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

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I ARMY BILL WAS MANY' SUITSI I T TO INVESTIGATE IDENTIFIEDBY DIED AS RESULT !IJ l



PASSED BY HOUSE INSTITUTEDAgainst I VICTIM OP PRIZE FIGHT!! I :


THE MUTUAL l I t f1:



Ca rr Iag Appropriations. for Army) COUNCIL WILL Those Formerly Connected Negroes Who Caused Trouble at TWO WARSHIPS Harry Tenny the Victim of Brutal


P Purposes,P of Over Sixty Nine With the Mutual Insurance FUllYPresident Springfield Brought Back Slugging Match at San



Millions. MEET AGAINTONIGHT Company.___ by-Militia. A ARRIVE R R I V E .1 IN N NPO Francisco.HORRIBLE' .


THE FORAKER BILL UPON ADVICEOF, JOS. H. CHOATE Fish of the IllinoisCen'I: THREATS OF VIOLENCE WERE ,4 BEATEN

WHO MADE REPORT TO TRUSTEES RENEWED BY CROWDS UPON
tral Will Head a Committeeof RT'

YESTERDAYMcCURDYSAND THE STREETS-POLICE JUDGE ,

Providing for Marking Confederate OTHERS CONNECTED WITH Policy Holders ALSO THREATENED-S.PECIAL to Hammered to Floor When HaIK| :.j

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Graves Also Passed. THEM SAIL FOR EUROPE. ,PRECAUTIONS less to Resist

Mayor Has Resolution to Buy INVITATIONS TO PROMINENT TAKEN.'i The Monitor Nevada and the Tor .


GENERAL CALLED r. Waterworks Under Consideration POLICY HOLDERS IN UNITED .. Associated Press. Boat Come Co
POSTMASTER By Associated Press By pedo Blakely TENNY COUNTED OUT, BUT
New York Mar. 1.-Suits leave STATES TO PARTICIPATE MAILED : Springfield 0., Mar Guarded 'by

UPON FOR INFORMATION RE- and Has Nfl t Yet been instituted by the trustees of the YESTERDAY-WILL WORK', two companies of militia the prisoners From Mobile. FIGHT AFEHWAR03. ALLOWED
Mutual Life Insurance
CARDING EXCLUSION OF GEORGIA Company Edward Dean and Preston TO
i Ladd, PROCEED-POLICE ORDEREQ.
Approved Same. against former President Richard A. ,INDEPENDENT OF LAWSON'S. .
negroes were brought, from Daytonto Two vessels of the Coast Squad
NEWSPAPER FROM THE tMcCurdy, former General Manager more : TO ARREST ALL CONCGRT4CD;
Robert H/McCurdy and the firm cf GOVERNORS COMMITTEE.By the city hosptal; here to ba identified ron reached IJQrt yesterday afternoon M
MAILS-RAILROAD RATE BILL Another meeting of the City Council -: C. H. Raymond & Co, formerly gen by the victim. Martin Davis They were the monitor Neveda aad SEVERAL SURRENDERED AND:
is to be held tonight, when the business : eral agents of the Mutual accordingto the torpedo boat Blakely which have
PROBABLY BE PASSED which was left over from the whom they assaulted last Tuesday.The ALL WERE CHARGED
WILL an announcement by the board of' I I been at Mobile during the Mardi' Gras: WITH
WITHOUT AMENDMENT.By meeting of Wednesday night will be trustees today. Associated Press. prisoners were brought in a,,1 {,festivities but which were ordered fc '

considered and completed provided l I These suits were begun some tim! New York, Mar..,:That.Stuyresant traction car and marched to the hospital here as soon as the celebration was 'MANSLAUGHTER,

something additional does not come ago on the advice'of Joseph II Choate Fish, president ot'the Illmios Central ten blocks. Their coming was I ever. .. I
Associated Press. up that will take up the time of the whose formal report to the trustees Railroaa', and until recently a trusteeof I I The vessels'saIled from Mobile yesterday *
known the crowds there
session. I I .not to and morning, and reached hereabout ,By Associated Press. *
Tsshmgton.. Mar 1 The House was made today. the ,I
Mutual Insurance Co and':
5,"..'(1 .he army appropriation bal One of the Important matters that I* A. Thebaud, son-in.law of former I was no disturbance on the way I 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Both San Francisco Mar. .Harry Tea.
will be brought before the council member of the Mutual's investigating' Davis identified Dean of his dropped anchor off the navy yard,
alJ! also! the Foraker bill, providing President McCurdy, a...memberof the as one ny. who was knocked out la&t night(
will probably be the injunction committee will probably head policy vhere they will coal and take on sup
t, in, marking of graves of Confedwa : proceedings firm of C. H. Raymond & Co, RobertH. a assailants When It became knownon by Prank CeiI. the Bantam w&ghtl.' i
", 'j of J. E. Long against the holder's movement in the com-I p Ii es.: .
dead burled In the north today. McCurdy former President MeCurdy's the streets threats of violencewere .
Hoard of Public Works restraining It is expected that the flagship champion pugilist died here this '
of order made to the son, Richard A. l'any'fort reformwas
p ':tI1 were pro- McCurdy and Investigation and
that body from the instructions renewed. The police had already -Texas with Rear Admiral Dickens onboard morning Death was the
carrying out undoubtedly
his t trevolt
T.. .im for a cable&h::p for the AllanIH I family and L. A. Thebaud and his practically settled .today.Mr. .
of the council. It is heard threats against the concerns will reach here this morningor
now of the
beating he received!
family sailed for tai
\CMM; and to a ship for mine plant. Europe today on the I {
Fish ,11 lead of the from
day
int. on the Pacific coast which elimi-I up to the latter body to take some steamer Amenka.LONGWORTHS: a.committee employing the negroes also some time during the ring.
action in the premises amir') it is expected .f policy holders of the Mutual in the New Orleans, accompanied by a torpedo
auih' .i ttiose provisions from the army-I against the residence of police Judge From time
that this will be done. I United States and Europe invitations I 'boat, while the Arkansas and another the he was?earrfed. from
bt>i I It is possible that the question of '! Miller. torpedo boat will arrive before his corner limp and all 'but lifeless, '
w ailed: powder trust carte in i ARE to prominent policy holders in all
have been taken the of the week thus completingthe
Special precautions end ,
i I purchasing the plant: of the Pensacola I Tenny sank rapidly. Some uneasiness'
fa a l'orng in the debate and theCI'mn.ratie of united
1 parts the States having been coast squadron.
Water Company will also be discuss-! for tonight. felt
was last night by the promoters.
endeavor to have the RO\ EN ROUTE HOME Nevada Is"under command -
I led again. the notice of the proposed I mailed to-day. The monitor seconds and other attendants connected I

of its
I' IIIMI' began: the manufacture Alfred Reynolds
; purchase by the cay of the plant The proposed committee will work of Commander
was
on' ponder met defeat on points ol i ; CONFERENCE i MAY while the Blakely la commanded by with the ,contest, when his condition '
i not served the jesten- indepenatnt
upon
company of the so called'
4.11"--I' : and finall bv: direct vot*. I I the By Associated: Press.Havana govern- Lieut' Charles E. Courtney.. These became known.
day by major In fact he has
lt.!i army bill as parsed carries f ; Mar. Congressman and or's board and Lawson committee. It vessels are of the sam type as the Neil's .
[ not even approved of the resolution Tenuy went down before ripping
an''thing! more than sixty-nine mil- Mrs Longworth are among the passengers is proposed to demand a thorough investigation PROVE A FAILURE Florida and-O'Brien. which are now
and stated last night that it was a lefthanders during ,th* fourteenth
1:;H.,. do.lars serious question as to whether notice today bn the steamer: Mas- of the campan3STATEMENT -, in port.
J' passage; of a resolution calling;should be served with the resolutionin cotte for Tampa, on their way to While it_Is not positively known It round. The timekeeper count
i*;uu the 'pastmas: er generalfor Washington. is believed that the> Coast squadronwill ed him out, but referee Roche failedto
all Information and :irtdboa i its present. shape.EXPORTS OF : UNLESS GERMANY' RETREATS remain in port for some weeks hear the completion of the count

why the "Union New3| I PRIVATE CAR REACHED : FROM THE POSITION SHE and will have its annual. target 'practice and when Tenny staggered to his feet

1T.t.o nastQ ., Ga.,. }had beenirluded : LARGE HERE at this port.SHERIFF. allowed the fight to go on.
YESTERDAY
from the mails as seconds t PUBLIC' DEBT HAS TAKEN 1 .A. howl of derision greeted the ref-
eree'a ruling but tli&howl soon nnted,
furnished the text for
t matter A
DURING private car containing a party LEFT Neil went at his
of MONTHMANY for again opponent
speeches by Mr Bartlett Georgia composed of Fetter Kuntz
and a number '
and Ir.111lams., of Mississippi, By Associated Press. .... like a mad man and hammered him In '
of friends from :Michigan reached
Associated Press
By
his weakened condition agalnat tha
critic'sing: the "au.ocratic bureau'rule .the city yesterday morning and the Washingtn Mar 1.The monthly FOR INDIANAHAVING ,

of the postoffice: department Mr._ SHIPMENTS' WERE MADE occupants spent the day in visiting statement of the public debt issued Washington Mar 1.-While no immediate ropes.Helpless and without strength to -- -
Bartlett made the statement that the carious points about rensacola. break in the Algeciras con.
TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES AND today shows that at the close of busi-! strike a blow In return Teeny drop-
Tnion Xews"9tS purely an agricul- The car is a handsome one, and has ference is expected by the Washington -
IN HIS CUSTODY A NE. ped against the ropes. His head sankon
tural paper. VALUATIONS REACHED been in use ,by the party since they ness Feb. 23, the total debt less cash
government, the negotiationshave his chest and hl& arms dropped to
Mr Williams made an amusing com 1118950. left :Michigan! for New Orleans where .n the treasury amounts to $987,521 GRO WHO ESCAPED FROM
the Bide. In this position poor Penny
which
panson between copies: of (the Georgiapaper they viewed the Mardi Gras cejebrat'on 553 which is a decrease for the reached a stage threatens was literally; beaten to the floor and
and then1t'rican Economist"wii leaving there Wednesday night momh. failure of the conference unless Germany \ JEFFERSON REFORM
Over four million of the decrease counted outOrders
Exports from the port of Pensacola A
eh I K earned a? secon-1-class mat- for Pensacola From here they will changes her attitude. It is not head
during the month of February someI is principally accounted for by SCHOOL., were given at police
'" and devoted he said to'the Yto South Florida. Mr Kuntz who likely that any neutral power will renew arrest all concerned. Neil
.fcfandpat: Doctrine I what exceeded the expectations of is well known here is one of the.mi!- the large increase in the amount ofcash the efforts to bring France and quarters to also did
soon surrendered himself a& I
with
tl'osho In close touch
keep I
licnaire! timber owners of Michigan. in hand. Germany together.
,arr tog further his charge that I the shipping business. The month I Sheriff Jas C. Van Pelt left yester James Cofforth Eddie Graney \VlllIe I
th present' adniini>trat'on! was a government 1 usually is characterized ''by shipments:I day at noon for Ueffersonvllle, Ind. Britt Morris Levy and Mark Sbtraffh*

t h\' "Construction of bureau ,of small valuation but the past one: I II II Ir where he goes to deliver to the authorities nessy. Ali are charged with manslaughter

oaieih." Mr Williams reviewed a. was an exception the total being over. there Leo Varu', a negro .
,rut ng of the treasury department one million dollars.Of I. who escaped from the reform schoolat The major Trill make an InYestlsa-t

thai frogs' legs were dressed poultry, this nearly half a million dollars: IN47.EP1t4" M that place some months ago and tiOn and says ho may order that no

mad?. ne said in the interest of afro : worth of material and goods went to I Ij I .s ,T71fHFR r s S who was captured at :McDavid Saturday -more ,permits for prize fight be
a
;; miser in the northeast to protect j Engand, there being several cotton, ERH 11i'I' night by Deputy Sheriff Brewton granted.

hm: from Canadian frogs, also a: cargoes for that country, whil* The negro was :beating: his way towards

ruling that warden piano hammers: Prance also received several cotton Pensacola on a freight train RAILROAD FROM
pith padded ends were wooden'cargoes and the total 'valuation of when the deputy arrested him. Upon

Cood shipments to the latter country aggregated -' reaching. here it was found by a de
$312,785Lumber scription in the sheriffs office that he OPELIKA TO GULF

RAILROAD RATE BILLDISCUSSED and timber shipments were had escaped from the reform school

IN SENATE quIte heavy during the month notwithstanding .I: R R some months ago and since that time

the high conditions of: had been working his way south

Washington. Mar 1.-The discus the local market. I + v d The negro has a long term to serve TERMINUS TO BE AT PANAMA

on of the railroad rate question in The valuations the shipments: and I a and as 'soon as the sheriff wired the: CITY ON ST. ANDREWSBAY.
ttfr senate was eont'nued today by the countries to which they went areas f 1 rtEetA: authorities of the capture they wired

:air. Dollner who spoke in support of I. follows: I : r back: to deliver him at the reform S

OO1li\'.Hepburn bill. He said Fiance $312,7SItaly school.

? bill was intended merely to sup- .... ... .... .... ... 81.230:
atement!j the existing interstate -! Netherlands- .... ...: ... ..42,736:: 44
law and contended for its cornfirree \'ar1 -I Spain ... ._.. .... :.. .. 62,026:,r: .1 rit kd ..i MORE CARRIERS The last issue or The Floraa New

1 J. Cram a constitutional point of England .... .. .... .., .. .193.73S' rrr says:

predicting that government' Ireland .... .... ... .. .... 21.00;?: d .. ADDED TO FORCE The secretary of state has heeD ,notified
cWI i"i!') hip of railroads would be forcI' -Cuba ... ... ....:,- ..... .. 3.5911, .. ,; { of the incorporation of the At
.i:! anon' (the if dil\rgontma ... .... .:.. .... 7252'" 9p lanta and St. Andrews Bay Railway:
111)1 meet the country congress :.jl'raguay..... .. ..:. ..; .. .2111'I tJ r D IU1K Company which Is to run from Opef

Mr present DoUiver! demand was, not for questions regIIlal1lm. Port. Africa '...: .... :.... .. 1..602 l $71 otldvi TWO NEW ONES WENT ON DUTY ka., to Bay.Panama The City Capital Fla, on stock St. Andrews '1s.

a and when the he concluded the ri1nttf'r Total ...., .... .....$1,118.950 ll / AND MORE TERRITORY WILL given at $1,000,000 with $300,000 paid
or day was devoted to In
!
; Ml. providing for the settlement VESSELS UNDER CHARTER CONSEQUENTLY BECOVERED. It is shown in the papers that the
r! .
fc Affairs of the five civilized TO THE GULF TRANSIT CO. line Is to run from Opellka to Pana
r..s if Indans!' after we termination + ma City. Fla.. through the counties
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c' i "r tribal relations. The following: is the liFt of steamers I Q A4 k es .ih$; b of Lee, Russell, Barbour, Henry and_

WILL under charter to the Gulf Transit Co: The local postoffice carrier servicewas Houston, in Alabama and Jactaon and, x
PASS THE BILL and which will load cargoes at this increased yesterday when two Washington,' in FlorIda. This wilt!
AS IT CAME FROM HOUSE letter carriers were added to the put the road through some of The best
more
port: -
lt'a i ,For Liverpool-E. O Saltmarsi.! I cmr i f force, .t5us'increasing the'free (felivcry country in the state, and develop a
'hlngtnn. Mar 1-The railroad to a cons Were. section' rich in uncut timber and aoil.
1'1" I, early :March; Ida :March 20. service in the city
'nr' 11 I will be passed! by the senate! I For Runcorn Miguel de Larrma- (/ 4PL ble extent. This Inr/ease in th, service The road ia backed, It is stated,. by

i' ualv as. It came from the house! March 10; a steamer April; a zj r "was authorized by the department capital to put It through in good shape. '
T.,. 'I.' admission that opponents of' steamer.ga. Mav some weeks ago to commence and it is expected to be one of the

impure are almost ready to I For Manchester-Miguel de larnn /1JLuuy I March 1. and as yesterday eras the. best feeders for the bigger system
Res. It was admitted today that went ,duty. south.EMPEROR .
a t.,... nnot hope for any assistance,I steamer May. One of the new routes is a ,mountedone
he president in getting an 4 6 I and'will be bandied bv Fred WILLIAM AND
For Venice-Em ha, March 21. 0 IH
:: ment for a jUdclal! review of,I lolanthe. In port. Stearns, while the other will fog cared KING EDWARD TO MEET
For Havre- '
of the Interstate w Commerce For Dunkirk-lolanthe. In port. Mw > r I for by one of the extra men.
illusion: The president made For Trieste-Emilia, March 21. It Is hoped by'those who have been By Associated I Press.
(
\ "'Par' to Senators Crane and: inconvenienced by the late reliveryand London Mar. Gutter's Telegram

PCJJfl': todaj The only hope left 4 collection of malls that the two Company is Informed that King Edward

4D' opponents of the bill Is In the' than half of the minority favor passIng additional carriers will improve the will shortly meet emperor WilLiam

itlnt-ral... They have not definite-,' the bill exactly: as It "came from / service: and make it more satisfactoryto at sea or at some report. Theannouncement .

t!;: (l"mlned what the party pos'-: the house: The task of lining up the 'the patrons of the office Is unofficial.

'n. will be towards such amend- senators on this subject is proceeding .I ..

11"nl: but it is admitted that more: daily, both factions being active I" .. '

\ o HE _- t I Prompt Justice Meted OutToLouisiana -

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I Jackson County Votes for > -- : l Murderer I

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Bonds for Court HouseS : ,
*. --By Associated Press. sInce the conviction- of Coleman last

THE TITLED HUSBAND OF AN AMERICAN !HEIRESS OR THE WAY THOSE. -INTERXATIONAL. :MAR' .' Shreveport, Mar 1.-charles Coleman Saturday.
the negro who murdered :Margaret Coleman confessed to having killed
Special! to The Journal. court house or whether it should RJAGE3 TURN .
OUT. here l last week also to having killed *
Lear near was the girl and
anna, 1 for with raised by .
<<
Mar- re- paid money
tarns ; 1.-Complete executed in the parish j jail today afcout two years ago.
s n ( front', Tuiaj's election In Jack-1 I taxation resulted in nine>-three hJ N. B.-The pathetic picture up ia the'left hand'corner of the. .old_ gent 1wirplDg,1itn1 lt represents th5 man: legally. No excitm'"nt attended the execution negro Governor Blanchard signed UML
: 'f)1Jnt '. to decide whether bonds jority In favor of the bond : .'. '
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u14 bs Issued to pay for the nets I i tion. "---- '-. _.,.. __ __ ,who accuinulatpd.the mon*I. jt, : "; .. .- : -. '.. ..T ...:. ., public- feeling having......subsided"death R arrant. t <
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r Dyspepsia I WESTVILLE ijl LAZY LIVER I II 1-II tUUMUCKLAI* 1 I Consults A -BuldoesNOTPhysician __ TI-.


!on't think yon can can your dyspepsia
find CatcereU 10 toot the I wonld not b.
In other way than by strengthening
[any Special to The Journal. without them. I WM troubled e treat deel with Special to The Journal. Tell Him AIL
-j and toning your atomacn.i torpid liTer and bedaeb Now ioco taking
That!. weak and incapable of performing fWestville, Mar. 1.-Many ot our' Cs.earetaCandiCsthTtie 1 f..L.ryinueh better North Chumuckla. :March 1.-
town folks visited the Chautauqua I shall certainly reeommeod then to my friend*
Ita functions, probably because you hare j $>the beat medleiae I have ever eeea." There was a Guess Cake social at the
: Imposed It In one way or another ont Saturday. ADO Baxioet.Oiburn Jtlll Ho.2.fall lrer Mass. residence of Hon. Milton Watson last
upon
:Miss Sallie Dean, of Caryvflle, is g;;
and over again. visitin-g home folks this week. Friday night. Your correspondent $

You ahould takeHood'sSarsaparilla 'Mrs., :May Miller of Caryvil! is was appointed president, general man- ..

visiting homefolks this week. ager and treasurer,'and you may rest
: Mrs. :Mary Owens has been visitingher
mother, Mrs. Green, of Dady.this assured that it was' quite a success.
f It strengthens and tones the stomach, week. There were 891-5 cash guesses at
and permanently cures dyspepsia and all
Mr. W. H.: Brett, of Bonifay, was on five cents per guess and a great; many
.tomach. troubles. Accept no substitute. street
our Monday.Mr. .
Suesses remain --you know
on paper
I I
--- Etherage and family have moved how that is. One fourth of the pro-
to Westville. We gladly welcome ceeds goes to the Steel BriJ-e fund

them. Pleaiant.PalaUble Potent Taste Oooi.DaOooa.Kerer or rather to help Santa ttosa countyay
BasketBall Brigman Brothers have received a I ia biek.uV..ke.balk. The .....i.orGripe.lt1e.. tablet damped fee.see.CCC.ttvrrold ,: her share. '
new supply of dry goods. Uuaraateed to cure or your money back. Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Perkins, of' :
Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. 601
Among the citizens of Westvillel! I Sterling ,
Pine Sunday .n our
last
Barren
spent :
who visited the Mardi Gras were A. ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES town. We regret they could notsU-y _

D. Bro&rnell, Mr. Charles Matthews.[ longer but will come aga n
: hope they i
Mr. J. M. Brigman and wife, P. Brig- : f :
soon. Mr. Perkins is"a former m"y..r, -I' =
; ; Friday March 2. man Miss Beaulah and Miss Mattie ,
of Chux uckla,, and has a host t.f;
Stanley.Mrs.. Morris Dannheisser friends throughout this Btctioa. Few women confide fully In
W. B.Adams Is visiting In Pen
Mr. and Mrs.- Walter D. McDavid,
sacola' this week. (Fonn2rly of Dannheisser Bros.)
They simply
physician.
of McDavid, yls tors on our iie
were ,
Pensacola Classical School Mr. Bud Matthews and G. B. Vaughnof Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine
the river last Sunday, We are always -
Barker's;'passed through here Wed Wines, Beer ana Tobacco. slad to see them. will not tell him all. That'svhy
vs. nesday en route home from the Mardi
Gras. Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty Messrs. W. C., L. A. and D. A. Mc many doctors fail tocure'female
They time.
: report a good
David of ,Mardi Gras
Y.M.C.A.Beds.Gymnasium We were all shocked to hear of the I 12 W. Zarragossa Street, our town were. diseases.
visitors in Pensacola I hear of a
death of Miss Hood daughter of :Mr. PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.
of 'Y M< C. A* and Mrs. J. C. Hood. She had teen .. .___ .. great many others who were also

8fl5 m.Admission tion.suffering for some time from there.with I would my oM like mule to and have in gone full Mardi myself -, 4 Every woman dreads the ordeal, of the physician's consulting room. '


4 p. 25c. spent Mr. Sunday W. T. Bludworth with homefoiks.of Bonifay. ))11 i ft BEULAHI II a terfere.time Gras, if costume.the brasj We tuttons would didn't hive hed in A sensitive, refined woman shrinks from the searching questions and

examination
Mr. J. T. Flourney has completed the physical
4
I the new elevator in his grist mill. j muckla M/s. ,Henry C. McDavid, of Cim- It is not so in writing' to Mrs. Pinkham. Thousands of women
left for Pensacola Monday
:Mr. A. A. Porter Is improvin'g his,I Special to The Journal.

I Marine Grocery Co. home underwork.by adding a new room and new,I, Beulah, :Mar. 1.-The fine weather', where visiting she relatives will remain and for fr.enK several days We I owe their present health, and happiness (yes, and their good looks,

'.' The school pupils are busy wtyh'!' continues which is gratifying to all, wish her a pleasant visit which we too) to the fact that they have fold all their physical troubles to Mrs.
608 610 S. Palafox St.
604 60S ,
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whether feel
their i on pleasure or otherwise en assured she will have. :Mrs Me-
monthly examination.
Phone 725.; j Pinkham and followed her advice and been cured of female diseases.
Rev. Simons delivered a sermon gaged. Good weather and the farmer: ,: David is very much missed.
4 V. J. VIDAL Manager. al the Congregational church ; The handsome monuments recently .
SunJay. it seems, are at the head and: the
The Christian erected over the McKianou fam ly iu
., Endeavor Society prime movers, in the prosperity pro the Coon Hill cemetery add nuch to
held Its consecration meeting Sunday : Lydia E.Pinkham'sveget&bk CompoundC
THE HOM! OF GOOD THINGS TO cession. .
the mj '.. !
EAT night which was well attended. beauty of the cemetery : ; re a e

Just Received: The log train of the G. E. Wood C The entertainment by our school credit to the loved ones left oehlnd ,
Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch Lumber Co. is making its regular given last Saturday evening was a who had them erected. They are h
than other medicine In the'world. If are In
vomen
made of the very finest marble aiid more every year any you
I 50 kits of fancy )Mackerel) 1.25 per runs each day. success In every way and,all who took "
kit. Some new timber is being put on the workmanship cannot be excelled. doubt about your case, write In perfect confidence to MrS: Pinkham, -ynn. Mass. You els.
part in it done The
Exceedingly! well.
I 60 kita Salmon. $1.25 per kit. the railroad for shipment.Mr. The first quarterly conference of will receive In reply personal letter of advice free. Mrs. Pinkham Is daughter-ln-Iav .
EO() kits halibut 3ns. $1.25 per kit. J. D. Crews made a business drills were very fine and too much [Santa Rosa Mission will be held at
4 50 kits of Cod Tongues! and Sounds. trip to Bonifay Wednesday.La credit cannot be given to our experienced Fidellls March 28th. We hope there of Lydia E. Pinkham, and for twenty-five years under her direction. and since lies

fl.25 per kit.Bloaters teacher, Mrs. Annie Bowman, will be a fcood attendance. decease she has been advising sick women free of charge. {
Milkers and Roes. Brother Morley our Methodist pastor -
Herring. Grippe and Pneumonia. -
who worked constantly for the last =
odftsh. Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles. Pneumonia often follows la. grippe I filled his regular appo"htments ,
(German Sauer Krout. but never follows the' use of 'Foley's month getting the little ones ready at Coon Hill and Juniper Grove church DEAR MRS. PINKHAM:-For three months I was sick In bed with female trouble
Pigs Feet in kits. Ji.M. Honey and Tar. It cures la grippe for their parts in the program. and last Sunday with a good attendance and had four doctors, who all agreed that I must undergo an operation.. My sister V.
Manewal and Lange's Fruit C&ko. coughs and prevents pneumonia and that she succeeded goes without sayIng at both places .Brother Morley is a advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound before I submitted to an
National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cake, 25c consumption. Ask for Foley's Hooey for hard worker and is doing much good. operation. I did so and am very glad to say that after I had used five bottles I was
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per pound. and Tar and refuse any substitute of everyone; present was loud in Mr. H. C. McDavid was over to Mc restored to perfect health, which I have enjoyed ever since. 1 am only too glad to
e
i We handle the celebrated blends of fered. Mr. G. Vacher of 157 Osgood praise of the children: and the way David Monday on business.! recommend your medicines as they saved me from an operation which might havo

; Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee St. Chicago, writes: "My wife had a they acquitted themselves in their We regret to learn that Mr. J. S. proved fatal. MRS. M. KUTTNER.

I Co., II. P. Chlpman, Manager. severe case of la grippe three years various parts. There. was 'a large at Howell is quite sick at his 556 South Main St., Los Angeles Cal.
Oaxaca, 35c lb.: Gold Standard, 25c ago, and it left her with a terrible tendance in spite of the threatening home near Chumuckla. We hope he
lb; Diamond Blend 25c Ib; Golden cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's weather and if the conditions had will soon recover, and be restored to .
lllo. :20c! lb..Strlctly Honey and Tar and it gave her immediate been different tle house would not his accustomed health again. Mrs Hayes also profited by Mrs. Pinkham's advice., *
? fresh roasted and as good relief. A 50 cent bottle cured have held the crowd. Messrs. Coffee, Miller and McArthnr : 8o:-
es any Coffee sold in this city. her cough: enti ly." Refuse substi-- PINKHAM Sometime I wrote : !
Mrs.: Thos. Barrineau was one of' of our town were visitors to DEAR MRS. :- ago you describing my symptoms
h Send us your orders and we win deliver tutes. W. A. D'Alemberte,
p prom tly. and apothecary. inclement weather and was present at carefully and to-day am a well woman. C'It

.-- our school entertainment. Gives Health, Vigor and Tone. 22 Ruggle St., Roxbury. M... MRS. E. F. HATES. ""

The SPORTING WORLD Mr. Thos. Bushy of Bay Point has Herbine Is a boon for sufferers from

THEGORDON gone home after a month's visit with anaemia. ;By its use the blood 'is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound-Cures Where Others Fail !

Grte An.ric n SwIDu. r. his brother,Andy, of this place. quickly regenerated and the color trSI'

Charles M. Daniels, the sensational! Mr. Geo. Davis, superintendent of becomes ,iiormaL" The droopng!

& BROWN swimmer of the New York Athletic the county convict camp spent Saturday -strength "revived.. The languor la : -i --------------1-_ __ : .
diminished. 'Health, _ at
rigor and
club, recently won new fame by estab- and part of-Sunday: with his fame tone ------ -
ily here and was preant at, the enter predominates. New life and happy '

tainment.Mr. activity results. Mrs. Belle H. Shriel, ... ...... .
J HARDWARE COMPANY' "'- ..nMnW.--.n.n.....'*
III ,
,A. H. Bally is 'setting better been Middlesborough troubled with, liver writes I have J. I t U1; ,;HU ; t-ft: ;. : .u.u t !..U1l'llit.uJ' ; ;. J.J ct
but is still a. pretty sick man. but complaintand in
Pensacola Fla. it is the wish of his many friends that poor blood, and have found nothing tr

; he will soon be restored to his usual to benefit me like Herbine. I .g i I
Hardware
Firm
Biggest This And Are Perfect!
health. hope never to be without it. I have Our Pianos .Instruments.

Side of Birmingham.We Miss Laura Bowman; of Roberts, wished that I had known of it in my rfFI
visited at the home of her brother, husband's life.time." 60c. 6oM by -I Anyone of our Pianos will perform Satisfactory FIif
Walter all druggists.
Will Save You Money on school entertainment Bowman and Saturday attended even-the Service for a lifetime. 1hey: are perfect inaction ,

? Your Purchases ofHARDWARE \ Ing.Miss' ALABAMA MAN WITH ; i Are Built by and their tone quality are unexcelled by b 0!
AN
Mary Spare, assistant in the ENORMOUS APPETITEThe
Myrtle Grove school, came home Fri- EI any ,in the world. You can have your own time "Iol

'" day and returned to her school Wednesday last issue of The Florala News 1 Specialists: for payment. 9

: morning. contained the following somewhat sur You have time for
article r can our own payment. -
:iBeulah was well represented at the prising : C5
of all kinds, such as Mardi Gras festivities both days, andI 'Riley Clark, a white man living C 41 ;
can say to the credit! of this community four mires south of Dothan, has firmly ))1

Hill Supplies, Turpentine Tools that they kept remarka/bly/ established a reputation here for ability i Ctof

r Belting Piping Ammunition Etc., I. booze clear of and the all got seductive home safely influence much of amount to get of on edibles the outside that of may almost happento any Kranich & Bach, Lester r, Mehlin, Clutter Newton and Cassel, j

pleased with what. they had seen and come his way. iMr. Clark stoppedby a SiIr.

Write to Us'for Prices.Oottroll. the treatment they: received in the a fruit stand where he ate forty LOldeatand .
Queen City of the...Gulf.Consumption ripe bananas, a pound and a halt of Largest 1 14-116 S. Palafox St. ClI

; ... ) __ __ candy and a five cent bag of neanuts. '" M uslo House in Clutter Music House PhonelS
/ n _ ''T'rom there, in company with & few ![2 Florlcla. PENSACOLA -

friends, he proceeded to a local: cafe .._n .If! '--. WtJ<'I___._ ft FINE IncreasingAverage and asked for oysters eating' two = t..U .. t t ,,U 1t.U b!: t.J: : t: ,ill:.; f tt t
: PHOTOGRAPHS. dozen raw and a stew. His mild: hun

Pensacola Fla. ger not being entirely satisfied ne pro.

Now is Four Hundred Deaths ceeded to gobble vnp forty-e'ght! fried ............<........ ..*.....+. +....+......+.+.++++ I
eggs, a large beefsteak, three loavesof A GOOD CARRIAGE.When
LOW Per bread and drank eight cups of .
RATESNASHVILLE Day.
strong, black coffee. His only regret j 1"4 NEW BROOM SWEEPS CLEAN. -. I -

TO CHAKI.K3 H. DANTELS.llshlng seemed to be. that he had not eaten . you want a fcooi carriage! rt$
more bananas, as he is very fond of prompt service and safe and careful
a new world's record for 100 D es the reader of ,this paper real- them. An interested spectator who : It follows naturally then, that 'a broom la new as Ions i treatment remember the original ,..
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yards. He covered the distance in ize that this very day, in this country asked Mr. Clark what his average : as It sweeps clean. This broom will reach into every
67 3-5 seconds. The previous record alone, four hundred homes are each meal was received a reply that he corner crack and cranny and It win stay' new lotfser J HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. r-

was 58 seconds. Daniels is now ratedas day made sad by the death of a vicfm: I usually ate about a pound and a half than many ,brooms. Nice, ,smooth handle.;' long, clean PHONE 185. ,..

the fastest'of all American swim. of consumption?. Tomorrow will be a, of meat of some'variety three or four J straw, four str.ngs. T It was founded in 1892 and It las: .
The L. & N. Railroad will mers. repetition to today's calamity and so: pones of cornbread, fifteen biscuits, t reputation for polite and careful dr:> r-
It will go on until the people come to with ers and the best informed calraea i h
; molasses, and a variety of other i .FOR 25 CENTS. '. .
sell on March 3 round trip New' German Game For Women.Schlagen realize the fact that a very large number appetiz'ng: things. A few nights before | the city. Following are the memberi ,..

tickets from Pensacola to ball is the newest game for of these deaths are entirely un-' he said he had eaten a peck of : Pure fresh foods. are necessary to health. You should. J and their hack numbers: .
necessary. ( A. M. Ro! No. 1 A. J, Ug&ett; ; ,
peas, boiled. Mr. Clark's performance oman, ;
Nashville T at rate of athletic members of the fair sex. It therefore, mist on haYing only that which Is fresh and Mo*
enn" E.
,
Consumption is both a contagious' here was witnessed by a No. 5; J. Stallworth No. 7. J
comes from Germany where It occupies and curable disease in its first i iiunv pure. In Pensacola you get them from No. 8 S. Jr. No. i) C
; $10. Limited for return March .the stages. ber of refutable citizens. : rs. : Sunday
same position as hockey does $
Yet AWe'cotha.! N(*
many Intelligent (people do not I H. Taylor, No. 12; O.
13. In this country.At realize ,this fact., I After a heavy meals, take a coupleof l4WGairden LAZ JACOBYNOTICE -TheO.opuiar 4 16; R. J. Parker. No. 18; T. H Hea ,..

]. W LURTON, present echlagen ball Is very lit. ,As a member of the firm of W. H.' Doan'g Regulets, and give your'stomach Phone 183, Groce. : old. No. 21; S.. Bibbs. No. 26; M Pot, ..

Div. Pass. tIe known and the Batteraea Polytechnic White & Co. says ""drugs and cough liver and bowels the, help they ......................'," .. t .,.........4 terson.. No. 30; A. J. Braswcll. No T7; ,
Agent. is the only place: where it Is syrups for bronchial and lung troubles will need. Regulets bring easy regular All the. above are nice, closed can ,..
R.; W. SUBLHTT, played. Miss Morse, the Instructor In are only palliative and do no per passages of the bowels. riagea. ,..
Ticket Agent. the gymnasium. Introduced the game manent good; they may deaden the Signed J.; STALLWORTH, Pre
believing it would be a welcome change cough and stimulate the patient for a' By C. H. TAYLOR, Sec and Tres. ,..

from hockey. time but they do not cure and they!' ENGLISH ETCHINGS. TO THE CREDITORSOF rS,.
; usually upset the stomach and have -
& -- -- Schlagen ball Is a cross between .
rounders and baseball and as translated a bad after effect"Eminent i Mail carriers in English cities get

YOUR SHIRT the name means ."strike balL" physicians however agree' about $400 a year. : LEGAL IDVERTISEMrNTS
The players are armed with a wooden that when the symptoms of lung trouble A London Judge has decided that a I
: BOSOM first appear, if the patient will obtain -, father has right to eject a son from
"schlage, some two feet long with no frteniL
all the sunshine by day and fresh Mamie Costelto, by hw asit
which they have to strike the ball his house. !
when air by night possible eat sound breadstuffs PENSACOLA CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION W. J. Costello, vs. J. JLouisrille \vaeheal.: ,.
SETS Glaaton
RIGHT bowled to them. good meat. eggs and milk in The newly elected mayor of & Nashville Railroad ta
The game is played on an open space abundance and take the best cod liv.I bury England, was formerly a tailor.So a corporation Garnishee. In th'COO" ,..

(When you sent It here to be seventy, yards .long by fifty wide and er prepartion to be found they will he was able to make. his own official -, ty Judge's c urt Escambia Count. ,..

g r laundered. The stud button no hits are allowed beyond the bound employ the surest means known for a robes. All bills gains t the Association must be Florida. To J. J. Whtte ead. defer ,...
,
holes meet exactly, nor does the ary. There are eight players on each cure. I' An attempt is being made in England dant and all others whom it may c&

neckband bind and scratcaj side, but during actual play only one Tie undersJ-sned- guarantee, to popularize the destructive and despised presented to the Finance Committee to-day at cern: You are hereby notified
your neck. Its looking after of the side which Is "In" is on the field Vinol to be the best' cod liver prep, dogfish as an article of diet The Writ of Garnishment has been Iss& ,...
these little details that's making although the whole side has to run to aration. It is rn f- patent medicne.i r suggestion is made that a good first McDavid-Hyer Companyts office.HENRY.IJYERf In the above case and that your P7
our laundry so popular. Let the opposite end of the field and back as everything in it is printed on the>| step in the' direction would be, to erty In the hands of the Louisville *
us do jours. bottle. contains In concentrated Nashville Co.. corporation has bffJ
a
.when a hit Is made. -, change its name. fI"';
Points.are scored by runs, catches I form all of the curative, One of.the queerest signs to be found garnished. and that unisss you apr;*

The Star Steam'Laundry. and hits, points being scored by their body ,building medicinal elements -' anywhere Is--that 'of' the Nutley Inn. Chairman before said .court on or before 'Us ';t
of cod liver oil actually tak-' by default Will be entered agal-
opponents It one of the running side ,.Busses, England, a'large house on the judgt1t
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from fresh cods 1S06.
en livers bl1t no oil day of March, A. D.
Is hit by the ball before she has crossedthe Lewes and Eastbourne .road. If con-
: to cog the system. upset the stomach f you. Mamie Costello. "
boundary, and retard its,work. Anyone can try slats of antiquated bicycle of the 2feboawiv. Yj1::'
97 B. a.rfl.n St. Phen 114. Schlagen ball Is a game eminently Vinci type affectionately referred to by old '
on our guarantee to refund their --'! rtJ
PtnMcota, Fla. suitable for women, as it has all the money if It falls to 'fcive' satisfactory time wheelmen as the "good old 'ordinary READ THE JDURNAl'5WANT PAGE -

excitement without any. of the danger results. W. H. White & Co.. -, drug-. ," and has swung in the breeze Read The Journal's Want Ads.
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THE .and,.. k Amusements. :
Otis COUNTY .. '. *r.t Over Half a MillionSATISFIED

"::r in $$ 1
DANGE '

Resent County Commissioners Have Returned Money Claimed to The The Gagnon-Pollock Gagnon-Pollock Stock Co.Companyby CUSTOMERSDo "

..by... you think such an enormous business could be
Have built and
Been op
far the best
( priced'com
Illegally popular
Collected-Governor
Instructs continually increased, if our goods did not have exceptional value and merit!*
Jewish Ladies' Aid and Council pany that tours the south will be the Do pot think we could hold the*trade of half a million people, if our '
That\Old Board Do Likewise. attraction at the opera house all next reputation for doing exactly what we say.wasn't firmly established?
LrAPE-L-S '_.at- Do you think U. S. Senators,Foreign Ambassadors,Bankers, Business
". week, opening their engagement Mon and Professional men in every section of this country would keep on'using
( day night with that brilliant three act HAYNER WHISKEY if it wasn't all right?
pie strong points in the STATE AUWTOR AMOS CONSTRUES MME. BERNHARDT C. K. of A. HALL, comedy Hotel Topsy Turvy. Do you think doctors would recommend it and hospitals use it, if it

dark fashions is the-points of THE LAW Mr, Gagnon has the best wasn't absolutely pure and unadulterated? '

tit ia'ts- COMMISSIONER CANNOT THAT A TAKES LIFE EASY I Monday Night, March 5. company that he has had for supporting, several Your Just money think backif these things you are over not carefully satisfied.and then send ns .a trial order.

RECEIVE The friends of these two worthy seasons, and the show can safely be

\V> mse !It a point fa have OVER $100 PER YEAR FOR Jewish organizations are cordially! sad! to be the peer of anything that "I have found United tatet Senate Washington,D.C.
points correct. To thelnoxms invited attend. Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fine for table and medicinal purpose.".
to
th14i't has been offered at i in
popular prices
JACKSONVILLE MANAGER
ATTENDING TALKS W..
( one these are the MEETINGS AND EX- M.Shtm,1.
25 CENTS recent years. U.S. Senator from Nevada.
ADMISSION
lit :hat tell, as they change PENSES. OF TOUR OF THE WORLD'S
The vaudeville portion of this at-
1rI: each: season
-- GREATEST ACTRESS. traction has received very careful
A GENTLEMAN'S! TASTE IS BEST HAYNER WHISKEY
ANOTHER POINTER! See SUITED WITH A attention and it is practically a complete
the hand work on our collars The ruling of State Auditor Amos, -- bill in Itself. The plays to be

the smooth unbroken front of who was recently In ,Pensacola check The Jacksonville :Metropolis publishes presented during the week are all
coat and the new skirted l ing up the accounts of the County CERTIFIED CHECK5c new and have been secured from some
'JI the FULL $
.20
following EXPRESS
Commissioners, was given a thorough : of the leading play brokers of the coun $
electThfsei:!
discussion last night when tha board "T.he! present iour of Mme. Sarah CIGAR.All try. Amor,; the list may be mentioned 4 ate. .t

met in special session for this another d Bernhardt is the great theatrical The Christian The Little Minister QUARTS d

are points that you purposes CNUrman Avery presided achievement of modern times," said the qualities of l1a for,aroma Hotel Topsy Turvy, Road to Frisco, PREPAID
should be posted on when buying and mere were present Commissioners Local Manager Buckley this morning color and gootf material is No Mother to Guide Her. Slaves of.
Clothes. Come here for Andrew; Stewart Sennott to a Metropolis "Think of embodied In It. the Opium: Ring, Deadwood Dick and : OUR OFFER We will send you !n a plain sealed case with BO
the best made Clothing, at reaonanle and Wiggins.The reporter. several others.On .- marks to show contents FOUR FULL QUART
covering thousands of miles of BOTTLES OF HAYNER PRIVATE
STOCK
country RYE FOR J120. and
> : prices. Suits $8.00 to first matter to receive attention living all this time in a private A. Greenhut & Co. Monday night each lady who is will pay the express charges. Take it home and sample it.have your doctor we
$::u.O\1.\ was the bridge across Eicambia car, with: a special train, anal playing accompanied by some one having a test it-every bottle if you wicb. Then if you don't find it just as we i saT .
river, connecting Baldwin and Escam: DISTRIBUTORS paid 30c ticket will. be given a reserved and perfectly satisfactory it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE andy w
most of the
time one-night stands but
,
bia i counties, whIch is to be paid for PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. seat free. Sats must be reserved its will be promptly refunded How could any offer be !fairer Y
instead of the jump between each don't risk cent.
jointly by the two counties. The the advance sale 6 1
before
con at :
.
tract place being only about fifty to one ---- ---- -- Orders for Aril.,Cal.CoL. Idaho,
has been Mont..5evN.Mex..Ore..Utah.Wastt.
awarded the
to South Monday night Prices 10 20
hundred miles, as is usual for most p. m. or Wyo.. mast be on the basis of 4 Quart for SM.OO by Express Pre;
ern Briaga Company, and the blank road companies, the distance I Ion funny situations.! I am glad it Is true and 30c, will prevail during the week. paid or :SO Quarts for S15JCO,by freight: Prepaid. iifi f 1
(::1i\t1DARDfI'lJJ1ffi1G mtJ contract is now on band to be signed. being] in this respect, as it means all that r
i The clerk the magnificent: order. Play'n! Write our nearest office and do It NOW. J
was instructed to correspond is grandest and -best In acting for the .
'THIE5Er1 "BUQD with the commissioners of Bald one night in Minneapolis, for Instance,)I readers of The Metropolis and the e. SHORT STORIES.
win county and ascertain when it next light in Des Moines, next inj j I, citizens of Florida." -- THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY

would ba convenient for them to bold Savannah Memph'.s! then thence:Nashville, ] A Big Advance Sale. Every ancient hero and god had a Atlanta, Ga. Dayton, O. St. Louis, Mo .St. PaulMIno. -- t,
to Tampa, ]
a special meeting and ASheVille'1
"' contract. approve the to Jacksonville, Atlanta, [ In response to a question as to the I flower specially: consecrated iu his 403 DisnLLEET, TROT O. ESTABLISHED l&S. _1;+-

FLORIDA CURIOSITIES. ga and New Orleans, and this is but) prospects for a great season here: j in honor ti
Live and Stuffed Alligators ready Upon the Money Refunded. a small portion of the territory; c.'Over'j i the south, air Buc..h'y'cited: the fact"L: The cost of collecting the Internal rev-
smpnu-nL: Amos mad report of State Auditor ed on. this trip. It is phenomenal,!!' that the sale here was ahead of any I I nue last year was $4,705.200( equal to -

Omff;" wood canes with alligatortends governor- to the some effect weeks that ago several to the of and the funny part of 'It all) Is that similar sale ever known in the 'city, 2.01 per cent. I

:, 75o.Sta the commissioners had the greatest ot-living actresses seems and that without attempting- any subscription Canadian banks bare such difficulty i
Shells! and Shell Jewelry Shell ia thsir per diem and exceeded expenses$100 for to actually enjoy the eyperiences. list and any soliciting: or in'finding clerks that they are negotiating i i SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, WINDOW GLASS
tactics. The
cud l Wood Novelties, Leather Goods a the year, the latter called upon the local Easy to Manage. scalping anonuncemeni for a number of English and Scottish '
of the selling of tickets by means ot I BUILDING MATERIAL.
Specialty.MR. boara' to make these amountsgood "Mtae.: Bernhardt, contrary to many youths. !
x
> mail orders were made but twice: in
C. N. McCLURE. as it was illegal for opinions, Is not, hard She Hunters about Conn.
any commissioner 'to manage. Danbury, are I
the to Phone 11. H. CO.
yesterday C.
House papers up and over DeSILVAS
Opera Building '
to receive ,
more than $100.00 may possess a deuce of a temper.anJ one-third of the house has' been raising funds subscription for the
107 Government SL Penn cola, Fla. lu any one year from the The /foe re -
county. erratic
as as possible, according to served so far. purpose{ of stocking the woods in that '-- '

members who had received money In newspaper accounts of the past. hut f!! The scene in the Bettes drug! store region with quail. .J
of -S000001111NIIOONNNNN111001101111NN110NN110- -
excess this amount promptly refunded at she determined -
present seems to i,| when the advance sale is started wi'l The number of deaths or soldier and
R. K. WHITE the amounts called for but did I make this
remarkable overthe :
jaunt
i i be one of the most remarkable in Mr.Buckley's sailor pensioners during the was
Watchmaker. Manufacturing Jewelerand so under >behaving! that the$1CO country a' genuine pleasure trip; Sbei. year '
Graduate Optician. per? year was placed there for the is always pleasant and receives the!,: opinion, ever witnessed i in &:,000, and of this number 30,324 were i i t ;
this city. He the line of
30 purpose of paying the diem and expects: volunteers of the civil war. CO.
S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. par( hundreds of newspaper reporters in avery f
mileage and that all actual expenses affable manner, and puts up with I waiting purchasers anxious to see the A man In Portland, Ore., proposes!' tc ,
diagram of seats in the rink and to
incurred in traveling from one part of the scores of discomforts and annoy purchase fir logs which the sawmills of f
a district to another in the- interest of ances of one-night stand* with an purchase block tickets will extend for a British Columbia will not use build :. 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, i:
TERSELY TOLDartBcp the along Bay street The servicesof
county was intended to be paid! easy good nature fairly bewildering[ to! them into enormous rafts and tow them .
for by the The matter the police to regulate traffic will b county will be her managers. 1 think that this is called for The sale Monday ; to San Diego, to be there cut into firewood : PENSACOLA FLORIDA.
commences ,
passed upon -by the courts in order
largely due to<
to the triumphant and sold.
( success

\ ,'l in Pen'sacola Walker of Friday Caswell afternoon l, Ala., had.that a correct understanding may be and receptions she meets with on tblstrip plan, March and diagram lath at showing 9 a. m. The all seats floor I The Indians of E'.ko, Nev., Lave abandoned i ---- =WHOLESALE== iti

; also to her desire to leave, once I! has been made the dances of their forefathers
c a \business: visit Old Commissioners Too. ', and is now at the ot.j l ,
The old Board of County Commissioners for all, a most: pleasant remembrance fica of .Mr. H, B. Race; in
i r Macy t and n.o'. McDaniel. of will also be called upon to refund in the minds of the American people. Life building. gave a ball at which they and,tht'Jr i i iOnly t
< "11\ i-rse! Ind., I am certain that the wonderful Grain and Feed
are among the visitors: every cent in excess of $100 per French actress will The sale of box seats has not as squaws and many Invited palefaces Hay Stuffs
never again
como
vw are In the city.
yet been mentioned.
year they received'' since the passageof to this it There will be aleast t waltzed in the most modern fashion. ,
country, and unquestionably
K: M. IxivelaJee. of Brewton, Is in the law, and this Is likely: to one hundred private box seats on .
fills her heart with
for she
'!' of his amount to considerable. These were grief, madea sale at once at ?5 a seat The demand
my on one regular business i
i Exclusive Dealers in West Florida.
number of Any Quantity. :
";u. the orders received from the governorby most extraordinary im for these will be very good and MODES OF THE MOMENT.
the board and each of the memberswill pressions and hits in the United States immediate, as Bernhardt theater parties : Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect! :
Will. H. Price, an attorney of Mari and has a genuine liking for' its, : Heavy white washable shirt waist
be asked to come forward and deposit are being formed. Already three : Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. :
spent yesterday In Pensacola amount" claimed to"hare been illegallycollected. l Sensational Storfes. the seats purchased. These boxes arc over them. .. Telephone 208. P.''O. Box 661. 2''.

X H. Frohlichstein. of the cigar The I that"There is sensationally is a good deal incorrect of press, :writ-stuff at ,the right and left- of the stage close Japanese belts make the prettiest 000001000/NON........t..........................ONO t
samedemands madeof thereto.
3f company of that name in Mobile, i is are being I They 'are elevated above sort of dress up girdles for wea.rin'gwIth
MI the city on one of his regulamis. r commissioners all over the state,1 then and published about this actress. the main floor chairs.Everybody's your best blouses.
and is causing considerable discussion Dome of it emanates from regular-
in some sections. press bureaus New York and Paris friend- '-Dr. Thomas' EC- Handkerchiefs of colored lawn edgednnd EiIIIIII
"'. F. Fordham. Jr.. of Memphis, but a large part of it comes from not Icctric OIL Cures toothache, earache Inserted with handmade lace are Oxdor' Your

reached Pensacola yesterday and will overly scrupulous newspaper men sore throat. Heals cuts, bruises fashionable for day wear. ICE COAL and WOOD
.end a few days in the city visiting tcrday that h3: was in the city a large where she is playing. scalds. Stops any pain. Afternoon gowns that are made with ,
friends and relath'es.'Hllf'r number of his friends called upon "They seem anxious quite naturally dainty chemisettes are always attrative !I from the

,to want to sensation out of oConsumers' Ice and Fuel a
get a Company.
R. Oilreath. of Atlanta, tray him.T. and Just now are In the very
B. prominent naval 1 the visit of a sensational actress. The Umpire John O'Brien.
Young a of I
ns 1 representative of the Atlanta style. Office-Corner Chase and Tarragon Phone 259.Don't .
-iti-nal., i is: in the city in the interest stores operator of Nixon. Fla., is i in latter cannot be very truthfully' a oJohn O'Brien of Lewiston, Me., the A popular fancy for the tailoredmodes
ti ., That pap"r. the city on a. short business visit. I credited to her now, for Mme. Bern well known. former second baseman this employs three
season or
"Your luck" may improve if 'ou. hardt fs taking life rather more serf who did such excellent work on the
i it c. \Voo.i\ advance agent of the watch for'chances and openings in the!j ously now. She has resolved to make New England; league staff of umpires four different widths of braid as a The Bacon Ho*.

f eapnoon-I'oliock! Company, which is to want ad. columns-make these 'it tie J, her finish as an actress brilliant be- Aist!' season, has been appointed to and trimming.The be too anxious to get a hus- It Is predicted that the agitation fo*.
,wax at the local opera house all cf ads. your favorite literature: for awhil e.i i I yond the ordinary. She is th reforepa'lng has accepted a position on the staff prettiest and most distinguished band" said ,the wise matroc. "Dongo -: the bacon hog will ultimately AangaQ

c >.'X'.f".k' is in the city In the inter No "back luck" endures that test for particular attention to her of1900, for which the league is to be hats displayed by the modistes are in around hunting for one." the character,of the United.States hog.,
1 of his company long. sta'ge' work, and {b putting into her congratulated.Seven a harmony of two shades of one color "Think I should Just Bit down wig The all.fat bog of.i& past \\1111n the

(\ W \\'. \Volfolk! formerly a resident acting the fire of youth, coupled! with or ese: two contrasted tones, such as I wait for one, ehr replied the maiden. future bepartlyjreirfaced-bj: the bacon]

cf Pen-acola, but who has ben ab- Don't wa'.L You'll like Blue Ribbon the experience of the years past The Cleveland Men Sign green and brown or green and mauve "Yes, for you'll sit op and wait for hog and the tat or lord hog as a whole|

i, nt from the city for many years, i ire st Lemon and Vanilla better. Absolutely result leaves her somewhat exhaust. Secretary Barnard of the Cleveland Buttons play an Important part !In one often enough afUr .you've; got will In the future amore nearly ap-f
I far and'1 ed and after each "
twice fatigued perform him.
on a business visit He is now pure, goes as baseball club has received signed contracts all our Jackets Just now, whether in proach the bacon bog In form. Of
-aveling for Marshall Field & Co., of gives desserts the "Blue Ribbon Fla-i i ance on this trip. It leaves but little
from the fur, cloth or velvet. Some are hand I coarsest her* wnielwsyibe; a demand
following players Bill i
Ii cr.1ca o and when it was learned } e s- vor." time for freakish actions, if she Indulged : Many Ills'come from Impure blood.
i I i I much in such and she is therefore Bradley Elmer Flick, ieorge Stovall. painted, otters In _enamel, others In Can't have pure blood with faulty digestion for land; eRue'
; -- ---_- now more in the public eye a*' James Jackson, ""ip-I Clark. W. I. In- smoked pearl with filigree silver I lazy liver &Y1d' sluggish bow. be a place for One, bt: o4 ela

f Always.Reneraber the Fan dams --I a great actress, rather, than as a remarkable gerton aid Pitcher Montwood. the independent mounts. All are costly{ adjuncts to the j els.. Burdock> Blood ; Bitters strengthens hog but?tbe. baaoft fcOffwinj( ; ccBBy.a.
4 ative promo mn.i11e t8. fJi. CD ever yy instance of her powers t twIrler from Plymouth. toilet, but for the present fashion la- stomach, bowels and liver and more Plromti edt position' *ln the fntnr.

Wcs: ; ;Hn One Pay.Grip in 2 Days to<. 25c: Indulge in all sorts of pranks tdl I Mich. dispensable: om'a.-New York Mail J purifies tho'blood. than In the.past.fcfo&j .

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F rt : DnJe Jen utola Joufnal | The Journal's Daily Short Story 1I To Miss street or: Mrs. -:. M..W.E.CLARK LAMAR,Vie President*.President sad. Cashier. J.JOHN W.ANDREWS PFEIFFER., Assistant Assistant Cashier Cab
Dear ada.m-I notice an ad. In the
Scranton Press of some one there who
would keep house or. become a com- AMERICAN NATIONAL

DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. I i The Retreat of Ensign Beebe. I panion.make known I take my the wants.liberty I at have this a time houseall to THE or pcNsncoLA FLA. BANK,

be to get
furnished that I would triad

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY | BY.ALICE 'LOUISE LEE. j i iIi | a one woman for a companion to keep and It it would was agreeable take such to a DESIGNATED .DEPOSITORY- OF UNITED STATES.

....BY... Copyright, 1905 by Alice, Louise Lee I % both.see If I it win would be there be. tomorrow eveningto ft CAPITAL,.STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $60,003.

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Ii*4 2**& $iENSIGN HH-i When.he arose the following morning _.. DIRECTORS.

-- his mood was no darker than the sky.

BEEBE turned to Hymn shadowed-if n-ne--r' well Eusband He ate breakfast gloomily, furled his Henry L, Covlnglon,. frenk'elJly., F. E. Browner.
,
W. S.
.. and boarded the J. M- PfelfferflBryan Rosasco, C.W. Lamer,
FRANK.. L. MAYES President and General Manager.MEMBER and great cotton umbrella
gathered himself together was smiling still- Dunwooy, T. F. McGourln, J. R.Saunders.
t arose. It was a process Every one liked the placid comfortable stage. Even his obstinacy was endan- A. M Avcry, "W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura,
worthy of note, a gradual unfolding cheerful Lizzie. Every one liked gered as he looked back and saw Mrs. W. L Cawthon, Dr. W.J. Hannah McKenzie Oertin
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. the big hearted Jovial En Lizzie, her sleeves rolled above her C. M- Covlngton M. E. 0'
as it were, of bone and muscle ,- generous Alex "McGowln. Clark!.
a joint by joint until,the result stood six sign. AS a'ult every one was cheerfully round elbows, standing In the midst 'of <

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. feet four, lib substantial: feet firmly contributing to the misery of her chickens scattering grate. Accounts of Banks Individuals,Corporations and Firms Solicited.
As the train bore him farther and farther -
planted on the floor of the Sunday both.
One Tear.....,...........$5 00 .Ono Month....... ........ 45 school room, his bare crown brushingthe After the last vehicle had passed he from the carping tongues of his Four per cent Interest Paid on.Tim Deposits.
Six Months................. 2 50 One Week................. 10 din neighbors Mrs Lizzie loomed larger
cobwebs from the arose and went about has solitary
t, Three Months...... ....... 125 Weekly Edition, per :year..Jl 00 Ills heavy bass voice ceiling rumbled agaiust ner. "It'll came worse than pullm eyeteeth and larger in his mind's eye until it --- --

the windows'an unintelligible roar tak- ," ho said aloud. "But Wilson can was with a'' feeling of positive homesickness

The Only Penaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed ing the place of any word which he manage it if anybody can." that he strode through the station
failed to Such wordless \\'iL on Beebe Scranton lawyer I at Scranton and out on Lackawanna e
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. see distinctly. > a young
sounds were becoming more frequent was Ensign's idol and confidant.lie avenue He bad intended to go directly
for a to Wilson's office, but he found I EVERY WOMAN SHOULD
although he held the book far from his frequently ran "up country"
day and found his uncle hang- that his heart was too heavy to be mov-
whose muscles
i iI ,Offlo. ,108and110 EastGovernment. I Papers on Saloon Trains spectacle-less eyes usually
I Ing the in front of the
strained valiantly in the effort to prove over picket fence
* i Phone> 38. and at all|| News Stands. I
the youthfulness of their.owner. house waving: his hat in hilarious wel- mi/

lie towered above two rows of very ,come. But the following morning when

PENSA.OOLA, FLORIDA:, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH %. 1906 little boys whose childish treble was he arrived he was surprised to find the I HAVE A BANK ACCOUNT
lost in their teacher's bass. They faced I fence deeertc, the door closed and the

two rows of very little girls whose pre- blinds I shut lIe traveled the length of i

A Salvage Corps cola Journal to tell the origin of the siding genius sang In a small musical { the house before discovering the disconsolate % 1
name "Prlscus" 'tome by the Carnival soprano, while one hand made hurried householder sitting in a round I
For Human W reeks. king of the Pensacolians, and The excursions to her bonnet to assure her- shouldered heap on' a broken chair
Journal says that the origin is a s ys- self of its angle to the back of her which decorated the back porch. I'b I j I It stimulates thrift and independence.
issue The Tribune
In a recent Tampa Probably the old Latin king,
tery. waist to push down her belt to her "Hello here!" cried Wilson In a ringing .
calls attention to the mental Tarqulnius Prisons! or the elder Tar- 1 and consideration
throat to ascertain the relations exist- hearty voice. "What are you up I Every care, courtesy -
snit physical wrecks that make bus!. quln. was in the mind of the man who Vii" ,Uj
suggested that name, and was intendod ing between her collar and tie. to back here, I should like to know?" histmi is given to women who transact

s" mess for the :police courts and sug to signify that 'Pnscus was the first All these movements were largely reflected "Wilson," said Ensign partially unfolding their banking business with us.
Bests a remedy for handling ,these in the as he the other's hand
of his dynasty; and that his race eyes ef Ensign Beebe as gripped
cases that to not unworthy ot consideration reached back to the earliest known be sang lustily "And before I'd (indistinct "I ain't en joyln' myself." 1 We extend a right cordial. invitationto

by humanitarians. The' times. If so,, it is a name of more roar) my Saviour I'd lay me (con- Wilson dropped on the edge of the LIVt
HYibune says: than ordinary depth of meaning. fused mixture of consonants) and die." porch and leaned against a post. "Why call and open an account"with us.

HaTe you ever visited the police Many thanks. The reign of the In an unguarded moment he allowedhis not?" he asked breezily. "Sick?"

wconrt I in Tampa or any largo city and original Prisons wag a little beforo gaze to wander in the direction of "No." returned Ensign solemnly"no -

''watched! the men and women who our time, but we have firmly believed the little girls. The next instant he not sick In my bones, only in my
(were brought before It tor its rough rolled his eyes about apprehensively to feelin's!"
all along that either the ancient
end rapid justice? You will see that see If he had been observed. The gig Wilson whistled. He was not accustomed -

&n altogether normal looking person Register or Grandma Advertiser could gles from a class of sixteen-year-old to seeing his favorite relativeIn l I FIRST NATIONAL BANK{
I la an exception. The majority are In tell as all about it if they were not this
girls left him in no doubt. Immediately despondent condition. 1
;oms )way peculiar abnormal sick or
,
too bashful to epea& out.
"What under the Is ? he
+ (eccentric. a wave of blood rolled upward canopy up

Here is boy of 10 years oM arrested Secretary Taft says he wants workon through his long neck and submergedhis demanded. R..",,_ OF PENSACOLA FLA.
for, being drunk: and disorderly. His face until its passage being dis- "Everybody Is"- Ensign's tone was
the canal to proceed as soon as 'W H.KKOWLKS. Prea VT.K.: HTB,Jn.V..Prea. and CsMer!
(!head is misshapen his mouth hangs puted by his high cheek bones, it overflowed rueful. "That's the trouble. Every- "ZiIZZXB: : GKET.P HE: CM.&nnm. T. W. BRENT ADd W N.ROBERTS, Asst.Caehter.DrazcToaL ..
open his expression is vacant A doctor every liar is heard from. The gentle- his ears and nose In a glowing body is up right early attendln'. to my ed that'far. It was beginning to rain C. Brent. W. .,.. Blouat. W. H. Knowles, W. K. BIer Jr.,
would flna' him diseased, and an :ananon-thMid himself will probablybe affairs. D. a.Brent.
flood.When and the unhappy traveler, after wan-
alienist would discover that he iwas heard from several times before A '
more the school was dismissed Ensign gleam of understanding shot Into the few

4 mentally presumes insufficient.that he The is law a normal, however the work,is well under way. writhing to the depths of his sensitive Wilson's eyes. "It's Mrs. Grey," he dering blocks, aimlessly'sought shelter up in avenue a restaurant a ,:11!", =",

:person, and the Judge( who is neither soul hastily dodged the hanging said simply. and:established himself dismally at a __ ,_ _H __ _
Castro and the Sultan of :Moroccoare lamps and strode out into the church- Ensign nodded. "Yes. It's Lizzie
+ a physician alienist sends him corner table.
nor an ,
about neck and neck in T.K. WILLZS.Vic&.PMSITDE-IT
the race yard. Here he was promptly waylaidby Grey. L. HILTON GRXKN,PBMIDMT.K.
to the chain-gang to punish him. .
He ordered more dinner than he could DSHHXLU CABBlir }IANSJ'IKW MORJtNOAU.Cu nka,
The next person is a girl accusedof for the honor of being. the Champion a brother whose zeal outran his discretion He extended his feet to the edge of eat. paid his bill and eat on, heedless of M.

disorderly conduct She is nerve Trouble !W -odttcer.sus and whose wit fell short of the porch and clasped his hands over the exasperation of the waiters The Citizens National Bank, 1
ously twisting her fingers together both. his vest announcing darkly: "Wilson
' afternoon passed. The proprietor of C(Penlleola, Florid.,
her eyes! are dialated and her cheeks ;t H H. "Hello. Ensign! It can't'be that there's goInT to be a,big change hero the place looked him over, concluded be :J:1rootor.: .

!have an unnatural flush. She is. probabyi you're bavin very prom 8in' weatherup shortly-a' bjg change. There's got to was sober and went away. Geo.W WrJtrht, JlorrU iJair.. T. K. Wall
in the first stages of GOOD AND BAD .
consump- ROADS. # your way these days or else you and be. I'll leave It to you that there'sthings After supper he seized his umbrella :l&lx M. HoWnson L.HlUoa Oreea.
tion. But she too is treated as a *
BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
B\NK1NO
Lizzie would be comm' to church in a a man'ea t stand forever." -ENEIUL
his
turned trousers
heroically one
:normal: person, and there is no one Miami Metropolis. s: up
to administer either to her body ,or double rig. "For Ins* iQer eoul. She has broken the law and i-I! It was a' speech he had rehearsed to "Well th !re'a church. I've got to approaching darkness. As he plodded
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she is punished according to the letter himself carefully for'an hour, and the give It up""You down the avenue he summed up his aft E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier. ]%,
t of the law. men around him loudly, appreciated it. give up church" cried the ernoon's meditations In one half heart tJ f s. REESE, President.ISiCbIi'Sti Vice-President. .
Here again are four mere boys! arrested !Bad roads are a heavy tax on any all save its victim. He gave- one wild other In genuine surprise. "Why, ed sentence l "I wrote though if 'twas .0. ,R. :

in clumsily attempting to rob community. Good roads cost every glance in the direction of Mrs. Lizzie uncle, yon'd'6e'' a fish out of water agreeable to both I" I THE 'PEOJllJ"S.BANK: : (Of PENSACOLA. i
.r a store. It is easily seen that their state .in the Union :
thousands of dol- who with skirts carefully'raised. Sunda'S ,
intelligence is at least 50 cent be- was ( On toward Irving street he walked Directors:--L. J. R-eves, J. &. Reese, W. Dee Kessler. R. M. Gary, J
d flow ghe! average. If they per have a lars annually, ;while good roads Increase approaching her carriage, and then "Yea, slr'ee.rye stood church gola' slowly, watching the moving feet of his .W. A. D'AIemherte, T. Jennings, J. J.. Hooton. <
moral sense it has been very much ob- the price of farm land and settle stammering, "It-it-the weather Is"- now as long as I can. I'll leave it to fellow pedestrians, all that was visible I > TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. $

ecured. It may be possible to send up the country, furnish means of drove hastily away, followed by good you. I set right back of her. If I look beneath his overhanging umbrella. < > YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITEDcfeOO etifNNNN111
l come of them to a reformatory, but ass transportation and develop the coun- natured roars. at her the idiots up la the choir giggle Presently be found himself following a ... ..................... ......Q4+..4ft

a rule they would --be sent to the chain try. A mile from the church he drew rein and say I cant keep my eyes off her. black skirt whose damp hem slapped ___,-----_- _._ .

I. gang. There are so many still -waiting Discussing the lvalue of good roads in front of a barn which had its counterpart If I dent loot at her they say I dejectedly against reluctant heels.. He

s, to be beard that not much time across the road. Hastily stall- darcaaL fTJft either -.ny-I, well, you drew nearer. A black gloved hand appeared -
Maryland the Baltimore Sun ==- Jn Massey,
says: R
,i can be given to them. know how my face,gets Wilson, and holding a heavy bag. Ensign's wr.C.-.A-- .;x;. : S Sect
;We believe the time has come when "Practical men testify that they haul. me fifty yeans old;" heart suddenly pounded in his throat. Wholesale and Retail Dealer m

there should sit beside every Police twice as much on good roads as on Wilson nodded and refrained from He raised his umbrella in trepidation Steam Domestic Anthracite
:Judge a physician and an expert in bad and In half the time, with less! smiling."In and beheld the plump figure of Mrs. COAL
mental diseases, when the whole aim and Blacksmith
wear and tear on team and wagon.i i Sunday school its Just as bad. Lizzie.
of the should
and purpose 'police court
Office-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
be changed from an instrument of Farms in Howard county on the turnpikes .i Our classes are close together and One long stride placed him beside her
punishment into a clinic for cure. are ,said to be worth twice as facia' each other, with a parcel of with Irving street forgotten. fA Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 37: .0\I

For many years yet the professional much as those on the country roads.I. pesky gigglin girls one side of us." ""Lizzie Grey!" he exclaimed, with a'
criminal win, probably have to be "A Prince ( r There was a paude and a long sigh. joyful ring in his tone.
dealt with according to the ancient George's county farmer l aV Still Wilson faced his uncle soberly "Is that you, Ensign?" quavered a
usage, but toy in every police court states that land in his neighborhoodsells Professional Director
"And bock here home It's just the tired voice. OPERA HOUSE ?
,the majority of the persons arraigned at from $12 to $30' an acre, same with her across the road and The little umbrella was closed, the _
need a doctor more than they need aJudge. whereas near restville/in.
In the same some neighbor other at door THOS. PEBLEY
or every baggage changed hands, and Lizzie, ONE NIGHT ONLY I ,
There neede to be a separation of county, "Where the roads are better, and window around us, watchln' to giving a sigh deep with content tucked LAW REAL, ESTATE LOANS AN3:)
the unfortunate from the merely cnmInal. land brings: from $40 to $100 an acre. see what I'm. up to. If I set out in her fingers beneath his arm. No one Friday March 2. COLLECTIONS-

t As each individual case is look- Good roads increase the demand for front they tell me I better not wear noticed them no one smiled at them PALAFOX AND ROMANA.

t ed into with kind' and scientific thoroughness land and raise its price by attracting u out my own porch so long as there's and Ensign arose to his full height America's Premier Player.Playwright. PHONE 659.T .

the proportion of the Inezcuoable population, while bad roads repel 1 another waithV for me. If I set back mentally and physically. '
and hopeless criminals will newcomers keep out here, some one who hasn't got enough "I'm' all tuckered out" sighed Mrs. Richard CarlePresents
1 become smaller and smaller, and we capital, discourage business of his"own to attend to starts Lizzie, with tears In her voice. She
io.
. I shall have/ more hospitals end fewer enterprise,. cause intelligent farm I the story that she's give me the mit- drew unconsciously nearer Ensign and ,Himself In His Latest YATES M.D 0 0,1
afle. ers to leave and lower the value of ten." pushed her hand farther under his arm. Farcical Operatic ,

a If a bin now pending 'before the both land and crops. Goon roads save ::: When he spoke' 'again: his tones were "It's a rainy day to get around in," OPTICIAN
much time the value of whichIt THE' MAYOR
money f unmistakably stubborn. "I've made he responded brilliantly. Ills manner
(Mississippi legislature becomes law 306 THIESEN BVILOIM
a is hard to measure. It is estimatedthat np my mind, Wilson, to be quit of this contained all the rays of the hidden
Jt wfll be literal for people to part our Maryland farmers, having foohn'. Ill show folks that I'm not sun. for his thoughts were taking a OF TOKIO !III -

their: hair in the middle in that state. 4,852,390 acres! farm land, haul ma- gee-ed: and hawed around as easy as daring but happy flight"I H. T. CRAWFORD,

{After it is knocked out the gentleman terial and products at an average cost they think for{ I'll give 'em somethin guess it is," returned Mrs. Lizzie. II A Scintillating AladdiniU.keAchievement of { REAL ESTATE.

rvrho. Introduced it should be made to of $l.74 haul TTKKTt HE WAS FCOltPTLY WAYLAID. to talk, about all their lives, I'll be "How far do you go?" Ensign asked,
a in the MIRTH. COL-
aggregate $8,- LIFE, BEAUTY, COLOR, MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS
part, his hair in the middle in order 600,000 a year. If by means of good- lug his horse, he entered the house a blamed if I d u'U"! and her reply brought him down from I Two Carloads of Scenic and LECTED.
that he : be able to remain When his uncle first unfolded his his Joyful height"Oh
may on an roads they reduce this cost of haul few rods beyond. The house also had I Costume Splendor.See ? .
!even keeL its counterpart across the road. plan Wilson was amused. Later he be- it's only a little ways-just to the "Dabbing Peanut Ballet" 414 THIESEN BUILDING.
ing one-half, their annual saving would): came alarmed. He argued and remon- 'Irving street. My niece telegraphedme I Pensacola Ha.
< Clouds of dust down the turnpike announcedvthe I Dainty Geisha Girls, Blue Ribbon ,
be some $4,300,000. To be added to strated In "I'll be of their this afternoon
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The House Committee on Agriculture more leisurely home going vain quit that a-a-some one I Beauty Chorus.PRICES50. __ --9
has knocked out the Sacred allowance -the direct 'benefit of the farmer from of his brother churchmen. Usually on _foelln, I will," was all the reply he received wants to see me tonight so I had to cents to $1.50.

for free seed distribution. good road: is tho indirect benefit of a fine day Ensign was wont to sit out and when the stage bore him come off in a hurry." Secure seats early.

JJuet wait till the backnoods Increased travel through the countryby on his porch within a stone's-throw of away in the afternoon he was pledgedto "Why, I am going, to Irving street
congressmen carriages bicycles, etc., easier social the other porch and exchange greetingswith aid and abet his unhappy relative.. myself," Ensign faltered and then add-
get a crack at that agricultural intercourse, diminished sense ofisolation the passersby but today be shut So quickly did he fulfill his pledge ed In a jerky tone, 20L" !All Week, II DM March

appropriation bin with free seeds and a cessation of that prac- his front door, closed the blinds, opened .that the weeIt:.was not yet ended when'Ensign There was a quick movement under :Starting. DAY 5th
s eliminated. received Scranton withan his arm. "Why there's where
imprisonment during bad weather the slats and sat behind them in a a daily I'm go I
advertisement heavily marked in ing. My niece lives there P cried
which makes country life objectionable state of gloom without and within. Mrs. THE FAMOUS
The Tampa Tribune serves formal to many. persons, especially Mrs. Lizzie soon arrived at the house blue pencil. On the margin was scribbled Lizzie. P.a

notice that Tampa is the first city InFlorida. women." opposite and disappeared into the barn "Have made inquiries and bear An idea occurred"simultaneously to
Here's another chance for Bad roads are a continual tax 0':1the with her hors Ensign ducked his she is an estimable woman." both and they stopped short. Mrs. GAGNONPOLLOCKSTOCK

the St."Augustine Record man to rise good community.schools, good They prices operate for against farmlands head in shame at the sight He. had The advertisement read: Lizzie's shoes lingered In a muddy

taken care of her horse ever since her Wanted.-A position aa housekeeper or pool, while Ensign's broad back barred
'.p and de/ena' the ancient city. profitable farming., easy communication COMPANY.The
t and general improvement husband's death, but only the day be- companion by a competent woman with the path of a man racing home to din- .
good references. Address 201 Irving street
The president having officially Nothing costs Florida: so much as bad fore in the blacksmith's shop he had Scranton. Pa. ner. The man recoiled damaged in Greatest Popular Priced Show DR.J.H.MOCKDental
roads. been speech and, feelings but Ensign was
rallied Ensign
on his gallantry "Ah -
the greatest fight Ensign studied the little
recognized Togo as paragraph as unconscious of the En Tour,
,, of modern times Admiral I see you've taken possession of he sat at the little table, his feet braced impact""Then
er Dewey te.R.>> tt"'H UH t'other barn already,soon" accused the it's your advertisement! EnsIgn NEW PLAYS, NEW SPECIALTIES,
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and "Fighting Bob" should start blacksmith of Pennsylvania Dutch origin against the wall beyond. "Housekeeper cried, with such a ring of relief-: in NEW FACES. Surgeon.Crown .
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I s "Money'' Is like powder-it $ or companion he mused aloud and
teaches Sunday school classes. and the remark was rankling yetThe his tone'that Mrs. Lizzie moved hastilyon. ,
?y has no power until set off." ;eBeecher Browns rolled along, one hone planted his forefinger on the latter although her own voice sounded Monday,Night and Bridge Work a SpecialtyPainless
p \ ord. It had but one meaning for him.
when Koch arrived his Satanic half behind other. Their brighter as she returned "Hotel Extracting of TeetH.!
a length the Topsy.'Turvey.nPopular
ab But.to merely "set oft powder Presently he uncovered the term and
Majesty probably handed: him a bun big wagon was full of smiling faces "And :you answered it? 28i% S. Palafox St.
or money, is not to make either 4; looked at it thoughtfully. Ills face did
- die of sUcks and package of sulphur is serve a purpose. And of the & turned toward the closed slats. Every not express unalloyed joy. He arose Ensign wabbled his umbrella Joyful prces-10, 20 and 30 cent. 7 and 9 Old Armory Building.

t ,And told him to start one of his own. s two things-In reckless hands & smile touched a weak'spot in Ensign's and gazed mournfully through the ly into the eye of a passing policeman. Phone 1077.
-powder Is rather less dangerous. armor. "Makin' a lot of fool comments closed blinds at the house opposite. ,"If I'd only known you was back of it Ladles Free Monday Night Usual --
r iI!< & on her and me, I suppose," he muttered I'd not felt like as if I was attendln' conditions ,
.1 The high financiers missed the opewrtnnity ss If, in business ventures of and then felt the blood surge over'bis Mrs.milk Lizzie was on her way to the barn my own funeral day, I can. tell your ened Lizzie. "Ensign Beebe,"she began ,MONEY TO LOAN.
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of a lifetime when they any sort, you are ready to "set face. He,writhed in anguish of soul at Such pail a sudden hand.hatred of that other Mrs Lizzie increased her speed indignantly, 7ou- Barely didn'f The Mercantile Mortgage Comps:twill

Japed to corner the cemeteries ofJRusda. off"some'moneyd # the six feet four blushing. But the harder "estimable woman" arose In Ensign"breast "Folks tongues was that upsetting." thInk"- loan you money on your no'*'

r : : SET IT OFF' IN THE # he writhed the redder his face be- that she began confusedly, "that I thought Ensign Interrupted In a voice suddenly hold furniture, pianos, organs, e!e..
he precipitately gathered
FORM OF PUBLICITY sE came. if I could get a place as housekeeper or resolute. ---rm" thlnkln hard without publicity on easy weekly 01

:A: recent issue of the Mobile Regis- in which It reaches its greatest Mrs. Grey came out on her porch together Lizzie's pen, paper and should ink before Mrs. companion to some nice lady"- enough now, Lizzie that 'beta a companion monthly payments.

ljter contained the following: sic power- ; & and sat down comtortably. She was a obscure the-advertisement.pleasant face It entirely "Nice ladyP exploded Ensign "companion to a' nice)lady ain't the MERCANTILE MTGB. CO,
plump wholesome restful woman.who was pure to a nice lady, tints I want yon_tp_take1* --- titusr 21b* S. Palafox St. ;;,
S A correspondent asks tha Pensa- H i--J. .i- obstinacy; which drove his_ pen as 'he : TEIURUAN. MrPAG -
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__ LEFT: IT TO HER. NO ROOM. TO KICK MAMMA DIDN'T HEAR HI1L .;., ruined. Perhaps yon are not as much ofa
WHERE TREY DIFFER!: "
fool as you thought for.
Teacher-Johnny, how often. do jot Jlm-I suppose you kick a good deal Willie-Say, pop, .'p<>ee some bandits* "But I am." solemnly replied the other
-notbes don't make the man." want me to speak to you? about the way your flat Is heated. caught ma: would you pay a ransom to after taking a moment to think over it.
.Tint, and that' where man and worn41.r' Jack-How can a fellow kick much get her back? How now?""
Johnny-I'll leave It all to you teacher. when every time he tries It he stubs his Fatber-After they had her for week "I'm a fool for wanting to mate a foot
III : You know what I* best. toe? they would pay me to take her ct of myself!" JOE KERR.

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man. Isn't he?" queried the fellow with
his legs stretched across the aisle of the
street car of the old gentleman who waa
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"Me and me pard was walking along a (
v Long Island highway," said the tramp.
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II I bridge over a ravine had been smashed I
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I and then I Bays to Jim: ,''
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,,;) anything" 'It', always' throwing us over tbefenceand 1 )

,, saving our climbing/ says he. i- 'V4'7q
. fellow with his legs stretched Then we ought to stand here and give

) across the aisle of the street ear. the first one warning, for that's a bad .
, hole for one of them to fall Into. There '-*
In the United States who want to kill;; the comes one now at the rate of 40 miles an
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r "Three or four, perhaps" "I ran down the road a bit and stood l1WEARI G MAD.

, "And how many men do you think there and waved my old, bandana as a Clara-My husband girl me fire cents every time he swears .
there are who want me blotted. off the warning, but the driver\ held straight for Jennie-I suppose you keep him mad all the time s
down if 1
me and yelled that he'd run me
face of the earth?" didn't take a skate. I took one, and the

-. "Dear me, but I can't say," answered next minute I heard smash c TAKING CHANCES.There
AFTER HIS BUTTON. the old gentleman. he rubbed his hands .JlinmJe, old boy,* I says as I walks .
back to the broken Bridge, ls the auto
"And so the professor has at last discovered missing. link. Where did he together. r were two politicians occupying come, do yon!" asked the farmer as he
"Over 20 and more coming down there
sir
everyday
find It?" the same seat In the smoking car and turned around.
"Under the bureau I understand" !" exclaimed the other In a tone of 'She Is.damage Tom.7* talking together: and In the seat ahead "I haven't the slightest doubt of It. my
pride, "and don't that prove sir-don't 'Any was a farmer. Presently'one of the men man."
that prove that I am a bigger man than "Busted all to .pieces and three people "TVTed my eid bandana a. a said: "And will it affect us?"
the President I klllPd... warning." "Don't yon think that China Is the slow "It Is certain to. more or less."
Then we'll wander along with ('leanton.clenl"fll.
I '- "Lord! Lord!" gasped the old gentleman We thought that perhapswe been a mile further down the road and and fashioned country the newspapers The man of toll turned back and
: speak of. She la having her armies of. thought things for few minutes and
0are for being kind over a
owed the auto one BO
as he rose to get off the car, "but .. cold Tit
up I' farmer's wife for
asking some
.. :., .. -- -. and condescending to us. but It seeing fleered by the best military talent In the then wheeled to say:
if. : what a winter this has been for philosophy that we was mistopkd ought to have tles." JOE KERtt. world, and she Is arming with the latest "WelL I think I'll take my chances. I
\ /:. Th e water: whos Y ourstw !" JOE KERR. muskets and artillery. I tell you. she will am In the pickle business. Pickles ought

t.. to command be heard from within another decade." to be worth $3 a bar!, but they are cell
_"Do you think she will bring on an tug for 23 cents less. 1 guess I'll bang
Jrilke: m :ny eabn The Power of the PressWe other war?" was asked en, war or no war, 'till they come up to
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.v.? lay es: r my flgger. Burn a man who hasn't got
.... to see a war between China and Baa-
) Jn 'Vb4 lhal: e-Hp inthehand had the editor of a weekly paper elm within another decade.' some sporting blood In his veins."

with us on part of the Journey across "So you think another war la bound t* JOE KERR.

North Dakota by team, and at one Tillage

vd&,, I? worth two i pr'on hotel the landlord found out what an .; 5
honored guest he had and refused to
:b Lra..C"e" charge him any bilL. The editor returned
hU thanks and we were about ready to
leave when the landlord beckoned him
aside and said"Stranger :
being an editor you can do ?t
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and I wish you'd fix it up for me to go to .
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governor, and If I get the place I'll be .
HB HAD SO FEW; She proud of her foot. .
anconkiaa hanged If I don't subscribe to three copies He-Mast Susie Is very In the family I Ethel.-I tear that I have .broken..Fred'a teart. ? "
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with a brick yesterday and. I Became of and cash In advance!**, .. .. t bat more than extend thm.. m.
Ie-.I! 1"81 hit on the head your paper pay ; Srho lo her band..- .: Edith-I guess yon don nothing .
\ .. but I loon regained my eeasea! JOE KERB. HetTHerJfather has discouraged about 13 fellow': *:. aspired .. '- ". >:'- ., .... .. -' -

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fcSNKaH IUH $ IIi composed a letter addressedlo 301: Irving : .


&, $t tknitoIa JOUfnal i 1 The Journal's Daily ,Short Story f To Miss street or: Mrs. --: M c..w E..CURK.LAMAR,VIce-Presldeet President and Cashier. L JOHN W. ANDREWS PFEIFFER, Assistant Assistant Cashier'CI'h'*,

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Dear Madam-I notice an ad In
= : 1 f Scranton Press of some one there who
would keep house or become a comI I THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
of Beebe. 1 1I at this time to
; : DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY._ | The Retreat, Ensign panion.make known I take my the wants.liberty I have a house OF PIN9ACOIA. fLM. ,

-all furnished that I would be glad to ret

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAYTHEJOURNALCOMPANY. BY.ALICE UOUISE LEE. | a woman to keep and would take such to a DESIGNATED _DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
agreeable
one for a companion if it was
....BY... S Copyright, 1905 by Alice, Louise Lee. g ootn I win be there tomorrow evening 'fi CAPITAL:STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $60,003.
to see if it would be.

% H *#* *** fl $ "$ :* $ h. When'he arose the following morninghis ,_ ,"" DIRECTORS.

mood was no darker than the sky. '
,L.; Covlngton,. Frank Rellly, F. E. Browner,
i BEEBE turned to Hymn shadowed'1>/'none" dVit husband He ate breakfast gloomily, furled his Henry *' W. 8. Ro&asco, c.w. Lamar
Pfeiffer ,
FRANK L. MAYES, President and General Manager. ENSIGN gathered himself together and was smiling etill. great cotton umbrella and boarded the J.Bryan[ Dunwody: ., T. F. McGourin, J. R. Sounders,

arose. It was a process Everyone liked the placid comfortable stage. Even his obstinacy was endan- A. M. MCI)" .W. H. Milton O. E. Maura,
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worthy of note a gradual unfolding cheerful Lizzie. Every one liked gered as he looked back and saw Mrs. W. L. Cewthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzIe Oertlna,

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. as it were, of bone and muscle the big hearted,' generous Jovial En- :' Lizzie her sleeves rolled above her Alex.McGowln.. C. M. Covlngton:! M. E. Clark.

Joint by joint until the result stood six sign. As a result every one was cheer round elbows standing In the midst! of

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. feet four, LL substantial feet firmly fully coutribnting to the misery of I her chickens scattering grate. Accounts of Bankslndividu.IsCOrporatlonsand, -Firms Solicited.

planted on the floor of the Sunday both.: As the train bore him farther and farther Four cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
One Tear.$5 00 ,One Month........ ........ 45 school room, his bare crown brushingthe After the last vehicle had passed be from the carping tongues of his per .

Six Months............... 2 50 One Week................ 10 cobwebs from the celling. arose and .went about his solitary din- neighbors Mrs. Lizzie loomed larger
Three Months...... ....... 1 25 Weekly Edition, rear$1 00 hIs mind's until it
Ills heavy bass voice rumbled againstthe ner. "It'll come worse than pulliu eye- and larger in eye

windows an unintelligible roar inkIng teeth" he said aloud. "But Wilson can I was with a' feeling of positive homesickness

The Only Pentacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed the place of any word which he manage it if anybody can." that he strode through the station -

t Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. failed to see distinctly. Such worufless I Wilson Beebe a young Scranton lawyer I at Scranton and out on Lackawanna r

sounds were becoming more frequent, I was Ensign's idol and confidant avenue. He had Intended to go directly -

although he held,the book far from his i lie frequently ran "up country" fop a to Wilson's office, but he found I EVERY WOMAN SHOULD
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Offices,108 and 110 East Papers on Saleon Trains spectacle-less eyes_, whose muscles day and usually found his uncle hanging that: his heart was too heavy to be mov
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A strained valiantly in the effort to prove over the picket fence in front of the
Phone 38. all News 5t.nds.
Government. and at [ I
the youthfulness of theirowner.He house waving his hat in hilarious wel

towered above two rows of very come. But the following morning when ;

PENSACOUA. FLORm.A: Y :MO&UNTNG MATICII 2. 1906 little boys whose childish treble was he arrived he was surprised to find the EI1tt I HAVE ABA'NK ACCOUNT

lost in their teacher's bass. They faced 1 I fence desertod. the door closed and the

two rows of very little girls whose presiding blinds: shut He traveled the length of j

A Salvage Corps I cola Journal to tell the origin of tho genius sang in a small musical the house before discovering the des, %trJ 17

name "Prll>cus" borne by the Carnival t-oprano while one hand made hurried consolate householder sitting in a round ? I

For Human W reeks.In i I king of the Pensacollans and The excursions to her bonnet to assure herself shouldered heap on a broken chair 1 1j j
Journal says that the origin is a mys of Its angle to the back of her which decorated the back porch. :' 1i i 1 It stimulates thrift and independence.

a recant issue The Tampa Tribune tery. Probably the old Latin king, waist to push down her belt to her "Hello, here!" cried Wilson In a ringIng 1I
calls attention to the mental Tarquinius Priscus. or the elder Tar- 1 Every care, courtesy and considera-
hearty voice. "What
throat to ascertain the relations existing are you up dit I
who
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-wrecks that make quln. was In the mind of the man
antf 'physical business to back here is to who transact
suggested that name, and was intended between her collar and tie. I should like to know? tion given women
for the police coorta, and suggests All these movements ""'116011." said Ensign, partially unfolding with
I. to signify that'Priscus' was the first were largely reflected their banking business us.
a remedy for handling ,these of his dynasty, and that his race in the eyes of Ensign Beebe as as he gripped the other's hand, I

cases that i fe not unworthy at consideration reached back to the earliest known :, he sang lustily. "And before I'd (indistinct "I ain't en joyin' myself." 1 We extend a right cordial. invitationto

fcy humanitarians. The times. If so,, it is a name of more roar) my Saviour I'd lay me (con- Wilson dropped on the edge of the
JTribune says: than ordinary depth of meaning. fused mixture of consonants) and die." porch! and leaned against a post "Why call and open an account' with us.

Hare you ever visited. the police Many thanks. The reign of the In an unguarded moment be allowedhis not?" he asked breezily. "Sick?" I .'

Icoort to Tampa or any large city and original Priscoe 'WaS a little before gaze to wander in the direction of "No," returned Ensign solemnly"no -

twatched the men and women who our time, but we have firmly believed the little girls. The next instant he not sick in my bones, only in my
Mere/ brought before It for its rough rolled his eyes about apprehensively to feelln's!
all along that either the ancient
and rapid justice? You will see that see if he had been observed. The giggles Wilson whistled. He was not accustomed
fen altogether normal looking persons Register or Grandma :Advertiser could from a class of sixteen-year-old to seeing his favorite relativein FIRST NATIONAL BAtJK

an exception. The majority are in tell as all about it if they were not girls left him in no doubt. Immediately this despondent condition.

jBome way peculiar, abnormal side oreccentric. too bashful to ,peak oat a wave of blood rolled upward "What under the canopy Is up 7' he .
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long submergedhis
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face until its''\ disputed i "Everybody is" Ensign's tone was
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tor being drank and disorderly. His '
the canal to VT H.x KITOWI.M,Prea Vf.K.HTJIlI.fa.,V.-Pres. and CasMer.!
proceed as
!!bead is misshapen, his mouth hangs as soon by his high cheek bones. it overflowed rueful. "That's the trouble. Every- "r.l'fy.jK: OBEY!r HE! axctiLntTfl. T. W. BREST and W N.ROBERTS, Asst.Ca.hier*.
every liar is heard from. The gentle- body is right attendln' to Dm.crom-I' a Brent W. A.. Hloont. \V. H. Knowles, W. E. Hyer Jr.,
open)' Ms expression: is vacant A doc his ears and nose in a glowing up early my ed that far. It was beginning to rain, D. O. .
tor would him and ouan-on-thelid himself will probablybe affairs.:' _
float: diseased an flood.When and the unhappy traveler, after wan- .BreD'7
alienist would discover that he 'was heard from several times more before the school was dismissed Ensign A gleam ef understanding shot into dering aimlessly up the avenue a few-

9 dentally insufficient The law. how the :work is well under way. writhing to the depths of his sen- Wilson's eyes. "It's Mrs. Grey," he blocks Bought shelter in a restaurantand .
ever, presumes that he is a normal sitive soul hastily dodged the hanging said simply. -
established himself dismally at a -- -
person, and the (Judge, who Is neither I Castro and the of Moroccoare
Sultan
lamps and strode out Into the church- Ensign nodded. "Yes. It's Lizzie table.
a physician nor an alienist sends him corner T. K. WILLIS.Vici,PEISITDEXT
to the chain-gang to punish him. I about neck and neck in the race yard. Here he was promptly waylaidby Grey. He ordered- more dinner than he could I*..HILTON M.JS IIBJUu.OREKK: .CAiHIXJT PmisiBMT.K. ,,JI.uSI'UU.D, MORENO,Aa C.u HII.

"The next person is a girl accusedof for the honor of being the Champion a brother whose zeal outran his discretion He extended bis feet to the edge of eat paid his bill and eat on, heedless of

disorderly conduct She is nervously !! Trouble (Producer. and whose wit fell short of the porch and clasped his hands over the exasperation of the waiters. The Citizens National Bank,

twisting her fingers together both. his vest:, announcing darkly; "Wilson, afternoon passed. The proprietor of of Pen..cola Florida,
1 her eyes are dlalated and her cheeks tf- ".. "lIen(). Ensign! It can't be that there's goia 'to be abig change hero the place looked him over, concluded he 7 iroosorseOeo.W -

i bare an unnatural flush. She is, probe you're bavin1 very promisin weatherup shortly-a' big change. There's got to was sober and went away. Wright: UorrU dart T. Eo Wall
abyl in the first stages of consump- iGOOD AND BAD ROADS. 0$ your way these days or else you and be. I'll leave It to yon that there'sthings After supper he seized his umbrella KU M. RoWnsoa,' L.Ethos Oreo.
tion. But she, too, is treated as a -ENERM.: .- B\NK1NQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Lizzie would be comm' to church in a a man'can't' stand forever. heroically, turned up his trousers one
normal person and there is no one & Miami :Metropolis. & "
S. to administer 'either to her body ,or ep double rig "For insfwc r prompted Wilson. fold and splashed out into the rain and
I It was a speech he had rehearsed to "Well, there's church. I've'got to approaching darkness. As he plodded
eoul. She has broken the law and
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a oe..t.. .Oe.e. ..i ." ''HOO'NONiNNN'
she is punished according to the letter himself carefully for an hour, and the give it up." down the avenue he summed up his aft- t J S. REESE?, President., E. W. MBNEFEB Cashier. 1
t of the law. I I men around him loudly appreciated It, "You give' up church cried the ernoon's meditations in one half hearted f R, M. CART:; Vice-President. t

Here again are four mere 'boys arrested !Bad roads are a heavy tax on any all save Its victim. He gave one wild other In genuine surprise. "Why, sentence "I wrote, though, If 'twas : ,

1I 1 in clumsily attempting rob community. Good roads cost every glance in the direction of Mrs. Lizzie, uncle, ,'you' '6e a fish out of water agreeable to both!" THE PEOPLE'S. BANK, OF PENSACOLA.

a 'store. It is easily seen that their state .in the Union thousands of dollars who, with skirts carefully'raised was Sundays!I" On toward Irving street he walked Directors-L. J. -evea, J. S.. Reese, W. DeC. _Kessler. R. M. Gary :

Intelligence is at least 50 per cent be- annually, :while good roads Increase approaching her carriage and then "Yes, 51r'ee.l'ye stood church goin' slowly, watching the moving feet of his i. ,W. A. D'AlemJjerte, T. A.,Jennings, J. J. Hootcn :
flow
I i the average. If they have amoral the price of farm land and settle stammering. "It-it-the weather is"- now as long as I can. I'll leave it to fellow pedestrians all that was visible TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. J
it has been much ob
sense
scured. It be possible very! to send up the country, furnish means of drove hastily away, followed by good you. I set right back of her. It I look beneath his overhanging umbrella. YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED ?
may natured a,." " "OO.+Ot*.t
come of them to a reformatory, but asa transportation and develop the coun roars. at her the idiots up in the choir giggle Presently he found himself following a "t44f4t4

rule they would be sent to the chain- try. A mile from the church he drew rein and say I can't keep my eyes off her. black skirt whose damp hem slapped ,- -- -

gang. There are so many still waiting : iDiscuesing the lvalue of good roadsin in front of a barn which had its coun- If I dea't look at her they say I dejectedly against reluctant heels. He

to be beard that not much time terpart across the road. Hastily stall- darcant. Arifr; either 1\1y-1, well, :you drew nearer. A black gloved hand ap- ,.... ......:7'" ,.... .. tlno.M.ccsy.rr.s. ,
r Maryland the Baltimore Sun : R Iff.Cary,
1 can be given to them. I says know how my face,gets, Wilson and peared holding a heavy bag. Ensign's '-" .A...a-lI. ..&. '-" al Sec Y.
believe the time has come when 'Practical men testify that they haul: me fifty yearn old:" heart suddenly pounded in his throat Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia

theree should sit beside every Police twice as much on good roads as on I ._ Wilson nodded and refrained from lIe raised. his umbrella in trepidationand Steam Domestic, Anthracite

4 i, Judge physician' and an expert in bad: and. In half the time, with less 1 smiling."In beheld the plump figure of Mrs COAL
mental diseases, when the whole aim and Blacksmith
i wear and, tear on team and wagon.I Sunday school it's Just as bad. Lizzie. .
and purpose of the 'police court should Office-No. 43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93.
to changed from an Instrument of Farms in Howard"county on the turn Our classes are close together and One long stride placed him beside her I
Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 37?
Yard corner
punishment into a clinic for cure. pikes are said to be worth twice as facia' each otter, with a parcel of with Irving street forgotten.

For many years; yet the professional much as those on the country roads.I \ q pesky gigglln girls one side of us." ""Lizzie Grey:" be exclaimed,- with a' -

(criminal will, probably have to be "A There was a paude and a long sigh. joyful ring in his tone.
Prince '
dealt with according to the ancient George's county farmer I! '\ t ,b Still Wilson faced his uncle soberly., "Is that you. Ensign?" quavered a -
!usage but to-cfcy in every 'POlice court states that land in, his neighborhood i "And bock here home ifs Just the tired voice. OPERA HOUSE Professional! Director?
,the ,majority of the arraigned sells at from $12 to $30' an _
persons acre, same whit her across the road and ,The little umbrella was closed, the _
need & doctor more than they need aJudge. whereas near Forestville/in the same i some neighbor or other at every door baggage changed hands, and Lizzie. ONE NIGHT ONLY I THOS. PEBLEY,
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county "Where the roads are better, and window around us, watchla' to giving a sigh deep with content: tucked AND:)
There neede to be a separation of LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS
land brings from $40 to $100 an acre.: see what I'm. up to. If I set out In her fingers beneath his arm. No one Friday March 2. COLLECTIONS-

trim- Good roads increase tie demand for' front they tell me I better not wear noticed them, no one smiled at them, ,, PALAFOX AND ROM ANA.

I ed Into 'with kind and scientific thoroughness land and raise'its price by attracting' out my own porch so long as there's and Ensign arose to bis full height America's Premier Player-Playwright, PHONE 653.

the proportion of the inex- population:! while bad roads repel l.. another waitln for me. If I set back mentally and physically."I'm "
cu'able' and hopeless criminals will here some one who hasn't got enough all tuckered out." sighed Mrs. Richard Carle
become smaller and smaller, and we newcomers, keep out capital, discourage business of his-own to attend to starts Lizzie, with tears in her voice. She

fha.11 halve/ more hospitals and fewer enterprise! cause intelligent farmers I'u the story that: she give me the salt drew unconsciously nearer Ensign and Presents Himself In His Latest T G YATES MJLOPTICIAN D
I to leave lower Farcical Operatic ,
'&1.. and the value of ten." pushed her hand farther under his arm. ,

k both land and'crops Goo ii! roads save When he epoke'again his tones were' "1fs'a rainy'' day to get around In" ,
If a bin now pending "before the much time the value : THE MAYOR
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money of whichit r unmistakably stubborn. "I've made he, responded brilliantly. His manner 306 THIESEN BUtUJlGH
Mississippi legislature becomes a law is hard to measure. It is estimated up 'my mind, Wilson to be quit of this contained all the rays of the bidden

It 'will 'be illegal for people to parttheir that our Maryland farmers, having foolin'. I'll show folks that I'm not sun, for his thoughts were taking a OF TOKIO !

hair In the middle In that state. 4,852,390:! acres of farm land, haul material gee-ed and hawed around as easy as daring but happy flight"I lA Scintillating AladdinJLHte( H. T. CRAWFORD,

[After it is knocked out the gentleman and products at an average cost they think for,' I'll'give !em some thin' guess it is," returned Mrs. Lizzie. Achievement of REAL ESTATE.

rwho Introduced it should -be made to of HZBB HE WAS PKOHPTLY WATULUX to talk:, about all their lives, I'll be "How far do you go?" Ensign asked
$1.74 MIRTH. COU
haul COLOR RENTS
a in the aggregate $8- LIFE, BEAUTY, MONEY TO LOAN AND
part his hair in the middle in order 600,000 a year. If by means of good ing his horse, he entered, the house a blamed if I don'tr and her reply brought him down from Two Carloads of Scenic- and LECTED.
he be able remain few rods When his uncle first unfolded his his Joyful height Costume .
that may to on an beyond. The house also had Splendor.See
Even keel. roads they reduce this cost of hauling Its counterpart across the road. plan'Wllson was amused. Later he be- ""Oh, It's only a little ways-just to the "Dasihing Peanut Ballet," 414 THIESEN BUILDING.

one-half their annual saving would Clouds of dust down the turnpike an- came alarmed.; ,He argued and remonstrated Irving street My, niece telegraphedme 'Dainty Geisha Girls Blue RibbonBeauty Pensacola, Fla.
be some $4,300,000. To be added to nouncedvthe in vain. "I'll be quit of their this afternoon that a-a-some one Chorus.PRICE550.
The House Committee on Agriculture more leisurely home goingof
r l has knocked out the Sacred allowance -the direct benefit of the farmer from his brother churchmen. Usually on foelln', I will," was all the reply he received wants to see me tonight, so I had to cents to $1.50.

for free seed distribution. good roaa: is the indirect benefit of a fine day Ensign was wont to sit out and when the stage bore him come off in a hurry." Secure seats early

r increased travel. through the countryby on his porch within a stone's throw of away In the afternoon he was pledgedto "Why, I am going, to Irving street
j' Just wait till the backwoods congress aid and abet his unhappy relative._ myself" Ensign faltered and then add-
carriages bicycles etc. easier the other
social porch and exchange greetingswith .
men get a crack at that agricultural So quickly did he fulfill his pledge ed in a Jerky tone "201," All Week, March
intercourse diminished sense ofisolation the passersby today he shut y
Appropriation' bin with free seeds that the weekwas not yet ended whenEnsign There was a quick movement under MONDAY
and a cessation of that prac-- his front door, closed the blinds, open- Starting. 5th
eliminated. Imprisonment during bad weather ed the slats and sat behind them in a received a Scranton daily withan his arm. "Why, there's where I'm go-
advertisement marked in ing. My niece lives there f' cried Mrs.
which makes country life objectionable state of gloom without and within. heavily THE FAMOUS

!i The Tampa Tribune serves ,formal to many- persons. especially Mrs. Lizzie soon arrived at the house blue pencil. On the margin was scrIbbled Lizzie., P a

) notice that Tampa is the :first city in women." opposite and disappeared into the barn "Have made inquiries and bear An idea occurred simultaneously to GAGNONPOLLOCKSTOCK r
Bad roads are a continual tax on she is estimable 1
an woman. both and they stopped short Mrs.
Florida. Here's another chance for with her horse. Ensign ducked his
the community. They operate against The advertisement read Lizzie's shoes
t' : lingered In a muddy
the St. Augustine Record man to rise good schools, good prices for farmlands head in shame at the sight He had
Wanted.-A position a* housekeeper or pool while Ensign's broad back barred
taken her horse since herhusband's
of ever
care COMPANY.The
,. and defend the ancient city profitable farming, easy com
p companion by a competent woman with the of .
only the path a man racing home to dinner -
before
munication and general improvement death but day
good references. Address 201 Irving street;
; The president having officiallyrecognized Nothing costs Florida so much as bat] In the blacksmith's shop he had Scranton Pa. The man recoiled damaged in Greatest Popular Priced Show DR.J.H.MOCKDental
f roads. been rallied on his gallantry "Ah, Ensign speech and feelings. but Ensign was
,, Togo as the greatest fighter Ensign studied the little paragraph as unconscious of the impact" En Tour.

A of modern times, Admiral Dewey .. H H"H t'other. I barn see you've already taken soon."possession accused the of he sat at the little table, his feet braced "Then it's your advertisement! En-* NEW PLAYS, NEW SPECIALTIES,

and "Fighting Bob" should start # blacksmith of Pennsylvania Dutch origin against the wall"beyond. "Housekeeper sign cried, with such a ring of relief<< in NEW FACES. Surgeon.Crown .
1 teaches Sunday school; classes. S? "Money is like powder-It or companion, he mused aloud and his tone-that Mrs. Lizzie moved hastilyon
,- and the remark was rankling yet
'ght"Hotel
i. has no power until set off." planted his forefinger on the latter although her own voice sounded Monday and Bridge Work a Specialty
The
Browns rolled along, one horse
Beecher.. word.. It had but one meaning for him. Teeth.
arrived his Satanic half behind the other. Their brighter as she returned: Painless Extracting of
Neck: a length
When But to merely "set off powder Presently he uncovered the term and TopsY"TurveY.rr
Majesty probably haraa'ed him a bundle or money is not to make either 'i; big wagon was full'of smiling faces looked at it thoughtfully.' His face did "And you answered Itr Z&Yz S. Palafox St.
t of sticks and package of sulphur sF turned toward the closed slats. Every Ensign wabbled,his umbrella joyfully 7 and 9 Old Armory Building.
serve a purpose. And of the $ not express unalloyed Joy. He arose Popular Prices-10,20 and 30 cent
l' ,And told him to.start one of his own. two things-in reckless hands smile touched a weak-spot in Ensign's and gazed mournfully through the into the eye of a passing policeman. Phone 1071.
"If I'd known Ladles Free Monday Night Usual
-powder'is rather less danger- armor. "Matin' a lot of fool commentson closed blinds at the house opposite. only you was back of It i --
her he I'd not felt like as if I was attendln conditions. i
% and me, I suppose, mutteredand
The high financiers missed the opportunity 'ous.It Mrs. Lizzie was on her way to the barn funeral I ened Lizzie. "Ensign Beebe,"she be- MONEY TO LOAN.
day
id in business ventures of then felt the blood surge over-his milk in my own can tell your _
band.
is of a lifetime when they any sort you are ready to"set # face. He writhed In anguish of soul at Such pail a sudden hatred of that other ,Mrs. Lizzie increased her speed. gan indignantly, -you- surely dldn'f The Mercantile Mortgage CompanY

laCed to corner.. the cemeteries of err'some money- # the six feet four blushing. Bat the harder "estimable woman" arose in Ensign'sbreast "Folks' tongues was that upsetting" think"Ensign- will loan you money on your bogie

{JRusela. SET IT OFF IN THE $t he writhed the redder his face: be- she began confusedly, "that I thought interrupted in a voice suddenly hold furniture, pianos organs, ec. :';
r FORM OF PUBLICITY came. that he precipitately gathered If I could get a place as housekeeper or resolute.rni_ thinkin hard without publicity on easy weekly 01 r,

A recent Issue of the Mobile Regis- in_which it reaches, its great-$ Mrs. Grey came' out on ,her porch together Lizzie's: pen. paper face and should ink before :Mrs. companion' to some nice lady"- enough now, Lizzie, that'bern a companion monthly payments. i
pleasant entirely
est power} & and She '"Nice ladyr exploded to a nice MERCANTILE MTGE. CO.,
sat down comfortably. was a Ensign COmpanion )lady ain't the rttnatiou ,-
contained ,the following: obscure It
ljter plump, wholesome, restful woman who the-advertisement was pure to a nice lady!" want yon to taker --- tjjjjj'jjjjjj S. PalaXox St. 'J31
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S. A correspondent asks, the Pensa- H"" H$ :?a H Obstinacy which drove his pen as he E. H. THURMAN. Ms.i ?.
.. bad smiled' through a mar led fife ova nix tone jt') >? _UeU1enknll _ti i
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.. "When I think of 10 or 15 of thoM
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I have to eaU myself a fool.
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all done by contract and tree un ".-
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.__ LEFT IT TO HER. NO ROOM TO KICK.Jlm : MAMMA DIDN'T HEAR nut. : rained Perhaps yon are not as much ofa
WHERE THEY DIP'B'Elt.r'.Jtht's ., ._f fool aa yon thought for.'*
Teacher-J'ohJ1ny. how often do yon t -I suppose yon kick a good deal \'rlllle-S.y pop, 'pose some bandit. "But I am," solemnly replied the other
don't make the man." want me, to speak to yon! about the way yonr flat is teated.Jack caught raw; you pay a ransom to after taking a moment to think over It.'How .
Trnc" and that's where man and wom- Johnny I'll -How can a fellow kick much get her back? now?'
leave It all to you teacher. when every time he tries It he stubs his ; 'atht'I'-After they had her for a week ot" a fool for wanting to
ID 1f..r Too know what Is best. toe? they would pay me to take her back myself!" oElool ,

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"President Roosevelt Is a pretty big
man Isn't he?" queried the fellow with P
his legs stretched across the aisle of the r,
tUTN\ street car, of the old gentleman who was i
trying to look' as harmless and humble is ..
he could. 1
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Soubrette-At what age should a clergyman marry?

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and me pard was,walking along aLong
v Island highway," said the tramp,
. "when we comes to a. place where, a small
/ bridge over a ravine had been smashed if
down. We looks at the place for awhile J
I and then I says to Jim: ,lulu,
,, 'Jlmmle. old boy: do we owe the autoanythingX5

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, "It'a always throwing us over the fence '
, and saving our climbing says he. '
, The fellow with hU legs .tretchedacroa 'Then we ought to stand here and give 5 -
>> the aisle of the street ear. the first one, warning, for that's a bad
,. hole for one of them to fall Into. There
, In the United State. who want to kill the comes one now at the rate of 40 miles an
, President' hour.'
, Three or 'four. perhaps." "I ran down the road a bit and stood SWEARING MAD. ;R

"And how many men do yon think there and waved my old, bandana as a Clara-My hnttjand gives me five cents every time he swears
there are who want me blotted off the warning, but the driver' held straight for 'It ,.' Jennie-.-I suppose you keep him mad all the time
he'd down If I
me and yelled that run me
face of the earth?" didn't take a skate. I took one. and the

,- "Dear me, but I can't say," answeredthe next minute I heard smash TAKING CHANCES. A
AFTER HI S BUTTON. old gentleman as he rubbed his hands ."Jlmmle. old boy/ I says as I walks F
did I back to the broken bridge, '18 the auto
"And so the professor has at last discovered ,the missing. Unto Where be together. l' There were two politicians occupyingthe come, do your asked the farmer, aa be
"Over 20 sir and more coming down there
everyday turned around
and
find It? same seat In the smoking car
"Under the bureau I understand. !" exclaimed the other In a tone of 'Any'She II damage, Tom!* talking together, and In the seat ahead "I haven't the slightest doubt of It, my
pride "and don't that prove sir-don't was a farmer. Presently one of the men man."
that prove that I am a bigger man than "'Busted all to .pieces and three people "Waved my old bandana as a said: "And will It affect ns?"
the President killed... warning" "Don't yon think that China la the slow "It Is certain to, more or less."
we'll wander along with cleanconacieucee.
... :-;) 'Then and old-fashioned country the newspapers The of toll turned back and
man
"Lord! Lord! the old that
gasped gentleman We thought perhapswe been a mile further down the road and
: : e speak of. She Is having her armies officered for few minutes and
.J.I.r owed the auto one for being so kind thought things over a
,, "':., \. .... ", -- --.- as he rose up to get off the car, "but and condescending to us, but It seems asking some farmer's wife for cold Tit by the best military talent In the then wheeled to say:
.r ?" : ; /::\ what a winter this has been for philosophy that we was mUtopk, and ought to have tles."' JOE KERR. world and she Is arming with the latest "Well. I think I'll take my chances. I
liY' e_waster whos: yotav"bo !" JOE KERR. muskets and artillery. I tell you. she will, am In the pickle business Pickles ought:

i t. :: comma.nd be heard from within another decade." to be worth, $3 a bar'l but they are selling
n' "Do you think she will bring on another for 25 cents less. I guess I'll bang
;::: In the: rna: y eaxin The Power of the PressWe war?" was asked."I ea. war, or no war, 'till they com up to
have ro doubt of it. Yes air I expect
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:.l, lIns'is' r my "n. a man who hasn't got
.,' to see a war between China and Busla '
;S & thai a.Kp in had the editor of a weekly paper within another decade." some sporting blood In his veins."

with us on part of the Journey across "So yon' think another war, Is bsmnd t* JOB. : &RR.
thehdi
North Dakota by team, and at one Tillage -

J vorfcb: 1vo1.i hotel the landlord found out what an
honored guest he had and refused to

,- on the 1: _res charge him any bilL The editor returned
hU thanks and we were about ready to
leave when the landlord beckoned him
i aside and said: Vt

r r-fit "Stranger, being an editor, you can do Ff1?r
anything. I don't like running a hotel
1 and I wish you'd fix It up for me to go to
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the legislature. '
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wants an easy ;Job in Washington.. It's .
got to be an easy Job aa he has a. lame I / :.r. "
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4j/J "I've got a cousin Joe who'd like to go l

down to Panama, and a nephew who ,
wants to get Into a bank and If yon .._
. don't mind being put to a little trouble : //tii: : : ,-.1:.' ",,.
and-would say that I am a widower and ..:,, ,

wanted to marry" again. I'd take it aa. a ,'

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. ."All. except that If I don't get into the .

I legislature you might help me to run for I THE BACK. IOT'UI3 FIRST TROUBLE OF THEEtneUI !! KI\D.
and If I get the place Til be
SO FEW: governor ,
HAD
HE She Susie Is proud of her toot V .
hanged If I don't subscribe[ to three copiesof "very that I have .broken-Fred'* heart
became nncon- He-.Moat run In the family. : I : fear .!
ts6e-l! hit the head with a brick yesterday and I and cash In advance!** 't. tar 'don nothing more than extend tI..en .... : 1
was on lour paper pay .f M ber blDl1. Edith-I guess you _
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k'!nt. but I soon regained my senses! JOE KERR., HetTHer'father has discouraged about 15 fetlow.jwn ;.. u .
collect them y, ., <
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PEOPLE and EVENTS I II .. :;;e 'her most life.C-TltiCal Becorng Peied

I l'or Special to The Journal. a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering a-nd

Bonifay, Mar. 1Hon. W. H. Brett incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of
danger
: I: Seen, :Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and I Jr., came In on the mail train Monday Mother Friend is the only remedy which relieves women of the.great mi5ecJ j

morning from W stviUe this hour which is
THE LENTEN pain and danger of maternity; dreaded as '
to Marianna
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Tarry & Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. yesterday C. M.. Vox on Esq.legal, went business. severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger; is avoided

Mr. W. B. Lasiter Joseph PorterS by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent

_. i i!' I Season J several others from Vernon passed gloomy ; nervousness, nausea and other: distressing conditions are

g By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. H I II I through here Thursday tn their overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and,tia
II return trip from Pensacola. accidents to the critical
common
a\iac 3i s\s\svsx3Ka\s3xs\n st3 "t: I Alabama and serious
F. J. White of the
I the use'of Mother'sFriend.
Florida Lumber Co., was in town last hour are obviated by '
-- ; I evening. ."It is worth its,weight! in gold," Moth er

t A (PRECIOUS POSSESSION 7//e Journal's Dativ Fashion Feature I Smoked Salmon! Smoked Halibut Hon. H. E. Hickman sheriff came sajp many' who have used it. $1.00 per <
THAT NEEDS CULTIVATION. Smoked Bloaters. Smoked
'i in from Marianna. Book
yesterday bottle at drag stores. containing
There is' no question that there are Herring. Cod Fish (fancy), Old 'W. L. Skinner from the west side
information of interest all will
to
many annoyances to be met on the I Style Cod Fish: Sardlnelles, valuable women,
of river in Monday.
the was town
street by sick, nervous and excessivelytimid Pickled Roll Herrings. Tongues J. D.: Leonard, returned yesterdayfrom be sent to any address free upon application,\ It-I ndaVWFlEI.D

people during Mardi Gras. and Sounds. Marjnlrte Herring Pengacola. REOULATOR 00., Atlanta. Gx. l\'

Abo-pe53lmistic. soured and cynical Anchovies, MackereLROSENAU&GERELES Tom'Wr..ght's Bridge crew is here
,people can find almost any sort of
now doing,some work near the depot.
I aggravation-to-wrath that they maybe
Dr. M. C. Jfewton returned one day ,
1 looking for. Their very counten- this! week from 'a trip to Blakel)'. Ga.
L auces, laten-abd: to express disapprobation -
The Bonifay high sc oo! seems to NEW METHOD LAUNDRY ,
are merely Irresistable temptations :
to the merrymakers.The. : be progressing nicely with ,four teach

carnival season is appointed for
I
I the special cheering uplifting and entertaining The Fancy Grocers, ers.The Griffith saw mill is undergoing! :;] C. W. tAMHWVCr. Proppl.t.r.N. 8 Mtosf Rommna St. Phone 183.

of all the people. And- some repairs this week.. '1 I .

no matter -what his or her 'personal I Phono 391m Pensaco/a. Jul'an Cooey. from the east: side of I .............. n.........."
find private sorrow, or disappointment _--- the river' was' In town Tuesday. 5

-no man or woman, willing to .. W. T. Bind! worth ,came over Mon i: 5
'
"laugh with those ,who laugh," and dayfrom Westville. 4I
few of those who are unwilling) can resIst $ Nick's Buffet and J. S. Coleman.: who has ben sick

makers the who spirit; thrown of the confetti fun-loving blow fun- / : \ i EO for long treatment.,,went to Blakely. Ga.. this week i I Four Solid Months in Bedl .

tiorns, shriek, yell. contort and gyrate Restaurant Rev. A'len.! from out In the country : J
_ Along the crowded streets. Y//i1A t was In Bonlfay yesterday. T
Too much dignity to enjoy' harmless i11iI was :
: I la the only place of Ita Daniel GillU, our tax assessor,
fun even at one's own is not :In J Had thought of the time spent In bed in *
expense BonlfayTuesday. you ever you a
Had in Pen in fact
aco1a. .
,wnly unwise, but savors 1056 of dignity !/Vff // I \ Hon. J. J. Hathaway
than of self-inflation. 1(1( /7/71 1III'/ Itis A. county; *. year? If you occupy your bed an average of eight hours ),
: : : Judge went to ChIpey yesterday. day It w.ll make about four months, won't it? :
Real is the of a
rudeness rarer on part
\ tb. Carlton Brigman, of Westville, is in I.
those who by masking throwing A Pride :
'-." con- fl \ town 'Thursday.
(t"tU. blowing horns and manipulating 'kD Mr. Niles, a saw mill operator, who .

fraught the for hundred the purpose and of one adding devices to Pensacola. resides Thursday near here was in Bonifay I The! Bed Should Be Comfortable i 1I

the merry racket anrf thus helping to \ :
make the/carnival a success than on \ Larger cities cannot .
t the part of those so quick to resenta k boast of a better equipped: : and ;your bed caamber as cheerful as 'possible. We can **

harmless freedom, as a personal af- best place. The' service bs had.is the I 1 'CHIPLEY II : put you up a dandy bedroom suite for $50.00 to JCOO)())- :
front. that can I
I ... .
In th rare case of a real affront, :. : others more, others less and put on the elegant: hedt !'

such as the use of dusters throwing I Nick Apostle Propt'r : stead a soft mattress with gently-yielding springs. Mattresses -
I unclean confetti from the'street, hook .1 I
ing1 canes about the neck throwing Chipley. Mar. 1.-The general I.* 2.50 to $13 00; springs $2.50 to 500. f 5
-- --- tractor for the B. C. & St. A. R. 1L I. r
fine, confetti es p* mouth, or other,dangerous and unlawful street. They will leave for home Sat came down from New York last Saturday I 5
The work the is ::1'MARSTON & i\
practices it Is only neccessary to urday. on road progressing QUINA, 4
quietly keep an eye on the offender .', slowly. The trestles across I :
till an officer appears. -personally Mr. W. IL lIutchll son received a Flat and Hardlabor creeks are nearly I.
resent such things only results in anger telegram :yesterday'announcing the se: completed. Thirteen carloads of steel !| 108410. S.. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. t I'
and humiliation unless one is rlous Illness of his daughter Hurts- Is, here.'Waiting to be laid. Presdent: ,
"big enough to personally "yank" the! bore, Ala., and he left last night for' W. M. Gordon of Columbus is in townin :............. ....... O'........ .O'....... 4

offender to the officer. If the "affront"I I that place. the interest' of the new railroad. -'
is lawful-the less attention paid to: .* A bank was organized here Thursday
it the sooner it is 'over unless one II CapL' R. F. Jones and family, of The Peoples State Bank with a
can take It good naturedly. I I Columbus Ga.. are in the city the pa'd! up capital of $20.000.00 The officers BUTTERICK PATTERNS. I ,
It Is claimed by those .who ought to A GR\CEFUL SURPLICE WAIST. guests; of relatives. Capt. Jones is a of the new bank are D. J. Jones
know that the only people who find 't brother of Jua'ge Boykln, Jones. president: S. A. Alford, vicep'resident Buy them now for'your spring dresses. Euttt rick's are CIf
The surplice style, which permits, bands of the self fabric stitched or -
fault with the merrymaking! In any usual-1, ; L. D. McRae cashier; with! the! most -fashionable. If
of the use"-of a dainty chemisette or: some clever hand embroidery I -Mrs. Raymond Waters is entertalninj
of its legitimate" features are those > following directors: D. J. Jones, Jr., 1,
:who are on the streets earliest and smart dickery is much in favor for ly done by the wearer's own falr.fing.t! her mother, -.rs.**"* Alphonse S.: A. Alford, E. N. Dekle W. O. Butler 10 15 and 20 cents.C1oe's .
longest and are most persistent In securing the waist' of light-weight woolens or: ers. The surplice waist ],Tachoir. also her siBt ilIr3.. J. 'V. ,, Jr.. and' A. Sessoms. The new ,
and holding all the fr<>e'point3or silks : to the embroidered trimming Idea,[ Kirkland and Miss Nellie McToland bank will begin business as soon as a ::E3oo s"tore.
that woman finds a necessity This in soft
every chiffon
: one grey mohar4[all of Birmingham. These ladies wlll
vantage obtainable as their contribution [ charter can be obta'ned.The .
|in her wardrobe despite the has front Ph 235. 213 South Palafox Sfr..', ". '
popularity the outlined with an m- leave Saturday for home. n. 1:" "
to the success of the carnival | : First National Bank of ..Chip'cywill ,. t
of the laundered article. Chiffon _ _
broidered -
'TIs true 'fls pity." design in three tones of oj ---p ,.
soon start work on its nw three
"Pity 'tis 'tis true. that. however mohairs and thin flannels henrl-: grey. The chemisette is a fine:white"! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams and
story building which will be an orna. -- -- ---- -- - Jt
Important and ettas and lu&trous silks are favoritesfor handkerchief linen with a cravat bow! three children of Montgomery Ala.. -T- Jl
t necessary money con- ment to the town. Fine lot of 'Diamonds at
this smart blouse and for 'trimming of cream touch of dressi who exceedingly
lace as a been
tributions are to the success: of the : have spending carnival
Sheriff C.. G. Allen of Vernon has
they have either low prices for a few days oaly. Ask:
invariably
ness. week
with Mr.Wllliaitts's
,
sisters.
r carnival there I Is something els that Mrs. moved into his new residence on Sixth Diamonds to see them.J. .
I the poorest'; of us may contribute in Geo. W. Thompson and Miss Bessie street.
I. generous proportion with actual profit Williams 1321 East Uackson. leave F. DAVIS. 213 S. Palafox St.
; to ourselves encouragement!< to others suit of a whole year's work on the Charles Heard of Norfolk Va., were I 'this morning for .home. :Mr.WI!- Our town Is progressing very nicely! ,
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t part of those who conduct the carni guests of Hon. Charles M. Cosion yes- only wp should get the water worksin .. .. .
.
who do the enormous work of plan 1'ams's sister Miss Laney O'Gwynn.of ...H J MMMMIMMf *** S* >> J
val. It is also true that there was terday. Mr. McCoy is a member of running order. They run generally
ning formulating and Montgomery, who came for the Car
out
: whole scheme ann with carrying stimulating the seme how of enthusiastic appreciation the reportorial staff of the Public nival, will remain for two or three two and three days In the week.HERPICIDE'S ? DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, I II (
: along the line of the Tuesday Ledger and Mr. "-
parade Heard is a prominent -
weeks.
effect those who
upon contribute the I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZ5E
night but- one of those lawyer Of ,
every Norfolk and: they were -
money for carrying out the two daJ.'stp'O I I
inagnificient floats must have eiiroute from MISSION. I od
inspired the New Orleans Mardl; Donaldson's I
m of entertainment for the Mrs. Dora bevy of attractive It STERLING SILVERWARE,
enthusiastic Takes Away the Dread of Birth.
admiration in the mindof Gras. Mrs. McCoy, who had been the
public. And that enthusiasm carnival guests, Miss lima
I. Outspoken, applauding cheering hat- all beholders whether they graspedits guest of Mr. Cost n'>s mother for the'''Da'Vls. of Bluff Springs Miss Ava Atkinson days. ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, :J
creator's idea not. month of Nothing is more annoying to men
or Simply as Februarleav.es this morning
e'nthu- I of and Kate
swinging handkerchief-waving Sneads Miss Mc-
of artistic form and women of middle age than to see CUT GLASSWARE. ...
plasm. a picture color and with her hu_and for home. Phaul, of River Junction. Fla., will all ,
each I those ,unmistakable signs of ag3-
ingenuity was inspiring and. .
i It is! true that the public admired leave for horns -Saturday morning after -
but for the self-repression: that is al!I The Friday Euchr& meets this afternoon thin hair and grayness approaching. -
and in a measure appreciated the enjoying a lovely week.
rej -
But science has discovered that these
I
too characteristic of nsacolians.. with Mrs. C. D. Bejer. 1c
must have met with continuous outbursts conditions are no longer, "unmistakable" | Engraving and Fine Stationery. *
Sure Blue Ribbon -
to please Vanilla i
evidences of old, for the dan
.- IBBLenten of cheering iplaualts: wherever The following invitation has been received age f
or Lemon. :Absolutely pure. goes ]
been.What by the many friends of the twice as far and gives desserts the druff theory proves that even very f
the people of Pensacola most happy couple in this city: young people may suffer hair loss ? 1
"Blue Ribbon Flavor. while those fortunate enough to es- i Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.J .
need-more than they need any pub- Mr. and Mrs. M. Kahn g: -
lie improvement for which the city is request the honour of jour. presence cap3 the ravages of the scalp germ, : : (
planning, bonding or appropriating at the marriage of their daughter LAST SATURDAY OF THEFL'ORIDA' retain their abun-aant(! locks to a ripe J

time brains; energy and money-Is to Flora Doristo \. CHAUTAUQUA old age. ..Newbro's Herpicide kills !
j I iTarn to enthuse-to forget self and --- the dandruff germ and removes the E. O. Zadeiewelry'CoMOBILE
jleld 1 to their good impulses. To turn Mr. Dave Frohlichstem In its report of the. sessions of the risk! of appearing old 'before your I

I themselves loose from the funeral imasaivltythe Thursday afternoon March eighth Florida Chautauqua the DeFunlak time.! Save jour hair and your feel ALA. | 1

l, de.d-in-th sbell-the I nineteen hundred and six. Breeze says; : ings, bu using the genuine Herpicide I ei-*##* ###*#* **#*****# >>- )
appearance of selfish! indifference to at one o'clock Saturday was one of those well- Per sale by W. A.' DAlembert3:, drug- I J
all but "me and my wlf, my son John St. Paul's Mission Church balanced days with everything goo', gist and apothecary, 121 South 'Pala
ami his wife -four-and-no-more- Meridian and something to please ever>'one. In fox street, or send lOc in stamps for REWARD cI
I Specialties MisssslppL4
i Amen," air that stands like a sky- the morning cams the address of W. sample to the Herpicide Co., Detroit, I I I
high, world-wide stone wall between A. -Blount. Jr.. on Washington an address Mich. ]

them and the' moral physical and financial -I :Mrs.:\ Gabriel Johnson and party of that fully sustained the reputation ,
harvests that await their friends ,who were among the many he has made as a student and -- 1
awakening. carnival visitors have returned to orator an address that will bear read-
We haTe a specially I Heathenish? -Why-even China is their homes in Alabama, ,!' Georgia, ing and is gi' '.en in full In The Pens

Belectbd stock of choice I losing its self-centered, egotistical,I II delighted with their three days stay in cola Journal of last Sunday. In the I
poodA for Lent. Some of telf.satl: non-committal air. And Penscola. afternoon Rev. Charles Sullivan gave S.EEDS
them.are: I ae for Korea-well, the Koreans still I -+- an address: or lecture which. ever you
feel the indignity of progress but. the I II Mr. D. O. Klinger of Greenville) 0.. are pleased to term It on "Faote: : Fash.
nearness of Japan and the friendlinessof will arrive this morning and be the ions"and Fancies," In which he made* I

.-- SALT FISH-ROE, I, Uncle Sam will soon enable the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Byer. fora some very clever cartoons-, and .,at
Koreans to come out of their shell and few days night the program was a mixed ons WHICH
SALT MACKERAL f .. rejoice with the enlightened 'world in 4, In which the Ohio Conservatory Con-
.. enlightenment. But there are too Mrs. Cone and daughter Miss An cert Co.. furnished the most of the I
SALT POfflPANO, I many peopls Jn Korea who still regard -nie and :Miss:\ Maysie Walthall. of music and In which those who heard

t POTOMACROE HERRING an encroachment on precedent as Pineapple. Ala. ars the guests of Mrf .Miss. Kennessy.. violinist had a
I "bad form" for even Pensacolians to and Mrs. H. E. Courtney, 313 Hayne treat that they will remember for SUCCEEDWhen

KIPPERED HERRING lrarn a lesson from that non- nthu- seme. time. l
,. WEAR
n BRUSHES THAT
the value of
siastic people' as to ex-
SMOKED SPRATS, pression. THAT ,NEW RAILROAD not tear the hair-brushes that n
FOR WEST FLORIDA AKKA.NT for the arrest of this wo strong and serviceable shapely ant
1 But all of us have only to contrastthe
I
CANNED SALMON, real with what mlghthavbeen You Buy, man. She is about 26 years of age, beautiful withal-take up quite a oIL'
I. results the home r 1 This week's Issue of the DeFunlak i' of our showcase and drawer room.
: CANNED LOBSTER, and Its --if people BRING Get, the Best. weighs 135 pounds thick dark hair. or
had turned themselves loose and displayed Breeze has the folowing: :Many forms and sizes ("Military"single
brown five feet 1
forehead
CANNED SHRIMP, : vociferously their enjoyment Sunday Messrs. Baker and McCormick It's the Cheapest in the End. high eyes ), many prices. And not hf
cf the season and all its loRltimate I who are connected with th 'proposed high,, wears No. 6 shoes, upper teeth brushes only-tooth brushes, ns l
t : CROWARTY BLOATERS. pleasure, to realize haw micJi: more I YOURI Pea River Valley & Gulf railroad gold filled and one crowned tooth. She" brushes flesh brushes too. Brush UPon
I profitably interesting ant: attractive Mr. Baker one of the incorporators has long fingers with round nails. brushes.
j
the carnival would be, to ourselves as I and ')Ir. McCormick representingthe Plump of figure and fairly pretty. Her
; Send us your order by weir as to our visitors. bond company that U consideringthe Landreth'sNew maiden name was :Thompson, which HOOTON'S PHARMACY,
;, question of financing the enterprise .name she has possibly assumed.
phone or messenger. and All the Intelligent energy now; The Blrthplaceof Prompt Deliver)
it will be filled as working in behalf of Pensacola can. WIFEand arrived here and Monday went Wire heriff at DoFuniak Spring
'promptly as if you were avail but lute and that slowly untill:, down to the Bay country to took over Florida: : $50.00 reward for the child. Phone 1100.

I- on the spot yourself.1i the community generally responds the route and the proposed' terminus Fisher Monroe Douglas. This woman, .
,with echoing enthusiasm.! It is worth I Monday evening President Gillls, of, Crop Florence Wood kidnapped him from 'i1iii itifii. ..
I more than all the money that can be! family to the Kandy Kitchen the Business League. Mayor Henry: Freeport. Fla. on the night of September 5g

1i Invested in public Improvements wlth'l for dinner. It will be a and VicePresIdentlorrison, of the th. 1905. The child Is 6 years old, PIANOS AND ORGANS. if
S f out it. Is it available? Or-are -we, change from the usual program First National Bank. met them at the' fair skin. light hair has upper fore- :' CASH OR EASY TERMS. 5
too lazy too selfish too narrow. tool| Brown House and went over the situation teeth rotted off; very plump weight itAll Piano Work Guaranteed. ',J
Insecure{in our social life, to dare to and they'll appreciate it. Everything -' -with them giving them such in.. Just Received. about 50 pounds; Very bright child. CLUTTER & RUSHING, .,

i approve before someone else; has I) we serve is the best ,formation 'as they desired. Expenses paid both ways delivering 1. 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. ,
So! Cahn & CO.i branded a thing as 'correctr'Enthusiasm I J money can buy and the cooking Of course Messrs McCormick and 'child to DeFuniak Springs Fla, In addition PHONE 476. ;t
Barer nothing definite as to the $5 ,90 reward. 5
Is a precious possessionthat t is "as you like if gave out to s
I should ,not be stifled. f their plans-railroad people never do. IL A. DOUGLAS. ** * ## ## ##_ _#* *

I The Pure Food Store, i Father of the child
DAUGHTERS OF THE KING The Bet Cough Syrup.S. W. A. D'Alemberte -- DeFuniak Springs Fla.
MEET THIS AFTERNOON. I* Apple er Probate Judge. HICKS'CAPUDINE
touthwest Corner Palafot and IntencUncIa The regular monthly meeting of the Ottawa Co.. Kansas writes: "ThisIs
Daughters ot the King; will be held In to say that I have used Ballard'a Druggist aDd Apothecary, Dyspepsia Is America's curse. Burdock \1 DJATU.T CLRX9
I the choir room of Christ church this I Kandy Kitchen Cafe, Horehound Syrup for years anJ that!I 109. Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia IMMf
; i Telephone time. It drives out HEADACHESBre.Kup
Phones { 48l afternoon at 4 o'clock. Please bring I do not hesitate to recommend It aa!, every impurities -
the, bags. S.Palafox.. PhoncS99 the best cough syrup I have lever : 1.21' South alaf n Street. tones the stomach restores pt"r-j COLDS
---4- I used.". :25c, SOC:.,and $1.' Sold by all feet digestion normal weight and! S IN 6 TO 12 HOI;*.)

i gjutyM umMjaBi 1 Mr. Rustler A.McCoy and Mr. .. druggists.. : good health. j _ _ _-_ _;Trt&J tool We't AlIJrJa j


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I -, ----- THE PENSACOXA' JOURNAL' ,:FRIDAYMORNING. MARCH ,8, ,1900 ...A-u'I
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LOTS FORSALE ,: FDR ,SALE ". Real Estate 'I -



A Rich Landlordand ",: pJ :*_' tate.WE. Weare BELIEVE not InVPensacola'after your real active es HOOTON & WATSON

t. '- money that is paying you well; we
are after your idle surplus cash. You Successors 10 Thos..C. Watson 6 Co.Leading .
a bunch of worthless rent receipts { Desirable ought to own a home that is certain.

all you have to show for your hard-earned are : ".:: .;}.... -. You ought to have the satisfaction of Real Estate, Rental and Insurance AgencyList
living in
your own, house. It might ,
money. ?i Two-Story:: bd well for you ia soak away something
; !
Only $1.00 cash in real estate on the Bide lust

.. to fall back on in ease of need-some-

Stop the Rent Habit ; :\ 50 cents a week : Brick Building thing rate of that interest will carry and be itself readily at a marketable fair of Desirable Property for Sale.


No .: ,in an emergency Is what we Two .story brick building, centrally located Just off of Palafox

taxes.No -i: mean. street.. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. ..10500.00
Buy lYQur own home. Get together a few interest. Palafox Street, between $3150.00 Seven dwellings and a store and dwelling building with nearly half
Hundred Romaria and Intenden a block of ground; splendidly situated on a corner A bargain
and
we can ,put you "next" to You double Gets a.large two story dwelling in a at.. '.. .. ,. .. ..-. ?.$6. 00.0
can
several handsome houses that can be had your moneyin cia: streets. good locality The house could not One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill on a corner.,

just about like be duplicated for $4500. It is a bar fronting south near car line 100 by 150 feet.. .. .$3,700.00
paying rent., See these lots before paid for. SOLD AT gain. Two story
us now MUST BE ONCE new dwelling on corner lot 60 by.5 feet on North
Don't waitLPensacola Hill.:. .. .. ..$3,15000

For particulars apply to A desirable and very comfortable one story, six room dwelling with
LESLIE
E. BROOKS L. S. BROWN & CO. all modern conveniences, on tie car line West Gregory. Street, lot
80 by 144..3000.00

2041-2 S. Palafox St. Phone 462. Theisen North half of block 7. New City Tract; 10 lots by 17*ft 6 inches eacha
f11cDavid Hyer Company Building.
-
,. beautiful location overlooking the bay; only one block from ear
line.. ..-.... ,...$2,000X0
I InvestmentCompany Agents New York Six room story and half dwelling with two acres of ground in western

A. For SaleTYPEWRITERS Life Insurance Company. suburbs. .. .. ,.. .'. .$1,200.00
D'ALEMBEJtTE City Manager.W. 8 E. Government Street. $1350Buys Two story dwelling on EDt DeLeon with enough vacant ground for

H. WJOWLES, Present : -'All makes, new and two small cotta'ges. .. .....$850X0
J.!. STILLMAN! V,Pres.and R. fc SIMPSON, Secretary. I second hand, for sale and, rent. :Phone 2.co. Pensacola Fla.: six room cottage with bath, E. Those having property, desiring to roll arne/would find it to their
Gen. anaer. KNOWLES DYER, Treasurer. v I Phone 380. T. B. Bruce, 28 Q Govern Wright street advantage to place same in our hands, as we have disposed of about
Rae Estate I ment. 2mar Nice home, N. 8th ave, corner lot $>00,000.00 worth in the last 60 days. If you have funds to loan.

Lamas General In lies tmen ta-: I II I FOR SALE uckboard, cheap for D. HALE'WILSON 6 CO. '.. ..' .. .. .. .... .... ....1650. consult us. If you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola cash. W. R Meriwether. 2mar3t 'Five room house, hall and bath on fire insurance; or if you want to buy a piece of property and don'twho
,
__ Florida. I i East Hill; a bargain at. .. ....$1200 know owns same. consult us.
P -I- (FOR SALE-One black and one red REAL ESTATE, Beautiful 8 room two story house on

-- -- -- --- cocker Sparriel pups. Apply W. T. large corner lot; new and modern

MOYER'S GROCERY Williams, Terminal Co.'s office. RENTS AND LOANSWe .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ...$2800. -
STORE AND MEAT MARKET, : 2mar4t Five corner lots, East 8th St ..$950 HOOTON & WATSON
.
Corner Government and Alcanlz Streets. Three lots ,
,
Pho- 718. corner Gadsden street
Western and Native Meats of the finest qualIty. Everything that is FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved have the following special bar- and car line. .. .... .. .. ..$950.
kept ID a first-class market. property In all parts of the city.J. gains in very desirable real estate for Five lots PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX
facing Oporto square, B. STREET.
A.VibonfT. Co. Real.
Estate few
.0( pounds Graulated Sugar $1.00. 20 pounds of Nice, Clean Rice Room Agents, a days only. 13th street. .. .. .. .. .....$1250.;
7, Salisbury building. I
si 00 Fancy Country Syrup 33C: per gallon. Honey In the comb or ex- 172. Phone I SPECIAL BARGAINS. 200 acre farm, 8 room house, near
tracr of Honey. Give me a caL} I will show you how to save-money 23jan Pensacola, on P. &; A. R. R....$2000 = :: _
A. McD.. MOYER. Phone:718.' FOR SALE.-One choice block on top 2 lots in block 170, New City, 80x137 -
00.---- -- of the ridge east of the electric feet, on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.00 C. R. YEAGER Miscellaneous
'i railway, between 7th and 8th streets. 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads LEpTcxJoppa
HELP WANTED Wanted Nautre hag'favored thij section and It den street. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00 202 Thlcsen Building. Phone 686.
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New "m1qE-I; offer my services as surveyor
'TV.CCTEDCook; one who win remain -IHCuNU: :; HAND CL/OfHINtr i f''City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00One locating homesteads for the Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F.
WANTED FOR SALE OR RENT-60 farm NOT IN THE TRUST1 Joppa Lodge. No.6, L O. O. F.
'premises preferred. acre ; jI j 5-room house, with bath and people of western counties of Florida.
on -Highest
Apply price paid for gent'sclothing I 5 miles from city on Brent When :you want a first class rubber- meets etnery Tuesday evening at '7:30(
road: 7 connection in Address W. J. Stephens Sr. Lock-
sewer gas
Firs* National Da 1k. Imtf only. Also every room; .
sil '
second hand i room house, all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 nice neighborhood. If taken at tired carriage ring us up. Our car- hart, .Ala.: lefeblm. o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden

W. TEJ-.A.ddres9 of physician who goods. No. 9 E. Intendencia. ., story barn, good water mall box on snce, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1450.00 riages are all new and first class In St Visiting brethren are cordially in
tl"slres! good location. Box 19 Car. WANTED. All the land. Address 'Farm7 care 6 houses: in block 17, West King every respect; our drivers are careful ROPKB has just opened a butcher vited.
rabi'He, Fla. 2mar3t kinds of electrical Journal. 13feblw Trt ct renting $30.00 per month. Will and polite. Hackmen's Exchange, shop and grocery store' corner Davis T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G
work. I sell all
kinds
of electrical 814.GOLDSTUCKER.
telephone J. W.
and Brainard Sts. Your patronage GINOLES. Sec.
lend UOOO.OO of .. $2600.00All
batteries and'other ,electrical FOR \LE-For a few days necessary, '
2
only,
WA.'IED-Colored house girl. Apply -supplies. of these propositions are bar- BROS Props, solicited. Satisfaction gua>-an- 31jan6m.
:217! North Cevellos St. Imar When you need me ring 345 or 955. lots opposite the Hazennan resi. gains will be held for few W. B. F. Turner, Mgr. teed. Imarlm
E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry build dence, New City 62500.' Fine location aid open a
TV\NTED good house girl and a ing, E. Garden. 15dec. for a home, Apply B. F. .Wolfe, cays onlyExcellent. WATTS AND: COLES-Contractors Pensacola Lodge No. 8, K. ot P.
good; cook. Apply at 52 W. Gonzalez Citizen's Bank. ISfeblm warehouse location on Money to Loan. and builders. Estimates on all kind meet every Monday evening at 7:30(
railroad track cheap. o'clock at
WANTED. Real very of work. Satisfaction their temporary Castle Hal
corner Baylen. Imar3t"WANTED Estate for1 saloon building and repair -
FOR SALS-Beautiful block In New Good 8 per -Men to learn barber trade. rent lease or exchange. Your business City. Tract No. 31%. For cash $&I)(). Best kind of investments. MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows guranteed. Phone 1208, office Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .
28feblm
respectfully solicited: J. A. Wilson Apply to A. M. McMillaa, Court House..1 1 Property in all pans of city vacant 208 N. Reus.
We prepare you for positions $12 to Real Estate money from Jno. A. Hall & A. K2RKPATRICK. C. C.
J20 weekly. You can practically earn Agent, 22& W. Government taut improved, wanted and for sale. Co., 16 E. Government streEt., when CARRIAGES repaired and repainted. II. HORSLER. K. of R. & S

your tuition tools and board before building. street Phone, Room 172. 7, Salisbury 23jan FOR SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers 30 S. Palafox St. in need call on us. 9feblm Floats built to order. Horse shoeIng -

completing; short time required; positions at live cents a bundle. This of Phone! 234. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal a specialty. J. G. Welsh CarriageCo. Rathbone Lodge No.

or locations waiting. Write for WANTED-To buy old gold and silver ft ceo property on short notice. 27feb 30. K. of P, :meets every

free catalogue. :Moler Barber College broken up stuff regardless of Terms easy. J. B. Gray 4 Co., 2 W. HACK No 12-Always ready with good Thursday evening at 8:00
New Orleans, La. 25feblw* sizes. Cash paid. Ligntman & Klein. AUTO lOBILES.-I am agent, for the Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb reliable driver. C. H. Taylor, pro s&o'clock in their temporary
Mfg.Co. and sell Lands
Pope
106 can you autos Timber 1
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E. Wright. Phone 1127., Castle Hall over Pou sta
\VANTDD-Three
short goods solicitors from $500.00 up. They cost less than MONEY: TO LOAN.-On real estate or prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange ble, W. Intendencia street.
Solomon Furniture Co. Sfeb Phone 185 ZOfeblm
horses keep : other sufficient security by apply.
to up. They can be run '.. Visiting knights are co*.
WANTED-Manager for branch omce FORRNT In sand or anywhere a horse can go. I I Ing to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and VIAVI-The patrons of the "Viavi dially welcomed.'

we wish to locate here in Pensacola. -- Leslie E.: Brooks. ForSaleWe Romana. up stairs. ,- Treatment" are cordially invited to J. D. KIRK, C. 0.

Address" with references. The Moris .OR SALE-one 25-11 P. boiler and MONEY TO LENT> On good real estate call at Hotel Southern Mondays and C. J. LEVY. K. of R. & S.
Whol ae House, Cincinnati, Ohio. FOR RENT-Two. story residence engine; portable boiler on wheels; security or on good collateral Frtoa! >fi from 2 to tl p. m...where they
Cfeblm 'V.lth.aJ! .modern_conveniences- eng ne or* boiler in running order. '''_''''' at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. can meet the representative, Mrs. H Knights of Columbus
ner"Spring :rand Strong Sts." Apply C. Also 2 log carts complete, ready for ,.;. Fisher building. 21Jan P. Booth. Phone 1027llfeblm* '. Meetings of the

H. Turner., 9feb., service. For terms apply to Jas. Me- have 'them. :Several splendid, MONEY LOANED on. all kinds of personal Knights of Columbus
WANTED Voy & Co.,. Cantonem nt. Fla.. large and small, turpentine locations, property on short notice. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzie Oert-- : are held at their hall.
FOR .RENT.-Elegant story 8-room 23feblm. I I: Saw Mills and Saw mill locations. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, Upstairs ing & Co., wholesale and retail ship No. 8 West Intenden

POSITION WAJ"TED-Young lady desires cottage! at 318 West Belmont St. Apply Some excellent bargains in large 28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144. chandlers and grocers, only first-class cia street on every
position as stenographer. 'Address to Walker: Ingraham- at Star Laun- FOR inch SALE galvanized-700 feet pipe second in hand 20-foot Hi and small traits.of round and boxed SHOT house of kind in city. Fair prices to all 7:30 Monday o'clock.evening at
dry. Aa in-
25Jan: timber lands.
D B, care Journal. lmarlw5W'ANTIDIteiiabe lengths. Adaress (P. O. Box A1, City Large tracts of Mississippi Delta UNLIMITED amount ot money to loan Corno Hen Feed will make your vitation la extended

: man Is open fora FOR RENT,-Elegant two story storeroom = feb24 and Hardwood lands. on all kinds of personal property. hens lay, and keep them in a healthy to visiting KnIghts.

position as millwright, circular in new Star Laundry building FOR'SALE-My property, 416 E. Bra. Splendid list., of valuable propertyand Special rates to business men on large condition. Try it For sale by the JOHN B. JONES.
tiler and hammer. Reference fur E. Garden street: Apply Walker loans. The New York Loan Co., 204% Lewis Bear Co. neb EDM. FOX. Grand
: In- Ined St., consisting of four lots 40 fine location for a Colony! or Stock. South PalataLBoard Knight.
nished. Address H, care Journal graham ,Star Laundry. 22dec. Farm Recorder.
x50 feet; a two story dwelling containing i& South East' Georgia. NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible
Imarlw 6 rooms, hall ways, bath'room Some of the choicest residence for debts contracted

'TED-The public to know that A.rent R. BINGHAM, suitable for has furniture storage room or other for closets and pantry. *On car line; will places i.. the beautiful little city of and Rooms.FOR the captains of the schooners Kate by, Pensacola LOdge No. 4, I. O. O. F.
I sell entire property for $3000.00. DeFunlak Springs, Fla.. and in Milton
tve can do all kinds of repairingfloat goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona KIL. Fl. Fay, Alabama or Sallie Guy. H. Jer- Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. O:T O. FH
Reese.
building horse shoeing. etc. J. St. Phone C30 SOnov 22feb lOur prices and terms are reason RENT-One double furnished nigan. owner, Portlan! Fla Sfeblm meets every Thursday eveHing at 7:30

G. Welsh Carriage Co. 27febKODAKCKS JUST RECEIVED-Large snipment of able. room suitable for light house ke p- CUT-FLOWERS Orders promptly at the new. hall on West Garden

imported Olive OIL Retail by pint,I I Cal' on or write to us. ing. :Apply 1000 E. DeSoto. Imarlw filled for roses carnations flowers street. Visiting brethren cordially
get Kauffman's pricesfor For Sale gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso of all kinds. Miss BertieSmith. Invited. E. GREENBLATT.J. .
developing and tlnl hlng. Best & Co., ship chandlers antf grocers, 701 FOR RENT-Newly furnished rooms and designs N. Barcelona. Phone NEVILLE, Secretary.
and cheapest in city. Mall orders receive South Palafox. 4oct for rent very reasonsonable. Apply 616 651.
prompt attention. Romana and I FOR SALE-A. R. Bingham has ,a TURNER &AYMARDReal 20 WI: Romana. Imarlw TAILORING I Diamond Tailor.Genta' .
*
SALE-First class
FOR Daughters of Rebekah.
Palafox Sts 20feb. good team of mules for sale. See grocery \fore
them on his new float, feb2f and meat market in connection fixtures BOARDERS WANTED-Two persons clothing cleaned, pressed and Naomi Lodge. No. 10, Daughters of eRebekak
AXTED-To loan money on your etc. Reason for selling leaving who will room together on first floor repaired on short notice. No. 11H meets every Monday night
personal! property and household FOR SALE-SO acres good land three the city. Address P. O. Box 697 Estate and at 616 East Gadsden St. 24feblw West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. hall VisitIng .

poods; Mob le Loan Co.. corner Jefferson miles' south of Chipley. Twenty] 7feb. Abstract Company, FOR RENT One front furnished Idee. sisters cordially invited to be present .

and Zarragossa Sts. acres in cultivat'on! and pure spring' FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co. room down 'stairs, and one up THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO. S
Sfeblm* water.' Will sell for cash or"on' t ime agents for the famous Cornc Hen are P. 0. Box I 115 DeFuniak Springs, FlsriJi, stairs, 20 W. Wright St., near Escam- wholesale and r<"*i
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand Apply A. Hogeboom,- Chipley, Fla. Feed. Finest thing in the world to! bia hotel 24feblw dealers in cotton mattresses and MISS' WILLIE KENDRICK See.

Cleaning Club. 118 N. PalafoxSt 28feb. make hens lay. Keeps 'em In bed springs. Second hand furniture
good WANTED few boarders at 212 W. and sold. Upholstering and ra- M. E.;: B. A. No. 81, meets first and
Mrs T. J. Davis, Prop. Yoqr pat condition too. 7teb For Sale bought ,
ronage solicited satisfaction FOR SALE-Modern cottage 'on east:' I I. Gregory. New house good neighborhood pairing a specialty. 114 E. Belmont third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
Careful attention; given guaranteed ladies: Hill for sa'e.. Also some choice FOR SALE-Large horses anj. mule, 'and on car fine. 16feblm St, city. Phone 771. C. T. Davis,' m.. Raiford Hall No 10. West Intendencia .
garments. Phone 1222. 8feb lots in nice.location.. : .Address' Box! for j turpentine; operatgrg: and ,log men..'FOR S\LE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for Mgr. 17Janlm street
827, cIty -.27feblwIFOR We guarantee satisfaction. Address sired by Duke ,of Florida 68923 out rent, suitable for light housekeeping. A. G. FELL Prei.
WANTED You to use Corno Hen Waterman & Co., G. G. Cobb, man of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 68544 Apply 501 W. Chase. '15febI J. H. PORTER, Ballmaker, 716 South J. L. SWEENEY. 'Sec.
iPeed This makes your hens lay \ SALE-JI600 will 'Imy two Chipley! Fla. 23feblm.I'I''ager. I All guaranteed with registrations and I Palafox street. Orders taken for
*n3 fattens t lem. Try it. For sale blocks of land :and a new six room I II pedegrees. Carl ,Setterlind. Chipley. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. tents, awnings, camp stools and house O. VV.
OT The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb I house on little bayou,- bKween Gar.: FOR SALE-Barred Pyrnococker&s : Rock Fla. 26nov. Newly furnished, clean and nice, cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3lJan. W.
den and Chase Sts. A good invest- ready for yard 51.53 to near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. Live Oak Camp No.1, W. 0. W.
WANT Everybody In Pensacolato ment or a beautiful home. For par-I I S3:); 15 eggs $1.50; thirty $2.50. Mrs:I Address Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer. meets in Pythian Hall! lit and 3rd
know that the Y. M. C.' A. buildIng t'cuars: address C.. E. Freeman Box I I Lizzie B. Hughes CMpiey.! .f la.j FOR SALE-New"Piano care piano Journal.cheap.feb24 7janlm.Oli LOST Wednesdays in each month. Visiting
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was built of brick made by tb.3 2Sfeblw j 14feblm sovereigns cordially invited.
556, City. __
Pensacola Brick Co., and they are prepared toil SALE.-10 room house ; newspapers at five cents a bundleat F. A. BOGHICH, C. c.
to furnish you. J. S. Walton, FOR SALE. CHEAP-A few desirable lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot corner 96t FOR SALE-Rose tinted satin gown this office. They are all clean LOST-Near postoffice. bunch of keys I LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.

Mgr_' 6feb lots in 'New 'City, Ea4t King Tract. 192 on 'ar line. For particulars In. silk lined trimmed, real lace and| and nice. _ _ _ containing one postofflce key and
W-\'ITED-To purchase second! hand West King ;Tract and: North; HilL' Address quire of Stand rd_Clothing Co. 29Jan India gauze. Good as new. Never' -H )TEL.-Open night and day. various other keys. Return for re Woodman's Circle.W. .
85. WIl!I BAY
buggy Bargain, care Journal., I worn in Pensacola. Cost. | Rooms light and ward. W. L. Morgan & Bro. 2marlw O. W. C., Oak Grove No. 4,
In condition.
good Apply to I >an plan.
FOR SALE.-Nice. clean North Davis street. Europ
The Journal. 25fab 25febjw:) .. -', newspapers sell for $23.:; 1311 'I Transient trade solicited Woodmen Circle meets every Thurs-
,' for sale. Only 5c a bundle. They Also white chiffon hat. three handsome -I clean. S. Nicolau.JProp LOST-A ladies 'gold watch Wednesday day 3 p. m., 2d floor Pyttlan, Hall over
IV TED-\Ve want your orders for FOR SALE-one fine extension table make) good wrapping paper, and are plumes cost $18, sell ,for half t,,675579 I S. Palafox. JlS._ evening near Escambia Hotelor Pou's stable, on Intendencia street
1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 original and six fine dining chairs cheap. Just the thing to put under matting 23feb3t J depot "C. B." engraved on back. Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited.

designs to select from. All Address P. O.: Box 395. 25feu Reward for return to Escambia HoteL Mrs. Leona Langford Guardian; Mrs.
Prices Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola I Imar2t M. B. Olsen. Clerk.
16feb FRESH GARDEN SEEDS-All kindsof m-
strictly fresh farm and garateni LOST One brown fur fcoa at the
"ED-To lease oe buy a five or seeds at reasonable prices. Also I FOR. S. .LE. opera house Tuesday night Rewardfor

six room cottage. Price and terms fruit and nut trees Banks Bros, return ,to C. H. Dishman, 715 N. Pensacola St. Andrews and
must be reasonable. Address Good Chipley, Fla. 25feblm''oa Palafox St. Imar4t ,
2 lots CO ft. front and Gonzalez streets, Tery select neighborhood
"l'elant, Journal. 16febv" on the southwest corner Barcelona
care }O SALE-3 acres land: on Town .. ,..... ... ..'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......... ... .. ... ..... ....$1500.00 LOST A watch;size 16; has diamond] Gulf Steamship Co.
AVTED.-The public to know that opposite city, near marine ways. reception'hall house new and in good condition
Point 5-room cottage and back and front gallery, closets, set in back and initials E. L. 14. engraved -
od be bought at water frontage. Address .. .. ... .. .. .. $1200.00 STEAMER TARPONW.
newspapers can $300 cash; deep large lot. on North 8th avenue, between 11th and 12th streets a bargain at.. on inside of case and also on
tI.a office for five cents a bundle. They Land. .care JournaL lOfeb Corner 8th avenue and J2th street, 5-room and.hall cottage, pantry back and :front gallery, gas and city locket $25 reward for return to The G. BARROW, Muter.i'lRSr.CLA.S3 .

*r* all clean and nice.WtXTED.Electrie ._ "lT-New stora water house new, a large lot.... ..., .... .... ...'. .. '0. ..........:... ..' .; .: .. .. .. ......$1700.00 Journal office. No questions asked.
FOR. SALE OR R .. .. .. .. ..$450.00 PASSENGER AND
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and Strong. ,
work ot ah k'nd.l. in good locality on Building lots on west uide of. N. Reus Street between DeSoto ImarSt
t as clean your fans repair your and dwelling Good business. Apply 5-11-3 ft. on West Romana street at tho,foot of Sprig St., improvements on property, renting for U .OO FREIGHT SERVICE]

tintIna. do your wiring etc P1n3 East Hill 34feblw per month. .. .. .. ?. .. .. ........ ......,. ....., ... ... ........ .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ....$4000.00 LOST-A petition containing numberof -Betwiwc- 11
9th
1021 N.
ave.
S70 Peasacola Electric Co.. 2C5 S. 40 ft by 170 ft. deep on East Romana St., next to Bass & Co., a good investment. .. .. .. ..$4000.00 signatures of value, no one but
Bavicn MATTRESSES RENOVATED New 5 lots on the South East corner of Spring and Lee streets; a splendid building site.. .. .. ....$2500.00 owner. Reward for return to Journal PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHJ.-
tick furnished It desired.' All done Block "107 .East, K'ng Tract, Belmont Numbering, on North Palafox street. between Baylen. and Palafox office. Web COLA CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS

,"A"'TED-To loan money on ;jour in good order on short.notice.. Leave thirty lots few days only at........ .... .... .... .. ..., ............ ..' .. .. .. .... ."*."*"$5000.00 MILLVILLE.
watches, Jewelry and personal ef- orders at Green & Watson. Phone Soil East Jackson street, two story g room and hall house bath. gas. delightful home and good neighborhood

fteta. Highest cash price for old gold 193. 4feblm lot 93 ft. by 150.......... ,. ..' .. .. ..' .. .. .. .. ............ .... .... ..... ........$350000 And all points on St. Andrews Bay,-'
an" silver LJghtman & Klein 106 E- 715 N. Baylen St., 8 room story residence lot 70x125 ft, every modern convenience. an Ideal STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE Carrabelle and Apa.1ahicoii.SCHEDULE ,

r1ht. Phone 1127._ EGGS for hatching from carefully I home. .. .... .. .. .. ...... .... ... .. ........ ... $0000.03 TTEAMER c. PT. FRITZ, J. M.
manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred\ 2lVs o'n 'and 60x125 nice tmTiding site, a bar. and -
WANTED want Cervantes, street between Baylen Spring streets. a Rogers, master. Passengers
YOur moving.-A. and R. hauling.Blngham He guai* fowls, and I guarantee' a good hatch.j gam... .. .. .. f .......t .... .. ? .. ..... ........... .... .... ...... ...S1300u00 Freight service between Pensacola Lean Mobile.Peuwcola AlL Sunday, 1:30 '..
atees all breakage. Phone 630. Stock for nIB at reasonable prices.I 5 lots on the southeast corner Spring: and.Lee streets .. .. ........ .... .... .... .. ....$2500.00 and Freeport, Fla.: At Baylen street m Lean for Pemacol Tuesday. 8:30
Plymouth
W Barred Plymouth! Rocks, White 3 lots on Strong street between 10th and llth avenues. This propertY' is very cheap at.$650.00 wharf. Wednesdays.' Tourists and St. Andrews, MlllflUa Ap*p..
and"transfer
Leg for
A.1'\TED.-Haullng Rocks and S. C. Brown !_ MONEY at th, lowest market,rates o interest on Improved or vacant 'city property. others desiring to see places of intereston Ui.. Carrabelle and lntrmedUi '
"or Office phone 363; residence horns; $100 per setting of 15 eggs or Ctocta what cite. Bay ,and Santa UcfllcoU
phOrht 390. Acosta & White, 22.2* N. hundred for incubator eggs. .1 P .
$5.00 make
a this
The Rosa Sound should trip. For addition IsformaMon aptly tj
rr3.go1a St. Z5msr.WANTEDm9 have 500 half gallon cans fancy Flonda Fisher Real Estate-Agency, Special rates for parties. of, ten or'I. J. H. SADNDWIS.IB. .
galIon.
SOc
Merchants Transfer Syrup. Will deliver at per more. For rates or other information It. COBB. Pmidtat.G ..
Co. wants your movlnt'an'd'ban Address Plymouth Rock Poul- Phone 87., 206 South: Palafox: ,. apply on board or address P. O. Frt- aDd PMAt.

AH breakage: guaranteed. T. B. Tflor.! try Farm ,J, J.. ,Pope. Prop.UebIm Bristol Box 692, Pensacola. Fla l' aaeoJa. 1-la
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that no store shall match %. t BUG Old (

us In Henry M. Walker) Traveling Representative of the American. Fedsra' w !


: tion of Labor, is in the City to Address Various .* '


Liberalitywhich I [Labor Organization's.IN corded Pcnsacota'Following yeaViday! Ar.stract Is a Qu a k e r ; 'l'i ,

means that nostore '

wright shall}any)be wrongs. as Quickto as AN IN"tE'RViEW"HE: GIVES REA lots Clara 13 and Sunday 14. to !! ; ijJ1

iWEEKlY Tract Sec. 19.. T. 2
we are SONS: WHY THE EIGHT-HOUR I REVIEW J. A. Smith to C. Rye i//

WORKDAY SHO'ULD I the Pott's Grant ; }
: PREVAILIN Escambia. creek .t' 7SB
Don'tHesitate I ALL BRANCHES OF TRADE. i!1 and lots f, 3. 4. 6 : I 'I

I Of SOUTHERN I r Gives a keener enjoy 1 'i, NYP4, of S\V1/l. :: jJ1 the utmost, good whiskey..
I ;,30 W.. $soo.A. .
ment to the of life.
pleasures J, Vtnters to

4 I Henry M.of .theAmerican Walker, traveling Federation representative A high-class, pure gin, that I the cambia Potts Grant Millions spent to preparea
creek 2C4
or Labor, arrived in IPensacola last 'I '
to tell us about any ds.! evening from Oklahoma City I. T. He!,1, INDUSTRIES experts appreciate. perfect product-years
satisfaction ia our Mailory will remain here several days udrking [

: in the interest of the various labor ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT taken to ripen :'it.i -
I I unions which affil'ated with the j ; SHIPPING "
:. t American Federation of Labor. In New
Corporations Formed i in I' Dixie ,
: CravenetteHats. ,discussing the general conditions with "BAB" Atlanta Don't let the dealer .give
L, a representative of The Journal Mr.. '
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Land
During li3! Weak ,
Walker said; "

I. important The shorter workday will Is tho :most Just Passed.d . ,.. T .. .- ......r Lugela, I5r. s5. you just "whiskey.
movement, and continue . G//
Greenock 16 Lewis Bear & Co.:
: with Phone ,
to he auch. because it 1$ the simplest 3
I ana! most direct way of adjusting the McMillan Bros. Co: timber, 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.,
problem of distribution. A storeelosE'd Chatanooga. Ten nt., March 1.-As Gndny ,Noy bk, : :! Pensacola, F1&
Ihe weeks of 1906 into months
I early is a tore run easily. An' there seems to be no pass decrease' in the! l b.r.P.uenos'rca<<; : with J theRE
hour off the ""day's labor increases
numb of
r new industries organic]
John White Store ''production by virtue of the law that
The through the '
I south, on the contrarj-, n- VESSELS I
demands increase
The
supply. early the trend is
apparently the other .
*. I closing of stores makes for the earlierlopenlng way -St -
Spulaliat In M n Wumr, and Indications scan. .to. be that the
of rational/ era in the lives AHoth. Dutch as.
205-207 S. Palafox Street. j i of the tore works. one present so far year ill!will th-s eclipse.S(1)tlJ.i is any concerQ previous?d. .., .. ', _-'; ,. .. -- .' terdam to order.Farmsum. ( Holland) Gin
"The International Typographical u Dutch
Phone 225. The Tra.J!>Eman, in submitting the ? Union Is making "wondenul success of following MOBILE. ALABAMA., 1597 West
tabulated list
of new indus '
Ii the 8-hour movement throughout the tries for the week ,ending today, ,ventures .... tich., IFH
country and this is due to two forces,, the prediction that there will bea lolanthe, Br ss, ,.,.-- '
that of the loyalty and fidelity of its Vincent to Gulf
marked inereasunevery line,of Indubtry : -"I::: .:;-. In the midst of life's festivities the M
members and the sympathy and support and bases its the MARKETS Kirkswocd, Br ss, : : : : :
of the greatest thinkers of social fact that the prediction on don. -.JI:;; gaunt monster Death stalks abroad SI
and economic 'progress. &ut of meat of tho natural contemplated develop Pleamoor. Br ss, While many make: merry there a.rethose who are bow.
%,OOO members of that organizationthere I are already all but resources that Naval Stores. to master. broken hearted by reason qf a visit from the Grim Mons II
-I are now 37,741 working the eclipses anything that: the matured southland, far Sa\annah, Ga.. Mar. 1.-The naval t Secunda Br ss, brings, us to the fact that it is the duty of every man to
EXPR8S 8-hour day. The of the, who are dependent him" for support. No better
lessening ever dreamed of. Ifajmony between stores market closed today a<* follows: : Tenereiffe to The W. on
PRPAlD Z! dally hours of labor increases ths total all classes is another strong in'Jica WW .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ...6 20 .. Sited!echt,..Dutch a poljoy in the Equtable. The matter is of great im-
of products by increasing the opportunity tion that progress and ''Prosperity will \VG.-S' .: ........coN Galveston. every husband. or father for the span of life is short ao4
: and disposition for consuming continue inde.finitelyTh new industries : .. .. .. .. .. .. '.. .. .. ..5 90 Teodora de the end "V
them. The sum of Difference i referred to as reported by The- 1.1.... .. .. ... '.. .. ..:. ,....5 45K 2599. Hull. ..EDEiL&'IE3: : : aentoda
between a savage and a civilized I Tradesman for the past. week' as .. .... .... ..... .... .. .. .5 20 Tugela, Bras,
TsMk !state is merely the difference between follows: are 1.. .... .... ... .. .... .. ..4 55 Gruz. Genii Agts repo
;o QTS' men who have time and inclination to Alabama. H. '". .. .... ','.;. .... :... ..425 Vlvlna..Span ss, Knowles Bros ably

gratify their physical needs only and Cordova$ .OOO fuel company. G.. ... .. .. '.. ... .. ,.. .. ...4 07* erpool to Gulf Pensacola me
men who have time, inclination and I F..4' were
Talladega-$336,000 marble 07&
determination to indulge and cultivate ries. quar. E.. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..4 07% J-liL-- T
thp intellectual side of their nature." Mobile-Development company; D.... .... .... ... .... ... .4 074 Avon. Ital shIp A v : T on
!fire expects to remain in the cityfor $:!;).OOO land company.' O.... .. ... ...... -... ..* .. ...{ 07fc to Rosasco Bros.Casanova ... .................. ................. prod
several days. Last night he spoke Ital bk,
llirnlingham-$10.0QQ Spirits Turpentine,, GO perare
paving company cents.
to a couple of union m etings, and L Genoa.: -
to-night he will address a mass-meet Gadsden: $50.000-$12,000 iron bed factory.manufacturing Elvira. Port ship I it I Works ;::Supply Co. i the

ing of retail clerks in ths old Armory ctr gany.Tuscumbia( pany; $150.000 cold storage plant; Lisbon to ordfr. TLthe
building; Sunday morning he will holda -$8,000 canning factory. ?;;,OOO roofing company; $10.000 paint Bal"fAdele < and Repairers of MACHINERY AND BOILERS. ..
meeting of electricians; Sunday afternoon Arkansas.! company; $40,000 lan company. ; Swed bk;; :; MILL AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP of rteeti
he will speak to the membersof Springdale! -$150.000 evaporatin' ?' Hopkins vills! Gas plant; power Due Cuigini. Ita, .SPECIALTY Prompt attention given to all orders, :
the Typographical Union in the pant.; plant. .? :,. Genoa to order. Agents for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and tobJ
CHAS.BLUM&CO Carpenters hall and Monday night he Warren-$25,000 vehicle company. Owensboro-$10,000.,Jana1! .company. Ciampa Emella, It l also chains of all descriptions.! Office phone 123. Resi : tlve
will speak to the Carpenters and alsoa
f 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST. unIonists! .Hewill Harrisburg-$25,000 electric light Louisiana.' van a.Elvira. 1029. P,.,O. Box 123. PHIL I WITTMAN, Mgr. acti
mass-meeting of only. and power 'Abbeyyille-jce. and. cold storage; Port. bk, 4' ''' ... ... .. a se<
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. visit fifteen cities in Florida in company. ""' '''''''' ''' '' '' '"
_. 'Ilt tfl3 Rock-$200.000() construction plant. Delagoa Bay. with Theover
the near future. company. iNew Orleans-$1,5QO,000 development timber .291.922' ft : ... H....". ,.,....0.......H.......
i Safes! Safes! Safes! BentOQville-Casket factory. company; $10,000 lumber company Gudny. Nor bk .. this
Yellville-$15,000 telephone com ; $1000QOO lantj company; $50- burg. to master.: nab,

Buy Diebold Safes! I I II POLLARD /((1] pany.,Argenta! $15,000 lumber company. OtO) storage company company; $100,000; $300,000 saw manufacturing mil- 509 Pedro Savannah Lacave to Rix '{ SCOMMISSION COMPANY i 'a;
:
Fort Smith-$23.000; construction and lumber company. Providenza. Ital ,
Scarritt Moreno company. Lake Charles-Refrigerating plant. Starthem, 'Br bk, com'
Caldwell-$30.000 gin Thibodaux-Sugar* refinery. Antwerp. T
Special to The Journal. company.
Agent. Mrs. L. W. Hubbard. of Nadawah Florida. Lecompte-$50,000 oil mill.DonaldsonvilleT415,000 Thomas, Ital bk. BROKERS t the
arrived Friday.and will be the guest Miami-Gas plant. : warehouse Umberto I. Ital q'r houadn
.
i --. of Mrs. Cajboun. Jacksonville-$50,000 naval:":'stores and gin company,! : Genoa! ,to Rosasco I : .
': I INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. i .
l v'VOODAIl J. B. Murphy, of Evergreen, is mingling \ company. Mississippi Dei
Nocatee-Lumber Pelahatchie-$10,000 hardware com cool!
among his od! friends in town. company. : Lizzie E. !>Demlson .

T All kinds that want. Mr. M. Lindsay made a flying business Green Cove Springs-Saw mill.. '; pan Grenada)". -$10.000, '5%. to master.Horatio Wires N. Y. N. 0 and will
you trip to South Florida the latter Etna-Lath Georgia.and electrical .plumbing> and L. Baker. I I ,, Chicago. j jf (or

part of last week, returning Sunday. mill. shingle mill; saw Belzoni-company.$20,000 lumber '://. Lagu to.J:A.
: ; DAK AND PINEcheaper Rev. B. C. Glenn presiding elder of company.: Thos. S. Dennison
Swainsboro
-Telephone Missouri. HISTI
system. '
the Pensacola district was in Pollard 139. Baltimore to STOCKS GRAIN,PROVISIONS and.BONDS !
Savannah-$10.000 bag factory. St Louis-$20,000 hardware company f ,
than you can buy TuesJay shaking hands with his
it anywhere. friends.Mr. Indian Territory. ; $16.000 glass company; $200,000(
want. Any size you many. Ned Finlay and family. of Brew. BarUesviUe-$8OOOOOO; oil com mining and milling company; $50,001 Beatrice, Am bktn, E .and Sold on Margin or for Investment. :
pany. vehicle wood work company; $10,000 Rctterdam to : .
ton with the homefolks.
spent Sunday Tulsa-600-barrel oil $16' development company; $200,000 mining I Caroline
1 [. G. SEWELL appointment Rev. H. T. at Strout Atmore filled Sunday.his regular 000 bridge company.Kentucky.Louirriile$20,000 .company; company.company;. $200,000 lead mining Fort& de France Koch.to ': t : Rational and Peoples Banks., Phone 1173 ;
Co.
Phone 614. The Misses Campbell and Barren, automobile com'COFFEE ; Kansas City-Land company; $l0,- ........................................" s
two charming :young ladles of Atmore, ,
.. 000 skirt factory: $100.000 construction
I Lz-------; uests of Mrs. H. T. Strout for the "- --- ; company. Invaluable for .

Florida and Alabama past week. returned to their home In Went worth-Mining and mllJlng. : I have been suffer I
Atmore Tuesday. company, few years with a
I
The Pollard Mercantile Co. are Webb City-1,000-ton()( concentratingplant rheumatism and; fo YOUR HOUSE THIS SPRING F
i :LAND COMPANY' opening up new goods which are arriving -!I ; mines (near). Snow Liniment was
exp
daily and their doors: will be Joplin-Grist mill. that gave me satl
4 :Manufacturers of thrown open wide in a few dajs. We are the Pioneer North Carolina. to alleviate my : it look fresh and new and a fresh coat of paint edme.
P and Dealers in Our mayor and councilmen are still Salisbury-Lumber* mill John C. Degnan s the house last longer and adds to its value. :
,1.UMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN sleeping. They are a "Slow Joe" Coffee Roasters of 1'belbY5.COO woodworking plant SOc and $1. Sold by 1:4
r '
gallon thinned ;
GLES AND with linseed e
I KILN-DRIED SAP. crowd. hoarding up money in the West Florida.McHUGH'S Canton $100,000 transportation P' tOne
treasury but for what reason we do company. I n two gallons paint at cost of only it a

4 : -. -- not \enow. Our streets. ditches. alleys Graham-$15.000 canning factory. $1.15 per gallon. resin
and last but not least our little! Greenville-$50,000 knitting mills The Sisters ,of
i old anti-bellum school house, get:, BLENDS Gresnsboro$25,000.electrical company Lo d'A e, are requested Milt' Company tutd.
SOcis about as much attention as a nest', '; lumber coniipany.'McAJ.nvlile$100.000. Fellows'. Hall. ths: ,
I I full of young turtles. Wake up, gentlemen land and New .Degree Staff for 7. 21 East Garden Street. sohail II

I or we will be so far behind have no equal. A trial lumber company. Rebekas In the city to ,
I that trains five and six will give us Concord- $10,000 manufacturing: J. D.
I the high ball. will convince the connoisseur '.;. company.
Messrs. 'M. Lind C. Y. Charlotte-$100,000 cotton mill.
L ey Mayo and ,
Making L. L. Lott, went to 'Pensaco'a Monday that we Oklahoma Lufkln-(5,000 aun L. HALL & C05 PON

on business also to take in the make no extravagant, Lawton-iI mill. ; gas plant; oil and Cov-ington-$15.000
carnival. gas company. San Antonio-$ WILL SELL FOR 'SIXTY DAYS
Mr. J. E. Fuller of Nadawah was claims. Peckham-Telephone s>'stem. pany;' 120.000 type
: In town Wednesday on a business I I Thomas. -$20,000 telephone. com. Beaumont-Saw FOUR FULL QUARTS
Dollar .-
'
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Waco-$25.000
i trip. pan)
.. .
.OF. .
I The singing school closed Monday I Wholesale and RetailGROCERS Oklahoma Cit>-$350,000 brewery: El Paso-:-Saw mill ,

1 night with a concert by the facu'tyi $250,000:! hardware company. j comirany.: OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHIKET-
II;i class which! proved to ail con'cerned 'Uet Telepton system. Temple-:$30.000
Hobart-Heating and lighting! plant.I Uvalde-$10.000
that Proto Wood and wife
at Yon are Guthrie-$100,000 chemical company Bellevue=- FOR 350.
I Signs I,I well Fire. up broke in their out art.In the Shatins !houseat and all kinds of Feed ; $25,000 development company. Brownwood-Cotton

,I I the planing mill last night, which Stuffs.Pluto Braman-$20,000 gas and development Harris-25-barrel: at rock-bottom prices. You get your
1I011a.day-)0; barrel
came near resulting in the entire company. day order is received. Give trial
and these signs should} be I' plant Sha 'n Machine Shops. and grist mill. ; us a 'VakibilluSoedbuteoel
.. heeded. We mean that :, the being destroyed.of Prompt action on South Carolina. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.
part our citizens
4. our method of buyIng' all soon extinguished WaterWholesale : Greenville-$10.000 building com
goods for cash geilinc: all the fire, the damage being iRoanoke J _. .
; goods for (,'ash. and beins |I very slight.. pany., Nc\\'berr-Ic3 factory. r tory Norfolk; distillery.-:$25,000 .. +.*.........+......++...++++++...++++..** ]

r contented with a small '
Tennessee.'Chattanooga$10.000 .
profit enables us to spH!! The Original. I and. ". Retail.. ,. medicine factory pan. Richmond} $23,000::; \ ob
I Foley! & 0". Chicago, originated .. .. :. ., '' THAT LIGHTS : I
for SO cents II $1Lc
that
you you Honey Tar ; knitting mill;. $15OOQ and. conr-. c&mpanr.I .
and as a throat and .
lung, ] .
ordinarily pay $1 else New' Orleans Grocery Co.: t>any'p; per milL West
remedy and J Jtmerit
on account of th
4 where. A single visit : !" great Paris--$10,000 harness factory.Memphis I .
'
I and of I' "' w 50idiT Bit
popularity Foley's 1"'f oiJs ?
here and an inspection of and irrigation
f -$50,000 rice I
Honey and Tar Imitations I IS ECONOMICAL
many I
are pany. !
I our goods will prove It. I offered for the genuine. Thes worth- Jas. McHugh" company$10.000 electric company. ; Huntlngton O,600
1' Try one of our $13 Suits less Imitations have similar 1100,000. paving company.. : I .
-you'll find it the sounding Phone 05. Harriman-$10,000 lumber company. .
equal j names. Beware of them. The gnu-' Proprietor.! company W l1sburg--$100.000
; of Mr. Anybody's $15.00 Ine F 1'Y'8 Honey and Tar Is In a yellow ._-- Nasirville-$50.000 construction. company. you have a Welstach burner In the home or o'- :
-
suit. package. Ask for it and refuse,' n "pany.. >1. .':'loIlOJlgah-$10OOO i or a 300-candle( : power Welabach Gas Arc Lamp in :
any substitute. It is the bt>st..remedy Paris-$10.000 .hardware" company: store you have a light that rivals unlrght The .

,I for eonghjandeolds._ W. A. D'Alem- .I .;Midway. -Grist.mill. woodworkingplant. ; .Gyred\ arc for gas tip openings gives about five times .
,; bsrte druggist and apothecary I v lumber .1\lrl. B.' W. candle power of the open t'p flame at about 10 to 15 :
i I Newport-41,000,000 com cent. saving la cost. Tae rc .
300-caiUIe power gas
fl ,. Kan.. "!writes: My
t 'I l Escambla Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M. .pany.Torrnsend three months. The only 3 cents an hour.!:! :
lumber
H. 0. ANSON :I Regular communication of pany. -.$60.000* com. bad quick .
Escambla Lodge, No. 15. F & .
'n bottle of .
** Jonesboro-Implemenl'1IOrk's.' ed a i .
A.
i CASH CLOTHIER .i M. will be held Monday KnoxyUleU5.000lumber'mpanr.. rap, and It cured I /a.
Gas
evening '
March 5th Company
o'clock. Visiting brethren at 7:30: () icES Texa.1 -. six yearS ago and : i !
I. ly Inrttt'd.I fraternal Fort 'Worth-$25,000'Creamery; 50. always kept a bottle ]
: Corner Palafox and Main.
C. D. BEYER, QOO. brick works; $10,000"engjn? cannot do without It. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
.I W. G. DAILEY. W. M. lIuIsqDulJm ft.....NMU.AUL& works; $15,000 plumbing and heating colds U has no equal. sea
";I I Sec. '.. company Sold: by- all druggists. ......................................... ,




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