The Pensacola journal
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00599
 Material Information
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: March 1, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
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System ID: UF00075911:00599
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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above Illustration shows 'a partial line-up of the losing team, that played a game of "high. ball" versus the city of Pensacola during Mardi %

INJUREDIn Gras festivities, the result of whith was finally decided by ,Recorder. Laney in the Municipal court yesterday mo.-ning. While it is true that the defeated ,

Im i II! B Be e Visited Before Committee team displayed' an unusual amount, of energy; having been wonderfully strengthened, on'; every side, yet the city took advantage of having the Four Companies of Militia Orderedto ;

lastchance at the bat and quickly ,ran every man 'in.GENl.WHEElER .

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MOBILE, ALA. AMONG THE ByAssoclated Press.
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WORK OF HOUSE AND SENATE formation the explosion received in from the Little Piper Cahaba regarding '' Loss Other Marine Casualties .

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I Coal Company'mines last -
YESTERDAY.By night;places Virginia Coast.
the dead at'eignt, ,and the injured at Ojf By Associated Press.

fifteen. 0' \ ,v,,; 1 Springfield, Ohio Feb. 28.! -Thfc*i f

Associated Press. Later investigation shows the explosion By Associated ress. some nature the schooner began settling 1 I city was the scene of mob violent**4

Washington, Feb. 28.:-The House was due'to 'a .'windy" shot at Event. Assuming National Importance Norfolk;. Va.. Feb. 23.After a nightof I and soon -sank. 'The indications: After Two Days of Fun and Frolic last night, during. which six house

Committee oa Rivers 'and Harbors to- the hour when the miners make discharges harrowing suffering &>n the deck! are that the vessel will be a total 'were burned and fa In tile throes oft(
-Committee Will Invite the Resumes Normal.
ia> agreed upon plans for their southtrn to knock' down coal. of, the, four masted ;schooner Geonje -loss.The Dutch steamer Constance reported City more excitement to-ni ?ht.

\TIP of Inspection.The .AB_the dead and Injured were taken President Attend.By JH Grant, with the me-6 vt'rs unableto on arrival today that an un Conditions.After Another mob is forming and 'relte.t

committee will leave Washington out within an hour after the explosion! to reach them by auy-mQans or power known three-masted schooner was I ment has been already precipated by?

as rescue parties fornted promptly. I and with death staringtthem in the aground in Lock Haven, inside the a crowd of five hundred pursuing !m'j
on March 7. visit Augusta. Ga.: State Mine Inspector Kuffner was Associated Press. face .(or, many hours, the crew wag: Capes. The tug-Twoby. has gone to,' two days of fun and frolic,, negro
larch s and from there go down the ordered make for the the Norfolk Jack her assistance.The resumed her former .
today to an investigation Atlanta Feb. :28.! -The plans: reseued'today by tug Pensacola yesterday 1 More Incenntary' fires were started];
Obatuhoochee: : river to .AJpalachicola,, which will be reported to the General Wheeler memoral. to be held I Twoh}. '. Norwegian .steamer Duncan,' conditions, and with the exception / this evening in various parts of the(
Fla., being at Apalachicola March 12. governor. here on March 27, are assuming National Immediately after-the ;rescue, which which was ashore in lower Chesapeake of many unmistakable evidences
houses *
TalUUassc importance. I was of the most darin;''and ventures Bay, was floated tiiis evening. .1 seen upon the streets that a festive !city in each ease the being
From there they will go to I
General Stephen >D. Lee and "Corporal" occasion had just passed no one wouKl occupied by negroes.
thence to Bainhridge, Ga..,thence James Tanner commanding, respectively -I I -:-.- --- '.' I have been the wiser 'yesterday morning -I Negro houses were stoaed by at

10 I Pensacola. arriving at Pensacola L1 & N. H HANDLED : the United" emirate Five Thousand' Delegates upon reaching the business sec large crowd but the occupants, it ist
March 13. They will be at Mobile Veterans, and the G.. A. R. and the' I tion.. believed escaped.'
commanders of other similar organizations : Everyone settled down to business
14 and from there by chase
March 13 and go I to the ldentConventlOnt Several negroes who were
will be invited and many of these early in the morning and althou'glithe
revenue cutter to Scranton and Gulf- have already intimated that they will ..... : carnival and the grand street by the angered whites from negro

port i be present and make addresses.A ; pageant was a subject .of conversation quarters of the city made their way

Tie comraittee will start on the :rezzc DYER LLOOO.T n : committee will go to Washingtonwith : : By Associated 2r.r r'; :ess."Ylt The convention opened without pre-I all realized that it was ,a thingof t<> the city building claiming! the protection

: to Washington March 15. .. a: persona:! ; In-it8tion"for: "PtPf.'t- j w territolj"iia ..- ,28--From{ lim'lnarleg, and, after prayer, and -.& the past and that, .another yea : of troops. -' '. -
state and in the 1 I be
he IndlCates every would before they would
dent Roosevelt as soon as hymn John R Mott chairman of tlel elapse
the date upon which; he can receive -I' from various provinces pf Canada and : given an opportunity to again enjoy STATE TROOPS HAVE
APPROPRIATIONBILL executive committee, delivered address
ARMY : an -
the delegation. from missionary fields throughout the I themselves in the manner that can
IN THE HOUSE PERSONS Great interest is manifested in all world 'nearly five thousand representatives outlining the work, possibilities: I only be done during a carnivaL LEFT FOR SPRINGFIELD'

of the country in the event. I Ii gathered for the opening session -t i I and progress of the movement I Come of the thousands of visitor I
Washington, Feb. 28.-The house parts I I of the International Convention{: Other brief addresses followed be- still linger in the city: but the great i Columbus' Ohio Feb. 28.-Four

was occupied today with the consider- i of the Student" Volunteer movement; fore adjournment to the,' .vening ses- majority left Tuesday and yesterday .I companies of the Fourth Ohio regl'

4 ion of ihe army appropriation bill. MINIMUM TARIFFTO I today. i i I slots '! 'morning.The I ment left this evening; for Springfield

There is a constant contest:: between his Number Were Brought Here streets were filled with confetti to assist the authorities in keeping

'h.. appropriations committee and During Mardi Gras from BE IMPOSEDBy Much Documentary EvidenceIn 1 places yesterday it was banked morning high, and, and in consequently someI order.

members of the military ommittee I the street forte had somawhat

'0 reduce or retain the: amounts earned Various Lines.Over Associated Press. Case of Greene and Gaynor! from the of street.an extra It is job estimated removing that it STATEMENT OF

: in the bill. One side was iffeet'.ve -I
more confetti was thrown during the
Feb. President
'! ar times, and tha other: side card Wa-sh/ngton. II two days of fun than during any year PACKERS DENIED
ri,. thcr l point at other times. I three thousand persons were 1 Roosevelt today issued a proclamation By Associated Press 1 on. since the Inauguration of the CarnI.'aL ,
provided' by of B. F.
the line; imposing that rate of duty Savannah Feb -The introduction -! He said the testimony
city over
brought into the
The bill was passed; by unanimous Nashville railroad section one of the Dingley law on imports docume.ntar. )' -evidence was resumed Westcott, now o dead, would be given to \
of the Louisville and disorders in various
consent :to provide for the sitting of' during Mardi Gras. To be exact from Germany in return, forGermany's in the GreenGas'nor: casa to- the jury later by which he expectsto "While there were is BY SPECIAL AGENT DURAND WHO
of It matter
sections the 'city a
extension of the minimum day. District attorney Erwin explain- show that Carter's wealth was derived -.
federal Courts at Miami Fla. the number of persons handled to- of record that not one serious disturbance I WAS ON THE STAND ALL OF
all tariff rates on importation from theUnited led that the relevancy of this wouldbe from Westcoti, as claimed by
tallest! 3.300, an'd they came from I I occurred during the entire
States. shown bv expert tegtimonylatt'r the defense ,
6ENATOR FORAKER ON directions.The I occasion. Those who .became too YESTERDAY.
RAILROAD RATE BILL crowd of visitors to Pensacolathis I hilarious were cared lor by the policebut .
year for the annual celebration as long as they did not exceed the

Washington; Feb. 28.For threehours was larger than any year since the in bounds laid down by the city, they, By Associated Press
auguration of the celebration, and issource a allowed to enjoy themselves (to+
were Feb. 28.-E. D. Durand.
lacking a few minutes, today,. of gratification to those wqo'' ( Chicago.
the fullest extent
c wflit
Senator Foraker the event thsuccess + : special agent for the government
held the at'ent'.on! of. work so hard to make 1
ih.- on the stand all day in the packers)
senate with a carefully preparedh that it was. '
about 1,,OO came from I pleas for Immunity lie contradkt.edfmuch ]
Of the above
-<'h on the railroad t FIRE AT
rate question.: over the P. & A. and Yellow! I evidence given by 'witnessesfort
'fn, speech protested against ..jtneralit points di.lsions.while the remainder : the packers, notably tjiat of Arthur.'!

< on the theory that the < x-I, came river from the north, fully three hundred r E SCHOOL Meeker, 'general superintendent for
: Armour & Co.'EQUITABLE.
!sting Elkins law could be extended to of whom were nom the Souther.Alabama Ill ;
., i division. To this number .
tit Asa '
H answer all requirements. It thousand who F / '.
might be added one 1L / .' LIFE
defeats the Hepti"n >>- came by oat from Milton, Bagdad another
bill and declared it would faille points. themselves 1//1//// AND LOSS IS OVER THREE
)r>nie Althoughe.er'one
without saying. DOLLARS.
Mr Foraker's followed! goes 1
was who came to the city left '

k. a further discussion! of the railroad lere tired-ao.1', worn out, each expressed wt"i"ce r' ar
anti himself as being ;pleased with Associated Press.
grant in Indian Territory!, with Journal.
to The
Tf': a resolution was adopted Marianna. Fe-b. 28.-One of the
witnessed.One meeting of the trustees of the EquiU,
"Tirtins the tribal government of featurof Pensacola celebration I I1t buildings of the State Reform School, able Life Assurance! Society was held, : '

n,. the tribes over to March otB I i is that it keeps Pen: colians at a barn, burned early Tuesday morn I here today. John M. Reach was elect t ted t

"II year.HEAD. i i home Wher? they formerly spent I ; ing. The lo"s is estimated by Superintendent a member of the board.
New Orleans and / Raw'.es'! at over $3000. Six' t
i money in visiting Lf The annual statement showed totals
remaining here ) c three hundred or'
; mules, three horses
i Mobile they are now / ''I receipts for the year $85,103,319; total -
OF MISSOURI This year only about 180 Person left more bushels of corn, not less'tlan': disbursements and losses 164,761-r.

the city for these two places, while informer two hundred and fifty bales.of hay,: "52; excess of receipts $!",3U. Of).

SONS OF VETERANS : years the' trains were crowded thirty-two ,barrels of syrup and. other'I The total outstanding assurance fat< {
leaving here.CHINESE. farm supplies were destroyejl.The nearly'a billion and half dollars. New
I building burned! about three 1I"att'Hl.GJ.a ,
assurance taken during the year
o'clock in the morning. It is supposed -:I ,.
I FEAR I :) ;
By Associated Press that the barn was set on fire to
spite the superintendent, as severalof
.he'Montgomery U Onen., Commander-in-Chief Ala., Fb. 28.-Ir o! ARMED FORCES the guards have been dischargedfor TRYING TO MAKE
clue be
tug various nasons.0 to :
of Confederate Veterans to-i LIOr% petpetrator of the crime can be found
announced the of GK
appointment ROGERS ANSWERBy
j s.t Several dogs were carried to the
on Atkinson, of St. Louis as (
'om'l tbecould,do The
but no good.
: dl'l'. of By Associated Press. place
the Missouri Division, Son
vrans.. > Shanghai Feb. 2S.-TUe native pop ;lfMAtZtIi i barn was no doubt :set on fire by someone
ulation of Xanchang is fl eing, feuin;:: after two o'clock as the fire waa Associated Press 1

the arrival of armed forces from European It b not seen till about three. New York, Feb. %Application tor t t

GEORGIA PEACH and American gunboats. i an order requiring H. H. Rovers to
the .
will avenge .... I
that they .
expected NEW PRESIDENT answer the questions which he refused
killing of missionaries there. j to answer in the Missouri-Standard
Oil Company inquiry, was made today -,

"Wollman representing the State of '
By Associated Press. GottMettera I Missouri. Justice GilJersleeve put s
Associated Press. 8.- laJor i
Philadelphia Pa, Feb. : the case over till next Monday, asking
:;anta. Feb. 28.-The State .\grif'11I Cassius' E. Gillette has resigned from By Associated Press.
: that a certified copy of the rccenfyMissouri ,
lira! Department estimatedJ" has been 28.-Tie directorsof :
to-day and Feb.
army Nashville.
United States
the him
decision be furnished at
from the present information. sworn in a.s chief of the Bureau of Fil-- ; .: tb@ the Nashville. Chattanooga and St. :
that time.
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peach crop was damage tration of. Philadelphia.Sails Louis Railway Company today elected
twenty five pr cent by the cold of. John W. Thomas son of late President -
*"St for Richmond.
night 1 Appropriation
for Hong Kong Thomas, permanent president
Manila Feb. 28.-Thfi battleship ; ; and general manager of the 'road. II,, Washington Feb. :&-Representative ,

Tillman Goes Home. Ohio flagship of the American flee) F. Smith was chosen vice" presidentand I Lamb Va., introduced a bill ye*.

has sailed for .. traffic and laJ.E. t rday, appropriating not more than
Washington TillJuau the Asiatic squadron, general manager, ;
: who is in, Feb.charge 28.-of Senator the railroad on Hong Kong where she will dork and 'WHO, OETS THERE: FIRST, THE LION OR THE LAMB .": I C.-Lewis was made chairman of the I JSOO.OOO for a posiofflce builJlag at '

rate bill! 1, bas gone to South Carolina rush repairs so as. to be prepared for A MARCH FIRST FROM. A.-SKETCH BY OllB. pEFJjCJAUSEU03aE&: I'ASE1A tST W4.. board ol directors Richmond V*.

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She Pa iir *: Moving Pfctures.ArcUe RED AT PENSACOLA DURING .
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,turns. which come to the opera house THIS MONTH FOR PAST 26 | Clover Hill Butter Is Always! Fresh, |
;this afternoon and tonight: affords two Pensacola Classical Schoolvs. :
'aorta! boors of iWbo & entertain- *-r YEARS. : Sweet and Good, .!
4 .mmt that never ''Wearies. .The program "-u 4"ii L
which is made up entirely of 4u ws i and adds to the pleasure of every meal. Its kept in for
the Tory latest sensational novelties Y. M. C. A. Reds The following data covering a '. special refrigerators. 0
that the art and science of animated :
1 period of 26 years have been compiled -:: teaS
photography has presented to the
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j' world embracing beautiful scenes of u : I 14 Garden LAZ JACOBY TheQopular : find
travel in foreign lauds, excellent i# $ 8115 p. m.Admission Pensacola, Fla. They are issued Z' Phono 183 Grocer. % 6pe<,

dramatic comedy creations producttons la presented and sparkling with to show the conditions that have prevailed I,.......!......... .................. ... ..1101111..NN111111111NN1

all the realtem that advanced ideas A 45 25c. during the, month in question 107
and Improved mechanism can pro- ;91C! 1M,,, : for the above period of years, but must 11" "
t dace every scene being an artistic ..** not be construed as a forecast of the .!
. masterpiece. The pictures are all life- *' I
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weather conditions for the coming
1 fcize and lifelike, fltckeriess and1Rteady F PIANOS AND ORGANS. month I, MARION CURRY &"ci'Hj Wat

i and every sound represented CASH OR EASY TERMS. Temperature.-Mean or normal temperature :
in the pictures Is accurately reproduced sr'i iAll Piano Work Guaranteed. *I warmest'' 3on
61 degrees. The
f devices.by recently An especially discovered. prep&rod mechanical *'. 12 CLUTTER EAST OVERNMENT A RUSHING,ST. # month: 'was that of 1891, with an aver-1}:i. IB, t8, 20 MANRESA STREET, j
program sell be presented for the age of 66 degrees. The, coldest month':'. .
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children at 3:30 p. m. Among the 1:0 I was that of 1883, with an average oft.;:: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. :
principal features of the program will OIP 4Fft4Fd:.11:**llc* FEl *. 55 degrees.' The highest temperature'was ,
' Ii3: the new sensational production 83 degrees on March %9. 1884. The]'i WHOLESALE--- i
.The- Train Wreckers," and the story- lowest,temperature was 25 degrees on : IS,
a plcturo 'Stolen by Gypsies." 'ia n .Yy. March :2, 1890. The earliest date on t' L

"The Mayor of Tokio." HiS xc fF, : t ak Ytd4kv f'sx'L d.'' '! 40., k ,;'E.YY
l; The costumes seen In Richard on which first; "killing" frost occurred -j i arne,
Carle's production of "The Mayor of _* in autumn.! December 5th. Aver-j.. cola
Tokto," are acknowledged as being ci..1 to The Journal. I age date on which last 'killing frost :
E t one of the most !beautiful and costly a Crcstview: Fb. 27.-Quiet a crow-1! occurred in spring, ,February'23rd.l.I Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. j )1
wardrobes: seen on the American of in the festivities The latest date on which last "k'.lling": Ca.l.Uor.
cur pecple are taking t Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. j
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stage today.Spaagles t. at Pensacola. frost occurred in spring April 6th.
: of every known color of 'YetFf' Mrs B. H. Lindsey is visiting bar I Precipitation Avera'ge for the": Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. j C
the rainbow bedeck each gown to an ',. ; mother at Caryville this week and Mr.I month 5.44 Inches. Average number 'i Telephone 208. P. O. Box 661. the
exceptional degree, over three million lindsey is batching.The lot days with .01 of an inch or more 10. : ; car,
I epanglss are used in the entire production 0s stock of goods of the Cox greatest monthly ,precipitatioft-, ':.0.01.1.......................111111011 1111111111111 ..forbefi
and 'Miss Maiarette's gown worn 4 <*1or, is to be put up at auction oa was 13.37 inches in 1886. The least! :
t Jn the first act alone carries over March 2. I, monthly precipitation was 1.45 inchesin I
thirteen thousand of these varied color Mr. Krpatrick! despatcher on the 1904. The greatest amount of precipitation :\1
*pan&lea that weigh seventeen pounds 3w Y. It.R.. IL 1, has just returned froma : recorded in any 24 consecu- SHINGLES SASH 'ten
and seven ounces.'I visit to his home at Camden, Ala. ; tlve' hours was 5.47 inches on :March GLASS, acd!
'I I flans .cobni s who have enjoyed the Born to Mr.. and Mrs. E. D. Neel on 14 and 15. 1902. I BUILDING Ala
\Hospitality of the home of Mr. and: MATERIAL.
February 20, a girl. Mother and child, Clouds and Weather Average num.' Frlil'
VMre. G :)crt Lloyd In Brooklyn. N. Y.. both doing well. her of clear days, 12; partly cloudy Phone II. H. C. '
will ba pleased to learn that their DcSILVAS CO.
.W 4vt'NY Mr. Robinson of Clio. Ala., days, 10; cloudy days 9. and
charm idsant xter. :Miss Ethel will I .
) ; a large sawmill at this place last Wind-The prevailing! winds have .h.
c ppear In tI! : chard Carla: splendid ati will erect about 30
/fQ yx week same been from the southeast The aver. via;
r rodncOoa "The Mayor of TOdo. Fri.fdn I miles south of here at Green Pond.; age' hourly velocity of the wind is 10.2. the
ixtg&t, yacl-s. JUs ,jioyd is a.teraxttaagntev Mr. Robinson expects to put in quite The highest velocity of the wind was oor
of teC. !5L Hisgrns -
tuej extensive mill plant as soon
an saw 34 miles from the southeast on March
o*fWirrtegton, Fla, ..1- he the machinery 1of
as can get 23, 1901.
I :: r .&s, ? f, a on the grOWl...'. Mr. Robinson has. '
Janes O'Neill and "Monte Cristo." .2 a- vertiabte forest of virgin timber,: D aft,
.T.a.m a O'Neifl and "Mxmto Cristo. and will ship his 'protract v-ia La Grippe and Pneumonia. pressQdbu GIf,
:ia closejy;: Associated in the public 11 t J ;x* ;a hatchie: ba '. OhOCr.aW'1 Pneumonia often follows la grippe \ }/
,mind that 11 is hardly nsoessary to but never follows the use of Foley's t a"bad tat
t {(say anythhijc &boq the play or the 4 The Original. Honey and Tar. .It cures la grippe 8.Kra nablnt DgS 7 10 sleep wet sae!, a of m rbf"t!;: M loot of I 1
1 artor. It Is the manner d Ihe iproducitioa Jleeeiar1J7 SGmo dire all-gees
Foley & Co., Chicago originated coughs and prevents pnumonia and tamale m.ir4iA'manFeh 1roBoJ
that :Ja to be dtocnased. The 4 _t 4 ;_ ; Hoary and Tar. as a throat and lung ,consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey It's the
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great pta.y has keen given a most remedy, and on account of the grl and Tar and refuse any substitute of Liver.-i 111.-
elaborate mouad&g and Its production merit and popularity of Fol y's fered. Mr. G. Vacher: of 157 Osgoo'l b' tan to
'hero on starch 9, Ja being awaltetf Honey and Tar many imitations are St.. Chicago, writes: "My wife had a ---I to-da7 a&JOUr drnsji tic
with tntsvest. Tho big scene of the offered for the genuine. These worth: severe case of la grippe three years
js con4 act Show the Qutean d1f: /'the If BS Imitations have similar sounding ago; and it l&ft her with a terrible HERBINEH 411h
(fortress' 7ri9on 'where Demos is con- names. 'Beware of them. The gnn- cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's ,
.l itfln-od tb!' seventeen year. The storm tae Foley'a Honey and Tar is in a yei- Honey'and Tar and it gav her Imme-- .
rffoct sro TBomely nattstlc. The RICHARD CARLE, low package. Ak Zap 4t and refuse diate relief. A 50 cent bottle cured td Y801pas 10&De t the.KId-.. dtm(
faith act has gerfiapi aroused the ;I IJpoot America' eny subirtitnle.: It is the best remedy her cough entirely." Refuse substi e a Dew. voaua &t tskln mal UloI" ou iI .tr
I Kjrairtl at Opera Success, "The Mayor of Tokio," Friday Night. berte, druggist-and and apothecary) DCGISTfi.

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::,,. THE ClEVElAND Irritation ENJOYABLE TRIP If! -J _H U';*.._.. itltMl.i.-t; -: isiSJSsr 3if sssstsesi : *\

:J. 516 17 GRAYS HEREIN of the throat. *sore and swollen OF PROFESSOR i Pu Sacrifice Sale Mattings i

l11L1 l I.
tonsils1} <

, MARCH thr.neglectfecL, 1 Abase, hould ailments never quickly be- ALLEN I 1 Commencing Promptly at 9 o'clock. ,i

, work down to the lungs, and ;. .

often end in consumption or pneu. M .

, monia. / n I

, I g We will offer 500 Genuine Jap and Mats ridiculously l
Rugs at
Will Arriva the
, on the Morning of the HAMLINS Writes of Visit to Fillingims

I low These will be divided into lots and sold I IF
YOU KNOW that March Is the 5th. and Spend Entire Day and of Trip Over the )

fil< month of spring.! on the Bay.hing WIZARD OIL CouuRoads. i out quick at 3c, 7c, 9c, He, J9c, 25c, 39c and, 59c each. :

KNOW you will ne*>d' .
I YOU\prtD-::: Clothing Hats and r i This is a great chance to lay in a supply for the coming i

, }.rnIliingS. < : to change in the itinerary used as a gargle, and externallyon Special to The 'Journal.' E season. tT
KNOW we never carry the Editor Pensac la Journal:
I YOU,, o\fr from one season special train bearing the Cleveland the throat, is a marvelous rem- r s One lot of Genuine Yokahama
:k from rolls
II in
p 'Jbt'r. Grays did not reach PensacoU edy for these painful and dangerova -} I have just .returned a very I S*! Mattings 40-yard i$i
, yesterday: morning, the trip having disorders, and effects relief : enjojable tip In the upper part ofE&cambia worth 50c in this sale
YOU KNOW that you will al. Jeen so changed as tn place the patty and cure after everything else! : county. On last Thursday I II f:| per yard to go per yard, 29c. !

I, iii'grr''. :ar.t.find, the newest th'.nga: 5.lu this city on the morning of March has failed: I thriving'started little to visit town Bluff a.bout"a Springs mile ;east'a I $fi;] One lot of 35c Jap Mattings, special, per yard, 21c. i

, YOKN.oW\ our prices are nl- The party number 175, and Is sup- Says Henry; Wade, of Harlin, of what was known in my boyhood; il. i

.,a riht and that you can posed to be composed of only members Mo.: "I am under obligations to I days: as the "Old Pringle Hill." It:

f \our money back if you of the organization, although it you for the great good which t was the only water grist mill in this i1!
'I'' :'. Hamlins Wizard Oil did wife.' Tn Hm Lannon
Is probable that number of them She my t county along in the 40"s, iThere is a LEI 1 & Co
suffered from Throat Trouble
SPEC'AL'! TOOAY! Advance vlll have their. wives and families story connected with the ,building of
,-,'-v .ng in Spring NVckties, with them. for a year, and though she doctored I he' it e-t: Jl
-i'c kind that are worthiTHIESEHViBUILD At first It was decided to onlya and doctored nothing did i that mill and I will to jour R __ *",... '*. .,..--'* .*..!'''''"''*........_...-. ...*g-.wn. -...*. .''---* ......--_.............-::8
n. > ( spnd r8. snT .
readers.It ?' n. : .Hu .rH.B..H.: ; .JU.H..=. .H-' 4..H. -." 'BB .B'U :n'.nu in: H-t4.
:1c. few hours here, but upon learning of her any good, until she tried Ham X*"Il*U__<..IUIlt B. U Uk.*U'..Ulf JIUIU*.4 /-..-.. ... .."'.._ # _.....__ ... "'.../
the manner in -which they could spendan was customary forty or fifty years i
lins Wizard Oil. Price 50c and - -- -----
enjoyable way the members deoidra i ago to ask every man in the country! .
p -n
to remain over in Fensacola all of $l.OO. to a mill-raising" and the young ladies -' lOST OPERA C.O. I _1

that day, leading late In the t to a quilting and as a result the
I Ilot Sold and recommended '
I i'-tAlIDARDftonnrIifd over the P. & A. Steamers have been young folks would dance all night. At: PAINT YOUR HOUSE THIS SPRING
I chartered by the ouiaviile and Nashville WHITE'S PHARMACY, I the raising of the Pringle mill, the fiddler -' FOUND IN GEORGIAOUTFIT

for the !party and arrangementsare Pensacola Fla. was "Jeff Holinger. lSe'eral'times
being made for a fish chowder during the nigat HoI nger; was Make it look fresh and new and a fresh coat of paint ....-
dinner at the life saving station. Phone 180, Night Phone 448. I seen to lay down his violin! in the chair!. I makes the house last longer and adds to its value.
In which he sat while playing takea ENROUTE TO PENSACOLA

Watch Repairing and 1 I PIANO PLEDGES. : drink of water and possibly something -! WAS COMPLETELY LOST Pa U tOne gallon thinned with linseed oil
Expert Stag I n two
stronger Towards midnight he gallons paint at cost of only
We don't make -pledges to treat
Engraving, go toJ.F.DAVISthe r BOGIA 1 II them lightly, nor do we break them!' laj'ed return.his:fiddle After in some the chair few and mlnutes-failedto BUT DID NOT KNOW IT. 11.15 per'gallon.

when they are made.
Jeweler probably a half hour-some one pro- Saunders Mill
Our Pianos are good pianos. We Company
posed a set and began to look round ,
make that positive statement The Savannah News of Monday says
as a
Street. to Journal. for Holinger, but, lo! and behold! he j. Phone 717. 21 East Carden Street.
Palafox Special The
213 and are ready to back It up with our was not to be foued. l.ost-A Whole Opera Company, containing -
Bogia. Fla:, Feb.-We are having reputation 'gained by more than twen _i- ,----- -
in Watchesand : About that time some One said, people. ------ ----
The Latest Designs tomg very windy weathsr at present. ty-five of successful business
I years .
"Where is Betsey Franklin? 'A dil! Such should hav-e been the heading
Miss Olla Lambert who has been attending experience. You can have one put in -----4
I :
Jewelry.J search disclosed the fact that.
gent of "tracer" sent out by'eneral Passenger -
school at Pine Barren has returned your home now and "pay when like"if a
"' home, much to the delight of you wish. ., Holmger and Betsy Franklin had coped Agent W. II. Tayloe of theSouthrrn NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
and that ended the balL
her many friends.Mr. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, !
CURIOSITIES.L I Railway from Washington
FLORIDA Frank Gunter attended Mardi Pensacola Florida i But, to' return to my trip. I stop-
". and Stuffed Alligators ready red! with the family of Asa FiUingim! I on Friday. The passenger! departments
Gras in Mobile.Mr. ;>>
I! most C. W. LAWHfNCC PI.'.,.. N. 8 W*.t Rimmna SI. P..... '.s..
fti n pm-'nt and Mrs. R. S.fa's passed __ __ h __ and a enjoyable night was passed of eight railroads were asked

1 fc;. IN "i<'. route to IPine Barren, where they GOV'R. BRO\VARD'S Friday morning after early II company known as the Herald Square -- .
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Sea Sh-l's' and Shell Jewelry, Shell placed' their children in school. I reached the home of our jovial .
crGto1: ? "Y"<> rICE
Leather Goods a friend A. J. Fillingim whom I found Opera Company, and one of the "tracers" -
'4 II:I Wood Miss Mattie Gunter was one among I
fpenalt the many who attended Mardi Gras in DRAINAGE PLAN I Ij ready and waiting for me. "We started was sent to General Passenger' COAL and WOOD

MR. C. N. McCLURE. Pensacola.Mr. immediately for Bluff Springs. We i Agent J. C. Haiie of the Central of ,

Opera House Building Will Wiggins of Cottage Hill j arrived at the convict camp just in, Georgia here.Following :from. tlMConsumers9
St Pensacola. Fla. time to partake of a dinner grac'ouslrservE'd I I Ice and Fuel Company.
L< Government was calling on Mr. IL C. Lambert, ANOTHER ARGUMENT AGAINST ropy- ,
is a of the "tracer"for :
by Messrs. Davis and Basjsett.
Monday. I Office--Corner Chage and Tarragona. Phone 259.
: Mr. L. C. Bowman visited Dr. Cateat PROJECT LAUNCHED BY ENGINEER The portion of road lpg between I! the missing company: ,
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R. K. WHITE, Cottage Hill Sunday. Pine Barren and Bluff(Springs includesa Southern ,Railway Company-Washington -

Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler Miss Olla Lambsrt visited' Misses MALING.In portloU" country I have not seen' D.: C. Feb. 22:.,. ':Movement -- ,
and Graduate Optician. Nora and Cora Brewton Sunday last In many years. I don'tknow whom I -
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. Ihs Nora returned home with her to we should thank for the fine work, Herald Square.Opera inJpaD-C.: L THEGORDON
the report of the affidavit filed 1t1s Stone, O. P A., L.-and N. R. R.. Louisrille. '
spend a few days. done on the road; but the finest I BLUFF SPRINGS
- by the noted engineer. Captain Christopher ]I
Mr. Ira Brewton of Bond, liss. is I've ever seen done In the county. The i Ky.: ; W. J.. Craig. G. P. A.r A.

TERSELY TOLD visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs.: A. I JacksonvIlle Maling.Times-Union of Kissimmee, in, says wh the ic.i I II I crooked places are made' ,straight,i C. L. 'Rv.;, Wilmington, N. 'O; B. C. & BROWN/ J

C. Brewton. I the impracticability of Governor and the hills nearly! leveled with the: Hatch. G., P. A Illinois" Central, Chi I llU1l! .Springs, Feb. 3.: -.ihef larlu' ,

Miss Mae Bowman was the gu="5t of Broward's scheme .of draining. the I II ,, valleys.. <' j cago. IlL; 0. C. HailerG. P/A,.;,caatrdl rs' are, all busy getting out their fer-
her cousins'Misses: Uuha ana' Ora On Friday night about 30 l of the good j } Railway of Georgia. 'Savannah; UWzrs Had .getting,ground all broken HARDWARE
Sam th af I
Oonzale/: leaves this mornin I Everglades was pointed out by COMPANY
I Bowman, Sunday last. unin citizens of Bluff Springs'assembled at j Ga.; T J. Anderson G.. P. A.. Southern ready for planting.
Union through
on a ;horbusiness: trip through South- fiant the Times ,
t'rn Alabma t .)lr. C. Brown of Bratt visit his par- tentibnal omif ents here Sunday. in the several hours with music frpm a, G. P. A., Norfolk and Western: rebruary has put new life into every
Capt. position
paragraph put
S A. Ilutcmnsoa. of Chiply, was MKs Nora Brewton and Miss Olla of saying that a canal 150 feet I v'olin: a guitar and a banJo Saturday -: Roanok?, Va.; C. D. Ryan G. P.. A., thing. Peaches are In full bloom, Biggest Hardware Firm Tills
tmong the business visitors In Pensatoia Lambert. wer pleasant callers In MeDavid 1\'ide. and with a four foot flow would: after visltin-g Fisher* Bond and; Seaboard Air Line.. Portsmouth, Va.; mulberries are already .formed and
; titnrday I yesterdayafternoon. lower Lake Okeechobee 4 ,feet in 170 "Granraa" Long we wenfio tae& home I Gentlemen: Under: date of the 19th-garden crops are doing: welL! Sugarcane Side of BirminsYham.I .
;V. P. Bowman, .one of the guard Th.9 ommited paragraph, which of HoaJE-J. Fillingim, wher} we made I last.. L. D. Bkmdell! wriae; <.me from and potato planting Is already I -
'II and Mrs. M. Lurie andIiS3 'a'ajs. .
!at the convict camp visited: home folks against the drainage our headquarters.: In a "short time :!Norfolk Va., as follows: *' under way.S'e were looking for borne
i inu were among bad weather the week when the on
Sundaj. ; the elite of Bluff I "I closed with Maud Muller Company past
all the Springs began to assemble :
of the Everglade stronger
l in the
rg eity I I
yesterday. ,
Mr W. A. Bowman and Miss Pearle reads: : and then the band, composed on last Saturday though my clouds ana' winds shifted to the north Your Purchases ofHARDWARE

i I' R Handle, of Tallahassee was ; Crabtree surprised their friends on 'To obtain a current of one mite j of piano, organ. ,guitar, banjo and violin business was gixnlI was, compelled west, but w' only got a good show2vstud

'. /gut-M, of Frank B. Lee during the;Thursday night when they were mar-, ,per hour. a fall of not l le-ss than four I began to render some of the best I to ckne on account of my special edi-. brisk pleasant weather followed.
",otm*: \1 r. Handle left yesterday rid by Judge Harrison at McDavid inches to the mile i H required, and instrumental music I ever heard. ton! of paper having become. exhausted Several car loads of commercial fertilizer

In New Orleans to spend a few days We were sorry we were not Invited to: thus it becomes an easy matter to calculate .! Now in conclusion I will say if any sooner than I expected. I intend have been delivered to the
before returning home. the "cake cutting." the size of a canal necessary to I croaker will travel over the road from joining the- Heraltl Square. Opera Company -,p farmers around the Bluff and I Madam Rumor says\ we are soon to i Pine Barren Bluff !! as soon as I can-locate them t thing indicates the Ranting of a large of ail kinds, such as
L off known body of water. Springs he will %
Vlivs! Be.l White and Rev. E. C. Clay carry a
have another union of hearts. We know they: are somewhere in :Mlssissippi -crop here '
ton. of "Take Lake: Okeechobee, for Instance keep mouth shut hereafter !
Homaton. and Co'-y Kraker off in politics
ThIs year
the mislaid an
I have
by way I
will Alabama.
she escape !
wonder" is or Mill Tools
miles of : Supplies Turpentine
I E.
with its 1.200: square AI.LEX. ,
and sister Miss Fannie, of Brooklyn of the win 'ow.I I feet aOO'etiea 1 their .route Kinalr have our Atlanta may be the farmer. will not have to
*.a.. w 'rp the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R..v. N. Baggett will fill his regular I surface, and a height of Incoming agent try: to,i locate for; me. If not on stop his plow to'shake hands so often ;

Frank H Lee! during! the carnival.Mr I appointment nod Sunday' at 13 M E.: level.water Without, but looking including upon any It asa I PERFECT HAND. I jour line have him 'phone the other; vith candidates, but candidates are Belting, Piping, Ammunition Etc.

and Mi:,. II. A. Hughes and Mr. church All are invited to attend. I inclosed reservoir, to lower this How Its Appearance Became Familiarto agents. Funny I ,bate! lost. my' in com theiramatic ,'likethe to feather chickens their on nests the farm good-In they order Write to Us for.Prices.
not route
aid Mr FV.. of Florala would panr. Theydo
Hughes, bohof water four feet require
N hav I If it I Is billions attack take Chainberlala's the Public. lap'rs I get I Intend.to pilot -begin clucking early. But the voters
) > been spending the past few a canal of 130; feet: in width, with a do of the looking
in NPW Orleans" passed through Stomach and Liver Tablets noof four feet in depth, and overthe I The story of how probably the most them bac .to :New! York over jour: ere going to some of the
around too 'a'try get men
tip.tt j-f.. erday en route to their and quick cure is certain. For gal route mentioned: of 50 odd mil s, perfect feminine hand in America became s>stem. Please J do what you can, to calibre an to till to th offices. Misfits C c> ttre11
kimesi ''bY all druggistswho .. the current would be 25 miles per known to the people Is rather locate them for me. I am here wasting -i right in ,
timetrying to find them Xew fir* bad, anywhere, mor FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
170 to Interesting.As
'i HI' ladt-g of the Frauen Yerein diem, an it would take days know. This looks funny,(!office. There are good men enough to
the the of York don't Pensacola Fla.
desired. story: goes possessor ,
v he Luihrrn church wall meet th's reach the level OPERA COMPANY fill the offices and some to spare
who baa' been jugged during their Must Allow For Rainfalls.In the hand was with itomg friends in a lut facts LOST
d _. .
-noou 2 30 o'c'ock with Mrs. J.
at :
celebration of Mardi Gras There commenting upon the results that photographer's one day and while talkIng 23
GPO" \\'iliteJ 4J East Gregory. Allare were DO serious cases before the could ba obtained from thi' canal: held up a piece of candy. The Can you give!: u* any information lndI&pen.bIlIPy."No .
1 = '!'! to attend, as business of Jmporan -. of $100 will enable Mr. Blondsll to locate said liurtou Holmes,"it doesn'tdo A GOOD CARRIAGE.
Recorder" although two fines Capt. Malincf! ,,in a letter to the Times-" pose of the hand with Its perfect con that ,
will t'omp.. I each w re as.essed fot carrying concealed Unionsa"s- tt.urand faultless 'shape attracted the his ('ompanYour atlvk111'oblige. to"get a' swelled head ami thinkyou're
I I mention, attention of the artist who truly ,W. H. Tayloe.; the welfare of J When you want a oo-l carriage
It Pin 1 i.. now in San Diego Cal- weaponsThere "A canal of the size propobed; yours indspensaWe!!
i*o '> do little more than to photograph it. Tht remIt was a General passenger Agent. this prompt service and si-fp and carefultreatment
d located at the Paradse: \"al1e)1 Is only one "May in which youmay would I consider in ,vain,' w rld. I
remember the
not original
"tracer" WAS
t'oIJ.i 4)) turn, where he hopes the treaton -' know that there Is no want a.L deal with the rainfall on the lake it beautiful picture kept in the famiiy The has been i "I was In the lobby of a big hotel la .
: will relieve him of the rhuma- ,which vitally inter- self. As bearing out tfiis statement, I until one day, after reading a letter either, for the lost company betwen Amen "Cincinnati< \rbeu a bus load of travel- HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE.
In today's paper from the official from someone inquiring as to who found. It turned up I '
tc ,urns from which he has suffered" -and that is to read them and give the rainfall 1 calmly 'traveling lug salesmen came from the statiOn. j I PHONE 185.
d'J' uc the ests you records at this station"Kissimmee( ) wrote the Postum ana1 Grape-Nuts ad ens and Montezuma he'sigUt'l the | It was founded in 1892 and it has a
past year. of them as
; engagements entirely Every man
see. thirteen months: TfTtisements.Mr.. Post said to his around and filling .
foi the past reputation for polite and careful drivers
Th're win be an entertainment liyi I \\"_ B. Crawford Esq. brbther ,of ."January, 1905! 070; February wife,. "We receive so many inquires of Ignorant of the fact; that should it was register, paused: to h", k." hands with J I and the best Informed cabmen in

'If' Pt"nsa01a Tourists Club on Ftlevening Secretary of State H. Clay Crawford 0.85Iarch; :set: April. 1.8; Ma> this }kind, that it Is, evident some people Io=tStill, the company not the hotel clerk, a fatherly! old fellow the city. Following are the membersand
tlal of Comrooms otTallh'assee II curious to know, blamed It could hardly be expect who bad been there ui ny years.
in tiie Chamber and ,a promInent''oung attorney 7.15; June. 4.4July.; 13.5; August, are suppose wo be their hack nunvbers:
!Il'rcfO on West Government has! 'been In the cfty tor 1389: ; September. ;5.15) : October 3.20; let the advertising department have e:, to know it was lost, as the not Mr.let *".\ ,* said one of them to the clertc, I I11 A. 1L Soloman, No. 1; A. J, Leggett):

'Ir"l"l to begin at 7:30 o'clock. The the Mardi Gras celebrat'on and hew I November, none; December. 10.23; and I that picture of your hand to print Blondell.! who had lost it, had 'it's a good thIng! you're still on deck No. 5; J. Stall worth. No. 7; J, E. Morris. .

fr,1) rant will! consist of rec'tations s very much pleased with it Mr.CSawfofd 'January 1906, 6.44. (Measurements in and name it "A Helping Hand." (Mrs. the members know. removes all Uncle: L i vr. I tlon't l think the house No. 8; S. Sunday, .Jr_ No. 11; C.

Recorder Lanc tried 104 cases: In Pensacola and he will probably open ."Now:! this may be a maximum rain[ Nome of the most famous adv -l.'oubt81' to the whereabouts ..Couldn't It, jum!r aid Uncle Dave 15; It. J. Parker No. 18; T II. Hear-

"h, munic'pal court yesterday morn- an office here Rome time In \J:>ril. I fall, but maximum rainfalls must be I: tisements). I company: Feb. :23-The! Her 'You fellows! would come In here and old No. 21; S. Bibbs, No. 26; 1!. Pet-
and this i h only fur There was a natural shrinkage from "Amerleus Ga..
a 20 A. J
for. No. Braswell No. 77
hit clerk you'd terson ; :
If there MranK"
auh is dock- U now en was a
one of th% largest i I Company
in favor of delaying a the publicitybut an areement aid Squam Opera i .
Leaion argument nice
on :- cord so far as the number of Have you tried Blue Ribbon ther should the Ga, where th-y, "'\ Uncle Dave?" All the above are closed carriages *
1 Vanilia!! ? Absolutely pure, goes most costly undertaking: to recover,that no name accompany. rente to Montezuma I .. .
l is ('()n"t"rnetl.OE"arly all of the and : its granted. night!; Feb 24. 'And the clerk would say: 'Why.didn't .
will not be required for picture use was aruearStturdav:
the which STA
desserts lands J WORTJI. Pres.By .
far and gives !
twice as week at: Signed
iR1tUng was consumed In hearing The cas* was presented in the light fteacpearing here next : you hear? lie died a month
ale... of by those]."Blue Ribbon Flavor.! rrany jears. t \ bouse, the C H TAYLOR, Sec. and Tres.
woe as put u? J of extending, a welcoming: hand to Jones & Ridley's opera ago.

the friend of Postum and Grape-Nut.! company Roes?; to Ve *aco\*, Fla. ..'And then you'd say: "Well, I'll be

..-'''' '._ ''' ''.\& ".'! --.. '':'''''-..." : so the picture speared on the back The losing of freight! shipments of darned! That's too bad. Say, wbrn'H .
r..... .. 'U': __.."',B:1UlfJU.4.tfijtJ: ."" "" _, t.t4't.-: """" "";'.4""'--...:u."'.'.''.''tJ.r.H..."." ---:. :Hf4.n.'' ...t :B......IIIii.4 U...U-U-H.*"*-_'fJ.-t._. rtj'U.fti _.......... ('.\"ers of many of the January andFebruary every'variety, and even of box: cars "Woman's .HomeCompanion. a---- -r---------- -
,n. H.U ... ... 'Io.--.iiI/IfIIU' : dinner be ready
; ...................._..-.. __..- _.....__.---Xl7B "' "' magazines ana' became but Savannah rail .
: is not uncommon. Pliability and Stiffness
,.. known to millions of people. road mEn say the lost opera company .1

0 And Are Perfect t Instruments. B Ba '::I Many artists have commented upon .:<:0. .oKr\iit..."u ft.. .. limit..- These are essential points In
I Our Pianos !'it as probably the most perfect hand 'TO CURE ANY DISEASE. the starching of your collars
In the world. TO CURS A COLD IN ONE The Cause Must be Removed, Same ; and cuffs : -

Any one of our Pianos will perform Satisfactory I*!1 The advertising partment of the Take IAXA1IVE BROMO Quinine Way With Dandruff. I If they are so stiff as not to
} Postum Co, did net seem able to Druggists refund money If Itl Kill the that causes dandruff
in Tablets. germ :
4 Service: for a lifetime. They are perfect sis ;, resist the temptation: to.enlist the curio fails to cure. B W GROVE'S signature falling hair, and baldness, you wil. : bend easily they won't break.shape
r to
Are, Built by action and their tone quality are unexcelled by15! >ity of ;th? publjc, by refraining Is on each DOI. %5c. I have no,more danaTuff, 1Indr your hair neatly If they and are are not apt stiff enough;

f time from giving the name t. the owner must grow luxuriantly.) Xewbro's:
You can your-own S j lose their .ebajle ani
in the. world. | | but stated they soon
9 "" any : when th, picture appeared lierpicide not only contains the dandruff -: '
i l that the would be given larn i NouNCEMENT. I wilt down quietly.W .
for payment. p| name: \ germ destroyer, but it also con-I
\ tb with just the
l of the newp3Pr: announcements i 9
one tains' delightful hair dressing
Specialists for a most
have your own time payment. ,553 of starch' In them
You can thus seeking to induce the Friends and Patrons'I I.for regular toilet use No Other hair right amount
u ': and read the To My have the result Is that every customer -
readers to look for announce that I senr- preparation is on this scientific basis
p -- : i forthcoming advertisements to learn I ed my beg connection to with the'gorm ,of!of 'destroying the dandruff germs. It U pleased.

j the name of,the'own?r.I & Son and have asso- stops all irritation, keeps' the scalp
Mehlin Clutter. Newton and Cassel. 8 I I I The combination of art and commerce Wns.-Johnson dated myself: In business with Mr. W. sweet, pure and wholesome. Remember -: The Star Steam.jLaundry.

1 Kranich & Bach Lester and the multitude of Inquiries i V-+. Watson! and CV*. Parker at .33 that something claimed to be

..... furnished an icellmt illustration of I It South Palatox, SU the stand "just as good.: will not do .ti& work .
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= ---- I |tbe |ntrt: Ibe_ publiC takes. in the, and 'occupied by. Green & V>. 1- (it genuine Hprplciae. For sale by
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114-116 S.. P lafClutter < iPC where I shall be pleased W A. 37 E &uarO n :
.*. : Oldestand Largest House f. whose names become son apoib-cary, 121 South Palafox street, p.nucot. Fla:
-= Music 'House in Music PEpN"iiVosL.: g ) household words through extensive. and aerveyOtL1 .pectJulllY''.. J or send lOc In stamps..for..sample: to I
.. lend continuous, announcements In -1 .
G! florlda E. L. REESE: ,The Hefpidde Co., Detroit, Mien,
I"'n-, .._ ;mI; si, ...ras 395*, ,, ".....U..P..U : l.W'P8Df't'S and .u\riOIUcala.\ I
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t; ;t J. I Facija1Few', Lines Washington Letter ; each day. Does

e tntnJa Joumal NEWS AND VIEWS Does lonfjSfStimes; or bad blood I

: l' FROM "STATE PAPERS. blood is good I

I There.are "fifteen Masonic lodges In [Special Correspondence.] bad health. Ask I 1

t $ Maine whlii.have celebrated! their centennials. Public Printer sailings& proposes to : your:; own doctor about taking Aytt>& I

WEEkLY.. SUNDAY. j i dispense with horses and wagons as an Heart Beat WckiraMMcntst Sirstparllla' for W.pvLiiss thin impure blood.

DAILY. f I Wants Grand Lodge in 1907. In Swiss restaurants natives generally adjunct ,to government printing office __ tile f.muI.i i rf.II.ureecI.es.- J.o..a L ';. .__
I The Herald learns that a movement and to replace thenijyjjh automobile -r--- ,,
I ) pay less for food pr -
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i Is on foot among the Knights of Py drink than tourists. *. He will confer wiStheprsaWentabout -- ---- .

...BY.... thlas in this city_ to males an effort The oldest In the London zoo It and will endeavW ._a t con-
I to secure for this city the meeting tortoise for the purchase of LEGAL IDVERTlSM''
to appropriate
has gross! OPERA NTS
lie has to be HOyLThursday
i< of the Grand Lodge for 190?. The seen 20summers. .
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. the vehicles. ..
j Grand Lodge meets in Palatka the fed by hand with cabbage. ... --- ..
The Immense business of the printing Notice is hereby given that
middle of next month'and at this Scientists are calling attention to the
about fifty wagons and day March KOr.; "1S06. appUcatioaS
I meeting ths place for the 1907 meeting fact that /iuoa of the Atlantic and Pacific requires March 1. .
FRANK L. ,MAYES, President and General Manager. will be selected and the three !l0- and advise more than a handled horses. These are be made to the Governor ot the Sfa-J
are different an '
cal lodges are planning to extend to 'investigation quite of probable results before used In the hauling: of paper and supplies ,Matinet nl} Night of Florida for letters patent for !

the Grand Loage an Invitation to the t the delivery: of printed? matter to ter of incorporation a copy wte

MEMBER :THE ASSOCIATED. PRESS. !come here. Tampa becoming more canal is cut through. the various government: buildings! and rd' Is herew.th and hereunder PUblii

,' and more a center for such great and The growth of trades: unionism In the like.. It cost: "heavily.' to.maintainall : Archie L. Step : Signed:
this and the i France has been very-rapid. The title and the
important gatherings as these vragons: and horses I J. E. ABEilCROMEffi

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.. Grand Lodge can find no more appropriate under which the unions! are known In" teamsters necessary tD: look after them. will present themostnlrvelousMUVhG .. R. P. KEESE. .

One Year.$5 00 One Month..;.... ......... 45 place than this city for a meeting France is "Syndicats Profes3ionnels Mr StiU.nss; thinks! he could save the B. 1.. BARCLAY

Six Months................ 2 '50 One Week...... ......... 10 place. The order is strong and They were first,authorized by law InlS8L' government al;)ut ?'JOOCCO a year by PIG rURES. W. K. ROBINSON

Three Months...... ....?.. 125 Weekly Edition, per year..?1 00 'powerful in Tampa' and is growing turning ts ni.ornoiIles.It, would of GEO. T. MOLGAN.Ws :

steadily a more cordial and 110 welcome place than could Tampaand offei The members of the Russian Red course require a heavy cum ta( buy the EVER EXHIBITED. J. E. Abercromb e, R. p flee

Cross society who assisted in the war autoniob.ii. but maintenance: would B. L. Barclay W. K.
Detailed the Herald sincerely hopss the Robinson
: The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a : aj
with being dispersed. Positively everything new; not one Geo. Morgan
effort to bring the Grand Lodge here Japan are now not le a havy I'em. T. hereby make api
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. will 'prove successful. Tampa Her It is stated that 500; medical men and The printing! oa.-o already has nn electric pcture shown at oar: former exhlbiti6ns -\ tlon for- Utters patent Incorp/ratsa

ald. 4.CCO Sisters of Mercy were enrolled for riant where the nut itnobtlei: couldbe will te reproduced. I us into a corporat.cn: n accordaajj!
Night Pricfsj 13;;, 25, 35 and 50c.: with the laws of the
duty. be Mate
.* aDcn't char::ed. so t1-! it fb '-e !anld I of Floriji
Offices. 108 and 110 East Sale on Trains Matinee 1 and 25e under the fo low.
Papers on TnusI for ; ng ciianer
The ail
.. "eL I Vote Talk. men employed In the Bombay: scarcely any : expense !
as They ,sale.
Government. Phone 38. '. and at all News Stands, cotton mills arc agitating for longer power. Then. tx; ). It H calculated that Seats now. oa I 1. The came of the corp ration s'-jj

The lot of Atlanta"facts"Journal kt publishinga how hours. They ;ask for a return to the old better time ctra!.1 be c*:J.le' and fewer --- i be The Robinson Livery! and Undep
showing just
taking Company and its
thsir candidate for Is going thirteen hour day ia place: of the present men would! be rt"jured: ciNE NIGHT ONLY,I pr nc./njj
I goveaor of business
place Pensacola
day at'twehe with extra .
hours Land frond
to win. But the trouble is the boys Oregon I 2. The general nature of th fc
I don't cast their talk. payment for the additional hour. counsel for March 2.
ballots like thy Francis J. Ilency. special Friday, ness, sha'l! be that of burns: s-eo.r: ,
We've seen this demon.ztrated.-Lake An investigation into the size of the the government In the land fraud cases and In
trading mules .
Senatorial Inquiry lowing. We see It frequently in poli I America's Premier Player-P'aywright, ve...y
tics. City Index. solicItors' bills by a government committee In Oregon called on the presIdent: a few and harness: and stable suppl.ea tl

Into Panama Canal.The The :fact that Mr. Hearst- could come in London revealed this remark days ago and talked: : \\Illi um about the RlchardCarle the doing of a general liver, feed tj

so near defeating both the great par:, The Only Way. able Item: "To attending you this day. cases. Representative B:user Hermann: sale stab'e business; tti cmiaa:t

senatorial inquiry Into the affairs ties in New York City: is evidence The Live Oak Democrat quotes a when' we discussed at length the itemsof of Oregon former commissioner of the Presents H'nwlf in His Latest of the dad: the directing of Innzn

of the! Panama Canal Commission that outside the city the Idea wouldbe shrewd merchant who is a constant our charges and In the end convincedyou general land office will be brought to Farcical! Operat: and the dong of a general) and It 5-

has been considerably livened up since more popular than in the city. advertiser as saying: "When I want that they were fair"A trial In Washington during the last ing business and the buying an! jv

Senator .rsan.; Alabama, assumd Alter the exposure of the methoJ3 I'people in a ceraain territory to get consignment of 1,500 cigaretteswas week in March. There are two Indictments THE MAYOR lag of funeral and 'undertakers e]>

the vote of inquisitor and his merciless of the managers of the great corporations so familiar with me that they will recently shipped to a soldier at against Mr. Hermann one In piles; ,the owning ho din?. I 1'anng cnntiog \

the people are in a mood to follow think of ,me ,whenever they are in Fort Ethan ,Allen by a friend in the this Jurisdiction and one In Oregon.: The o! all rea' estate and oa

% flaying of Attorney Cromwell a man who promises them a xrar I'' need of gooddin my line I want to Philippines. The duty on the cigarettes District case will be prosecuted first to OF TOKIO !IA property Incident, necessary or cia
haj attracted more interest than is those venient to such bus'ness:
on corporations.The speak to them in every issue of the Mr.
be followed the case.
by Oregon
amounted to $18. which the consignee .
New York Scintillating AladiinffJ'keAchievement : ( 3. 'The amount of tal
usually displayed in proceedings of great papers of. are paper they get"Many merchants cap ala
Heney will conduct both: cases.!
to The then
this character. The Birmingham A e-l even now discussing the poEtical] future -have accomplished this, and every one pay. goods were of shall be Five Thousand ani Four Hun
of Mr. Hearst and they look upon I of them has done It in the way the ordered sold at auction to meet the demands Annapolis In Planter. LIFE BEAUTY* COLOR MIRTH. dred Doran ($5.40000)) divided >n'<

Herald comments upon the matter as him as a factor that both parties must merchant quoted says. There is no of the government They brought A new attractIon for, Tutors at ,the Two Carloads of Scenic and- fifty-four shares of On, Hundred Dot

follows: reckon with. other way to accomplish this result $2.00.A:' navy department I Is a representation of Costume Splendor, lars (100.00 each, payable in prj)

The ,people of Alabama to say the and its accomplishment is worth more movement is afoot to construct a the grounds and buildings at the Naval See the' "DasMns Peanut Ba'lei," erty and accounts the value of which!!I

least will enjoy the spectacle of The Mobile Register of Tuesday to a firm than any stock of goodsIn 158 mile road for automobiles near academy' at Annapolis as they will look Dainty Geisha, Girls, Blue Ribbon has been fired by the incorporates u

Kitchen Cabinet Cromwell on the gridiron contained Florida.-Jacksonville' TIm s-lJnl3n. Winnipeg, Man. It will be oval In form. when the scheme of Improvement now Beauty Chorus.PRICES50. Five Thousand.and Four Hundred IMJars.

with Senator Morgan at. the the following paragraph: and the expense of construction and being carried out Is completed.Two cents to $1.50. .

handle end. Unless the Aldrichesol Dr. J. Y. Porter, chief health officerof Broward Going Right Ahead. maintenance will be met from the tolls huge plaster models have been Secure seats early.Professional. 4. The sad: corporation shall et'si

the senate intervene to save the ""grid- Florida is in Cuba. investigating exhibition In for ninety-nine (99 years.
prepared and placed on -- -- -- -
Despite the fact that expert engineers -,collected from those who use it It i la .
ironee he will be roasted by Senator the health ,situation there and is to the main reception rOOm of the'secretary 5. The business of th? company u
have declared the plan to wain proposed to run some big races on the
Morgan to a turn. When the inter- decide whether he will recommendany of the They show clearlythe Dir ctJrL to be conducted by a president 4 uc.
the Everglades impracticable and almost road which 'will: be oiled to keep down navy. .
oceanic canals committee adjournedon quarantine against Cuba this president and a secretary-tr asu-ei .
I of the ground and models
impossible! and that an Injunc-- the dust topography ,
Monday Chairman Mlllard of Nebraska mer. The Cuban sanitary sum.1 and a board of three ((3)) doctors.Tha .
tion against the same is now pending of the buildings are all presented.The TWOS. PE3LEYI,
who belongs to the machine is facilitating the doctor's Gilbert R. Le Place of Deep River, d'rectors shall be elected aancai: 4
in the United States Court. Governor work. In fact. Is a miniature of the
showed an inclination to shield William -every way possible. This is a wise Broward is ahead to Contu, has 'a Scotch collie which Is a LAW. ,REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND ly.at a meeting of the stockholjers 09 1
going actively the scale of
;. Nelson Cromwell from his pitiless action on both parts. It is well to obtain begin the stupenduous project. He is Tery useful dog. Each morning after academy territory on one COLLECTIONS the second Monaay of Januar\

i Inquisitor. It should he remembered fun and direct Information before now at Port Lauderdale looking over breakfast the animal makes It his first Inch to thirty-two feet PALAFOX AND ROMAN year and the directors so elected'
that Cromwell is a successful defining the kind of quarantine if any the building of dredges for the work.,. duty to fill the wood box bringing the Door of Llbhr PrUon. PHONE 653. on the same day elect the president.

.. Wall street lawyer as well as a promoter that* shall be declared as, to Cuba. and declares that he will 'push the sticks one at a' time in his month. It The front door of Libby prison that the vice-president and the secretary-
of various schemes but in the did guard during the civil Is on exhibition treasurer. Until the first election VV
This Is indirect war.
an slap though!)rob- work rapidly ahead. DLa! we believe the telephone rings with no one on hand
hands of the senior Alabama Senator ably Intended the Governor sincere in his efforts the dog In a buffet on Pennsylvania K. Robinson sha'l be president n u
not as such at the-New to answer'lt the sets out to .find T G YATES M D.
: hq stood defenseless and his retreat Barclay vice-pres'dent and Go. T J
Orleans and ,Mobile quarantine officials s&ma would be comm dablew but it some one at'opce.President ; avenue. It the only part of that historic ,
e was on the lines of Henry II. Rogers looks more like an effort to court and jail.that.was uot\removed to Chicago :Morgan, pocretary-treasurer an3:! 'ha
f he refused to answer questions. The who have already declared that retain favor and pave the way to .Roosevelt Is enthusiasticover when the structure was taken OPTICIAN, board of dlctora shall consist of I tin-se

Wall street senators may come to his quarantine against' Cuba shall be en- something getter when his term as the idea,of creating a game! preserve down Richmond and transferred to 306 THIESEN BUILDIGH! persons

rescue but if they do enator Morgan \ forced, beginning in :March. chief executive: of the stats shall on 'the,Kalbab plateau of Arizona the western city twenty years ago. 6. The highest amount of Indebtedness
,t will make him tell the suppressed have expir d.-'Miami Metropolis. including the Buckskin mountains -- to which the corporation shall at
The door i II six feet high and three
facts connected with the resignationof mi .* ,*.' The,,tract is 60 by,:50 miles and H. T. CRAWFORD any time subject itse'f! to shall be FiH
HH "Y and a half feet wide. It is made of ,
Engineer Wallace. capable sustaining 5.000 buffalo, as Thousand Dollars ($5.000.00)).
The Southern Catfish. southern pine planking an Inch thick.five' ,
The senate committee on inter- :many"; elk or,moose' and Innumerable 7. The names and res'dences of 'he: I
oceanic canals endeavored on Monday\ ## STATE BOARD OF In the South the catfish is a imall game. 'Senator Smoot has prepared I Inches wide and grooved. It Is MONEY'TO LOAN AND RENTS COL subscribers and the amount of stock
1 after the testimony for the day had SUGGESTED. nuisance except when he ,becomes a : a bill for the purpose. braced by three crosaplecca each an LECTED. subscribed for by each is as follows

l been closed "to limit the range of Sen- # Miami-Metropolis.- scavenger :by living near the. towns. .'Cas :thy: brad upon the'waters, for Inch thick and eight Inches wide. On 414 THIESEN BUILDING. .I J. E. Abercrombie.! Pensacola, Florid -
t ator Morgan's inqu'ries. Our senior But in our lakes and streams away the back the marks of the old fashioned Pensacola, Fla. Ten Shares} ,
thou shalt find It after days.
from 'cities he devours neighbors bet- many
; senator properly objected to the suppression itH'lH; pointed hinges on which it hung are R. P. Reese Pensacola, Florida, Tea .
of facts in this great enterprise -, a ter than himself, while his appetiteand This passage of Scripture was verified plain, and on the top oroeapiece are the ],, Shares.B. .

1 involving an expenditure of Untold rapid increase soon give him sole when a woman of Townsend, Vt., received Imprint and the broken bolts of what I DIRECTORYJoppa L. Barclay Pensacola. Florida,
Secretary Shannon of the Nashville possession of his habitat. if man'shand a present from a lady nearly
millions of the people's money, was evidently a stout iron bar or brace. Tea Shares.W .
Tenii.. Board of Trade, makes a. suggestion be stayed. Therefore Is a re- eighty years roid of a handsome patch- I.
and he did not consent to have the In- The planking originally painted a dark I K. Robinson Pensaco'a, Florida,
quiry narrowed. ,for, the establishment of a ll'f to know that "Florida Salmon"and work: qupt she/had made and $5 in cash Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F. Eighteen Shares.
State 'Boara'' of Trade that should find "Montezuma Trout" are boughtby brown. Is now ashy"gray with age. The Joppa Lodge No.6 1. O. O. F,1
This is a subject that concerns tho : In,remembrance) a little deed'q('kindness lock is Geo: T. Morgan\ Pensacola, Florida:,
an echo and support In every state tha trade in other states-this is done nineteen\ a cumbersome, old style one meets every Tuesday evening at 7:3U: "
people. atoney has been
shoveled out years ago. Six Shares.
and territory in tie Union. In making -one can which brings a profit to our size 6 by 8 Inches. o'clock.at at Rafford.Hall, West GardenSt.
: at the isthmus and every dollar of it A groom recently took some horses (Signed)
this suggestion, Mr. Shannon recites -people without compensating cost. Rude Carvings. Visiting brethren are cordially in
: was taken from the pockets of the from England to Australia for a resident J.. E. ABE1tCROII1H. ;
but too truely that such a board Send on "the raw material" or, better The lettering rudely carved on these vited.
people. The manner in which it has would have an influence in making still/put up factories here to pass of that commonwealth., As he boards excites deep interest" T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. p. REESE
IAn: spent should therefore be made B. L. BARCLAY
the cat's meat.-Jacksonville went to Australia under an agreementas ,
more the on
effective work of the several One J. W. GINGLES. Sec
: two
known if the or primitive attempts at artistic -
people see that the W. K. ROBINSON.
boards of trod throughout the state; : Times-Union. to wages* it was necessary for him 31jan6m.Pentacola.
Wall street senators carving were made but most of
are not permittedto GEO. T. MORGANState
better stimulate the idea of to obtain a special certificate of exemp-
limit the other cooperation S the prisoners seem to have been content Lodge No. 3 K. of P.
pending Inquiry-In of .
of Florida County E& 4n-&
among business men in all the to enable him to land and at the '
words to keep from the people the towns of the state, so.that',more en- St..dlaa Woe From LaUa... end of six months, the period for which with plain lettering. A few days age meets every Monday< evening at 7:33 Before the undersigned p<'-sonsLy
facts ,Cromwellian and otherwise an old member of the Thirtieth New o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
terprises, industries capital and population George Standing, American professional the certificate Is valid. be will be compelled I appeared J. E. Abercrombie R p-
that the insiders do not ''Want the"peo-' will come to It and thereby ; racket champion, successfully to return to England.A York volunteers, who when a prisonerhad over l'ou stable W. Intendencla St. Reese B. L. Barclay W. K. Robitsca

pIe to know. It is stricHly a contest] give it more taxable property and defended his title in a match with Peter carved his name on the door hearIng Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. and Geo. T. Morgan, each of ,:wn
of,inside interests and the people,and manwasreceutly tried at Chicagoon J. A. ICRKP A TRICK. C. C. I tIe
more funds with which to carry on Latham of England the world's that it was in Washington came to acknowledged their signature to
Senator Morgan. Keen I the charge: of selling liquor to Chief H. HORSLER K. of R. A S
alert. works and in It. Be teat tie
public : resulting a high?* champion, at the New York Racket see recognised it at once and i foregoing instrument and
stands for the people. standard of civilization for the peo and Tennis club recently. Standingwon Ogallala Fire, a ward of the federal drawing a huge key from his pocket Rathbone Lodge No. 'same is their act and deed for tti

4 Congressional inquiries as a general -ple.In by three games to love In thirty government The defendant's attorney tried the lock. It fitted perfectly. The 30. K. of P. meets every purposes set forth.

thing have but little effect, especially union there is strength. The minutes of the fastest rackets ever called attention to an old law which key. he said. bad been used in the lock J Thursday evening at 8:00 In testimony whereof I hare bert

as the whole thing is a sort of Metropolis heartily: commends and approves seen In the United States. The scores admitted an Indian to citizenship when when he was confined there and on his o'clock in their temporary unto set my hand and fired my officials
.the suggestion of Secretary be had land deeded to him. Records release he had Castle Hall over Pou eta.eSa al this 8th day of February. A, D.
Republican family affair. In this In- Shannon. Each and every'city knows were 15-), 15-10 and 15-10. A purseof showed that Ogallala Fire bad thus become secretly taken it away.A ble W. Intcndencia street 1o5.>>

stance however, Jf Senator Morgan Is its town advantages but not those of $3,000 went with the title. a citizen and the alleged Tend lot arai Bookkeeping. Visiting knights art co" I (Signed) J. J. IIOOTON'

not suppressed much good may be Its neighbor or sister cities. If we Standing hardly failed to Improve an fire water was allowed to depart in A committee of experts from the dlally welcomed. (Sea!)

accomplished. The, necessity for knew their's we 'coula1. help them and opportunity Latham only getting four peace. treasury department recently finishedan J. D. KIRK, C. C. Notary Public State at Large. Con
an they could help us. Suppose for in- aces from him on misses. Standing got examination of the books of F. L C. J. LEVY i'K. of R. t: g.! mission expires May 8, 1907.
inquiry is apparent to everyone,' but stance, Jacksonville, Tampa Key eleven aces by opponent's misses. On Niagara river in its course from Lakt Evans who for ten years has been distributing ISfeboawiw

whether or not the Inquisitors will be West. Pensaoola, Orlando, Gainesville, aces by service Standing gained only Erie to Lake Ontario falls a distance of officer for the department of Knights of Columbus,

allowed to find anything is still a Ques- Miami and every other place havinga nine to thirteen for Latham, but the 627 feet. A survey by the United States agriculture. The committee found that Knights Meetings of Columbus of the
local board of trade In the state, engineers who measured the flow of the Settlement
tion. Englishman could not do as well as the government owes the clerk $2.10 are heli at their bail Administrator's! Notice of Final
were members of a state organization its Standing In volleying and the American river below the falls shows that it discharges for which a voucher will be issued. The : No. 8 West Intendencia In re estate of John \V Fri-
of the same name and crrying as
The average baseball crank has already 230.000 cubic feet of water a examination was made by +
object the same general purpose of gained twentythree aces by placing necessary street, on every ter. deceased.
picked the pennant winners for advancement and development can balls that could not be returned to second from one lake to the other.' In Mr. Evans' ill health. He has taken an evening at Notice Is hereby given that on Tue

_ this jear.William: you not realize the greatest Import- eight by placing for Latham. Stand Its descent of twenty-seven miles from Indefinite leave of absence and he has 7:30 o'clock. An mvitfttion 1906 at
lake to lake river the day the 7th day of August
Niagara develops bad to turn all his Is
accounts to extended
ance and good that could be done the ing was accurate in fast service and over an .
state by such an organization? volleys and excelled In footwork. equivalent of about 9.000.000 theoretical assistant During the ten years he was to visiting Knight 10 o'clock a, m., or as soon tbereaf-r

R. Hearst It would not be necessary to meet horsepower. disbursing clerk he paid out more than EDM. JOHN a JONES. as sam, can be heard I will apply ta .
a FOX.
more than two or three times a year Sidney Dillon Progeny !. Sold. The will of the late Francis Skinner, 41000000. No officer of the government Grand Knight I the Honorable County Jude of E*

Factor to Be Reckoned With. to discuss purely business questions The largest sale of trotting stock at a Boston millionaire puts the entire estate ever made such a record for accu _Recorder.Pensacola : cambla county, F'orida for a final

such as developments, immigration, private sale made for many years was excepting $20.000, in trust for his racy. Had the discrepancy been ten Loda' No. 4, L O. O. F. discharge at
Notfrwithstanding the mud that Improvement from the adm'nistratloa
and legislation necessary for some consummated at Santa, Rosa. CaL. recently only son, Francis Skinner Jr., who ,a I times .as great and had that money Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O. O. K
has been thrown at the political aspiration or' advancement, trade Industries been I meets said estate..
few Sadie due the every Thuraflay
when Sterling R. Holt of In- years ago married Carr a J, government Instead of evening at 7:3u
Such board could be
etc. a
of William R, Hearst in the! saleswoman in a department store. The Evans there would have been no re at the new na'l on West Gardefc hARRY L. PRATER
of untold benefit to the state and dianapolis, ;, purchased twenty-five '
past the country is' beginning to real ery city and community in it, and head of the progeny of Sidney Dillon testator left $20.000 to the Arnold arboretum mark about it. invited.street. Visiting E brethren cordially Administrate

lie that faet that he is one of the we would like to see the movement of the sire of Lou Dillon. The sale was of Harvard college. The youngman's The Favorite Flower J. NEVILLE., Secretary.GREENBLATT Dated February 1. 1906 oanvm
strongest figures in the political arena I. Mr. Shannon put to effect in Florida.If made through Mlllard Sanders, the wife is the daughter of Patrick The governors of the house' of representatives

1- today. The Birmingham Ledger, I a State Board of Trade could be driver of Lou Dillon when she made Carr a tailor. She Is a strikingly hand : have changed the color of Daughter of R"ebekah.-- l- -

!made representative and entirely devoid some woman. t their floral decorations. It used to be Naomi Lodge, No; 10, Daughters of
her record who Is
unequaled a prominent
# which cannot by any method of figuring -I of political ambitions or affiliations horseman of Santa R sa. Elevenof Although fifty-three years old. Earl the flaming scarlet carnation that found Rebekah meets every Monday nijht: Pensacola, SI. Andrews ani

be counted among the newspapers I its position as to business questions the animals unnamed lie Gray still ranks as the greatest favor In the eyes of Cannon Dalzell, i, at 8 o'c'ock In I. O, O. F, halL Vis'ting -

favoring Mr. Hearst in a recent is- I' would be speedily accepted toy The Involved are in the transaction yearlings. game butcher in England perhaps in Payne and Grosvenor but now It is a : sisters cordially Invited to be pres Gulf Steamship Co.
: money
candidates for office, ent.
ue. had the following to say relative -all parties and the world. He has killed more game pale pink shade of that delightful '
speedjer accomplishment approximated $10,000. MRS. PEARI TAV'OV
and would result in a WITKOVSKI STEANJSR
than other living sportsman flower that is In favor. .
to that gentleman: any .
; of the things that, we MISS WILLIE KENDRICK., Sec
l The Ledger las frequently: said that 'need for public welfare. Let 4ie amounting when last computed to 31V( ]' Fake Antique*. w. 0 7ARHOW. Master.
'tH H-1: 1I-n='HH M. E. B/A. No. 81
COO head. Comprised in this list One of the meet$ flrtt. and :
William Randolph Hearst is a political boards of trade throughout the state were most remarkable pieces of t-UlST-CLAf5" PAS3ENUiiflFREIu AND
third Wednesday
factor to be reckoned with. That consider'this proposition. It seemg to 11,000 pheasants 89,400 partridges "43500 ,- fake carving the National museum has evening at 7:30 p. 4T h-ER VICE
*; "Some roads open stately of1- m.. Raltord! Hall Ko 10. West .
a man of hi* brains energy and money be a good one.SECRET. $ enough with ,planted ,trees on grouse 20.500 hares and as many, ever seen was submitted to Professor street Inteadencla -Det"l1-
make himself a is rabbits. In Yorkshire he once shot COO I Baird when he
con power easily was living several
'$0 either side to tempt the travell years A. O. PELL
seen. He made himself a figure of OF SUCCESS.The er, but soon become narrower t grouse In a single day and on another ago. said Professor Holmes the other J. L. SWEENEY Sec Pres. PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI.

ome importance in the late national and narrower,' nd In 'a squirrel occasion brought down:O pheasantS: day. It came from some one down in COLA. CARRABELLE, ST. ANDREWS

campaign when he was comparatively Mayorof a city wishedTo .y. path and run up.a tree.", #, There may be two opinions about Texas and was a beautiful. piece 'of W. 0. W. MILLVlLLE.

; unknown in national politics. He hammer down the lid And many advertising cam- I Lord Rosebery's character as a politician work. In smooth stone about three feet Live Oak Camp No> 1, W. 'J. w.

came within a few votes of being And all the yellow journals gave ':1palgns get."'switchedoff, into but there can only be one aa to long. It was a grotesque animal made meets in Pythian; Hall 1st and 3rd And all points on St. Andrews BftCarrjbctle
elected of New York The news of what he did. 'i in each < .
mayor City and Wednesdays
month. and ApalahICQla.8CHEDULE
made racket that roads of this kind-expend! his occasional appearance in the capacity up-wIth part of the head of a rhinoceros Visiting
he has not ceased a moment since They so large a I sovereigns cordially Invited.
The "Forsooth. their forces in l1 wrap; rsof ; of a man of letters. In the do- the feet of an elephant, the beak of
then to spread and strengthen his In- people said I .:P.:A. BOGHICH Pebt&cola Sunday 8:20: *
circulations'and C. C. Leave ,
fluence. We must provide an office for squirrel path". main of history and literature he a parrot, the tail of a lizard and the"hInd BRQOKB.
LESLIE E. Clerk.Woodman' Mobile Al
influence and end "up a tree. i for
touches nothing which he does feet of an alligator. .
not it
It is This energetic youth" was -'-- 8:33 P-
now predicted that he will bea Pensacola Tuesday. :
candidate for governor of New They ran him for the senate and The right kind of advertising adorn. and'his range is a' wide one- clearly a fAke. for the work: was too Circle.W. Leave for St. Andiews MlllvUle, Aft

York on a municipal ownership .plat He cot:: there In a walk. medium is from the Imperial captive- St.Helena fine ana the design was each as none of O. W. C.. Oak" Grove' No. 4, m.i&chiC0Carrabelle and intermed-M
form and will be elected. In the present :MORAL.It AN EVER WHOLE to the inspired exciseman: of Dumfries. the Indian tribes ever conceived. It Woodmen Circle Ileta every Thursday points.

state of the public mind any 'pays the politicians to & HEDGED, FOR-WITH ITS. "bOLLAR *' His address at Dumfries some :years was seat back and afterward lost sight 3p. jiu 2d floor, Pythian Hall over For additional tnformaMon apply CI'

LENGTH, 'i"o ago Burns of the ,of-and: possibly now Is the show Pou's stable-on Intandencia, ,street J. B. SAUND S. ,
strong man with a positive Issue that Provoke newspaper. talk. on was one finest piece I .
TREES "..'. sovereigns
cordially ;
_ Visiting Invited.Mra. Pruide5f. :
promises any financial relict to the -Paul. Cook in Birmingham Age- things.of the kind .to which Scotsmenhad la some private coll etlon. c R. COBB. -
LeonLangford: "
common people will find a great fol- Herald.:' ever,been treated.. '.. GAEL: SCHOrIELD.f M. B.. OIIen.Clerk.t., q1arc1ian-M.. : ',. :.),. : Gn. -- ,:Frt.&DcI Pass., VI*.AffUPtntacols. : .


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}j Price; to Be Named by a Board 10f Arbitration, as the Presen .Iat.! ..lam,Cou&IIs b3l11ar u4 CoWs. 3'- Cm WSM All Else!
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1 -,; Owners _Have Placed Figure Too High-Owners to Be lsn.an4 mId I had_bicla a I.et&ie.r'ot.4wi: ooa; ._ ,.rsl'=d.a r ei.da,4', CIOIIgb

kin cC coug31 Tene4.es, 11t&117 ftIIIeIdIn bus non.

.. Given Notice at once of- This Action.THIS none good of until which I feuLjlJralPineT did me an* _ of soy Uxut good warned, th'orbr todonw I
one bou.1. of hr. Bells I one
) -- r- I =1& Plne-T r-Ho5ey
Ueredmeatoua. ?= BI a' Very
c'ty give notice to the accept my thank*for Uiu il1ifl E.U:
company .,
WAS TAKEN AT valuable reaiedy.y
. : ACTION diately of its intention to take ImDe-1 ...t cp-T' He DrJ LI! em. t.e x,_

:\ MEETING OF 'THE COUNCIL the plant at whatever price &..1.355. oc&ags
t agreed upon by any'three outside par _______
HELD LAST NIGHT MANY ties. Under th$ charter a year's noI ----- -,' \ -
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; tice 1$ necessary, 'but the company was ----- -- ,.
OTHER MATTERS OF INTER- wiling to waive this right provided :

7/I EST WERE TRANSACTED INCLUDING the city would live up to the report '
\ of the arbitrators. ; r

J THE' EMPLOYMENTOF Alderman D'iAlemberte objected to __
% cts 1eriUyAc1 ; the action on the ground that the city
J. N. HAZLEHURST'AS RESIDENT should first know what condition the
\1 //Vets plea.sa"tly, ENGINEER. pumping: station p:pes, sewers etc. OVER 4,000,000 BOTTLES OF
\ 1 were in before agreeing to submitto

1.S :c) arbitration. He argued that it Dr. Bell's
1.t / Acts Berve PineTarHoneyWere
would be
ficiaJly; A very important and lengthy ses- best to have some one makea

.1, I sion of the City Counc.l was ne'd last complete investigaton of the prop sold dortac tie year 1904 oa .. ABSOLUTE! GCAKAVTEE. The strongest evidence of the
cts tr11yas a Lxaive.. night. In fact,there, was so much business erty and then submit an estimate to merits eta proprietary medicine is the opia.on of the consumer. Here is the record:
before the body that all of il the council as to its worth. He did Ortr TV Mltlh Bottles la 1902. Orer Three! Mlilio Battles U HAL Over
.. f aor ffUUloa Bonks la 184. This evidences the of the
nI' 7 i'i S / Syrup of Figs, appeals to the cultured and the could not be handled, and It became not oppose the purchase of the plant consumer regarding1 the merits of Dr. 8c11s opinion Pias.Tar.Ceicy. .
leave some of it untouched but .believed in first finding out what best cough medicine on the market
:1 necessary to
: / ,'Jj 1 well-informed and to ,the healthy, because its until 'later adjourned meeting, the c:ty was to get for its money. He ,

1-I.I.I. ,'(-t\ I component parts are simple and wholesome wh'ch will a be held some time ths moved that the matter be laid over I'IiI''il-Look'. fcr the Bell on the Bottle." .! II|| _ ,

, 4'J and because it acts without disturbing the week.When the council convened until Friday night, but this motion 2k.. ISo sad$IOO Bottle. __

3 /'.-. '* natural functions, as it is wholly free from there were presented Mayor Bliss. Al- was lost. t i'oals8y the E. B.SUTMEEUSD MEDICKE! co.. Pateak, Ky.5S5K _

I .'. objectionable quality or substance. In dermen Cahn, Christie, D'Alember.e. Alderman Muldon then moved to
every '
adopt the recommendation of the trustees -
:Muldon HE'Ilj: Watson
Maura McHugh.
\ 91f the of manufacturing figs are used as ,
1SI f : process Wright and Yonge and also and notify the company at one
I ') they are pleasant to the_taste, but the medicinal Bond Trustees Green and lIyer. wiiica was carried by a vote of 9 to 1. !-

.' ( 'bj .. \ virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from Alter the reading of the minutes The Drainage Plans. '
1- ., ') ( I an excellent combination of plants known to the'ports of the Board of Bond Trustees Chairman Green taen subm tted the No. 5103.C. .

) cI I be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially. were heard through Ks char- revised plans of T. Chaukly Hatton. --
II man. Mr. Green. The hearing and discuss the consulting engineer of the city, .W.UMAR. President. JOHN PFEIFFER. AIIIt."t Cashlsr. .
beneficial effects
!1 i4 To get its -buy on of these reports consumed upon the sewerage and drainage of the M.L CLARK Viee-Pretldent and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS Assistant Cuhler.

!)o :: '-p 7 the genuine-manufactured by the most of the even.n'g session. city. These plans showed that the '

Resident En ineel'. cost of the surface draina'ge had been
The :=
Chairman Green announced that the decreased!! to the sum of $100.000 THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

.1n board recommended the selection of while the sewerage had been ,
ncreased to $150,000 thus giving the Of PtNSHCOL. FLA.
: J. N. Hazelhunt of Mcttlle, as resident '
*&ll91tth SYRvPo1i city totatl of about
a forty-one miles
,)1. eng.neer at a salary of 4.000 per of *.. ,age. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
year, and'asked that the selection of
p.La the board be ratified by the council The Comptroller's Report. CAPITAL STOCK. $200,000. SURPLUS, $69,000.
and that a contract be entered nto. The comptroller's: report in printed

>LaI. /tewYorltZty Air. Green explained in this connec- form was submitted as follows: DIRECTORS.

tion that owing to the fact that the Pensacola! *Fla .Fe ,.is. 1908.
51 : For sale fcy an leading Druggists,in original packages only,tearing the fun board had been busy during To the Eon. ?Mayor, and CJuuc City of Henry L. Covington, frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner,
of tao very Pcnsocot. J. M- Pfeiffer, W. S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar,
name Company.
YA t < _i/ the past few days and especially during Gentlemen B.;lnw nletse find statement of Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin. J. R. Saunders,
weee'pt' in 1 dIsbursement. for the month f
11 that It had been un- <
i the afternoon
Jnu: .ry, I Oft with a det'il Btatemeitof the A. MAvery, W. H.MIlton 0. E. Maura
'& able to prtipare a written report or expenses: for thtmoith; also a c"mpraLivestatement I W. L. CaMthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzle: Oertlng,
1:1; __ make written recommendatons.Here : of the floating tebton January :SI, Alex McGowin, C. M. Covington, M. C. Clark.
IWL sal December 81 1J5:
rs. considerable discussion en-
formal me that 1C was not necessary Cash in treigory, D e. SI,
.lIon J. E. LONG ENJOINS for the resolution to be signed. sued. Alderman Muldon took the pos- mo ...... ....... .._.. J19.63H2 Accounts of Banks, Individuals' ,Corporations and Firms Sollolted.
ition that It.would. setting a very Receipts .r.nuar1.1905:
On Feb. 17th I asked the City Attorney bad precedent for the council to consider From licenses..............$ 51304 Four percent Interest Paid on Time* Deposits.
for his opinion as to whether the without From taxes.................. 10,77761 *
ill) Council has < to Interfere with such important masters P'rom! fines and pound fees. 1.382 25 1
: BOARD OF WORKSFrom powsr written: reports and he further stated From back taxes..._.... 3,17 ti
:Ity.. the management of the employees ol that he believed If action was taken Miscellaneous............. 880 1IQ-$11i,2172
the Board of Pubic Works and
IV.I. whether it had power to enforce the upon a verbaI'report thai It would he Making......._..........._ J65.848W I

T Removing Him From His Position as Street Superintendent, my resolution opinion above that the referred Council to.had It powei was bond IllegaL trustees He was but willing this was to support the beginning the. The Interest follows disbursements on bo'ftdaddebt.were as.. r400 WHAT DO YOU DO WITH!

ha to impeach and had power to Instructth of the expenditure of hundreds of Accounts pal able .......... 1ISi02G-1i.51126
so According to the Instructions Recently thousands of dollars and was an important --
Board by ordinance but I was of
matter. Her therefore asked BSlance cash in treasury. I54.4 38

,'d. Issued by the Council. power the opinion of tb that! Board it'was to not enter within Into the the that the matter lay over until the next I EXPENSeS: JANUARY.1V06. YOUR SALARY ?

at minute details of its--workings-' interfere meeting. e.- r ept of Public s..fety-
.va Alderman Maura,objected to taking Police Protection ,
with, the employment or dis- Salaries of marshal,deputy
J. charg3 of employees., was furtherof action upon the ground that he had and police........... ....$ 1,56860Htattoo
heck FAP8WERE SERVED UPON THE his office as street superintendent of tha opinion that If an employee was heard of charges having been made boiue expenses__ 1M U) May we suggest that it will be a good
..... ...... 144U5ee
, the City of Pensacola and from in any Illegally, removed that his recourse for against Mr. Hazlehurst In Mobile ratrlexpenuea hug prisoners .......... 11007 idea to place a part of it regularly with the
MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE manner IntTfeIingWJth!! tha enjoy. nstatement: would be to the courts, where he had been,,emp'oyed In connection Block pound eX1 cnae...... .t 59
mca- ment by him of the- emoluments of and not to:thi Council which is purely with some t paving work,and Stationery! incidentals 8815-S 2,08006 First National at four per cent interest?

BOARD YESTERDAY AFTRNCON the aid ofEco. a legislative body, except In casesof he desired that the, trustees .investigate Fir Protection:

JUST BEFORE THE SPECIAL "Thus done'and ordered this 28th impeachment. these charges before, taking iur- Salaries of...chief.... .and..emi .,-.$ 1.244M ACCOU'NTand
day of Fsmruary, 1906 in the absenceof i plorees OPENS A' SAVINGS
Yesterday the City Attorney handed ther action. Teiegra. >h alarm :.:: .::. 27 60Apparatudand ONE DOLLAR
la. MEETING. the judge of the sala? court from me the following opinion: Alderman McHugh ,said that he machinery. 4550

I the county. City Attorney's Opinion. thought these charges 'emanated from Kent houses of truck..... ..and.... .engine....... 6700
Ia. "CHAS., M, COSTON "Pensacola. Fla.. Feb. 27, 1906. the, fact that in 'placing the pavingor Hydra.tr _.... ._.-.__ 8'211156 we pay four per cent interest. If not
"Court Commissloner"During "Hon. Chas. II._ Bliss, Mayor, City of cement one of the contractors nari Incidental -UpeDieS....... 224 W-$ %,('16 30
:A new method for holding city I I convenient to call an account
a the can
I la, forenoon end just after Pensacola. -, ,.. not fulfilled his contract and the dit- Charities:' you open
Job was adopted je terday afternoon, th.,. meeting of the board had been "Dear S:r-Complying with your ference between thework he had done Hryp 3dciMi........... SOW by mail. You can send mcney orders up to
"wten J B. Long, street superintend called. Mayor Bliss directed the following !- 17th inst to j O3pi,al XL.eiueS.-_.... 31 25 .
3 nt of the city secured an injunction letter to th, street Viperin- advise written rsqusst relative of to the resolution, and received pay' for was about -*10- .h..'Ninf'8' .... ...........- 2700 $2.50 for only three cents.
you 000. I Car; and trans-of V.IH22 lIS
d:rected to the 0 paupers
mayor ara: members tend Jlt: '
adopted by the City Council directing
explained that
Chairman Green then
el he Board of Public Works pre Total Dept. Public Safety $ 4.733 C8
of Public Works to reinstate -
Renting the latter The Mayor's Letter. tb he had heard of air of these charges
from carrying out I C. H. Ging'e' 813 {Street Superintendent and others n addition, but that so far Dogs Public Works!
the Instructions: of the council and re- Feb. 28th 1906.
I have to : 1 B'reeta, erodingsetc....$ 3,23758!
Jiioving him from they Were groundless and probably .... .... \Ml 00
office. The Injunction 'Mr. John EL Long Street Superintendent the of Btreeta: cl nine
"That the Chart of City differences. He said ...... ..... tIleS
a. Issued due to political Street .Ughti 'g
Court Commlssion"ofctx ,
wag by Peasacola Fla.
Iy p,' ( >a late yesterday afternoon Dear Sir-At a, recent. meeting of Pensacola Chapter, as 5089 the Laws same of was Florida amendedby of Mr. Hazlehurst had the best of recom-,' Hewers jig.'..cleaain....... <.and... .flush-_..... 3000 FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF

P. I1nd w a*; served upon the members of the City Council the following resolution authorizes the Counc! to controlthe mendat.ons and stood high as an engi- Garbage removal and dLti -
1901. that he had been _. ., 25000i
and aUo 3i0&L------------ --
)n the
board just prior to ) meet- Keerneer,
a special unanimously
wa$ passed : Board of Public Works to the extent i ubli buildings, rtfiairsrnJ ;
,m T.IR, which had been called to consider "Whereas by resolution of ths in the manner which It has un- recommended by Mr...Hatton, the con exp,'nes- .... .,...... 8557 PENSACOLA. FLA.
e the matter, The October sulting engineer. Incidental expenses.: ...... :27&! )
temporary Injuac- Board of {Public_Works passed: -...ftertaken to do by the adoption of the
:!8be ton: of course ''PUt a stop to any action 16th. 1905 the'office of Street Superintendent resolution directing the reinstatementof THeoie to adopt the recommendation Totil Dcpt,Public Works. $ U'l51: W B. Kxmn.w Prr*. W;K. BY-IR.JR.,V..Pres. and CaV. l r.
trustees'was carried a T. W. B IST
cf the by
this of
nature. of gaitf? City thsn hed! by Mr. Gingles. D,?pt.Gener.l Expenses: O. Braat W. A. Htount.V.. H: Knowle. W, K. flyer, Jr,.
declared anJ vote of 9 to 2. A dermen Maura and ....... 84953 D. U. Brent.
The Injunction.I I C .H. Gingles was vacant "In cons-dering: the matter you ",mcbseI'Y Saint es of officers
.' ""Whereas such action hy the Boardof of Muldon vot ng In the negative. Legal exjfnsea.....' ..... 4tla0:
[ In Dscambia County Circuit Court, r th, fact that section 69 Waterworks. Incidoi alt .... ............ I'M,0*>
alD. State of FloridaIn Public Works has been declared 11 the Charter as the same amended by To Buy bondelpenats.-- 000 _,_ _,,_N'W ( -a, I
Chaacerj. ij. H. Complainant legal and void by the City Attorney, said Chapter 5089, adds; to the sect'onBS Chairman Green then announced -U--
Long -
Resolved that th9 the council had made no prov- Total Dept, Gen expenses U na 12 _._ -- -
vs C. H Bliss E. A. Zelius and Therefore Be It : It was in the Charter!! originally that -- -
<* II Gingles. defendants."Upon Board of Public Works be directed to th5 following' : slon for the purchase of the water- balanea Dept.ot nscto Health: ........ 24000 1'.s.WKLLESVrcsPasinsixvL.
l) rea.ding the bill of complaln- remove the' present Incumbent of the "The City Council shall have the works system or for the construct on nalnry clerk ." *..... .... HO: HILTON OREKNK. ".UJPut. MANSFIELD MORENO.Ai*'Oas sCI" I
and of The tru3tees there.ore health officer....... 60<>0Mationery M.BCSHNELL.! CA811E'
m. ant In the above entitled cause and office of Stret Superlntaadent right to name and designate all a plant. salary; ': ....__ 1 15)
tlf'! accompanying affiaavit'It permit C. II. Gingles !immediately,': streets alleys and avenues :which recommended that the c ty procei to Relief committee ...... 79!)13 Citizens National Bank,
control and: perform the duties otherwise the present p ant, tak ng the :
i II ordered that the defendants assume shall be paved or Improv? acquire : TosdDcpt.itliealth51,20013 ncrids.OeaW .
from which he was by law. He stated refui ad...........t. $ 2500NeiwfirehosH GtPensico'a.
office :
provided tines
of and.
said designate vrescrbe> any steps
11 Bliss C. H, Turner and E. A. I and to .. .
"* 250- ........ .... t 1,1 JiO' DJ.rootor.
Aalius be, and they are, hereby en- Illegally removE' I other work or improvement which that the company would sell for ? New fire hose.....--_........, 11)000 Morris dear. T. K. Wall [
etra.- wined and restrained until the fur 'The said ,resolution was not signed I said Board shall undertake and to 000, but the trustees thought this! Wrlttt Elz,M. Robinson.A '. L.miles QrMtt. :

hej order from the cdurt from remov- and I ask< d the City 'Attorney what 'prescribe and regulate by ordinanceor amount too larg and would therefore Total expenses STATKMB8TOrriX J n..1906 112; DEBT 4 24OOMPAHAT.V .E'lIR'.S8NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

Ing the cunplamant, J. E. Long from l legal bearing it would have'and he InLt I I otherwise all acts and doings of recommend arb.tratlon ,and that the Item Jan,'1, 19'CS D jc.81,W 6 :
said Board. Interest on bonder debt_..$ 844,SJ 6 8 SO ----
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('Joat -- "Yours very truly tenacola pa able?6te5CO..- .;-.... 2w.1I1 0JUOO; J.IIIJBills O.AJOOO .t..1......+............4..............,

I .... (Signed) "JNO B. hONES IAYROVEFATAL ACCOv..td payable.... Jt.470;. aX 70 ... .. President E. W. MENEFEE. Casaler. .
if :,'--. :I "City Attorn-, ."-. : .I. s. REESE
y vI
:er Vice-President
hi .
Tota''.. .. ... $14,007 21 817,37405AUfwktchieres.ieetfn'l
In view of the fore olnJ facts it becomes ** alb'llitted ,
to my duty to bring this matter PEOPLE OW -'lOUOttN.. I THE LEpt :BANK OF PENSACOLA./ f
,. the Board of Public WHEN WILL PENSACOLA Cum pt roller.
::1alof Lt Painless Cure Curable Pain cmc Works ally for their actIon' and I have orderej LEARN THE IMPORTANCE I No Salaries for Trustees. 't nrett0r -A.- D'Alemberte, J.T. A.Reese Jennrnga W.. J.DeC J. Hooton.Kessler., R. M. Gary, J

of the Board W.
a special meeting OF IT? If the ordinance as It now stands BANKING BUSINESS.
(>* Public Works to be convened to- passes. the council the members of 'TRANSACTS A GENERAL RESPECTFULL1 SOUCITE'D :'
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women'spains day at five t5) o'clock for the pirposeof -. the Board of Bond Trustees will re t ....... ....YOUR.....ACCOUNT.................a..o......409..
of acting upon thIs' matter and I notify a simple thing at : salaries for their labor.: The ..
are curable. They are the sign dangerous I Backache Is only ceve no
to, I you in order that you mav b& present "' ordinance providing for an appropriation : -
,: conditions of the female organs,' which should be .at the meeting of the Board: and .first But: when you know 'Us the kii- ,of $10.000 for the expenses of the

m promptly attended to or dangerous results ll follow. be heard If you so desire in., the mat : !I.ya: board and also! providing for salaries a *c.ry. ,.... A. -.:=>> dfcOOaWholess.1 /_""*1a.s.y',. .
ter. I and $400 for '...cL.JL .JL
That serious kidney troubles follow of $300 for _each' member I Pre.. -- ,
Yours respectfully, annually, came up on' and RcUtl D* ief IB
the 'chairman
CHA H., BLIS3. : Bright' disease maybe Its second readng. AMerman Mul( (
That JIabetes.
Mayor. the fatal end. don spoke against allowing any salaries t .DorncsiiQOAL'and

1d.V t tIT Other Matters will profit by. the fo'low- to the members and showed that .
You gladly
; street. Telephone 93.
Wflie ffrdUl The board after passing on the. ing experience.'Tis during the life of the bonds that $Z0-I Office-No. 45 South
14"'t< r. took up rQut'ne ljusi for salaries Tarragona and Gonzalez rt'eeta. Phones C and 372

ness. 'The bid for month the feed of awarded stock. citizen: :the! ,statement of a Pensacola 000 alone.would He be was expended sat'sfied that the mem.bers -;S Yard corner-, -I __ ___1
the coming was
during to act for notung -
Anthony Collins of 420 East Intel would be yII1D' --
Currie & Co.. thy -
| to Marlon quoting
'lDHI white clipped oats at 43 c;nta per dsncla street, says: "Mrs. Collins as were councilmen. of He,the movedto ordinance sale ot dangerous to;;or flreworki 1 the extermination of mosquitoes,were ;

RELIEF bushel) and choice Timothy Day at read 'an advertisement'about- Doan's'Kldney strike out that portion firecrackers over three Inches inienlgth both placed back upon'the second read
COMES TO WOMAN'Swhenever $16% per ton. I Ii P.Hs; and procured box at which was carried and It was or nam'ng the fire_ limits of the lag referred to the ord.nance and engrossing

and weakening pains. i A resolution was passed that, hereafter !.Sidney Kahn's drug store,' corner referred to the ordinance and engrossing ; committee and upon the report
of'woman'sbiUng city.
she suffers from any Palafox streets. She suffered committee. the committee passed.:
all men discharged In th department Romana and I changing the name ofCushman's of latter
i. It not only compels the pains to stop. but It follows up and drives out should be at tha hands of at times from aching In her New Ordinances.The The ordinance alley DeLuna.street..and The sidewalk ordnance was read

the cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back. the board after tral: end not by the !loins anl across her back after working follow'ns new ordinances were for the paring' thereof by for the second time and referred to
suprr'ntendent.! hard in the house. She used !less Introduced and referred to the' ordi-. providing read the second time the ordinance and engrossing commit
It well it. was
makes Try the owners
,ay, you Another resolution passed was that than one box of Doan's Kidney Pills nance committee:' I' referred to the ordinance. and en-
Sold everywhere In $1.00 bottles. all employees of the depsrtm-'nt' and they did b/r much good. I have To change the name of Twelfth and committee.: .. tee.Here the council adjourned. owingto
should understand 'that tbev are 'em- heard thse pills spoken of h:ghly by street to Park avenue; to prohibit the grossing ordinance controlling the- n'e the lateness of the hour,
WRITE US A LETTER WITHOUT A PAIN," p'oyed: only by the month and not by different, people who have tried them of condensed m'lk and proridlng f r I
of PoplarBluff their services can I and all consider them a remedy which the tin out of a burn heala
PoPo freely and frankly,in strictest confidence writes Mary Shelton, the year, and that Its being lalrled was read ths second To draw
housework time : up'to the representations made A Safe Medicine for Children. leaving a scar. or to1cure
: telling us all symptoms and ,Mo., .1 I c..n do my be dispense! with at any acts. i time and took the-aame-vonru; cut
your cine for chlldrsra -
P"st. troubles. We will send free aJvice1tboUCh, before taking CARDUI!, two for hem. ', In buying a cough Ordinances Pa 4ed. boils sores tetter, eczema and al!
(in plain sealed envelope), how to doctors had done me no good. I can I Prominent' T-xan Dead For sal by al dealers. PrIce! 50 never be afraid to buy Chamber- The ord'nance' providing for the re skin and scalp diseases, use DeWltt'a

wo them. Address: Ladies'Advisory truthfully say I was cured by Cardul Da'las. Texas. Feb. 28.-Afred H. cents. Foster-Mrburn Co., ,Buffalo.! Iain's Cough Remedy. There Is no porting of deaths and'who shall do-so, Witch Hazel Salve. ,A ,specific for
01 Dept,Th Chattanooga Medicine Co.. I want ev< ,. Chattanooga, Tenn. this wonderful mediane." died this afternoon He was 32 yearsof States. i sure to,follow. 'It Is especially raroable was ordtnsncesproYlded for the reporting causes such speedy relief. Ask 'for -

nt.II. -4 I age and was a son of the A.H._Belo Remember the name.-Doan'a-and 11'I' for. colds' croup all drufglsts.and whooping. The of cases'of yellow: fever and, W1tt't-the! DU1U.T -. -
Ir---i Sr., of the Dallas-Galveston Hews. take no other. cough Fbr sale by


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PEOPLE and EVENTS $ I I evening there came 'to my registry office
in'heal ing it is the best
II door a ,gentle, unobtrusive _knock. a Sore'or. tflcuisslow.' evidence of a '
I For Wlien'iny: Assistant answered the knock asp.d condition i of the Wood and a disordered system. They show that thbodily ,"

t I Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and I I and ushered Jn therefore.a poor bedraggled I was not lookIng sur- nature,impurities are being, retained which.should in the pass'system off through from some the cause.natural The channels blood ab.sorbing t.

I I THE LENTEN creature the wastemattersbeCOmeS. steeped in poison which finds anSee'perinto'thesurroundingfledi OuUtt

: prised.. the Sore otr Ulcer, keeping It
& Tarry g Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. I''I But I certainly was astonished! when through As I han not words .tron2' eno
< : 1 woman.asked Inflamed, painful and f tenng. praise your treat medicine. I Uh t.
_ looking
I IBy the broken down
the blood constantlydischarges. Its sore on my lett temple for YUra 141'
situation for her as general would itch burn
obtain a and bleed
Season I' me to. eat an5poison I
into these I aces, they to
C. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. gC3 servant.Have ., 'p and Dot whIle'8t it it benn heal.to diaeharge Alter t&klD, an4 stol1ld: .

a t\n.c icsvrc\n3C avr av u :. i ''' : you any references I que- tissues growing .larger and more this the poisonous was about matter ten years was ago eut and it!lei IiI!ed.Il

ried. offensive in spite of all the sufferer never seen any den oUt imce. *T.
"No; ma'am. I am sorry to say. I Gnat,*: o. JOSEPHTJS EEra.
can do. until the entire health is )

MRS. PEPiER'S DINNER The Journal's DaIlY Fas/iionFeatWre Smoked 'Sa'mon. Smoked Hal-' have not" and whatIsyonuamer affected. Washes, salves, powders: and such treatment are desirable for fc.

FOR CARNIVAL GUESTS.Mr. \ Ibut,Smoked Bloaters, Smoked i. Vbere do you come from. reason that they,are'cleansing; and also help to relieve the pain, but theya
Herring, Cod Fish (fancy), Old I.
in curative. The blood
no is
and :Mrs. B. R. Pepper entertained way filled
very handsomely at dinner Style Cod F'sh, SaVdlnelles> ''I "I l have just come out of-jail. My and until' it:is removed the sore \ntk

for of friends here Pickled Roll Herrings, Tongues, name Is Grace Campion* S. S. is the cannot
Tuesday a party I S.'S- .5. only cure for these
she e\
and 'Sounds. Marinirte Herring. "Alwut five years apo. '
lor the carnh.al.The of blood. It
Anchovies Mackerel.ROSENAU&GERELDS.> II took Ii situation as general servant-In impure goes down to the
honor guests were. Mr. and A I of the trouble and cleanses the
-I I I the household of the postmaster of -
Mrs. P. T. Gray of Montgomery, Ala.; i
impurities S.
Miss Emma Mahone, Miss Elma ', The family: consisted ,of my employer PURELY VEGETABLE.ofall poisonsand S. S. enriches
I the blood and reinvigorates the
Parka, Mrs. Claude llamniel. and Miss his wife, !son and two daughters. different members -
--I I of the body so that the impurities and waste matters
Lena Reddock, of Luv0m?; and Miss. | "The postmaster was very fond. of can pass off a*
Hazlet of Talladega. j company and every evening at 6 nature intended. : Thenthe, discharge ceases,. the sore scabs over new flesh

All left last night for home except j o'clock he"-went out for a brisk walk, is formed and the place heals permanently. ok on Sores and Ulcers and.

:Mies Mahon who will make an extended The Fancy Grocers, which generally ended at a certain any medical-advice you: need without charge
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visit to her sister Mrs.

per. Pep- L iyct'D; I Phone,391. Penaacola._ 1 turned noted Buburbnn in time to hotel.get off He the heavy always post re- THESW1FTSPECIFIC CO., ATtAHTA CA.

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I! : and then went out again; to the Golden
MISS WHITE ENTERTAINS: .-- Ball: hotel adjacent, for the remainderof : .....................................................

CARNIVAL GUESTS. -- the evening."Whenthere. : :

Miss Annie B. White the charmlas Buffet and was a crush In .the post-' .

young daughter of Mr. J. George"White. iC i\; \ office I was called In to help. and. be- 1 Let's Get IC:

ST.. entertained a party of vis !Restaurant In? trustworthy the money drawers 2 2C

Tuesday.lUng friends very pleasantly all da/ ( I I were Stanley always Gore open! my to employer's Jne.I son, began I i 1'-; :: !

First mad to is the only place of Its < S n
they a trip Ft. Bar
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his father's sadly
to follow footsteps .
rancas where they enpoyed: Inspect Und in Penaacola.' in factit moderately : : ;
too soon. His father kept f Together I
tog Its offensive and defensive features is .
: not to mention its gallant defen. well 'supplied with pockot woney

\. ders. A Pride.to but Ptlll Stanley often used to borrow afew .

_ -I.'. Returning to the ('ity1155 Wiht / pounds. from me on one pretense or \\e"vo got tha Mattings. Druggets and Rugs; you've got .

_ entertained her guests at an elaborate .: i another, 4 the floors. Guess if we should talk it oveer a little :
fight course dinner handsomely Pensacola.Larger. "He generally paid me T>ack again "* together y oud find :
_ served. The table was beautifully '41'' with great promptitude. Whether he i 4
_ decorated with pink carnations. : .,' cities cannot meant anything or not. he was: very

,Aftr dinner the party witpessedthe boast of a better equipped handy with his compliments' and from You Ought to Have Some Mattings
Maral 3
: Gras parade and wound uji : ; : \ i. place. The service Is the these we got to kisses.
the day's fest'ivities: at the coronationball ; "
best that can ba had "Stanley one day spoke to me on the .
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/L\.j.\\1: : :, of : other floor covering. mighty meat 10 :
'MLa White's out of town guests I,1 .: subject marrla After some delay or Something
\ Nick rents a yard or more unjJer- the regular!: carpet 1 store .
were Major Thomas ,V. Pagler, wife Apostle Propt'rThose I accepted him. His father, when
and two daughters and :\Ir. and Mrs. -I be heard of'the engagement, while he : 'Price. Sounds interesting doesn't It? Sounds like more? :

1W11 Fealherl tone: all of Greenville, '. -- -- -- received the announcement coldly : Well. we will make any: subject in the floor covering !in'
Ala Wonderfully interesting! to you if well just "got together{ f
:', who attended were well repaidfor raised no barrier.
The visitors all kit: on the noon ,.--/,1; the trouble of going. "Just about this time a curious thing: i'

train yesterday for their homes in j\ Mr. and Mrs. C. I... Wilson. spent took place in the postofflce. There

:Alabama. :,y p Sunday in BJountstown._ was something wrong with the cash. I MARSTON & QUINA, I Ii
F Miss Cussins. of Richmond. Va.. A test letter containing marked coins;
bsn visiting her sister Mrs. had been sent by It departmental detective : 108x110 S. Palafox Si.. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. '
FOR THE EXCELSIORS. / \T. A. Maxwell; for the last few weeks :
and it had not arrived at Its i

Mrs. R3J'monaYatters pleasantly is It iu Is Pensacola understook.visiting that the reJations new Carter. destination, Indeed It bad never passed ............................. ........... .......:
entertained the Excelsior Flinch Club ,
building will be lighten' throughoutwith through our office, although the reception 1 .- -- -
last evening. '.- ." electricity' when compJet We of If bad been traced to the handsof
Every of the sixteen members '
one !;
t : C wonder if this man has Stanley' Gore.
one getUp
<', more
were pr =?nt and the visitors were S.Q THE POT
and hustle In him than the whole "I overheard tie detective" declare ,
the mother an.T: sister of the hostess
fiom Birmingham and Miss Annie E. r : ; bunch, who-pass as a "City Council that be bid a search warrant and that Brush In the 1)aste-e\"er"thfn handy for instant sticking: In

.-. White. A delightful] !' luncheon was he should forthwith proceed to put it offices libraries everywhere that neat, quick pasting is to be
$ daintily served after the flinch.! ., :v ,, ... I A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election Into execution. I almost flew upstairsto done,_ *

The next meeting will b with Mrs. to Chamberlain's: Cough his. I'GOlD. and, In.less time than It j WATER.WELL PASTE IS IDEAL.

J. C. Pb1ey.F I' Remedy. takes to tell I found-convincing proofsof Only io cents. Large sizes more. fcc&E3
"I can heartily and cotl8cientlou"sl1I'commend
-4- A NEW CUT IN APRONS.Every his guilt With the Intention of destroying I .

: PALAFOX M. CHURCH housekeeper! should posses a bust, and to'tne1,sides of this are Remedy for affections Chamberlain's of the Cough throat the telltale letters I was rush- JBoc> 1XXtO.

MISSIONARY MEETING.The goodly supply of aprons, and especially stitched the shoulder] straps, which Ing down into the kitchen .
and lungs, says--Hon. John Shsnlck, with themIn ..o_ 235. 213 South P f f 01( Street, Pansae.'a.
J those gingham or cambric ones continue down the back and, fastento hands when who -
Home Missionary! Society often I 220 So. Peoria St, Chicago. "Two my meet me
which covsr the skirt entirely and .the buttoned waistbam1?, and in the
M. E-. church meets in the Palafox years ago 'luring a political! campaign on his way'to Stanley's room but thedetective. --5
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i church this afternoon at 3:0.: I caught cold aftsr being overheated, .
i tection in the way of a bib. The illustration side of the front panel. A crosswise:,I I
-4- which irritated my throat and J. 'Was The officer recognized! the test letter
shows'the apron skirt In strap in the. back holds the shoulder i I
I REV. AND 7VIRS. SENTERFITS continues'I In them from finally compelled stop, as -could at a'"glance-and by a'quick movementon Again Under theLEWIS
full length. Th, front panel straps plac?. keeping ;1 '
not loud! 'In
CARNIVAL HOUSE speak extremity a
PARTY. my his part snatched it from m-e, Before
above the waisline to well over the falling off the shoulders.
; Mr. and Mrs. E. V. McCaskell of I I I I friend> ed vised 'SUe' to use Chamber-: ,I could recover from my surprise HOUSE Management of
Nora, Fla., who have been carnival --- ''Iain's Cough Remedy. I took two
he bad
:!' that afternoon could my arms pinioned In such away Mrs. Helen Lewis
and not
guests of thir daughter aiv:' son-iu- coses
Richmond Centerfit of Fla. Mr.
law RAW and Mrs. (IJ''. W. Snterfit of Holt ; 'believe my senses when I found the that I was entirely in his power.

; 7:8 North E'ghth'! avenue, left Wednesday Neal Maggie McCaskell McCaskell of Century of, Milton and.brother Miss II p MARIA\N/\\ / II II'Specla' .' next morning the- incarnation had For Stanley's sake I went quietly New Re-Painted Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated
'I with him. .
t morning for home. I and sister of SIrs. Senterflt. largely subsided..JJ, took several doses When outside be called a
; After enjoying the Mardi Gras festivities -+- 1 I I that a'ay. ,kept right on talking through cab and In a few minutes afterwardI Especially Convenient for Transient Trade

the other members of Mr. and BAPTIST LADIES MEET I I I i iI I the campaign, and I thank this medicine found' myself in a' cell at the police ,OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT PENSACOLA FLORIDA.
\ Mrs. S2nterfit's house party left during] I that I won my seat In the Council. .office."Xext: .
to The Journal. .1
the day. They were Mr. and Mrs.-Me.f WITH MRS. CHIPLEY.The I' I ." This remedy is for sale by all morning, when the -
Craw and Miss!' Dorcas McGraw ofdilton. Home -Missionary Society' of I Marianna. Feb. 28.-Mrs. "W. H. i druggists. whose newspaper -
: }O'la.. sister and niece of Mr.the Baptist church will meet with I' M. phon, of St. Louis, Is the-guest of i I the reporters had picked up '
Senterfit, and his brother Mr. M. Mrs. W. D. Chipley this afternoon at her parents Mr. and Mrs.. I.. Wise-;, information at the police office the court the"agonized face of Stanley
_9 logeL gave fall particulars of the robberyand : Gore.' "
3:30.The -+- I Quite a number of the young men I!:II LAUREL HILL I arrest, public opinion was very "Soon afterward Stanley disappear.

'Wi Blue Domino ball given!! last, from here took in the carnival at1 much divided on the subject. Some I ed after giving formal notice of his Intention
night at the Progress Club was a delightful -' Pensacola, among whom were Loch I people believed I was guilty, and others and all
success and attracted an unusually Kelley Oas. A. Flnlayraon] Will H. Inclined to a contrary opinion. making arrangements
large number of maskers. Finlayson Jack Hatcher and T. \\'. '., "All doubts were, however set at to" go abroad. He has not been heardof

Heintz.A Special to The Journal. rest when I since
; pleaded guilty to stealing
Lenten Miss Leila Lewis of Bellevlew, Fla., new depot Is to built hereby the Laurel Hill. FeD 28.-Married: At the letter aad its contents. The other "His family ..will have nothing to do I

who was the carnival guest of Miss L. & N. in a few weeks. The groundis th!! home of ReV. \V. F. Martin on charges were then dropped. with me although I told his father

Desdamona Williams left jfesterday staked off now and timbers are Thursday morning ,Mr. C. C. Everageand "The Gore took privately the'real history of the rob-
no notice of
for home. on the siding. Miss Eva Fletcher. This wed- me. bery. He simply said I was lying and
Mr. Quart rman, '.of Quincy, was In ding was rather romantic. Miss Fletcher fully believing I was the base'womanI that Stanley had left home through being -
iMls.3 Bessie Williams daughter of had pleaded guilty to being. The day
town Saturday and Sunday. On Sun was attending the Andalusia disappointed in not obtaining the
Mr. and Mrs. t:. E. Williams, who came day he preached one of hose "Old High School and Wednesday night I was senteuced. however Just as the band, of a certain manufacturer's
home for the carnivalleft, yesterdayfor time religion" sermons at the. Presby. spent the evening with a schoolmate warden In charge was asking me to
daughter who
I SpecialtiesWe Bellsview, Fla.. where she is terian church. where Mr. Everage was a caller. They step down from the dock. I looked near fried, of his.had In fact married a

teaching school. tTh Miss Ernestine Smith of Pensaoola then decided to enter life's voyage to- round and saw amons, the crowd in "N w : "
U in the city the guest of Miss Susie gether. They engaged: a team and then, after hearing'my story

r Misses Martin and Mr. Porter Udtfon.Mrs. drove through the country arriving will yon, try to obtain a situation for t BRUSHES THAT WEAR

Martin of Greenville Ala., and Miss W. A. :Maxwell entertained Fii-- here at 2 a. m., when they were mar D.r-. ,
have Bessie Ric of Century who were carnival day night in honor of her sister Miss riE' '. Mr. Evera.ge is a prominent mer A NECESSARY'EVIL' "Yes, I will 'for. somehow or other not tear the hair-brushes thai I'n
a speciallyselected guests of-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cussins of Richmond, Va. chant In Andalusia. Experience of a Minister Who Tried 8he conviction forces itself on me that strong and serviceable shapely an*

_ goods: for stock Lent of Some choice of I J. Rice l left yesterday for home. I Mr. and :Mrs.: Jas.. W. Russ went to The J. Oleser, Co-, of Cincinnati, To Think That of Coffee you are,telling me the truth." > beautiful withal-take up quite a <>!'!
New attend the "A, descendant of the Danes, a nation drawer room
Orleans ta Mardi route of our showcase and
them I Ohio, bare a representative en One day a retired farmer who
: ,want '
The Married Ladles Tuesday Gras Carnival Saturday night. here for the purpose of clearing their of coffee drinkers I used coffee ed a Many forms and sizes ("Military *'
Euchr. postponed its regular meeting freely till I 20 old," writesa housekeeper owing to the death of hl: \>
The Epworth League met Sunday 40-acre() tract on which they will put was years his s'ngle), many prices. And not
t this week on account of the carnival afternoon at the Methodist church. out the Elberta peach trees. clergyman. from Iowa. "At that wife agreed to take Grace at a brushes only-tooth brushes, nat!!

t SALT FISH ROE, but wtll meet next Tuesday with Mrs. Kathlyn 'Martin is the name ofa, time I was a student at a Biblical Institute small wage. My common sense told ; brushes, flesh brushes, too. Brush uf
Max Bear.Miss --- ---- me .that a woman who
SALT MACKERAL, little stranger who arrived at the and suddenly became aware could sacrifice i i on brushes.
-+- home of Mr. and .Mrs. J. Mallie Martinon If the fact that my nerves had become so much on the altar of. love must be a :

SALT POMPANO Mollie Walker and sisters CARNIVALIS Thursday morning. demoralized my brain dull and slugisb. good and trustworthy 'sort of person. i HOOTON'S PHARMACY,

:Miss France and Miss Winnie who Dr. J. Newton Craig. Frank Rich- and, that insomnia was, fastening I was not deceived., ',
POTOMAC ROE HERRING, have been the guests of their sister its The Birthplace Prompt Delivery
Mr. and Mrs. Don me. There
bourg, Dan Campbell. was a: great surprise in store
I Mrs. C_ S. Mann during the carnival, Allsn' Fountain and Mr. and ,Mrs. S. I-was loath to believe that thesethings one day when bout two I Phone 1100.
KIPPERED HERRING ;years after |
;have returned to their beautiful home .
l : at Caswell, Ala. OVER G. French, Jr., were among. the many came from the coffee I was Grace had become> housekeeper, she Invrted -.':_- -. ,
j SMOKED SPRATS, I visitors from here to Mardi Gras In drinking, but at last was forced to
me to her marriage with
I -+- her era- j
that ,
Pensacola this week. conclusion and quit It
CANNED SALMON. Mrs. John Arthur Sirmon and Mrs. Tax Collector "I ployer. The couple were very happy ,
Tax Assessor Gillls and was so accustomed to a hot table -
i William T. Ray of Greenville, Ala. Turn spent Wednesday and beverage and felt the need of It-so togetherand many a day have I spent '

CANNED LOBSTER, :I' and Mrs. Daniel Henderson and children :: but there yet remainsone Thursday her?- with the taxpayers.Mr. .' much, that after abstaining from coffee In the country since at their joint Invl- 1 I

CANNED SHRIMP. of Milton, who were carnival great, big attrac-' 'Allen Jones has .*old his ,home for a time and recovering my tation. There's No
guests Mrs. A. A. Credille. have all
on Church treet to Jas. Clary and health, I went back at it. I did this Some' time afterward I, bad a Jetferfrom
CROMARTY BLOATERS I gone home. j tion, and that is 111remove'Jo: Milton/this month several times but always with disastrous Grace saying that she bad reeeiv-

I I Miss AUen Bagdad.' + Fla., who has J. H. Givens was over from Falco, results. had about made up ed a communication from.a'solicitor in

been visiting Mrs. W. W. Watson has Ala., Sunday. my mind that- coffee was a necessaryeriLT Canada who had obtained her name.

Send us your order l>y gone home. MEYER'SOdd and address from the postmaster to
_ phone or messenger and : SPECIAL MEETING OFLUTHERAN "About this time a friend told me say that Stanley Gore had willed the Indigestionwhere
it will be filled I CHURCHRev. that I would find Postum'Food Coffee
Mrs. A. D. Covington, one of Jack- sum of $25.OOO-to()( her for her sole use
V promptly as If you were : fonville's most attractive and hospitable v'ry'fine and In many respects away and that he had '
-1 on tho spot j-ourself. :i society hostesses, has been the and End Sale J. F. W. Reinhardt having returned ahead :of coffee. So I bought acme of his crime which a full confession '

I guest of Mrs. C. 3!. Covington durIng from New Orleans. where he anj, making It very carefully accordIng was duly attested properly cook.'d
Mardi Gras. was In 'attendance on the Southern to the directions, we were delight food Is eaten. Wbu>
: II I -+- District of the Lutheran church, a ed to find that he had not exaggeratedIn Champion Liniment for the finest tender eat
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II j I Mrs. Charlotte Mancel and two chlldr \Ve"are still hammer- special meeting is herewith called the least From that day to this Cbas. Drake a mail and juiciest steaks> roasts

'I n of Rabb. Ala. who were carnival ing prices on all win- for to-night '(Thursday) at 7 o'clockat We. have liked it better than the old ) '' Rheumatism.l fresh and of the best and
All Conn.
: : guests of Mrs. W.: E. Bryan left yes the Luthern church. voting. kind of coffee or anything else in the inville. says- cur cook has bad many
; ter -weight SHOES. requested to attend. table Pain Balm is the
Sol Culm & Co. terday noon for home. members are way of a drink. years experience in preParing -
Come and see if you I '"Its use feave me; In a very short inienJs. The past year I was troubled I appetizing foods.

\ Get Blue Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla can get fitted in whatis DherI.ilaatIoa.Mrs. time, an Increase In strength, clear a great dial -with rheumatism In my i i Carnival visitors invited
My, servant elrldoesn't ness of brain and steadiness of nerves; Shoulder.tter' to dine here.
and you'll why they have so trying :several cures:
The Pure: Food Store many friends. Absolutely pure. Goes left. know very much; she's equally and $l leep, restful. : and restoring, came the storekeeper. here, recommendeu\I
back to
twice as far.Rathbone careless with the fine china and ,the Dlt'"I.am this remedy and It completely cured '
thankful that -
we heard of i
Scuthttttt Corner Palatal' and .Intendtnel. / \ common.' Postum, and shall]] be glad to tesf.fy me." There ,Is no use of anyone suf J j I

Lodge, No. 30, K. of P, MEYER SHOE CO. Mrs. Hiram Off en-My Kid shows any time to the good it has done me." firing from that painful ailment when'
will)) have 'Work considerable: intelligence.Mrs. this liniment can be. obtained for a!: Kitchen Cafe
A 1178 to-night in the rank Name given by Postum Co. Battle Kandy
F Phones, { 480L of Knight: three candidates. All Hauskeep-Yefc? Creek. Mich!, small sum. One application gives;
members of the senatorial team are Feet: Furnishers,For Folks,. Mrs. Hiram 'OffenY ; she's most j There's a reason. Read the "littlebook prompt relief and Its continued use for:
requested to be All visiting' "" careless 'btna.-CatboUo a short time will producea permanent i> 104 s.Palar L Phone 999Ii
present. with the fine ( {i' ; rTbe,4Road 'to Wellvllle. in
: : cure. For sale l .all' druggists.
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brtn are, 102 South PalafoxSt I
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REAL ESTATE: BOUGHT AND SOLD -' '* 'YOU can rfake a 'good real-estate HOOTON & WATSON.

; purchase right now better than you ,
Pensacola Dirt RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY can later on. Jhe outlook for real estate -

4t trading this ear' Is unusually Successors to Toos. C. Wttsoa 6 Co. .
LOANED. Desirable good.
We're got a fine list ot well situated
t East and North Hills vacant Tots on Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance
weU .
as in all sections of tho BUSINESS PROPERTY (Swell little home on North Hill, AgencyList
t, FOR SALE 'Two-Story nothing like It.. .. .7... ... ..$5000

, Buy a Lot and for Tarragona. 15000.00 street property fronting Brick .fW Uaing- 1n'2;;story.. ..residence...' .. .. North.. .. .HUL. ..$5000 close .' of Desjrable! Property for Sale.

lI Build a Home 287% feet. A fine opportunity to secure 2 story 8 room house, 'bargain at theIs Two story brick building centrally located. Just off of

a large business frontage. Street. between price.. ... .. .. .. .. .... $2000 street.. ... .. .. Palafox
Palafox .. .. .. *..... .... .... .. .. .. .. ..10500.00
The moment you place lumber and $1 io,00 .oo. Romana and Intenden-] 413" N:; 6th Seven d.-elrngs, and a store and dwelling building with nearly ha f
otlrer building ma- ave.; room to build another a bock! of ground ,
terial nra lot just that moment It begins to Increase In ; will /buy 125 feat frontage oa Garden cia streets. '- .. house; cash.. .. u'' .. u$< 50 at.. .. .. ; splend dly situated on. ...a..corner. A bargain;
value.: A brick .
If you like we can sell you. houses alreadf'built this building' ) pay on a a 'One of the most'desirable "building iots"on North'mil oi *$6,300.0

and handsome from the residences.small cottag to the more pretentlo'l': lot MUST'BE SOLD AT ONCE 4 room cottage" and 2 lots West fronting south near car ine 100 by 150 feet. .. .. .. .a.$3,700.00 corner
Lots ot them GOOD End; "pick up. Cash. .... Two
may be had on RENTERS.' .. $475.. story new dwelling on corner lot 60 by 125 feet
terms. on
' easy In W'e Invite yoU to see our I1t Glad to see H500.00. For particulars apply to a. mu.. .. .. .... .. '.. ........ .. ... $3,150,00 North
you our ofIlce
any day. Beautiful East Hill home modern In A desirable and very comfortable "story room'dwVli
for one six :
corner 70 by 150 one. block: from every particular.. '.. .. .. .. ..$4500 all modern conveniences on the ng with
, (Palafox, now renting for $540.00 per S a. car line. West Gregory: Street lot
by .. .. ..
year. I McDavid-Hyer Company 6 room cottage, good: repair newly North half of Mock 6L New'cityTra'ctVlo'iotsby 137ft6Vnch 3000.00

1i B Pensacola Investment Company will buy three$1,500.00.houses renting. for I Agents .New York papered:.. .. .5. lots.. ..North. ..Hill.. .bargain. ..$750.- Six a Une.beautiful. .... locat.. ..:n.. 'overlooking.... .. the bay; only one..block.... .from$2,000.00 each car

room story and half dwelltagwltbVwO"acresvof:
$216.00 per y.ear. They are always Life Insurance Company. Neat .FI ground In west-
cottage at hervlUe. corner ern suburbs.. .. .. .. .. ..
*. H. rentea' .... .... .
, D'ALEMBOtTE City Manager.W. 8 E. :Government _Street. lot 45x125. .. .. .. .. .. .. .!$1200 Two story dwell'ng!' on East DeLeon with enough Vacant. 'ground.1200.00 for

. H. KNOWLIS, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary $6,000.00. Phone 700. Pensacola. Fla. '100 two small cotta-ges. .. ....... ..... v. .$a5ooo
acres, house, barn .farm'z1implements Those
j.L STILLMAN v.-Pres. ant Can. Manager.ITael KNOWUS for 'piece of property down town, rent having property desiring to ash same"w'oVd"flnd"! to the'r
Treasurer,. shingle mill
. ing for $70.00 per month. and timber 8 advantage to place same in our hands as we have disposed of about
. Estate miles west of Pensacola. .. .. $1003 5300,00000 worth in the last
, Loans, General Investments. $600.00. For Sale 60 days if you have funds to loan
. consult us. If you desire an agent to collect
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. 4-room house renting for $7.00 per 4 room housesnar'* .depot.. ..$850: fire: Insurance; or If you want to buy a piece of your property rentsor and want don't
Rock *
month. FOR SALE:-Barred Plymouth \ know who owns same. consult us.
--- i cockerea ready for yard $1.50 to I
r_' I $ ,250.00.a $3; 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrs. little home. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1750.

for 5 large houses Uzzie B. Hughes Chipley. fla .
HELP WANTED (entirely new)
Wanted renting for 5420.00 14feblm (Beautiful blo'ik overlooking. bayou
P pr year. HOOTON &
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$3750 ,
;w'\ED-Colored house girl. Ap1 SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED HOMES. TYPEWRITERS keep on hand for *

'PI'1 l)7 North Cevellos St. imarWANTEDA -Highest! price paid for gent's $1,50000 sale The 1 Fox Underwood Smith Neat little co'ttab, East LaRue SLcash. PHONE 54. 34SOUTH PALAFOX

clothing cnly. Also sail Premier and Blickensderfer Typewrit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .liosoi STREET.
second hand
good house girl and. a for an elegant 5-room cottage East: I ers. Sold on easy terms or rented.t r .
No. S
goods. 9 E. -'
good cook. Apply at &2 W. Gonzalez Intendencia. CervantesI: :. All modern, gas,.bath etc. All makes of machines cleaned and' .- ..
7 bath
room and toilet
,rnerBaylen.1mar31-_ WANTED-To buy old 'gold and silver 350000. repaired.: Work guaranteed. Phone the bay. .. .. .. .. ... ..overlooking... ..$350 -
'TED-Stgnograpber and .book- broken :'up' stuff regardless of Elegant 8- room home North Hayne 380. "F. ,B. Bruce! 2& East Government Miscellaneous

heper. Address in own hand writ- sizes. Cash paid. Ljgntman & Klein.. street. 14feblm, 17 lots section where' they will soon Timber

ng; P._O= Box 763. City. Imar 106 E. Wright. Phone 1127. I I : bring $1 00 each-! ... .. ,. ... ..51230 lands
:$2,400.00 FOR SALE.-10 room house, corner C. ROPKE has just opened a butcher
W-\1\ lDIcn to learn barber trade. : I S .
blocks and
A."lTED.-Real Estate for sale or lot 3 from Palafox. lot 96x Call shop grocery store corner Davis
doom dwelling all modern. bath on us for anything In the real
ttc prepare you for positions $12 too rent, lease or exchange. Your bus electric lights etc., corner Jackson 192 on ,ar line. For particulars inquire estate loan or insurance line. and Brainard Sts. Your patron
. $: weekly You can practically earn ness of Standard Clothing Co. solicited.: Satisfaction
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil and Guillemard 'one block from Pala.. : 29Jan a age glla'an'teed. For SaleWe
tuition tools .
and before
our somplecing Real Estate Imarlm
(' ; short time required; pos- on. Agent, 22% W. Gov. fox and Le-3 Square. I FOR SALE-New piano cheap. Address Have you any property to sell? See .
ernment Room 7
street. Salisbury | "' us about it at once. WATTS AND COLES-Contractors
>ions or locations waiting Write for building. Phone 172. LOTS! LOTS- LOTS! "Piano, care: Journal. feb24
23Jan and builders. Estimates on all kind
free catalo Moler Barber Col. .
ue.t '
))1"1'. New Orleans La. 25feblw I am selling on East and West Hills FOR SALE-My property 416 E. Brained of building and repair work. Satisfaction have them.
WANTED.-All kinds'ot electrical L l lots at $50.00 lot terms of 51.03 Phone Several splendid
. per. on St. consisting of four lots 40 L S. BROWN & CO. guranteed. 108. office large
. w\-TED-A:\ printer at once. Banner work. I sell all kinds of electrical cash and 50 cents per week. They feet two 208 N. Reus. 28feblm and small turpentine locations.
x50 ; a story dwell'ng
Chipley. PIa. 23feblw* batteries anM other electrical supplies. will double, in value before pad for. '6 hall containing Saw Mill and Saw mill]] locations.
. 1 When you need me ring '345 No .- rooms ways, bathroom Theisen CARRIAGES repaired and repainted.
963 and Some
or ; taxes no interest charged.a Building.
, 1\'A.\"TflD-Man who understands, closets and On : line bargains in large
E. W. Peake Star pantry. car ; will Floats built to ord-er. Horse ,shoeing -
new Laundry and
,.. book binding and ruling and who is i l ing. E. Garden. 15dec.build NORTH HILL LOTS. I II [ sell entira property. for 53000.00. EL. "WE a specialty. J. G. Welsh timber small lands.tratU of round and boxed

. of taking charge of that Reese. 22feb SELL LOTS"Money
capable h'avs' several .plots of 4 lots each Co. _ _carriag.1 Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
branch of the business. :Mayes Printing I
on North Hill for sale at '$800.00 for JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment of HACK No 12-Always ready and Hardwood lands

Sfeblw.WANTED Company.. Pensacola. Fla..... FOR RENT each four. Nothing less than four imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint. reliable driver. C. H. Splendid 11*. of valuable property

sold. Elegant locations for homes. gallon or larger quantity.{ Q. Morasso to Loan. pr'etor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange -and fine location for a Co'ony: or Stock

-A competent neat afox.9t. & Co. ship chandlers. antf grocers 7C1 Phone 185. 20feblml|I Farm I& South East Georgia.
FOR RENT-Desirable two-story resi 204% S., Pa .. Fisher.! Building. Palafox.
wanted at once at 18 E. 4oct MONEY TO LOANi.Everybodbor.rows ,I I Some of the choicest residence
dence. No. 208 West services |
Gadsden offer
nurs)1 St Phone'462., NOTICE-I my as sur-"places
:Ub. I Wm. D. Howe. 401 Thiesen Bldg. 18feb FOR SALE-First class grocery store money from Jno. A. Hall & veyor locating homesteads for the DeFuniak Ithe beautiful little: city of

and meat!! market'in'connection.fixtures Co., 16 E. Government street. Wheu western counties of Florida., Springs, Fla.. and In Milton.
WANTED Three short goods solicitors FOR TIENT-Two story 4' fw'" people of I i F 1&*
: etc. Reason for selling! leaving in need call on us. 9feblm Flo-
J. Stevens
Solomon Furniture Co. Sfeb with all modern ForSa/e Address W. Surveyor I Our prices and terms
conveniences cor* j I the CItY. AddrB3jEVO.; ; Box 697.. rala. Ala. 16feblm I are reasoa
[ner Spring and Strong Sts. Apply C. 7feb. ( >*J*t. able.
"TED-Manager for branch office _. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal
"f' wish to locate here in Fensacola, H. Turner. gfeb. FOR SALE.-!Improved and unimproved property on short notice. VIAVI. -The patrons of the "ViavlTreatment" & Cal on or write to us.
FOR SALE-The Lewis
Beu.Co. Are invited to
cord ally
Wd'ess. with references. The.,Morris FOR RENT.' Elegant 2-story 8-room prjperty In all parts of the cty.! agents for the famous Corno Hen Terms easy.. J. B. Gray&. Co., 2 W. call at Hotel are Southern Mondays and

Wboieale! House Cincinnati Ohio. I cottage at 318 West Belmont St. ,Apply J.'A. Wilson & Co. Real Es'ate: Agents; Feed. Fmestithing!! In,'th* world .toi I I Romana. Phone 1165; ifeb Frlaiays! from 2 to C p. m. where they TURNER&AYMARDReal -

:tfeblm to Walter Ingrabam at Star.Laundry Room 7, Salisbury baild.ng.: Phone make hens lay. Keeps ?em In good. can meet the representative Mrs H.

. .. ._ 2jan 172. .' -' 23an] condition too. :'' ': II p.ONEYTO LOAN.-On reai estate or P. Booth. ,Phone 1027. llfeblm"I
sufficient Estate
tebj I security
Other by app!) ani
WANTED FOR RENT.-Elegant,two story stor-; rim SALE.. One cho.Ice.lock o'n .top FOR SALE-Large-thorseaani; ; D1u. ,. Ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox'. and will tuns and repair pianos and organs Abstract

I room In new Star !Laundry building,, of the rUge east .. of. the el actrie for turpentine operltt.ors.aDd.log nen fcRomana. up stairs.: 17novnxMONEY as cheap as any one anddo first Company,

POSITION E. Garden street, Apply Walker In- rallway; between 7th add 8th streets We guarantee satisfaction. Address class worc} only. My phone Is 802-2 P. ,0. Box I liS. DeFunlak
-Young lady desires ,I graham. Star Laundry. 22dec.: Nautre has favored this section and itClnnot Waterman & Co., 'G. .G.' Cobb, man. TO LEND-On.good real estate rIngs. Orders promptly attended to. Spriajj, Fljrfii
posit on as btenographer. Address : be dupl!'catid. A. V. Clubba. ager Chpley.F'a.: 23reblm., security or on good collateral. J. Conrad Scott. ---.J

D. B.. care Journal. 1mar1W.j I A.rent R. BINGHAM suitable for has furniture storage room or other fo- FOR SALE QR.BENTirr60; acre farm; ,FOR,' SALE-HousejiVdfurniture J } 6y.private !1,! at Fisher lowest building._ rates. lLeaUif E. Brooks 1jlD! SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie, Oert-j D.: HALE WILSON 6 CO.

WL\NTED-R'i'liabe: man is goods. 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. 5.,miles from, \tvDD Brent road; 7 .. "i-ale. Applyjbefo-e March ing & Co. wholesale: and retail ship I
a position as millwright circular I Phone C30' room house, all fenced 4n; 5 fields; 2 1 at Major Jowls' or"HoWfred plac. > chandlers and grocers, only first-class
filer and hammer Reference 30DOYFor story barn good water, mall box on Just northwest of city. Take Park MONEY LOANED on all Kinds of personal house of kind: in city. Fair prices to all. REAL ESTATE,

nished Address II., care Journal. the land. ,Address, .'Farm." care car to end of line.. Jf. L. Irwla.23feblw property on short notice
fur'l J. W.. Bullard. Corno He"n Feed will make your
ima Sale Journal. Terms.easy. _upstair I RENTS AND LOAKS
ISfeblw 28% South'Palafox St.. Phone 1144. hens lay, and: keep them in a health:

'WA.\"TED-Tbe, public to know that FOR SALE-For a few days only! 2 FOR SALE.-one tank and wind mill! ,. *6nct condition. Try it. For sale' by the I'I

we can do all kinds of repairing' FOR &SALEJ A R. Bingham has a lots opposite the. Hagerman rCa, for'sale by J. C. Pebley. .22feblw Lewis Bear Co.. 7feb We have the following special bar-
float building. horse ),1 good team of mules for sale. See amount or to loan gains In desirable real
shoeing etc. J I deuce New City, $625.00. Fine locat EGGS for hatching'J carefully UNLIMITED money NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible very estate fora
(; Weigh! Can-age: Co. 27febKODAKERS them on hk new float. fdb2f I : from on all kinds of personal propertySpecial few days only.
on for a home. Apply B. F. Wolfe! manted hens. Strictly"' thoroughbred: for debts contracted by
>, rates to business men on large, SPECIAL
get Kauffman's pricesfor : FOR SALE 80 acres goo 1 land three, tizen's! Bank. 13feblm fowls,, and I guarantee a good hatch. New York Loan Co. the captains of the schooners Kate, BARGAINS.
Tbe! 2otI
miles south of Chipley. Twenty Stock for sale at reasonable prices.: ;cans. Pay Alabama or Sallle Guy.. H. Jer- 2 lots In block 170, New City S0xl37
developing and finishing. Best;,' FOR SALS-Beauafal. block in New I South Palat?L nigan owner, Portland. Fla, Sfeb 1m feet! on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.00
and cheapest in city. Mail orders re-i: acres in cultivat'on: and pure sp'lng City. Tract No. 312. For cash. 5eOut Barred Plymouth Rocks, White Plymouth -I __. 3 lots 16th

cehe prompt attention. Ilomana and i water. Will sell for cash or on line Apply to A. M. McMillan.: Court Housa Rocks and S.' C. Brown Leghorns -'1! CUT FLOWERS--OrJ1'S!! promptly den street corner. .. .. .are.. .. .and. 1000.00 Cads
i'alafos S's. 20feb.: Apply A. Hogeboom, Chipley, Fla. ; $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs LOST filled for roses! carnations flowers 5
laug 5500 hundred for incubator I\ I lots fronting Toledo square in New
l 28feb. a eggs. and designs of a'l! kinds. MIss Berth City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
WANTED-To loan money on your| THE GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns have 500 ha'f gallon cans fancy Florida Smith. 616 N. Barcelona Phone 651. I .. $1,000.00
personal property and household FOR SALE-Modern cottage onea'!t less gas and gives you more light Syrup. Will deliver at 50c per gal LOST-A ladles 'gOld watch Wednesday One C-room house with bath and

foods. Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jefferson Hill for sa'e. Also some (choice! for less money than any lamp yet Ion. Address Plymouth Rock. Poultry evening near Escamba Hotelor TAILORING-B. 1..., Diamond, Tailor. sewer connection gas in every room,

and Zarragossa Sts. lots in nice location. Address liax: made. Try it ana'! see for 'your self. farm, J. J. Pope. Prop.. Bristol! back Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and nice neighborhood. If taken at$1.450.00
depot. ,Co B. engraved on scee .. .. .. .. .. ..
.. .
Sfeblm* 827 city. Booklets free. Call up 380 and ask Fla. 24feblm to cambia Ho repaired on short notice. No. 11% .
Reward for return I
21tehlw.1 about them. 28 East Government West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. 1 6 houses In block 17, West King
COURT HOUSE DYEING Pressing \iFOR SALE-11600 will street. F B. Bruce. febll-Jm:, FOR SALE-Rose tlntei' satin gown. tel. Imar2t. Idee I:Truct renting$30.00 per month. Will
and Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox blocks of land and a new six room silk lined trimmed real lace and lend U.OOO.OO of necessary. .. $2600.00
Bi), Mrs T. J. Davis. Prop.. Your pat house on little bayou, between Gar. FOR SALE--Nice. lean old newspa. India gauze. Good as new. Never LOST-One brown fur boa at the THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO. I All jf these proposition. are bar.

ronage solicited; satisfaction guaranteed den and Chase Sts. A good invest pers at two cents a bundle. This of... worn in Pensacola.: Cost $85. Wllsell opera house Tuezday night. Reward 1 wholesale and r<* .1 manufacturers gains aad will be held open for a few

Careful attention given ladies' ment or a beautiful home. For pat fice. for $25. 1311 North Davis street. for return to C. H. D.sbman, 715 N.Pa and dealers:! In cctton, mattresses and I i cays onljExcellent
garments. Phone 1%::. ImarttWSTA bed springs. Second hand furniture warehouse location
Mob i t) cuars address C. E. Freeman Box: IOBILES.-l Also white chiffon hat three hand. afoxjSt on *
AU'IO for j
\\ \ "ED-You't to" use Corno Hen :556.i City. 28feblw! Pope Mfg. Co. ana can am sell agent you auto the come plumes, cost: $18., sell for- half watch; size 16; has diamond bought pairing: : and a speciaUy.sold. Upholstering 114 E. Belmont and rotf f, railroad Good 8 track per cent very mortgages cheap., hand.
on :
a afi fattens them. Try it. For sale / horses to keep up They -.- Ins s"de of case and also on ,
I lots In New City East King Tract. can be run i-grayed on 17janlm Property In all pans of city. vacantor
oy The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb, !In sand or anywhere a horse caif J I I locket ;25 rewird for return to The -
go. improved, wanted for sale.
West King Tract and North HilL Address 1. Brooks 'I STEAMBOATSCHErU.E'STEa.MER J, H. PORTER salimater! 716 South I and
V askeJ.
Lp'Jlp! office. No quest'ons
W.\NTED-Everybody in Pensacola Bargain: care Journal. CAPT. FRITZ J. M. Journal Palafox street Orders ,taken for I I 30 S. Palafox 5t.i .

to know that the Y. M. C. A. build- 25feblw lola SALE-one 2 .H. p. boKr aad Ltf rs, master. Passengers and Imar3t tents, awnings camp stools and house ,i Phone 234.

tag was built of brick made by tb.3 FOR BALE-One fine extension table en' ine; portab'e boner on whee's; Freight service between Pensacola: .OST -:On Palifox street between n cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljaa_ -- -

Pensacola Brick Co., and they! are pre and six fine dining chairs cheap. eng ne or boiler In running or Jer. and Freeport, Fla. At Baylen street Government and Intndencla streets,

wed to furnish you. J. S. Walton Address P. 0. Box 395. 25feo I Also 2 log carts comp'ete, ready for wharf Wednesdays.Tourists and a pair of gold rimmed spectacles. Board and Rooms. I i FOR SALE

ftr__ tfeblVAXTEDJFo service. For terms apply to Jas. Mc- others desir to see places of interest Finder 'w'11 receive reward by return
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS All kinds Voy & Co., Cantonem.nt, Fla.. Grocery Co. 28feb2t:! Beach Haven. the coming suburb of
purchase second hand I on Choctawbatcbia Bay and Santa ng to .
of strictly fresh farm and gara'en( 23feblm. I FOR RENT.-One double furri'shed Pensacola. Extensive improvementsto
iuggy m good condition. Apply to seeds reasonable prIC Also Rosa Sound shouU make this trp.: be.made this year: street car line
!" at s. FOR SALE-700 feet A petition containing numberof room suitable for light house keep
}Journal. second hand 111 Special rates for parties: of ten ormore. LOST-
fruit and nut trees. Banks Bros",: inch galvanized pipjn,: 20-foot For rates or ether information si matures of value to no one but \In:. Apply 1000 E. DeSoto. mans guaranteed In the near future. J3 ..OO

-We want your orders for Chipley. Fla. '25feblm lengths. Adatess P. O. Box A-l, City I; apply on board or address P. .I owner. Reward for return to Journal FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms for beautiful waterfront lots. This
1507 Price a short time only For further -
Art Calendars. Over 300 orl- I Sfeb
Inal; designs to select from. All; FOR SALE-Only: 4 .young Boar pigs feb24 Box 692, Pensacola. Fla.' office. for rent very reasonsonable. Apply! particulars call on or write to

Prices! Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco- sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out ----, _. I 20 W. Romana. Imarlw'. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO.

':a 16feb. of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 58544 BOARDERS WANTED-Two persons
All guaranteed with registrations and --- a- who will room together on first floor I H
\ -To lease or buy a five or r pedegrees. Carl Setterllnd Chipley.Fla. at 616 East Gadsden St.Ueb1 w. $2800
su room cottage. Price and terms 26nov. FOR. SA..LE.
1'.1U81 be reasonable. Address Good FOR RENT-One front furnishedroom '
Buys a beautiful new 8 room 2 story
'l'enant care Journal) 16feb.NTED FOR SALE.-Nice 5c. clean bundle.newspapers They I 2 lots 60: ft., front on the southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets, veryselect neighborhood down stairs. and one upstairs home, on large corner lot; modern in
sale. Only a
\\\ .-The public to know that for wrapping and are .. .. .... .. .... .. .. .... .... ..., ......$1500.00 20 W. Wright St., near Escam- every respect, 423 E. Cervantes.
Old!< newspapers can be bought at Just make the good thing to put under paper matting, 1 5-room cottage and rece'ptlon'hal'; back andfront"gaifery. ciosetVhouse new and. In good condition bla hoteL 24feblw ,$1400-For five room cottage, large

(:.1$ office for five cents a bundle. They large lot on Norh; 8th avenue b i.*e.Jl: 11th and 12th streets, a bargain at.. .. ., u, u u .. ..$1200.00 FOR RENT AFTER MARCH 1- hall, bath and gas on E. Cervante
ife all clean and nice. FOR SALE-3 acres land on Town Corner 8th 'avenue and 1" b st-eet 5-rojm) and hall cottage pantry back and front gallery, gas and city Three furnished rooms suitable for For few days only.

Point,opposite city near marine ways.' water house new a large 'ot:...... ....... .. ._ .. ... .. ......$1700.00 Ight houso keeping.. Apply at 505 E. $5000-Buys 25 excellent buildinglots
\t"ED.E1ectrlc work of' zl kind $300 cash; ,deep water frontage. Bui'ding lots on west side of N. RenV threet'betv"en'DeSoto and Strong... .. .... .. ... ..$450.00 Gadsden. %3feb1 w* on North HilL -
Lft us clean your fans repairour dress Land. care Journal. Ad'i 541.3 ft. on' West Roman strjet at the foot of Sprlrfg'St, Improvements on property renting. for U,..60 $1250--Gets a good Investment in 17

4UtInO do jour wiring. etc Paon3 SALE-4'wo' sewing machines per month.-.. .. .. .. ... : .. ........ .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ....$4000.00 WANTED-A few boarders at 212 W. lots near railroad. IF
*;0 Pensacola Electric Co.. 205 S. FOR Can be i 40 ft by 170 ft deep on 'East Romana'su'next to"Bass &: Co.,,a good Investment .. .. ., .. .$4000.00 Gregory. New house good neighborhood .$1000-For four corner lots Just

J'.aYlcn. at good N. C.as McMillan's new.: cheap, at J. I. Stephens'seen 5 lots on the South East cO"DE'r.of Spring and Le streets! ? a splenlld bulding eite! ., .. ....52500.00 and on car lln*, 16feblm W. of Hagerman residence.

CANTED-To on Williams. Block 107 East K nt Tract; B3lmont Numbering on North Pa'afox street between Baylen and Palafox THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for $910-Buys Jive corner lots E 8th

Batches, Jewelry loan and money personal your effy 23feblw old stand.: Mrs J, M. thirty lots few days ,'only' ,at........ ,... ...- ....' .. .:.. ......:..... .. .. ... .. ...-. ..........$5000.00 rent, suitable for light housekeeping. St. near car line; fine building site

*. Highest cash price for old gold 50C East Jackson street, two story 8 rocmjind hall bouse bath gas. a delightful home and good neighborhood Apply 501 W, Chase. 15feb or good investment

ana silver. Ughtman & Klein,,106 E. FOR SALE OR R.t.New. stors lot 93 ft. by 150.......... .. .. .. .. .. ... .0 .. .. ............ ...._ .,.. .4.. ........$3500.00 NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent')'
rtgat. Phone 1127. and dwelling In good locality on 715 N. Baylen St, 8 room 2.s'o-y residence lot.70x125 ft, every modern convenience. an Ideal. Newly furnished clean an 3 nice C. R. YEAGER

[ East HIll ,Good business. Apply home.. .. .. .. .,. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ......., .... $5000.03: postofflce. Apply at 128% E.
CANTED._A. R. Bingham wanta I 1021 N. 9th ave. 34feblw 2 lots on Cervantes street- between Bayien"and Spring: streets, C0xl23: a nice building site a bargain. Government near street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. 202 Thlesen Building. Phon 686.

Jour moving and hauling. He gual' .... .. .. .. ..t. ., .' .......... .... .. .. .. ...... ,....,..... .... .... ..... ...$100.00 '
ntees all breakage. Phone 630. MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New 5 lots on the southeast corner Sprinj and"Le4 streets ... .. ........ ... .... .... .. ....$2500.00 7Janlm. I l lOH | NOT IN THE TRUST
W A. TED.-Haulln and transfer tick furnished 'If ( eiired. All done 3 lots on Strong street between 10th ned llty,avenues.' T'is poverty j is' v6ry cheap at.. .. .. $850.00 newspapers at five cents a bundle' When you want a first class rubber-

WOtk. Office phone 363; residence, in good order on short notice. Leave MONEY at the 'owest market rates o 'ntt>rest on, Improved .or vacant city property, at this office. They are all clean tired carriage. ring us up. Our car-

Pnoim 390. Acosta & White. 22-28 N. orders at Green' &: Watson. Phone And nice. _ r'ages are all new and first class In

T5gagona St. ,%Smar. 193. 4teblm The Fishes3 Real.Estate BAY H'1TEL.-open night and flay. every respect; our drivers are car&

ED.-Th9 Transfer YA MATTRESSES made to order; old Agency, European plan. Booms light and ful and polite. Hackmen's. Extihang" .

A n Co. Waats,your movingand b uUng.: furnished mattresses if desired.renovated Ring and phone new tics 771 Phone 87. 2O9 South Palalox: clean.575-579- S.Transient Palafox. Jas.trade s..solicited.Nlcolau,j I I I,telephone GOLDSTUCKER 814. BROS Props..

"..5.breakage! guaranteed.' T. B. Tfior- 114 Belmcnt St 2feblm Prop. W. B. F. Turner Mgt,
Prop Phone 978. 18J neln. or call at .


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'!r ri r REALESTATE 1 McMillan- Bros. .Co.MOBILE. ... -:=r -In the mtast, of life's festivities thp

IMPROVEMENTS "old jo __ ..&. r- ,- gaunt mopster Deajh stalks abroad
in the, ,land. 'While' many make: merit;,there are tho e who are bo*:
I ed down and broken, hearted by reason'of'a visit from the Grim MODS.ter. .
whiskey'afeatur ; .' which brings us 'to the fact .that it is the duty of every man to
protect those who are dependent on him for s PPOrt. No brter
i AT FLORALA TRANSFERSFollowing way than with policy In the Bqutable.: The matter Is of great importance .:

i toveryf: husband or father for the span of life is short and

.. uncertain"and the} end.
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ALABAMA. there Is ..TI3: :

ALABAMA Is a list ; the Jerds recorded : .{

I >l'jtay. ..r.eP.qrt'J..by;.''1'Iiel; RKETS Insuranc KnowlesBros._ Gen" ,AItsFlre

Pensacola Abstract!'!Co: 'ltt I 1 1i I ,,Life.' : Pensacola
,I H. T. Ianeely to ,J. W. Hjer. lot 3, .
Fine Hotel Half Finished and Workon block 28, West Kiig Tract.. J375. I ; ." __ t-- -I

Morris Bear and Sol Cahn to Chas.F. __ Naval- Stores. ht -
OpEra House Will Soon West lots 15 and' 16. block '25. Water I of the marketbuy Snann Ga. Feb. 28. The naval .................................. _.. .......... .
Front, $3000:: an J other considerations stores market closed toiayas: follows: j :PmN8A.OOX.: J I
Dow-the demand for ;wwb... .' .. .. .. y.6 ...0 ::4 E
Begin-Town Lighted by .. ... ........6 10. ironWOrks Supply Co.
:.Mrs Clara L. Ray to Mrs. Edna L. "old joe" is steadily increas 'YG J. ',. j: : and !
:Murwin commencing' at .'E corner of'!' ( N .. .. ..-.S. ..... .". ..5 90
Electricity.Special .. SW .i of SWVi of Sec. 5 N. 'R.'30 W.,) ing because it's a whiskey of 31... ..* .. ;. ... .. .. _.. ....5 45 Manufacturers .and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS .
thence S. :20! feet for a point of be-i merit-quality never fluctuates K.. .... .... .. ... ..... ...5 20 FORGINGS MlL'L AMD, ) STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP t
Our Suits and ginning thence S. 5D. ft,.. thence W ; made from the best grain; r. :.. .;:_J ... .. .... -u ..4 55n : REPAIRS SPECIALTY. Prompt >attention given to all orders 4
Nobby to The Journal. 1 chain and 50 links, thence N. .501ft. appreciated by good judges. ..... .. .;:.;. :... .. .... ..425 day 'or: nighU Agents for James McKay &.. Go's celebrated Los and :
Overcoats Florala, Ala., Feb. 28.-Mrs. W. B. .. thence E 1 chain and 50 links! to; G.. .. .., .. .. .. .. .. .. '.'-..4 07*!, ::: Tlmbr Dogs, also chains of -all descnpt'ons..: Office phone 13 Residence 4
light CMlmer has moved into her new resi- point of beginning, Jl and other con-: full measure-convenient package F..4 07Mt .. phone 1029. .P. O Box 123. PH L WITTMAN,: Mgr. :
please and five perfect dnce on Sixth avenue; | siderati ns. . ; I Ee. .. .... .. :. .. .. .. .. ..4 07,% <4......... .. .. ..................................:
\V. If. Britton is home in moderate price-wld everywhere ',
expected fl..4: 07 :
satisfaction to gentlemen Flowers to A. H Ell:ott. SW r
t a few days from extended business! I :. .. .....407%
an C .. ', .. ...
who their have personal a care apnr-as to trip through the Carolinas. .[140 I %.02 of NE acres.% ofSecI4T.4'$ISO. N." R. :34 W.'. "b & b" atlanta *Spirits Turpentine,'t.68% cents. :.......... ++>>.........................t.........
T. S. Lanz spent Tuesdar attending I
ance the cost and They who also are priced count the :Mardi Gras at Pensacola. j! nah J., E.lots Taylor 14, 15,to 16 Mrs.and Imogene 17, block uaa.1: No. pills .is as pieasint.and positive :

moderately-$10 to $ 2.50 his Mayor bed for Wood fifteen after being cpnnn able d to to)' East Kin r :Tract Belmont N __' ___ h __ ___. a" DeWitt's Ljttla Early 'Risers These j I[ AUSLEY 6 COMP ANY J
dajs. was mild and
guaranteed, too. toe down town yesterdaj. I other ing. West considerations.M. of Tarra'gona: street, Jl'and A GENTLEMAN'S. TASTE fS, BEST. effective Famous Little that children are, delicate 30 ladies ,
br. ana' :Mrs. G. P. Petrey have moved .I SUITED WITH A .
:M. Cooper., J. T. Cooper E. Ma-i and: weak p!ople enjoy their cleansing : ,
into the Lanz house Fifth street
and are now housekeeping." on lone P. A. Cooper and :Minnie Cooperto effect while_'strong people say they COMMISSION BROKERS i
T. J. Creamer, of CERTIFIED CHECK are the :best liver pills sold. Never .
NEtf SW'J. Sec. .
Mr.U'. T. Hughes and family are now *
The John White Store Irving at the corner of Fifth avenue 32. T. 6 N. R. 31 W.:, 40 acres, Jl gripe. i '
and Second street. M. 5!. Cooper, J. T. Cooper E. Malone 5c CIGAR.All 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !

Special In IN.,,'. W.a,. I Mrs. Sjkes of North Carolina is and P.. A. Cooper .to. Minnie!
here on a visit to the family of W. Cooper. W% of SW4. Sec 32. T. C N. the qualities of flu roe.aroma :
2O5-2O7 S. Palafox Street.. II Britton. R. 31 W., Jl. color and gooa' material is FALCO, ALA. J U Private Wires N. Y., N. 0" and Chicago. :

Phone 225. I Miss Satterwhite sepnt several days :)1.1... Cooper" .J. T.. Cooper, .E.. Malone embodied In-'ft. ..t t
very pleasantly at DeFunlak Springslast I and Minnie Cooper to P. A. Cooper : -
I week the guest of Miss Landrum NW,i of NE, %. Sec. 5, T. 5 N. R. A. Greenhut & Co. :4 f .COTTONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS i
-- f3W4IULLQTSd Mr. Nolan Satt rwhlte has returned I 31 W.. $1. -
from .a trip to Arkansas. W. B.; Wright to J. .W. Hjer, % undivided DISTRIBUTORS! Special to The Journal. **. ', it i
I Manning Bailey is ill with appendicitis interest jn lots 6 to 11,block PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. Falco. Feb- 28.-Rev. Q. H. t Bought;and Sold on Margin or for Investment. :

at his father's residency on I 12, Sec. 26, T. '2 S. R. 30 W.. $120. a. Universalist.missonary! c pr chi i I, *
Fifth street. W. II. Mitchell ej in the new Masonic hall last
to C., H Smith, pieceof *
Col 'Monroe paid a business trip to land 660ft. by 603 ft. in NE corner Morris day night \o quite a large congr ga .t Reference: -First National l.and Peoples Baas Phone 1173

P1PAlDp pas nesday.Mr.Andalusia. ,last. week returning Wed.,of S.Sec.A.. '4 Venters T, 5 N.to, R.R.30 A.W.Baker. $45 lots. (Formerly Dannheisser of Dannheisser Jster ton.; ,to He preach is the in first this Unlversalist section for sometime min :4 t ...... ..................... ................*
Peadon, of the firm of JPeadon 2. 3. 4, 6 and 7, SE%, E% of SWVi.NW'i Pure Old C

I & Williams, has gone to St. Louis for of SW'4, Sec. 33. T. 6 N. It. Wines Rye Beer.and ana Tobacco.Bourbon, Fine I I l Dr., and Mrs Allen H. Miller visIted ...................................._...+........:
purpose of purchasing several car, 30 W.. 435 acres. $1. thir old home and relatives at !
I loads of mules for the local marketS ,. M. H. Sullivan to S. A. 'Venters, lots Old Hickory Whiskey My Specialty I Flo-ala Saturday and Sunday, and ;:
G. French of Laurel Hill, spent I 2. 3. 4, 6 and 7. SE% EH of SWtf, N 12 W. say that Florala is still growing .
11QTS QTS. Tuesday in the city. He reports ageod W%. of .SWJi.! Sec. 33. T. 6 N. R. 30, PENSCAOLA.Zarragmsa Street.FLORIDA.SHIPPING The Florida and Alabama Land Co. ..'GAS i 1-
I I j outlook for spring farming in W. 435 acres. $2034.00. engine No: 4 broke down last week

$1100 $A5O_ |;ai>a around his home town. Wm Keevan to John Glass S!2 of' but will soon be repaired, thus giving 1I
.r ;; ? I The Lyceum cours* of the Locala !\\n.: and E' of SWJ/J..Sec. 28, T 4 the hustling -loading crew a needed ,
Club thus farhas been a decided sue N. R. 33 W. $150. rest as they have been dumping between ,
IEJ A.NrE: : OE:5J Isr""Y"
ttss The last number N NEWS
was Chas R. T. H. Moore to J E Taylor lots 1 400 and 500 logs in the pond I
Taggart who was cordially received.. ,
I I' for- -
(' The club is its to 17, inclusive and lots 23 and 24. per. day some time. .
doing utmost to please
block 103. East King Tract. Belmont Dr.. A. H. Miller has on exhibition :
I I the.public Gordon with these entertainments.C. Numbering West of Tarragona street, at. the- Florida' and :Alabama: Land for. modern comfort and convenience. :
is hL '
now making VESSELS IK ?5RT.Ahoth Co. office
II. a specimens of his .
headquarters at Hartford Ala., but up- at.am.hrn&.' skllt in taxidermy thE> shine nf. Best for I light.because most like daylight. :
i jon a recent visit to our town said: Pensacola Investment Co. to J. W- -
mounted deer. Best and because :
I certainly for cooking heating
i "There's no place like Florala" Hyer H undivided interest In lots 6 Dutch ssv Mtilda, 1298 Rotterdam
Mrs. W. J. Cawthon is spending to 11. block 12, Sec. 28 T. 2. 'S. R. 30 I to order.. .vFarmsum speak well for an amateur taxiderm'st! always ready. :
j'!*.me time at DeFuniak Springs in at W.._ West King Tract. $120. I .. Dutch,, ss, Scheltema and would do credit to those skilled ..
CHAS.BLUM&CO !It I tendance 'upon the Chautauqua. Mrs.. Jane McCurdy to :Mrs. FannieE. lZ91.West' Hartlepool to W. L. Wit his in the first art. He informs us that this is t i :

517 G. D. Winston accompanied by Dr. Dyer. 1 tich. ,-, I IIolanthe. attempt at mounting. specimens '
AND 519 WZST BAY ST. acrein extreme SW corner *: I
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. I,I Belcher: was taken to Montgomery of SEVi of NV'I i, Sec 32 T. '5, Br ss.. Hodgson 1943, St: .;Mr. Walter M.: Henley.' is Pensacola Gas Company
last week to Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. circulating -
_. ._. be operated on for appendicitis -: $25. I *
: \ffrlraiimnH Rr RL I-ircon 9005!' T IIn. on our streets today\ and informsus .
1Safes! II. II. McDougald is out again aftera : S that fish are. very scarce. |: Phone 148. 24 and 27-:.E. Garden Stree t. |
Safes I donPleamoor.'Br
Safes .
: ,Mr. Jasper Lewis has
severe attack of grippe. Umpire J.bnT.O'Briea.: .'rreo Mobileto I returned from
W'. MeDuffie. has been indisposed John O'Brien *of Lewiston Me., the master. f an extended visit to relatives and ;............... ... .. ..... +........:

Buy Diebold Sates! for some time but he is improving well Known former eecond basemanwho Secunda Br as. Donnelson 1309 friends in-,Florida. -.-- -.. -
gradually.Mrs. did'such excellent work on the Tenereiffe to TheW.: Keyser Co.
Scarritt Moreno S. H. Bennett visiting her New Sliedrecht, Dutch ss, Vessen. 1951,
England league staff of
umpires' Fire Fire Fire!
brother Sejmore Hall at Auburn. list season, has been appointed to and Galveaton. ">t" 5,500 BARRELS
Agent. Mrs EL L. Adams is visiting friends has i Teodora de Tanpiga, Br ss, Hudson, .
and relatives at Dothan. She is expected accepted a. position on the staff 2599, Hull. b -
home this wek. of 1900 for which the league is to'becong..atulated. ':Tugela Br ss, .Lacock.. 2148. Vera PORTLAND .CEMENTWe
: The new Methodist church on Fifth .. .- Cruz '* .j >' '.J -- The Big Fire SaleBegins
-VV-OOD street is nearing completion and Vivina.Spn ss/pustinza, 1983, UT-
I when completed will be an ornament Seven Cleveland Mea 9!II.... erpoql to Gulf Transit Co. have
; All kinds that to the city. This church has as its Secretary Barnard of the Clevelandbaseball 1 -- just received a shipment
,pastor now Rev. Seals, who is an ac club has received signed! contracts Ship*. direct from Antwerp, by the bark I
OAK ouPNE I Uand energetic worker in his pro- from the following players. Bill Avon. Ital slIP.-Avegno. 1601. Genoato Strathern, of 5,500 barrels of Portlan at 9 o'clock.All
Rosasco Bros ? Thursday Morning
( >ssion. Bradley Elmer Flick, George StovalU : Cement: Send in jour orders at once .
A Fine New Hotel. Casanova, Ital bk. Avesno. 1069 It. you want any of it.
cheaper than you can buy I I The new $25.000.00 brick hotel is James Jackson "Nig" Clark, W. I. In-. .Genoa. W. R TAYLOR & CO. Goods Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost.
gerton and Pitcher 1
t It anywhere. Any Montwood. the Independent Elvira. Port ship. Rodriques.
size about half 1488. Phone 328. 209
want... you ...._ _<__ _completed..___'u.. .It is to. be__ a twirler from Plymouth Lisbon: to order." E. Garden St.
--- mu siury structure ana no pains -are The. stock consists of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry

[ G. SEWEllPirone I, hotel being in spared Southern to make Alabama.it the The finest finest -I Adele Swed bk CUnu., Janse, 596 Havana Goods, Gents' Furnishings, Ladies' Furnishings, etc.

I of workmanship is being put upon Due Culginl,. Ital bk. Ohvari 125S, NOTICEThe =
it. and when it is completed and read: I I A bad .stomach Genoa to order. E.GJE l.EEJSr :L..A.-r

614. I for occupancy Florala will hare as!!I QS Is'soon restored Ciampa Emelia,. Ital bk, 864 Ha
I rood hotel service as can be bad any to its nor vana. Woo 126 South Tarragona Street.

Florida and Alabama where. There will be forty betf rooms, mal condition Elvira, Port bfc,' Rodriquez- 1586 for stiiutem the ey United Sanatorium States,the where only the In. __ ___ n_ ____ _____ _____ _. _
and when - -- -- -- -- -
I it is expected that before th. the Bit.
next Delagoa Bay with 701.539 s ft sawn
Opium, Cocaine
winter season opens that an additionof : ters is used timber, 291.922 s ft lumber. and Whiskey habits

; LAND COMPANY fifty more rooms ViII have to be .. regular ly.I Gudny. Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Ham- w can'ith be'cured so much ease without for the exposure, and REWARD Marine Grocery Co.
built. It faces LaKe Jackson and has Try it and burg to master., .. 30 davs' time patient. Only
Manufacturers of broad verandas the lawn being terraced see It cures Pedro Lacave Span. bk required. Describe .
and Dialers in down to the lake front. Electric I ... 509 Savannah to: RJx M. Robinson.. ilaristang. youj case and I will write you. an "t 604, 606, 603,, 610 S. Palafox St
LUMBER SAWED ,, Poor Appetite opinion as -to what} I can accomplish 1' Ii) hone 725.
CYPRESS SHIN. and a large number of oth? Provident, Ital bk, Olcese. 1185, .;
GLES AND KJWJ-DRIED SAP. beats will be among the utilities rl Flatulency, "Starthem, Br bk, Maitland 127%. for you. Ask your family physician 1 V. J. VIDAL Manager.THE .
--- _-_- __ __-_--__-.n._-- .------ hotel will possess. Healache, Antwerp. to investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolley, 104 .: :: ) ,
Iff Other Building Operations. Headache, Thomas Ital bk, r Lane: 803 Naple.'Umberto N. Prjor Street. Atlanta. Ga. .' Tt
I About six thousand dollars! worth of] I. IU1 > bk. OHarl,. 766, ,: ; \ : HOME. OF GOOD THINGS
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brick have already been placed upon SITTERS Dyspepsia, Genoa to ROS UiOO'ros.. -------- --- ;" : EAT

th> sife that Is to be occupied! b\. the! Colds, ,GrippeCOFFEE Just Received:
II SOcis : opera house and work will be begun! Schooners.Lizzie Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lunch
I as soon as some of the remaining material .! El Demlsoa Am Kch' Peek, .25
I 9EDSWHICH 50 kits of: fancy. Mackerel. Jl per
I arrives The opera housewill*: 452. to master.
have Horatio 1. Bak r.- Am sell, Mohr, kit.o
a seating capacity of about 1,200 kits Salmon. Jl.25! per kit.
and only the best of attractions will be 720. Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. J1.25 kit
1 ,50 kits hallbu 2ns. per
I MakingDollar ; presented. Thos. S. Dennison Am sen. Wade, 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound
j I'( Two handsome brick buildings are 1329 Baltimore : td order. U.25 per kit.Bloaters. .
now being erected on Wall street We Barkentmes.Beatrice. H rrlnr.
are the PIoneer Milkers and Roes.
'Th9 Lake Hardware and Funlture Am bktn, Casaveggio. 1430 I Codfish Pickled Sat men, Dill P1ckle..
(Company ;will occupy one of the floors Coffee Roasters Rctterdam to Pen cola Lumber Co. German Sauer Krout.

(lof one building together' with a large West Florida. Caroline Koch Dan bktn. Holm \VAKKAN ipr:.t&?.arrest of ;this wo Pigs Feet in kits. $1.00.
warehouse. This Fort de Fnuice to McKenzie '
company was fully Oertint I man. ,She't 1: about 2$ years of age Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cak organized, last week with a capital & Co. :, -SUCCEEDWhen 25c
[ stock of 15000.00, and will begin weighs 135 pounds: thick, dark hair, National pound Biscuit Go's- Fruit Cake

i busing as soon as the building is high forehead "brown eyes 'fivo feet per blends of
McHUCH'S'BLENDS'h We handle the celebrated
I Signs atYou I. completed. The Lockala Club willoccupy I I. For an Impaired Appetite. high, wears.Na 6.'sho S. upper teeth Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
the second floor of Ihis build. Loss of appetite always results from f
You gold !filled and one.crowned tooth. She Co., H. P. Chipman. Manager
I ling and will Install all of the modern faulty digestion. AH that is needed Buy, Oaxaca. 35c lb. Standard 25c
'conveniences of a 'club The other e no equal. A trial 1 Is a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach Get the Best. has long fingers' .with round ,nails. lb: Diamond Blend; 25c Ib; Golden
and these s'gns should be I building will be occupied by E. C. will the and Liver Tablets. Ttey*-will invigorate Plump of figure ana-'fairly' pretty. Her Rio 20c Ik.Strictly "
bceded."e mean that I' Eraccw ell. convince connoisseur the stomach strengthen the It's the Cheapest in the End.Landreth's maiden name ,was Thompson which fresh roasted and as gool

our method of Inning all Pythians Growing.The that we digestion and Rive you an appetite name she has possibly assumed. as any Cofee .sold In this city.
goods for <-ash. gelling local Knights of Pjthias like a -wolf. These Tablets al o act Send will deliver
all Lodge Wire sheriff at .D .Fnnlak ,Springs us your orders and we
for has recently no extravagant as a gentle laxative. For sale by all l
goods cash, and beinf! reorganized and is grow. promptly.
contented with a small : ing in membership rap'dlv.! Grand claims. druggists. Florida: $50:) .00 reward for the cUild.

profit (enables us to sa'ljou Keep of Reror!'? and Seal G. G. .. 4, Fisher Monroe Douglas This woman
for 80 cent that you j I Mil": Deputy Grand Chancellor W. L. New Suit FiI d.: Florenca Wood, kidnapped him from HICRS"CAPUDINE
ordinarily pay $1 el!'e- j I..ee'of Columbia. and about sevent- Wholesale and Retail The following new suit was !filed Freepo-t. :Fla.on the nIght..of September .

where. A. single! visit I organization.five visiting members attended the re.' yesterday la the-offlcet. of the. clerk, of Cili.190LThechild la 6 years oil, I \l "
c here and an Inspection! of A castle hall will be' **" INMCDIATELV Ct.KX
built IGROCERSf the circuit.court1. : .. New fair skin. ,light hair,. tas upptr.-fore.
as soon as the
ground can be
our goods will It Crop J1EADACHESMupCOLDS
; prove .I purcbasad. j I BristowCopley'\\*. Rix XI. Robin. teeth_ rotted off:, very plump, weight:
Try one of our $I! Suits son.:'damages- $1.5(10(! *
Gillis ; rerjrfc.Avery about pounds; very bright child. I .
and Bailey have opened i and all kinds of Feed -
--jou'll fnd "it the equal up a f. attorneys for plaintiffs- both
machine shop of Fifth Expenses paid ways deliveringChild 12 MOVI S
street and IN 6 TO
of are
suit Mr..nybolly.s $1. .OO now doing a fine btUln s.,. Stuffs.Pluto ) Just Received. to DeFuniak! 'Springs. Fla.. In addition _ _ _Trw kid, 10. AIb.a Dv'.iuS
E. P Shatterwhit* and Son have I The Original w lIre" Cough Syrup to the $50.0O..reward.
moved into the Adkinson building J is Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar; H. A. DOUGLAS.
< where they live more commodious Water It expels sll'cold;'fronv the system by Father of the chllj.
.. quarters than before acting as ca.tbartlctpn the bowels. -. .DeFuniak Sprinss, Pta,

The electric light plant Is now in : KeDned 's,'Laxa ve'Hoivy: ..and Tar-
H O ANSON full operation and is a valuable acquisJHon -' a certain safe anti hannless cure I"1 . -
to Florala. )Ir. UcCIung has Wholesale and. Retail. colds croup and whooping'cough. W. A. D'AlemberteDrl1lllst MONEY-TO LOAN.
: spared no > .. ,- The Mpicantile
'-. pains .to make the svstem i _- .. Mortgage. Companywill
; complete In every detail. Tlie lights f! loan you money on your
CASH CLOTHIER, : turn all night and furnish the ?ubhi I Iith New Orleans Grocery Co. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION and ApothacirfTelephodi ;; bold furniture, pianos organs,hOUIIe-1

: \\ a much neea'ed' utility.. The 1 WANTED 103. without publicity on easy__ .
Corner Palifoz! and !hlJ.: 'town DOha, the streets' Illuminate i Jas. McHugh monthly payments: -- n_: -
I with :arc lights which add: much to' WASTED-Cook; on- whowill re- 121.Sooth Palafox Street MERCANTILE MTGEL CO.,
.) Jits appearance i Phone 105 Proprietor. main on premises preferred. Apply lot 315% S. Palafox" Stu -' '. I .
National Bank., Imtf Imll.JIIomS.IW1lIt1.jz '
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