjch By Associated Press. bill makes the reduction as follows: east on. Chase to
surging there would be; no side of
east Palafox. north
fi m Palafox wharf to Wright street revealed in the person of Miss Dais>e tume of silk in Verts the new green but that the bill would unnecessary be discussed in: Washington.. Feb. 26. Representative Alabama from 9 to 5; Arkansas, 7 to 2; to Gregory, eaat on Palafox
: Gregory to
wsoed; anJ re-echoed the tumultuous Hyer those who witnessed her greeting I with white silk and lace bodice just accordance with Its importance.The Keier. of Ohio. introduced in the Florida .3 to 2; Georgia, 11 to 6; north on Tarragona on to, Tarragona -
applause% of those: whose immediate showing under the coat. I house today a b'H: to reduce the number Louisiana., 7 to 3; Mississippi(, 8 to 3; ,
to His :: Gillesie-Tillman resolution callIng west on Wright to -west aide of Pala
Majesty, the King were -
pnxunit* to the King enabled them toW Miss Marion Suter also wore a call- of representatives in the house from North Carolina, 10 to 6; South Carolina '
for an Investigation by' the interstate fox, south on Palafox; to Cedar easton
p !Msnfrance to the city.: I quick to express their approval! by I ing costum.3 but of white ettamine! commerce commission, of alleged the southern states' because of the disfranchisement 7 to :3; Tennessesee 10 to 8; Texas Cedar to Jeftereon! north_on Jefferson

Trlumhal; Procession Moves.- I prolonged applause. Sh- ? occupied a ''I the ... jacket. elaborately embroideredand railroad monopolies was : Biased by of the negro voters. The 16 to 12; Virginia 10 to 8. to Government west on Government

; t l tnt with' lace: Her hat and the senate'and is now vp-TA. 'the president to (Palatal north on Palafox. to
.t3J'le11 moving directly! north on the government building and HerMajestyWas accessaries' wero, of pop-py red. I Chase west on Chase to Spring south

'1-<*latex and not halting until thern'al '' easily the most beautiful .Miss Turner wore a coat suit of I Commissioner farfield on Spring to. Gardtea, 'WE'* on' Garden

} niip-page was opposite the gov-,, lady in the company which was white chiffon broadcloth with white ALL POLITICAL PARTIES to the sheds. ,
wnmeni ol1ldng; : from whose richly': gathered there.: She was a picture in hat. MAY HAVE TO ACCOUNT The graau' pageant -will be led by a
:eorait' balcony Priscus was gr.9et-'[ white silk strew a with rosebuds and Miss Whiting wore an afternoon On Stand in Packers CaseBy platoon of mounted: polic. & hand and

!jl\(j t tjr b> hiS Royal consort, the Queen.handsomely trimmed with rtJ Irish suit of blue silk and a white hat. Washington. Feb., 26.-Senator La- twenty Knights and then will follow

h ee idmtitt was then repealed inp'r.u point, and she wore a fetching hat of Miss Quina wore an afternoon gownof follette, of Wisconsin introduced the Royal Ploat....of King Priacus with '
Il!., of *IUs Daisye Hyer. The white lace over chiffon an-a trimmed blue crepe de chine and also wore a sweeping bill today requiring the committees a- Associated Press. stand that he turned over to the Department fourteen others and two or mowbands

KID;:: 'eiuincd har greeting with a with exquisite Ia France roses. large whit. hat. of all polit'cal parties in national Chicoga: Feb. Commissioner I of Justice seven hundred of music.
> The Queen's Maids! names of witnesses at the direction of As the pageant moves over the
h Miss
p au oo" and then turnea': toward. Willis wore an Eton calling and congressional elections to Garfield occupied the' stand all day in
account -
fry: Ro ,al Pavilion! where he was pre-'i The- querns maids wer.,, gowned as suit of blue bengaline. with black el i for all the president. He said none of the .course indicated the people are notified -
follows: moneys expended in election the packers case and the cross examination information given to the De-partmeni that there will be no oo>ecton! to
1iC\t4! >d i wiih the Key or the City by bow gloves and large black hat. i <, providing! for the filing of statements
i:, High fJOrd Mayor Chas. II. Bliss I was finished just before ad I of Justice was received from the packers. their expreBsin their approval by
of receio's and disbursementsof
wan ad 5< rps"> the political! committees with the
will be to nathusiaeni
one Inspire
Mayor Bliss Delivers the Keys. | NOT ALLOWED TO Secretary of Commerce and Labor and King Prisons commands his subjects

lo, i UraHous Kins. I am supremeirllKhted -;,ENGLISH F FAMILYKILLED and to proniblt corporations from directly to give full wait to the.spirit ort
:' t to have the exalted privi- or indirectly contributingmoney ; DEADlOCI AT the occasion..
f'S'; of ('IIndlng to you the loyal BUSINESS to any political committee( or I lARGE CROWDS
The Coronation Ball.
'front of \our admiring subjects In] to any candidate for political: office. ALGECIRASBy
tour Kmgdorn-!>y-the.sea on this your -- Immediately: following the parad.
usual visit from the Realm of BYCHINESE FAVORABLE REPORT ON the unmasking of King Priscus and
)!,.!rtPI ,-. By Associated Press. I the Grand Coronation Ban will occur.at ,
Austin Texas. Feb. 26.-Tin ;State;; -COTTON LEAK" BILL Associated Press.Algeclras .
sour auspicious ad>\ nt finds your By VISIT THE the opera hOW>a. The King will4
yvplv; prob-pMTMis and happy. The Supreme Court to-day decided that Feb. 26.-The deadlock probably not be unmasked before 9:2G'oclocL : /
lust! hum of railroad companies may not make Washington FeI'o.TIte:! Judiciary f among the delegates to the Moroccan
Industry has been heard
'03" ever hand : contracts with express: companies to, Committee of the Senate today authorized conference continues without any appreciable President alker Ingraham. of the
) magnificent
many pub-
Si1 imppovfm*> the exclusion of other express com a favorable report on the so-II change. The impression Carnival Association reqnests those
palatial ni hom.js arc now begun, numerous panies. The! decision: was in the cas" called "Cotton Leak" bill, which pr>, among the representatives of the 'Who attend1 the coronation to come in

instructed -bnp th... are now being of the State against the Missouri vidc3 heavy penalties! by fine or imprisonment !I!powers is that something is likely to CITY evening dress, and participate in

,!aepclal] palaces are imposing toward com- Kansas and Texas Railroaa'' and the for all officials and employees -!I happen at th9 last moment which will th.e dancing after the queen has been

tio. sky. But reaching American Express Co., by which all of the government" giving out I bring about a settlement through the crowned and the King unmasked.Who .

':?M cf btu.v notwithstanding prosperity your all loyalrabjwu. this American Mission at Nanchang I existing:: contracts between the two information affectin'g 'cctton or other pressure of' outside powers on Berlin Is King?
companies were abrogated and products.
a grown and Paris.
OUr coming' hUE an-tf not have ben looked unmindful forward of Reported to Hava Been Destroyed I hsavy sum Inflicted In penalties. Trains Arriving Come in Two Sec: A great deal speculation has been.
in HOUSE TAKES ACTION ON prevalent as to the identity of thIS

*n"road\uour! anticipation of this very hour Natives. I (Postmasters Nominatd.Wa. DEATH (M D. B. HENDERSON action of sooie business resolutionsof tions and Are Filled to Their King and probably four- out of aver/
Que.-n. the lovof !!-
?*' .I u hintc i, Feb.: 26.-The president : regret and esteem were adoptedand :nib: people are sure that they know. ,
'l\1Tn._ ;no balronv women of. should salute you I ---- I to-day sent to tha senate the Washington ,F.?b. 2S.-The death: of! adjournment taken as a further Probably they do. but it is Just possIble
110n buiWmj Look the Administra- By Associated Press I nominations of EL F. B'.odgett! to sue-! forker sneaker of the House. David B.j I mark of respectA Capacity.Every that they do DOt and it Is altogether -
at the and
'brobhing sea of lif- tense Washington, Feb. 26.-Consul General -I reed1 himself as postmaster at Atlanta: '! Henderson was the subject of apnro-i' bill was passed incorporatingthe : likely that a general surprls

qn1\) rp \'Ou soo> the that noble surround nvn Rodgers, at Shan hai, cabled I W. J. Lewis; ws also nominated for; priate acton: in the House of Representatives National Society of Sons of the train arriving in the Vlty yes will be in store: for teem when thai\

and (Ji'autlful'womt'n who have made the stats department early to-day that I postmaistsr; at Dawson. i> today when, after th trans- American Revolution. terday was crowded with passengers royal guest in unmasked and his loea-i
lily I fa revealed.In .
rarrfui preparation for the American missions at Nanchan who came to Peosacola to witness the
ment and the lovely your children who and Kienz had been destroyed the, Mardi Gras celebration and the train I any event, Priscus VII la one oC
nav. statln that the fourttcTj -= -- hard day's work In the handsomest and most popular g'n-
lour be-m counting the weeks cablegram ; men were'given a
tlemen who has ever worn the purple
led dais American missionaries at thcvse places number of -
tni this dream of joy should handling the immense people -
robes and wielded the golden sceptreIn
tit' re.auze.jMost : escaped. but that it .was reported that bound for this city.
this old Kingdom by the Sea an.l
ExaltPd Ruler of the the Kingham family, English subjects While the heavy travel began several -
revealed it is safe
when be is to say'that
Ram! I now driver to ,yon this key two adults and two .chilcten. had( days ago it was not until yester- there will be unanimous approvalof
tr 114' Oit '-b-th..S'a amt bidou been kills'. Later in fits day consul day that the cars began to be crowded -
the choice: of the committee which .
throw epa the Oate, or joy au.;}, the Rodgers cabled the departmentthat although extra coaches were attached selected him.
'Ponai' or PI-aure and to remove all reports of the trouble were conflicting :' to all trains. ,Most of the travel

T(1IIriMiol1l of formality that gaiety} It w.re.po.rt.e:1: : to have originated -' was from the north, contrary expectations -

Sat, happiness and good-fellowship in a dispute between Freach1Jesuits but it is expected that A COMMON LAWMARRIAGE
tla' "f'I and Chinese officials and the
KT? supreme this morning the train from Florala
-A1ltg lip th<> King* report stated that six Jesuits and two will bring in an immense throng.
the Kingham family were ... -- i I I I 1 LEGALBy
4g I Ive the ( teen! members of ---- I' Train No. 1, arriving yesterday afternoon -
\, *h > killed. A later report said the Amer-, ir '
manor's eloquent address was had ben I I ri was 'run In two sections and
rf.ruded. another shout went and lean missionary building every coach was crowded to its capa-

rnl'm' monarch and his triumphal up, saved arai'that order all restored is quiet at Mr.Shang Rodgers fm: j IHif l1 1 1r'L:1 city. The first section arrived almoston Associated Press.
A\ston reyimed the northward R- t I time' and following shortly after"
ta"'h baL II I ::== wards came the second second, both Ixradon. Feb. 26.-The Divorce court
An I =:=z==z $, FT _f \ carrying. an unusual number of I to-day held that a marriage "by habit

''. Inspiring Sight. and repute." contracted at St. Paul.
long column presented an in- RAWLINGS CASES | coaches. church civil
:ruight.. In While the travel over the P. & A.,I Minn., without either or
front rode Grand must be considered legal in
-::" it has not been as ceremony
!"aj W, S. has been heavy
h Garfield and over COURT1' Sunday England. The question arose regarding j4
SUPREME though
great expected.
.: mounted aides each wearing a IN as of visitors werdl the legitimacy of the son of Alfred
: number
-m nfeht' large
$0-, Tt sash and their prancing ,and Ida Newman who lived as man
It Is estimated'that
brought td the
?, t-nt perfect time to the music By Assoclatsd: Press. and wife at St. Paul from 1880 to 1890. '
11. since Sunday morning toe L. &
nands Washington Feb. ::6.The supreme When Newman who was a baronet'sson
'T1LI 1
*;:lItI followed the U. S. :Military Court of the United States today set X. has handled over seven hundred brought his wife to England the

Tom Fort Barrancas and four argument in the cass of J. G.. Millen. passengers. family Insisted on the necessity of a

.:>)unans, of Uncle Sam's uniformed j I Leonard and Jesse Rawlings against F \ #% -. __s.-__ ,. Today will witness the heaviest church weeding! mhich was performedin
c; [, This
pnt,8e! were followed by two I I' State of Georgia for April 2 ana traffic, however. morning train 1894. the couple being respectively
the ,
3:1311;: of No. 3, which arrives at 5 a. m. from
Bluejackets U.
5 from the them leave to plead as r "- described as bachelor and Kpinister.
\ s '.iJa now in Pensacola hark -I granted the north will be run in two sections I This led to a question of the legitImacy -

I\:.r 4nLl a, the Jaokies with their easy i j jn I! pers.Three cf them Tire under death cn- and the 9 o'clock train may be composed of the son and his right to the
'us=: march Inthrough the! sentence to of two. although this is not pos 'property of his parents.
r.,T"U'> ->f peopl? which lined the|j! tences and on" is under the ch rse oi itive. A big crowd is expected to .
'1H were the recipients of j life imprisonment on" last board No.. 1 this afternoon and reach
Tsnd: 4ft.' murdering the Carter children to witness Nomination Confirmed.
M round cf applause tne the city in time mystic -
Th4! :-ord High Major atM Privy year, in an attempt to assassinate j parade, and It is the general OpinIon Washington, Feb. 2&. The Senate ,

tszn(" followed( in carriages thn entire Carter family *r-.' I that one of the largest ifardi Gras today today confirmed the nomination :
The case was brought to the te-t ___ ..L of South Carolina
---- crowds, to come to Pensacola will 'be of John M. Colt ai t
al Supreme Court on the grounds ati( TUB KOVAL. here from outorpoIDts.. examiner the pateat office.
ICoutinued on Page Five) the trial In the state ,court was .. -


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r--- i THE OCEAN AND Dirts!from Saves PrsvsntsAdulterattoi Oul Dialers'Distillery Proms) to,YOU SOCIAL NES I THE IDEALWIFE

; ii : "" 1> "" _. ,. .. ,'. -"'" HAYNERWHISKEY I Shapes the Destiny of MenThe Influence of 4

'IIIt's OKEECHOBEEJOINED THE WEEK AT Healthy Woman Cannot Be Overestimated.

this useless "bead" that ... Seven-eighths of the n n''o

. .. 1> men in this world manya _
makes a cigar cost 5 cents. '
you woman because she is -y

It takes considerable cleverness and time QUINCY beautiful in their eyes- -t J4

to form the "head" on a cigar. 4 FULL QUARTS $' .2O : because she has the qualities bti :

M"""" which inspire e4sniraI .
And that's why one cigar with the head on WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES tion, respect and love. .. : _

it costs you three times as much as an Old Tides in Lake Prove the Existence We win send rov. In a !'II5ed There is a beauty ,in tlI_
. Cheroot cau,WltllIO muks to dww\ eonterti, Several Delightful Functions in health which is more attractive -
of Subterranean ( PRIVATE STOCK RYE for to men than mere .
$3.20. and w* wilt pay the .xFus that Town' During the regularity of feature. ";:-4 -*

Channels. Charges. Try tt,have,DOt doctor test The influence of women -
OLD VIRGINIACHEROOTS it test it any way you like. If you Past Week. glorious in the possession j joperfectphysiealhealth
dont find It* rigid and ttw pant _
and best vMtkey you ewer 72
and the
tasted ship! :t tack to M at upon men upon
(ORLANDO REAL ESTATE MAN ON oar expense and your S3.20 civilization of the world .J e#

will to promptly! refunded. I Special to The Journal. could never be measured. -- .7
GOVERNOR'S DRAINAGE PROJECT Quincy, Feb. 26.-Miss Ethel Hain.es Because of them men have -
At our dIstiHtrr,ooe of i.- .
-CLAIMS DRAINAGE WILL BE the largest and best and Miss Ruby Moore gave a very in: attained the very heights
Package of 3 for 5 cants nlppe4 la the world we PWATS formal little dance at the home of the of ambition; because of

DISA6TROU6 TO LAND 4N EVERGLADES OUUU aa average of 9.580! litter's Mrs. Frank Sharon the them even thrones have _

i (A cheroot a cigar made without the head) gallons of PURE WHISKEY ________ sister been established and destroyed. -
: DISTRICT. a day. When you _ inst. The guests were -
buy HAYNER WHIS.KEYltlfOCs'dlredto Mrs. G. Massey, Miss Marcia May What a disappointment -
1 m ; If you want a cigar that's all cigar-no you ana Miss Underhill Miss McRae. Miss: then to see the fairyoungwife'sbeautyfadlngaway

useless "head" to pay for and then clip off and That the drainage of the Evergladesand from aaaw1n our you dlstmery.of perfect thus b1 N Holcomb, Miss LUa.McFarlin/ .

I, throw away-made from five different evenly the lowering of Lalia Okeechobeeis parity and biff saying wo5ts.HAYagR you thedealers' Messrs. EL C. Love, Lord Rabe Love, her before head a year I A sickly passes, half-over ;: ,,

impossible, because the lake is connected Curtis Belabour Corry aod' Thomas .
vi blended grades of fine domestic tobacco, and WHISKEY Is prescribed dead-and-alive woman, : ,
with the ocean by subterranean by doctors and Mr. and 'Mrs. P. M. Arguiaibau' left especially when she is (-
;j made in the cleanest cigar-factory in the channels, and that even if accomplished used in hospitals and by half a million satisfied last to visit the mother of a family, 'it- ,
world-all have do is the results would be disastrous customers. That's why YOU should Wednesday expecting is to all ,-
4 you to to pass over a a damper Joyousness 5.
to the more valuable class of trylt. several places in South Florida before in the home, and a -_ _ ,_ _
$ nickel! and say "Old Virginia Cheroots"wherever lands affected, is the conclusion reached WRITS ova HBAXZ8T OmCI their return to New York. drag upon her husband. ; Af

W cigars are sold. -by Charles F. McQuaig! of Orlanda, THE HAYIER DISTILLING CO. The Empire Club has thrown open The costal wife's con- f JVLfl.Bessie Ainsley

says the Jacksonville TimesUnion.Mr. ATLANTA GA. DAYTON. 0. its doors to the members and their slant illness is a serious _.
Your -
'tr cents will three of the million
buy McQtiaig is a native of Alabama ST. LOUIS. HO. ST .PAUL. MINN. drain upon the funds of a
but since 1870 has lived in Olden for Aris..Cal Cot.,Idaho.510,5-. wives on Monday nights and this
: Old Virginia Cheroots smoked every day. N.Mel..Or,., U ah, *ah.. or Wyo HUM* T.ton household, and too often all the doctoring MLydia Pinkbajn Vegetable Comps
South Florida. He is engaged in therea4 th.b..U of 4 CAXT8forW."by EIPBKSa' PKK. privilege was taken advantage of on does no good. made me a well woman and I feel 11O pufol

; 4.. b, Sold' wherever they sell tobacco that estate connection business, and carried his work him in r sib,or xt IK,ACTS Tao-r.O tot.!*. I toy ESTABLISHID nUieaT IKITUA.Diarauar. 18IIIL3QS Monday of last week toy Mr. and Mrs. If a woman finds her energies are my that marvelous I am glad recovery.to write It and brouglt tell !?oi4.

1 r' n.AJB 1IUJUt through a greater part has of the drainage Capital $00,000.00 Paid hi F.U... A.L. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Burkhard. flagging, and that everything tires her, health, new life and Titality."
l I Mr. and Mrs., WIlliamson, Mrs. Oorry, dark shadows appear under her eyes, What Lydia E. Pinkham's \>getaVi
t..1I 4 district affected' by Governor Brcx-
her is disturbed horrible for Mrs. .
, ( sleep by Compound did Ainsley it 3 t::
,1 ard's scheme. Several times be has Miss McRae, Mrs, Burton of Madison,
I dreams; if she baa backache, headaches do for other woman who are in poor
4- ,made ftajxvdai trips in the cpmpany HICK5.CAPUDINE Miss Ftazier. Mr: and Mrs. M. H. Wilson bearing-down pains, nervous health and ailing.

r of engineers, through that section: of :Mr. Angus Hinson. and Mr. Rabe ness irregularities,or despondency,she Itabenefitabegln when itsusebepiia W.
--. -- i the country, end is considered! a witness IMMCOIATCtT CUKX3 Love. should take means to build her system It gives strength and vigor from tli

i \. almost competent to discuss the up at once by a tonic with specific start, and surely makes sick wotut
HEADACHESCOLDS Mrs. Delatour Mr. i Beefcman Dela-
conditions that about the ,
are set
; powers, such as Lydia E. Pinkham's well and robust. c::
draining of the Everglades. up tour, and Miss Holcombe of Brooklyn Vegetable Compound. Remember Lydia E. Pinkham's Yr? .

:i 1 With the exception of the data regarding _ IN 6 TO 13 nouns who have 'been the guests of Mr. and This great remedy for women has table Compound holds the record fur
** the subterranean channels Mrs. W. M. have in the the greatest number of actual cum
3 Tow k.or. do Cbrry returned home. done more way of restoring
c-- that connect Lake Okeechobee with woman's ills. This fact is attested
-- -- On Thurs4aY February 22nd, Mrs health to the women of America than
I ths oCean. the affidavit of Mr. McQuaig: all other medicines put together It is by the thousands of letters from gl'l1.6. .
r1T supports in detail those filed by Engineer Meade Love entertained >with a ver> the safeguard of woman's health.ful women which are on file in the

II Christopher 'Mali former Senator fire in delightful reception in honor of her Pinkham laboratory. tht
a time
I very dry and
BONWAYIJg I CENTURY I Following we publish, by request, a
I J. W. Whidden and Mr. S. R. BullockS burned up. guest, Mrs. Fraleigh of Madison, and letter from a wife. Women should rememfcf that acnr (
regarafc the disastrous young for all female diseases
especially as actually exists,
; I "The drainage of pine timber lands Mrs. George Massey, of Germantown J
result of carrying out of the Mrs. Bessie Ainsley,of 611 South 10th and that cure is Lydia E.I' lkbam'.
; la also extremely injurious to the tim Ohio, and Mrs. Christopher Prentisa. an
,present plan. ber and Street Tacoma. Wash., writes: Vegetable Compound. .
he baa )'C
seen large areas ofpine
The house 'WaS beautifully decorated If you have symptoms you dont
Tides I In Lake. woods In
sections of
the countryof Dear Mrs. Piniham
to The Journal. understand write to Mrs. Pinkham :
Special to The JournaL with red white and blue festoons and ,
: I In speaking of the facts which ar -which two-thirds of the pine timber child I
Ever since my was born have suffered Lynn. Mass.. for special advice. The
t 1j4 L.Don1fay. Feb.. 2 .-The Sessoms days Century.we are Feb.now enjoying 26. The makes beautiful ono gue for a. directcoiuiectiaa_ : between growing upon It was burned and de- flags while a number of pictures of .. I hope few women ever hare, with present Mrs. Pinkham is the diuphtrr'". T"tor

Co., are nearly ready to startup think spring has Lake Okeechobee and the ocean, Mr. stroyed. Washington occupied: promlent ])0$1- inftammatioD.fema1eweaknessbearing-doWD f"-1 aw 0 f Lydia a.. Pi n kh am, her BASIS- '
come. pains, backache and wretched headaches. It 1
f their mills. Owing to an overdightin 1 McQuaig says: Dangerous to Muck Lands. tions. In tha hall an artistic tent had affected ray stomach so that I could not en- tant before her decease and firjoy
Our little town nice-
is progressing .
shipping parts of mill "Th.& amant believes that the drain teen erected meals, and half time twenty-five years since her advice ku l.In.
: some the was ly. The county is having its houses "The drainage of muck: 1ann: ,"- continues surmounted by crossed my my. was spent
age of Lake Okeechobe and the Bver- bed. been freely given to sick women. ca
: pot skipped and there bas been some covered with shingles, shade trees glades can never be successfully accomplished Mr. McQuaig in the affidavit, flags in front of which was a huge da

'p j delay in getting the mill!! startd. have been set out on all the street for the reason-that, in his "unless the came are hnnrafiately pro camp kettle decorated with red cher. Lydia E Plnkham's Yejetable Compound Sscceeft: : Where Others Fan

I ji: ; The Bonifay bank is now doing a and work is rapidly progressing on .opinion, Lake Okeechobeo is connect tected by cultivation) is also danger ries from which a delicious punch was --- ---- --
the adtS.tton: to the mm.GeOl"ge' ou!. ag the-muck, being a peaty formation Ja
ed with the ocean bf subterranean aerved.Mrs.. Love
: good business.: They contemplate burns her guestsin
regularly and cannot be guru
building a large brick building in the Washington's; birthday was channels, and that this connection is put out unless by a regular fioo !. a. handsome gown of heavy white + I Iea'ctjss
. duly observed at this place, a party proved by the existence of a tide in "He has thousand silk and Irish lace. Mrs. Fraleigh wore WfuQ 3
seen of
. near being given .by :Mrs. John Mllren and Lake Okeechobee. fine muck: land' the snrfaca of which black crepe de chine :Mrs. Massey [_DeFUI\ll/\K\ / J

Many Improvements are being made an entertainment by the schooL In "lie bee frequently visited Lake was lowered two or three feet by rale'green embroider.ad' chiffon over ,-' er
; eeverai new novaea .are being built the latter the tra1n1n' of the children Okeechobee and 'particularly its north of fire, to.juany places the muck silk of the cama> shad, and Mrs. Pren- I th'Ml

: 1 and old ones are being repainted. ws indeed a. .credIt to the teachers. shores. and, he has observed the tide burning to tie; sand bottom. tics a. princess gown of white voile.
On last Wednesday nfgh4 one 'of running up into the cre k fifteen Among those present were :Mrs. G. M.UnderhlU. u1J
:Mr. J. W. Nelson Js giving his store
r 4t : Dr. O'Gwynn's horses ran away, and miles, ns far back at Pete ftobiason's "The same applies to the prairie Mrs. Corry, Mrs. C. S. Special to The Journal. ThAi' 1:5f

1 house a coat of paint which will add In crossing: the railroad was killed by near the old Tyler battle ground; and lands, the soil of which is very light Curtis Mis. J. I* McFarlin Mrs. J. E DsFunlak Springs Feb. 26.-Saturday \ c,1 ell
greatly to the of the busibesa that occasions when and 'poor. It requires water to keep 1 co
L I appearance the train. on several Davidson Mrs. R. L. 11 un roe. Mrs. was a great day in DeFunlak

.1 secilon of the town. Mr..
k Lewis is also giving the barber shop reception last Tuesday night, and 'although he has noticed this tide when there dries prarles and get ta of.very dry, the grass Mrs. Stain Mrs. Altschul Mrs. M. H. -brought loads of people to the town
up no value for
'J ; a general overhauling that will ado* to the rain
the attractiveness of the place and while, there was quite a crowd. AllcnjO'OO Disastrous To Cypress.. These conclusions based solely upon Phillips Mrs. Dckle, Mrs. Snyder, Mrs Btount, gave a splendid address on '- I- :
I Davis Mrs. Key Mrs. D. A. Shaw, Washington and Patriotism which _
r make it one of the most up to data themselves hugely. "Affiant further says," continues the facts that the affiant has himself observed I Mrs. Woodward; Mrs. Burkhard Mrs. was well received by the Chautauqua, tb
Rev Biokneli and Bishop Weed conducted affidavit of Mr. McQuaig." that the support the conclusions reached -
, :. chops along: the line. Trogden. Mrs. Frank Sharon. .Mrs. audience. Mr. Sullivan gave a lectureon fo:
Episcopal services here last lowering of the general water level of !by engineers working from cause to
John Mrs. A. S.
Mr. F. R. Harford who Is connected Burkhard. Munroe character building showing that
Sunday and Six were confirmed asmembers this section would affect different effect. :Mr. McQuaig. has lived In the
; fcrlth th Internal Revenue Service Mrs. CUrry 'Mrs. T. D. Ellis Mrs. we build! our characters, and that the hit
of that church. classes of land in different bene- lower part of the state for 35
ways, years "
Harry McFarlin, Misses Underbill
by bad a case before Commisiiioner Cox : expression of character grows In the
Mrs. Carnley, of the oldest fitting certain classes and injuring and his affidavit owing to his absolute thth
residents Halnes Woodward
: The business of the post office has May, Ide. Sylves- face. The Brutana boys teat the De
- i # S Increased to such an extent that It of Century has moved to Opp, others. familiarity with the section is of all fer. Moor,Malone, Quarterman Frazier. Funlak boys in a game of basket ball.
Ala. Mrs. Carnley will be consider. "The cypress timber is !seriously Injured the mor. value. be
Unes and
lockiboxes. Love Embry.
; became necesary to put In more The merry-go-round kept those who .
.e ably missed here, especially in the by drainage, as it exposes! tha fr
, Supporting Testimony. Miss Marcia 'May gave a very dainty delight to ride happy all day. _
churches as she has always been a timber to fireswhich: at certain seaSons supper after the theatre! last Friday Mr. Murray has built substantial
t Mr. T. E. ffohnson of Pensacola and Supporting the testimony of Mr i a
i '!1. Mooney, of !iloMle "were among the zealous church worker, and has been of the year sweep over all this McQuaJg! Is tha affidavit of Mr. night her guests being Mi\ a UBtfer-, shed for his merry-go-round and cover CHAS. BLUM&CO yr
s (prominent' traveling men who were sexton of the Methodist church ever territory. That h has seen two sections William King for seven yearsa hill Miss Ruby Moore. Miss Ethel I IlLalneCJ. ed it against the wind and rain and Is b\
f since it was builc We trust she of fine cypress lands along the, Mrs. 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST.
. tj: jealHng on our merchants during the will member of the Board of Miss Marian, 1a.ssey..1M ready: every Saturday to make the people a
be pleased with her home. Blue Cypress Lake, on the edge of the
new Mary Davidson and Messrs. Albert
l-eek. County Commissioners of De Goto s ; happy, with an adjoining block of JACKSONVILLE. FtA. alin
4 I Mr. and Mrs C. P. Ltewls are theVgttoud UpperSt.. John's Valley a little northof county for five years, and at present Oorry Delatour, Thomas, Rabe eating stands where those who are
the drainage district that
parents of a line baby girl born, The Gambli.. Daeh". their chairman, and a man who has Love and Hoggs. disposed that way can get plenty to ---- -- -' 01

t Uon Washington's birthday. I Ponte Vecchlo (Old Bridge) is the ever ban Interested in all that pertains Mrs Burton of Madison, is the eat.The MONEY TO LOAN.
H. C. prominent tur- guest of Mrs. A. T. Hearln. afternoon was full of showers
J. Mr. Register, a to the w.alfare of that sectionof
i nickname in London ,
applied society circles A bad stomach The Mercantile Mortgage Com;?"* SC
*$entine man -was in the city this week. the state. Mr. King Is a fruit grow but 'ip-cnicera; do not care for a FlorIda -
the interests of of } to the Duchess of Devonshire owing is soon restor shower'So the music went on without will loan you money on your houf tv.
.:l looting after one t1OCUERAI0ER' er, living at Avon Park antf in speaking ,
for to her passionate devotion to the S ed to its nor hold furniture, pianos, organs d
!L ails men 'Who had been arrested of the effect of drainage on the interruption.Col.
of bridge. The duchess' absorbing mal condition OPERA HOUSE without we.kl) "rf 'W
\mlit #;GD1'.e minor offense. game one lands in the district, he says among Bruca Is beaming. On Thursday publicity on easy '
passion. in fact la gambling, when the Bitters other things: he gave a poetical lecture on Patroltism monthly payments.:

4 ". -- ----- and she has always been ready to takea I is usediregular The affiant Is thoroughly familiar: giving his poems on Benning- MERCANTILE MTGE. CO. be

, WONDERS turn at any game where there was a ly. with townships 33, 34, and 33, rang Thursday, March 1. ton's hundred anniversary and also 315'j S. Palafox St.
WORKS Try it and the anniversary of Yorktown and
I chance of placing a bet. She is an ardent 28, and townships> 33, 34, and 35, range E. IL TirURMAN.: Hr- 'rr1
follower of tile turf. Despite or k2.4 see It cures 29. Most of the townships are high, no Matinee and Night. the disbanding of the revolutionaryarmy. -

rather because of her known weakness Poor Appetite swamp to drain. and running from one -

: 9 fX: Wonderful Compound. Cures Piles for gambling shots said to be, next to Flatulency to two hundred faet above sea level. Archie L. Shepard

Eczema, Skin Itching, Skin Erup- the king the most potent personality In : Healache Most of these townships are covered The Original Laxative Cough Syrup Morris Dannheisser ;
mart society. Her first husband was with a growth. of average second!! class la Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.

it41 Y! tlons, Cuts and Bruises. the Duke of Manchester, grandfather h STOMACH Headache, pine timber studded with clar lakes. will present the most marvelous It expels all cold from the system by (Formerly of Dannbeisser! Bros' 1\\

Dyspepsia which naturally drain themselves in a acting as a cathartic ,on the bowels. Fins t.
of the present duke. The duchess Is '$ 5 Pure Old Rye and Bourbon
.tL1 now nearly eighty.yean of age but her Colds Grippe southerly direction." MOVING PICTURESEVER Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar i ia II Wine, Beer and Tobacco. }
L1 Doan's Ointment is the best skin figure is miraculously preserved and Then In direct opposition to the certain, safe and harmless cure for tl

treatment the cheapest, because, scheme of Governor Brow- colds and whooping .
i and her drainage EXHIBITED. croup cou'h.Pap"
hair la said to have been practically Old Hickory Whiskey MySpeclaliy
co little is required to cure. It cures ara'. Commissioner King says:
: piles after years of torture. It cures unaffected by the passing of the years.A "The soil is a sandy, thirsty soil, Positively everything new; not one Street. 1.-
BasketBall 12 Y/
obstinate cases of eczema. It cures and needs irrigation more than it picture! shown at our former exhibitions Ctw Pipe.. Zarraso FLORID't I

all skin itching. It cures skin erupt Caaadla Oplslom .f Punch.A needs dralnag will be reproduceJ. Paper gas pipes'are among the novelties PENSCAOLA.

t IL tions. It heals cuts, bruises scratch copy of Punch's Almanac has been "In affiant's opinion the section Night Prices-15, %5, 35 and SOc reported from Europe. Manila paper b
.t es and abrasions without leaving acar. received' at this om e. It la England's covered by these townships would Matinee,'15 and 25c. Is cut up into strips whose widthIs __ ___ __ __ -- I

i3 It cures permanently. Pensa-, leading exponent of humor. A memberof not be benefltted in the slightest way equal to the length of the pipe section

:f eola: testimony proves it. I Iu. this great journal's. staff read It Friday March 2. by the lowering of the general waterl $eat now on sale. to be-used. ,The paper bands are Professional! Directory

!r E. Powell, machinist ty trade,I through carefully. and itadled every vel south of this section. In fact, it then passed into a vessel filled with --..-'- 0

z, residing on West Cervantes street, drawing. Then h. went outside and would rather injure the lands thaa melted asphalt After coming out of TH PEBLEY, ..

_.i 5aysI:, was a sufferer from Itching: kicked at a strange dog.- The English benefit them. considerable THEGORDON the bath the prepared strip is rolled AN3

5 piles for more than seven years, and: brand of humor is sedate and stately.It Pensacola Classical Schoolvs. "In affiant's opinion county a north of the uniformly and very tightly around an LAW REAL ESTATE, LOANS
I section of (Fk>lk ,
othlng I could get seemed to help is not intended to be laughed at. than the iron rod or pipe which serves as the COLLECTIONS-
district drainage more
jne. I Buffered both day and night Laughter-that is, loud laughter-Is ex townships needs described above." & BROWN core and baa the same diameter which PALAFOX AND ROMANA. (

and it was impossible for mo to get I ewwlvery rude don't yoa know. Punch's This evidence, coming from a man the gas pipe is to nave. The rolling of PHONE 553.
to sleep a night on account of the terrible Y. M. C. A. Beds.
suffering. When I read about 1 Almanac for 1900 Is Blxpen'orth of humor 1'ho. as a public official, has devoted the paper: is stopped! when the right
profundo. The'man who would the last twelve years of his life to thickness bas been secured. After the

4 Doan's and Ointment I thought box at I Sidney would I laugh at Punch would go into hystericsat Gymnasium of Y M C. A. Improving: the section of the country HARDWARE COMPANY, pipe section which is thus formed has
It, procured a D D.
p-"I a funeral. Punch's.notion of humor ho claims the carrying out of the been put through a high pressure it-Is T G YATES M.
:JCahn's drug store!! corner or Romana ,
Pensacola Fla.
8)15 would injure rather .
and Palafox streets. It cured me com Is altogether too sublime for any place ) p* mAdmission drainage plan covered on the outside by a layer of ,

1etely. I cannot praise It bighly outside of an English drawing room.Bobcaygeon .- cannot than benefit be disregarded, is of a character by those which who Biggest Hardware Firm This sand. which I is pressed Into the asphalt OPTICIAN I'

noush. and have recommended it to (Ont) Independent. 25c. the of the while still hot. The outer surface of BUILD'S tl
are interested in progress 306 THIfSEN
more than a score of friends during scheme of Governor Bruward.Chamberlain's Side of Birmingham the pipe is treated with a.waterproof ==
; .t the' past three months and I know BUtorlfl Farmitnre. compound. It is said that the pipe la

Lt of one friend who used It for eczema When" he returned to Washington re- A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST the We Will Save You Money on very tight and 1. cheaper than metal H. T. CRAWFORD,
t'4tr on his hands and he has since told rently Ambassador TOO Sternburg SUITED WITH A Cough Remedy plpinr. :

jne that it cured him promptly and brought a complete Butt of drawingroom Mother's Favorite. Your Purchases ofHARDWARE REAL ESTATE.MONEY a

effectively, I unhesitating recommend furniture that had adorned the CERTIFIED CHECK The soothing and healing properties TO LOAN AND RENTS C*

11 a trial of Doan's Ointment to rooms occupied by Napoleon in Lelpcic. of this remedy its pleasant taste A Plague 31.th.. LECTED.

: anyone Buffering font any itching skin I' These treasures were bequeathedto 5c CIGAR. and prompt and permanent cures hare A plague of moths has been rlslttng BUILDING.
disease. I feel confident that they the Inhabitants of Sydney N. ,.
t the ambassador, by a relative whose made it a favorite with people every. 8. W. : Fla.
!will pot be disappointed in the results qualities is especially prized of all kinds In some parts of the town residentsand PensacoJa a
I r grandfather had owned the place where :All the of flavor aroma where. It by such as --
_ _
Obtained. small children colds shop keepers have been 1--- --- --- --
the corsican elected to abide. The fur color and good! material mothers of for unable to
For sale by all dealers. Price 50cents. embodied in IL and whooping cough as It al use oil lamps, because the moths : BENNETT
_t- 'Foster-Mittrarn Co., Buffalo. niture is ancient' Flemish and in the Wars affords quick relief and as itoqntalns Mill Supplies, Turpentine Tools, swarmed Into the chimneys and extinguished DR. C. E. ,

Hew York sole agents for the Unit. tapestry are rroven mythological de- A. Greenhut & opium or other harmful I, the lights. "At
I Co. no
some of the tWILL
t _0d States. Blgns. The I&ncs bear a gold design.A drug it. may be given as confidently Belting, Piping, At nn -on:: Etc. railway stations the moths have OSTEOPATH. ]

_ Remember the name-Doan's aad desk at which Napoleon wrote vofoiis !* DISTRIBUTORS. to adult. For I even *'-
to a baby as an sate. by. extinguished the signal lights and sta OFFICES IN Pt
: _Lake no other. messages i. part of the legacy. I. PENSACOL: FL RIDA. all druggists. I Write to Us for Prices. tion lamps.. ? RE-OPEN SACOLA APRIL 1st.

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SUNDAY EDITION "old whiskeyholdifup'joe MIllfSEE L H 5 S E -= ? : ; '$';,:,'.,.-..."- /_

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to the :
ligh -

its purity : C .?: ::

.PiTF: Life oct of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoyment '

shines -4 : : which they receive and the efforts which they make, comes the greater part of that

through. l.fl1e healthful development which is so essential, to their happiness when gwwn. Whena

I a laxative is needed the remedy which is given to them to cleanse and sweeten and

TOe Journal's Big 20'Page Paper test it by all Hon. Jefferson Browne, Judge strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians: would ( '

Was Complimented! on means. Parkhill and Many Others sanction, because its. component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy g' \

itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and t2V ,,
the flavor
TODA'Ys All Sides., Here for Carnival. parents, well-informed, approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy,

the bouquetthe \ because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup

Tho Journal's big 20.page ed:tion lingering Many prominent visitors from Tallahassee -.." ; of,Figs-and for the same reason,it is the only laxative which -should be used by
are in the city for the Carnival !- -
Sunday was widely complimented as -'Tft: fathers and mothers.
satisfactionthat most of them having arrived Saturday ;
Mardi Gras one The of the best, If not the best papers :, and Sunday nights and all will! w' Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally'-

and Journal home people had ever alike issued.. Visitors loud in comes from only a high remain here until tomorrow morning, % without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually,
th? d' I'll' frolic and fun. En"i their praise of the efforts and the show grade article. when'they will depart for their homes. without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the old"C..

';', ,cur: plf!, because Just as ing which it mae! for Pensacola and full measure-convenient package Among the prominent Judge personagesand Ohas. B. '>f V time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so

the d...MR man reaches out Pensacola 1ni8lne: men. moderate; price-sold everywhere Parkhill state, of official the Supreme> are Court Hon. tes, carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood,

for SUCCP-* his pipe goes out. "_ Peoi1ejtjclgea more than city by its newspapers and- b '& b"atlanta Jefferson D. Browne, chairman of the ( ;3'- : strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not
anything else
Enjoy life while you live an'lto -The Journal} therefore made, a special I railroad commission. Judge J. Em. needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only

dresSpt1 everybody.with taste j is a effort to make 'a good showing"ita met nor Broward Wolfe private and a secretary party of to Cover-la;lies. ;;7.sa..5; the simple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of Figs. .

pleasure to its ;'Sunday edition. Every union ------ --- --- -- -- The ladles are Mrs.,Browne Miss Jet- -i-t- Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative Z\ /

See our windows for Neckwear printer!. in the city who could be drafted ferson Bell a prominent newspaper ::r/:; principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to oar
into service .
and Clothing and come night and The was Journal's employed Saturday % at writer, Miss 'Yonge and Miss Edwards original method of manufacture and as you value.the health of the little ones, do
will show
msi. f' and wo you looked .t-1'- not accept of the s substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to
room like a bee hive all CASH OR EASY TERMS. any
would like to Parkhill out during -
;jins; yon see. Judge was yesterday
43 t
> night long. r: All Piano Work Guaranteed. shaking hands with his legionof ; increase their profits. Please to remember, the fun name of the Company-

The subject matter in The Journal fJ. CLUTTER. RUSHING, ;'$ friends. He accompanied his tam- \ u'CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In ,
was highly complimented and Ben 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. .
H Thomas's! special article on the IT. % PHONE 476. ily here to witness the celebration .,-J'-:;: _,, ,-... order to get its beneficial -I
would '
'S. S. Florida xvas an especial subjectfor i and stated that he like'ery ."...e-y-;.. t. effects it is always necessary
:"TAlilWIDfI'ffl'HIIfG m much to remain longer in old Pensa- '
L praise. The illustrations in the *** r :: to buy the genuine -'Z'\ct
J' cola, but was compelled to return to ilL::. c, ,. J-'
article, well the first
MTHIESEHSBUHD I as as page cartoon Tallahassee Wednesday on account ,. .i For sale all ..) i i,,,
were the work of The Journal's -- -------- / j (J' ; only. by re- Jy
of some' Important cases that are to c. *; .
artist D. B. Johnson and tney added FLORIDA CURIOSITIES.Live I Court. -:5i\ ; liable druggists. ,1ss
come before the Supreme
greatly to the interest of the article and Stuffed Alligators ready .
-- Hon. Jefferson D Browne, the chairman
---- itself for shipment.
of the Florida Railroad Commission
R. K. WHITE, Altogether, Sunday's paper was one Onan'ge wood canes with alligator widely
and who is of.the
one. most -
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jewelerand in which The Journal takes considerable heads 75c. -
Graduate Optician. pride. SeaShells and Shell Jewelry Shell known men in the state, came over :: ;: --- -- j-)4
with Mrs. Browne to witness the Mar- ,,,
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. and Wood Novelties Leather Goods a
di Gras festivities. Mrs. Brown had
Specialty.MR. never witnessed a Mardi Gras cele
Quinine bration, and was greatly pleased
TERSELY TOLD Tablets. Druggists refund money if it Opera House Building with the fun and frolic that was wit.
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S 107 E. Government Pensacola, Fla.
signature nessed during the day. Mr. Browne

is on each box. 25c. stated last. night that har thought the

Mrs[ M L. Bants is In the city parade a most creditable one and

tit! guest ot her daughter, Mrs. E. B. looked forward with much Interestto '
Jiorey! NO WORK TODAYON SOME E VISITOR the mystic parade of tonight. He ; ,'.
was formerly a resident of Pensacola o. ,
11 S Laird, Esq. ot Milton .was and during the day renewed\, ac ; -: : ,_ ( f --4r.'
among the carnival visitors in the city L. &. WHARVES quaintances with his friends in this ,' s-.. .. ;.: ..
j"tena)'. city. : -L: .. :--T !:L p- ;

:\, A, Suarez; of Montgomery is WHO ARE NOWHERE Secretary Wolfe and the young ,
:.,lung meads here. Mr. Suarez isitirin EVERY EMPLOYEE WILL ,HAVE A ladies of the party greatly enjoyedth -- -- -

L.>)< o! Pensacola. HOLIDAY IN WHICH TO ENJOY the festivities young ladies of the had day never especiallyas before HERE'S WHERE YOU LAUGH

VV, Harrison and wife and Miss witnessed the spirit that prevails: dur- COUNCIL C 0 U N C HElDA
:: Vanu, of Milton, were among thenmdi MARDI GRAS ing a Carnival celebration. Judge
,.. the
visitors to city yester-
Wolfe, who has been In the city for WHEN THE WORLDS TROUBLES BEGAN.
I". several days, Is looking well and was

!ilr and Mrs. Allan Rodgers orJ. No work will be done on any of welcomed by his many friends here.

.. onIIle. the the Owltfg to pressuig business Corer A SPECIAL
are in city the wharves of the LouIsville and *
a't; of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. KirkpatBrahier Nashville railroad today. This order Many Prominent People are in nor Broward, who was expected to be i :
one of the honored visitors. could not
01'/\ was issued last night, and it will give Pensacola for the Mardi be present, but sent a letter of regret

JOSt'pb ; of Alco. Ala. fathoi the hundreds of men who make their that he could not attend.
William Steele arrived in
Jin I
livelihood there an opportunity to Gras Celebration. SESSION
tit .clij; Sunday afternoon to spend I REMAINS OF EDWARD
spend today in enjoing the festive
\lardl (Urns here. ; --- CARO (IP'LACED'AT REST
, 'I Mardi Gras occasion. Many: prominent people are in Pen.
Thos. of Qulncy,
Hon Mitchell,
, This \iill be the first time In
sacola from various towns and citiesin The remains of El1'WarCaro thetwojearold
t. "i. ot tae circuit court aen
j that the employees of the wharf the south We of'"Mr:: and Mrs. W.
".mis is in the city the guest of years I and especially from *>t son And Received the Report of Con
F. Mitchell.Jas have had tha opportunity to enjoy a Florida. In fact all trains coming II. Caro.who. met an untimely dealt
H son, from over the P. and A. were crowded Saturday morning on Jackson. street, Hatton
Mardi Gras and suiting Engineer on
I holiday on naturally
J A White returned yesterday with visitors, many of whom will were placed at rEst Sunday afternoonThe
been they were greatly pleased jesterlayi remain in the city until to-night and funeral services were conducted!
from \> n York where he has
'Uh.. weeks purchasing i i! afternoon when the announcementwas tomorrow morning. The hotels and at the family home on Jackson street. Sewerage.
past two 'boarding houses were crowded during -C-id were attended by a large numberof
made that would be
ti.pnn', and summer Block of goods no compelled -
yesterday and many bad.trouble friends and relatives. The'cortege
101nt: John White Store. to work today. finding accommodations Among the moved from there to St.,John's cemetery A special me.&ting of the City Counci -

lat'K Stone, son of P. Stone, who There are new a large number of prominent visitors are the following: where the 'remains of the little ton:! was with held the Board last night of Bond, in Trustees conjunc .Adaiii-LL looks right enough, but shell always be wanting clothes nevt

} Jet>n a resident of New York forM steamers at the docks taking cargoes, From DeFunlak Mr. and Mrs. Pat- one were placed at rest Rev. Sibtey, Bliss there
I'alt! four years, has (returned to but this did not prevent the management rick and' daughter, Mr. and Mrs. of the Presbyterian church, conducting Mayor present Aldermen presided Calm and D'Alemberte werE,

at ,-i" to make It his 'home and is from 'giving the men a well-earn Williams, Mr. and Mrs. P D. Beville, the funeral services... hays. Maura McIIugh. Muldon, Reil
gladly greeted by his many ed holiday.It :Mr.: and Mrs G "ng ly and Bond Trustees Green '
'"ends: was announced on the wharves Frank Bludsworth, Bert Parnell. Mr tributes placed upon th grave of th3 and, Yonge. _-_ '
yesterday afternoon that ev ry vessel Johnson Harold Cawthon, ..1.V.. little one by loving hands, an-:' many llyer.The l/
Till fire was called outvpstfrda shed loving friends meeting was for the purposeof
department tears were as
j moored alongside the Louisville and Flournoy M. D. Allen, II. II. Drayer,
of Chaukly
the T.
afternoon about 4 o'clock from the to return to hearing report
} Mrs. L. P. Campbell Miss! Younger, turned grave
i Nashville! wharves would be profusely '
Hatton, who had been employed as
from box 45. but their homes.
C alarm uponrrii1ng
-in Miss Lee
Ail Saunders Mary
Miss ?n
decorated in honor of today and that ,
and who hisviews
consulting engineer, gave
there the firemen found the I Cawthon, M. Kaplaln. I. S. Lurie and Mr. and Mrs. Caro have the heartfelt -
the would also be given holi
a modern
crews -
a' sewerage system
aarm: to be a false one. the box being Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Williams. sympathy of the 'entire community upon
day. for the city Its! cost and the proper -
om of order and the call intendedonh I From Marianna-A. A. Calhoun T. in their bereavement. Many
manner of construction.. The report -
called at the home during Satin
for the patrol wagon. W. Hentz Chas. Liddon. Philip Carter friends
of the engineer which was a
The first game of baseball this sean DOCTOR SAYS ----I E. J. Br'anrtlliam, Robinson, dolences.day and Sunday to extend their con- lengthy. one, *as read by, himself, and s ____ :. ":,

mil be played this afternoon be- Finds Grape-Nuts Food Invaluable in Wm. Beauchamp, Jack Hotchen, At went into every detail of the sewerage : -! ;--' _,,., t'tiilI1l! ttl.t1\t\1'! a
tWt'f'n :he teams of the Monitor l<'lori413 His Practice.A I taw ay McKinnon George Parley, Miss system that is necessary for Pen- ;
Miss A. C. Cham- OLD AGE.
Annie Dickenson
anti the gunboat Vixen. Tae game first :Sealed himself' sacola. He submitted a map of the
physician Mns H. :\t. Mercer, GusLewis But Its Visits :
: bliss Mr and Comes to Everyone
'%':: w played at PalmettoBcachani with food. Then he healed others City ana' ako hans: and specifications, ...
promises, 10 be most interesting as in straightforward O. C. Ferrell! G. W. McWhite, I May Be Postponed. I Ii which were ei|lained by him in detail 94tLl
tells his a
and story : W. and IT Finlayson, Mrs. Maggie i Old age is not a question of years.: I II the council. His estimate of -
uo'ti > considered strong. to ,
'dnK are very bus1"ness-like: way:
Smith and family Jim White, William Some men are old at forty, others and-surface
v admission fee of 15 cents will be time." he writes -I I tha total exist lof sewerage
"For long
a White and lady: H. C. Kirklandand are young at sixty.It's aggregated nearly $::OO.OOO,
(hai-Red!: to cover the actual expenses. unable to assmilate comfortablyany drainage
was to .H4e
J, L. Stephens mighty bard proposition ; ,
'f"h a hut he said It was not necessary to have .
came -wrlll b called tne ar- breakfast
upon ordinary or prepared -J. C. Blackburnand
From other points I look young, nomatter how young you all of this work done at one'time. HOinade
riva" of the ;3 o'cloccar.. foods.: Nearly ever.thing disagreedwith Capt. J, N. Rogers Fr port; A. i lee! If your hair is falling out and many recommendations as to

"!ii'ims tho Carnival visitors to the me, bringing; on heavy headachesa J, Jones. Miller's Ferry; Capt. jour head becoming bald. impiovements. and especially as to Bug Thercl if ffiis ain'ttoo much. I'd just proposed toina
e.' bad taste in the mouth, and a dullness Ware and Otto Franz, St. tired trying Ineffectual which he Mr. Gholly
;imiav were Mrs. J. E. Cut- C'I Perhaps jon are the water sU'PplyoC the city, when this-darncd homKcw.
'1 Miss Maggie Buzzett, Miss Annie of mind that was not only unpleasant -, Wm. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. John remedies for this evil. said should be extended to every $* sateut to say yes

Biuzrtt!, MI*-, Mamie Austin and Cap- but ':tin mental work. Since beginning the I Bar"fi. ld, J. T. Britt J. Calloway. J effective fora .
B Montemollen. Captain Why not try an one pump water.. ___ _____ -T - -
Gr oc-Xuh food some mont ,s I W. II. Mrs I '
Moniotnoiu-n j is general manager of I use of D. Campbell ood.ward" ohange. I After some discussion the reportwas :
the Independent Steamship Co., and a'?o. however, these troubles have vanished I* B Gardner, Chlpley' ; W. B. Lassi- Newbro's Herpicide: kills the Dandruff received and referred to the ---- -- - - -' - -

Is om, of the most popular and accom-I and breakfast is relished and en. ter I* If. Howell, J. H. Porter", Ver! germ-which is the cause of- Board of Bond Trustees, with the request -
nmdaring steamboat men -on the Apa- Jojed as It ought to be. nOli.; M. D. Allen. Mossy Head!; A. D the whole trouble. that copies be made for each

tofhicola r ,er. 'Murti of the popult -, "I find, too, that a small quantity Brownwell. Dr W. J. Lee, :Mr: and "Destroy the cause you remove the councilman and that the board report Buy Your Launch

.&: )' and trade of the steamer Gerf of Grape-Nuts and cream eaten just Mrs. Bngman. Westvilte; T J. 1Ii1l'r. effect." upon the matter at the very earliest .,
::1':111.: duo to his personality as he before starting out to visit patientsat Sr. T. J, Miller Jr,, Carjvllle; S. J. 'For sale by' W. A. D'Alemberte. opportunity even!! though a 5peciaJmeet.int.
I of depression Strickland. O, H. Grimlar, B. Dennis .
be necessary.Mr.
n'ght: prevents 121 SouthPalafox may -
iaj fnends the and apothecary :
at where druggist
.,-amer hadsii every that used to result from this Atmore; E. U. Ward, J. S. Pikard. Jos street or send lOc in stamps Hatton was extended a vote of I "Ever-Ready"
I exertion and loss of sleep. Tat J. Gentry. C A. Mason J. A.Gilmbre to The Herpicide Co, Detroit Mich. thanks for the very comprehensive report !-
"My wife suffered for several JV.. Glhrore, Bluff Springs: which he had submitted.
0;, I now: Got Blue Ribbon Lemon -! months from recurring attacks of Indigestion -II. B. Hudson, C. .1. }Morris U. S. naval ,---- -- '
dud Vanilla. Absolutely pure; goes with fermE"ntationhe woud hospital; Henry Garrett. Cantonment; NOT IN THE TRUST
"* fl far and gives desserts the miserable for days at a tIme C L. Wiggins: Iva Miller' Pine Barren When you want a first class rubber- Bat He Didn't Auk. Electric Battery :
'Bhlt Ribbon Flaor"OIL be very kind of food added to ; I* T. Carter, Gait; Mrs. J, BHogeboon tired carriage, ring us up. Our car- Willie was paying: a visit and he S
almost any
and A 'oock. all new and first class In ,
the trouble. Sh? found by experiment > r ages aw found the Intervals between meals
j'.h.''''' HratwNiits. relief would every respect; our drivers are careful longer than usuaL

MAGNATES be i1bt idTn a -very: :short tmu?, even NEGRO HACKMAN DRIVESOVER WHITE LADY I telephone anl po1lt SI4GOLDSTUCKER. .. Ilackmen's Exchange,!i "1 ain't going to uk for any cake," I : : ;t'

remedies for injiges- last blandly.'mint's most durableand
wften: ordinary Miss Elizabeth Stearns an aged BROS, Props., be remarked at The cheapest,
MUST ANSWERBy tieD had failed to help her, white lady, 'who resides on Garden W. B. F. Turner Mgr. very nice of yon, Willie," I ,

"Mrs.:: James S. a patient heart of street, and who was on the streets I said his bontebs."Because : .'I I all around best battery on the market. 1t
mine. suffered with sympathetic yesterday afternoon for the purpose! of -- -- -- --- ," be went on loudly, Ignoring : _

trouble and a stomach so deranged viewing th :Mardi: Gras' parad was Nick's Buffet and h'er remark "in houses where ladies : We have them in different sizes. 1t .

..."..- Associated Press that it refected all food. Her run over and painfully injured shortly Is to little boys I don't have to." 1 !

.". <.on ourt Cit)of. MIS.the, State rob 26 held-TTie today Su- strength was rapidly I recommended failing: from lack the Before 1 o'clock bv a hack driven by Willie polite got his cake.-Woman's Home A't- I am now located in the new Star ;
II" of tlobert Parker colored.
*, *nesses were compelled to anquestions use of Grape-Nuts with cream 'e ryl The lady was crossing the street Companion- East Gorden
in the Standard Oiltt"an' 3 or 4 hours. The food proved at( when the hack came along and she t Laundry building on
hearin.at St. Louis. The and the only place of its HI Generocltr. I <
to her stomach String to *
U1&41::.- ooim was involved when 1L. 11. once her recovery acceptable to perfect health speedilyfollowed. apparently driver; it is old said,not evidently notice did it. not: kind in pensacola in fact Edwin and Lisa are two little cousIns St.. and carry and extensive line of electracal supplies for t'

11 declined to answer questions pay any attention to where, he was itis of three who are almost inseparableand 'I' .. ,
'nt hearing in New York ."1 have found Grape- uts an caretlent going and in a moment the vehicle divide most of their goodies. One all purposes. I do all kinds of electracal work, and furnish

food for patients convalescingfrom had struck the lady knocking hr to APridetoPensacola. day Edwin had a whole cracker, un- I

\Va. Tight exhausting fevers as typhoid the grouria. She was picked up bj buttered and half a one which 'was estimates on anything in the electrical line. Ring phone'

P5Secgflj you tell that man and pneumonia and always recommend -some citizens and takn to her home buttered. lie gave the former to Lisa I *

'hI> Juu tell off to hold on tight going its use by such. It is admirably where a 'Ph'siclan.attnded her, but it and his mother commended him for 345 or 955 and I will call and see you.
broken I I
"Juna not only not thought bones are ,
that curve? suited to these cases I is any the larger piece. .

.oIl:1Uttor-Xo: sir I did notit because it is easily digested but because although she Is suffering severely Larger boast of a cities better equJppei cannot, giving Little away Lisa looked up acutely. .Tes." I PEAKE
'Thy amount of nourishment !tom bruises. E. W.-
of great but
the the :
dldn't biggest
you? it contains. Its use rapidly restores The negro hackman was arrested place. The service is the j said she lie gave me ,
to tausp was unnecessary, sir. I and strength" Name and placed In jail At the time of the best that can be had. he kept the bntterest" New

rid tUIn t0 hold OQTbe other part vitality Battle Creek. accident tflj had. a number of negro Press. 'PENSACOLA FLORIDA
th Postum Co. ,
: armnK would have been suYonkiw men in the hack who were making Nick At5ostlet Proot'r .
erl1uO'tlS Mich -
Statesman. 'I'herp' n r'ssnn. ,tb ? rnm'' "f' cliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-". ,

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Canal Edition tha public is already Informed for us ;ona w ryjyece. of money in our rill, destroy more, in. a .day that..thr

ti ,and Postmaster Northup's letter hands.< :"Wer rj?better for knowinghow cost of a year's provision: But this

o he Iknjwa Journal information adds: nothing on to that the general subject fund It may of the foot"In'tryingsto to buy by the acre and sell by fact pIgs that! are does all poor domestic not property prove animals that; It only hens should shows and be r I OFFICIAL MARDI GRAS

be proper to 'state however that The confined to their proper places. .

Uouraal itself: lost nothing by the post rent a house' a placard Cheap fences are costly; they soon PROGRAMME

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. master's decision, as the public not is "better than nothing and a, want decay and they cannot be kept neat

( ad. is "better than anything., without constant expense of labor and
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY the paper paid the extra postage paint. whil<> they are never safe because

l which-- his ruling made necessary.'" Em..>hasizini the wisdom of doing we know not what.day or night

...BY... But the strangest feature of ,the little things without friction or worryor they will fail us. Better t>r far a TUESDAYBand

f' postmaster's letter is found in the small area properly fitted up than
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK delay-a feat easier for want advertising that must be partlyor
paragraph referring to the additional acres upon acres concert In Palza 10 a. m.
than others-a great writer wholly neglected. If the stock can
mall service on the Mobile train. It says: "We live amid surfaces-and the be safely transferred from one lot to The day will be given over to masking, merry-making and

l L. MAYES, President and General Manager. Is true that this additional servicewas art of life Is| to'skate well on themto another as other needs demand they all sports In keeping with the spirit of the occasion.

put on as the will he healthier and discharge farbetter magnificent floats will form
postmaster says fill the hour and leave no crevicefor tfuties in the econ The pageant Of fifteen promptlyat

at the request of The Journal's circa a repentance!" their proper and 7 p. m. atl Carnival headquarters, corner Coyle and Garden
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. omy of the farm. Give the pigs
latlon manager :Mr. Sweet. A. live -- chickens range in the gardens for a streets and will take the following route:

postmaster would .have secured the If you have found something of month or more and they will largely On Garden east to Spring north on Spring to Chase east on

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 8mIceithout having to wait for the value it is one of the "unwritten com reduce the ravages of insects while Chase ,to east side of Palafox, north on Palafox to Gregory

One Year..................$5 00 One Month....?.. ........ 45 request from a newspaper. Postmaster mandments' that ',you should advertise -the adding appreciably: to the these fertility can be of east .on Gregory to Tarragona, north on Tarragona to Wright
x Six Mouths............... 2 50 One Week .. .............. 10 Northup, however, not only had to be it.When. very real helpers these to ways both farmer and west on Wright to west side' of Palafox, south on Palafox to

' : Three Months...... ........ 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..$! 00 requested to do It but now he trys to } char
multiplying ownproductions
you get something new-desk gardener while Cedar, east on Cedar to Jefferson, north on Jefferson to Government
n make It that, his action So with the cow.
appear was: in
west Government to Palafox, north on
Uide-board on Palafox
table cabinet shelving to
The is often told he is lazy
The Only Pmaacota Newspaper From Which a Detailed the nature of a personal; favor and not
i showcase, typewriter machinery lie can use his muscles less if he will Chase, west on Chase to Spring, south on Spring to Garden,

3 Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. for the !benefit of the public which is aont shelve or.store the old, but finda make his brain work for him. He west on Garden to the sheds.

vs. served by that additional mail. IU is buyer through a want ad. should have his pigs his chickens and The grand pageant will be led by a platoon of mounted

paid to serve the public and not for --- his cows, but he should have them
108 and 110 East Sale Trains most advantageous police, a band and twenty Knights and then will follow the
' Offieea. t k I Papers on on ;personal favors to a j.ew particular "Want ad. gumption" ia not a 'sixth work for him under the' -
conditions and he should not Royal Float of King Prricus: with fourteen others and two
Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. friends or papers. But now as Postmaster sense= -it is a sort of art of living with well
dividends aa
forget that his as bands of music.
Northup admits it himself the least annoyance. least fretting least the value of his property can alwaysbe
people who are served by' that early friction. order and *
Increased by neatness
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 27 1906Pensacola's
mail will no doubt be glad to know foresight. Paint properly applied is

r that they are indebted to The Journal A business man will not value your never thrown away because put on a Immediately following the 'parade the unmasking of King

Mardi Gras for ILWe services highly if you have not showna fence, a chicken house or a stable. Priscus and the Grand Coronation Ball will occur at the opera
And Florida needs more paint.
regret that ,it has been neces : knack of advertlslng"them, ;effective house. The King will' probably not be ''Unmasked before 9:30

Carnival a Big Success sary to go into these ,details because ly.i WASHINGTON LETTER o'clock.

they are anything but complimentary
Yesterday was a big day in Pensacola bat after all, it was only a i If your property is not just 'what
A to Postmaster Northup's administration :::JEoii: !
i :precursor to the grand climax of the Royal Revels in honor of King Pris- you need, change it-:through a class I [Special Correspondence] a
and they will more than ever con. The proposed heroic statue of General ==--
CUE, VII. which comes today and to-night. fled ad.-for something better better -

+ That the first day of the Carnival was a great success goes without vmce an already convinced public that for you. "My neighbor has fertile soil I Ulysses S. Grant probably will not I station than thither two. find out whether any hare been' appoint.(

i ''-- saying and the crowd that swarmed the streets from early in the morning he is unfit for the position but he but my field only holds the world to- be located on the Union station plaza. I To locate the Grant monument In the ed without proper qualifications unia:

r iNt; until late last night obeyed the orders of Ills Royal Majesty and gave them. brought the publicity upon himself gether" is a sentiment old as the", This much is indicated by the actionof center of the plaza without modifying the law. He said his plan: was! to pg:

R and has only himself to blame for it the District commissioners who informed either the monument or the plaza would the list basis where
i. elves up entirely to the spirit of fun. frolio and frivolity which always prevails race. I on a political

{ : during the annual visits of Prtacus.The The Journal will say however thatit Colonel Bromwell for the bene- give a composite of six elements, resulting pull" would cease to be a factor

has nothing personal against Post "From having wishes in consequence In a confusion of effect CARL
monument commission SCIIOFIELIX
fit of the Grant
r' celebration this year has undoubtedly atracted more visitors to I
master Northup. It would like to I It would therefore seem that the two
ti fit, ,' the city than ever before and hundreds more will arrive today to view of our wants we often feel that they are not in favor of locating monument and plaza are RUSSIAN TERRORISM
him In It /wouldbe
prosper every way. in of '
wants wishes.
consequences our the Grant monument the great
the brilliant spectacle presented; by the big illuminated parade and the opposite I. not mutually adaptable. The monument -
glad to sea him devote his whole But if our wants are well advertisedour II The fuses to Which Trcpofl Ii Tom.
. t ?4e1 grand Coronation !Ball at which: the Queen will be crowned. and the King railway terminal._ i would suffer In scale by being
r t time as he now does; a great part of wishes will not make us bankrupt Their report is based on a statementby close to the large building. pelled to Resort.I .
unmasked at the Opera House tonight / placed so
it, to the management of the street chatting the other evening with
the architects of the Union station j Being 260 feet long it would also was
Not an untoward Incident marred the pleasure of Carnival revelers .
Parisian who had just returned from
because it needs a
car company management of
the gist of which: : offer an obstacle to the, movement
yesterday, and everyone, residents and visitors alike: participated good nat if anything: ever did. But St Augustine has an epidemic of.j t That the proposed monument is rectangular j.r large numbers of people in and out of Russia and who told me that in wearers -

iuredly in the frolicm The (Journal does not hesitate to say clairvoyants palmists and occult wonders in shape and Is about 70 feet | the station from the plaza which has Europe we had as yet no real idea

,i t, that as postmaster he is a failure, each of whom claims to be the wide and 200 feet long. It consists of | always been regarded as a very important of"Trepoff the state for of affairs instance there.who has the

1 : Postmaster Northup ne.ture.and we therefore dismiss that that he hag not given satisfaction and greatest ever. Any old kind of a schema three principal motives the central fig- i matter. position once occupied by rieLve.
that the public does not want him Fifty Years In Office.
element of the case and get down to re- for separating the gullible from their ure of Grant and two flanking groups knows that any moment he may be
t Makes Bad Matter Worse. James IL McKenney clerk of the supreme
appointed to the
position.The .
a the real milk in the cocoanut. money appears to flourish along tho of artillery and cavalry each of the blown to pieces as Plehve himself was:

. Sunday morning The" Journal voiced The truth of the matter Is that public Journal is pleased further to east coast t'I 1 two groups being about a hundred feet service court:, with will soon that tribunal complete Since fiftyyears' although he spent !20,000 a year t3( assure -

n' r. the almost unanimous sentiment of dissatisfaction with his admin's say that if Postmaster Northup really distant from the central figure.: of the court with John his personal safety Do you
the organization
relishes newspaper notoriety the columns ;:ff 1i: :Mt ;;,; friend "how
know added Trepoff
r the community when it said that whatklPensacola my
tration is general, and Postmaster The station plaza is semicircular in Jay as chief Justice In 1789 there have
of this are to him ft out? A landau leaves the
paper open palace
lk wants about as much as Northup knows It, but he assumes thatIf MORE WHITE PAINT 7i: shape and its contour is determined been only eight chief justices and seven goes
which surrounded by a of CosaacLs. A
t for statement he de
anything else just now is a new post. he can show a personal animus on any may NEEDED IN FLORIDA. within narrow limits by the angles of clerks. Mr. McKenney became an employee -
man is in It:. but the man is not Trcpoff.
to make.
sire .
. k master. The Journal also went on to the part of The Journal it will neu- tf .---- existing streets. The plan of the plaza !of, the court,when Roger B. Ta- Trepoff drives In an'ambulance wagon

; ,s i r = say that the service the public has tralize the effect of the paper's position I Jacksonville Times-Union. **; contains three centers or focal points ney was chief justice. Later he was with the red cross of Geneva floating

; been getting under Postmaster North i in the case. The Journal frankly Facts About each of which is on the center line of appointed deputy clerk and twentysixyears oth- from the driver's seat and as he passes
ia 71 became clerk. Only
i+ up is unsatisfactory in the extreme admits that it Is not satisfied with Want Advertisements. two'streets entering the plaza and the er capitol ago employees have longer terms people cross themselves and murmur

I s and that the public is opposed fo the the present postal service we are getting We1 would like 'to impress, upon original scheme of treatment of the of service to their credit They are Another one of TrepoCfs victims:
. ci every Floridian the undoubted fact called for three whose "I went to interview Trepoff a few
reappointment of the present incumt In this city and therein it is in Want advertising aids you in keeping plaza fountains Captain John Chancey. who holds a position -
; that it pays: to keep up appearances three focal would days before I left St Petersburg" ho
location the points
bent on the expiration of his term of perfect accord with the vast majority i pace and faith with clocks and One hundred dollars worth of in at on the floor of the house, and an
t paint I place a glistening dome of water in the added. "I had received a letter prom I:}
Office.As. of the business calendars: town often adds thousand to the employee of the senate. Long terms of
rt community but it denies a vista of all principal streets approaching ing me an audience. At tbe palace I
s '"f1 a. reply' dently to these statements that either of the cases which selling price of a house and tho principle the station constituting an effect of service are not unusual among- supreme was passed on to a secretary: who toot!
S i t + Emerson perhaps foreseeing the applies with additional force to court officials.
:y of The Journal we find the following Postmaster Northup cites above have exceeding: beauty me through three empty salons to a
: amazing growth of the 'b er-plrit." th.3 country. In this day of cheap Blographr"of Secretary liar.
i ; over Postmaster Northup's anything to do with Effect. small private office where he left meA ,
the Confusion *f
general de- it not indeed its close dependenceupon wire the fences for the poultry the Minister Gonzales de Quesada of
.r =1 same in yesterday everting1- News: mand whTch The Journal voices for classified advertising. wrote: pigs and the cows should take on a The'three focal points which are part Cuba Professor J. McBride Sterrett of few minutes later he returned and

Editor Daily News: an improved and adequate service. permanent character.. Objections to of the street system and cannot be Washington university and pointed to a telephone upon the table
lk "Let us control the habit of expense. poultry based on the ""dam the George 'Ills excellency is waiting for you,' he
Those unfamiliar with The P nsa- Tltey too are largely changed are not in a straight line all members of the
are T.
'' cola Journal may be surprised to infinitely small for anyone The laws of the world are written out aged done by :wandering hens who I center one being farther out from the Henry ,Domer Delta Chi Bald quietly. 'Waiting?" 'Yes, at the<
letter Theta
Greek society
other than ,
learn that it allows a matter of personal Postmaster Northup to Roosevelta other end of the wire. He Bees! noboilv
to President
j sptto to influence its policy on discuss and we only refer to them novas have presented 'But I am a personal friend of hU et
r biography of the late Secretary of
r Questions of public import i(For their an evidence of his incompetancy cellency's,' I explained. 'And that IJ

c ; information some of the causes that and inconsistency.In TIS AN KL WIND IHAT BLOWS: NOBODY GOOD., the State society.John Hay The who biography was a member was prepared of- why you are allowed in the palace':(

I ; i baTe lead to Tha Journal's dis easure was the answer.
, 1 should oe' furnished them. the case of The Journal's weekly -OUSem. from a fraternity point of view. "And so I said goodby by telephoneto !!

;"When The Journal edition Postmaster The president expressed to the committee
began the publication Northup should Tn1>off. I could not bring; the word

1 of its weekly edition in April hate explained that for more than a his appreciation of the gift and An revolr1 across my lp! somehow f,>r
It : : :3.904. It wag without any legitimate spoke incidentally of the distinguished
r iy year he admitted! it to the mails who knows where Trepoff will l ,, 14' (paid subscription list and the paper contrary character and.services of Mr. Hay and ,
tho I am next in Russia? -Paris Letter
' to
/was published for some seven weeks: postal regulations and of his own personal regard for him.

., .: before a sufficient number of sub he had to bejacked up by the department Waaalnarton F*>t.Boat London Express.!

i1 ipcrlbers were obtained to admit the before he furnished The Journalthe An effort will be ,made by the postmaster -
9 to the Ten Fortune. fS.OOO.OOO.OOA.
mails the
1 r b publication at secpndcLase proper application blanks for general to have congress appropriate
rates. second Today it is computed that there an
i: Now during the firs
class entry for its weekly edition. money for the purchase of land In the United States fewer than
': few of Its existence the pub no (
1 ii. It lishers of The Journal whether designedly He should have explained further why ) adjacent to the new Union station seventy estates that average la value

or otherwise sacked the he, "without the knowledge or consentof ::2S) where may be erected a the commodious J35.000.000 each. There are ten pd|,! .
accommodate Washingtou
I building to
:weekly edition with the daily without the postoffice department" ad- 1 J Tate fortunes aggregating $2.000000)-
the division of
city postomce, supplies
the knowledge or consent of thepostom.ce Korl-
000-those, namely of John I).
mitted The
t Weekly Journal to of and
the the postoffice department
i department and they wereIWeigbed feller, Andrew Carnegie, Marshal:!
mails contrary to regulations the mall bag repair shop. A recommendation -
( and ratted as the daily. The whenit Field W. K. Vanderbilt: John Juno!
matter has but was his business to this effect has been made by
recently been adjust. to know and enforce Astor J. P. Morgan Russell tgtt.I: '
rd by the department after a full and those regulations. FS' the first assistant postmaster general,
Ho M -
t, t should J. Hill Senator W. A. Clark
complete investigation by an official Mr. Hitchcock, and it Is understood
still further have explained that l !Ham Rockefeller. There are 400 for
t I the
0 ,
Washington and The Journal meets with the hearty approval of Mr.
41 :was called upon to make good to the postoffice department called on HIM Cortelyon. Postmaster ,Merritt of the tunes aggregating W.OOO.OOO.OW() and

amount of $1 53.30. -not on The Journal-to make good local office was advised concerning the 4,500 aggregating $10,000,000.000 Fire
When The Journal's Panama Canal the $55.30:; which thousand men in this country whose
represented the difference plan and he too. expressed himself as '..
edition aggregate wealth is estimated at ?!
i I was refused admission to the between the second class rate tfwf r being In favor of It Mr. Merritt ap-
malls at the to say nothing !
pound rates clearly in 000,000.000 actually own
which The Journal had pointed a committee of three to investigate -
compliance with orders and regulations paid, and the of how much they control nearly
4'AJW ii the and the of this
plan, report
the third class rate /which because ( wealth!
wrath, Mr. Majcs committee was also favorable. I
; upon the postoffice in general Postmaster Northup's inattention to !in money land mines buildings. Industries :

i and on the postmaster particular duty should have been paid. He VTA'rlIj/ President Thanked. j franchises and everything else
Rev. J. ,J. Curran of Wilkesbarre. '
Inasmuch as the postoflice is run in
of value which sixth if put Into go1l.2would -
accordance with the provision of made hfanself liable to the departmentfor -I Pa.. treasurer of the Catholic Total Ab- give them all of the yellow metal

1 the Postal Laws and Regulations and this amount and he had to pay stinence Union ,of America has presented above ground in the world and leave

j i not exclusively for the benefit of Mr. it,,although on his request and inpay V to the president beautifully en- more than $9,000,000.000 still owIntthem.Harper's

'r Blayes. the postmaster pays but little ment for what It considered his mistake / grossed resolutions of thanks suitably
A ; attention to the latter framed 'The resolutions recite that Weekly
The Journal gave him
a checkto
IBy request of Mr. Swert. The Jour the presence and address of the president
, nal's circulation manager. who by cover the dIfference. The Journal I I Why the SeIe Crerm.
the occasion of the thlrtytlfthannual
the way'has been found a perfect gentleman in fact paid for the postmaster's in The green color of ocean water
convention of the union at
. and one with whom it ia a competancy in this case although it upon the number of medufsa
pleasure) to do Wilkesbarre in August last "imparted and other minute animal forms which
;. business the Pensacola would not have mentioned the matter
postmaster has obtained some very had be not i .1 strength and efficacy to the cause of Inhabit It. The deep green northera
seen :fit to do so. .
., allowances (temperance throughout the land. mID:'
generous for additional seas literally swarm with these
b mall service as for example on tae !fit may not be out of order to statein The resolutions, follow with thanksto I I ture creatures. In some places a*

t 4' Mobile train known as Nos. 5 and, t C.; this connection that Postmaster the president and,extend the appreciation many'as 123 of'them have been fount
Gratitude however of all the members of the order
not seem top In
Northup's water.
assistant "who by the way in a single cubic Inch of
be a constituent of Mr. Mayes d.sposl- pledging him "our love, our loyalty and. of water
has been this cubic foot
found a perfect gentlemanand proportion a
fs i lien.r" .
earnest co-operation In all that he may I I. fathom
one With whom it Is would contain 221,184, a cubic
+L The postofflce Inspector who checked a pleasureto l undertake foe the glory of God the

': up the Pensacola ipostoffice the first do business" stated to Mr. Mayes happiness of mankind and the better I I 47.770,744 and a cubic mile 48.77G.UW

of the present month thoroughly investigating that if he was in bis (Mr. Mayes's) ment of the world at large. 000000. dlstrlcswhere
it in every department t From soundings made in the
place he did not thing he
would pay Capital Xotes.v la
t .reports that he finds it in a great deal I I : these creatures are found
better condition Attorney General Moody has renderan probat1'that
f than ever before such Immense numbers it is

Itj there having been marked improvement Here also enters another question. i an opinion for Secretary Wilson the waters will average a mile la

i. Cn administration system and What right has Postmaster Northupto holding that it will be lawful for the depth. Whether these forms ocenpj

'.l. I! '.(efficiency. W. IL NOaTI IU'P. make public the findings of the head of the department,of agricultureto the whole depth Is uncertain. Provided

4 The Journal Is sorry-very sorry postal department? in matters relatingto publish the names of dealers who however the depth to which the

t that Postmaster: Northup or whoever this paper When over a t 1 \\1 sell adulterated-seed. I I extend 1* but 250 fathoms the about
ago k
Public Printer Sailings: has mar
requestedthe Immense number of one species
wn (wrote the above letter for him thought The Journal
asked Postmaster Nor.
civil service commission to
x It necessary to get personal about the thup for some Information relative to 1beL ctonloreea.the office verify to I I occur mile. within a space of one .qua.i

g matter, because personalities are al.i the amount of second class matter entered 1OtILyAdI

i ways unpleasant and they'really have at:Ms office, it was denied the -1

} nothing whatever to do with this 1 information on the ground that it ?
\ was hair
*Y 7* Do you pin your hat to your own
case. We fancy also that on second contrary to department regulations J -, l 4V S\tl Can't do it?. Haven't enough hair? It

t. thought Postmaster: O ort sup willreadily Is the poatma.ster'now: breakingthe 1 AJLLi* must be you do not know Ay"'* Hair

11 a agree that his own Interests, same rule which he called into ere Vigor I Herc'.aiDU'Gductionl! May the

as well as those of the public, can fed then? We doubt It he knows acquaintance result In a heavy growth ofriairc

i"'' !hardly be promoted by the Injection whether he is 'or not. O W n rich, thick, tlossybsW! And we know

Cf anything further of a personal {Regarding, The Journal's Panama, I' :"..... yog will never be 1" '. t'fS /::;.

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Manufacturer" of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Baskets, Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Moulding, Turned Scroll Work, Etc. We also carry In

" Stock Paints, Hardware Lime, Brick and all kinds of Builcl r's Supplies.

We Make All Kinds of Office Fixtures, Baskets Etc., ,

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and arc always Glad of an opportunity to give you prices on any kind of work. """ i: "<

Our Office and Retail Store is located at 29 East Garden Street, T!:

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1 PRISCUS REX turpentine works around this section. trip to Pensacola Friday.Mr. ***#Si!#**. #HH-I-H4HH.. ." HS.H.H*"."" "" ":
Arrest and a small fine does not seem Will Davis, of +Carney. Ala. is I ;
I PALCO, ALA. to have much effect. among the visitors here. TWO B BASKETBALL I
ARRIVESvt The Falco gun club had a bird shoot Mrs. J. E. Bowman was called to MUSEMENTS lJ
t tr last Thursday and bagged 172 quail Century Friday to the bedside of her
and doves. The doves had: been baited brother-in-law.: Mr. W. P. Bowman,
: Special! | to The Journal. I for some time consequently there who is very sick-! -
3j --ier's band twenty mounted and ilH' "i "HHM*:""
Falco. Ala. Feb. 26.-Mr. John Wiggins was plenty of scooting' but not much Mr Ira Brewtaa has returned from TEAMS TO
Jonnaa'' Knights, and the King's
'..;. who rode a donkey of solemnt a prominent farmer and stock game. :Mr. Pete Demphlua of Maritime Mississippi where he has been for
raiser! of Bradley was a visitor here Mich., made the best score. some time. Last Night's Play. company comprising 90 people, contains -
-' a and serious mein
'' one day this week. j t The Rajah of Bhong" is rotten. many: names of players promInent
:us Royal Majesty, the King was Our station argent, Mr. MoCorrte
The Falco Mill is
*' h, d upon a magnificently construct- running now Bowman, was among the visitors to MEET :Apart from the Elmore sisters the in opera burlesque and extravaganza -
about 500
logs day.
... equippage of gold and purple Mr. Jasper Lewis the assisted per bookkeeper McDAVIDSpecial Flomaton last week. show has but little excuse for exist foremost of which are Ilor-
awn by four prancing steeds and at-
is visiting relatives and Mr. Ed Hogeooom. The Journal tense Masorette Emma Janvier
::1 v.: fed by the King's personal body i friends at C&umuckla and Florida representative was here Friday and i ence.The "fun" is dull the comedians :Adele Rowland Minerva Courtney.
: .art. Priscus, masked but stately we hope to see him back again soon. Madge Vincent, Florence Wlllarde.
3 Town
I this week. t poor the "jokes" stale and the sing "
M: -n full view of the populace and I Dr. A. 1L Miller visited Crestview I to The J&urr.aL .Mr. O.' K. Bowman went to Wiggins Y. M. c.! A. and P. C. S. Teams ing very ordinary. The Elmore sisters Ada :Mitchell Constance Eastman
JMngly appearance was the signalf t
j Fred tear, J. A. Wal-
1 shoats i this week on professional business McDavid Feb. 6.-Jf'0 the surpriseof Friday. however are all right and almost Ethel Lloyd.
all 1 1I
and applause along the
1 u. of march.cSnelback's I and says that the people in the vicinity their numerous friends :Mr. Archie I to Play Their Last Game I worth the price of admission.The lerstedt Sylvain Xanglois, William
e eHvex Cornet bane of Falco are so distressingly heal Bowman and :Miss Pearl Crabtree MR. HUGHEY WILL t J opera house was packed both Bock Joe Sraith Marta Edwin; Baker

. Iri.ught! vrp. the r@'*r. I I thy that If it was not for calls elsewhere were married Thursday night. Miss MAKE THE GUMBO Friday NightThe at the matinee and at the sight per Wm.others Platt of ",equal Jess Importance Maine and,numerous Includingthe
he would have to formance.
e Afar\ saluting the queen and receiving engage In Crabtree's home is at Molino but she popular "Ramaut Ballet the
.. ;lie Keys of the City the King's'r"IMt'sion some other business for a livelihood. has been teaching school here for several "
moved over the following There is pressing! and needy work months and boarded at the home The ladies of the Gadsden streetM. basketball teams of the Pensa- Shepard's Moving Pictures. dainty Geteha Girls and 'the* "Roe
r 11 : '. of march. North on Palafox to for revenue officers in this section of Mr and Mrs. R. J. Bowman. They II I E. church 'Who are running a refreshment I cola Classical School and the local Y., he Train Wreckers" -which is Ribbon Chorus of ..Amer1CLPLAY'S t
'c4an, west on Garden to Spring and the sooner they get to work look were married by Justice of Peace J. tent on Garden street just, M. C. A. Reds will meet again Friday,said to be the moat remarkable moving .
:S north on Spring to Chase east on ing after the blind tigers around here M. Harrison about nine o'clock. Mr. north of Avery's store have secured'nIght in their third and possibly the'; picture ever perfected win form a AND PLAYERS:
e ,'tiase to Palafox, north on Palafox to the sooner will the guilty ones get and Mrs. Bowman have the best the ftervicas of that accomplished I last game of the sea.sari.rhe game! !portion of the program ottered by Mr. -
.t Wnght and then south on Palafox to to doing a legitimate business either wishes of all who know them. will be played in the spacious gymnasium Archie 1... Shepard during his forthcoming Berate WTWft-felB Boatoa jprfcfc "Wc&-
thf wharf where Prisms again: board- here or in the chaingang. They are Miss Annie B. Nobles is visiting-I chicken gumbo expert, MrL L,I! of the Y. M. C. A.. where there\1 1I engagement at The opera derfe&d."
1" and dis- the direct indirect little atives in Hughey and he will make the gumbo is accommodation to seat a afternoon and night
< : his royal yacht the parade or cause of no Muscogee. I I I ample house Thursday Bdwta Walter Ucs& :lID "1. Rae
g tllUl d ed. disturbance in all the znllls and Mr. R. J. Brewton made a business which they will serve there to-day. large crowd. I I This is said to be the greatest nov For late
"9 r I While the,P. C. S. has been victorious 'elty sensation of the age in the moving
in two former games with the Y.J, picture line and is full of thrilling One of CHsijeM bits ta *T>e Lan
M. IX A. the last one was so close),situations never before attempted in ccT* to lute' ILeOe Aanf Brtn.BQrlo .
: Qo that the respective merits of the two:animated photography Hem! cuoipiaud the mate of
f'e : teams still seems to be in doubt or ate] In conjunction TrttJi this remarkablepicture llofle CahUTs "ifioUy Moonshine.
least the big association men are reluctant -: production"will be seen a number -
/ \ b 1 .._.... -'. to admit that their husky lit- of excellent new comedy creations Marion BaSnd eonplet wardrobefor
I .J shown in "Oft.. 9lsf is .C her de-
before been own
: .... tle rival is the better team and for that have never
r ( this reason'another game will be play-i+this city. E1p.

a -. ."", J:. Ia *d Friday night f Olga Ketaenole wtH make her first
.. be The Y. M. C. A. team has had several -I "The Mayor ofTokia"range appearance in "Adrieoaa Leeoovreur"
J : 9 :: good practices since the last Coe announces for next ta Baltimore

... ... tiT game and won an easy victory over Friday night Richard Carle in the farcical -, On of the latest Veernfta from thalegitimate --
another team from the associationlast opera triumph "The Mayor of
.. mt the vaudeville minks is
Friday. Judging-: from what can Tokio." which! is in the opinion of the
f be learned the-yare preparing to press and public one of the real legitimate Waiter B. Pefttos.
make a grand effort to defeat the successes of the season and Darling DooHttle t. the name of Nat
a Classical School boys this time but justly so inasmuch as there is nothing Will part la lay nv masleal corned,
; the school'team is equally determinedto I shoddy about the production and the -DIe Duke or Dn1ti.
.. maintain their championship over ,company is of exceptional merit.
The Lyceum theatez!' .; Paterson N. J.
the association men. The production wag built under the
is toe newest playbooM to be added <
I ( I V V V ./ V V The P. C. S. beyond a doubt has personal direction of Mr. Carle assisted the Btatr-Uxvlte
the best team it has ever had. The by Archie Crunn. the famous pas- fcottJccs.
\ ,MNWw ..nllwn.nwpw ,1', O t speed and snap with which its members .ter artist who devised the color Edna May hN reed a flatter!
play) ', and their clever team work I scheme for two acts and designed each offer: to bead an all star revival
.h. : has won praise: from nearly every one of the four hundred and twelve costumes "Tbe BeD of New Tortc."

\ p 1 ,I i' who has witnessed any of their games and D. Frank Dodge, the celebrated It is quite hrntT- ..,. years s.'"
and although in order to devote the Japanese artist the two massive -
me first Anvriran tour cf Sarah Bhardt.
time to preparing for examinations: scenes said to be a glorious panorama .
Bbc was then flxirtr-elgtt
they have necessarily discontinued picture of life and color. The
Is now .trn--"p
practice since they returned from New
Orleans they will get at least two -
good practices this week that will enable -
I form.them to get back into their old

Recently in. New Orleasn they held
E' o o o oo 0 0 the big Tulane University team the j

o o o 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 League champion down of the to 22 New points Orleans a City teat HERE THEYARETHE

1' 0 G G Q O U 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 the which: quality is itself of the sufficient game they to testify a. pubtang to

up and yet the local association -
team held them down to such a
close score when they returned that it
seems almost folly!! to hazard a guess
as to the final outcome of the coming:
THE ROYAL CHARIOT OF PRISCUS. VII. REX. contest but it is certain that the WINNINGLEAD

victor which ever it may be, will haveto
play a fast snappy' game from the T
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time the referee tosses up the ball EED' i
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N A TTI1J Twelve novra.
m More intoxicants are drunk between

ftft Ask Your Grocer for I, 6 o'clock p. m Dee. 31 and 6 o'clock +M nl; K IdlU
ftft -5': : j a. m. Jan 1 than during any other tooxes C C -E,4 toe u>w R
ftft twelve hours la the year, declares a YSUCRENE
writer In Whit to Eat. "Women who SUCRENEt

ftft BJS never taste liquor on any other day h JG t-d 5 fh P .f .
ftft now often make It a practice to Indulge .. L %
freely on the vent of watching the M t
ftft Ribbon old year ont and the new year in. The 11i E ?SAdlc E ,., MJJIf '
ftft seats in the great restaurants in New r co

ftft Blue York and Chicago. are engaged two
ftft I months In advance for the occasion R fYptl Irl +, ,

and on the night of the revel the orgies DAIRYFE : HORSEFE ED,
ftft ftI la width women at other times recog txicuatu. cseuaawCrYrt

ftft nised in church and high social circles / t QrEt11 t
.. .. participate "continue till daylight. AT g 5 '. T 3.5r .
ftft TJtit 'teo s- a= >:JULYIS" tSY
rfe I The scene in one restaurant is described tS

Vanilla dL as follows:
an em n. ; "Women rose to the floor and brandishing -
L- Of their spilling glasses, proposed

toasts to the bouse. Some made
...' speeches. Mea tied about their head
wreaths of wineglasses, knives and j
ru Pure Fruit Extract. Goes twice forks and loaves of bread all bound to- fTHIOLD.
& Absolutely gether by napkins, and rose to makespeeches

fu I ffiI and respectable women
laughed at them as if it were a very
and "Blue foray sight to weA -"
m as far as other kinds, the Ribbon -

ro : fUru QlY&lfl .. If........ $ IN THIS CITY BYF

m Flavor" is perfection. 10 and 25c sizes. 01aaeaaaeaaee femlnlnlsEr Let us defend is one woman of' the! In battle these standards days

,of all reformers. Whatever may S. MELLEN & CO.
ru N be said of the rehabilitation of woman

under Christianity; her lot-at least sa
._ among us is far from enviable/-Presl. _
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PAGE!: SIX THE PENSACOLA, JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING FCB-KUAHY( : 27 1908PEOPLE __ ________________ __ ____ ___ _________

:%: : :' : : ::%:::m. vvv = -- Household Hints For the Little Folks MARDI GRASLUNCti

t and EVENTS 4 I I Mardi Gras Col eft'... "In the Animal autuGn Winter" remarked Home a natural.

Cold cream is useful In many different ,
birds .In1Je.e.sts of the countryside
g 1st. "the .!
The Society of the ,
ways at this season of the year. Pr *

rI1 I.I Seen, Heard, and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and 2 i I One rose of the water best, two is made ounces of two of 'almondoil ouncesof ] their occupy supplies themselves of winter In preparIng clothes- byterian day and -Tuesday church will, Feb.serve:26 and lunch 27 Moa. ?

21jj 2 one-half] ounce of spermaceti and and bedding Just as human beings .'1.. Morrison's store corner Romani

I11 jj Tarry "'t Women and Society Here and Elsewhere one-half ounce of white nx. Melt, the would do. the and menu Palafox: streets. Following u

wax and spermaceti in a basin set into "And by their winter'' clothes," he
. a 'a:dish of boiling water. If the mixing continued "I do not mean 'merely the S MENU
nELLIE C CK. Days of Fun Fish Chowder.. .. .. ... .
By E. Telephone 669. aS Is done with an egg beater",the cream extra thick, suits of fur or feather but .1;<
will be and to use. Potato Sa'ad-------------- .1t't
:: t ::S -: ::s. :: ; lighter pleasanter all kinds of artificial rugs and blankets, Turkey Ham. Roast Pjg ..
As the,fats melt remove from the.heat lIt
: i and pour hi the almond oil. Then beat :which they manufacture themselves. Gumbo. .. .. .. .... .. . ':...t

raTLI LOVELY MRS. R. F.AT MITCHE-L'S HOME. The: Journal's Daily} Fashion Feature I Eat, Drink and Be Tha and cream"very slowly when done add, Should the rose have water the are Take famous, first blanket, theater makers.rats, They which fill Chicken Ice Cream.Salad-------------]. .. .. ... .. . '.0'"(

14tJ :Mrs.: R. F Mitchell! gave: a lovely consistency of whipped ,*ream. It desired -, their lairs in autumn with sheets<< of Oake----------------------Tea, Coffce.2LW. .

"at home" Saturday evening at her I I: Merry, for To a few drops of violet extract: may the gray vegetable down,that grows on

rr{ residence on West; BsJmoat tnat be' added before It congeals. Keepin various ,plants l In the marshes and by

rJ brought together<< a. group of charming a glass: .or earthen! jar. The addition : the banks of rivers and brooks. Their
"women and girls, to assist at the hospitable morrow You of cue/quarter dram of liquid benzola beds are often composed of the soft

-L ] function. eie 4i Just' beforq the mixture cools helps to beads of reeds: that have been dried
4j The hostess was extremely attractive : .* I
ti. in a sweeping!; gown of white ( MayBeDead.' keep! It sweet. and ripened by tbe autumn sun with J'
I silk crepe chiffon awl Mrs E. .F. 'jjIlj: I rushes and vegetable down for bed- 1 J1J..1J
r Bro who received with hr wore an I To, Clran a Fialn Coat. clothes. -

equally: ] becoming and dainty dress of 1r S : rir&t dip the rain coat. In cold: soft "Then there are the field mice, which

.r :white dottoa1 swiss over blue silk. water then with a-scrubbing! brush and make their winter beds with layers or

)Irs. C H Diahnun in cream lace II I '. -.. ye'lovf! soap.proceed to scrub it all over dried grass and dead leaves.- They are LADIES I

I ?; and Mrs. J. Walter HiRgms in white I baring spread on a table. When thefilrt also fond of a few stray feathers and
f.. chiffon cloth and Miss Colin Smith in Heinz ...... Is the coat la
; Apple! Butter 40cHofaz removed dip repeated but most of all they prize the
moss, Of the Gadsden Street
,. ,:. I 'iwhlto assisted t, India Kclish.. .. ....30c j 'waters to get rid of the Buds, but do 'white fluff of 'a kInd of grass which M. E.
The floral decorations were particu Ii Dimkle'a Celery<< Salad! ......30cF I not wring It. hang up in the air or In Church will serve Lunch in a
them ]luxurious mattress.
1r makes for a
Jarly tasteful The reception hall was
Ii Chinese Preserved Ginger. ,40c: an airy room, but do not put near the
$ lu ferns. bamboo and La Frame Oyster Cock-Tail I Curiously enough. they do not care. for Tent corner Garden and Pal
Catsup..30cPQSENAU&GERELDS fire. must be
; Paint
or grease spots removed -
2 roses. sheep's wool or the hair of any animal afox Street next to
: Avery'sHardwaoe
The ,parlor was a lovely] hit of D J by spirits of turpentine warm as it would be. ,
fcpring. In ferns hyacinths ann Jon / common soap will do the rest. Tbe "\\
qirils while the dining room was atlrea.m t i1 dfrtiest spots: will necessarily' need the feathers and are partial to hay and Tuesday, Feb. 26 and 27.
in white and } most scrubbing Hot water should never -
pale pink grem
also dried thistles (a prickly] sort of bed,
: '4 The table] all in white with a hand I be used in cleaning a rain coat:
poma real] late center piece and its T/J8 one would suppose). They huut for Fish Chowder.. .. .. .. .. .. .n,
i fancy CrDcers
r other exqutei.p appointments was of Care of the Range. wool or hair and when they have collected Ch'cken! Gumbo.. .. .. .. .. 'IC

.k course the objective point of admira Phone 391. Pemncola. Constant care both in regard toblacking sufficient weave it up with the Chicken Salad. .. .. .. .. -1 "
k '" tion. The flowers were superb La \ I .. ] ana fire is'the to be paid hay into a very snug bed. Ham Sandwich. .. .. .. . .11.p

;; France roses and the same deKcateJitafc price .. CoffeeCake .. .., .. .. .. .. .. 0 c
by housewife If she would have -- ---
.;?i tint was carried out in the candies -------- ----- ------ .I every << -= Finger Trick. .. .. .... .. ... .... .. .0,1Ice
nice The better
and .shade and the candies' Palmes! K lly who has been at Mrs.: a looking range. grades Cream--------------- Its
Sit in a air.nndrest. the tip of the
cakes and Ic-- creams were In pint Brown's since h5 was wounded, will I of stove polish will! not burn off except i Chocolate. .. .. .. .... ..' .O ,
: I and white. .S. :, be able to return home to-morrow. the range Is allowed to become red hot. first finger of 'either' hand on the top

,j .: ,A group of "rosebuds" serving were 4 In most cases this Is a waste of fuel of your head. Ask ,a person to raise

f : ; :ailss Marie McGill. Miss Susie Dish ... Mr. and :Mrs. L. B. Torrence of and careful and Judicious use of the the hand by grasping your wrist.' San- (r 'ii (l ({l
*;t4 man. Miss Emma Wt1s nIiss, :: Marguerite Chester Ill., are visiting their brother dampers. Of course where a range' is dow with all his ,strength, could] not
and Alma Finch. AllI lift the band of a child. He would
Miss what
r and wife Mr. and Mrs. Albert Torrence used all day under might be called -
I wore dainty whita frock or white raise the from the floor but its
509 East: G J1.>4en. forced ,draft it will require blacking child ,
over pink or 4>]lue. every other day bat under ordinary finger would not be moved from ''its .
4 Mrs. OugooJ H. Anson gowned in -
fl head.
-i$ ;. r4 blue and white presided at the punch Mr. Albert] McDaniel a prominent circumstances twice a week should be
Another trick .shows how easily the c::
ample c> -rtrel1
f: tjcwl], a magnificient cut gla s affair business man of Tampa Fla., and Gin ,
garlanded] about the brim with Forciosa cmnati 0., is in the city for several strength in the fingers of any ordinaryperson's FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
ferns and clusters of malagA days. Caefal Kitchen Utensil. band can part the 'fists of a Pensacola

k ? L grapes in most tempting fashion. The meat tenderer herewith shown Is strong man. Place your fists togetherat Fla.

f; -.- simple and can be conveniently and arm's length, let another person
Olcott of : but weiJremember.ed
Mrs. Montgomery,
I The many friends of 'Mrs. James quickly] manipulated to effectually sever strike simultaneously] your ]left fist
. by many friends as f.
I ',.. Knowles were pleased to see her able former resident of >Pensacola.] is the' all sinewy particles In the meat and with one finger. in a downward direction -

, ; to drive out On Suna'a ''. the first time carnival guest of,Mrs. C. B Vetter. I yet' leave It in a compact and tender and your right fiat with one fingerIn
t -: B'nce September<< condition. The tendering tool is formed an upward d ect1ou. No matter
: of a handle and puncturing fingers, bow hard you press your fists together -
.t Mr. GMr McGill: of Cincinnati who 'Wholeome and. health promoting, will
which stellated to make they fly apart. -
are a multiple
._t arrived Thursday on a visit to his sister Blue Ribbon Vanilla. Absolutely] pure. !
. .
tj :.Mrs\ Loufcs De 1. Blocker his Goes twice as far and gives desserts
t I hrothr Mr Charles McGill and niece the "Blue Rttrboa Flavor.. Why "0" !. Round.

... (% MIs5 Mane will rsmam for the Coronation As every one knows, the letter "o"
,'$ A festivities, leaving probably to- is the fifteenth In the English alphabet.It .

I kt morrow. CARD OF .THAWKS. has four sounds, one of which as in

':s f THE PRINCESS S KuT?ED COSTUME. We wish publicly to' acknowledze' go, is probably one of the oldest and

A Miss Sue Magraw o* Hayneville, "" ..... ,: our thanks to the friends and neighbors helped] to fix its shape. The I letter in
.rL :Ala.. is visiting her aunt Mrs. 3. J. !I yuue tne smartest suits for spring' haircloth stiffened hem, the princesseffect who tendered us such kind attention the Hebrew and Phoenician alphabet
Gullhan time wear ard those which have the carried several inches above I during our recent 'sudden af- '
circular gored or pleated skirt cut the waistline, those front pleats stitched -j j fliction. Especiallywould we men- corresponded to the' ]long o was

t Miss Marguerite and Miss Anna princess, for any one of these three flat to half way between 'the waist I lion the superintendent and chef! called ayn or eye and was represent.

Ft ci Buzzett of Apalachicola are visiting are equally good style, their selection line and the knee. The little! bolero I I train dispatcher of the Louisville and ed by a rude drawing of an eye. Of

,iI their cousins the Mise.es English. depending on the. length of the skirt jacket has a broad collar outlined I1 I Nashville! for ttoeir efforts to hasten course this was often rendered simplyas
'ii..i41; and the build of the wearer. The circular with the baby velvet which takes the the return of the father to his home. a circle with' a dot in the middle,
.. [ Mrs. J. E. Cotter of \palacbicola. is skin is found best for those costumes form of stoles in the front and graduates :- These sympathies have relieved an .JaAT: TDDEaD. and at last it became the custom to BRUSHES THAT WEAR

;F Ju the city visiting friends for a few for semi-dressy wear while the from the shoulder to' a pleat otherwise almost unbearable sadness cutting- edges. These puncturing fingers omit the dot, which gsve: us merely a not tear the hair-brushes thai an

R days gored and pleated models are betterin which ends below the edge of the jacket :- WM. H. CARQ AND FAMILY. are arranged In rows correspond- circle, the present form of the letter. I strong and seniceable. shapely an!

the round swing-dear length. Any In the back. The sleeves are three- lug to openings In the bedplates. In beautiful] wifhal-take up quite a bit
Mss! JOSie Austin of Apalachicola] of the new spring materials would quarter length, and have broad turn operation the meat la placed smoothly Strength of Ice. I 10f our showcase and drawer room
10 ii ,'Isitingliss Josie Roberts. develop well in this model in flow. the Cktmece Boy )Reeit 4 It. ,
; this back cuffs of velvet. The
piece between the bedplate and the guide Winter brings ice and I ice brings Many forms and slz sUUtary"( : or
+ instance a lustrous navy blue bro .1. chapeau is one of the new satfor r There was a rich merchant who be- plate and the tool forced Into I single' ), many prices. And not hal
tendering skating. which
t' Mr. Will Fr)'. Mr Michael] Hickey. cloth light In weight, is trimmed with shapes, bat up high in the back .lth came interested in bright little Chinese makes the bearing brushes 'only-tooth brushes na :
F ,ar.dIr.. Charlie Weatherstone. are a velvet in the same shade. Th- the opening, the blades penetrating the strength of ;1ce a subject of Interest
circular yellow buttercups which contrast well I boy and told:his father that he brushes, flesh brushes too. Brush uj
,trio Apalachicolans] here for the skirt with its inverted pleated with the blue satiny straw the trimming L- would take him Into his employ] when meat and severing the sinews. The operation A. conservative esttaate is as follow! ; on brushes.
; i carnival. front. shows the : Is repeated until the entire surface Two Inches in thickness will
, dressy length, afforded by a band and bow of he could speak good Engl.ih.M1ot! support
4 a band of the velvet set above the blue velvet and a soft cream aigrette. pidgin English" warned the merchantBy of the meat has been satisfactorily a man; four inches, ,a man on horseback HOOTON'S PHARMACY,
Captain De Montmolen] of the worked
over. ; five laches.'
an eighty
poundergun <<
tamer "Gertrude is tlw : the way "pidgin English" is what
.Fr city
; eight loc ae., a battery of artillery The Birthplaceof Prompt Deliver
4' guest; of Mr E. R Cobb been instrumental in awakening to Is now happily improving. Anotherson : Is known'as "business English" and Palatine a Bathroom. with and
carriages bones
; the wonderful possibilities ef right Dr. H. B. Tiller of Vernon, arrived is pronounced "1 dgln'* by the Celes- Brush the wall free from dust and ten attached Phone 1100.

1 Mr.: and Mrs W 1. Roberts-form"rrly living Mr and Mrs. Spiegel have Sunday 1 -- Miss E>'.(?rett,-have gone to won a warm place in the regard of :B. of this city and Dr. R. E. who ac "buslnesj." size. Apply with a large brush. Almost SA

tt housekeeping: at 503 Rist Garden this community where a cordial welcome -companied his 'sick brother from Atlanta :. One day the father brought the little kind of glue will do for this I
rVl will always greet their return. ] where, both were in college All I any Sad Condition. T$ I
to the merchant telllag'bim
boy that
; :Mr.: an'li'Irs.. Evrett Pehlp Me- + are guests, at the home V Dr. JtJn B. work, but It should be free from lumps Til be a nurse," Bald little Ylc.t J I
.. i.41 Caskey' of Peno! > ot.I.. andlr.:: Hon. Thomas Mitchell of Qunicy, Tiller where the sick brother has beenso he now could speak.most elegant Eng- 'and not too thick. Next apply one coat She"And cure the family so quick!" I
and Mrs. Claude Joure Holmes of Fla.] is in the city visiting his son :Mr devotedly nursed since he reachedthe lish. The mt'rChant'dld not believeltfrom of paint. thinned with turpentine so And donned tied kerchief an apron long: and whIte Welcometo
: 'fflosalvnn Fa.rm.1 :: West the short time he had 'been at it, that it will dry without gloss.When a cap on tight !
ass" are a merry tLF. Mitchell and family on city. any But then: "Oh. dear$. cried little VIOj.
; ,quartette E'npo"ingIardl\ Gras as a Belmont. but to give him a chance said: "AH that coatis' dry finish with one "There lan't anybody ..kkrToutit'a ;

. : ,1 ''feature of their honeymoons. Mrs. :F G. Ramsey of Union Springs right; say 'Little'Jack Homer for me. coat of paint mixed with one-fourth '- f iapanior.} I I '
-41 + Mrs. C. B. Rosrrs of Jacksonville, AlaS Is visiting her cousins the MfssetsHOIIDes Do you know it?" The little China common varnish. I
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31 :Evangelist O P. Spiegel. aiwlfe his, Fla.. is the guest of her daughter :Mrs. on East La Rua.1 boy smiled delightedly, proud to be -- --------- I

left Monday morning for their R. F, Mitchell.. able to show off his knowledge and TIED DOWN
v.i ;Jx>mp In Plainfleld I N J., for a brief! -4 this is what the merchant heard Salve For Chapped Lip. 20 Years' Slavery! -'-How She Got Free-
. ,!1iTest' Ix-tfbre resuming their great work Mrs IL B. Tiller of Vernon, Ga. air. and Mrs. C. El Brawner and son : Take come marrow out of fresh beef dom.
W Judson of Castleberry Ala, arrived 'Ittee Johnny forcer bones, add to it white
evangelization. They firry with' left 'Monday morning for home after a/piece of wax
J '!'thpm the Monday on a visit to their 'brother Mr. B long Insides corner. the size of filbert nut melt these IA
: prayerful good wishes of spending several weeks at the bed Makes chow chow one Clismas pie. a ingredients djspepsla veteran who writes
F. :EL
. ,- Tioot ofVarnost eouUnoin they have side of her son. Dr. O. B. Tiller who and family. ne put Insldee turn together, then remove the result from one of England charming rural KingPriscus
I Catches big piecee plum. from the fire and add to It a piece homes to tell how she won victory:
-- ._-, ------- ----- ':Mr: and Mrs. Charles] Covineton.. HI yah!' What'one good chilo: myP of gum camphor the size of the wax in her 20 years' fight. naturally exultsin

;r *.+*.....+.+..++..+++.+.........+.+.+*+++.*.++*+*+*.+:i ci formerly. ting relatives.Misb' Dansby are In the-city and an ounce of gty<>erln. Stir this until "I her feel triumph it over the coffee habit" : II i
? the camphor is dissolved, and add to a duty to tell you she
V I For ixpert Watch Repairing and it a of oil says -how much good"Postum Food
few drops of roses. I
c q ; Mist Brooks of Bagdad. Ha. is the Coffee has done ,ne. I am not only

The Corner I: guest of Miss Flossie and Miss Georgia Engraving, go to grateful],, but Also desire to let others!
Cozy t Boyer. Cleaning Terra Cotta.
who may be suffering as I did, know*
I t i + J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler The color of terra cotta ornaments of the delightful! method 'by which 11
: Mr. and Mrs. that
Pepper are entertaining faded may be restored by was relieved. i!
their two sisters and 213 South Palalox! Strest. being immersed In a bath of skim milk -I had suffered for 20 years from,
S Tn<> ,eozy corner is now a famehar sfstt in many:'homes. brother-in law, Mr. an'd1">. Gray of for twenty-four hours. The discoloration dyspepsia and the giddiness that usu-,,
: Generally some corner is set aside, i t:. Montgomery Ma Ala.] and Miss Emma The Latest Designs in Watchesand may then be washed away with a ally accompanies that painful'ail-: I and his
hone of
Luverne, Ala.
ment and which
sponge and clean water. A dilute solution frequently
Jewelry. prostrat-I

i For Pretty Odds and Ends in .: .' i 4. Mr. and at tt'a.hs't Mrs. F.evening\V. Marsh for Mr.entertained Jm-, is! also(of-sometimes either oxalic used or sulphuric for cleaning acid ed and me.cocoa I never and even drank milk were toostrog ,':

tlee Parkhill and Mrs Parkhill, Tal-] terra otta. for my digestion, so I used- tea.! Merry

]ldhass: | Furniture and tt when I
Furnishings found' in a package of
1 i home to-morrow 'but Mrs. Parkhill and j To Keep KnJrti .'ght. Grape-!
Nuts the little book The Road toWelvilFe.
t son Joo will remain for several dart>.| Without care knives not In use soon ] .' I IMAner .
-S t I e'sNoIndigestion spoil. Keep them in 'a box in which
'. It Is not. necessarily expensive to that careful
a corner
arrange a reading of the
4 :: 'Major and] Mrs :'J. M. Berriman of; sifted quicklime has been placed. The
will be cozy comfortable and inexpensive( : a place the Salvation booklet I was curious to try Postum! Subjects
SJ Army left Sunday evening -< blades] should be
: where you can lounge and feel at ease with the worUand 4 for Xew Orleans. Mrs. covered with this, but Food Coffee and sent to 66 Shoe Lane 1:i

,4 ::; yourselfWe : man's sisters the charming singers Bern-i must'nOt touch the handles. which London, for a package. I enjoyed it:

4. f have just the things to fit up such a corner, and Known as "the Jaspenon Sisters," left i should be occasionally exposed to the from the first and at once gave up
4 1: hope you will talk' the matter over with us. King .: Monday for th!ir 'home In Baldwin! i i: air to keep them from turning yellow. tea in its favor. I: po--

,, IPrlseas's home furnished from our store. county. "I began to feel better very soon.My .:

-- BlaarhtaErmine.. giddiness left me after the first,

i ;: Miss Mawte and Miss Alice Sater-| Beat out the dust and sponge the collar Jew dajs use of Posium and my Sol Oahn Go.
MA.RSTON & QUINA field of Nashville Tt>nn., arrived ]last ;with peroxide of hydrogen. Lay it stomach became stronger so rapidljf &
evening and a* carnival guests ofj! where properiy cooked In the 8ua for some boars, sponging every that it was not long till I was abe! I II
: Miss food is eaten. We buy I (as I still am) to take milk }
Virgie Kli meJer .on East Gads-, hour with the peroxide. Then fili and many Th. Pure Food
i 1081'110 s. Palalox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. : den. the finest. tenderestand the far with boracic talcum and shut It other articles of food of which I was! Store.

:.......................... .............."....J The many friends 4.of Mrs. T. F." So-I, fresh juiciest and of steaks the best, roasts,and c
wril of Pine Barren formerly Mb's'I cur cook has had many Th. Cloth.. Clocet. that Poatom 'makes good red blood.:' Phones {Ilt?
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--------I----- ---- Delia Cl.vbunws 'of this city will b>: years experience in preparing "I have become very entbus'ast'c! :
t1) pleased to ]learn, that she Is her, for appetizing foods. In a' clothes closet place a lump of over the merits of my new table beverage ,
the carnival guest of Mrs. S. C. Rup.r Carnival visitors invited fresh charcoal for it will prevent the and during the past few months

Moustaches \Wigs Masks pert formerly Miss Genevieve Mur-j to dine here. unpleasant smell!! which clothes have have conducted a. Postum propaganda -,

phy 227 East Wright, when they have been stored away. and among my nefghbors which, has
S + this especially]) applies to woolen goods. brought benefit to many. and I shall';' pu
for the Mardi Special
In everything Gras Wire e
fact merry-makers.
Mrs Barnes and suter-In-Iaw Mlsa j continue to tell my friends of the -bet.te ,
]'Masks IOc. Assorted Papflr and COlb Domtno Masks. 50 eac Nellie Barnes of Gultport, MLsa, are I Do Rot TOM tbo Baby. way' in which I rejoice' Name'

Large and sm1Lll bells 5 anti 10e dozen.Coe's visiting their uncle Mr. J. W. Gay. Kandy Kitchen Cafe Teasing a baby is dangerous. Many given by Postum Co*, Battle 'Creek.Mich. ." to His Majesty N

4 child baa been attacked wIth convulsions orsJ
-. it :: BOOk s"tore.rh. Mrs. W. T.- Powell. of Bitoxi Miss.. I ........ because! of being tossed. Move There's a reason. That little the King

.... 235. 2'3 South Patafpx at,..,. ,.......,. i Is In the city accompanied by her son 104 S.PalafM* Phone 999 the baby gently cp and down. It will] "1'hRoad to W'!l1ril1e." book'i'
Mr. Howard Huff visiting her daughter -
aid In his digestion. found in pkgs. of Postum and :
Mrs. (Oapt) Ed. Prowti. Jfr. Nuts.


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I t O.trich-What do yon mean by trying to steal my suit Put 'em down at one*.-

1I r I II Monk-Can't It's a matter of life and death to. me. The !Jon'. In my shop waiting for an egg shampoo.
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I \ I What She Grasped.The I Not A Lame Senator.He JNATURALLY.J

man on the street car with a newspaper "Think of the two hundred million dol.lara had been hanging around the desk .
happened to observe that the old it will cost to complete the canaL of a hotel in Washington for 10 minutes
lady next to him on the right seemed Interested Think of the stupendousness of the whole before the clerk asked what was wanted Daisy-At least Chollle knows hla own mind.

and he laid the paper aside and enterprise! Can yon. grasp it. madamcan and mentally sized him up a* an office- Bessys-Then he has a very limited acquaintance. ,

said: you grasp HI" setter from the wild and woolly West. ""-'f ;-;

/ "Madam you have, of course heard of "Well. no. air." she replied as she "Senator Blank stops here, don't he?"

the Panama Canal enterprise" hitched around some more. .'No, I can't was asked.

"I-I think I have, sIr." ahe replied. say that I can. but I've'got half a dollar -Yes sir. he does."

"Think of It, madam-think of digginga and .am on my way to market and "Was that him that 'ome along a fewSenator r
1t great ship canal 80 miles long and If you'll please tell me .whether 'taters

some of the way through hills CO j( feet have gone up since yesterday I shall bea

1 1 high. thousand times obliged to you." T ... 1r

"Yes sir. He was a mean man. He turned hI.
t Think of the largest ships afloat pass-. ::
st tag. -througb,that canal! back on her and began reading again V _

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Cande-The best bank a man can bar is brain '.. ?

Clara-I should think you would always be overdrawing your account .

Blank atop here?"

Wanted A Rebate. minutes ago and took a toothpick from the

-rb!. public talk and congressional Investigation "I don't think so."
hr I 1 !
of railroad rebates to favored I IJ I "He walked with a stiff knee and'dldn't'look -

be lost the at all like a fighter. T
shippers may on average W
7.LY "Then It wasn't Senator Blank. He has 3nf \
man,1 said the Boston drummer "buc; I
: no stiff knee and you have only to look
know of at least one person who is going I .
at him to see that he Is a fighter. Do
to take advantage of It. I was at an express yon want to Interview him?"

office in Connecticut a few days :':Qkv i1tLI "N-o, I guess not-not It he Isn't a WHAT HE THOUGHT.

ago when a tail lathy young man of .: \ lame man." Smithson: "I want to 'hire a horse. lie must be gentle and quiet, mnstn't bit
about 23 appeared and said to the agent. o ,. "What difference does that maker* or kick orLivery -"

"Well Jim the: whole family hUe got. ': .. "A heap my friend. I wanted to ask Stable Keeper: "You'll find a toy store in the next block You want a
It." 1r him what corporation owned him. but If hobbyhorse."

"What In. It. Sam?" r r, he's got two sound legs; and Is a fighter 1 .
i sr guess I'll let It go and write him a postal
"The diphtheria and the doctor says the "
card! JOE KERR.
whole five will probably die of. It. It '
they do I shall have to send them back I"I First Farmer-Did hear that fellow pray for the Senate M, ? c.... Taking His Chances.
to the old home in Pennsylvania to be Second FarmerlIe didn't pray for the Senate: He looked at them and prayed

burled. for os 1 I was driving along the highway as a
"It's a sad ease." said the agent as be I Long Island farmer'was digging potatoesand
hook his bead. .. j It stopped to ask bow much he expected .
to get a bushel for
"Tes. pretty sad. Too stand in with < I 1g
the railroads of course?" said he would tell me If I would wait for

alf want to know,: what rebate TOO C 7.>' 'Ii'l a few minutes, and 'he dropped his hoe
"Why, we make use of railroads. \ :- ; l
going to .110....." 7 ,I Ill and went to the house He was Inside a
"Well figure on the five of .
IIIrl good 20 minutes and when he reappearedhis 1- ,
They'll most likely go and I will be to"I '.
worth my while or I shall shipby -.1 wife came to the door with him.
favored shipper and I want to know .
j other company! "Say, stranger" said the old man as he '
rebate you are going to allow. It's got JOE KERR. 1q 'e 1
:- ,: z 't afire n+ ; rrtI got back t'o the fence "do you know

I l'rC'1t! anything about them articles on "Fren ttr.

Y i.,,;;.}.Y* .l' "',t.'- L.Tt' l ) zied Finance
"You mean those written by Lawson.
of Boston?" -
"Yes, he's the feller. I have been
trying to find that last article of his, but
r It ha been mislaid. I can't remember
rI I whether be advises us farmers to go long
or short on 'taters. but I'm wlllln1 to
take chances on It."
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v 1 .,rlt'tifljjjJJ 1 I 'W'W'I "Well what figure; will you put on five
I bushels of potatoes?"

t' m ) 'I,, Ili "I guess about $-1 a bushel as they run!" r 1
I tried -to convince him that be was
( $!.50 above the market price but he said ry
I that potato salad was going to be. all
I Geta.Y3.-EaJ the go in fashionable society and would

\ lead to a sharp advance in the price of "Do yon know anything about 1W
tL ( vJL BRAGGING ABOUT IT. tubers and be went to whistling and them article oa Frenzied Fi
----: digging again as I drove off.
9 Mr. Bronson-Please notice the followIng JOe KERR.
A In your paper: The engagement Is naacet"Y
announced of Miss Mary Anne McGuire
/lilt 1 1tl to Mr. Benjamin Broiison.

I Reporter-But ;,ou'r. already married.Mr. .
Bronson-Sure; but I want everybody

to know that I've engaged a cook. ,
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larsi Felicia! : "Don't be afraid slate r: remember we are Christian Scientists. TNr .69 Miss McGuire la It.

Miss I'rlscllla: "Yes. but I don't think: the mouse is." 1 1 1t

: He Learned Somethfng.II' .

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: was a celebrated lawyer on his w

way to argue a case before the Supreme 1IV
Court of the state and when a farmer
dropped into the seat beside him he said:

t "I am glad to see yon air There Li s
1 something I have been puzzling about 4v\
for the last half hour. I notice that \ :i{
cow we pass Is without horns."
put Kir arm arov.nd.her v/cuwt "Ten. that's the case with most of 'em,"

The color left her Cheek: was"What the reply.puzzles me Is to know' how It

:])ur upon IhevfLouIder aCbij1 coca' could cornea hardly about. find When a cow I was without a boy horns.one s b

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them ?
-- "We? air not exactly" replied the ,
,the horns off
> farmer. -The owners .
'::\ .4"1.:. .-/ ::e"r ; ....-!. to use as ax handles the tails and off> the for mock cold '. .! :;; '.
weather freezes ,
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turtle soup and so we get the cow ," -. ..
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"., HIS REASON. the aoay
.. !' Henpeck like to be .an election Judge.{ "B/'john.; but one can learn something Bonds Sf Women have more tban.nienj.Yo i _Ner at1b w
wondered Mrs Stockson\ sepse. _
Hobson-Why? k .1 sh ": ._ UwWaTb Yeaned bark and I them puling all their 'money in" stocks. -
The law won't allow wife'to loaf around within a hundred hot summer weather didn't
Henpeck- my why
1 KER Stock Bonds No. they, prefer putting it la stocklags.
"boiiy, : "What la the safest way for me to go through: the slums? .1 feet of the poll:;- .- "' 1-'; ,- : horse,freckles I and.tan.. JOE in
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A Hearty Welcome tO All. S. A. FRIEDMAN I Pensacola's Leading' Liquor Dealer extends a hearty welcome to all Tourists and Visitors from West Florida.

: Alabama, and from everywhere, and he invites them to make his place of business their headquarters, while in the Deep Water City. He is the

L : Agents for tho Famous Blue Ribbon Bottle and Draught ,Beer. Which is the best beer mall the wide, wide world. Take no other, but call for the famous Pabst Blue Ribbon

ir The Beer of Quality. There is none just as good. Sold in all first-class Saloons and in Clubs

,S, A. Friedman sells all the Leading Brands of Whisky, Wines, ; }: S A fld' m a n

-Liquors, Cigars, etc. '.<. <& $ e t ,

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3&rth\vest Cor. and Streets f ::'-.. : \ t I .. '-, PENSACOLA FLA
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___ I''PEOPlEAPPROVETHE r-w I McMillan' Bros. Co.l& hANNUITIES -

4 ll fe'MS r$! Make WL ESTATE KING \ !

THE EQUITABLE LIFE issues annuities In various forms
I to meet the circumstances of those who wish to purchase
JOURNAl'S JRANSF'ERSFoilowlng PRISCUS'' and in all,cases pay a much ]larger income than could be secured -
Our Store .. by, any other form of investment. Willbe glad to explain .
i to"you the'r advantages. King Priscus carries iasur
in The Equitable. ...

L Your -. POSITION ( is a list of the deed recorded COLLAR AND, CUFFS --- .- --- --- .

ye.t'*' iday reported by'The _I sura ce, K'nowles Bros Gen'l! AgtsF1e

Pensacola Abstract Co: I LAUNDERED, BY, MARKETS? I Life. Pensacolaasnwixssxsxsxuxsxssm
L. :M. Davis to Josephine McWil
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; HeadquartersWhile Republicans as Well as Demo Henry Lams 'McWllliams.Doming McWilliams Jr.. lot 10 and and N The Star Steam Naval Stores. Th------

% of lot 9, block 32,. East King Tr.,'I Savannah' Ga., Feb. 26. The naval ;; _:TTr
crats Endorse Proposition $1 and other considerations.! '
J stores market closed today as PEN8AOO A ,
Wm. M. Daly to Chas. H. Turne-. Laundry. WW .. .... ... : .. .. .. ..620
** to Secure a New lots 1 and 2 of block 2 of East Pn3a-I WO: .. .. .. .. .. ........6 llK > Iron' Works and Supply Co.
cola City Co., subdivision of Sec. 5 T. 37 E- Careen St.: Phone 114. .'- .. .. ..' .. .. .. ".. .. ..5 90 i
Postmaster. 2 S. R. 39 W.., $300 and other consid- f en. eola. floI \ M.:.. .. .: .... .. .. .. ....545 Manufacturers and Repairers of 2

,?J eratfons. .: K:." .... ... .: ..... .... .. ...520 BOILERS
Taking in I J. A. McDonald to A. J. Mackey.lot <"""' ___ ] I.. .... ... ... .. ... .. ..455 MACHINERY AND 2

The Journal's editorial of Sunday :3: as surveyed by W. C. Beck an,} be _u_____ ___ _u__ .._ ._ II.... .. ... .... .. .... ..425 FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES -
& morning opposing the reappointment i iI In'g in SW 4 of SEW of Sec.. 5 T. 5. : G ... .. ..: .. .. '........ .:405' STEAMSHIP REPAIRS ,A SPECIALTY r-
I of Psnsacola's present postmaster I' N. R. :30 W.$90. I I D r. W 00 11 ers SD."l' J'REE t .. F .. ....' _. .. .. .. .. .. ..405 Prompt attention given to all orders day or night Agent
p seams to have voiced the sentiment I Jos. H. Lyons to Amelia: Lyons W opium users of, laudanum morphine,, E .,- .. .. .. ._ .. .. .. ..* 05 ;; for James McKay & eo:s ce.ebrated Log and Timber Does aLso ;
theMardi of almost the entire community and te of Arpent lot 25, Old City. $1. PAINLESS fliiirofcpium.co-j D'.. .. .''- .; .. .. .. .. .. .*4'05 f'i' Chains of all descriptions.. 5

on all sides from republicans as wellas I Jas. W. Crosby Nannie M. Crosby large eaiDeOrW book lSkey.of ..' C .. ._ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..* 05 Office Phon 123. PHil. WITTMAN, Mgr. ::
democrats. The (Journal's posit:on I and Nannie N. Knight to T. A. Jennings -0 P I uWb1sk on home particulars or SpIrits' Turpentine 69 cents. : Residence Pte- 1029. P.. O. Box 123.
has met with unqualified approval. II I N%' of SBV4' of Sec. 11 T. 1 S. I sanatorium treat ::s.s: )' ,"'I'
'lment. Dr.
R. 30 W., correction of previous deed.
i Gras Conditions at the Peasacola pot I : AND B. M. WOOLLBT: ,
office have become so intolerable, and i Transfers Recorded February 24. ,i iI .I ( Cure. 10(N.Pryor St. AUSLEY &. CO.'S REPORTS -
A. J. Commack to M. S. Johnson, g Atlanta, Georgia.
: prospects of improv mnt!! 'With the Cotton Market. f L
? present incumbent In office are regarded I lots 11. 12 and 13, New City,. J1COJ Liverpool. Cbs \-; 0 li'DE ,
3* as so small. that the public we!- and other considerations.Geo J n..Feb...................................5.57 _
ti1 r comes any movement which has for I II .I E. Lewis to Geo W.. Johnson Feb..Mar....................................iU.7 CGENERAL ARTHUR
its object a better and fliora compe i lots 7. 8, 9 and 10, block 10:. "New. SHIPPINGNESArrived. Mar.-April..................................3 fir
The John While Store I tant service. j I City, $1000 and other considerations.. i April.M"r ..................................561JUyJun. .
There is now talk of an organized Pensacola Land: and Investment Co ....,..............................S6t
f f. !' effort -prevent the reappointment of: to Pauline Perry, lots 11 to 15, inclusive Jnne-JlT..A.............................667 I'I
Spt>clall.t In Me,,'. Wear.2OS2O7 i j Postmaster Northup for it is general '. block f.l. New City Tract, $1 Jniy-Anguat ..............................- LOP k-'
I1Sll S. Palafox Street. i ly beheverf that President Roosevelt : and other considerations. J.l1 !t.September......:..................5.6 7
Thos. S. Denn!Wl.: An scX Wade .. .......... I,
, | will not make an appointment that is:: \\. J. Henderson to Hines Cra"er,130 September-October ... ...... 5-li ..
gill 132D, Baltimore to order. ..... ....... "
I Alone 225. opposed to the wishes of tHe people E. fL lots 6 and block I Oetober-NoTeraber ....... ... 5V)
i i 7. ;3S. Sec.
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who do 'business at this Post office. INo I!Ls I VESSEL* IK r-SRT. -December
. who is .,, T. 2 S. R 30 W.Vest King Tract, .St imshl D< i one cares appointed postmaster $ I I
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5o.Chas. LiTM-pool Spots 5.71.
so long as the appointee is a Perry to C. R. Burgovne, lots:, Alioth Dutch ss, :Mulda, 1298 Rotterdam '
---- ------ man who can and will give th/ people! 11 to 15, inclusIve} bock: 91, NewCtj: : I II I to order. .
a proper service, but the people want Tract, $1 and other consijerat-ons.! :, Farm'3um. Dutch ss, Scheltema New York Cotton Market. : I
jl Marine Grocery Co. that kind of a man and thy should j Buck Allcn: to Jones Clark lots 4.1 I 1597 West Hartlepool .to W., L. Wit Open HIgh Low O'me '
have him. I I "' .J.., lfar . Postmaster Northup's term does not 5. 6 and 7, block 318. New City Tract tich. '.........;......11W Hiil 1H.4J 10.4iJaly :! : :
604, 60S, 603 610 S. Palafox St. but the ?soo.IA I I lo'anthe. Br ss. Hodgson 1843 -St. ........;.-;..,...., JOPO IOCS 10..? K'SJ:!
' : l Phone 725. (expire for is over a :sear to be appointment -I M McMillan to Thos. Newell lot, Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. October..;........;..1.U1 1)24 1013 1017
likely ma.lany 11. block 107 East King Tract $75. i Kirkswood... Br GS, Larson, 2095 Lon. D.ceinber..ILlS 10.:'. 10.21 1021 _
V. J. VIDAL, Manager. time during the present year and for Leslie P.. Brooks to Mrs, Minnie : don. t J ew York spots,,L0 SO >
that reason the public is Interested i Colegarro. 1 lot 6., blcck 3, Donelson Pleamoor. Br ss. Preat, 2S03. Mobile
, iq now in securing a satisfactory ap- .. II to master. .' '
THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO I Tract $750. 'Wheat.
1 pointee. I :Mary: Jane Kleiser and Adolf Kleiser Secunda Br se;. Donnelson, 1309.;, Open Hixh Low Close ...
EAT her husband, to Mary E. Boyd. a I Tenerelffe to The W. S. Keyssr Co. May_.'I 6i t2l', 8It 4 61 <

X t 1; i Just Received: Foley Pirating! & Foley's Co. Chicago Honey and originated Tar. lot renzo of Vitrean land 210 ft. square in the Lo II Galveston.SliertrecLt Dutch, ss, Vessen.. 1231: ;- Jalj..-.........8'H! bl i bl 81 'me leading' for 25c< and lOc ,straight cigar sold in
Tract Sec. 1&. T. I, R
j Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung 30 W. $73.;) I Teodcra de. Tanniga. Br ss, Hudson Corn. S the United States.
Z4: 50 kits or fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per remedy, and on account of the great !2599. Hull. ,! ; '
t merit and popularity of Foley's! Honey i Tugcla" Br ss, Lacock.; 2148.: Vera Open Huh. Low Clo-to

::1 kit.50 kits Salmon. Jl 23 kit and Tar many immltations are of I Sick Headache. I Cniz. 9' May.: .. % ,4;3;'1 i 43 43:S 43'4oi)!iJalyL Frank Agent Pensacola Fla.
per feied for similar sounding names. De- This distressing aliment) results"! Vivina.. Spon ss* ISustlnza, 1&83, Liv- Reilly !, !
BO( kits halibut :3ns. $1.25 of them. The : New York Stock Market [
. per kit ware genune Folej'aHoney from a dl'ordered condition of the I Istomac erpool to Gulf Transit Co. '_ _
; ir 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound. I and Tar is in a yellow package } All that is needed to effect I I Open Cloia
. li U.:5 per kitBloaters. Ask for it and refuse any sub-I a cure is a dose or two .of Chambrlaln' -I Ships. Southern Pacific......_ Crtl4 W ....9 t .....H..................... ..o..t
Ital Genoato ......
stitute. I: is the! best for Avon. sMo. Avegno 1601 Copper.....:.:..... .. -1104 lllA1 :
remedy :
Milkers and Roes Herring Stomach and Liver Tablets. in I Rosasco Bros' 1.. S.B. M1()*, IUAtoh I
1m (:Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill coughs and colds.: W. A. D'D'Alemberte fact the attack may be warded off or I, Casanova. Ital bk, Aveino 1069. ... IIII-!. U.A..U" 4i
German Sauer Krout. druggist and apothecary. greatly lessened in severity, by takIng :Genoa. : fci! x&Wlt.B ; ::: i j Put in Plenty of Light. f l
a dose of the e: Tablets as soon as l Elvira. Port &hljj I Rodnqaes, 1483. T. Sf* : :1.
: Pigs Feet In kits. $i 00. 5.500 BARRELS OF the first symptoms of an attack ap Lisbon to oJd r. ", t 1$.& .. .. U0i 8w'.1; ;
Sold by all ,.3 .
;.;t1 Manewal land Lange's Fruit Cake. pears. druggists. fliPs... :
C.;F.I.. '3'!, C4J1i! '
National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cake. 25o PORTLAND CEMENT '-- - .-- Adele Swed bk,* Janse 596.:) Havana U. 8. 4t J. 4Z'. i for the Mardi Gras i
!4 per pound. Due Cuigini Ital bk. Olivari 125S, U.8. preferred............. 10V 107 1
$LJ We handle the celebrated blends of VV""OODAIl Genoa to order. Ii.S:....... ill!.. M't .
Coffee; roasted by the Guf! City Coffee -- I Ciampa Emella Ital, bk, 864 Ha 1..& N.....:.................. 1tj Jf8 : : m
H. P. I ............ ........ .. b ISMet. 0 f
Co. Chipman. Manager. kinds that vana. Lsd ; i .. Make of
We have just received a shipment you want. your place business. blaze with light L'gnt
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t 4 Oaxaca. Sic lb.. I Port bk. Rodriqnez. 15S6 for ._. 1'5'i HS<
Gold L'lrira
Standard. 25c direct from the crowd, the has dollars have :
Antwerp, by the barkStrathern : gets crowd; to spend you'
t.4% 1 4-iito Ib: Diamond:Oc lb.Strictly fiend 25c lb? Golden of 5,500 barrels of Portlaul OAK AND PINE I timber.Dtlagoa 291.922:Dl: ). with sft Inmb-T.701539: s ft sawn. Can.Pac N.Y.C.. 1D'4 MS: 171S 149 I I the goods to sell. Better let us put in a bi, gas arc + !rI
Cement. Send In orders lamp. will prove a fine investment
your at
once P.0.4 \MR'DO : Jt :
i fresh roasted and Gudny. Nor bk. ,Saanum: 821:! Ham ; f
as good If :you want any of it. 1ST': 140.
1I la: any Coffee sold In this cheaper than car burg to master : : t
city. you buyit
>ir4 W. IL TAYLOU & CO., 3&P ..._ I* WIb ; >
liver Send us your orders and we will de Phone :::8. 209 E. Garden Si. anywhere. Any size you Pedro IMlca\'e. 'Span. bk. Maris'ang R.I............................ ?ta:', :2l::IP. 4. (
promptlv! want. 509. Savannah to Rix M Robinson. f : : :
B *i ao1, (
., -_ .-_ __ _ Provldenza, Ital bk, Olrpsc. 11S5. T.C. .- 156 lvPenna >,
u Pensacola Gas
iii Schonlbnoks and Contagion. I Starthem Br bk, Maltland 1272, 13s-. !:&** : Company : :
__ __ A discussion of far reaching; Interest :. G. SEWEll'! Antwerp 0- .lIJP.j ................'- 15 II',4 lUtfiAuslcy .
has taken place In the }<'rt'nchcad'my I Thomas Itai-'bk,Lano, 803. Naples'I ... : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. : r,
of Medicine on the subject of class I II Phone 614.COFFEE. Umberto I, Ital bk. Ohrari, 766. : & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. 6

iI Carnival I books as disseminators! of contagion In ,_ _______ _,_ I Genoa: to Rosasco Bros. I I "New, York: Feu. 26.-The quest'o i :. .. .oo.. o..O++++.+O++........ :
pcboola, especially in the case ot such! '-'--' ---- Sehooners.Lizzie ,[lof notices in March in New York wa .
diseases as scarlet fever, mo-isles and E Demison. Am sch. Peck. ,' 'unsettling. factor this moininjj in I
. i I diphtheria. Paper has lon l been recognized ; 1 52. to master. ,I I the market,. it opening r 5; points lowerto I in fact had seen a decline of near o v; A GOOD CARRIAGE. .f
as a dangerous! agent of infection Horatio I*. Bak r. Am sch, Mohr. -i 'point higher. The decline a, over 200 points: In values: since the:

:U even in tuberculosis:: owing to the habit 720. Lagua to .J. A. Merntt & Co. I I principally In the near months Lut it:: meeting at NBW Orleans it behooved''!, When you want a fcooi: carrla! *, i

rf 1 VisitorsI among children of turning over leaves Barktntines. I was Boon regained after the ca'i It :him to make some move that would prompt service and safe and cartful
We are tbe Pioneer nas estimated fiat 30,000 notices tI
with fingers; wetted with salita. Dr Beatrice. Am bktn. Casa\ecgio; 1430 I tend to stimulate \values or give itl I
I' Kctterdam to Pensaco.a Lumber Co. I were f Issued and these were but fairly treatment remember the original f-
Lop in order to test the extent of dan.ger Coffee Roasters of II I I
j In schoolbooks made, long exoeri I Caroline Koch Dan bktn. Holm.,I well taken care of. Trade was very up and turn the matters over to the HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. t.
are invited to call i i meats to establish! the duration of In- I West Florida.McHUGH'S .- Fort de France to McKenzIa Oertmg; '' heavy and following the call there eras old bull cl'que: who did so well a cou I PHONE 185.

and see us. Want to fectlre in various bacilli, I &. Co. 'som'e''excenent support: from outside pla or seasons ago.. The farmer like I f.
power finding I' .
ot baa a
1 sources based upon the expectation It was founded in 18D2 and it
:: It to range from forty-eight honrs for almost every one else finally has to I drivers r-
the careful
much. 'as
get acquainted with Startling But True. higher prices soon as : reputation for polite and
some to fifty days for the Ebertle and BLENDShave be shown and so-far the .sliowing has: in
; People th, world over were horrified disturbance ,over March was out. of and the best informed cabmen
; .<; ii you, and want you 103 days for the Koch bacillus. General i on learning of the burning of. a,. the. way been an exceedingly poor one. the city. Following are the members
to agreement was expressed ns to the Importance Chicago theater in which nearly six Liverpool cables were about: as expected The half yearly count'atLiverpool and their hack numbers:

i ,I get acquainted of thorough disinfection! of no equal. A trial hundred people. lost their lives. 'yet coming 4 points down on spots! shows stocks there' to be 1,541.000 A. M. .So'oman.! No. 1; .\. J LegMf,
with our fine stock school! materials.latervleirlnir. more than five times this number or and 3 to 4 points down on futures. bales, of which 1,021,000 are American No. 5; J. Stallworth. No7; J E Mor-
will convince the con- over 3000) people died from pneumonia I Private cables reported a ood business cotton This coupledwith th* rls. No. 8; S. Sunday, Jr. Xo 11, "
> the Tark. : noisseur that we in Chicago during the same year, ''done' in spots in the English bearish, vis'ble supply statement on .1 H., Taylor, No. 12; O. Abdeleotb-. Vo.

iis;:j : Clothing Hats An interview with the sultan of Turkey : with scarcely a pass'n' notice. Every'one market and considerable inquiry beag Friday evening, had a tendency _to 1, 15: R. J. Parker.' No. 18; T. II h1ear t
make ? In evidence. New No. 21 S. Bibbs/No 26. M p..t. t
has its amusing side. That monarch no extravagant of these cases of pneumonia resulted Orleans reported stimulate short selling but the feeling old. ; ;
Is not supposed officially to know from cold and could have been an excellent demand for the that the movement terson. No. 30; A. J. Braswell. No 77:
any prevailed' was
and Shoes j language but his own. An Interpreter II claims. prevented by the timely Use of Cham I I better grades but very little inquiryfor about over and the visible supply in All the above are nice closed car ;
thunders Ills berlain's Cough Rem :ly. A great, the poorer ones. !f would riages.
future take
majesty's questions at the I the near a sharp ,
I Wholesale many who had every reason to. fear I' Mr. Harvey Jordan announceJ from!' Signed J. STALLWORTH.. pres.
visitor, then cringes with awe as he and Retail turn In the other direction.
I pneumonia have warded it off by the Atlanta that the holders of pledged'I By C. IL: TAYLOR Sec. and Tres.
and their listens look'ror' better market
; extremely to the words of his royal mister. We a now
prompt use of this remedy. The following -, cotton had unanimously refused to deliver -| f
The that March is practically out of the -
contrast Is close to the ridic- )
low, prices. t ulous. .At the conclusion of the GROCERSand Is an Instance' of this sort:!I their holdings to the Texas syndicate way and 81'ipclned! to think pur-
interview I
I "Too much cannot bs cad! in favor of : at 11 cents refusing anything chases soft spots will show good Florida and Alabama
'* J Hope you'll have the sultan rises and says quietly all kinds of Feed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and especIally under 15 cents and promising a hear. on I
? I In the visitor's language or in French for colds and influenza I ty co-operation in the Memph's wars- profits. LAND COMPANY :
;, : a pleasant time. "Xow that our business is over, will Stuffs.Pluto know that it cured my daughter, Laura'I' house''scheme. We have all along

you Join me In my study and have a of a severe cold, and I believe saved looked upon the Thomas underwriting No Case of PneumonIa' Record Manufacturers of a
cup of eo5eeT': her threatened wits scheme as a mere bubble that i of 0
t life when she was We do not know a single instance and Dealers In
a.LH WaterWholesale pneumonia." W. D. Wilcox, Logan, would exploda...the moment a breath i II where a cough or' cold resulted in LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN ,
iiJi i BANKS CLOSED AT NOON.The New York Sold by all dru g1stL! of actual air' should strike it. anJ we! pneumonia of consumption when Fo- GLES AND KILN-DRIEDSAP. 1t.
seriously doubt whether, had the i ley's Honey and Tar had been taken. t.t
banks of the city will be closed All Adjusted.The pledged cotton bn offered at 11 I It cures coughs and colds perfectly,so
0. ANSON at 12 o'clock Monday, February and Retail. affairs of the J. G. Welsh Carriage I cents it would have been taken.' Mr. : do not take chances with ,some unknown -I Safes! Safes! Safes! t.
;, :2Cth! and will observe the legal holiday : Company have been satisfactoryly Thomas. U .essentially a speculatorand preparation whIch! may contain

:Mardi Gras Tuesday: February, New Orleans Grocery Co. adjusted and the business is now I anything looking to legitimatetrade opiates which cause constipation Buy Diebold Safes! i
CASH CLOTHIER, 27th, 190C.!! in full operation under able manage.meat. ', is entirely out of his line. We I a condition that retards recovery froma

FIRST NATIONAL RANK.AMERICAN 'I : They are prepared lor all1;: rather! ? think, Mr. Jordan knew this as colt Ask for r'Oly's Honey and Scarritt Moreno,

Corner Pafefoi and Main., : NATIONALBANK.CITIZENS Jas. McHugh classes of work. such! as' carriage re.1 i well as any one, but as he had utterly ,,:: Tar and refuse 'any substitute offered. 'p
p NATIONAL ,JQANK.. pairing, float building horseshoeing,] failed to accomplish anything JUDBtantial i W. A. D'Alemberte druggist and '
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Seventh Year of My Reign: Attend Ye Faithful :. .#





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is My Desire that AH My Loyal and Faithful Subjects Shall at Once Repair to the Repository of C':; .- .2 : j jJ

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The Same Being located at Nos. 110


There you will find the most complete. line of Hardware, }Turpentine and Mill Supplies, Builders9 Hard- ;

ware, Woodenware, Nails, Stoves and, Ranges Rooting Steamboat Supplies, Wire, Manila ;

and Grass Rope. The purchases ye shall make of these subjects of mine, will be pleasing to me, and .1 I guarantee that the i

treatment you will receive at their hands shall be of the best in all things. .

Given under my hand and the Royal! Seal, on board! my Royal Barge in mid-sea.th, the seventh year of, my reign, A. 0,. 1906. ,

i FRISCU :sg REX: : .J -

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SHORT STORIES ABOUT who. chargesGovernor Beckham of {funs iie iTstoi IiTheamesI Fogs" took bis. place. Since he became PIANO PLEDGES. is-
I I" Carnival CostumesWILL Kentucky: with opening his letters, has town exposition: ..will.make,an effort to chairman of the naval committee the We don't- make 'Pledges to treat

almost the same Initials as the executive Illustrate. appropriations for the navy have alraogf them lightly, nor do we break them '
BE FOR RENT of the Blue Grass State.. -The gov trebled la volume. when they are made. -r
Charles A.- Stilling; the new public
Fancy Dress for Ladies and Gens. ernor's name is J.C. W. B(>('kbam. and ofthlrty.fh' Our Pianos are good pianos. We
printer Is a strenuousyoung man
- -' -- In Velvet, Cambric, etc. jle says the fact of their names being .
home. NOTICE! make that
I '! who has won a reputationfor as a positive statement
:1 SSE I. L Ira
also much alike renders his mistake in
1 Rr. .. E has "I don't know," rejoined the other, extraordinary capacity in typographical -, and are ready to back it up with our "
i' the letters excusable. But the
Comical Masks, Stockings Gloves, opening: THE galleries of the
"lIe seemed very suspicious. work. He ia a native of Merchants'Hotel
reputation gained by than
False and Hair Goodsat i has not the more twen.
Moustaches senator ( accepted governlor's will
eightynine -Suspicious said the first. "What Boston and his father- F.. B. Stillings, be reserved for the use of ty-flve ot successful"* Hasa
says apolcpy. guests exclusively during years
makes you think he was susplclousT'"fldn't veteran of tbe civil war, served oa Monday and
t4 Wall street parlance Senator: Blackburn: is one of the picturesque a Tuesday, February 26 and 27th. No experience. You can have one put In
notice, was the reply, : the staff> of the late
that he wants you I characters of the upper houseof exceptions will be made.' Please be :your home now and "pay when like"if
"how he counted his fingers<< after I had Mrs, Nordstrom's Millinery! rsrr / d General Blackmar, governed accordingly. wish.
*r' to sra to par so he congress and is famous for his pointed you ,
e shaken hands with him? ,d commander in chief
i does not usually No. 11 E. I Intendencia St. remarks and apt JACOB KRYGER. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, 1"
1- G. It. Tbe
of the A.
leave the comfort .# ,:v... .I'-,:4..-'. stories. He tells one f Propriertor. Pensacola, Florida. '
.f't. elder sailings established
Lr and protection of Midshipman Stephen Decatur Jr., I :ii< :.. n story of a lawyerIn _
in the ; ", i with others -
and .
his Fifth avenue who was acquitted of the charge of haz- : be served ia the Revolution .;:;')'tJ-:; .,; Kentucky who -
in 1793. lIe .the Boston
Et Srtt.L SAGE. home if tbe weather ing fellow cadets, is a descendant of i difficulties the father with of France the Commodore Stepljen I 1' ; was generally very 1 printing firm of I 1IGriffith ....... <+. .. *....+............+...O.......+++o+ 4-
conditions are for- the famous Commodore Stephen Decatur I was >,n., I" {'. fortunate In winning .

t dins! bnt the chance to loan money who fought the Barbary pirates In I Decatur who was the hero .of I ,"..' .' 'v' his suits InS i Stillings & CHEAP COFFEE IS |
who has beenon Co., and the sou entered I -
: Tripoli. The midshipman .
itut) JIH- rent interest which present- the early part of the last century Mld- the lower courts ofF ..
trial I Is fourth In descent from the s the employ of
i (it-si-i I!! the other Fblprnan Decatur was one-of four ca- that state and f'
day was too much .
j officer who won honors for America on t this company and | A POOR | -
v' big, : to resist Calling an auto- dets who represented Acnap'oliaacademy the Barbary coast. Ills father, Stephen ? {, equally unfortunate rose from "devil" to I -
!nubile: he as aids on in losing them by 4
iras soon at his desk and Itt I
said, placed over $0,000,000( at the the staff of Lieutenant ; fo..:<-<;..... : Decatur Sr., served in the navy duringthe reason of reversals CHARLES A.8TIIXIXGS. t'xE'Cutive'mana of the establish-E'r : What is the use of drinking coffee unless you can do so with +

General Chaffee .:.:r"* Spanish war. pleasure? Cheap coffees have that heavy muddy that *
F rvi.* of those who wished It badly SEN iron JOE by the supreme + taste nill.spoll!
,jnent. ,He was secretary '
n when he acted as i{ <. EL.tcsnt'ncourt of the com any meal no matter how elaborate it may be. THE DIFFERENCE .
>ngh: to
high Interest rates. HeM
pay grand marshal of y t Admiral Ceorge Dewey as active monwealth. One day the senator of the Washington Typothetae BETWEEN GOOD COFFEE and bad coffee is BO great that we can't .

: have received as high as 120 pert the Inauguration day f i head- of the navy, has a keen InterestIn ( find In train for two years and In that position received i. see how people buy some of the alleged coffees that are sold. Our J
: the a
:t but all he exacted was 85;: to 00, {chanced to lawyer of :!,"Ol). The .
March. the Annapolis Naval academy, and a salary $ print- Cafe De Monde Coffee has been a standard and popular coffee here *
last :'ir"J1- and the at
parade cf Louisville on
ieh was about the average between 1. he Is strongly opposed to hazing, believing I pulling out ers' board of trade of Ne'York offered for the past 13 years. Carnival coffee In cans, 1 !la. 40( cents, 2 Ibs. 0
Decatur was '+ E
law k.r
Young huge
eh: eitreme fluctuations. It Is stated "4 -K; that such practices.at Annapo- I torney's 'k 1eeWlS' spread a him double l this salary ., act as its 75c 3 Ibs. $1.00 is of exceptional flavor and aroma-others like it *

fcat he made $20,000 In three hours, appointed to An'l, ?! lie seriously interfering with the I volume, which he appeared to be devouring manager. In becoming public printerhe 2 and :you will too. Phone us your coffee wants. We guarantee you +

*:';ch was considered pretty good forman napolis Hampshire from In lJO'.l.y New t ,.:: .. ,4i"t-.i.i ,, work are that institution should perform "'with mum Interest. "Well"don't my will take a salary smaller by $i00 will le pleased. King Priscus drinks it and says "it's fine." *

a who became I friend, said Mr. Blackburn than he received in New York but it
an officers for ships i
Is considered a In turning out good office to 14 W Garden The :
He in I
time enough your Popular
almost{ get y,
ton years ajro. V of war. lIe Is not,i Is considered quite an1 honor to be the LAZJACOBY
bright fellow and BTEPHEX DECA- I I I fetching law books TNNN
It U read law without : Phone 183 Grocer. .
paid In Wall street that Mr. opposed to evenly head of Uncle Sara's printing department .
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sixth a sniffed"contemptuously. '
6-::"s: ?. try! never dcscd oji an ..luyetHl'Ml. .stands numbering, 124, f matched fist fights, i on a journey The lawyer and this is supposed to overbalance ...NN1.N.NNNNNNN..NN..NNNNNN '
class -"This isn't law that
; '. : I t I the of Income involved in the
n ,:; ,:1t two pro making him one of the star members. iI however, as he says I'm reading," said he. "It's volume. loss
; "sere oace .af: !!! 'i on bin to interest the fifth of his name to serve lathe >a '!!::1t: "a man who is goIng case of Mr. Stillings.
L lie Is Bah, relating to the decisions of the su-
u in a cert;,scheme.. took Decaturwas to make fighting fc
They The first Stephen. !ii of F- -jL
navy. court of the state Kentucky.
t-r: Ieae e. h.a\ing been told that Mr. French naval: officer; who came .,. his" profession' in life I preme Congressman George Edmund Foss, '

"'':&'* < in the .
America l who
to : St. George Tucker, recently
r who advocates building more battleships
roinafew days. and settled In Rhode Is- v{! ,. to fight. As .for
"I i LPIPVp'"e Rot him,.. said tbe century Stephen 'was the firstAmPricanrommniorP I <1, hazing, he thinks the succeeded The late General Fitz- and armored cruisers, speaks
His son Y.F
land. of the James-
Hugh Lee as president .
'sr with authority on naval affairs for
prrtmrntr and ,. limit of toleration
ht y>efull.v on the way or the nuroe P
!-- i has been r aebedADmR.L town Exposition: company has been in has made a thorough study of the subject East Hill Grocery Co {.

_.i', -dOUR DEWET. and says: ",fbatE'\"- Europe urging upon transatlantic countries lIe succeeded to the post of chairman
"""" .A er the attitude take acceptance of President's Itoose- of the naval committee on the
volfs invitation to participate In the Boutelle and
death of Congressman to
RECORD en regarding It elsewhere It simply
International naval and military display -
qualify -
| must be eliminated from the Naval "
which will Ire held In connection for his duties M. J. BOWES
academy. It has been stopped at West fPROPJUETOR.
with the exposition..President : made a trip to Eu- r
Point I believe, and It can be wiped .

.1lth :medicines as with other things, the surest test of Jr- YEM.Ss out Annapolis.." boIn Tuckerwas ..Vir.gipla rope and carefully.Investigated the si I ?f

"t l s the length of time they have the confidence of 'J if CURES The admiraL though so goad a disciplinarian .b
t f.. Iii lS,3"radu-: >; I navies of the lead-
ncapie. The has a soft heart ,under his A
has been
efficacy of S. S. S. thoroughlyj% '(ST I nted from Washington .IS /.a i Ing foreign ,

Trm tw by' experience, and so successful\ has it been that *&jJS3r: coat. Just before the battle of Manila and Lee university ;1- .: ; I" He has often powers.been k t
It.IS the best known and most widely used bloodS when the order was given to strip for '" ARRIVALS !
In 1S75 and :: mentioned : NEW
:: as posa .
: "
: in the world. For diseases such as Rheumatissa Catarrh Scrofula .coon the smallest powder boy on the
S;. the following jt"ar"t Bible of >
C ;a Diseases. Sores and Ulcers Contagious Blood Poison,and other troubles flagship dropped his coat overboard. <.l.-iif s '
admitted Mr.
0 to an impure and poisoned condition of the blood, no remedy,,acts soP lIe asked permission ta.jump after it, was to .tJi 4. the nu .+
the bar. He served I Foss was, born In .aRt. Meat in Bulk.Morrell's Dill Pickles.
nptly and thoroughly as does S. S. S., and thousands throughout<< the but was refused. lIe went to the side I II }'.'-' t Mince ,
rJtrv others Simi- overboard, in the house of representatives rtti' Albans Vt,for Pork and Vienna Sausage. Olives, in Bulk.
cured of such diseases are daily recommending it to I I of the ship dropped recovered i.
lapl. I 4- _
I f/i4icted. ITS FORTY YEARS OF EXISTENCE HAVE,BEEN his coat and. ,was promptly arrested 1883 to 1SD7 and from In I was ty-two educated years ago.atn3l'"ar j Morrell's Hams and Bacons.Morrell's Mackerel. .

I y*! TY YEARS; OF CURES. S. S. S. is a blood .purifier of the highest for disobedience i .Admiral Dewey the latter: year succeeded and the Pickled Shoulders. Holland Herring. ;
ontain'n of character, kindly to the'youngster, who
isiT ?properties necessary cure blood troubles every : spoke
r khlch make'c il: the greatest of all tonics. It goes into the good and drives broke down and said that the coat con-;:[' bis: father, TUCKER. {Columbia Law GEORGE E. 'OS&, I Dove Hams and Bacons. Armour's Bacon. t :
school and began
John .
: Randolph i iI
3 y and all this stream of life strong and healthy. ,I i tained his mother's picture, which ha Swift's Hams.
M impurities, and makes 'I Tucker, as'professor of constitutional the practice of law in 1'About a Corned Beef, Barrels.. .
lebs-J"henthis is done disease cannot remain. Being made entirely from roots 1 1t R bad just kissed andhe could not: bear arid'' International law and equity in I I dozen years ago one of,his best friends 9s

: d barks, chosen for their healing, purifying and building-up proper- to see It lost. Dewey's eyes filled with "Washington and Lee university. He {I was making' a 'tanvass for the con-

I does not injure any of the delicate organs tissues of the body as.de : tears. He.fairly embraced the boy and: I In. his district.
: has! been dean of.the laFehool of thatkntltntjon'and gressional'nomination
.emedicines( which contain Potash. Mercury Arsenic or other harmful: mm- ordered hum to be released, saying. I In behalf of this
Foss working.
: dean of the law was
i t*i oat cures safely as well as permanently. S. S. S. reaches deepseated1ertlC''erited : "Boys who love their! mothers enough school of .the George also Washington university I friend nirhl! 1: and day when a complication Kinds of Cakes and Crackers.

: : cases on which the ordinary Sarsaparillas an.d tunics a\"eo: ; to risk their 1Ifor their! pictures. at Washington and president oftIe'.1mericauBlhrassaciation. I arcs'In 'the fonn of,a railroad ,'All Fancy i
; : ISO S. it is \fctli a record; it cannot be kept la f irons on this fieet.
: "ro\.t experiment to use S. S. ; a remedy : : : : He is the strike. Tb<5 trlend'wu'attorney! for a 1
**J r its worth and ability by its forty years of cafes: If:.you'need a j I author of .Tucker on the Constitution. 1 rail-o..i! .y"' .Lw. :.-... e9mrtttee fear- ek'

i remetiy 1 begin the use of S. S. S.; write us about your-case and! let oatjsiaass j f. Senator J. C R*RbC'kborn. who was i ."- hjjs boen twice n :trrjt"ll and in- 1 if he were the -candidate. The result .

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1 r iw rL march to the banquet hall joined In the '..iea E3-ss"_K-Tr-a"S' ;:iiy of $100- DIRECTORYJoppa -

j No. 5BOS. PANAMA CANAL L chorus: 000 a year: "so I won't be tempted Timber Lands I

l+ i C.W.LAIIAR. President JOHN PFEIFFER. Asslttint Catbler.J. We're going to dig the big canal. when somebody wants to build a sub- .
i. M. E.CLARK Vlce-Prealdellt and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier Hurrah! 'Hurrah! way In Kew York" he was engaged Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.

: It is really a mistake to say that the I and then the chief sanitary officer came' Joppa ,Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F.

i f ,. procession entered the banquet ball. It to the front to tell why he ought to be meets emery Tuesday evening at 7:30 For Sale
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK o'clock at Rafford Hall West Garden
A SUBJECT OF emerged from the tropical pathway up- put on the payroll. St. Visiting brethren are cordially In-
"First." he "I would the
OF PCNSACOLA, FLA. on the plaza of-Santa Anna, which as said get vited.
;} h 1 everyone know. is the public park of biggest'possible appropriation from the T. H. FLEETWOOD. N. G. _

, ''t ,:. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. the isthmus city. The street signs hung government"I J. W. GINGLES Sec.!
I here and there announced that it was I I I "That will do," said the commission I 31jan6m.-- We have them. Several splendid: ; ,
$60,000. MIRTH
;* .Y ". the plaza of Anna which was evidence (I ers." "You are experienced enough for large and small turpentine location,

I f! DIRECTORS. enough; but in addition to this the I us. Pensacola Lodge, No. 3. K. of P. Saw Mills and Saw mill loc tiona..
' rt room was set with towering cocoanut |I| "Tou have some medals too," was meets every Monday evening at 7:30 Some excellent bargains In br
i1i ., ;
: Henry L. Covf ngton, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, .
RT palms with banana trees bearing the remark addressed to the chief o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall and small tratts of round and boxed
4 J. M. Pfelffer W. S. Rosasco C. W. Lamar,
a': t ; bunches of real fruit and with other amusement provider. "What are they over lou stable W. Intendencia St. timber lands.
+ + t Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln. J. R.Saunders Gridiron Club Dinner Enliveredby
decorations in rich for?"' Visiting brethren' cordially welcomed.J. Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
+ EH A. M. Avery, W. H./Milton.Dr. 0. E. Maura appropriate profueion. ,
', r W. U Cawthon, W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Ocrtlng Rich Satire Isthmian AH the acts were arranged*as If "I got them all for good work." was A. KIRKPATRICK C. C. and Hardwood lands.
M t Alex McGowln. C. M. Covlngton M. E. Clark. on they were 'occurring Jn Panama and the reply "The president gave me H. HORSLER, K. of R. & S Splendid Use of valuable proper

+ j14A everybody referred to Washington this for sending a man to a state dinI and fine location for a Colony! or Stock
j Waterway. Ratnbone No. Farm I i& South East
ri'i, Accounts of Banks, Individuals I I I while Lodge Georgia.!
; Corporations Firms Solicited. some faroff. distant.cityv ner who knew a new story this
30, K. of P.. meets every* Some of the choicest residence
j Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. i The culmination of the evening was one,came from some congressmen. I Thursday evening at 8:00 places I" the beautiful little city of
rt IP& the one act drama entitled "Pointers gave them passes to a variety show on
Fla, :
PRESIDENT GREATLY ENJOYED o'clock In their temporary springs and in Mlitoa.:
}*k From Panama'! How We Could Do an afternoon when eulogies were to be Castle Hall, over Pou stable
PICTURE OF COMPLETED CA- It if We Had a Chance." The guests delivered at the capitol." W. Intendencia street Fla.Our prices and terms are reason

were brought face to face with this in. -Then the real and only genuine canal CA_ Visiting knights are cot'
tr NAL HIMSELF AS AN OLD MAN teresting and veracious production bya expert was presented to the commission dially welcomed. able.Cal on or write to us.

WHAT DO YOU DO WITH WITH VENERABLE '-W HIT 1 E series of easy stages. Early'In-the and announced his plan. "The j. D. KIRK C. C.
evening one of.the club members came canal," be said, "is forty-seven, miles C. J. LEVY. K. of R. &. S.

i I BEARD. ,in, walked around" the plaza and distributed long. I propose to build forty-seven; Knights of Cotumbua TURNER & AYMARD/
with great
; prodigality huge mammoth airships each ono mile long.
.f1 fc YOUR SALARY ? .wads of 'stage money. He lighted( a Then I. propose to build a nice commodious Meetings of the

1'rej z ?ooseve i:' {brew his -bead cigar with a thousand dollar bill and canal and hitch it to the airships Knights held of Columbus Real Estate and
are at their hall
scattered bits of money on the floor That will obviate of the ep ,
back and sent forth-u-stentorlan roar any No:8 West Intenden- Abstract Company,
Fi kk i! May we suggest that it will be a good that dominated 2GQ other laugbs hardly "What does "this exhibition mean?" cuts, It will be perfectly level and cia street, on every 115
I, asked President Fearn.. accommodate the la.rgest.ships.. ." P. 0. Box DeFunlak Springs Flanii]
idea less in size. lie did it not,once. but Monday evening at
to of it
place a with the "
part regularly 1 am ghing'lib Imitation of the Pan With the end of the canal drama every 7:30 o'clock. Aa In-
? First National at four per cent interest? many: times. It:was at the recent din ama: canal commission" was the 'solemn one was on the quI vive for a .- .viuun I* extended

p I ner of the Gridiron' club at the New reply and the laughter that- followed speech from President Roosevelt It to visiting. .Knights. D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.

Wlllard hotel in 'Washington; and the showed that the guests appre really, was not necessary to arouse the JOHN ".B, JONES,

::1 ,, ''i ONE DOLLAR OPENS A SAVINGS ACCOUNT cause of the president's_mirth was the ciated the situation. Then followed audience to the point of an ovation for EDM. FOX. Grand Knight REAL ESTATE
; Recorder.Pensacola .
fact that he and: his administration this chorus: the president but the enthusiasm was ,

.s tv r 1' and. above all the Panama canal department Oh. Shonts and Stevens and all the bunch,o happily stimulated by a stirring song. RENTS LOANS
and we pay four per cent interest. If not of it were roasted to the Hurrah! Hurrah! The verses humorously told how all LOdge No. 4, I. O. O. F. AND
Will have to get an extra hunchIn Pensacola Lodge No.: 4
I. 0. O.
the events of the could F.
V convenient to call you can:open an account queens taste says: a, Washington spe Pan-a-ma.! great past meets: every ThunQay> ,..
evening at 7:30::: We have the following special h
have !
We've cot the shovels, we've got the tuff, been brought to a more prompt
cial to the New Times.
dispatch York at the ,
mail. new hall\
You send on West
< by can money orders up to I And all can see we've got men enoughTo conclusion If they had only been man- Garden gains in very desirable real estate: far f
w.a $2.50 for Next in size was the colossal laughof dt -dlcd1gcUgIIere street. Visiting brethren cordially a few days only.
: only three cents. aged by Roosevelt while the chorus- invited. E.
Secretary Taft whenever the club in Panama. GREENBLATT, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
So good luck to and good health to J. NEVILLE; Secretary.
I, demonstrated in its most convincing Another member appeared with you: 2 lots In block 170, New City, St1l1T!

r- manner that he and his canal were not large telescope and seemed to be study- We bid you a wccoiao cere. Daughters of Rebekah. feet on car line 3
viEi, what they were cracked up to be. As lug the heavens."What With a. loud huzza and a hip hurrah. :3 lots corner 16th ave. and C.i>>
We join In a rousing cheer! Naomi Lodge No. ,10, Daughters of den $1OOOJO
at? he
are looking was
for Secretary Root he did the best he you
asked 'sung with almost dramatic Rebekah meets every Monday nlghti, 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New"
was earnestness :
f! could, but with a bUndr'ed or.more senators at 8 o'c'ock' In I. O. O. F. halL City $1,00003One ;
? FIRST NATIONAL BANK I "I am observing the canals of Mars. and fairly lifted the roof Vist.j l
representatives, cabinet officers ing sisters cordially invjted to be present 5-roozn house with batb ul
t Do you know why they are such a with Its volume."ben President
i+ and newspaper .men shooting around sewer connection gas in even room:
club member
hat Roosevelt
success 1"t j every MRS. PEARL WITKOVSKd' at
nice If taken
him It difficult for him to hold his neighborhood.
OF PENSACOLA. FLA. I was No one knew."Because and every guest was on his feet cheering MISS WILLIE KENBRICK. Sec. once. $1450.00

- Ah f; W. H:KICOWTJR.Prell. W F. BT...JR.,V..Pr f*. and Ca,hier. 1 own with such. voices as thoSe of Taft ." observed the astronomer 'with all the power of his lungs. 6 houses in block 17, West' King
s, .W. BAL and W.N. ROBERTS. Asst.! Ca hl*r.. and Roosevelt.The "there are no transcontinental'raIl. The demonstration lasted several minutes M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and Trivet renting $30.00 per monh Will
'? DtmtCTOna-r.: C. Brent W. A. Rlooat. w. H.: Knowlea.V. W. K. Hrer.. Jr. Ir IrT. dining room was transformed .
: i 1 D. Q. Brent. roads on Mars. Mr.: Roosevelt spoke at some third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. lend 42.00000 of necessary, $260005
1j +[ into Panama for the occasion and the I A member entered carrying a ,dress .length: m. n !ford Hall. No 10. West Inten. All of these propositions are fear

+ "4 I 0 0t club and Its guests marched In singIng suit case a cork helmet and a.cam '" One of the cleverest things of the dencia street gains add will bo held open for a few
$ these prophetic words to the tune of I A. G.- caps .
', era. He galloped wildly! around. dinner was "The Gridiron Guide to1Vashington" FELL Pres. on >
' """ben Johnny Comes Marching Home:" J. L. SWEENEY. Sea Excellent warehouse location en
"Here, what do think are which In
i a publication
----- -- --- --- --- - I you you:
"We're going to dIg the bIg canal. I doing he was asked. the language of the preface displayed railroad track very cheap J.
I ,, ,-- U.HILTON GK.KKS. PIIDax: T.WKLLE3,Vici PB.ISITDEXT Hurrah!' Hurrah!, W. O. W. Good 8 per vnt mortgages on Has
w X.M.AVUNELU CA.HIK. MA1 &FLHLDld0Alt10lei.Cisatea We're going to dir the big canaJ. "Don't atop me! shouted the man'ju "picturesque conciseness without sacrificing pak : Best kind of investments
I I a hurry. "I've to write 20,000 of Live Camp No. 1, W. u. W. rlCant
Hurrah! Hurrah. got consistency plot" Property in all parts of city
meets in Pythian and"
National Bank Hall
< i .4 Citizens : In Panama we.work tonixf.t; words attacking the canal and I'je Some Idea:! of the character of the 1st 3rli or improved wanted and for s&'e.

'r. t, of Pen..cola,Florid And Well there'll do !Wme.dlgg1ng be more shenanigan before 'tis Tight' only got ten minutes to do it in. I'm guide can best be given by quoting a sovereigns Wednesdays, cordially in each .month.invited.! Visiting 30 S. Palafox St

'a + w3v :Directors. When the dirt beglnsjo fly.." I Poultney Bigelow." few paragraphs at random as follows: ,? :A.; BOGHICH, C. C. Phone 234.
Morris Bur,
O e.W Wrtrt Rlx: t.V. RoWnton L.Hilton T.Green.K. Wall. Before they got through they had dog Enter another member after short The CapltoL-ThU building, the Mecca LESLIE. BROOKS. 'C!*rk. --

A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. the canal and flashed upon a large Interval posing as the agent for a type of'rural statesmen Is mainly noted for its
f lobbies which are of generous proportion : FOR SALEBeach
vti writer. Woodman's
; Cir
*t st white screen a picture showing the *. When originally constructed. it le.
. -- --- -- - -- -- completed enterprise"and'with it a portrait "What do we want with typewriters was expected to occupy a prominent place W. O. ;W, C?Oak:Grove, NO.4, suburb otPensajcola.
ht ..< MM .'. .4. t. .< . > .... ........... ....... of President Roosevelt; wearinga asked President Fearn. T hi public affairs Of late years It has been Woodmen Circle meets every Thurs Haven the coming improvement
. J. S.REESB, President K. W. MENEFEE.. Cashier. J venerable white ,beard and appar'ently "From all I have seen and heard.: dwarfed by comparison with the White day 3 p. m, 2d 1 floor Pythian HalL over Extensive car 1 in*
House. Somewhere within the classic to be made this street j
i f year;
R. M. CART, VIee President a century, old. This was one of was the reply. "typewriters are the I qonflnes of the majestic marble building Pou's
-+ I THE PEOPLE'S BAMK OF PENSACOLA. i the thing which brought forth that only Instruments used In canal. dip. ,I U.a deliberative body which Imagines It Visiting sovereigns cordially. Invited. for beautiful waterfrpnt lots in'*
il ilV. prwider.il.: roar.. gins" I iein( \laws with the awful duty of mak- Mrs Leona:. Lanfrford Guardian: :Mrs. price for short time only. For farther
-,<& Directors--L. J. Reeves, J. *. Reese, W. DcC Kessler, R. M. Gary, i| First of all after the guests had ar- Another chorus another brief periodof i : irg to govern the people of the M. B. 01..... Clerk. particulars a call on or write to
United States You will find U at the butt
: \ A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J, J. Hoot on. CO.
; they were marshaled room com- attention'to'the good'things to eat end of Uncle Joe Cannon's cigar. I I PENSACOLA
I TRANSACTS YOUR ACCOUNT IS.RESPECTFULLY.SOLICITED :IIK. I panies. Instead of golBg'into the dining and a member of the club entered I The Senate Chamber.-This is the assembly =-
J of the finest club earth
room on
t }-t tR' .... ...... ................ .. ....... ... ... ... hall In the usual way a processionwas after appropriate conversation Wbo.l I The deliberations of the senate are public,, Pensacola, 'to Andrews and SCHEDULE
formed. It was headed by Lieutenant for the position of press agent tfxcept when the doors are closed for executive STEAMBOAT
Sl.nt .2iaan and te Marine "But you can't write" objected PresIdent -' sessions. Then they are published.The Gulf Steamship! Go. STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ. J. M.
I,a2, an done up in beautiful white T White House-This is the school Rogers, muter. Passengers acv

t .Can. CA' -.:=>>.Y AI. ,............. Jno. Wla..er. uniforms and looking as' summery as "Xo,Fearn." assented the applicant "Butwhat's I for the education as to their of senators duty to their and representatives coun- STEAMER, TARPON Freight service between Pf-l .saco.;*
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Pres. r. Fla. At Bay -!D
kHfi could be. Then came President Roosevelt try. The head master Is Professor T. W. and Freeport.
the Taft does Q, ARROW
? Secretary
Wh lMao and RetH Bettor use Matter.FIRSTCLAE1 vrdsYLTourists
l-W v of the United States and President Roosevelt A. B. A. M LL. D. LJtt. D.IJarvar& wharf, Wednesdays and Sa::
.a Steam, Domestic Anthracite all the writing:* I ( 1390). There is a gymnasium PASSENGER AND and others desiring! to I sea
; C 0 A L Richard Lee Fearn of the Gridiron And this time the Taft laugh '.dominated :Connected with the Institution. The motto FREIGHT SERVICE Interest CboctawhatchaBay :. :
I places :
and Blacksmith club Following them marched the even the Roosevelt laugh. I,. "Hit tint and frequent"The =-BetwireR and Santa Rosa Sound scou-'
t Office-No. 43 South Palafox: ,street, Telephone 93. musical members, clad In 'workingmen's These were but the preliminaries to War Department tow -Strangers visiting make this trip. Special rates for Pr-
here see Taft holds
can Secretary
, 14k- |:5J Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 373 I blouses and carrying'real picks the drama which dealt with an en- 4>wa his job. He sits on It. PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI-{ ties of ten or more. For rates *
and shovels. In the procession were forced meeting of the canal commission COLA.. CARRABELLE. ST. AN. other information apply on board of

f # --- - - ambassadors, cabinet -officers" ; senators on the Isthmus. The commissioners All of the principal speakers were Introduced DREWS. LLVlLLE address P. O. Box 6S%. Pen acola, r*
and representatives: railroad presi- by appropriate musical num 27janlxCREW '
members of the
impersonated ,
g+r dents-all follo1f1nrolden bent. Secretary Root Secretary Taft And all polnt..n. St. Andrews Bay
Order Qu.rICE gridiron club, fought,valiantly against going to .ll.
and Mark. Twain being especially honored Carrab and ApaUthlcoIa.SCHEDULE -
held aloft Mark Twaln'kept pace with the isthmus, but were compelled do
COAL anil .
ill1Ki WOODConsumers' the rest as lively' .as.boy, .Associate GO and got down to business. It summoned In that way.No fetitacola Sunday NOTICE.

z :freD1 'tho Justice Brewer,, sedate ,and dignified, before it the chief engineer;who Leave for Mobil. ,Ala. 1:3G Neither the captainer of e w

z Ice and fuel -woo by his side.. m Leue Pensicola, Tuesday: or consignees J
Company. wore a large medal."I s:30 pm a *
is pleasant ,
As the band played the members and pills as and positive St Andrews British Bark
"for for MlllvUle
got it, he explained cleaningthe ; Apt for ft"1
Phone 259. DeWItt's Little Early Risers. These be responsible .
the guests made their devious way ischicola CarrabcIIa! and lntprmedlate "
v streets of Washington. Little Pills I the crew
contracted by
>Famous: are so mild andetrectlt'e
through a serpentine aisle ,\>f palms, : points.
"How did;you do ur asked oneof,
that children delicate said vessel '
1C*:, rubber banana For additional teformatlon apply tr
---- trees ;plants '
commissioners."I ple enjoy their A. W,
and cleansing J. E.' SAUND
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: tropical vegetation;'..<>.thickly placed prayed for rain"was the response Affect: while strong people say' they E.: R. COBB Pr tldtat Ma--
f Subscribe for The Journal together as to make a fascinating illuak and all'the Washington guests felt that are the best liver pills sold. Never den Frt and Pass. Aft.Pensacol W. R. TAYLOR & CO.. ."
>n of a, junde'E.eYbody:' : fr tt" ,, 1a. Tie Consignees
be fu
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1.----------__ ____________ THE-. ? PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TITES.DAY. Mo.RNINae1SftVAHY; : 27, 1908



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Pensacola Dirt RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY Successors to Taos. C.
1201 N. Davis 2 story 8 room house Witsoa 6 Co.

DesirableTwoStory on car line,. corner lot, house could
We're fine list be buflt: Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance
got a of well situated vacant lots on not for the money asked for Agency

Vast and North Hills aa well as in all:'sections of. the BUSINESS PROPERTYFOR the place .. .. .. .. .. .. ,.$2000
.... .... No. 413 N.6th ave.. small house but

SALE large lot room to build another splen! List ef Desirable Property for Sale.
did renting section
; cash.$650
Buy a Lot and $15,000.00 6 room house and 5 lots. New City A desirable piece of property on Palafox street; a splendid

for Tarragona street Property fronting Brick BuildingPalafox .... .. .. ..' .. .. .. .... ..$1900 I investment: ; must go at once..... .... .... .... .... 10000.00
2571,3 feet A fine opportunity to seCUI'S 4 room house and two lots West Seven dwellings and a dwelling and store building with very

Build a Home a l large ,business frontage. King Tract; cash.. .. .. ....$475. near talf a block of ground situated on a very desirable corner
5 lots and 6 room newly papered near business'district; a splendid Investment.$6300.00

__ The moment ;jou place lumber and otter building 1000000. Romana and Intenden- house NW corner Reus and Cervantes Very desirable quarter of block on North Hill convenient to

I terial,on a, lot just that moment it begins to increase ma in will buy 125 feet frontage on Garden cia streets/ 8ts; bargain at .. .. .. .. .. $:::150 Street car line. .. .. .... ...... ..... .....f.... .. .. _.. .$5600.00
:ra1ue. .Or. .If you like we can sell you houses already street. A brick building would Pay on Money to loan In large or mall One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill, front
:built from the small this lot. .. amounts. ing south near car line, on corner 100 by 150, for a few days $3700.00
cottages to the
more pretentiousand MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE Desirable two four lots
handsome residences. Lots of GOOD story new dwelling on corner. with on
easy terms. We invite them may be had on RENTERS. Theisen North Hill. .. .. .. .. .. -.:.. .. ..... -.. .. .. .. .. .,..$3700.00
jou In our offlco any day.you to see our list. Glad to see $4,500.00.for For particulars apply to Building. TWQ story dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street;

corner 70 toy 150 one block from good: neighborhood. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .... .$3250.00
Painter( now renting for 540.00 per Comfortable one story dwelling on iDeVilliere etreet near

year. $28OO Garden street, with large lot..... .... .... .... .... .. .$3250.00
McDavid. yer Company, Twenty-five lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets, splendid ,

$1,500.00.will Buys a beautiful new 8 room 2 story investment for a few days only.. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..$3275.00
I Pensacola Investment Company buy three houses renting for Agents New York home on large corner lot; modern In The north half of block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137
every. respect,' 423 E. Cervantes.
I $216.00 per year. They are always Life Insurance Company. $1400( ( feet six inches each; one block !rom'electric car line and on

*. H. D'aLEMBERTE rented'. II -For five room cottage large Havana Square. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .. .. ....$2000.00
City Manager.W. 'I 8 E. Government Street. hall bath and gas on E. Cervantes Two story dwelling at No. 1005 North Davis street,. with large

H. KNOWLES, President p. B. SIMPSON, Secretary. $6,000.00. I Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. I For few days only. lot. .. .... .. .................. .... .... .... ...w .. ..$2000.00Six
J.l. STILLMAN, V..Pres. ant ton. Manater. KNOWLES ', for piece of property down town renting I lots$5000-Buys 25 excellent building room, story and a half dwelling with two acres of groundIn

lITER Treasurer. for $7000 per on North Hill. western suburbs.. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,..$1200.00
Rael Estate, loans, General 'n estment.. $ month.'I'I- For Sale $1250-Gets a good. investment in 11 Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street. 80 by'132

i lots near railroad. feet six inches, fronting south convealent to car line.... .....$ 575.00
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. 4-room house, renting for $7.00 per' $1000( -For four corner lots just. Two story dwelling on East DaLeon street with large lot.#$ 850.00
I month. FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock W. of Hagerman residence. Comfortable one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620

I cockerels! ready for yard $1.50 t.> $950--Buys five corner lots E 8th North Coyle street.. .. .. ........ .... .... ..... .... ......$ 80040
---- ---- --- --- -_ $3,250.00.for : $3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrs.Lizzie St... near car Ima; fine building site Two cottages on West Zarragossa street splendid.! renting property -

HELP WANTEDVOTIED I 5 large houses (entirely new) 'B. Hughes, Chipley, f la.14feblm or good investment .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .... ..1250.00 '"
Wanted renting for $420.00 per year. I'I C. R. YAEGER interest.Money to loan in amounts of $1000() ) .00 and up at seven per cent.

\\ -Good nurse wanted at SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT. HOMES. TYPEWRITERS keep on hand for 202 Thiesen Those having property desiring to sell same, would find it to theIr!

.imApply 619 North Bajlen St. ED-Highest price paid for_ gent's $1,500.00 sale The }Fox Underwood. Smith Building. Phone 680. advantage to place same in our hands as we have disposed of about

:.1" .. I clothing only. Also sail second hand< tor an etegant 5-room cottage, East Premier Sold and Blickensderfer Typewrit --- --.- $300,000 worth in the past 60 days. If you have funds to loan consultus.
goods. No. 9 E. Intendencla. ers. on easy terms or rented. If you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want fire Insurance
4.XTDD-Men to learn barber trade. Cervantes. All modern gas bath etc. .makes of machines
R All cleaned and Money to Loan.
I I l 1 __ ; or If you want to buy a piece of property and don't know wao
WP prepare you for positions $12 to WANTED-To buy old gold and sll $3,500.00. repaired. Work guaranteed. Phone owns same, consult us.

ji: weekly. You can pra.cUcal1yearn \er. broken up stuff regardless of Elegant 8- room home North Ilayne 380. ,F. B. Bruce 28 East Govern. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows .

TOI f 'uitlon tools and board before sizes. Cash paid. Llgntman &; Klein. street. ment. 14feblm money from' Jno. A. Hall &
completing: short time required; pos- 106 E. WrIght. Phone 1127.WANTED. Co., 16 R Government street. WhenIn HOOTON&WATSON
i ions or locations waiting. Write for $2,400.00 I I FOR SALE.-10 room house corner need call on us. Sfeblm ,

tree catalogue. Moler Barber College .-Real Estate for sale or (;-r om dwelling. all modern bath lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x .'HONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.

New Orleans. La. 25feblw* rent, leas-a or exchange. Your bus! electric lights etc., corner Jackson 192 on car line. For particulars In MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal _

W.kTED-Installinentcollector for ness respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil and Guillemard. one block from Pala- quire of Standard Clothbg Co. 29Jan I property on short notice. -- -----!_ I
son. Real Estate Agent 22% W. Gov. fox Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2V..
nwvhandise accounts
good salary and Lee Square.
; ernment street. Room 7. Salisbury FOR SALE-New piano cheap. Address Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb I
aDi 'XDS. !Address Manufacturer, building. Phone 172. 23jan LOTS! LOTSLOTS!II ..Plano."'care Journal. feb24 I MiscellaneousCARRIAGES I REWARD
P o BOX 1027.:: Philadelphia Pa. MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate
\fpnf:! WANTED.-AH kinds of electrical am selling on East and West Hills sufficient or
FOR SALE-7-room house at Gould other security by a
work. I sell all kinds lots at $50.00 per lot on terms of $100 plj. repaired and repainted.
\B.\"TED-Woman for general housework of clectrica! Itfg? Apply to F. L. Askergren Ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox and '
cash and 50 cents week. They Horse shoe
batteries to order.
and other electrical per Floats built
I supplies Goulding, Fla. 28janlm Uomaaa. up stairs. l7noy-
and nurse. Apply 216 East :.
When you need me ring 345 or 955. will double in value before paid for.I ins a specialty. J. G.- Welsh CarriageCo.
Church St. 24feb3t E. W. Peake new Star Laundry. build No taxes and no Interest charged. FOR SALE.-South half block 211, MONEY TO. LEND-On good real estate 27feb
lag E. Garden. I fronting 400 feet on 13th street by security or on good '
\TANTED-A printer at once. Ban 15dec NORTH HILL LOTS.I collateral, with
ne.r". thlpleyFla. 23feblw* 107% feet on Bay lew Park; also at lowest rate*. Leslie E. Brooks HACK No 12-Always ready good _____
-- MATTRESSES made to order; oh hay, several plots oft.. lots eachon south! half of block 212. fronting 400 Fisher building. 21Jon: reliable driver. C. H. Taylor, pro. -
W O TED-Man who understands mattresses renovated and new ticK North Hill for sale at $800.00 for feet on lUh St., by 137!% feet on Bay prietor.: Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange

nook binding! and ruling and who is furnished if desired. Ring phone 773 each four. Nothing less[ than four View Park. The only property adjoining MONEY' LOANED on all kinds of personal Taone 185. ZOfeblm"NOTICE .

capable of taking charge of that or call at 114 E. Belmont St 2feblm sold. Elegant locations for homes. Bay View Park that Is now for property on short notice.
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. -I offer my services as survejor. -
branch of the business. Mayes Prfnt- sale. The beautiful view down too upstairs
204% S. Palafox St. Fisher Building. 28% South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. locating homesteads for the
Pensacola. Fla. the
Company bay
and down
.ng bayou can never be
counties of Florida
_Sfcblw.WANTED. FOR RENT Phone 462. obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. SOjly finor people of western
Address W. J. Stevens, Surveyor Flo-
-A competent. neat nurse ---- "----' FOR SA.LE-Iy property 416 E. Brained UNLIMITED amount' or money to loan rala, Ala. 16feblm
wanted at once at 18 E. Wright. FOR RENT-Good space at' 613 South SI. consisting of four lots 40 on all kinds of personal property.
I Palafox ForSalo Special rates to business men VIAVI The patrons of the "Viavi
!::f.>b. ; good for barber shop or :x150 feet; a two story dwelling containing on large -
millinery store. Good sky lights; always !- 6 rooms hall ways bathroom loans.. The! New York Loan Co.. 201 v, Treatment" are :cordIally! invited to

W\ 'TED-Thr short goods solieinrs !. I cool and pleasant In summer. ,FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmpror- cloets! and pantry;. On car line; will South Palafox. call at Hotel Southern Mondays and
Solomon Furniture Co. $feb I Apply next door, A. DiLustro. ed property In all parts of the city. sell entire property for $3000.00. E. Fr''to'ays' from 2 to C p. m., where they WARRANT
for arrest of this
--- 22feblw. can meet the representative, Mrs. H. wo
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents. L.' Reese. 22feb
W.TED-Ianager for branch office Boardand Rooms. P. Booth. Phone 1027. llfeblm man. She is about 26 :years of age.
Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone
*e wish to locate here in Pensacola. FOR RENT-Desirable two-story resi 172. 23Jan JUST RECEIVED- -Large snipment of. .'.--- -- -'.. -- -,.--'...','-- weighs 135 pounds thick dark hair.
Aidresi. with references. The Morris dence. No, 208 .West Gadsden St., Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, 'I I will tun and repair pianos and organs high forehead, brown eyes five feet
Wholesale House Cincinnati, Ohio. Wm. D. Howe. -t01-ThIesen'Bldg. Igfeb FOR SALE.-One choice block on top gallon or larger,quantity. G. Morasao BOARDERS WANTED-Two persons as cheap as any one and do first high, wears No. 6 shoes upper teeth

';feblm FOR RENT-Two' of the ilJge east of the electric & Co.. ship chandlers aDd grocers 701 who will room together on first floor class work only. My phone is 802-2 gold filled and one crowned tooth. She
withall modern story residence railway, between 7th and 8th streets. South Palafox. 4oct. at 616 East_Gadsden St._24feblw; rings. Orders promptly attended to.J. has long fingers with round nails.

ner Spring and'Strong conveniences-Sts. Apply cor.C. Nautre has favored this section and it FOR SALE-First class grocery store FOR RENT-One front furnished. r. Conrad Scott._ _ _ Plump of figure and fairly pretty. Her

WANTED H. Turner. 9feb cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs.:: I I and meat market In connection fix room down stairs, and one upstairs SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert. maiden name was Thompson which

r FRo RENT. FOR SALE-House at Goulding'oahard tures, etc. Reason for selling leaving ,;20 W. Wright St, near Escam- ing & Co. wholesale and retail ship name she sheriff has possibly Funiak assumed. .f
-Elegant 2-story8.ro.m 'bla hotel. Wire at Springs
\'TED-The public to know that cottage at 318 West Belmont St. road, 4 rooms bath and kitca- ,the city: Address P. O. Box 697. 24feblw chandlers and grocers only firstclassiouse all. Florida: ; $50.00 reward for the child.
Apply of kind in city. fair prices to
\\ do all kinds of nice stable. Strictly cash. 7feb. FOR RENT
r can repairing to Walker Ingraham at Star Laundry en; M. AFTER MARCH 1- Fisher Monroe_ _Douglas This woman, ,
foal building horse shoeing etc. 3.GtV.jsh 25Jan S. Borras, Standard Oil Co/s office FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co. are Three furnished. rooms suitable for Corno Hen ..Feed will make your Florence Wood kidnapped him from .

Carriage Co. 27feb Pensaco'a: Fla. SOJaalm* agents for the famous Corno Hen Fghthousc: keeping. Apply at 505 E. hens lay and keep them In. a healthy Freeport, Fla. on the night of September .

KODAKEKS get Kauffman'a pricesfor FOR RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom FOR SALE OR RENT-GO acre farm: Feed. Finest thing in the world to Gadsden. ( 23feblw. condition. Try it. For sale by the 6th 1905. The child Is 6 years old, ;

developing and finishing. Best in new Star Laundry building 5 miles from city on Brent road: 7 make hens lay. Keeps 'em In good WANTED few boarders at 212 W. Lewis Bear Co. 7feb fair skin. light: hair has upper fore- :
and cneapest in city. Mail orders rereive E.graham Star Laundry.Apply Walker In. room house all fenced in;. 5 fields; 2 condition too. 7feb Gregory. New house good neighborhood NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible -teeth rotted off; very plump weight!;

prompt attention. Romana and 22dec.A. story barn good water mail box on FOR SALT-Large horses and mules and' on car line. IGfeblm1* for debts contracted by about 50 pounds; very bright child.
Palafox Sts 20feb. R. BINGHAM has storage room torrent the land. Address "Farm,". care for the captains of the schooners Kate. Expenses paid both ways deliveringchild
turpentine operators and log men. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for to DeFunlak Springs Fla In
suitable for furniture or other Journal. 13febl w* Fay. Alabama or Sallie Guy. H. Jer.: addition -
| We guarantee satisfaction. Address suitable for
rent light housekee to the $50.00 reward.H. .
A.\'IEl-To loan money on jour goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona Portland. Fla. Sfeblm.
FOR SALE-For a few days Waterman & Co. G. G. Cobb 501 W. nigan. owner
personal property and household St. Phone 630. onlY 2 man ing. Apply Chase. 15feb A. DOUGLAS. _
SOnov I lots opposite the Hagerman residence ager. Chipley. Fla. 23feblm. that the !
goods.Io'blle: Loan Co.. corner Jefferson TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104 This is to certify Ferry Father of the child
and Zarragossa Sts. : New City 02500. Fine location I FOR SALE-Household furniture by N. Spring St. Good location. Special Pass Inspectors and ShIppersAsso-' DeFunlak Springs Fla.
Sfeblm for a home. Apply B. F. Wolfe.Citlz'n's ciation are not responsible for the
tale. before
For Sale I. private Apply March rates to parties or clubs. Appl
Bank. of their Inspection
ISfeblm boom receipts -
11 at Major Lewis or Holllfred place, Mrs. W. J. WillIams 222 N. Spring St. following
COURT ---- ---- ------- of G.
No. D.
HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand FOR SALS-Beautiful block in New I just northwest of city. Take Park Sujanlm* ; : Receipt 1347. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox FOR SALB Modern .cottage on east City. Tract No. 312. For cash $00. car to end of line.. F. L. Irwin. RobbIns; receipt No. 1348 of Fea'gin
St L. :Mrs T. J. Da.vis. Prop. Your patronage Hilt for sale. Also some choice Apply to A. M. McMma Court Houaa.laus. 23feblw. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. and Hassell; receipt No 1295 of Chas.,

solicited; satisfaction guaran lots in nice location.. ;Address Box : Newly furnished clean an:! nice Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Inspectorsand NOTICE.
teed. Careful attention given ladles 827 city. 27feblw FOR SALE.-One tank and wind mill near postofflce. Apply at 123% E. Shippers Association, by J. T. *;
xarmentt Phone 1222. 8febWANTED I THE GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns' for sale by J. C. P bley. wI l Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. Harper. Pres. Jan281a In re estate of Lizzie W. Prater de
FOR SALE-$16000.00 will buy two less gas and gives sou ,more- light 7janlm-. ceased. Notice is hereby given that 4
-You to blocks of land and ,a new six than FOR SALE OR RENT-House containing JOHN FLO. Boot and Shoemaker.
use Corno Hen room for less money any lamp yet on the 3d day of September A. D.
Ffeed house I four rooms and hall on Jordan Old newspapers at five cents a bundleat Fine custom work to order; repair-
This makes jour hens lay on )little bayou between Garden made. Try it ana' see for your self 1906 I will present final returns of
and fattens them. Try it. For sale and Chase Sts. A 'good Invest.I booklets fre Call up 380 and ask street near Palafox. Rent $8.00 this office. They are all clean log; material and workmanship guar my accounts as administrator of said

by The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb ment or a' 'beautiful home. For par- about them. :28! East Governmentstreet. month. Address T. Newell R. F. D. and nice. anteed. Please give me a calL 120 estate to the Honorable Henry Bel!

WANTED tcuars! address:: C, E. Freeman. Box F. B. Bruce. febll-lm No.1. City. 22feb BATHflTEL.-OPen night and day. E. Government street. Phone 1086. linger, county Judge of Escambia.

know Everybody in Pensacolato 556. City. 27feblw. FOR SALE -Nice. clean old< FOR SALE-700 feet second hand H4 European plan. Rooms light and 27Janlm county. Florida and ask for 'a d's-
that the Y. M. C. building newspapers : '
A. inch galvanized pips in 20-foot clean. Transient trade solicited. : FLOWERS-Orders charge from the administration of
was built of brick made 'OR SALE CHEAP-A few desirable at nve cents a bundles: Thi. of. CUT promptly
-ai'ola Brick Co.. and by thsP'n lots in New City, East King Tract. fice.AUTOMOBILES.. lengths,. AdaVess' O. Box A-I, City 615- 19' S. PalafO' J!!. S. Nicolau,' filled for rosss, carnations flowers said estate. A. M. McMillan, Admin
they are pre- _ feb24 Prop. designs of all kinds. Miss Bertie istrator, 27feboam6m
West King. Tract a.nd North HilL and
parpd to furnish jx>u. J. S. Ad- .-I am agent for-tie ; _,_.__
dress Bargain care Journal from carefully Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651.
MKr; valtoa'i Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos EGGS for hatching .

\NTED::To 25feblw* from $500.00 up. They cost less_than manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred: LOSTLOSTA TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. In Escambia County Circuit Court
purchase horses to keep They fowls and I guarantee a good hatch. cleaned State of Florida. G Anthony, complainant -
up. Gents' clothing pressed
bucsv!: FOR SALE-One fine extension table can .be. run and
m good
condition. Apply to &UK& for sale at reasonable prices. vs. I la Anthony defendant.
T&P lournal 25f. b and six fine dining chairs cheap. in sand or anywhere a horse. can, go. petition containing number repaired on short notice. No. 11J
Rocks. White Ply Upon motion of complainant. is
Barred Plymouth
Address P. O. Box 395.. 25feb Leslie_ E. Brooks. of signatures of value to no one but West Government St. Pensacola Fla
WANTED We want your orders for mouth Rocks and S. C. Brown Leghorns 'Reward for return to Journal dec. ordered that the defendant be and he
1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 ori 'FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kindsof fOR SALE-one 25-H. P_ boiler and ; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or owner, Steb is, required to appear to the bill of

gina! designs to select from. All strictly fresh farm and garaen en'gine' ; portable boiler on wheels; $50Q! a hundred for incubator eggs. I l I office: THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING complaint filed against him on the

pnccs. Ma>'es Printing Co., Pensaco- seeds at reasonable' prices. Also engne or boiler in running order'Also have 500 half gallon cans fancy Florida LOST-Dark liver and white pointer wholesale and r< 'ill: manufacturers 20th day of March. A. D. 1906 and
la. 16feb. fruit and nut trees. !Banks Bros.. 2 log carts comp'ete. ready for Syrup. Will deliver at.SOc per gal'I bitch. White nozzle; ; answers to and dealers In cotton mattresses and that this order ''be published one aweek

\\'. Chipley, Fla.. .25-teblm. service. For terms apply .to 'Jas'.' Mo lon." Address Plymouth Rock Poultry -., name of ,Daisy. FCned will please return bed springs. Second hand furniture for four ((4) weeks in The Pen
TEn-To lease:! or buy a five ort Voy & Co., CantoaenK-nt.. Fla., Farm J. J. Pope Prop., Bristol. to .A. Rehfleld. 506 W. Garden ought and sold. Upholstering and r'- sacola: Journal. Thus done and ordered
>>IX room cottage. Price and terms FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs 23teblm. 27feb at ,
'Dut'e' of Florida Fla. 24feblm ::St. pairing a specialty. 114 E. BelmontSt. Pensacola. on this 20th Jay
must be reasonable. Address Good sired by 68923 out of February. A. D. 1906.
M. McMillan.
city. Phone 771. C. .T, Davis. -
Tenant, ears Journal. 16feb. of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore. 68541 ---- 17Janlm Clerk, by L. G. Aymard. D. C.
\CANTED,-=The public to know that All guaranteed Carl with Eetterllnd.registrations Chipley.and --- : I (!real) 20feboaw4w
pedegrees. sallmaker. 716 South
010' J. H.
newspapers can be bought at
'::111 office for five cents a bundle. They Fla 26nov. EP S..A..L Palafox street Orders taken for In Escambia County Circuit Court.

*?9 all clean and nice.'TED.Eledrlc FOR SALE.-Nice. ,clean newspapersfor tents, awnings camp stools and house State of Florida. In Chancery. Idelle

W,.\ of ah k'nd.! sale. Only 5c 'a' bundle. They 2 lots 60 ft.. front on thee southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez stte ts., very select neighborhood cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan. Dathe vs Max Dathe. Divorce On
L-r us clean fans. recair your make good wrapping_ paper, and are .. .... .. ...f ,. .. .... ,. ,.. .. ... .. .. .. .. ............ ..-., .,t. .. . ...$1500.00 I Monday the 2nd day of And!. A. D. -:
<'ar.no. 11,, your Just the thing to put under matting. 5-Toom cottage and reception! ,hall back and front gallery closets house new and In good condition I i 1906 the defendant. Max Dathe,is required
; jour wiring etc. P.l1Jl3 '. ... .. . .. ..$1200.00 For Sale. to to the bill filed
h Pensacola Electric Co.. 205 S. FOR SALE=-3 acres land: on Town large lot. on North 8th avenue, between 11th and 12th streets a bargain at* I appear
Corner 8th back and front Igallery! gas and city against him herein. This order to be
'.tTlcflwATEnio: Point,opposite city;near.marine ways. avenue and J2jh street,,5-room and half cottage pantry I
$300 cash; deep water, frontage. Address water. house new. a large 10t.--: I ... .... ... .. .. ........... ... .. .. ..- .. .. .. ...$1700.00 FOR SALE-Excursion ticket to Tam. published once each week for ((4) four
\\ : = loan money; tm your I *nd.' care Journal. IQfe'o Building lots on west sldeof.N.. Reus Street between DeSoto and Strong., .,.' ;.. ... '. . ..$450.00 pa. Excursion ticket to Atlanta. consecutive weeks In The Peasacola -
*,ui"hes, jewelry and personal ef-- 54 1-3 ft on West Romana street at the foot of Spring St., improvements on property. renting for $1 .OO wanted. Appfy H5 N. Baylen. Journal a newspaper published in

",fr<, Highest! cash price for old gold FOR SALJ3-Two or: ,three wagons. per= month.. . ..r '.. ..; .<, .. ..... .. .......:. ...... ... ... ........ .. ,,. ,. '., ...k '.. > ....$4000.00 7feblt I said Escambia county. A. :M. McMil -
lao: v ver Lightman & Klein 106 E. drays and horses cheap, if taken 40 ft. by 170 ft deep on :East Romana St., next to Bass & Co., a good investment! '.- .. .. .. ..4000.00 -----------p. lan Clerk Circuit Court. By L. O. :
:8*, Phone 1127. within a few days.: 'Phone, 614 or apply 5 lots on the South BaS corner of Spring and Lee streets; a splendid building{ site.. ... ....$2500.00 FOR SALE OR RENT-New store I Aymard. I). C. Pensacola. }la,. Feb.
WAXTED.-A. at 403 N. Reus street.: ,27 Jan.- Block 107 East Kns"Tract. Balmoat Numbering on North Palafox street.. between Bajlen and Palafox and dwelling in: good.locality on 20. 1906. 20feboaw4w v.

Tour R. Bingham wanU> FOR SALE-Fiveroom house on 40 thirty lots few day 'only.*t.,".... ,.. .... ...: .. .... ............ '.. .",' .'. .'_.. : ...... ...$5000.00 l East Hill. Good ,business.. Apply
"tees moving all and hauling. He guai acres of good land suitable for truck j 506 East Jackson street* two story 8 rocm and hall house bath gas a delightful; home and good neigh' 1021 N. 9th ave. 84feblw

breakage. Phone 630._ miles lot .. .... .... .. .. ............ .. ,. .--W500.00 '
garden; on P. & P* R. R, 5% borhood 93 ft. by 150.*. : .. .. .r .. 4t- -.: I" FOR SALE-Two sawing, machines!,
'WAXTED.-I1auU-g-and transfer from Pensacola. Call 'on or address! 715 N. Eajlen St., S town ,2-3'pry residence lot ,70x125 ft., every modern .convenience i -, an ideal fl.cheap.. Can be seen
photo work Office phone 363; residence Mrs L. E. :Henrlcks: Millview Fla. home.. .. .-. .. .... .. ,.". ....... .,.. .... .. .: ........ ... -. $5000.03 at N. C.as McMillan's, at J.- I. Stephens'
390 Acosta & White. 22-28 N. 22feblw* 2 lots on Cervantes'stretf; between Bajlen' and, Spring streets. 00x125' : a "nice. building alto a bargain J. Williams

rragona St. 25mar. I .... .. .. .. .... ..,.. ..*, ..,. ;.. .... ... .... ... .. ..... ..... ....;.: ..;- ...- .. ... ...$1:oo.oo! 23feblw old stand.. Mrs. ,
W A. TED""Tb. FOR SALEAT.A'ACR1FICEElghtjbea.utiful 5 lots on the aontbepterfl0- Spring and Lee street .. ...h... .:i. ,,.. ...... .. -. .$2aOO.OO i3CES
Ca anta Merchants Transfer bauUnt lots }In block} across' street East J 3 lots on Strong ztreetbetven 10th and 11th avenues. This property is Very cheap. at. .. .. $650.00 FOR SALEr-Rose tinted satin gown

All leu.breakage your guaranteed.moving and T. B. Tnor. east Hill; of If the sold Stoddard at 'once' $1200 place: on also 17] MONEY at th, !lowest .market rates o Interest on Improved or vacant city jjropertyjFislier silk lined trimmed. ,real lace, and
Good Never
Prop. phone 978. l8Junelm.8''RESSES lots on North 'Railroad street; excel{ India gauze.Pensacola. Cost ax new. WI1!'
The worn in $85.,
lent location for factory or buildingsite Real Estate Agency
RENOVATED. New : sell for $25.:; 13II.North Daris'.street.Also .
. uc* furnished if desired. All done ; must gO'at once or ,price ..wllriot : white chiffon' hat, three hand-

'"good order on short notice. Leave hold grod-$1250,00. Apply to) Phono 37, 206 South Palatox. :' tome plumes, cost. : 'l ,; ]" for hall touxm Qui ten te nim Moll!.ALA.i .
Alrdera at H. Kohler ,care-JSaunders! Mill] -
Green &; Watson. Phone Jno. 2Cfeb3t. *
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.. 4feblm Co., 29 E. Garden St. 2.ifeb1wst' I 1'j: -.---
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4"1 r with, the sharp point of a penknife
i Old $ The Trail of a Valentine. | probably. and then this one was'affix-

**. ed' to the back so that it shews all You will never get well and strong, bright, hap

BY HOWARD FIELDING. .if right from the other side. It was done py, hearty and free from pain;until you build up your

Copjr'ght" : '1905. by Cias.V.! Hocke.: *i'H valentine very recently w s'made., long: "after the original constitution, with: a nerve refreshing, bloodmakingtonir

U Quaker .. .;\ "' .. :? *" : H H ? H "Eh?" said : Bailey. "How do you like .
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I know that?"

tIISLfw>mess on e..muam prepare T was a surpriSe"to Mr.; Bailey that do it again. Tlie heat'of'the radiator has wrinkled

{ the office of a detective agency | "Pardon me for saying that I think the edges of the photograph even with \pine oJ@nlUi
\ Rye should present an aspect so whole- you'took too serious a'%lew of this matter only a' few minutes trial. But the

some and 80 ordinary. He had a year ago," said Bertrand, % ith heat has had no effect upon the older
; hesitation. "I did 'not believe at that portion.
\ pictured it a shabby den of tricksters
\ whose trade was deservedly paid. time that Charlotte felt any deeper sen "If theman had bought the pictureand Makes Pale Cheeks PinkIt
I! timent than a certain natural recogni- the Jiame aboard he would have
'N Mellow with and he had come upon an impulse. lion of the fact that Temple is a very done this work long ago. Indeed with
years. wholly at"variance with the usual cur- is a pure, harmless, medicinal tonic made from vegetable:
handsome fellow. He has the gift of so much tltae at his disposal be proba
rents of his life dreading to beeenon I' tascina tIon." bly would bate had some more skillful ,1 Ingredients, whf relieve female pain and distress such as headache

Smooth, rich, pure! and delightfully Jii such an errand andsliIlking'in at the : "He has the gift of all the vices that workman do it for him. I infer that backache bowel ache, dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstruation

street door in the manner of a man disgrace humanity," .said Bailey, with the Idea of sending this picture as a dragging down pains. etc.
stimulating. who makes his first distressful visit toa ,'j decision. "He inherited them But this valentine came to him suddenly at the It.Is a building strength-making medicine for women the cnly
: pawn shop. Is not prejudice on my part. I looked last moment ,and that be. hunted medicine that Is certain to do you good. Try it.
Mr. Bailey was of those men in
one him up.. I know him to the barkbone.'* through the. stores for ,a frame that j
whose knowledge of life' there are I Sold by every drug est in $1.00 'bott es.. .
t Time and money ,spent to "What: reason have you for supposing would fit it. That means that the "
blank spaces. In his ca these gaps that Temple sent this?" frames were' imported'by,some firm in
were due to obstinacy. \ make want it if foreign to me, country, most probably In
you again you prejudice against a person, a pla e, or abroad.. lIe has just got back. Xo other city. Theroare: only a very few 'in freely and frankly, in strictest confid- of mine," writes Mrs. F. L. Jones, of
I he seemed deliberately ence,telling us all your symptoms and Gallatin Tenn.:
an occupation young ma'n of Charlotte's acquaintance'as that Line of business It will take us "
r 'advice
order We will send free
once. troubles.. For since: taking Cardul I have
to cultivate ignorance and to shun Information -
been across the water I think only a little." while to talk to them by (in plain sealed envelope' ), how to gained 35 Ibs,,and am i 1:1 better health
r as if upon a scruple of con- Tcjcple bought this on the other side telephone" cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory than for the past 9 >esrs I tell my i
Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co. a science. Because of this peculiarity his and brought it over with him." This task Bertrand delegated to an Dept,,Chattanooga Medicine Co., husband that Cardui is north its
i ,, 404-408 Palafax St and 2-10 Main St., q ) notion of a detective's share in the Bertrand examined the frame assistant, who within twenty minutes Chattanooga"; ,eight in got to all suffering liJies."
J Pensalola Fla. 4 .t.; :. '. \\orld activities had become constantly "The anatomy of these Cupids sug- gaTe him the pame of the firm importing rnm9mm mm&* wmnmMi inn .
tIWII -- more absurd from the day when he gests Germany surely," said he. the valentines of which the frame:

first attempted to dissuade a certain "Temple's been therei" satd Bailey. in question! was a part: and a list ot DwI
young man from choosing that profession. There was a plain thin sht'etor paper nine stores where they were- sold at retail ---- ----.. I
: De Ruyter ( Holland ) Gin To this young man he had now which was folded'.like',a cover protect- ..

Jt : t come as a client:, surely at the spur of ing the frame and the photograph Ber- "But the clerk won't remember," objected
no small need. trand held It up to the light and point. Bailey. .In the rush of this valentine -
--- -- Upon the receipt of Mr. Bailey's card ed out to Bailey two letters "E. G.," business how wilt a salesmanbe
.... .. '
"3 "' Harley Bertrand dropped a half read unmistakably German.
'1p di 11M able to.tell who bought one of these
letter and made all haste to usher in 'That's evidence," declared Bailey EVV
i ; things? Probably a dozen or more
:% SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, WINDOW GLASS, his visitor. The obvious sincerity of "but, of course. It doesn't really prove were sold." ROTEj'"Ovcr
4 the welcome went far to relieve Mr. anything. I can't open my mouth with- "Our particular purct;$:pr: *Jd Ber. 1niv
e I BUILDING MATERIAL. I Bailey of embarrassment:, and the businesslike out having something more definite. trand, "was looking not merely for a

: : Phone II. tt. G. DeSllVASL appearance of the inner office But how to get it? This valentinewas pretty valentine, but fur one into which A
helped still further to put him at his mailed in this city. I saw the post- this photograph could be fitted, Undoubtedly I

1.t.4 L ,:IIIr.L.--. !'!!IiI "'" ..... ease. mark on the envelope. But there's no be carried the photographwith
"Harley," said he, somewhat In the way of finding out who mailed It. The him and told the salesman what P
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..-.-.-.--..-. .)........ ........o...... .. ... .. I manner of the old, days when,he was address was typewritten." he was bunting for. That will fix the C
I legal guardian to Bertrand and distantly Bertrand spent half minute in meditation purchaser in the salesman's memory
; affectionate-"Harley, I'm glad to rubbing his yellow hair Into a At any rate we'll try." F
;kIt kItsi iAUSLEY : see you so well situated. You must be strange tangle meanwhile. Then he lIe called up four of the stores without
ti; COMPANY I getting on"'Pretty slowly walked to the steam radiator in result:, bqt from the fifth he obtained -
: well I thank you Uncle the corner and laid the valentine uponit a favortbte reply. 'T
e : John," responded Bertrand. "And how "They have sent for the salesgirl," .
Jt COMMISSION BROKERS : : is it with you? At least you've grownno "There is another point," said he said Bertrand. "Suppose you speak tvh'
t .. older. in the year since I've seen "You may remember that about ,a year with her." And Bailey who was already :nethe,
I you? ago your cousin. Mrs. Ewing. was visit. leaning across the desk, snatchedthe
| 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. i "It needn't have been EO long" said ing you just after returning from telephone eagerly. tlJ i
i Bailey. "I'm afraid you took our differences abroad. She had a photographic repro- "Jlellof he cried after a brief Inter- 1 1

I Private Wires N. Y., N. 0" and Chicago.COTTONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. .iJ! that IerWell.too much to. heart you might and thought have have duction here of a the detaU picture Charlotte of which cared we the val of young impatience lady who sold"Hello a valentine! Are you to 2,000,000 Sold in West Florida in 1904. tfcl IIbl'th8

: I known that I didn't want you to stop very little for the picture as a whole a man'who wanted "to paste a photo- den
but she admired this_particular figure." Frank Eeilly Agent Pensacola Florida
coming to the hause : graph into It? '* What did he look cor,
I ; "It's very kind of you to say so." "I remember," said Bailey., "She like? .--- .' Very handsome? Yes 1
I tried to find a large-photograph of the '
"I'm frank and *
outspoken continued Go on. Light. hair' and blue
painting in this city Jut couldn't. It Is ofoh
.j Bailey defensively. 'and I don't like Ton
Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. : the likeliest thing in the world that she eyes. say be didn't have
your occupation. That's a fact that any mustache or beard. What Spell Under the the
?y ,;si '. I; cant be altered but we needn't quarrei. told Temple and that he found this Again Fft
: Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 : about it. We'll be debarred from that somewhere in Europe" LEW'IS' HOUSE Management !edcift
'tl 4 + t in future because I've to ")Iy excellent alleged uncle," said .
4:1: ; 1 1i .. .. .. .o....... .. ..o.... .. .......... consult you.anyway professionally which come may Bertrand smiling, "there is no 'difficulty l4..s"t"JItzt': ?" Mrs.HelenLewisNew ann

: i .. j to at all In the matter. Barring the thr
: seem put me out of the argument. .
J luck which defeat the Re-Painted, ,Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated' Tri
"Unless may Invincible llI.y, : .
I fall
i iI to
: j .....+...... ... ......... .. ... help you said nerotnmd. nullify certainties .and-to all intents Especially Convenient for Transient. Trade 'Cl

: "Well I'm bound to admit" that If you and vent purposes the sun ,from for you rising and tomorrow, me-pre-I r: i iI OPPOSITE UNION, DEPOT, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. lit '
fall I
can't blame ,

I fVARIOr] CURRY( & CO., I It : ley. ''I'm prepared you to bear responded you ,say Bal at will show proof you as to the who way sent to 'obtain this valentine positive -- - -- -- -- ,*ofII?-J

and I'll do it without rising from
: 16, 18. 2a MANRESA STREET, : : my chair. Tai Vn.
t! Jvow, then in the first place we'll NEVI METHOD LAUNDRY **J
;; : PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. : consult the valentine itself. How was sh,
1'L lit made?" (jU(
: : E. W. LAWRfNCt. Proprietor. No 8 Was Havana Sf. 18Ssmif -
-- =- WHOLESALEDay "Bless your soul!" cried Bailey, "1don't Do
know anything about the tech -- ----- tb<'

4t Brain and Fee Stuffs thing.nical "details of getting up such a not perfectly:""' "Your fit Intellectual'you for the po'n"ers-detective's y Electrical Displays For "I'A

I ; I "You can see, however that it never profession but""Don't -, rot)
I fH '
was made to hold this photograph.There's Mardi Gras.Let WeKii
I crow over me, my boy, exclaimed .
nothing to hold It. It's pasted Lo1cz Bailey. "Do you know I thinkI
; : : Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. : I on, and very crudely". Didn't that : ,should have worked this problem out us uut in electrical >*' to
I jour )
: Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Per ect. : strike your eye? See how neatly all c just as you ,did if I'd really set my tbfflu
for the Carnival. We do >
the rest of it Is got Contrast that can : 1igit!
up. mind to ttIt, _l*>oKs, simple.
; 2 Trial; Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : "- very" .-
tar *
t with the pasting. What do you make k Bertrand shook his head cheaper and quicker than '
: i : Telephone 208. P. 0. Box 661. : of it?" other firm. "
;tftr : "No, uncle, no, said he., "By one detail Nothing too large sta

: : J :..............+............ .... .. ... .. .....t "Well", I don't know; really I don't : of this affair I see clearly that youweren.t small for us. Ring phone 570 "' Kii.
know 'repeated
Bailey alternately, cut out for a detective.\ Your and our representative will ca.: ,ajou. noalt)
L -- I peering at the back of the valentine "HABLST GOOD HEAVENS i I" Inferences are ,swayed by previous .
and at the face of the dotective it. Swell, eh? How big was opinion not by the reasonable probabilities roi,
Fire Fire Fire! I I. "There" was another picture here orig- he? S Very- tall Over six feet. I ." He checked a remonstrance witha Pensacola Electrical Co. lar
inally. said Bertrand. "It was attached Anything more that you remember?" wave of his hand. "Letus, illustrate, 1-18\
,In a,diEfemut wax from this There was a pause, and then Bailey The essence of this case, It seems tome }.
I" turned to the detective with an acid I was that Charlotte had expressed a 205 S. Baylen In..

!3 iI The 13ig Fire Sale grin. desire for a certain picture which was bI'fto"!,
"What' eyes these silly girls have! subsequently sent. to,her anonymously. I In
' i She '8ays he wore a dark green neck :cow there are two tall men with light or
; Begins 'I'M': GLAD TO SEE YOU BO WELL SITUATED. Cannibalsand tie." Then to the telclhone."Thank hair and blue eyes, one wearing a mus- : a':

once that the thing Is Impossible. It'sa you i-thank you very m\lch." And tache the last!' time he was seen the lEEDS thi!
Thursday Morning at 9 o'clock. matter of some delicacy and bee thatI again to Bertrand, after banking up other always smooth sbaen.' The manwanted [ 1 I

. couldn discuss with a stranger." the receIver "Well, that settles it. and in this case Is described by an nit
1 All Goods V/ill Be Sold Regardless of Cost. Bertrand looked dubiously? across the delight in you have done a great piece of work eyewitness as having no"'hair,'upon' his I, as
savages may I ,
desk at the white "haired, ruddy old for me It's Temple beyond a doubtIle'must face Moreover, a dark green necktie Is en
t; The stock consists of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry man who was beginning with nervous seeing SUFFERING, but the have shaved off his mustache. I'' mentioned and at _this very momentone i WHICH ,th-IT,
Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Ladies' Furnishings, etc. fingers to unloose the cord around a Otherwise it's the man to the life. I of our tall light men is wearing j ;
I square thin packet. When the wrapping highest thought of civilization can foresee another painful interview 1 such a tie. Again,' we know positively :

, ::2:;. -:. .: ] ENrEA'P: : : was removed there ,appeared a is to relieve nIl pain. This can with \hat" young scamp." I tint Charlotte mentioned her desire for : ofpr J
L frame of white cardboard with a design "It occurs to me," saId Bertrand this picture to one of these men, and I SUCCEEDWhen
126 South Tarragona Street. in colors and gUt inclosing a phoUograph quickly !>e'done with HAMLINS thoughtfully "that perhapsBut I we only' guess that she may have spoken -! 'Ev"
: / which upon Inspection proved WIZARD OIL. have no right. to advise in such a matter of It to-the'- tl'cr. I ]}
T ; to be a reproduction of a detail from 'a ," "Yet despite all these indications you I Tic
r-'L'4!" J i: ; painting of Chartran's, Brittany peas- For internal and external "Yes;/' you have" responded Bailey. persist in believing, that the man who is I fly
i ant girl holding a bridal veil in her "Go right ahead. I've got some new, 'not known to_hate,shaved off his mustache You Buy, fcu
Xitfiffi bands curative action, it has no equal ideas about the value of your advice or to have,worn a dark.green tie ; Get the Best. l'(
I "This thing seems to be a valentine" Iin Let's have 'Jt. my dear boy." or ever to have heard that Charlotte ad- ':
BUGGiES Ar.n. WAGONS I said the detective, "if, one may judge the entire medical world. It "I am In a fair way of business mired a certain picture is-'the one who It's the Cheapest in the End.Landreth's .
the here" said sent that \'al ntlne. Can wonder : I:;:
by design upon the frame. relieves the inflammation whichis Bertrand, looking ,around you ,
: "That's what it Is," responded Bal- the office. "My income seemse\\ assured then, that I hold"you for a very bad detective
i ley "and a fine one, as'you'll admit. irritating your nerves, regu- ,'an besides hate: made fortunate ?"

I ...TO BE... Illy daughter got it by.mall"yesterday. lates the circulation of the I. investments. My little property' "Harley! Good heavens! Do you
j and I want you to find oat who sent which you managed so well when I mean""Certainly-
.4S I It." small blood yessels, and, was a boy has grown more rapidly than' uncle: I sent, that valen-
SOLD AT Bertrand's mouth and eyes expressed I bII you.would readily believe" tine to Charlotte myself. Wp had: a talk ,
: : COST a painful amazement. scientific means, gently but eerjiainly "Ijn glad to hear it. my dear fellow. about it by telepbooe'while you were ; I,

f I "This is indeed'a-a somewhat delicate restores your body to : Bntj, what the deuce has this to do' bn your way to this'office, She called j New Crop }
I matter,"as you intimated." he said. with*;- me up on suspicion, to me the language
I health. I IJ. "It'ls In mind o( my craft. And some words she
"May I ask whether Charlotte has ex. my that if I might see said
? \Ve have a few fine buggies and wagons in pressed a, wish that I should do this? Charlotte and speak"to her as my heart' to me thanking me for my' little remembrance
4 stock which we are offering for sale at cost. Doesn't she know who sent it?' It j' You can't be sick, if you ward I It would prompt me**- raised 'my hope that you Just Received.W.
Come and see them and prices I "She says she doesn't There was a long silence the two need think no more of Stephen Tern- j)
get or drop Off the preliminary action of .
: "I ,shall ask for no. further evidence ( men looking Intently Into each other's pie.' ,, |
and will mail full jj
us a postal we particulars. on that c point:," responded Bertrand. ; disease microbes, with this eyes Then Bailey suddenly stretched i
"But there was another question" out hb.bnnd.. r !
"Xo. She hasn't expressed a wish ; greatest of all medicines of "I tijoufbt! of this years ago, Harley," To draw the fire out of a burn heal f i
; I that should investigate this matter. i said he: "TV hen you were a lad and shea without leaving
you modern times. Price 60c and a cut : 'a scar, or to1 i I W. A. D'Alemberte
PENSAGOLA BUGGY CO. She doesn't know that it I* being investigated. child at my knee. I thought of Itmany cure boils sores, tetter, eczema and all: I'
I But I am doing only my plain : $1.00. Fully guaranteed.For times afterward but somehow of .
skin and scalp' diseases,, use DeWitt's Crcggist and Apothecary
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duty in trying to find out whether this late,our, ways have not la!n together: !
4 Is the beginning of further attentionson sale and recommended hr' But':':'but I feel differently today. Per-: Witch Hazel Salve. A' specific for 103

30 East Garden Street, Pensacola, Fla. I the part of ;young Steve Temple. I WHITE'S PHARMACY. haps )'\'r been a toot," pil<>s. Get the .genuine., _No remedy, Telephone!\
. ft; ? 1 0 knew hts father for t' rascal; I know I, Pensacola Fla. 9q.lo ,yprrself a great Injustice, causes such speedy ,r fiet." Ask forDsWitt's 121 Soul!! Palaf Strut
, \ the, uncle" .
son anIsentb1niout .
& I' --- I Phone 180 Night Phone 448. J'eilon.J'IL t..rtrandwith., -the genuine.
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