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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 28, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
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EVENT A NOTABLE ONE AND WA aS a; 4. t I Mobile's Carnival the Grandestin FIFTEEN BEAUTIFULLY DECOR.

WITNESSED BY 2,000 PEOPLE, .ATED: FLOATS MADE UP THE
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THE LARGEST NUMBER EVER r FINEST PROCESSION I IN THE HIS.
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ASSEMBLED IN THE PENSACO, TORY OF CARNIVALS IN THIS
CAPT. A. M. HALLIDAX1.|. MISS

lA OPERA HOUSE-COURT OF ADRIENNE LAWRENCE KING \s :Jr, u 5g4 CITY-CROWDS CHEER PAGEANT

PRiSCUS::: PRSENTED A MAGNIFI, 'stAND -, iY a.i t,1 tM + FROM ONE END OF THE ROUTE ,
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ceNT AND GORGEOUS SCENE Ot" TO THE OTHER
THIRTY THOUSAND VISITORS IN

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CITY OF MOBILE.By .

The magnificent street pageant ot

fifteen" magnificent-floats-, the great
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i.minating event of the Car
t .. .. 1 the grand coronation ball Associated Press. feature of the entire Mardi Gras cele,
i-.irivd. at the opera house im New Orleans, Feb. 27.-The climaxof bratioa.wa., witnessed: last night by

t !following: conclusion of! : processions in the annual Mardi ... that was probably the largest and r
r ,,' which thPriscus Gras celebrations came to night with MISS DAISY HYER. MARDI QUEEN Of 1906
pageant an at
J enthusiastic crowd of
most peopltever
JOHN E. STILLMAN, KING PRISCUS
VII was revealed"Ail HON. VII, PENSACOLA MARDI the pageant of the Mystic; Krwe of
which wintered it prob i GRAS 1906. I Comus f who 'selected The Masque" by Miss: Daisye Hyer who was selected' as Queen of the Carnival Is one of assembled in Pensacola.The 3 >

:. .-.'"..Hd 2,000( people 500 Inure, lion. John E.: Stillman, who was last night unmasked as Priscus VII i Milton H:; the subjct for representa Pensacola's most beautiful and popular society favorites, and no selection pageant was superb and tbt'
house would seat-and in Mardi Gras King for 1&06. has been a resident of Pensacola for nearly ei'h'' ; tion. The principal themes of the, could have been made which would have pleased everyone more. people cheered ot from one end oi
,..,! 1 the affair was unprece years, having been appointed Co.lect-jr of Customs for this port during |poem were illustrat?>:.i i in twenty gorgeous I its ciKirse' to the other. The spectacle +
> 'lie annals of local ('arnh'aIJ President McKinley's first term and re-appointed three years ago by President ; floats. A brilliant- ball at the which it presented was:< a grand
French rpera followed 'the parad At! on-?. worth traveling a continent to
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t .r mi-!! Roosevelt.Since coining! to Pensacola. Mr. Stillman has made a great UKASE CONVOKING .
the carnival palace Rex, Captain A. M.Halllday. 1.I witness, and the impression which it
d: 'aiu rose at 9:13; on a :"rene many friends anJ he enjoys a personal popularity: whicfh: few men AdrienneLawrence
I selected Miss made cattnever be effaced from the
': -MI- 'splendor tableau in possess, but which in his case extends to all classes of our people. His :, i
for his queen. I ASSEMBLY memories<<: of those who saw it.
i of the my;?tic characters opageant selection a" King of the Carnival was a nappy one in everyrespect.. RUSSIAN ,
(Passing through crowded streets
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were gathered to- GRANDEST CARNIVAL IN I! brilliantly illuminated with bands
r, .it from twen
I playing applause coming
ADDITIONAL THAT EMPEROR
HAS BEEN FOLLOWED BY EVIDENCE
huge audience to splendidThen ; MURDERERS CARTERCHILDREN I
: ty thousand throats, the splendor or
another curtaia rose Mobile 'F?b. 27.-Mobile made the HAS FREED HIMSELF FROM UNDUE INFLUENCES AT the pageant: shown forth from a setting
: at :u>,- rear, seated upon his I .
commemorative of celebra-
carnival of 1906 which no royal festival":
< -.,,,10 nah; a purple canopy King RESPITED the cityj escape from yellow fever; ,I' COURT-PRESS DOUBTS SINCERITY. tion of ancient times could. have rl-
'!i- was> r'veate. in all hi; regal nlt tr.t it
last "summer.with,- thlj.Jt .. ,. .. .. __ Ti-kd.
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The Quern is Crooned.T GOVERNOR TERRELL, OF GEORGIA, GRANTS FOUR CONDEMNED I By Associated Press. freed himself from undue Influence. Quirin over twenty minutas to pass
mi entered upon ihe scene the Felix and the Knights of Revelry St. Petersburg, Feb. 27 Tie Ukase Excepting the Novoe Vremya the $\. given 'point, and the route traveled\ :
:nieh: < and Ladies of :bt- (court six MEN RESPITE TO MAY 4 IN OR DER TO ALLOW OF T"F1R g .v* parades this afternoon and the Convoking the national assembly Russian press seems unable to give ves one that enabled every person who
.. .-afh. and they w '. followed: bIt'r Myths and Infant Mystics celebrated!, on May 10, which was l issued against the government credit for the sincerity i desired to oU so to witness it. A discriptlon .#+ .
Majesty, the Qu .t-n, who ail CASE BEING HEARD BY U.S. SUPREME COURT. o'nirht.Thirty. ,, the decree of the reactional element of its good intentions and receives .I of the floats In detail fol. +'
iu-ofl, with true ruts] bearing: and -- -- ---- thousand visitors are in the at court, has been followed bv additional !. the national assembly ukase 1 lows: {)"

.."I- .*' 114: before the Kiaa received th<; By Associated Press.: Carter children* in Lowndes ('ount.1 cit- ).. evidence that the emperor has with coolness, even with mistrust. Twelve beautifully decorated and 't
jt-nivd dial her brow As l I brilliantly illuminated floats were in
m upon .Atlanta Ga.. Feb. 27.G0.erl1i'1r last summer. The first respite es-j 1
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.- a- ) with' the crown her 1- the parade in addition to the King's
upon
Tcrf'll today again respited J. G. pires next Friday and as the case is': : 1i 1"
t'nhead! : and assumed her queen'si'.on ; LOW TEMPERATURE float: and two fire wagons aim the
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I.Railings, his sonsMilton, and Jesse, fet for, hearing
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-: the riht of His Majesty gs spectacle they presented was more
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.it 1 the Alf Moore, under s"n- States Supreme Court on April 2, the I
and negro PITCHED r
;ii.idii-nc. hailed her with '!a'elight I fi: BATTLE gorgeous than upon any similar occasion
tllll.<<:.t'. tenee of death for the murder of the respite was extended to May 4. AT MOULTRIE:, ,GA ; UNKNOWN SCHOONER a in the history of the Carnival.

Hon. Jro. E. Stillman, King. I pASHORE ON CAPE HENRY The title of the parade was "Fan '

h. Knights and ladi .s of the !I oL-...,. .'...'...r..r.r.d.'... "...''..................".'.......>..>,.......".''.'..'-.'..I Associated--Press. ---- I tasies" ,and Artist Weber in the d. ,
hfl'' .ulvanced, and knelt in hum- By ?: By Associated Press signing and construction of the floats i
., Unas.Itcftire!: the royal couple,' MURDERER mE I '*"- DARING ROBBER BAND $1i Moultrie, Ga., Feb. 27.-At sevti ... Norfolk Va., Feb. 27.-An or LEGAL surpassed hIs effort of former year!'!,
I .-;: I'r! t-, and hit queen advanced i LOOT ILLINOIS BANK. 7-1oj o'clock tonight the temperature 1'1 :? unknown four masted schooner ;: King Priscus VII.
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.. down degrees and is falling -
forty two
i l'"II: uf the stage followed byni 3'' to was driven ashore in a blinding 1.'f. behind the fire
tY ----- Immediately wagonat
I. ralldlA.. sharp wind is bl.:>wing
'tinite.. For a moment th ;'. By Associated Press. 7i. snow storm, one mile off Cape 7.<- the head of the procession came # .
=V- w.ir I 'iirned off. Priscus reniovHS : Lincoln 111., Feb. 27.-The -.... I from the northwest and fhere is strong ;. Jlf'nrlate this afternoon. During ., the float of His Hoyal highness Priscus
!" ,,a>\k. and hen as a flood of FROM FRIGHT Peoples Bank of Kenney Ill., -... I i probability that it will be freezing, k tonight the wind is blowing: MINUSIn VII. Rex. The Royal equippag" .,
nuttf.*'i.r' was thrown upon the i was robbed early to-day by a ...1 I by morning. Practically all the pose; :b nearly fifty miles an hour. It was beautifully decorated I. immense r+
!u" ..not l lhf command "All hall: :.. band of fire armed men, acme ... ,: and! pum! trees in this section are in. :;t is impossible to launch surf dragons being on either side, while on I t
.Ii, i.;;: I'IIMII t .- was given by an ar .. of whom -pa troll->tl the streets 7; full bloom and 'but lttlE: hope is entertained 1llOatH and the efforts of life savers 7'1 top of the float under a canopy eat 1
>:"i" .' "IIIIli'r: the audience recosI i.,: firing on residents who attempt- ."i- for their escape.MILITARY : to shoot a line to the ship the King with scrptre' in hand bowingto
Y /. -I .c, K.nc i>ri'clls11' the hand ON TRAIN f.. ed to ascertain the cane of ..r I .. were unsuccessful on account s I Senate Committee on Inter- the right and left as procession

," i 'o.-m, rind features: of theirpopu' i, two loud explos'ons.] The robf AFFAIRSARGUED .: of the distance. There is fto ...:;I moved through the immense crowds
f> !"w ntizen" Hon. John K. Still !'. 1>?rs secured six hundred! doiy' i.; hope of reaching the boat bt- oceanic Canals-Morgan and that Iinof>ou' the sidewalks over 'the i
:,ifin .'" l lars in coin and it is believed 1; fore daylight s 1: ,whole line of march.

t ho. i iiientity, of the King became I 3: escaped on a blind! baggage car i. IN HOUSEBy Cromwell to Participants.By The Title Float. S
MI. His Majesty was greeted by a Central train 1; #
.: of an Illinois Immediately, following the Royal
Father j
n.r in. ,'i anildUit: that shook theNV II Man Accused of Killing ...... which pass;:!, at the time. equippage cam the Title float, which 1,
'b
more popular citizen could Associated: Press. "represented by an Immense bird .
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I.1. ,' :.h''n.. -h-eted for this great hen Expired Suddenly) While Being ** Washington, Feb. 27.-Military mat MISSIONARIES I Associated Press. resting upon base of clouds, bearing; 1
!1,1. v'K'ctkm could have pleased I hers held the attention of the Ilousf Washington, Feb. 27.-"Win. Nelsoi in its mouth the" ends of a banner on
I -' II. r number of people than didPMCII. Taken to Jail. BY1VEGRO today, the army appropriation bil ARE ALL SAFE, Cromwell and Senator: Morgan measured -'! xvhich appeared the titll'FantL'IIHi. :' I

\. '1 I THRKILLD being under consideration for amend legal minds", all day before the I A fairy figure stood at the front end
\,.n.: i ..; and his lovely quen nient. In order that General Corbir senate committee on inier-oceanic canals .i of this float and round the sides was ,
.' I a; p rhtre cf royalty as perfctr By Associated Press. FOOTPADS I and General McArthur might b'ome By Associated Press. and in a drawn battle adjournment a bed of brightly colored roses. Butterfly lk

I l.I'' \-r, exhibited; by the Kings the i i"Ii I I Roanwke, Va., Feb. :27.: -R. I... Tray Lientenant (Generals, provisions in the P>kin, Feb. 27-American Consul 1 was taken until tomorrow. I with gaudy wings ornament )
u nf 0j and they trod !
that rank were elimin the witness relentle.sly sa.
::1, ::11.. I ham wag arrested; her, last night on bill abolishing General Rodgers telegraphs from Mr. Morgan pursued j the rear.
'" tirr":; with a regal algnilyi.1 the charge of murdering his; father, ated on a point of order raised by MrGrosvenor f Shanghai that the fourteen Amricau concerning his relat'oni! "In The Realm of Folly."
II
( nut have been xeelld. I I J. D. Trayhani, on the night of Fob. .!i By Associated Press. i i : of Ohio, who substitute!l, missionaries who fled from Nanchang with the Panama Canal:: Company, asking .I The next: float represented "In Th9Itfalm
The Queen and Her Court. i i IS. New Orleans. Frb. 27.-Two darin an amendment to abolish the grade, I have all reaches Kiuklang !in safety. many skilful questions which wen of Folly" and was one of tho et
/1.1': rra: ciixis' Majesty, Queen Daisyeoric : here is bitter against Tray : negro hignwaymea hot down Frank after the officers hat been promot The gunboat Eliono is proceeding as skilfully evaded. masterpisce of the proceet on. The
of\. h !h..+- house of 1I 'er. was su-'i I ham Feeling and it was thought advisable tc H'tto. an Italian and his two sons at ed.but. this too, met defeat. Only I Iof 8 I from Nanchang to the seen of the Mr. Cromwell drew tile line! between I float, was designed to represent a tr"
'' 'I, ., r--gal robe of white and Point, a small town on the the of the bill were passed transfer of ih<'
::.:,, !; him to Lynchburg, for safe keep Gsos!: pages trouble. his actions since :: take Just the train! was :?ntl"ringtbf' Texas Pacific railway! today. Mrs.::, upon= when the House adjourned 1 canal property to she United State; and fools caps decorated pillars at the
as
M': i 1'1' urc-se gown of white net I! ing. Trayham arose from : Detta: escaped to give the, alarm and The House passed the Daisell bill ,and btfore the transfer and decline, rtar. In the center vr>re a number of
r', s i,ani.!; ; with gold was worn, latter city with an exclamation fell the store was then rcbbed. l.yneabgis chart 'ring the Lake Erie anti Ohic: MOB THIRSTINGFOR 1 positively to answer any question1! figures representing' : lllrth. Folly. '+#
II tu! The; his seat and the is aroused.! Company, with an
:n. i-iuffon over white: silk. the of an officer over fared and country River Ship Canal concerning the earlier! period.
*Kiiitic.'n; court train was of' back into When arm taken from the train: The two negroes wer arrated that; : thorize'd capital ofsixty million dol VENGEANCEI i At the close of the day Mr. Morgan: (Continued on Page Six.)
Z" the seat.
a':' wiiiio Satin lined with yellow: he was found to bs: dead. afternoon. lars. 'brought out a scheme for the Americanization .
the fact thai I i of the Panama Canal Company .
disclosed J
''i'n1'lIul'd, on j'a50 Three) An autopsy I I I
fright. No poison: was Associated Press. which promised to furnish a subject -
i h died from KILLED BY I By
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fjunit in his stomach. A piece ol( I Springfield Ohio. Feb. .-Mob :vio- for an interesting examination.
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bloody newspaper in which the hatchet I ltitce l is threatened here to-night as
had ben wrapped! with which he MIME EXPLOSION the result of. a' shooting! affray in the:
: was accused of murdering his father 1 railroad yards to-day in which -M. 11.j TO INVESTIGATE i k

: was found in the mun'er'r's: pocket. I S Da\is, a brakeman was perhaps:
I Young Trayhani bought the hatchet at Associated Press ly \\'oundeb: )" two negroes, Pr stoii NEW APPOINTEEBy it
By
local cutlery store the day preceding Ladd and Edward D-an. Ladd i II i iAa'
a Birmingham, Feb. 27>Report the hospital!
the tragedy. l' wounded: and i-s in game r
reached here to-night that an explosion l'I with Davis. Dean was taken to D.1y-1 t

has occurred at the Pip'r, Ala..l't I ton for safe kep:ng. A mob I Associated Pru;. I
SON OF EMPEROR i mine of the Little Cai>aba Coal Company thousand gathered and Ij now in The; .
Washington, tfb. 1-The snat"
in which six were killed and t Jvngleswliere they: have torn down:
q I MARRIEDBy I twelve badiinjurl"d.. Most of the Injured one negro house and threaten to clear i,i finance ooramirtee today appointedsuitcornmittee a.:i
r WILLIAM to investigate tlu
are expected to die beforr r section. A general firt'lalanll
),_t I morning. out the has negro be-n sounded and toe : charges against W. T. Vernon, of Kam,
sas, nominee for register of the tress
the state militia. iI
Associated Press hag a-ked for ;I
mayor
SophiE>, I i ury- Vernon is a uP.gan1: hi Kfn"I
Merlin Feb. 27.-Duchess t DROWNED I favored schools! for ,
of MANY gas separate ; ne
daughter
Charlotte, of Oldenburg, ,
ONSTATEHOOD roused faction 'Tzg :
duke of OlihubW'b WilL VOTE I groes."' This a agarasi'1 )
grand
M I the' reigning marriage with Princes! BY WATERSPOUT 1 I him and his opponent presemed\ o-: :;]II
It) his first I
i Elizabeth of Pruss'a. and. Prince: Cites. BILL I ctarges involf.us his 'moral': ,eiarsc! ; '

Frederick the seconcj! son of the emperor tvr.
married at ,, t'R t
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Scientist is Dead. .
in the chapel ,
o'clock this afternoon .
ress.Washington.
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'five :< Associated
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I of the palace by the court (!13I'an! ,t Antauarino, 'Madagascar, F'-b.:7.-- Feb.27.The Senatetoday Aiken. S. C.. Feb. .,-..S. P. Lang: .
Dr. Dryander. Rain was falling on: A waterspout uVucended upon No- to vote on. ,the, statehood JE l yw secretary of the Smith Institute! Ills dignity became<<: obscure
n ", dome while th- ceremonywas destroyed:, I On Palafox agreed! amendments at four and known as a scientist throughout; Ko longer It could he endure

Ute 11./111 t would fO stern'U turn I the chapel being performed but the hustle H.-rsons. 1 While He changed gazing his at a looks clown ) oclockFriday bill and' ,afternoon: ,. March 8. the world died here at nOOn today _, And Joined la with thf toirI' ; '_ ;

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1''I; :k;: Amusements HH- *I ScrofulaMakes I I BLUFF SPRINGS f BAD BLUDir1"Before LI PINE I 'BARREN ii 11 ; Celebrated 62dWedding -. '



: -- I be-ganusln.Ca.creti.T had a'bad eomteiion Anniversary ,
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n its known pim fae.*iii food was not
presence Special to The Journal. on my ;
: i :i y. Gigrst.el s:it should hare been. ow I sin ntIrelweil Special to The Journal.. ,

% M L' by many signs,-glandular Bluff Springs, Feb. 26.-Prof. I. E. ....nd the pim.ies have.11 dw-ppea.-.d ea-reta from nifae. Pine Barren Feb. 27D. Tarrantand
1 eaQ tnthtullr: ur: thAt are ;JflSta3&dvtrUsed. D. Celebrated the 62d Anniversary of His fli
:. Shepard's Moving Pictures.It tumors bunches in the neck, Alien! of Brent and }Ir, A. IT. Fillingim! : .I have takt'Dllul..two bozesofihee,," "wife of Birmingham have "been fir. Aqullla Sharp
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is said that one really great sentation cutaneous eruptions inflamed of Molino, visited the Filhngnns here 'Clarence k.On4iD.t her1daD.lw1.Pleanos. the guests. .of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wig. riage and Says His Sturdy Old Age Is Due to the RegularUse

1L "}' i is produced: in the theatrical, from Friday until Sunday last. They of Duffy's Pure MaltVhiskey..
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rti* U world every >ear The real sensation eyelids, sore ears, nest ForcATSAR.rc gins.Mr.LHflton
: $Rtri tl 1 success of the present season is I catarrh and wasting diseases.Hood'sSarsaparilla. spent Friday night at the home of I Green and Dr. McMillan a'It Has Done fie a World of Good, and Is Truly a Grand ned C !c Fel

ip.r without doubt Archia I* Shepards Mrs Sarah Fillingim and Saturday of ,Pansacola were here on and Tonic for Old Age."

41; t3' remarkable production of "The Train night at fits home of Rev. J. T. FllImgim. business one day ]last week.

1t? v 4' Wreckers This picture :runs about Large crowds of people Rev. B. C. Glennof, Pensacola made ,.
: twenty minutes and U one of the most
Effects permanent cures. gathered ach night to hear them play as' a call a fe* days since.
f T absorbingly interesting moving pic S S S
V. their violins which brought with I ...
lures conceivable It shows the attempt they aster Claud Lawrence and MrJao. '-
by a band of outlaws to wreck them. It Is certainly a treat to hear L-'Jern.ganof: this place are attending .

.': 4 t a limited express train. The acciaentzi ( Prof. Allen play the violin. We would Mardi Gras in Mobile this '
:: of their plans by a .Palatabl.] ,pt.et.Tsst.Good.Do Good. week. '-
d.scon'ry 4JLL QT all) be glad to have Prof. Allen and Never bteken, M oaken or OI1P. 10e Z5c.IOe.Neversold
1 switchman daughter Her capture in balk Tb. genuine tablet. stamped C C C. Mr. ansi Mrs. R. S. Mays of MeDavld %_
r by the, outlaws who tie bar securely [OR. Mr. A. J. Fillingim visit us again. Guaranteed to can or your muney back made a short 'visit to Pine Barren '
Sterling Co.,Chicago or N.Y. Coo e
iA t to a trw to prevent her interference EXPRESS: )Ir. John and Rob Fillingim re- Remedy xsterday.; Their.little son and daugh \

F \;1th their work Her reduce 'by a PREPAID/ Z( turnetf to Atmore Sunday. ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXESA t Emmett. and Bottle are attending ..

: : ; beautiful Newfoundland dog and fur Mr and Mrs. I John Conway and I school here.
ther shows how she manages to flag daughters Misses Sallie Mamie and Rev Alex Parker of Walnut Hill -' :'
': the train just in time to prevent the '11QTSi.6'S Lillie visited in Pensacola Saturday GENT'-' MAN'S TASTE IS BEST was a pleasant vis.tor at the Methodist ; :ic. '

,i i.L-i wreck, and later her recapture' by Miss Carrie McNeal went to Mobile SUITED WITH A parsonage a few days since. : .::: ?: ..
the bandits who throw her across, the Sunday and will remain till after Anme day tha little daughter of : .E:: ; :. ,::,

;4 railroad track bound and gaged. Just Mardi Gras. She will 'visit the Misses CHECK Mr. and Mrs.\ 1.1.V. Jones of Atmore, )
: :r as another limited train is about to Byars while there. CERTIFIED Is attending school here.

,; pass The final great climax of this I $ $49 : Miss Dorothy Pine and Mice Dorothy -. Mr. and Mrs. Free Perkins visited _5S_ "5: : ::::. .:i: .::: : s ALL

tt remarkably picture shows the rescue; I| Ray of Ontury were- guests of So CIGA. friends in banta Rosa county Sunday. .5 *
3
of tho girl by her sweetheart who is'' Miss :Nellie: Brewton t AF
Sunday. C
t of the train bj i I All the qualities of flaror, aroma ;.<
in charge ,
; engineer I
Pi Mr. and Mrs. John Toomer are the 1 -;
color and gooa' material Is TELL.
i- Picking her' from the track while the! 'proud parents of a flna baby boy who SHE COULDN'T i '
d ; train i is going at full speed The' arrived at their home last \\edns- embodied in it. :
rji \'reck.rs" will form an interesting They Asked Her, bat She Only flinched : I
.
'aCHAS.- day night. ;
jij of A. Greenhut & Co. and Shook Hep hand :
: portion of an exceptional program Mrs Gallic Seals! :; and son MasterIfenry ;
4t-4 moving picture surprises to be oflered about propils. as I \
went to Brewton, Al i., Sunday I. DISTRIBUTORS. They were talking
Archie L. Shepard at the '"
1ki by to visit relatives. will sometimes happen when tl.girls
44 J opera house Thursday afternoon and:I .. (J 'Mr Bill Brewton and t Daughter :Miss PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. &get together; not the proposals they had

:wc nIght. Allis and son. Master Carl, visited --- -- ---- ----- had of course-that would be too shock
BLUM&CO I )Ir. and Mrs N. J. Draw ton Sunday ingly Indelicate-but the proposals other >

+ ;w The Mayor of Tokio. 517 AND .519 WEST BAY ST.. Mrs. G. R. Stanton and children and Sales! Safes! Safes! people had had-that I is, proposals ingeneral. ... C* ,
11t On Ftiafc: ty March 2nd at the opera I Miss Addis Vanu and lII9"i Minnie .

ii \ house the eminent author-plav, JACKSONVILLE FLA. Powell went- to Pensacola Sunday to Buy (Diebold Safes! "A proposal anyway, is no such definite (
t'tt i. a It chard Carle will present in its entirety I remain: till afterIa.rdl Gras. .,
to think.
1 his latest farcical opera triumph and 'Fooiiohness" The first for its :\l1S3 Ponnie Davis and Miss Bessie Scarritt Moreno event as people seem with tho
of Tokio" :with all its went Pett acola Sunday. said the tall girl speaking con-
t 'tt 'The Major pietu music, and the second for its'| Taylor to ,
4i iF: !wealth of costumeic and electric l peculiar humor In addition to the' A ]large number of our citizens left ictiou of one who knows.

it c't; eranduer that characterized the long strong personal success achieved by for Pensaoohx: to-day and more will go /Agent. Well, I don't think there ought to be .. 5' ForEI.F.>

:I.i runs in C'hic.kgo, New York. Philartelphia -iM?. Carlo the most decided hits of to-morrow to attend the Mardi Gras. anything indefinite'about It," said the 5'5.> .,

: et and Boston where it was the the piece have ben scored by Miss I Rev J. T. Fillingim -:achea at --- red haired girl severely. "
tI* K jolliest kind of life tolor, mirth and Janvier a* a wardrobe mistress of the I Pine Barren church Sunday. I, "What Mary means," put In the short .. :::. : i '

L; !j! lufcic acoord-tl een for a decade It t stranded theatrical company, and Miss I isa Dora Gentry is on the sicly ;lrl, is that a man doesn't pop In on k4 t4 .
$ 1 t: Is said that fun and music fairly !>erra IIortense Mazurette the prima don list. H SAGE and 'Will
LEAVES you suddenly say, you. marry
j 2
$1 ate the two acts of the piece and i a. When Miss Janvier walked down I Mr Lon Macon was in Montgomery !lie? in BO many words." AQUILLA. D. SHARP.
N; # : each equally share the honors'Musical last week :business
to the footlights, there was hardly a, on .. "Certainly) be does not" said MaryA Mr.Sharp recently celebrated his rod wedding anniversary nt Lis home in Oeew he IWatch30T I
tt I. organizations!'; of to-day suffice person in the anal en ce who had ever Mr /track Gentry went to (IPensacola I ** proposal is generally an indefinite City,New Jersey. Rewrites: **I am eighty.fire years old,and have been a UN.: ,i
: b i :with but two or three comedians, but seen or heard of her Wltftm a few I estarday Duffy's Pure Malt TV hiskey as a tonic and invigorating medicine for year!,and*i nit
..4 ; not fco with "The Major of Tokio," for :Miss Katie White of 'Century is vis. thing running through weeks and even I
: :4. raojients after she had made her en has done me a world of good. am pleased to recommend it as a truly grand mn.i-:
I The
ii I 4 lIt addition audition to Mr. Carle, the trance, however the .ole house was iting Misj, Ellis Stanton.Mr. Special to Journal. months.. The man puts out silent sab- cine where a tonic is needed in old age,and I find it especially good for coughs,colik\!
._.a4 cast! of comedians alone includes William looking througl programme to dis I EJ Hogcboom.! The Journal's,I Brent, Feb 26.-We had a fine tie feelers all' this time. lie isn't goingto stomach troubles and all run-down conditions."

L ii3 Hock Fred IMar. Joe Smith cover the name of} this woman who had representative wa>? hf're.last Fridaj "growing rain" Tuesday night accom plunge blindly into a humiliating re--

-44ij CtarbaV'lllisu: n. Platt Edwin Baker immediately taken the fancy of Broad I Miss Minnie Brewton of McDavid panie by thunder and lightning Jcctlou. If be has an ounce of discernment Duffy's Pure Malt
end Je:., Came In "Tho Burgomas way because of her keen appreciation visited the Misses McNeal last week i iI. I nb. 23 is the average date for OUtlast he can tell pretty well how the Whiskey
"
-' .qw
) tV ; Wb bit 'The Tale ,.f" the Kangaroo;" in it. Miss Mazurette was also an Unknown is a guest. of the Misses Tisdale. : now take on a rapid growth and soon doesn't need a 'Lover's Guidebook': to is the perfect tonic-invigorator for the aged and the safeguard of the young.
:t ILIi! ". The Tenderfoot !hf' musical hit was quantity, although she had I .Mr Lee Williams is busily engaged. become plentiful in the market. teach him what to More than 4,000 old people state that their rugged health and sturdy old age are due ta
r4 'Mv Alamo thvi' but in 'The Mayor made a splendid impression in Chicago planting his spring garden. Clopton brothers have acres of beau say." the regular use of Dufly s Pure Malt TC hiskey. It is prescribed by leading pbysicups.
4! t [ 4: of Tokio :Mr: Carlo: has two Sons hits during the long run of "The Major ofTokio' j tiful "greens" which they are now "What! does he say. asked the red recommended by ministers of the Gospel and indorsed by temperance'orkf'ro' tie
cf unusual signlficence, ''I Like You," haired girl meaningly. country over as a reliable medicine and a sure preventive oiaease.. ufty'fiis b cLconiy
m that city, New York theatre- sending to market in considerable "Wait" calmly advised the tall girl."You'll positive cure of consumption, pneumonia,grip,bronchitis\coughs colds sora throat, WI lif
quantities. Cabbage is their leader malaria,low fevers,dyspepsia, indigestion constipation and every form of lung bow
; :, About three acres are covered by cabbage know In good time and stomach trouble. It aids digestion, induces sound and wholesome elerp enriches Pro 1
.1: alone and they have a fractioa 'a always thought." ranged the littlest poor and impoverished blood quickens the heart's action,tones up and improve the here Dyspepsiajf f WomenCaused ,':"'7 '- :-: i" ,.-,. I of an acre of each of these: beet girl, leaning her chin on her band "thatit circulation and brings: the body; back: to normal health and strength by going to thi
: source ofthe disease,killing the and them from MrsCor
driving the
poisonous germs body.
would be interesting to know how a
:, I i turnips carrots peas, kiate etc., etc.
,
I Give effective relief in bronchial I 11 Their fields of You seldom bear that CAUTION-Dttffy'8!. the only whiskey recognized by tee Government aa ft | >'dal .
Disorders ru3tjroof oats are now woman answer medicine. Xt is contains fusel oil la
by Female and Cured by < : absolutely pure no and cold In bottles only \ vi
and lung troubles. 1 carpeted with lovely green side of the question diseased" You will know the genuine by the "Old Chemist" trade-mark on the label. Sea
: 'J4 Lydia E. Phikbam's Vegetable Compound I Contain nothin ir,! rious. I, Prof. Allen ,appears to be enjoying "Hear! Hear: cried the red haired that the strap over the cork is unbroken. Kefnse substitutes and Imitations J. I,
: >>, :' sometimes offered by: dishonest dealers. They are harmful and will not cure you
p ik.t.tL1 iy [I tha sight of the elephant during his girl. "Dolly's seeking painters.: here t
other medicine has such record. You it all
'S I No a can get at drusists! and grocers..
I
A great many women suffer with a .' t "-.S. 'winter vacation. He has been sporting "No, I'm not," :answered Dolly composedly ordhrect. PriceUOa) bottle. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co.,Rochester: ,1*.Y. .nd ciProlent
,t14; li.t.i form of indigestion dyspepsiawhicht wl over in Santa Rosa county the
.5. "What I say will depend oa
'
!PI14 doesnot.ee.mtoyiehltoordinarytreat- : Seven Yearsof past week Waving one protracted
.*1 ment. While the symptomsseem to be > i : S frolic, among relatives, old scholars what I think of him and I shan't: need THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Distributers. <

eptlF f 'ti Mmilar to those of ordinary indiges. and lovely girls. No wonder that he anybody to teach me that""Well 1), sp
,41gI tion,yet the medicines universally prescribed 1 S frightful suffering from made a math on the belle of Santa my dears," remarked the tall -- -- ------ -- -- --- ----- --- --- -

r do not seem to restore the patient % Rosa-booming with 193 pounds ot girl, with a furtive glance at the spar J. I

ai'flW ..ft i? 's normal condition. I: maturest manhood-th heaviest; kling diamond on her third finger, Fire Fire Fire! 3pera'city

rF1: ..Ii'b&g ; .... I EczemaCured weight of his magnificent life. He "sometimes she says something and >
1! will] start east about the opening of then agalr. she may say nothing at all. ties.

." .i' spring to teach anoahar(! term of I have an Idea It all depends on the

g *. -: by 4 bottles ofD. town.chool" between Bohemia, and "Tater- circumstances But of one thing you The Big Fire Sale John.!\1 1

may be sure, she does nat say thIs. Initial
,
When he secures a pension an .'sells!
1tt I
; 4' D. D. PrescriptionRead The tall: girl arose and took a little old Carni
$S i hit!; old farm for an independent fortune
:-w I' ir'V1.S.k:4 he will be' puzzled to decide copy of "Jane Ejre" from her book : Begins

rt:4: 1An' letter from this prominent 1 whether to continue teaching for life, shelf. Finding the place. she read o'clock.All bu1n P
at 9
business or to go fiddling around with his aloud: Thursday Morning, the
4.44! ii It I &' 't man. pockets ever filled with "sugar candY." 'Mr. Rochester It ever I did a good liere c

141 1lII; 1A J $ THOS MCMILLAN deed in my life-If ever I thought a Goods Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost.
t reps
t I : .4. good thought-If ever I prayed a sin Am

iec. 4' a I ZANGWILL IN PALESTINE. cere and blameless prayer-if ever 1 The stock consists of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry heremond
wished a righteous wish-I am rewarded were
;; Goods Gents' Furnishings Ladies' Furnishings, etc.
4 .45f
Ten Picture of the Holy Land and now. To be your wife la for me to ,

+ I iL the Sea of Galilee. be as happy as I can be on earth'That's TJ Cam]
EL G :Fi.EE; ]13I..A.
HantAn
'r't.1 Israel Zangwill writes of Palestine: the way a classic heroine nc

.1 : ,' Ss* / 7"4'IY' "Wheu your oriental journey is all over cepted ber propasal girls. But I doa't: J 126 South Tarragona Street.

$' it is long before you will grow reconciled think"-and the tall girl smilingly; laid fI a"f-
: Mrs.M. Wright; \ '.5.5. e5 ,sSS to the prosaic world of Europe the book aside-"that It's the modern ---91 the t

,..l S 'etk 5'k ,and America. The squalor and discomfort way" ........O"....... .................................: the i Jtfcto J-

Mrs Pinkham claims that there is a ; I the beggars and the lepers will be "
'
; : "11at Is the modern way, Mary"
kind of dp psia that is caused by a S -, forgotten. Your will be full of the ,. 1: to
S. both
eyes 'Tell
slyly besought girls. u
4ls *! derangement' of the female organism .5 S of the f'ast-of white tents i MARION CURRY & 00. i
: $ ( and which, while it causes a disturb- pageantry I what you said.
: an"fI Mmilar to ordinary indigestion, and starry skies and glorious sunshine But Mary blushed and shook bet Bh
_ed' 5 *.M and radiant color and of a more beautiful : eons'lutel
11 cannot be relieved without a medicine head.-Philadelphia Bulletin
ce.-ss- ,,.,
< i' !
,
.-ti :*1 which not only acts as, a stomach tonic I humanity clad in flowing garments 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, ]
-"r buthasapeculiartoniccffecton the female I ,lor indescribable patterns and innumer.' fciVPlor" -

;i organism. Richard Carle, in The "Mayor of Tokio" -, t ble hues, dusky, glorious.; limbed men PENSACOLA FLORIDA.
As of this call 0j"SSNB.,Deo 15. 1m i
proof at-
theory we Friday Night. S After' rlvin awry remedy a and graceful women draped in sheets RUN DOWN AND NERVOUS OEATt
irntion to the of :Mrs.
eASe Maggie tnoroutrb trial and .
taking treatment
from differ nnd head- veils. You will dream' of
?: : Wright, Brooklyn, N. Y., who was ent physicians without reoelTior any relief I : ------ sss WHOLESALE====- :
: t completely<< cured by Lydia K. Pink. goers were unaware of her existnce. had almost given up hope when through the domes and minarets and long covered .
r' She I recommendation of the drug arm. Sherman & bnzlars.vhere the merchant squats Miss Doerr's Letter Tells How Vinci
ham's
yi Vt'gttableCompound aftereverything possesses a mezzocontraltooice,I MeOonnelL. I tried a bottle of the D. D IX It .
; I else had failed bhe writes; and has not a counterpart on the : gave me Instant relief Hue used four bottles cross legged amid his wares and business ''VeiltbeNint!

,. t "For two years I sufferedwith dyspepsia stage. At the close of the present I Ilx and( or think seven I am years cured with after tho suffering worst of for aU the skin last In a lazy hour long bargaining Helps People in This Condition. i Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs i

'rit e-o 'which bo degenerated the entire system that I season, Miss Mazuretto is to abanaonthe diseases the eram You will bear the plaintive cadence of
.w ; i waa unable to attend to my daily duties I light musical field and enter W.E.OWENS.The Owens Fence Post Co.? Arab love songs and the barbarous sIre
u1. pit",-e&k.nd nervous,and notbingthat I ate Don't be By request the following letter 's
; fooled
grand opera. Aside from the principals into thinking that skin and
tt1 '4 tasted Rood and it canitd a disturbance in my the peanut, Ballet" Is composeu' troubles come from blood impurities and clang of oriental music you will published in the hope that persons t Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. : Ui
-'r stomach 1 tried different djsptpkia cures, not be so sure that the strenuous, grind yourand
vli 4 t ; ,but nothing eeetned to help me, I wu ad- of nino little girls, none of themis don't blood ruin remedies.your stomach with purges and i log smoky life of the west In an 101pro.ement who are In poor condition! wi1! be convinced t Experienced Grader. "Prices Right. Grades Perfect. : aa.
T4 1* vfeed to pre Lydia E. Pmkbain's Vegetable more than 18 years old Not since I that Vinol is really what weca1m.
f Lmr Compound a trial and was happily surprised the "Florodora" sextette was the Eczema and all skin diseases are caused upon the patriarchal reposeof : : Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : TJm
!
.
'h to find that it K ted like a fine tonic,and in a topic of Broadway has such a hit by little germs that attack the skin ex the book of Genesis : Telephone 208. P. 0. Box 661.
: few day.I began to enjoy and propraiy digest been scored by pretty girls. These lit ternally.) D. D. D. Prescription kills these ,I Of the sea of Galilee be faY again: Miss Anna Doerr a prominent woman i -

::i ;"r et live nivfnod.weeks I My was rooorery a well woman.was rapid I have and recommended in- tie corjphees do a dance at the end of germs and leaves the skin clear, soft and "In gospel time It was alive with ships of Bvansv: Ind, writes, "My ;..... ...............................c

it to suffering women." the performance, which is called "La healthy. Its work seems almost miraculous I and bests Now for a change from health was broken, my appetite gone
: No other medicine many in the world has Danse Blanche et Noire" and which If you are skeptical go to the druggist whose horseback; we hired the entire fleet, a my nerves shattered and I was simply .I ...............0..............+0............... Lto.
:; name below and he will
received and gets an ovation at every ,!' endorsement touchridf'bpread or has such a unqualified recordfcnresoffemaetroub1esashasL.ydia lit addition there Is a large chorus of I =ohotos ntually and cure proof positive and all akin that D.diseases.D. D. will brawny fishers to the bead of the lake, tried so many medicines and J:>c'ors I II I People Who Have .

T "G lsha Girls," who are fresh and I: any I where we took our ease in a khan till without help that I was taoroughly

# ti. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound. good looking;, and have been chrlsUn.' the horses came tip But I mat notleave discouraged. !As a last resort I tried I Formed the
ed- the "Blue Ribbon Chorus ot I WE PROVE IT. : you with the impression that Palestine the cod liver oil preparat, Vinol I ii Habit
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America I To have and to surprise it had of the
II convince you we arranged i Is wholly desolate and degenerate my none I
I. with the I). D. D. Co., so that any sufferer fishy, greasy or disagreeable taste of
For around Jerusalem there
:i: A GOOD CARRIAGE. miles : I. of always using our Butter arc never disappointed<
No Case of Pneumonia on Record !I from any skin a's!ease can get Is indeed a stony desolation that makes old-fashioned cod liver oil or fmul-, ,
We do not know of a single instance : direct from the D. D. D. Co.'s !laboratory sions, and it was. delicious to take.I; .
:
When the heart' sink. But even at its worst; .
j you want a feool; carriage, where a cough or cold resulted in I a large free sample bottle of D. In a remarkably short time it gave Clover-Hill 'Butter "
the land retains of Its ancient Always Fresh
prompt service ana s.fe: and careful pneumonia of consumption when Pole D. D. prescription together with :32: traces me a hearty appetite, built up my nero | ,
t4
: treatment remember the originalHACKMAN'S I -)'*s Honey and Tar had been taken.I page new pamphlet on skin disease fatness; the bleak hills are terraced vous sjstem. and restored me to per f Sweet and Good
I with the Indications!' of ancient olh.etl'eE'S. ;; ,
el It cures coughs and colds perfectly so and freo advice on jour particularcase fect health and strength
I : EXCHANGE. I I do not take chances with some unknown from the world's greatest skin The choked up springs could be "Vinol cures such conditions as : -J I

4_},.m' .., PHONE 185. preparation which may contain specialist. liberated, and reafforestlng would cool these because it contains every one t and adds to the pleasure: of e\ery meal. It is }k' ;

It was founded In 189: and it has a opiates, which cause constipation HOOTON'S PHARMACY. and moisten the climate. of the medicinal, curative and bodyBuilding special refrigerators

L reputation for polite and careful driv a condition that retards recovery froma ""Occasionally: Arab settlement or elements of cod Tver: oil .
s- ;; ere and the best informed cabmen In cold Ask for F ley's Honey add FREE SAMPLE COUPON I I a German or Jewish colony makes the and without one drop of the B"stem.1dogging 14WGilrden TheC.o

-t:4 the city. Following are the members Tar and refuse any substitute otteredW. ("Mail- this Promptly) I I wilderness to blossom as! the rose.. The oil to upset the stomach and i{ : Phone 183 LAZ JACOBY Groc

4ttV ,land their hack numbers: A. D'Alemberte, druggist and, ,I r I D-D-D. CO. Medical De partmenT|I planting of trees will diminish retard i its work. It imparts in a natural -
A. M .Soloman, No.1, A. J. Leggett.SCo. apothecary. I I. 116-120 Michigan St., Suite 364 | fever. Even eucalyptus as I write a world fa. manner strength and vigor to :....................................a4. ...._..i .]

5;: J. Stallworth, No 7; J. E. Mor-' i Ii Chicago. j h(, mous tobacco planter comes In to tell every organ of the body, aids digestion

ris, No 8; S. Sunday, Jr. No. 11; C. '. MONEY TO LOAN. I Please send me free prepaid a Itlarge | me bow he has started a Palestine plantation ): and makes rich, red blood. We. ._ __.. ,- r.__ ,- ,....,..... ....
t 1 II. Taylor, No. 1!; O. Abdelcothe. No. The Mercantile Mortgage Companr 1 size sample bottle of D D from which he hopes a profit, ask every run down, nervous and de-'

"rb 15; R. J Parker. No 18; T. H Hear- I will loan you money on your household '' .. pamphlet and consultationblank J and how Jews bllltat' d. aged or weak person in Pen-I SHINGLES SASH WINDOW\ GL r
a million throughout DOORS
::1 old, No. 21; S. Bibbs. No. :6; M. Pet furniture pianos, or'gans, etc, I :. For ... years I have poor sacola and every person suffering ,
t' ;.4q t terson, No. 30; A. J. Braswell No. 77; without publicity on easy- weekly or : I I been afflicted with a skin disease J j i' Europe and Asia are dying to be from stubborn colds, hanging on BUILDING MATERIAL. ,
; closed monthly payments.: I called..and have nYe used I allowed a chance of working upon the bronchitis, to t
3'f All the above are nice, carriages I ) : SI coughs, or try Vinol on _(
MERCANTILE MTGE. CO. I f ID.D.D. holy soil if only the government our guarantee. It costs nothing if It

'; g 1, Signed J. STALL.WORTII, Pres. I 313'f' s. Palafox St. i Name .. .. .. ..... ....-... .. .. .. would Kuarantee titles! to the land fails to give satisfaction." W.: H. Rhone? II. H. G. DeSilVA & C /.

'fj ;lJr. t C.:; II. TAYLOR. See. and Tics. 'i E. 1L THUlUtAN. Mgr. J Address .. .. .. .. . .. .. bought White &. Co. druggists. --- ..

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THE tI I:. N ;) AGO L. A. \
JUUKNA L, MORNING
WED N E S DAY FEBRUARY, 1906 I
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-- : PICKPOCKETS K P n G K A MATTER HEALTH =-[IiLJ.(- STILLMAN N [ Hon. Jake- -Moore---- ------ _._- t





W E.RE E EflT A 1 ,


:iar1I illtri1 I UNMASKED Suffered Twenty Years With Indigestion.

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WORK : : .I Cured by Kodol!. Dyspepsia Cure.


:cine I February ASKING

"
in-:'>),\\we* novelties that :: '- OFFICE OF

I i ,' foj.! runners of sprii ;s One Lady Lost Pocketbook and (Continued from First Page)
a .
.! f ,,. i ,'11, The new line ot Ji, : ',tf !4'n satin and trimmed with ermine. list C! !jc prison Commission{ of corgia

.'. '.,., i Waistcoats! we Attempt to Take Diamond ; '_. slippers of gold-spangled white satingave ,
.. fj\t\i1J. : / JOS.S.TURNER.Chairman.: TOM EASON. CLEMENT A. EVANS.
received' are beaun "
., .
v EarringswasMade.Crook5 I J.[ completion to the dainty white Commissioner. Ccmmtsaioir
t> ,
., .l will add greatly: __ .tl ,"'1 and gold combination, while the .
.
DOODLe ,
YANCY. J. C. MOORE.
:
=== ,
,!h a' appearance of any crown jewels, gave majesty to the Seer wary. Stat.Wardsn.ATL.ANTA.AUgUSt.

",, :lres-ed< man.Ve and pickpockets were in evidence : 1 ; queen's slnder(} form and graceful
"
", noted for the line of Jn Tensacola Monday and Tues AtW1POWGER( carriage.
I 10 1904.E. .
\, uwt-ar we carry and day. and although they: secured hut First to enter of the queen's ,
Ij C. DeWn-r & Co.. Chicago! III ,
little. ,
01'1 i ml i l not he surprised they nevertheless caused tin courtiers, were Sir Knight Sam Pasco

I II j ;:'- \ '>u look at our corner officers fear that considerable uneasiness, for! ?nd lady Marion Suter. Her ia.)"ship Dear Sirs:-"'!. have suffered more than twenty years from Indi
they Mould -j.
succeed in their
I \"lirK'! \\. eftortg to lift watches ,pocketbooks was gowned in a pale; blue satin mes- gestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse thai

and other valuables.Yesterday satin trimmed with pale 'blue velvet I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything

ALL THE NEW SHADES afternoon the crooks, Absolutely Pure ribbon and silver spangled net ,' on my stomach. My heart would beat so fast I could not sleep at

ARE HERE. I I who working ar? apparently near the Kandy all strangers.were Kitchen!. She wore silver spangled blue satin I times I would ,almost drawdouble, with pain in the pit of my stomach
I
SUBSTITUTEA s'.ippers and a garland of pink
roses
:
\\ ., arc recMvin,; daily ,. where haa1' congregated an immense, throng and -where of people the! HAS NO graced her beautiful hair. I I lost twenty-five pounds: in fact I made up my mind that I could not

:,!, j. shiptl1'ntsor spring live but short time when friend of mine recommended Kodol
Then a a
Sir Walter
A streets were completely: blocked. Ont 1 Cream Tartar Powder I Pitt and Lady
.1'Itfiig and furnishings.; lady. whose name could not be' .\ Willis, she in a princess of blu I I1lie I Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to try it to please him and I was better in
,; this learned lost her pocketbook 'but she free from alum or phos- _
u M:di > space and liberty satin.: A band of bins
pale
could remember -. day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better
not whether she had{ cid lone
a
"
in Ilows. phatic of.thel
velvet
panne around the bottom
on1 lost it or that it had been taken from! I' 'i health than' for many years. Kodol did it. I keep a bottle constantly,
I her hand. The pocketbook contained skirt gave to the gown an air of distinction -i
I and write this hoping that humanity will be benefited."
several dollars and some papers. :Jh-" which was emphasized by j

lady reported her loss'at once, but th"l i the slyer foliage applied! up the front. Yours,very truly, a

"= iDARDtoTHJNTHE3Efl'.BUIL( fd officers wer unable to get trace of 'I !: panel. Fine pleatings or blue chiffon I "
Another attempted robbery was' 1a4.4.ft&7c.
) and real lace ,finished: the neck ante :
,
made a few mInute; afterwards when /
a stranger endeavorea' to take the sleeves! which were outlined by silver C

--- ----- !':diamond earring from the ears of,II L & N. HANDlED MORE THAN 1 1OO foliage and blue chiffon roses. Her]; -

1( Mrs. Jo?. Arbona. This occurred in jewels were turquoises and a wreath'1 Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure is the only digestant or combination of

1 1 front of White's Pharmacy, but wa! : 01 silver digestants that will digest all classes of food. In addition to this fact
Expert Watch Repairing and successful for the fact that the' foliage; was fastened in her
or i hair by a diamond. ornament. j I it contains, in assimilative form the greatest known tonic and recon
lady, as soon as the realized what c
! Engraving, go to i ir. was transpiring. ran fpr ths Randy ]! IMMENSE ARRESTSEREMADE ; Lady Sir Dixie J. Norman Bass. Lady Garrett Hxip3!f'lSoortingt! structive properties. All other digestants and dyspepsia remedies
: :> i
Kitchen. The man. who wa. tall and dainty ': certain classes of food only, and are lacking in reconstructive
r. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler, wore a moustache followed hart I of pink as liberty a rosebud satin in a with trained j jeweled gown digest -.

through the crowd for fully twenty properties.

213 South Palafox Street. feet endeavoring to get the jewels. but slippers trimmings.and Pink a wreath elbow, of gloves pink foigeiiuonots pink'. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is prepared at the laboratory of E. C.

unsuccessful..V .
.ean :rbc Latest Designs in Watchesand was. description of the man was given CROWDS I The were the artistic accessories i, DeWitt '& Co., Chicago, and is sold by leading druggists everywhere.
forgetmenots
of were fastened to her:
far thy have been
the officers but so
are J Jewelry.R. coiffeur by a diamond sunburst From
tenable to get: any trace of the party.LThe
a'
*nli- i narrow band of black vt'h'et'rOllml'
Ida 5atcnmaker. I first known of the pickpockets !I II ,
her throat hart
was a pendant encrusted -
V/HITE, 1 I in Pen-the arola officers was Monday got a clue afteritoon''alien that I'! Trains Arrive and Depart iu Two : Police Were Busy During Yesterday i with diamonds and a jeweled'llt '' Kodol Dyspepsia Cure

/ Manufacturing Jeweler I Ii encircled h=.r slender waist j

7 and Graduate Optician. i i.three or quietly more were together here and relievingstrangers were I Sections in Order to Accom- and 'Last Night But No SB | Sir Anderson Leonard entered with '! (tz
to S. Palafox St., Psnsacola' Fla. I:[ working { Ladv Bernadette Quina who wore a'!
a* a rule of their pocketbooks -1 WHAT YOU EAT
fetching inipoited' gown of pink silk I Itlf't DIGESTS
ng. but their work has: been so.'. modate Passengers.Immense rious Difficulties Occured. i iTlie i over pink chiffon and pink taffeta
of them has b..eu' I
: that no trace
;tons I quet II! was fluffy with ruffles and elabor- -"- --
. TERSELY TOLD :I found.i I S at ?d with medalions an; entr deux ofth :
the I i crowds of passengers were police officers of 'Pensacola *> same. Her long gloves h?r silk Jlfflng th> Carpet. Marine Co

-.ilyat.. !I I Health. handled by the Louisville and Nashville were ae busy lot yesterday and when hose and, .,?!lt! >pers were pink her garland I Worn and faded l brussels: anti velvet : Grocery .

*elliea 1. !1. J. ',"> of Vernon, brother,;i Means the ability to do a- good: day's during yesterday and the injvu 3 o'clock arrived this uiorn.ng: more of pink! roses and her jewels were '' carpets may 1 lit" made to )loot!: like n "w

' 1 B 1-ockey, of this city, is v.ork without undue" fatigue and to previous and it is not probable! that: tl'an one hundred pen-ons had been 'arls. I,[ by redyeinj: After tbearpet has ben 604( 606 608, 610 S. Palafox St.
ibatha -hort visit. arrested and Pent to jail. All during: Sir William i Phone 725.
t You cannot McGowan escorted I low"-
find life worth living. within a year the tranimi-n will be I cleaned and laid vu|*' it oft with viue--'
have indigestion or constipation; with called to work have the day commencing in the early I Ilr Lady Belle Whiting who wore ai gar water and allow to dry. Prepare V. J. VIDAL ff
E: l II Hall and children, of upon i. they hours the was, Manager.THE .
morning patrol wagon of jeweled lavender 1ll0ust>line .
and gown
the liver pollut-
a aIT. ,K.. are among the carni- out its upsetting Such condition done within the past,, wo da>"s>. kept on,the run to various IOrtollsof! 'i over lavender silk. She wore awifath I fl iroo4l dj *. selecting the pr >doiuuiant :
blood. a may
ill the ing the Although the influx of visitors: commenced color in the rarpet and apply with a
city.
, > : 'lievd by Her the city. :: of'ja.tti) fastened in hei HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
ee i b<' best and quickest the latter I ,. '
during portion -if 1 wide] paiiit bru b. All colors and shades,
)
'liS that the Throughout the day and night, however hair by an ornament of amethyst;
i; 'oid.: of Hartford. Ala.. i is bine the best liver regulator last week until EAT
it l '''
was not Monday
will not absorb the
)11. dye alike so that
.. U..mic! in the sights of the city :world has ever known. :Mrs. D. W. I morning that the heavy iiafij not one serious difficulty! oc-. and diamonds. Long lavenver glov sand I
:r:, o"njo.' iu; the Mardi Gras. :I Smith writes. April 3, 1902: "I used was curred. There was one cutting! affray lavender beaded !"slippers? were the a tie-sign will remain' anti all woin' Just Received:
felt. T'.ifn; i ir became
to attach
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Herbine. and find it the best medicine neee.sirv at an early hour this morningt etween uainjy, accessories. Her, jewels were places will be covered. !. Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch
," I': I I.. McDaniel. superinten-'I; for constipation\ ann' regulating the extra coaches to oveiy train arming negroes, in which one was stabbed in amethyst and diamonds. 50 kits of fancy Mackerel $1.25 per '

i .11 ion of Santa Uoa roun-! liver I ever used." Sold by all druggists I and Monday train Xo., 1 f-om the side, but with 'th's exception the- Sir J. Clark Porter catered with Lady For a Trwufeleavui CWUK kit.

- ,' :' \laidi Gras in Pensacola. I 5)c.FINE I the north was in two 3e2ious.! |i majority of the disorders were causedby Dotie Turtle who wore a becoming For a troublesome cough the following i 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit.
Yesterday morning tram No. :2: from ,
drunks, fights and .cursing. gown of exquisitely embm.derad: laveuder / recipe will prove effectual' I: Half a iiI'0 kits halibut 2ns, $l.::; per kit.
1! \\,1.1'1', a prominent turpeni'nc the north also came to he city in two The- police station presented a busyscene. crepe de chine and chiffon: over pint of ..trtinl'llton ', mixed: cold with 50)( kita of Cod Tongues and Sound,
! t.<, ''W' Norma. Fla,. is: in the 1 LARGE SHRIMP AT JOEROTH'S. sections and every ('oah"a.: -; cioied \'
' M 1"\\ !iu the Mardi Gras fe' tivitoaipospd -I PHONE 154. to its capa<'it)'. The one following duty there having their, ands full of flow'era in her hair. All the accessc'ri tub of sweet oil. Tate :t teacpotmuilui i'OQn-: Bloaters, Milkers and Roes. Herring
from the north at 9 o clock was also "s of this>beantifur costumewere I
work caring for the many who were > is Codfish, Pickled Salmon, DiU Pickles)
vheu the
well filled, while! those .uiutno ; fro'-i brought in fur.tolf keeping. Th in harmoDant) her jewels were cough troublesome. I[! German Sauer Krout.

\ ", of I 1). F. Hento.i. yU..iDJ "'""r.. over the P. & A. division l>rois-jnt; large capacity of the jail was taxed to its diamonds and einenuds. i Pigs Feet in kits. $m.00..

H, ,i on and I). N. Haydon, ofni To improve tilt quality "f -attle is crowds. !I utmost, and in some cells, as many as The queens blonde pag'i, John An- ( heap DUIufrrlant. i MaaeA'al and Lange's Fruit, Cakn.
'.iioli; ,. ind. were among the; not the whole Mi-ret of profitable cattle Last niirht at 11 o'clock when train five unfortunates being placd. ;i uYrsoii the nine years old son of: Dr. I A rrry reasonable but efficacious disinfectant -I National biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. 25c .-
2 north! found i and Mrs.\ M Anderson an.i' Djn is made by dissolving -
\.1 \ I itlrhere vesterJjy.I No. started it was sorn [ one pound.
iud per
I raising: : feediug.Vhile: Improving;: T: vo parties who were arrested for
I the quality of cuttle is the prime factor that the number of persons at tli" depot being drunk were fount; to nave revolvers -I Ill-lily the too vear old) sou of Mr I pound of green copperas. in one quart) of We handle the celebrated blends of -
I
I. Itollo, fornierlx of Pensucola.J: of could not be acconr.i.ofi-itt-. on wnmns'omd and :Mrs. IV.. Rilly. were a.s handsome water. Pour down the dratus. I Lotfee! ioati-d by the Gulf City Coffee
In profitable>t..linl!. the method their of
upon ,
''I"i :ln(',"< d in Montgomery h in :i i11' one train. so anothervas ordered manly and l peturecqtLa; as ar I, --- Co., II. P, Cblpman. Manager.
feeding is almost as important for course an additional charge was docketed I
\ VI l i Rnlln has VnenJsj list could d"t their full p.te's
many I making two sections to iun/ll the t >iie in TOte finranhtoa. i Oaxaca. 3ic lb.; Gold Standard. 25clb
t. \\ .1 areglad to see him a:;:lu. i without the proiH-r methods failure will passengers leaving the city i! against them.CLEVELAND : ''o.stuiuei of white satin and vellow If you are toeing bran to stuff' a pincushion I' ; Diamond Blend, 25c: lb; Golden ,

ilit 1 result rVgnrdless of quality of the cat It :Is estimated that the crowds that i velvet soften with lace trunk.j .-.I it I< a \v\-te\ prvcautioa to bake ,!,''Hio.'' :20c!) l lb.Strictly -
HUH.::;' lihon'is'lors who wee; tle. 'l'litolal method of cramming corn came from points! north of Pensa.oJv1, GR V3' ; I j doublets and cape, low gilt shoes and it firt. .. fresh roasted and ,as gool '
\ -'n.u\: 1 i :
"L enjoying; Mardi G:a* Into a steer regardless; of whether e'r were larger than eve uefo.-e known;: DUE HERE TO-uS 'MORNING! flesh! colored tights. H ing larger than I as any Coffee sold In thig City

tII.' \l K' Johnson. Mrs. J. II. DIa-j; uot ho digests t it. deluding! 011 hogs to In the history rf the city.Croup. : I former pages they were more prac II I ----:-: Send us our orders and we Mil deliver
!rc. Cleghorn. Mis. D.j the undigested com, is a tical. and proved as useful: as theyvvre The narom Uof. promptly.
pick IHXJJCas A
,11I111., ': Miss' II. Adair up "Spt-cial train bearing the Clsve-) I I :-
III'''' and Irs.,1 i well as nn old method. To put onPHKI land Grays, an organization of llong I! ornamental. It i U i reduted that the: agitation for .
rte-h and to put it on fast a steer Begins with the symptoms of a common islanding: in military circles. in Ohij ; sAD- j the bacon bog will nltlmntvly cbnuge -

\11 1I11',...i--'ing: same of basball was i should digest thoroughly all the food cold!; there is chilliness! sneezirg -I will reach the city this morning. com i ONLY ONE FEATUREI the character of the Unite States ho>g. HIClSeCAPUDINE
I TO MAR THE OCASION
-1 II '''l ,' ,'tt-uUy afternoon between that he takes into his .stomach. The sore throat hot skin quick Imlse.j ing ,from New Orleans where the I The all'fat hog of the pat will in tIne
,. '. .''in- f th,. ,. hoar>enass and impedv-J respiration! members of the party: have been I i the bncou
': "" : K'inKwt' Vixen j resulting in should take Give frequent spending tht past two (days enjoying Log. and the fat or lard Log as a whole
a order that jiorfect digestion/ i seems to have: bet-u only one bad 12 :
. Horehound Sirup. (the child will HEADACHES8rc.k.uPCOLDS
Ih '"> for the I' cry ; 1h" Mardi. Gras festivities. >
latter by thscore of place. Less corn and more ensilaged ''fiature to mar th- occa-on and th:.t i, will in the future more nearly moppro.zch' -
first of
: 1: ,., ,, for it) and at the sign a eoupycough The fairly had intended shaking a \
. I foods should I teen.eal in finishing h ileer apply frequently Uallard's Snow stop of a number of hours *r Pensa-1| was the ariangement. or lack of arrangement. -| the bacon bog la form. 'Of r-J '
. ----- I i providing for admission lIe demand A, I* 6 TO 12 HOVK.SfrUl
a
RI"- ( for the market.- Fmwllnx'H1t! Liniment to the thioat. cola and taking a trip ivpon; the bar !; course there will always
Il'biion !
: (j,It. ui":I Lemon and Vanilla are Mrs. A. Vliet. New Castle. Colo.,I tor. but it is unaterstood,I that the j to thopera .hou e. to witness" the coronation. i for land; consequently there will always _ _ Boolt lOc. Al1In&aGD. -

. increasing< in favor. Absojinir. !..... For i.iaaI..t.1'Iiree writesIarrh: 19. B"oJ2' : "I think! Hal- itinerary has l>ec-n sa changed thar I be a place for the fat or lard _ _ _
. o-s twice and the committee tieciJt.0 '
. j l' ,, as far years IIgo" says U. "-. Herj lard's Horehound S.\rup a wonderful this will! be iiUBOsMble. For some reason : hog. but the bacon bog will oecnigr a -
> i MS t the ..Hlne th holders of
Hibbon Flu- not t permit
. > of Colorado "In old Scotchman living remedy, and so pleasant to tak*. Sold The trip of the party will! conclud to : more prominent position in the future I
. ey i ii tickets to reserve their seat this year
in the San Lul11 11..y, in our by all uTuggists iI 01. March 7. than in the past.
: I :; I and a* a result!" there was a grand
. Oi EATH YESTERDAY OFTHEODORE state, concluded lie would experimentwith i FINE.I LARGE SHRIMP AT JOE ------.. --- ) rush at the opening of the ope.a I

. R. CERUTI peas as a food for a few lambs I ROTH'S. PHONE 154. ':-4saJ: house doors last night which nearly I I SEEDS -1 1SUCCEED I

.. that he owned.: : iasuiteditt injury to a great many THE DOCTORS AGREE. ,

'T'af'CI'I"n'. It Certiti. ajrrd 1 S years : "The poa diet proved to f* the very SOLID.SUBSTANTIAL. ptcple and which might have resulteofatally I
d
. 1I1d I n'x veiterday' mo.Tiins at! thing. The !l.unM not only took: on fat I :\0 1IrlItboll'U" Job I to -somei Two Physicians Both' Agree on the

: ; 'I''ti' '' "f. 1 li-: parent fornT of ] with surprising rapidity hut their tle*hac.qulrt..1 i I Nosuch an arrangement probably should everbe will I New Scientific Dandruff Treatment WHICH
I permitted again and
: \' .'; .1\ flu and Tweniyc.nd]i I a new and delicious flavor. FLESH not be.

. 1 The nest year everybody in that region : I _._ _
+ ," '"M'\: the mode.-! of theE I licgHit/ to follow his f'xam.IeantI list;: I and good. working brains Dr J. M. Powell of Spokane, Wtsh.saya ., ,

: '. ",'. '. /" n !<>ft last week on a visit 'oj;: year in the San Luis valley it i is;: esiinatM ( : are mada from I T/eDaj') After : "Herpic'ide has given; good. '

: 'K-: !iher v\ilh some reia'ivrs.i! : ; that no less than 500,000 sheep satisfaction in my family for dandruff :
n'I"
:
t :""1-0 '"inith. cannot reacJi nt-ie in | grew fat on peas.: I p- ," .

lum-ral. J' Nuts"THERE'S I PLEDGE Dr. W. G. ..Aiban of Walla Walla,
Grape -
-
------_ I Wash.. says: ''I I find Herpicida all .
,
dW5y5 ; ,that 1 is: claimed far it as a dandruffcure. When You Buy, -
nMnber
r the Fun Nara
Laxative_ gromo OuinmeI ontverybos. A REASON." I shall prescribe it." Dandruff Get the Best. 1 :'
u gerid dist'ae and }ou can't curl *
I u aCoWiaOn! DayCrlpio2 Z D&y> 25c ":J'T"'; jlk kcF- : unl' ?s y..i JU: the dandruff germ, It's the Cheapest in the End.

and you can't t := Newbro's Herpicide. the only prepara

t P ,.,....,. c iin: in the world that destroys the

PASTE IN THE POT !parasites. A delightful hair dressing;
Pliability and Stiffness. allays: itching instantly; make hair iandreth'sNew
IJ'' "'>h in the pasteeverjthing; bandy for instant sticking. In g .;; "//s ,
""fliclibrar.es.[ everjvvher that neat, quick rasiing is to be gjt I These are essential points ia -' [ .'Is n druff de,trover. For sale by W. A. ,
{me. DA1enmbeolrukgist and apothecary "
the starching of jour collars
';*TER-WELL PASTE IS IDEAL and cuffs. r'T-{ 121 South:: PaUlox: street, or send loc'

'ub! 10 cents Large sizes itiore.Pt "Have you ever done light house If they are K stiff' as not to ? ;stamps for sample to The HerpicideCo. I' I Crop
work?- bend easily, they won't shapeneatly : .. J) truil Michw

Cce'Brp : :raOc> s'tore. to break. f
: "Not IDeI! wouldn't go near the I Iw8tt'r. I and are apt ( 5
,:'. 335. 213 South PalmfoK Strmet. P.nsacIa If they are not stiff enough -
New York'orlll..
-
they soon lose theIr Siiape anl c cAll >D' Just Received.
_____ a I wilt down quickly.We t
\
rtobtty Ceoreai.'Vbat
starch them with just the ii kinds that
Bobby, in troupers!" mclaim- I II you want.
right amount of starch in them; I
I leI the visitor. IInw long have yon the result is that'ery customer II $
th W
Under
Again : tl'ell wearing tllf'm!" is pleased. I OAK{ AND PINE -

LEWIS DO' USE Management of "Not very Ilnz."! rcjdled Hn:>hy. I
!
Helen Lewis I "Only down to ny knre:?."-San Fran- The Star Steam I r.ioI. ,- ,.. .....".. a..n4 1.1I cheaper than you can buyit W. A. D'Alemberte.Druggist ,

Mrs. 'Y.rv Csl'! : Litter cold and 1 am sick at heart" anywhere. Any size )ou

I Laundry. Sttakespeare.' want. ml Apiihtiar),
New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated"Especially I
A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ,: II I skin eruption, disfigure Telephone 103.
Convenient for Transient Trade. Itching Blind. Bleedm;. Protruding i 37 E a.raen St. Phon. 114.Pentacota. I Itching, annoy torturing drive one wild.. Doan'5ntnt : E.i C. SEWELL
Fin 121 South Paiifoi Street.ry .
Piles. Druggists are authorized to re- brings quick and lasting: $
0ppOSTE! UNION DEPOT PENSACOLA :FLORIDA. fund money if PAZO OIN'fME: .."' Tfaili nt |
i I cures. F'.fC. yceats at any drug store.} Phone 614.
In 6 I
to cure to 14 days. w50c; ,


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PAGE FOUR THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, 'WEDNESDAY, MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1906

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r? .' LENTEN: : SERVICES :'-,- UOUSE, ..:> ..''- .. -. H
-4 AX 5S03. J// )
)
be 3natoIa Bonina The
ITTI1ECUURCITILS C.W.LAMAR. President JOHN PFEIFFEX. Assistlllt CatHiir.
M.E. CLARK.Vice.President and Cashier. j.W.ANDREWS.Assistant CasW. 1. i
; Thursday, March

: Jr4)r j SU N DAY.. THE AMERICAN Matinee and Night. Silverware :
DAILY. WEEKLY._ ( SPECIAL ORDER AT THE EPISCOPAL .( NATIONAL BANK
!fl 4L' We
PUBLISHED% EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY : AND CATHOLIC CHURCHES -* OF Pf/VS4COi4. FLA. Archie L. Shepard ;

...BY... OF THE CITY DURING THE FORTY DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Sell
will present themostmarve1ousMUVIG

::4 THE JOURNAL COMPANY. I ,CAYS IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING CAPITAL STOCK, IIOO.OOO.: SURPLUS, $69,039.

EASTER. DIRECTORS. J PICUJRES

p.t FRANK L. MAYES President and General Manager. Henry L. Covlngton, Frank! Reilly, F. E. Brawner EVER EXHIBITED.
\ J. M. PIthier, W. S. Rosasco, C.W. Lamar
-ft -- --- During lent, which begins to-daj. Bryan Duimody, T. F. McGourin, J. R.Saunders, Positively everything new; not one
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. special services will ba held in the A. M. Avery W. "Milton. 0 E. !\1aur p'cture shown at our former' exhibitions -
Episcopal and Catholic churches of the W. U Cawthon, Dr. W. J. hannah M Kenzie Oertlng will be reproduced.
.u : -- Alex McGowin, C. M. Covlngton E. Clark.
,
city, the, order of services given out M. Night Pnces-15, 25, 35 and SOc.I

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 11 bj Christ church, St. Katharine's and I Accounts Banks., Individuals Corporations Firms Solicited. Matinee, 15 and 25c.

c .W One Year. ................$5 00 One Month....... ......... 45 St. Joseph's being as follows: J Seats now on sale. is built the
_'r ut9:; Six ::Months ......... ...... 2 50 One Week................... 10 Four.per cent_Interest Paid on Ti,Tie D'iusih. on heirloom plan ta,.
: h Three Months.,............ X 25 Weekly Edition, per year.l 00 At Christ Church.Sundays,7:3Oandlln.in.. -- -- -. --.-- to last.for! jears and years. and th-
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i: L.i: _ _ _ _ _ .; 5pm.AshWednesday ONE NIGHTONLYlFriday t- descend to the next generation, "
4F? 7:30 and 11 a. m.; -
The Pensacola Newspaper From Which Detailed
Only a i
;3 p. m. March 2. l8tf.RQGERS
*fer Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Wednesdays and BROS:
Frlda.3HoIy'I
I I Communion 7:30 WHAT DO YOU DO WITH! America's Premier Player-Playwright
4; t r4i a. m; Daily at 5 p. ,

Offices.108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains m. SPOONS. FORKS. ETC.
'I Richard Carle
.ft..ooo A At.Ie I For are as near perfection iot'thlS
holy week special notice will be I Tmrtw
: Government. Phone 38. _ and at all News Stands. IS possible, and we shall take pleaUrf a
,
YOUR .
3 given. SALARY ? .' Presents Himself in His Late..tFarcical showing you all the late desiras tn-.
At St. Joseph's. Operatic. reliable brand.

47 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1306!) Until) further notice is given the following -

k4 _ _ _ __ -- will be the Lenten Service' May we suggest that it will be a good. THE MAYOROF 1-:9

ir i The Mardi Gras Celebration of 1906 West schedule Government at St. street Joseph's: church on idea to place a part of it regularly with the TOKIO I I1.t If

First National at four per cent interest:> ?
c and the Men Who Made, It. Sundajs a,'m. Low Mass and In Scintillating Alad&nLfkeAchievement ; { 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET

f struction; 9 a. m. Sunday school; 10a. at PENSACOLAStearns

; The Mardi Gras Carnival of 190S!) has been concludiKL Kins PrIscus m. High Mass and Instruction; 7:30p. ONE DOLLAR OPENS A SAVINGS ACCJ JilT \ LIFE, BEAUTY, COLOR, MIRTH, &__ -

Merry Monarch of Mirth, has departed again into the remote regions of m. Vespers, Instruction. Rosary-and Two Carloads of 'Scenic and s'- -

;., t Z4 Ws mjBtic realm. Tie Royal Pageant of last night with its gold and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Costume Splendor.See .

purple and brillian lights and prancng! steeds, has faded away. The \VedflOSdays73O p. in., Rosary; and we pay four per cent interest. If not the "Dashing Peanut Ballet,"

11 great crowds which throtfeed the streets have: dispersed. The Coronation Reading on the Passion and Benediction convenient to call, you can open an account Dainty Geisha Girls Blue Ribbon

,4: i Ball with its assemblage; of beauty and chivalry is over. The glory of of the Blessed Sacrament. by mail. You can send money orders up to Beauty Chorus.PRICE550.

: the great event is gone and nothing but memory can gild again into form Fridays-.7:30 p.: m. Way of thi $2.50.for only three cents. cents to $1.50.

the pictured beauty of Pensacola's ante-Lenten Revels. Cross and Benediction of the Blessed Secure seats early.

851: But tho memory of those two days will remain and the mental picture Sacrament.

I which it paints will serve to recall the part played by the enterprising! Holy Mass on week days at 8 Nick's 'Buffet and -

f d and
41 We ref.-r to President 'Walker ]graham, of the Carnival Association be at 7:30 o'clock.

;4 ( jt41 Secretary F J.'. Bingham. Chairman, Chag Turner of the parade committee St. KathaMne's-Cervantes and Davis FIR-STNATIONAL BANK Restaurant 'Electri1

:jF; Chairman Kd Gale Quina of the advertising committee ChairmanHenry T. B.street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe S. Rat and Roach Paste

.z 4 $ Ib'er of the finance committee, and the various workers and assist- rector.Lenten Services. OF PENSACOLA kind Is the in only Pensacola.place in of fact its lJ eocaro.che8l'iraaruteoU*U.>rid,mice.the houie w ur,buHi buvorMonef&jlI E

*<* rt Z* Ints in the association to whom Pensacola and the visitors who came here Ash FLA. itis I of; :.Iutr:1rietci. r">.tPIT.!:l'' BP9relStoarns

;: '. IT*""jj? >rc indebted for the good time which all enjojed. The work these gentlemen ion Wednesday: Holy Commnn- I W,H.X owus.Pres W.K.HTBR.: JR..V.,Pres. and Cas' er. Electric Paste Co.,
; 7
: a. m.; Matins Litany and Sermon T.w. tbns1': and W N! ROBBRT'! Asst.Ca-thier C klcac.1IL. l..*.A, ,
; jk; did can never be appreciated by one who Is not familiar with It, and 10 a. m; service with address I DIHECTOR-F.: C Brec... W. A Bloont. \\. H. Knowles, W. E. Hr r, Jr., A Pride to
31 4i the dl&couragnients under which they frequently labored can hardly be conreived P.nt. D. G. Brent.

fl :i bv anyone who is unacquainted with the peculiar make-up of some Sundays: Holy Communion :'sun-1) I Pensacola.Larger -- -- -

t-V i of Pensacola business element. m.: Holy Communion 1st and 3rd .
day 11 a. m. Matins and '
g Theassociation Is now about J100000 In debt as a result of the small m. ; sermon 4 P.I.- ,-- -. -- cities cannot

contributions ou the part of some and of no contributions at all on the part Week Days: Holy Communion, HILTON ORKEV. PxtDiDCMl. T.K.WELLES. VICB P&&SITDISI boast of a better equ.ppea: : \

n vu __tT of others anti this deficiency will have to be made up at once. every Thursday 10 a. m ; services; a. 3LJivsaazLL.tIRiLr MAHSFIJCU MORJUJO.\ AM C...BIIII place. The service is the

t But despite all of these obstacles and discouragements the Carnivai every day at 4 p. m. I Citizens National Bank best that can be had.

Association succeded in putting on the most successful Mardi i' Gras celebration Rules for Lent. ,
"to The rules for lent in. this of Penn cola.Florid Nick Apostle Propt'r
-2c1: In the citj's history and the twentieth centary spirit and enterprise diocese of the Catholic church accord D1.rootor.* ,

of the community give them full credit and thanks for their great ing to the apostlic indult of August C, Oeo,W Wr1 ht. MorrU $ear, T. K. Wall, --
work. 1887, are a* follows: Klz II.Robin SOD. *..Rube Qreea.EN5RM. ---

First-All the faithful who have A B\NKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED THEOORDON
i1: For Artist Theodore Webber who desfgned and executed the magnlfl- .
completed their twenty-first year and ""
4w.i. cent floats whIch made up last night's pageant nothing but praise unstinted who have not begun their sixtieth -- I' -.

: Ij and unanImous. is heard. The work stamps him as .a master and :year, and who are not exempted from> ' BROWN/
the result could not have given greater satisfaction.The the obligation of fasting by sickness; :*, J' REESE.. President. E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier. DR. J. H. MOCK
hard work or other well-known reasons R. M. CARY VIce-Presldent.

1iE'' ( and question of arranging of making for next up j ear's the present must now deficit be taken in this up.year's If those celebration who. days. of are Lent obliged except to Sundays.fast on all the .: THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. i I HARDWARE\ COMPANY Dental Surgeon.Crown .

?jct1L? have failed to contribute will come forward and pay their pro rata in to Sccona1-On those; days but one full j' tore---L J. Rtevec, J. .. Reese, ,W. DeC. Ke&sler.I R. M. Gary, ,

tho treasurer the deficit can be immediately wiped out. :And if the business meal is alloved which should not betaken W.; A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J.'Hootoru Pensacola, Fla. and Bridge Work a Special:

tri it community in general will signify its desire in the premises, the matter befor noon. A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Painless Extracting of Teeth-
Third
-Custom
Hardware
allows a cup of coffee YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED Biggest Firm This 28'/ S. Palafox St.
Y'f1 : it of holding a Mardi Gras celebration next year can be immediately decided tea or thin chocolate, and a ...4..+!.!....e................................... 7 and9 Old Armory Bu.ldmg!
snail piece of bread of Side.of,
:: jj upon. a cracker to Birmingham. Phone 1077.REWARD.
be taken In the and in 'the
morning
g t ; For Itself The Journal congratula tes the Cuninlssociation on its ;
evening, a collation not exceeding We Will.
Save
c Lt great success, and takes the position here and now that Mardi Gras should the fourth of .... You Money on
part an ordinary meal is R ttr.Cll'", ==- -Jl'- """ JnG. ".....,.
4ljS Jje made a permanent institution in Pensacola. allowed. At this collation butter, Pres. '"" .A.-- '"" '-"' ".1:".. Your Purchases ofHARDWARE
*.,1 i4h t tM cheese milk eggs and all kinds of .I/ Wholawle and Retail Dealer to

: fruit fish and vegetables are allowed.When Steam Domestic Anthracite
.ljf4ct f\
Little Items Times will be quick to resent: the principal meal cannot without Blacksmith C J A L iRIWAtUCANr
and *
Mr. Michael J. Ilickey of Apalachl! inconvenience be taken at noon, it *
: For Floridians. cola, is in Mobile for Mardi Gras. He 13 'permissible to take the collation in Office-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.

I4' Attention to the little things leadslt came to Mobile to see Felix and his the mornings and the dinner in the .) Yard 'corner, Tarragona and Gonzalez streets Phones 6 and 372 P PI of all kinds, such as

to the establishment of 'gigantic industries queen and also to get a real chanceat ening. I I
fishing. 'Fourth-Abstinence from the use of Mill Supplies Tools
I :b and enterprises, and this fact Turpentine ,
fresh meat
: is enjoined on all the Wednesdays -
Real fishing, Please
'indeed state
:i; is brought strongly to mind by and Fridays of Lent and on -_ ______4 I
tho following.: which under the caption your side of the case, Bro. Johnson. the Saturday of Ember Week and on Belting, Piping, Ammunition Etc.

:t1 i "Little Items for Floridians" appeared -! hole Saturday. Write to Us for Prices.
p Fifth-The use of lard Is allowed In
t? in a recent" issue of the Jacksonville Spoke Too qooa. cooking. BUGGIES AND WAGONS
T' "My dear," said the caller "I wuover
f ;, Times-Union. to see" Mrs. Gabblt yesterday afternoon Sixth-Fish and flesh are not al
Our state has the beautiful lowed at the same meal, even on Sun
most
L and you just ought to have dajs Professional! DirectoryTHOS.
I' lik woods of this continent for interior
heard what she said about you. Why, .
Seventh
4 Li decorations for tables and for cabinet -Egga. cheese, milk and
.TO BE.
ll 4; work. Yet we sell red mangrove. she talked" about you all the time I I I butter may b, used every day, but abstinence .. .. PEBLEY,
was there from all of these is recommended -
>beautifully splotched and tinted magnolia -
,. i "lira. Gabbit! exclaims the hostess!': on Good Friday.IghthPnsons i-AW. REAL ESTATE. LQANS AND um ..It
planks like slabs of rich arrest
c1.1: cream, for th o
warmly. "Well all I've got to say la exempted from the COLLECTIONS if .!!8,
curled pine in rosettes and waving SOLD AT COST man. She Is about :26! vein
: lines, red bay and knotted live-oak as that nobody believe a word she says. obligation of fasting are not bound by PALAFOX AND ROMANA. weighs 135 pounds thick dirk: !I'a' ,
: "rough lumber!" That woman couldn't speak; the truthIf the restriction of using meat but oncea high! forehead brown *->es. fiv f''th'gh
a. ( the in which the of PHONE 557. -
c&y on days us3
In Japan the bamboo cane is set she tried. Everything] she says is .. wears No 6 sho's. upper 'o'PtI!
meat is ;permitted by d ensatfon.
occasion of to pure Invention won't give It gold filled and crown d t<*ith Sh 5
: up on every festivity a worse one
Ninth-Children over 7 years of age We have few fine and in ..
banners is but I have a buggies wagons with roun! CII.]
J,1t. carry and flags, it used by name, my own opinion. has long fingers
bound the law of .
4 farmers for water" pipes, for chicken "I'm dreadfully sorry to bear It. She I are unless excused toy by sicknsss abstinence. or other stock which we are offering for sale at cost. T G. YATES M. D. Plump of figure an I fa rly pr. tv H.r
_hi"!3
P fences. for furniture and easels. for maiden name was Thompson, >
talked all the time about you and said I causes. Come and see them and pr'ces .
get or dropus
d'ppers: and buckets, for flower-vases she name she has posblv assumed
the
thought
were nicest Tenth
in whichall
you woman -The paschal time
.c and candle sticks for awnings and in this town and a lot more of the Catholics who have come to tne a postal and we will mail full particulars. OPTICIAN Wira she'lff at DfFrnlalc Spriar! ,
hilt
for slats where shade is desir 306 THIESEN Florida: $50.00 reward for th <'
4 of bound to BUILOIGN
r same nature. Chicago Tribune. jears discretion are receive
r ed. It would be the ideal material holy communion worthily, ex Fisher Monrce Douglas This WOtIlt=,
.t for shading groves and tobacco plantations Florence Wood kidnapped hIm fr"8:
I tends from the first Sunday of Lnt
4v 'JI -it would mako the best of supports EasyV 87' to Carre. till! Trinity Sunday, Inclusive. Children H. T. CRAWFORD, Freeport F'.a.: on the nIght of Sppw-a-
t# for tomatoes and rape vines. Freddy lived! In a boarding house over 7 years of age are bound by the PENSACOLA BUGGY CO. ber 6th. 1803; The child i i" 1 Ii years o!J.
Jc t' Now the bamboo grows here as luxuriantly near where they bad been excavating precept of annual confession. Pastors REAL ESTATE. fair skin. light hair. Las upptr for*-
c; : as In Japan. it asks only for for the subway One day when he and parents should see that the children MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS COL. teeth rotted ort; very plump, weight!:

:'icI' '1' wet ground and it reproduces and cultivates saw his mother struggling with a particularly comply with this duty. 30 East Garden Street Pensacola Fla. LECTED. about 50 pounds; very brunt;; rbll.1
.' ; ; t Itself How much more beau tough steak the boarders were Eleventh-The holy season of Lentis Expenses paid both ways dfllTfrc! !;
:;.,. tiful would many marshes and the convulsed to hear him pipe up a time of prayer, of sorrow for sin. 414 THIESEN BUILDING. child to DeFunlak Spnnss Fla. In addition -

; I4 borders of our lakes be if bamboos "Mamma why don't you blast it?"- of seclusion. from the world and its Pensacola, Fla. to the $ O.OO rewardH. .
m: : were set and how valuable it would I Chicago Inter Ocean.A amusements, and of generous alms ------ A DOUGL'ASFather ,
: ;jj be as a protection for banks subject" giving. NOT IN THE TRUST! of th.'h::r'
to invasion from waves or high Water Tvelfth-By a special 1 adult granted When you want a first class rubber. DeFunlak Sprin"* >3-
? Good Flare. to the bishops of the United States NEW METHOD LAUNDRY tired carriage, ring us up. Our car- -

Florida is rich in potter's clay; the fOr ten years, dating from March 15. r'ages are all new and first class in
-1
best market for the coarser wares of 1893, working 'people.who cannot easi. every respect; our drivers are careful I NOTICE.
e the Trenton and Liverpool potteries Ir observe the common law of the E. If.' LAMWVCr. Provrlstar V o I w.il. ?awt. SI Phone 181. and polite. Hackmen's Exchange Notice Is hereby given t.. Cl

? !. South America, which stands readyto church are dispense'from the obligat'oa telephone 8U.GOLDSTUCKER. legatees distributees and ,.:;
take all Florida. can send. In New of abstinence on all days of the BROS claims ul"i
HitH"" H"" H- *'tts' -5. Props., persons having
I $i Jersey and Ohio ingredients must be _ tear except Frldavs. Ash Wednesday .. W. B. F. Turner, Mgr. ..1 against the estate of Emma 1
Imported from Germany-Florida could Holy Week and Christmas eve. This |: DIAMONDS WATCHES, JEWELRY, J rick deceased, to present .
:4 save that 'But It does dispensation: does not exempt from --- -- --- -
4 expense. not | within two ((2) years to
i pay to ship the clay and we have no the additional obligation of fasting CLOCKS PRECIOUS STOV33 BRONZ3E Florida and Alabama signed who has taken our .
4. potteries.Oak where such exists, nor does it authorize | STERLING SILVERWARE tamentary upon tie% estate oi I
the use of fish and flesh at the ,
and hemlock
for
tanning are deceased.
z becoming costl>-Florida has the tannin same meaL It includes, however, not |[ ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, LAND COMPANY J. C. GREEN, ExFebruary .....
only the individual workmen in
'everywhere In her Hi''
palmetto of 14, 1906.
.' E CUT GLASSWARE. Manufacturers of
is but all
the richest and best whose favor it granted1, the ;
members of their families as well in and Dealers in
I
::
Some of us tell eagerly how ItS II
easy
LUMBER SAWED
return it Is expected that those who I CYPRESS SHIN
was for the first comers to get rich. _
I GLES AND KILN.DRIED
avail themselves of this indult will endeavor SAP. BARRELS
5.500
It Is also 'plain that the last
comer to enter into the spirit of the : Engraving and Fine Stationery.
;;
:t will have enough material for wealth ,
'I
i-I holy season of Lent by voluntary acts ; t FLORIDA CURIOSITIES.
if
he but the CEMWe
industry and
PORTLAND
possess -
of mortification, pennance and alms-
: t spirit of those Who preceded.him. If I Live and Stuffed ,Alligators ready
A praiseworthy custom
giving.; most
S jou want to get rich come to Florida, is that of abstaining during Lent ,r Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention *; for shipment.wood --
but when you get here U5'e"'our brain from stimulants, in honor.of the sacred ; Oratfge canes. with. alligator
as well as your hands. thirst of Our Divine Savior. 's": r I heads 75c.: >; have just received a "
Old Gentleman-Getting on well at Those who entertain reasonable Sea Shells! and Sheli'.twelry,-5h U direct from Antwerp, by th<
P School my boy-got a good place in any I and Wood Novelties. Leather Goods Strathern of 5,500 barrels of I1
Ileres' a little squib from the columns doubt about their obligation to fast or E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. ; a
m your class,eh? abstain ought to apply to their i Specialty. Cement. Send in your order
of Tho Mobile Registernhlch pastoror .
Jones, Minor-Tes,sir; next the store confessor for advice. | MOBILE, ALA. ; MR. C. N. McCLURE. if you want any of it,
.. Editor Johnson, of the Apalachicola Tatler.. Opera House Building W. R TAYLOR &
Edw. P. Allen, Bishop of Mobile. li iS*.M. *.HH-i 5 *H1IH."HH-I-HII "...". !..,i-ft....: 101-E. Government. St.,f.t col3:.fFla', Phoue 328, JtfJE.tJel:;





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: We were glad to welcome so many who favored us with their presence .:..f!

and patronage during the two days of the Carnival. On account of the I'

i...er6 extreme large crowds we could not give everyone the attention we desired, ,. '

but during the remaining four days of this sale, and in the future,

our policy shall be to render to everyone. better service and more prompt ft;

attention. .

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1 J.laity of Other New and Seasonable Goods to Show You. '

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500 yards Linen Suitings, Solid Colors 15 ladies'Iack- Voile Skirts I A
'I 1,000 yards White Ind. Linon (Lawn). ,;
and White, 25, 35 and 50c value, each, $4.40 lOc value, 7c
10 Ladies' Black Mohair Skirts,
f 15c .
Special :* :each, $3.75 25 pieces Check Nainsook,

P | 500 yards Silk Tissue, plain and em- 15 Ladies' Shirt Waists (Mohair and !JOc value, 7 1-2C ..
J Batiste), $3.40, $4, $4.50 and $5 value,
broidered dots, good range of colors, 20, your choice, $3-OO 40 pieces White' Madras, '

- 25 and 35c value, 5 doz. Ladies' Corsets, good range of per yard. 2Oc
z '
wo :. Special 15c size. a 50c value, 35c 33 pieces White Madras, %
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hair.age! 15 doz. Turkish Towels, fringed, 25c per yard, 25c ''t
feet t. 300 yards Cotton Voiles, dark mix
t'eth She .. value, 27 pieces White (Fancy) Madras, .
allHer i ii? tures, 12 1-2 and I5c value, Special, '15c per yard, 35c
Mean i
Special, 7 1-2c r
! ___ Cases 12 1-2 and 15c "'
hill& i" ** 25 doz. Pillow 200 yards Kimona Crepes,
'from nan, c 1000 yards Curtain Swiss 12 1-2 and value, Special, 9c per yard, 2Oc ''
tern.oU.-
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tore.'Ight- 15c value, 25 doz. Ladies' Hose, a 25c value, 300 yards Fancy Shallies,

hi1J.ring. 5 Speciai,9c Special, 19c (Kimona Styles) 40c
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Fla. I HOSIERY. Underwear, Shirts and Sweaters. SHOES. i r.'fi

3CO pair "Dorothy Dodd" High Shoes, in both dull and J
25 ,
fancies
100 and
dozen Men's Half Hose in styles 10 doz. Men' Medium Weight Jersey Ribbed Shirts and Drawers JT
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and 35c values, value ?t $9c. shiny leathers, the best $3 Shoes made, this week only. i I
21 cents. 25 dozen Men's Sanitary Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, $1 value at S7o
Per Pair, $1.98
50 dozen Finest Imported Half Hose elegant patterns, per suit ,
50 10 dozen Wilson's Jersey Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, $2 value $1.65
and 75c values
S1.75 and S2.00 values, i
per suit. 50 pair La dies' High Shoes r
43 cents.
One lot Men's All Wool Shirts and Drawers in white..grey and red
Hose, in staple and this sale only 11
200 dozen Ivfen's Domestic Half $2 values at$1.73 per suit.
fancy'r/15 and 20c values, ALL OUR, MEN'S AND BOY'S SWEATERS AT FACTORY. COST. Per Pair, $1.49 t
25 dozen Men's 31 Shirts. standard makes special at.79c tI'
12 cents. .i.
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fltti; seen Heard 2nd Done Among Those Who Go Corns Thk
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A 1 Shrank
Women and
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wr! I 15 Cents each 2 for 25 Cents .
EUCHRE J. :
MISS TAYLOR'S j 1\ ; J :;; PEABODY & CO.
tjtw, FOR THE MISSES LEWIS. j If: 1 I ifatrrt ef CLiftt and..v......,." :..rl..
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Miss Lillie Taylor entertained at !t '
iufa: (;( cards Monday night for Mrs. C. W. .\

1Uk Lamar's attractive ;suests. the Mis>=-t'1i: ; and Be
1It Caro and Pearl Lewis of Valdnsta; I \- !

L Ga.The were prettily (1Co1ratel i : r To- I "
rooms
and six hand wa* enjo\cd by t.ie: mpr- (the', II Lente1Specialties;::

1.13i; ry players at seven tab'es.! As the vase : I' You _
of the
? : queen and the" reputeJ king; 1 Mrs i ..
carnival revels! were among thepWt.F4 )

guests, much of the carnival pnitprevailed all ;r r
the Be
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and taevening; was moit- I Ii
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? 4 enjoyable delightful refrt-ahments' THE f,
;R and music completing the charming
E' t- function: t j| I!
T The score eards were pretty Mardi: : '
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.t, P4r firas souvvuirs bLaring;; ""'011)'" heads:'wen ;
f t4 and other seasonable designs with approprIate -(I' | o 5S'I;.!

te4 mottosMiss t cola (' ._. u.40e ; .. : .'
.. . 30c : ;Ijv
i1 T4f S:('Ua! ,\\t'I'>' one of the se'eubeauL J; MISS WHITING TURTLE.
eyed S3c BELL MISS! MARION SUTER. MISS DOTIE ;
who : reigtifd o\vr the :
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('S .i.ue; ,
R court of the IVnsaco'a: carnival v\on\ ;!' Ginger. .41e "We have a s.p 'clal'

-i[ ; 'i a prctt pin. an-l .'Ir. Itejnol.lj of thevt.I \'(' : I Catsup. .30e:: selected stock of ('hoigooda
:Monitor Florida a leather Ii'ii book: ,. news I Ii for Lent Some 01
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'r P the first prizes. |ored ;; : I / them are:
j lace
tL The con-jlatioim! : went toHM 1 Edna ) Ek5

:it: A\cry who receiv d .> hare fan and I tuml' I GERELDS.I :: .. _- :. ,. ___ 1
tte.I: to Mr. Join Connor a silver knife.ri .I ; / .-L i SALT FISH ROE,
1 Mrs. B.iktr of :Nash\iIIe received a great 11
and : ; ,
.XJi4 souvenir rill !w.trins Ilw' Flor'da coat the rne -1 SALT MACKERAL.

I of anns an'l| :Mr Voxel of the navy Fpnsscola.
was SALT POrtJANO.POTOMAC ,
: +i: "i yard a scarf i'n.: fo" t:1: (' lowest score.launches .:'opera : ( Y
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9 .. of ramationb were presented -,111> ROE HERRING
MILf '4j to the honorees the MUsss' '
i% (Lewis I : I I ,KIPPERED HERRING:! ,
I I
AmOng;:: i hose. playing were the i "U i I Ii ,
;t (Misses l.ewis, Mis'; Stel'a! and Mhsj i I SMOKED SPRATS

4 .i $ v KatharTneer! Miss Jo dna A very.I i :: Fla. |!- I CANNED SALMON, j
: illas Cora and Miss Ruby :Mallory.1Jliss \ ,: |
I FlorenciTurile, :Miss Lizzie s TII -- g I CANNED LOBSTER,

i4 ;Mcnaujrte( ; Miss Willis! and her gust; < : lady : Sowell will 5, -
ret -
i 1 t t :r,2 <:MisH Lonisf Montgomery' JiissDaJsye i when i : for the week CANNED SHRIMP,

i tit4 H>'er (Hlut'l'n of the Carnivalt.r j t., eo CROMARTY BLOATERS.
;r. 44 SI'ss Main'.e: Mi-iriit and her guest; : : Ala. _
Clanton ,
..;l4 I! Miss Ues'Ie Mt-rritt of XorColk.'a. \ j t __
Dennis of this Vric
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tft441 :5Iics! Laura Knolt, Jude anti Mr.-'I : 11
I {1'9. Fannie Ret-'
> : Cend:; us order 1 11
i I ; jour
; Evelyn C :Maxwell; anJ their guest! until I
I phone or mes;t'n?('r ant-
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V 1lr3'altghu Nas.'uille: TCll:!., :Mrs.j I II j|I glad to see her'\ it will be filled a-
Baker Olrs. Thomas Itrenl's RU ,,0) ofJCa.hiille. | (
if
| j promptly as jouv ron '
4 r Miss Yon (' (with Mrs Jefferson -i t j
I i _,, the spot jourselfSo .
tL kJ H. Browne's party) of Talla- when : j II ': of Josephine
rL ha :s''e. Pa>'master higgins ut the I I.ula ] of Mr. and MISS BERNADETTE QUINA. MISS ALLIE WILLIS. MISS CIXIE BASS. i I
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eI. ',A:4L: ; navaid and Mrs. ingglnJui( ;e rja ( I : *
y ; i:1; : and Mrs. HMlinger and Mrs. Harry % % i : ,

II Thornton. I \ bIt( |f f ana' Miss Lizzie)II I i

?L_;mt4: tfr:4 Sir Mr, J. (Sam,Ia rk 1'asi-o.I'nrh'r11'Mr: ,C.\\'alk'r'lI1is I. Shine. a Roth < East visiting; Missj i iI play in this production: and the float J partment did excellent work keep- i

ttc.I &HU his guest Mr.: Frew of Canada, Hans i, Zarragossaj THOUSANDS SAW.I faithfully represented the place that I i lug order on Palafox street anJ it was Oahn & Oo.
Pa) ma.ff'r \\llranFon of the monltoiI'lorda this |! I preachers take delight in telling about I only in the saloons and such places!
r1e The prevailing color naturally, was that ,disorder occurred
1r. Re>nolds of ih" monitor : celebrated her| any Although
Florida. i rf'd. and numerous; figures were trying; i there were lar, number
h Mr. Wood of the torpedo boat. i a e of arrest ,
t4 p t.4S O' niu-n. Mr John O'Connor, Mr Va.. !!: I ; night and by i to keep their feet cool by dancing. nothing of a serious nature occurred, The Pure Food Store,

Robert I Dunham, Mr. J. Norman. Garrcti well. i !' Lizzie Sholz Immense snakes were entwined about i the majority: of the arrests ,being for
c4h4 '. f Mr. }kGowan.1r.. Walter Pitt.JMr \ Maude Clarke MAGNIFICENTSPECTACLE the float and bats and other grew- drunk, disorderly conduct or fight.ng.
i t some things were >hown in large numbers. Southwett Corner Palates and lnteencsaBRUSHES :
;; Jl1owlf's I liver[ Mr. Lockhart. Mr ; : Rosique. Nellie A spirit of good; < nature pre
This float
: : Albert Av-ry, Mr. Hu 'linc!! ieut ) Robert Pine attracted a great vailed throughout the city, and
i Vogel 'm.ivjard) an,111': A. R. are l i '! deal of attenton: and Artist WeberTas large parties of young men and
. Brookv highly complimented for his realIstic Phones J ll1
'' ladies I
' youn'g paraded the streelS
i .
I production."In
able throwing confetti and making ,
,.t ; t. MRS. ROCH'S DINNER : : Rogers and the Golden Ages." deafening noises with horns and other'
and Ruth of
t 4 AND CARD PARTY. A riot, of colorwas 1 ,,
w i sljown on this noise producers. There were hun
i of Jlrs. Mc-
I d Among ih, delightful affairs of the j ()!')' street. Mrs (Continued From ,First Page.) float. Immense butterflies with gorgeous dreds orounl' people out, and each ,
1L carnival season was the dinner and j remembered wings were on the sides and at one seemed to be embued with the
as
34; ft. card party at which Mr.s.I Rueh enter I by" I II Frivolity and other 'mythical charac-- .the rar. an# the figures on the float spirit of baring a merry time, and I
many
4.1 ( tamed a crowd! of her friends :Monday. ) I of an ters ,and the predominating colors wer9 costumed in red and gold. The I evidently under the impression that
oppor
;i L. I. Mrs; Rich entertained in honor of they Lang Sync." were red and gold. This float attracted float was resplendent with all the everyone else was out for the same ,
q : t. her birthday and to compliment :Mrs. i'15A'2 I a great deal of attention. colors of the rainbow and sparkled" purpose. I I

.:.r t E. C Roch, of Montgomery and Mrs. t left I "Spring's Arrival." and glittered beautifully! as It'a i One of the most comical sights wit- !'
I v Charles G-Ibke of Mobile. Gras } Sunday drawn along. The costumes) of the
j The in Mobile. This float was a work of art. On nessed upon the streets during the afternoon I
4. tOIlS I
was prettily decorated figures on the float were after the '
t, I the front waa the image of the Frost were two maskers rigged out
-ii In carnations and American beauty style of' th ancients and were perfect I
3t roses. The dinner was (served In a very beauti King surrounded by snow and ice In every detail'Sporting as "Florida Crackers. They had thabearing
at the long icicles hanging from the sides of and the dress of the typical
4 and consistea' all th
courses ? delicacies lome "
..-, If of the season. In I ; )' for Miss Han- the float and from the ends. In the in Insect Life. I cracker, and occasionally when pass-1 i

14 Tha table was J lovely with its cu* I .. and Miss center 'midst budalhg: trees spring Two Immense beetles were seen ing a building two stories or more I I j
glass, silver and rare flowers. Among .. guests of the flowers and numero'uli gaily colored battling for supremacy on the front of In height would stop and stare for a '
t-1, those who enjojed Mrs. Roch's lu>spitality -I : ] I Winkler ofi butterflies!? a group :'pf appropriately this float while several fairies were few moments then pas on. An elec-
I 'i
,, were: Mrs. E. O. Roch. of Mont i I I x.tumsd female figures typified the standing( on rocks above them looking I I trie car always caused a pause while
it:; onwrIri, : Charles F Gel k" rl I I joy' of nature that- 1o.terwas at an on. The rocks were of natural color j! an automobile called for a long stop..
4 l.-1 !Mobile, Mrs. Svduey Rell. Mrs. FBlumer i I from Brewton. end. The float was decorated in the and the balance of the Coat was done The get-up and the manner in wh'ch
+r Mrs Herman Howland. Mrs.I who I Lou Davis from colors of spring. ? In blue with silver and gold ornament- the parties earned It out caused much

$ : J. Bieblghaii Mrs Jo Roth :\ i-lMr.I < : -; Miss Abbie "Over the Waves." Ing. Leaves and flowers were streoa'narounil' merriment.
I!' !, as were other objects that go
i \'al.
An ancient galley under sail was That the lI *'di Gras celebration was
In make a typical woodland
up
$ ,'I I represented on this float, with fish SCEne."In. I pleasing to the hundreds of visiors: : THAT WEARnot

arrived jvmping from the sparkling water at could easily be ascertained by any j tear the hair-brushes thai. :a
0 : be the ito side and in front. Tha vessel The Vale of Enchantment.
Tues-I contained person wao was at the union depot strong and serviceable, shapch 1 :ai i
M 1lP.f1Pj.e j five female figures in costumesof Th, most striking object on this last night, when a large number of I beautiful withal-take up quite .. .'"
M I : ; 'I the ancients oa? standing at the float was an immense boa constrictor them left the city. Although they j of our showcase and drawer r", n
visitors are! helm The 'prevailing colors in the with head at the front of the floatjaw'I ,were tired from their trip and from being or
I
zw Many forms and sizes 'fMili'an
i | : and two chil decorations of this float were I ,extended and fangs showing. The
green their feet all 'daY
upon partic-1: I
: : An.l not
sIngle) prices. ; -
: of their cousin many
i blue body of the wound
yellow and gold. serpent was aroundan
y1 tt; W Din 8, I1'i) i i North Davis.i i iI "Revelry of the Fairies." I Inclosed pedestal, highly decorated paling smiling in and the relating festivities the, everyone many enjoyable was-j!I I brushes brushes, flesh onlj-brushes tooth tin.brushes Rrus>na'.)I
OP which stood the Queen of Enchantment
R'bbon: Va- Green and rf-1' were the prevailing From a care at one end of the. events of the day which they had Ii j I on brushes.
using them. colors of this float which depicted a witnessed. I
float anold magician just -
N iowevcr, by the use of Mother's twice as far. woodland scene with fairies dancing on I I Tree and 'foliage was were shown.emerglug. ', Although ttie crowds upon the j HOOTON'S PHARMACY,

-I m great liniment always prepares the immense laves which formed the center and a gooaly amount of tinsel added! streets during the afternoon,and night : The Birthplaceof Prompt Delivery
of th Music for the dance
i > scene.
c1t reserves the \"mmetrof. her form. | AT JOE to the beauty of this float. were immense numbering thousands: I
f was furnished by two small' male figures I not one accident, xso' far as could be' I Phone 1100.
"
child-birth. I
.k 'f anger of and carries the one with a flute and the other I I"ith' I "A Garland of the Stars. | learned the I
occurred to mar
pleas-
'tL this critical period without pain. It \\ a' horn. Large toadstools! were : Th5 upper part of this float showed: : '
lire of the occasion. Considering: the C g-t- -V ; f
:t1 thousands, gratefully tell of the at thj rear, and l leaves and 'flowers tit I immense (comet with a female fig-i vast number of the I 10I
n with pedestrian- v.-He seen in profusion. A ,larg toad,'I ur9 at one end. The head of th"' persona upon ,
; of this wonderful streets' and the rush 'and of .
1Ise !: hurry bus-! j PIANOS AND'ORGANS.CASH
I I I-i
: the man with sitting -beside one of the toadstools, ('(met. was a large !golden star and it ;1
m remed Sold by allI that when a looked on solemnly and with apparent., and the.long tail were decorated in Incas it is almost miracle that some I j I i.:. OR EASY TERMS.
I !J rugglsts :1t $1.00 per i friends df> tel-I interest. I j I gold with stars scattered about iu person was noLID ured. f fI!I f All Piano Work Guaranteed.
The this float i CLUTTER RUaHING.
bottl Our little | he baa been -Dance of the Demons." profusion.: figures on
ST. -
12 EAST GOVERNMENT
Ii 1 i I wer&, a woman and several children. !I
book all about Artist of th
:
telling be begins to Weber's conception ': ANNOUNCEMENT |: ; PHONE 476. ;f
all: b3autifully and appropriately cosI -
this liniment, will be Fcnt free. I Judge. ': hot place was evidently' given full I I turned. As a whole the float was one I
I I : To My Friends and Patrons: I i q : z : $
of the most striking In the procession -
I Tie BrafleJ! RDguistor Co., Atlanta, Oa. ....,... 1 i .. I beg to announce, that'I ,have serv- '
a miracle. I I t ed my connection with: the form: of '
life : "Genl of the Fountains." i' ""in. Johnson & Son and have: assnciatil -

; CLEAR HEAD' and The last float ia the procession was) myself in business! with Mr. \'\'.
I tofee anything : entitled "Genl of the Fountains" and1 1! W, Watson and C. W. Pa-ktr. at 32: i N l
-I ; !! Now, If you STEADY NERVES \ wa, undoKbtraly the best of all. The and 35; South Palafox St.. the stand

I Let's Get )t life the story : center of the float showed an immense formerly occupied by Green & Watson Ther
: '! .Detroit win fountain circular with wide spreading f where I shall be-pleased to meet
!' from which trickled 11'"f'rf .
!I 'top. !< and sene )'011. :
I II ? streansstc* the rocks \b-) low. The Genlj Respect, fullly.

EDITOR., j I P08TUMFOOD j! were shown under th fountain andI E; L. REH3M
I r sea hells, mater lilies and l leav<* I

? Together suns for you. were!! shown in profusion.! A big frog I; -- -- -- ,- Indigestion
I for you I I: that seemed ,to enjoy the scene was I
i for you : COFFEE.is sitting at one end. The: float was'

:; Wc'i'e got tht Mattinprs, i > i highly decorated in green and blue, BasketBall !
!
1.-k. the floors. Guess If wo ; i tory* a stron! heip"THERES ; ': ,and trimmed with gold and silver IMTP opi-rly cook} I
:: together you'd findP.fARSTON I : and presented a most beautiful ap-,
om
A REASON. food is eaten.Vt?
: sale pearance. _
I the finest tendereitand
t I,I's. Notes of the Carnival. I Juiciest steaks. roas-)
on you
| You Ought to Have I >-ou. Hundreds of pounds of confetti were Friday March 2. fresh and of'the besT, ani |
I I on you- l thrown during yesterday, and by nigut- cur cook has had man
i day! fall the sidewalks .had a covering of!! years experience in preparing -
--- : t* or other floor covering. before of ru*. I several inches thickness at some' I appetizing oods I

cents a yard or more un 1 _ore of me j points. All classes engaged in the 1 I! Carnival visitors, iuvittd\
more of met Pensacola Classical! School l
Sounds
price. interesting, I pray. jjIg 1 I pastime and the confetti boys r"ar-i ; to dine here.
ttt: W'eil, we will make any 1 I ed a harvest especially during; the E I

\\onderfully interesting to form on you late hours of the afternoon when the;]< vs.

on j'ou- crowds vere the largest.: Aged men:| Y. M. C. J\. lIeds.i I C.. I II
I Dutch.on you. t and women, middle aged people )young;i.j i .

; ; girls ana1 boys and in fact everyone.!i VI
I aeed' mj my sniff atqff-! FRANCES could be seen upon tae streets enjoying -I i Gymnasium of Y. M. C. A, I I Kandy Kitchen Cafe
,
-I q 4 my stuff? the festive occasion.Notwithstanding !I I
; : 103x110 S. Palafox St. Phone u much! I the immense 8:15 p. m.Admission. 999
t : lt 1weH In New teuBTBi OMI Nn (L MMXM.Knu.Au. crowds which were on the streets; darIng -I I I 104 S,Palafox. Phone

the: day ,and night the police de-;I 25c. i



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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY .
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LLIEE.BROOKS FOR SALE RealEstatel\II


There7s Money ; REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD purchase YOU can right make now a, rood better real than e.rta.tel:you HOOTON & WATSON


tt Dirt RENTS COLLECTED. MONlY *.'. "v can. later on. The outlook for real estate Successors to Taos. C Wttwa 6 Co..
pensacola -,. : trading this year is unusually

I We've got a fine list ofell situatei .v..t..lots LOANED. Desirable good. Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency

p East and North Hills as well as In all.-sections n I BUSINESS PROPERTYFOR Swell little home on North Hill,,
of the
city. I nothing: like It.. .. .. .. .. ..$5000
SALE TwoStoryBrick S S S List of Desirable Property for Sale.

2 story residence. North IU1: closeS

uyaLotand $15,000.00 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..J5000 A desirable piece of property on Palafox street; a splendid
for Building I investment; must go at once.$1 ,.00
Tarragona street S i
property S S
Seven
fronting
.'. 2 7'i feet A :2!:story 8 room house 'bargain at ths dwellings and a dwelling and store building with very
fine :
Build a Home a large business opportunity frontage. to secure price. .. .. .. .. .. .......$20001 i near half a block of ground situated on a very desirable corner
I Palafox Street,. between S S S ;j near business district; a splendid investment----------$630000Very

The moment 1000000. Romana and' Intendencia 413 N. 6th ave.; room to build another -; desirable quarter of block on North Hill, convenient to
!
ona: lot you just place that lumber and other building material will buy 125 feat frontage Garden house;, cash.. .. .. .. ..$650,, street car line. .. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .. .. ... .$$5600J
moment it begins oa One of the
to increase In streets. most desirable building lots on North HIll. frontIng -
street
built value.from Or, it you like we can sell you houses already I this lot.A brick building would pay on room cottage and 2 lots. West t t.f south near car 1'ne.: on corner 100 by 150, for.a few days: $3700.00

and handsome the small jpottages to the more pretentious I MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE End; "pick up." Cash.. .......$475.1 Desirable two story new dwelling on corner with four lots on

residences. Lots of th m may be had on I GOOD RENTERS. S I North Hill-------- ,.. ... .... .. .... .. .. .: .. .. ....$3700.00
Mbv terms. We Invite you to see our list Glad to see : ,500.00. For apply to Beautiful East Hi1! home modern in: Two story dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street;

I iou in our office any day. I II for corner 70 by 150 one- block from particulars every particular. .. .. ., ..$4500.l'. good: neighborhood. .. .... ....o.. ..... .... .... ..... .$32500)0
S S I Comfortable one story dwel'Ing on iDeVllIIers street near

I iralafox year. now rentng:: for $31000:>> per 6 room cottage good repar! newly r Garden street with large lot....... .... .... .... .... .. .$32504)0

KcDavid-Hyer Company, papered 5 lots North Hill bargain I r'-enty.five lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets, splendid -

Ii I investment for few .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$3275.00
$1,500.CO. I a days only..
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .$2750..
Pensacola investment will Agents New York The north half of block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 117
I Company buy three houses renting for .
S *
Neat at feet six inches each; one block from electric car line and on
$21600 Life Insurance Company. cottage Fisherville corner
a. H. OVltEMSOITF rtntea'. per year.: They are always lot 4i d S.. . .. ., .51200 I Havana SQuare.. .. .. .. ... ... .... ?... .... 'o. .. ....$2000.00
City Manager. ; 8 E. Government Stret. Two story dwelling at No. 1005 North Davis street with large

W. H. KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON $6,000.00.for Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. 100 acres house S. barn: ,farm'n\: j, lot. . .. .. ............... ...., .... .... ...... .. ..$2000.00
Secretary SIn
Six of
room, story and a half dwelling with two acres ground
J. E. STILLMAN: V.-Pres. ani Ceo. Manager. KflOWLZS BYE, Treasurer. : piece for of property down town, rent ------ --- --- Implements, shingle mill and timber. 8':; western suburbs.. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1200.00
miles west
ing of
$70.00 per month. Pensacola. .. $1000
Rael Estate, loans General For Sale j Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street 80 by 13!
Investments. 60000. I II I 1 feet six inches, fronting south convenient to car line........$ 575.00
II 4 room house narklepot.. ..$&50.
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. 4-room house renting for $7.00 per' I Two story dwelling on East D Leon street with large lot..$ 850.00
1 t month. FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock j Comfortable one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620
---- ----- I 6 room cotta!:.?.. East Hill elegant
= -- -y 7 I cockere's ready for yard f 1 50{) toS North Coyle street..S. 800.00
little home. . . . .$1730;; :
$3,250.00.)
- : $ ; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty: $2.50. Mrs. Two cottages on West Zarragossa street splendid renting property
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I for 5 large houses (entirely new* Lizzie B. Hughes Cb.pTey! Fla. !. S S . . .. .. .. ...... .... .... ..... .... ....$1250.00
HLLP WANTED Beaut'ful! block overlooking bayou
; I Wanted renting for $420.00 psr year. i 14feblmI . .. .. . . .$3750\ Money to loan in amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per cent.
Interest.
SECOND I HOMES. I!TYPEWRITERS1keep on nand for I Those having property desiring to sell same, would find it to ther!
\ S ::1 I''Good nurse wanted at HAND CLOTHING WANTED
Nsat rUle cott2g: East LaRu St. '
I sale! The 1 For Underwood. Sojith
'I advantage in our hands as we' have disposed of about
.\pplv b 19 North Baylen St. -Highest price paid tar $1,500.00 to place same
geI4t'sclothing Premier and BlickeosderfeTypewrit: cash._ .. .. .. . .. .. $10501 ,
I only. Also s !il seconJ hand I $300.000 worth in the past 60 days. If yo-i have funds to loan consultus.
-- goods. No 9 E. Intendencia.WANTED for an elgantroom cottass. East ers. Sod on easy terms or rented. S S If you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want fire Insur.
:i ll--Men to learn barber trade. Cervantes. All modern gas bath etc All makes o! machines cleaned and 7 room bath and toilet overlook'n! [ I ance; or if you want to buy a piece of property and don't know wee .

pare you for positions $12:: to -To buy old gold an! s.l- i. S$3,500.00. repa'red.: Work guaranteed. Pbon the bay. .. .. .. .. .. .$3250:; owns same, consult us.HOOTON.

S -'v! You can practically earn ver broken up stuff regardless of 380. F. B. Bruce. 23 East Govern S S I
.i rou, tools and board before sizes. Casa paid. Ligntman & Klein. Elegant 8room home North- Hayne ment. llfeblm 17 'ots section where they will soon' .

.nu::; short time required; pos- 106 E. Wright Phone 1127.:: street bring $100 each. .. .. .$1250'' & WATSON
locations waiting. Write for 2400.00 FOR SALE.-10 room house. corner '

.,i'o: ue Moler Barber Colw -.,WANTED.-Real Estate for_ sale or t (C-room; lot. 3 blocks from Palafox. lot 96x Cal' on us fcr anything In the feal PHONE. 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
;"S Orleans. La. :25feblw! rent leasa'or exchange. Your business dwelling, all modern. bath 192 on .*ar line. For particulars la- estate loan or insurance line I'
collector : respectfully solicited.:: J. A. \Vilson -' electric lights etc. corner Jacksonand quire of Standard; Clothing Co. -3Jan I S !ii I -
:'S Installment1 for Guilhmard one block from Pala :
Real Estate Agent. 22% W. Gov-i Have you any property to sell? See
immense accounts: good salary fox and L?* Square. FOR SALE New' piano c1eap. Address .
eminent ;street Room 7. Sali about it
b-iry us at once.
S ,.. nsp Address Manufacturer, i( "Piano Journal. feb24 MiscellaneousWATTS
care
building.: Phone 172. 23jan LOTS! LOTSLOTS! '
''QX 1027 Philadelphia Pa.
: Timber lands
I W.STEDAll kinds of electrical I am selling on East and West Hills FOR SALC-7-room house at Gould
work. I sell all kinds of electrical lots at J50.00 per lot on terms of $1.0) in'g. Apply to F. L. Askergren L S. BROWN & CO. AND COLES-Contactors
.
S.\ Ilprinter at once. Ban- batteries anj other electrical supplies. cash and 50 cents per week. They Goulding. Fla. :28janlm! an builders. Estimates on all kind
.
S upley! -Fla. :23feblw! When you need me ring 343 or 93S. will double in value before pad! for.No Theisen ? of building and repair work. Satisfaction

,v TEJ- tan who understands-- E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry build. taxes and no interest charged. BOlt SALE.-South half block 211. Buidn& guranteed. Phone 1208.:! offic.. For Sale

',. binding and ruling and who is lag E. Garden. ISdec. fronting100 feet on 13th street by "WE 208 N. Reus. "Sfeblm!
.
SELL
NORTH HILL LOTS.I 107% feet on Bay lew Park; also LOTS"For I I
of taking charge of that CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.
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south' half of block 212. fronting 400
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---- hav> several plots ofI lots eachon _
1 of the business. :Mayes Pr1_ntraipany. Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng -
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: Pensacola. Fla. FOR RE.NT. Xorth lUll for sale at $800.00 for feet on 14L1 St., by ;137% feet on Bay a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo.

,'. each four. NothIng less than four View Park. The only: property adjoining Sale. 27feb We have them. Several
\ _ _ splendid
sold. Elegant locations for homes. Bay View Park that is now for ---- --
.'- :D-A neat FOR RENT-Desirable two-story rsi. sa'e.! The beautiful ,vifw down the HACK So 12-Always ready with good large and small turpentine locations
,,S" at competent 18 E. nursad dence. No. :208! West Gadsden St. 204% S. Palafox St. Fsher! Building.I! bayou and .cfown:thibayjcan; never beobstructed. FO RSALE-A. It Bingham has a reliable driver. C. H. Taylor pro- Saw Mills aid Saw mill locations.

once at Wright (Wm. D. Howe 401 Thiesen Bldg. ISfeb Phone 462. ..:A.. V| flubbs.5 30jly I good team of mules for sale. See prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange -I Some excellent bargains in large

FOR RENT Two them on h'a new float feb28 Phone 185. 20feblm( and small
story residence !' tracts of round and boxed
FOR SALE--}fy property, 416 E. Brained -
D-Three short Eoleijsoomon with all modern -- --- ---- Umber lands.
goods
-, convenience corner St. consisting of four lots 40 NOTICE offer my s rvicesa3 surveyor -
I
FOR SALE-Rose tinted satin
: Furniture Co. &feb Spring and Strong Sts. Apply C. gown Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
ForSale x150 feet; a two BtoryHwell'ng: containing silk lined trimmed real lace and locating homesteads for the and
Hardwood
H. Turner. lands.
:;:Manager for branch office: 9 eb. 6 rooms Mil w ays, 'bath room India gauze. Good as new. Never I I, people of western counties of Florida. Splendid! Hat of valuable
FOR RENT.-Elant story and closets and pantrY On car line will AJdrsss W. J. Stevens Surveyor Florala. propertyand
8-room
'b to locate here in Pensacola. FOR SALE-Improved un niprJv. ; worn in Pensacola. Cost $85. Wi'l I fine location for a Colony Stock
with refernc'':s.! The Mor- cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply ed property In all parts of the c'ty.J sell entire prop?rtt for $300000 E. sell for $%:. 1311 NOrth Davis street.';I Ala. 16feblm I Farm ia South East Georgia. or

tale! House Cincinnati.wArnED Ohio. to Walter: Ingraham at Star Laundry A. Wilson&'Co.:Real Estate Agent; L. Reese._22feb Also white chiffon hat three handj ., VIA VI-The patrons of the "ViaviI Some of the choicest residence

I jan Room 7, Satfsbury build'ng.'< .: .: Phone' JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment oil i j some plumes cost 518 sell for half!,I Treatment" are cord'ally! Invited to places i i- the beautiful little city of

FOR RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom 172._. 23j"anFOR imported Olive_OiL Retail by pint. 23feb3t I II I call at Hotel Southern Mondays and DeFuaiak Springs, Fla.. and in Milton

In new Star Lauudry building SALE.-One choice block on top gallon or larger quantity. G Morasso Friaiiys from 2 to C p. m., where they Pla. SOur
E. Garden street Apply Walker In- of the nJge east of the electric: & Co.. ship ,chandlers noj grocers. 701 ---- ----- can meet the representative Mrs. H. prices and terms are reason

graham. Star Laundry. 22dec. railway between 7th and 8th streets. South Palafox. 4oct. Money to Loan. P. Booth. Phone 1027: llfeblm able.Cal

-The public to know that: A.-R. -BINGHAM--- has storage room-for Nantre has favored this section and it FOR SALE-FIrst class grocery store, I will tune and repair pianos and or on or write to us.

io all Kinds repairing: rent suitable for furniture or other cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. and meat market in connection fixtures MONEY TO LOA.Everybody bore gang as cheap aa any one and do first'

.5.4.as, horse shoeing, etr. J. goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona FOR SALE-Housa: at Goulding: on etc Reason for selling leaving rows money from Jno. A. Hall & clas3 work only. :My phone is 802-2

S*\ '5fl Carr:age Co. 27febKEUS St. Phone 630 SOnov hard road. 4 rooms bath and kitca- the city. Address P. O. Box 697. in Co..need 16 E.call Government on us. street. 9feblm When rings! Orders Scott promptly attended to.TURNER&AYMARDReal
J. Conrad
S'I> \ get Kauffman's prices en; nice stable. Strictly cash. M. 7feb. ---
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I s-: developing and finishing. Best Standard Oil Ca's CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert-
; S. Borras office FOR SALE-The.Lewis Bear Co. are SHIP
MONEY LOANED on all kinds of Estate and
,'"..i.;}..v' :n city Mail orders re-; For SaleFOR Pensaco'a. Fla._SQJanlm* agents for the famous Corno Hen on short notice.personal ing & Co. holesale and retail shIp! '

,oo.pt at"'uri9. Romana aad Feed. Finest thing in 'the 'world to property chandlers and grocers. only first-class: Abstract Company,
S FOR SALE OR RENT-60 acre farm; Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.
.. a-Oi.:: ; :;15. :20feb.TKD make hens lay. Keeps 'em la good house of kind in city. iFair prices to all.!
SALE-SO acres good land three 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 Romana. Phone 1165. Ifeb P. D. Bat I 115. DFunlak Springs FforIJi! :
\\ \.\ -To loan money on your' miles south of Chipley Twenty room houS3, all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 condition too. :feb Come Hen feed will make your ,

'55-. -jnal! property and household acres in cultlvat'on and pure spring story barn. good water. mall box on FOR SALE-Large horses and mules!I 'MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or hens lay.and: keep them in a healthy ------4


nn( and Zarragossa: Sts. Apply A. Hogeboom Chipley, Fla. Journal_13teb1* We guarantee satisfaction. Address Ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and Lewis Bear Co. 7feb:>> D. HALE WILSON 6 CO

:28feb.! I Waterman & Co. G. G. Cobb Romana. up stairs. 11no -m. will not be
I few man. NOTICES-The owner responsible -
FOR SALE-For a days only. 2
( S i';t : HOUSE DYEING. Pressing FOR ALElodern cottage on east I lots opposite! the Haserman rsi- ager. Chipley. Fa.! 23feblm.I.I MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate for debts contracted by REAL ESTATE,

.. : .':,';oa.ng Club. 118 N. Palafox iI |I Hill for sa'e.' *'.lso some choice dence. New City. $6 500. Fine loc FOR SALE-Househo'd furniture by security. or on good collateral.at the captains of the schooners Kate

: MT. J. Davis Prop. Your pat- lots in nice location. Address Box i ton for a home. Apply B. F. Wolfe, private tale. Apply befo-e March lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. Fay Alabama or Sallie Fla.Guy. H. Jer- RENTS AND LOANSWe
niga'n.owner. Portland. Sfeblm
l*". 'ndt-sd; satisfaction guaran-: 827, city 27feblw*: C'tizen's Bank._ISfeblm 1 at :Major Lewis or Hollifred place Fisher building. 21jaa
S '! .i etul attention given ladies' just northwest of city. Take Park CUT FLOWERS-Orders--pr
'. ,, : -FOR SALE J1600 will buy two! FUR SALS-Beaaufal l block In New MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal filled for roses, carnations flowers have the following' special bar
to end of line. F. L. Irwin.
;: Phone 1222 car
0 __ Sfebj13D I blocks of land and a new six room City. Tract No. 312. For cash $C0. I property on short notice. 'designs of a'l kinds. Miss Bertie pains in very desirable real estate for
and
si .-\ou U> use .Corno Hen I IJ bouse on little bayou between Gar. Apply to A. M. Mc flla! ::. Ccurt Housa 23feblw Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. Upstairs Smith. 616 N Barcalona Phone 651. a few days only.

,Tim.makes your hens lay, den and Chase Sts. A good invest$ _laug FOR SALE.-one tank and wind mill 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. I SPECIAL BARGAINS. '

'at: .-.-, *,aem. Try It. For sale ment or a beautiful home. For part TIlE GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Bums I for sale by J. C. Pebley. 2 feblw*: finer TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. 2 lots In block 170, New.City, SOxlaV
Genta clothing cleaned. pressed and
:ne Lewis Bear Co. 7feb > cuars address C. E. Freeman. Box I less gas and gives you more light feet on car line . .. $40OOC
amount or to
loan notice. No.
[I FOR SALE OR RENT-House con- UNLIMITED money repaired on short 1H4
'. 556 City._ _ :28feblw! for less money than any lamp 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads
''iWdJ: yet kinds of personal St
-Everybody in Pensaco13.jI ; ta ning four rooms and hall on Jordan on all property West Government Pensacola. Fix
made. Try it ana Se for I den street . . .. t,000.0
your self. <
Iccow: that the Y. M. C. A. build- FOR SALE CHEAP-A few desirablelots street near Palafox. Rent $8.00 Special rates to business men on large Idee.

,1; "c built of brick made by th3, :n New City East King Tract. about Booklets them.fe. 28 Call East up 380 Governmentstreet and ask month. Address T. Newel! R. F. D. loans. The New York Loan Co., %043k THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO iCUy.5 lots. .fronting. H"Toledo. .. square.. ., $1,00004 in Nee a

-'' >'a' Brick Co., and !!ney are pre- West King Tract and North HilL Address F. B. Bruce. fbll-lm No. 1, Citj. 22feb:! South Palafox. wholesale and rp.ill manufacturers I One 5-room house with bath an(

'01 i 'D urtish you. J. S. Walton., Bargain care Journal. and dealers in cotton mattresses and sewer connection. gas In every roomr
FOR SALE 700 feet hand
25feblw S.-\LE.-Xlce. clean old second 14
.:.. feb. FOR newspapers : bed springs. Second hand furniture nice neighborhood: : If taken aI$1.450.0
---- inch in :20-foot!
SS: ,:nIJ-To purchase second hand FOR SALE-One fine extension table at ave cents: a bundle. This of. lengths. galvanized Adaress P. pipa O. Box A-I. City LOST bought and sold. Upholstering and r0-lance. . . .. .. .. (

.-z.:; ;n good condition. Applv to and six fine dinfng chairs cheap. fice. i 1 I feb24 pairing a specialty 114 E. Belmont I 6 houses in block 17, West Kln(

51h s Jo'.rual. 23f ib \rtdress P. O Box 395. 23feoKESH ; AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the LOST-Two child's sweaters, on East, St.. city. Phone 771. C. T. Davis S Tivct renting $30.00 per month. Wll

Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos EGGS for hatching from carefully Hill car. Reward for return to Pen Mgr. njanlm lend 2,00000 of necessary! .. $2600.X()(
.. kinds
S \.\7Er -We want your orders for GARDEN SEEDS All j from $500,00 up. They cost less than manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred sacola Iron Works. 28feblt:I sailmalter 716 South I All of these propositions are bai
''17 \r C fn1ars. Over 300 onns !- of strictly fresh farm and garenAseeds : !, J. H. PORTER. S
horses to keep up. They can be run fowls and I guarantee a good hatch. Palafox street Orders taken for gains aud will be held open for a fwicaj
!
'-'? > to select from. AllS at reasonable prices. A'soi! in sand or anywhere a horse can Sock for sale at reasonable prices. LOST-A petition containing numberof 's on1Excellent>
stools and house
M.-ves Printing Co, Pensaco-' fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros ,I g. Brooks. gaLeslIe Barred Plymouth! Rocks Whte! Plymouth signatures of value to no one but" tents awnings camp .i warehouse location om
reasonable.
16feb Chipley! Fla. 23feblra* S. C. Brown for return to Journal cots. etc. Prices 31Jan.j f railroad track
Rocks and Leghorns owner. Reward I very cheap. .
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\NiEDTiease S.\LE.-Only 4 Boar OR S.\LE-Dne 25-H. P. boJ:ter and ; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs or office. Sfeb Good 8 per cent mortgages on hand. 4
or buy a five or FOR young; pigs::
x Duke of Florida 68923 engine; portable boiler on whee: ; $5.00'a hund-ed for incubator eggs. I i j Board and Rooms. Best kind of Investments.
room <'otta gePrice and terms sired by out I
It, pasonable. Address Good Orphan Lee. of Baltimore. 5S54tAll engne or boier! in running Orier.Also have 500 ha'f gallon cans fancy Florida LOST-Dark liver and white pointer\I "* ---------.- --------- Property In all parta of city vacant
n. of with registrations and 2 log carts comp'ete ready for Sjrup. Will deliver at 50c per gal bitch. White nozzle; answers to' BOARDERS WANTED Two persons or Improved wanted and for.sale.
16feb
'j i:55 Journal. guaranteed
I service. For terms apply to Jas. of Daisy. Fned will please return 30 S. Palafox St.
Carl Sett' rlind. Chipley. JIc- Ion. Address Plymouth Rock Poultry name who will room together on first floor
''-EDTheubli to know that pedegrees. 26nov Voy & Co, Cantonem_nt. Fla.. Farm J. J.' Pope Prop., Bristol. to A. Rehfield. 506 W. Garden!I' at 616 East Gadsden St. 24feblw Phone 234.

11,1 newspapers\ can be bought at Fla. :23feblm.: Fla. 24feblm* St. 27feb, I L----- '
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h < >:Ccp for five cents a bundle. They FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapers I FOR RENT-One front furnished

r" 1l'I_ an and nice. for sale. Only 5c a bundle. They ------ --- I room down stairs and one upi : FOR SALE

make good wrapping paper, and are I -,."", ..- -= W i stairs 20 W. Wright St., near Escam-
c.r i ED I I
Electrit work of alt k'nd.eaa .
under 24feblw
matting t bia hoteL
to put
thing !
just the of
Beach Haven. the coming suburb
S .. <- your t:ns. recair \our I
': ..ao. I:ij jour wiring: etc. P.itna: FOR' SALE-3 acres land: on Town IcDF: SALE.ots FOR RENT AFTER MARCH 1- Pensatcola. Extensive improvements

P-u..:.coia; Electric Co.. 205 Sol Point, opposite city.near marine ways. I Three furnished rooms suitable for I to be made this year; street car line!
$300 cash; deep water frontage Ad-t 2 60: ft. front on the southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets very select neighbor. frght house keeping. Apply at 505 E. guaranteed in the near;! future. $33.06

'"' 1 dress Land. care Journal. ""-'"! hood . . .... .. ... .. . . . .. . .. .. ... ... . .... ...$1500.00 Gadsden. 23teblw_* for beautiful waterfront lots. This
KD. -To loan money on your ijksALE-11ve room house on HI| 5-roorn cottage and reception hal' back and front gallery closets house new and in good condition. SVANTED-A few boarders at 212 W. price: for a short time only. For fur

'St ... Jewelry and personal efHighes' acres of good land suitable for truck i, large lot on Sorts Sth aveaue b '. a situ and 12th streets a bargain: at.. . . .., ..$1200.00 I Gregory. New house good neigh ther particulars call on or write toPE

cash price for old gold garden; on P. & P. It. R5 i mils, Corner 8th avenue and 1! h st-eet 5-room and: hall cottage pantry back and front gallery! gas and city I: borhood and on car Iln*. 16feblm SACOI.w\ INVESTMENT co.

S i 1'. Ughtman & Klein. lOt E. from Pensacola.! Call on or address! water house new. a !large 'ot.. .. .. .,.. ... . ., .. .............. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. ...$1700.00
[ Phone 1127 Mrs. L. E. Henricks :Millview Fla. I Bui'ding lots on west side, of N. Reas Street b"twen' DeSoto and Strong.. .. .. . .. .. ..$450. 0 : THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for

\ !'ED.-\. R Bingham want 22feblw* : 54 13 ft on West Romana str>n at the Toot of Spring St. improvements on property. renting for $13.00 i rent suitable for light housekeep

1 moving and hauling. He gua* S.\CRIFICE-Eight! per month. .. .. .. .. .o. .... ...... ......_. .. ... ... ... ........ .. .' ..... .... .. .. ....$00'00 ing. Apply 501 W. Chase. ISfeb $2800Buys
'''f'all breakage. Phone G30. FOR SALE AT A 40 ft by 170 ft deep on Eas; floirana St., next to Bass & Co., a ?o >d Investment .. .. .. .. ..$4000.00 I TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104
beautiful lots in block across street i 5 lots he .. .. ....$2500.00 a beautiful new 8 room 2 story
\ ED, transferS on So'1thJ? MJ'nt" o Spring and Le.' streets; a splen lid bu Idlng site N. Spring St Good location. Special in
and East lot modern
Hauling east of the Stoddard place on Block 107 East Kn- Tact, Bihnoat: Number oa North Pa'afox street," between Baylen and Pa'a'ox rates to parties or clubs. Appl> home on large corner ;

J30: Office phone 363; residence 22 23 N. Hill; if sold at once $1200; also 17 thirty lots few days only at........ ..,.......... .....' .. <." ....... .,... .. .. .-'. . .. .... . .$5000.00 Mrs. W. J. Williams 222 N. Spring St every respect. 423: E. Cervantes.
Acosta & White. lots North Railroad street; excellent 50G and gcod nel b. $1400-For five room cottage, large
on East Jackson street, two story 8 room and hall house bath gas. a delightful. home ? vJanlm

aona St.aXTED.ij. %5ma location for factory or building!! borhood. lot 93 ft. by 150.) ..f..... .. .... ..-.. .. ;. .. . .......... .... .. .. . . .$350000( ) : I hall bath and gas on E. Cervantt*.
; ; Marcnanta Transfer i site; must go at once or price wl I' 715 N. Baylen St., 8 room: 2,s q-y rtf.m'e! lot 7'x12) ft., every m 'i-nx convenIence! an Ideal NICE FURNISHED furnished clean ROOMS for nnI ,.. For few days only. :
| anj
a wants your moving and baullns. not hold good-$1250.00.) Apply home.. o.. .. .... .. .. e' .. .. .\. .... ,,t...... ... $5000.03 I Newly tClftiee. Apply at 128 nIce- E. $ 000( -Bays 23 excellent building
or &Alge: guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. Jno. II. Kohler care Saunders Mill i' 2 lots on Cervantes street between Tlaylen aid: gpr'ni; streets. 00x123( a nice building site a bargain ,: near po:> % lots on North Hill.

Prop. Phone 978. 1S1u15r : Co, 29 E. Garden St. !2feblw1FOR < ;... .. .. .. ._. .x .. ... ,/. ... ; 1 ;* .,... .... ....... ..4t . ... .. .. ,$1300.00 Government street Mrs.TJ. M.'Trainer.S $1220-Gets a good Investment In_17

"RESSES NOVA TED.ew machines j S bts on the soatheast corner Srtiis an1 Le" street/ .. .. ..... .. ....' .... . ., .. .$2500.00 1Jan1m. Iota near railroad.
r done 8.\.LE-Two; sawing Can be seen 3 lets on Strorgee" b"rT-trt; 10th and 11th amines T-is p-oreny is very cheap at. .. .. $550.00 : Old newspapers: at five cents a bundle $1000-For four corner lots Just

'uiaiihcd it desired. All good as new cheap. MONEY at th 'owet; ma'Vf se 0 'nT"*"* on ln*" 5vpd or vcr"t city property. I at this office. They are all clean W of Hagennan residence.
'. '1 order on short notice. Leave at N. C. McMillan's, at' J. I. Stephens 1 end nice. $950-Buys five corner lola E 8'ii

tr Green & Watson. Phone old. stini.: Mrs. J. JL Wil'iams.23feblw i j I St.. near car line: fine building site,

4feblm .. .. .*. .. .. ... ... .... ..-. I I The Fisher Real Estate Agency, !1 BAY European Hf1TIL.-Qpen plar. Rooms night light and day.and or good investment
1 store
old
kt'llT-Sew
'RESSE3 made to order; FOR SALE OR

S :"*'sea renovated and new tiCK and dwelling In good locality Apply onJ j I Phone 87. 206 South Palaiox: i j clean.S15- 79 S.Transient Pa toL Jis trade. S..solicited.Nlcolau I C. R. YEAGER

1L ,,'ti if desired. Ring phone 771 East dilL Good business. 34feblw i IPnyj, 202 Tb1s5L1 Buildioo. Phone 181
*.** ui 111 E. Belmcnt St 2fsblm:: 1021 N. 9th ave. It | -. -

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1 1 1I i f I an endowment policy in The Equitable takes

I 1 ACCIDENT OCCURRED DURING' By Associated Press away from the bitter and adds to the sweet
i New York, Feb. ..-la the pending
COURSE OF THE BIG MYSTIC j I i settlement of the controversy between Every father should carry life insurance to

PARADE LAST NIGHT. I the soft coal operators. and the miners protect his! loved ones from want in case of
''in which President Roosevelt has 'MOBILE. ALABAMA.MARKETS.
iIiI i!f r ; taken a hand by letter yesterday, negotiations death. "
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i a'i : with the anthracite operators i
The handsome fire float, which had Insurance Gen'l l
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have apparently been sut-penaed; : I A3ts
Kiiowles Bros.
been built the float {
to priced King's
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I j President Mitchell, when asked for his : Fire Uh Pensacola
the of
1 r P ,I 11 big mystic parade last night opinion regarding the probable! effect i
burned before the thousands of .
was ; ..... "
of President Roosevelt's: letter with "'" "" 0-""
'spectators; hay: an opportunity of wit i! reference- the coal strike situation ( Naval Stores.
nesting it and its 'tcci' upon the A high class productthathas
I said: "It would" be_mere ;peculation Savannah Ga., Feb. 27,The naval
handsome float occupied by the Kin? i ii favor. -s- ;::: -
von great
i for me to say anything now It remains stores market closed today a$ follows: w1I'L
i'I In some allowed manner one or of the the burning torchb'arers !. for the min?N' contention to Gives snap, W\\ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .6 :20! N9AOOLg
some i make a final d2cison.; I vim and new life.A WG..6 10) i
toil I I from a torch to drop upon the float
Gin of'real. merit X 5 90M Iron Works and Supply Co.
>I and it immediately ignited The blaze pure i
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.+ could not be extinguished until the! Everybody's friend Dr. Thomas' Eclectnc -' that will appreciate. .. 5 45 }
'1i t I float had been damaged to such an extent -'!! Oil. Cu-es toothache: earache you it K.. .... .... ..... .... .. ...S 20 # JbtDr: ctu'en and Repairers: of ?

Yl that it was unfit to be shown in sore throat Heals cuts, bruises 'Try today.ALL I.. .... : 55 a MACHINERY AND BOILERS 7FORCINGS.
xH Our Nobby Suits and j :
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,t ( :the parade, and consequently: it was scalds. StOps any pain.Altoat H. 5 1:u MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES\
'''I l left at the point where it took fire.i GOOD D 1LElS SELL ITS G .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ..405 I j: ;.
Light Overcoats The float however was not missed V .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..405. t: STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5
t, : in the parade but those who had]| the Stable. ... E .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..403 Prompt attention given to all orders. day or :night: A:eat. ::
and for James McKr & Co.'s ce.ebnated and Timber
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: please :s; ve perfecthausfdct'on B-.J Atlanta Leg Dogs, also /
s ?'' to gentlemen panned that: the the accident procession occurred were. as sorry it,',: The table should hare some means & C D :: :: :: :: :: :: ::-:: :: :.405:4 03Sp'rits :) Chains of all descriptions. 5
:;i } who have a care :as to by which the foul air can be taken Office Pho123.. PHII. WITT.MAN. Nor s
: a would have adaed much to the splendor Turpentine 69 cents. ;
1+, k } their personal appearance : i away but not by letting the cold air'' Residence P'one 1029. P. 0. Box 121IAUSLEY
; of the already handsome affair. '
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sj= l and who also :-iust i directly down upon the animals. In ., I i I Itch-Ringworm. %.'%-S %l %::%=%Z % %::%: 1:21f '- "'- '1t'
; t tt the I
cost. They are priced:
s I' luoderateU-$10 TO 1:2.50 i Are You Restless at Night :, the middle: of bright days a door or --- E. T. I..ucaslngo.. Ky.. writes'

k m -guaranteed, too. And harrassad: by a bad cough Us window may be opened, the width depending April 25, 1S02: 'For 10 to 12 years I ..............0 t..s......e.....N.N...14....+
e Bal'.ards: Horehound Syrup It will secure : on the temperature outside. had been afflicted with a malady:

: you sound sleep l and effect a i :- othing'es the animals more com SHIPPING NEWS known as the 'itch' The itching wart:
S and cal most unbearable; I had tried for years ,
ral
: cure
I prompt fort or is more economical than a liberal ,''to' find relief having tried all remedies -' s t COMPANY !

White Storeprclalitl I supply; of bedding. Sawdust and I i i J: I ,could hear of, besides a number ,
John ''HINTS FOR FARMERS ', VESSELS IN T'SRT.Steamship of .
machine shavings are clean easily han ; doctors. I wish to state that,

. 11 ( In Wtn't Wear, !1 died good absorbents: but possess lit- *. lone single application of Ballardsi I .
jl Alroth Dutch , ss 1238.
.. Snow Liniment cured me completelyland : COMMISSION BROKERS f
I.djp.tjoa Im Hornr ; ,
tie manorial I value. Hay, straw i
(r I or I tcrdam to order:' ,
205-2O7 S. Pate/ox Si met. A good mixture for horses suf- t I permanent! Since then I have.
vrry (: leaves, however, add much of value to Farmsum. Dutch *s>, Scheltema'nEed the Imhnent on two separate occasions .:,
Phone 225.Idorris faint: from ind:geatiun: is! the following I the compost pile when saturated more i i 1;97 West Hartlepool. to W. L. Wit,i ; for ring worm and it cured I..! 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET; PENSACOLA, FLA. I
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: entilD, one-La pound bicarbonate
; | tich., I completely. :25c. 5(>c and $1.10. Solaf!
or less with the moisture of the stable {: > I. :
i F of aria. one-half pound; nux vom- ,' lola! the, Br ss. Hodson, 1543::, St.Vincent l!: by all drullgit; ,
lea, oue-fourth pound; arsenic, one and will be needed for the garden or'' to Gulf Transit Co. j j I I!i Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and Chicago. :

{ ,fed draw. Mix thorns;hly. Ire.: a table- shrubs and lawn next spring It 1economy Kirkswood Br ss; Larson. 2095 Lon I Rrdarfrn."How : j
Population ,
fp
pt Dannheisser rooming; ;and mixture evening: Sulphate At noon of give Iron t'ffollnwinj stable the stable a thick bfo blanket cold or should not. In be a used cold, to Plt-anKwr master ; Br ss, Pmt, 2S03. Mobile*',.: IT populated. did China?" asked come the t(> lJP Inquiitl-re.so :|: COTTON,STOCKS, GRAIN,PROVISIONS and BONDS I i

-iJ (Formerly of Dannheis" Bros.} on>fourth iiound. saltix'ter one-fourth ; Secunda, Br ss. ,Donnelson. 1309.II person
while in a warm one a thin one of bur : Tenereiffe to The W. S. Keys-r Co. I "Because: ," answered the man who ,
sL b Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine loQund.lIx.: Do*e. a tablespoonful! in : Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. J Jt :
'r lap or other like material will suffice. bliedre"ht, Dutch ss, \esven. 1951, always knows the :answer "it startedits :.
' Wines, Beer Tobacco. moistened: Jl'ain. .
ana
Aside from the warmth It gives the ; Galveston civilization so l hng before the Invention :.
t Continue the use of the n.ortiome for blanket keeps( the coat smooth and T odora de Tarfnjga, Br s S, Hudson; !I of automobiles and trolley I I.i I. Reference: First National! and Peoples! Biata. Phone 1173 \
rr rt Old'Hickory Whiskey two or three weeks I ; then withhold fora :! .
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, Specialty 2399. HulL "
de-An.-S. T. i cars. -Washington Star
In
, wee::" and then give again! Continue Life. Maynard Suburban { Tugela Br ss, .Lacock. 3148. Vera :.....4N.N................ 4......N..N......... 4I 4. .
12 W, in this until the animal -
Zarragoua Street manner recov- I Cruz. .
:it PENSCAOLA. rr!. In some cases treatment will ij*('(l I Vi\ma. Span ss.)Bustmza. 1&S3, Liverpool Two Way" of Kreplar Them. 1 f - -
1 >I/ FLORIDA. to \#> continuotl for six months or e>en : to. 'Gulf. Transit Co. "What.. : ,is double- entry bookkeeping. ..4 4pl. ...................................................:
I After a heavy meals, take a couple I ;
lit - longer of Doan's Reg dots, and give jour stomach -. Ships.Avon. "Refusing to i lAnd own and bo! ': oE
These are d( irabSe mixtures to give your -
flrlk8111i )
Ital si'lo-Avegno! 1601,Genoato
)liver
; to horses In the spring, a few weeks and bowels the help thAy Rosasco. Bros -*,T rowing other and failing to return .f
will need .
Repule's bring easy reg- G.A.S
tht'n.-X.w York Pre :
s
before the hard work (commences ev ular passages of the bowels. I Casanova. Ital bV Avegno 1069, :
penally where the animals have been Genoa 7 r A.
Carnival wintered Elvira. Port ship. Rodnques 1438, !
npon a large amount of I --- ------ .
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roughage: as this line of fowling isvery Lisbon to Old?'. i : -
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s. apt to Cause more or less I indlgpstion tsar'f(.... A HOME PROPHETIS E JTF OES&Iryfor :
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.-G, :\, Wit 'rman, Michigan Experiment COFFEE! Adele. Swcd bk, Jan!e, .'96. Harana ---- :
. Station Duc Cuigini. Ital bk. Olnari, 125S, I :
Visitorsare Genoa to order. i ,: modern comfort and convenience. :

t t Spreading Manarr.Tbe !I We are the Pioneer Ciampa. ESnelia, Ital bk, 864. Hatana. -I' SOMETHING. LIKE A HOME PRODUCT -, ..: Best for light because most like daylight. *

practice of spreading manure on NOT WITHOUT ITS '
:
Coffee Roasters of Elvira, Port bk. Rodnquez, 1585 for : Best .for cooking and heating because
r4 the now in winter dons not seem to b* .
: invited to call I I gaining in popularity pays Farmers Dela5oa Bay with 701,539 s ft awn PROPER HONOR SAVE IN t always ready.Pensacola.
West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. timber :291.922! s ft lumber I : :
and see us. Want to Advocate On some farms where the i Gudny Nor bk. Saanum, 821, Hamburg ITS OWN COUNTRY. :.
fields are level and where .hprp is no to master. !

,1, get acquainted with obance! to More the manure it i is a good '(i: i Pedro Lacave. Span. bk. MarMang, r I'! Gas Company :

t you. and want you plan. Kxjxrinients; at the Ma!'sa<.hupetts : :503.; p'rovidenza Savannah to Rix M Robinson.' This is especially true of beer It::
Ital bkOkf'sc.. 11S5.Startbem ,
station last year showed that manure *
to get acquainted thus spread produce letter crops I' Br bk, ilaitland, 1272.Antw is peculiar: fact that a southern a" :* Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *
than where It was left over winter in have no equal. A trial) >rp. tic!! In the south has a severe, uphill <
1 with our fine stock large heap Rut it was reckoned that Thomas Ital bk. Lano SOS:: Naples 'fight for just recognition Theref'::..................NN..N.. ....NN. ....$4......$:
willconvincetheconnoisseur Umberto I, Ital bk. Olivari, 766. seems to be an established
Y., prejudicein ..
the difference in value of the crop produced : : --. -- -- _.. -- --
Genoa to Ro asco Bros favor of a nolhern Or'E': tf>ra ---- -- -
Clothing Hats did not pay for the extra laborin that we Schooners.Lizzie I beer, based upon no other reason:; than
3 !hauling the manure according to B. L. HALL & CO.WILL
,I make no extravagant E. Demi:;on, Am sea; Prck.i.that it is made somewhere else an.1 1 1i i .
this
plan. It could be hauled considerably :
,
: '5!. to master. i must be better But our good and SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
; and Shoes cheaper, doing all the work at claims. Horatio I.. Baker Am 5ch, : loyal southern people should remember .

t,. .R once in the spring. On the other hand 720. Lag'Ja to J. A. Merntt & Co.Thos. \IOhr.1 that rp to the time of Lie war} FOUR FULL QUARTS
Mult work done In winter is on !some' I|!''Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS S. nnionm Sc'h i. nearly all the re\'oJutioniz'ng innnatioas -',,

w and their extremely farms Hear! gain, since there may belittle 1329.: Baltimore to order. in commerce and business: tr"re4 ....OF..,
else for the team to do. ,It'i is a 'i Barkentines.Beatricr j in the south And now there iag been

low prices. i: matter_to lx thought out according to ,,: Am bkt 1. Cant gio. 143CKctterdam 1 1I another. innoraton. A .few years ago: THE CROWN OF QALTIMORE'PURE RYE WHIKEY

the case- in band. to_Pen coa Lumber,,Co. I the Acme Brewing Co.. located in M,-'
Hope you'll have !i, and all 'kinds of Feed I Caroline Koch 'Dan bktn. Holm. cod, Ga, made a bold! daring and, FOR $3.50.
Fort'de France to McKenzie Oerting brilliant stroke. They have installed -
Many ills from blood
time. come Impure Stuffs.Pluto
pleasant
a
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1 Can't hue pure blood with faulty digestion & CoPirsfng: a nneipelld brewing; plant on tats!which entire is hemispherein absolutely! Other brands' at rock-bottom prices. You get your

lazy liver and sluggish bow- the same day order is received. Give us a tna
: Foley's Honey and Tar. point ,of modern up-to-date, scien- j goods
els. Burdock Blood Bitters; '
strengthens
stomach, bowels and liver! and-: WaterWholesale Foley &'Co., Chicago originated tine equipment and. just as the coat (order. B. L HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.
purifies the! blood. Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung makeS+ the'man.. the brewery makes
account of the the beer. Their product, "Ame-Ican: -
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remedy, and on great : -- -- -- -- -
: merit and popularity of Fotey's Honey Queen":;beer, has been declared by the'ifWalheihus
Est : H, 0. ANSON !TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION: and Retail. and Tar many Immitations are of-' Ins! tute, of Chicago, to be", Order Your
r t t tf "J LOSTV feted for similar sounding names, Beware superior to the best of American
I| New Orleans Grocery Co. i of them. Th- genu ne: Fol )".. beers. ICE COAL and WOOD
CASH CLOTHIER, LOST-On Palafox street, between:! Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack-' This i is> an unprejudiced, unbiased ,, :from ttioConsumers' I
Government( and Inten.lencia streets, aga. Ack: for Jt and refuse, any sub- nnbotftnt opinIon. Proofs of the fact;
,Corner Fal'loi and Mil, a pair of sold rimmed spocracl* Jas. McHugh stitute. P Is'the bet Tf'medi' foriI 1 are OH'*xhi>i:tion in their 'office, and iC Ice and Fuel Company.OftceCDrner' .

tt Kinder will receive reward bj; return, I( coughs and cold W A. D'Alemberte,: is Truly a "poser" for southern peoplcj. Chase aDd TArragon Phone 259. I
;+ Gs :ns to Klein ,Grocery Co. 2Stebt 1 I Phone'105.. Proprietor. {[druggist and apothecary jt. j I with a northern prejudice. j I If

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