The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
January 28, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
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In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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!Ml Will Come Up in the House from Mysticrealm on the Royal Yacht Ropsen for Pensacola, Italian Car. Also,Broke.Last Year'sCentury Senator Mallory Appoints Joint NOT BUILDING WILL 'BE ALMOST' .1.'". ENTIRELY .1 g

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Louisville and Nashville
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r Connelly. depot have just reached the.

PLAINT IS MADE. FEBRUARY 26. I ,WAS POSTPONED., CONTROL.By local officials, and from 'what can be- :

: learned the plans as now drawn contemplate *-; j
Roosevelt Will Attend
TIME OF GREEN AND GAYNOR many changes. in the present*
By Associated-Press. King Priscus has started on his Services at By Associated Press.Ormond Associated Press. building. In fact it will be almost en.rtitely
Washington Jan.' 27.-Chairman' \oyage for iPensacola. This will be Washington U-an 27.-With tie TRIAL OCCUPIED WITH FURTHER
-Daytona Washington. Jan 27, Senator Mallory rebuilt, and when completed wilt f
Hepburn! to-day) reported to the House welcome news to ,the many loyal subjects (Monday. tire,on'the reir: wheel gone before the of Florida who was empoweredby IDENTIFICATION OF DOCU- present a much, more handsome aspect -:*

bl- railroaa': rate bill with favorable of His Majesty in Pensacola. fourth mile running on the bare rim meeting than rates< the present diiapidate4 I
a Southern
congressmen -
m-oniinendations of the entire repub- who look forward with eagerness to at top speej and cheered by thousandson MENTARY EVIDENCE OFFEREDBY structure. V
to appoint a committee tQ framea
I Ican and democratic members of the his visit each year. The followinghas SERVICES WILL BE CONDUCTEDAT the beach side. Clifford Earp in bill The plans which reached here somof 1
enlarging Uad ral control oft GOVERNMENT.
been .
lri.-rsiate and foreign commission received; regarding theKing's a ninety horsepower English carl weeks ago were submItted'to the local ,
: ST. JOHN'S PROTESTANT t quarantine..t-to-day. noun-c d the ap-
Th bill comes up in ,the house next departure broke the world's record'for one hun officials but, it is understood, did<
i pantment; .of Senators Culberson and .
.wk- Hy deFoiestgram via Highpoles EPISCOPAL CHURCH BY REV. died miles this afternoon making the; not meet with their approval as fart j +
Mjsticrealm. First Month, Twenty. !I'i Foster, Repr 3"ntaU.vea'Brant1. y., of By Associated Press
distance in hour, fifteen minutes
The is one as the arrangement of the offices was ,
report a comprehensive explanation -
seventh dayof the"Seventh Year oi Georgia, Moon, of Tennessee, Clayton Savannah, Ga.- Jan. 27.The Green t
fort and 2-5 seconds. The concerned and
of the measure. In attempt and } were consequently eentf
the of Priscus.To of Alabama, and Williams, of and t tbade
Reran CHURCH, NEW YORK. Gaynor trial to-day was occupied'
!Ins: to correct shipping evils the "billprondes former world's record, made by I to Louisville with recommenda
His Grace Reklaw Mahargni, Grand Mississippi. Senator Mallory is alsoa I II with further identification of the documents -
for a broader definition of Fletcher' last year on-tbte same course. lions: for many changes j
Factotum Pensacola, Florida member of the committee. and correspondence offered in
word "Railroads" hour eighteen' minutes and The ;
the and "Transporta- was one I new plans, which are now laposession
His Majesty, Priscus, sailed at midnight I By Associated Press. i'' evidence by the government and further i
ton'so; !' as to include within the jurisd 21 seconds. I ,;!! of the officials, are considered
twenty-sixth instant, board Washington: Jan. :27.! -President : arguments of counsel its 4
'<"r>n of the commission! regulationS on V Cexinno, driving an Italian'car, also U. S. S. VIXEN CREW as jo satisfactory, and it Is understood
the Royal yacht "Ropsen, accompaniedby Roosevelt has indicated his! intentionto admissibility.Dwing the 1
\\ .' private cars and terminalrces I broke the world's recora' today; coming argumentDistrict that work will be commenced" 'as boon .-
,' ; Icemg charges .are required his full\ } retinue of attendants. and attend the funeral of General in second in one hour,, sixteenminutes \ WILL GIVE DANCE : Attorney Ewing declared 'the as the proper material can be so-
rev ellers.By I Joseph Wheeler which will take place!( nine seconds. Hilt government had not abandonee the
to I published >in tariff schedules and I I i and thirty
Royal command I herewitn direct at St. ;JohnsProtestant Episcopal: I cases against W.T., Gajnor. a brothero tt
thlrtdns notice is requires to be I Bard I in a same make of Cir as Earp A complete change is contemplate ol!,
'm before changes ";are made in you to advise Her Majesty, the church here Monday afternoon. I came in third, in one houz twentyonet BIG AFFAIR AT WARRINGTON IN defendant: Oberlin 'M. Carter and The north "side, of the bv.ildlugwill. lid '
Queen, of His Majesty's sailing; to advise ,'The president will not accompany! :' t Michael A. Connelly. utilized baggageo tfruj
these shelnles The requirements t minutes al\efive seconds as a room, :
all of His Majesty's loyal: subjects the body to Arlington. but will attend] driven L.anciaI' ODD FELLOWS HALL TO- Judge Sper referred to the fact that avoiding the present sllr. {
u> ui obviate what is known, as the I i Three other cars :by annoyance
midnight tariff I of the contents of these presents; :simply the church service; which will Harding and Chevrolet,,*"dh4 not,.finish MORROW NIGHT. Mr. Ewing seemed to have authorityupon I feted by, passengers of having to pass s

Section I four of the bill confers, power and also to council the aforesaid loyal :'l bo conducted by Rev. Dr.' Stires of Cedrino also lost Sis 'tIre 'in this V4. which to base arguments for the. through a quantity cf baggage in order 1
of His to abjure all St. Thomas church New Yorlr, who contention! he was making against ad
on the commission to establish subjects event.! 7 to reach the cars while the ticket:
rates or to declare what will be a occupations of- whatever natura in will accompany the funeral party to attempting two miles fIn ; mining in The members of the crew of the mission of evidence, but was opposedby office will be so l located that tl'k"tltcan 3

proper charge In a certain instance. which they may be engaged upon the ;Washington.i the speed trial Marriott blew out both U. :S. S. Viren! will 'give a dance at defendant' counsel be purchased from the 'faiH'1;

The report states In this connection twenty-sixth and -'(.twent-seventh of : EVANGELIST KEGEL cylinder heads of his sfeamer, and the ,Odd Fellows Hall in Warrington "You ,seem to accept It as sett ed." rooms instead of the open hallway 3Sj

teat it is*just to the commission that next month,' that*they may greet-JHs)' TO G.O MIL.LVIE'Y1 ttbe: *erent was ptstPo %'lu# 3ipnday., *. Maorrow 'night, Jan. 29.' ,Peneaco- sal the'cbnrt."Wattlie_ co'ur-, -w, $, j -, x 'caseT, erV, ,y-Uhbj' ,. .,. x etageneral
Bans i are invited"and '
none of its members think it wise togtant Majesty: upon his arrival at Pensacola, '. :particularly ra si-stain when ,objections 'aia offered t to waiting To mr; ;\laaieg'DIiiin 1 ';

authority to take the initiativeIn at high noon on the twent>-sixth, and II I Evangelist Kegel who has closed, a spccialjtrain' will leave, the city: aiI 8j your evidence. As you seem not ,to ,room, and a colored waiting room, ;1:1: f
rate making. (,-Jurisdiction; is confined join hi' the revels x>f his reign which most successful meeting at Muscogeevjli I I >, m. and will return after 'the ball. have the authorities reaay the ,court t of which 'wil] connect ,with the ticket}
will expire at midnPP.tit on the twenty' leave for Im\"ie.w. where he will Passengers! will .be carried free and : .
1 to cases where: complaint has adjourns till Monday to give :you ,a office, which will be a great improvement
i seventh open a series of ten meetings commencing RU| MORMONS'OUTBy nn"21dmls6ion will be charged ,at the j
chance to find it. conditions.The .
been made: when it is authorized to I f 1 Friday night February 2.Mr. over present
commands fail not hall J although admission will bt refused
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declare what is "a just reasonable Obey Ma-I James Watson the advertisingagent ; JUilch,and, bens rooms will be '
and fairly remunerative rate Or rates"with on pain of the penalty for His for the evangelist is'feow advertising Associated Press.' Music to will any be objectionable furnished by partf Birnos's s. centrally located near the waiting j t

jE'st"s displeasure. the'' entire community and the PENSACOLIANSTO'.OKLAHOMA rooms, ana' everything will,.be arranged
a "maximum" rate. ..... Orchestra Rrefreshments will be
Raleigh, ]an. .27. .V spocial' from
Five thousand dollars fine is proTided ELGADK UNJAQ. greatest results are anticipated. served bj.the Catholic ladies and the for convenience and comfort. ;
| The fereat: work accomplished bv I New'hern. NT. C., says the citizens of .
for disobedience of the conimiss.on.s His Majesty's!. -Chamberlain..'- ,; 'this able evangelist will be all that I.Markers IslanJ indignant at the efforts proceeds will go to them.Entertainment % Up-stairs all of the offices will be

order is n'essarto urge all} to take advantage |r of Mormons to establish a church Committee. remodeled. In fact all of that portion ;
of this another opportunity to of the holding will be entirely rebuilt. '
Two new members of the committeeare DR. LEGCO WINSBURNS where
itterp burned the building the Ths e entertainment committee of the J
and preacher,
hsr this When the work is completed the =
provided for at salaries of $10:> ', Meetings eveiy night commencing all j j I Mormons held services and told thel Concordia Club will hold a meeting: LARGE PARTY WILL:, GO THERE
010/ each withse>en year terms. I HANDICAP i the above ment'oned! and Sunday: missionaries to clear out; and if Ibis afternoon 'att o'clock in the club building will be credit to the Louis.

I mornings\ ; at 10:30.: J loitered!i they would be treated th'1'1 rooms and all numbers are requeued THIS SPRING .AS GUESTS OF vine and Nashville, as many thou-
Come. early for sets. .!coat of tar and, feathers. to be present j sends of dollars wil beexpend, By Associated Press. THE FRISCO ,YTEM. the work,

GYPSEY OMENAGAIN Oakland, Calif., Jan 27.;; The Burns ,

handicap..: va'!ued at $10,000vas overa 1
goad: track. Dr. Leggo cam in : K "Westward ,ho!" No part of the

first, fled Deaf second and ,Proper! i, country has made as rapid development PEN5ACOl MAN N

UNDER third Trie: 2:03UTTie; distacca in the past ten. years as the _
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was a m'.le and a quarter. southwest.! This is particularly true

.. ., 'J of Oklahoma and Indian, Territory .
NO .. ..The railroads have been the civilizers

RRE5TCx'I ... ,-.. -,1!_. t,. V
-.- '0 The great Frisco system has taken
I. OF PACKERS -. .... "- '- V
I the lead in this 'part That system
I hs done more to encourage ernmigratron -
By Associated: Press, S f I II J 1
?l1 to this new undeveloped country
used a Scene at the Police Chicago, Jan. 27.:Thj attornysiin !: to advertise its resources: ,to build-up _
case of the packers faile4; to reach]; its cities, than any other agency.)".
When Locked Up by an' agreement to-day regarding a stats- I 1 Arkansas is now coming: unj
the Police.Two ; mant of facts in th-*cJ.Se. it Is 2J-1 influence esreciall.the] southwest! ..
matted br both sides that there i I t I part of the state .1 I! Death In the Mobile Street

'chance of agreement, 'althouih: it is I71LtpJ}' i I ( v vR ilr.: W. H, Conne and. )Ir. E.. ,R.|!

Gypsy women Mary and Ann considered r mot!. Johct, the Frisco boomers, have I Car Accident.The .

caused quite a commotion at the SreR: r .1 t?I,1 1 Len in Pensacola for the past week

Police station yesterday
Then they were locked up on the MANN[ citizen! in their immigration and- colored. one of the1, Uml1l. ot

charge of aoin? business without a > colonization propoltlcJh.I a results the street car accident: in Mobile \V l.ntsday. .

lef: Sf', and for a few minutes It''It FOR pERJURY .' TilE the following they say intend taxing!j ja reached the city yesterday

!ooksd as though the; officers woull 1J R EAl1 trip as guests of the _Frisco and K:t j and will be buried t-dar. '

to compelled to use force in order toJIIak lI C Southern CoL Co., to Ashdown.j
By Associated Press. S> Kh Hanes, who wag and raisedia
1h'Gmt'n the women go arrested!nto the late cells.estfrday -1 I New' York.. Jan. '21.-COI. W. D'j Ark. in the coming spring: Thos. C'i' IVnsaeola and who went to Mobilea

t aft rnoop w'rt'cn the charge! of doing Mann eiilor: of Town Topics, was arrested -, Watson! U, J. Hooum, A. M, Avery. W.A .:' year or more ago, was one .of the

business without a'!license\ : Thy lats to-daj: .by detective from 5 kr.Pft Blouu't. Geo. Wentworth., 801.1'passertieru on the street car that

had bsen telling fortunes in the city. the office of pistrict Attorney Jerome: '. t J Cahn. L. E. Brooks. I), Hale Wil jumped the track as it wan roundng

having. camp about thirty feet out- charged ,..'ltllavlng committed: W. F. Cresry. and others. 1 J a curve at a. high rate of speed Wednesday
s14. the city: limits hut would fre- He :.+= v
result of such 'atlvertani; overturned" and
testimony in the trial As a The car was
qUf'ntly crow t1>e' line anti vlstt'sxdenees ( perjury in his '
charge !I I methods town and cities have> sprung three passengers killed and a numberof
the .
In the city to ply their of Norman Hapgood cfj Sr'FxNES s y? i '
trade Mr.i by. magic l in this new ('ountrr.iOklahoma J other were badly injured. s
charge up as
They had been arrested bsforhad criminal libel i, .on wh'c.i, :.:; i
but bj'n allow'd to go upon a tech- acquitted. ," r sixteen; y girt 3E: "!*** <>*-( Barnes mas among those who werJri'l .
aleaily. Hapgo{ ;>d was crpied wholly l>y inHIaDi, H ;tow: bras' ) ->4' and hi. body was prepared :for

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y -sterday, however, conclusive ev L SEVERAL CASES TRIED '.. < ... ,,' '. a population of over 8)00!) ?!-rv/h.te; roenind ,! I btfr'm'! !. left oven: receipt of information t:
df'DI" was obta'n! and, two.. of the ,, a S. state.tlesa I! ;roir t:Is relatives in Pensacola theremains
'omen were: taken into custody and |'N J ; t tIn > will 1 soon be admltie-i! f were cent here for Interment.
sent ----: : I f Lawton. Hobart ana! ober cities Barnes was well known In Pensa--
to jail There they protested '. tsnuAZ, U I
]nadiy, that they were not guilty and the .criminal J-court sesterday.l; ;" I APP, DRAIT OY than five years old hale po HdatConsl; cola where he had lived for many
In thrlr broken language attempted tot"ad Judge; Beggs presidlns: the following.1: SILLS exceeding 13,000.: i! (tars.

l the officers to believe that thaynot cases were disposed of: The magic employed'-to produce

bad been in the --cit- This did Cbas Lisce was' fouod not withoutJ gu1t11on (, -< such results is railroad liberal1'! *' and: ACCIDENT DELAYS
entering :
of '
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JO 'though, one to the charge I
and as thy had no
subsequently con..jvictd ,, development the richest: land in the I I Icountrr.
stand but .was ..
bend placed '
for them, both were
la Jail. of petit larceny and. fined 510 \ T ,;' :: and the method mplojed! E1ICH! SCHOOL ECHOOwinr

Thh. women did not like the idea tforcnpY' or 60 das in .j.jail.Ricli the I I II : Crr. I !In disseminating! the facts to the!!
.n;; cells: an.i it required sev- Williams -was was on sent I .yV' j; THL- RfA1.IT : world. --
e.1> of srand Inrci'i and to the breaking down of one
offle">r, and considerable talk to I charga ) "' : This sane rich'BoUis fo be found
for C laachlne it WM impceafeto -
**t them without 'to the county: jail / of Tfte
;sing! force ta enL r the t Reuben< Cotton wai: sentenced .. ,' :' In the Red river valley' in Arkansas?; to print The H3fr School
ii for grand Ianceny. :- ', : methods ,are employed' : The Echo win,be
Later in the the women i i i serve a' 6'Vday sentenca and the same : fkho this twirl ntr; ,
evening ,
ver. released condition that ": EVER-NOtICE THAT" AS RULE: ; JIR. 'MAN:WHO CRITICISF3 EVKIiYTHING A. [> LVERYEODYX F to develop and colonize there' as! pubKdhed either! Tueday or W lafl>_.

the entltband upon of Gypsies leave. theby ,[j i Quite : nun b r-bf Vases. .coni ,| THIS: WORLD GENE UiJY 1V1IGN. HE CO .ES'TO. ADD Lt; IHS LrWt'S' .U OOU -TGETS: NOTHTNOT. tr' Fire observed-in Oklahoma. I day morntog. '
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pAug TW __ :TE. PENSA'C9L; .-s4J.D.\V'. 'MORNING, JANUARY 28.4VO.: .. .. -.. -J .' -

:; _Dont Dyspepsia think 7od can: -cure'your- dyspepilaIn'any .. .I I Knight of the. 'y'' whiskCyf4 Gnt rigijwAYC'QPLETEOTO.: rI H .: -i: :. .j1: r;e

other way than b7etengthentngj, 'j I
and toning your stomach. \ v: 1 I THEB1GSTOREVc

That is weak and incapable of- pirformlnj, Middle. AoesEg bold up! I 1 IV : !
Iti ftmctlOBi. probably b<
___ ed upon it in""one way or another over, : TROY ALLISON to thcIIgbF rJLI PENSACOLA'S BARGAIN CENTER.

and over again. .
4 ,You eboQld tateHood'sSarsaparilla _Co lIn t."l 1905. ,ku\ Trou AUIsoa__ ..

!I c "Don't you think we are going 'I I its purity'shines I 'r,- .EMONDAYEi _

? It etrengtbeni and tones the Itomach. i: fast?' Her eyes were opened to their { '

and permanently cures dyspepsia and all utmost limit and the kept a furtive I through.test We will begin one &f the most? Sensational: Salesofjhe entire, season.: We

: stomach troubles. Accept no lubitUnU. I Ir I grip on the seat. it by all Sixty-Eight Miles uf Continuous ] :will offer you the grandest bargains in 'Wool Dress Goods. Silks, ,Table Linens

'- ; Crawford guided the automobile over' I. means. -V Towels. Corsets; and many others., Remember this is not all newspaper talk the countryjoad last cobbleston.- ?*tjeet* that'. led- *.. o !not thelflavor ) i Pared. RoadFpishedn.. ":;'f.I. et; Wd:bivbe8niprepkTingfor\ \ ;: this Great, :.January Sale for some time. We can

!' .*Uust poldn<<.*.bi!'ald" staccato. : : EtCOSt1 t assureyouthepriceswe'name; ? you will simply astonish you and cause the

\ ".$ut this ismy first trip iu one. My the bouquetthe I.: ), -- .. \! most'"experienced; shoppers to wonder and ask how reliableierchandise. : can

country biooa U' feekng 'coascaled," : lingering be' old; so cheap. Out they go with a mIghty' rush. All winter merchandise

she Rasped as the machine leaped from.1' satisfaction V. I 'Sfwml '*nd':WeSt Talm Beach are) 'tit almost half price. Sale begins' Monday at 8:30.: Better come early and

I It the last layers of cobblestones and now linked by one continuous paved
t went whizzing along ttyj dirt road. that comes from'onl}' a high : highway! a distance of sixty- II I
I He put on. more speed, ami they grade.article.: miles, and which is!.&e<.ond Jo. no tbod: .
rushed on madly, Crawford fazing ,Intently -.]' full measure-convenient everywhere package I[ road or constructed thoroughfare in From 9O&until 1OOO O'clock -.HourSaIe.
I moderate price-sold I .I 4
him. |i the state the jointag link of wentytwo ,
Fhe remembered stories of people : I Three cases of Extra-Heavy Blankets. full 114,
1.000 yard of HEAVY oqTTNG: F
b & b atlanta miles of this toad between Fort
frI .1. who had suddenly been trUck with In. 'I Lauderdale\ Dclray to"hch, > worth lOc yird. sp cal: for 5cthe yard. t "worth $1.5i i>>-f3r one hoar from d until 10-at 79
tanity and little) cold chills crept up -I ana' : Two c ssj o' Children's Eura.llfavy FIrtc3cents.: I .
points I it. had 'previously! beco&,'otijl.fiom 100 Box Sweet 'Toilet Soap 3 cakes to a lohnurfroI'
and down her t-pine.' : !- Lined UN)DERWEMl, worth 50c a Suit-for one i
I --- --- -- ilalmi West Palm Beach?I hour al box..
'and for a
"Aren't we running away?" she" ? until 10-at 1cSuit. 1 worth 23c a box. on- ,8e.
: -I'm I t.iiry, too." sin raid with (Ik* :<.>sPt'ctin1r. hl\in; been cowpctcd! :: > .
r Clearance of quavered."That's exactly! what we're doing.** |t, suspicion of a \ob. :*!thir..' the past fed!>'s. though U SSlnsh: NOVELTY GOODS. ......- .. :S4-inc,! imOADCLOTH .. .. ... .....
1 "..m.3> s. It.
,"If oonont= to be omo days yet
\\ould.ouly ( S
be said calmly.'SIn fact, we're elop jou I pec/at
G3ODS..pccsa 54-inch PLAID SUITING ......
and rcllei :
: Mr John Crawford tonight we would thoroughly: crusnei ;3S-meh: MOHAIR .
: Fine Fancy ing" to find SDmewhcrp where to afford easy and comfortable pas- ; 40 inch SERGES. . ... ...... :-..... Brown Black, and Plue.
-or all things! Her exclamation I try could have a : and sage to 1>pedestrian animal vehicle au I Itcmobilc 40-:nch FLANNELS ... ... .J;:..... inch NOVELTY MOHAIRS.......
now expressed" the settled conviction we a jolly supper a the Miami A full line of colors.
or bicycle says
China Cups and : that be was a victim of insanity."It's fire.:' Metropolis. V .:; 4 9 40inch CREPELEIN (Black).. ..:.,. 9 8
this way, Elizabeth.: he explained You'd make a nice |lovabla! husband, The completion of this road means'! 40-inch LUSTER (Black) ... .. ....., G
with the calmness she thought.' W'ouldrftour' she said in indignant much to ,}laiq1I.Vest Palm Beach and ;, Worth CO. Go and 73c Full line* \ jci'$1.50.- '
c.c.Saucers that precede an Insane outburst, you scorn. -What. woman' would want to the countrj laterroediate ,in thatt\ I[ :
bate refused me twelve times and I : marry a brute t'3pableor starving: and opens; up a' new' line of travel between !j ITsHECEATr'hR M.NA I
freezing her to death?" tli jUo places and affords facility r F
: 1 have my own erstltions about .tryIng ? : : WAIT SALE.
; q} individual and : foi' either I
Principally cups the thirteenth." 13' child, tbove are cuitltated ("bar-I those 'Ivfng'alons: It to reach
in odd and artistic acterUtics, cultivated merely to cf the places above mentioned or '
aucers shapes ; She looked at him somewhat hopf fully. i
; $ admiration and I I zrarket and shipping, point., :The roau I i iIs HEXT WEEK THE GREATEST OF AIL SALES .
At least his was not entirely your undying.regard.My :;
i jmd decorations in memory ?
Tea. wideto
: .exquisite i real is I[ built of native rock sufficiently
i disposition sO) gentle as to !
gone. allow of the safe to two or|
Chocolate and After- passage SENSATION
Coffee TOWEL
"I heard you last week: at the I Lch. make a lamb seem stem and unrelenting. !, more jehlcjes and is smooth and ade-j SENSATION. ,
Dinner Coffee sizes. I ley' dinner party," he continued, "MV- But I couldn't! atro.rtl. to follow th8dletnt" endiih all and line .
: : nate' < for Diodes i :27-inch Back Taffeta: Silk oiled b lie&: We will American B'autj Crsa5..h..p
Ing that you liked the strength of purpose of my lender heart.. You would, of travel. V give .jou a '\ .ward for every ona that split's!! I LW, D. resets ....f ..... ,........ ..-.SpGCIQlExtra c:

rpcnlation and for use on special! orna"1 that men of today were apathetic creatures am ruling you with an iron rod Oh. j I this toad or the connecting part of It. Flaid S'lK!I ,, new pat t ernt:/ new stle 1 ,;-Extra ,, .
-4 rnorSH. C ..... ...... .., .. .
sions-such as receptions, without a proper supply of back- ladye fair and you alt right.there until j'there is already a 'percer.ilble increase j ISpecial, 89c : t :
I automobiles ... ...... ._ .......
the an-i RoJatorcesLr.
you to marry in number of and ,
leas where pretty color effects are bone. You went .so far as to say! you promise met 10 pieces of Fancy Silk. fine stripe fancy } 5 9 C
desired,they are distinctively! the thing. I would prefer being kidnaped by a man ,. An hour later be wondered" If she I> tearing cars both here 'and time at Palm check wort $1.00and $l.23Extia* Special, 75c ;{* Roth shrt and Ions worth .
there '
I of that type to being begged and teased were asleep. The bundle of rugs bad i'Beach and within a short .yard. ::, from $1." 25 to $2.5. ", tr
the selected vehicles "
as style* may be all /111: be several lines of these i
and implored by the ,men of today. I remained a silent heap while. be back and forth i
different in shape and coloring.! tramped the road. V .carrying passengers TABLE DAMASK SENSA T1ON. .
Now, cbl1d"-be turned toward b > j I
my ( (between th t wo.. places, while it will

. ito .tanng and have cut the regularprices goodness to behold your fairy r.l. match .vehicles. ". Spu.-ial 5c. i worth ;1.:5"and 51.37-:Special, 89c. a
1 i mothers" patting his cheat that "Eight o'clock" he said in surprise. I This increase in automobiles is SO doz: Towelb worth 15 apLSo-sp-clal 10c. I -. '
deep enough to accomplnh} it i might locate the said godmother. "I "It's V really not proper for you to stay !,I more V perceptibly noticeable at Palm 50 doz Towels, worth 20, 23: and 35 cents- j 72-inch Tabable Laraask.. and full])-sizs Napkins.

quick. !,". j jr7 ; am giving you your wish. You are being f her all night 1 'don't think Craw. .''I i Beach where they have been veT Sp'-clal, 15c :: ,I $1.00 and 51.23 Special. 79c. "f....... 1

abducted in the style of the middle I ford is a particularly undesirable name '! scarce in the past on" account of there $449 .buys $550 Blanket. S9c buys S1.25: Blanket/ '. p
for "driv. .
H ages." t j to bear." % being" no facilities or roads have hit $3.10 buys $;).00 Blanket. $1.50 buys $2.00 Comfort: ,. J
ire, but fever seems to
"You're a brute' !" she said concluslvely. 1, "''I'll-111 in marry you" came in I!it hard ana1 the as a result there have beena $5.69 buys $; BlAnket,:' 89c buys 1.5 Comfojrt. :.:r s (
quavering tout from the bundle of '
number of cars taken there alreadj ... ,;
107 SOUTH ."0h, not quite so bad as that!" ex-1 I rugs... "thIs, season, while many :others will "': ,. NEW_:ARRIVALS.. 3'
PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA tenuatingly. "Of course I could not .\t the very first opportunity?" he I I I come before ,U has closed; Miami also --" ... .

furnish the absolutely proper stage set I asked eagerly. I has. many more autos than ever New Embroideries, Match Sets ... ".: .. ." New Laces Match Sets
N-. ---- tings. You will observe. that I had to 'Yg. Better get a disagreeable (fore. ajjd the increase can be attnE4uted ;
omit the white! palfrey* ,1 didn't nlan.1 thiog,over: with- as ion as possible. .largely to_this road..' which now. Before BuyingWotir t...Embroideries. and. Laces get Our: Prices! .

._ _, __ i iNick's thin In time to advertie for white!1'dejectedly.v: vU : t"t .... '.opens' np-'thei >BgesVand .:What undoubtedly .- ,. .' ,
palfrey, and I thought I might not be1'i V jumped quickly Into the automobile. \ ; -., will be come the greatest. ,1 T.
:? able to handle .you as tenderly charging 'pi* sure highway in the state. 'J
Buffet and 'To Mr. Fred Sterrj manager. qjIth '
along upon one. I'll admit tht "Do 't touch me," she said. "I: hate ((9 ;
th ;
> Tf Hotel Ro>al' Polncna.goes! .
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In-1 I,
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the np-to-datenes of this machine yon bate you,>hate'you, and I'm'going I iciedit'pf having been the first 'person ,.C

Restaurant: troduces a false" chronological note" J II to make. you as miserable as I possiblycan. : ta; drive his auto over the new road, .
sorrowfully-"but won't yon admit I I. ." ; coming from the West Palm Beach ..
that you are more comfortable?* He laughed' happily. "I'll look ont end and proceeding to Fort Lauder '

j; is the In only Pensacola place, In of fact UsVlnd : "I hate you" she responded' Icily. for my personal safety I'dae] 48 miles, ana' crossing that.. partpqedrsfentlv CONSOLIDATEKlROCERY ((50. proessionaJ! 'Di COry! :
ItI is "That's BO'obstacle to: a determined : 1111.1)1: his band '-oa the leyeo.a4dj; 111 e laid. f""IIt 4 ..,. ;, I II
f : bfalh'ne'shot" : :This ws.dosie lait Ssiadayi.dter'de .j
knight of the middle ages. He was I the forward (' I
exceedingly cheerful "10 difficulty -'I ly. He drove i was greatly enjoyed by Mr.I THOS. PEBLEY,
fact forward a quarter of a
; A Pride MAIN OFFICE. : BRANCHES.Savannah. .
to and his guests on the trip.
: lends charm to an adventure. mile and turning suddenly, came in 1
I I 1 The new part of the road, they report .
"You'll take me home this very minute sight of a Souse brilliantly lighted. somewhat rough on account of the Jacksonville Florid Tampa, Pensacola. J
Eensacola. !** she comma Bded imperiously. "The minister lives there," he erplained 1' roller not having finished fts' work, PHONE 559.

h "Not so were the Sabine women ]I II composedly.! "I found him yes- I though It Is in sufficient condition to
3 Larger cltleg cannot I obeyed." He was tragically: firm. terday and told him to expect us any i allow the passage of any automobile
4 bout of a better equipped : "I'll get out and "'!\\Ik." time until 10 o'clock. I have a license t or carnage.. PAID CAPITAL $500,000The
Dr.S. R.
T place. The *rvice Is the 'You: might If I slowed up the ma. my pocket" be added. ___- Mallory Kennedy
.. HaL that can bs had.I I chine." lIe put on delib When" A Card.
more speed they came out of the minis-
all Consolidated: Grocer Company ta successor to the C. B. Robert Office! over D'Alemberte's Drug Store
erately. "But jumping out Just at this ter's study and Crawford helped her This is to certify refund that druggistsare Company of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company, of Jacksonville; Office Hours-9:30 a. m to C p. m.

I! Nick Apostle Propt'rBrosnaham I stage of the game :would be a somewhat Into the' machine: she sat :Igid giving oley'authorized&, Honey to and Tar falls your to moneyif cure the grocery h-&ncb of tte Florida Naval Stores and Commission Companyof Phones 274 and 109.

dangerous feat"She him as much of the scaras she conld cou'ga 'or cold.. If jstopa the Jacktonville the grocery branch: :jf the Mututl Naval Stores Company oj i ... .
your -- -
; L dropped into her seat resentful possibly leave scant. I Jacksonville: ; the grocery branch of tie: Gulf Naval Stores Company, 02
rl heals the lungs and prevents
ly.. "I have heard of a proverb Mr. "I forgot to bring any rica and old cough from coll. Cures la Jampa; ice grocery branch of the ou Naval Store Company. of Peasacol/:
results a
Doison&Co.Dollar John Crawford"-the sarcasm In her I shoes, but perhaps! tiny were not jisedIn grippe serious cough and i>ren ota pneumonia the the grocery grocery branch branch or of the the Southern West Coast Naval' Naval Stoics atoms Company Company of Savannah of Pensacoii T, G. YATES M. 0,
voice was intense-"that has probablynever olden times.' Nevertheless ,
ye and consumption. Contains no opi!- Will handle In and
everything Heavy Light
:r Makers Machinists been entertained by :your benighted la a lovely wedding; journey ., isn't.It?" ates. The genuine is In a yellow and Imported Groceries Turpentine!' Tools, etc. State Groceries Agents Grain for the Oometli OPTICIAN
and Founders. J mind. Possibly you have beard persuasively."Mr." package.: REfu'st substitutes. W. A. Hick*ry Turpentine Wa on.. V' Whit.
Staamshlp and Mill Supplies. that there is a difficulty in getting a Crawford," she said stiffly, "I I D'Alembert. druggist and apothecary. % 306 THIESEN 0U/IO/C/V/

14 L Pi jteatdeaea nfflee Phone Phone 919. 933 Cote PensaooU.Street Clorid Wharf horse to drink even after you have led would have you understand one thing C. M. COVINGTON 'MANAGER. - __ __, _.1
/ BRANC"'New
'1 All Work has Our Personal Attention. him to water?" j right now. Uncle) Tom bought an automobile FRIEDMAN'S & CO.
"My dear girl. your positive and I three" mouths ago and taught .
strenuous knight of the middle ages me how to run it. 1'could have left

would have staked that horse right you all alone to tramp that 'country GREAT SALE

: Marine Grocery Co. there until he got so thirsty" he would road If 1 bad wanted to." lie heard a Crop Cane Syrup

have neighed for water. sni'pre' 8W 606 608, 610 S. Palafox St. She sat In silence for tbe next half "You unmitigated fraud! he ex The big sensational sale of Louis
Phone 725. Friedman & Co. is the talk of the
j! hour claimed i ullng; her toward blIp joy. town. It begun on last Thursday Put up in all 'size packages .
, I "I'm almost frozen. she said petulantly. fully. "By George I'm glad It only F : .
; V. J. VIDAL, Manager. morning ana' since that time the store I ',. I '
I. "Perhaps It's part of your takes one ann to. run this eloping *as been' packed.: It there hilt"er.r "
plan that I get my fingers and nose steed-I am eVn so-Oadrooka!" (I been any question asto, what ne. pa' WRITE FOR PRICES '
THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO I frostbitten/' I per advertising could do this sale
It's'! too bad." politely, "but whenever proves the met of it beyond the I
and .
EAT. H j,.1. you are ready to marry me we Royal assembly Select of Union Masters.Regular CouncilNo. I' question of a doubt.. This firm probably Supt. Stores Southern States lumber Company :
the did not spend over five' hundred DR. J. MOCKDENTAL
Just Received: will head this machine for nearest 7 U. & S. M.. at 7:30: p. m., Mondlv .
( dollars for advertising and just looUiat :
I : fijOibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch minister. Jan 29. Work ? Visiting companions -f the .returns. Could any one spad I, I PENSACOLAFLORIDAFAMOUS
I "Then we will wear this automobileto are cordially Invited. .
; of fancy :
50'kUs Mackerel. 11.25 1
per that much through othc i SURGEON.Crown
; kit. a frazzle. I hope you have a perpetual C McK. OERTING, T. I. M. 1 money any '' .
method do better?
SO kits Salmon $1.:3 per kit. motion'; motive power and don't HARRY GIBBS SEC. i True the firm Is offering the epublic --READ TH-'S' ADVERTISEM 'N-r.------: : and Bridge 'Work a Specialty.
SO kits halibut tins, $1.25 per kit. I depend' entirely upon gasoline." - I wonderful bargains. but then what S Painless Extracting of Teeth
SO'kits of'Cod Tongues and Sounds'I Crawford gave her a startled glance would be'the Uood, of It Jf the public : ,,-I VF' ,'28I4's.Palafox I St.

,t '1': per kit. from the corner o(,his eye surprisedthat I knew nothing about it, 7 and 'J Old. Armory Building.
.i Bloaters. Tdllkers and Roes Herring, she knew ,the machine would not Those who have attended: 'this, sala !IOSES Phone 1077.

.- Codfish, Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles...I keep on Indefinitely. I I r Hot I are enthusiastic} about It and had Uj ... .- -.. -
German Saner Krout "'Ob. that's all right" cheerfully. j not be?n for Louis Friedman:& Co's
Pigs Feet in kIts. 100. Bhe relapsed 'Into her sulky alienee, I big ads In The Journal ,they would DR. C. E.
Manewal and Langa's Fruit Cake. V '!probably hate never Known anything OLD FASHIONED
i and for the next hour Crawford went Chocolatewith
National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. :se i. V [ about the sale or about the great OSTEOPATH.WILL .
steadily! ahf'ad'bistJIna: occasionally
per Wft pound.handle the celebrated blends ot I I to relieve thejmonotony. I bargaias.r WhISkIESI RE-OPEN OFFICES .IN PEN

Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee I I He turned the machine into a lonely Cured Lumbago. SACOLA APRIL' 1st.NOTIC

: 0;.. H P. Chlpman. Manager.Oaxaca. road branching off from the main road. 1: A. n. Cannian. Chicago writes Mar. -

Sic lb.; Gold Standard. 25c7ftI I They paused over a swampy spot! that Whipped I l.c. 1903: "Having' ; !Jce* troubled with FULL A LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.
Diamond Blend. 25e Ib; Golden the automobile almost refused" to take 1 Lumbago. at different times ant: tried I [
Rio 20o Ib.Strictly I 'He drove farther into the neglected I one physician after another,. then dif' fQTS. We believe; \xv Mv will gn ge hi* purchase of
fresh roasted and as good l wlldnes. and the automobile suddenly :I Cream (!rent ointments and liniments gave, "OLD RYE" "Whiskey throo h an intelligent regard for*aj he4lth..,. ,; The Woolley Sanatorium the cnl! <1ft.
..any Coffee old in this city. stopped with a snort.' ;I It up alto;clh?r. So I tried once fig We KKOW that A rV man i il! TOO intelligent to buy imitation Btjtute in the United States' where: (!b-
Send us your urdvrs and we mill deliver I "Suffering saints" he exclaimed dl.. : moreS ant sot a bottle of Bal'ard's! 'It: .. whiskey *fter he discovers b*. baa flttn 'Opium Cocaine and Wiskey hat: >
prom t1y. and dainty wafers-try a AFULLHQTS. tricked," articles be cured without nil"
; .; uitedly.. hastily,jumping out. "fifteen Snow Liniment which gave me almost Th:rrasade against adulterated: can exposure ,
I I cup to-day and well instant relief. I can cheerfully .. of food and drink'has) been so pronounced! that the ,. with so much eise for th"patient Ot
from and!
miles anywhere or anybody
I II I I' wager you'll drop in again II recommend; it..and will add my "OLDCORrT buyer bas learned the importance! of investigating 4 50: day*' time required. DesCnV,
the power given out. to-morrow. Only purs to list of sufferers." Sold namp.j THOROUGHLY before accepting the claim o( 'anv l your case and I will write you a I>
jour ,
She didn't say _a word but reached Chocolate used and with i druggists. WHISKEY I dealer. \Ve CH.vtis GB investigation. You can't : opinion as to what I can aN'OmpJlilI !
down and appropriated all the robes, the "know-now" in preparation Express r r e- I* too critical to suit us. Our Famous Ol 1 wrapping them around her enugly. He the product .Is hot .NOTICE. paid to any Whiskies are far removed from the possibility of cnt- : to investigate.: Dr n. )f. \VooJej "I
took out a cigar, lit It and tramped up drink perfection, tl point in the tcunu They are as pure ft Nature own ingredients'cae N Pryor Street Atlanta Gar .
I This is to, certify that the Ferry<< 1 South rlae.d make them and TRULV ACED by TIME. They are MEttoi, -
and down meditatively. .I, Pass and Shippers ASBOciation by Son. or PALATABLE UXDICITAI.X.Y PUKE. >o hou .hold should bewrth r- '- --
Inspectors -
". AdamsUnt. >utthem. Shipped itt pUin unmarked package' AH
"No use trying to fix' It, he ,
.. are 1 Ot responsible- thA Banks aad Com Aecncics and KrprmCo.'s endorse u. Our : Florida and Alabama
formed her dol (uH7., .It'. a hopeless. following boom receipts of iheTr''.,nst 1140 baotnc reliability. u a household W rd. Remit by Express or

I7PA1ES case." Kamly t Kitchen< Cafe : : ctlons- Receipt. No.'.1347, of G. .b. P.o.A Money trial order Order raVr or Exchange a t>ermaiieiit current customer! H Atlanta. LAND COMPANY
The short winter afternoon was Robbins; receipt No. 1348 of Fea'jin:

drawing. to. a .close.. and tie, gray ofcrty and Hassell; receipt..No. 1295 of Chas. THE R. M., ROSE COMPANY-AjLANTA0GA. ,
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: Manufacturers
.. : : 1 Pil roi'Phori 999 Snbwdens.. "Terry Pass Inspectors
twilight! .settled'- Ishnafly'oveT the ; S. THt RtVtN r and Dealers in
and Shippers .Association, by. j. T, SHINGLES
gloomy pines' Harper, Pros. Jan281m LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SAP.


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r.ESTERDAY; ]1 i THE DEfiCIENCY I '- i A. ( '- .", ,. .' "

I BILL PASSED[ 'lr r t, .

t .;1 t" ONL t ti Y.II :MOREDA YS

Closed Our Great Sale f *. OY HUUSE i : ,

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which was a grand '. '' -
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success. Tomorrowwe \

begin taking Inventory Carries $15,216,103 Provides ;p ... .of the.' .

and when Eight Hour Law Shall Not I

that is completed if :

we find we have any Apply to Aliens at BIGCLEANSWEEPworn :

stock on hand thatwe Panama. SALE

would prefer .
By Associated Press. ,
turning into moneywe Washington, Jan. 27.-In a two hour '"

will put priceson I session to-day the house passed the ,

that will urgent deficiency appropriation bill Ii : .
it made u/rjlng atS o'clock Monday Morning ,
$15,816,103; Incorporated in i I '
it to 'your interestto which is a provision that the efehi'' .. .

hour law .ehall not apply! to alien laborers .' .
investigate. '
on the :Panama Canal ;

Watch Us Grow. sion In addition bills and it passetf read the&52 private Mann General pen. .: c". ;. _We Will Place. on:'''"SIe the Following .Extra:/'

Bridge bill .Jj.I': h
making it unfinishedj

j business for ondar. -.f>> Special Bargains! '
I \'i A roll call was demanded by the :

I i: democrats on the eight 'hour amendment .
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It was adopted by a vote of one
cTAI1DARDrLoTTHIESEfl y1,I! hundred and twenty to one bunged i

i and eight. If haven't Attended this Great Sale don't off ,j' "
I JJ j GUB.DII\! ; :. J+i Xo item was changed in the deflciency 4 you yet, put any longer.

I: bill. 1 I .', : if 'you have' been, we know you will come again. Our;'Clean i .

I 1' $ 1MI. ; tr. Sweep Bargains are Simply Irresistible..

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''i' Amusements .
Pensacola Fla. 1 .: X ; 'iU1.: -
I .-.trr. 1$:; \;- i1 i. .') ?! .. / Clean' Sale '
__ I I: Sweep of and Coats

TERSELY TOLD Adelaide Thurston. I j I 25 Man-Tailored Wool 'Cheviot 3 Black and White Worsted $10 Clean.Sweep price only. .. ...$9.49$15 Rainproof Coats, extra good,
The one really important feature of'' Suits, worth $18 and 520 ."" Suits to close out at... ...,..$3.95 new full back in tan or Oxford
I eaclj* Lades' Coats tan'
this coming week at the houseis : $10 Taffeta Si:k Suit, black and $800 Rain-proof Special Monday ; ...10.39
Among the prominent business men: opera prnclpatI: --blues and black, to. I whit*_ only to go at .., ...$5.90' I or Oxford-Spcial Clean-Sweep $la Gray Tourist Coats-new and
to visit the city yesterday were A.McGonan .! the appearance'of that daintycome- clean_th"m out we say,$8.90 $16 All-Silk Chiffon Taff'ta Suits, ,pries +.... ....... .. .... .....$4.95 stylish, .Cleanewetep Monday7.90
J. L. Sowell Jr.' and R. R. :a'enne, Adelaide Thurston m her new I I! .. ...
Long, of Brewton Ala. par.: "The Triumph of Betty" Accounts .,

S. \. Alford a prominent naval of Miss Thurston's presentation '
Clean Sweep Sale of Silks '
ores man of Chipley was a business ol this year agree that she has a-finer I. n .
visitor to the city yesterday play than any she has ever been seen .;;
The fishing schooner Lottie S. Has iii before and is enjoyed as much for 40c Taffeta !Silks. 19 inches wide, In white cream, Cheney Bros.. $1.00 Taffeta Silks both pain! and $1.00 and $1.25 Silk Taffeta' and Foulards. In pin
kms; which has been undergoing repairs its purity as for its corned, which at red pink and black. Clean Sweep Price.. .23c changeable in Reseda and garnet, red and black\ checks and new Jacquard effects special Clean
at the marine railwa, was times, comes near being delicious Best 50c Jap Silks in pink ni'.e, re-eda brown blue and green, navy, brown p'nk: Lt. Blue Sweep Sab Price. ? ...0. .. ... .. .. .......69c
launched yesterday, and the schooner She will fill an engagement here cream, black. .. .. ... .. .. .. ;. ..39c bile;' 20' inches wide Clean Sweep Price..59c
J .36 I Inch Black Swiss Taffeta Silk, best ?U9 It-
next Wednesday 75c Faille Brilliant Silk! in pink 36-Inch Taffeta Silks In black qua
Caviare, was taken into the bCk.Dr. cream pongee Pagoda cream ) ..
t Special Sweep I rtce..t.. .. .. 89s
I U. navy( black brown and garnet specal.! ,.. .,..47c white hello pink. Lt. blue brown garnet and > u
McKee of Omaha
will* the Gadsden Nebraski TV rr Hair. SOc Plain Satins all co'ors. to go at. .. .. ... .39c pearl gray, formerly JOc per yard Clean Sweep,. :21-inch all Silk Crystal Crepe DeChne In champagne -
Methodist: preach church at this e\ening Street at. A girl hose hair ,i b only slightly 32 inch Jacquard Berenco Silks formerly 75c in s special. .. .. ... *.' ?. .. ? ... .........59a light blue goldtn"l>rown! ..cram, ;wjilte..
7 0. Subject, '"Pillars of Character .1 wavy naturally:fs increasing,th<. effect black, nile pink pongee an&; alive blue. special 36. -ineh $1.50 Psau DeSoie Silk, to go in this sale nile. pink navy and black formerly, IK>c per
-. >cordial welcome and a delightful: I i by her arrangement of it at night.; in this. .' sale.', .. .. .. ...,' ,. .. ...,. .. .....J,39c: for.. ?, .. .. ... .. .. .. ... ? .. 01't.; .. ....$1.13 yard, to go in the Clean Sweep Sale for.. .....65cClean

tHrice await all who attend. 1( Dampness makes the wave., Before (1'I I'J ,
I .
I to bed she brushes her hair "
Oo it now! Phone your ';;rocer for I l,I thoroughly going and then braid i It loosely.: I. Sweep 'Sale of Dress Goods ... r' .",
Ribbon Vanilla
Abso-j I,I With a damp .soft wide nailbrush! ,

Cutely pv.s dessvts pure. Goes the "Bine twice Ribbon as far Flavor and.' reserved for the purpose she lightly Best 39c All-Wool Tricot' Flann ls. all colors,18'SO ; /c, 1 lot: of SOc al Wool Suitings. ,, in good colorings 1 lot of'40 Inch Jacquard Suitings formerly 35e

:' i,, brushes over the whole.bead and then ':; -ins h Scotch and Yankee...Tweed Suitin' s,' for Clean Sweep;: prices, .. .,. .. .. .. .*. ... .-35c and'40c per yard, to zo SnOowlat .. ,; ,, } x,19.
"._ .. i1 Lratses-Uheu braid;from .her: neckto, re-: s..'" -,,- .. g fai. ;t.." r **_, f .." j f,- : .. .1 1 lot of $1.00 Mohairs, h"os' wide'wide.
: --1} ...lonelj'1.tfQ"and( 11.::o'+uzlueywerynobbystyles' ,. .. SOj'T'rench: Broadcloths and LibertyPrunejla, ... .
The wonderful increase in t the' sales: :j jof I im&ve the w'lghtof jt from th. roots. ., : ;r' ": CleanSwee Prices. .. .. ,. .. .. ......59c ,
.. With her finders. she then pits .the I to_go}in our.big,Clean Sweep Sale at*.. : .; .48o C ,. _'. beautiful finish. sponged_ and shrunk to goat.:: c'"j.., '75c Mohair Sleil'ans!' :" all colors to go at.. i. 49c' '

WHITE ROCK WATER waves into place and with three pine . .
ij due to merit alone. 1 holds the braid at the:batk of the head: I A ,'{ .
The' braid itself 1 Is t Jll down, ',but iu "l..LtC. ;
Beavers to Meet. stead of hanging! : from her neck] }Jt I is at I Clean Sweep Sale of Blankets and Comforts.

The Beavers will meet; 'Tuc dav the back other bead. In the 'morning ,
night at s orkwA her hair Is in waves that brush Best J5c 19.\ Blankets, to close out per parr, fin 69' \ Best $5.0011 Wool 10-4 Blankets,. thoroughly Best $1.00 Comforts{ goad weight, while they
at the Knights of deep l this Sale for.. u .. .. .... .. u .........43cFinest scourel and shrunk in Gray, Red or Whit, last.. ... .. |. ...... .... .... .... .... .... 69s
Columbus Hall on West Intendencia out as she Is doing it up, but reappear .. ... .. .. ,.
to ga now per pair at* U'"$3.49 Finest $1.50 Comforts best batting filled, special
] \\'! dampened. After her hair is entirely .
Et'reef. IE'II Full 10 4 B'ankets, special pair
$1.00 per
$1.39 Comforts large and heavy Special Clean Clean Sweep Sale price.. .. .. .. ? .. ..91.10
dressed she ties over it a thin in this sale. . .. .. u .. ... ., ... ... ..69c Sweep: Price.. ...... ... ....... ... .. .. .98c Finest $2.00 Comforts extra large and heavy,
veil for fifteen minute, and when thatis
BUTTONS AND STRINGS. .tOt. GO pairs ot Finest .\11. Wool White California! best!; pure' cotton filled and Fins Chintz Cover
I removed her head looks as though 100 Pairs; of Sample 1 Blankets'worth- $L ; $3.00 Blankets, both 114 and I.-t. worth' 10.00 to to go at. .. .. ,... ... .. u>. ,...... ... .$1.49 s
lave Time sad Temper by Pmjtnm |i it were just! from the hands of'a hairdresser per pair to close out- it S9c, $1.39. and $1.9S $15.00 per pair to I be told in two lots at $6.50 1.Lot of Finest $3.00 and I 3.50 Comforts made of
AltmtloN. tw Your Clothm. 1 only far prettier.Small per pair! and $7.50 per pair choicest materials to go in this sale at.. .. $2.48

Buttons and sJnuc! are likely to ;
Prove a source of much unhappiness in I Kepnirn. :
the dally experiences" unless! the oM Never neglect small repairs. Th ( Clean Sweep Sale of Ladies Muslin/ Underwear. ,
stitch in time aaves'uot only nine but
adage Ls remembered, : .
that in
time a i( ninety. Don't I let buttons hang, by 23c Embroider Trimmed Corset. Covers, to spin 40c I lace Trimmed Muslin Chemise, to go in this to go Monday on special bargalncounter at$1.19 ,
rvision fn oine should Careful scrutiny and !i itnp their lat thread. Darn email boles this'tale at ... ... .. .<....... ..',..... ... .. ....15c33c sale at....... .:...::........... ........... ... .29c $100 Embroidered[ and Ribboned Chemise, to go
tfovfs, mark the care of i ICerer wear dirtyor! tumbled lace Tucked 'and Embroidered Corset Covers togo 50o Inca and Kmbroi.lered Muslin Chemise togo in this sale at .. .. .. ........ .. .. .. ., ,.75c
: underciollilng. mantles: sown( ; this sale for. .. ............ ...........,.25c "" '
and, for Crush oft' mug and bind frayed skirt; in in this tare: at.. :.................. ...",35c Ruffled Gowns I
that matter eterythm that i Tucked and Embroidered Corset Covers to f 65c) Tucked, and special Prlfor
depends on a button or a button's rela-1 Fine feathers make fine buds but nev- 59c in this 3le for....... ............ .. .... .. ....43c IZc Embroidered and H. S. Rufflal Chemise, to this sale.. .. .... :. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .... ...49e
tltf. the" hook and eye: 'These .Should I .:* go in for only outside show. Your One go lot of B st $1.33 Gowns Skirts and Cb 'm- go at................?..... .... .,.. ............50c 75c lace Trimmed Gowns to go in this Clean
be looked after" when they are added to I, IInI'riccor: pts and .stockings shouldbe ise beautifrlly. male, special Mondav .. ? ..95c $l:50 Gown Chemise and Skirts chose: line. Sweep Sale at.. .y .. .. .. .. .. .... ......59c '
tie wardrobe and before they have ] good. If plain: and always carefully ; '

been initiated into the familiarity of : kept in order. A clean cotton petticoat t i .. ,All. our finest Muslin Underwear go in this' Clean Sweep Sale at Bargain Prices..
-I Itetter than a shabby silk one and
common use else, erchauce, the i I II'
er POPS forth to the daily: toil w:1r.1 I the smartest: boots look" bad if they are

to tour find social r : Now is the time/ o Buy Sheets, Pillow Cases: Bed Spreads, Towels and Bleached Domestics. If you don't lay in" a supply NOW you will

A halt hour devoted gone or to n string care of broeJC them: i is often an'Index of a per '" ': ". certainly have to pay a..much higher price later.on. TAKE OUR ADVICE AND BUY NOW. '

In the first place" will save on 's time I son's character end that one h apt to .
wc's temper and ones nerves the pot "untidy" In onr"R' character whec
dm before and the months new 'clothes which" txH-ome are to old.follow 1 habits of untidiness! are indulged.- In. ". Clean Sweep Sale of Laces and Embroideries. ,

Perfectly adjusted huttuns anti string Ttif Common MUtakr.Blins I 100 puce Beat Uj Tort'ton Laces and Inserlmgs. to a*. this sale,3ic 'On lot of 12sy and 15c;) Embro: 40 pieces very fine Eubrolderie
and hooks says that when be went to 1 j : fries, sale .........9c woth 23 and 23c;; this sale only 19eBargains
and eyes are absolutely nee I and Inscrtmgw,. a gr at. bargain, 5c I Sc and H::-- Kmbro;d 4'i9a, CTeanSwcp t special prici I
nS31T to the completeness and ele- school he was one of tpe brightest boys GO pieces ::;c aod. 8s: T:...rcton Laces pries: .. .. ..... .. .. ... ..5c ,
i ,
canoe of the toilet. A careless person lu hi* olas! j jYeC' I' TI'
mac be known the answered the sporting; man"that's i .
by generally union fall down 30 pieces Sheer White India Linen Sc White Check, or Lace Nainsook
L.hl'd hen's! look of her own and her ,hil- -getting where out of KO our many.or clas-*."-Washington I I in 14Th'1 e Goods for f Monday !, lOc value I on sale Monday, special special Monday ..... ....... ..5c0c
frequent resort per yard ...... ... ; .5c
to pins and the other evil trademark Star. .''. I
>Which I .
stamp an unthrifty person.
A Vast Difference.
Tnltore and a Dead fletr. 1 She-Mr; Ricte-. says v.pry' ,bitter
The vulture is seen at !its best when lazy sons of his, but j
a dead tiger brought Into camp to be I tiling about those Dating excuses fo for One Hour ,
his wife I is iiwaysi : I
tinned. : Bar.R&insMonday !!
bad exposed in the open. Over them. H*-Yes 'ehe..makas excuses. Extraordinary 4
to 1 li a cloudless sky. and not a bird I >ut be lift* to make allowances for I I- .
be seen in that great void by the hu- them Thath.what angers bJiiu

ibt"loan from eye.the pad The l-i tiger's the ground body and is thrown before I! Thoughts so forth. to purposes! purpose I I,I -, From 9OO. to WsOO .'Clock.lOc ,
> skin. : \ .
bas been removed there above : go forth In action" actions form .

the one and vultures always Hearing the earth! are t hnbit: *. l IwMN decide chametcr. :tJd'i. 9a ;; Umbrellas, natural'! wood",ban- Dst :39c: All. Wcol Tricot :Flann?' BleachM '!fuel;. Towels! special". ., .10 yards' lOc Zephyr Ginghams

C1int: of air. now circling a dozen: poismg of them like in I 1 character\ fiie? our dctiny.-Tryon: & I: dl-s; fcr V: nour... .;. .... .29c' spec'al' ) ... . :. ..>. .... .1S','z 75c; dozen or..7c: good dress style, for.. . .. 69c...

fw minutes a score'or:two and then i,t i wards.: I I 9-4 Ell=ets good and stow* tj-: for 1 Ladies' $S Rainproof 'Coats: R: 'Ladies* kealv-to-Wear Hats, worth Best ,Sc and 7c Torchon Lac?J. far

1 hundred strong Then, when the i '-- --r- ------- I .h:>ur only, ..7.l.-...X..39c< ..,, :; .,.;-.< ..%.... .. .|495 ";;c.tOI, ;special Monday. .19c ,J ,., 1 hour ..2 s'. ChIt
"TfU:'ass of the Is' lort bj Pap_ -?r of Pinpecial' fyn'this 1 1 t ; close 10 yards good Bleached >o-
liver i Ladies' $15 Rainproof Coats: ( special XLadl.?* $5 aftJ $10 Hats. O stout J
those who hkluned it. the 'vultures doleud. ( sale .... ....... .... ..... .*!_ ..:,*: ..,Jc .Pniay': '....'.& ..$990 out for .. .. .. .'. .... .. . ,$1.95 5 mastic for ..... 47c 1#
..YOURN Ladle! and Chl-1ren's.; HatiJker-' '. .' .', .
Down they come like feathered i st 1 Chi i1s.. special 2 for *,.. :. ..--5c 10 :yards Light or Dark'Cc' Standard B_.a st 25C Table qil Cloth, 451nch, to Heavy. ..Gi nch Unbleached Sheeting, t.
thunder out of the sky] and from east: Needs Food Best ,; >. ,. Cal-. os for" . :39c go for .. . .. ../. .I5c to go at . . -4*1 c t.
I 'I4 r
and west and north and south. the : I I 3chite Handksrcll'fs > i.3e 1. : '
embodiment Not Stimulant.GrapeNuts. I 1 ompwn'i\ B:,.t $1 GlovFitia3, : $139:: :6-.'nch BlacK Taffeta 10 and IS'/ic Flannelettes ''choe: oJ, One lot of $2.FancY Mohair Skirts 1 +;
aloft of and i>o in erb.Ie their quick: tb de-I'1'hirlPd COfSet s,' Motida; > ....,. .':* ..-:. ..7c; SRk, special: ..: ... ..... .. ...:. .29:: styles special i..7. IlpecalJor! 1 hour ... . ...$1.69 'o!

lcent to earth, and now, as they waddle : : ; "

arouml that carried beast. niugLouls. I I I S ,
apeu whose! only apparentatrentu ,
; h I that of the f".l\'fuiuIC 'awsuiiU :

tear anti gorge the tigers llt"tib.1 j .T. :s: Xj-AJXTTtfOIKr cto; OO
auto!; within the hour naught of than'Itleudid F..4 ,.. Brains *a* Stasd tits Test I .
brut clean .
remains but a t
hL.'II d hkrfrtoa:; Sir Edward Brai"., "There's Reason" I d!! ,: .. "'\
'A << a
"Ihiriy \eura of }hiker.:' _. ;*, I! 1DI"ri.1 : ":' ',- i .--: ", .'yr--atTaiv1.,

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>DtfJt' : lblalol lntnali : -'MISS --SCOOPEM ,1111 : IREBN & WATSON

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Daily Veeily. '-' 'k -
;. I! ,Sunday. ." fli, !t.: .., .

7 :: T- '. THAT'5 AHlDNAPPefV. Our buyer 'is ;in New York.


t DONWAW MAMMA N ftj New Goods are 'coIning in.

: PRANK L. MATES. Puaionrr AJTD Gwsait Mixicu. .

: :
I you !I't opportunity to" buy


One Year...... w. l.o" ; r Useful .;Articlfes'at l Low. Prices
....._$6OO : ,
.. Stx One Month...;..,../. 45 !I "
., Monus .........*. 2 SOMoaUui l : "
;, IT1re.. ........ 1 25 ) Cue .Week ........... lot Clilr *
Weekly d1tIon. year.fl I, i i Ladies' and lren' Cloaks,at,cost and less than, cost
: P&pei oai Sale at all News standi. >

L c, H- _: Fianellettes, iCe: values at 6 If2 c.
V CIRCULATION FROM WHICH A DETAIL& L Fianellettes, 15' and 20c values at 10c

F- j JUSTw4AT EON 54in.! Brcadcloth, in "-i fors.I .
Offloe% -lM and 110 East I
Government Street. tTl5t $1.00 Value, fi SSfSQ'\ value, $1.10.. ,
38.PEXSACOLA. Colors "
---- only
: --- -- .
*. '
JANUARY 28., 1906. Novelty Suitings, best SOc yaues! into, n. All colors: at 3Sc

il .ti $" man Shirtwaists In Mohair Batiste and'' Wool Cost.
I nature and I in criminal juries par. ,- f, at- "

: WHERE THE JOURNAL ticularly. It Is also just such thingias < These arc Bargains
*. CAN BE FOUND. these that 'give the northern press .
I .
"iiC ground for criticism of the treatment ,
Blankets and Comforts Itss'10'per cent. Good Line.
Peasacola .
The Journal Ig on of the negro in the southern states.
:1 t ale at the following places in
; The question now Is.: if one wMt
** the Bay city Hotel.: 'II Cfl. I man can kill two other white men and Full Line "DOROTHY DODD" New Spring Styles Oxford

Coe' Book Store. .. I attempt to kill a third and then 'gO un Tics < See Window. ;
Depot News Stand. i bung what kind of a ciime would he

Gem Book Store. : have to commit to merit i .
.. hanging; and Just Received- ::'-
Hotel Escambla. .
i if one negro boy charged with ,
killing .
Hotel. ;
.+4 Southern another negro can on circumstantial
Hotel.Thompson's it New lsvlSsNAIN.'oO1{ J:
Book Store. evidence be convicted of murder In :-. (QWAr.4D15"gC4t1RUEJ 1

it a Wai'Scar's Book Store. ;.:r. the first degree with no recommendation IIf11JD I RoS:'4' Embroideries a n d.'UA1BURG:' \\lC I I

"." J-HHKHH of mercy how small a crime! can HUH? !
he commit and escape hanging?


: Deep Water atAlalachicola Labor Also Has : New Goods. Coming in Every Day.

and St. Andrews. Its Right to Combine. )
The efforts of the citizens of ApaIftcbicola The Supreme Court of North t' Carolina : WATCH !

and St. Andrews to secure In the case of the State vs. A. '.x..

: deep water at, their respective ports Van Pelt et al., recently! rendered a .

; should be rewarned with success. decision that will be of interest to the ---.--- -- '- -

Each of these ports will soon have public .in' general and to union labor .. ... -

railroad connectionwith the outside in .particular., '

world and each to so located that Its A manufacturing coucern in that __

rearitime shipping interests must state, employing non-union men instituted GENERAL ARTHUR

naturally rov to large proportions proceedings for criminal, conspir : .

when the railroad connection with the acy against Van :IFcltand s'everal'other .. ... I L't:
interior is made. .
members: ot a union because the union '; air. S

!,' Both St, Andrews and Apalachicola bad posted the mill as unfair to union "t t '. -
I (
have safo ,and commodious harbors' labor and refuse 1 to work any -of the ',,< '
? All bat either to lniportant ; c1wz I
requires make -
an products, of ,the concern.. The case 'ground.but; we 'ba"& yet to see an)' $oftLese ) : wot'1'd'ire'of 'paying; big''DmS the County Commisjoners: at'thVlr 1ut ,
point. of export after the rail- was carried up to the supreme court abor conspirators riding 'arwundon. for' Bpaceaijr.ciper\euee that m' ?tJn.;. ptha'b1riari&th1flr5tsttin : p '": 'J;; .

: reads are built, is deep water over; and Judge,Connor in rendering. .the, de ,. ree, ,passes, wrecking banks, misuifcins'insurance ; it POenfcCteasieEto pay % billT a ..hun the construction of a system .of : :
J :- their respective bars at the entrance! cision of the said ; dred'doU.rsYhQ' there Is a balance eectric! lines which will pventually
court : funds, or iebaucniu'j iii-.the han 1* Js ;, L
.bank-of ,
"- of the harbors. This twoAund/ed, link tog th'r' the various towns and ,
deep water !
iey The proposition is that the defendants legislators,' } f(* pay a bill, ot\fifty llar.s with a communlrias of West' Florida, opening L 'a.
ir i should h ve'anf all of West Florida conspired for the __
of _
injuring Miavefound
purpose ,
balance of '
TheNorth Carolina decision is commended sevpnty-fiye. sAnd up new resources of tho country in a .
:t. should get behind and aid ,the effort the I prosecutor. In..hls. trade and business to, the tizu'ous consideration that) S FFlClBNT: advertising manner impossible by any other '
r to secure It.Peneacola. and that it 'unlawful: for them bf ssr r! 1$8: made a"cbangeot1tbouttlfh1 propoVtiori means." When West Florida )s grit _
to do so. It can not be that cyery' conspiracy :: that ca people"tihopabor) ) ( In -iny flftancial"affairL"This !
must always remain 'the, Irond with electric: >i'' 'ays \\"I1I'be i
to injure one in his trade ami'1 under. the-impression that it Isj. lawful la the4 essence of the.conversation I In the forth I '
Weat' i 'IIY"Of bringing the great
metropolis ot Florida. She must business without reference to the I and proper r every class pf people ;'in which bertt'S., good deal of wealth which lies : ,
yet bur in its:
!t: continuo to hold this position by virtue means to be employed is criminal. A in the world to combine bu. the food/for thbtraht". : for:1oca1; ..merchants.'flerc fertile soil, and that 'which has: nut ye -
ot her present lead and her carpenter or joiner has by his apprenticeship r ,
superior -
been evolved from Its virgin forests.- ,
members of labor unions. ]
study; and experience acquired latter 1I ,{ : : jJ .Hfi '
'l natural aa a deep ; .... "! .0.1: ,' Jacksonville Tlme&Unlon.
water skill and knowledge in his by thfe decision are put on' the'sa \ I I. '. .

- ; But port.Pensacola's prosperity will de t physical!'ad e. His strength capital and consists his intellect In his Ievel"so'' tar as privileges are' concerned *: 'SAID* "AW"D OF' ENSACbtAt"LIANS.. Politics will, b. Warm. i 0 '()vcr 2,000,000 Sold in West ''Florida in 1904
4 with railroads 'packing houses ft . lion. J. C; Avery'Jr,, of Pensacola,
: pend in a large degree trained and directed by his skill and '5Mallory's
on the 'if
: growth steel i h a" candidate for the State Senate. Frank
manufacturing companie,-. etc.. } Reilly Agent Pensacola Florida
; and prosperity of the other cities in experience. It Is the use of this & f With Beard Avery and perhaps others j ,
which. In a sale he offers for sale. In etc., and just so long as these con- -'---. 'I
t West Florida. They cannot grow and in the senatorial race politics will berfther -|
what respect for the purpose of se. cerns and are permitted to organizeto : Quarantine Bill. ... ;: .
. I It warm in Escambla this scaso ..! -- '- -- ---- -- --- 'C --- -
prosper without helping the Deep I curing the best prices for his labor ,
on legally rob the public it is Senator Mallory's' bill,., which pro-
1 ; Water City. Their the best terms do his rights differ gratifying Palatka: Times-Herald. I I'roujpt delivery to-any part of (thcity.
people to know that labor unions will be Tides. forradical changes In the quarantine i E. B. ACOST4 &. CO. .
from the man who has cotton for sale.
of West Florida-are the ones with' } I I regulations in the southern Opposed \
: I the pro<\'Uct of his capital land and permitted to organize for the purposeof meritorious and Ship Subsidy. Office and Yard-22: to 28 N Tarn
states, is
:whom the business a one
men of Pensacola coast Senator Mallory will oppose the ship M h.'..a'. and..tfil Oeflert in
labor the I
or man who has to resisting robbery. St.. Phonew.CQAL .
money should receive favorable recon Uon gona Pensacola
F do. their business-the ones from i Invest in the mercantile manufacturing sutaldy grab with his usual vigor. He
] Mr. Mallory is ever awake when: the should receive all the than
r Tchom: they draw their
trade. enterprises? Each of
; We them
enters -
WHEN IS A STORESUFFICIENTLY best- interests of this section! are In- can be accorded him.-Gainesville I II WOOD AND ICE
: Into'th
field of I
want more people more competition.Each
volved.-1'alatka Times-Herald. I
', I Sun. f fI ,
t at ill of the cities and ports within finds, that combination' with ? S I j S < _. '_ __ ,_ ._ r_ '._ __ -'-- --. -- ..
( others engaged In the same field of'' I i
'rt'cent.1 I
our trade territory and the two labor or Investment will secure A merchant of a western city New Note of' pro'gress.I Coming to the Front. "
2 'which we have mentioned I peclftcallyApa1aehfcola results and fairer treatment betteI'I ly made a trip to NewYork, Calling 1 1uJon 1 I 'The: Pnsacola Journal sounds newnot'e lion. J. Waltfr Kehoe State's Attorney
a business friend of he progress of Wsst Florida. for the First Juiirial Circuit! Basket BallFridayFeb'
1r i --- and St.Andrews-are those with whom he deals. There be was k"d'"How
'I evil or harm in combination or organization -otoes YOUR store really comf It says: "The buildin? of 'an electric: is coming to the front as a successor
1 distinctively within 'Pensacola's ; Every Day
tp1? Ihnfcs. : trade per se. Every co-partnership,f pare with other In your line in your railway from Pensacola northward;: a to Coagre'rnan Laniar.-Gainesville! a
I franchise for which was granted by Sun.
corporation. Joint stock company. and;city? Are you setting' are follpwing
: The Journal will be glad to aro! the other association of labor and capital!the pace?" t ,. !f, S 2 1906.UniveVsity I
;:; t
deeper -water and general harbor Improvement -j' findno--better- illustration :of the cdrirect hIs hand-bag teveral late issues of his JT/te j Journal Printed Durng !I A Pensacola; boy figures in the baaIng *v, "
aid when their principle upon which this' right!leading Jiomne.spaper..' and said:: J! < chdrsv.f: at the Annapulis Naval j ;!
tj railroads I are built It hopes to see them develop come from Its application under proper -'' for you my advertisement 'and those,! thInk Pensacolians: aw slow.-Palalka Mobile, Alai .. i
r Into export cities second onJy in importance I limitations than that given by|I of my competitors for three successive'days. a:Total of, Tiroes-Herald. r I I where Sumac

to Pensacola herself. Chief Justice Shaw In Com. vs. Hunt; Judging from these ads, what vs. Horse Feed via.-ia COBtiaued -
I i I'Suppose a baker in a small village! I'I'i Is your opinion of how my. store I \
tiOLL WAR.. Pensacola t School
Classical Nat
.had the exclusive custom of his stands In the race?." I j 154,850 :
Curious Inconsistency neighborhood, and was making large' After some consideration and the t Klniliir. : i for a few dy or wccl
profits off the sale of his bread' Supposing use of a measuring tape, the friend! COPIESor to Apache Child rrtvenl Gymnasium of Clascical[ : School, cor.
of Jury Verdicts. I Trouble With the Iadan. tut for every d.y ot tie
replied I
a number of those neighbors, "On the showingiere made- I
I N. Palafox and: DeSoto Streets.On .
the of bread if it represents the general A doll once n averted \\"ArTith rodsUJns. deli feed
1 Ta average jury .is a peculiar insU- believing price too high average an average of. Car Line. year will reaintaia
should propose to him to reduce his for a longer period-your stor stands An :American general was! trying -
twtkn-! Some mouths ago. a white prices- or- if .ha did not, that they FIRST in your line in your city." j # to put a band of .\:atbes back on I ADMISSION, 50 CENTS. Ii a Korfe In pTendiJ working

tttn. In broad daylight. walked into a would introduce another baker; and "Yes; it Is" true lhat in" that 'show- .5,735DIlLY their own Jt-rrltory! from .whl 'h they i ilia.I capacity and vi:or.

" i store la the center of the business tectkw -, oil his refusal such other baker should!, ing I ue eight, inches ,more space than I { r>cr !ist2d In breaking out. but I

c. of the city and deliberately shot, under their; encouragement set up my next <'OiUiletltar-but is. it safe to l (-.>\11% not catch them. i\-thfnt! kiliTn..! I J
11 and killed two other white men and rival establishment and sell his breadat estimate a store's :importance upon j them, anti that Le did- -- not---wish---- to-do.---'" i OPERA HOUSE.
-j' lower prices; the effectwould be the space it occupies in its adveuisemtnts --I The following'figures! show The Pen- His I SOLO IN THIS CITY BY
wounded a third. He mennpturctl: little:
'Old this in the ?" Ji India grl;
to diminish the profit of the former sacola Journal's circulation for -ea h F.SMELLEN&CO..
. : presence of several eye witnesses. baker and to some extent impoverishhim. "Safe enough' replica' .the friend' day during the month of December. ana took her fo Hie", fart Stcwas -.ONE" NIGHT. 'ONLYWednesday I Pensacola, Fla.

I lie was tried by two different juries And it might be saiu'.and-proved "to make it a general rule among 1805, wjta the avsrage number .of quiet: All U8.V, but her V*: dy black oyear.xuiicd I Jan..31 I

- each of' which..retorned.y verdict.ot that the purpose of the asociates was business men. Your newspaper-advertising copis, daily: everytliUig: Wuen night: caroe.. ,
f- ,. murder I in tha'first to diminish his profits and thus impoverish is an outlet for your enterprise; Dee 1. 5,750 Dec. 16, 5,600Dec. however, she broke down just as any _.
degree but with a him, though the ultimate and and big enterprise requires a big out..j 2, 5,700 Dcc 17, 6,10J vhito child would have don*. The men t
- recommendation of mercy which pre.: laudable object of the combination let." 0cc. 3; 5,900 Dec. 13. ...... tried In vain to comfort her but finally ANN VAL TOUR FOR SALE
' Yented the judge from Imposing the! was to reduce the cost of bread to "Now. as matter' of fact*" confess;: Dec. 4j; "...... Dee. 19. 5,60ii the agent borrowed a beautiful doll *
' death penalty, The evidence was themselves and their neighbors. eJ the tierchfint:: "my: store is sti'! Dee. 'Sf 5.750 Dec. 20. 5,600Dec. from an Offi( r'8 wife which had IM Dai!at tY;
'I We think therefore that associationsmay second in volume of business! done in* f 125 Finest building ]lots[ on Easi I Hit
I I 6 5,750 Dec. lo "
1 lear and there was no denial of the! 21, 5,6:10 Jonged her little
,be entered into the object ot my line. in our city. But-two year daughter;and prom i I at all prices from . .$75 "P
.4 j fact of the 7t 5.700 Dee! 22, 5,603:>:) Ised tbe !
I killing for some reaon which is to adopt measure? that .may ago it was fifth At that lime I con-' Dec. 8 5,650 D.c.. 0)1. I: ...... Apache girl that she could j One,block In Wet King Trao :;-*'
the juries thought the red-handed have the tendency' to impoverish an. eluded that I would' use AS MUCH DeG. 9 have it If her sobs ceased. She. then t I ', car line containing 24 lots $600.0C
; .650 Dec. HER
p.rititor.of( : : the crime was entitled other-that Is, to diminish his gains space} in our leading" newspaper as]J D. 10 5,900 Dec. ,2 24.. 6,100.. fell asleep. i I IN NEW r PLAY" |I .&-room cottage. East Gregory FM
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and profit's-and yet so far from being .' my competitor used, although such' When morning came, the I Greens cottage East Vtm*1
tower doj) wan .
: y.few I, Dee 11. ..,.... Dee.
A weeks ago a )young negro was criminal or unlawful the< object campaign seemed to be beyond 'my I Dec. 12. 5650.; Dee::. 27 2D., 5,600 5.600 clasped in her: .arms; Eventually: the :: "The Triumph of Betty"I street . .. S13 O.OC-
may .be highly meritorious and public- real resources. I was' then doing less' little Apachegirl, with 'fitr I Two fiVe room cottof';es Kas> CiK"ory
arrest e : having spirited. The le'gality of such an association ttanTialf as much business as the bf. sent backjt -her Bj W. A, TremagHe. and Irving L. which rent for $15.00
killed d colored"companion and thrown will therefore 'e end upon goat store In ,the crty-employing. Jess I 14w, .S,6OO Dc. 29. 5,600 child reached.) the people! ; \Vbcji, tbe I.I ,. .. Hall < ..: '.. month . .. :. $1250-
: ho) body I Into the.. river.! There were the means to be used for Us accomplishment. than half as many clerks occupyinga Dec. 15,' 5.600'Dee. :. 3u. :,,ivoJ In her ; Indians with the dOll' 1 Compltt cenic_ Production.' I: Five room house and bath Nf| !

: o 'witnesses to'the alleged crime and ." building a third as large. 'At the I Dee:. 31. 6.650, chubby bands ft made a great ,1 PRICES-$1.00. 75C, SOc. and 25c. i ii Uayne street .-. $1853.03
% This decision is one of the end of the first year I found that IiI J I I sensation among them and the ,next \ Seats on sale ldofldah'at. ), noon. Eight room house and bath <:'
aU pf the evidence against the negro most Total. for month........ i day the i
I ha o? had less: worry over. the big advertising -. the 54.850 J' came with the child to I North Hayne street. . $3250.03
!( boy was purely circumstantial but r.t sensible expressions of judicial opinion -! bills than I had, previously -I{ the post. She was hospitably recejved, Ii i New six room house on fo' ,Wi!

the last term of the circuit court a that we ba"'een r read. It means, ,had over the small onesand that I Average; 'per'd'Y.. ...H..s,735 i and through her the tribe vra. persuad- I two corner lots "with southerni ,'''JI&

; urtoitejury promptly returned a voivdc lu. effect, that labor has the same was fourth in the procession.' i 1 I ed to move back; to its>rr1tw,.._ For Expert Watch Repairing and I I]!I sure a bargain '-0'; ,

;- | of guilty of murder in the first Coree nght to combine for mutual"protection. 'Then I concluded to use a little: I hereby certify that the above, New York Hitrald. Engraving; go to I IJ. Two new houses< ;!eight. room"' ana(V
space 'in newspaper than statement Is correct line E. "T11
according to tha -- rooms near car on i
that 1 I
without recommendation or and profit capital has.
$ any : the biggest store was using-and for;" records, on file In this office A !Safe Open I.". I etber! make nice home 01 *'J1' BF
unless a new trial i 111& '%?, It Is a common charge that the F. 'DAVlS ,t the| Jeweler
ipercy. an- the yearpast" I have"done that. The]1 FRED A. SWEET. !j I i "It does not follow that a safe over 10'per cent as an tn' ('SIl11tl
oared 'or the judge or 'governor show members of labor unions 'are conspirators -result is that "I am now 'a good second I < Circulation Manager.j in:: Is necejsarily a seeuresort of orn-btwliss ; South-raTafojc I Very cheap at ..' $4650,00

: otemency, tho negro will be hung. against the public welfare, and in the 'race-and a year from 'now the I Sworn '1o, and subscribed before me : D ,** muttered the burglar; 'as he be- 213 .! Str et. .

\ It' l such inconslstencles the case above! mentioned is the other/' matt will have changed places. this 1st day of January. 1906. :-yv* gsa his drilling, YAEGER
la jw _: Sjtheee not with me.'Tbpthcr. ;'. PERRY "especially as one baa' The Latest Designs x'n Watches C.R.
: taut i make meti'lose: ;.! fa th. n hq>: Arth: at'has.t>e n..I insUtute'4-..that ..- 'man has professed to be- I DICKENVi to do so much blowing about IfV:'-BaJtizaore 332
,, Notary Publc.jjijjjjjjj'jjjjjj! and Pho"e
..: : ; ..anirican.k < "- -,. l Jewelry 202 Thiesen Building.
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Newbro's : ut : fIJ1 !'On'r' ,1 m p; }:r;:Jjt.';# .. '. ," :*''..1* .P .
: that'l-ou .can no'mor: ) :tbah' Quan g _'< \ "''I-! }'.J, '! .", ,,,, .. ... _
pluck 2berbr) Ilr bJrp. ,
.nOQ11-dJ: 'sun,rands ,,;:uy ('t4"1' rSaleBegins Sale Begins

honor _.'JotI'; i"y. ;
It 4$' utedtest&. *Jl" \bat'lackso4,4wasnot FORBES
I piloted into ?!a''by Mr."* 8i30 Monday ; 8:30
Ii II I Gonzalez.If : Monday
i II
is wall '
.some person who acquainted '
I i with, the children, 'grandchildren Jan. 29th. I The Qualify Store" I
P and; great grandchildren' of Mr. and Jan. 29th.
1 Mrs.--GOnzal5Z. would bf'Q kind as to -
''give, U3 a brief history-ef that grand
old family: ;,I tor one wQuid be greatly
1i d I believe the, citizens of 1 '
i E ca'nbio.. ;;.county ,would be delights Point de Paris .
J '-, ,1. .E..ALLEN. ; and Plat Val Laces .

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l/ I *. 'A WAGNER pCDOTE.Saw Extraordinary Special .

t Re thawed HI'Joy: : at a "l ap. .
( .Ual" Rehearsal :'. Offering
\ Monday Only !
j The following anecdote of Wagner'I I* ,
1i i told 1Ir'Alfred Rels(>nau(! .the pianist.

1f f composer who as a of pupil"Parsifal"of. IJ p"rgonal1y.I:xt,; 1 knew th I i I Tw, Thousand, Five Hundred Yards 6 1-2, 8 110, 12 '1.2 and 15c Laces, in

1JTk "Wagner was" always more or less t widths from two to six inches, purchased by our New York Buyer at con
I self conscious, says Reisenauer "anC
II' onl1 'at rare intervals did his friend j siderably! under regular import prices and offered to you FOR

see him in moods that could be called 1 ONE DAY ONLY at ,Less than Cost of Production.
MW i jnytliiiig but Jpre n ditatM. In Bai-
reuth I saw him in a highly characteristic I .

situation! and I never 'sbaJI f(>r I

,get it. It was at a rehearsal of Tar I 5cYard 5c
Rifai The garden: scene had juseP; \ -
admirably sung and danced. whereupon
Wagner, in his exuberant Joy,' :'..,. :
t bugged and kissed the artists, and' -
d f J then quite beskto himself, got down on Fleece Lined Flannelettes ;I
-j u I all fours and barked like a, dog concluding
I his exhibition by throwing bls P

legs in the air and balancing himselfm Final Clearance Sale Monday See them in Big North Windowover
1 his b<:ad. '
,"At this! interesting moment: Liszt 1 I About twentyfive pieces Something thirty different

1wcj1 II I and several of his pupils including; 6 4c single fold 'Kimona fleeced 8 C styles in double fold, fleece lined
myself, walked on the stage .Quick arj j
flash Liszt, who always played'' Ur J Flannelettes! which A J Flannellettes, former price 1

1 I role of Wagner's self (constituted defender \ formerly 'sold for iOc yard, M Jfi 15c the yard ,8c

; ;said grimly;Weil I, if that> CLEARING PRICE U4U. CLEARING PRICE .. '.
sore, tt'5 the hnrdesi-one-n'tbe, worldto .
hold by thunder" For,the sake of

I the:ni-eiater we tried "to restrain' om You can't afford to miss, ,this, unusual opportunity to replenish your wardrobe of
mirth; but the effort was not wholly '
: '. t
household at considerable former .
garments a saving over orlces ;
successful. I firmly beHeve however ;
Your hairs Wl,L talk It doesn't ,
matter how much
you try to silence. them. that Wagner himself :was eecretiL"!

with heavy veils and broad hats, the ends of the hair will stick out and call to every pleased:at.the sensation'for' which:: .oj New .- r
reeponsIble.-Harper'e' Spring Zephyr Ginghams
was Weekly
passer-by, "See how dull arid brittle ,we, are She neglects "us shamefully.. ''ef'" I ij) i:I

Every woman should have beautiful and abuu- after which the h'atr."ill. Sjrbw 'as,nature intended. EFFECT. OF IMAQINAVION.Bltte XXX Ten Yards for 65c. XXX

dant hair for nature laIshhrewards those who It stops jtghing: of the. 1calgalm,03l! :: instantly and II *? .
I labor Intelligently: t*> p:>serve and beautify. gives the assurance of a pur from the very first I stag a-y HarMleM Snake .lam Not over: two, patterns to any one customer. Regular ten-cent values in an endless
IleTa Ue Waa'Dylav.
Is your hair oily or sticy Is it dull or lusterless application. It contains 'no "oil" or grease; and it isunsurpassed : ..variety of New Spring Colorings and Weaves' This offering holds good
? Have you dandmff If so. you should use : for daintne! J.It .makes the. hair An -English physician t in.. India on a> '
Xewbra's Herpcido at onc It kills the germ or light and fluffy and gives it a' silken gloss. I told ef an e extraordinary case of the : -' :but for one day only>/MONDAY. You may view them in our

microbe that causes dandruff and falling hair} ; .effect of imagination-- on the physical j > big North Window. I
I IiI system. He says: f
'"Some time ago ott JJjiting, :theJm iaft t"I I
Send lOc In stamps for sample to the Herpicide Co. Dept. L.. Detroit. Mich.W. morning'! ;;; tbld l I petal one wes thkt

[ A. D'ALEMBERTE : Special Agent, tnao night.bad suffering,been from admitted a snake..during bite ,an tb. i I L ",.Final. Week -of the. Great White Fair,,,,

Druggist and Apothecary s. Palafox Street f.nS Coh! Florida. 'that state'he was of severe very low.prostration,I found; he bla war Ka I ,Only few more days and the Great White Fair will be a thing of history- To

J> hardly able,to,(!speak/J bf !I fittingly close this great value giving:annual.event we have secured and

'_ __ n ____... ____ __ ____._ ----..------ =---=-=. In.a ata e of great depression.! He anifnl 1 'will l place on BEGINNING. MONDAY MORNING
.I :Wanda said that wring the night_|

M 4.f rNt> ###*,,## :#**.,.I,*.A'i;?'lt'ktr7rf;'; f1' tOLD 'St 1f'll ; en the toot: that hew as much alarmed ... .
t and rabidly wed: into a state of In.enslt .Skirts and Drawers which we. will close. out at .

RESIDENTS OF ;'r.j] .:.B Y... .' ">nitj. when, TbfVajtf:they' brought he con htiq lderl4 to j the uniform price' of '25', the Garmentwith -

.: thathe;'wai dying and evidently ,,ee- 1 ho re$ n'cs. I You may haveas many garments- asyou* wish. You will!J, find t

.EscAM13- A COUNTy. n. ;!;!: .:'Professor." :J Jr "yarded"Qnbt'lDC his condition asked for as a hopeless.description d I them on bur Big Center,'Counter 'in the. rear of 'main aisles .

; .. ;f -. 'tb '8n8ke. they said they had caught .
".1.' E., ....Allen. :.;.1! ";It.and brought It 'with' them In a bottle
.? THE GONZALEZ FAMILY. \ The bottle 'was produced; and tU New White Goods Val Laces
Sf snake, rtaed4oat t-l pl be a.xmall'lnao Just .
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i iAmors ,. .
r- cent 'lysodon' It "J.was alive, thong ? ., All Over Laces Torchon Laces f.
I Comwhat.injured by the treatment tt .
( i ii dad ceiTed. Received Plat Val and Polnt'de' Paris Laces
: 'the many grand old gentlemen -]I| fly many of whose names: I cannot i I through the whole, set. The last tame *On explaining to the' man and lid t .
who 11ded a mighty influence mU '!! now mnembjer.. The nanps of the I ever saw James Gonzalez,, ha .h4t; frtecdc that It was harmless, and wit
n,. <- > of PensacoJa. there was that:i sons whom kn-w well were "Papa,"1 1I '!' his second wife and ,'ai living not C some 4i.t1kuJtT making themJ l1eri) .HHe I
rand old patriot Manuel Gonzalez.The Celdstine, refer, James Samuel. One vary far from the pre nt court house.,, of
I[ tTmptom? poisoning rapidly disappeared > '
first time I remembfer seeing the,!, of the daughters married Peter I nte3-'!t' During ,814, when GSn/ inJrew ,, and be left the hospital af Yours for Quality, i.. '
trt gentleman, he was living in a two-' tea, who once onced 'a large blacki -',! Jackson made a descent upon pensa'i | ,
trill u he ever was In hJj Wo M M&w
.rtorv dwelling between Palafox and i i smith shop on Palatox .street, hot far i cola,-and captured the place;. .
Sarlen streets, on Romapa btr at. As, from the store now occupied by F. f Manuel l Gonzalez was living at h's t .*. "M' W. J. & B. FORBES. if f
remember him, In the 40's he was, Brawner. I remmbtr James E'I f county residenro fifteen miles ,northof -
man below medium height perfectly I ez better than any othfer of the I the city. Jackson captured tha old., .U lbla'e.. I
'Met form, black hair ,and sparkling, A gentleman at his country home and ;, Tne brilliant witty and dissolute AW- I ,.. '
olack; eyes. When Mr. Gonzalez .look!t demanded; that n,} (Gonzalez: ) sl u'ulf t blades tad one of the most,extensive ..... ) : ",, ."_ ._ ._ .wo.A0" : ;
him and his army into i in exile that fell to m
fl you straight in felt I PeusacoJaj experiences= ever -
your //&ye. you : .... .
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i stirred the patriotic ---
a' though he bad seen through you. That request the'lot of man. AMiJle in command of I ;- ;:- -- -- '
Mr{ Gonralez's wife was, as I rereraber Spanish blooj in his veins, and h-j the, Sicilian army be was recalled: to
: a good deal larger than-'her iI shoved his hands deep down into J'! stand trial for the destruction of the \ timber Lands
cashwd. Judgingrorn': her personal I T rF,1 his pockets and riainj lo his fall;j busts of' Hermes an outrage that bad 1T
tatty when I first height replied: to Jackson ao fellows'"General :; his #
saw her 'I should taken place just before departure. u
'4Uppoe.!! that she" was ooe of Pensa- Jackson, the fortunes, Qt.w Knowing that his death bad been deI I BROWN
'e a s belles in her youthful days. Mr.'d .iI I rmined on he- escaped ,to *parta. :, GORDON For
Mrs. Gonzalez raised larfee'f am-:I where, by adopting the manners of the 1 j I: t
lleOplt', 'In strangecontrast: tai his for-
',,rr a,t ka;, (r _
Of Li{ Y mer style 0(' luxury he became immenseiy
I r'I popular.lie engaged in mill. j I We have them. Several ipleadid 3 L
tuy operations against the Athenians : large and small turpentine locationi to
I 3( l and succeeded so 1\"t" to'excite the i HARDWARE COMPANY i Saw Mills! and Saw mill locMlon ;
ALL OLD PEOPLE IN PENSACOLA envy; of the Spartan leader 1 who ex- Some excellent!; bargains in large
pelled him. whereupon be went to i and small) trait of round and hazel
AND THEIR CHIOREN TAKE I Persia and used there with a aag. ,I timber lands.
astonished'the I Large tracts of MlsaUsippl( Delta
NOTICE. i nificence that Persians HARDWARE : .
EVERYTHING in and Hardwood land '
I tbeu..selves. He was recalled to Atbets Splendid list of valuable property
with the same capriciousness: that jj iI j r- r .. .. ( [ and fine location for a Coony! or Stock g
A tIme come to every one when I : I marked his ostracism! and was appointed \ Farm in South ,East Georgia. '
the life forces I R7others Retain commander in chief of all tile i Some of the choicest resident t'
begin to fail. We be- II BELTING
nu to foel that Wd are goin-s down I i PRO I.- ALLEN.; I Your Youthful a'J i I Athenian farces; but, failing in an iia-. VALVES AND FITTINGS. place S Ithe: beautiful little city of
::1' and perhaps that the end of ac-I : portent expedition, be was again: cent :' DeFuulak Springs, Fla.. and in Milton.
lIre tit-mea. !if not of is :, I i 1 Figures. into exile and-was finally assassinated ] 4'
life near. first place
; for several reasons. In tire J PIPS NAILS BAR IRON, Fla.Our i
These extracts from some letters I i[ I thought then and I do till this day. ,To be beautiful U to be loved'by tli, K I in Persia.t prices and terms are reason*
reeentlr received' from old people I' think James Gonzalez : was without there lire the woman who is incinerent to t able.Cal
Child be interesting reading: handsomest man I saw. this she is yet to be heard of. Yet tr im I Rev. Martin L. L. D. I on or write to UI.iTURNER&AYMARD.
J'r A. :J''. Baker of Evansville Ind. doubt the second place, he was ever one ot. time immemorial society ha* rffegnlted 'lor f Waverlyr Texas., writes: "0(, a MASURYJ& READYMADE_ RAILROAD .
In tits; what they thought to be a detriment ia the
says 'I believe when first arising I often ;
there is other med-. I i morning :
wtu Itha best friends .our. family ever had.j way of such iI rea.Hur.on.! 'i he bearing of f
equal to Vino for old Ii at find.a. troublesome collection'of PAINTS
people. ; married Miss LaRua a children has infant to them the rr.arrhig ,
"om couh
$1,000 for the good it 'Among the many goon! physical beauty'of figure;: without which -
has done me.." lovely lady. James bl-autyof face would be of little account. very, hard to discharge! ; but, a small t Real Estate and _
Mrs. Sarah J. Win 'rom. cousin of, traits of character posssssed by showed -, I, Xothing could be more remote from truth quantity of Ballard's "Horshound Sy-1 FAIRBANKS SCALES 1 z3t.
was that ,
tee late ; Gonzalez. tber none than this; childbirth is purely a natural I' '. Abstract Company,
will'at dislodge
United once it. and ;
States president! brilliantly than bis' great: : phenomenon, by ,to be rup ..
Zachary Taylor says "Vlnol is a God: adoration moe for lovely Jadie On many'occasions I ,, sure but if property accompanied managed .*nioT* .f trouble I is over I know of no medicine It i --- 'P. 0. Box I 115. DeFunTak f k Springs, Fir<<}dl.
vend' J/> old' people. I am seventy-six j seen Pensacoia's fine, harmful in its effects upon the hurnaaores, that la equal to It: and it is eo pleasant 'SUPERB STOVES AND RANGES.L I t
nf\Ltjll'g qualities I{! bUes A'yingrwltb; :: 'tL to all persons needing a j
of Vinol I feel young wiUi-hfm. I 'Lremeniter I ; Money to Loan.
active and well today" I the next dance squests.l),; MOTHER'SFRIEHS medicine! for throat or. lens troubl s."! ,,,.,-- l#
was r 1- '
c'asonhe: ,
Mr on ona o ...AGENl"S... -at
Jos. I Ii. 1i
Bankson of Decatur 111TOtyelght .! : i __ .
in the ballroom ami i MONEY TO LOAN. -Oa-resi ttUU or fU
'' take
a elate
Ant made years of age. says, "VI-I and'! choose a partner for the next .waltL.,- i.,. LADY. BE AT SOt'CAHN'S: STORE! NEW YORK BELTING AND'PACKING CO. I other sufficient security by appb OO!
l\as\ hlQ strong active : ;
tell having himself blindfolded and taking Ii't' Ing to Tho!. Pebley, cor. Palafox and J
A, member the firm of W. H. White I the hand of th" partner of fctscholc*.j; 'every case of labor; i it, relaxes 1n4 M>'tB i J Mrs.,Leon Button, demonstrator of NEW YORK LEATHER BELTING.-CO. -- I Roman. u P stairs. 17aov-m,
I Cn., The ball room was! crowded with tn\ the abdominal muscles. thereby eriablroj time 1P. Durkee salad dressing. 14 in I MONEY TO LEND-On good rear*.
'l' the fact says that"Vionl it contains owes Jh its a highlynfntrated finest In Pensao:)1a. and and many'W-t them must undergnj to sustain and'the from stretching this! very teat fact they It |the ''city and "will be at Sol Cahg'estory ,' Orders: Shipped Same Day Received f tale security or on good; collateral: : ..TtJ
''' form all ha active cura- there were who came forward facilitates their return to normal ;proportions t Monday. Tuesday, and Wednesay. : at lowest rates:' Leslie E. :Brooka,
\ strengthening and body builditlJ:.1e their hand hi his hoping to haN the after childbirth and it \is obviooi ', ;' The ladies areinvjjed .tq call }'lsher'lIutldin 2ljia r.r."1
r nrtiea of It makes' pl-asure of dancing with him. I bare :.1 that pain muM be greatly lessened from and see her. LOANED oa all kiadjf of.'pdf': ;J.}
cod liver oil. MONEY
; and hearl'lIbearty this . .. ... '
tick playej very reasoqIt - -
material! seen many Jokes. '- on short notlca.i ,
red blood, healthy body ult, but I U a liniment It 'M harmless it U sonal property
*BO; sound, steady nerves. In (this way i laughing at the r* L potent, it is priceless In its results, it laMother's EXCURSION. i Terms easy. J. W. Bollard upstairs
repairs worn tissues, checks the, pever saw anything to equal the enjoyment .:. Friend '1.0' per bottle at drug --- : r :8 ic: South PaUfox St.,, Phone ,I1U. J JI > i
f.atura} decline of the aged and re-:, that rssaUed fro1ntr.;{ Gon-( stores. Our book of pricec! *> talus Mat To The Life Saving Station. SHINGLES ,SASH, DOORS ; I, Duns .!....tI '
'" the nand of a yours: free: to all women8radflold The Cupk! and Robert L. B. will j J
*s zuUz's. grasping fj
weakness with strength. Every '"' UNLIMITED amount ot money to loaaoa
be Co. make two the Life Saving Stat .BUILDING MATERIAL. ...
took to a Regulator .
*** wljom he kinds of personal .
person In Pensacoia should try midshipman tlon today, leaving City wharf at 91 I :: all property.Special
''col'% on our guarantee to refund tho lady by they feeling of his hand. Ac-i ti C ATLANTA, GA. _' o'clock in the morning and 2 o'clock' 'Phony t II. 'N G. DcSILVA& .CO', I rates to business men on large' '
New York Loan Co..
*:*':"** if it fails to give satisfaction.!'; cording to t thd -rule, he'.!' waif compelledto 1! | I In the evening. : (jeans.South PalaTcx.I' The .Z004,
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Severe Cold for Three Montht.
'.r :'. The following: letter from A. J. Nu.
': baum of Batesville, Jnd., tells its ova
9 -. story: "I suffered for three months with
t : a severe cold. A druggist prepared me

"', some medicine, and a physician prescribed
i for rue yet I did not improve

; t Which of our readers can tell. what the e'pic; ur represent? I and then eight tried doses Foley's cured Honey me. and Tar

T The 50 cent 'size contains two and
_. one-half times as much as the small size

4; No No. 3.Bowling.No. 2.-Basket-ball.. City writes, "No.on the 8.. Sleighing margin of." her Miss coupon-Daniell -+..e+c+-.-:......--:+:...w." ....:....+:... <.. 0 O+:""'JI.x.X.Jr.. : -+'...:.. m. Preaching every second and third and much the $1.00 bottle almost six timesas

COLD L D WEATHER 4.-Hockey. "1 found the three little boys hidden T Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
No. 5,-Boxing.No in the Prayer meeting every Sunday night at '
large icture" but fails to ear I ii the Churches i 7 o'clock.A SOLO! AID BECOMME ED BY
,1 6Fencing.' where she found them. cordial invitation
is extended to alL
No. 7.--Ice-lsoatinr. Pfeieffer. 309 S. Barcelona ,
City, gives,"Nor 7. Coasting" and "No. a It. + 1 West Hiil Baptist Church.-Preach-

SPORTS ARE One No. boy 8.-under Skating.danger sign.. Two inur.per Skating, three boys : +:+:+ .ii.X.g.g: +- ....>+c..:...., :...:.:+:...:..,:...:...:.:J, West lull\. Baptist Church-'Sunday
All of the above answers are nicely School 10 a_ m. Preaching; every first A GENT!dMAN'S: TASTE IS BEST
left hand corner.Correct written, and I trust each of the names Following will be the order of services Services January 28 at 7:30: p. m: I and third Sunday at 11 'a, 01: and 7.30 SUITED WITH A
Answers Received. wli; be attached to "0. 'K." answersthIs i. at the>various*,-churches. .throughout The Bishop of Florida will visit St. p. m. Prayer meeting Sunday l'p:
i Correct answers to all ,the 'pictureswere chanceat the: ,city to-day{. John's church February 18. at 7:30 m.
''I week so they can have a : p
received l from the, following ," i CERTIFIED CHECK5c
bright girls and boys. "that ntollar" which different puzzlers Catholic. "* r, m.
: "mean," "beautiful." "big" Century Mission-Rev. J. R. Bick- Presbyterian
Everett Rice 400 West Garden c&ttf SL Michael's :ChUr\: .;:First puss 7
'wld," hateful old" rubber-tired" : o'clock; .children', mass 9 o'clock; nell priest in charge.' Services Jan. First Presbyterian Church-Rev. CIGAR.All .

I ., "slippery," "contrary," "elusive" and : last mass 10.30.: ,o'clock; vespers 4 28,. both morning and evening. Julian S. Slbley pastor. Sunday the qualities of flavor, aroma
"much wanted" old dollar i oclock. The Bishop of Florida will visit Century school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor color and goon material is
Romana. City; Lucy Swaine 402 West
Shows Unfamiliar- .Garden. City; Ed. Swaine 402 West .Miss Mildred McKinnon, Muscogee, i St. Joseph's Church-:Sen ices as fol I Mission Sunday Feb. 18, at 11a. 4,30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.. and embodied in it.
Fia., locates the three hidden boys .. m. 7:30: p. m. Union meeting of Young
Garden. City Tom 120 West lows
r ; King ;
,correctly, but "I2' ,, and 7":'are not People's Societies at 5:45 p. m. An A. Greenhut & Co.
i i ity With Them-Everett Price Government City; Bridget DI Lustro, I ,Sunday 7. a.'m. Low Mass and InIstruction. been ,
interesting bas
;.534 South I IPalafox City; Lena Israel quite correct .. !9 a. m. Sunday schooL 10 I Methodist.P&lafox' program arranged. DISTRIBUTORS.
Wins "That Dollar" ''IS West Wright; Callie Cohen. 432 A Week Too Late. I a" m. High Mass and Instruction. 4 p. ., Street Methodist Church- PENS AGO LA. FLORIDA.We .
i The of Nell H. Susie Sunday school at the Stoddart Avenue
I East Intendencla. City; Andrew Brown answers m. Veapers Rosary and Benediction of Rev. B. C. Glenn pastor Hegular sere
:505) South Adams, City; Regina Geri I Ketterer_ Susie P. Eagan Callie the Blessed Sacrament. i, vices 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday Mission at 3:30 p. m. C. F. Zeek.
Florida' nwmbars of The Journal 208 East Government City; Nell i Cohen, Willie Lee Alice P. Pritchard, Mass during the week is at 7:30 a. school :9:30' -a. m. J. N. Andrews superintendent superintendent.. All are cordally invited
Puzzle Army, and especially the West West; 313 East Romana City; George I Anita Gen. Celia Rand, Adele Pyritz, m.' except :Mondays and Fridays, whenIt Epworth League 6:30: p.
S S.' Florida division, do not seem to take W. Watts = Broadway. Louisville, I Luna Israel, Allie Carroll!, and Bonita Is at 8 a. in. During Lent-and the m. Home Missionary Society will Christian. Give You
much Interest in "Cold WeatherS Ky.; Edward Giles Forman, Nadawan, Merrill, to pictures that appeared two months of May and October It is at meet Thursday afternoon at 3:80) First Christian Church-COrner Al a
orts." They are more familiar with Ala.; James Sill City; Elmer tier le, weeks ago rid not reich the 'Puzzle 'S a: m. Gadsden Street Methodist Church
all-the-year-round games, as evia befora pastor. Preachingat
Confessions In the evenings Guarantee'of
t to The school.10 a. m.. H.; J. Mackej, Supt.PreachIng .
by their sure to get your; ansewer
answers to The Journal's last West Garden. City; Charles L. Vetter, of Obligation 11 a. m, and 730 p. m. Sunday
Sundays Holy Da's' and.
I' ; Journal office before seven o'clock 1 at 11 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday Puzzle Pictures. East Gac&den, City Samuel R Sparks, I school
; First Frilajs: from 4 p. m. to 9 p, m. 3,30; a. m. Epworth League.
I Very few failed on "Handball,"Newman (!) 'Ga; Lina May Merrittor Thursday evening to insure being on 2 17 I P. m.. v I by O. P.' Splegal general evangelist good work and whenwe
Baptisms Sundays a; p. m. or by
time.If of Birmingham, Ala. Morning aubJjct
'I Basketball., "Bowlin's. "Boxing" or ( Massett) Hawkinsvilla. -. say trod work we
"Fencing," but some of them missed Nearly Correct.. 'you do get them to The Journal appointment. I II' 'Lutheran Church. : "Spirit Rapping.." Evening: m an the very best'; obtainable -
"Hockey," and many missed "Ice-boat Nearly correct answers were. recei\\. office by o'clock Thursday evening, i "The Second Coming of Christ." Miss by means of
ing" and "Skating," or "Seating" 'as ed from the following: and, if your answers ar& correct but Church of ChristChurch i German Lutheran Church-Rev.' J. Louise Weldon of Albany Ga.. wi'l!!l equipment
I of Christ, Jackson and F, W, Reinhardt, pastor. Suno'aySchool '
little has four name does not appear in the sing. :All are Invited
one bright chap Jt. Only a. Harry Porter. ((104 Houston street), ,
d few / honor list, promptly notify the Puzzle Alcaniz Streets : Bible school 10a. 9 a. m: German service 10:30 MOD'ERNLAUNDRY
located all the three of the boys Ala.
Montgomery. m. Preaching 11 a, m. Subject: munion at 7 m. Confession 6:30 METHODSand
In the large picture. Gregory tf. Quina. Jr.. 418 West Gar Editor and the matter will be'investl- p. : Un vcrsali.t.
d Everitt Rice, 400 West Garden, is den. City.Arthur. bated at once., ,"What Js the Church?" Preaching at, a. m. English service with Holy Comp. First Universalist Church-East intelligent operation.Let .
entitled to the silver dollar this time Hagood. Spartanbur'g, S. C., 7:30, p. m. by W. T. Tracy. Prayer m. The collections or the day are Chase street Sunday School at 10 a. us do your "wash.
and can have it whenever he calls (P. O. B. 226). gives No.. 5. Snowballing The Original. meeting'Wednesday evening 7:43. ,All: for Home Missions, m. Y. P C. U- 6:30: sharp. All are

for It at The Journal office and fails to mention the three hidden Foley S; Co., Chicago, originated welcome 'i I Scandinavian Lutheran Church- cordially. invited. The Star Steam
Correct Answers. boys. Honey and Tar as a throat' and lung Episcopal. Services at 10:30: a. m. and 5 p. m. .

Correct Answers to the Puzzle Sammie Stewart of Bagdad. Fla., remedy .nl: on account of the' great 1 f Christ Church-Rev. P. II. Whaley, Helle, pastor... t Salvation Army.
Pictures that appeared in The Journal gives "No. 7. Boating' and forgets the merit and popularity of Foley's Honey D. D.- Rector. Regular services at :Meetings nightly at the Army Hall Laundry.
Jut Sunday Uan. fl. are as follows: (hidden bovs.:, and Tar many Imitations are offeredfor .i,17:30 and and 11 a: m. and 4:30: p. m. Baptist.First I A cordial welcome eitended! to all 31 E aarOen bt Priori Hi.
No. Handball. I I Lola Lee Daniell, 520 East Jackson. the genuine. These worthliss.tmstations Suaday School 9:45 a. m. Wednes'' Baptist Church-Services today : Sunday school every Sunday 2:30 p. Pensacola. Fin.
day and Friday'services at 4:30 m. at 11 and 7:30 Sunday '
have similar Founding names. p. a. m.: p. m. -;jm. Richard Norris, captain in charge.
Beware of them. The genuine Foley's I St. KatbaMne's-Cervantes and Da- School. 9:30 a., m.:, 'Rev. T. M.' 'S., .

Honey and Tar Is in s. yellow pack- vis street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe, S. Callaway, of Talladega. Ala., will fill : First Church 'of Christ, ,Scientist .
I T. B. rector Sunday services 7:30 the pulpit at both sarvices. Subject: 1 i 1 I First Church 9f Christ, Scientist- --
age. Ask for it and refuse any jrobstKtute.
: PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist: and 11 a. m. and, 4 p. m. Sunday Morning: "The Gospel of Good Cheer" : Service at 11 a. 'm. Services will be ESCAHBII OYSTER, DEPOT.
and apothecary. School 9:30 a. m. Services Wednes Evening; -"The 'Helpfulness of the held in the Pensacola Library buildIng .
1 day and Friday at 4 p m. Saint's Higher Manhood. A cordial welcomeall on East Chase street. Phone 1210.
Answn Must Bo Written en This Coupon Blink. No Days Holy Communion at 10 a. m. especially Baptists' of the city. Eecam-
Plant and
Attention Will Be into Those Mot Written On' It. No MRS. CLEVELAND'S Seats free. A welcome to all. East End. Baptist Church, llth Ave. 'Second, Church of Christ, Scientist., bia Fine Oysters reasonable Bay prices.
i Exception to this Rule. St. John's Church, WarringtonRev. and Chase S'trl'et-Rev.. W. Senter- Th Secontf! Church of Christ: at
: J. R. BIcknell, priest in charge. fit. Hastor. C. Tabarras &Co.
Sunday: School at 10 a.'i Scientist-Services every Sunday
Iff answers to the puzzles in The Journal today we as Mows: LAST LECTURE: I -

No.l Mrs. Cleveland, will by special request :JWIUI" _i8.mi1(= : !:4Jtur.tl4!UAitlN 3..t...
I .
of ladies who have heard her ,
and by those who have not. give one % IMMEDIATELY CURL*

a No. 2' last more in talk Pensacola! which,for will the surely She her II Let the Phonograph be the After Dinner Speaker-- m 'HEADACHESBrea".upCOLDS

VNo.3.No. says near future that she, as hopes her stay to here return has in been the S3! When your guests are too full for utterance a few selections nn this &! w IN 6 TO It MOV*.*

1\ both This Trot. tool We AI Dr i+
pleasant and profitable. ; matchless entertainer would be very much appreciated and a neverending
) talk will bQ on mental moral and phy I Ii rt
.4 r sical culture of women and will take !; source of pleasuie to all for days to come. !-i

,, {p'ace! at the Southern Hotel parlors afternoons
: morning at 11

\ No. 5' '.j about Monday Invited.75.Means,.Jan.Seats.29 will at 11 be a. mv provided' All ladies,for!:.r.... The VICTOR and EDISON with hundreds of records e 4.w3 j open daily:3:from o'clock 10 ,a. m.Reading to 3 m

No. 6 i : less nutrition' and In consequence 1 t5 To choose from- will insure a: pleasant evening in any house. Daily ii may where be Christian had. Room Science 6 Masonic literature Tea'pie.

the i.! recital i in our store,free. AND Ten Dollars
less vitality. When liver ,, will put a piano in your Ji ; .
'f fail to secrete bile the blood becomes home. Ask us about Sheet .
particulars. music at half the
No. No.7. loaded with bilious properties, the digestion just pub- Hi

bercmes impaired and the I I lished prices. Buy a, piano,., we sell only the BEST and you "pay Iii $t. Cyprian ,Mission (Col) olt'

bowels cO :tllpated. Herblne"wlU rectify when you like." St. C'ry rian Mission (colored
No. I .. the ', I>. u
this; It gives tone to stomach Christ Church BuilJing.Re*
liver and Udneys strengthens the -: r "
z : aptetlte Oldest .nd Largest 114116 Palafox. St.PhonolS Moore pastor.! Sund! :.> s.bIO': O
cleans and Improves the
Music. House lit M'H I 3 IJ *
,' 1 Clutter. and I
m.-Sunrltei 11 a m
j infuses new life and visor TO Florida ouse : a:
fa third :anflay.
No ... the whole :system. 5t:cent. a,bottle 1 m. Hoi} communion. every
Street '
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; -, .," f REAL ESTATE WE 'WANT : '& i'.J' .' ., -- ,- --.


Suscejjprj to Tbos. C..Watson 6 Co.

Can Be Made BUSINESS PROPERTY. THE FOLLOWING.Buildins. Leading! Real Estate, Rental and Insuranee Agmy f fA

$ 8000....:123) feet .front on Garden' : .

'street. Will build on this. for

Eveo Is"to: put year your, millions money of in dollars real estate are :)lo in /absolutely a growing $12000-237&anyone desiring front on hS3 Tarr. gona $500 to $=Z 000.sites in"g0odIociliLy:: .. from Few Attractive Offerings in Real 1 Estate. ;

yOnd rca1Fby stock investors. street, bringing rents that $15.000.OQ-A large: brick building on a gcod business corner.
will) net S per e?nt. $7, OO.OO-A large lot, lying we3t of and near Palafox St. about. 350
$ 3000-Store building Wast Intenden. S ft. front by 192 ft. dsep. ,A. bargain.
A Real Estate Investment is I cia street; icnts $312 per Modern:" small house.nfI ]iborbool'*; fconveniently :$7,250.DO-jArge story brick building apposite site t>f New City all..
year. i ocaf d m good : not This must be sold at once or will be withdrawn from market. S

$ 1850* -Storey and Dwelling/ corner I 0vr0Q... = -
Never Wiped Out. '" Coylo'.and Jackson. j' --A'l.kft' : AFTERWARDS"or modern conveniences. Stone, sidewalk. Lot 80 by 180 ft. West
o ,
4Fensacola : ,' HOMES. t. ,. / '" HilL '
; $3503-Large, '. at :iim of final' settleinenttlt will :$$200.00! very nIce cottage on North Hayne 'St. with 5- lot SD) by
roomy ; Ifjjou have such a place or
Hajno places .5 5
is i 12;; ft.
rapidly show whether
crowing: and her: real estate Isshow#? at :? : you are squarely dealt ,
ing !a nandsoms profit We street let us.... know once. *ith.grnot.' There ; ?OO.OO-Larg: story dwelling on North Davis '
investments are offering some..,very ,fine, $ 4500-Elegant: home. North Bajleti are no delays in street. Very de
in 1 slrabt
: i3ipioved( und ;r-
unimproved !
over, the city.' Will b3 glad( to have you call property or write-: a'l. $3150-sir\notber et.$2250New. large bout>c, .Hayn .. S Paying Fire losseswritten $$2,00000 lots on East Hill car line; southern. exposure, overlook ,;

ing bay. One of ihe prettust building sites on East Hill
.. doom house_ gas and Monej to Joan on real. estate secur- $1, ).Comfortable
cottage on
Brent'Road, Cotton
near Compress. ;
electr.c; lights, near Palafox :IF- by companies we
$1,100.00-Fivc : '
$1500-:NIca' horns It's room dwelling, with large lot on corner.; .East Chase
East Hill, near a good time, of the year to look street. S S:
Gadsdcn, St. Methodist church. after your insurance.<: Give us the business $1obo.OO-Fivc
I Pensacola I vestment Co4. $ 900-Nice. 5-room home, West Grccorj. %. L. s.'jowN& CO. and it will lie dOD;;) to suit! you.McDavidllyer S ft. near Stoddart's very desirable Place.building lots; making a frontage; of 200

City Manage* $3000-Property NOTICE AND AT LITTLE COST TO BOR
on W Gregory rents "V E SEtII.OTS" ROWER.WE. :,.
J W. H. KNOWLES President R. B. SIMPSON: Secretary, $450 per year; will bring 15 per Agents New 'York I S

j.E. STILLAN, V-FTej. nl: Gen. Manijer. KNOWL1J ftTE, *. Treasurer. I$1550-cProperty nt. renting $210 per year .... Life 8 E. InsuranCe Government Company. RON\GEr RESPECTFULLY AND.,IF YOUR RENT SOLICIT RETURNS SHARE ARE OF UNSATISFACTORY YOUR PAT.-

I :Real state loans,' General Investments. North Hajne. For Sale. hone 700. Street. : PLACE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS AND INSURE
-Property renting $96 per year. PLACED IN FIFTEEN OP
215 South Street. Pensaeola, Florida. $60-'LOTS-$60. :OR: \ house at Gould THE VERY OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES. IF YOU WANT TO

--- $1.00 cash and 50 cents per week or IT/,?. Apply to K. L. Askergren, S For Sale RENT A DWELLINQ OR STORE, OR DESIRE A RENTAL AGENT
-- $3.00 ca$h and $: per month. Thesa caldmg:: i Fla.____28Janlm US.
lots wll} be worth $100 to FOR SALE-Two
$J23: before JR SLE.I0 'lots'ou East H.ll. 4 or.thre.9 wagons,
WANTED I WANTED they are paid for on the terms: oer cJ.. blocks from street car line. For drays and horses cheap, if taken HOOTON & ,WATSON.PHONE
Such easy terms are not offered within a few days. Phone 614 .
every terms address Box 68, :Chipley Fla. or apply
'O iTIONVANTE[) as bookkeepsr?rJr WANTED-Cypress day, I am selling these lots. fast ant janl\V. .at 403 +i.. Reus street. 27_Jan. 54. 34SOUTH, PALAFOX STREET.
tank about three they will
soon bs all sold. -
double 30 entry clerk of about March thousand gallons capacity. Also I Isnd two,thirds of sale price on FOR-SALE.::.....Improved and unlmprjv FOR -SALE=Second-hand buggy -

Rookt 4m>ept: :' sears care Journal.agAddress 27janlw* Danlell.wind mill if in good condition.. Lee any of the above property. eJ prOierty In all parts of th ..clty.J. cheap., Apply F. A. Rogers 908 E. 1 -
2SJau List pour property vnih inn for ar.'! Wilson & Co. Real Estate Agents, Jackson. or phone 1143. 27Janlw
\\ \\TED: Position by registered : Rents collected and Room 7 MiscellaneousSHOEMAKER. Board and Rooms.
WANTED.-Second hand ,oat prompt .turns Salisbury building.<. Phone WOOD WORKING MACHINERY
1f"I j iKit i of 17 years' experience. AdDruggist' corn.. ; uiao. 172. i> .' 23Jan ; .
and cotton seed : 6" Moulder S
meal sacks. .Out'or one .. four heads. ISO '
rF. care Journal.27janlw. .
town shipments, solicited.! Writ- us. FOR VSALEL-ThoroughbrediScotcn: knivg 'a>d cutters: .One woo.]i ONE LARGE ROOM Doable fui
F. S. Mellen & Co. 20mar. collie imported stock also one 150 knives and c tters. One woodworker ; i JOHN 'FIA .,Boot and Shoemaker; nish d, 'with 'board. Hot and coM

'f\\TED.-First-class millwright cir- --- ---- l laay's saddle: 1102 E..Qadsdeu street ;. ot jointer, with two heads, Fins custom work to order; repairing water bath...Call at 415 W. Gregory or

-n d j- jatiler and hammerer is WANTED.-Th9' :Merchants Transfer LESLIE E. BROOKS or phone %85. 20jan2w knivesV'rabitingp tools! ?aw',. etc. One ;' matj&r'al! and workmanship guar' I pnone 865. 27janlw*
tfpn for r. position. Reference fur Co. wants your moving and .bacUn;. 3$" circle res/I/ W, )latest pattern for 1 anteed. Please give ma a call. 120

.:. .d \ddress J. 11. D., care Jour- All breakage guaranteed. T. B..Taoreen. 204% S. Palafox St- Fisher Building.IIELPWANTE I FOR SALE lubber.-Second hand Babcock bevel:&nd, straight boards. ,.ith saw E., Government. street. Phone 1086. FOR KENT.-One well furnishe.1
buggy. jn first-class! r
.' offlr._. 26janw.ffi Prop. Phone 378. ISjunelnx. condition. tires complaco. One Edger Harbor and 2-jaolm room for 2 gentlemen or marriedcouple
For information
\ T":[),- -Good horse and wagon KING & irUAL. contracting palntera1and i -- No. 51, telephone three saws from 10" to, 20". Belts, (no light .!housekeeping). Ape
ami.! Harness for farm purposes. Al- decorators. Fine varnshin;I counter shafts, main line shafting! and MISCELLANEOUS.EXPERT Ply} 18 E. Garden. :6jauh.

/v' pool horse and carriage must b and finishing. Sign paintIng! a spaciaitr. : WANTEL; :: =SrT"t"ibi11tf l FOR SALE.-Most beautiful residence pulleys.: Machines comparatively new DRESSl\fAKER-1Irs. L E. :
crap D. J. L.: 26janlwTED Residence phone 243. 29aug-1 an4 block,Pensacola, overlooking the Selling on account of no further work Miller late of New Orleans familiar TWO: FURNISHED ROOMS with privHege .
neat to
anparance call all of
on merchants light
fs them. housekeeping. Suit.
> Monk
= bay andBayou T.xar. Magnificent Apply Henry -
\ : C will orders for general latest French modes. Room
\" receive with
\ of thlr
WANTED-AH or sUe for two
gant ,
keepers ;
poultry to lire oak magnolia 'an nvita'KKis, lt'tJdlna1d: : visiting Una convenient! to 4, Park hotel. Ladies are invite to E.
feed wheat. It good Cadsden
is the cheapest feel carry; com trees. Ideal location 'for home,. hotelor Pensa. ola. or Fort Barrancas. Fla. St. 25janlw
ards.1n! : mourning cards and staonerv missions call. 27Janlw
because it makes hens lay. F. S. ; prompt ramittance.: Belmont f. "
, Mrs. F. J. Moreno. 26 l.regor E.S1 Mellen & Co.. Phone 334. Mfg. Co. Cincinnati., O. :27janlt* sanitarium. A. C. Buikley. FOR SALE.-One nice grocery with A GENTLEMAN can find home-lik
, ; 25janlwv : :. -- -- --- -----: ---. FOR SALE-:200 acres good farm Ian,1. market attached. Must be sold by NOTICE. board in a private family. Address

WANTED.-All kinds of electrical III MEN EVERYWHERE dail>- 2 miles southeast Chipley. l in February J. 66000. For information Persons who left clothing with the P. .0. Box 773. 24Janlw
\ *TED CONTRACT LOGGING ork.\ I sell ail kinds of electrical pass circulars, tack signs-no' canvassing Washing'Pn county; no':waste land; 30 apply A. Greenhut or address. I. late:: W. J. 'Abel, of the Gulf City
TEAMS at 1 once, either by the day batteries aaj other Iectrtcai-supplies. steady Continental DistrIbuting -acres, ready for "i #tvation. Good M, cars Journal. Steam and Dye works, for repair are FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
'.. by the thousand: Call at AycocU.. Whenon need ne: ring 345 or 955. Co.. Chicago. 28janlw, liras' rock quarry on pr mlses. For notified to call on GN>. Collins, at 140 rent with or without board. No
Bro! uumber Co, A>'cock, Fla. I E. \.'. Peake. new Star Laundry build -Energetic -workers" --everywhere: to further particulars address Mrs. L. Meyer. ,.on the square, is still In the East Go\ernment Street and get l light housekeeping. Apply 310 West

.4jan1] w. _ _ I ing. E. Garden. lodec.WANTED distribute circulars samples and ad. Wiselojle: Marianne,,. Fla, 17janlm* ring. Prices and quality never better. I same. Owners must pay coets and Gregory. jan I.lmo.
I have at corner of Government and
\srCD.-Position a! stenographer i .-A. R. Bingham 'wants \assln-vertising, matter. Good pay No can- Sl'LK.-pecan."trefS! ; all sizes; Aleanic a first-class, pp-to-date meat Jan.prove 219t prop rty. G. O. Brosnanam BOARD AND LODGING-New furniture -

IP udjr: of experlenc?. Good referne your moving and hading'! : He guai. New York.CooperativeAdvertising Co.*, x p aer shell seed. W.: inark -where I handle the choicest large clean rooms. Terms reasonable

( B. Address L. M. card JournaL antees. _all .breakage._ .Phone_"630.' _.I It _EL Acosta. --- -.-- 14JanXR '. western and native beef,' 'pork, mutton THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock 105
::I&nw5WANTED.Rral WANTED good nurse to stay on sausage hogs head cheese etc.Let East lalendencia St.
COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand the- premisesBring) -references. |' ,, SA'-FilL.biood.-Barred: : <1 Plymouth'Rock. -; whole ale and .retail 1 'manufacturers ISjaalm
White Rock Fisher me gtva you a ;fsw prices,on groceries dealers in cotton mattresses and
Eitat: for sale or Cleaning Club 118 N. PalafoxSt. ;01 N. Palafox. corner G dsdE-n. i : 20 pounds; granulated WANTED,-A few boarders at 212 W;.
rent, ) ; Your, busli ., Mrs. T. J. Davis. Prop. Your pat- : 28jan3ts Strejgn. and Brown Leghorn Fowels $1.00 21 pounds Y., C. sugar. I bed springs. Second hand furniture :GreC New h'ouse. good nelsbborbooa <
rorage solicited satisfaction :. -- .' -, -, Eggs, per setting ot .(15) ,$1.00.$ For ; sugar, $1 00} bought: and sold. Upholstering and r"-I .7'
:1"i *8 perifully! solicited J. A. Wil ; uaranteed r "on *
00 and
20 rice car litfe.
pounds good $ 12janlm
Careful attention given ladiesigarments. WANTEDWhite! mIddle a'gea'om n further Informaik>n\ /I3res3 Plymouth) : ; fancy country pairing a specialty. 114 E. Belmont
ion Real Estate Agent 2Z& W. Gov- Phone 1223. Sdeclm ,for nuts and general house \\orkin Rock Poultry Farm. J.. J. Pope ProP.. -,is>rup. per galJol1.' 35c. Call andES St., city. C. T. Davis Mgr. ROOMSTqboard.!:! ;
rnroeni :\'f"e'. Room 7.. Salisbury I RENT."f1\.l1i\ r .wlthO:1t:
small ? Us f If you want choice meats and
fannlv. Can stay 011prem'ies L.. Box 8.. J3ri tnl., Fla., '. Jjaulm 17Janlm S .
I 22 E. Garden.
Phone ISjanlm
mildim t 172
: 23JanKOIUKKRS J QUICK: DELIVERY-Hauling. of aU '! it shedesires. Apply :201: W. groceries. Phone 71$. Chickens: and I S. f'J ,
,get Kauffman's prices!I kinds solicited; moving.of furniture Chase. 2&Jan. FOR SALE.-Barred Plymouth Rock fresh eggs country pork a specialty.A. CUT n.OWERS.-'Patit Rose- "
Cockerels from winners of !. FURNISHED room for rent; no light
specialty East prize : $100 McDonald Moyer. 24Janlw mount Gardens Montgomery has
for a Hill Transfer ,
dr..lopng and finishing. Best Coj L Any person to distribute' our samples up.: Large! ,. well marked, good 'b1OQ placed an agency in Pensacola, represented housekeeping., .111 W. Chase St.,
, Residence Phone 454 .
cheapen city.' Roman and ; $18.00 weekli. stead .. Mgr."Empire" '
; ) S.\LE.-If
Also some good pullota.: Mrs Uizie FOR you bare $8,000 to In. by Miss BerthS Smith. 616 N.
ralafor 20! janlm 918. 14janlm Wells St. Chicago. 111. It* Hughes, Chlplei,, Fla. Sldeclm vest in a saw mill proposition worth Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for NICELY able for'FURNISHED light ROOMS suit.
housekeeping. AH
W.\\TED..StCond hand furnitureand --- -- OFFICE BOY WANTED-Apply to FOR SALEL-South" half block 211, $10.000. write",Lock Box 26, DeFuniak roses. carnations aqd all kinds of other modern conveniences. Apply 810 E.
household LOST Dr. Kennedy D'Alemberte Building. Springs, Ha. This will stand tho : cut flowers. Phone 651.TAILORINGBLDian1ondkTailor. lOdee
articles of all kinds 28Jan2ts fronting 400 feef on 13th street by Gadsdec. Sjanlm
'.'>r c WANTED.-A sal slad%'. Call I &rNa. south half of block %1:. fronting 400 with the money gets it. No time to I Gents'5 clothing cleaned, pressed nd ,NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent
LOST-Round gold watch fob, with I lit S. Tarragona St. 26janlw* feet con 14L1 St. by 137 feat waste ,with agents or tnflers. 24Jaa f Newly furnished clean and nice,
I I % on Bay repaired on short notice. No. 11%
WANTED.-The I'Jbli-! to ; that F. L. T., on each side. ,About the
-- near poetofflce. Apply at
1Z8 E.
View Park. The only property adjoin. FOR SALE.-One choice block West Government St. Pensacola. Fla. %
old l newspapers can be bought at I size of 25 cent coIn' ; Reward for TED.-'CJored: i1 for general on top Government Mrs.
B. M.
re-I ing Bay View Park that is now} r.rsale. of the ridge east of the electric 1 d 8<:. street Trainer.
'IdS (iC for five tents a bundle. They I tudn to this office. :8jan.: house \vork. Apply 420 W Roma- 7Janlm.
beautiful view
The down the
railway between 7th and 8th streets
e all clean and nice.WANTED.Elcctrie na. 26janlw*
LOST-Black and white setter bitch bayou and down the bay can never be Nautre has favored this section and it SAILMAKER.
work of ah kind. 7 or i& months. Answers to name WANTED.-First 2nd door from ear line
l>-t us tiean jour Iau. repair jour "Beaut," Reward for. return to 901 collector:: and solicitor. Apply P. G. Palafox street. Orders taken for on Strong!
'i: namo. u., Jour wiring: etc. P.KH3 N Alcaniz. care Joirnal. 26janlw am agent for the FOR SALS Beautlfol: block In New tents, awnings, camp stools and house street. For articulara address No 8.
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos I Tract No. 31%. For Journal. 6julm'OU
* n. Pwacola! Electrl Co. 205 S. City. cash $600. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31jan.
I from $500.00 up. .They cost less than I Apply to A. M;. MeM lla Court House.S .
-;a'.4' I LOST-Buiich threa ke>s, Jan. 10th. WANTED.-Boy about sixteen to horses to keep up They can be run I newspapers at five cents a bundle

WANTED-. .--First-class- registered ., Reward for. return to Journal office.I i learn glazing Apply Saunders.Mill in sand or anywhere a horse can go. laug FOR RENTFOR at this office. They are all clean

,!iruggist and pharmacist wants pos'ioa : 27janlw- Co., 29 East: Garden. ISjatt Leslie E. Brooks. ron' SALE.,OR .RENT-New, modern, and nice.FURNISHED.

! IB West Florida permanent or'STOLEN from E. G. Quma's resi-.1 : two-story.six-room house. East Hill,;
S'ALE-Ono fine
" Any intelligent person maya earn a FOR display case;; RE T.-EI? ant !- tor)- 8-room ROOMS-Fine location.
mporar Address F. Z., care Jour1 1 denc. ('ornr Bajlen and Gregory :good income corresponding ..frewsp'lpers 21 feet long. S feet high and 3 feet near cars. A. C. Btnkley. sjan I I cotta at 318 West Belmont St..Apply .! Splendid view of bay. 414 South

lIii._::3jan.I a Tribune blcjcl*, Liberal reward for : ; no canvassing; experience wide. Suitable for almost any kind I FOR.,SALE.-Nice. clean newspapers to Walter Jnp-aham Star Alcaniz. Dec.29.WANTED ..
i! its return. No questions asked. Send for art1cu. business. Apply to E. I
unnecessary. of L. Reese I dry.
:SECOND HAND GIRTHING WANTED for sal*. Only 5e a bundle. They :
24Janl, lars. Northern Press Syndicate, 5 Jan. Laun'l .-A fsw! boarders private
-Hijhest price paid for gent's j : Y. : make ood wrapping paper and are I FOR RENT. family! nicely furnished with
__ _- LockporL N. 5ntii6roo$ -Elegant two\ story : rooms,
" lotbing Also ,II RECEIVED-Larlo shipment of r just the thing to put under matting.
&? second hand H I : room in new Star Laundry building use of bath and telephone. Convenient .'
!)Mds0 :3>> E. imported Olive Oil. Retail. by pint
Intendencia. Educational WANTED 00 laborers, wages $1.50 gallqa or larger Quantity. G Mprasso FOR SALE.-10 room house corner'I I E. Garden street Apply Walker In-| to railroad shops and on car line.'

JOB PRINTING of all kinds wanted). per day. Apply factory of Gou'ding &: Co, ship chandlers aatf grocers 701 L lot. 3. blocks from Palafox. lot 96x:' graham. Star Laundry., 22dec., Apply 401 E: Gregory.UNTURNISI1EDLarZe. 3Janhn
t by-> toe Majes Printing Co. 24 W.Government. MUSlC.-\ftpr'.the\ '"Holidays"' I will Fertilizer Co South Palafox. 4 ct 19: 'on car line- For particulars inquiry [
181. accept a Ihnttsd! number of pupilson <> of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan I' A. R. BING'HAM hal storage room for I front room
"U: of work. Phone Only the the following instruments: Violin: fij:: I FOR SALE,-Only 4 young Boar pigj I iiiiI'ILLS.Just: i rent, suitable for furniture 'or other fronting to south and west. Good
Idee Cello! Clarinet and all brass instruments Safes! Safes! S sired by Duke ox: Florida 68923 out received L goods, 104 and '10$ South--Tarragona ; light and central location. Apply .12
: of Orphan Lee of Baltimore. :53.600 Compound Cathartic. For 630 St. 85 *
WAXTEfl..IJaulIng and transfer exctpt slide trombone. "Will 58544 St. Phone 30nov N. Palafox or phone 2jtolm
ork. Ofilce phone 363 residence' teach at pupils residences Music furnished Diebold i All uaranteed with registrations and i sale at Tha Alligator and West End I -
; Buy Safes! I \ I FOR SALE OR RENT.-:-Two lighters;
hot.* 390. Acosta & White 22'28 N. for all occasions: band or or.I I pedegrees. Carl Setterllnd, Chipley, Saloons S ISnovlm, I. one with capacity for 75; thouSand! It. BAY HOTEL.-Qpen night and day.

Tarragona St 25mar.CANTED. chestra. Plasa leave orders at the Scarritt Moreno : Fla. 26nov., FOR SALE-One No.; 3 A Eastmans i 1 1I lumber; the other thirty'thousand ca. Europ'. n plan. Rooms light and

Clutter Music House ,. or at mv: P'I"'J| ; FOR SALE--Nice, clean old : folding pocket koaak; a bargain Apply "-i i padt)". Rates reasonable. ,Telephone. clean.' Transient trade solicited.
: .-Everybody to take dinner' mancnt a dress: Navy Yard. P nsa. pers at bYe cents bundle I to. E L. Reese 124 S Palafox I lor write J. A. Chaffin t Co., }Milton 575579 S. Palafox Jas. S. Nlcolau.

It t the Southern HoteL! 9dcc., ,cola, Fla.! P F. Eblers, Bandmaster i Agent. S I. fice. newspa.1 I street 5JanSonie I I JFla I Sldeclm Prop.

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We Sell all Kinds of Real Estate, Nice Houses for 'Rent. S HOMES FOR ALL. i

If you are looking for a home or a place to loctae in business, lookO'r
Real Estate! mvstments carefully: made not.only bring current Interest 5' this!; S3room

hut are tonstrfutly Increasing In value. and bali Cottage in,T>ttr,en addition. Little Bayou, beautiful

: ; 715, N. B ylen street. 8 rooms. 2 sory. every moderh conv ni ncf $37.50 location .. .\ 1,, ... .., .... ..$'500
123: ft on South' side of. DeSoto by 130 ft -on to* West; side of Corner Bajlen' and DfSoto, 2 story, bath 8 rooms ... .. .< ... ,*..$35.00 A two story residence on North Baylen street between Cervantes S

Keus .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .t .fr. .. .. .$2125 Seveial; Louses on 'Bay Shorn and Bayou. from $1000 to $3000.. furnished and Gadsden lot 70' by' 125'ft: { .$5000.00

and I1nfilrnlib.! ,. SS 222 N, b'prin :.stor) 7-room aouge, large: lot, excellent neighborhood. I
One-fourth block In New: City betncen5tbaDd :16th avenues SUE. Rom na, G rooms..i ., .. .. .... .. .. .,.......$16.00 S ., .- -.. .$2500.00
321 West Intendencia street... ..... ..........,.... .. .. ..,.$ 8.65 4
B lots pn car ,lino.. .. .. :._.. ... .... .t ...-.. ,,;.. i.. .... ... .* 875.00 5 rooms and hall lot 50 ft,%front on Bay: between Clubbs and
*.. 1017 N Davis 4 rooms an j bath..A. ... ... .,... .... .,....$10.00 .$ 200.00
I "t. .' 409 E. Zarragossa, C rooms.. ,... .... ... .. ..i. ,,$12.00 Olivia. St.' /. %
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.. ..$250000 "
12i:!:' West ;. ..
feet bMSOi/e; deepen Srong.. ., .t ; W. Gov An' ideal suburbian.home 6.j.oQm hall windmill fruit trees and half
SOS, rnmnt) street. S rooms! ;, .... ,... :... .., $10.00
18th $75000 '50(5(; N 9th Avenue, S.rooms.-.. eo .. ... ...*.... . ,? *.$17.S0 block ground corner 16th. street and Jth avenue.. .. .. .. .,, .$3000.000
One-fourth block south front.; corner 15tn,street and avenue W;>rrouse. ,cor.ner' Government and Tarragona. streets, possession: < 144 ft. by 192 ft deep on East Garden street, between Tarragonaand

?st.'cor er '. .'_ ..siven' het..cen 1st "and, 15th Kebruarj..<, >...... .. .. ...........',\L....,,$ 25.00.. Palafox:: streets ,v .-.-.. .. ....i.$14400.00 ,
U lots in block 9C \V-est King tract, on .rllrie, pO'tb, !: "
:c ( k Soiaq ulcaffices :'op Palafjx street.. -'. S 40 ft. front on East Intendencla, near Palafox -et (improved) $5000.00No.
Garden and J streets. n, .. .. .. ..;;_ .*-,.i."f.-? : ." .. .. ..' ;,,*550 -. THE S : 1019 G. St.. S. oom*..and.ball and outhouses; 6 lots go with
TO LANDLORD: $1000.00 S
Northwest H -of Block 189./\ >st King. !tract ., ,., .. .. .. .. $125 house_ Lot: a 35 bargain ft. front at.on Zarrag!a,St.' south of'wiuar?. ..'. .'. .$3500.00

\ IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH$ YOUR RENT RETURNS GIVE S S i 'Lot 84>* ft. front on Bajlen SU 86% ft. deep 'between ,Romana

North i/t Block 106 and 113 on North Palafox street. :30: lois. ...$2200 US A TRIAL: YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE RESUlTS.Ret an4 Intendencia SU. .. ,* .. ..6500.00 /
..' Lot on South side E.;.Romana SU 40x170 next to Bass & Co. .$4000.00
10 lots in Block 134, Wet King! Tract, SB ccrnei of Duval and Collecting Is 'Our" :' MONEY at the lowest market rates of interest on improved or vacant

O street .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .; .; .. .., i... .... .. .. .. .$300 Specialty. I city real estate : i i.I :



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MARDI GRAS CARNIVAL, '. Pensacola, Florida


J February '26th and 27th, 1906 ,

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Reduced rates on all railroads and steamboats. Come and enjoy yourself-, See the arrival. of



from his past year's retirement in Mystic Realms. :See: the grand .military. parade.? Hear

:the ,music of the bands..

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_ OUTWITTED THE: 'BOERS. I McMillan Bros. Co. j- -
, SHIPPING NEWS Rbodra .' Clever Scheme 4o Avoid'Glr- ji LULLQT8J'1c7
CLAIMS OFSUPERIORITY ls;;' the Enemy Information.Lord LOOK AFTER VPUR'J .
Harris!, storyof PRESS
how Colonel frank 'Rhodes"'outwitt !' LIFE INSURANCE. PREMIUMS PRZPAID ,
Arrived. l the Boors. the relief I -
concerns of
with the interest would the taxes 'rent for
same :you < or
KinJswood Nor ss,. Olsen, 1210, Ha ::
Mafekiug. As it
Colonel, Mahpn approached -,
:your home,. which would mean its forfeiture? I t left. un tITs
are easily made but the: vana. Mafoking from the :south "t
Cleared. paid. .
Colonel Pluinor
was _approaching It -- roo .J- J; "
proof of the pudding is in BaufT"'; Ital bk, Marchese, 8S8,'
from the north and Colonel ;Manon.reeelred MOBILEALABAMA.MADKETS. i WIDOWS AND
for Pa sander, with 537,000 a ft lumber EQUITABLE POLICIES! ,PROTECTS ORPHANS. := fis
the eating of It. When It 79,192pickets., 703; bbls. robin. i I the following qqe tions from
Colonel Plumec by heliograph: FJrst- Insurance, .Gcn'lPensacola Ats t $ 00 $450s
comes to VESSELS IK GRT. 1 What is your strength?' Sec nd,:-How j' Knowles Bros: 9 s
m'any jj'I Fire,. Life. . : guns have you? "Tl lrd-Ho _are

CLOTHESGOODNESS Auguste, Aust ss. Hreglich, 1777.Xtw you off for stores and provisions! j I -- I.
Co. Colonel Mahon would not allow any
Orleans to Gulf Transit Naval Stores.
Gamma, Dutch as. Teensama, 1335. : answer to be sent for. fear of the Boer Savannah, Ga.. Jan: 27-The naval -- '
West Hartlepool to order. I trappIng it on the way until Colonel 1 stores market closed today as.follows: ;:: ;: fa!

Helsinberg. Swed ss, Sciel, 1423, Frank Rhodes suggested the following WW. .. .. .. .... .. ....6 15WG 11 PE> &'&OOLAWOrkS'and :: a -'

we'll put *our Hart, Huera. rt'pllf'8"whlch\ approvedThe keyIs .. .. ... .. ,.,' .. ........6 10

I Schaffer &. Marx .All-Wool Kirkswood, Dr ss! Larson, 2093: ,Lon attached in, brackets:. ,>at'al'and N..' .. .. .. ..w:...... Iron' Supply Co. W .
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1 don. military multiplied by ten. (The number M .; ..,.. .535 I'
Tailored Clothes for Men Nyassa Br 58, Baker 1786, Vera] of the Navy and Military club In' K .. .. ... .:" .. ff '.. .. .s07 Manufacturers and Repairers ?

., against the whole l: field Cruz to F. O. Howe &Company. Piccadilly is S> 1 I. '. .. .'. ... ..,... .. ..4 37% MACHINERY AND BOILERS 7 CHAS.BLUM&CO
i Wall stake our more thana Secunda, Br ss, Donnelson 1309, 4. multiplied by ten approximated H.. .' .. .. .., .. '.. ... .. .. ...3. 85 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.
Tenereitfe to The W. S. Keyser Co.Tsrtia their strength of 1,000.] A. !. 0.. .. ... .. .....:.' .. .. .. ... ...3 624! MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 5 JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
quarter of a century'sreputation many as there are boys !In the Ward STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A ,SPECIALTY
Gar ss, Martinson..1396, Las F.3; 67% _
on them-and Palmes. i r' family. [Lord Dudley and. .. his broth, E.. ... .. .. ._ .. .. .. .. ..3 57% i,I. Prompt attention given to all orders: day or aifaL Agent ? ------ -- h.

they've never failed us. Queen Christina, Br ss, BraKe, 2804, ers..] D.. .. .. .. .. ... ..... .. .. ,..3 47% for James McK: v & Co.'s ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also f LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

I "Your money back' is Hamburg; to older 1 I Colonel Mabon protested as regardsthis C .. .. ... .. .. %:: .. .. .. ..3 45 Chains of all descriptions. n
rt.M Venus, Br .ss, Edmunds, 2017, West that there would be no one who .,.......,...-. Office P one, 123. PHil. WITTMAN! Mgr. 2:
the guarantee that'll satIsfy Hartlepool. t t I would know but Colonel Rhodes assured Spirits Turpentine 65% cents. tt Residence P*+one 1029. P. O. Box 123. if NOTICE' OF INCORPORATION.
you. $112.50 to Vivina. Span ss, Bustinza, 1&83! Liverpool him that'Colonel Weston Jarvis 'r't&x$ ttMzxssxsxxamv Notice' is hereby given that on th!

522.CO. Raincoat, $12 to to Gulf Transit Co. who was with Colonel 1 Plainer, would Quotations Not Received. .-- rl' __ 1st day of March, 1906. the, ur.dar'
signed will apply to the Honorable X
,i $.8. Chips. be sure to. Officer commanding Ninth Owing. to wire trouble' the Chicago ............... ........ ........................ B: Broward, Governor of the State of

, l Avon, Ital ship Avegno 160 Genoato lancers. Colonel Little, known as"Small" grain market'and J New York stock' Florida, at Tal1ahassea, for a charter
Rosasco Bros. Little] market reports were not received Saturday i
Ii !incorporating! thm ani their! assncialzs
Casanova, Ital bk, Avegno, 1069, The answers were received and correctly AUSLEY & COMPANY | under the articles of ths as\-
Genoa.. decoded. i I elation 'immediately following;
Elvira. Port ship, Rodriques, 1488, Pensacola Cotton Market.C. ., ,
; 1. Wa,
White Store the undersigned, do hereby
John Lisbon to order<< : Gunter Elmore,' F.. O. B. cotton .
h The Alexandrite.: associate ourselves 'and become in
Ruby Nor ship; Erikson 1333 London broker! gives the:following Quotations
", Specialist In Men' Wear to Southern States Lumber Co. Don't think that your knowledge of for January 27: 01< ,', I. (COMMISSION; BROKERS > : f corporate under the fame and !tyl'

205-207 6ariw. wonder gems Is complete till you have Good Middling .. .;. eo .. eo eo 11% j of 'THE P SAOOLA CEMENT
S. Palafox Street. seen an...'alexandrite," green by day Strict Middling. .. .. .. .. ..11? t+ : STONE COMPANY, with it? place of
Adele Swed bk, 596, Havana fnA
Phone 225. Janse. and red by night. And such a green0118 Middling _'. ..-\". .. ... .....:lie ,I'I'J J I WESTJNTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOhAt t business at Pensacola. Flab -
t Nor bk. Melson.
Armenia, 1168.
5k with : The general! nature of the bUS
1,. bronze a potent suggestionthat StrictLow: Middling.r10a; :
Treen to McKenzie Oerting & Co. red is there. Green when h Low ... .. ... ..' ness to be transacted shall be the
Bauffahire, Ital .bk, Marchese, 888;' : Middling. .. : '.a0ae Private \ s.N. Y.N.O' and buying. selling and manufacturing of
Genoa to master .' the bunlight In a darkened room with u il [ Chicago. 1
I I : cement and its manufactured produce
Due Cnigini, Ital bk, Olivari, 1258,' artificial light a ruby where the emerald The Timber MarketThe
: ruling prices on" timber during and all materials necetsay to be U5 '>
Genoa to order. was a moment before-a tawny
I .. the past week have been from 26 to',' f COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROyiSIONSandBONDS I in such manufacture; and the buying
I Edna M. Smitu, pr, bk, Rice, 736, wino reel of r t. f n_
Morris Dannheisser;Leith to order. 27 12 cents on averages above thirty -' and :selling of other builders' supplies

S Heratle L. Baker, Hohr, 720, Sugua, feet and 22 to 23 cents on aver-i i and materials: the owning, using rent
t (Formerly of Dannhelsser Bros) la Grande. ages above thirty feet Prices ace}I#:i Bought and.Sold on Margin or for lovestmnt.i J Ing. buying, selling and mortgaging J f

Pure Old Rye and 'Bourbon Fine Kill ena, Dan, 'bk. Pedersen. 765, A Fair ChanceIs stiffening on all classes of timber and I real estate and personal property and
Wines. Beer and Tobacco. Bahai. shorts, which showed a weakness two: the doing of any and all things iw
i Reference First National and Banks.
: Peoples 11.73NN
t Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty Numberg Nor bk. Birkson, 1107, weeks since have an upward tendency Phone I essary or convenient for the farrviai
; The sales during the week were small I out th9 of the said bu ineiJ
Chiistiansand 'to A. Zelius. ...
all we ask in order to demonstrate ..NN/NeNN.NNNNNN...NNNNNiNNN4
i W. Zarragossa Street, due to the fact that but little was t 3. The amount of the capital stock
Paolino, Ital bK, Lairaqua. 1286, the wonderful merit of Host otter's : I 'J
; PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. Rotterdam Rosasco' Bros. Stomach Bitters in cases of Stomach placed on, and that was ..........-...-....-.-..-.--.-.-...........-. NNNNINNr i is fixed at tn thousand dollars d.,
I I Providenza, Ital bk, Olrese, 1185 Liver or Bowel disorders., You'll be taken readily. About 1,000 pieces of i. i I vided Into one .hundred shares of tH<
RING C. L. IVteVOY'I Tonio! Ital bk. Tonino. 1032. Genoa. agreeably surprised and wonder why railroad timber constituted the sales.) par value' of one hundred dollars each
i i Genoa to master. suffered There Is no timber at Ferry Pass ont The Court to b, paid for in cash;
:lou so long when, the medicine : Supreme !
Phone M7. Take advantage of Melts being the market, and in fact little in I
4. The'saId
X heap. Western meats a nixdairy.elivored I Pruao, Ital bk. Gibelll. 1212. A> t- to cure you was within reach. corporation 5ha 1 exit
n to any part of the dty. .1 \verp, to order.. sight. The output is not sufficient to t 2 for a term of ninety-niae years.
Soars ,da Costa, Port bk. Marnato, supply the demand, and consequentlythe The wife is the supreme court of the happy household Her decd-lf I 5. The business of the company
6O.f. Rio' Janerto to H. Baars & Co. HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH market has an upward lena'ency. 'sion Is final. Her judgment is faultless. She weighs merit and find shall bs conducted by a board of (three
AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS in accordance with it.
Thomas, Ital bk, Lano 803. Naples directors, and a president, ice-presi
r ; Under operor mangemtntexceptional Venadis, Nor bk, Petersen Maran- BITTERSis Liverpool! :Cotton Market. : dent >
i general: and
adTantaftea Fall Tours Around the World. THE POPULAR manager s"crntaF>
Annual Oriental' Craiae in iebruary. fro- han to order. Close treasurer. The directors hal!' t 0'>
gram 2T.Free Schooners. the only medicine :you need to cure Jw.-Feb........:....... ............_......5,09Feb. to have her sit its .T elected at th she!
FRANK: C.CLARK 96 Bway, New York I Poor Appetite Flatulency, .Heartburn, .-Mar........ ......;.'...........,......500 *I of on case-to hand down an opinion as to the merits ? annual meeting of < i
Calumet, Am sch Guptol, 1094 Baltimore this establishment. The popular! grocer's: :' pure. fresh foods policy] : company to be held on the first Vo>
Indigestion, Dyspepsia Chills, Colds ;Hal'-Apl'l1....;....,.?...'-...;.-...........802: ,
to order. ,I I Grippe, Costiveness or Billlousness. .,. AprilMy..... ......-.. .........,.",....a.05 appeals .to her, its prompt delivery'and' its push and progress keeps day in January of each :year aaJ e""f';.
i William H. Yerkes, Am sch Wade.' May-June......?! ?,.>,?.;...........;..:....(LOT I t her in touch with all the new creations of the food makers. For .year 1 after: the granting l ltrrs pa'I
1211, Norfolk, 1-- - -- -, .. June-July...,:..............:6.ed I. these reasons the Pensacola woman has decreed there ,is no food : I lent; the;remaining officers Jo be e!ectei .
I I i I July-August ...:.............:............. 603I ,: store quite so good as that of the popular grocer. I : by th! directors at a meeting heed
F I ,I AoKmat-Septerabrr .......................:. Immediately after adjournment of the!
Sir Knights, Attention! September-October .......:..,. *.;...:,.... I 14. W Garden The Popular :"[stockholders meeting. Until those
UNDERWEARFOR I., Special conclave of Coer de Lion ,! October-November ,............... ....... i Phone LA'Z JACOBY j, elected at the first election! sha'l! pe
II Commandery No.1, Jvnights Templar j November-December ;.'i*.....,........ .? f 183 Grocer. : qualified; C be
t I'17:30 m., Wednesday Jan. SlsLj I| ........ ............... NN w Gunter ETmor shall;
p. December-January
i fn I I'I SEEDSN I .NN...NNNON...NN...N.NN.. ...........N : president and general manager' F. HElmore.
Work the order of,the Temple inj Liverpool Spots, 0.13 :
THESEASON full uniform. Sojourning Sir Knights! I -- Jr., shall be vie preside'
are cordially, invitei : New'York Cotton Market. : *# fcTWi 1 # I j and Ludlo E'more! shall be secretary
'I HARRY GIBBS. E. C. WHICHSUCCEED i and tr: asurer-

W. HENRY NEEDHAM Rec. Jan..........-_. Open 11U High 11.13 Low 11031103-07 C'ose! i WHO MAKES YOUR CLOTHES? 'I'( 6. The said corporation' shall, aI '

I i i It i I .February.............. .....* ..... ....: I'jio time, subject ..ltileU'to a high
I i t CREW NOTICE. '! I March............11.50 11.30 1114 11.19 I amount of indebtedness or liability:
I' Neither! the captain, owners : April.... ........ ... ..... ...., ..... ..... Why not hue them built right here at home. where veu than thirty thousand dollars.
t Warm das In winter I I Hay..............11-33 1141 11.J 7 11.32 I can hue the privilege fit aon and get what you want I 7. The, names and re il?nces of'j
i make necessary light I Swedish nor consignees; of the Jane.............. ..... ...-. ..... ..... ,''j I! the subscribers and the amount ofj
h steamship Helslns': ,July............... 11 4S 'It.4$ 1 i
: Underwear, while cold, l?orb will be responsible for] August.._...........::. ... .... *..aS.11.4WI.... _.. ''i I THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY j stock, subscribed for ,by each of the
raw weather runs you into I,I Jebts ,contract by th.3 September ...... ..... .... : I subscribers Ja a3 follows
crew of said vessel. j When You Buy:j October :::::-, : : : ": C. Gunt Elmore! Penlaco'a! Fit
!. the heavier Underwearthat I J. W. SCHREIL November......... .... ..... ..... ,.... are turning out sums qwtu domes. Should jou need < suit drop in I ,
keeps the warmth of IIYER .BRAS, Master Get the Best. December............... .....- .... .... at their, place! No. 11 North P&lafox utiett. They are showing an ; \ 90 shares. |9000.00.
the body in aud jou comfortable '.' 'Consignees.CREW It's New York Spets.1170 : v elegant line of Suitings and Trouserings, and at prices that will surely ;:%! : F. II. Elmore Jr., Montgomery. AX!
the Cheapest in the End. New Orleans 8pou. 1IM. { to buy. -
f sc 5
and cozy. We I II : ; : shares. 950000.:;

have both the light and I NOTICE MISCELLANEOUS.STEAMER- '. ii E ej 1 Ludlow Elmore, Pensacola.. Fla J

#' heavy Underwear and Neither the captain own-I CAPT.' FRITZ. J. M NHN1t...N41.NNN...........NN1NN0.N..NNr 'I I shar J, $300;) .00.
: In !
| witness" nJelo
ers nor consignees of : whereof the before
the best that can be had a Landreth'sflew Rogers, master Passng<>rs and .
. .
Br. as. .
for 50 cents ,the garment .Kirkoswald. 'ilI'be |Frefghtervlce. Between Pensacolaand : \ tond! sObecrib2rskhaVo hereunto set

Others of batter quality a tracted responsible by the for crew debts of (-wharf Freeport, Ffa. At Bajlen street OutsideGas Arc Lights Make} !'i their hands "*
Wednesdays and'; Satwrdajs. I
'con'l c. GUNTER ELM ORE;
for 73:; cents and .
\"essel. ,
Tourists and others desiring I to. 'see ', .
I places of interest on ChcctawbatchieBay V *
1 WISH YOU WOULD SEE OUR S. P. SHOTTER CO." Captain., Crop and' Santa Rosa Soi1nd'sho ld Window LUDOW ELMORE

Consignees.. f make this trip. Special rates for parties I Inside : Lights Unnecessary .i l State of Florida Escambia County.
UNDERWEAR LINE. > of ten or more. For rates or, Before the subscriber' appeared C.
i r'
I other information apply'on board or. .
x 'TERSELY TOLD Just Received. Gunter Eimof and 1-ndlow
address P. O. Box 6S2, Pen-acola. ,Fla. i I
BUSINESS LOCALS. :27jan1nCARD : : ". They serve an adrsrtising! pdrmse both outside and In- I known to me to be the Indlv duals d l*

f : .. .. side. Then if the questioa of Economy. i it' one,which! interests :Ascribed: and acknowledged! that sei !
s tl iF>Y 'Y 1tIFB'B'&N.... .. .1 I < .
OF THANKS. ; you," you are invited to out'hr light : articles ofsociation a.
I McKlnztt O rtiog t; ,Co. wholesaleand i see. 'u.lJ.. $ i I execut:d-the foregoing;
I desire extend thanks to ., T
to the *
I retail ship>> cband'ers and grocers, I I members of the Mason Lodge of 'Chi. ,t.Z :. ,. question. . . . for the uses and purpJ1
H. 0 ANSON only 6n -'as.:' bous of the kind i ito .
the therein expressed.
Peosaeol# fall )Teen to alL i W. A. D'Alemberte i: era Miss., and also to ,the members seal oi:
of the Warrmgton Lodge, of Knight Z : Given under my hand and
of Pythias for their help In 'the eveent clal this 23rd day of January, A D15C6. .
i has
V.' Druggist '
C. opened Apotary
CASH CLOTHIER a o!' brother's death which
my : occurred i i
fresh 11ne'of beautiful box papers Chicria.. and who was burled Friday ; : Pensacola: Gas Company : : .
suitable:for Christmas,presents. Alsot 1 Telephoai 108. CAMPBELL
) .at :
Warrington. There
Corner Palafox and Main. papers. Passepartout picture my appreciation 2 Pub1C.!

e I crepe binding,, purses Christmas cards.etc.t t! 'S S 121 South Pilatot I ,Strat. and ROS8 heartfelt ANNA ,thanks JOHNSON_.'; -_. J Phone 148. 24 and 27'E. Garden Street. .t .My commission expires Notary Der t3va'

19dec." ;. Warrington,,.,27,+1906.t7TAr. t1NNlNNt.i.......... ... ......... .........,....;! 1907.

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