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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 11 1905 I
A Solemn Duty
A solemn duty which we owe society our children and our
selves is that nothing which can be done to assist nature
at that time when our wives are to become mothers
should be left undone Of all the countless details to bp
observed at such a time no single one is of more
importance than the bodily welfare of the expectant
c mother she must not experience undue suffering
through any lack of effort on our part
MOTHERS FRIEND
i fe the recourse of all real men and women at such times it is
ainabte and it is a positive crime not to procure it Its offices
ax the muscles and tissues intimately associated in this greatest
1 > r < ators phenomena nd by simple external applications a result
J which at appointedtime permits the mother to undergo her
r rr with fortitude and bring into the world a child worthy of its
3 51 oo all druggists Our book 1 Motherhood sent free
CRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ca
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rCGocdman Geo Arnsperger
STANDARD
CLOTHING COMPANY
THIESEN BUILDING
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ED V PRICE 4 COS beau
1 IIP of Woolens for Spring
S miner They comprise I
> > new creations in Tropl I
s i ting Silk Mixed Wors 1
Homespuns Crashes Cas
t and Bhie and Black
Clay Worsted Unfinish
R S sad Worsteds Vene
Thlbets etc If you have
T giving your clothing bust
° o the oatoftown tail
wc can give you a much
r selection to choose from
iodides it will be made in
cst and one of the largest
shops in the world
dale and se the line Fit
nmteed
R K WHITE
V ilc nakcr Manufacturing Jew ef
nd Graduate Optician
13 E PaJafor Street Pensacola Fls
TERSELY TOLD
r > of Hrs x l W Loveless will
> know that she is quite sick
u > me OB X Hayne street
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Harlan of Lockhart Ala a
lum rHtaa was in the city
i y on x short business visit
Curry of Hattiosburg Miss
a incss visitor to he city yes
Who registered at the Mer
1 MforiU of Ohipley one of the
i r crizseae et that place was
0 red guestpf the Merchants
4
Oliver we has returned to
l la from Live Oak Fla will
nt the Statz Lumber Oo of
k m his city
S B Dis man and Mrs J A1
rott of Barbourville Ky are
r L he visitors in the cO ty who are j
Id guests ot the Escambia i
Feaster Gracia which entered 1
> from Liverpool via Cuban
Bought in a cargo of 400 tons
c ° nee ore consigned to the
C T ansit Company
I
1 PMl of Chipley Fla one of
v h dan comitys roost prominent
4 and wool growers was in the
rday on a visit to iis son
on the trataiBg ship Hartford
I
ivany friea4e of Police Officer
r B nM dais who feas bees off
d I count of ilteess for the past
ok were pleased to see him
> w or Paiafos street beat again
T h morning
F Perkins of CeatHry was in
t terrtay ei rtHrte home from
hero he had beeR for several
t c J his aotber who is suffer
1 a stroke of paralysis The
KNOWLES CHOSEN
AS PRESIDENT I
IS NOW AT THE HEAD OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK SUC
CEEDING FC BRENT
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The annual meeting of the stock
holders and directors of the First Na
tional Bank was held yesterday when
officers for the ensuing year were
chosen
chosenm H Knowles was chosen as pres
ident of the big banking institution I
succeeding F C Brent who estab
lished the bank and has since served
as its president
The officers elected were as follows I
PresidentWm H Knowles i
VicePresident and Cashier WtK
Hyer Jr
Assistant Cashier Thomas W
Brent
Assistant CashierW N Roberts
Directors F C Brent Wm A
I Blount Wm H Knowles D G Brent
and W K Hyer Jr
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I BAY EXCURSION SATURDAY
I The Ladies Missionary Society of
I the Presbyterian Church will give an
excursion Saturd3 betW en the hpurs
of 1230 and dark going as far as the
< mouth of the Escambia river and stop
ping on the return at historic Gull
Point
It was at this place that the first
legislature of Florida convened and
was often visited by Andrew Jackson
It is now the site of a model turpentine
i still The boat the name of which
will be announced later will leave
Palafox wharf promptly Tickets 50c
Refreshments at reasonable prices
JUDGE LANQRUM NAMED
AS A DELEGATE
Judge Jas R Landrum has been
named as a delegate by Governor
Broward to the National Good Roads
Convention which is to meet at Jack
sonville on January 1920 and 21
This Ts among the first appointments
to be made by the new governor in
Escambia county
I The governor has also appointed E
iC Thompson of this city a notary
l public for the state at large
CITY TAXES
I Tax Payer Call at
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once and pay your
taxes and save pay
i ing interest
I N McK Oerting
1 Tax Collector
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BAY EXCURSION SATURDAY
The Ladies Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian churcn will give an
excursion to Gulf Point Saturday Jan
i uary 14 the steamer leaving wharf
at 1 p m and returning about dark
I Will stop at turpentine still on return
trip Refreshments at usual rates
Fare 50 cents round trip Sjan6t
f
lady is still in a very dangerous con
I dition
Judge Aleck Boarman of the Unit
ed States court who has been in
Louisiana forseveral weeks returned
to the city yesterday afternoon and
will hold court here during the next
few days
The fire department had a call yes
i terday morning to the home of Mrs
Hale No 806 East Wright street
where a small fire hi startou on the
roof The blaze was extinguished
I with but little damage
QysRe mber the Fall Name
tive B om gmnine pit on every
fees 25c
a ior Grip i Zy
1 + + A n
Three Car Loads I
SUCkeyeBUggies
Studebaker Buggies and
< 3 > Studebaker Wagons
have just been received and can be seen at our
warehouse 15 E Garden street These wagons
and buggies are the best made an are fully
guaranteed
t Pensacola Buggy Worsk
57
15 East Garden Street Phone
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yy
THE SEARCH
COMMENCES
CHAS A CHOATE APPOINTED TO
HUNT FOR THE WATER COM
PANY FRANCHISE
The search for the original fran
chise granted the Pensacola Water
Company will commence this morning
when Chas A Choate will take the
half dozen or more trunks filled wifih
city ordinances and papers to one of
the rooms In the fire headquarters
building on Garden street and com
mence the hunt 1
Mr Choate was yesterday appoint
ed by the water committee to begin
the search for the document or rath
er to index and classify all city rec
ords and keep an eye out for the wai
t I company franchise If the fran
chise is found it will prove whether
or notthe records of the city contain
ed in the minutes of the meeting have
been falsified i
There was no suitable place where
the work could be done around the
city hall so it was decided to take
the many trunks to one or the vacant
rooms In the second story of the fire
headquarters building where Mr I
Choate could work conveniently and
without interruption
The employing of some party to in
dex and classify the records was au
thorize at a recent meeting of the
city council but It will require many
weeks to complete fhe work i
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IMPORTANT MEETING OF
ESCAMBIA RIFLES TO BE HELD
An important meeting of the Es
cambia Rifles will be held tonight at
the armory when matters of much
interest to the command will be con
sidered
The company has been recruited to
the full strength allowed by the law I
and frirthermore the members are
taking much interest In the drills I
The growth of the company during
the past year has been something
which could hardly have been expect
ed When Captain Landrum assumed
command the membership was small
but little interest being taken and the
command deep in debt Now the
company Is recruited to its full
strength much interest shown In
every meeting and with a nice surplus
in the treasury
HOOK AND LADDER TRUCK
WILL GO INTO COMMISSION
I
The hook and ladder truck which
has been undergoing repairs for the
past three months will go into com
mission today andd with the new
equipment which has been added is
practically as good as new
The truck some months ago was
smashed In collision < with a telegraph I
pole and later some of the ladders t
were destroyed in the Winter Rest
fireThe
The truck has a complete new
equipment of improved ladders and
will be of service for years In the de
partment
C L 1 TEAM DEFEATS
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THE SILENT FIVE BOYS
One of the most interesting basket
ball games to be played during the
se on occurred jast night when the
C L I and Silent Five teams meta
The two teams are about evenly
matched and each man played the
game for all it was worth The final
score was 23 to 17 in favor of the C
L I boys
Thursday night 4ne C L I and
Armstrong teams will meet and this
will be another interesng event in
basketball circles
Imperfect Digestion
Means less nutrition and in conse
quence less vitality When the liver
fails to secrete bile the blood becomes
loaded with bilious properties the
digestion becomes impaired and the
bowels constipated Herbine will rec
tify this it gives tone to the stomach
liver and kidneys strengthens tho
appetite clears and improves the com
plexion infuses new life and vigor to
the whole system 50 cents a bottle
Sold by all druggists
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AMUSEMENTS T
LAST NIGHTS PLAY
Another large crowd greeted Miss
Paige at the opera house last night
when her company presented the rural
I < y > med drama Jacks Sweetheart
I As on the opening night some very
nice scenery was used
j The company supporting Miss Paige
i is a strong one and some very clever
comedy work by O C Ruf who por
trayed the fact of Phillander Potts was
a feature The specialty work was
also well received
To nights bill will be The Great
Bank Robbery
Cured Lumbago
A B Canman Chicago writes
March 4 1903 Having been troubled
with Lumbago at different times and
tried one physician after another I i I
then different ointments and lina
ments gave it up altogether So I
tried once more and got a bottle of
Ballard Snow Linament which gave I
me almost instant relief I can cheer
fully recommend it and will add my
name to your list of former sufferers
Sold by all druggists
AMERICAN DENTIST
SUICIDES IN GERMANY
1
Berlin Jan 10Dr Alonzo H Syl
vester Emperor Williams American
dentist committed suicide here to
day He shot himself through the
head Jn his bedroom I
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No Venezuelan Trouble
Paris Jan lOThe Venezuelan fe
gatlon has given out a denial of the
reports circulated in Europe that com
plications between the United Stat s
and Venezuela are imminent
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PRElNVENTORY SALE
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Our inventory time is here and we must take stock but before so doing we
want to reduces our stock as much as possible and in order to accomplish same we
will for ELEVEN SAYS give a discount of
1 20 PER CENT <
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off on every dollar Take into consideration the LOWNESS of our regular prices and
then TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT from that Why its SIMPLY STUPENDOUS Our en
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tire stock goes nothing reserved
Read These Prices and Youll See the Great Saving Made
I1 nfl SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF
1 00 NOW 5 60
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SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF
6 50 N rfw 50
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60 0 SHOES 20 PER CENTOFF 4 80
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5 50 SHOES NOW 20 PER 0 CENT OFF 4 40
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SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF
5 00 NOW i 4 00
SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF
4 00 oo to 3 2 0
3 50 SHOES NOW 20 PER CENT OFF P 2 80
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SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF rt
3 00 NOW of 2 40
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SALE STARTS THURSDA Y JANUARY 12th i
In
and continues until closin of Tuesday January 24th making the eleven work days If you do not need the shoes now why buy them anyway
and lay aside until you doas your money will be C good interest Remember all goods marked in plain figures select your shoes look
at the marked price take off the 20 per cent discount and you will have the present selling price No goods on approval No money re
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20 PER CENT ofs OUNT MEYER SHOE COMPANY 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
Or
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n1 1 v3 1 J J J nrnivy Feet Furnishers For Folks 102 South Palafox Street 3 1 t J
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COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
HOLD REGULAR SESSION
NEW BOARD GETS bpWN TOBUS
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INESS WITH A SNAP ANC RUSH
DR S M GONZALEZ REELECT
ED COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER
BY UNANIMOUS VOTE
The Board of County Coamission
ers met in regular session last night
with a full board Chairman Avery
and Commissioners Sennott Wiggins
Stewart and Andrews present
A petition to open a road from Fer
ry Pass to a point about ten miles
north of Pensacola was referred to
Commissioner WIggins in whose dis
trict it is
Applications from Mrs Melle Mann
and W F Lewis for pensions were
endorsed
Dr DW McMillan was reelected
county physician and County Attor
ney R P Reese was also reelected 1
It was decided to lay over all appli
cations for superintendent of the
county poor farm until next regular
meeting
The petition of Rtley M Brewton
for a license to carry fire arms or
weapons was rejected
The bond of Constable W H Smith
was accepted
The application of W H Mitchell
justice of the peace of the sixth dis
trict for some new books for his of
fice was referred to Commissioner
Stewart of that district
The applications of J E Varn and
E C Dawkins for license to carry fire
arms were granted A similar appli
MAXIMS MAXIM
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Modest Claims Often Carry More Con
I viction Than Loud Boasts
I When Maxim the famous inventor
placed his gun before a committee of
I judges he stated its carrying power
to be considerably below what he felt
s re the gun would accomplish The
result of the trial was therefore a
triumph of surprise instead of disap
pointment ae it might have been if he
had overestimated his guns efficiency
Our claim regarding Newbros Her
I picide is based on actual scientific
facts
If a living germ is causing your hair
to fall out its the most sensible thing
to kill that germ
Newbros Herpicide does this quick
I ly and effectually Destroy the cause
you remove the effect
Sold by leading druggists For sale
by W A DAlemberte druggist and
apothecary 121S Palafox Send 10
cents in stamps for sample to The
Herpicide Company Detroit Mich
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cation from Wm Nobles was laid over
till the next meeting
j Claims by Mrs Mary Beasley and
Mrs Vlolata Joker for damages ou
account of road running thrdugh their
property was referred to Commission
er Stewart
The report of the county physician
showed that there were SO inmates at
the county farm in December and that
the cost of feeding same was 7 r
cents per day for each one
The Muscogee Bridge
County Commissioner T J Holman
of Baldwin county appeared before I
the board in reference to the condi = I
tion of the bridge over the Perdido I
river at Muscogee which he said is
in a very dangerous condition The I
matter was referred to Commissioner
Wiggins who will meet with the Bald
win county commissioners investigate
the condition of the bridge and report
at the next meeting I
It was ordered that applications for
the position of road supervisor should
lay over until the next meeting as f
there was a question asto whether
or not that position becomes vacant
at this time
The bond of Constable C P Bobe
with M F Gonzalez and E Senior Sr
as sureties was approved
The clerk arM Commissioner Sen
notA were authorized to investigate
the needs of the court House clock
and the advisability of trimming tne
trees around the court house building
Dr Gonzalez Reelected
Dr S M GonzalezVounty health
officer was unanimously reelected
for the coming year Dr Gonzalez
presented strong endorsements from
Dr J S Herron and from City Health
Officer O M Pryor and also a petition
signed by several hundred citizens
asking for his reappointment The
vote for him was unanimous
Hon W A Shelby one of the old
county commissioners appeared be
fore the board with a request for the
opening of a road from Beulah through
Cantonement The old board he said
had granted the right of way and he
had opened that portion bf it lying in
his district but the other part had
not yet ben opened The matter was
referred to Commissioner Wiggins I
The board discussed in an informal i
way the matter of road building and
Commissioner Andrews took occasion
to announce that he expected some
roads to be built down in his district
so as to connect the settlement below
the navy yard with the city
Quick Disp ch
It is quite evident mat the new
board does noU Intend to hold many
of those lengthy sessions for which
f the old board was noted In thig case
it took the members exactly an hour
I and a half to dispatch the business
which has heretofore frequently con
I suined several hours and an adjourn
j meat was made at 905 by the clock
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SHOES 20 PER CENT OF
2 50 SHNoO 000 2 00
SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF
2 25 SHNoO o 1 I aD
SHOES 20 PER CENTOFF
2 00 NOW e 1 16
115 SHOES NOW 20 PER ECOt I 40
I 50 SHOES NOW 20 PER CENT OFF I 20 a
SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF
I 25 NOW r e 1 00
SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF O
I0 NOW BOc
SHOES 20 PER CENT OF
15c NOW 6Uc
50c SHOES 20 PER CENT OFF NOW40c s
DECREASE IN THE DEATH < <
RATE DURING PAST YEAR
ALTHOUGH THE POPULATION Or
THE CITY HAS INCREASED
THERE HAS BEEN LESS SICK =
NESS AND DEATH THAN IN 1903
Although the population of Pensa
cola increased to a large extent during
the year 1904 reports compiled by City
Clerk Shine upon requgst f of City
Health Officer Pryor how a big de
crease in the death rate as well as li
the number of cases of sickness The
report for 1903 shows that there were
336 deaths while in 1904 there were
only 294
This speaks volumes for the effi
ciency of the city health officer as
well as those connected with his Ide
partment and It is to be congratu
lated upon the healthy condition of
the city The two reports which show
actual conditions are as follows
Statistics for 1904
Population U S official census of
1900 17747
Estimated population 23250
Total number of deaths from all cau
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ses still births excluded 294
Death rate per 1000 of the estimat
ed population 12 J
Deaths from the following causes
Tuberculosis 31 smallpoxO varioloiil
0 typhus fever 0 typhoid fever 11
measles scarlet fever 0 diphtheria
1 membraneous cr 0 t
croup whooping
cough 0
The Report for 1903 R
Population U S official census of
1900 17747 i
Death rate per 1000 of estimated
population 1493
Estimated population 22500
Total number of deaths excluding
still births 330
I Deaths from certain diseases as fol
lows Typhoid fever 15 tuberculosis
36 smallpox 0 varloloid 0 typhus
fever 0 measles 0 scarlet fever 0 r
diphtheria 3 membraneous croup 0
whooping cough 1
Russians Assassinated
Marseilles Jan 10A mall steamer
which arrived here today from the X
+ Far East reported that Colonel Bog
I dbnoff of the Russian army and three
companions sent by former Viceroy
I Alexieff on a mission to Mongolia were
assassinated by natives I
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Relief for Women
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HOT SPRINGS Ass April 301903
Eighteen months siwas so completely run down
that my body ached from JJeJid to foot My back seemed
to break in two and I suffered intense painla the lower
abdomen I cotxH not afford to lay off and take a rest
and no medidnfc Ictoectme any
A friend toldmebowmnth Wine ofCardni built her
up andfldvisedjae by all means to takeit The day I took I
the first dose the recovery of my health began It was
nearly three months before I was entirely cured batat h
toe end of that timeI waa in better health than I had been for seven years r
I look on Wine ol Cardui aa the j > I
most blessed medicine that a
woman could possibly toile when r t
the feels nick and tired of life j ilTlf
OsiiaaWsrrrzsnsx CRACTAtlQtIL CIt71
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WINEoICIRDUIl
Mrs Nelson describes the condition of thousands of women That con l J
I dition comes by sl stages Usually the important function of menstruation r
is at first slightly irregular Then comes the painful periods Bearingdown
pains and ovarian inflammation follow Finally the nervous system gives way
and the whole system has become aff ted and the pains rack the body from
head to foot
Wine of Cardui is a menstrual regulator of established reputation No
woman who takes it suffers Us Mrs Nelson suffered It gives speedy and com
plete relief from the torturing menstrual agonies which are making so
many women invalids today Do not let yourself come to the pitiable
I condition Mrs Nelson describes
Secure a bottle of Winexrf Cardtii from your druggist today and
I begin treatment immediately t e a
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