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 30, 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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Calling for Imforma- DBMOGBOTIS dROWNED I Remains of Heroic Southerner .f

tion Slipped Through Un- I THE SPEED KING Laid at Rest in National Cemetery AGED KING CHRISTIANOF ,Considerable Discussion Causedby

noticed.VIOLATION Near Washington.Thousands His Advocacy of Protective


Dean Heads
II of European owned Passed
in State'Yester4 rUE: BEST METHOD
I By Associated Press. while several thousand people cheered. '
Alleged b by y Several of Ihe Larger Ormond-Daytona, Jan. 29.-Victor He took the Times-Union thousand Away Startling Suddenness All

Demogeot of France, was 'crowned dollar trophy"by his feat. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSEVELT '
Other races of to-daj were of little Europe in Mourning.
RailwaYSrstems. "Speed King" of the 'world here this consequence compared with the two IN MOURNING' ATTENDED Discriminating Duties i Would"Help

afternoon on the Daytona sans after mile run A summary of the winners
driving his gasoline car two 'miles in follows: Thirty mile championship, CHURCH SERVICES_ -IMMENSE By Associated Press. 1 I Eighth will be proclaimed tomorrow. American Shipping.
HEPBORN'S RATE BILL WILL BE the marvellous time of 58 4-5 seconds!I American cars, won by Marriott, [ortyl Copenhagen' ; Jan. 29.-Christian, the King Christian who *was in his!
He maintained a,speed of 123 miles an horse power steamer time :3418: 23; ;', CROWD VIEWED PAGE- Ninth, the: aged Kin; of Denmark;;:,i eighty,,eighth year appeared to be in I
TAKEN UP TODAY-HOUSE PAID hour to 'make;this record. Marriott fifteen mile ,open championship won dean of the Crowned heads of Europe,i perfect aealth this morning when ha I OPPOSES SHIP SUBSIDY BILL BECAUSE .

TRIBUTE TO MEMORY OF GEN also came within a second in the two by Lancia, 110 horse power gasoline ANT AS IT MARCHED. THROUGH! i father of King George; of Greece,I held a public audience. lie showed:
mile dash, doing the'distance In 59 3.5 time' ten minutes fiat; ten mile 'open CITY-FULL MILITARY BURIAL I Queen Alexandra of Great Britain and slight indisposition after luncheon,' IT DOES NOT PROVIDE
ERAL WHEELER CHINESE seconds. Demogeot's time Is the fastest championship; won by J ancia. 110 Dowas Empress Maria and took to bed at 2:30. Just an hoar'
ever attained by an automobile. He horse power gasoline time 6:19. 35. ACCORDED. .r of Russia, gram father of.Feodorovn.t.1 I before his death which'Is attributed.

BOYCOTT CONSIDERED, IN SEN. was crowned with a laurel wreath byMiss ten mile open hantrtcap, won by Lan- kon; the seventh, of to heart dis=>as i. POSE-EXPENSE OF OPERATING .'
Mary Simralt, of'Ormond Fla., via timd 6:18 25. lated by blood, and, marriage to most.r His death has plunged 'half of the!
ATE. By Associated Press. of the European ruler, died with 11. courts' of Europe into the deepest i 33J4 PER CENT MORE THAN

Washington, Jan. 29.-Home to the startling :suddenness in Amnlirg mourning: and brought a sense of,per:
U. S. Supreme Court May Southland which he loved ,so well, palace this afternoon. sonal' toss as well as of sincere griefto FOREIGN SHIPS. '

By,,Associated Press. I they brought the body of tara' Major The accession of his succesor everyone throughout the'ldngdomi I
Washington Jan. 29.-What is coniilered General Joseph Wheeler, ,U., S. A.; retired Prince Frederick, his eldest son, who I of Denmark reaching even. the humblest '
a strike at the railroads was Rehear the Howard i. and laid it to rest ,,in .Arlington' will be known as Frederick the cottage. Special to The Journal.
bt the house today in the: adoption ofa Case I II this afternoon on a shaded'slope overlooking I' Washington. Jari. 29.-In view of the
'resolution! calling on the presidentto the Potomac river :pear the Wiaric, attitude of the democratic

furnish, information as to the ex la- By Associated Press." motion for a rehearing of the case on;! graves of ian who like hlaaiolf: ,were Negroj.Brute: Confesses party toward the protective tariff it
I ,! veterans of two wans ,: is unusual for a democratic senator to
tence of an ;alleged 'agreement in vlo- Washington, Jan. 2S -Th5 suprenta which advers decision was rend ?
lotion of the interstate commerce' court of the United States today issued bj' the supreme court January 2. and i Thousands -uncovered their heads in ? advocate the imposition of duties fur
law I between the Pennsylvania Balti a stay of mandate in the case-of asked today that 'a stay be ordered to silent tribute as the impressive caravan I to Most Atrocious Crime protective purposes and consequently
more &; Ohio. Norfolk & Western I James B. Howard, under sentenca of prevent Howard going to, the :, of mourners made its way slowly I ,, the advocacy by Senator Mallory of:
I'lo>> the grave. Not e"eD.obis native I Florida of such a course for the aiding

Chesapeake & Ohio, Northern Centraland life imprisonment in Kentucky, on tiary until the rehearing was Pnuen-I
I I state. Alabama could _have contributed socl ted'Press.. ing. will not be tried in Chattanooga. i ofthe merchant marine huconsdej'able
: Philadelphia. Baltimore & Washington the charge of complicity in the murder The effort of the order I By
Goebel execution: of imprisonment until a ua'mter day in which to bury I Although remaining, defiant, caused discussion Senator -
railroad companies. Opposl t of Governor In 1900.Iloward's the Nashville. Jan. 29-EJ Johnson a '
Intends the nation's: distinguished dead than for several days he has finally confessed Mallory is so thoroughly convinced ,
March 2.:
ton: to tha resolution did not develop attorney filing a I
I who Is to have criminally j
until: afiT it..had been .declared adopted was tills, the birthday of, the prs1dent -, negro alleged !I that he is the one who committed that the best method of up.'I
who called General Wheeler frqiu I assaulted Miss Taylor at Chattanooga the deed. He has been Identifiedas building our merchant marine Is by
the Mr. of
oj speak3r. DaUell. I r I
civil life to\the defense of the nation who has been the who committed means of a system of ulscnminatms
I last week acid negro the
Penn>Ivauia move.1 to reconsider BENE'flT BALL I m the war with Sp 'nTh whlu t 'I duties that he is willing to impose duties .3
for safe crime.Pensacola's
in jail 1 here several days l
ch was
oiii on tha table .
3 motion i i I articles the
fS SPECIAL P RATES i carnation, President HJcKmley's favorite on now on free list

unlt with d'l1h th' aid the 37 democrats republican, which votes TO BE GIVENJOE I! and in flower the church, all along was ,arwapproprlate line of march! i i. I such preference as coffee may, be rubber given, etc.then that when a .

makes it tmpossible to reconsider the : ATTORNEY CALLED: imported American bottoms. He is
tribute which the nation paid this dis
resolution without a two-thirds vote I ttnguish4'warrior and lotabl'man. SHEEHAN. PlACE confident the American people would

of iht b uS'a. ,' fOR MARDI SANTO ARRANGING EVENT i' From ten o'clock this, morning till DOWN BY SPEER sanction such a proceeding and that
The unanimous
nouce gave consentto 'the twenty three or more commercial
two o'clockthla afternoon:: while the
begin tomorrow the consideration FOR BENEFIT OF THE CARNIVAL I treaties between this and other conn
body :lay in.state I in the historic, little
of the Hepburn railraid rate bill and: trlesrcmld''be'modified or abrogated
to continue until the bill ig disposed : ASSOCIATION.' ,church upon on thousands LaFayette looked square for thousands the FOR I INTERRUPTING JUDGE BOUGHT BY for this purpose. There are many

(Jf. i tq others, however, who agree with Senator
GRASL i last ,time upon the fac Members ofbisrcavalrv '
A tnbut;* to the memory of GeneralJoo of. .. .'" WHILE DELIVERING OPINION Mallory that discriminating 'dutjr -
occupied .
eeat ofjainor ip .
: .
p'hoeler was paid today oy i T A: bairfo the bnetit uf :the CarnH; &h3-cAnrcii-during! serricand| .? ar '- ENE..GAYNOjCCASE.' : : ',: .y < ,. i afford 'thAjftt t possible! meansjf ,
; resi
amendment to cons'd'ra- JN GR : assisting-Snr-5iit>pjn : gut who think .,
under :
a bill vat Association is being! arranged by t dent and Mrs. Roosevelt, In', mourning,
to BlISS1v- thp jiropess: of changing; ',our, commercial -
non so as name one of the streetsof I Joseph Santo who proposes to :lona.t31 occupied a front 9.w.
i rearfes and the tariff
Washington >\heeler street" & N. Makes Rates of One Fare the entire proceeds outsIde of the: The service was Conducted by Rev. remodeling
I actual expenses towards the fund being : Dr. Ernest Stires.Thousands Savannah. Ga.,,Jan. 29 TheGreene- for this purpose would be too com-
plicatea and too difficult to promise
THE CHINESE BOYCOTT I raised to defray the expenses of viewed Gaynor trial was resum.e1ln the United .
the pageant as
for Round Trip Plus sucoe 8. certainly not for: many >ears 1
BY SENATE the Mardi Gras celebration.
coming it marched: tbroulh"tb!: city and across States court today with arguments They believe the other nations would
25 Cents. 'The finance committee of the association !i the'Tlv r''to Arlington; where a iwll1-! of counsel as to th'a admissibility: of Mayor Will Move, His resent such a departure where they
Washington; Jan, 29. The Chinas is in need of funds and Mr. tary burial was accorded the dead.
would have no possible ground for objecting
bovcot\ and the administration! of for.i iI Santo conceived the"ld?a of giving a documentary evidence, 'iDefen opposed Residence from the Bayouto to our following the plan
cat rep, ryes divided the attention! of: for Pensacpla's big ball for the purpose of raising funds MORGAN. AND PETTUS such evidence, .being allowed adopted by all maritime nations of a
thr senate toila)'. The Chin'tI'* question ': special:; rates which is to to assist the laudable work Ha has ANNOUNCE CANDIDACYBy and Judge Speer overruled the objections the City. subsidizing shIps.
came in i Mardi Gras celebration I the C. K., of A. hall for the
up connection with a. resolution I the 26th and 27th of February engaged -!-- in most. instances. GovTmentAtto'ney Another feature of Mr Mallory's position
bj Mr Tillman demanding: an 1 occur have on been promulgated by the occasion and the date of the event has Associated Press. "!"Crwrm. interrupting Judge I which 'Is certain to cattle widespread -
investigation by the committee on im-j i and those been set -for February 12th Selma. Ma. an 29- Letprs were Mayor Chas. H. Bliss yesterday clos- comment is his opposition to
Imgration: Mr Tillman his Louisville and Nashville I Owing to the fact that the ban it Spe>r while ,he was delivering an e1 deal the
modified I who wish to visit this city during: the > received in this city today from both a for property at the the bill because It doe not provide g
solution bj omitting the major por.' will have the aaivan: being given for the purpcsa of as- enators' Morgan and pettus announsng opinion, was called sharply to order. southeast: corner of Florida Blanca I enOUgh money for the purpose. One
non of the preamble which alleged ,' festive occasion low rate. "isting the carnival it is expected; that that tlvev: will be candidate for Tha court safd.,,"I would have 'yoj and Zarragossa streets, known as the of the most effective points against
that \\n Ting Fang, former Chinese tage The of railroad an exceptionally has made a rate of one an unusually; largo crowd: will b? prej- }h'. unite States. senate to succ* "'l| know that this' court is not in fading David Sheehan: property and expects !ship: subsidy legislation heretofore has
mnistw to the: United 'Sta:ej, had : round trip, plus 23; cents ent. lhamselves : strings of: an>body.: within the course of a very short time I always been the cry that a few Interests -
ben the lead r of the: movement and.,I I fare from for all points the on its, line, while other! I. I IX001) to occupy the residence. He will;I are trying to "rob the treasury" of
after considerable discussion the resolution -! the southern territory have' n' move from his home >at h3 Little i vast sums It 1s therefore in the nature
was remanded to th; committee -' road in similar rate which gives. 'assurance -: Bayou, which ha has occupied for a of a surprise that Senator Mai
on contingent pxpesses. made a that those who wish to come, number of jears. gory, instead of inveighing against the

to Pensacola on this occasion,., can do' Tha purchase of the place was extravagance of the present measure
cost. i made from Ceo. P. Wentworth and should emphatically contend that the
ENGINE NO. 448 so According at a very to Instructions received' the Fisher; Real Estate .Agency and subsiding offered are too small to

tlekets'em be purchasedfrom .: has been pending for several weeks.It overcome the difference between the
here these : i' is understood that the cost of operating American and.foreign
LEFT TRACKON February 21 to :27: at noon and mayor "
for return passage; until :_ with -other parties will improve the ships
nre good ,Senator Mallory was a member of
wharves and bath
of houses connected
where deposits
3, and
March Joints Commission Mrchart Marine
th on
made and,on the paymentjof with the glace' and will erect in the
tickets are and has studied the -tloa
I nn
TARRAGONA place of the bath houses I
STREET SUNDAY 50' cents an extension to March 17 present ones
I carefully; for several years. lie la the
Of the most improved order |
AFTERNOON, CAUSING MUCH can be secured, iY t tI I head of the opposition to the shipping
Mil in the senate and therefore hs!

DAMAGE.On LETTER CARRIERS NEGRO WILL I GET 'tt!t views. are of special interest at this
t tt time. In discussing this feature of the
I subject, Senator Mallory said "Five

REORGANIZELOCAL xeo'r CHA\GE! OF VENUE dollars a ton, in my Judgement, for
of the most peculiar and disa: twelve months service in running 9

roj<. wrecks to occur ,in the yards -- t ship of any size i i\! entirety too small
of the Louisville. and Nashville Railroad By Associated Press. J' an amount to m! *H the disparity which
!. took place Sunda afternoon, BRANCH'' IS AGAIN! IN EX- I t Y Baltimore. Jan. 29.After 'days of: exists between the operating expenses
*)s'n' :switch engine No. 443 not only strenuous denials, false statements, end the original cost of vessels in the
1 1':1: IIM !track, but was turned almost ISTENCE, HAVING ,RECENTLY; successively disproved by the' Toilcc", United States and vessels under
(OnlPJ", '1 1) around REORGANIZED. tiln and earnest pleadings that he be not: foreign flags I do not believe that tt
The engine drawing about thiriy BEEN taken to ;Mersey City Rufus Johnson, I ten nVOliara a ton would be sufficient to
taptv:: tots meet that disparity and put the American
cars was going north from one a negro, gave up the fight and this
j OI 'h wharves' to the! storage yards evening he confesses to-the captain: of: ship on en equal with the foreign

Gouiimg, when th" engine: Instead nsacola Branchro 321. National i iI detectives that it was be who on Jan j, ship"To
a pro 'tding; north on the main lino I Association of LettCarriers, is' nary 18, murdered lass FlorenceV.. I, illustrate his pont! the Senatoi
.*f, he : numerous switches b.twe:n IntenteEru pan'zed! recently by tilt) carriers connected Moorcstown, X J. Ho strangled her' "Jobs Francis" a Bailing vessel Ift
!! aad Romana streets The with the ,local postofflca. Officers -( tu'death. i the 'Gulf of Mexico which would, re-
II IJl't'h AP cehre under the bill $6.630: a year
the association
7 nand fndtr, howver, continue ou have been 'ected and "
I In operating under
I", number FARINE WILL. I while theexpenses
main lin?. The engine was soon aow contains a. large. WILLIE
the American fla'X would be $%,731
| fCfl'cd from the side track and afterfcn i t of members RETURN HOME SOON !
than under a foreign flap: BO the
: ? for i of the association is to greater
about fiftjrds was'sbo\'ed I Tha: object. would still be out $1.087 per
-, >ht- cars almost around,' the public with as good a ,d-
completely, serve Willie Fanne, who left the city, annum If this bill became a laThe
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ana when stopped) was ,heading Rest! livery s4rvce! as is possible, and cv rj : some months ago for London where same party, said the Senator wag Interested
sth: he running board .and front.. effort will be made tl this end, TJ*. :': if.sN ;;< > .- !'he joined nunham the famous horiiZontal ., in a steamer which be B3il1
ahIs touching the west! side of Tar. : officfkcters elected" follows : bar performer Is to retura under the Norwegian; flag because J hP<
l'3;tna street The tender and cars President-Frd. Steal us.I .;- .':::_: 1 I'home in a few days. i;i cptild pct afford to sail under the

," 'am 'd en th? track and fortunalo-: I I Vico-Prcsident, 0 Pott I way, t'j':: : .. A private }letter receives from him American flag although It plied from
| d no one was injure i! Secretary and T,- a.l.lrer"-Chas.) G. i" I{ yesterday stated that both he and Mr: Galve9ton.Tex., to Central America
The eau e of the accident Is supPo'e Van :Vatre. .:' : : rj ?,' i Dunham would start at once for this Built in England, this hip cot $90-
; "> the snitch by som on3 just as the I ; to come back to New York, will, tate 1 : if.built in America To operate her
I ngn'; was: Passing over it. DEATH OF PALMER.* : : a steamer for New Orleans) and from' inner the American flag would cost

The damage to property was consld ENGWAUD PETERSEN .. TI T- there- come to Pensacola. .He stated S100 a day, while she is operated under
trine: and although the accident oc t' ( hi his letter that he had: experienced; the Norwegian flaz at 110 a da:.
t'r'!: ed< about 4 o'clock In the art-r. Palmer Engwald Pet rsen. the nin> a most pleasant time secjng.the sights!t a difference of $10,950. Under the

Con: I. was not until K3it\y\ guu year-old son of Mrs. 'Hahs Petrsea.. of I -.: 4 : of the big city.POSTMASTERS. ; shipping bill this vessel flying our ,

da, horning! that the engine wasfaun the northwest portion of the city,I '::0. : .' NOMINATED := I flag would receive 16.000 a year subvention -
after j would, according to ,
o'clock < which
9 i
plated on the rails and takea expired Sunday night at -
to ''he shops.MCDOUGALL. I an illness of several weeks, Pneumonia -I \ BY. THE PRESIDENT I, Senator,Mallory still leave her J4.959 's

was the cause of death havIng I to thebad
POSTMASTER ben contracted several weeks I .... !lLu l) ; By Associated" Press j "I happen to know something about
-school:: l: 29, "hi"" ." continued Senator Mallory
The President
AT TALLAHASSEE, FLA. since while returning from .. Washington. Jan.
man w replaced nt the senate nomina.: 'i "Take as an frustration a steamshipof
Tha remains of th* young today: s to i itions
I think
t.-o'thousand too? I am
\\asainsjt6n. Jan. 2!;.-The senate at rest yesterday afternoon in ;; of toe following pa. mat3rg; reasonable limits 'Whea
Sit' large numberof I Charles P. Jw,.. Roseville strictly within
} a Georgia. :
tonfirme.1 of St. John's cemetery 'j
lohn McDougali as the postmaster nomination at Tal- friends and'r"313ttv ., of the family LOEB-MR. PRHkJlDENT.! I HdPK' THERJiTLL BB ROiM ENOUGH 'ORUS' TO WOK IX THE wooD-- South CarolinaJ.. B. Odom John- ,

A s.:, ', Flih hains! in attendance. I 'SHED, THIS TOOUSS \.U.1U.K.l1i' G HAS ITS-HARDSHIPS. ? ston.. (Continued on Page Fin)


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Good Will -
not afford not to read.. It is on THE SONS OF SCOTLAND IN AMERICA,
jGSct A of Scottish brains-and Scottish pluck and! Scottish achievement
and is iomance
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Five ScotsmenuereSngthe. signers of the Declaration of Independency' and of, fefcwr

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Special JournaL ; of Washington's original cabinet ?
to The members George
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plea.s tly. village is 'doing nicely and good l Scottish or Scotch-Irish blood. health and good will prevails.. of ArticlesThis
A Great Series
I Uts Bene.ficaaI1yi ; The unnatural and exceed:ngly wet
{ and gloomy weather has held back inMUNSEY'S
is the second paper in a series of race articles now appearing each month;

a 3' tr cts (rvilyas a l .xalive,. farm work, but farmers are now busy MAGAZINE. The first was on THE JEWS IN AMERICA. The third will be

hauling out fertilizer l and: the usual ,THE GERMANS IN A>>ERlCA. Then follow THE IRISH. THE ENGLISH, TH* FRENCH,

1 f : Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the stIr! among them is manifested. THE; DUTCH THE CANADIANS, THE SCANDINAVIANS, THE ITALIANS, and finally THAMERICANS

y'' .; c- well-informed, and to the healthy, because its Three: fijrcs are enjaspd in lh! !sale IN AMERICA.

r A27--z: 1 component parts are simple and wholesome of fsrLhzera. in this pace: LHdon This is a great series of articles which should! be read by every one who is of the blood
'" without disturbing the &. nr.:.... Porter Grocery Co. an.1 Join
and because it acts discussed and one of any blood at all who is enough,an American to wish to
w >-.N.1 natural functions as it is wholly free from eon &; Carpenter.; la addition several 1
r know who is who and what is what This article; on the Scots in America+ appears in
4', every objectionable quality or substance. In mjrcbants north and south! ar* getting;

: the process of manufacturing figs are used, as their supply through: this! station, al.

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'c A nal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from as th:!s station Is in the exact Munsey's Magazine

.; -'' : i= an excellent combination of plants known to geographical canter of that part .cl
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; be medicinally laxative Jackson county east: of: the Caipolarivr.
To get its beneficial effects-buy -- "

the genuine_manufactured by theifEVP Tan Cohas2t Company ,is arrant-J! For February ,

Ins for larger 'ofu ration o; their turpentine
: '_ business at this piace'In add Illustrated with 18 portraits of leading Scots .in AmericaIt ... ;

I I tion to, th l Ir plantation! and other: two 'was 'the romantic Paul' Jones a Scotchman< who founded ::our navy.' '"It: : tag a

r li1NiI AS !! large; turpentine farms Scotchman who founded Princeton University. It was a Scotchman, James Gordon

!.tl The Porter-Grocery has pjrcba! .. Bennett, who gave us our modern American journalism. And' it was Andrew Carn egie,

ed the large bui'dmg used forcrtrlj a Scotchman who first' organized our steel industry upon its present;colossal scale; and

$eh, tt'CIStO CAI.For for a' print' ;ng' office, and moved it to who, beginning his career as a messenger-boy in Pittsburg, became in a short span of life

the west fide'of Porter avenu, northof the greatest ironmaster of the world and the second richest man in the world..
'. ale >y an leadins L DaLLu ,la original packages only, beuug the fall their
present store and will improve '
ante of the CaP+a7t .
and enlarge it and use it for I The February MUNSEY is one of the finest and most finished numbers in all
, furniture. f that goes to make a hJgh-grad magazine that we have ever issued. In the dignity

,-, Perry Bros.. musical compt'sets'and :. and quality of its contents in its press-work, including color printing, and: in the excellence
: publishers of considerable nose, are, of the paper on which it is printed, there is no better magazine of the month
WEATHER STATISTICSFOR ( now conducting a class at this place
GRAND DICTATOR''I at any price-none better anywhere.
and those' who
: are capable of knowing
On all news stands 10 cents ; by the year $1.00.
that chmuaic teachers have i!
hay no ,
THE YEAR I 1905 i MUNSEY 175 Fifth Avenue New York
ever been In this community before .FRANK A. ,

I They also speakhighly! of our people,

1.. FIFJRICHTON and the interest of the c'ass. A few ,

i i 4 Interesting Figures Shown in Annual Meteorological Summary of I, years ,ago the music of Jackson coun-i .'- ( I

Records of Local Office of United States ty was furnished by the "Bevis family '. "t:' j : "" ', : ," of whom'-there was a large I : conn The atartetslttrlroha: i'
: Weather Bureau. RETURNS ;ction ,In th' { northeaster p 'part ,..or.. The ''m i 1 1fboo otv'Jean Is a C p' v 1ie tf i'-I

b"ut disk of:Drosae tSnaUy frocrslxtlDchea '
the county, !? at a musical convention -
: to eight: iflchea In diamet. It is silvered
{r $ome interesti&g figures relative to 42;; May 15,: 39; ,June' 16. 3*; July: 7. held at DHood recently. Orand on the front, which is a little con- Put up:!in U.size.packages

: local meteorological conditions during 42: August 17, 43; September 29. 41:;: Ridge singers' easily carried off the rev, and there,Is Braised pattern on

rd a the year 1805 are contained in th? October 9,"36:; November. 10, 35; December Has Completed t Tour of Whole honors and a' term or two under I'erry' the back: ;"whic l'iis; rather concave. The
Brothers will '
f Annual Summary which has recently ,31, 48. advance them, greatly pattern is land 1Eo FORil PRIDES
4 '* State for Knights of l !f ::Q- .I> 0 ,' polished generally' a *
d been finished by Local Observer Reed, The aerometer; which measures the' ; Rev 'Win '33. Covert, o? Kansas is cape.. flowers, ,animals or" Chinese

Ii I' of'the Weather ,Bureau. Some of, the velocity ,of the wind.*&has the,total Honor., r now. visiting with Judge and Mrs. Per. characters, This Is not.Ttsible In the Supt. Stores S9uthernStites LlImb" r-Coffl ffiyPENSACOLA.
figures given are as follows: movement of the, wind for the, entire tr. and it is greatly- boned that h# front of tUe/mirror( ,, tyit.wh-n! ,strong ,
4reflected from the front of
may be secured as resident pastor
t The highest temperature recorded year to have been 87750. for Tthe "Presbyterian church. the'awall or- screen the pattern FL.ORIDAREAD'THlS"ADVERTIS'EM
during the year was on August 26, Grand Dictator Tao F Wrighton, .
As the above figures show, the high, ot'the1.t1i'2k,1s visible
of Mr P. D: of Colorado, has | on screenin
i when the thermometer went to 94 est velocity' attained by wind the Knights of Honor has just returned -- -- ,
up the at
r ; from ,a 30{): das tour of the spent a weekbsre, looking over, fr! bright hcc$.on;a ibm'ck!? grp im'L Tist
degrees. was' '
Pensacola .
on December 31, when' (' ) nfr Hs and true setentige'eapdanetionof this .NT.I .
Mate, ,during which tims he visited ( ) is a goal farmer a magical
There three it (
were only days during reached 48 miles hour. ,
an every lodg; in Florida, 24 .in all I good school teacher and we could find: f l effect FeegiBHo be ttlat the design
the year when the temperature reached The total early rainfall measured EGROSE .
room for both in Jackson county. on the back aWipfrthe! convexity of the
Mr. Wnghton makes a very flattering -
a point below freezing. One 62.65 Inches, above normal
was an excess
of the condition of Miss Sarah Mck=od, of Del<'unlat{, front making it flat'aloug the lines of j
report the"Jodges ;
In Januar, 8 degrees below freezing; of 613 inches, while th? average I
t one' in February 4 below and one in yearly temperature was 0.4 d,-gre"g:: in his domain and he is, also I along teaching. our* school -and getting the pattern tieUhstbelightrefleeted; I.I :? FAMOUS
December 3 belo-. below the early normal which Is 67.7 high In Hi praise of the treatment ac i, nicely.Mrs. old'I'I riom the' front fe Mt dispersed at these
t The-rainfall during the past year inone degrees.All corded him by each one'of them. Ha j! Sarah Bradley one of the point* of the design, and they appear ,

t or two instances, record Borne surprising of the averages given are baser will at an early date give his own' and I is respected sick citizens of this vicinity I brighter on the screen.Careleaaneas.. OLD FASHIONED
quite the
now at home of her
lodge in this
city an account of his
facts. In two
r2 separate showers upon records covering the period from .
daughter; Mrs Elijah J?ter. I
' f on August 23 there was a precipitation the date of establishment of the local trip. Considerable I' i
improvements be- WHI SKIES
r ; of :2.01 inches in 74 minutes, 1.01 office of the! Weather. Dureau to Dscember lag are '
made ard six ofmy'patients
would Hie Doctor-Just think
more be if Young
An agreeable movement of ,
bowels I
the i II
Inches of which fell in the remarkabl :31. 1905.
r t I short time of 25 minutes A3 shown'in"the withoat any unpleasant ejfect is and labor was more plentifx1. 'I.1 I. recovered this week. The
produced by Chamberlain's Stomachand The Presbyterian church has a'' net Old Doctor-It's your own fault my FULL A LOGICAL APPEAL-TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.
I theco
report on same twd days, No pills Is as pleasant and positive I
1'f f {August, 2 and 3, the amount of rainfall aa'De ti itt's Little Early Risers. These Liver Tablets For sa'e! by all be brick well,foundation, and will ha\a..!>ire.,i i boy. You sptad too much time at the 4

whys. greater than at any other time (Famous Little Fills are so mild andetrect.J"e druggists. iI i painted, anti ready. for dedication i tlub. QTS. We believe XHY MAT will gna e his purchase o!
\ {during the year, showing 379 inches; that children, delicate ladles I ahoy Feruery 2:) "OLD, RYE" W'hiSke'thrOl1gh-an intelligent regard fofhis, health.'
Haven and .
I .
. heaviest son are still putting down Mean! of Sacc! I 01 We UN ow J.hatANVman is Too intelligent to bay am ,
tha next rainfall showing and weak people enjoy their cleansing I 1
r-' r, )$.24 Inches in September. effect, while strong people say they: are EAGLES MAY artesian wells and the reasonable'! Stern Father-He who sows the windreaps A FULL itation whiskey after he discovers hft h4s beea
I depth th' solid strata of rock and the "
, ? the whirlwind. Prodigal Son' 1 "tricked ThrerdsadeagainstadmlEeratedarticles; :
; I Throughout the year the, records i the best liver pills sold. Never gripe. '
1 how that there were 77 thunder' GIVE SHOWHAVE1 fine and abundant supply of water secured -1 Well, he raises th. wind' anyway.: jill QTS of food rinktaa'befen so pranourJced'&AtthQ' a ''A
I Is one of the va liable featuresof has learned ,
i buyer theiiMportanenolatpvesti utg :
I I-tormt. the greatest number 21, occurring -| First Excursion of Season, "OLDCQRN"WHISKEY ,
our town This with the oualiti THOROUGHLY before, accepting theid i ifa o( aqy
f: \ in.August, with 12 in July ant' The first excursion to the FIorid.1ChataQlt. of our soil and the perfect healthfulness LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT( I J dealer. We &tr.'soii inv sti afknT.. VQu1can't.: j
May September 111 ..
showing up at DeFuniak this year will! ENTERED INTO NEGOTIATIONS ; of the place assures a city in the Proposals will 05 received at the be too critical to smt'hs. Oui\Famoias ld'a Uoned. {"
i t, each. leave the city Saturday morning, and not dim future. Bureau of Supplies ani Accounts, I Express to Prepaid an% Whiskies are far removeihfroswthe poasitnlitf: ofcnttasm. -*. :
Some int#'TB&Ung figures on the velo-I as usual on' these occasions it is c\ TO HAVE ATTRACTION Nary Department Washington, D. point la the They are as pure a* Nature'sisgredicgta- ran
: i+city of tha wind: are also given. The pected that the-re-'III be a large crowdon until 10 o'clock C"I i oath reed make theau and T rtT AGBD by TIMB; :I11Y..are:: Stioxow i
r a, m., February 6, 1? by Son or PALATAJLE, MxDiciXALLY PtjgK. No l miebold dhould beApamsirtoa
iSiaximum In
movements the months the train. The I. & N. has madea HERE DURING MARDI GRAS. and All
; .feouocatively shown are as follows low for and Nature's war publicly opened immediately \and Van'Aieencies zresstolseu4packages.
: rate each Saturday many MIl1ge thereafter I Bank Our
to furnish at the
.. i WTaanary 25. 41, miles per hour; PebMrua7 -I persons are expected to take in the navy abaolue reliability is a houcehold ",orc!. Remit byvKxpressof ,
yard. Pennacola, Fla! $3.40
1500 feet rubber -! P.O Money order or Ezchance current la Atlanta.
8. 2i; March 29, 36; April 12, attraction. '
AtiMiorder make nenentciutemer.
The recently organized Order of' .fire has!. Applications: for proposals a

--- w ._--------" ,--' Eagles!; may give Pensacoiians an exhibition PENSACOLA PEOPLE MUST RECOGNIZE should refer to Schalule: 33*. THE R. M. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA OL
during:the Mardi ;Gras celebration : AND HEED IT. Plank proposals will bs furnishes upon

i ::: At least the officers of the application: to the navy pay,office, Penacola. .
Aerie are in correspondence with aI I } Fla. or to the Bureau. II T. 11

: company to come here- during; the festive Kidney ''la come quietlj-mjstcrtously. HARRIS, Paymaster General, U. S. N. ...
I occasion and exhibit for three or I 23Jan-30. -- --- -

i i TO DELICATE V.OMEN four da"s. But nature always warns you
I The idea of the Eagles Is to provide I I i through the urine. t Tii.r --t

an attraction two da>before the 'Open,1Ing I I Notice the kidney secretions. $25 REWARD led Sea D.iyg Fled u.lw i 'rh
of the Carnival and also for the|I See if the color is unhealthy cow
' Om \
" You will never get well and strong, bright, happy two days that it is in progress. In order -'t If there are settlings and sediment; ,1 w'd to give.: tLc' most, mi11.' it'.... ,

hearty and free from pain, until you build up your that the visitors; may be entertained -' Passages too frequent, scantypain- Th'e produetive, ration-tliit. d.' rc oak,!' ,
during the period that the Mai, ful No other .ingle Iud or mixtun of fads CD cL.1f
constitution with +
a nerve refreshing, blood-making di Gras festivities are'not in progress It's time then to use Doan's Kidney Y tile work
.0 eHcctua.lIT. Yun of prclimilw7:
.. tonic like The attraction which, it is stated, I Pills, .
I carries about 125 persons, is the erup,I To ward off Bright's disease or dia- F1ra. FuIIes t trial. were back of it Ware it wu placed oa t6. -f
tion of Mount Pelee. ana1 although : betes. r : market. It. a CODlCJil\d of rauIu bel powerful ,

nothing defin'te! has been arranged the I Doan's have done great work in Pan-\ rrs ..a coons of pro6t. TLc cow DOt fad this fad

; 1Vineof@rdUiIt here Eagles expect to bring! the attraction:; sacola ,1Pai I it kept at a 14,.. ,..:
T. Torgensen. fisherman living at| e *
108 South Florida BlancaSL, : ;
Tli* Antiquity '.f.Footb.U. I "I am enjoying better health than says r t ,d"'h's I' '. F.S.MELLEN&.CO.SOLD ONLY aYti

If it ,is not the oldest game in the have had for months, and I attribute! "- .
Makes Pale Cheeks. Pink: world football is not far from It. ButIt I It to IJ :in's Kidney Pills For more Corner Alcaniz and Gard n. Phone 334 ,

has never bees a game In winch puny than two :rears I had difficulty with A.

nations played The Greek game was my kidneys, causing me to get ,up 4 ._ ,
't It is harmless, medicinal) '
a pure tonic, made from vegetable several 'T' .r -- -" -- -- -
rigmally called phenurJa, or feinting durIng the night and
Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress, such as headache tdtPr it was called pi krruf;. epikomos, I I which was very annoying. I tried a I '
backache bowel ache dizziness, chills, scanty or profuse menstru and "lastly harpaMon, under which number of remedies but seemed to get'' Order Yours

ation. dragging down pains etc. name it came to resemble football The no re'ief! When I saw Doan's Kidney'' WARRANT for the arrest of this wo ICE COAL and WOOD
: It Is a building, strength-making medicine for women. the only Roman game was fo'In 8ntl11:1 less j j Pills advertised I was feeling dull and man.Wire 1- I
miserable ant could hardly : sheriff DeFuniak
get around SprIng! *
from the
medicine that Is certain to do you good. Try it. rough Thrre was u center' rnnner In | ,
.so I went f> Sidney Kahn's' drug, Florida $25.(O reward for the child Consumers'
Ice and
Sold by every druggest in $)l.oo': botties.! harpaston. around whom the game was 'store No, 9 South Palafox St. and secured Fisher Monrce Douglas This woman Fuel Company.
.' J fought out. O!e side was given tee a box After using; the first oneI : Florence Wood, kidnapped him from Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259
WRITE US A UTTER "YOU ARE FRIENDS ball; the other:side! those a center.' Ti t j felt a treat deal better in every way, Freeport Fla. on the night of SeptemI """'
side with'the ball stood some distance 1 and by the time I had finished the sec-i 1905.() The
ber 6th, chili Is 6
freely and frankly in strictest,Copfi.Jof mine, writes Mrs F. L. Jones, of years old: .
-- -- "
ence telling us all your symptoms and Gallatin, Tenn.: back from a line on which the center I' oni box I was cur<>d. My rest was,' fair skin. light;: hair Las upper fore- -
trwb1es. We will send free advice "For since taking Cardul I bye runner was posted, and at signal tbo | not disturbed nights and the dull, miserable -' teeth rotted off: very plump, weight 1

,: (in plain sealed envelope), how to gained JS lbs,and am In better health brat was thrown past the middle man i feeling vanished" 1 I about 50 pounds: very bright child.; GLASS
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory than for the past 9 years. 1 ten my Players could ltd held backfroiu securing For sale by all dealers. ?PrICf'- Expenses paid both wars deliveringchild SHINGLES, SASH DOORS, WINDOW ,
Dept.The Chattanooga Medioae Co., husband that Carded is worth its 'the bail in any way though the f; cents Foster Milburn Co., 9t: to DeFuniak Springs. Fla, In addition 1 I
;" Chattanooga, Term. weight In gold to all suffering ladies." Greek youths d no_rush. formation New York", sole agents for ths_ to the sits reward. ,! BUILDING' MATERIAL.

val-e ; I take States.Remember no other.' the nameDoanand> H DeFuniak Father, A. DOUGLAS of Springs the child Fla, 'I I Phone!II. tt. C. DeSILVA & CO. p

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and savages par delight in I -

taking inventoryto seeing SUFFERING: but the jn

advertise OFQUINCY i highest thought of civilization MUDDlE You will get three times as much cigar for ;

all This
is to relieve pain. can '
L your money if you pay for what you smoke
we are never
quickly be done with! HAMLIKS j instead ofwhat you,throw away. I

too busy to Was Discussed Yesterday at the Personal WIZARD OIL. | The "head": of a cigar is the only part :

Social and General Several Phases of the Matter Dis- ,that requires very much time or skill to form.' :
internal and
sell goods. r Meeting of the City Board Notes by The Journal's Special For external cussed And it's just the part that's wasted.OLD' i
by aJacksonCounty I too
action Jiafc'no ,
curative, 'Jt eqnal
of f Health.
Come in and

we Correspondent.Special $ in the entire' ...." medic!" .J. $,rorld. It Citizen. : 1

will save you The relieves the inflammation: ...- which VIRGINIA
necessity at an early date for
: to The Journ 1. is nerves The Journal Is in receipt of the following -
an irritating
your ,
emergency hospital was discussed Quincy Uan. 29.
money on.everypurchase i -Mrs. J. L. Davla- communication from a residentof
at some length yesterday at the meet son very pleasantly entertained a the circulation of the Pack-son County relative to the CHEROOTSPackage
you ing of the City Board of Health at large number of her friends at her I Court House muddle, which will be

which there were present a numberof home on Thursday afternoon with .1'! small blood! vessels,_ and, by [ read with interest throughout West 1
make. We lead guessing contest, entitled the Florida:
i members. Misses IFart).." Delicious refreshments I scientific means, gently but certainly Editor: Pensacola Journal:,' of 3 for 5 Cents

in high-grade The meeting was a regular one, and f were served at the close of the restores to Jackson County is one of the largest J
Chairman Hays, the routine 'I your ,
after entertainment
I wag one of the most de and best counties in the state. It has:
merchandise at 1 business had been transacted broughtup ; lightful of the present sociaj season. health. as enterprising intelligent citizen (A cheroot is a cigar made without:the head) ,]

the question of hospital accommodations -I The marriage of :Miss Irene Bott ship as any part of the south, and the

reasonable : stood} that for the the city it being under |' and )Ir. M. H., Wilson was solemnized! Ton can't be,sick, if you ward material and intellectual developmentof Old Virginia Cheroots are all cigar.:1: ,
present t-ospital had at the .
Methodist church in Monticello, the people is not surpassed by any.
been sold ana he did not know i i Wednesday evening: at eight o'clock.) : off. the preliminary action of Marlanna the County: seat, is one You pay for what you smoke; 5 cents for '

prices. I II whether or not It would be continuedat i I Amons those present from Quincy' of the oldest and most noted towns three of them-and not a penny for useless ,
another place. If not it would be j were Mrs. J. U McFarlin. Miss LeilaIMcFarlin. disease jcierobes, with this in the state, and within the past few "heads" i
I necessary for the city to' make some: Mrs. G. B. Massey, Miss I sears has made "'great advances ann'has t
of all medicines
I I arrangement. I Marcia May.. Mr. W. W. Wilson Mr. greatest pf I a good class of citizens, among Good tobacco, well blended-and! clean.

II I I Dr. Pierpont suggested that in the; and Mrs. Robert E. Cantey, Messrs.:: modern times. Price 50c and ]I Yo horn. however, are a few ,whose ambition A full-flavored satisfying smoke that'sworth
new city jail building two wards and I j Hugh Wilson, L. R Bostick: : and J, H. hag apparently exceeded their I
I ?TAMDARDCOTHIKS3MTHIESEnViBUILDl(: / all an operating room be provided where j I Thomas. 91.00. Fully guaranteed.For good judgement., and bought their the money in quality and quantity both. ,f
city patients could! t be cared for. i The: Empire Orchestra of Boston,I town ,and county, as now organized
The matter ,was discussed at some I, composed of twenty bales[ a\'c a'' sale and roeomnpindfld hTI into, a sad dejeaima. They properly Sold wherever" they sell'tobacco
I length,,but no action was taken except' : performance at the Empire' Theatre!I WHITE'S PHARMACY, voted upon the city bonds to build a ,

Ito, request of the council that a committee -(.Wednesday evening ,;and played to 31 Pensacola, Fla. new school house, a new town hall Three good.cigars for your 5 cents instead>' _ 11'
of three be appointed to ascertain -, packed house. The music was of a,1: Phone 180. Night Phone 446. and an cleclric lighting plant; and of one because you don't have this useless* ii''
whether or not St. Anthonj's hospital -'i popular character and judging from. then planned to build a sixty 'thousand1 "bead" to pay,for. !f
StNTYBEEt&uf could be continued after removIng -t 1 the amount of applause was much pn-] dollar court house. without taking the .."\1,
iiOOii8J S usetiotmorpblae. from the present, httn.I'n \joyed by all present. This orcheidraplayed : I I "dear people" Into consideration. it-
PAINLESS opium, 'Uodanam. The committee upon uniforms for I for two weeks at the Pure,I Brosnaham ,, Some of the humble but no less patriotic
ealneor1ltlsker.a I I sanitary inspectors reported: that it Food Exhibition in, Jacksonville andreturned Makers Machinists. citizens and tax payers remonstrated 1'
O ,Urge book of particulars I i had selected a uniform of blue somewhat -; home on Thursday, having 1 but were unmercifully i'1'
P I U M I on home orern" similar to that worn by the police and Founders. ; f.
visited no other town in the state except Squelched, and the new court house
sanatorium and wMh: a hat the lettersS. Steamship and Mill Supplies. !
ment. AdreuDr. I:' circled bearing Quincy. I: Q AND B. M. WOOLLEY, by a gold wreath. The mass meeting of citizens of| Residence Phone 9'33 Feniacots.: KloncU now so fully demolished that "not one
Whisker Cure Atlanta 10.N.,Prrorbt.Georgia.TERSELY The uniforming of the sanitary in- Quincy. for 'the 'purpose of noninating' All Work has ,Our Personal Attention.Amusements stone is left'upon another," consider I :i

inspectors- goes into eflect on April 1.'W'henall city officers for'the ensuing year, was,i .. able supplies >are on the ground for'' '- -- .- .-.44riI k
-- ,- will 'be required to have the htld at the court house on Wednesday ] the new structure and at this late day! ..
--- --- --- '
rqgulation uniform. << evening. H.A. Love was nominated "'."- H"' i tbe tax payers and legal ,voters aret -- -- : '
TOLD for Mayor, Scott: Gregory for Ii I I asked to meet at their several polling
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Marshall 'lIlge Thomson for Tax Assessor I places on the 27th' toy of Februaryand

Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine and Dr. Lamar for Clerk and:i I. authorizethe issue 'of sixty thou,
I Tablets. Druggists refund money if it Treasurer. Two new members were I sand dollars in'bonds to complete Jthe
of Fla
U. Barrineau Quintette : ,
., the visitors to Pen- fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa-. .elected to the town council; Max work. fG GORDON& BROWN I IHARDWARE It
f i *
t:i among: many
1 1I
.cola ycsfrday.Tho ture is on each box. 25c. Wedeles and R H. Buford; A. T. The question now arises: Did the
Hearin and W. W. Wilson were reelected -I county boardrand their advisor know:
of the lumber MAYOR BLISS MISSEDHIS and W. M. Corry and (1;., D.t \ "The Triumph of Betty." J they were.doing an unlawfulact, with,
oarga: Waul one WiJI the public forever. the
HRST MEETING) Monroe were held over. tolerate out calling the 'people: to vote upon
on the Une between 1
cairers i W. Jesse Wood who, tor the past risque French fads: an-i nerve racking the question at the right time and
and MHIvill3 Is now undergoing Major Bliss ,yesterday missed his,; several years, ,has been an employee I melodramas:seven times'week or do when the old count house was torn' .t,
r pairs at Palafox street wharf. firft meeting of any of the city boardsor |lof the government in the tobacco' they clean wholesome and pure away,compel!, us to rote the bonds, or COMPANYEVERYTHING

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Kohler. of, council. Since ills installation into i, fields of Texas was a*-,.Isi.tor in the I I humor of an American comedy, is the did .they believe they were right and

Ea.': Hill!, ar* the happy parents of a.. office he has been present at. every icily on Tue :}&)". accompanied by his I II I question many playgoers and mana- now find they; were 'wrong? If the!
fine n-pound boy, who armed at meeting of the council and all boards.(I father. Mr. G. P. Wood. FrIends'ofl 1 gers have asked themselves and each former their baseness is worthy of the'
but yesterday be failed to attend the', 'Mr Wood 'will be glad. to learn ,that other. highest condemnation and if the latter II ]
their iiom Sunda night. I' '
City Board of Health, ,;" will reside at Attapulgus in the If they' want the clean-drama: then I their ignorance i Unpardonable and a':' in HARDWARE!
A much needed improvement-inthe ', The .absenpe of the mayor was' due fhe I going into th'iptdbaceo, business crowde4 houses are assured dainty'reflection upon the legal talent, of the
bbape of a ncT* picket fence is being:rto the fact that he was out on other I himself. ": Adelaide Thurston; upon he occasion, Marianna Bar. ',

built around quaint, old St. Michael business for the city, and the fact I Among the prominent lawyers, who of her forthcoming production of her I One thing certain,,,this madness will i'
remetsrj, which will greatly add to that the Board of Health was to holda i had legal business before Judge Malone new play "The Triumph' of Betty," at rend this dear old county, the people'
the looks of the place.A meeting' escaped uis memory. in this city Tuesday were W, S. the opera house to-morrow night. do not have to vote the bonds to save! BELTING, VALVES AND FITTINGS,
Jennings of Jacksonville! B. S. Liddon I Miss Thurston has found her new! damage to the county from costs or to

party of capitalists, composed of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Absolutely of Marianna. T., L. Clarke of Monti- play by \V. ,A Trema>ne, and, Irving I give the people a.court house. '

S. B. Davidge and C. S. Horton, 'ofWilKamsport : Harmless. cello and. ttorney", General' -\' Ellis of Hall,, to be, admirably suited, ,to her In the first place if the county board PIPE, NAILS, BAR IRON,
: Pa., and J. W. Flynn, of The fault of giving children medicine Tallahassee ;.] requirements and interpretation I proceeded In', an, unlawful ,way and
JI ehaa Junction Miss., reached th2! containing injurious substances, After 'a pleasant 'visit of several of the central figure inithis! most delightful did an unlawful act. they cannot bind

city yesterday on a business visit. sometimes g more disastrous than'tbe weeks in the city, 'Mr. C. B. 'Massey,t comedy has earned her a. the county; ana? if the contractor entered MASURY'S, READY-MADE RAILROAD
returned his bome'ln" I measure of credit she could not,otherwise upon his work knowing or not -
ThE smacks Maud Spurling and Car disease from which they are suffering.. Ohio last Saturday. 'Mrs: : rmantov.11.1 i have hopeai to enjoy. knowing that the Honorable Board of j '- -
mother should know that Chamberlain's
Every '
rie N. Caase of the fleet of Saundrs the children "will remain in I The comedy is rich with pure humor' Commissioners had not takenthe, lefcal' PAINTS,
L Co', sailed! yesterday for the fishIng Cough RemeJy is perfectly til March. and as ,the company engaged ,in the steps he cannot hold the county for
safe tor children to take. 4t contains 1! support of Miss Thurston is most, talented -
banks. The Clara N. LHtlefielJ Hon. tJames R Broome returned damages. And more, may not the
sailed for the banks Sunday.Dr. nothing harmful and for coughs colds home on 'Wednesday, after,a visit :of: playgoers!, : of this city will 593 anattraetio&of humble tax payers refuse- to issue FAIRBANKS SCALES,
and croup is unsurpassed.' For sale by two weeks in Southf'Jom'a. ,I ,a high or'der: of'merit and bonds and then enter suit'against the

Bojle of Bay Minette, Ala., acCompanied all druggists. Messrs. M.. Oppenheimer and Bensonham. the! patronage should- be' most gen, : County Commissioners and contractorfor

by a number of friends of the' Owl Commercial Company I erous. I II I II conspiracy in demolishing the old SUPERB STOVES AND RANGES.
spent Sunday on a nut gathering expedition T..lecrap:' OperatorsTWegrayh Sip..' arrived In this" city from ,New court house? Here are some of the,
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up the sound. They, left operators always have! personal York Monday I I i 'The Eternal City." consequences which your correspondent -

early Sunday morning on the launch signs which they place! on all m.. After a' pleasant visit of several I Hall Caine's great".play-"The Eternal -I II only suggests. ...AG ENTS... .
Pauline, returning at sundown.The Rages they send o? receive. Usually days to friends in Jacksonville Mr.j'i City" to presented here shortly The outrage put upon the tax payersby I
they use two of their initials,::or take Thomas D. Ellis returned home last has enjoyed a run of prosperity' rarelor /! not submitting it to a -vote before NEW YORK BELTING AND PACKING CO.
Concordia Club has arranged to two letters from their nal11 s. For in Friday.Mr. never' accorded to any production.! anything was done was one that no
give an entertainment at the clubrOoms stance. James' BlaJc will probably>> use Max Wedeles this' week pur-II Taken altogether it has a record that;i self-respecting citizen can, tamely sub- NEW YORK LEATHER BELTING CO.
tonight for the members' and ased the residence of Mr. Harry )fc.-! is without parallel in the history of!' nut to unrebuked. And now within j L
i "JB" his la ,many cases, bowe"er '
licir families: : which will consist of as Farlin, the price paid being $3. OO.i the American drama. No play that one week after notice calling such elec-s Orders Shipped Same Day Received
progressive euchre and dancing and I they choose their signs In peculiar :Mr. and Mrs. McFarlin expect to make I was not really and truly'.great could t'on a perfect buzz; of excitement pre-i,

hlch promises to be a most enjoj- ways. Atlanta their future home; have achieved such results,, and no one'vails. And the whole talk is of repu-
able occasion.: "'.Ve once bad a man working here Mr. E. B. Sheffer left Monday for a! who sees the play ana!! magnificent I i dialing of the whole ,action of the -
who signed 'KE because he had taken visit of a few days in Jacksonville. I production with Miss Jane Kennark!1' board by voting against the bonn, .
Thim-five prisoners were in the the Keeley cure," said a Kansas City A very delightful card party was 1. in the leading role can for a moment,I and then dividing the, countv in two *? #*?;; *% #*4*#***-g'er4' p(4- %.. % j
municipal: court yesterday morning be. chief operator. "lIe afterward went given at the Empire Club rooms ], doubt its greatness. tbs Kennark along the Chipola river. And now an
fore Judge Laney the majority of the evening of last week by by a strong company important center for each new county!
Lack to drinking and then used 'BZ, Thursday will be supported imW H I IWhy
th cas;> s'hlny-flva b ing of the usual nature. Of: deriving it from .1Jo re.; Another: fellow Messrs. W. O. Hooge and P. II.1. including, E. Bonney as Da.'I'stands ready with a bonus of ten to" MAKES YOUR CLOTHES?
cases two discharged dollars for such
were -r ''PS because be used to s\1' Thomas complimentary to Miss Flora' rid Rossi. Emmett C. King. Baron.i twenty thousand '
signed '
ce.ved: two continued and three re- i he received a poor salary.. A woman' Ilarlan of1t.: Pleasant Tenn., ana: BmelJl and R. V..:.,Ranous.! .. the Pope. i I --- not hive them built right here at home, where vou ai ",
a sentence of 30 days each. the Misses Moore, of Livingston. Ala.: 'The Eternal 1 City' win be in pen- -- -'
fines we bad here used to sign ; hue the privilege ot a try-on end get what you want! *
ffr imposed upon the remainder operator. The guests Wf.'re11':; and Mrs. G. .B. '-cola'next Saturday. IMPORPANI MEETING : can f '
amounting: to $93.00. IIK.: her Initials until one 'day her I Massey,' and 'Mfand Mrs. H. F. AN

The Pensacola beau jilted her' and married another' Sharon Mrs. F; P. May, Misses Ruby Cured His Mother of Rheumatism. I THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY
dredge boat Caucus,
*"''ch nas ben tied up at Baylsnftreet girl After that she signed 'ilL' hicu',:I Moore:'Flora Harlan Le harlan. MoejMoore'Marcia : "My mother! ,has been a sufferer for ...of,thei.BEAVERS. 5 Ware
we understood meant 'broken heart May_ Bessie! McRae,< V
10' wharf for several days owing In an eastern office: where I once work' I Messrs. R..T. LovA.. I>. Hinson.) many years from rheumatism," says "'! turning out som!"swell clothes. Should you need a suit, drop in *
hesvsa$ on the bar. took on coal It:11 I Lawrence Harley. Karl Lord. The! W H. Howard ,of Husband-, Pennsjl- at their place. No. 11 North Palafox stietu They are showing an '
hoodoo lgu.
'esterJay! morning and shortly be- ed therevns a << prizes were awarded to Mrs. J.'. P'j vania. "\t i umes she was unable toniove I-i elegant line of Suitings and Trouserings and at prices that will surely *
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fre who used thercwas
noon, I left for KQ. 'The first man while at all times walk-
th bar wher3 saa ... May, Miss Flora Harlan, and 'Miss McKae. -' at all. tempi you to buy. 2 -
will l continue her work of deep D1n; ,killed! l>y a train. the next; < tag' was' painful. I presentel her witha
tiff cianneL z cut.' crazy Imd tbe third dt11! of typhoid bottle of Chamberlain's, Pain B?!m will be held .

fever. After tLst nobody in the: Record Breaking Sales! and after. a few 'applications she I ----

Th. b-s jet-Blus Ribbon Lemon j iffice dared itfco t.e.: ..ugajoo sl mt,' \aailla. Absolutely: l pur?. Goes 'about !U being a Jonah traveled I Show that New England p-oplo know reliever sue. had ever tried, in fact,I This (Tuesday) Eveningat I new court houses. :The end Is not INi k's Buffet and S

!1I11:1' as far and gives desserts thai ever tM country, and today you'llfKj iizd the b2S!. she is never without it now and is at I jet and we fear will prove the' 6ignl; l
"RluE' Ribbon Flavor" 'ew aerators signing JvQ.' II al1' tirnesable to walk. An occasional : 7.30 O'CLOCK at cane of the words t "";bon1 the Gods
I application! (-r Pain Balm keeps first make mad." Restaurant
-=: -,- away KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL. would. destroy, they' :
--- --- -- SUGAR CAME the pain' that she was formerly trou- ; ICHABOD. I

CONSTANT bled with" For sale ball 'druggists. A full attendance is earnestly! re-- Jackson county Jan. !';., la the only place of its

OLD PEOPLLiMost ASSOCIATION qusteJ. Vind in Pensacola, intact -
W. C. JONES, Stomach Troubles and Constipation.. itis -
-- ] Stomach and Liver
IN \VLNTERIre W. K. HYER Jr., ,Secretary. Chamberlain's .
I Tablets are the best thing for stomaca
old people are great sufferers in Winter. They MEETING OF INTERSTATE..GROW- The change of ahiiuea on thV President. and constipation I have ever A Pride to
seldom free from pains or ailments of some description, because they ar j Louisville: and Nashville occurred Sun-i) v troubles .
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tot a able to wIthstand the severity of the climate, with its damp. changing I ERS IN MOBILE FEBR1/ARY' day. and much satisfaction: was 21-' I iI sold says '
: Cold weather '....... -.____,_.__. t Pottervi'le. Mich, They I are easy Pensacola.Larger
er. as their vigorous companions. the travlms public, although ti 1
.eat are younger, more coldtxttemities 7, 8 'AND 9. b pressed by to take aniilwajs' give satisfaction.I : #":
Starts the old aches and pains; they suffer with chilly sensatiops :I : th change is withn a faw, tell my customers to try,'them and If
serplessness and j.iinufi,, of 1h form*'' time of d p'1r.1! t cities ('annot'I -
poor appetite and digestion nervousness ? not satisfactory to come back and get
Other the strength and I uHf! arrival &f trains.: It's All in I I boist of"a }better '
afflictions peculiar to old age. With advancing years: mee'Ung. l ure : theIr' money, but have never had a ji.'ppel} >>
vitality of the system begin! to decline. The: heart: action is weak and irregular A of the members of the Tie chang? was n'.aij in order to complaint." for sale by: all druggists place. The service U the
: Inter-stato Sugar Cane Gro1l' rs'S50' : ;
1 the blood becomes thin and sluggish in its cIrculation. and often seine make coruection with Ui5 trains on1' I best that can be had. .
will in Mobile/
hold \ February
to nian- /; \ which now leave Flonaa- ;
the main
o14 1 for begins
blood the
taint that has lain dormant in system years 8 and 3 I., prox. \j ; LADY DEMONSTRATOR WILL
dlSI I minutes earlier than her >
stia fsw
ulcer t ton a Favor.What
5<:t Uself. A wart: or pimple becomes a troublesome sore or cause ,.The;.convention:. ,;-wiU have",repreaen.-,tofor II I Our BE AT SOL CAHN'S STORE Nick Apostle Propt'r
e.ceSll; break out, or the slight rheumatic pains felt in younger days now 6hould f tatlves, (:roiq ii iiffersnn %tats, 'wbp'will : 1 ; m

rteepless nights and hours of agony There is no reason why old age meet to,discuss important matters Chamberlain's Cough em dythe' Mrs. Leona Sutton, demonstrator of
nit be health and iree from disease if the kept pure and the system .Velati-ve to the advancement of the" ? Why, :the contrast the E. P. Durkee salad dressing. is in, .
Ro-i. and this can be done with S. S. S. It is 3 medicine that is especially sugar cane industry inter-change of'. Best Made. ; in tje: linn we launder the if ity and will be at Sol Cahn's! .
'lapted to old people, because it is made entirely' l.:1ected for their purifying, healing and building-up properties. and, ,is very : sjrup and sugar and consider the, Remedy is the, best made for colds" others. 'AVe give every day. Th, ladies are invited to call
mild and gentle in its action. 'S.: S. S. warms adoption of machinery in conjunctionwith says Mrs. Cora Walker of Portervill-" ,' detail the mostcareful- : and 'see her. t
and reinvigorates the sluggish blood so that itmoves other important matters pertaining California. There is no doubt about! 'attention.The t '..:;
with more rapidity, and Clears it: of all j to the ianstry. i Us being the best. No othr will curea Sir Knights, Attention!
S S and poisons As this rich healthy : Among the notable speakers who cold so quickly. No other is so eure Steam Special conclave) of Goer de Lion

a 0 O impurities circulates through the body every pail I i will participate are the following: a preventive of pneumonia. No other Star Comma dery No. Knights Templar
stream Hon. Uas. Wilson Secretary of Agriculture and safe to take
theapPetitedd1gestioti is so p'easant These. 7:30p.( m.. Wednesday Jan. 31st.
PURELY VEGETABLE.of the 7stem is built up, increaseS: and ; Gov, Jelks of Alabama GOT. are good reasons why It should'be preferred -' Laundry. Work in the order 'of the Temple 1n -
Improve, the heart actIon Rheumat'ii -I N B. Broward, of Florid: Gov. Blanchard to any other. Th, fact is that: full uniform. Sojourning Sir Knight FRANCES
\o (h55CS; old away. S. S. S. cure of Louisiana Dr. H. W. Wiley, 37 E .:uaraen St. Fhcn 114.
: r.:111 discomforts of age pass from ; few people are satlsflel with any other are cordially invitei
,tarli. Skin Diseases, Sores and mcers, and an troubles, arising ] Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry, end after' having once, used this remedy. Pensacola. !FI.i I HARRY GIBBS. E. C. nsusna Gut Krt Ci IUCM.MMU.AU.THE .
.. e4.: "." TIlE SWIFT SPECIFI,? CO..-AflA1T' GJ. I I many other prominent men. "7r sal.. by all Hniselsts. I r---- .." ----- }, wlHENRYPEOHAMK 11cc.

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;_ WHERE THE JOURNAL *I- merce stated.: by the department, of com d' / V i We want your trade and will give yousuch i ii

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Consume in the south. .. .:is 701.63:: that will insure
..' ; The Peasacola Journal Is on Export,)( .. ,. .:.. .. 140.792.S31:! : PmV i a. service a continuance :
: sale at the following places In Shipped to other states. .!.48T.8l9.717 ':: S
the city: ::;:: after trial order.
r ..* Bay Hotel. Total! .. .. ,....2.847,314.181It 1zIIi"9'I i get your i
.; V I, IJ Coe' Book Store. will thus be seen that seven-

Depot News Stand. igbths of the product of southern saw V :

it Gem Hotel Book Escambia.Store. ** mills is sent:to other: states and that N/H I V i

V the portion exported Is but 5 per cent. _
w I V e Southern Merchants Hotel.Hotel. ** of the total cut. The south consumes We Guarantee .Goods, Prices and Promptness. i

about 9 cent of its own lumbar,.
4 Thompson's Book Store. pr ( THEVAN'I1HAIUT V V .V 6
4 1 *. Walker's Book Store. # sends abroad 5 per: cent and other SWORN, I NOWPRO LEP4U.
states take the; remainder. about 86 PHONE2O8.S
bV V YOU A frEMB i i
HHM+H per cent. V EP, QF 2

The chief producing states are Missouri :......... ..t..t ..............
Iiu Arkansas. Texas. Louisiana.
u: Mississippi Alabama, Georgia and
Florid: The Carolinas are no longer ADVERTISEMENT'1 1MASTER'S I year, and the officers and d;rectoi:
L the Cleaning Up Now. great producers. LEGAL il shall be annually elected on that da)
Ths officers .shall be a
Over one billion feet were shipped 1 President, i
If Pensacola Is going to be In'proper SALE.
in the ten months question to four by Vice President and a Secretary enJ
sanitary condition fo tha advent of By virtue of a cecree rendered V Treasurer and such other
V : states! namely ,Illinoi*. Missouri, T>x- Honorable Francis B. Carter Judge officers t:
: 'Warm weather some extensive clean- as and Kansas. This left about a bil of the Circuit Court of Dscambia provided for in the Bj".Laws, R 4Bonifay

I las up wlj hato ba done. This Is HOn and one-quarter fejet to ba distributed County. Florida. on the Oth da- ofJanuarY' shall act as president j P.

imperative and the time to do It Is among the other states and in A. D. 1906. in the case of J. Harrison as vice president and -i E
V ; p.- the territories. O. Jennings against J. C. Van Pelt 'Bowman: as scrctarand: treasure!,
now. I 1 n'LJrfl FlorIda until] the election and qualification cl
as Sheriff of Eseambia County,
'1 It ought not to be necessary to wait "Mr. Shouts admits drawing two salaries and ex-offlcio: administrator of the officers at the first meet'ng.:
V Until disease appears before a city i!I $30,000 per annum for his services ::! estjite of Lawrence Alexander: de I f ARTICLE VI.

: puts itself in a sanitary condition to I as chairman of the Panama Ca- .I ceased and 'Maggie,'Alexander, I will Limit of Indebtedness.

fight that dls ase. Tha= time to cleanup I' nal Commission .and $12.000 as on Monday, the fifth day of March I _
presIdent This shall *
V A. D.. 1906, eell at public outcry for corporation at no cm
V V li during the cold weather season I of a railroad. Puzzle: Which cash before the county 'Court house incur an Indebtednsss or liabilitv! cxI

V and th3 tints to keep clean Is wben the one is graft? door in the city of Pensacola Florida;:.I feeding fifteen thousand ($15O O.001

t mparature gets warm r. Tho tIme I I during the logal: hours of sale the V dollars.
SCnator,11artin has the whooping .. following describe' property. to-wlt: 1
V to open ditches and drain stagnant ARTICLE VIII.
I cough. Seme of his colleagues will lin' dove., ,which ever you prefer. So V V ,. ,THE' EDITOR.. EMBROID bRED PIEC .S. Three and nine-tepths (3.9)) acres of I
pools is during cold weataer-then don ,be ashamed or mealy mouthed -' :':"-- w I -- lot one (1), section twen'y-seven ((27) Names.and Residences of the Incr.

V :t .see thAt: the pools are kept draIned have to show up'wllh' the mumps at:' about 1l. If you want an office whY We'd like to"be an editorAnd' V ; I Dew They Sbonld Be Laundered ta township one (1)). 'South, range thirty I V porators Ac.
4 V during warm weather. j least, If they want to the pro-! say-so like a an-"gltUn' an offis sit up in a, chair; Get the Be t Heoi( ((30)) west, fronting the county .road.I ,
cesslon.. i Ik, altogether another matter.-West We'd like to wie i a pencil and An embroidered piece should never In the county of ,Escambia State of: ''hC names and resld ace of th<- tncorporators
The Journal suggests to Major Bliss: V \ille Advertiser. "Then lose 'mo t ail our hair. be put in with the regular wash Let Florida. Together with the Improvements I: and the amount: of STOCK;

V V an4 the city council that a cleanmg-!l It will hardly be necessary to' call We'd, like to'jje' sarcastic"while: it be washed by itself in an enrtheu, thereon and the hereditament subscnbcd for by 'each of them are as
4 movement be begun and We talked about the men thereunto .belong follows:
up fcnforcMImmediately. ; I upon .the army and'navy to suppress I V. bowL Take fairly hot water and make 1 and appurtenanceb .
'Xho are the-l leading financiers lug in wise appertaining. Deedat Name Residence Shares Am
: Ghe this'maHer' the attention I or any .
; the congressional Insurgents. a light suds of some kind of pure soap
THE'SUICIDE OF' But should be in the pen.We'd of
S purchaser
: I R. A. Bonifaj, McDavil. Fla. 40 $4,CO:'
it deserves now. :Don't wait J V Wash quickly. If 'the linen id 6oil
'JOHN B. NIXON. *f criticise: the wealthy andWe'd SCOTT M. LOFTIN J. E Bowman, McDavSd. :Jla 10 !ton}
until is Let's see. It's some three months V rub that portion between the bands I
quarantine life
a put on and you v; preach the simple ; Master j U. Harmon. MeDavid. Fla. 10 if( .

baTe to do it. Prevent the necessity yt before Walter Wellman and Santo -I Tampa. Tribune. We'd show how to be healthy ana1" but avoid general rubbing Take'it out NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i, WITNESS WHEREOF we ':n:
r I Just how ,to treat a wife.We'd of the sods and rinse thoroughly ill! .
Dumont due to to death..bV '
: of a quarantine. Pensacola stood it are freeze .; the un.I signed intend to apply to subscribing! Incorporators. have c :
: $ tty t& save the nation by clean water. Having thoroughly washed
unto hands this 19th da of
last yearery well but two years in i the Governor of 'the.Stat of Florida ft! our >
% ; i $' The power of our arm? V V tho article, commence to dry It. the 25th day of February, A. .D.V January, A. D.. !:J06.II .
succession would be one too many. The suicide of John B. Nixon of "We'd:tell the-little orphans that V should on
f.* A wet piece 'ot.'embroide17 1906 for 'letters> patent incorporating V R. .\. BO lt'-\Y,
.! V A good deal of educational work has Henderson Ky, last week brought to They sbduld ocpie to no harm.We'd I
4 NEWS AND VIEWS : never be buig up-t dry, never be fold them, their associates and successors J. E. BOWMAN.
I been dOM in regard to sanitary mat. FROM STATE PAPERS. *:I light another:'of ,those t'Jekjl andHyde" The talk Hlndoo about to religions the: -Chink-from ed upon Itself and thrown inV a heap, into a boJy politic and corporat, under -;II J. P. HARRISON"; .

.:.t ters. People in general se., the necestity 1 careers which so frequently develop On books and art and music we never left a moment while attending tc the name of "THE BOWMIN i
in this fast something else. Lay the piece flat between MERCANTILE COMPANY. under
w for proper sanitation now a graat age. Would say just what we thank.We'd .
Nixon one of the most' two I dry towels or thick linen the following propose! charter and articles State of Florida!
deal clearer than they did a year ago Adheres to Principles.The was respect stick our nose in everything
:. cloths and roll it inside these ir of incorporation, I I County of Cscamhis
.ht- and it will be much easier to ed citizens of Pensacola. He was re- We'd "exercise our bent. up
enforce Commoner, Hon. William J. BON1FAY, Before the subscriber a notary r-b-
above 'We'd have a, lot of notions but such a way that no part of the embroidery R. A. I
rV.V the sanitary rules now than it has Brjan's paper. has entered upon its gar 'ed as a business manS reproach We'd never have a cent. V can touch any other yart of J. E. BOWMAN. lie- duly commissioned: qualified aal:

-' ever! bean before. There is no reason sixth yearandjs still adhenirg to the and his private character was -Paul Cook, in Birmingham Age- the same linen. In this shape it can: b* ,J. P. HARRISON.Articles I I acting in and fr the sad: state JBJ
V therefore why the principles it started with. Mr. Bryan frequently held up as a model forthE'r Herald. S Incorporation of county, personally appeared K *
clean-up twisted
campaign still holds the most of his followers V Trrung or danger 01 THE BOWMAN MERCANTILE CO. Bonifay, J. E. Bowman and J P 'Ha:
: cannot commence at once and be .successfully with the same devotion to his cause as men. can be lightly pounded, that the dry We. tha undersisnd. do hereby as- rison, known to me to be the tndu/
He was the manager of the big Thru Tf, tlu at: \\eatmaatr.In linen the more quukly absorb the .
L 1 : prosecuted until Pensacola manifested at the Chicago convention may sociate oUi.selvE's together' for toe purpose uals described, and acknowledg) 'd natthey
when Kress k Co store in that and, the test walk of the cloisters at moisture In this condition it should
la as clean as she ought to be. The he captures the people with his city 6? becoming a bads':: corporate under executed the foregoing Sarenient
c t. thing to do Is to do k now. cross of gold and crown of thorns.- was ever at' the forefront of all putr! Westminster abbey there are' three be left until tae silks are dry. the Jaws of the State pf Florida, for useo and purpo';2a liewa

ainesville .Sun. spirited movements looking to the]' most interesting graves-those of Lay the piece face down, upon: an the provisions ojf which! are hereby accepted. expressed. -'

a( the interests' Thomas Betterton and his wife, better Ironinjr, board well covered with I several I Given under my hand and official 1
V The United States Circuit 'Court of Stephens's Great Scheme. \"aneement. o material known as Bess; Sftunder on. and the pieces: of material Spread a clean The following articles. V of incorporation real this 19th day of Januan \. tt

:Appeals for the Third Circuit held, In Hon.. Jefferson D. Stephens candidate -of his city.Then : ever fascinating Mrs. Bracegirdle. Of white cloth over the embroidery and shall constitute and, become:: its I' 1906. ;

: the case of The Steamship Elton et for congress in this district is I came the robbery of the store all the people who lie within these hal- iron lightly the whole surface being charter upon the issuance of letters I I (Signed) J, M. HARRISON,

V aU TO. Bellew, that where a charter npw publishing a paper-the Marianna ''I of which he was manager' the attemptto lowed walls It may safely be said that I careful not to press too heavily upon patent, according: to: Jaw: .. J. f.
News. His idea is a good one, as he burn ,it, NlxoI)!! sudden disappear. I :22janoaw4w.!
: party under which a vessel was V iI Betterton' has the best claim: of all to the embroidered portions. A hot iron ARTICLE' I.
carrying can publish his own campaign thunderand ance. I
+ -L ,a cargo provided that men to run. not impose on his newspaper I Police authorities ail oter'tbe country this privilege.; No small measure of placed upon embroideries that are wet Name and Place of Business. I

IS the winches in the discharge of the friends throughout the district-Madison were engaged In a 'hunt for the praise must be accorded to this gifted will produce n steam that will injure I The nama of this corporation' : shall I Notice for publication Departmentof

t 4 to be furnished the '' New Enterprise.: '" man who had borne. such a spotless actor for the fact that he almost more the same. Do not press bard at first be "The Bowman Mercantile Company th! Interior, Land Office ai Ga:nevflle.
cargo were by I' reputation / than any one" else was responsible for but work rapidly. Should the center .#* Its general ofile! and place of. .. Fla.. Jan. 13, 1906) Notr \s

eel to the stevedore who unloaded veS-I'Joke on the Editor.A Almost! run to earth.thIs bnfortun the resuscitation of the English drama have become too dry use a dampenedcloth busmtbs *hall be McDavid Florida. !hereby gi\en that tho following nam 'I
5: under independent contract the joke too 'good to be suppress ate fellow whose life was 'a great big after the stern regime of the Puritans.Mrs. to run the Iron over, as this metb ARTICLE II., settler) has filed notice of bit iatentoa::
V ground fofrecovery by an )' any longer happened to a newspaper lie, whose prjvatci character. was ..Bracesircll was either: adopted b! 'od will leave the linen sufficiently Nature cf Business to be Transacted. to make commutation proof In &UP-
V ealtor in-well. not thousand among: the lowest of: the. tow, took his! damp for the of buainec to port of his claim, and that said proof
the stevedore against the vessel! for: a miles Betterton or placed under his care, and pressing. It also leaves The general nature
: I tan injury caused by the negligence' of from Miami the other day. He was own life. V ;. she very soon took all hearts in Lon lIne:!. fresh and holds the natural stiffnes be transacted shall be to buy sell and will be made before Clerk Cirrt:!!
Then the trutbVcapleOUtrNixon '
V sitting in his office smoking, when he don by storm. She achIeved' her greatest of same. Patcp linen, dry silk-: deal in all classes of mercandise sucli: Court, it "Pensacola. Fla. on F"brn.
furnished from had been leading double
winchman the a )
a so : ,had occasion to use his telephone. He best: In Iron and movement as groceries, dry goods, clothing 24, 1906, \lr: Marion M. Coopt't.Jf
in in quick are
Te become infat j success acting Congreves
life for
had ,
Teasel's crew would be proof that the arose, laid the cigar he was smokingon jears. : the J shoes crOckery: tad feed stuffs; to Bluff Sptn! l'. Fla, Hd :32031: fur HNEU
with of Pen. plays. Her artistic career element necessary to success.
\ I. uated a rotorioiis woman however, V
VV wlncbman was Incompetent; that a chair and took down the receiver. I buy and sell 'Hvg stock, wagons: and of SEV of Section 36 Tp 6 S'
sacola and spent! most'of his time that) was a coxlparatlvl'lyshort one, for ,
V proof of the one act of negligence Just as he lifted the receiver a friend he was away" from business in hencompany. i harness; to bur and cell cotton; to R. 32: W. lIe narass the following wr:
: stepped Into the office and started to I Mrs. Bracejirdle retired from thestage' operate cotton gin?- and coo!pres fe8. nesses ta prove his contInuous: rei"'
which caused the Injury for which the She ba(1' 'gained a completemaster The .
( in when Oldfield
fIt down in the chair. Not dudgeon Anne sail
realizing cultivation!
also to acquire, purchase and ssll!! real upon and
lit her to -
,::V unit was brought would not sustain an that the operator could hear what he : } overlIm., begged first became her dangarous rivil. She Canadian climber the Physlanttrasttbens I estate both impidvc and unimproved., lind viz: II. D. Barrow, of Cno
; allegation of incompetence and that was sa>-in?, and :just as she was aboutto i become his wife. The suffocated stifling f rI lived on In. honorab'e! retirement and ., has'received the name of MCr1elplant' 1 whfeltuate4.,. all of which linesof 'Station. Ala., R II. Barron of Co-
I breath of the vampire had ;
V wlncfeman from the ship's crew al say 'Number, please in her sweet- all his mortal nature and for 'a rag 1I | beloved by nil, high 'and low far and from its ill treatment of butterfiles. : business may be canted. on in the DOe Sfatijn. Ala., J. J. Moblej W Co-
IV cSt; tones the editor )jelled 'Look out near, until the 1748. when she It flowers in the month of August i Flori other stat*. noe Station. Ala., Perry Cooper! or
coder the control and Direction, of anIndependent I and a bone and a hank-:of hair" he had year was State of a.\cr any ,
contracting stevedore there.ou'lI 'burn jour pants! For 'sacrificed all. V V I buried here beside her old ft-iends the and the butterflies, attracted by i ARTICLE Ml. I Bluff Springs. Fla., W. 0 Robin nRsister.
.. ,bYI some reason communication between NLxon's life and its tragic ending', BettertoEsLondon! Mail the perfume, hover around it in large V 16janoav.U
V the master of the vessel was tho fellow l. him and central was cut off.-Miami: I Capital Stock. J
reads a terrible lesson to the average i numbers and push their trunks Into the
V servant hac vice of the steve- Record. j I The :Amount of capital stock snail!
pro ;
*. 'V "fast young man" Te may: n. ,* Are Weighed corollas to *ip the honey. A pair! of
workmen during the period for decide j be six tnourand {$ ,IO.OO() ) dol'ars divided : MASTER'S SALE.
dore the
Foreign Advertising. i I for a time be blind to An ingenious: instrument which demonstrates -I sensitive 'vegetable pinchers in the I'
into (60)) shares each:
V he loaned to the V of character but tht light will hes I sixty : fore: lo:Ui!
which was master jour the heart of the flower grips the delicate Bj virtue of a decree of
The editor of the Lake Butler Star 'I cb e connection that exists -1 share of the -par \a\\i9\ of one hundred
44 later and will Ca*'
turned you B.
on sooner ; Francis
or the Hon
rendered by
-. V stevedore. expresses himself in his last issue in be exposed in all 'ourmoral: uncleanness -, between dreams: and brain calculation -I proboscis and in spite of struggles to I ($100,00)) dollars to b* ,paid in. in full ter' of the circuit court ofcarnba ES-
a manner that should be very pleasing I' You cannot keep up this bublcII is known as the "tilt board." 'Along t get free! the butterfly hangs.suspended! j in merchandise add cash judg the tsu
to the business sense of the editor of I dealing long: shallow tray big enough for a until it die*. Apparently the plant has I ARTICLE IV. f count, Florida.D. on 1905. in the
Southern of December. A.
The every paper in the rtate in regard to Every man ;Tampa or say any; man to r ;lu3e upon Is balanced exactly ; nothing to gain by the death of the infect Term- of Extistence. day Rot1*
I I case of E. J. Elliott against
; Lumber Industry. getting better prices for foreign advertising. .-other city. who. ostensibly high: -toned.| upon a'ttrri blade. A subject ia as it b not carnivorous like the I The term. for; which ihe' corporation Francis Johnson 1 will on MendS),

We all feel tho need of getting I honest above reproach is in reality,! placed upon it and put to 8It"ep.wht"feupon Venus fly trap. In fact. If the-butter I r is to exut t ehal| be Il1ne1).nine ((95): ) the 5th day of February, A. V, ''"'-)f

Some Interesting figures relative to together tho better.on this We question would and the,I descending; to. the lowest depths of in-' the end containing: his feet Gen- fly were allowed to come and go itwould I years from the ,wsuancs of letters sell at pubic! auction before th courthouse
: the southern lumber Industry are contained Booner suggest iquity will!] ultimately! reap the! Nixon, tend to foster the patent. '
: that a meeting of the editors of the 1 1I erally falls. Rat eventually the subject species by assisting : doors In the city of PensaCoZEscambla :
in a recent report of the D!- state be called! in,Jacksonville as soon I fact finish-but not ''a perhaps.suicide as ,of a suicide reputation'in begins to dream and then the tray containing cross fertilization. It appears, I ARTICLE V.' I county. Florida between ta*

: partment of Commerce and Labor a as possible and see what can be.done. the sleeper's' fet retscends, the however that the "cruel plant" came Officers and Directon.I' legal hours of sale, the following a f

summary of which compiled by ihe Macclenny Stardard I Beware friendship! good opinion.' : extent to which It motes ,varying according -I: originally from Brazil, where the but.' I I' The business shall be. conducted by ,crlbed real property, situate, I lying *!*:&
Herald Is as follows *' to the vividness of the.dream.: terflies' are much stronger and extricate thE following! officers. vii;. A PresIdent being In the city of Pensacola
; The
:V Birmingham Age Wantin and Gittin'. j I Tampa Times. The explanation Js that the blood i their suckers from the trap./ We a .Secretary: and Treasurer anJ cambia county, Florida toit aa1

: The political pot begins to simmerIn Nixon a defaulting : and fugitive leaves the brain of a sleeper directlythe I I may add that another Canadian plant, I a Board nf Directors, elected by the East Half of Lot One Hundred IB-,

In the ten months endin October several counties and candidates are cashier from Pensacola,> is reported to mental activities cease, and, the the Cnlcus discolor) Is charged with tockholders annually! The following Eight in Block :No. Eighteen of

V V 81, 1905 the department of commence announcing In goof time. All right. have committtd suicide in Henderson. head as'a result becoming lighter, that cruelty. The flower has a gland whicb I named in crporato towit, R. A. Bonifav. plan of Pensacola Escambia COtfltYFlorida :'

: and labor puts the production of south- that's fair. let your friends know in I Ky. It is noticed ,that a larger proportion "end of the balance ''rises. When thesleept'r secretes a viscous liquid capable of J. Bowman and J. P. Harrison,: and fronting on GoTcrnnjenstreet. her-
era lumber at 2.847.314,181 feet a$ full time what your patroitic emotionsare of such men are committing shall constitute the' first :Board of Directors -! Together with tenements ,
dreams small qi13nt1tlcs'ot
liming Insects which are fond of o
: against a production of 1,775,18T,000 based on. And the best way to do suicide these days ,to V escape the blood it. ned conduct the business until ditaments and appurtenances thercun .
feet In the corresponding period of that is to employ the old Advertiser II meshes of the law they have violatedIt are recalled t-> the brain to supply Moreover, they seem to be stupefiedand those -lected at the first "annual ,election -belonging or in anywise appertain?.

;-V I 1904. The gain .was over a billion to make your wishes known, We can would be !good idea foe, the tempted the dreams, and the. balance is .> poisoned by it, and no reason can shall qualified. The annual meet.I I Deed at cost of the purchaser. i '

1- leac or about 60 per cent. I bellow for >.ou'like' a roaring bull calf men to think about this feature gradually changed In this way V as yet be assigned for the deadly consequence. I ing of tae stockholders shall be held on I, tillo Campbell Special Mate

V The distribution of southern lumber In grass. time, or as gently as a suck. II the case In advance. V V 0'1 j dreams may be wdjbed. the first Monday',in. Fbniar of ..each ;JaDoa1r5w.F .

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Reduced rates on ail railroads and steamboats. Come' and enj yourself.. See the arrival of


I KINO'R I 5 C US I from his past year's retirement ,in Mystic Realms :

I ,; See: the military parade. Hear the music of the bands.See .

the ,Beautiful, the Bewildering; Gorgeous PAGEANT OF ,PR1SGUS on the evening of the 27th.

1.9 1V..tA..Gl'JIPICEN"T FLOATS 19. I

See the Corop-ation.: : of the Queen !

..--Days\ of Furious, Frolicsome Fun---2 MONDAY AND 26 TUESDAFEBRUARY and 27. Y, '

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t:f '>a: ;\: Z'$ $'$ u.-. ; i1; ;.. i ."i- :' fif ::'ffl'i OPERA HOUSE. '''Oh,1 say, we've got Wall street and I 9Five F
T the Battery yet," MILLORY NEW New

*i The_Journal_.Daily Short Story ; -ONE NIGHT ONLY- sensation.'1 wa ,n't and after I've sights had It.-"just a new M ON Brunsvricke-Balke Tables I V

-- Jan. 31 The man from Pittsburg tried to
Wednesday L
P POOLPARLORS Everything Up-to-Date.
look Into her eyes. She was gatheringher
i i.e
WHEN CUPID IPIBIRCIPIBD -' skirts in her hand. The big sightseeing MERCHANTMARINE 14 Ease Government Street.J. .

r ANNUAL TOUR coach was stopping before a
f?? BY RUBY DOUGLAS granite mansion. BILLINGSLEY, Prop.No. .

'zk Copyrigllt190a:I by Ruoy Douglas. '. .. .... 1rsxsszxfsi ;> DaintyADELAIDE "And when I come to New York
ng.ln'mar:! I"-
Ii t:: "" ." ......" ...fwiisxxito24ifrjteitx<..sti& THURSTON ,"I'really-think you ought to look E I

.- Jack over-just lu ja brotherly wQ'

IN HER NEW PLAY He lives with us. Goodby." 55 03.
"On your left you fee ,the homo of I relief. I II I It
the late Cornelias Vanderbilt" bawled : Through the megaphone the manwas, "The of, I (Continued from Firs Page C.W.LAMAR.President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier. 1
the man through the megaphone as Imparting wonderful bits of Information Triumph> Betty" M. E.CLARK,Vice-President and Cashier. I.W.ANDREWS Assistant Cashier.

ti* big electric coach rolled up Fifth I about the park. He told them everything '!3y W. A. Trcmagne. and Irving L III MUS t say that her expense would amount V

rasce.lAe. they hAd known for years, .... ._ .. ... .. Hall .. ., .- 11 99EE 11 to $125, a day or $45,000 per annum THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
an awkward squad obeying things they had learned In their geographies Complete Scenic Production. cne third of which would be $15,COO
is ,
left dress" the occupants of the I, at school and things that I PRICES-$1.00, 75c, 50C. and 25c. American of operating in my. our jud-ge-ex' OF PCNSACOLA FLA.
had been told them Seats sale Monday at pense
by every one whohad on neon.
coach turned in the
sightseeing Spscia! to The Journal' ment, about 3314 per cent higher than DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
rwtion of the great red \ dl-I ever visited the city. When they t -' '---- -- Muscogee, Jan. 9-lr.. :Frank Hen what it is under' a foreign flag So
Suppressed expressions of awe ",. came to anything really Interestingthe that our American owner would haveto CAPITAL STOCK 200000. SURPLUS, $60,000.
address the; had been wanting .for derson was very ill 4ast. week but ia. ,
man: was silent saving his!
clearly depicted on their facesoeorgina j up now,able to be uP. pay. J15.COO more than the foreign'er '
intertoa.. perched on the I breath for the next world renowned days.' Mrs. M. L PrIce''wasill with la and<<:would .get oa his 2.000 ton ship DIRECTOR
end of the back seat smothered a object for inspection. I "The same, replied the man. grippe last week: t $5 a ton or 9,000 to assist in carr)"- Henry L. Covington, Frank Rclll>', F. E. Brawner,
Mis "O!!, I know a man who I* dread of his ship"
lanph and prayed that the min would I' Georgina was wondering if the Rv, H nry Koe&el and family anJ lag on the operations J. M. Pfeiffer W.S. Rosasco, C.W.Lamar,
nil relate! the story of the late er's life by the sights. The yonng man was not promise to write to him believinghe John Ball's* hqme.? Miss Ko el J has of American ships wcre'greater A. MAvery, W. H.Milton 0. E. Maura
A young man clearly impressed by $pt.'ulating'as to whether she was was a--oh, a man who said prettily been, quite ill! bqt: iconvaleae'ut.Miss than those sailing under foreign W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzIe Oerting;
polite: things to even girl and that he bags. Senator :Mallory replied that the C. 1\1. Covington M. E. Clark.
(Oeo'g'na prettiness and the natty highly entertained by the valuable information Valley Jones, of Seminole, and Alex McGowIn,
food much more
did not mean theta:: at fill' was
bawled from the horn. visited Mrs. J. D. Trammell during
fashion in "hich she: carrie her blue luxurious
Finally a negative answer to his soliloquy "Ah hat! I believe msister: ; bad the past w 2ek. thc t accommodations more Accounts of Banks Individuals,Corporations and Firms Solicited.
serge suit, swore softly to himself at if such a term could be used in con.
lie appearance of a few flakes of came to him intuitively. some lovemaking sprinkled in with her Elaine Price is -_very- ill' with cold section with anything, in the sailors Four pep cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
"You know this part is right in the educational .retpuchJig." laughed the and fever, roomier
su w ou his coat. lie was afraid tkfj friends line At any rate: thaj were
would multiply and Mve the Tory 4* center of the island. be said. man: Th9 many of Walt r White and ,more men were required in the
tracUTe young perm below with be, "Yes." Georgina was politely Inte, ,Now. bow, was Le: :going to find out are glad to know he )has recovered.Dr. engine room some times five or six .
cst<'d. her pamcl Perhaps his sister had J. D. Trammel\vai'm several more than under a foreign: flag. The
fellow "
/ women ;:passengers."Befora *
you l behold! fcentral park," "It seems truly wonderful to think spoken of her. But no, surely he would days last week. wages of seamen; masters, mates, en-
of all this greenness-It's green in sum have felt a thrill ]had; she done so. fe'neers: and others were also higher, 'V
(the guide :yelled impressed .with his know,",laughed the man noting ,. Surely he would have felt the proximIty CARPENTER, PAINFULLY' he said. For instance, the master of
own importance in imparting. such a mer you INJURED BY FALL thousand tons SYSTEMATIC SAVING IN THE
of five
his brilliant statement, "in :, pf his fate. How he loved snowstorms : a British ship
startling piece of information, OMIT ; .
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month an
New : ,and sightseeing; parties! flow. It- % i j a', HMr teceives about $123:>>.a where
"No one would ever have guessed the heart of so great a city as i Holtz, a, carpenter: suffered a American master of the same size ship
Jolly grateful he,was for three hours to
it." commented (;('or!: l1l mentally ry. York. painful injury )'esl rda.y.nhan he anda :! would. I emand $150 a month. "I had V
lag h'r'rll more closely) about her .Georgma feigned 'enlightenment.Oh kill before taking his train for Pitts- nunioer: of other: workmen fell! about a friend who was master of a 1200-ton
face The wind wars turning chilly. do you live here?" she' asked. burg He had happened along by the fifteen fet from a scaffolding; in tne American ship" continued the Senator MORNING OF LIFEMakes

One by one the women sought the I appeasing her'conscience; with the belief : Flatiron building just in time for the' Standard Clothing Co. store. who quit because he:was only getting

inner recesses of the coach until that sightseeing gave certain privIleges sightseeing; cat'h'O( suggest itself 1 asa The men were at work there FJ. $150 a. month and his. owners would
Geonnna was the only girl on top. I among fellow tourists. It was time killer. modeling! the interior when the scaffolding not give him any more. When you
secretly the man beside her admired for their mutual education that they j They had forgotten all about the man : .,suddenly' rave way beneath come to Norwegian: and Italian ships! for comfort when'"the shadowsof

her pluck> in bratjng the now fast '' were conversing i i with the megaphone them, all falling ,.te'' the floor. Mr these vessels are run'EO' cheaply that evening fall.,
"Xo-rittsburg-but I've been here : "Yon-you are visiting here?" asked Holtz vas! the only,'one who received BO comparison at all can be made. I who is in
falling; snowflakes He fancied she < haT known a- Norwegian captain get. The man improvident
slter went to school : the injuries to any extent. His head was
before. man. '
often My
must be from the west, where a snow ting only $75 'a month on a 1500-ton: will be homeless
storm is a common occurrence, deserving hack there on Fifth avenue, at Mrs.Fiuichem's. .] ."Ob, I live !in the. city!" Gaorgina painfully cut and brius d_ and after ship Jin American would not youth likely a wan-
." watched the interrogation mark plant receiving medical attention was taken derer in his old .
no notice! to his home think of acc ptIO! ;: such wages. age.
"The zoo" tailed! the man with the -Oh. not! So did I! What"' Geor.. itself ia the mans eyes., Why was -- I By cultivating the saving habit in
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nseetphone, pointing to the section of gina h Itated. She had been about to' she :jn a sightseeing: coach If she. lived To draw the fire out of a burn heal
of his sister and hero But he said not a word. NOT HEREDITARY youth, you assure yourself a com-
the park! inhabited by animals birds ask him the name r t a cut without leaving a scar or to cure
and waterfowL that-well, that* was equivalent to asking -j "I just came out for a lark" safd the boils, sores, tttcr, eczema'and all skin petence in old age.
An euprgetlc little furry of wind and his ,Even a mutual j girl.1 hate often wondered, what It Baldness Due Germ to a Living Minute and scalp diseases, use D Witr8 Witch

snow blew toe ends of Georgina'a yell sightseeing; expedition! would not excuse was like when I'te watched these ears Many people, even' unto the presentda Hazel Salve A specific for piles. Get We pay four per cent interest In our
tilled with mouthed the genuine. No remedy causes suchspedy :
that. along cpea
across the young man's face. V of grace, consider baldness due toteroditary savings department. .
relief Ask for DeWttt'athegenuine.
her hesitation and
The man.obser'ed strangers influence ;
"Ob. I beg your pardon. apologized
Georginz. with a dazzling ml1e-. "My misconstrued her meaning., Perhaps!I Was I open mouthed?" asked the Nothing is, further froni'the truth- .

Tell wants to Interfere with your sight- she did not want to know his name. man Baldncsd I is caused,by the onslaughtof
set!.Be"! "You might have known Bess," ha I "X-no." a minute organism which secretes: TVonder of the E7e.
Without directly askIng "I'm killing time till train time" itself beneath the scalp and attacks '
"[/<)n't apologize: but won't yon exchange said tactfully. just Viewed as an optical Instrument;the FIRST NATIONAL BANK
pats with me? It is not soindy her he had thrown out a lead which fce; said. the roots of the nair- causing it to human eye may well be called perfect, ,

here on the Inside," he said, rise she could follow ff she chose. J "And you'll remember me to ,your lose its life and fall out. I for It| is an apparatus contained in a
;end hand "Bess Bnrruss?" asked Georgina, unable ter'when you get .there," Georgina! : This) organism cannot be got tts' of globe less than an Inch in diameter In OF PENSACOLA. FLA.W .
proffering a steady
the free and persevering:
Than!;: you," Georglna replied mak- to suppress her delight!! at having,: suggested, with mischief in her eyes use except of Newbro's by herpicideNd which Is produced an image practically'pf
of the girl' whose, Just remind her of the girl whom >rtect. In form and color and which .
tef: the change: with a frank smile o* found! the brother { matter how badly the scalp is II KvowiES Pf>t- W.K HrCR.JnV.PrM aDd "",
I met on the touring coachT' he laugh: can be accurately adjusted almost instantly T,W, bu:! 1'and W.N ROBFRT: JUit.CuhieriDIHECTOBS
effected the Dandruff surely disappears -F. C. Brent. W. .A. Blount. H. KnowtaV. K. Bye, 'JrD ..
I ed. "She'll know definitely who you. and hair health, is restored, ., for every distance from five .O. mot. .
are," he added, with good humored when Herpicidfc is applied., 1 inches to fnnltJwhich is movable In I I

sarcasm.;; "U.stroy:; she, cause: you. remove the every direction has an area small
")Ioruingsi e park!! cried the man effect:' I enough for the detection of the most
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W7f "Isu't he a wonder?" asked Georgia, druggist/:!! and apothecary. 121 'SouthPalafox large 'enough for the appreciation ot HILTON GttEKN,FWIDUT- T.K. WKLLft.8: ,VICE.P&ZILDSar. -
Ajr/ Selected grains and perfectmake seizing! the opportunity to beg: his street, or send' lOc in stamps large objects, and which enables B.ld.3vsaxzLLOscars?, 11AIi9dtJ 1.DDtoazDtoAUr.Caiuiaa

question Detroit I tee all shades of color and to estimate I Citizens National Bank
fermentation "Perhaps he isn't lonely in his wonderfulness dltftnce-"soUdltr. and, to some extent ,

," said the man briefly.. ,.---------- --- I the consistency of objects, and yet this of J'eallcola,Flcrld ;
Georgina looked at him. "\o? Well wonderful! Instrument, perhaps tha I biro: torai.

well. I'm Georglua: Claire WintertonGeorgie Marine Grocery Co. most varied in Its capabilities of any Ceo.W wri [bt.M. RoMnion.: Morris;sear L.IItlioe T.GrMAoI L Wetlstlx ,

for short Let me impress part ef the body, is persistently mis- A ,..EN5RVBNNKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED.WOONOOOOOOOOOOOsi00NNONNON.
Q1.d the fact that at Mrs I'inib and aegiected. Is it wonder I
upon you 604 605, 603, 610 S.: Palafsx St. used any
rm's ,school we, did not learn to talk that some! day nature resents this treatment -
Phone 725.
to strange men on sightseeing coaches>>: :. and leaves the offenders in total )
:in snowstorms' but"- V. J. VIDAL, Manage and perpetual blindness" o o.t..e.e.J.'s. REESE; FwTdwtT E. W 'MENEFEB. Cashier. d
"But \\-haU' r f CART. Vice-President. *
"Well, you sec, my veil blew in'your PEOPl !
QuaKer face, and I had to apologize, and-then THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO The Ont 'I. Not Small. I THE BANK OF PENSACOLA.

-neither of"us was a bit Interested. : lathe '. ,EAT. With the exception' of the English t Director -L. J. Reeves, J. S. Reese. W. DeC. Kessler R. M. Cary ft
returns from the megaphone, and- i penny.the cent: is the largest minimum %V. A. D'Alembrte.T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hceton.t .
nell, we drifted Into the acquaintance.Didn't Just Received: unit'of money in the'cI"iUzed world. TRANSACTS A GENERAL! BANKING BUSINESS J
I we?" Halibut Quick Lunch Roughly speakjngr our cent is worth 2 I TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFUL/ SOLICITED ?

i Re :. "We did." said the man emphatically! I Halibut off kits Chunks of fancy Mackerel $1 25; per i, kopecks, 2.cents M IJcan. Chinese and %4..................**.*.*.**<..*.... .>......4...&
"And so: soon as I can get home Bess East'Indian.. :2 arts or milHemes. It Is
will write to,'you and I fancy you'J kiteft kits Salmon. $1.25 per,kit.5q I two and a half times larger than the

I like her awfully If you knew her bet t kits halibut fins.'51-5 per kit. i cent of the Netherlands or the kreutzer. I .\

Pure and stimulating.Least t ter." 53 kits of ,Cod Tongues and.Sounds ,There are 4 pies! ore,or pfennIge to the (L M.Carr. """" -111_ ,....1 01_.Masser.V .
"Oh:" Georgina: elevated! her lonely J1.25. per.kit.. cent or 5 bans centesimi 1. lepta Keller P,... '-' '- 'r Sec ,.
its I marked brows. Bloaters;,.Milkers and Roes. Herring,,r centimes or stotinkL A. centis Wholesale sad a.tall Dealer IIII
i reactive eftect, due'to i I Todpin 1 Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles,I pennta.. Jurklsh or 10 Japanese Anthracite
I "Grant's tomb!" yelled the man ;: worth 10 pares I Steam, Domestic,
German Sauer '
1k I "Any one who wishes to may :set out Pigs Feet in kits. 'J100 i rln 11 cash Chinese or 50 pares l and Blacksmith : !,
perfect aging. and t Inspect It. General Grant's 1 body Serrian.VTiat the trolley car con- 93. l
)fan wal and Lange's Fruit Cake. i Offlc.-No. .45 South Palafox street. Telephone
lies in the tomb, and that of his wife." National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25c ductors of Servia say-when tendered a Tarragona and Gonzalez streets Phones 6 and 873

..i. Worth while to get r 11 But Gearglna: and Bes"" Bttrrcss ,per pound.TYV five,cept..fare: in paras would probablynot !H Yard corner 9 .
your : brother were drifting. handle the celebrated Wends of be fit to print
I'' "And I shall certainly tell her that Coffee roasted by the Gulf City,Coffee : ----r--' -- -V V

it. 1// the youn m i11"- i Co..'IL P. Chipman Manager. --- ; '
Phone i6, Lewis Bear & Co., ,I "My cousin, Jack Clayton." .* Oaxaca,, ;?ic lb.; Gold Standard 25e The Original Laxative Cough Syrup Prompt delivery to any part of tit .
404-403 Palafas M. and 2-10 Main St., w ;'fltil I "11iI t ilr Clayton +ever says pretty Ih. Diamond Blend. 23c Ib; Golden. is KenpedY's Laxative Honey and Tar. B. ACOST4. '8. ,CO. city
k ----J Pensacola, Fla. .2 tGin" things unless he tneaus them" HOI! 20c IbStrictly It expels' all cold from the system by Office and Yard-22 to 25 N. 'Terra'Nhaieut.andlfetsJIDeaien
"Thankft. That's very goad of yon. \ fresh roasted and as gool acting 'as a cathartic! on the bowels. M gona St,. Pensacola. Fla. Phone 364
as any Coffee sold In this city. Kennedy's laxative Honey and Tar 1.
And no\\. ,as our house is'jn-rt: below Send us your orders and We nill de- certain,'safe and harmless cure for AND ICE.

De Ruyter ( Holland- ) J here nes-, would_ you ask that man to drop It ver promptly. a cold*, ,croup a.ndhoopIng cough.. COAL WOOD ,

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t and EVENt 3 3l. i I REVIVAL : 'GREE! & WATSON

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t Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who GoCome'':arid |I H iEI LARGE' AUDIENCE:SPIEGEL GREET AT CHRISTIAN EVANGELIST -, .

r Women and Here and Elsewhere i : TABZRNACLC.: : Our buyer is in New York.

Tarry & Society, gf | ": DRLJG5c [ ., ."

I r New Goods are coming in.
Th* Taber- .
f NELLIE BECK. 669. : revival! at U.e Christian
By E. .Telephone qacli Is ajrcady a su.c.m? from thC

s:: 'm \c\\ I members viw pont. Sunday two .
f _ _ I .l large audiences greeted: Spsiker Spie- T We need the room and we are going to give
I METZNER-GOLDSMITH = : I"A gel and-inan: expressed tnsnnelvesaJ
: 'w ell 'plj'asei and much helped by opportunity to buy
1JNINON IN TALLAHASSEE. J 1 The Joura/'sDaiiy Fashion Feature KEY you
OF ,
: SOLID-GOLD C.ANNOTI tfie& cervices.! Thre wrs three additions .

The marriage of Miss Blanche Metztver \ HEALTH'SflAvTEJUNFOLD.: I ,at the nlfht scrvic 3" Articles at Low
I: of Tallahassee and Mr. Char es A. '''f' 't.I 't.4< But the gold Goldsmith of New York and the reception I 'j which will ton! h :
: :: loosen many 'a crampil : :? was her more to locate a lot :
that followed was: one of the ; ., i stomach or miis'crO9 health's-ati' aad buy i Ii'; and get the forces welt

not brilliant social events' which I '.- < I will roil wldc -open .-wboa: : you appy :I orgaaiisd: eal locate a pzlanntmla. Later 'dies' and Children's Cloaks at.cost,and less than cost
; ever occurred In the Capital "cit,. -I them .rightly chemicals, l : ,
I i :; I Pur, ( ,dFuis. : ts hold a me tics. thDUgh I.
The these .
\0 ceremony -which united 1" : : ni5diines, toilc\ and sick room aCC?3., the mvtln within! itself is a surccss.In .,
celebrnied at ,- :T Efanefleties ICc values at 6 1'2 ci .
two'popular people was I -y/< 8(1905. perfqm.ssoapee'rerythtzig. tba morainj ni spoke on "Sp ritual ._ ,'.

r :: 'the Mr.handsome and Mrs.home A. of Wahmisb we bride's at hlKhitoon sister ; t : for the bath or shaving here.. ''i'iHOOTON'S i influences" and-at niglt '4T7i: b2con1: 'i Flanellettes( and 20c values at lOc,

p : Coraja"of: Cir.,1" cr the Judgment: ,
"t t Wednesday January 24, 1906 in I
tb/a presence of a large assemblage of I j I' ,> PHARMACY, to Cc .e. Ml -YV-Usn taar'a t a.l-I: 54>in. Brcadcloth, in colors.
: tjful
f friends.. i i The. Birth Place ALL of" Prorr.nt NIGHT.'Celiv ry. Lit coli nijhtlhe: : soakr clioe for. hi' $1.00: value, 85c. S'.50 value, SLID.
: The entire house was beautifully! OPEN -
i subject 'Ch.unXs In th3 Wheel"} or excY ', Colors
;,. liecorated with evergreens; and! flowers! PHONE. 1100. : !
effect 3 tt'jy: psopl"1 di not brcameOrlsttir.3. i
making a most lovely Promptly j I
It at sieved o'clock the beautiful strains '. L -- ------- i : Hi rj'errel IT many ofte I
of the Lohungrin wedding march wee! \ ? : PIANO BUYERS : pi" val.ut excuse j that soma
;. heard, splendidly rendered by :Miss i i g.v? and s.i'o-rd the ,diler-:
VUderman of Marianna. I Ii 'I I You"- shouli not bs atrfld; when 1 1I 1 1I c ues U2t'een an escasi? ani a reason, ., Shirtwaists in Mohair, Batiste and Wool at Cost.
First entered from the library the1 I declaring thee 5s no: a ra>oa on!
i I huyin; a plans: worn: anything: bvti These
', groom and his best man. Mr. Alf Metz- i, th? very best. It la tue; purchase of a 1 fan'g"c: fir not bvcmias: a Cbriitian. are Bargains,

amy brother of the bride. :i i .' lifetime, for a real lif.tlm: ?. Every I -
: Then came the matron of honor.1, I piano we sell i Is the product tjfougi-1 Tb fr9 qiwry box adds: much fn'l Blankets and Comforts less 10 per cent. Good Line.
: !Mrs. A. ''Wahnish the sister of the terest to the mst and the su
: I1UffiilLM' 1 of : nsi !
YY1 ItW\\\\{ \ 41 ( i ; out tha most ski'lrd piana: bull! 1cm '
i fcride carrying a lovely bouquet of "-' of th3 world. Such building |1. rve! is enjoyei'! by al' the! people.!
', roses. She was gowned in a haml- I i tecsuninual: richness! and cvena guaran-es of..1 I|! Toaijht the STibjtct will be "MrjMoti'r's Full Line ""DOROTHY 'DODD" 'New Spring'Styles Oxford
: come 'gray crepe do chin, and wear The chjrci! :ns: I II loI -
.' '. Ing diamond ornaments. I tone, whil3 th action ij Instintans-' I I catoi gn Gregjry street, two blocks Tie. See'Window.
I responsive. Rem-mbr the::
i Following came Miss ReinaVah- ;: 'east of Pahfcx.I .
lush, the beautiful little niece of thebria'e I l5Jf//l Ii \ \ \ Vicj I name tin -Kranich! & Bach. L:;ster. Meh-i'' MU Pryor will" sing at tonight'saiestln Just Received- \
\X\\\\ Cutter..Newton and CossslL And .
dressed in a dainty frock ofwhite J I \ I'
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l / silk carrying a beautiful white \ remember too, that you can have your:; .I
:' satin cushIon. embroidered in gold. on A1i'LW/iY.Jfl R\Vi\ own Urn) for paymsnt New f In SWISS, NAINSOOK

"" .which rested the wedding ring. Then 1 CLUTTER, MUSIC HOUSE, : 15 I
came little Pauline Roffe, dressed in ,vPcnsaccla Fla., I McDAViD' : !I and HAMBURG C' Y(
; a dainty frock of white organdy, with

t H large basket of flowers, strewing I Vj//j : ,
/Mrith roses the pathway, of the '( Cctt 1i. .

: bridle who entjered "gracefully: : \ .. McDavid,. Ja'-. 29.-Mr. Frd': ; A. New Goods Coming in Every Day.
V leaning on the arm of her 1ii: '; FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Sweet and Mr. E. Hogeboom weird!lively -:

c brother-in-law. )fro A. Wahnish. Pensacola. Fla. l Journal' "r T3pras3ntatives"! hereme

8 The bride's brunette type of beauty I .- cently. _

: 'elingsuit was :shown of to blue advantage silk by d'sole her traY andI; .- {:positively sur how old she was; now,' Mr.: B. 1.'. -Jernlgan now of PoMard. WATCH !
pou ,she is In doubt. Her birthday was'oaI I Alal.'was: a"vIstorllere: last MonJay.Mr. .
lhat ;;
to match. She carried a large : .
( ,January 1, ZTLH as the Sherman passed i :Wiley J. McDavid, of Pensacola.
Ibouquet of brtalal from wnicii
;f": flowed long white satin ruses ribbons* I ., I the 180 meridian otf that date there;}''!I spent last Sunday with hh parents
I The bridal party stood, in the archway } rr.: were two January firsts on, boar'd the",' )fr., and Mrs. J. A. McDavid. ---- --- ---

.- the back ground of which was I : ship.. .Mrs.: McMillan: was met on the!i i Ifrs. E. R. Harrison returned Thurs-i:.....,.... .......... ............ ...........
f a mass of flowers and ferns. where :'" I Io1bwINQ j I arrival: of tee transport, here by 'hem i day from Century, where sae had been :
the beautiful ceremony was eIoqtenLL -I son. U. T. McMillan' the branch hydrographic .1 i i on a short visit to h-Jr daughter Mrs.'': i HAVE YOU A
ly delivered by Rev. Dr. Samuel Koch: \ "' 'office x'cliange, and'she at I C. Qulna. I i ;| :

i of Pensacola. .- ,' ,>,'i_ t'y', ;; 1 once began explaining to him'that* although -' Mr; "M. J, Rosen tein, bookkeeper:
-: After: the ceremony the bride and ; i by the calendar she was two for 'Bonlfay Bros., spent last Sunday i! HOUSE TO FURNISH J
: feroqm! received the congratulations of J.I I years older! since. -&hehad seen: him I I and Monday with his family in Pensa
she refused to admit that such tactually
present. '
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the the the case.-Sari Francisco cola.The many friends of "Uncle .Jo l" this winter? Are you in need of one or mora of pieces :
Then ascending stairway Jail. : now? Say "yes" to either question and owe it to *
i bride threw her bridal bouquet I r McDavid will be gla1 to learn that after you
over ;
I Ii -. V yourself to the to to the
his quit seriousillne! J he is fast or money arner come "Buy' J
her shoulder when a scrambletook
I. 'Now-Pay-Latsr" Furniture The .
place and the lucky young lady d" Mrs. John. C. Avery has invitations i improving. I Emporium. positive and

E capturing It. was Miss Marie :Marcus.1 i I Hand embroideries' are: to be one of and blousing slightly.! The, yoke is of r out for a card party Thursday com Mr C. R.: Bowman" 'night operator thorough-going character of our Furniture is what distinguishes *
The handsomely decorated! dining the strongest features of the summer!I! English eyelet embroidery on a Sheerer plimentary .}*.rs.pLucius Lamar of; bare, returned Monday. aftr Laving : it from the shoddy: kind you are sometimes .

; room was then thrown open the seasonS in fact, sarcely a waist, of the I linen, the:. jertia of ,the. same corn Mexico who is vising! Mrs. C. W. worked) extra a few days In Pensacola.i: offered by thoss who care nothing for your future trade. *
: guests participated in the wedding lingerie type the linen suits and:, ins well orer' the 'shoulder* line thp Lamar. : Mr. Frank Gunt r'of. Gould ng. was; !: J WOJ?'t you come in t -day? +

breakfast. The tables were, laden dresses are without some touch of cuffs of the bishop sleeves of this i .. Up fpr the,day on Thursday. :
. .. .' with all the delicacies of the. season this charming hatL:'work. and nowhere same eyelet work. The skirt reaches Mrs. Edna Parks'".of Chicago who Mr. Jl A. Pringle was; a visitor'from ::1 f MARSTON & QUSt* M :
#, ,Many brilliant toasts were rendered is It seen to more charming advantagethan ; barely to the kneee as do all the made'many ""pleasant acquaintance! Po'lard last week. I I ,
, wishing the bride and ';rooni much in the frocks of smalls girls. The models of the new season. The hair while. In 'the"'city; a few years ago, .is Miss Ada Davis teacher-of the Me-' "
t&ppiness, long life and prosl rtty. skirt and waist of this white whitebutcher's shows a new arrangement-that of r expected1'to1' arrive the latter part of David Institit. across the rjver( .,Speit I 5 .. 108x110 S. Palafox( St. Phone' H8. Pena ob, Fla. |
, They were the recipients of linen dress are made separate parting it in the middle and February on'Juten.dayjT: visit enrouteto : l last I' .
L handsome and costly pres(>nts.' many., the.skirt pleated into the stitched I I curl on 'either sldte Just above tyirfg the one ear South Florida where she has extensive antly"Saturday here with and ratives!Sunday and quite friends pleas'I ..e........... ...................................;

i Mr. Goldsmith is young man 'of b-Jt.: the :waist' tucked front and back with a bow of soft ribbon. property Interests recently ,Mrs. J,. Reynolds and two grandchil __ n__ ______ __________ __ ___, ____
: ; sterling qualIties. well known In busl- herited from-her father., In'l dren. Mamy ani Jimmie Gardner, of
, F ress circles throughout the country. .' II PHO/Vf/ ISO
Oouldlnj, horns
left on the"east bound train rjturnql Thursday
for an extended -
Miss Metlner Is one of Tallahassee's now staUon'id-Arm1'- and Navy Reg Mrs. John Pfeiffer entertained the after short visit the
wedding tour. ? ,as guests of the
fairest and most acompllshed daughters Among the out of town visitors Friday euchre at her home on WestGovernmenjtstreeL Mc'Dadis., : I NEW METHOD LAUNDRY

belovea! by all whose good fortne present were :Mr. and Mrs. David ; :: ,'Mrs.. Annie White, Instead: of tbe' usual two mails a
t it was to know her. and the !'groom Edrehi of Pensacola figs Rena Touart who has been won the first 'prize..while Mrs.. Will; day we are now getting four two
Mrs. Blum and
: r Jn! to be congratulated on winning Mrs. Bernheim of Washington.: D.. C.; Mexico visiting relativeprin ,Kansas and Xew Ferguson ''captured6oth the consolation ( north and two sauthj: sad reports say C. ..'. LAWRENCE. Pro-trlitor Ht SWell Raiti St. Peltuc.'.. Tl.
;l such a lovely bride. i' since spring. has returned 1 aud the .lone ba'nd prizes' the booby
Miss established
Herzog; of Jacksonville Mr. Geo. we are soon to have a prate ._ ,
; home
Amid showers of old shoes accompanied --- --- -- --- --
rice. by her ---- --
and aunt Mrs ;going to _Miss Dora Pfeiffer Tbe ---
Levy and Mrs. Chas. Spandan of Pitts- \ -.telephone connected
good .wishes, the happy young, couple Dr. W. H. Cartter who will remain for next will! be' :Uh Mrs. syruem with
meeting ..' George
1 burg, Pa.; Mn Ferris of New York tbe remainder of the the'long distance lIne Who says our: AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY
winter the White.-
ana Miss' Margaret Alderman guestof .. [ little town is I
her sister Mrs. M. Touart 325-West ', I I not getting! more like -. USE
Marianna. TALLA. New York day.
Romana.. Mr. Frank Sylvester/of Auburn, )Ie., i
+ is now in St. Louts Mo., visiting his KADINE FACE POWDER
THE SHEEP AND Howard Burton, one of the.'gentle. cousin Mrs. J. C. Perry but is expect IN OBBEM BOXES O"-.T.

THE SHEPHERD. manly young employees !tn Gergon's ?
1 "The rector of that fashionable store. is confined to his home on East Mrs. Stella Dillingham.. Mrs. Dilllng- ..
church of ')'ours," said Mrs. Knox, Hill as a result of a fall in the store ham is now located at 816 North; Its Nice to Feel Easy. WATER.
A Lady "certainly has an easy thing of it." Saturday which injured his head aris Twelfth avenue, where she will'' be says Speaking: of food a Kansas woman, NADiNE purified Face by Powder a NEWLY i.. compounded DIKOOVKBY MO-ad

"But," began Mrs. Swellman. -he is arm. Howard is very popular with k i pleased! to see her friends. cuss, i'roduo-s Wat fal' velvety a
"I 'nf:
a good shepherd", host of friends who trust his injuries -4- had always eaten any kind of pe ranee, which remains ; washed off.
"Oh, It's will not serious ., Mrs. Marlr Brock. and Mrs. D. food I fancied and suffered no ill effects Ladies who Uie Nadine Face Powder in front
to be prove :
easy a good shepherd 1-1 boxes are sure the eorapleiion will be fr*k
: when the sheep are all fat and pros- Barges of MiUrill.. Fla} who I till a few years ago when I began and lovely at Mow of the evnnng. THI
to bare trouble with gas in the QUALITY UNkQUALKD. Buy on*' 60_i
Demonstrator rous.-PhUadelphia Ledger. :Mrs. J. R. guests of Mrs.. George Johnspn 100$ :zZ
Saunders has a charm L stomach to which was added three package and if joa are not entirely Mti t..fI..t
East Gadsden leave tl- ght on the
ing niece! Mrs. S. Vanderslice and notify nit. and we will promptly mrovTOCRMOMY
for -borne. will I years ago a condition commonly ;
steamer Tarpon They
..... FIFTEENTH ANNIVERSARY little naughter Ida of Suffolk Va.. vii' bo aceompanied.b.v tMrs,, Johnson ,anti called "heart-burn." but whic of ; Hold l>r leading druggist, or maiL Price 5C
; OF MR. AND MRS. VILLAR. iting her at her handsome home on I course, is in reality nothing but bad cents. %White}'
'- her son and daughter on a brief visit. !
will be here this week, The parlor and dining room of :Mrs. North Palafox street. I I condition of the stomach, due t-> the S.,1. Prepared byNational

Bonifay's residence on West Romana, -- 'The Wilklns-Lambert wedding takes use 'of improper food. Toilet Co. Paris, Jenn.

. ; Monday, Tuesday, were handsomely decorated last even-: Miss, Claude JPtrdue arrived home place! this evening at 5:30: in St.I I "The,trouble' becama chronic and !1ADlNo A Sold 11 Pensacola by all leading drurgiats
and and ing for the celebration' of the fifteenth! Sunday night from' Robinsonville. Michael church and will be !olloweo'3'lby affected me seriously in -various' ways. .
:; Wednesday, anniversary of the wedding of her Ala. a '}large reception the hoise: of i It expressed! my spirits and filled my -,--- --" --7 --- _-.-- ---- ___-__ =1

will demonstrate daughter ana' eon-in-law Mr. and Mrs. the brIdes mother in FUherville. ,\1'I mind with 'gloomy forebodings, con THE HOME DOCTOR.
: Emanuel J. .VJllar.; I Mrs. :McMillan a the special late car will bring the guests,! sta UJ". My mental powers: seemed to For Expert Watch Repairing and
passenger on I
The handsome decorations of flow- in,the city at 10:50. j I.1 grow_ dull and sluggish and my mem-
ers and greens and tea personality of port January Sherman 14, which two arrived ., i jory i i ,,,,became so poor that I bad difficulty Lemonade when giveubolling hot will Engraving, go to
had birthdays
,1 E. R. Durkee 6 Co.'sSalad the guests were largely a replica of the from Manila. 1"1 The New City Flinch meets- with I in recalling even the occurrence f relieve severe cough! or cold.
up She dldn
.way : 4
the original affair, a. large number of seek them, but she had them just the Mrs. James T. Gerelds this aft.ernpoa of the,previous day. The doctor diagnosed When grip or other 'epidemics- J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler,
relatives and a few friends bring present same. When she left. here at 3. II my trouble as 'nervous indigestIon -I prevailing wear: a' little rude sulphur
a few ,
t t' Dressing as they were at the wedding months a'go to visit her son" Paymaster : and gave ate medicine. '| In your boot pr shoes 213 South Falafox Street.

\ which took place fifteen years ago in ,McMillanr United States Navy now The Pleasure Club meets thIs! after' I "One day'I met friend looking sol,I Do not take quinine Immediately before .
t the same house. : stationed in Chinese waters she wasThere's toon with Mrs. F. E. Cummins. : i bloojnlng.'.. and' : wholesome that I askea': ; or after a meal. Quinine binders The Latest Designs in Watches
The dining room wjs; particularly at her .hat will make me look like
i You all know that tractive and the table bore among: .- Try Blue .Ribbon Vanilla Extrac tl I II youj When she answered! that she I I the digestion' of meat milk and eggs. S and Jewelry.
other attractive decorations a lot of once and you will nver go back '6 t ow,?d It:"to Grape-Nuts food I laughed! To remove pimple from the face dissolve -
t Durkee's is the finest fine big cakes. the ordinary kind Absolutely pure:!I at her. .For< two year I kept on eat-| in tbe juice qf half a lemon a lit- --- --

The bride and groom received so goes twice as far and gives desserts lag everything that tempted my appe.|I'tle common salt and"apply the mixture

J Salad Dressing sold, many beautiful presents that the display aDifference the "Blue' Ribbon Flavor," '1 tlte and taking medicine between, on a piece of linen.
itself was an interesting exhibi, meals. UlI' I became thoroughly disgusted If you would gt rid of'rheumatism 4"

c and the ladies are tion of the esteem in which they:! are with drugs-they ave me no'I do that which .will "caase; free inspiration -
\ ( held by the family and {rleIl' 's. in REVIVAL MEETING I,.lasting relief- without subsequent chilling. If
therefore invited to An elaborate wedding banquet of "Three months ago I heard from.
would get rid of make
several courses, each with its own another friend who had been cured of you gout your
L call and see in what sl'edall\'iota' was handsomely served Ice Cream. A GREAT SUCCESSSUBJECTS a stomach trouble by the use of Grap-i'I liver as active as possible. I

winding up- with a number of ',. Nuts food. I was desperate enough The white of an egg when beaten
t an infinite varieties of toasts that were. a flow of soul wit and Have you ,ever' noticed tor'aD1hlIJ'g by this time and determined .:I with milk and drunk night and mom

.\.. humor It? If not you should try FOR DISCUSSION DURING to atop the drugs and give the,1 ing is of service in mild cues.of jaun
i waysitmaybeserved the new food ,a trial. I relished It from I dice. When beaten with.sugar and r

}: RECEPTION fOR VISITING MEETINGS, THE PRESENT the beginning and have learned to\)r very little water it will! make,the voice
YOUNG LADIES: like It so well that I can hardly eat and .
stronger clearerChildren'
Kandy Kitc'he"Quality WEEK. without It. } I! J!
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dannheisser
.1"11, result has been, marvelous.} My,
gave a very handsome reception Sun ,
Play .
: has freen .
restored my stomach 'I
day nrght in honor of Miss Pfeiffer of
(children's ply to be
Cincinnati, O., and Miss Zimmern of Ths revival at thi,Christian church trouble the' "heart-burn.: gloomy worn
i Ir makes a ,good Impression foreboijngs, and melancholia. have ail Saturdays or at home iu the afternoons
will continu-j
Mobile. on East Gregory street
Sol I Cahn & Co. Among th other out-of-town guests every Um:. Wnsn. each evening this week at -7:30 p. a 1. disappeared" my brain Is Clearand; ae-] there is nothing more admirably adapt We Keep Butter to Sell !
were Miss Bofenan-of Louisville. Ky. you .have tasted It one Evangelist O. P. Spiegel baa announced tiv and I can do as much housework ed than plain brown linen, ear the refrigerator
ir:: Miss Bloom .aid Miss Dinkelspiel of time iOIJ'will eat no ths following subjects 'for discussion .' In. bait a day as I could before In ai Chicago :\ew.u excellent. patternIs This! butter is shipped it *

i.x Louisville and..Miss Harrison of New: other.
Th. Pur. Feed Stor., York Hot Chocolate. Tuesday -Mother's Bible.. fatigue. It is such a relief to have and sleeves buttoning f the wrist. pure: frsh and wholesome

There wes cnjoyabia} music throughout Wednesday "Hell." steady quiet nerves once more I feel These in the .
aprons button back, but Fox River Butter.The
P, '.utlnuat Cir.arPhen Ptltfax and laUndtndi, the evening ani' beautiful toilettes I -- ,.' I Thursday-"Heaven." like a new womanlivln'g on a new, to prevent that bane of the girl with Butter that pleases thclass"
plant 'with! and most
i were the rule.J Both honorees are receiving Friday-"Christian Unity." peon}.. new: agreeable the braided hair forever catching in and the masses

r many 'delightful social attentions Sunday.. Feb. 4. 11 a. m-The DI,." "We,have Grape-Nuts the buttons it is best to bide these under 35 CENTS PER POUND.
|JJ|| as.are aU the visiting befles.4 .. Kandy Kitchen tale nity. every menIal
!'. u Duty. Destiny f. Christians" ; OUr boqSt and my little 4-year-old generally a slip band. While gingham does

Mrs Hogg.. wile of Commander 'Z:30 p. m.-"Tbe Millennium' cans for more between times.", not make such pretty garments!! it L ROSENAU & GERELDS,
104 will be '
,. Hogg. u. t Navy hasgone: to Pensa- S.Palafox.PhotK 999. good cqngregaU; nsl Name given by Postum, Co. Battle still much used,aud because it can In
# singing and special music: for each The Grocers,
J Creek., Mich, chosen dark' ''and Fancy
.. rob, Via,, where Coromonder Hogg is senlc .- The. is such serviceable.
I '" ',. ,, public invited. There's a reason. colors Phone 391. Pensacola.

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y .-<. Successors toThOs.. c:. Watson 6 Co.
We have'.fc. JM nediate'f :' "

store 'buIlding pJ frted'on a good corner Leading Real Estate Rental and
Real Estate : BUSINESS PROPERTY also vtV< Swellings adjoining.( Igeacy
Now JVh exceptional bargain and will .
$ 8000-125 feet front on Garden This Is an
be-worth your' .whiteto ;J Jook into It.
street. Will build
OQ this for I
anyone desiring 12333 Thel stock.';ooods.can be ), A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. T

:\ )' wait Get right In ahead of others. Haye the bsL $12000-237:: }$ fret front on Tarragona inventory prtcer-Siles'fDerjday: average -
for 'ourselt. Real (\ tate values are dally 4 street brInging rents that S50.00.() Fot:.aae:':53gts)'. 'ana'! build- $15C00,00.largo 'brick bulling on a good business corner. _

,vhie! youre' losing opportunities. 1nciasijiy. wIll'net 8 per cant:. lug ;. .. .- .. '.. ::: .. $4600.00I' $7.5oo.00-A large lot. lying west of and near Palafox, St.. about 250
$ 3000-Store building West Intenden- :: It. front by '192 ft. drop A bargain.

'.,cia strest; rents $312: $$7,250.00-Lar !- brick building, opposite *Ite of New City Halt ,

You're Losing .'. jear per "LS.; BROWN & CO. This must be.sold at once or will be withdrawn from market.

.* j : $. 1850-r-Store and Dwelling, Corner S,250.0D-Lar&* 2-story dwelling with 10 rooms servants quarter ,
-fOpportunities ,". ,'. Coyle. and Jackson. i .0l.v2 Thiecen. !"' Building.CITY "AFTERWARDS"or modern conveniences. Stone sidewalk. Lot'80 by 180 ft. West /
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..i, : .,-M. ?% HOMES., I at Um of final settlement' it will $2ioo.OO-A! :: very nice cottage on North Hayne St.. with lot 80 by _

.. $3500- Large;. roomy house. "Hayne show whether.; you are squarely dealt '125ftZ000.00Largn
street: PROPERTY ; two-story dwelling on North Davis street. Very de
:with, or not. There are no delays In 1 .
That won't come back to get In on the ground floor. Why $ 4500-Elesant hom,, North Baylen- sIr bla.

not buy now' pay a part down and annual 'or semiannual $3150-Another large house. ,,' Haynestrset. Fire I $$2,00000 lOts on East Hill car line; southern exposure ,overlooking -
payments for balance Ask about this proposition. I FORJ5ALEHEBE Paying bay. One of the prettiest building sites on East HilL <

$2250-New 6'room house. 'gas and I $1. .Comfortable cottage on Brent Road, near Cotton Compress.* l'

electric lights, near' 'Palafox":: '. by companiswe representIt's $1,100.OG-FiY'e room dwelling, with large lot on corner; East Chase }
$1500-Nics home East Hill, 'near ARE "SOME I1RQMNSOne a good tme! of the year to look I street. :-
Gadsden St. :Methodist\ church. after your Insurance. Give us the business 1.000.00-Five very 'desirable building lots: making a frontage of 200

PeesacollsL levestmeet COo $ 900-Nice! 5-room l home. 'West. Greg' whole block containing 24 lots and it will be done to suit')'ou. i, ft. near! Sttfddart's"t"; Place. '_ _

ory. /4 in Wast King Tract, near car line LOANS IN ANY AMOUNTS. MADE ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY -

4. H. D'ALEMBERTE RENTING PROPERTY. which-will double in a' short time. McDavid-Hyer Company ON SHORT NOTICE AND AT LITTLE COST TO BOR.

City'Manager.. $3000-Property on W Gregory rents Fur; quick sale. .:v ..'...'. "..$S00.00 ROWER. I
I ,$150 will 15 Thre* corner lots on East Hill carline New I
per year; bring Agents York '
KNOWLIS President. percent
southern Life
J.L STIUJfAN. ..frej. ana CeDe Manager. KNOWIIS HYIR. Treasurer. $1550 site Company. I ,. AND IF YOUR RENT: RETURNS ARE UNSATiSFACTORY -
-Property renting $210 bay. A beautiful building
per year 8 E.
Real Estate, Loan General North Hajne. $g O.oo. .
I Investments. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla.
$ 600 East I I
-Property renting J96 per year. Two five room cottages, Greg
Pensacola, Florida. $60-LoTs.-.6o. ory, renting $15 per month,. 253.00
East _
$1.00 cash and 50 cents psr-week. or! Six rocm cottage Wright WE RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO CONSULT US.HOOTON .
="P -w $3.00 cash and $2 per month Thesa: (jstrett\.. .. *. .. ;. ..$1350.,Jimber-tallds : _
lots will be worth I Modern s.x room story and a haf'!
= --- $100 to $123 before
WANTED they are paid for on the terms off erd. house, East Crv antes;. fine home I & WATSON

HELP WANTED Such. easy terms are not offered every $1900.00. I ,
day. I am selling these lots fast an I For Sale PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. _
POSITION WANTED as bookkeeper WANTED good nuse. Goo pos! ,,they will; soon b? all sold. ,
or a.mble entry clerk about :March tion to right person. Apply 610!> I bnd two-thrds! of sale price. on C. R. YAEGER202Thle
, Am ;;0) years of age. Address North Ba>'Ien St. 30jan I any of the.above property -. -- -
Booi. "P"r.: care Journal. :27janlw! .WA\TED.-Cem finishers anjl List pour property with me for sale: .cn Building. Phone 332 We have them. Several splendid. Professional

\\\AMED-Posiuon\ by reglsterei plasterers building.' Na 45. Navj", Rents collected and.., prompt, returns large and small. turpentine IO ILt1oD!. D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. Directory
druggist: of 17 years' experience.! Ad- Yard.: R. I. Kennedy._ gojaniwel; made. Saw Mills aid Saw mill locations. : _..

aress Druggist," care Journal. .. .. I For Sale. Some' excellent bargains In large REAl. ESTATE
WAN1 1 ------ THOS. PEBLEY
ED-Fifteen _. ,
27janlw* good: plasterers ---- -r- and small tracts of round and boxed I ,

millwright, ciru SOJanlw on building No.- -15.. Navy'0. Yard. : FOR. SALE 7roomChouse': at Gould- timber! lands. RENTS AND LOANS LAW REAL ESTATE.: WANS AND
\AXTEO.-flrst.dass LESLIE E. BROOKS lug, ::Apply toj?. L.; Aekergren.Gcxuldlng Large tracts of Mississippi Delta COLLECTIONS
'ai' saw filer and hammerer is I PALAFOX AND ROMAN
A\"TED.-Lad..y or g ntl man of ] Fla. ZSjanlm and Hardwood lands. I t '
far- ,
. for a:. position. Reference .... PHONE 559.OPTICIAN.
pen Splendid list of valuable property
fair --
education to travel for firm 204 S. have following special bargains
ula.b'd. Address J. H. D., care Jour- of % Palafox St.. Fisher Building. FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved We the
and fine location: for Colony or Stock
250.000 capitaL Salary $1,072 per a in very desirable real estate for = -
office 26jan2wNTED property In l1"parts of the city.J. -
uxi : Farm
in South East Georgia. .
year, payable weekly. few only.
Expenses days
\\'\ .-Good horse and wagon ad- A. WiIon & Co., Real Estate Agents Some of the. choicest residence a BARGAINS.
>ance>l. Address Geo. SPECIAL
G. Clown I
Pen. For Sale T. G. YATES M.
and hainess for farm purposes. Also sa cola, Fla. 2t- Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone places I" the beautiful*little city of 2 lots In block 170 New City 80x137 D.

good horse ani carriage must beci 172. 23jan DeFuniak Springs. Flau. and in Milton feet, on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.00 .
! "ap. D. J. U 26janl-w WANTED-First class cooper. Pen. FOR SALE-17 lots on North Rail- Fla. 3 lots corner 15th ave. and Gads .

wANTED.IwllIreceivoorders: "for Sf. ola. Tar and Turpentine Co., Gull road street. Excellent location for FOR SALE. Thoroughbred Scotcn Our prices and terms are reason- den street.. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00
!invitations wedding and visiting Point, Fla._ 3an28-lt factory sites or resident prop rty. collie, imported stock, also one able.Cal S lots fronting.Toledo square In New 306 THIESEH B1JILDICNpcT9R.Y'

,ards Alsa n'ournlns cards and staicnery W A 'TED-Experlenced aiHC reliab'e! Price $1,230.00.:!:: Terms: to suit. Address ladj's saddle. 1102. E. Gadsden streetor ,on or write to us.ITURNER&AYMARD. City. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..1000.00 .--
' :Mrs. F. J. )Ior no. 26 E. men to sell our "1906" copyrightedalvertising Lots, care Journal. SOjanlw* phone 285. 2Djan2w One 5-rocm house with. bath and

oregory St. 25janlw. fans: .recognlzed as, works FOR SALE-Furniture and other' FOR SALE.-Second' hand .Babcock! sewer connection. gas in every room;
of art; large 'commissions prompt set tousebold articles; also a' fine talking buggy rubber tires in first-class nice neighborhood. If taken at
CONTRACT LOGGING I .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00
WANTED tlements. .
United States Novelty Co.. parrot, at 100 South 'Ba'l len St. condition. For information telepnoneNo. once
TEAMS at once. either by the day Cincinnati. Ohio.. :27janlt 28JanlwFOR 51.FOR Real Estate and 6 houses In block 17Vest King Penzacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
1 month. Will meets every Monday evening at 7:30
01 by &ue thousand. Call at A)cock Tract. renting.$20.00 per
ilros Camber Co., Aycock Fla. Traveling salesman wanted lo sell SALC Good family horse at a I r Abstract Company,. l lend $2.00000 of necessary! ,.. $2600.00All o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
grocers. Permanent position. State bargain or will trade for mule or SALE.-Most\ "beautiful residence are bar- over Iou stable W. Intendencla St.
_4janlwANTED. _ _ _ present occupation and salary expect* good work. horsev Geo. Vucovjch. block in Pensacola, overlooking I P. 0. BOI I 115 I' DeFiralat- SprIngs, Aorlda ] gains of and these will be propositions held open .for a few Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.

\\' .-Real Ilstata for sale or ed Los Angeles Cider Co, St. Louis Jan.281wFORSAL& bay'and Bayou,Texan Magnificent I I _] 52ay5 only.Excellent. J. A. K1RKPATR1CK. C. C. N.H. .
rent loaso or exchange. Your )jo. It". .'1d oaK, magnolia 'and other shade warehouselocation on IIORSLER. K. of R. & S
Gouldins -ou trees. Ideal location "for home, hotelor Board and'Rooms. I
ness respectfully solicited. J. A. II railroad track very cheap.
bUSi'l MEN EVERYWHERE-J4.00 dailj'- road";4 rooms. bath and kttca-
sanitarium. A. C. Binkley.
,on, Real Estate Agent: 22!% W. I Good 8 percent :mortgages on hand. Ratnbor.e Lodge No.
pass circulars, tack signs-no can- en; nice sUbls Strictly cash M.S. TOURIST HOUSES .NO. 222! and 101:
. rnment s'rpc!, Hooai 7,f. vasbing, stead}:.; '.Continental! Distru Uorras Standard Oil Co.'s office, FOR S.\LE:200 acres good, farm land. location. Special Best kind of inveetrnntL'Property SO, K. of P.. meets every
St. Good
'.ui;ding. Phone n=!. : 23jan buting Co,Chicago. 2Sjanlw- Pensaco, Fla. SOjanlm* 2H, miles\ f>outl,1Giust"pf Chipley. in I NX Spring In all\ parts of city, vacant. l&ursday evening at 8.;OJ\
: rats to parties or clubs. Apply for sale. "'
wanted and
- -- Improved, 4 o'clock In their
K01KtIRS:: set Kauffman's prices ,WANTED-A good nurse tti stay: on l FOR SALE-TVo or thrcyTwagonsdrbjs Washington counjti ;. no;waste land, Good; 30acres I II Mrs. W. J. Williams- 2:2'N. Spring'St. or 30 S. Palafox St. 'f; Castle: flail o\'er'Pou 8ta.

for developing and finishing. Ucst:! the premIses" Bribe references:, and 'bor8' sl cheap, if: taken 1 1i I lira*' :reek q"eady- reason fprj cultivation., cemise8. For 3i/janlm ,phong234.Miscellaneous! ble. W.Intendencla street.
awl cheapest) in city. Romana.and 701 N.-; Palafox, cornerGadsden, -' .'* witHln a' few fiajshpnp (614 ,or k& forther'panicularsi' address Mrs. L. ONE LARGE I-iQuble.. fur- Visiting! knI1ts'M5'. cor

Palafox 20 janlm 28jan3ts plat' 403", lIt; us. street. 27 jan, WIselosle l Marlanna. Fla. 'I niched *ith. board, Hot_ and. cold dully welcomed.. .

W.\ TE .-S'Cnd hand furniture ,,l En'Vbitmiddle: a'gea' wo anfor' "s.LESondband 11 TJantm.j water bath. Call, at- 415 W. Gregory or J. D.: KIRK. C. C.
buggy FOR SALK.-Pecan-.trees all 6S.. 27janlw* C. J.. LEVY.; K. R & g.
and boasehold articles of all kinds nurse and general house workin cheapppiy F. A. Rogers, 008 E. : p oDe of

for .'ai>h. Address P. O. Box;353. small familj. Can '..IItafun Jackson or phone 1143. .', 2janlw* from extra. fins paper) .-shell' -REN1'-one well furnished J. N. Murphy & Co., Expert Wail ., :Knights of'C;;; bU"-
ITjanlni '' r piCmiscs If she_, desires .. pply:301 W.! E. Acosta. "',,. ,j' t4janFO1' I room for 2 _gentjemen or married Cleanersfrescoed ceilings, .
: Meetings
Paper of
y & t Chase. 1 C SSJan, WOOD WORKiNG M ACH INERT housekeeping). Ap- the
: couple light
- --- _' (na: and all varnished
: furniture
know"that SALE:-Full J.>1d"l1 d Ply- cones and Knights, of Columbus
W.-\XTED.-Th public fo' one 6" Moulder, ; four heads, 150 / \ ply '18 E. Garden !26Janl* Special
OFFICE BOY WANTED Apply to work cleaned snot polished.
."niQuth Ticck/w/huc, Rock : Fisher are hell: at their hall
old newspapers can be bought attn Dr. Kcnnedy.'D'Alemberte Buildinc knives and 'cutters. One wool TWO FURNISHED ROOMS with privilege desks and fixtores aspecialty. :
'' Brow Fowela ties: 'All office No.8 West Intenden.cia .
office for fire cents a bundle. They 2SJan2ts 150 kni\e* and"cutters.: .Onq: ","o.lc1: Streign and p Leghorn ;i, of light housekeeping. Suitable The latest method in *
] Aery
Eggs per petting .of ((15)) $1.00, For { street on every
are all clean and nice.WNTED.Eectric -
WA1"TED.-A aleslady..Call lN.J, worker or jointer, with, .two 'bead:! further information address Plymouth, for %o. .or, couple. Apply 50d the work of office and houe; cleaning.No Monday evening at

work oi ah kind.L 11 4 JS. Tarragona St. 26anl\v* knives, ibiting tools saws, etc. One Rock Poultry }Farm J. J. Pope Prop.,' E. Gadbden SI 25janlw dirt or trash to be removed when 7:30 o'clock. An InCation .
36" circle re saw. latent pattern for -
't Us clean; jour fns.. re air jour L. Box 8, Bristol. Ua., Tjanlm I' A GENTLEMAN can find home-like :work is finished. personally responsible U extended
\ .-Colored:: girl for gcnral bevel and straight boards, with tia Wcomphr. I for all damage which may occur:to 1sItIngj'nighL&:
't\'namo. 11.i sour wiring etc. P.irn3Pe : board In a private family. AddressP. ,
house : 420 W. Roma- One Edger: harbor and of work. Address::; -
:'\711. : >avola: Electric Co. 205 S. vJrtpp1y! FOR SALE.-Barred' Plymouth Rock! O. Box 773. 24janlw* during the execution JOHN B JONES.
fawn.: na. 2Gjanlw.WA"TED. three saws; from 10" to '20Bsltscounter Cockerels from prize winners $1.00 Furnished"rooms p O Box 347, Pensacola,. Fla. EDM. FOX. Grand Knight
tuafts, main line shafting'and Ip. Large,well marked, good blood. FOR"JIENT- for SOjanlw Recorder.
.--First-class short goods ; rent with without board. No
First-class registered 's.Jachincs: .
'pul1 comparathelynenr.Selling --
) Also some good pulltfts. ,Mrs. LizzieB -
coIl2.tor'a P. C!. i MISCELLANEOUS.
:juggui and pharmacist wants'pos- '"solicitor.,.. Apply on,, account of no' further work .Hughes. ChIplc ; Fla. Sldeclm* light housekeeping Apply 310 West CAPT. FRITZ. J. M. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, )J. O. O. F. *
mon in West Florida permanent orifmporarj. care Joamal. 26jaulw 'for them. Apply Henry :Monk,. general Gregory. jan2Hmo"OO"R.D STEAMER Passengers and; Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. O. F..

' '. Address F. Z., care Jour. W.\NTED.-BQt: \>Qut sixteen to j contractor, 1C West: Gregory St., FOR SALE-South hall block 211,: AND LODGING-New furniture Rogers master between Pensacola,meets every'Thursday evening: at 7:30at /
nai 3jan. learn glazing Apply. Saunders Mu I, PensacoiJ. Fort arranC f I 107% feet on Bay lew Park; also 103 and: Frseport. Fla. At Bajlen
Co.. 29 1'tst! Gatdcn. ISjau sonable. Apply ,Mrs. 'C. C. Brock street. Visiting brethren cordially
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED .' i FOR SALE.-One nice grocery with south half of block 21?, fronting 400 I East Int ndcncia St. ISjanlm wharf, Wednesdays:! and Invited. E. .
-Highest price paid for gentsl 1 1otbing I Any intelligent person' may eain., a I mark attached Must 6e sold by feet on 14L1 St., br 137& let on Bay W. Tourists nod others d 8aburtlays'l J. NEVILLE. Secretary.GREENBLATT.
.; only Also sail> second hand : a good 'iacome corresponding forrewspapers I February 1. $6:>0.00. 'I .;oud., No 9' E. Intendencia. i : ; no canvassing:: experl-: i tion apply A. Greenhut, or address I. Ing Bay View Park that is now fr: Gregory. New house, good neigh- Bay and Santa Rosa REBEKAH SISTE- 5. '
erce unnecessary.. Send: for par cu'l I M. cars! Journal. ea'c! The beautiful view down the' boraood and on car line. l2janlm'ROOMS make this trip. Special rates ,for, parities Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekab Sla
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wanted! Press Syndicate I '1 0 KENT with or without For rates or,
lars. Northern ,1 bayou and down the bay can never be of ten or more. iers meets every Monday night at
by the Mayes Printing Co., 24 W. liockport. N."I ._. 5nov6mogWANTED. Moj 'r, on the and square"ls stIll. In the ob..tiucted. A. V.' Clubbs. SOJly i boaid. 22. E. Garden. 18Jan 1m other information. apply oh board orJ g o'clock in I. O. O. F. HalL Vitlu

Gcrernment. Phone 181. Only the I 100"laborers U.ioj rng.! Trices quality never bitter. FURNISHED room for rent; "noTight I address P. O. Box 6S2, Pensacola Fla Ing sister cordially invited to be
I .- wages : II haeit corner of Government and the pres.
:;est of *ork. Idea AUTO IOBILES.-I am agent for 2ijanlm'SHOEMAKER.
Ill Chase St.
I per day.. Apply factory of GouMlrg! Alcanu a first'class, up-to-date meat Pope Mfg; Co. and can sell you autos housekeeping.!. ent. MRS S. DeTUA YEn.

TED.-Haul1ng and transfer Fertilizer! Co. 14jan market where I handla the. choicest from $500.00 up. They,cost less than NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suit- I IJOHN' MISS MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary.
work. Office phone 363 residence 'native beef I able for light hou ekecping. All Boot and Shoemaker.Fins .,
: western and pork mute horses to keep up. They cau be rnn FLO. M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first
VOtae 390. Acosta & White. 22,28 N. ton, sau2ge. hogs;; head
Tarragona St. 25mar.CANTED. FOR RENT Let me giva yotf a few' prices 'on groceries Leslie E. Brooks._ Gadsdten. 9janlm ; material and workmanship guar RaSord Hall, No 10. West Iat n4 P4m.
: 20 pounds granulated sugar NICE-FU1'HSHEDJf OlISforrent.. anteed., Please: give me a call. 120 dencla street.
.-Everybody to take dinnerat $1.00; 21 pounds Y. C. sugar, $1.00 FOR ""SALE One fine display case: Newly furnished, clean and nice, E. Government street. Phone 1086.
FOR RCNT.-From Feb. 1. an -;,, ; 21 feet Ions 8 feet high and 3 feet A. G. FELL, Pres.;
the Southern HoteL 9dec. I :pounds good rice. $1.00 fancy near postofficp. Apply at 128l E. 27Janlm
2'39ryroom house, with bath country Suitable for almost kind J. L. SWEE EY. Sec.
gallon :35c.:: wide. any Government treetlrs. B. )&, ,Trainer.7janlm. 4
i >
" ). cold connections. sjr-ip. PT Call anJsee
"Axf i -Cypress tank about three hot and water corner -i of business. Apply to E. J. Reese .
thousand), gallons capacity. Also 12th St. and 9th ave. Apply to : us i if you want choice meatsandgroceries. 5 Jan. MISCELL.ANEOUS.EXPERT W. 0. W.

'''In.S! null if m good condition. Lee Thos. pcbl :r",_SOjan I PhOne 718. Chickens and PLEASANT place in board! on N. Hill DnESBIAKER-\irs. U E. Lire Oak Camp No. 1,. W. aj. W..
Oin: t'll. 28Jan! j freih eggs, country pork .a specialty.A. JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment ol 2nd door from car .line on Strongstreet Miller late of New Orleans familiar meets in Fjthian Hall 1st and :3ri
FOR RENT.-Elegant: story S-room. :: McDonald Mo\cr._24Janlw imported Olive OIL Retail by pint :. For particulars address No. 8. with latest French .modea. Room Wednesdays in each month. Visiting'
WANTED,-Second hand corn oat cotta;;- at 318 West Belmont St. Apply :. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso Journal. 6janlmOjnewapaPers Park hotel. Ladies are Invited to sovereigns cordially invited.
to 'Walker InF bam at Star I aun- FOR S.\IE.-If you have $8,000 to Invest & Co. ship chandlers and' 701 P. A.
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of I grocers. at five cents a bundleat call. :27janlw I BOOHICH C. C.
(OWn shipments solicited. Write us. dry. __'_25jan .I flO.OOQ'rite in a saw Lock Box proposition:56: DeFuniak.worta I South Palafox. 4ocL this office: They, are air clean LESLIE E. BROOKS. C!"rk.

P S Mellen & Co. 20mar. FOR RENT.-Elegant Star Laundry two story building storeroom I! Springs, Ha. This will ,.stand the 1<'SALE.-only, 4 young Boar pigs' and-nice. -_ _ who NOTICE.left clothing. with the W. O. W. C.. Oak Grove No.4,
in new closest im'esU.ation I and the first sired by Duke ol' Florida 68923 out FURNISHED ROOMS Fine location. Persons
\VA.\TED.-The Merchant. Transfer In- f ; man 1 of the Gulf City Woodmen Circle meets Jut Thursday
street Walker J. Abel
Apply W.
Co. wants your moving; and baulinAll .E. Garden Star Laundry. 22dec.A I with the money gets it. No time to of Orphan Lee, with of Baltimore 5S544.AH Splendid view of bay. 414 South Steam late and Dye' works for repair are of each month at 3:30 p. m.. *d floor

: breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. graham _, i I waste with agents or trlflers.3ljaa guaranteed Carl registrations andpedegreei Ateaniz. Dec29. notified to call on' Geo. Collins, at 140 Pythian Hall, over Pou' stable on In-

'e\ Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm.IIUAL. .'R. BINGHAM hasatbrage room for I II I! FOR S.-\LE.-One choice block top SeUerllnd. Chipley, WANTED.-rAtew boarders in private East Government Street and get tendencia street. Visiting sovereigns

IciNG 4 rent' suitable for furniture or other I of the ridge east of the electric on rIa._26nov.FOR 4family; nicely furnished rooms, with sime Owners must pay costs and cordially invited. :Mra. W. A. Smith,

and, decorators.: contracting Fine varnahln painters goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona I i railway. between 7th and 8th streets. S.oLF4Jc.e, clean old .newspapers use of bath and telephone. Convenient ptove property G, 0.,, Brosnaham clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olsen. guardian

IU;i cciEhing. Sign panting' a spe-; St. Phone 630 __ SOnov Nautre has favored this section and It at bYe cents a bundle. This of. u> railroad shops and on car line\ Jan.! 21-9t -_ _ _._ _ _- _

a'tr: Residence phone 243. 29aug. i FQRSALE RENT, Two lighters; j cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. -, fice." Apply 401 11 Gregory. Sjanlm
: CO.
one with capacity for 75 thousand ft. i UNFURNISHED-Large front room THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING
CANTED._All keepers or poultry to lumber the other thirty thousand ca I FOR SALE-Beautiful: block In New .fronting to south and west. Qpod wholesale and retail manufacturersand Pensacola Sf. Andrews and

feed wheat. It Is the cheapest feed I pacity. Rates reasonable. Telephone I'! City. Tract No. :312.: For caaa UO .I Educational light, and central location. Apply 12 dealers In cotton mattresses and

oecause it makes hens lay. F. S. or write J. A. Chaffin & Co. Milton I Apply to A. M. McMiUa::. Court H0I1U'1 N. Palafox St, or phone 65.' Zjanlm* bed springs. Second hand furniture Gulf Steamship Co.
Mellen &: Co.. Phone 334. Sldcclm* bought and sold. Upholstering and r-
pl L MUSIC.-After the "Holidays" I will STEAMER TARPON,
night J
I I BAY; HOTEL.-Open and day. pairing a specialty. 114 E. BelmontSt.
W.\XTED.-AII kinds of electrical : FOR SALE OR n T--ew.- modern.I accept a limited: number of pupils ,Europan plan. Rooms light and city. C. T, Davis: Mgr .
. work. I sell! all kinds of electrical Money to Loan.MONEY i two-story, six:;room boas; East Hill, on the following Instruments; Violin., clean., Transient trade solicited. 17janlm W. C. ARROW, "bitt':
Queries and other electrical supplies. 1_ i near cars. A. C. Binkliy. J ll i iI Cello Clarinet and aU brass instruments -; 575373 S. Palafor. Jia. S. Nlcolau, fIR2T-CLA3?> PAS.iE.'iO AND
When you need me ring 345 or 955. TO LOAN,-On reai estate: or ; except slide.trombone. Will I Prop CUT FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose- FREiuHT\ kiEKVICB
i E: w, Peake new Star Laundry build .I other sufficient security by nppl). I FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapers (each at pupils residences. Music furnished mount Gardens, of Montgomery, has -Detw t- i4:
:us. E. Garden. ISdec. lug to Thos. Pe ,ley. cor. Palafox and for' sale. Only 5c a bund'e.' They' for all ,occasions band or or placed an agency In. Pensacola, repre--I PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHkCOUA.
I Romana. up stairs. 17nov-ig. make good wrapping paper and are i I I chestra. Please teate orders at the LOST sented by Miss Bertie'Smith. 616 N CARRABELL2.:: ST. AN.

U'\TED.-A. It. BIngham wants TO LEND-On good real e* I just the thing to put under matting ,1 Clutter Music House or at my per- Barcelona. Orders promptly filled lot DREWS. MILLVlLLE.
our moving and hauling. He gua i MONEY good collateral I I man' nt address: Navy Yard Pensa roses. carnation and a'!! kinds'of other And all point on fit Andrew. Bay .4
or on
antees all l breakage. Phone 630. Ute security FOR SALE.-10 room house corner LOST Round gold watch fob, with Phone 651.' IQdee'' Carrabede and Apaiawhicola.SCHEDULE. .
E. Brootl.! Ehlers. mt flowers. !
__ I I at lowest rates. Leslie lot. 3 blocks from Palafox.- lot 96* cola, Fla. P. F, Bandmaster ch.Jjde. About the <
'T. on e
F. L. ,
COURT: HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand Fisher building. 21Jao: 192 on sacola Sunda". g3o Jo E
Cleaning: Club 118 N. Palafox MONEY LOANED,on all kinds of pe.-= : of Standard Clothlngj-Co. 29jaa 'I '' tudn to this office. 28Jan. %t.a. Gents' clothing cleaned; pressed and |j I m for Mobile Ala. r
st short notice short notice., No. 11,1West Leave Pensaeol Tae.daj. 8:20 '
Mrs, T. J. Prop. Your pat- on : 5ust repaired on n.
Davis property
sonal NORMANS PILLS received I three keys, .Jao 10th.f .
fonaga solicited satisfaction guaran J.W. Dullard; upstair Safes! Safes! Safes! LOST-Beech Government St. Pensacola Fla. : m.. for St. Andrews. UtllviUe; Ap*.
; Terms easv. I 55.COO Compound Cathartic. For Reward for return to Journal office. Carrabelle and Intermedlat
teed. Careful attention given ladles' "SI!:: South Palafox: St.. Phone. 1144 5D sa'e:' at The Alligator and. Wet End f T 27janlw Idee '1&Calcola.
'rI Diebold'Safes .
Sdeclm polnta.I I
foments phone 1222. !
I J Saloons._ISaovln 1 STOLEN:from E--a--Qulna.'s-zes: SAILMAKER. I For additional Jaformatlon! apply t-J
QlICK DELIVERY Hauling of all UNLIM1TEDamOUnS or money to loan I Bajlen and J. H. PORTER. 'sallmaker, 716 South J. R SAUNQSatS
.. Grsgory
I FOR SALE-One No 3 A Eastman Scarritt Moreno dep.ce., corner: I j-
kinds:: furniture all kinds of personal Palafox street. Orders taken for It. COBB. Fmidtnt.Gen. -
solicited; moving of on I folding pocket ko.fak; a bargain Apply a Tribune bicycleUberal reward for B.
specialty East Hill Transfer Co. Special rates! to business men propertJ'j to E. L. Reese, 124 S ,Palafox' its retuiiu Nb questions asked. tents, awnings camp, stools and house Fit. and Pass. Aft.Penaacola .

Residence Phone 454: office Phono leans. The New York Loan street 6Jo. Agent 24ja"nlw, l cots, etc. '_reasonable.,, 31Jan. ,

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.. BUCK You've 'often seen thIs expression 1 in connection with Iu8
7. unexpected death of a young man.


are easily made, but th* Would lx: a, great bulwark to the old people at such I

proof of the, pudding is in :MOBILE; '; ALABAMA. time;: Young man, insure today!

the eating of it. 'When Itt GAME MEETING .,/, .-4' Insurance, .. Knowlcs' Bros. Gen.! Agts

comes to .. MARKETS I I Fire. Life. .. Pensatola

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CLOTHESGOODNESS Defeated the Y, M.: C. .A. Juniors first Meeting of the Reason Was .. -t4-4 J 6avX3nahHGa 1 NavafStore&-.. Jan. 20.-The naval :- a ::sm. ;:: 11nti

Chamber'of A high class product stores a'k closed: ,today ,follows:
Saturday bythe Score of Held, Commerce ,that,has won great.favor WW,, ..' .\1 .*.. .;. ..; -.4.615 NeACOLAI /
\VG.. .. ,;. .. '.I .. ..:.....CIO l
:, we'll put our Hart, 28 to 10. Rooms. vim Gives snap,life., N .. ... .. .. .. ...,'..' ... ,. ,,585 I Iron Works and Supply ..Co. \
. ,. 'Schaff & :Marx All-Wool ., p M .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..5 35
i .. Tailored Clothes. for Men :( A'pure Gin' of teal merit K ... :,, ..- .. -.. .. .. .. .. ..5 10 Manufacturers and Repairers of ;

!t. (i against the whole field. The basket ball played Satur A meeting of thg Pensacola Touris\ that you will appreciate. r... '.. ..' .. ... .. ..' .. .. ..4 40 1 MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;
. than day between the Juniors game of the Pensa- Club was held *t the Chaaab: of Commerce I Try jt today. : H.. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. '.. ..3 81 : FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES =
We'll stake our more cola ClassIcal' School and the Y.'M. C. rooms in the Salisbury building G.. ..: ,. ..I:. .. .. .. .. .:....3 65 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
a quart of a century'sreputation '.3 F.. :. ... .. .. .. ..3 60
- A. Juniors resulted in i score of 28 too on West Government street at ALL GOOD DEALERS SELL IT -,] : ,. ; Prompt attention given to all orders, day or aigUL Agenti (
t on them-and In favor of the Classical School boys. o'clock on Friday afternoon :Major C. E.. .. .. ..:.. .. .. .. .. .. ..3 55 for James McK T & Co.'s celebrated L.og.and Timber Dogs &U0 i
: they've never failed us. This was the firs game the Classical B. Lewis vice; president, presiding. D.. .. ..' .;, '.. .. ... .. ... ....3 50 I Chains of,descriptions.. ;
"Your money back"* Is boys have won thb ,.season. The. line The attendance was most gratifyingto "B&B" AtlantaESCAII1' C.. .. :;. :.. .. .. .. ... .. .,.347% Office Phon 123.' PHIL' WITTMAN, Mgr ..
" the guarantee that'll satisfy up was as ,follow; the officers and those members of Spirits Turpentine 65 ,cents. .., .Residence P'tone 1029- P. O. Box 12i 2t .
f to P. C. S. -, Y. M. C. A.Hshman the duo of last year.who have returned m : :: 'S.-s. "\.
you. 1112.50 .. .. ...R. F.. ..' ..Brawner to Pensaco'a! to spsnd the present Pensacola Cotton Market.C. .-
i 12250. Raincoats,. $12 to Qulna..L. F..; .. .Barrow winter about ,one hundred and fifty '. Gunter: Elmore, F. O. B.'cotton '- .. ...

; : ?%8. Skinner. .. .....C... .. .. Young ladies ,and gentlemen. having attended broker :gives the following quotations
. .. )iaz.. .. .. .'. ..L G... Ainsworth the meeting .OYSTER I for January 29:
Sibley..It G... H., McCaskill No business,of a specific nature,,wa3ransactai DEPOT.' 'Good Middling.. .. .. .. .. ....11% r\;\ .siiy. I
t, '. but Miss McKee of. Fair- Phone 1210. Strict Middling .. .. .. .. .. ..11 ( 6 COMPANY
BASKET BALL GAME bury Ill.. the secretary, read the con- Fine Perdtdo Bay Plant-and Escanv Middling.. ,. ..' .. .. .......' ...10% ,
titution and by-laws for the Inform bin Strict Low,,Middling .. .. .. ...10%
I t The John White Store NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT lon of those present, who were jiot Oysters at reasonable prices. Low Middling .. .. :. .. :.. ..10% '
-The Classical -School -and its ad members of the club last year, which C. Tabarras & Co. : COMMISSION BROKERS I IH
t Sp.cIaIial la *..,,'. Wear. mlrers'ar, enthusiastic over the announcement resulted in the accession of quite -a AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS p

:. 205-207 S. Palafox Street. game for next ot FrIJay another night basket between ball ship.number It of was new,therefore names to dsclded the member-to per. Florida and l Alabama Liverpool Cotton Market.ClomJ4n. I WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. \i iI /

Phone 225. the P. C. S. team and the team of the petuate the club and a meeting was ..Feb...................................6-93 I
University Military :school of Mobile. called: for next Friday ,afternoon. at Feb.-M1 r...... ..............................5.OSAprll.
This time the P. C. S. boys will meeta :3 o'clock at the Chamber of Commerce LAND COMPANY M ...- .................................5M Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and Chicago. i ii
team that is more jn their own class which, all of.the tourists In April My .....:.............'i....;.r.......'.599 I ,
than 'they have yet played but-hey the-city ,will attend. Manufacturers of May-June........................... ......._'.6.01 1
will have to plaY'a clever, swift gameto and Dealers In .........;.......... ..... 6.03JaljAOiput. : 1I
defeat the visitors. LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN .....:....'.'...............;.....:;6.01 i OTTONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS j jv
VITAL STATISTICS. GLES AND ,KIL'N-DRIED SAP.. Aarut-September ".,.. ,.............5.i1.
The School is :
: Morris Dannheisser University Military a ptomber-Ociober( ............ ......6.t; preparatory school and the age and Marriage Licenses, Births 'and Deaths ... andSoldon for
... ::1.119. I Bought : Margin or Investment. :
(Formerly Dannheisser T3ros) size of the players of the two teams Reported During Past Week. farember-DMember ....................... i
Pure; Old Rye and Bourbon Fine should b-j about the same. Both 'Following are the vital statistics Jeeember..Ja-U&r7 ......... ........';....... 5'or
:.4 Wines.' Beer and 'Tobacco. teams: are, working hard and will be of the past, week, as, reported to the SHIPPIN.BNEArrived. LtTerpoo'Spoa 6.11 I; ; .Reference:, First.National! and Peoples Blots Phone 11 73 *
: in the pink of condition 'when the ,
Old mCk city ,and eounty authorities. '
; Whiskey MySpedalty game Is called. The game will be White ..' New York Cotton Market ..................................0...............": .
12. W. ZarragoMa Street ..a'
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. doubt fought it from will beginning be one of tha to end mostercit and no girl Births; A.-Witw Rufus.ll Vickefy and wife'and, :acboy wife;,C.a Ja ...,. Open 1115 Higi 11.U'! Low 10.115 10-14-97 Clot ...'...........................-..-.'...............": .

ing yet played in Peaiacdla.Basket Thiesen and wife: a.boyr H. K.'Davis Yebruary'................ ..... ..... ...... .1' ecn
ball 13 steadily gaining.favor and wife, boy Henry Miller and Gracia. Span ss/Ruiz. 2122 Llyerxx M rch................1125 11.25 10.95 1003-10 i
a ; via Cuban Transit
xx> to Gulf .
in Pensacola. and shows : April. ,. Cohi
every game
4ICJLLQTcxpRu wife, a girl. ; J| ........... 11.38: lies 111011.25-27'
ths: skill qatcknsss and intelligence Co.Beta y. With Gas WaterheaterYou
f. that is required of the succpsful play. Klotzke.Deaths-c. Thiesea Jr.. .arah; Pensacpla Ger Lumb&%, Berg'KCo.Wermland 1018.. Cardiff, to Jane.July..,.. .1L43.... .lila.11,23= 11.31-35. a f

ers. It Is' by far the most interesting .... I .
Marriage Licenses-Albert S. Mack Ger ss, Anderson. .1473, .AuguaI.---- -
i PRPAID Indoor game and is so simple and Fanny Kelly, Paul Clark and. Mary, Tamplco Pensacola Lumber' Co. September. ,-.. .
t that the' first game will be ap/ easily Marquis :- Ootob.r------------1i.5: 11.56 11.40 ii 49-19; have hot awter ready-no.tIresome wait after i
.\ understood and appreciated by the ChaffinColored.. Sailed. No "mber.......... .... .....' ..... ...... always ia
: spectators 3'S' if rhey were practiced Bauffshh-e,. Ital. bk. Marchers. :888Liverpool. December................ .... .... .... : meals for: dishwater to heat; the bath ready at an I
Deaths-Berry Ledbetter. child 'of
_- players Nellie Williams Tony Washington : !O' L ':. New York Spot. 11.50 .. }hour.'It! :)'is an ideal'home, comfort and one which you : a
: The Classical School boj's. are determined child of.Jam ; and Mary Thomas W. VESSELS IK f'ORT. New Orleuu Spots, 1 1}(, i would not. do. without for ten times the money after once 13

IQ15 to win this game and are already A. Le e. Mrs. Millie Haynes. 'I Ste.m'P8Beta. Chicago Grain Market. "in' use. Will be glad to have you call and see how they *

making preparations to entertain Marriage Licenses-Charley Sims Ger ss, Berg 1019, Stettin to Wheat :;--:: ere, operated. .. .5a
the crowd that is expected will and Viola Jackson.' Pensacola Lumber::. o.Gracia. I, OPen. High .:Low Close r .. ",#\ f f' f' '"
turn out to cheer them to victory. Span-ss, fioiz.: 2021. Cienfu- ]lat I" _......84 84'i S4 i WJnly r7L ., ." .. :. .. ,. t. Ii. n... \.. -1 t. : IcI
They play one more game here',witha REMAINS OF MRS. HILBURNTO gos. to Gulf Transit Co. .-82# .83S .82?, ta" ; } :
: visiting, team and will end,thsir season ARRIVE' HERE TODAY Ilelsmberg. Swedes Sciel, 1423, 0
with a trip to Mobile and New. '
Orleans playing In both cities. The remains of Mrs. Elizabeth B. L. Huera. : 1. Corn. Pensacola.Gas: Company \
Hornfelo -
;- per ss, j; Newman 1475 Open High Low Cloie :
41 S The 1 boys earnestlY.hop'e for a larga Hilburn. who expired Sunday: will Vera Cruz to The Wm. S. Keyser Co: 1aa1'.U 41"- 437i 4&. ', .. .
crowd Friday night and their hard reach ,Pensacola this afternoon at 4 Kirkawood, Br sl.L:1rson..2095.London July_.41! t44li ..:' 4.<" 44J} Phone 148.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
practicing ali well as .the quality of .
o'clock from /Tuscaloosa. and will be '
'I. it.the game they are playing! deserves taken' to the home: of the' daughter of Kings wofd. Nor '$: Olsen"> 1209. New. '(ork Stock Market. .....,.._ ....._.It.- ._._... ...............-....................... 0.
deceased.I Mrs. Geo. L. Pritchett on Havana tp S. P.. Shelter Co. S S Open' Close I .
.. ........... .' .-'_ -, -r-T------- "";; -, 7- f ;: '7. >::," '
't t CHAS. BL M.&CO Hemberg street. Secunda Br ss,. Donnelson 1309Tenereiffe Southern..Pacific: ....-. 63: 111 63* ...........,.4........".....e.....H.84. +... 4.....4t
517 Outtlnx a Cameo.It iMrs Hilburn is the mother of Engineer Copper .11H' r
t- AND. 519 WSST BAY ST.. to The W. S. Keyser Co.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.V Is said that the stone from which Hilburn and has many friends Venus, Br ss, Edmunds, '2017 Wes A. 8.R..' 14<*;. 147 i I' .
....... ... ,,
Atch 834 1iA
cameos' are cut-oiiyr and sardonyxis fn this city where she is well known Hartlepool "'t 0
------ --- j! : :B-., 1W1, 1M Our Butter Eggs and Produce
so plentiful on the Uruguay river, and Jiked ? i Vivina.Jc, n ss, Bjnstlnza. 19'83. Liverpool Rift: .T..r, 9,*, .tfi j .
t GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST in Brazil that ships often take it awayas The body-will remain at the home of to ,Gulf Transit Co. B. A 0 ...... 116' lU'i! 11.LI
:;; SUITED WITH A ballast. Nevertheless perfect piecesof Mrs. Pritchett 'untIl ths hour of tne Wsrmland, Swed as, Anderson 1472. Erie.. .. .'......*.. 49"!i 44'C.FI. 1 : Suggest:ths rolling meadows the country farm and the f?r. J LII
large size are costly, a piece< suit funeral which has not yet been set. Tampico to Peqsacolai Lumber So. .. V":9 78% tile field These things are being received almost daily and .

CERTIFIED CHECK able for a large portal costing u much C ,:'I h'' S.. U.S.IT.8...preferred.. 111 44}$ 10bg 431C! : : coma; from farms at know how to produce them almost to a
as $75. This stone is preferred for Avon Ital ship Avegno 1601 Genoato fls.-. Sy!{ t3 ,perfection. Like 'all things in this: Excellent *
i Sc CIGAR. cameos because of its hardness and Rosasco Bros. L.Ii N. IW'i:! IWiId 5 *. I

f All the qualities of fia for,aroma durability antf Is suitable for such' work A Fair Chanceis Casanova Ital bk" ,," "Avegno 1069. 8W< 83'$ Stock of Groceries ; 1'
,-color and gool'materlalls owing to the fact that it comes in lay- Genoa. : I.C .' 177'i 176Met. :
embodied in It. ( ers of contrdBtinjf: color 'as black and! Elvira. Port ship, Rodriques 1488 ..."..'..125 inCan.F&c. S- They are fit for the best tables and will be appreciated by 4
white black and cream or red and all we ask In order to 'demonstrate Lisbon to order. .. m i 1694! ,those: who, know, ,what!):! is. Quick delivery. Will *
A. Greenhut & Co. white. When the cut figure is sunk into the wonderful merit of Hosteller'sStomach 5ara. P.O N.T.O.. 151V4 99 i 14 8RTD'O i: .be:glad to'have'your order. *
'. DISTRIBUTORS. the stone instead being raised the Bitters in cases of Stomach Adele, Swed'lIk., Janse, 596 Havana. .. 146 1394Bt ; .
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. cutting is called an intaglio. The cost Liver or Bowel disorders. You'll be Due Cuigini Ital, bk, Olivarl, .1258. .P.. 187'4 1841i' i 14WGurden, I A CJX/The Popular *
agreeably surprised and wonder why Genoa to order! I LAZ
2I M F\\ \J D T Ii
of these gems Is due to the time and B. i Phone 183 *J t; rocer.
suffered when the _
jou so long medicine Killceaa, :lan. bk, Pedersen, 765. 8 B. 41aT. ,. *&>, J
skill work.
tlICKS' In Formerlya .
required the to cure'3'ou was within reach. Bahal. .C. L. 1W* 15o ?+...4.....4.+++................ .++.++. ...........M
small gem might occupy an artist fora Provldenza, Ital bk Olcese. 1185. Penn ...... 14514 143li -
CAPUDINE, '-- -- -- -- -- -- ---- -
I year or more but with modern appliances 1IOSTITTLR'S4STOMACH Tonio. Ital bk. Tonino. 1032. Genoa., U. P.,.... *.- 1M 153'>
IMHCDIATU.T CURCSI the work can, be done much Genoa to'master;" 2 market seemed: disposed to take somenotrcs I'C

HEADACHESBreak more rapidly. :Still the ancient work BITTERS Thomas, ItaJ k./Lano. 803 Naples Ausley & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. of' the weakness, on this 3i'de VVOOD:
t *up COLDS bears the palm for artistic excellence.! Venadis.: Npr :b1>U, Pettersen. Maran... Nsw. Yoik, Jan. 2D.-''Liverpool was and values were :sold down some two '
,, INSYOIIUOVP.STrW 'The cutting: Is now, \done by holdingthe is the only medicine you need to cure ban to order: *t *, somewhat better than was expectedthis or. thre po'nts! further' before> the close.' All kinds that you want.
Our markets opened
Bonk Me. Al ttntfm stone Against .', revolving drill Poor Appetite, Flatulency, Heartburn; _Schooners.. morning. coming only one point seemed a points
better and values somewhat
; whose" :soft steel face'is covered with Indigestion Dyspepsia Chills,! Colds Horatio L. Baker.. Am sch,. Mohr down on spot. with futures 2 to 3 I. ;; !

diamond dust No steel f is hard enoughto Grippe, Costiveness or Billiousness. ., 20. Lagua to.J, A' lferritt & Co.. points business tower done., cables sal's reporting of srots a on good tae I steadier for but New on Ihs' Orleans posting ami of Houston1 khe't*rtimates OAK AND PINEcheaper

cut the stone. The utmost patienceand
----- I for tomorrow combined 20.500 to 22-:
'-- report'biing bales Later
first 12,000
caution and delicate handling are A Card. 500 there was another! rush of weak than you,. car. buy
required as the slightest' slip mayf be This Is to rtifyT4hat all druggist. on Cables reported that the EnglishcOFFEE longs 10 cover and the bar contingent It anywhere. Any size you
fatal to the work. are authorized to1 refund your mone took advantaga of this to ham want.
UNDERWEARFOR if Foley's HoneT and,Tar fails to cure
your- cough or cold. It stops the mer prices still lower. .
Jfvrrjr te the Lad. r flEEDS 1'1 cough heals the lungs'' and prevents There 'was absolutely no evidence I E. G. SEWELL
It was the 21st'of April, 1821. Dr. 1. serious results from a.cold. Cures' la whatever of any support from any
THESEASON F. Frank the eminent governor of the grippe cough and prevents pneumonia quarter! the big bulls of both exchanges
stood quietly by and watch. ,4.
University hospital. Vienna lay on his and consumption Contains no ''opl.
deathbed and was expected every moment WHICHSUCCEED ates. The genuine' is In a yellow We'are the PioneerS ed the decline without any apparent
to pass away Once more the package. Refuse 'substitutes. W, A. concern as to'how low the bears JAPAN
. TO 2
Coffee Roasters ofWest might 'carry it.. It looks to us like si I
medical men of the D'Alembert,. druggist and
, eight leading capItal apothecary, there might"be 60m' concerted actionon Under roperor mansginentcxeeptial l
gathered round his couch. All at Florida. advantages Fall Tours Around th* W orld.
once the patient.'burst out laughing. F. &.A. M. their part-to teachnhe-cotton growers Annual Oriental Cruise in fcobruary. *T'>
the lesson that could not gram NFref',
Warm days In winter A regular communication they
of P.nssa-
4 maka necessary lignt "What friends is inquired."A it that tickles. your fancyVhis cola Lodge No. 42, F. & A. M.wifl get along without "' the professional FRANK C. CLARK,96 Sway New York
be held Thursday night. All member McHUGH'SBLENDS speculator no 'matter. what their power
Underwear while cold
story has Just come Into my
are may
requested to be'Present and vIsit;
t. raw weath runs Into mind" was the reply., "On the battlefield .
r you
When You ing brethren iiMnfoav By order of Statistically the market should be
; the heavier Underwear of "Wagram lay a French; soldi>rand Buy, T. EL HARVEY, W.M.B. 'have no equal A trial in a much stronger; position! than for
that keeps the warmth of counted his wounds a"re bleu: Get the Best.. M., SOLOMON Secy '";', some time past.. !Ihe long element is Basket Ball
he x .laImed." "It takes eight bullets to will convince the con- almost entirely eliminated. inquiry
the body in .
aud you comfortable kill a French' grenadier/ Gentlemen Ii's the Cheapest In the End. NOTICE. from abroad U increasing daily of-
and cozy. We there 'are eight of you"too." Thus bespoke This is to certify that the Ferry nolsseur- that we ferings of within: or 5 points of the

have both the light and and,expired in a fit.of laughter. Pass Inspectors and Shippers Association mko, extravagant price at wihch the January option is
f heavy Underwear and are not responsible for the felling bring frequent showng' that Friday, Feb. 2, 1906.

a the best that can be haJ The Original. landreth'sNew following boom receipts of their; inspection claims. the future market plainly a manipulated -
I = : Receipt No.' 1347. of G. D. one\ for some purpos that is not
; for 50 cents the garment. Foley &: Cd.. Chicago I originated Robbins; receipt No:';.1348 of Feafgi plain to_ us. Under: legitimate! conditions University. 'Military School,
Others of better !qualityfor Honey and Tar as'' throat and lung and HasKgll; receipt No.1296- of Chas: Wholesale' and RetailGROCERS pots, must come doan or futures A Mobile Ala.
75 cents and $1.00'': remedy, &nj on account of the great Snowdens.. Ferry,:Pass Inspectors go'up. This stats of affairs cannot ,
: merit and popularity of. Foley's Honey and, Shippers Association' 'by J T. last; spots selling at such premiums vs.
and Tar many imitations are offeredfor Crop Harper. Pres. "3an281m over MIre, for: such a length I S .
WISH YOU WOULD SEE OUR i the genuhe. These worthless Imitations f Pensacola Classical School
of time was nev before known, and
hare similar sounding names. >.> 'i"fM ",,, ,
z. : and all 'kinds of'Feed' such ..conditions cannot, possibly ,egret ;Crn.- -' a
UNDERWEAR LINE. Beware'of them., The genuine Foley's *' : much longer. Just a short time ago Gymnasium of Classical School, GO?.
Honey and Tar is lc & yellow pack. Just Received. .* TERSELY TOLD 0 Stuffs.Pluto .
"f cotton was selling a cent a pound Streets.
N. Palafox and DeSoto
age. Ask for }It and refuse any substi BUSINESS LOCALS.. '
t thau present yet the is
higher at crop On Car Line.
tute. W. A. D'Alemberte druggist .
.. S just as ehort today it was then.the
and apothecary. C..I'!.
-' Water spinners just as bare of supplies and ADMISSION, 50 CENTS.
: CREW NOTICE I McKlpzle Oertlog' f Oa.; whole**!i the country just if prosperous.' Thee
I and'reUtt ship 'cha'-! and grocer. conclusions lead us to the belief that
.H. 0. ANSON 'Ntither 'the captain own W A. .D'Alemberte the only .first-class osVot. the .kla<4 the decline :Is unwarranted, and that would bg held for 15 cents and tin
a ers nor "consignees. of the : In Pensacola.. .Faif KCf4 to alL > Wholesale and Retail. legitimate conditions,must prevail and such decline\; as ths: would precip
Br. ,ss, KIrkoswald. will be "' ." things right themselves sooner or lat. tate the selling both of futures: am
CASH CLOTHIER, responsible, for debts contracted :Druggist nd$ Apothecary, C. 'V. ,TIOMPSONbsatopezjefresh .! Orieans er.' The, heavy estimate for tomorrow actual cotton. anJ the final cl"*nu.\ .'
.- by the, crew' of said 109. Une, of. *>eauti i#>ox .papersuitable ;: New Grocery Co. receipts looks very much like the along these lines may |Put tb "ul)
Comer Palafoz tod Mal, vessel. ,F fqr VrisWsEesentztlsocrepe Interior Is. selling what little cotton clique: In the position they ha\. be--n.!
; LASSEN. I mSwthPalifuStTHf, papers, Psseorfont 'plctnr* Jas McHugh they, have left, and this Is' lnd *d no' looking for without ths danger of la
3.. P.. 'SHOTTER onSI COCaptain.: : : .' binding. porses.-CbriatBSta: te surprise to us. for 'wa never Ar one I ing U9 new crop with a lot of actual

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