The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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Latest Tenegrap1h1 c' News Senrnoo=.n; 1 and'D mestfc;" =JPlUlrnlshed by Tlhle : ..i sso ci at ed, Pssh I

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THE WEATHER: Fair and warmer Sunday; Monday rain; variable winds becoming fresh southeasterly l







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Three Speeches Delivered on Proposed EMINENT PRIEST WILL I II I Missouri's Attorney' Genera! AfterCombination STATE'S ATTORNEY r For the First Time i in History tha ft

p Philippine Tariff Revision Evidence of a Price Has Been Over

Measure.Mr. I TALK TO NON-CA TUOLICS to Control Trade. 4. NOW RESIDES HERE 25 Cents. ,


Hill Paid Particular Attentionto First of Series! of{ Meetings. at St Joseph's Church Will Be Held Vice-President Rogers Refused to Hon. J. Walter Kehoe Changes His Residence from Marianna to Some Sales During Week Were R

Tobacco. To-Night, .Common ncing at 7:45: o'clock, by Prominent Answer Questions, This City, Where He Will Live in the, Close to 21 Cents.

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By Associated Press. -. C By Associated/Press.} While Pc-nsacola has been the leads
\Ytsh-ngton! Jan. 6.-In a session New York Uan. 6 YID } / '-s
>oft teveloped Ing timber market on the gulf coast :
, the House placed from thequtstions asked by
({ five hours today Attorney for many rears, and the point from.
ieco.-J" a speech in favor of thePhilippine General Herbert S. Hartley, of Missouri -
of Henry II. Rogrs, vicepresident which the largest amount of timber I 14 hl
tariff bill, against the
and director of the AStaJttdard OU shipped to foreign countries, last weeV

measure ani a short talk favoring Company, of New Jersey; that one of was the first time that the,price of the 1'

tariff; revision according to republican e t Mr. Hadley's chief "purposes in con- 1 v Y' qt material vent: above 26 cents per foo..
dr rnand.i Massachusetts.: L. ducting. the examination of the officers
n a : r Sales made during the week on thir-
of that in- this 'is
'I.. 11:11.: of Connecticut, occupied: company city -'t { t
to find out whither that (:om'pany ty-foot' averages were mostly --at 2S t | f
hour" and was listened to wih! F
t/iff ,
owns a controlling interest in the cents although! in a few instances it'
he! greatest interest in detailing the Standard Oil 'of
Company, Indiana,
went above this figure: coining close -I.,
he from his
kniwk\lje; ( J gained two
Waters- ?1erce Oil
ihe" Company, of
27 of less than
to cents. Averages
M.-MS: to the Philippines, last as a Missouri and the Company
Republic Oil -
member uf Secretary Taft's partyHa thirty feet gold for 22 arid 23 cents,
t.a This Mr. Hadley said to-night,
]pail paniciilai! ,; attention to the tobac- s which is considered an exceptionally 4 :, ,
I he regards as a step in the direction
three 'Iarter
pf excluding companies Y
: *.; aU'lmuch! misapprehension from doing business in Mis One of th* oldest men in point of ,k fit;
;.-; 10 :he nornious product that I souri. service in the timber business, iu
i. i izh; ; In- expected from the islands. To the most important questions to speaking of the conditions now prevailing 4},
The If'rJ1r..r'a:5, : small, he saia' and I stated yesterday that although
e asked >y; Mri Hadlty bearing directly
fr-r'lt' land was still further limited. I \ oa, the qustl'Ons of steak ownership, he had served for over thirty year r?
Mandell. led the I s in business, that it first
Mr. Wyoming, the was tne .
uj.4t Mr. Rogers: declined to:give any answer
fih; aca'a! the bill: in the interests "on the advice. of counsel" and time in !his experience that he had
,'f! :rite HU;ar beet industry. He was I :M: % Hadley requested ;J.ConTniissioner sold timber or hainllej it with tho
awn, the policy of helping the Filivui. -, Fled rlck II, Sanborn -certtfy'the price above 2i: cents. Others who
." t ft-ople by gting open markets questions and Mr. Rcsers's refusalfo have been in the business for .ypass '

In the United: Stas.. 't, .. the supreme court of this state for determination made ,the, same statement. -
The! abolltkti of the tariff on hides I Iu. K Y as .to whether; or..noh.-1r. h t, It understood that during the past

> (Il leaded for by Mr Lawrence of I ''siers musty answer. it.b6Mn "adwdg'.ditsaxttempt. week Ihe.avuage price of, sawn Wither -_

113 lchusetl8. was 2t rents: but Only about vnlt-
: Rogers \bcline to re ply' to thousand sticks, were sollr The a r-

FORCER ARRESTEDIN .r, questions! as to whether he controls .. fcet is' firm, but on account of the ho'i-' ;t
any stock of the Waters-Pierce ot HON. J. WALTER KEHOE:: day season the shipments to Pcnsaco m
whether )Ir. Van Buren. of"New.Vork. la were not large.
BIRMINGHAMBy holds a. controlling I interest In' that While there are large shipments going ;; '
I Pensacclians will be :pleased as large amount of business that 1.
*w a; company for the >Standard Oil Company out from Ptnsacola each week tho
---- rr : of New Jersey, whether the;;' well as surprised to learn that }ion. transacted at Pensacola which demands markets in foreign countries are not

Associated Press. New Jersey Company controls the !J. Walter Kehoe the :efficient state's his attention he decided. thatIt sufficiently It:gh to justify. shippers;

Birmingham Jan. 6.-A man giving Standard: Oil Co., of Indiana: or the. attorney for the First Judicial districtis would i 3 best that he move to this paying thq )present local prices and
fh namof (i. II. Bennett was arrest- Waters-Pieree Company, and.whether, expenses of transporting anj a drop :,
e. !- !tat: charged with forcing checks REV/ XAVIER SUTTON, C. P. two-thirds cf the dividends of the Wa:: now a citizen of Pcnsacola, and city, where he can keep in: closer In the market Is expected to occur

'.. 'h!i,. amount of $1,6S7. The checks ters-Pierce Company are not paid to: I henceforth will restate here. touch with the affairs concerning his] within a few weeks, according tqthraa

*"'r!,. '-n, a local bank, a bank in Rome, The first of, a series of' free lectures the truth, for a cry for unity is heardon H. M. Tiiford.- who. :Mr: ; Ito;; rs said,I Mr. Khoe and his estiniable family I-os it ion. I who are Jolted on the timber market.It .

'tie; ., and. .a bank !5n Chattanooga; Teirtj.Tif t to non-Qathoics! on doctrinal: all sides, and a prayer for Divine has an oflico at 26 Broadway.RE'J. i arrived here. during last week,I Mr. Kf.'hoe'S.careE: r as a criminal I is stated, however, that the foreign

ti ; rte -Ks were passed on.various I and devotional I: subjects will beginat guidance: and light goes up from thousands ii kasing the residence at No. 211 West lawyer is ene of which anjr person! market Is firm and prices are raising !I
ni* in Birmingham! two bjing giveni J 7:45 o'clock' this in Wit.Joseph's of earnest Christian souls. each day end better conditions are expected -
evniaj : I feel the fact that he
might an-a'
street l proud
IS ; I
i t I'a' aM'ni! for p'.jnos.! W. J. HAHN Cervantes into which they to prevail in a few weeks.
Catholic church
the Rev.
: by An opportunity! will be given them I has/been chosen to .fill the high posi-
I have moved.
Father Xavier Button C.. P., whose subject ard to find
1 io satisfy their longings, t'on which life now holds proves conclusively -
FIVE for 'the opening'' meeting will be not the Catholic STILL LINGERING Mr. Kehoe has been a resident of
KILLED out whether or I i I I that his worth .is realizedby RACE SEPARATION
"Why Protestants are not Catholics. church can give that peace and security Marianna for many years, anal/ is well the citizens of the circuit, who by I

The church. choir wHl sing some suit-]:' which! she promises to those who !I known througnout the state as one their votes placed him in that posi .
BY EXPLOSION I abla hy,nns at the opening' of the ser are within her fold. Special to The Journal. iof the ablest prosecuting attorneys tion. LAW IS VALID
I vices, aid just beforo the lecture the;:; ThEw lectures are intended for, jRev. W. J. Hahn is still lingering.!i that ever served the state. Duringhis snsacolians will welcome the
I congregation will render -hKt'.arer, My' non-Catholics. Nothing will be said I I His vitality i Is holding out better than service in this office he has resided state's attorney and his family to the ,
By Associated Press. Cod, to Thee: slips with the hymn, which will give offense or hurt the txpected. The brain pressure was at Marianna, but owing to the I city. 3y Associated Press.
<'hira'o. Jan. 6.-Five into were nyintdathereon having been scattered sensibilities of any one. Catholic o'octnne -I slightly relieved but h3 seems to 'be!i Topeka, Jan. 6.-The State Supreme
in"an'l' \ killed four others fatally. throughout the' 'chnrch.: The slips} will be explained in a char and growing weaker. lie Is making a su! Court today declared valid the law 1 ,
fcl, and seven seriously injured by also contain the words of "Lead, toncise manner so as to enlighten preme effort against the Grim Destroyer -: I passed by the legislature, providing for 4 t ,
'.", -xpl.->ion of a Ion of dynamite at i Kindly Knight," and "Jesus, Lover otilj without wounding the feelings of anj wi are hoping against hope: R.evengefuJ.Crew Scuttled I separat schools for white and negro t .g
a ('ompan>. at Gary, III. All the i in the week. It Is probable that "Lead th? faith. > with this! beloved family for therecovery at paves the way for the enactment of a
",-"vd ar foreigners. The cause of'i Kindly Knight" will he au'ng by the A feature of the lectures will be tarr I of their pastor, who is so'', Norwegian Ship Sapelo laV separating; whites and negroes in
':- ,-xplosion is not known. congregation aCJerather' Sutton's the question box. Into it anyone I dear to hem all. all schools of the( state.FITZIMMONS.
address a written statement of any;!I -
may place:
His son, LL: K. Hahn, arrived this
Father" Sutton I is a member of the doubt he may wish cleared up. or of, front Kansas ; By Associated Press.Sa"ann.lt. | The authorities here are searching; P
morning City. He found!
INSANE WOMAN i I'Passionist Ortle 1' aVid has been engaged any explanation of Catholic doctrine i I his father ('cnsclnuanl, able to rEcognize -;t,i Ga.r Jan Kevengsful t j for them as they are known to have I { I AND I };
iI I he desire. Each irons by the captain of j here after leaving the ship.
in car dt'ctinfi missions in New or practice may i :: .it being put in come
him. of
AN INCENDIARY I York Nw Hampshire., Vermont, Delaware Question will receive courteous attention Iciva, wiil l he Mrs.hero Lease the, afternoon Boone, the Norwegian ship Regent, lying at j I The owners have arranged to raise I WIFE RECONCILED-I t'By .
j and other, states for"yeajs.; He :and be satisfactorily and tullyanswered I on i Fspelo.! several members of the crew,I the ship off the mud bank where she
i I! train an3 :Mrs, E. C. Becky of Salida,
-- is nn eminent! pulpit ora4or.and a rem5tcd as far as time will allow. Colorado! will i after being liberated, scuttled the'I lies and have instructed that no expense I
By Associated Press f'ntll"man. In speaking, of tho List of Subjects. ::i reach here: Monday.HIT ,;craft by boring holes In her bottom I be spared in tracing the male t Associated Press.

fey, ': York Jan. 6.-\ naked and in. :: l lectures he said: ; I I Sunday Jan. 7.Why" Pro* stants. I I. then desertetl.ByAssociated. i factors. Sioux .'-, lh., S. D. Jan G.-It was"t {
: The object of1 these fectures is to fire not Catholics. i I I that reconciliationhad ,.
; woman direct t M by a man wann- Jan. BY TRAIN I ANDINSTANTLY II -- announced today a
. Monday, /'Purgatory. I II
Catholic. in is( true
Dogma {
'.ad and present effected between Bob Fitz-
wearing an overcoat, was geen
"' riwi' applying a torch to the hall- light to correct the false notions!' enitcYia'ined '; Tuesday" Jan. "Marriage and!I I I Important Changes in the \: simmons and his wife and that t Mra.: ; ..
non-Catholic frica'sconcerning Divorce. KILLED
j''Ii i a flve-storv tenement hou.e by oar Fitzsimmons would abandon her action i'
: \Erin' ge street about daybreak to-, Catholic teaching, Jo show Wednesday: Ja'n. lO.-"Can Man: ii i i I for divorce. It is expected that: -"

, ,II> The strange pair fled whenmvared till the church o! Rome as she :is in Forgive Sins.Jan.X11.. Quo Vadis." i I! I Departments of the Army! both will leave tomorrow evening for '
I ThiiMslay. I
<. to answerthe false charges i By Associated: Press.
, but, the woman was cap1She reality: : : Hell." NewYork.. U E'
had on one stocking and i n.ale against her by her enemies, and Friday!: 'Jan. 12.-"Is There a I I Scranton, Pa. Jan. 6.-W. T. Roe,. i
*- snnerins" with cold. The 1l1311!] by othrs110: ,.know no better. w-hot j j'There Saturday, Jan. "Indulgences.: 'I a Lynchburg. Va. travtrtng: representative : By Associated Press. I partment of Luzon: Philippines., Oaj
' .44; are many non-Catholics :Sunday.: Jan. 11.-"Why 1 am a':i of the Modern Woodmen of Washln 'on, Jan. 6.-Orders were t tht same -'ate General Williams! como|!'SMITH & SON

'I'IIN ,are desirous, ''yea anxious to kuow Catholic.! I America was struck by a train on the i iI prepared at ;he war ; 1 I Central Railroad of New Jersey atM relieving General Corbin of commandof will be ordered to the Philippines to; LEASE BOOMSECURE

QUIET REIGNS :.. sosic Station near here and instant-i tie Philippines: on February I, tq command the Department, of the Visa-,, IJv
TRAIN WRECKED DURING Jy killed to-day. ; be replaced by General Leonard Wood; yas. General Corbin will be assigned!!

SAN DOMINGO also assigning,: General John F. Weston I to the Department of the North, with j
i I BLIZZARD I MIDDY DECATDR I now commanding the Northern headquarters at St. Louis, succeeding PROPERTY JUST WEST .
A TERRIFIC Department, to command of the De- i General Wcston.
By Associated Press. I II i
'an: DlImill TO STORE '
(I. Jan. 6.-The Doaiiningress PASSENGER;' TRAIN IN COLLISION WITH ,
toll to-day temporarily" sns- PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE I I Three Burned to Death in, TIMBER. t ,
1M''nlld ,
:onstitutional guarantees KILLED AND INJURED-TRAIN
'nghotit FREIGHT AND! MANY ARE By Associated Press. k4
: he republic. I I
IOf' I Annapolis Jan. 1 tf. It was officially St. Louis House
Dt-1I\ rom the south and east!; PLUNGED DOWN STEEP EMBANKMENT. Boarding
01 I
Santo D-mingo is favorable to the Pimouncea1 to-day that Midshipman: The big timber boom, formerlfknown '
---- I IJ Stephen Decatur had been found
t0Prnment.Is not! I
as the Wittich boom just j
.' I >nipr-tood( the entire country By Assoel'ated PresS. I J man of the freight train had been killj -]! guilty of the charge of hazing and ]I ;' Press Proprietor and Mrs Pulvtrmacher. i west of the Commandancia street .,

L''.. ''00!> r-sume normal c ndilions.P.ERCHNTS Corry t .Pa., Jan.! 6.-Passenger train;;j: ed and ten or fifteen passengers hurt,,; restored has been to released his duths from: : at arrest the navalaradeciy and 1 1I St. Loniar Jan. 6.-Three women' Mrs. Hilder, aged seventy, who, was I, wharf has been leased by O. H. Smith i''

; 4 the & Erie rail:' how seriously is not known. 'I I ,l were burn.l to death and another in-i sick, jumped from a third, story window Son timber brokers, and in future
REQUESTED TO No. on Philadelphia horn; i jured in a fir at the boarding house,; breaking her leg. J' will be used by that firm in discharging 1
ADVERTISE MARDI eRAS road was wrecked tonight! ,at I No. 1611 Missouri; avenue, today. The i Miss Rec-d lost her life trying to I Ii timber that hi shipped to the firm ti .x
Siding, ten miles from this city. Manyare : TRAIN PLUNGED OVER i jz PARDON FOR THE : building oaucht fire from the furnance.j save the cthrs. over the Louisville and Nashville. Z tOn

N The merchants" and business men reported Wiled!, and Injured. The' STEEP EMBANKM'ENTi!I The de-l are: Miss Pauline Her I[ The three dead bodies were found account of unsatisfactory conditions : h: '
{toe wharf
" city are requested: ,to adver-; Philadelphia. Th'i i Mica Julia: Kei'd. daughter of i in the bath room. I existing at }its ivgee
to man.
'** the :Mardi Gras celebration. hi II III.Tdt'r i train was bound the t::, it t i ALBERS BROTHERS ;' i and the lack of water there, the firm
but say
_ to give the coming ItStlVitiGS"Wicity .! first reports are-meagrer, I' '! I --- I decided to enter negotiations!: with
the association requests that I i! train is in the* 'ditch* A relief train Corry Pa.. Jan. 6.A brak man Exposition Appropriation. 1 Major Petty Dead. I the U & N. for the lease of the mare sj

F*soh. merchant having stationery or |has left here for iheteeepe of. the ac-; from the wrecked train said the en-,| By Associated: Press. i Richmond Va.. Jan. &.-Th> sum of i Ralf'lgh.S.: C., Jan. 6.-Major Wil, centrally: located place and succeeded -
:her envvbpes printed have the ,i i tire train bad been plunged over asteep :: Washington Jan. 6.-The state department -! J130.000.;) appropriated by the State,( Ham C. !iPetty owner and manager ofj I II Ii in closing} the deal.y
J-: ; design idveriising( the carnival !| cident.It '' the collision, Sas received a cablegram! for the Jamestown Exposition, was today -,i i the Carthage Railroad extending from I Improvements have already com ,y
-.inted l >n the same. AH of the 1?3d--:i was reported later' that the passenger bv l from Nicaragua announcing that the turned.-over to; the exposition'Cameron on she Seaboard to HaJibson neared at the place, the railroad now -
.I!t Printing: establishments of thti 'I train vas, \colljsum\ with a,:\ and many killed and injured. A terrific Albers brothers who have been Inj) company. 'Some.time ago $50,000 was i;i!! in Moore county, ned &l hlshome! :t:.f>:Ing engaged inputting in special ,

y'n'e: ) i nave cuts of the design and will freight and that the engineer and fireman -:i l blizzaM: is raging and this was prison .there, have been pardoned by paid and to-day's payment completes;i:Carthage yesterday of 'Bright's- disease -' slides! alongside; the tracks for 'the '"

"' ft\L"he same on stationery when so I' of the passenger train-and-flre-'probably the cause:: of the .acci4eIit.r l the Nicaraguan: sovernmsnL? .the iota appropriation of $200,000.' ,I I| aged fifty-nine years. iccommodatloo of the !-sass.



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i 1 6o ...00.e(\ \. :c. S 3.0'd",1. t ," "" banquet Flournov given by Company "K" in( Monday, January t I!

't, 40 OV "Jo hall Wednesday: night was',' fo
oo.c "'- ,;1 -A: '" 5 6 ,/" h a great success and:} attended c! by ,al, 'A Sale You will Talk About for Months to Come !
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"" -.c. ct6' .9 e< tad decorated the- hall' with bunting e t
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; .01. .S s. O 0( r'3G "1 o t aId ed flags and the tables were arras;-, ,. and 1212c M and 12 W ,,
19" "Ir to ,represent tae( letter "K." The i, 1 10 press Ginghams
\ .. 60 t .6..t. G ttrSI a".dO" officers and their Invited! guests wire: Values Values
1t5 c5, 9'0 cP*abt seated at the c'nter table as fol'ows.r : Hundred Yards,
; t \1. l Capt. and Mrs, F!
10t: urooy. First Lieut. 8" yard.TwoTSarsgrf 8c yard
I (,Qo 'C I Moss Flourcoy an.' Miss; E.ia E 12 1-2c.. .
.a01r. \ Jt"B I Rlchardiion. Second Lieut. D. S. Gi-i: t

I'r, ? U'. C a'a', At( \ 'lis and Miss T. Ii. aristae Caw: .,thon; and Gillis.!wife. anaicerpeant '. Zephyr Ginghams, Manufacturers' Short Ends, in, 10 and 12-yd Pieces t tQ

:Si 60 10 d I After partaking or reshmenti,: # Mostly Light Colors in New Spring Styles.

! : > served P.: S. in Gillis.an elegant toastmaster: manner introduced Lieut.!j : : See Them In Our Big Show Window. :. :
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i <(" o"'b; Corporal) George F, Garden who toM'! e.

a in pertaining an amusing to camp way life.many incidentS' Better" Corns* 'Early if you Wish to Share, in this Otter. ng,..,

If. Then Sergeant ,4 "
\o Harry M. Davis -

4 aa have dividual a very Benefit aM? address of upon "In." -ClM"t I

Membership. '
t t
: CP which was a ,\'erable effort. "The Flannel
1 \ 3 flag of Our Union Forever," was .
\ Of Fleece Down Outing :: fcjj
sung by Misses.Gillis; and I .
t Richardson, L
anal was followed! by a very fine i
7 address by Mr. I.V.. Brvin on "Pa-I P
89c and 98c
ttlotism Mr. Xew bam next spoke
briefly on ""Volunteers" and Mr. R. "
ii w. ,Storrs,''at some length on Hon REGULAR $1,00 AND-SI.25 VALUES g

orary tions.Membership and Its Obltga-.' Don't you want a few of these dainty garments? Then come early, ,for tiey: will'go out lively!1LADIES'
Artificer Pierc9 gave a short j;.
i talk about the new armory which! ,. ,
Kilding the company hones to have in1 1 l "
progress; of erection in a short time I DRESS SKIRTS.

GRAND AND PETIT I" MUSCOGEE II!,,.,..Ilh great applause. Every was greeted individ- I 4 LATEST FALL STYLES '

; AT WARRINGTON cIa beloved member captain of the in company high esteem.holds The his: $11 New Fall Skirts in Panama, Serge $B New Fall Skirts, in Panama, Serge

subject chosen by ;him was "Dis:Ii and Broadcloth. Colors; Blur, Gray and Broadcloth .Colorsi Black, Gray

; Special to The Journal. cipline" and his addrl'ss. as are all''!' and Black. Red Price $3.98 and Blue. Red 1 Price
:;q Warnngton, Jan. 6.The wedding otMr. his addresses !I Tag ag. $4.98
JURORS AREDRAWN Muscogse, Jan. Evangelist Rev characterizes' by
; Chas. Burkhardt and Miss took Florence Heinrich Kegel. opened a series of its eloquence, conciseness and choice I i Better Bring Your Skirt Want Here Monday.
Graham of Pen arola. place '
I evangelist eetings at Muscogeelast dictum. Especially pertinent to the I .
last Sunday afternoon at the SLJohn's
night to a tremendous crowd. were the following words
' Catholic church Rev. Father Long before the opening; hour the spoken by him: "Discipline both 3 iii f MEN'S CLOTHING. |
Brady officiating. Mr. Burkhardt was I Ione' peace andar.. In civil and military.
house began: to fill, till every seat was I .
:; Wirnngton's most popular!' occupied. As a result of the first I life, is the sure precursor of success I GREAT iIIID-WINTER( CLEAR1N6 SALE "FLAGLER BROS." CELEBRATED CLOTHING
young men end he and his young bride meeting the entire is !,And may the conception! of the coifl- ..,
community "car
tt have the best wishes of the community I' tied by a storm -enthusiasm" standing omcer of this organization SEE OUR BIG NORTH WINDOW FOR STYLES. fe
x'' for a lone and prosperous life. veritable Pentecost is and a of discipline land to produce habitsof 37.50 J850 $10.00' 111.09!), $12.50::' $1350' $1500;
" Miss Regina Chaffln left the first of I predicted. Non- neatness order, system punctual I. ., Suits Suits Suit Suits Suits:; Suits Suits t
For the Term of the U. S. Court( going people as well as Chris-!
tha week for Baltimore Md., where tlans loud in its and the !t'nsof persona] obit gu 15.50 $ti.50 $7.50 JS.oO $9.50 $10.50 $1350
she will attend college.Mr. I are proclaiming this the:I lion and responsibility. Jn the se--I

w II J. Pinchon. who some months i Which Convenes on Jan- greatest Muscogee.Mr. event. ever evn'attemptedat vices as officer and non-commission"{f I"I Investigate To-Day--To-Morrow May Be too Late.
i officers with i
; proscribed duties to per .
returned : 8th. Kegel is indeed all his reputation : term and enforce, you will learn to

;t; 1 rlngton rrjanfntly i uary an amiable that proceeded, him and gave him,: cultivate discretion, tact, judgement t,! rn Pairs Men's Fine Trousers, AIJ
A ladies auxiliary to the Army and I fearless aggresbhespeaker the power to command others and to
Navy Union will soon be organized i and not only an eloquent control yourself. The general effect! U Formerly,$3.00 $ ,5Q and $4.00, Red Tag Price 011 98
and the prospects bid fair, for a large The names of the grand and petit most Interesting and entertainig orator of the system will produce habits of "
jurors to serve during the term of the but a ad If
Lumber of charter members. This or- true preacher a thorough sf -restraint and the recognition of I'I
iranlzatlon will be of a great benefit to United Stales court which convenes teacher. .1 minority; .to. Have, rather than by: fear Cent Discountron all Boys' Suits. e
January oh, have been male public. Mr. KJgel: 1 i Is his :
the ladies ns well as of untold assist-: on way to Pensacola o fon-p..a cheerful response to the 2 OPer
tance to the local garrison of the Army The name's were! drawn some time since where he will locate permanently' principles of discipline, the necec-sarv I e; here's your opportunity, r
and Navy Union but not given publicity until all of also locate his publication the Southern qualities of which when followed will fSIl
those who could ha located were served Messenger: ; after take the
Major Lorenzo Lorain Garrison No. : having spent' crudeness of life so conspicuous l ,
. with papers. {X14 years in a continuous work In the I In the average untrained recruit *
Yours for
2e. Army and: Navy Union of the U. P. i Quality
The list of the jurors is as follows: north. I and transform it into all the solid: I 1.1J
! A.. will five its annual ball Monday
Grand Jurors.KscambU I The meetings will) continue ,1.erff>Ction and lustre of the finished
evening. January 8, 1906. All committees "
yt S. Oliver night, gentleman. The motto of I 1
count-\tthur and Sunday mornings, until Jan. us all]
,1t have been appointed and noth Chas. H. Dishman, Max; J. Kahn JohnC. uary H, inclusHe. Do not fail to hear, should: b! 'Obev orders: be polite,am: : I
ball ing will a great he left success undone and to the make members this!i, Beck W. B Run)an. D. B. Suggs, this talentcj speaker wiille in the com tell the truth.' < HV W. J. & = B. FORBESJ t
"Discipline with
Edward J. Elliott Wm. II. Hutchinson! munltj. matchless hand
K expert a larger;: attendance than ever !I Sends forth her -
I J. J. Dfuel, N. C. McMillan J. A. nobly born. *
before. ] A>ant, Isaac Penman. James A. Daw, Trust Investigation. And laughs the paltry attributes
Mr. Henry Burkhardt is confined to -
John G. Ward. W. I. Bell John .\. Of wealth and rank to scorn;
sit his home by sickness. '' Briggs, Henry Mnller ''Jackson, Miss.. Jan. 6.-A resole!1 I She moulds with care a spirit rate l QWQ'QQ'QW l i t t'
'ti- On Monlay, January 1. 1306: the 'I jtion was adopted br the Mississippi Half human, half: dhin,
Walton 'ollnt-II. A.I Bcardsley,'
'i home of )fr. and Mrs. JV. Rounlofwas :t'nrtf': yesterday ordering the invest], And : ---------
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a thscene of a beautiful and interesting I gallon of the alleged/ Lumber A gentleman like nine
4 event, the gathering of 31 Ir. Hughes : Trust A committee is named for the There aro rOt spirits nobly just COMPLETE LINE I I
Holmes county:-A. Ramsey. I investigation
and Mrs. Rounlofs families Amongthose i being authorized to Unwirr by pelf or pride.
Washington uunt-lIo".t'll Brock,
''i' were Mr. and Mrs John { summon: all the! witnesses wanted. Great the
present in but
Rounlof, Mr. and Mrs H. Simmons, H.Jackson I.. Brock'nunt--D.Frank Jenkins B.! Neal(c). 1>-.iof i The lumber resolution alleges that the price When dash'd bj calm adverse tide greater still 'FANCY GROCERIES. 'J*****'** JM 5*;

Misses Anita and Augusta Simmons j and building!: material has Thy hold the rank no king can give; Is a veritable dngon of Ill-health
F Mlsn Millie Ronnlof, :Mr Gustav Roun- nest Duffln. i s'adilincr ,sed without. reason. no statin: can Disgrace; more physical wreck than probably It learn la its path
Petit' any ether
Jury. to one<1UcasepecnlUr -
loft Mr. and din. Burnett Discipline forth American*
puts gentlemenAnd
i1 F Mr.. Wm, Simmons and Mr. simmons'l I Escambia county:-Wm. J, Yates monarchs must giv? place." Sunbeam Asparagus, of the WHY? Simply tbn because upon the flr t Indication
John Jos J, Johnson, COLD KILLS and Beans that system Is uiually
I Th residence was beautifully decorated Davenport THE GERM. Bruce.Abernethy. Premier String lyma quinine or deadly .courged. with
Clarence D. Hale Wilson, Lobsters, Dort'tDo It. Iffl Danl.rlomel.
with ferns potted plants and cut!I Porras Th wcrtJir1* ,of :TUlss Clara Bruce Premier necessary either. Vfe It toil at tit
13$ Cowers. A six course dinner was served I John G. Ciro, John W. Sutherland, Lieut. Perry Says There Are No BaldHeads and Mr. Gecrge; Hilzpy Abornethy."hurfeday Preml T'neapple! positively guarantee)
at noon Later in the evening ret] Frank B. Kiure. James E. ..Abrcromhie. in the Arctic Region, evening! at six o'clock was French Tees HERBINC
l ativ s and intimate friends came i in Louis A. Pfeiffer. Frank M. Bilgs, The people who come back from vritnobSPd by a tars? crowd of people :Hushroot", 1
: Frank W. Walter. Julius C. Carter. I*. Klondike testify! to the fact that no from De Funiak and surrounding Premier Plum Pudding, tetUTDYudtuJURJm.YeB.JlUnJy berbAl. a07'_ of 1IIaJarle. It..
; and Joined the happy crowd when I ; Ba. aU
table was again!!: laid! and delicate refreshments K. Yonge. Harrison Sunday (c), John native bald heads arc there. The ?!'\i- rotmtrr. Rev. I.. F. Hi;;don. of the Edam Cheese, Cene&Dd calomel--aU 11..... of ?Cbo..,Tfrtoee....,r .01 Rota qalaf_ItSOopetbottla
n served to all Variouamuaemrnts s Pfeiffer. Wm. B. Wright, Clifton E. deuce ja that the 'cob) climate kill*,. Prasbjterfan church! performed the Mcl.aren-'!: Cheese (Hn jars) a JAIL. ggb 1I1ft.
in until Merntt, J. R. Saunders, Richard the germs:; that cats the hair off at ('f'f'monwhich was a very beautiful .\nd all other Premier gooJs.: Die .
;i 's were Indulged a Swaine. J..CJarK Porter Walter, Pitt. th eroot IJeut. Peary, when went to and Impressive one. Bowes Fancy" : Florida Syrup In bot
all left the
late hour when wishing the ,
Santa Roes! count-T. G. Cannon, Arctic Regions, gives the same The north end of the parlor was lies
that would live
hostand! hostess they
w W evidence Newbro's Herpicidc: hasthe banked with flrat-class and up-to-date.
4. Curtis. pine tops which; made ttrry Everything
just such brightand i
to see many more
Walton county:-W. II. Jones F. C. same effect as the cold climate. \ effective luck for the bridal
hl'll'W Florence: Waggoner Year; da's."Uss who spent I I Eaton Otto Tappan. A. R. Campbell. r' off It kills at the the germ that cite: toe hair' party Mrs. Bruce Mr and Mrs ALL DR UGGISTS.
and the hair i
grows I Kenneth Hill Gro. Co.
Holmes county Warren Jackson. 'I Bruce Mrs. Kejser, of :Milton East
the ,holidays with her parents, ha* ajain Horplcido Is the first hair' and
Washington county:-J. II. Brown, Mrs. Nelson of New York ,
to Tennessee, where she 1 Js I
returned built
re.aedy the of de-
t.. H. T. Hofreiter, Geo. W. Johnson E.I upon jcnme I first and stood on the western f \
{ attending school. strojing the germ that cats tho hair M. F. BOWES, Manager. I I
side: of
1. N. Dekle, R F. Scarlett. B. C. Young off. Its the room. Then Mr. Aber- I. NOTICE
Jackson vountj-:--G. W. Horn. I phononiinai sale demonstrates I rathy and )Ir. Malcolm Bruce entered, PHONE :1:.
correctness of the scalp fc rm the *
1e and Flood
:; in treat o the bank of
ory. For sale by \V, A. J'Alembcrte'i eH'rgre''ns.112'3: Mary McKmnon, rr The Woolley -Sanatorium, the ,III '5stitutc
Eugene M'Lain Dead. !
(ru ,tt and apothecary 12J PENSAC'OLA.TWO.STEP in the United Stales 1:9:
1 maid of Honor, preceded the bride wb"re
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1 EconomyIs :i New York, Jan. 6.-Eugene R Mc Palafox streets or send lOc in t'l'1mrslfOr who entered !leaning upon her fathois .y Opium, Cocaine and Wiskey sal
I i Lean, who since 1881 had held the to' Detroit
sample The Herpicid Co.
; be '
arm. The bride wore an exquisitei 1 Latest and Bast on Sale at can cured without erposun: a-
office of chief engineer in the Comtroller's p Mich. .
t with "
dress! of white crepe
a strong point* with I I ald-de-camp office to (died Jefferson tonight Davis He at was the -- -.- -- I mod with rare old la<"('. also ixeirinji; (The Clutter Music House. 30 days'! time required (*-=r1I:''*
I a veil and carrying bouquet of wnltei 1 your case and I will write :,'n'! 1S
Hood's Sarsaparilla. A outbreak I of the Civil War. i i carnations Price, 19 cents, Monday Only. : :::.
end ferns. The maid of, opinion as to what I can .. romp
honor also curl* bouquet of ----- --- for Ask truj!
:i:: a carnations ----- )'OU. your family ph' *[
.p, 1 bottle lasts longer and does Railroad Mortgage NO FRET and ferns and wore a lovely\ to Inv ,jU:1te. Pr. B.r.; Woo) 'If
Atlanta Ga., Jan. 6.-A mortgage I white'dress.The -
;i i N. Pryor Street. .Atlanta Ga.
more good than any other. en the Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic NO WORRY presents were displaced: In one t We Are Glad I
a Railroad for $30,000,000 in gold i DR. J. H. MOCK
medicine of the lat'ie rooms, and were numerous I
It is the only ,
: coupon bonds in favor of the OldI and elegant.:: Refreshments were I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT-
be said I'I:Colony Trust Company of Boston has No uneasiness: or trouble II served in the large dining room. "i
which !
can truly filed here H. M, Atkinson, laundry I DENTAL SURGEON.
, teen by at all about jour The bride and groom left on the] to Inform our customers that we can
'+ IOODOSESONEDOLLARI 1 I, president and R. E. Cullinane. secretary work if you have It done I eight o'clock train for a short trip,I offer the i>oreat Olive 011 guaranteed;: Crown and specially. In Escambia County Circus ': 't
, of the 'railroad. This railroadruns hre. Every detail: ) thro I and will be at home after Februaryfirst ')I from Riviera Oneglia. I BridgeWork .a I State of Florida. In Chances 'I
from: Mortezuma. Gato, Bir- the entire laundry process at "Dret-m Cottage. i! I Painless. 'Extracting of' Teeth._ .
I Mlaghaut[ Ala., an extension being I receives the attention I I Smith vs. Sarah Smith. On \Im..-
% Pjlafox
proposed to Atlanta. of experts. Your I II i Imperfect Digestion. : : St. the 5th day of i Febnwn-. A I'
Ni i I Shirts: Collars. Cuffs. Underwear Means lass nutrition: '! and In -conseiquence -;! Try r Oneglia Oil i I I 7 an 9 J Old' L Armor," ,* Building.; j the fend.1nt. Sarah Smith, I ii ',"

a Pleasant and Most Egective. I etc., will be sure leas vitality. When the liver' phone 1077.- ed to appear to, the bill fil"'d "ga3
DN I! T. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator to please and satisfy )'ou. i! fails to secrete bile, the blood becomes t | .
j and you will feel the taste of the pure her herein.' This ord T to ot ci
Liberty, Texas writes Dec. 25. 1902: loaded with bilious properties, the fit I I
a ct "With pleasure and unsolicited by i The Star Steam i I gsstion becomes impaired anj 'the j I Riviera Olive, from where we import The Latest Fad''' i lished*-once each week for fru!
I the oiL W retail from I
,| the curative will '
you. I bear testimony to bowels coagJipated. Herbine ree- I t eonsteutlve weeks in The Pens
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gal'on.G. ,
power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, Laundry. I flay this; It gives tone to the stomach I Journal;a pswspaper published <" l; *
I } Iii the most exquisite
designs for
1. have used It in my family and can I liver and tldnejs. strengthens ,the aptetlte. -' Mril> ,;:*
chserfullr efflrra' it Is the most effective 37 S iarOtn et.' Phone 114. I" clears and improves the corn Ladies And. Misses from. lOe to cambia County, A. M tf.
and !>?st remedy for coughs and p'exion.' (infuses new life and vigor to S L89aaeh. i : Clerk Circu''t:= Court. Br L. C
A s Oilt1 Mrs; it MutOS.IIeMI.i1LLh I cold I have ever us d." Sold by all Pentueota. Fin I I the whole fystem. 50 cents' a bottle Marrasso. Mrs. Nordstromts'Millinery, mard D. C. Pensacola, FU.
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Pcimvrt. lit'lTant!;: le of Meat* being REV. SPI GElCONDUCTING I .- .'
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TOLD "The :Tenderfoot.- I An Extraordinary Sale that no Woman.who Needs Blankets and Comforts

-" W.: P. Cullen's big production of the Linens Afford to Miss.75c .
.1 'ii! l/on: of Mobile, is the city on dashing Western operatic corned. can J 75c 10-4 Blankets, Monday-on1y. per pair.. .. u .. .. ... ...,45c

I a .>' i iriMiiosK: ,' ; visit.PI. ; In the "The ,Tenderfoot" with Its senoritasand :> Linen Damask, cfcoc! patterns, .special lo '..,.59c 10-4 10-4 Blankets, special.JMonday, per pair.. eo .. .. .. eo ..69sL39 ::
, (PI. week's business SERVICES cowgirls cowhoys and Texas rangers 90 '(Germ Linen Damask Choice- patterns; special Monday...69c $ 11.4 Blankets extra quality special. .. .. ? eo ? 89e
morons: fur a two .n V
and characterswill
, ; 'hrous'i; West Florida in the Inr.i other'picturesque I Best tl.So' German Satin Damask -Very handsome patterns, special Finest $5.00 all Wool Blankets, scoured and shrunk, special

, !>'r1/ of I ar Clutter Music House.M. : Thursday.be seen at the opera house next!i I .. .. .. .. ..".. ,. ........ .... .... ..... .... .... ....$1-10! 1>Monday per pair.; .. .. .. .-... .... .... .... _... .... ,$3.49 ,

l.tnd..t.of: Pollard, Ala., a prom At the Christian Church Which Oscar L. Figman and Ruth White i! Best 19c Scotch Linen Huck Towels, on :Monday.. .. .. .. ..'..14c FINEST CALIFORNIA. BLANKETS MONDAY AT SPECIAL CUT
, .neat mill man of Slat place, was ton ; are the stars of thE: performance, and Best. I5c Hemstitched": Linen Huck Tow ls. special., .. .. ..12c PRICES.
c< "'.' t eat "rday on business con- Are Being Largely Attended tby will be well remembered here on I .. .. ,
Best 12c Linej luck Towels), special :Monday. .. : 9c .
B c d V,1.J! : the' timber industry. accolnt..of. t'hpi splendi-c. work in I Heavy $I Comforts, to. go .Monday at. .. .. eo eo .... .. ..750 r
C 'P., Each, Night. Large 18x36-Hiicte'Ti-weis-worth: $1.50 per dozen, special Monday -
? Father Xavier Sutton, ; The Burgomaster" twd seasons ago:
'.If i ,e'logins a series of lctures to non vfoen the big revival'of the piece; was:;! )- dozen. ._ ..1'i.-. .':.r.. .... .... .... .... .... .....98c $1.50 11-4 Comforts, extra,cotton filled, special. .. .. .. .$1.10 ,
Best $2.00 Comforts, large J and extra good for.. .. .. .. .$1.49
la-no.-; .. ai St. Joseph's church to.i The revival services, which are be seen to such large business. LIt I lOc White Huck' Toweisspecfal. Monday, per dozen.. .. ... .75c ?
Finest $3.00 Comforts, choice line, to .. .. .. .. S
: .i! will. preach at both 7 and 10 ing conducted by: Rev: *0. P. 'Spiegel,, is said that Figman" has found a : 'Extra quality Huck Towels, formerly 75c dozen, special.. .. ... 59c go Monday $2.49 t
(r. K masses at St. Joseph's church of the Christian church, at the corner most congnia'l role in that of Professor dozen. .35ei
White Crash Towels;; regular-fie quality, Monday, per
1 luiirning. Fatter Sutton an streets Pettil'cne. Miss White bringsto r
> of Gregory and Alcaniz arebeing !
....oquin :.nd impressive orator and lart Iy attentled each night, and the role of iiarion not only personal Bargain Sale of 1 I
v ..i. "t".,.),}telly be grated by large. :, much Interest is being shown by attractons; beyond the ordinary ) -
'lii-T'-ga'i: ns-. : those who have heard evangelist.. but a splendidly cultivated voice. Th.I Bargain '.Sale of White Bed Spreads
la'k..ouill.- Times-Union: W. H.Tijtmf" ---- mmaindrr of the cast contains semeknown Ladies Suits and Coats
arrived in Jack should be
Pensacola. well and ex-
-:mll.- >It["lerday from Havana, wh're'I 'eH/nt. Prominent aaions the principals -\ SCc 10-4 White Spreads to go'in this salt. < .. ._ eo .. .. .. .....59c
ten- Waite Spreads, special .. .... 98c 15.00 and $20.00:! Man Tailored Suits in short and long Jacket
I, ha, :I > -\ on a business trip. tr.I I are Jethro Warner, a young $1.23;) Extra Quality XO.4 eo .
effects, special Monday, only .. . .. .. .. .. .$11,90 l
for of achievements Fred. Bailey, ? '
ram.II; : leave this morntng r or ; Best; $1.50 White Spreads, Extra quality, on Monday .. .. .$1.19Best t
,. interesting a=- George E. Romain Harry B. Williams $_a.00 Fine Tailored Suits, special Monday for. .. .. .. .. 16.90
i: nlm lit gave an White in this sale ....$1.49
inspectors [one of the best dancers on the stage; 2.00 Superior Spreads, ? ? $8.50 Rainproof Coats, full .length, special. .. .. .. .. ?$5.90 -
,not of: hu.io\v of the quantity revenue of Havana: Milton Baldwin, Louise Brackett, Et A lot of fine sample 1 Marseilles; Spreads, to go at special Cut Prices. $13.00 91 Tourist Coats, special. . '. .. eo ....... ..$9.75
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< t-ai': end !lobacco.: which he hal (ta Lockhart and Frankie Warner. $1.50 Wool Flannel Skirt Waists, to close: out. .. .. .. eo ..,,.69c '
I The chorus is an extremely large one.I /
anon:< hi:; iiects.Announeent had been made by I The musk of "The Tenderfoot," IS, Bargain Sale of Dress Goods .
all, the thing which has mad'
'h, lv. ->.! States Civil Service Con.m after BargainVSaIe of SilksV ..
It is of the
'.!.s'onhat a rural carrier examlnan I the piece so popular.
w!:' IK- hehl in this city on Feb- f t -. histling \'arietyand H. L. Heart, 59c PER YARD-For 50-inch Wool Tw9eda Suitings and Plain
111.1l1'6.. in ord-r that a re5s111 ;! # t< it? composer has managed to catch Mohairs worth regularly $1.00 to $1.25 per yard. 32-inch Jacquarj Berenco Silks, and plain Chiffon Silks In popular
man.' the. open-air spirit of the West in his colors! worth 75c special Monday. .. .. _.. .. eo .35c ,
," ,* ligiiiles: I, to appointment to eiabIkhwl posoa. -- 1 coinposliioaa.: The book is genui.slyfunny 39c PER YARD-Faa. choice line of Wcol Suitings, formerly 50c Beat 75c: Faille Brilliant Silks to go at... .. .. .? .. .. ..47c li ;'
> .>- of I.u: character may be less j and interpreted by: a capable: to 60c values.- / Son Plain Jap Silks all. colors, in this sale. .. ? ? ? ? 39c
Ir is t: necessary that not. is of the ; PER YARD-< $1.50; French Broad Cloth and LUerty! Pre-
company th! opera one mos 92= r. Cheney Bros best $1.00 Imperial Taffeta Silks, special Monday 65c ,
':.aii zhrre persons make application i I of the so-ralle-i musical} mella Suitings. '
: pleasing: Cheney Bros. $1.00 Tassan Ponger Silks in the popular colors 37
'* forma: ..on regarding the: secured examine at: I ccmedies. There is an atmosphere in 8-lic PER YARD:-P>r choice of our ">* of 15c --Flannelettes and special---------- ... . .... .... ...,,. .. .... ._. .69c t t
,m and blank form can b3 I "The Tenderfoot. that of Texas Teasle Dowa Qutligs on .Monday.V 50c Fancy Wabting Silks, to go at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......-..aSeJ t
; local iNstofl.ee.Th. I which gives abundant opportunity foj'f.aborat .
arr'\'ah. at the Southern hotel I' costuming and advantagehas
'- t"rdaypre as follows: WF.. T4t.V been taken of this. V l 1q :

Moor, LouisxUle; J. A. Armour. city; i i ;
>< D S n.i .tou and wife. Indiana; S. B. .. ,:-- ;,'fiI.:!"' r Mr. M. Paul! Jones. i q
V- X.-v. York; S. P. Seals, New Or- The Pen.acola Library Associaticn SPECIAL BARGAINS ,
fcana. l I.. F. Cobb Arkansas; C. H. REV. ,0 SPlkCEL. presents Jt:. M. Paul Jones in musical H
Rank Nashville; W. J. Ab'rOma! __ ::::' I I I [('pertoir;'. for the benefit of the Asso .
U. vale; :. H. llusbuner. Alabama: ; Evangelist Spiegel; bas held strons.. elation: at :t's hall on East Chase street .1 r f'Hil'
P C.an.Florida; 1 K.: "'. Newman, pastorates with the First iCiritia.i} ; ,I Wednesday evening, January 10, at !8
<*CTK.I.) \\ II. Johnson Boston; A. church at Birmingbam, Ala., Nqrth oc' lock. Following !is the program: Fbf One Day Only i1.. :
tt S.mK: Florida! : J. W. GriM:!. At- Side Christian church Chicago and: i I i Guitar. ,I }
:ama.! F. XI.: Onset city; W. S. Duck- the First Christian church 'of New I 1. Balla-la: Circassienne: No. 2, C:;t. y
('!tl. Guy i_.'Garha'rt. city: ; Oley Orleans whjcii. last: pastorate he resigned ; tin. Monday from 9 to 10 O'clock ;
0-mndssoii. hicao; : Oscar Williams two: years; a3-'3t the earnest; 2.= Pearl of Xires (Spanish Dante) ;
}.""..Ia: : Stxe S-Immo! Alabama.! call of the National. Board of Missions ait Terror.: V 1

---- of the churches of Christ, to become ; 3. Tarantr.K- On.! 13, No. 6. Mrtz. r a.I.:
'a--! of Bin Ribbon Lemon and Yap General Evangelist and Superin- Mandolin I ;

'I< .a arHtcrcasing berause Ribbon there's: tendant of Southern Missions for the 1. Andana et Po.onais?. Mizza' : .. .ards Best lOc Zjhyr Gingham, limit of 1 pattern to each 10 yards Stout Sheeting Domestic for.. .. .. .... .. .. .. .47c f',: JJ
logins jus- lies\ the "Blue Disciples of Christ. ,
cap- . . ... .. .. .. .. .. 49c !
1 .or lk-biies! they* ;o twice as lie has held good: meetings lately in 2. Minaot: Louis XV. )Mizzacapo. customer for ,, >]... .,. eo. 69c 10 yards goo I OutingFlannel for 1 hour only. l"
far. Fhre"t"portw" Orleans Athens, Mo 3. 5th Air Vane DinclaAbt.Banjo. Best $1.00 Comforts |tlr 1 hour only . . .. .. ..... .69c75c 10 yards best 6c Cotton Apron Checks, for 1 hour only.. .47sLadies' J 4). :

bile. Charleston.: Atlanta Abenieen. ; 10-4 Blankets: nc over 3 pair to a customer at. lot'r pair.3Sc 65c; Muslin Chemise, Cambric ruffle collar and cuffs for .

A selected Water considered select wine.moretnllOr' : Meridian, Piedmont.. Ala., and Washington I 1. IGen.s from favorite Operas 10 yards Finest 12% Saylcs Beach! !ry Cambric, for 1 hour for93c 1 hour only .. .......... . ... .. .. ,:... .... .31c 1 1
: anI than Pa. I
1)many) a tHe Armstrcns.( ; each .. Ch for hour .. .... ...: .... .. 25c a j
WHITE ROCK WATER is engaged in leis city for sonic .. Polka elk Concert. Fno. 10 yarJs best So: Sta lard Calicoes, 1 pattern to customer L-," cs' 40c Muslin! mise, 1 .

.k always the selection of the most exclusive. weks wtere his people are rattier 3. Alic.', there Art"Thou (varied). for.. .. .... .. I... .....-.. ..-. .... .... ...-. .... ....39c La 'es' 25c Muslin C."". C"m, for i" "" ''..'.. .. .. .. ..1.
veak" but he hopes to'leave them very
Ascher Fa..l:1nd.:
mi'ch stren'':;theaed. i
SlOpS arache in two minutes; \
'OO'ltal'b scald In Itching piles! provoke profanity, but Cured Lumbago.
It i pain of burn or 1.
,s'I mnm: :s; hoarseness, one hour; profanity wont cure thf'n'Do nI A. B. Camnan, Chiiaso, writes Mar, [! > Don' For et that We are the Leaders in Low Prices, and, it+ willt f
1I.1I1S', ''It'l'nt': two hours; sore; throat I( Ointment cures, UcnJns.; blowing or 4, 1993::: "Having been troubled will);
......* coins-Dr. Thomas Eclectric. protrudinpiles after! years of suffer-. Lumbago, at different times a111! One::: t : Pay You to, Attend. this Special saf .. '
01 monarrij over pain. jln. At any drug store. | i one physicUn after"finother, then dj!!' .
frent ointments: aryl 1 linijii-'nts: (' \ .'
:; gay ; ::-
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delh'ery part of the '1 It un alto; cthr. 'So' tried one* ,. .
to any '
E. B. ACOSTA &. CO.M city.Prompt !| mor?, an 1 got a bottle of B Fard' I .'.:, },: ...e'r:..... '.. h.?'-,,.C,:'..''.''..'"1. .. ._' '-":--., '. -. .'. :.. 'T.''." '. ,,. !. ,;
/ Yard-22 to 28 Nv Tarragona -Snow Liniment which; gave me al : '
Office and
:63.COAL ir.ost instant relief. I can cheer!ull;
helesaJe and Retail Dealer* in St.. Pensacola ,Fa-! Phone -
recommen 1 if, and will! add my nam,
ICE 'to yorr list of "sufferers." Sold by al

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Ordox "SToxxrICE The Catholic! Knights of America:! P
will nee! It 7:30:: o'clock! tonight i iJ
GOAL and WOOD special session: Business of iaipotance. lj'I ; l fE
:All Liembers requtsied to at, I
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Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. I|!: tend. By; order of president E. MOTTA, 1 E ,, .. ... '. '- .. -.. J
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71i.X: ; **:f" i.E-. '; :I JANUARY 1906. No. i.
:: "- ,. IX. PENS\COLA, FUUCID; -
Daily. Weekly. !i -= .. .
Sunday. A Forceful Speaker ; -" z'Fhc'acttia1numbcr. -- '
Hon. John S. Beara: will perhaps Min PENSACOLA JOURNAL printed each issue fort
of THE
PUBLISHED and of :
I EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY the race for .the Senate from Es>: : ;; : complete: perfect copies .
; ., I i ccmbia county. He is a' forceful ; the: year 1905. was as stated telow : -
-BT- I''speaker, and could wage A most- briiTant ::.

i THE I : campaign.-Palatka Timesr Dee.t .
i Oct. Nov.
JOURNAL COMPANY. Julyug. .sept.
j i H>rald, -' -9t"es Dar Jan. Fb.: lcI. .\pr. May June 7&

: ; ... :: ; 400( 4300 :;O00 .,. 4600 ,4 0.UO, :) : ::000 550 6OO 5Th0 .J
FRANK L. MAYE9.,PanIDL"fT AND GESIRJLL:M&ic&az.L I! Made Good Reputation. rHon. :1 _1:1)0..:.:.:...... 40",1, .13:5 5550 iJ100; HilO 4..00BOO .,001) .... 5.00. 5100 .. ..
I J. Campbell A ver'Jr., .. who = .-. ---,------- 3. ,;'..;:1 O .00';; 430:; ..... 5150 .1450 ..'. 43: 5:0C! 5-100 Th0 s 900
I represented Es>cambia county in th- I '- ..;:..2363o -I05t; 4375 4900 5100 4100 40 4It9 .... :530:; 5150 .... Monthly Totals
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. last Le'.;lbliture, has announced his The dournal5....1..31i50 450t-,41,, : 483,01'00 ..r. 40'., 330 :.000 .54O!} 5901) 375') .
csndidacj for the tatc Senata from 6. ..!..3T1 ,.. : .-... I .aSOi 4910 4309: ( 4230 &000 5QOO 5400) ... )1)0 Reczpi1uIa1ed.istue .
Escambia county. Mr. Avery madea on I y -7.";'.3150 41 00', HOO 4800 4950 5000 4230. .:. :0G( 5100 5630: 5700ft _
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. splendid reputation for himself and ;_00 iI\jO 5600 56oJO
;'-S-.3900 -1110 SOOO 4800 .... H50 450 430O \ -
; One year...........,.15 00 I his count} as a Representative and : : ensacoa I .9..:-bpt. ,.. 41: 4400 5:00 4500 4150 4500.4300 :'200 ..... 5700 5650 Jan. .101,708
Six Months .......... Ont Month.......... 41. his friends declare that In"lhsSenate -- 10.,.... .3801), 4125 4I0 .... -1500 H50 ... 4550 .500 ;.50 5700 59)0( -
2 50 I; .l One Week ........... 10 : he will shine with even greater lustre. ( 4250 46 .. .... 5450 5100 ieu.IIJO7tJ1.
Three 11'.tooo H5i :
: Montbj........ 12S ; Weekly Herald. p paper which iia 4o;): 4800 : 4700, .; ; ;
Edition.. year.Jl 00, -Tampa 3)0!) 450 5900 5650
; : S 1-.4000 .4: 5100 tSUO 440's'.:. ; 4G': Much 12,175publishes
Papers on s.i.t all News Stan .. :1 I. Its ,13.:.... .3900 .. .. ... 40 H50 41:501.: ..>0 50tW ,,300 .1..0 ... ;)6,0 _
f- I the Uo ..) ..3900 417;; 453' HOO H50 4150 40;; .. i\300\ ;))450 580;; 5600 Aprd..IZ7,6 0circulation
Pensacola's municipal court day I
.... 4250 tGOO 5300 Z6O: 5850 5601)
; THE 15.1 .4000 U5! UO;; 4100 HSO "Ma 119610
ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH DETAILED'i after, Christina hau ight-two cases 4S00 300 .... :)1dO) 5600 Y. .
A i for trial. Just thirt-two more thai: I 16;........ ;U75 ,4550 ;)1')001350 4UO 409
CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. I Jacksonville. the largest of citj. statement 11.OQO U7 450 .. 4330 4450 ..... ISOO 550 5S0 700 6101) June.. Ill,100
4;: II in the .;Ute.-Jacksonville Metropo 18.3900: 411. 450 td.4.)1): 41O( 4f11)I80()- .. :::550 ,100 .... -
I Office*-108 and 110 East I lis. ; '- ,19.38oo. 4500 500 4q00 n50 .... 4900 4800 5300 53Z0; 6100 5600- 'July .112,875
: I Government Street C :!o..... 800 .,... ... t803 .135044)0';) ((1423 30 f)300 60J ... .5600 t1Z733-
TfiLBPH No. 38. i Jcurnal Outdid Itself. I "' -The majority of f 1..3800too'. :: 451)1700: 4150 U50 4:01) .. .: 550 5600 58)0; :600; August

!..... .. 13011 4800.s Z70 150 5
-- The Pensacola Journal tried to out : .UOO 4330 '45IO) 700 : 4450 0Sept.. ; .136,450eosaeo
: PENS\COlA. lo herself in its Christmas edition. It P I a _3---------- 420 500. 0000 13,0 44i0 1410; t800 5i5 ... 100 3 -
FLORIDA SUNDAY MORNING.; JANUARY 7. 1906 was the biggest and best Rotten up :!LuJ..UOS .A1iC U50 .... 1330 4100 .... 4'50' 550 56t\O 5700 ,,610 Oct. ,144,100
,; i:i -- ---- .- paper ever gotten out for West Flor -, adyertlsers 5...;..no!} (2.13 44)0; t600 -4li0.: noo 4300' 400' .. 5&00 5790 .... N' 150 250
*** men Is at work pushing the line from ida. It was fall of good reading mat ., ::flI..... .40Th 430\ 482;) 4600 43)0.; ;... 4300. JSOO 5i30 5IiOO' 6000 5600 ,
: ter from the first page to tha.twent- The.Journal 7..... .3930 oi.. .... IOQ .430 01450 4t100 ,520Q .550 600 ';;' 5600 Dec. .l54&iO
Chipley to St Andrews with ;
i:. WHERE THE JOURNAL prospects fourth. and the advertising pages are .8..3900 4.)00 5100 01100 48)0 4450 4300'P.. !50 fOO 5aO 1)600.... .
"" CAN BE FOUND. of completing the work so as to allowof v,' the passage of trains between these manager laugh.Milton Index. exclusively. 0........ ... .... 4S00 561,00( ( : ,tbO 4609() 4S00( () .21)0 .... 51.0 tJ1aO I 1,518,068

t 'i The Pensacola Journal Is on # points in the course of the next throe S C S .- 31..4000 ., 5103 .... 4600. ..... .,.. SOO( .... SiOO j>." 6650) ._ ..
:.t 4t sale at the following places In Big Real Estate Deals. -- '--
: the city: # or four months. I Not only Jacksonville and Tampa. ToL'1s.101108 100965 n5115 12760:; 119610117100 112815 11335 136450 1HI00 15O15O 154S50; 7
,. One of the most important lines that hut Pensacola also is having som 'b.J ,j
Bay Hotel. Average 391 1207 4636 t509 S011504 ,13U 41U 5248 5542 5779 ijn5
Coe'a Book Store # will in nil-' .probability, be completed I bfg real estate deals. One in"olvjn? ,
i Depot News Stand within the year is the' Apalachicola $100000 was consummated in Pensa -

; fl i #io=.. Gem Hotel Book Escambla.Store. ## !Northern work upon which is prog- cola purchase last week l the Ewing when a estate New York property.man The grand total of copies printed during the year 1905. as per atove statcmentwas' ...____....,_...1,518,068

% Merchants Hotel. ressing rapid I This line, when fin ,Jacksonville Times-Union. Tms' grand total 1,518,068, divided by 313 (the actual number of issues) shows the average
.I Southern Hotel. Ished .will connect the cities of Geor- I S S '

Thompson's Book Store. .* gla with Apalachicola and eventually, Pensacola's Jolly Christmas. 'number of copies printed per issue to have becn i...._.._-t..r........___"" _"",....'' -__-,,_-:__ --,,- 4,850
41 'I\ Walkers Book Store. Pensdcola: did sure- have a jolly -
anew city which is to be erected .
4 4 I Christmas. 'There were' only eighty ..... .,
; .<< .. ... on the site ot old St. Joe. thus open I I arrests made and Record Laney :1.I" #- IT '. .

ing up a large section that has hitherto had to put in near a full days work ,. hereby. certify that the above; &tate'i<;RO\VTH YEARS Sworn to and subscribed Before me tins

IS been deprived of railroad facilities.I I Tuesda}".-Milton Index. .- .. "--" --.' t ,
The Journal's Circulation Another very important railroad S S ments are correct according to tLe records I90I: ._ .... ....I,887 i f 1. l zrt day-'of January 1906..:
The Journal's Growth.
Statement for 1905. that has been_ projected from a Pensa: The big Christmas edition of The I, on filein, 'this office. t Ig02 .-__-2,441 i .
cola standpoint, at least, is the pro Fensacola Journal last Sunda .
% In accordance with Its usual cus- posed Una from Mobile, through Pen used up over a; ton of white paper, I 1903..- --" 2,929 i ,

.:,- torn. The Journal publishes this morn sacola, to the; Atlantic seaboard and which amount. would h&Ve.been fcufii __i-_ '- FRED: A. SWEET, I904- .3,540 I PERRY DICKEN, [SEAL
ing a detailed circulation statementfor dent for a two-monins supply, a few : : '
while its construction Is. apparently, __ "' __ ?
CISCUt.ATION MANAGn.Igo5. -- 4,850 :' eoias PUSUG.
it Frank I
the past I years ago. says. Quiet
The statement;jear.is a matter of the somewhat distant fu-i I Mayes i 13 one of the great successesof .... .....!. .........
so plain that ture, Its importance to Pensacola and Florida Journalism. and with the,

eryona can understand it. It shows all of West (Florida as well as Bald-I inevitable growth of Pensacola theJourna'ls Every advertiser is entitled to know what; he is for
his The
the number of getting money.
: copies printed by The win county, Ala., will be almost beyond circulation influence and income I.! '
: Journal for every day of the 313 pub- calculation. are bound to grow steadily as. above, statement shows what he gets from The Pensacola Journal.

ljcation days during the year of 1903; 1906 will the ;years pass.-Jacksonville Times-, ---_ ..,----..- --, .._._ :..
The year undoubtedly wit- Union. i --- -- -- -- ------ ------'-- -- '-- :: -- -
showing also the total copies for each activity in railroad building S ___
ness great perfect mastery and mattes every env!: ; __al___________________
the 1
month total for the year the: in the tooth and. in all probability. Took Index' Advice, p'oyee: In love with his job, you are -- -
average daily issue for each month this section will be greatly benefited I I Pensacola people are all stirrea' up not surprised, at the extraordinarysuccess "
:4 average for th year and the average: by It. : i over the erection of their new citybuilding. : he has made in Pensacola

I for each of the past nve jears.i I lit put up. on A the number plaza of and people a number want journalism.--4ve: Oak. ..Democrat.

:i- The statement is one which' The' Claude L'Engle's Jacksonville Sun I,I 4. :Journal feels proud of. We do not I continues to shine despite the alleged buy that property between the opera The Pensa 'Pla Journal-.i" "is another1' DAY)

:iii: Ul.evo there I Is another paper in. the, attempt ,to boycott' It. ,by what he house and th'lews office. It is big Florida< paper which! .did .Itself proud
world, published! In so restricted a enough' and the building 'would'be an with twent>-four cages last Sunday.! _
terms_ the gurn boys. In fact. ever>-!I ornament to tl1e"1: .lac9.-Mllton Index. It was brtght,: cheery and from its'I -
i a territory, which
; can the .
thing except L'Engle has been so I S koka rosperou.-Montgomery Ad-
;t progress made by The Journal in the,' q\.iet\ { over in that part of the state recently Handsome Christmas Edition. ,V43V1A.- r.. i.s On the 1st day of January the Mayes Printing Company

mat five yearS and-- "partieHlarly'. 'id, that 'you could almost hear a In its handsome Christmas edition .-r-tt5 ... 1. .. adopted the hour.qay making a contract to that effect
: the past year. this year The;Pensacola Journal used B.. P. 0. E.: C ;.istm.*. .' ,
Less than two sears a'go The Jouinal -, pin drop maybe a gumdrop. I over one ton of white' paper, an The B.; 'P., P. E. -' amount which it says woiria'' have lasted revoleot Protective Oraer of Elks" increased
: rate and the of
install consequently
a Goss web wage employment
new "
press'wlh Clark'refers of is'a
to big institution
Champ Secretary for two months a few years ago. and ornament..
a capacity of 10,000 papers pert the Treasury Leslie M. Shaw as the Frank Mayes has done wonderful They ceisbrated their! Christmas by S ." ': ,only first-class II1en" is now more than ever an absolute

hour. It now looks as though insideof logical candidate of the Republican, things for The Journal since he took feeding tie poor. These boys practice t S necessity on the part of the companY-It can't afford to
the next twelve months The Journal ''charge of It, and when you meet the true Christianity ifthey,, don't .
] will have to install a stilt larger party for the presidency in 1908. It flea and tee the smooth and quiet ret on tht housetops and" preach It.- employ any other kind.' It naturally follows that your workS

and faster press. Champ's opinion is correct the (democrats -'I way in which he. dominates.,that well Milton In ex. ., J. j I| -. will be done' by the best printers that can be procured and
will have an easy man to defeat' ordered shop holds' every detail in !
The Journal feels that Its readers Right Up'to Date. _v ]\ S that it will be turned out to please you-we can't.afford

generally take as much interest in its ,. The Christmas edition,of the Pensa not to please you. In this connection, it ought to interest
progress as It does itself aad that i* :. cola: Jourtal it certainly up to date, all lovers of fine and
printing good stationery to know that
and shows up the business of the town
one reason why we publish for theirS
: 1 1I Li a fine ?nerBrlstol Bee. I we have just installed several series of the
r.enflt the very expressive figures I I. Any Honest Business Can I SPensacoiaPhysicianL I
wfcieji The (Journal's circulation statement -

for 1905 contains The physicians. of Pensacola" are a| LATEST TYPE FACES AND SOME OF
[You Advertise.BY "
Be ,
Boomed $ good lot They are not required to .
; -; It would not be a bad idea for the take out a Iic!'nse because they do so 1

Ii4 city government to give a little attcntkm. 6 2 much cha-itable, work In their prac

::4 to the schedule which the street 7 5 Fre'cl..lek J. Burnett, Chicago Sunday .Times.; 3 tl c.- Milton Index.- ; S I, THE LATEST IMPROVED MACHINERY" '

; car company Is now running particularly U Room for'More. i
ttMJMtMtvru avtmmvri vA \ \ vc nwvPKOBABLT '
btI on its Bast Hill lim The Hon. J.Campbell'en', is a canafr The latter .includes a new $300 Wire Stitching Machine
_4 Journal has not feone to the trouble date for Jirate..Senator from Rscam-
I of checking up the time but we are every one who has makes it difficult to do so until the .bia .count].. making the third on the Stapler-the'best: and most expensive machine of the kind
advertising has en doctors and l'.wers learn what the list. Ttf"O.: is. room for more.-. in the city. :,i- .
I satisfied that the company's franchise the man who thinKs bankers. arc ? itt learning-that ad. cajnesvi) %lEun. ,
ik Is not and has not been compile with his business cannot be achertis9f. verting may be dlgnlflel! enough S SC I v. '
on. that line in a good many wetks.I His 'name is legion for any business and yet bring re i, Where is Nixon OUR STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING -
early in tbe'ad. suIts.It The. popular Pensacola quest.on--: -
and he usually appears

I New Railroad find. him man's:in careerOne almost all trades.is likely lie hasa to manufacturers is the smaller who most retailers need to and be I where have bcm i I'; John1 answered.B. :1'ixonsPemi''John B. wits to' will be held Tuesday, when, plans will. be adopted,'looking

: Construction. variety of reasons"for his belief.but Ehown their l mistake and what It llt8nagerDf..a prominent store in'Per.acola to the addition of a great deal of 'newequipment, which
te store burne). the safe
Costs them. ; was ;
The man with 'a large
: On the subjects of railroad construction they usually rpUte the to particular the high line quality of store or a big manufacturing/ business lobbed :fid ,Manasv Nixon diysterioaslj will make the office one of the most complete\ i in the State
of his stock 01 "
Lr: during the year 1903 and the outlook business 'in which he I Is engaged. knovs the value of advertising, disppeared all on the same of Florida. .;'
night. lie other
day somebody saw
for the current year the Binning If this were merely an excuse, to otherwise his business would not be

4.f ham Age-Herald has the following to,: get rid of an 'ad man with whom he big the Mexico.missng:Another manager good in the man City gone of OUR BUSINESS IN DECEMBER, :. : ; -
to do business it Gain on Merit Alone Slow. ;
say: I! might not care is "rong-io: in .Jh2 wrong airect'onfor -'-
Louisville and Nashville Railroad I would not matter greatl)-except In The man who can make a better Cinaia would ha\e. been safer.-- -
,1. I The company built in 190; a branch I his b lief. so. it does matter; the success pair of shoes or 'a better chair than Live Oak Democrat. was almost .phendienai-bigger: \ than we had any reasonto
; 'I which otherwise! might be his anyone ehc will have the advertising)I I
thlr .slx and one-half mile Ions extending expect that it would be. and we believe customer
and in of time
in I does not oonie.: course that satisfied customers bring anl : Salting town Sheckles. every
Minetto to Foley,
4 3 Baldwin from county.Bay and It also built a there is a failure which need not have will in time have a patch worn to his'I Pensacriians are up and doing and was pleased with :his,work. It may interest our friends. to
I; I been were I it not for this all too prevalent door. But this is slow buslnels.1![ sailing d miles received
and -halt long. just
I$ branch fifteen on< company tneGOVERNMENT
'I flea that there is any honorable Life I h short and rent and fits! must indicat-d b\ the fast that the bank
i4;; extending (rom Altoona to Moraine busing that cannot be advertised. needs be paid for It takei another'deposits h nt city are .jio- .said to
I If
41 The latter branch near kind of advertising to bring! custom' b<. larger than ever beCore.-S't.' CONTRACT
FI and is perhaps .a part of .a direct line. To sa>> that '>ouc business\ cannot era quickl Those who are'to beatlsft"d ,'gOstiu Jeteor.I ., -
ril 'between Hunts*ille and BirminghamThe be advertised Is 'a virtual admissionthat ; I S SC -
qucJ1jll1d' spread"one's
Bay Mlnette branch perhaps looks towards city to tell, the truth about it would fame must first be induced to pur.I I :Centimen': vs. Utility. for doing the" last :requisition of job printing at the Pensa
11a1 Fort Morgan where a be damaging; that the less people: chase. It ought to be self'evident Pensaola i 13 right up against the is'sue > cola navy yard. For a firm which has
tft will be built, and a port established.: know of it the better for jou. that: a given number of sales ins. JayJ i!' of sqtiment vs. utility. Her only only just begun
ii4} These two .branches are. fifty two Advertise ,if Business Is Square. are better than the same spread over t: rark or jublic square Is now wanted. .. business we consider it a compliment to our ability to do
irrles Nashville long, hal and not.if built the ..l.oUlsvllle.anrl them in 1901 Advertising telling what you a week or a month;' or' fiat' to' b'enVIi|tab a site for city, hall }purposes and the right kind of work at' the right kind of prices.
there of Pensacola !
diversity opinIon -
have to sell bow much it costs forth ten satisfied customers thin]I I i
Alabama would have made: a poor on tb subject.--Luc Oak Demo '
be found and why people : :
< can morning will result in more speedy -
of railroad construction IF THIS ADVERTISEMENT
showing in th respect crat.
that docs '
it. Anything
should bur profit than
in that ear. for less than to :send forth one every I S S SHard
54 this any way of ; thirty miles were built h"sile. To admit that you cannot do The to'do i the' Tine; at Pensacola.: -a :
thing to get
i The ciureiu year'is morp promising is. t i State lealth Officer Porter again has attracted attention
: your interested
is will
this is to admit that there something customers to cora to you at once.The or you, you
'!'Ise Louisville l and Nashville Is as full wants toj-etfre,from public snir, .
k this it I wrong-with joir business. If way to do it ia to advertise. Theyw 1 '- I not call at our job office; 24 West Government street or
: of construction plans year as about it but he *U hardly I be allowed to do
a was in 1105( ;, and there i Ig a railroad ifou you cannot are asbaaisd let people; of know It; if knowl; askc.l m come; if you wore can quickly niako;: them if they wish are to i I so. His bard times, last summer at:I ring us up, Phone No. 181, and tell us what you think of it>

c4 5 from scheme St that Andrews proooses bar.to in build Florida a ,line up I edge; concerning; it would briiij un- come; If you can make them under time PensacoltarQ for$anting probably to retire.the -cause Jacksonluie this! Advertising a job office is a new thing in Pensacola and we

:1: through ttatp.' and the another eastern company counties hopes of the to I favorable yourself:results you have to .it no or excuse humjkatio'ito for I stand what why It 'will"96 they should;;inr li'riIh com. 'ThatIs I f\ .: :-,>VQlis"".,"S _S _Si 1 I ,are interested to. know,. what you think about it.

: build"from Mobile to }Florence traversing continuing It Do not get the idea that advertising ""I I' Impresset With iPensacoU.Duringnur ---r-- S ,
>> housebreaker cannot advertise -
The -
is for bargain sales onlV. PO notthink
the western tier of counties.. visit to Pensacola last
:, ,- Illinon) Central and the Atlantic his business, nor the highwaj- because you are selling hg: week wevere; greatly impressed with
The Birmingham are also preparing tot man and there are some few' other grade goods; at high prices you cannot!I the prosprity and bustle of the .eft).
:y lay and rails *o Birmingham. and the ral-(! businesses that noboby would claim I advertise to advantage. Some people The recet scourge of ")'ellow jack" MAYES PRINTING I
,t, TOM mileage of th? present year will I could be advertised with profit; but,.prefer to pay high prices. and most' leaves 9 trace of its deadly effect. COMPANY
that ortheysar that precededIt. I they are not many. Judge largely! by the price. Those who I' Everyone seems to be busy and in
reeed There are a few professions like want the best and can afford \to pay gieat splits, 'Our friend. Frank I.. r' '
the law and medicine, the ethics of for It are most willing to do so. but, Majes eitor of the Pensacola Journal FRANK I JUlES, HNv'anlNE;
The railroad scheme, to which ,the which do not permit advertising. they must be toll where to find it,just, seem to be as happy and ;,' B. BERNARD,
A1eUeraidrefe'rs.: of building a line This does cot aItCr.the fact that a as the bargain hunter,needs to be told' natured J: ever. Pensacola is goalS'j _ec.f.,,.T,...",.".
: from St/ \' northward' Is":"al. lawyers or doctors business mightbe where to go fur bargains but in a different ing and on't you forget IL- ,. Ps1d.O.'S i
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2222222222aaeaaeeae aa e 1 1IYOU.MEN f"f!''gnatun: ;>j5L : Ht tibs pariah and a committee title: for'work in the near future. a2222e\ ; J
was jipnoiated to present., the A in.-i we-ji-ed not took for' nejp ,
urns c ta,.Gor. Da L1U Brock. from the" automobillst. \ .", (' ,3 v L .
It happened .that while the people> Their promise* are'' like pie'crusts,I '' 'a
aiu' their representatives were mcnejfvorship ':niade ,to be broken."* .' N
Ii Iim ?rs-tha,t i K, they believed in Theft intentions may be good: but 'Fa' ,/ ,
of '. "hell is 5 N
the omnipotence mone) Govern paved with good Ittt nUons. "
lu lujv nor Brock) on, the :contrary was a "Ki2 gcod intentions will never give I N
ney-lnMel: that: is. did not believe us good,. hard, paved roads .In Duval
that money was able, to do the tttmty.'Besides.
''m least thing. % this we must recognizethe N
N =: ''N Consequently when the committee moTln? spring of action ,of the
presented tie petition, toe began to jkvsr&ge man.
ftffj work with ,argument to prevent the The automobile men cannot be ex- i
citizens from going into debt and becoming (.ectef to favor/"a' road'' that witf\ be Millinery

L That Like ToWe&rGood I :, and London.trfbutary-. bankers in Paris of the "greatest good to tbeg'greatestZtuznber" ,

After explaining ,to the committee Such :a. rqad would Interfere with N fU
that all the money.In the .world could their comfort In auto driving, compellIng m
& !not lay a' brick: .,Wuld not plane. ot them !o regulate their movements N
frk I lay a plank in the, proposed market t.". meet the requirements: of general Sale You
house, with little.effect, he finally: travel :,'
V struck the right way and reached What they; want is a spee- "w8Y. I,,
m A P their understanding follows: Thia -cannot,obtain la a n'ghway ot,
II "Will you permit me" he aske, *to much &avel.While ',m Will Talk m
place before you some simple ques-! we are waiting for good
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.4 I tjQUS?" roads.. the turpentine op?rators. crosstie -1
rJ I Then continuing;, "Have we the men and the cord-wood cutter are I N m
: necessary number of mechanics denuding the available value from the!
m among us to bund this house?" The land, which land later on will uncbubtodly IS c.AboutFor

0rj L1K Shoes. I committee,replied that Uwy had. ;r&'t'rt to the Stat for\ _
taxes- '
I Had Everything Necessary. :
:The Scrip Plan. !
Tbfe Governor then asked It they But,,to return to the "scrip" 4LA Years tom ruOf
II I had the necessary bricks ime., lumber FlrJ5\-Let the County Q> Plan'l J.
hardware, etc. ers have the
I The committee.' replied they had, or estimates'; furnished necessary of surveys the 01

m I'' could get them. l e built, Improved.. issuing( such I I'crip"
'"fiiiWiJ Th* Governor, holding the list la t .
: o( such denominations, and
(U \ TAKE NOTICE THAT .!o> ,* "W'f I his hand i in whfch he bad noted th so in such amounts, from time to time 111 ruU

,.1 ,., .?.,( lit items said; .".Here you tell me we as may be required' for continuous
)" to build
"tV U, have everything ,necessary work, ..and'pledging the assets of the "
N N the' market nouss.. yet you desire met county for the.lc: redsmption.. or, cancellation ruru
bond you to.bankers (or a material in not more than ten years m 1/, ,
m m vblch is of no use whatever in the fioni, their date of issue agreeing at ,
We have just received a Big Shipment of the Celebrated construction" of the building. Strange ,the same ,time to cancel 10 pr cent rd REDUCED TO SUCH PRICES THAT NONE ,WILL BE LEFT ru
anomaly.) of ,the whole amount each year until ruru
Packard Shoes in the i "It is true," remarke-a' one of the the, whole Is cancelled. I } IF PRICE WILL SELL THEM.
Very and Swellest committee, "we have men and a a- In addition to this- N

terial. but we lack'-mouey to p&y.the" ,Let the 'count receive In payment I na Your choice of entire line of Walking Hats worth from $1.00 ru
of the the material.
styles and to buy
season. men
IS of taxes and, all duos coming to it. It"N'
0 I "Friends" ," replied the Governor, such "scrip" as may bo presentedat cu to $3.50, MONDAY ONLY 50 CENTS.
ro "when a wa'gats'pald: for work doneor par. NReduction

0 Plain Leather $3.50. Leather material furnished others it'means and thath sold All "scrip thus received for dues ru
< Shiney 400. has worked JOT and taxes, over and abor the 10 percent Sale. '
,thematerials.-I required to be cancelled may be ruru
''la it your Intention to build a reissued in payment. of indbteaness1( I l w
mI house for bankers? If so. then you Of the county Your choice of entire line or Trimmed Hats". This includes, :
0 are right in demanding pay from this plan the county : all *, choice N '
cue. By supposing our $8 $10 $1 $15 and $18 Hats-jour MONDAY
0 those bankers. But in slich under should decide oc say $500.000 as its I I NUl to- $2 $3 and $5. ru
not place yoursslt
Sod you should Issue i it could have available for im-
WM. JOHNSON bondage besides. .for .the I mediate-use,at least $300,000, and pa,. ; flu! Your choice of ,entire line of Baby Caps. which includes! all ruru
"It thosevbankers pay you
0 1 12222222222a22a2 house and hold you in bondage: also' no Interest on the same. I' Caps from $1.00 to $2.50. MONDAY 50 CENTS.
; wPl In the meantime, a fresh assessment 'Hi ru
demanding annual tribute, they of the.' property improved bv'.
0 soon have both the house and th? such 'roads would furnish enoust :: The of Past Events
aai ficnex the)- paid jou fends In the shape of additional taxes I m
a2a22a22aa2 !aa 2 "Allow me, gentlemen, to propose. a to meet the cancellation required for I !ruu
>. R better Pftfl."Having : -each ;year N is Present Power. <
as yoU, .say; men and ma- Thus the general funds of the county -
s\ \s\s\ma jm v vAtt\n\uI teriaJ all t-katjs necessary is the case would not ,be drawn upon at all i 1M m
Is to keep account of each man's con!' for roatf! building.By ATTEND THIS SALE!

I: HOW TO GET GOOD ROADS I tribution in the the future of.expensasuotthe; ''lrk.N'w
best H none by means "
'This can Such has been a like exponents !U

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."Instead of bonds I will issue $22- the national war debt incurred by the Falk's ifiiiiincry ffl m.;
000 market ,houses script.. of different : '
Dr. \. T. Cuzner. of Gilmore. Fla,1 there is a criticism,;by Allan, Rodgers There is no.question ,but that Duval denominations (as monejY and with. aorth. -first"c.' tD
The named was estimated : ,
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letter of
on the
nag presented the : present status of road building
county ig the 'richest in, ths state and these pay the men and purchase ,materials .
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"he subject of How to Get Good Roads: in Dinal ecunty.. receivableat cost $10.000.000. ''m 1O9 South Palafox Street.
'o the- Cointy Connmlbsioners of Among other things he says "We Is well able to meet any obligations making this scrip The cost: up to its completion was l.r.a2222e :,
tender for the
legal money .
par although'the actual cost
Duval countjGilmore.: will 'never have them good roads) incurred in icad-building. If given time ." $22.000,000 .
Fla., Jan. 1. 1906. until the qumion is made a politicalone for the inci cased taxation incidentalto rent of stalls" ; Iahot-aMJJUterIal was only 15. 2e22Cte22 2 ae a22
TO the Honorable Board of CountyCommistoner and brought squarely before the increased valuation resulting from Commlttco Assented. 000.0,00 and up to the present it is -. 1
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:; ,of Duval County, people" .1 road building to furnish a fund more The. coutmittee"afte'P some 'hesitation wUlmited.lt .bu'cost $30,000,000, and -
Florida- l do not fully in:1or: .' this 5tameon' than sufficient for this purpose., assantea' to the Governor's plan. it Is .estiroaUd t that before .it is pail B. L. HALL & CO. : '
But how to obtain funds of the to it, It. .wi -have cost $.100,000.000 _
at in Moet agreed
allow ote citjztns
Glntlcmen-Wm 3-00 kindly !. jet I really behev* wrought to : by financiers that
me the privilege of expressing a few make the Question a political one. sufficient amount, without reporting= : The "scrip. was: ,issued and ma It"is waf. debt created& and existing at WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS t, }
I to bonds, bearing interest, is url&l jirocuwa, the men put to work. the
thoughts on the subject goolroads' A State Hlghw y. ques the rioee of the war has been paid FOUR FULL QUARTS 1
and the stallsrntd :
; lie'! further, raysit:,nag my hope, tion.This tba 3uitding'erected- I for twic9"over;; .and: i i. now nearly as
I will not occupy :jour time with remarks I and I believe the hope ot many who was the question that con great-as vw. Such is the effect of '--OF',.
on their advantages, for I feel I love rood loads that some memberof I fronted the people of Guernsey when The "sc' A p" circulated in't the< islandat *' interest bearing:, bonds f.'
assured' we are a unit on this subject, the late Legislature -should they wanted to build a 'new '.market. pirH :: The interest oa the $300.000 sunkin
reduced their
aaj further, that jour inclinations, talize] himself by at least Iminol'l'I house herr month's' rent the St. :;Job* at' Dames Point FOR 350. :
quantity, and in !less than tea' years ,
desires and purposes are to advance, a bill to create, .state highway commission Dr. Cuzncr's Plan. '": tM' would go far In road building in the
all back in public treasur
this laudable object. with! a clause 'somthins like Let us consider their action au4 its and were stamped "ranceflled." and thus county.Respectfully. : Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your
M I> reason: for this communication this: '!" result.In 'otJ the Guernsey market ) submitted.A. the order is received. Give trial
the life
fludej' goods same day us a
is to aid you, if possible, by such Information "Said CQisnUfc&ion shall proceed at T. tVUZNER; M. DIf .
advice and labor as may once to surveys locate, lay out and Guernsey-the parIsh, marketing of St. Peter.was carried' Island of I Now.house gentf-merf scrip. this is nota fable order. B. L HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.

l ht' necessary to bring about this much build a state highway, beginning at in protected stalls around the on I I to' bolster up a fad of 'Dr. %Cuzaer, yoU haven't the time to exercise _. ,. Z _
to be: desired improvement Pensacola t.nl ending ,at tae most church square. but Js an 'historical event criticiseda regularly. Doan's Regulets will pre.
I I. therefore, tender you my best:! practical point on the Everglades. I The )losses to 'venders .by rains and< j, follows by W. Stanley Jerons in vent constipation.They induce a
'n'ict's. for th* use of the county, "Said highway to connect whenever the: 'inconveniences to buyers made the Ms work ""Money the Mechanism of mild, healthful.action: { ; ofthe, bow-
fr((> of Cost, to be use!: : practicable the larger towns of the!I ,
.. as you may need- : of a covered mark;t house keeoly Exf-hange. page 105: els without griping. Ask jour dni,- 41:
irecl State I felt and some public.spirited< citizens "Guernsey market 'wasbuilt. without 1st for them 35c.
In a late Sunday's Times-Union Let me iske an addenda to this,! twk the matter in hand tota\e oni apparent, cost. _
viz; : built. "G vernor Daniel DeLisle Brock
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The ,said commission to be composed An estimate of the size of the house desiring ,to build a market but not ,$25 REWARD
of one number' of each/ Board''of required brought its approximate (having the necessary funds, issued --dNOw
County Commissioner!. 1 I.:. money to $::.000 and to. raise this under the r'al of the island four thou f-- ;
The commIssion. .to elect one of their amount became' the question:' $;m1 market notes for cue pound each r------ -
number president. with! which he paid the artficers.
own as It was a question, however,.of easy
Such commission ouli insure unity ""' !Ufu the' market Tia* flniahed
\ solution as there were tbou.anjfe!, of
of purpose and action througuout toe piecedents. lad the rents clmj In the notes were
Stat('. They drew a petition I thereby cancelled.: and 'not an ounce. 1
up '
However, such a. measure: wouM r rth. the peeds; of a market 'hou\ *;* of gold was employed: in the matter. 1j 1I I DAIV! I II
'. "T I is. howeNer. no mystery in
have to wait on the. next Legislature, aid desiring the Governor to issue )ere
this aVantag of paper monej."A .
if obtained then.According interest bearing bonds. tq be negotiated 'j ,
aln'ot Interest accrues
to an editorial of the in Paris or London for the similar "
Times-Union! the. average elector does amount of money required jo build I I upon all paper notes so far as their
the held In I
amount ? ,
not vote for the man because he is the 'house. I "
: the best man., lie votes for him be- To this petition ,was! app1n
cause h$ )likes him better tnan he Advantage of Paper.
I likes the other candiadte. ---.r -:04 This is ,the adrantagt possessed bj9ur
This i hi 4rue of Florida anj every
backs, sH\er certiflcatcb
gre ;
: other state.. And so, it ,Often conies New Shoe and national bank' notes
'''to pass that the man ,who aspires to There is not' available in the country I1'2irOver. 2,000,000. Sold in West Florida in 1904. 1
a position .because he has ideas oft .. ... sufficient amount of coin to re
how he can best serve the people,and : t'et"I11' on -half of these notes at present \VARR\NT. : for! the driest of this woman. PeflflCOlaFlOrJdtt
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A Word Twoon .,. Frank jRcilly ', Agent
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or J who intends td leave self out of consideration ; "Issued and jet for the demands ,

I is, often' defeated, (Our Store 'qf'trgdo and commerce we are alreadj Wire 'sheriff'at DeF'nnlak Springs -
.$J5QO reward for the child -
Florida) :
in 1902.) )
Dinnerware own case I by our growth and 'development rtquiring ,
The otner candidate wins more I an additional supply. of a re-- Fisher Monroe Douglas This woman
votes by remembering' their names 1'able; ) eirculatin1; medium Florence Wc-odf- kidnapped him from
Patterns and profcssinggreat 'friendship for *" i Je\-ons further atsr Freeport; FJa.: on' the\ night of September iMr .
teem or sharing In$ their! vice, "' On' or' about '.vanuary' "The issue of paper reprs entaMve 6th' 1905 The chili! I* 6 years oil, -
The Financial i f Question.I HI; w'e will open) at of naone> i lit teneficial >to,all parties, fair km. light hair, has uppvr fore-
fl \Ve mean of course open-stock have observed wherever I have at- corner of Bajlen and pio\ide4 tHat it be conducted upon a teeth retied off; Ytry plump weight;

patterns-the kind match tendej; the rcoulihly meetings of the Intcndencia I tli., sound method of regulation boiU 50 jiouods; very bright rhl1rJ.Expense3" AA1E.ftake
can get I
you r Count Commissioner and propositions :; \Vfe lied\ that Benjamin Franklingdv'qcated .paid both ways delivering
ings for at any time without troubleor for the building o( new roads and carri-d: into practice cMlfl to DeFunl,k Spnngs, Fla. in add .
stat..- :Ju Pennsjhania this methoa1' o( meeting :tiou to the |?5 reward. .
delay. On demand in fact. ,, taeu.Rermi b> the
I'i came up The ShoeParlor ,
mont that there "was no mont> to state ob1lcat Ions. r' H. A DOUGLAS., / the celebrated cure. Botani Blood Balm (B. B.
T There are many manufacturers and build the road proposed. that the toun At the bUinnms! of the Civil War f _Father of the child. /1 B.) It is all in the world you need to effect a perfect \

many patterns hundreds of them. t)- could only.:go.v4rV slow-in iha't improvement .! th.\ Vl\1l8d States iavernment issued Det'urlfak.Sprlngs. Ha. II and lasting' cure. Even the most obstinate \

q J To select from this vast array the .1 of the roads; lhat the keeping rtcelva'bie$50,090.000; () () grenback all ?. Banking\ them, Tjaaltn. II weeping and scaly' form< of
best in quality and the choicest i ia ornamentation -, in repair :sued reals as were alt already it This i i8 U3 for circulated public at dues.par with NOTICE.; ii cured-cases which resisted the united ef- M"t' -

and secure the absolute con. made 'con, tr.net'"ne"rly building, pur. fold"all through tht war, while later There! will be a regular I I 'II forts of scores of medicines: ancj rnifny trol of them for this vicinity has beenour could spare for road, C. THIESEN, Proprietor.J not receivable, passed current testimonials substantiate this state
>esNow. i:. WIU5QN,.Mtnaair.Ve Is ueli." so meeting of :\$t. Horab II Hundreds. of our I
hobby. po for want' 6f gootf roads the \ will have a full line, of. at a discount of 50 p'r rent. Chapter No 6, or\ Mon II ment! I! you want cure instead of, a costlyexII
That's why we sell so much dinner- county is not rsceiving as much tax, UptoDateMen's .1 orJv The enterprise Guernsey built market with U "scrip.not. "the' day. 8th Inst., at 1:30 p. II periment, call for Botaniq Blood Balm, and accept II :

ware-we've got the cream of it. both as it ought/ to and the property if in they the 'Witness the bridge'at Kansas 'CU>: 'psW.,B-:. ANDERSON. l no.substitute.I A never-failing cure for eczema. // 'j ;
'foreign and domestic right here in this rural disfrItIlflasilY1ear: several enterprises in our .
had them .' andtBoysSlioesf Itikewise SecretaryKnfghtf \\ Price $1 per bottle at all druggists, or tent on TtctZPCo.fprice //

they mop. People may look elsewhere but In addit1qnJctttIL.7e.4Ud! much ..-te .*. ....*., own state.. Plan ic Feasible .. I \\ : S bottles foi $2.50 6 battles for $5.00. //' '
finally wind here to buy.q ef Pythias.PpnsacoU
state on account We will sellFOrCash
UP to the
Don't you need a new service? The property of reverting delinouenc, of taxes. and That: constitutional such a plan I is firmly both believe feasible; Lodge, No 3. K. of I', \_._.__BOTANIC: BLOOP BALM CO.. Atlanta. G*. J

pen-stoclt plan makes the problem easy. I Other prousrt .:li-heing..sold to turpentine baring consulted with tae best legal will! hold a regular meeting Monday 4r ..
work 'Ts.WhO; only hold it long available ic Jacksonville night January *th. at 7:30 o'clock. '
Dqly Went
enough to destroy the timber. .! .. I II !I' Now, It appears.- to tnt, that If we Work$ in tha Rank of Knight and in-I ,. :, :j:
the COHImisioners I *-- % of' omcers. Delegates to I -
-J Believing_juiJUdothaiall, I cannot originate some form or plan by Btallttlon
would like to see the way i so when von pay for a pair of, Shoe I which this principle of "scrip" issue district. meeting! juegtd\ to, attend ill
for th m to inaugurate a system of I I here, you pay for: the Shoj3 only,' not can be: > made in the way of money for Members 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA road'buildins."l" 1it 'end 'a\ r'fo makeciE'ar for bad accounts of othera.and_ bookkeepers load'building very' (ttb will dare :In .bretlutn, ordlally"lnvi to'meet ,
a plan yvblchb! 9 county can collectors stationery,*etc." this direction. with J1.'. 1 .
engage I in. th.1.9Ik.&Lca on an cxScuaIy.8calc -I This means that We ....111 ,UNDER.gLLI4eLCOMPET1T1ON To'thls'vl w I 'sin constrained by :. 1. 11.BJtE VTON. C. C. ,

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Here we are off for a hunt. The eight smaller illustrations 'represent game foundInJsTorth America* In the large illustrations. ,' are concealed CONSTIPATION

: three. of the, animals ,indicated >in< one of tile, small. picture! ., f \you 'guess Jtfie ,eight answers- ls ,;. ,:.;. ::; t ',, : atipat'on"Forever- and slue during rn this! nff lima f J 1 with kl chronic, eon-

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a three animals in the main picture? V: :; : 1 avid bare ma M>tion on mr every t -et n r hon 110-0
find the :' nappiy iDiriethanin0yeani : J
+ \ > ,,: *" : Ji ., :' ;. <.t .t-,: .tried Csc.reta. Sad Yday before I I am. j01,1: JJ"j
fc v s ,.ekL sultereduu.I. miserywth; JnUroaJ: nil:..Thi!:k
to you I am free from all that tain '
<, ,!, 'it-< .. can UM tons in behalf utB a-nmn.F.fuber fcaST.1": : -
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.. .. .. .. .. : ,,:+:"':0+:" Hoi- Communion 10J30: a. m.;' English ,Carey Stewart. 'Bagdad, Fla.; Several of, the 'puzzlers continue toBend The RacycleWe
p ,......:+:+:...:...:.:.:.:.:.:.:---.ag.1r.1r.g: yl service, 7 p. m.; Sunday School i 'mto i-tewartj Bagdad, Fla.; sam-I I their .answers written on-not carry a Full Line of

i exercises 2 meeting at AESOlUTI N Of Stewart &' d:1d. Fla. Edward he Cou cn" of
j p. m. Vestry : ; "Answer so course
the Churches iv I close of morning services. stein, City. ; Bennie' Bernstein. City; l,they get no attention their answers General Sporting Goods
I Services at IIa .Scandinavian Lutheran Church- Net King. City; Susie Parker being thrown into".the': waste basket
Services at 10:30: a. m. and 5 p. m. Eagan, City; Celia Rand, Qty; Elizabeth I Better read the: notice. on the 505 S. Palafox St.

-::-+:' ''':'.1!. .It..:...:...:...:...:...:+:...:+ ....:a+:+*:+:...:+:+:-:I Rev. Helle, pastor.* THE PUZZLE Nell H.Sigari W' rt,.CSty City; ;Anita Wm. GIra B. ,Farley City;, "O Millie upon,."Lucy.'and: ,EJ.liftraJne omitte-1 ----.---- .---- -. '--

; i Presbyterian.First Mairlanna, fla..;Frank Gentry, Jr, the word "dumb" In ""No.." Co1tre11;:
ilt Milton, 'F1L.; Jack Gentry Milton, Alice P. 'Pr tclsrd} and Everett ,
ilk Following will be the order of services T. B. rector. Sunday services 7:30 Presbyterian Church-Rev. '
a f and Sunday Fla:; Robert> L. Mowlin Birmingham Rice use the 'woroj!, ""Sums": for "Les FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
: at the various: churches throughout 11 a. m. and. p. m. Julian S. Sibley; pastor. Sunday '
: a Ala., ((703 'Joseph St.); Mamie D. suns" in "Xo.:7." Pensacola, Fla.HEALTH.
the city to-day: ; School 9:30: () a. m. ,Service Wednesday school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor
ARMY Bryars, City:, Charlie Bryars, City; Maude Cr \k'grv s' No. 7."Anlshine .
Catholic. and Friday atI, p. m. Saint's 4:30 p. m. Preaching at ,11, a. m., and - -
"s 7 Days, Holy Communion at 10 a. m. 7:30 p. m.Sunday Mtnnle J. Young, ,.Birmingham, Ala.; my shoes" which is anothe-
first mass c
St. Michael's Church Oscar Keith. Seitz Farm. -i; good resolution. '
Sats free. A welcome to all. school at the Stoddart' Avenue <
r o'clock; children's mass 9 ; Ferdie Hilton City; Elmire MarieBe11'City'Glaith'C Susie'' Kiddlnger, uses the word:
4:I St. John's Church, WarringtonRev. Mission at 3:30: p. m. C. F. Zeek
+l last mass 10:30: o'clock; vespers J. R. Bicknell, priest in charge. superintendent. All are cordially Invited Bell City; Lola "Examples" for_"L s80ns" in No. 7.
;ls o'clock. I Services first Sunday 11 a. m. No services -, Few to Lee Daniell City; Will, Daniell. City; I I Monroe Smith arid Clara Pebley
'i- St. Joseph's hurch-Ssrvices as follows today.Century Comparatively. Answers Willie McLean, Escamba, Fla.; Pepper's answers: to-' Batby's: Christ
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: Mission-Rev. J. R. Blct Universaist.| Majorie McLan. E cambia. Fla., mas puzzles, were postmarked-"De u.
1 Sunday 7. a. m. Low Mass and In- nell, priest in charge. Services todayat First Unlversalist, Church-East" Last Week's Puzzles-Elmire Ethel McConnel, Escaaibia Fla.: I 28. 7:30 p. nu1' and did not reach The

tl; struction. 9 a. m. Sunday school. 10 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.Methodist. Chase street, !J.'W. Caldwell, minister. Ollie Padgett, cambia, Fla. Journal till 12:30' : a.. nij Friday morn- Is wrecked on the rock of
s a, m. High Mass and Instruction. 4 p. Services to-day at 11 a. m. Marie Bell the Winner. Bertram Dannheisscr's' last resolu iig-hours to .late for the. Puzzla Edi:.
and Benediction of ,; -ion-"To be more handy" Is an excellent tor. '
Vespers -
m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Special I
Blessed Sacrament. on3 and .I,trust hewill keep it. I| Now Puzzlers l -get on thinking
the Palafox Street Methodist Church- meeting of the Y. P. C. U. 7:30 p. m. I 1 your I CONSTIPATIONThere
Mass during the week Is at 7:30 a. I All Puzzle much Bertram Is one of tie brightest boysin caps-here's sport and knowl-
Rev. B. C. Glenn, pastor Regular ser: are cordially, The Army had 'too '
and Fridays when i t the PuzzlevArmyland if hewnttld I edge 'galore' and I '-wish those
m. except Mondays ; flees 11 a. m.; HJV. L. N. McGee, of candy and fruit cake,during the "Roll brightchaps
'a little :
be more careful
h It Is at 8 a. m. During Lent and the, Omaha Neb. will preacti: at the 7 Christian. ciays to be as bright 'as usual, but- he would always -: ,who'were shouting for "80me- thousands of men
months o! May and October it is at t IP. m. service. Sunday school 9:30: a. First Christian Church-Corner Al- look'but for the glitjerings after this. get on the honor list. Look tiling hard"jould wake up and try are
last Sunday's pictures of, i anl women in this countrywhoga
r 8 a. m. ,tin. J. N. Andrews superintendent. canlz and Gregory strests. Bible How they "resclved" 2, '5, 7, and up Bobby'sresolutions to "get" these easy' ones. Don't let
Confessions In the evenings before Epworth League 6:30 p. m. school 10 a. m., H. J. Mackey, Supt.. 9 Is 'a caution"toi all chlla'ren Bertram and see if that that bie hea'sea ".100'Cow" scare you health! has been wrecked
Sundays. Holy Days'of Obligation and Gadsden Street Methodist Church-I Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:?0 p. m. even those of a larger growth-to beware un, Isn't the "biggest thing" over;; If you are little. Bigheads. are boosaI -1 on the rock of Constipation
that "Dyr : Piles, Asthma, Chronic Head-
I First Fridays" from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.I by_O. P. Spiegal,_ general, evangelist; of too many good things to eat I I toosusually.. : act: and
i Indigestion manyother
++ j Baptisms Sundays a; 2 p. m. or by by the pastor, Sunday school 9:30a Of Birmingham, Ala. Revival services "all of a sudden." It Is sure, to result chronic affertionJ. -
appointment. m. Bpworth League 7 p. m. every evening this week, Except Sat in long continued night-mare judging i nervous
f'' S 9r I' uiday at 7:30. Subject this morning: from, the answers of, some Puzzlers. I They have tried manv
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!t Church of Christ. Baptist.First "God's Two l tSitartling Questions to :Miss ,EJmire Marie 1)all 138 East PUZZLE ANSWER ,COUPON prescriptions only to grow worse
Church of Christ-Corner Alcaniz Baptist Church-Rev. A. 1 C.: Man;" Evening "Our King's Su- Gregory, is entitled tote dollar this and melanchoHe! and have nearly

'{ and Jackson streets. Bibb school 10 Ridley,..of Live Oak Fla., will nil the!preme Edict," illustrated by chart. time, and Is invited, to calb for H- at l forgotten the meaning of perfect ::
e, ni. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. pulpit at both morning and evening I J Monday night subject:. "Onr Old Enemy. The Journal: office. Must Bt Written on This Coupon'Bi&ak. Na I health They eke out a
at,. by W. T. Tracy Prayer. meeting servica. Sunday school 9:30::: a. m. ." A cordial welcome to all. By; the way, the Puzzle editor takes Attention WB1 le hid Those:) Not Written On It.. ;:No i miserable existence with the belief
Wednesday( night at 7:45.::; East End Baptist, Ulurch-Sunday e this opportunity to compliment Miss Exception to this. Rule. I ) there is no permanent r.
aI school 10 a. m. Wright's Mill Shed Second Church of Christ, Scientist. Elmire Marie: and hiss Gladys Bell .' a' I lief. It is to this class of suf-

Episcopal.Christ corner of 10th avenue and Aragon Tha Seconu'' Church "of' 'Christ: upon the great improvement in their My answers_ to the puzzles in The Journal to-day are'as. follows: t I f?rers 'that we most stronglyap-

it Church-Rev. P. II. Whaley. street. A cordial invitation is -extended Scientist-Services every Sunday writing and In the neatness of their 'I peaL They can have no idea
D. D. Rector. Regular services at to all. morning at 11 o'clock, Wednesday af coupons. what relief is in store for them
7:30 and and 11 a. m. and 4:30: p. m. ,a ternoons 3 o'clock. Reading room The correct- answers to the Puzzle No.l t -, 'i'f until thy have availed themselves -

Sunday School 9:45 a- m. Wednesday Lutheran Church. open daily from 10 a. m.' to 3 ,p.< ni. pictures in'"The Journal on Sunday, ,.f of a :bottle of

i and Friday services at 4:30: p. m. German Lutheran Church-Rev. .: where Christian Science. literature Dec. :31. 'BobbY's' New, Year Resolu No. 2
St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Da. P. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Suntfay may be had. Room 6 Masonic Tem lions are as fellows: ,
Tls street. Rear. Andrew T. Sharpe, S. School 9 a. m.; German service with ple. I 'on't-TELL STORIES or- I life

.- --- -- Salvation Army., -aw tf!' I won't-FIGHT. I111 b -
Meetings nightly at the ,Army Hall.A KIND TO DUMB ANIMALS-and J .- -
cordial welcome is extended to-all. will-GET UP EARLY-and-LEARN No. 4' :', I | liver and Kidney Cure

4 Sand for Book about"Motherhood." ''unday school every Sunday 2:30 p. MY LFS.sON'S-and b- more-TIDY; .
a a m. Richard Norris, captain in charge. Correct Answers Received. r i.
t become mother? If do realize: ( ,
Are you to a so you S .. Correct answers were receivedfrom .
f the great amount of suffering that most women are No. 5 A tieatment that has cir''l
;i First Church of Christ Scientist the following: girls and boys of
obliged to undergo the pain they have to bear? If you '
; First Church of ChrIsti ;Scientist The Puzzl-9 Army. thousands of almost hopelesscases.
could do anything to relieve that pain would you not .
Service at 11 a. m. Services will beheld
do it ? You are a sensible woman,and of course you No. 6.
in the Fensacola Library building -
'Ould-then read carefully every word. ,
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Lower California is the home of a I ', :" r. : ,
a liniment so potent that it win jreitly lessen the I species of 1 Lard 'which, appear* to heat No. l ': f'

suffering of any cast of labor, no matter how diffi least a second cousin of the tamed WIN. '. 1 i long life Remedy Co.
cult. With this hnlmant Motherhood> is a beautiful I
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m I "Gila monster. It Is of a mottled ..
N '=!) dream; without it, a nig mmare. No more suffering and brown color and only about No. 9No. II J
+ ,no more needles cares bat ere peaceful i
@ motherhood $if you will]but Clpe1\your eyes. fifteen Inches long. Tfc* natives of that Anniston, Ala.
adminster, and i region nave given It the terrible name. GrapeNutsIs
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i wonderful in results. .A ''word to the wise: of "man eaterbecause It baa a btbit .:))10-.
t "Mother's Friend" U.drurpt, sell it at of attacking; every,human being }'t sees.. S .' I For sale byHANNAH

t r I l.oo per bottle. We ien4 our book, "Motherhood -j going at one open moaU>edt but doe the one true scientific, Nine.Stmt.

'*, ," free if ask for it. wllt1'or.: do., I
i+e yon cot appear to mind either Brain Food., (; .
'+ i BRADFKLD REGULATOR: CO., mestic animals The.man.eatet'a bOOt -.i; .Z ,f.J BROS.1 1k

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A Enuretavestinnieet! and Prota1ile>R .- IN_ TO SELL OR 'aUJ) ? ., A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. 1

REAL ESTATE $28.5oo.00-0ne of the inost valuable pieces of property in the city ;
% on :3 streets _fi:
We can 'please you.: call and see usoday' a corner and fronting (260x240))
are made more often than any other : .. .; ; h'A $20.000.0o-New two' story brick building on Garden street near Pal ::1,
Every doUar invested in Real war. You can mak3 a small. fortune 4 lots W. LaRtia.. On car line.! .475. { :'I\\ afox. with lot 92 feet front. Quick sale. i
fully by a substantial Estate is protected amplyand by !InrwUn;: in lots on East Hill at $50 10* lots. block,'363:;:few City.$250. 11.1., I $t2.I00.OO-Larg: 3-story brick building, near business center. A ,
\alu2-a value that grows/too. ant $6?'j);J'. 'Jot. Buy these lots as the years roll around. i I ; $7500.00-Desirable building lot. near business center on corner (245
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$1.00 casa; anil 50c p: r weak, They cor et. hock! 60. : Tract bar ; .
will bciwort from $100 to $15:! in gain... ..' ,. ',. ...<*. .. ... ......$750. \\1 II fet by 192 teet). 1
HAVE SOME : I two jeaj and it will take jou that 6 .room, un? and'half story 2 lots I I ,r. $6000.00-Improved property near Palafox -street, property paying .
WE PROPERTIES about= 12 per cent We consider this a bar ain. ;
; long to'pay for them. corner""East Hill,
No .taxes or Interest on choice carline I I
% : :. ..' . .... .. ..$1800. ,_ "rO!' RICHB $5500.00-Larga .2- tory dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood. i i
ON OUR LISTS THAT WE CONSIDES ;' HOMES. 7 room cottasr, bath and toilet. 2, BLOCK'' with 12 rooms and ssnants. quarters.: Lot SO by ISO feet. ,.<

5.room' house W. Gregory.,..$'850lOsroQiu lots:corn r. East Hill., .'. .. ..$1800. ON EVERY Our Rental Department Is given special attention and our lists
of stores offices and dwelling contain locations in all parts of too ,
FINE INVESTMENTS. house N. Bayteii<....4500 100 ,acre farm., about 8 miles west] whers ,you find our "For Sale" sign, Our of :
city. Insurance _Department, representing 15 the leading I'
5-room house all modern East of Pensacob;.includes-.dwe'lmg.; shin there's a chance io invest and make
If you are interested: along i\i\A line, *c wouli be pleased : ,- .v ... Hlll\ .. ,..,1500 gle 'an] syrup mill, and various farming -I money. .The question to answer' is: foreign fiend. Loans and American,' 1 In any 'amounts-companiJs made can on fully real protect estate you and from'on short the fira no- t\
to have you call On us. or: write us for 'particulars.Investment ;, FOR RENT. lanpliments. enough, timber for "Have I the money?" You needn't tice. ,
6-room hOlts, near depot .. .. ...$1 6 shingle mill to pay for,th| place. Owner 1 have it "all cash*" as we are authorized ;
.6-room .houic 218 E, Intendencia. 15 in baa !2icalth cause of'sale.; wprth to sell! "part down" balance CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR

Warehouse. Cushman's Allcj ..... 15 $200000, price.. .. 4', .. ..$1150. "time." MONEY. .
peacolla COo IC-room(? house N. Bajlen. /.'.....' 35 '
: RENTS COLLECTED: Bargains in Real Estate I HOOTON & WATSON V

a. H. D'AtOfflCRTE. City Manager. ;. MONEY LOANED. L S. BROWNS CO. is the way we'open up the New Year.' ;
\ _________ Sucessors to Thos. C. Watson 0 Co. ,
Close deal
a and double jour money J
w. H. KNOWLES,V.-Fres.President.inl It. B. SIMPSON. Secretary.KNOWIES TkieseBuiJding! : In a :year or so. Close it now. No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS. '.
j.E. STIILMAN. Cen.Mant._! KITES T uunr. = .
I Real estate, loans.'.General Investments. I LESLIE E. BROOKS. "WE' SELL LOTS" McDavid-Hysr{ Company, '
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WANTED : FOR SALE.-4 r m 4bose.,: two large
_. I WANTED WANTED.-Bright! .man corner lots. near;.car( line', on East REAL ESTATE '
young Sale'IF
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i A business. and farming
jounslady; stenographer: T>hd wantsa Hlll..orerlooklng he, bay. bargain.J. .. City property .
:\NTEfPosition xiantsd by young: WA-iTED.-Dcsk :roonl )in' offic Ad- permanent'position.... Addrss. "Per- W, Cooa .\,at Pen cola InvestmentCo. lands bought d-Eold.: For SaleWe I- '
cl-rk office a R' SA.E.-"Olds-run-a-bout.
or $ .
Dipping auto- Your is kindly
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nirfn < dress! P. O. Box 06.' 7j n.COOK. l 1manent. aie JournaL 7Janlw* _-'- ,_ -- 6janlw patronage
is willing to work.A..J' mobile cheap. C. M. mane ? Do
b 'am line WOO SALE-O. No.. 3 A Eastmansfoldlngp0ckeL for sale Apply Have joa )- to invest you
!, -..- .\.. care Journal. GjanSt* .- \ i WANTED.-:Men to ..:distribute sam. FOR kou'ak a bargain Applj Covington ConsoUdated Grocery Co. want a nic3 home?, _
Sxpenencejj chef (colored: ) 'I ;
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t pies, tack sJgns. U.DO l1 Uy. No can. jan.!
for to B.U; Reese 124 .S Palafoxetreet.
open engagement to outb! I
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to know that van ing.
.\STEU- I he public Jan. 1, Florida preferred; references. Continental' Distributing I J:*. 5JanFOR'SALB. Victor records 35c and 60CaIf on : SALE. harp them. Several splendid ::
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-, i.fflce for fhe cents a bundle. They YUle pi. Boston. 19declm, WANTED.-Salesmen of ability anJ 'of the,,uJge east;-.. of the el Jc trierailway. Talking Machine' Co"*_:, Jacksonville.Fla. ,near car hue containing: 46 lots $1275. Saw Mills aid Saw mill locations. '
ar ;til cl; anafidnice. j I II i .. neat appearance; to call on all mer- .- !between 7th and 8th, iitre ts. Agoula;wanted.: IQdeclm Two four room_c.Qttajjes renting $15:>> Some excellent bargains in bre '

l letter T. out of I KJN'U & HUAL contracting painters chants in their! territory; elegant side Nautre has favored this: section and it FOR SALE OR RENTv-Two lighters; per mont!!. .? ... .... ....$1250. and small traits of round and boxei; ,
w.NTED-The dollar,i I acd decorators. Fine varnishing line com en it nt to carry; good: commissions cannot be duplicated. A.. V., Clubbs. one with>capacity for 75 thousand ft. Sjx TOOK* cottage with bath. etc.. timber lands. -
Sen ('h OatS.Vi1I to T.pay F. Westmark one ,1 1[ and ferishing. Sign panting! a spe ; prompt remittance. Bel.mont store and meat lumber; the other, thirty thousand ,ca. .706. E. Wright St.. ..' .. ...$1350 Large tracts of Mississippi Delta i
Apply FOR SALE.-Grocery
fm.ame 12: clait3RcsIdeae phone 249.WANTED. ,,2.9 ug. :Mfer. Co. Cincinnati.: 0.., itsWANTED.Traveiing business' good pacity. Raffn reasonable. Telephoneor Eight room house with modern con- and hardwood lamia.Splendid i: '7
n nbert' store. market attached: ; '
at : Chaffin & Co. venlencSs; a nice home N. Hayne list of valuable property
J. A. Milton
write. '
DCC.1IDO.1:1 .-All keepers or poultry to I salesman wanted reason for selling on acount of going Sldeclm 'street.. . .... .. ..E.$325O. and fine location for a Colony or Stock 1 I ; .
A position as st to sell grocers. Fla.
\\ VNTTiD- feed wheat. It is the cheapest feel :: posi north owner does not want to stay. farm :
FOR RENT. in South East
('r Six! years experience. Apply P.t I because it makes hens layaF.. S. tion. State present occupation and south. Address I. M.:, .care Journal. FOR SALE.-Seven hundred acres Georgia.
Five-room 520 E Do Leon Some of choicest residence-
0 t Box ;;f! 1 City 5Jan3t"NTED I Mellen & Co.. Phone 334. Co.salary S*.expected.Mo.Los. 'Angeles) Cider* Sjanlw timbered d and farming lane' 12 miles: street. . .cottage. ... -!... ... .$8.00 places in the beautiful little: city o! t .
Louis. it east of Milton 3 from railroad. Fine
W\ .-Second hand safe about The new Montana ) RUBBER STAMPS Second Floor Thiesen Building. DeFumak Springs Flo.: and In Milton. '
Market 7th i
cor WANTElXCookw'anted -Ap. stock farm conditions. For oj particulars .
at once. 15c 2te'ot.3 inches. .
_(jx'j:: in.irle.i Apply Y. M. C. A. avenue and Wright per Phone 332. I,
want : .
address H.Langley, Ragdad.Fla. .:
I ply'at 116 W. Belmimt.. .6jan DAVIS NOVELTY: WORKS Our prices and terms are reason
IJall::! I your business. We handle native *
and Sdeclm
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1222. J: SV U8 Palafox.
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Western meats country produced .butter A-iTED.-Offic! boy; one not afraid I able.Cal
\".\\ .-Electric! work of alt kind. I eggs. vegetables, etc. Martin & of. work. Apply Central. Wharf. You can"'or"iI by Mail.ISnov. FOR SALE.-Nice.' clean newspapers For Sale. on or write to us. ;'
fans repair "' for sale. Only 5c a bundle.. They:
I.'t II:, 'loan sour ; your Abbott Props. ISdeclm* 6jan3t -
.I i IIUUOoJ jour winnetc. P.r>n3M FOR SALE-:beauufu. t block In NewVIty.TactNo3i2. makq good wrapping paper and are i FOR SALE.-Full .blood Barred Plymouth -
:- Paula: Elctric Co. 203: S. WANTED.-AR kinds of electrical WANTED-100 laborers. -.Apply a*. For cash $COlApply just the thing to put under matting. i Reck White Rock Fisher
work. I sell all kind of electrical factory of Goulding. Fertilizer taco to A. M. McMillan. Court House.i Streign and Brown Leghorn Fowels
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batteries an-j other electrical supplies. tory. 'SJanlw. |i _' !i_ lang Pope Mfg Co.and can sell you autos Eggs per setting of ((15) 100. For TURNER&AYMARDReal
v' .\. TED. .- First-class rgistsredniKSisi When you need 3>e ring 345 or 955.K. ." WANTED gt>53 house'boy at once. NOBMXNS LLSUStreceivf from .00' They cost less than further information: address Plymouth
.! and pharmacist wants posi W. Peake new star: Laundry' build- Apply' 53 W. Gonzalez jt, t 3janWANTED.F1rstclasstaitoTctener $5,600 Compoun4;:> Cathartic.. fwlife horses,1500 to keep up.up.' They can be run Rock Poultry Farm J. J. Pope, Prop., Estate and
or ing E. 15dec. L. Box 8, Bristol, .1'Ma. Tjanlm '
West Florida permanent "
i '11 in } The11igatfftj1d West: E1HstGO" In' sand anywhere a horse can go.
nporai... Address F. Z.. care Jour.Ii j WANiE .-A. 'R. Bingham wan'3I anti pres.ert Apply No. '!r J: plten- ': .J .*..*-. ISnovlmFOR Leslie! E. Brooks.. bit SALE.-An upright Singer Piano Abstract Company, ,

3jan. jour moving:; and haulisg. .'He guarantees dencia. ;:(.'\ Jan SALE.-GoodljTamily horse new cheap for cash. Call at 1301 W.
S.\LE.-IO room house corner
I I FOR P. o Box I 115 DeFuniak
Fla Springs Florida
Government St. Pensacola. ,
harness.; Leslie
all E.
breakage. Phone 630. igrand .,
RIN'TER-S'eady. sober 'exp rienc'l I _. y WANTED.Young lady stenographer lot. 3 blocks from Palafox. lot 96x 7declm
Job work and .s'l lln.; of news -* Brooks; \ %. 'SdecKKCKlVBik line. For particulars Inquire
d m 132 car
WANTED.-Everj body to take dinnerat and assistant 'Adetre&J fblfSA LE. Liniite4"rumber i \ rishTls i
i p''9 i' work irom "dol1': to eiitor.: .de-( U ''' -Largshipment ot of Standard Clothing Co.. 29jaaFOR -
the South l in Jwntmgx, and state ; expected -4
1'D UQt 9de own salary
Mlddfe.Fldri I Ott. ,Retail White: Plymouth Rock Cockerels"Ito D. HALE 'WILSON 6
.' posi; 'ion; 'VYest or : : to P. O. Box 763. 3jan Imported Olive iy pint S.E.Impr farm 11<) $1.50 each. Tnoroughbred from CO. ; :
I.f prrfeired Can bring; recommen- COURT HOUSE DYEING Pressing gallon or>larger quantity. G. Morasso
..ion. Address Box ;34. Quincy: ,!I I and Cleaning: Club 118 N. Palafox WA-TED.-:1fen and boys :td learn & CO., ship chandlers antf grocers 701 acres on L. l& N.between railroad Cottage 16 miles Hill priz winners fresh eggs and poultry REAL ESTATE
1 ',i 3jantw1FEtoI I i, St. :Mrs T..J. Davis, Prop. Your pat.I plumbing trade pays $5 /day after South Palafox. 4oct north Pensacola 9' 2 always in stock. Ed M.. Pooley. :
completing course of, practical instruction !- ,. and Cantonment; room house large 917 E. Jackson St. 'Phone. 1121.6Janlw .
: onage solicited satisfaction FQR.e I. pp.ly. young Bwii.
guaran- : !!), ) cleared. 1500 bearing RENTS ,
bare JOlt acres AND LOANS
: ) 'IAND CLOTHING( WANTED I teed. Careful attention'glver: ladies' at. home or in our schools.! Graduates sired jby T/uke ot 'Florida 6J923 01:* *. cash time Will _ _
-Huh"st nrics Iaid for gent'siiDiin .': garments. Phone.. 1222. 3declm*I admitted to Union and Master J of.Ctn Lee..of. Balt1n ore. 5S541. fruit irses.for For city property.or on Apply C. FOR SALE CHEAP.One %5xSfL --
< oTih! Also sell second hand: -- Plumbers .Association. Positions se 'wlth' exchange
; I registrations and .
All guvantg&d launch with 4-horae'vpoWer engine.In
j.'llIdo.: No :9) E. Intendencia. j jKODKERS I cured. Cojns Bros. Co. Plumbing: .1 pedegrees. Carl:: 5et{ rlind. Chipley. N. Levey Cottage H11.}! _Fla. lOnov. first-class order.' For further par. We ba'c the following very desirable .

) KAiiffman's-' --pricesfor LOSTLOST. Schools, New York Chicago. Ills;, Cincinnati :1 Fla. y f 26nov. FOR SALE--Nice' clean old newspapers ticulars address P. O.. Box 418. city. pieces list. of property on our "ForSalc" .
get 0.. St. Louis Mo. Free cata at five cents. a bundle. This of
d :t>loplng and finishing. Best FOR SAL .-*One hotase and four lots 15dec. FOR SALE.
.-A white and bla. k six month log.WANTED.A. fice. -
ann t hcapcst in city. Romana and on 9th avenue corner LaRua also Sternwheel boat built for service in >
with nice lot of fruit trees
old setter : FOR 'S.A.LE-One fine display case; /2
for '
T4.afox 19declm pup. Reward i good stenographer.)- all household .goods? 'Apply' ta Mrs Mississippi Sound and Lake Pontchar- i
( and under New ...$1S00'
fence City.
and 3 feet
II .\. Brosnaham 21 feet long. 8 feet. high
: 7Jan dress M. D.. cars Journal in own W. E. Maxon on premises. 9dec. train; 110 tons net: length over all.
,f i wide. Suitable for almost any kindof Vz block best part of East Hill-
W N. staple
LOST. I handwriting. stating experience and feet breadth of beam is 20 feet
-Diik brown overcoat with I business. to E. L. Reese 111 ; ; cheao.
slid (anc\ groceries Lome and western light thread Reward for return! salary expected.WANTED 3tdeI FOR SALE.-Oe'1Illar&; table 4 4 Apply 5 Jan. depth of hold is 4 feet; bottom 3h"> very Best bui'ding! location overlooking;

b -ef, fresh country eggs chickens Solomon Fuinituro 'Co.' 7jan3tLOST.Larg ....:..A thoroughly Competent I x9; Ivory Balls :cues.and cue rack decking 2"; 3-3" bulkheads fore and Baou Tcxnr. :200xl37s ft. .. ..$1,500
and ihs famous blue ;grass Kentucky condition. .Price.$75.00. FOR SALE!-iThe restaurant situatedon ,
Apply -
I ;. In good aft; boilers; 2 Swaynoengines. lOx Ja'kou'striet.
to 'farm Good 5 W.
and experienced! man plaefl room house
.' f 10th and Greg ; !' dog with .white and Watson & Co. South Falarox-street opposite the
t oner avenue ( C. 9dec
r. Thos
14declm black! to of about 6 miles from city. Address' W.;I to White's Restau. 15 with patent cutoff; electric plant. : . . . . ..$850
c Sf Paone 10S4. spot; answers name postoffice known 'as
of the
1- : This i is a good sternwheel boat
: Sternwneel boat rebuilt In March,
Journal office. ldechne & block in New City near StodJart
Jack. Finder please return to E. rant. For' particulars apply to Hoo-
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedb I Greenblat t 1904 for service in. Lake Poatchar- fe. 4jan4t Mississippi river type; speedy,sound place .. . . ..$1500Nllmhl'r
,- 126 Tarragona. street, Any intelligent pefson may ,cam a ton Watson. comfortably arranged<< for
Mississippi; Sound thor and passen
24 W. and the
\ me Majes Printing Co, I train ; '"' of Rood renting houses that -
I >nd r eelJeyard. 7janlw. a good income:: Corresponding for Price on application. Boat ,
.">vernment Phona 181. Only the oughly strong and solid; 144 tons net; FOR SALE.-:-Fall pigs and gers. will net 10 per cent.
test! of work. IdecWe L STs: iicl1 round broach on depot rewspnpeia; 110 canvassing; ,experience length 'over all., 131. feet; breadth of sow?., If you' want quick meat could ba delivered at ones- Reasonsfor 120 feet br 80 feet corner Romana' -
I car. RiiseJ head and chip diamond unnecessary. Send foe parvJcu- beam"is 36 feet; depth of, hold is 46 makers. we have them. Berkshireand selling no employment for boat.I and Alcaniz.: Excellent Ideation for
: in center Reward for return !to Aubrey lars.Jortht'rn Press ,Syndicate,,'I' feet; 12 stateroomsand,, large cabin; Poland China, White Rock Apply New Orleans_Naval Stores Co., warehouse. Houses
will number house for you now renting,regularly
.hcap Any style jour figures you desire..1 lal1'at' Pensacola Investment I I-cckporL N. \\ Sno6ragi. t longitudinal bulkheads; 3'tollers. 24 Chicjteni.) FUhel's "Beat in the World" 519 Magazine St., New Ore Jans, La.nov.1l4.14.1619.2326 for $:1 pr month. ...eo .$2500

Our prices are always reasonable.i Co. U' feet ong 3S inches diameter; 2 en- strain. R. I I" Reds' Brown Leghornsand I
King & Hual Phonp 249.! 24nov.' Business g':.:"; 1S inches diameter.' 6 feet Barred Rocks; a. few choice cock. FOR S A LE.-Barred Plymouth flock Will lend a reasonable amount of
.1 FOR RENTFOR 'I stroke: allowed steam prvbeuio. :: erels ready for service. Cheap if sold Cockerels from prize! winner:, $1.00: at lowest market rate of Inttr. "
money ,
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U .\NTED.-Hauling and transfer j # poun4s; fitted with donkey boiler; at once Collier' Bros,.. Cnipley, Fla.; up. Large. well! marked good blooL est on any *f the above. ,. I '
work. Office phone 363; residence. RENT.--Elegant two story for? WHOLESALE HOUSE RATED $300.- Steam capstan; electric headlight. Apply 22dec2w Also some good pullets.' :Mrs Lizzie _S. Palafox St. ,
i noooo jwning its own Coffee ,Mijla:I New Orleans Nan Stores Co.. & Bel- B. Hughes Chipley.! Fla. 3ldeclm Phone 234.
phone 390. Acosta & White 22 23 N. room in nrw Star Laundry building, Zirk .lbach Thompson. corner : I :
25mar.1WASTJ.D.Scrond Apply Walker (In- desires; Sy'C' : of r'*psnlth mall to It} (19 Magazine St.New Ore&ns. La. and DeVUliers. dealers in fine _
it arragona St. E. Harden: {.treet 1 moot : FOR SALE,-South half block 211 ,
16 19 -
14 --
branch. Salary up t[) UOO.O'rncn'h' ]I Nov 1M2 -
>> and
graham. Star Laundry :!dec.. wines liquor clears. Jug trade fronting 400 feet',on 13tb: street by
hand corn oat FURNISHED COT'fAGEon Bay'1 ')' and cmni'ziona. Unques" FOR SALE-Sf'veral head ot mules a specialty.' Prompt attention given 107& Pet on Bay iew Park; also i Safes! Safes! Safes!
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of Shore on Dummy LinFor, particulars !-:: enable rcfeicnc's also investment'1 :and horses all in good condition. bom" trad?. rhone No. 5SO.9derlm .> south half of blo k 212. fronting '400 ,

'"' *'n hlpments solicited. Write us. inquire, R- Kella. ;... PJicne ;33.r if St.OOOOJ; and upaard* require,''I!I Consumers: Ice and, Fuel] Co. 17dec feet on Itfi St., by 137'/a fet on Bay I Buy Diebold Safes!
J S Mellen &. Co. 20rcar. <> P. O. Box'13g. lodge Manazer. 13 Riie" St., Chicago.1' li*'.FOR SALE.-One One triplicate! >FOR SALE, .House and 25 acres with View Park. The only property adjoin.

WANT D.=Tha-Merchants-Transfer Ki H. BINGHAM has storage room for "How' to .Make Money in :?t C1u".wriNj!,I''' .French' plate m'rror anJ one Singer'1 60 bearing pecan trees 1% miles ing Bay View Park that is 'now for: Scarritt Moreno
Co. wants and bautta.ALl rent suitable for fmatture. or'other for free copy, am parti;;:pile in MS :Sewing Machine for sale cheap Good:!I freM Milton. Fpr pa.rUculars address> sale. The beautiful vf*W' down the' ,
your moving I ?rstf> breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. goods. 104 and '106 Souh Tarragona profits. If. bayou and down bay fan never, 4gent.\ t.I
fen. Prop. Phone :978. ISjunclai. St Phone 630 SOnov : J50 Broalway,, New York. 11 1JacUo Sdeclm obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. .:OJly: I.

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How is Real Estate To-day ? Some Nice Houses for Rent. How is Real Estate To-day ? i'i'A '


713:; N. Bayien. street. 8 rooms. 2 s'oiy, eve'rysnodern convenience $37.50
Corned Bayleq and D'Bo'o, 2: story bath. 8 rooms. .. .. ....$35.00 two tory residence on North Bajlen street between Cervantes ",
Lot 100 ft. by 130 ft. deep on corner Qaisden: and .Bay'en! Sts $3 OJ.OJ Several Louses: on Bay. Shore and Bayou. from $10.00 to nO.OO.1:{urnish. and Gadsden. lot 70 by 125 ft deep ... ... . .. .- .... ...$5000.00 -,

One-fourth block in New City between 15th and ;$ti! avenues ed and 'unfurnished. 222 N. Spring 2 story. 7-room. no'u se. larsc lot, excellent neigh.' ,
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I 5) lois on car line . . . .. ,.. ,' .. .. . .$ 311 E. Rqmana, 6 rQ ms'. .. .'. ..... .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ........$11.00 borhood. ... .. .. .. S:*,:,. :,_. .. :. *.. .. .. .... .._ .$2500.00 .;

Lot $0 ft. front facing South on Cer\antes :street: ,between 14th 800 'J!:. Chase., rooms.. ._ .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .. .... ......$12.00 S rooms and hall lot; :SO; ft. front. on Bay between Clubbs and 1
and 15th a,'en ue. .. . . .. ... ... .. '.... ..... ... . .$ 450.00 720 B.: Gregory' rooms.. ... ....:...'.. '..r"l! }0.00 Olivia St. .. .... .. .', ......,..-T..... ... ..V .. .... .$1200.00

North East one-fourttt block 175 Xc'c'u.j.. ... ... .. ..$1000.00 101TN. Da'vjiv4 rooms aol' bath.. .... .. .. .. ... ... ... .....$10.00 2 houses and large.lot 70 ft.. front .on Government, by 125 ft. on S 4
for'a 137 1.: ft. frontb aicnu D. street. ... .. .... .., :... .i""........ .... .... .. ......$1475.00
An elegant site on Stoddards a'cnue 506 N, 9tb !. g rooms. .... :.. .... .' ... .... ,... ,.$2000

> 200 ft. dc!'p. . . .. .. ..... ..' .. ., ...>: .....'..<..lots.. ......$1500.00$220:>.00 409E.'Zarragose, Grooms". ._' ....;:. .... .... "... .... .... ..$12X0. and'144 Palafox ft.: by:streets.192 ft. .deep.: 'on. 'East.. ..Garden.. .., .,.street. ..,. .between. ... ...Tarragona... .$1440000

:North half of Blocks 106 and 107 on N. Palafox St. (30 SOS \V. .Governm. street. 6 rooms.... ..... ....- fc:.. ... ....$10.00 40 ft. front on East'Inrendencia, 'near Palafox street (Improved) $5000.00 '
Half block on Bayou Texar. 132 ft. $ t inches, front: on water. .$1600.00 100 ft. on N. side Of.E. Romana Su by :240 ft, deep. 160 ft. E. of :f'

and C01.! .$1200.00 TO THE: LANDLORD: : : ,.' Palafox St.. .. .. Of \l, ,. .. ... *.. .<.. .... .... "f' ... .$1500.00 j...... h U,
Lot SO ft. front on Garden St., between Donc'son .. .
$67533: \ Lot 35 ft. front on Zarragossa St. south\ of squars. ., $3500.00 .I.
io ft. front on Strong Street between lOCx and Uta avenue. IF 'YOU jARE NOT-'- SATISFIED' WITH YOUR RENT GIVE'. Lot 84>4 ft. front on Baylea, St. S6 ft.. deep J between: Romana fr.y: ,
140 ft south front on 13th street between 15th and' 16th avenues RETURNS and. Intendencia Sts.. '." ... ..' .-, .... .:, ... ... .. ... . .$6500.00 ..,
on car line. . .. .. ..... ,. '..I '.. :.- ... .. .. ....$750.00 US, A TRIAL::1':. : 'YOUJWJLL r BE'PLEASED. WITH. THE. RES LTS. Lot on South side E, Romana St. 40x170 next to Bass & Co .$4000.00 tl'
.tnlu-cst on improved. or vacant MONEY at th lowest market. rates. of interest on improve or vacant 1 :
market rate
MONEY at the of '
..uj. prop rtr. Rent. Collecting is ,Our Specialty. city real estate. j... : '

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\: ,' f CK.RILAGU, NA1G1YEN f Wjoo', : TH BE'SNOONE LIKES TO SE E : 'f I AdditionalJants

: whiskey : their home or furniture. or their OCkO: ,J goods-the smoke.re- Board and Rooms.
e- In
suit of years of hard work.and .

[N UP' BY : .,, Better take !sufficientFIIINSURANCE *',:*' ; I PLEASANT 2nd doo- from place t-car>.board lme on X MM..
-; : on Stro
: I P VAT51 1.1I apIeasuref\' \ street. For ;particulars: address \0V,
the' that
to sell ? to cover Its Insurable value and "stop! worry" 6jallllll

S eery man.with uninsured property ,must,' l.. furnished room to let--I;
, .. profit W. Romiua. half block from PalV

Most young men particular ONERS Si SiYessel to buy .- IOurance, KnowlesBros.GPl: ( A rI fox street. Phone 548.' Gjanh'

I If Oil newspapers at five. cents. bund
fire He. ;
about their neckdress and to at this _office. The)* are all cta'-i

I them we devote a great deal of always a satisfied customer ... 1 and-nice.

i our time. Which Sailed,, for Colon I when he buys *oid j JOE." always -. ';n. !IIi FURNIShED Splendid iew ROOMS of bay-Fine 411 Ioca7 n.

Results have proven our supremacy Icaniz..' South
Three Months Ago'ProbablyLost he f a Beth
j when
a .satisfdction NeA.OOX.A.\ :I
in this line. Select as- ... \ ---

sortment, newest shades and pat- at'Sea.' drinks it.;. it's 'so fine, and I Iron Works and Supply'Co.' \ NICE from FURNISHED Pa'afox! St.,. 'ROOM 211 West two Goien block.!?

terns superior quality. .' ment. Phone S9S 9.) ..
i, pure, and old. $ Manufacturers and Repairers, oft.. 2 forenoon: Inquire 8 to (
Every wanted.shape is here.Oceiiitsto$1.5O The Mobile Item saYBPatiently % MACHINERY AND BOILERS ? :21decltt

I the owners of the Norwegian schooner f5 FOFiGINGS. MILL AND STEAMSHIP 'SUPPLIES *? URNISHED ROOM; on East Hr! :

I Lagnna ha.e waited. iWr". aoma tidings full measure-convenient package I STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5 with privilege of bath; convenient

I I. that would solve the mystery surrounding -, moderate price-sold everywhere 1 ftouiyi >ateniion ,Kirento order'day) or sight. Agent \t ta car line; not too far to walk; prefarty !
tho fate of the'vessel which $1 for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log,.and Timber: Dogs. also t- .- or partieswho are permanent!
saikd;; from Moss Pointt M.is., over ri Chains: of all descriptions. : J, ** located in the city. Ada'ress P o.
; three months: ago with a'cargd of lumber 2 'Office Phone 123. PHIl. WITTMAN Mgr. J Box 52, City. Dec, 17
for Colon. Panama shipped: by the "b & b" atlanta **.' BOx 123.I .
The John White Store Dantziar Lumber Company; It was : I"I Residence JAUSLEY FOR RENT:-#"our furnished room:>
;N mm; =S. centrally located. IS E. Garden s'.
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Specialist lif 1If.,,'* W..", the Norway maiden fo_*voyage Mobile 9 steamship! a vea el owners built ,r '. J __ ..T'., ,- iSdecim'a- :

:: Pin 225. 595-597 S. PjJa/or SIr 8f, mention having be'n made of the l ld,4 .. ...,... .. ...................,.t... ............. Nicely furnished room ,to let at z\

of the schooner in the.. 'Item soma. ) --- \iT. Romana f:. ,block from Palafox
weeks ago. .: ".- TURPENTINE STILLS street. 5Janh-

It; was the hopes of the jMoblle owners I 6 COMPANY I ,

N.T------- J I in New as well Orleans as the'that insurance something people would McMillan 'Bros. Co f : TKO Wright ROOMS.-eet.FOR Furnished RENT-:20 to West sun-

--- -- -- be learned of the fate,of the vessel Manufacturers, leals furnished If desired; near E,.
and the mystery surrounding htr disappearance cambia Hold. 4janl .
.. FOR itENT.--One large furnish?!
IH COFFEE have been completely disappointed. -- -
: Not since her departure 'from Mos I front rojm for rent. Apply 247 E.Gregor .
Point has she be n seen' or heard from. I 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACQLA, FLA. i ii )".:. .Jjanh

All,efforts to find a .trace of the vessel l NICE FURNISHED
1 We are the Pioneer have been il1tiJ Skippers who go Naval 'Stores. | .without board. rooms with or
I i Wire's N: Y N. 0. Chicago. Terms reasonallc
, : Coffee Roasters of THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY NOW I the same route taken; by the Laguna Savannah Ga., :Jan.: 6.-The: naval .,' Apply 200 W. Intendencia 17 dec3*
to Colon report no sign of the vessel. stores market closed today as, follows:
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, West Florida.MCHUGH'S OCCUPYING THEIR BIG, NEWWA"'OUSE'.ON I Some hope was expressed\wi ks ago WW.. .. .. .. .. '.. .....:":.'5 75 I FOUR NICELY FURNISHED or u*
that it was more than' likely that a WG. .. .. .'. ... ............5 50 i COITONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISONSandBONDS! furnibhel! rooms; can also use for

JEFFER- survivor of the vessel would put in N...., .. .. .. .. i......:...:...5 25 light housekeeping. Inquire at 501;

BLENDS an 'appearance and tell.the story of M.. .. .. .... ..,1'. ... ... ...4 ?5 for3nveStm Vest Chase ttrect or phone 33.:
Sold ,.
SON''''t STREET.. the fat* of the. Laguna, but as nearly K.. '. .. .. ... ... '.. ..<......425 Bought and on Margin or nt.' ?7dec. ,
;: two months have pas, i d ,. this hope 1.... .... .. ''- : .;. ..... ..3 70, J
has been :blasted. .'- H.. .. .. .. .., ..*. ,:.. :......... 3 50 Reference:. First Nalhnal and Peoples Banis. J Phone 11 73 Ji NICELY FURNISHED bert room conveniently !
have no equal. A trial The Lewis Bear Company is making The deepest of regret is:also 'felt G.. .... .... ..".: .... ......3 45 : located; privilege of bath
wiflconvincetheconnoisseur strides of progress. This firm not sat in the loss of Captain Ojto' Gronue- F.... .... .... '.'. .\3 42% to 3 45 ,...........&.....e....... .. ............... gas phone. Apply] 126 W. Garden Si'

isfied with teing one of.the largest in berg and his stalwart crew of' nine E..... ',. ..., v.' ...:.....340to345 ,,, ,T 7i. I 3jan2w
that we v the state o with the, Norwegians all of whom came with D.. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .v... .3 33 ." '.""' ..'....' "' ." WANTED.-A': f--; boarders' ;-private
; propose : { compare him ;In the vessel from' Dremmen Nor- C:..... .. .... .. .... ..3 30Spirits i. : : family;' i-Icely furnished
make rooms
extravagant larget in tile south. -
4 Turpsntme 65 cents.
way. Captain Gronneberg; was 33 use of bath and telephone. Con\tni
. i They have just completed an extensive of and arr1e1n his BRIGHT SALESMEN I Iare
claims. years age eat to railroad shops and on car line
warehouse on Jefferson .
two 11
8LOO iPensacola Timber Market.Ti
native home shortly before taking i
'I' Apply 401 1::. Gregorj.
street which! is the largest warehousein *, timber market has an upward
command of ths Laguna.. He was a always in de/nand. The oihei' kind may get a place
Pensacola. The building extends the tendency for'averages over thirty feet I by luck, but the emplojer, I I ,
.;L Wholesale and RetailGROCERS son of Capt. "August Gronneberg : good nevr,pleased.: : UNFURNISHED-Large front room
from Main to Pine and meas- is firm On-smaller the '
streets ana averages
of the Norwegian bark Parthenia. whois fronting to south and west. Good
ures 250x120 feet, costing something. well-known in thIs' port having I market is weak. During the week : GAS' ARC LAMPS : I Iara light and central location. Apply I 12
H like 140,000. The lot upon which U about 1,000 pieces were: sold, most'of '
made numerous voyages $ to and from No' Palafox St. or phone 65. :2janlms
was erectel was the old pound lot.: Mobile. which was railroad, timber. very little the brightest salesmen of ;modern times They are '

and this magnificent structure is a welcome Nearly member' the crew being sold from Ferry Pass. The selling things nightly for up-to-dateiusiness'men.:, + BOARDERS WANTED at 312 N,
and all kinds of Feed change IndeeJA switch has was! married and leave' behind them ruling prices t during' *the. week on ''. Hayne. By slay week! on month
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ben built alongside the west side sawn' timber were a.sfoHowa':; i. Th0y, Bring DirectAdvertising : + Terms reasonable. Mrs. Jennie Pepl5declni'
and families '
Stuffs.Pluto I wives ,' ?hQ,.,,the' indication '
I of 30 feet"and 26 to 25%
where seven or tight cars may be A*erases ; up due.-
On' now point, will never,' know of Aerageuner.30'feet: .. 22 k to 23. Results |
loaded or unloaded at one time. '
their fats other than :tbey iotin .
were FURMSHED ROOMS with or without
j limited.
the east side of the buiUmg U a long tocks are i. '
ten schooner Laguna somewhere AUSUEY.& CO.'S REPORTS 1 for business men a'nd for the city. Not a mere display, 1 board. Pleasant locality tear
shed for the teams and where city
Water ,' in the Carribean sea or gulf of Mexi !J. v rpo6l"Cotton Market. ,\ l'i 1 but a display salesman. Our replies to all inquiries will + Palafox street. 117 E. IntendPiu-j.(
orders loaded the various delivery -
arq on It is learned 4
co. that every' meansto jou. Mrs. Fannie Rettenger. declJ-lnVANTED. \
The bIg warehouse is : Close I
equipped wagoas.-Hh a number of electric secure som tidings of 'the' Laguna J n -Feb.. ,... 8-0 .-A few boarders at :318Y.
have been exhaustedand all that is : .
: .C. t
Retail. elevators, ana all ''other modern con- left to close 'f short Feb.M r Pensacola\ Gas Belmont. New house o. good neigh-:
Wholesale and e career of the Mar.-April.....11 I Company
veniences The brick used for the vessel is to wait a, reasonable, lengthof ApnlMay .'.. & i bcrhoodand. near car line lldcclm
building were 'manufactured by the time when the insurance companywill Ma.r4uu8...I IT Phone'148." 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. )
Southern Brick Company of Pen- ....
Co. satisfy the owners for. 'the JnneJmlr. 6.18.
Orleans mone-
New ,
Grocery sacola strength.which' is 'In itself a guaranteeof tary loss. ( July-ABftwi.A.ugut-tieptember.."III',118eptembeOO ......."..............................................: caniz.and terms Nice, reasonable.large rooms;Mrs good Dora table -

The Lewis Bear Company will still ,. beJ!' ( O4'r'"........... Donaldson. 9declm
Jas. McHugh A Card.This" :
retain their present warehouses at Oetobet1'pnDlber,""'.. ,.......!.. .(.. -
the Tarra- is to, c-ertify'that all druggistsare Nov.ember-Decembr.!...........'t...... ....... ... Professional Directory FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for
21 Phone 1O5. Proprietor. gonna corner streets of -Government'and at the and corner' of authorized to refund your money Det-E-mber-.Jaoua.- .,-"; .......JTV_* "//0.. ,- rent with or without board. Night !:
Palafox if Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure Liverpool Spots, 8.18.i -. ,j, housekeeping. Apply 310 Wesl i iJre"sory.
and Main The latter will be
\ jour cough or cold., : It stops: the Every Day a PATTILLO: ,CAMPB5LL IGdeclm
iisd for 'he wholesale drug, liquor I
41 cough heals the lungs and prevents New York Cotton. Market.Opeo .
Morris r Dannheisser and cigar Department together with I serious resslts from a cold. Cures la His Low Cosj AttorneyVat'Law." ; BAY HTEL.-opcn night and day.

4 the offices of the coaipanj. grippe cough and prevents pneumoniaand &n.. 113),) 1U1: 1119 11.19 Room 405, *. TMewn .Building. European plan. Rooms light and
(Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) The drug department will be openedfor consumption. Contains no opi-I F.bruar1.........,.",..J ...-". ..... ...".. Working Day clean. Transient trade solicited
Pure. Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine bub-lnes abou' February 1, and ates. The genuine f Is in a yellow M reh. 1157 1157. 11. Wines. Beer and Tobacco. will be In charge of Sidney Kahn. This ,:.
4 department will operate separately package. Refuse substitutes. W. A.D'Alembert. 11101.......:.-......:11. 7:" 'ti,61 1155 ILlS THOS.. Prop.

Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty from the ott.us-'and will send out its' druggist apothecary.-.. Jane............. .----8. .. .-.-. hi.. LAW, REAL.. FEBLEY FOR RENT.-Furnished rooms in a
.' .1J73 1173 1163 11.CiAnput TncrevKere ESTATE. LOANS AND
;, 12 W. Zarragossa Street own traveling salesmen.
desirable location. liehouse aninew
FLORIDA. of business Hone Feed vin -in
; PENSCAOLA. The volume tlon last con- PALAFOX furniture, 212 W. Gregory St.
l. September........ -- AND ROMANA.
year exceeds the million mark and It Cleared.Ida October........... ;....1 .r tjaucd; production. Not PHONE_ 353.C.p.YAEGER. ISdeclm:: .
'- is evident that these p'ople are going for November......... .... .*... ..... ..... '-
Sp.ln ss Arano Liverpool
2160. weel
to try, to ncieaseit) considerably this for a few day* or PARK HOTEL.-Opposite Plaza.
Watch and mbet'
For Expert Repairing jear. A solid; car load of gun shells with 5,750 square ,bales cotton New York Spots 11.65 but'for every day of the Rooms with or without board_ Short
Engraving, go to was received last week from the Western 300 round bales cotton. 54 hhds leaf Mew Orleans Spots 11.9-10 : orders and regular meals served in
:1i Cartridg-4 Company, of Illinois this tobacco 31 pcs oaklogs, 27,725 hick. .ye.t tnii feed will m int m cafe. Rooms overlook bay. ICdec.

J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler being the third carload bought: by orj squares 11.000 s ft walnut lumber, Ausley & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter.. shone in ,iplendid working ATTQRNEV-AT-LAW.
J umber.
them In leas! than twelve months. 10,000 s ft The Cn;lih\ markets just about responded -
and vigor. Rooms 202. and ;234: Thiesen
The public be interested to loss yesterday evening BId. Money'toLoan.
11 '213 South Palafox Street. may -- -- to our PHONE 332.
I Know that something like six carloadsof :, coming; 4 points, lower on spots
The Latest Designs in Watches White Rock L'lthia Water was sold J. E. REEDButcher and 4 to 6 points lower on arrivals. MONEY 1O LOAN.--On real estate or

''In Pensacola' last year by the Lewis! Our markets opnei 5 4o 8 points low SOLO IN THIS,CITY BYF other sufficient security by apph

1 and Jewelry Bear Company. The total numb of and Green Grocer er but the early trading was lifeless S, M ELLEN & CO, Dr.S.: R.: Mallory ie'nnedy log to Thos. Pcbley stairs., cor. Palafox aol
.. curs of bt er handle bv them Is in and the market without any snap what Romana. up 17no\-z.
4 e=: ;;;; the neighborhood of ninety cars: of ever. The National: Ginners leportol Pensacola, Fla. Office over'' D'Al mbere's Drug Store,
Cor. DeVilliers and Roman Sts. TO LEND-On good real e'*
the Snow lane, Canning Co.'s pro.ltirf yesterday, h..d no appreciable: effect on .bI.-. :: :t 'Office Hours--9:20 a. m. to 6 p. m. MONEY or on good collateral
rtto :2000: cases; Van Camp's canned goods PHONE' 1022. values: but .ter In th3 day the feeling Phies; 274' and 109. tate; security rates. Leslie E.. Brooks.
six cars; OMisk flour, 15,000 barrels seemed to grow Ihttt-the governmn.t at lowest
Come Where ; Blue Bell flour 20,000 barrels Meats of all kind<<. Western and on Tuesday wqtil show more cotton -,- Fisher building. 21jia

The above is just a few of the large Country Pork. Sauer Kraut. Chickens ginned and nioralo ha ginned than t the LOANED and :all
sales made end does not cover the and Eggs! Turkeys Geese, Ducks and Dinners associat on. This startej ESCAHBia OYSTER DEPOT. : MONEY. on any

toI many other things' which is bought by everything sold by a firft-class.. meat. weak longs to covering and prices sold T. G. YATES M. D. weekly kinds or of montmy.personal property When you pa 6s market Free delivery. of 15 IS 'Phone 1210.
this firm in car load lots. such off rapid'y until 'a loss to A-
S I money see me. J. A. Wilson, 224:!
1 Your Money matches, paper bags feed stuffs whiv .. .. points' was wored.: I: Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Esoomi Government street Salisbury build.n:
key, ctc.Another. We think the ,whole* matter hingeson i bla Oysters at reasonable prices.CTabarras ,OPTICIAN room 7. :2dea!
big seller is the Green River the amount yet left to be ginned ;. .-

whiskev.. "So large has been their 'and reports;; to us fro l alt sections indicate & Co. 306 .TMESEN ,BUILDING MONEY LOANED on good real estate -
Stretches sal's that this article.is being handled A Mighty Good, Plan that 'it is the smallest! on, record i security In any amount D)-

only In enticed lots. '1 at this time of, the year and even, ,- f '. Hale Wilson & Co. aug21
The Lewis Bear Company Is certainly should the governmtnt figures !:el] I fI -
?, in a position) to compete very favorably -I For the Housekeeper larger than,the..glnners, hsn ,the report -fMarine' DR. C. J"E. :BENNETTOSTEOPATH. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal .
outside in is fully it will be Co. property on short notice.Terms
.withall! firms this ter- digested seen Grocery
: HV J t rltoi% In the master 'of",buying to be bullish no matter, if the figures easy. J. W. Bollard upstair
groceries is ,to 'buv join- given out should cause a temporaryset 28li South Palafox. St.. Phone UU-
I The Original. 1 1I ing but the belt, but be back in prices. 604, 606 608 610 S. Palafox St. Suet
.1 We have good sound reasons Phone 723. WILL; RE-OPEN OFFICES' IN PEN. -
sure you don't pay; any The profess:onal has so far this season -,
Foley & Co. ChIcago originated i iI to .oia
t for making the claim SACOLA APRIL 1st. UNLIMITED amount or money
I Honey Tar throat and lung! more than'a fairprlce.! ., followed a scalping process the V. J. VIDAL
that jour money accomplishes and as a Manager. on all kinds of personal projwrty
t 4 more here than, remedy. in4 on account of the BETTER COME DIRECT TO big ones kreolng! _out of the market, ...,..., Special rates to business men on large
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elsewhere. You see we mert and popularity oJ Foley's Honeyl yet a prominent New Orleans bull has THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO r---- leans. The New York Loan Co., :20: i
I cash for all goods,our and Tar .ci!ny Imitations are offered THE POPULAR GROCER. placed his! estimates on the crop\ at I South Pala ox.MUSIC.After.
oal3 wel know that he EAT. Florida and Alabama '
These worthless Imitations 10,155,000 and ; .
for the penult -
: 4T rent is not nearly so much .I Tnen yoU know therewon't --
hive.similar! sounding names.' bought tha market up to much higher Just Received: -y---
others have to par, we be mlstake.JOur
; ; as have no high salariel Beware of.them. The genuine Poles stock of any staple andfa1Y. prices than. the present on much better Halibut Chunks, Halibut:Quick Lunch I LAND 'COMPANY Educational

bookkeeper 'to pay, an :
We believe sach men an Brown. Hayne, I "Holidays" I1:1' '
A 'k font anl'r'fnseany substitute. j the
best of a'l. no bad debts: we know we tin supply kit. and Dealers In
1 to lose. Thus you will W. A. D'A'emberte. drugg'st! everything require by- Sully and Hoadleyare favorable to the, 50 )kltg Salmon. .$1.25 per kit. accept a limited Dumber of pupil"
see that you get all that and apothecary\ those who ,Insist pn. high-. market and' we know, from their own: 50 lilts halibut fins, $1.25 per kit. I LUMBER, 'SAWED; CYPRESS SHINGLES on the followins Instruments Violin.
saying that they believe in 'very much: AND J KH-N-ORIED SAP. all brass instruments '
Clarinet and
of Cod Tongues'and Cello
tie h foo 50 kIte
:; jour money nays for in class. pure and. $ s Sounds'l WIt:!
higher prices and we think they pnlyawait slide trombone.
kit. except
Clothes. Shoes. Hats or *****. **** <<. "* M ,9125 per
**** the opportunity to enter the I Music fu"
Furnishings. Our 11000() -,'.Vt Salmon Steak, ,large tin,' 2O Blotters,Milkers and Roes. Herring teach at pupils residnces.
and $12.50 Men's Suits TERSULY'TOLD'n Macaroni and SphagettU. pkgs. market for they well know the spinner: Codfish 'Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickles; I nlshed for all occasions band or orchestra.
this BUSINESS LOCALS. 5adlOc. : -' must be forced to buy his !supplies! German Bauer Krout.. : COLLINS BROS' Please leave orders at Ihe
will clinch! argument. '
1 Won't you look at them? .. ,' 1lf'' Bacon, dry i lt.ilb..1O H sooner or later and that Is' their, Pita feet In kits. 100. Clutter Music House, or at my per.
: *** WHtfWW* -*<***)ttMcKinzift Shoulders dry salt,' Ibi 8e. chance. There.haVnerer. been a very 'M newl and Lange's Fruit Cake. BARBER: SHOP I manent address: Navy Yard P'nsa-
1H : friendly fet\\g:,between thees men Co's Fruit Elders Bandmaster.U. .
Save Cafe d Monda' 'Coffee Rational,:Plscuit Cake 25c cola. Fla. P. F,
Oertin* & Co.. wholesale ; wrappers and pet: ,handsome and the uanufactarrs for until they per -pound FOUR' FIRST- LA S TONSORIAL S. Navy. .
and ret1*: *hjp chandlers' and grocers.! premium.; took hold, of matters the, spinner hal: We hanJl. $ the celebrated blends of ARTJST8) ,' FIRST-LASS ---'n ..
the on1J,,I1.ltelan Jwasa .of the kind., his own 'way. pacing hat' he pleasedfor (..otr,. roasted by the Gulf City Coffee MISS BELLS WHITING will op
H. 0 ANSON P &i.aeol.'u .rlot>tr V:'''eel"" to aU. i ----...;.- the raw material aid asking what Co..oH; P: Chipman. Manager. SERVERS FIRST-CLASS. AC- private school on Tuesday, January
h; pleased ior his finished goods. :They Oazaca-35c: lb.; Gold Standard. 25c COMM DAJIO S.. 2. at her residency. :3J1';: N. Spnnz.

C V THOMPSON. has Just opened a.treh LAZ/ JAC6BY have put.an end to his domination' for* lh" : ,Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden Terms $100 per month. 3Ido"Cl'.fRS.
1t CASH CLOTHIER Unl ot !beautiful box papers ever for they hate placed. the.farmer Rio..XOcnb? If, we don't please yout tSIl' us aboutIt ,

suitable for Chiistmts presents. AlsocreiwJ THE POPULAR GROCER. .of the SO'11.1n a position to hold his ',Strictlr froth roasted and as' goo] ; It. we/do: please; you, tell > H, S. CHUNN will receive p.-.
papers.Passepartout picture "'i. ::. product or reduce ,his cutout it he ao fcj. any Coffee sold in this city. your friends. ,.Try our pUs in s shorthand at her residence.3M
Corner Palafoi and Main Christmas 14 W. Garden St 'P hpn 183. desires and thal'lie, will do, this goes and will deliver DEE DANDRUfF CURE N. Barcelona St. Terms $5.00 a
binding.;.'pi"***. cards, etc. : ? # I :Send-pa jour crders we ESS, TEE 9dec1m.

: a lOdec. ':j, .;. ,i' without saying. '-t_ ZO'_ "-4.-promptly-..-....-. 204vS.k"4f PaUfox',- Street.- -,Im0. In advance.-

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Adventure; of "'What time did you liner licatlon :.would undoubtedly lead ?o a ; t ,.. ,,; ', ." -' hinTwhomyou must.ast ,*'7 no case could'be sustained against him.
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The 'Half past 7.' *-, dangf'roIJs'irtate of feeling in.this ._ 5j t "I have asked him., ,.come to:you He had visited friends' in Hammersmith -,

Stain How long' was It before J.'tf went country, 'Thre would h*" such 'a 'ferment I '.( as a last resource. But.w tho t'Jour that night The alibi,was com-

ihe Second to bedr _- : ;. ,": elrt that I.do'not hesitate to say '...':.- -- telling me anything definite; Mr. plete. It Is' true'that he'.started 'home'

"My wife"had gone. to te,Ule4ter. I that within,a' W'f'ek'ot.tbi: publicationof ;;'i -- : Holmes, you may doa great .service: at an hour which1 should have brocght'
13 of the Series waited up for her, It".was half past 11 .. that letter -this country would be \: ;oI"J If you would enlighten..me' on; ,one him t6Westrnlnsterbeforethe: 'time
No. before we went to our roo01." i Involved in great-war.." f : point : when the/crime !was discovered but

"Then for' fouv hours ,the .dispatch j Holmes wrote' a name upon i slip ; :. _I2c "What Is It, madam?' his own explanation that,he'had.walked -
'I t. 1'0.a4.feCI"by I. c., .Pk1Zia. DoI I, c.c.Iia"a ,".IT box had lain unguarded ] of paper and banded it to the premIer -- : I "Is my husband's ;political( career part1 of' the iway. seemed probable -

liiiIntended The Adventure "No one is ev r' permitted to enter,. "Exactly. It was he. And it Is this likely to suffer through this!incid aaU" enough in".vjew of.the .fineness of' the
that in ,letter-tins letter which well night. He had actually arrived at '12
of the room save the housemaid the may mean "Well madam, unless lt'aEetrightIt {
Abbey '
morning and the expenditure of a thousand millions o'clock end-appeared to be overwhelmed -
vald wife's
I Gr.1ng?" to be the last my .or my r may certainly have.a; very unfortunate .
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those exploits of maid during the rest of the day They and the lives, of, a hundred thousand -, _effect" *, by the unexpected-tragedy. Hexhad
of :
Mr. Sherlock my are both trustYfI: er' 1ts'lI.nd have been men-which has become,lost in this,unaccountable I x- '- "A-br'! She drew In herlreath'sharp- always been: on good termswithV his
friend .
_: Holmes which I should I I with us for some time.; Besides, neither fashion." S- ly as one whose doubts are.resOlved master Several of the' dead man's
I of them could possibly have] known "Hare yon informed the sender : "One more question Mr. Holmes. possessions DOtabI.aman case'of razors -

ever communicate to the that there, was anything' more valuable J,! "Yes"'sir; a cipher telegram has Incadbpatcbedl' : --i. i C; -; From an expression r.which my ,husband had been found in the valet'sboxes.but

jobllc. This resolution of mine was than the ;'ordinary. departmentalpapers > _- dropped in thefirst shock 'of ; feet xplf aed that they had

not due to any lack of material of. since in'my dJspafrtybei.! "'? 1 I| "Perhaps. ; be',desires-. the" publication I J- this disaster I understood that terrible been presents.fron the deceased, and

1 jbire notes of many hundreds cases "Who did know of existence : $ t arise the- thehousekeeper able/to.corroborate -
the of of the letter, J rg ; public .consequences might. :,from
wtich I have never alluded, nor was *"" h( Mitton had been In,Lucas'
ti that letter?" ; the loss of this d ument" the story.
waning Interest on :J tNor sir; we have strong .reason to. -

ft caused of by my any readers In the singular "\o one in thVhousel*!' :j, believe that'!: healready ninderslandstbat.be. ,. ____________ I "If he said so I certainly .cannot deny employment for three/years.didnot take It
thafLucas ,
the .
and unique methods of this [ *,'Surely-yorywfekncwr'! .,has acted in an indiscreet and 1! ., -- if | $ ; was noticeable
personality "No, :. '1 'bad'8al4 nothing to my hot headed manner It would be a'' ; I r "Of what nature are.theyj" -Mitton onjtb: conttn'nt with hinu'
remarkable man. which real Mr reason Holmes layIn wife until I \missed the paper this greater .blow. to hIm 'and to-his-conn- :;t13 2 '">'ny. madam there'.gato yon ask' BometiHiPSihe vlsttcdParisfoethre( in
the reluctance MiLton .as Jeft -
end, but
montbjs oa
morning. than I possibly answer?
try than: io us If this letter we're to me more can
continued publication :strHtMuse.S
ta the .
flu chnn-n -L'2i the Godolphln
Tee Dremler noaaea aDDro\1D_ of .
"Then I will take no more ofryour
cotneout.- ,np
; uis experiences. So Joog-as he was "I have long kripwp,;sir,. hoV high | : to tbe\housekeeper..b teard: nothing .
time. I cannot blame Mr.Holmes .
'If this Is so; whose Interest is It'that you
actual professional practice the records Copyright by collier aVe.kt.i the crime. If her
in is your sense of publib duty, said he. .lor hartng.retu..qed to'ak'more freely on1thenlgtrtt,
of his success* were of some The wed. the letter should :come out? Why 1JflE WAS GREAT SPILL UPON had" visItor lie had himself
European.secretary .b THERE, ENOUGH., A CRIMSON 1 and you on your side will not, I master a '
should desire
au'y one, to steal it or-to *
to bun. but since he has! -
pricticaltalue -You do me' no"( : more.'thin Justice : THE FLOOR. dmItted-Iinl.
of because
am sure. think the worse me
retired from London and be publish it'; 1 _, ;\ i iI mornings the mystery pemAlned -
definitely have
sir. Until this morning never I desire even against his will So for three -
taken himself to study and bee farming breathed one word_ to_ mj. wife uporthis "There, SIr. Holmes; you take'me'J]!I The..ttbt u eU bowed and walked "Not at all.:.' Thcy know all they see ]j;I to share my hUlband"OlD ietles. Once so far as I coold-followrt'ln
on the Sussetdownsnotorlety has! matter." V -I. Into regIons high international pol th' 'ifoomJS-; f know and the It Holmes knew more h&
I sra'ely from at Godolpnin street.They : more I :beg that yon will-say. nothing papers.
become hateful to him and he has peremptorily "Could she ba\ ,guessed?' itios. But if you consider the' European 'i When our'Illustrious}:visitors had de- shall .know-lothiug of Whitehall terrace -I of my visit" i kept his own counsel but,. be tolJ1;

requested that his wishes In I "\O, Mr. Ilplmeg! she could i ot have situation :you will have."motive.: no. difi.I j' parted ,Holmes Jit'hLs. pipeIn] ell ncennd'sat ., Only we know both events and She looked back at ns'from the door 'I' me that Inspector Lestrade had,takew'

ibis matter should be strictly observed guessed, nor could any .one have guess culty -perceiving the The I[I for 'some time'lost In.the deep. can, trace the .relati9n' between them. and I bad a last impression. that him Into his confidence In the 'case I

It was only upon my representing to ed." ; whole of Europe is an armed camp.Thereis'a'double rest tboaghtf. t 'was reading JLhe rnbrn1 There is one obvious point which beautiful haunted face, 'the startled knew' that he waa in close touch,with

him that I had given a promise that I I "Ilave yous t *ny. documents. be- league'hieh makes'a. i i 1 I leI paper, wliw my friend gave ari ex- would In ariy case have turaetl my I eyes and the drawn mouth. Then she every development Upon the fourth '

"The Adventure of the Second Stain" tore?- :. fair balance of mlllta>y power cianiation,'sPr.tng.to'Ll )eet.And'laid suspicions tdward Luc tl. 5flolphn! was gone. day there appeared a long telegram,
thould be published when the times [I Great Britain h olds, the scales. If which teemed to solve the
"No sir."Who Ifa pipe iowa upon the mantelpiece street Westmlnsterisonly a few minutes I "XoWatson., the fair Sex Is your from Paris '
ripe and pointing out to him that in who did Britain were'driven 'jnto war with one : whole question.
were is there England ; ."VM., said he"therl;'IJ* DO better walk from Whitehall terrace. department said Holmes .with a
It is only appropriate that this long know of the existence"of' this letter?" confederacy it-would ..assure the .su \ way of spproo. t\\zii.it-1be situation ', The other secret- agents whom I have ,smile, when the dwlndllng .roufrou of ",A. discovery has Just been made by.:

scries of episodes should culminate in Each member of.the cabinet was to- .premacy'of the., other confederacy, I desperate,. bunet, hwlese, Tren > named live }In the' extreme west end: skirts Jiad ended In'the: slam I of the the Parisian police." said the Dally

the most important international formed of'It yesterday; ,;but th'e.pledge, whether' they3oined" iii the war or not.,:|I now'if: we could e 8UrP.k -\Thlclt of r them It w'as.-easler. therefore,for Lucas than front door "What-was the fair lady's Telegraph. "which raises the veil which

which he has ever been called upu tolundla of secrecy sb1ehattendj every Cabinet. DVypu follow,? -., ', has kenx-it-'rt i I" jusVpl lble,'that it for the ht'rt to'estalillsh, a connection. game! What did she really. want!" hung round .the trigic fate of )Ir. ,
that I at last succeeded In ob- meeting i L rr'cetrlT. It Is then1 the Interestof L the Euro- Ednardo Lucas who met his death by
was increased: .by 'thertoleain han< "'yet- .passedontofbis! hands. or receive n 'message from Surely her. own statement Ia- clear
ninins his consent that 'a ..carefully warning whlt'lwu'ghel'b: ) the prime the eneiulea'of thte poteutato tq's |. ttt'(.'aU,*It' Js a 'qnestlRa of money I penn secretary's. ',housebold small and her anxiety'very natural" violence last Monday night in 'Godolpblnrstreet -

guarded account of the Incident should mInister' Good'heayeuV: to think that .cure. auct publish this.letter so' ns to with. (the e' ,fellows aDd); hare tjie t!: thing. and yet: It may prove essentIaL j '"Humf Think of her' appearance I Westminster. Our readers

it last be lalibefore the.public. ."'lt!Jn a 'few. hotint, ehould, myself m. 'a breath "bctweeu. his couiitry I British treasury bc11ind"ll ;. It la conLcelyablethutAthe I Hello! What have we here?' I Watson her manner,: her suppressed will remember"that'the' deceased gentleman .

It vis, then, In a year even in a decade hare ,lort'' it! ,Besides! 'the tnembers.o'. .-and jours*"? : l fellomrgijthoki! : 'j f .Mrs, llcdspn bad appeared with a .excitement her,restlessness! ; bee tense-. ,wa yf6undt tabbedn; his room

that shall be nameless that upon one ': the -ab)et.thm.-alCf'iw/oEpossibly*' B.hTfUr... -- ,_ -c "t. : | It.*sej' ,wl JUt bidicom .Jfrani; ,Iajlfs'enrluperIsi&1IoIute- : **WyVltt wskingjuTO-slIotw.< .R'emember that and that some suspicion attached to hit

Tuesday morning In autumn we found three departmental pfflclalswbo* know "And ta whom .wonld this(.document'i this'Side! before"< he tries> his lut k "on"jthe.jJtber. 'glanced.at 1tifafietllils"'eyebrowsajid": ; she comes,of"a caste who do'not)lightly! aietbi&th'kt1thd';; : castf broke 'down:,

two visitors of European fame within. of-the.letter. ':coo., else in England.,, be sent 'if .U.tell' "lutD'the..haD.ls of an I Tbereare only thole three handed |t'over" to'|mC'. show'emotion." on ari allbirTestCTday 'a* l lady, who

the walls of our humble room in Baker Mrl Holmes, I assure you," enemy?" 1, capable! of playing *o 'bold .a galue-r ]1.\s) Lady Hilda Trelawney HopeJf "SLe .was certainly much moved."" has been known as'Mme. Henri Four

street The one austere high nosed "But abroad' -To any of the great cb\D l1erleS' f{ there:are ObersteinJLa Uojhiere> and pile will be 'flU l 'enough to stf'p'up," '"EememberfiIse the curious earnestness naye, occupying a small villa in the

ngle eyed and dominant was none other "1 believe that 09 one >abroad has Europe It Is probably eeding on jt* Eduarda. LUlL I will see each' ,of satd'he.t' .' f 'with 'which she assured us that It r Rue Austerlltz, was reported to the anthoritiea "

than the illustrious Lord Bellinger seen it save the man who wrote It. I I way thither at- the present lnstaas them.** A moment. later'""our modest apart' was best for her husband that. The by her servants as being in-

twice premier of Britain. The other am well convinced''that lib ministers fast as steam can take It.0, .3Ir. ; t glanced my.morning paper.. nient,.,already ,110''distingulslrejl!;' that *should 'know all. What did she mean sane. An examination showed she had 4

clark clean cut and elegant hardly yetof that the usual"official',channel,. have Holmes! you.. are m full pofisessioit! if' i t"la,.t t !FlUardoLucws of: Q d 'morning, was further honored by-the""; by'that? .j.n"d you must hav .observed. indeed'developed mania of a dangerous -

middle age and endowed with every not been employed." t I the'ac'ts.y; hat course do you recommend -' pliln'.stn' entrance of th'e most lovely' woma.ii' in' } Watson :how she manenvefed ,to have and permanent form. Ou inquiry the

beauty of body and of mind, was Holmes 'considered for, -some little ?" : > Ye ? Locdon, J had often heard ,of 'the the light at her back. 'She.did ni\t wish police have discovered that Mme. Henri

the Right! lion. Trelawney I: MM ec- time. Holmes shook his bead(mournfully ".Y6u'Wntnot;; see. him.? beauty of the youngest daughter of the us to read her expression" Fournaye only returned from a journeyto -

Mary tor European affairs and zua "SOsir, I must ask- ypa more particularly "You t!l:1k. sir. that ua"fs! this dojuoieui "WJJy) ,Slot?* Duke, of, Cclminster. but no description "Yes. she chose the'one chair! in the London on Tuesday last and there : -

most rising statesman' In the country what, t ls..doc1iment Is. .and] is recoverwl.inert? wHI "l>e warTT o&lI."-ali.nurd>red in his house'last of' it bad prej>ared me .tor the' sub-,} t.'oom. Is evidence to'' connect her" with' the

They sat side by side upon our paper why its disappearance should have '"I think It Is .very probable night! ; I tie delicate" charm ant the beautiful "And yet the mothor women ,are crime Westminster. A comparison
for w:1r"
littered settee and it was easy to eee snob momentous, consequeuces' t I "Then pTfpnrc ." My'friend has'so often astonished'me coloring of that exquisite: b Rd. And : so Inscrutable You remember the woman 1 of pbotograplM has proved conclusive

from their worn and anxious faces thatit The two statesmen. .exchanged a. "That is a bard saying. 1IrlIolmt'S. in'the'ro, rge of our adventures that it yet as we saw it that autumn morning at Margate whom I'suspected:for that M. Henri Fournaye and Cdnar

was business of the most pressing r Quick glance and'the'premier's shaggy 1 "Consider that the was'tiken fretsSit.. Jt after Is Inconceivable 11:30- was:with asense of, exultation that ,1 It was not its hellut.wbic' would'bot the same reason. No powder .on her Lucas were really one and the same

importance which bad brought them. eyebrows gathered. It frown, It : realized bow completely I had astonished the first .thIn' i to impress .the observer.; nose-that proved tolie the 'correc t so- fly and that the deceased had for

The premier's' thin blue veined bands "ilr. Holmes, the envelope I if a long I at night since I nd rstand' that Ir. him. lIe' stared in amazement The, cheek was,'lovely, bat .it was paled lutlon. How can you build ,on such .a reason lived a double life in Lon' -

were clasped tightly over the Ivory I' thin one of pajc' 'bine'color. There is a Hope add his wife were both. In .the and then snatched the 'paper from my with eui6tl3nihe eyes were bright, bulj quicksand? Their most trivial action and Paris. Mme. Fonrnayp, whois

bead of his umbrella and his gaunt seal of red waxstamped] with; a crouchIng room from that hour until' the loss was 1 hands' This was the paragraph: which it was the brightness or fever: the senr may, mean volumes, pr their most e'xtraordluary -. t of creole origin la of an extremely;

ascetic face looked gloomily from lion It isaddressed In,lu'.e. boilI I found evening out. It was .ta ". then *yesterday -t it had been engaged in reading when he -' eitlve: mouth. was tight 'und'draW'n.l InI conduct may depend uPon t excitable nature and has suffered the

Holmes to me. The European 'secre I handwriting to?- between tbu 'ill-llfr.730.and; hour. .11:30 since ; rose from hiscbalr; ; ._ I t nu effort after, seJf "ro. rnind. .Terrornot a hairpin or a curling! ,t !: Good { past from attaciatt, Jealousy,wblc11bave
probably near -
tory pulled his ald lei beauty;was wiiat sprang nrst tothe .momt% Watson." j amounted to rrenxy. it 19 conjectured 'f
nervously at mustache i "I fear sir, ) JTolm v "that. whoever' took it,evidently knew tliat It j MTRDSR IN "WESTMINSTER g t
and fidgeted with the seals of bitTatrh i terestlng and 'JnQeexJ. ,, essential as these I j would "naturally i A crime of mysterious character' was I ese. I, "Yoqareoff7"" that it was in one of these
was .there. nnd secureIt |I at 16 GodolphlnStreet husband been here Mr. I she committed the terrible crim
chain."When details are, m11nqul es'mu.tg9 more committed last night "Has my "Yes, I will while away the'morning that
i as early as possible. Now, sir. )f a i i oft of the-.old fashioned and 1Ie- v' caused such sensation in -'
I Mr. 'What the Holmes. t at.Godolphin street with our, friends of which has
discovered my 1oss ,I to the root of things. was of this importance were taki i eluded rows of etghteenth century,houses : I *
document the -
Holmes "Yes madam be has iin here. I' the regular cstabliktuneiit With. Eduardo London Her movements upon
which was at 8 o'clock this, letter? that hour, "where can It be now? which 4le, between the river and the abbey'Umot.1n 'I'
morning I at once Informed the the utmost en the shadow of the great .. "Mr. Holme" I, implore you not to Lucas Ucs the solution of our Monday night bave'not'yef'been traced %
prime secret
,is state of It
retain t
a to lt I
minister! ; It was at his suggestion that that No one has _any reasou' to-jr'T of the houses of parliamentThis tel! him that I ranie; bcr v" Holmes I pr b1em., thbupir I roust !admlt that' I but-It,Is undoubted that a woman answering
fear i '
aDd j I cannot those "
importance, bss bH-n' passed rapidly on to maU fcut:eject mansion.ha* been inhabit' '' attractedmuch '
her a'chair. '
and moUoufed l'l''bow..1 to her description
t* have both have not.an'inkling as to what form It I .
come to you. do I see that'K 11:net"t"S- What hn'eV by-Mrv JJduardo Lucas. -
tell you. nor who need It. chance tor-.nome years lourlauysuip plih. "ate 111 Udelicate very attention at Charing' Cross station ,i
"Have you informed the police sary. If by 'the' aid of ',|be powers ; now to oT't'I'take'or even to trace "It? 1.11.kitown', in society, circle both'on account position beg. that you will I may take. -It Is a capital mistake to by the wildness i- :i
and be- morning -
}i Tuesday
"No sir." said the of his rharmlng! personality .theorize In advance of the facts. Do on
prime minister which yon are said to posseaj ypu can Is beyond'our reach" sit down ,:Iat- you desire
*ith the I It i-ca'nse'hrf,bas the well deserved reputation aud\telltnie stay on guard, icy'gaod Watson; of her appearance and the violence
quick decisive manner for find such an .envelope as 1. describe,, '"What you -say is perfectly logical.. rof being: on.-of:the best amateur tenors hut I fear that Teanuot make any un you- her *. It is probable
1'bll'bhe_ was famous. ""We have will .. Lucas la"an-onmar- '' and receive any fresh' visitors. I'll Join, l of
not incldsure hare deserved lathe, coTsr.try.Mr. .
with its .J'CW, I Mr. Holmes. I feel l that the matter 1$ : eonaitioualllromlJt that the crime Was either committed -
done so, nor Is It possible that weihould1 well! of your cspntry nn'd earned indeed out of our h'Dds." rl"d.mau. talrry-foar! consists years,ofMra.of as.*.Prlnte. andiCCtabiisbm.nt She swept ft"$ the room and seated you. AU at that lunch if I am the able.iextand next therefore'I'f'.m insane or that Us Immediate .

5us do go. To inform the police any reward which i )it.jjes! 1lour.: ,power J t'U l presume for argument'ssake ;i C'J" .'an eldirty, housekeeper, and of Mitton. herself with her.back to the window.It Holmes day in and mood which his ,.!fect was to drive the unhappy:
was a
in the long run. mean to Inform to bestow." that the documentthe was'taken j his..valeti"7r. former retires .early'andeps was a queenly'presence grace- taciturn out of her mind. At present '
|Its j public, This Is wharwe particular Sherlock Ilohuerof.wIth! .a smile.. maid or by the valet .> at the.'toy of the house The valet Cal and Intensely 'womanly, friends would call and others woman coherent
l ly desire to ] wan out for the erening.is1tIng a friend morose. He ran out end ran.in>smok she Is unable to give any
"And avoid." "You are two of, the most:bnsjr men 'They 'are 'both 'old and trled8erv1j .t IJal1ntr5ntth'r.rom W o'clock onward -Mr Holm&t she sald; and', her Incessantly played snatches" on'his: ,count of the past, and the doctors hold:

why sir? in the country? said 4ie and kln my ants.? Mr "Uuc s ha3 the house ,to himself white gloved hands .clasped' and tin- violin sank into reveries, devoured out no hopes of the re-establishment of '
"Because the document in question 1 Ilso- -"occarTed durlcs that time has not clasped as she -spoke. "I will speak '
have good
small a that
own way f\ you to8ayjb.atyour | her reason. There la evjdence
ill and
at hours-
of such I J"lrf'd. but at a quarter to 13 sandwiches irregular
immense 5'H tran
Publication. importance that its ,' many calls upon me.; regret exceedingly "I room I is on the-6econd floor,. aJ't' te Polio Constable. Barrett passing along 1 I"frankly to you iii the hopes that it may hardly* answered the casual, questions woman, who might have been Mme.Fonmaye .- '
might very easily-I might that I help 'you !in this entrance fron wTithouan4 street observed .that the.door induce you to speak frankly. returp. f some hours up
almost .Cannot I is,PO .. .that>r lolphin which I put 4o him. It was evident wa' seen ,
Ray probably-lead to European of this f matter- and any onttuatlon from withlD.nq,one-could' go.-u pnob- that thlncs were going-Well Monday night'watching the house laGodolphin .
me not
l l'OlI1plkations I Is not of the utmost moment interview would be jfwtpit;pf t1me.The t served. It nvut,' too On this
much to say that peace or : prangjo hi* ,feet with tt To I l save one. That one is polities' think of thatoimeS?" .
*ar premier : the house who hasttaken ,whom ::and.* ran. knol-.kedc; but without reply of ,the (':1'Je. and it was from What do yoU -
Ita may hang upon the Issue. Unless that quick. fierce.gleam ,t,his deep set J would the thief take itt To,one of ..seT.1f |[ lie'thB p-Jihed,pea .th* door and i his lipsare sealed. IJ telU me notbing. the""papers that I lepmeil. theparticn- ..I,.had read .th account aloud to; hIm't! ] -
recovery can be attended with the has cow fatrrei. Tn roomTvas in a state of wfld '' .- Novr. I ant aware'that there was '
before which -:cabinet oral l and secret finished his"breakfast .
eyes p international spies the tumft1 re.Nln; all swept to'one e bra of the Inquest and .th- arrest:with while be
9ost dirorder| dep.irabJe'Urren In
j* secrecy then It mayas well not I ered. "I am accustomed,, slhe \ agents whose n names are' tolerably: familiar *I' 'Mils, nrd on.\ h:lr blnSon.ita back j a most our the subsequent release. ,of, .John'.-Mit ,, "My dear' Watson." said he as ha

recovered at at all; for all that is almJ began but nattered hl, anger and resumed -! to me. There are three who may '1: In" therenter.. K"' .Ide this chair and still 'i house last night I know. that a-paper' ton. the valet of the" dijceased :The | ,rose from the-table and paced up and ,-

J' by those who have taken it is his seat,' Then the' old ,tates- ; be said to be the heads. of their professlon -'"%raspr5one of Its legs laythe, unfeV- has disappeared. But because the mat. coroner's Jury brought :Mi I *hel obvious, [, down the room; "you are most longsuffering ,
t Us the house: lie had been refuses to
J 11011'11." contents should be generally t' man shrusged bis! shoulder! *.. I will begin my research by. goIng etabbed'to.tr.c tunate tenant heart and must have died mar is' political his myhusband.romplet confidence. wUlfnl, murder* but the' partW remained but If I have toldyou-noth-: .
,. 'accept terms. r.Iltolm i round and each of'them which the crime take me into .' three days it Is because -
"We must ypur finding 'instantly. Tie tnlf with essentials-essential .as uaknown\a( fver. lK6; I., lug ia the.last
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nUDdE'r. tt.nd.ow.. _Ir.Trelawney | No (fcmbt.yof.are right and Is at his jxwt It one.is mrsslngespe :'""had been '(:I1ittf'd Iwe s a curved Indian Tow it is say- tivc was suggested !The-"room mo--l I there' is nothing to tell. Even now
should be much obliged if expect you i '011111 you 1St Is unreasonable for\US to daIly if be has disappeared since last which adorned one of the full of articles'of value but-none bad t this report from Paris
tell oriental anas, You the only other person save
ce me exactly the clrcnm- t to act unless* we girt :"you x>ur. entire nlsftt-we will have some Indication as wall Robbery dors not appear to.have are who knows the been' taken. The dead :man's' pa peri J; us-much."
> ** these politicians,
"." under which this document coniftdence? t to where the document has gone." bec-n the motive of-'the crime forthere 1*1 j only bat Dot IJ@f'n.tainpered' *ltla. Tb y"ere *,. Surely! It is final as regards fbiman's
Rlppear .
al4tbe younge ,, Why should he be missingtha ?- -asked bad been attempt toremove .the alu- true facts,.! beg7oirthenMr..Holmes. death "
"That "I agree wlth yop.t ; Ur' has and \ rart-fully examined and showed ;!
what happened
can be done in a very few c" European secretary, "He 1on141 table 0 contents-of the'room. to tell exactly keen of.Interna man's death Is a mere incident,, I
statesman. that sUulent "TTie
was JL
ana he ?
Mr, Holmes. was -ro well oopular 1' whai it"will Jea lrtoreI me.aU, Mr, ; -
: The letter-for it 1ouTipi1" t th-ely take,the I letter to. an embassy in Lon-i I znyaterlot's.fate will '"' tional P gossip, comparison with -
s.a letter "Then I will I tell t '- that'.his violent and, Holmes Let ho regard, for your t dItics,, an Indefatigable & 'a trivial episode
; reeIe-j from a foreign potentate- upon your honorand that O7OUt col don, aSlIkei! as 1o ." 1 farbose f painful interest and Intense of 'symi client's Interests i rep JOtj silent,, for'l 1. a remarkable linguist,.and: an untiring j our real task, which ia to trace this
:.n I six days ago. It was of league. Dr. 'Watson.. .1 may *pp al to "I fancy'not These agents work..inj j;i path: la a xrtdesproad circle 'that hi* "l interests, ;lf be letter writer.. lie bad been on intimate document and save a European catas

It 111 importance that I have never lettIny your patriotlji -.also..tot' C could. not dependently,*and their relation ;w.lth WeI\y! ts u-wbat' do you make ofthis7" assure f fa It'would be best Served terms with the ,leading politicians I trophe. Only one"important thing baa
would only
I ,a ufe but I have taien it I Imagine a greater mlsfprtune for the the embassies _often straln .". asked Holmes after a long pause. we into .bif complete confldenee of several countries But nothing sensational happened in the last three days, and >

1tChil$fh evening to my house in country than th*t' thlf."i intfal!. should i The prime minister nodded his''acquiescence -I "Its an:amazins coincidence? by, taking-. What ui'e was this paper which'wasstolen was discovered among the documents that is that nothing" bas happened. I -.

terrace and kept it In myna come out" ?j .., "A-'colncliJencc!. Here is one of the filled hit!. drawer As to get reports almost hourly from the SOT- ,
ph'You r .
v.. there In a lookd dispatch box. It inaysaffJy trust- 'us.*. j "I'believe you are right,-Mr. Holmes.- |hrce m n 'when ':-we lad"n as "adam iI ask me' Is 'reallyraposslbIe. his relations; with wouieutheyappear- ernment and it Is certain that nowhere

Tttra, last night Of that I am "The letter' then. )t. ifrom a certain 'I He ,would take so,valuable a prize to i po lble ..ctora'in' _this drama. and' be ,**'wb.at.1.' ., ed to have been prootiscuoqs, ,but 'superficial. In.Europe is there*any sign.of_ .trouble.

lIe I 1 actually opened the boxI foreign potentate wbo .has:ben ruffled headquarters 'with his own hand; I meets.a Iolen, death,during the very She and::sank her face,In her He'had many' acquaintances Now, It this letter were' loose noItcan't
1V the Was dressing for dinner and by some :recent: .ojoalal'developy think that your course of action" ;'an I hours.;,when:.we know" that that drama among them, but,few' friends/and.no. I .be loosen-but If it lent loose

,tg It ".document Inside. This morn- ments of this country.!. I tba. $ **** '.TraIient one 'Meaawhll. Hope; ice ;i vas. .betag, enacted- Th ,odds ,are, bade. that this is 10, mad- one whom he loved. III inhabits &etdregular ( where can Jt be? Wb haslt'J ;Why I.

,toad gone, The disPatcn ..boxhadfcT : written hurriedly''and- 'n''b15 own .j.6. ,. .-; .__.L.r .----e--k I pnorraotft.agalot Its being coincidence. Yoji.imwt.see hiisband thinks flt' to his 'conduct1: Inoirinslve. UU U held back Tnat; the question that

table btsde 1( the glass upon my 'dress- responsibility j;nU !lyf: Inquiries! hare account of this one .fortuae. Should No flgures.cbnld/fxpress;.thein, Xo,' am. If your In' the dark over; thlsjnatter.'is : death was $absolute\ mystery indlikely'to" bests lu my; bra1 i' like "a hammer. !

trC. ail night I am a light sleepi"d shown tiiat liii>.lal tera kijow.-nothing there-be ady-fr 3i ilcrebpaient* during -]"rqy, dear Watson.tae'; two erents*wei:* keep you : have only ,!earned the remain so. : .' Was It. Indeed..a coincidence{ that Lu meas -

Pared to U my wife. We are both of the mattotvit theaw! time!! it .is the'day we shAH'conuusnlcata with counected-snnst) be>pn cted- 'it; is. It for/ine.'who facts; under the pledge of profes. 1 As 'to' the arfwt of Jota MlttoVtheJ shouJd meet his' death on.tn.e utehtL
Te to swear that no one could coached in -nnfortwatf:',* manner 'you. and you wilt;,'no'oubt" )let'tu; foris:to'find,"the onnection.*? a true -ttI l .what'; he has 'valet was "council of tlesn.(ir.as.a& -_,----- "-- '- : *fr' 5
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to': t nterod Inti the room during the and certain i h>.s e>;Ui-''t..are1 of 80royocis.t:1n' kuow the ,result*, of iyour oru-: ixsi'r'vs' -. jfBat ,DQ" the;-.offlcial police. must.1 slohel ithh_ ecjeer 7/ l' ,1S. 'not, fair trf ask"'It, It alternative; to absolute ,Inaction; Jut ( Continued on Pass Blerta)' f
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with :lty'o( Daytona are : '
c!: Interesting .gme ,s served delicious succulent turkey fbr'the boys,! rticular psoele everywsere. esu ii- lt ;' I : ; : $1k.; ". i t't
!light refreshments, and he kwt no time ia fakIng-impthe cia TeOT awl all urtisess of .cap' :.fJPtu of as' good *n a\i e i 1' : ---. ''..'-. .<-,--'". .....;..._ _, '',. _.'... .. ;......-4... ., ,_._,...j" -.. .",,> ."'.5 : .J';; ", ''' .,. t.
t )r8.,5. R Mallory Kennedy Von the offer: 'When he''reached' niarkct freckles moth pa.tefles rannot o1tr futae Unie5JkState !1 t "-. '- :,::: .: :! :f' ) jr' ,
If druggist
; the comptarion. yOsr Frees 'ls'l1ft .
ftret prize a gold.hat. pin and iMre. EL 1C.' and began to inspect :the fo,,Is.-,." he supply you we will send it post. wd[ upon 4 I Idea .DaytofarTtrfiNew. Srnyfna:: \. ,: ")9.'Jj1 central l q uarfersand'am t :. .how J locatedatrll2J6uth Palafox :
-county .
Skinner the consolation a silver boa espied a twenty whkJi the reetp$ >ef>ricSO.eent8. .Wntor ,' .haTd-yps d Bpilt by the .
bon spoon while Miss Fannie Caldwell ; his'eyelondly1 rested poundtr but he ttn had not particular full line *of AB toilet dltteaturs: rquiAte deartbts Sold OUT byHOOT01TS )last From, J far'a fjwrmous cxptnse.i i : ::; ? fh; ;: ./i) f6 eknext'to theTCIiit1er.M1SrC. BQu se. -. For the ;: 1

received the booby a, pretty silver I the. heart to take it--it was the ,big- PHABMAOif and all dmcgists. -' ewCSnjyrnj to Oak- Hill on. "
;. pin tray. gcsLJa 4he the ,sOUth.:1jnn another gdod foal S :
: marketmd there was an and lA .a J eVyearri hard\nifL'-will J. '" i \ .
-+- I unusual demand fur big turkeys. E. R. Berry Chemical Co, SL Louis, Mo. :
MISSES WILLIAMS : Mr extend: frai : jjick c kfll1 to.'Miami.; i nll1l Je
GAVE Neacy;
j the longing look In ,the" ; Best 0-g-'ivryuiuig
NEW YEAR PARTY. I! la his eye and retorted to strategy. western'pir$0f rttuSity-drf' : enry"I I
,a numUerpiE) t Od'rmcJs.: 'iL II
: Miss "Father: : :
t- Bessie and Miss Desdemona. Daly. you can' have that house .which :Is located on 'Lakeviewavenue 'Te.da'ft; : |
Williams tntertained few friends de turkey if you'll)) It off just the .
a cary opposite Mr. J C. 1? Wey's East; ,i5o rtK:';>;.Aatotnobilfi; Association : .,
4 lightfully Monday evening from 8 toT : way It is. said' ihe market man. borne, is rapidly building, the frame "
: 11 at the residence of their parents '-'Fatherf Daly was not to bj bt ,' being up and the walls are almost up.J w nt and..to D2 th tan4-t\JJajt(ga'appearbfefore' paari"tif"Trade. the I!; ;/:' Cut; Glass, ''Silverware. 'Novelties, Watches, "Diamonds. ,, :and all i
; 1\ ;
Hon.! and. Mrs. J. U Williams. and" no sooner said than done *, ;
The (decorations were in holiday reached'' for the turkey. threw It tCd.j[ ,}Ussmauda""RobInson '' Eoarfl.'of' tjr\CcTOmissIoners( ; this i! 'Goods. of Quality/c1 'or; Trie there. .

color, scarlet and green" and the his shoulder and walked out .of Florence Byrnes and Mist 1 evening.'andjx4ryajififtinduce<< | that body!ii. ,, ; I

1 doors in the parlor and dining'roo.rn'. market.. He, had ,gon,, but a few. feet operatprsiOf.the. two"of the expert pn'roaa.'o plac P. tdupticonvIcto} ; work i .
local \ I IcItylcepidBow .
when exchange nave i jk*" mn'DcLannd this t
the astonished !
were beautifully arched with the Mr. Neacy was oue-'-Birmingham to hjlp out ,in : < Next'to Clutter's :
after him. betwe-jn the two :
... green. and red that oflSce for"about six weeks. 'principal jgjtieJfiof l hi'itttla.ir' ] Music'House
Delightful refreshments were served .: .For neaven'a"sake 'come' back yolusia E M. "ANDIEIftSIBN9: ,
Father..and condition! ; but-1tcae. be greatly11mJproved. :' 0 112 S. Palafox St.
at 10 o'clock and the evening. was let ,me wrap ,the turkey J : 0' j
-, merrily'spent. .' ', np for .)-00. What will the people Caot. Chipman and bride have returned I
: The. Good:J oadsr* ln an ,
frorq'tueir Magazine
-. Those present were Miss Fannie think if they see: yon --carrying- turkey wedding trip'aritf : '' r. "
,. Campbefl. Miss Leila FiHingim, Miss in that fasftl n." t are 'temporarily located! at .$08; North"Sixth article.. i In onxtoaWrolWiiis"' '2in F1oril13.sa's. .;\ :........._ ... ......... . ., ... ....... .......................
Liuio- Waite. Miss Jan! Waite Miss Now It wa* Father Daly's chance I'I avenue until th-jir new residence 1-. part:. V .

Ha Henderson Miss Bobbie Curtis to.. retaliate on -}lr. N? cy. I on Jackson street. is read In- 4T1ie >' oaaf that Fill be th, finest'' ,-'-'------' -'- .' ', '., I '-.- -
,. the staf; and perhaps' the most i
!!r. Fleming Mr. J. T. Mackey, Mr. "It win post:you two turkeys to get j I ,
Fred Waite Mr. Lonnie Flllingim Mr. me to' take. this, one'back to the market.M Mrs. (CaptX W. B. Bonacker of na.uC.and-! 1ternt1t'J..drJv.e.' In, tbe' . .-. ,
Wfllls Henderson }Ir.' J. C. Porter Lakeland: :Fla4 is in the city visiting: world is the EastCoastroad../whiCh '
: Mr. Bob Johnson, Mr. Guy Williams. "I doa't cafe i it it cost ten turkeys.I her. daughter Mrs. Guy Wilson. to will ,LQ ccnpleted: inl".the .ncal' future. ,]1 THE: HOME IS NOT
follow the coast'line from' St. Au
-+- :wouldn't have you :.walk down Twen V I COMPLETp .
; SURPRISED BY A ty-second avnUe :and South Pierce Mr. and Mrs)! F.' M. Williams have; gustiu to Miami' Thla will .not only : ,

DOZEN FRIENDS. strict with the turkey in that fashion. returned from Tennessse' where they; be a delightful -auU>nobile..,. ,pieasuro'I..

Twelve ladies dressed in poverty Come back and let -me wrap ''It UP pent the Iwlidays with their sons t way norjhern"toirlsts; } ?" but will be: WIThOUTAPIANO. ., !
of great 't -and fruit-
and take'two They USR tofarmers ,
more. were accompanied home
: by
2 costume gave their friend Mrs. A-
Greenhut Jolly I And Father Daly ,did.! and this 'is Mr. and Mrs.. James T. Gerelds who p growers In snipping elr 'pr duce. .
J. a surprise Thursday 'c
; night in rememberenca of' her-the story of the. three turkeys which spent two weeks In Birmingham.. hard"The ned:: of suitable' material' for I j : OUT 'prices are' so moderate and our terms so easy
road m making'baa. to an extended '
I th* 'boys at the Home gorged themselves ,. '
blrtWay.Each :I search.through: 4he Florida that ,
with Mr. 'Bonacker
visitor. her own on Christmas day. C. S. is visiting his I -
refreshments ,But ,be father crust to #find out whatit.could supply '
.dinner.was. not Capt. W B. Bonacker in Lake :
but while her !
playing games, and enjoying guests were their confined to turkey. Judge Neelen remembered land. Fla.." taking a needed vacation!I: for -this purpose .",.An..abunant material EVERY HOMEIIcAN .HAVEA PIANO.
t has been found In. various parts
hostesses surprise her servants' the boys with a fine lamb. During his absence his brother Mr. .
And the way the' "kids' punished thelamb" W. A. Bonacker of .Tampa Is; 9f the stateIt,. comprises chlafly "
<< Fla., .
busy preparing an elegant luncheonwhich : .
.. was beautifully sernd with was a sight to behold.CLARKE.GRONBERG looking after his business interests, sandy clay sllicous'jllmesione; ; ,. loose J .Kranich & Bach, Lester and Clutter Pianos, all noted {for
surprising 'effect on the tfirpsrisors, .. -+-- ents.guest_ of Mrs. Bonacker' }Uld. her par shells flint rock and and-imu"ddyv coquina 5 oft>deposits phosphate found,,I ,.' .. their genuine i worth:; and':beauty. .: "

later-In the"evening..
WEDDING IN MISSISSIPPI. in the beds'of' certain streams.. .
Among several: amusing games
"The nurfterous Xsh5ll heaps founl: .
p'ayed was the "potato" game In :Miss Bettie Clarke, who resided in Society Is anticipating with pleasure i 114-116
in various'coast places in, the' state' Oldest and Largest S. PaUfox St.
which Mrs. Dave Levy won the prize. this city untH: four years ago and the musical and tea to be given this I furnish excellent road material. 'The Music Houst In Clutter' Music' House

Mrs! I. Gugeabeim' was unanimously has many friends bore was marriedon week at Mrs._tJoh Avery: when a I best road material} Qf,4his, kind is Florida T. PE?
ji i
awarded the prize for' the. most' Friday Jan. 5. in Uaekson. Miss., number 'of society girls take an active doubtless.that cba( \usd. from the* bed: . b5LA:1
to Mr.
HarpiGronberg of part.

ridiculous Mr*. Ed.costume.Forchelmer and irs:. .llr.,;and Mrs. Oronberg Chicago.left immediately .' of The the 4banks Halifax of, the.. JUveri":"river. :aty,are.paytona.mjaseai i',: .. "" .... .- .,..'_... ._.... ,

Adolph Cohen won the cake-walk after the ceremony for Omaha .Mls WUis3'.Weldon.ot"Albauy.' Ga,' -
oi. 'sbeIl ,gathe'red' 'in 'the' 'coast'ork
prize 'a miniature fruit cake on a big Neb. and expect to travel all winter Is visiting Mrs. E 8. 'Cobb., Miss I of a :former& 'Ums" and''these mixed. ;]l I' iHMKHHHHMtfHIflMrlH Ht a. .. ""'I-H Hmmffi; .,t. ;;

cake dish. and ,in the spring 150 to Chicago Weldon Is musical.. and -\alt a, lovely with'newsfieils' J ':"in.. bed are: Thel. 'in tweeds. In ,the."a'iternoon the two'J 5 ';' t
:T.-fcere they will .Us coat suits display themselves ? .MPN WATCHES, JEWELRY i
.. Among the visitors was .Mils Yetta reside. "Olce. .1 shells are In;; It' clayey'matrix.'whlchH' ( I piece long ::' ,
Zimmern of Mobile, who is visiting I In' soft flexible broadc1 thsnd_ otherkpUtbl '
: i s !'as eem itl i'C'D1 Uerfar,tD bold cLocKsPRECIOUS'STONES: BRONZES s
.. .}trs.. Dave Danaheisser. MR. C. R. JOHNSON'S ;Miss Anita Wetherell who ,f/slted/ I the mass togettetcirhftn it i[I ftbrics.:. These, jr'practically I : .

PAINFUL ACCIDENT. f i lends in Pensacola last spring was''I road-covertnsjf. ,shell becornee.aI!I j 1 I an: antithesis, of the empire model be- i ; >! STERLING_ .SILVERWARE, \
t ; HOW REV. FATHER DALY Mr C. R. Johnson's hosts of friends narrie on Wednesday Jan. 3, at the ish conBiderabeinaterial) not..only for' 'lag absolutely tight fitting, except for, a '
vill regret learn 'that he broke his home of her aunt I : i TP OPTICAL GOODS !
SECURED. THREE TURKEYS. in Alabama to Mr! of the H.fRJ. ,
; public roads, ut also fDr. private sqggestioq ,looseness_ in immediate : ,
.p The many friends and': admirers of left leg Saturday.. ..morning.It Ceorgs" T. Branfcomb" of: Txmislan driveways and" \1awn.- ks in various. 'front, which,' however, ,In v":<3owise %TV "CUT GLASSWARE. ,
)I :.will be I -
Rev. Father Daly will be interested : remembered that: Mr. -i.1'
F In an account 'of the way he secured Johnson has*been 411 of typhoid fever Mrs. Jennie ;Wigdns'nd' baV accompanied parts: of ,th1 ?-,ate, detracts from the way In'which they ; .v ; t i

S Christmas turkeys for the Catholic and its results tory nearly five months. by' her nephew Everett: ; cling closely l to the figure. empbasizinc' : i : ,
Hla' therofRhctiruiaOsm"My
'Cured i
Boys Home which he opened in Milwaukee : Ha has been sa weakened by his Jon': Bryars.' left 'yesterday for her home in : its eyery-'point I though it, makes the I ;{i Evng md FlnfJ'SfatI \

Wb.. Nov. 15. and of which Illness that fce has had to learn ,towalk Qt-ntury-aftsr. spending several,months! 'ni heraa'beeii''s' ff're'm'f r .:w'arjn'g of the usual l. full.blouse? ,. big I ': ,"': no'
: te was made rector by the archbishop almost as a baby his limbs re- in this city with her 'sister. many: year* from 'rheumatism'IsaysWr buckle or draped waist belt a matter of ;,- 5'-.rj't7.7'ift',.., '&. !
fc'fing to support him. For a' few H. }Howard of Husband. 'Pennsyl; ;
of Milwaukee. Tb? proceeds of Father, possibility\ ; .
:.. Daly's lectures to toward helping to days he has been trying to use Mrs W. C, Walker who has bee vania.' ".U:,tm she' was unable' to Such) a :coat is here sketched. It is *' :";'Mall"Orders Receive Prompt Attention. !

support this Home. The incident, as crutches: and yesterday about 11:30hI1s very ill /SInce' the .death of her baby move allot.hlle.at rt all times Balking :- built on severely, tailor fines and la entirely -- "f .. : 1" f-
related by the Milwaukee Sun, is asj' .' dome, so. lost his balance; let in now. much improved. was patnf ). ,I.present el, her with : "guiltless'! of subterfuge either In '- r; -;- i
follows: ,I and broke his leg just above: the knej a bottleot"Chambexjatns! Pain 'Balm '

'It 'Was the day before Christmas.!which. has given .!him a great deal of :Yr. and Mrs. C.A.. Mitchell e .'((formerly and after \ few apoiicatlona.! abel decided the matter' I its "success of trimming is from'or design. In-, i 'jQdekJwcfry.Co: ;
and Father Daly, rector of the Boys'i trouble. 'f Miss Jessie Massey), a.rt"; ;itbe" .V: "4fi.sjb: "Jaosi* wopdarful., : pain r 'purend smatter. of i
Home, was naturally in a receptive I! .Last night lIe was reported 'restingas proud parents of a fine daught'born L i reliever s'n'e""haa> ever tried !ilJ 'fact 'cut.: simple In its length it< :* -
.. mood. In this state of mind be met f comfortab] as could be expected Friday mornin':. she is never without' it dja'1tt splits the 'dIffere e' between: the accepted ;, -. .7.? ICI* : MOBILE; ALA. *

T. J. eacy, who was in a Christmas J under th9 circumstances. .. +* all times abla to walk.. An occasional I three-quarter and seven-eighths 1 **4t *##iMHH' ".."' ...*** ..* ljiJ
mood j, ,Mrs. Albert Quinto of Ft. Barrancas application 'Pain' palm\ keeps '*way .i ?deal, the.long'basque reaching to with.. f -_ !z': :; ." : -

"Go. over to my brother's market MISS WATSON'S with her 'two'ehildren'is visiting: the pain that ahevwas! formerly/)rou- II.Jn some fifteen' Inches of the hem. TPJMfRQVE.AND: PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY

(Uh J,, Neacy). and pick out a, turkey PROGRESSIVE, FLINCH. her sister Mrs. B. McLellan on' East bled wIth* For sale.by -druggists.. The, other costume sketched Is of sapphire -
". ,,I I Miss Ola Watson, datfghter":of Mr. i Government street,. ., r blue'clotb and'reveals a redingotest1e't1efrontiof :p Sy :; ; 'C8K:

J Ed. Wataon, entertatned a number of r 'I" I OUT OF DOOR'W R.' : ,, the coat cut away .. NADINE FICE POWDER
I ...... ,,'friends Friday enng'with progressive Hon. J. Walter; Kehoe; wife and two to' show an ivory cloth vest; which! Is

m : flinch. little b ys. have'removed from OI'e.ay Empire. .a4 Dlr t.lr. * : The double parlors and the dining! Marianna to this city and 'have gone mmt-SmTt TalUr,' It le'.." '' I IX.Q7ALITY. HABMLK3S
) whole
r.i. The effect
f ; ;;; lapels. gives an veryquiet '
to housekeeping at 211, West
.l at her home Seventh Cer. '
room corner avenue '. VTATEH.MADINB .
I :, and La' Rua were prettily decor.. antes. t ,'-, Garments o .last 1ea fasbtonlns' but distinguished.J.! Powder .

: ': ated. in violet lilac and green and I are quite out of" date,' and. the.' nJr ID'the : V. WALDER. *' pnnflxl F&f by* a KBWLT is compounded DISCOVER: r**>Icw. '

'.. light refreshments were served. Mrs. Mildred Robertson Of Mobil3 wrap suitable to wear: seems to .be I... : Prodtte a besut'fnl soft ,Tflretr po.
: will modernized.;, gracefully shaped :-em- pe-sranc. which remains until wtrhea <"
Flavored : The young poetess was charmingly arrive Monday 'on a visit to her ,,'Jeke .! .the Deep Sea. Lidies Nadine
wbo use FaoPcwdrr in icrwi:
i, Assisted'! in' receiving' by Miss Julia aunt Mrs. WV.. Richards.' pire.cr'the directoire style.:. chethertheloosi "The tea's pressure !is almost incredlblew !-. w bone are lurt -enmplezioa will be fr04
,I Gay' and Miss Amy Briggs scored. back 'empire. ; garment iir' velvet \/ and J IOV ply at rk>s .of th, .evanior- W
said: the
clubman. "If descended
music Milton Index: Mrs. Vera" Francis! will be .' you QUALITY UWfcQUALED. : Buy not fIp&c.'kal'e )-'
I-z FloridaI Delightful was furnished dur generally,accepted appears deep enough it would'crush mat if jou are not entirely wrt-fi"
II- ing the evening ,by Miss Maggie Lou I and little son of' Pensacola. are spent:,;. doubtful 'though it has .been, 'very : notify us. anl1"8' will promptly Btrc irotm
I '. you, bones and all, to a mass of reddish
Bennett, : ing'a while in-purcity, of' rs.1 MO.XITBoldbrletdinff
Miss Louise Bond and. Miss t guests smartly worn by not. a few'women.. !
Alice 'Dow.Mrs. '!Gs. Francis.. ',. .. *Mr. J,. A; Chaf-; ntf ,mud. .Off Si ilywaran out ofice, and dniceistc or maiL I'TICSi
.. But unless exceptionally well 'cut cents.vJue,lleahiFink.BrunetS
-.- fin, of Pensacola. an old time resident some one suggested that tocool thechampagnefor ,
fCANE D. E. McCorvey of Monroe- of our .'/own. was greeting his many supported by a perfect figure. If'mitea' dinner 'we. lower it a prepared by. > ; .
SYRUP-- ..
I villa Ala.. left yesterday for Brewton,,, friends here .Wednesday.Irs.'' poor;bousedress showing and'ifa'ttier for the thanan.rest t "suggets outdoor half mile, ,or' .so Into,the seas. depths. National. Toilet Co. Paris, Tent

i Ala.. .after-spending three weeks with Florence Clark'returned to hen home ::.HThIii "'t ;dooe, and, at dinner time Sold in P D8 seolsby'slI leading drnggstt
: her --re atlves. Mrs. J. S. .Roberts and I in Pensacola un5'iu after spending walking costumeAuthorities"on.. ..the'-three .Jj..ttles came..np'dellghtfuHycold
Mr. J. /W.... Gay and daughters. a few days with her .mother Mrs. E. 'the most selec 'of faBblonsassert'.thatthe : But:; when them "''",.. ..-. -' ;;;' --, -
:. New Process -..- J. Murray. 'practleally' inclined Parislenne'' adiheres ; found- 'tbl they contained we opened.nothing but.we :.. .t .. ..,. ............. ........ .....
EUCHRE ENTERTAINEDBY ,to, the' dircctoire long' basquedcoat
t '"salt water. 'The seas pressure had ,t t'i 'f :
t BONIFAY.I The Ladies; Benevolent Society of : '
Steam Evaporated The MRS Friday' Euchre met with Mrs. Temple Beth-El will hold tb$ annual forced, the water in through the pores I You "
: 14 the corks. displacing the lighter i 1'p'.J. 'y Happy llornjor!
i, Bonifay on "West Romana. New rules I meeting Monday aim noon 'at 3M. !! i
for the' New :Year were adopted and, Election of .officers and a full.'attend- ..JI.quid.ew :Tork Pr ss. !

1ifterj! the games!! The hostess served ance is requested., & SiUcn to Her lover,
: .
<. ;
: H GUARANTEED a -delightful luncheon. 1A : '. -.t'e-t:. 5 :

Mrs.. Walter White won the ace A business1proposition: ; If Blue : J-'UEurnIsh the House." r

; ABSOLUTELY I, prize Mrs. Vincent: Faurier tht consolation Ribbon Vanilla: Extract is absolutely ri r : :

and*,Mrs. Thorsen the booby pure and goe r twice' as far. won't it i : .' 'f-( if.f.. .. ; ..

'c. : PURE !If"cr while Mrs, Will f Ferguson captures; pay you to ask firBlue! Rfbbon: Vanilla : ; v.. lratnn"" Qu1na.:wllj furnish the Furniture! Mattlngi *

; the' lone.lIarid prize. ,, and say"it .plain r ) SovenirsWe* I .'It' D.t.Iye: Etc.. and W9 can pay later. "Now: aren't they ju>t J
-+- 'fe1rr! : Brdrooni Suits "ic .
i $20.00. to.. $175.00; Chairs
Among the late arrivals Friday ", .. :
,1ff.S. '
wrand" night! were Mf and .Mrs. H. C.\Hunt ri i .r ... t. .
Miairolsburg., O.,'who are localed at : :; %' o t'.p''t'- I II!
110 Bast Gregory. Mr. and Mrs. 'r' 1) t' I I TON I 'QUINA !

Hunt are old, friends of Rev and ThaMrist ,

: -.THE- friends.I a Mrs.cordial Sylvester! reception:: Weeks, and from will meet their JContented ', ; I ,. : ; especially and visitors' invite .stranpers within- i 10 JP.f.f! r r s Phone,148. Pensacola, Fia. i

I. Florida Syrup Mills. : : :our gates to call an1 see' .' ...' ..'. ..' .."..". H
;jhe ladies'of ths Palafox M. E Men ,.

: Broadview' Growing : : church are enthusiastically preparingfor ou line of souvenirs.. iaT.! PMONI 113.
: _v s'I'III.1 a }Martha Washington tea on Feb- ; *,

I.: ruary22t.that promises to be a great .. Pb t'Cards' 2 for 5 cents. .
success,, Usually the' best fed :
.. Quart Bottle, 25C < are 1' JEWETHoo LAUNDRYENDEL
CSark-'and'her men, If TOU' live .1 hire Orangcwoed. Calendars' ; PirT' .
1-2 gal. Cans / v 40c: son Mr. Charles 1
Mitchell and wife i of Milton in .you }jive ; 4 TraysCigar!_ Sets and Match ?? '
75c are S a. w'44J.I ...... ""
a :
: Gal. Cans I ; !l'N. Ih. 81. pansacea
tee City callt4 bars by :The death of .
p her. .daughter' Mrs.. Boghich. ,iJ .. Stands, 25 cents to $1.50. : ,

t Only Ihe:,Best j : ; (' "' RhoJcdendron Wood Notl- t ... .4t.1: 1&- i.w' H 'i':;; alp
: 1'0.
Mr. E. D.Anoecson'sbaby daughter
: -
Ejzabt.- Is.. icrjously 111 of pn'euThe 'i j- .e. _, ,," +ties, 25,cents to $,.50. i
: FOR SALE ONLY BY iTtola., =- of everything:; (s' served :'J I> 'f fttU TAILORING CO. I
:: .. hero!:'..andr n.hV\ most.!. ,Io waizGciiTU ;: It ..i} Burt. Leather Goods, 25 cents'. ,

NewCitrFlinch Club will pleaslns"manner! [ or: princesc l11t.,'.whUe *, fewrbo.:: n jat figure-Awhile grounds ::t hJ ,11. N.'>Palafox .Street.I .-- I
423 ,
withIrs. : Levy Cer.
rjjeet .0.\1" ; ..
lero velvet, ,far !!
Cahn & CO. corsagesin aDdtiuslt
: t':801 ,. afternoon at '3 o'clock -. : r '
: vantes. Tuesday ::;:
andTall members are cordially .Invited are worn>wtth considerable,effect over : H : OF Mews .FINE CLOTHES. |

the new fashioned corselet 4irt.Aw -. ,
: tp be.pre8on [* of "i' ** ,
:- ., The Pur. Food Store, ,-4Mr. this'of course, for the more'.elaberatl a : Webh'drst\reetved: a full line of samples for SPRING AND *

t-: ...\II..t CrJltr Palaffi and Iatsndsnda, .. and ,.Mrs., B.F. Bache and their Kitchen functions and carrlafe! rtar,' #: ,f{." : .- SU"'MII"'U-rrer i;",, ,._ : j
; mother Mra.:Bache; ffr. have removed Kandy Cafe ;For the morning and ito occnpatibns;. :Coe'sBobkstorek 1 ,W? |*tetd<.i; cordial Invitation to our friends to \call and exaiB'tt j

; I .n..WS : from the ,Maxwell;place i to the south. as exemplified even atrtb:;::'r cot bene sameIv'P'SlX'T. f'P: ., \
.;; t. p Jl :west corner.'.Thlrtesnth street and Six. 104 S1Pa1iiihoe999 f show,: in Jsnw- York,;theitalfer made .... -. Gfntti!: fei' ;': e sinsClub.l Dues $1.50 to'U.50.

tt>enth' .avenue.., Ea t ".HiU.until, their. IJ"i; t>..... "',:.: holds,"sway: :Un "''lt'ieve'est-Thrai4! 'of.short ..213S. PIII'II' Strut,- I #7&'tf4: r ?. L. REESE $
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RHEUMAtiSM: I F'RET: ""N: 'UF' : : J.i: -i- --f :. ,. ---: : -.----' .


the are ore and DClHOLMES" 4-' ,. :' -r '*
When joipts swollen1 and the '
m s throbbing with the
eum3tls relief must be had : When lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing $
paift of R : t at one arid it is natural to rub thcgffectc'I l'z / your ,
patS with liniments, oils, etc. This treatment does good in a way .' ,:, :" p is the time when the'germsof PNEUMONIA, PLEURISY I

bv telI1porarl'' relieving the pain and reducing the inflammation, but has n.o ; -2 : and CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply.HONEYANDTAR.

(feet on the disease Itself, because Rheumatism is more than skIn deep; It : -. '; r--- i
the blood and cannot be rubbed away. I '. :; ..
is in Rheumatism is brought on bytoaisouon e.
tceik.kidneys, poor bowel action,stomach, !, .' '
and "
ShI lSh condition of th'e system The refuse troubles a go ', .' .': ., .
ral and matters: r I Fours
f waste
oulJ g earned off through the nat. wVich! (Continued, from' Page Klne) :

6 1 avenues of bodily waste, are f While at Work" for the r. c. &P.R.no I.. .
era n. ,
left to sour and f" acid and heumatiam. and region was completely contracte4 belp- :when the letter disappeared 'Did 'j : !

OLae-;,itating poisons which are aboev. $150.00 for about with tour doctor.month,but: and got worees3rbCd spent letter ever reach him? If so, why.(\9 ;

bv the bloodr making it thin, every day.aJut t\nallrquit them au"be- not among his papers? Did .tt1s mad i
1.. and acrid. Then instead of Iran 5il-LVwTVffw" and|
wea wa.a cured sOund aDd 'Welt. M. health I wife of his carry If off with her? IiI i iBO
ri*"* the different nerves, mus- 18 now 8jlendtd antI 1 W81gh y 175; is It in her housa in Paris? how '
; and tissues it fills then Pounds. There ta'a lady liYlnlr near me
could I search for '
des It .
who j .without th
Won to Produce the aches now takIng S. S. S. for acute I the cough heals.and the lungs. It
with Bbeumatism:For two months she could French police having their suspicions stops strengthens con
and. other disagreeable symp.not turn your herself medicine bed about but three since begin.weeks : aroused? )t.1' a case, icy :dear Wat' ? tains'no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the ,;

tomS ot the disease. RheumatIsm ago has improved rapidly, and U now son where'the lawns dangerous td i, c. 11- lungs, or opiates that cause constipation, a condition that ;
is usualh worse in Winter for the able to sit up. I can commend S. S. 8.pains us the criminals retards from d. FOLEY'S HONEY AND
to all sufferlugfromEheumuttm. are. Every man's | : 1i" L' \ ,._- recovery a co
reason that cold and dampness are Ulah,:t.C. 5.C.LA8 lTE:&. : band Is against us. and yet the Int rests II1t -N t TAR is a safe and never failing: remedy for all throat and
excitin causes. nerves become i was MWely troubled with at stake are colossaL Should I lung troubles. .
1/IIII/ v .
.......citel'atd sting with pain, the mus- tisni. I bad it in nay.knees. Rbeuma-I bring It to, a successful conclusion it '
and drawn the 'ankle., and anyone who bas ever had t. : I The Doctors Said He .
des are sore joints Rhaumatis knows how excruciating'1 1twollcn will certainly represent ,the crowning Had Consumption Marvelous Curs
and stiff and the sufferer the paints .and how it interferes with' glory of my career. :Ah ler%' Is"J&y I s L. M. Ruggles, Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had cpn- :
,lives m intense agony: and if the having been I bothered was truly with in bad it for shape.ten I latest from the front! He glanced sumption and I got no better untilI used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. _".;

Crease! is not checked it often leaves: years.of and on. A local physician ad.vised j! hurriedly at the note which Lftd been j: It helped rae itlvnctims helpless cripplesfor life. me to Use S. tt I d11 so. After I pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well.
taking two the &Ore- banded in. "Hello! Lestrad< seems j ,..
Rheumatism cannot be rubbed away new I and aln were greatly reduced. I'': to have observed something. of 'Interest:, : Three sizes-2Sc, SOc $1.CO. The SO-cent size contains two and ,
but it can be driven from the blood oughly contInued cured 1110; all medicine pain soreness and was and thor-inbvS. !'! Put on your bat, Watson 'and we will '' killl. s .It, ,. one-half times as much as the small size and the $1.00 bottle .

S. S Being a perfect blood flainmatton to alt gone. I recommend S. B. S. stroll down together to" Wet&nster.: ": I II almost six times as touch. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. ill ii 4
Bbeumatio"fr ,
rurifier this great remedy soon pro- /.T'AGNEW, i'I It was my first visit to the scene of i
daces a complete change in the en- 803 E. Oreenbrier St. Mt. Vernon,O. I the cr.imehlgh, ,.
tire: circulation ; the thin, acrid blood is made pure and rich, and as it goes ] house, prim formal and solid. like !I .

through the body nourishes and soothes the irritated nerves'eases the throbS ;: the century which it Le- .
gave birthv D'4LEM8ER1E
| W. A. Druggist and Apothecary 121 S. Palafox t Pensacola.
bing muscles, and dissolves and xarries !! !trnde'sbui1dog.features gazed: out at > ,_ ,, i ir

out of the system irritating particles I! us from the front window, ,and h?. .

S S in the joints which are keeping up the I greeted us warmly when a. big constable -

pain and inflammation. S.-S..s. cures j*' had opened the.door and let us In. tbet1: alone in this' room.. Don't ask ] .

., Rheumatism permanently, and'in'addi-4 I' The roonv into which we."were shown_ r him It be ha4' done :it. Take it for LI'' MARIANNA I New Crop Cane Syrup
tion tones'up the djgestion and was that In which the crime had Been gr: uted.: TeH! hlnvyo'u know some! ono 1 ] *

PURELY VEG ET ABLE. lates the different members of" stimU-1 I co'aimltted.'but Bb .trac tIt 'now re has been here. PresVhlm.: Tell him

to their full duty so there is bo : attained1sayVan.. ugly"; irregular; stain; i ij 1 .that a full.ooni.fe I\:\i?:his only chance Put; in all size packages
(for another attack. Do not waste time trying to rub Rheumatism away. but i I j upon the carpet. This carpet" was' a .I i of forgiveness.! ."Do 'exactly what: I tell Special to The Journal. up
get it out of the blood with.S. S. S. so that the cold and dampness Winter I[ small square drugget In the centey of 1 r jr!; "' Marianna, Jan. 6.-After the Yiolent -

will not keep you in continual pain and agony. Special book on Rhe na- 1 the room surrounded by a broad ex' 'I, ? By G re..lt: :: be,knows Iii bare 1t willd-And ;raia..storm of last Wsdnes- WRITEFOR PRICES J

thai and any medical advice will be given free. pause of beautiful, old fashioned wood out of him:r*cried Lestrade. He darted day we have again beautiful weather a .
i Mrs: M. A. Ryder and daughter, Mrs. ,
t '
flooring in square,blxks.highly.polishexL into Jbe hall and a few:moments later
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC.CO., ATLANTA,'GA.., i W aelan.. wjji.have.been sojourniag in
Over the voice- sounded -from- thetfa'ck Stores Southern States Lumber
i fireplace': :wasa;; mcgnlfl- his bullying'- : Marianna. left Wednesday for Pen- Supt. ,:; Company
cent trophy of weapons oue of which room '
-- ------- I sacola to sp:nJ; the winter after which
had been used on that tragic! night:' In '"Xow. ."Watson, nowj' : cried Holmes thy.vfl! ..!' lurn.q their home in Mich- PENSACOLA FLORIDA
the window was a sumptuous :writing. withi 'tr nzf d i g ri1e 8. All the 'demoniacal igan." v
GROCERY CO.MAIN desk and every detail of the apartment force,of.the man masked behind Promptly on January 1 the old post-

the pictures. the rugs .and-the that listless manner burst out in office was vacated and the new one oc-
hangings all pointed to a tast,' which a paroxysm of energy lie tore the pled; 'To Postmaster Wiselogel belongs t .

OFFICE.BRANCHK&, was luxurious to 'the verge1 of effeminacy. &drugget fro;! the: floor and in an in- 1 the. credit of a new office; but No. 5603.
"' < I to John' H.,-Carter1 belongs the credit H. L. COVINGT, President M. E.''CLARK Cashier. 4C.
&CboWFlorida. "I 8t nt was down t>n ,his hands t and I
: : .. Savannah. !Tampa, Pecsacola. W, LAMAR, Vke.President. JNO, PFEIFFER. Aest
"Seen the Paris news?; ':ajkea, .eBtrade ktfees clawing at each of the squares of fuYplshlng"! (he liandgomest building

<< ,. 1'K."a, of. wood beneath It. ''One) turned sidewir and interior outfit in all West Florida.Mr. K'
Holmes nodded. as'. he dug his nails into/tbe edge : 'Cartaf has traveled: extensively! THEA1ERICAN NATIONAL

PAID CAPITAL $500,000The <"Our French" "friends seem tci' have ofltJ It hinged,b:1ck'like' the lid of a and.know? That an' Up-to-da' office Is. .
the this tiraeV blac be- All of )f rfnnn. and Jackson 'county, tip.. N8ACOLA, FL). -
touched spot!! ,Jfjrdoubt 3 by? A small ::cavity opened 'p -
Pj ll. W-seogcl! Justly -
as weltir:; are
Consolidated Grocery Ccapany IB successor tote .C. B. Roben It's just, as they say. She knocked; at- pCt$ It. Holmes, 'plunged} his eager proqd)of the! new quarters.} To Contractor DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY 9F' UNITED STATES '
Company of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company of .Jacksonjrtllej the ,door -'sJurprlle'! isit. I,eytM.:fpr Lie band, into it .and 4rew it out with H Mooro' belongs) the credit of

the grocery branch of the Florida 1&val Store 'Commission Company kept hfs:life in watermentbeJetiier tighi t cgnrpartr1 ;iVe l ..marlof.Dger. and, .diSappoint- getting! the .office' ,..ready In time, al- CapitIi'Stock$200,000' Surplus $40,000
o( Jacieonville; the grocery branch :I t the Mutual Naal Stores Company, 01 : In. couI4ateep'e p It was empty. thbub His_ weather through: Dcceni- D EcTO --
fackgonrille; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval 'Stores Company, 01 In .the street. She told him .ow '!he 3.'QUick.' Watson: quick! Get it back ber :,wa3 sopctng' l I *.'jerc3..'* Henr7! Ctn'.Dston. ,' : s. J. Foshee.J -.
Tampa; ice srocery branch of the Oa Naval Stores Company, of Penaacola** had traced him, reproached bins; 009 ,g1jtr' The"wooden lid was replacedhe : sI. Pfi"er'. A.. I.!. Avery.
the the grocery branch of the West Coas t Naval Stores Company 'Pensacou, thing led tl> another, and the'jiislthfthat a.n4 :\ drugget bad only just beenflrawn Rei,, CarfjslV! c P, 'D. Martin, l L. L. D. Bryan" Danwod7- W. IL MIlton, It.. -
grocery branch or the Southern Na val Stores Company Savajinah. '. E. Maura, -
dagger 8'0 handy the end soon .caDie. straight 1rtJeil'Lestrade's voice Of 3Vavrtlyf; Texas, writes: : "Of a 1l '
Will! handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Frank1e )" W. L. Cawtnon,
and Imported Groceries Turpentine Tools, etc. State-Agents fcr the Domestic Whlti -wasn't. all done In an Instant,though; was.heard in the passage.: He found morning,,wh.n flrs arising I often W. S., noaAcol', C. A. O'NeaI
Hickory: Turpentine-Wagens.! for, ..these chairs. were. 'alf' wepj .ore?, .Holmes .ianIngjauu1dIy' ,against the flat:!'a'tr nblsQ.11e collection of phlegm T. F..McGourth" Dr. W. J. Hacnah.i' -
( 0 l it\_ '\; '- ; yonder, and be bad.one.1n hIs hand'II' rojntelpieL! 'f\ !resigned' and,patient, en- which- produces, a cough and, is very } ., ii:. B"JilriI1er.. ;. McKenzie Oertb Jf be bad irle,to bold her/t9J ,/witB/ jt, wvpring to"conceal his Irrepressibleyawns. hard'to; HUlo'cTgc: ; butra small quantity '. C. W. L mar. ". Ala fcOowln,
C. M: COVINGTON 'MANAGER We've got It'all clear as If e.hA4. seen of Ballar4** Hor JiQunrt Syrup will at J.:n. Sa'uaders-? c. 31. roTlngtoD.; .
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PENSACOLA BRANCH It." dislodge, 'ft. and the trouble is
,*- :'srry'to' 'keep you'waUirig, Mr. overt" I know b( 'no medicine that is Accounts of Ban\s\ ,. Individuals, C-arporasans! and Firms Sollctec! -
Holmes! raised his eyeu'ro'j.' r'inr" Hol )es. I can see'that you' are boredto !qnaJ-Vit.nd ft I pleasant to take. F.Ctlll', percent Interest paid on Time Deposits. :
"And yetyou have : with the whole affair. Well, '
dpth I can1 most c6r4ally recommend it to
"Ah,. yes, that's nnotherf1n1l.; l ta. her has confessed: ;"*!! righ'Lt Come inhere all. "persons needing a medicine for .
mere tr)1e. bpt the g rt'f? !ihj ;;:0"\ 'gentleJ '-
'- ( )1a Pbersbn.Let these --throats.or' lung 'trouble.. Sold by all
take "an'iaterest' In-queer..rou; ;:'fc J1ow- ,' J shear? heat"qf.: your most inexcusable dru"giJt" : : WM. H. KNOWLE$1PreidenL .' W. K. HYER. JR, V.-Pres. and Cashla' Mt,
and what you might! call 'tr: 4)ldw.U' diict.** J Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier. %**
o :, r' 'J' TJIOS. w.. BRSNTV AssL :
Are You Going to Remodelp 1 ; has nothjng-to do with the'mb4q.fact: } .-:! The big constable' very hot and penitent Juat Opened.Lewis's .
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can t have, on the face of-4C? sidled. 5aloon'northeast; corner W.
into the
If so, you will do it with the intention. What is It, then r- J.. ' Belmoijt and N. C )'le. Dealer in Fine
: iTcrlme, ,:"I |neant no harm. sir, I'm sure.: 'The I I
,improving condition :Our "Well. :you know after of Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Out .of
upon present woman came to the -door last
I young
this sort we are rer caref r.tGt( \- trade solicited. Odeclm
part is to interest you in.our.. ability 'improve iud perfect your things in their position. Xpthlrig: hat'evenIng,' ; mistook the house, shs! did. tows First National Bailk
J hnd then we1 got talking.. It's lone- .
sanitary "equipment. : : : '. 1., been moved. Officer r in chatgt furt; .da j 1
\ t aom4 when you're on duty here all "ri; the'naPle. sir. Was answering .
and night. This mqrning.-.a.s!{ the'm q ( J1't VJJQW ,
Many families pay out yearly for doctor Ibills'i ,"4uLi ip' sickness was buried and the investigation v;r, *-'*yj ,. ;. .an'f4dfertls i nent abouttypevrittpg r. "
caused -s!) far as this room is coqern 4-w? L '*\eli. what happened then?" and came.: td the wrong num- : of Pensacola, Fla,
by the deadly sewer gases which enter 'the home! on *.: "Sbe wanted to where the crime ,
thought we could tidy up #/;blt. Tbl? see ber-ryery pleawtit, genteel young wemaij.tlf
account of poor and defe tive plumbing;,moVe thiiil tRe difference: carpet-you see it is 'no .- fastcnW'down. was Sflone-had read about it hi[ the pa- I ,": :

between the of 'est .; only Just laid thereti Tl'e bad persf she 'said. .She was a very reuccable. "Tall? UpdsorzV' i :'C.'Brent
cost the cheapest and the .\Wrt., DIRECTORS : F, ; W A Blount, W m.' H. Knowles,
; occasion to raise it. We." foUpdV-f. :; '1 well spoken young woman.Sir. "Tps, sir;, .I; Was a well grown A
You cannot have too "many safeguards 's foV. the*, health:..and "Yes? You found"- : *' .. and: I saw no .btrm.Jn letting herbavca young womaui I suppose you might .1. Wi .Hyer; Jr., D. {;, Brent. I -:

Holmes' face: grew' tense .with "Anx- ; ( peep: When she saw that mark: sayih* .waa'Handsome. Perhaps same: .
-, \ Kappjnfi; ; of; yourself 1ety -. op tlje carpet down she dropped on the would say She'was: very.handsome.: 40b. Jt

,and family., 'of'these "Well. I'm sure you wId 'u'.nr fj port and lay as I If she were dead. I om&.' do let me' bate a peepr! says. and Domestic Exchange Bought andS ld i
jsaJcguarsJs"" "*' '.'the'."sani"t guess in a. hundred years Wb.t''V' '4end. ran !Jo the back. and got some:water. 5he.,"She hid.pretty* coarV-g ways as Foreign j : |

., You see that: ..staintbf *c.f but I could 'uct brins Iter ta. Then I : you.tnlgb say.'and, I'thougbt there: was I?
: *ry equipment of ypur pete W U'a great deal mijst Ujyj went round the corner, to the': Ivy Plant j; no larm| ;ia, 'Iet UDg her Just put her ;'

Korne is 5ntjueuonably! soaked through: :musl it not: $ :. f9> eomc brandy: and by tte'.tlme'.l bad ;i, head. through. the d otnow :** We draw our own' : Sills of Exchange -: Vessels disbursed upon the most ,
:1 the: rhpst t irip9rt nt.and "Undoubtedly it must.- .. : ;' A>fougit"it! back' the: young womda'taad: j was she pressed on Great- Britain, Irefand. Favorable Terms, and their',obligations -
:r. "Well. you will be snrprisfcd-'ts'liear: ; 'rtE :ol'cred and was, ,bff-ashamed of I "Quiet. 'slr4s! 'jopg mantle down inher'feet. Germany, Frahce. Austria, Italy I taken paY lplo at Port of JL 1,

can-'securely: ? trusted that'. there'.ls. u'o stain! .ou"tii9"tvUewooaworz ,,116rs 1f. I. diro say. and.dared not face ___ ..".r, r,. .."_. Holland, Spain Sweden! ;' BelgfUnv. Denmark Russia,. and! Destination Ten Days After- Vessel ;,
to'us. 'V". to. esrAna.- -lc! I Yt11ITh 1fl1: IL1 Norway. .. Arrives there. ::
( ;r.t:"' "-. "No staiar But there ;3iUst"-4 .1 "flow; about moving that drugeU"I j j8Sr I .It 'wci, .JW'$ jfrowic? dusk at the other European" countries.- :
:* d "Yes, so would *be.tt tiiie. 'n r.t"e'nbtJn\ : the lamps as .. I
.: We'3 |?ut.nt: you say JIVt \yrIL It was a bit rumpled. cer- -- ---- ---- '
.7 -* remains thnt there Ua't.: *''. when I came back. You see. I I cajre; back. with the brandy."
J of' 'WOIVthe.\ best- He took: the comer of 'thecr'? f Ii I. she talnf:re1.}*! on It. and it lies_one, polished j 1
and u: "$iett hffj! .Porcelain ed that it was Indeed J:.& be;ft.J.c! !.''* jstr iigbteiisd It out afterward." : portent: work'elipwbere.! ;f
I i Enameled..\Vare: "Cut: the und rst!(! l Is 11" ':*., O1; :ala; ""Ii'S: : a lesson t*'you that: 'you can't I ASj we)jpft'tbf boi': p Lestrade re-- ; -
t erery the upper. It must hare left j fJ'.1tT'! : malted; Ini'lbe front roorn. while the re-
piece o ,vhic, i h'g uar- Lcstrade .cliccIj'eJ w.tl: | ':pcjghaving t': At. i'flece re me. Constable,11\. Pherson." :i penfsnf panstalJle';'op ued th..? door tc Savings Department Interest Paid on Deposits at

anted .by ;thc' rpanulacturerr \ pS n4Lnr f aeons"VSpeii.. I ash |.e*tra "X '". Til; 4fcwTQy ti> t laa (ou,.' !i jr'ou thought: :that -our/bnach of duty 1., md.eI4)IV) somfjihlnc-fn, his band. The raieof'4- per cent per annum. -i '

( be 5tt,1ctiY"lint 'ftlerp'1 a se&Q'J'It. "'i btd: oe.'nQt. .' con! I uever be discovejejjjnnd yet .apert (.! c3Itbie. tllft4.'pteuIy. 5-; ____ _-__--____,.. Ot[ >i
$su 1JtiLe talk] corretIlQthIti! tire: oS>? 'fe t' ,C1f 1, glance at ,that 'drugget was "QO? Lorf, ''.r*'.>be .cried. withftrnazemjJt -_ ----- - '? --; -- ------ -- .'
", yourself" As !te spae:; he jtraedanother pf fr' nob t 'cothvTen, tbnt'-sSme! one !i ott.fels.ij' Holmes I puti iI i- ,'.
Uover i; t- : ) : T' : WKLLr; VI's.f'&CI1Dcn. -
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% ... admitted to the,room. *
4 : I auNsrtazDMORINO.A.fl-CasEtI'
of tb .nd
r :'. : portion! c 'ret- I i I his ber.nq his Jipi, replaced:: .bis.bandIn a. as 5 lIn", ( u. :" ,
there.. sure eaougb.: vrsa rf:-,jpwf.saa .QI t I ; you. my jinn. tljat nothing hit breast pocket' and burst out Bank
: spill upon th? squara. wjjito' f;l f}u'tcf 'b'3Y\ : or you would flnd .yourself ,f !lacgaingafwetnrn&J down the street Citizehst4ational: !, f B
WICKE & CO. the old! t:1sh: !:me-.1 G33:1 "'TTUit do''> !treet. I'm sorry': ; to have 1.!, ?Cfllenfr lW\ !Tt*- .'Come. Friend I : of F.nuco;*.FloriSt.a '
IlfticMr* 1 1"Wby.it tiowu over 811Ch! a petty : tcrtafcl ,3Djr tv. It-l
you mak? of tbnt )lr. $ i Wat83p: '..1110 "rluxs up for the 19'.11" -
1 b sispe! enorf'if.stains 7'IJVri !r rbtt3hes.: 5IrT Holnjes. but f thought !.1 lestnetYtu: will reliered .to bear G.o.W ,,i.kt.! t a1orrisesr. nt1Grrea.T.L.

'. ..' d'd c rresnd.Jt.t! J !.C5TPe t I II t. 1e )joint: of the secoa-1: stain not cir2I2(1Jg -' that, there will |e :np1 i:1r'that the !I A ats cMgR tl. Re1Jl1lO.:\L BANKINO. BUSINESS TRANSACTED.CABT :

r I luas: b*>en turned round.A... .. ,!l ? with the first would Intcr- Right Hai Trelawisey Hop will' suffer. l
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-';,-- ';' ----- ana unfastcnc It tr'-JC;f eat 1'j lo bs] brilliant -
-- "T ---- --- '- -.- I iq1l: ; I II : jP- pa Jfjfcsck ; :: career.I
I dUL' '::" .: \: i iI j i.? "t1: t-n1r.: : It 'watmost.. 1nterestl:::;. I that' the fQijcreet"nTerelga! | will receive ...e.........""" "" "" """ i I Ii .
u- --------- I "T, cScicl' po'SwSir. : o'* e&.l ;en.[U b \voiaan-only bee a here once '! n? punlsl3ent! ?! for hIs! indiscre-! t..t..tt..c'Ot. Eo W. MENEFEE. Cashier. : ?

; N:WTables .Ho':=:s3. to tell: .therl t }t'1 r 1.r robtrbIer' : tlaq. f ftt.! the prim 'plnister! will -harej'ttl i : J. REESPIPr5Idt' ;. 1 ft, }1. Ylce-"Presldent. j' j.I.
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the! color all dashed la"an from :: i his watch.a p hail drawn email k'ey. The Dox Hew I thrust the! document T't into some hiding betee"Ibe 'more 1 think of.-.
why 1 am
her beautiful face. Her eyes glazed. an.hour.1-said"he.* ppenlj;' It, was ,stuffed with 'papers. i place there and:covered: ,It.over. the 'matter the more convinced; aai
THE RETURN OF She tottered. I that she would Holmes 'thrust',the, blue envelope deep .
thought -walt i J :\ ': "whetbappened after that, .is like that the' letter 'has never left this
Ls faint Then, with a grand effort "she )" closed'the dodr.! 'dowjiiIntb:tn* beart:of, them; 'between some fearful dream. have. *vision of house."
: IIt rallied from the,shock and a supreme l ,: Lady Hilda was ,j the! )eaves f lei t ,some other! document a, dark frantic face f".a -awoman's '"Mr.-''HolmesMf !"'- *
astonishment and indignation chased ':-' ;'IIolui 5" 'feet' ;, .'! 'The box was'shut, locked and-returnedto' voice,"which screamed in French; 'My it had it would certainly hare

SHERlOCK every the ':expression from her fea ed. her beauttf tlifip*- bedroom J.f \,'s, waiting Is noUn, vain. .At'last ht last been public by now."
tures. I II' with her tearS.l .1 "0w.p0vjare. ; ready for him" said I have found you with. err There wasa "But why should any one take. it in
"You-you Insult'me, Mr. Holmes." Holmes! Spare, Holmes. "'We have still ten minutes.' savage struggle.. I saw: him with a order to keep it In this house?".
''Come, come madam. It is useless. :l ; .frenzy of sipt'; j I 'anv! going 'far ,to, screen you Lady chair' in;: bl,;hand; a knife.gleamed In. "I am not: convinced that' anyone
Give up .the letter." : : 's sake, doii't' Hilda ;:In, -j-eturn you will spend the hers. I rushed,from the horrible scene; did take.it" .
HOlMES 1 She darted to the belL I s ; "The butler shall show you out.1 'j I[: tils'life, and this l lneanh I#Tofvthis extraordinary' affair." morning in: the, paper;' did i I learn the box:*'"

"Do'not ring, Lady Hilda. If you j[ his noble heart,'!; . do, then all my earnest efforts to trvoid : }I lady. "I ami R I II I Tied the ..lad"Oh. Mr. happy for I.htd my letter and I had leave the dispatch box
(Continued from Page Eleven) I & ecacdAl will be frustrated. Give up !I Holmes f .tfguld cut off my right hand not seen yet'what the future would is ill
the letter apd all will be set right. If : { at you have' come \ before I. gavft: him a moment of sotfQWt bring. "Mr. Holmes, this joking very
timed. You have assurance It
this l last
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the 'European Secretary It "was for will work I Then. Is rio woman in all Lon
you with me can arrange t "It was the next,morning that I real left the box." .
Lady Hilda Trelawney Hope that Sherlock j an instant. to I lose., dOD wholores) husband as I dc.
.. everything. If you work against me I to"c: '.. ised that r had only exchanged one "Have examined: the box s'lnce
i you
Holmes ed. 5V shown and knew how I have acted '
inlu\ e were must you. yet It he trouble for 'husband's
expose t 1 another. anguish
i' Into the morning'room. I I She stood grandly defiant, a queenly t tot.writing i desk,, hew'J hare: t '"Mr. Holmes," said the lady and her i figure her eyes fixed upon hU as It outa, lou; blue 11 woUld never forgive me for his own my heart. I could hardly'prevent myself was not necessary""You have overloot.
face was pink with her Indignation i I honor'stanza to high that he could'not from there and then kneeling down may conceivably
,""thIs Is surely most unfair and ungenerous I, she would read' his very soul. Her I : Would to 1: forget 9P; pardon: ( a.. :lapse in another. at his feet and!telling pint:what I had ed If.
i upon your part. I desired, as I hand was on the bell, but she had for seen it!" Help me-; ilfrf Holqies! My happiness. done. But thatagain'; would mean a "Imposs ble. I my""But
have explained to keep"my- visit to borne to ring it. j lt:" Holmes LI?. happiness,- our very l lives. are at, confession of the;past. ,learns to you I am not convinced of It I
"You to It T/e' must 'r have known such things to happen. I
you a secret lest my husband should are trying frighten. me. staler; : that mornlng'lji, order to understand
into his affairs : is not a very manly thing. Mr. Holmes { Where, !is the the presume there are other papers there.
think that I was Intruding !. "Quickmadam. ; time grows the full..enqnnlty of inr.()rren From
'' ; and yet you compromise me by to come here and browbeat a woman. j : i eh'ortr v the Instanthat grasped it my whole Well, it .-'may' barogot: mixed withthem"

coming here and BO showing that there'I You say, that you know something. I t I m." : J I. ,"It was a'J letter of mine Mr. Holmes, 1 j mind ;;was turned to the one thought of '
What is it that !" I of luck! Quick J "It was on the top"I
are, business relations between us. you'know ; I i I.an,l Jndiscregt. letter written before my I getting'baek toy husband's paI>Cr. It
t' "Unfortunately madam. I had no I Pray sit down. paadam.' You will I I J i !" nitrrlagfr--a'. .(P";sh better a letter of I must,still be where' Lucas bad placed I i and"Some one may." have shaken the box
possible alternative. I have been commissioned hurt yourselt'fhere if you fall. I will ; : t : -fbe bad appeared an Impulsive, &; fug girL I. ,meant no I jit for.' I II'D ,dneeaUvJ; before this'
I had out"i
her hand I "Xo.110; everything_
to recover this immensely not speak until. you sit down. Thank harts, nud yet he'"would! have thought [dreadful womu' nter d the room. If | ."
"Surely" It is easily decided. Hopetbe' -
It before
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Important paper. I must therefore you. t I n .I it crmlnil.) Had he read. that letter i It had not been ;foe:' ,her .coming I I
C ask you, madam to be kind enough to "I give you' fire minutes, Mr.lIolmt i I ? Yes, of course )kis I < ot cnc"1\'ould have been forever sbj'nld not h'at-6 knowfi where his b'l- said premler.NLet"us' have the
place it in my hands." I I >S." I ; destroyed,;' -It is' years since I wrote Ing place'was IIotvtyaa I to:;:et into [dispatch The box brought In.
i _The lady sprang to her feet, with ."Ona Is enough. Lady Hilda.;! I know : Lady IlildaY HIhai I ;: ) thought that the whole mat- 1 the room? For two day I watched the secretary rang'the bell.
"Jacobs, bring down tilsrdch
tewogfforgotten... Then at last I place, but the' peter my
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': .j. ---- heard jfrqm.thl nan Lucas that it had open. Last nlghf; I'made a last attempt
t but still It nothing else' will satisfy
.. passed into his hands and that be What I did and
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; you, it shall be done. Thank yon. Jt
tvou'jd lay It before my husband. I bare !lreadyle'amed' : : i/brpugbt the
implorFd/:his, mercyHe. ..said that heW } paper ba kwh .me'apd thought of de- !: cobs; put It here. I have always had
the key on watch chain. Here ere
return myJeuetlf IvWould bring I l stroylijg U, elpc* r.COUW: tee no; way of my
Watch him oaf; icvtaln 'dQCUD1 <;.icbich he,de- t returning!; !It. Trlthoab-cbnfesslnjf- my 1 the; papers, you see-letter from Lr.rdJI
Us in 1906 w.rrport; from Sir Charles liar-
jJrow serlbetj. I In mj;busband'e.dlapatch box.He i guUt.to my .brisban4r''Heavens,41 hear ton
dy memorandum from note
,bad somV Dpyin'the. pfflce who had f I his step upoa'the'ttalrP'/-' Belgrade
the let
: ? i told hlm-jof.: .Its existence"He 3S31lI'me' | The Europf secretary: bur, t'eacitedl -1 Rtnfio-Gerinan grain taxes .
i ,l iAn \ ter from. Madrid note from Lord Flowers
that/no harm, could came to. my i 1 Into thtr epoch year s'passed-a true record breaker, :.husband.. Put yourself In my posktlon. |! any new! ,..Mfj Jfofmes; any'news?" 1 i Good heavens! What Is this T

but the new one:will.-be.even,. more prosperous; see' } : Mr.tIolnieshatwas: \ !' I to do!".i i be.cried. Lord Bellmger! Lord BellingerrThe :
I premier snatched the blue eat -
.5 .5 4 S S if our prophecy sn't'come true. 'We are so ccgi- I "Take'your..bu band ,Into, your confidence """I. have. thank sone.hopes" His .. t Telope frora his hand.

t-, A S fident that it will that we are prepared, for a big in'I i'I\' "I'could ".not, Mr. Holmes, .I could i, \b.tadiaptf heaven Ufbe:1{>rim minister face became is- i' "Yes. It Is It-and the letter Is la-

', crease in business this cumin g season. ''pot! iQn i the cue side seemed!: certain j' lunching with mes ).Iale, share your tact. Hope, I congratulate you."
Time's record shows for us an unspotted i ruin; oa'the,Other, terrible as It seemellto i t hopes? fie has pert'! f.steel.andyet I "Thank: your Thank: you! What II
page \ 1 know that. Ije} has,hardly slept share t weIght from my heart! But this U fl-!
my husband's paper; still In '
on which is written :he story of a and I Mr Holmes.!
gradual stab a matte o* P(tolitics I could not under > i this terrible event; Jfacolws,. -v.ill you coneeivable--impossible.
stantlal upward gro\ythand we begin the New Year tandrthe,onsequeHces, while In a t\ aak.he prime.minister! to. come up? As you are a wizard, n sorcerer' How did

\ with a clear conscience and a bright hope'''for the I matter: lot love and-trust they were on- I to you. dear",'!, fearthat Qty I Ii matter S you know it was there?"
t of politics- : la. fewI Because; .I' knew .It was nowhere
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future. Iy to d ?sr to Tae. I did It. Mr. t -'
t; ;; t I Holmes! I took an Impression of his I minutes in thi dining room," i;: else".
!I. rkF\_ /to y. Watch us grow"We are bound to do it 1905. key: Tots( 'man Lucas furnished a.'duplicate .! The prinle'mJnl"t ?8 j planner: :was j "1.cannot believe my eyes!" He rag

1 a FAcE M p Here are some of:: the'reasons"we are bound to .: I:Opened his dispatch box. subdued b tI'could f-l y |hegleam (wildly to" the door. "Where is my
: grow of his eyw find< the twitcbingf i.vrlfe? I must tell her that all is welL
few .' took tbe: paper and conveyed it to I ; ( of. ,his
a choice {: :
offers fran ou. -r new choice stock,which ..Godolpbiu! street" bony bands that he thawed thft excitement ,Hilda! Hilda! we heard his voice

.. \' was never larger better; "Wfctf:happened. there madam: ?' of his y{>nns cpllMgo 1 on the stairs.
-' "I underltand1tht'ypv'hafe; ? '' The premier looked at Holmes! with
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tapped at the door a agreed. Lncaf -
Ranges, $37.50--$2,00 down and $J, per: }v eek., i iJ. ','openi: ItI, followed him ,Into his I to report-Mr.: ;Jjolrnesf'! _s twinkling: eyes.
1 a: Sideboards, $\ 2.,to,$75.. ; ;:/" ';'.' room, 'leaflm, the ball door'ajar behind "Purely negative asyet,"" my'friend i "Come, sir" said he. "There Is morIn
-- answered. "I .this,than meets the How cam
t- fv .mAy fof j'ffa/ed' to be alone with the have.Jpquired every eye.
man,4I remembei that: here was atvomri point where #might be and Tam sure i' the letter back in the box?"
< Centered. Our busl- that ere11'110' danger 'to J log appre Holmes turned away smiling from
outside! as \ "
t' FUfCH peJI,wii'iXHj: donp. He bad my let hended. the keen scrutiny of those wonderful

RHODES COLLIN'SfCOMP' N.f ,t wneet :-Be g aye mQ'the letter. At this We, cannot,Uye( forever on such,a_volcano ""fe also have our diplomatic $e-
?Idita nt;there 1f&5'a sound at the door.There Wejmnst} Lave. ;;aonietbip& definite crets," said he and picking up his hat

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