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Neglect Yourself
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1 LocisviLts KT April M 1903
I I hare been Weak and sickly for the past four years
caused by Irregularity and carelessness regarding tho
ip 1 laws of health but about five months ago my condition
r became very serious I had severe backache and suffered
a constant dull pain in my bead I spent weary painful
I i days and miserable restJeas nights The doctor told me
that I must hare patience
1 His medicine did not however give me even temporary
relief and as I had been told of die curative qualities of
I Baa Ll TBOXMOX Wine of Cardui I decided to try It
k h Director I found that It relieved me of pain As mr general
health improved my other troubles were di
p BEEThOVEN minished and after five
t II XCSICIL socnm weeks use of the Wine Jk
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of Cardni I tros once il HI
I more a well and happy
I woman
tr kl WINE4QRDUI
JI Wine of Cardni regulates the menstrual flow banishes headachesJ
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I I backaches and bearingdown pains Severe headaches bearingdown
pains indigestion loss of appetite and nervousness arc symptoms of
i t female weakness and should be given prompt attention If you aro
t troubled with menstrual irregularities do not let them run OB They
1 will certainly grow into dangerous and chronic troubles Get a bottle
b of Wine of Cardui and begin treatment at once
All druggists sell 100 bottles of Wine of Cardui
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HI 4UTO CARS AND
RAPID FIRE GUNS
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TCv BE USED BY RUSSIANS FOR
I PROTECTION OF TRANS
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Chicago Feb Rapidfire guns
1 mounted on automobile cars are to be
used by the Russians for the protec
tion of the TransSiberian Railroad
Six of these cars have been ordered
by Nicholas Summerfield of Moscow a
4 representative of the Russian govern
ment who visited the Chicago automo
bile show They were ordered for im
mediate delivery and will be sent to
I Russia from Detroit within the next
two weeks
ST LOUIS AUTHORITIES
AFTER FLORIDA SHERIFF
I St Louis Mo Feb 7Papera
t I charging the chief of police of St
I Augustine with kissing a prisoner and
defying the St Louis authorities will
it Is said shortly be presented to the
governor of Florida after the matter
has been Inquired Into by a grand
jury here
II
o Philippine Railways
Washington Feb 7The president
has signed the bill authorizing rail
way construction In the Philippines
P f and conferring on the Philippine gov
ernment the authority to guarantee
ll bonds to the extent of four per cent
1 1 f on 30000000
Joseph H Manley Dead
11 Augusta Maine Feb 7Joseph H
4t Manley former chairman of the na
I tional executive committee of the re
publican party died suddenly at his
f i t homo here today
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Iprip Epidemic
1 Coming
t t Grip and Pneumonia Are Easily Escaped If
I the System Is Kept in Condition with
i Daffys Pure Malt Whiskey
0V IS THE TiM TO PREPARE
4 1 FORIT
I 1 Last winter when grip and pneumonia
10 twiere raging in New York City and hospitals
I were filled to overflowing with sick and dy
I ing thousands of cases were cured by using
f notblne but Duffys Puro Malt Whiskey
1 The doctors issued a warning that if the
f sweep of these deathdealing diseases was to
be successfully stemmed every man woman I
and chfldonthefirstappearanceof grippy
I symptoms must at once take Duffys Puro
t V Malt Whiskey as a preventive It checks
I I the symptoms and strengthens builds up
I 4 the ejstem so that it can successfully resist
I I 1 and throw off tho attacks
1 I If pneumonia and grip are not promptly
t tueated with Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey
I i consumption develops One of Jfetr Yorks
I most celfbrated physicians said he would
C rather have Duffys Pure Malt Whiskey for
I the treatment consumption than all other
medicines combined It replaces affected
tissues purifies the blood and strengthens i
4 the circulation that the congested matter i
in the lungs is promptly and thoroughly re
1 moved
Itwas decided at the Medical Convention
last summer that the only successful treat
ment for lung troubles was to fight them
right at home where they were coutracted
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T Duffys has been the great home remedy
I of hundreds of thousands during the past 50
Tears and is sold throughout the world by
ti I lruggis sand grocers 100 a bottlo It cures
j when all else fails Its a psntlo stimu
I lant and tonic free from fusel oil and all
I L other dangerous ingredients endorsed by
I ministers doctors and temperance workers
1 Send for a free copy of our medical booklet
I I Dtrffys III the only absolutely pare medic
itvalvrblikey and Ueoldln ttalcd bottfrs only
with the Od Chemist tradeBfirU Q the
I label Insist upon the retrains and rncse sub
ttltats and fnmiiatent Imitations offered by
I I tftohoncst dealers Duffy Milt Whiskey Co
Rochester Y
i EUGENE ARBONA Distributor
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LITTLE DAMAGE
IN POLK COUNTY
COUNTYi
CITRUS TREES UNINJURED AND
75 PER CENT OF THE FRUIT
SAVED
Bartow CourierInformant
The coltf weather which entered
Florida last week and continued for I
three days caused but little damage
in this vicinity
At first exaggerated accounts ofj
fruit being ruined were made but I
happily the reverse Is the truth I
True some venturesome truck grow
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ers lost small crops but as they were
merely taking chances on weather
conditions and were prepared with
protecte seedbeds for the main crop
to come later their losses were not
great j I
Some loss resulted to those holding
oranges on the trees awaiting betterj I
prices but as reports come in It is
learned that less than 25 per cent of
the fruit was injured and as one large j
grower stated I dont believe it I
harmful as I am confident thft good
prices will rule for the balance of the i
crop and no doubt more money will
be received
So far as can be learned the citrus
trees are uninjured with the possible
exception of loss of some foliage in
groves not fired I
On the whole the general condition
is favorable and far better than ex
pected I
South of Bartow in this county but
little fruit remained on the trees for
shipment while at Winter Haven Dr
Inman reports over 75 per cent of the
fruit on his trees in perfect condition
and other growers in that section give
similar pleasing news
LAST NIGHTS PLAY
Klaw Erlanger never fathered an
attraction that does not bear with It
the seal of merit and The Billion
aire is no exception to the rule in
the least It Is an attraction which
has a good reputation as a forerunner
and that assured a good audience in
spite of the very Inclement weather of
last night
There is enough In the piece to
please all tastes Like any genuine
musical comedy It must embrace a
variety of popular features which Is
demanded by the exacting public
Plenty of pretty girls graceful and
attractive good music beautiful cos
tumes dancing elaborate scenery and
good comedy What more can be de
sired
siredhe
The greatest feature is the miniature
theatre on the stage on which some
of the best specialties of the entire
I performance are given The stage is
practicable in every respect and is
equipped with all the paraphernalia
of a modern theatre The little stage
and the subaudience are in full view
of the spectators It is one of the
most realistic pieces of stage business
ever brought out in this section by
such an organization and what was
most enjoyable of all wa the original
ity of the scheme It was a deviation
from the timeworn everyday comic
opera and musical cpmedy The scene
Just mentioned offered some very good
opportunities for genuine comedy The
many complaints of the audience or
the stage and their many doings which
brought discomfort to pthers near
about was like holding up the mirror
to an ordinary audience Of course I
there was the lady with the high hat I
and then again there was the men
who found occasion at every minute
to leave their seats to the utter disgust
of those who sat near them and then I
too the parties In the audience who
flirt with the players on the stage
Well there is but one thing to say
it was realistic in the extreme
The production of The Billionaire
is a gigantic affair The company
carries tons and tons of scenery and
all of it is pretty and naw The cos
tumes appear fresh clean and bright
Thomas Q Seabrooke as the Bil
lionaire Is a success He has but lit
tle opportunity for comedy but makes
the best of all opportunities given him
The cast is an enormous one and I
every member seems to be in the right
place
VISITORS SHOULD SIGN
THE TOURIST REGISTER
All visitors to the cKy are invited
to call at The Journal office and regis
ter their names home dresses and
Pensacola address in a book which
has been provided for that purpose by
The Pensacola Tourist Club Sfeb
Tailors Wanted to erch
Gompers for Union Label
Bloomington Ill Feb 7When
Samuel Gompers president of the
American Federation of Labor finish
ed a speech cf tnirty minutes before
the convention of tailors Delegate
Herman Nehus of Pittsburg arose I
and said that there was some tfoubt as
to whether Mr Gompers was wearing
clothes with the union label and mov j
ed that a committee be appointed to
investigate Tho mouon caused a
storm of protests but Mr Gompers I
PLAN TO GET
RID OF VAGRANTS
Jacksonville Metropolis
The Metropolis lately has said much
regarding proposed legislation to pun
ish vagrants and Steve Melton rep
resentative of Duval county has pre
pared a bill similar to the Georgia vag
rant law which he will introduce when
the legislature meets and which he
says will prevent these idlers from
visiting the state
The Miami Metropolis falls in line
urging legislation to handle this class
in the following editorial
Jacksonville the dumping ground
as well as the main entrance to the
state from reports is just now in
fested with a large number of that
undesirable class of visitors commonly
called tramps These worthless char
acters wend their way southward in
tile winter months to escape the cold
of the north They have no visible
means of support and besides being a
common nuisance by begging must
necessarily do a great deal of stealing
and in that city many of the depreda
tions committed are accredited to
them and no doubt very justly
Miami gets but few of these gents
of leisure owing to its geographical
position but were it so situated they
would be among our visitors The
state has a vagrancy lawbut what it I
lacks in efficiency is augmented by the
common neglect that is given its en
forcement The law against this class
of people neeafc to be stringent more
over it needs to cover all kinds of
idleness where there is no visible
means of support and livelihood thus
reaching those who by choice refuse
to work and hang about the streets
by day week and year without work
and without money They are as
much vagrants as the common tramps
now invading our state
By such a law and its enforcement
the tramps could be kept out and the
man who lives on his wifes labors his
children and his friends be forced to
go to work or get out This matter Is
i one of importance and the state legis
lature at its approaching session
I could frame no more or beneficial law
I than one decreeing that the tramp
and local vagrant must go1
BRIDEGROOM FLED
FROM THE ALTAR
Mahoney City Penn Feb 7 Array
ed in all the glory of wedding finery
and with 200 pairs of admiring eyes
looking on Frank Vencunas refused to
take Miss Helena Haskins for his
bride in St Josephs Catholic church
here today
The bridal pair were at the altar
with hands clasped Turning to Ven
cunas the priest asked Will you
take this woman for your wedded
wife i
wifeNo
No was the reply from the bride
groom in unmistakable tones as he
tuned and fled into the street pur I
sued by several friends
Miss Haskins swooned into the arms
of her maid of honor and when re
vived was led sobbing into the sacris
ty Meanwhile friends had overtaken
the recreant bridegroom but to their
importuning he turned a deaf ear i
I wont marry her he said and
thats all to it She is a good woman
but something bids me not to wed
Vencunas is 25 years old and Miss
Haskins is 19
English Imports and Exports
London Feb 7The January state
ment of the board of trade shows an in
crease of 8169500 in Imports and
4532000 in exports
AFTER GRIPPE
Or Any Severe Sickness Our Drug
gists W H White Co Advise
Pensacola People to Take
Vinol
Every Person Rccov ring From a Se
vere Illness May be Quickly Re
stored to Health end Strength
by Vinol
I Mrs G I Partridge of Franklin
Mass who recently celebrated her
I 60th wedding anniversary writes
The grippe left me In a very weak
r ened conditionno appetite thin
I nervous and no vitality Nothing
seemed to help me until a friend
I brought me a bottle of your Vinol I
commenced to take it and It gave me
a hearty appetite my health and
strength returned until I feel like a
new creature 1 consider Vinol a won
derful medicine for any one who has
had a severe sickness it makes
strength and vitality so fast
We have never sold in our store such
a valuable strength creator and health
restorer for the convalescent as Vinol
This Is because Vinol contains in a
concentrated form all of the vital
principles of cod liver oil but with
out a drop of oil to upset the stomach
and retard its work
Vinol purifies and enriches the blooI
tones up the digestive organs and
strengthens every organ of the body
to do its work as nature intended
I We ask every person in Pensacola
who has been ill to try Vinol on our
guarantee to build them up and make
them well and strong We return
money if it fails W H White Co
druggists
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quieted the delegates and suggested to
the convention that l emis be appoint
ed a committee of one to Investigate
The convention shouted its approval
and Gompers advanced to the front of
the platform and pointing to Nehus
urged him to come forward at the
same time Opening nls coat as if to
display the label Nehus remained in
his seat and the delegates yelled In
derision Mr Gornpcrs then acknowl
edged that every article of clothing he
wore bore the union label
CLARK TALKS ON
RURAL DELIVERY
Consressmanelect Frank Clark and I
Tommus Appleyard the brilliant ed
itor of the Lake City Index arrived in I
the city today says tile Jacksonville
Metropolis Mr Clark comes to par
ticipate in The case of Jacit Bradford 1
who is charged with the murder of i
John Piummer arjd whose second trial
begins tomorrow I
Mr Applcyard is acre to make ar
rangements for a meeting of the ex I
ecutive committee of the Florida Press
Association in his city next Satur
day The committee will make out
the program and attend to other mat
tors in connection with tne convention
of Florida editors that meets this
year in Lake City j
Mr Clark has many matters of im
portance which he considering prior
to going to Washington and among
these is rural mail deliveries for his
district
I consider said Mr Clark today
that these tree mail deliveries to ho r
country people a great blessing in
many ways and I am anxious for
those desiring to have the same estab
lished in my district to write me giv
ing me particulars The deliveries are
most convenient to the people ann
besides gives employment to many de
serving men I
In Columbia county we have about
1000 per month paid to these rural j
carriers and this money of course
finds its way into every channel ofj
trade If we can get them in the six
teen counties I represent it will mean I
much for the farmer and also those I
employed by the as
government car
riers j
Mr Clark a few days ago received
a letter from the president of the I
American AntiTuberculosis League
stating that the national convention of
the league would be heltf in Atlanta
on April 17th to i9th inclusive and
expressing his desire to have Florida
largely represented Mr Clark was
delegated to appoint several physi
clans throughout his district and he I
has made his selections Those ap
pointed from Jacksonville are as fol
lows Drs L L ilomero N A Up
church Lindsay Johnson R H Dean
F D Miller 1J Stollenwerck John
B Boy J D Love E M Nolan and
J H Pittman
Mint Employes Resume Work
Philadelphia Feb 7Sixty women
employees of the United States mint
known adjusters resumed work to
day after an Idleness which began
January 1 There was no work for
them because the supply of silver bul
lion had been exhausted Tho mint
received a rush order for 300000
worth of silver coin for the Republic
of Panama This order will keop the
full force of the mint employed for at
least three weeks
German Prince Convalescent
S flL I
Berlin Feb 7Prince Eitel Freid
rich has so far recovered from his at
tack of pneumonia that no furtehr bul
letins will be issued
Dewar Sailed For Naples
New York Feb 7Slr Thomas
Robert Dewar M P the wellknown
British sportsman was a passenger on
the steamer Detitschland which sailed
today for Naples and Genoa
DIAMOND AND
GOLD WATC
GIVEN AWAY
The youngmen of the Dodo Club are
arranging to give away two handsome
prizes to the most popular lady and
gentleman In the city
The gentlemans prize is a fine dia
mond stud and the ladys is a pretty
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gold watch
The contest will be decided by popu
lar vote the votes costing one cent I
each and the vote will be counted each
night by a committee of well known I
gentlemen Ballot boxes will be placed
today at various points in the city
The prizes will be awarded Mardi
I Gras night at the C K of A hall
I where the Dodo Club will give a dance
j The young gentlemen connected
j with the contest desire the public to
know that the contest will be con
ducted fairly and on the square
LAUNCHES
We would like to state to our
many friends and patrons that Ute
I Edmundson launches have nothing
whatsoever to do with any other boats
j leaving city wharf for the Island or
I any other point of interest We would
a further inform the people of Pensa
cola that we are here to stay and are
now In a position to carry parties z
any place they wish to go at any and
all times We will be making trips
every day to the gulf passing all the
I forts also giving parties time to gather
shells Sunday February 12th will
I leave city wharf at 930 a m and 2
oclock p m Follow the crowd and
have a good time Launches CupIJ
Nancy Edna S Robert L E Phone
204 CAPT BENNIE EDMUtfDSON
W P LAZELL12 J Owner
Manager
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Tnis perfectly natural change
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in a womans life is too often ac
companied by painful distressing rJ 3 Tir 1
i symptoms due to female troubles Need Not B rti1g
and slight irregularities in her deli Suffering
cate The organism woman who passes this and Misery J4
change without the development of 1 p
tumors cancers or chronic invalid J
Ism enters a new field of happiness
and usefulness in the domestic cir
cle and in social activity Her phy
sical system should receive the
necessary assisuce at this critical S
period
bT LPichsWgetth1 Copurtd
is exactly suited to womans needs at this time It strengthens and
cures all derangements of the female organism it overcomes the hot
flashes and dizzy fainting spells and all other distressing symptoms
I Was in Bed for Three Weeks
DEAR MRS PINKHAM I suffered a great deal during Change of tHe I ftewsd
Ctsadily for eleven weeks and it made me so weak I was in bed for three wicks
I began taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound although it was agataat
my doctors will and I had to hide it I took it regularly until I had taken five bcttfae
and it brought me out all right a perfectly strong well woman Any one can teN how
healthy I am by looking at my picture and any one can write to me or my daughter
about our wonderful cures
MRS F M MUSHRUSM East Chicago Ind
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The whole secret of safety at this time of life is thorough prepara
tion before the change begins Fortify the system with a course of
Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound This wonderful medicine
has carried thousands of women through this danger period
No such helpful advice to women who are sick can be had any
where as will be received free by addressing Mrs Pinkham Lynn
Mass
Lydia E Pinkhains Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail
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NOTICE I
Educational Department
State of Florida I
Tallahassee Fla Jan 23 1905 I
In response to numerous inquiries
as to what text books will constitute
the basis of the June examination I I
take this method of announcing that
no change will be made In the books
which were used in the last examina
tion The following will give com
plete information on the subject
OrthographyReeds Word Les
sons 25 cents by Maynard Merrill
Co New York
Reading Any standard author will
answer
CompositionButlers School Eng
lish 75 cents by American Book
Co New York or Atlanta
Arithmetic Milnes Standard 65
cents by American Book Co
English Grammar Metcalfs 60
cents by American Book Co
US HistoryFields Grammer
School 1 by American Book Com
pany
Florida History Greenes or Fair
banks 125 by H and W B Drew
Jacksonville Fla
Geography Redways Natural Ad
vanced 125 by American Book
Co
i Physiology Colcmans Elements of
C90cents by The MacMIllan Co
Atlanta
Civil Government in Florida Yo
cums 50 cents by E O Painter
Co DeLand Fla
Algebra Whites School 1 by
American Book Co
Physical Geography Tarrs New
lby The MacMillan Co Atlanta
Theory and Practice McMurrays
I The Method of the Recitation 00
cents by The MacMillan Co At
I lanta
I These books may be had of most
book dealers in the state or from tho
publishers by mail post paid on re
ceipt of price Respectfully
W M HOLLOWAY
State Supt Pub Instruction
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NOTICE S
S interest on city
taxes begun on Feb
1st 1905
Beware
N MeK Oerting
Tax Collector
NEW BRANCH SINGER STORE
For the convenience of the public
Singer sewing Machine Co has
opened a branch store in the Fried
riqhsen Tailor store 34 S Palafox
street Oils needles and repairs for
Rl make of machines Machines rent
ed or sold on small weekly or monthly
payicents
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO
C N MANNING Mangr
Phone 91 Garden street office 77
Branch office
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This is PRYOR Up and Down
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Fancy Head Rice per pound 5c
f4 Fancy Japan Rice per pound 4c
I It Japan Rice per pound 3c
r1 P Irish Potatoes per peck 20c H
I fa Onions per peck 30c
1j Good Creamery Butter per po Hd 32c
I Best Tenn Butter per pound 24c
Oranges by measure peck 50c
Good Old Florida Syrup 37HtC
Pure Pork Sausage per powndl21ac
I R 1 can Extra Corn and can Peas13 0
i 1 can Tomatoes and bottle Pickles lie
I Best Grade Mince Memt 7c
Special Sale Bulk Pickles quart Se
I l 8 pounds Granulated Su < ar and
3 Ibs Pryors Blend Coffee 1100
I riri Assortment can Pie Peaches 1 J
i can Beans 1 can Corn Beef I
I 1 Hash 1 can Corn Beef 1 en
i Sausage 1 glass Sausage and 1
I I box Crackers for 50c I
e SPECIAL ON COFFEE i1
I 1 Pryors Blend extra fine Coffee per r
pound 25c For every ± wrappers H
II returned we give a premium worth 1
I or history Life of Wm MeKlakqr
For every two wrappers 1 box Toilet
I Soap
We have a great maay other bar
R gains on our counter too numerous I d
J t l to mention and invite you to call and I
W see them
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Remember the Place I
GEOt w7 PRYOR SONS I
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127 AND 129 EAST GOVERNMENT STREET
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When they e1t
Stearns ElectrIc
Sat and Roach Paste
i Tile pane drlrM them out of the hotiM I
1 and dries up their b < xUsIea tnc no odor
nil tote od sere exterminator aL o of
mice raterbtg crot03 bog ooctroactes
ontl all other vermin
JlOtt JTewnd Offcredrer nyra4ornj i
poJfOl1 that eqaals SJr alettrl hat
Sold by UroKrH cmrbtTt or sent by I
pr e prepaid on receipt of price sa
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StMr1 ElKtrtc rue C4 WCIIP inC9JU
elf
COTTIiELL1
Fane Photographs
Pensacola I Florida
1 Legal advertssraenis
ADM I NISTRATORSfN C E
Estate of Alfred Raucb Dr
Notice is hereby givrn T t
15th day of May A D U
apply to the honorable p1a
1
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discharge from the admini
said estate
estateELIZABETH S
KOSALJE RAT
Admici f
novl3oam 5mo
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GRIST AND CORN MEAL W15
M F GONZALEZ CO P 1J
I Manufacturers
CHOICE MEALAND PURE = CL
STOCK FEED
Bny your meal and stock feei
the home manufacturer enco <
contribute 3 l < J
home Industry
labor and leave your money is JQ
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