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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 10, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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IX. NO. _8. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, MORNIN& JANUARY 10. '1906.; PRICE CENTS "l

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PANAMA AFFAIRS F, BURNED AT. HA-?" : VERSTRA W I L: SUPREME. COURT J,


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General! Conduct of Affairs and .,I ,. ..H. t-\tH. m awI ;, .,.
CLERK SUFFOCATED Must 'Show Cause Why He Refused

Question of Exchange Money *. IN DALLAS FIRE Thirteen Houses Carried Into COMMISSiONERS fiELD'REGULAR *: BLIND RANCHMAN *
fl -- ,. / i PERISHED IN SNOW. 4is to Answer Regarding the f,

to Be Inquired Into. By Associated Press. *I Deep Cii Pit by a I n #
,Dallas Tex By Associated Press. '
; Jan. 9/--Fire Stock
MEETING t? Santa Fe N. :M. Owned'by Standard.
'S' this morning partially]] destroy- ., Jan. 9.-Jas. 'ilTUOS.
Landslide.'WRECKAGE
0 T. Yates, living near White
ed the Knepley building, a *1 *
I* Oaks; Lincoln county, a half c
three-story brick <
structure located .
R. RATE QUESTION 5 d
blind
R. ** district in the ,center entailing of the a business loss- ##' Elected Number. of Officials to Serve During: the ,Ensuing Year., and '* snow ranchman storm yesterday.: perished In His ail'# W LAWSON

*1.* of clerk$50,000. B. F. Nlllipsin. a *. ON FIRE Transacted' Considerable. Other Business 'of f 'f* drift body two was miles discovered from in his a cabin.snow ci* ,: J!
aged 20 ( j
years an occupant #
Advocated Settlement t ", -HAs a pillow he had used his &
EL Morgan of_ the third floor was Interest! the Public & hat
suffocated by the flames, R. A to I and, scarf and his hands ito Invited to-Testify if He Can Giw

of Differences in Coun.e9OUJ'TlO" n Radleywas fatally injured by r Bodies of Victims Being Slowly it it attitude were folded of on his breast in an *#
I prayer
jumping from the third floor-J. "K- Any.Information
R.. Minor printer was seriously *i t Cremated in the Ruins. 'GREENEGAYNOR: BOARD WILL PAY"' ONE-HALF OF 'ftCharles d old Newton a 13yearci ,
*"' Injured, by jumping. < goat herder perished in t<
.'CALUNG PRESI is The Cacton THE INDEBTEDNESS INCURRED of} the snow storm in the Sacre- cir
National bank *J mento mountains. if3f VICE PRESIDENT OF STANDARD

DENT 'TO ACCOUNT FOR APPOINTMENT *I1> occupied its furnishingS the second almost floor and *TWO BLOCKS OF HOUSES UNDER :.J BY THE RELIEF COMMITTEE, Heavy losses are being susii
i toci it talneal :- AGAIN DECLINED TO ANSWER!
by sheep owners because # ,
OF DELEGATES TOcOpFE86NCE tal loss, Th money'vaults are it I MINED BY EXCAVATION tCASETRIAL PROVIDED THE CITY PAYS THE .
," uninjured. i OF they made no preparaf 6F QUESTIONS RELATIVE TO OWN
tions to feed the sheep during k J JERSHI'P
.i REMAINING HALF.
ON MOROCCAN I BRICKMAKERS_ CARRIED SIXTY r 1* the preset' severe cold. ciSi '! OF THREE COMPANIES*

AFFAIRS INRODUCED PHILIPPINE FEET TO THE BOTTOM-FIREMEN I't -- 1F
a .H'I.H ;I THAT CONTROL TRADE IN MIS-; .
TARIFF QUESTION DIS AND VOLUNTEERS WORK. The regular monthly session of the I
Board of
CUSSED IN HOUSE. SERVICES THE ING DESPERATELY. ON THE. held last night. Chairman Avery presiding -: OUT. 1
I and Commissioners Sennott. 1
RUINS. 110101
F.lODGESINSTAll
l Wiggins Andrews and, Stewart being
present. .
1:1.
Associated Press.
ay Points Be: Much business was transacted dur By Associated P..L
Before
Washington Jan. 9.The Senate today PRESD.YTERIANCHURCH By Associated Press. Many to Argued ing the session, The first'matter taken New York, Jan. 9-The question,at

.adopted,two resolutions of inquiry.One Haverstraw N. Y.. Jan. 9.-To-night! Work of Securing a Jury up after reading th3 minutes was threading NEOFFICERS whether Henry H. Rogers can be comvp
of them authorizes an investiga seventeen persons are missing and it I and approval bf the report of .led to tell attorney general Her. .

don by the Committee on Inter-Ocean is believed have gon to their death: Will .Be gjn. the finance-committee.' bert. S. Iladley. of Missouri, whether;*
when thirteen houses Bids for furnishing groceries to (he ,
ic Canals Into.the general conduct of on Rutland I the Standard Oil Co., of New JerHTiowns' ; '
street toppled over last night into a county poor house were than opened,
or controls three oil
affairs of the Panama Canal, and theotber pit ?sixty fet deep which had been l- the contract being awarded to the are selling oil in Missouri compaBlUiwhich '
an inquiry by the Finance Com- cut by clay diggers in connection with By Associated Prees. Klein Grocery Company.A as
mlttee into the question of exchange the brick making industry. Twelve Savannah Jan.-9-The, first,day of communication was read from separate companies, will be placed be-t

money on the Isthmus. I j 10f the persons missing were occupants I f[the Greene and Gaynor,case in the Aycock & Co.. offeringto' lease the fore the Supreme Court of New York:
the houses and five were among I I'I county convicts but as th! board had. state to-morrow. All the important ;r
Robertson United States Court for the'Southel'11
The first resolution was reportedfrom Evangelist Continuesto rescuers who went .to the- aid of the I already com to:a decision' not to.lease:l questions which Mr. Rogers declined
the canal committee by its chair unfortunates. The wreckage caught I i District of Georgia;was consumed in the convicts It was not considered Joint Meeting Held Last Night t, to advice of '
answer on counsel in the
than )Ir. Mallard and the second is Preach t to Large Con- fire and those In the mass were either preliminary skirmishes between counsel P. C. Dawkins was granted a permit:
the resolution crushed or burned to death. with the issue upon the contention to carry a revolt'er, furnishing. the! Followed by a Banquet and last three dya hearing were presentedto
presented
yesterday by
gregations. advanced still when necessary the Supreme Court V>da7 by coon-
ter Bailey wIth the provision relative HUNDREDS WORKINGTO adjournment! until nndecjded tomorrow The notary pubic bonds of W. M Speeches.A sel acting on behalf of Attorney-Gen
to the Bale] of Panama railroad was Mackey E. Aj D'Alcmberte
bonds SUBDUE FLAMES I taken.. and: were eral Hadley, and the court was askedto
oxitted. Evangelist Robertson .continues his: read and approve?.. order :Mr. Rogers to show cause
,
I It seems quit possible ;as one .observed .
The remainder of the session Haverstraw, N. Y., Jan. 9 ; Election of Officers. installation
open meetings at the Presbyterian church I -Firtmen joint meeting and of why he should not answer them.
the slow of
the
r progress case,
wis devoted to a speech by Mr. Morpa reinforced by hundreds of volunteers The board th'e1t proceeded to elect officers of Pensacola .lyodge No. 4 and The questions are in a diversity of
and preaches to ,,good congregationsin still 'that it might be before the
? were working desperately early''today days: point a physician Attorney superintendentof '
on the railroad rate question. He !iof' trial Jopa Lodge No: 6, was held last :form, but in substance they all are
for the actual
the face of unfavorable weather.. to subdue the flames which Drawing a jury poor farmj janitor, etc; This ye-1 r
liTOCtiad settlement of all differ- were slowly but surely consuming i would be reached, as there are a suited as follows.L;.'. ', i night in the Oad Fellows, ball The I"Does the Standard Oil Corof New 3-

aces overrates In court according to There is nothing so easily affected by bodies of at least fifteen persons;who cumber of pleas in abatement'and Phrslda 1 -:D. W: McMillan.f I meeting was not only largely attended J rses., either through itself or any- rt

common taw methods and said it was the thermometer .as., the averagehurermOO1bOIn' with their homes were carried to]I: demurrers to bills of indictment yet Attornev -R.{ PoPe Reese. but was one of the most enthusiastic other persoiT or"corporation own, or '
death ,lit a landslide |''to.be( presented to ,the coivjrt' !and "
ar- *
shortly before)
: of Poor Farm
Superintendent -J. '
olcnlated! to do away 'with such : July he stays;' at last midnight. 'There is fittfe hope gu d; '-)' W. Williams >* -, and enjoyable events to occur control a majority of ,ther stock of the
'
artard machinery. home it in heworks in lodge circles during the WateriPiercOil Co, of Missouri thy -
becau&a }s' hot.' January that the ,victims, including men. Janitor--H F;- Hurst., year '
all day in ,his store or office women and children will ever be'Identified WILL CONSIDER: Burial of Paupers at $3.50 Each. After the installation, of the offlcers Standard ll.t'O., of Indiana and the

WANTED TO CALL THE without a fire, but shivers at the The list of missing constitutethe Frank R.Pou, \ > of the two }lodges a number of Republic Oil Co., of New York?" !

THE PRESIDENT TO ACCOUNT thought of a steam heated church. The only known'roll of dead1j : New Justice, of Peace District. addresses ,were made. Grand Master Mr Hadley wants this information
I j I landslide occurred on Rutland '
DISPENSARY ,
No one need stay away from Mr. street in the east end of the town LA\Vj A new';iJdstfce of the peace district BInkley delivering some Appropriate to show ,that the three alleged sub

Washington Jan. 9.-The propriety Robertson's services .for fear of being where two blocks of houses are sup- was created:by; the board. It is to be remarks as did also District Deputy sidiary or confederated companies are

at discussion in the open Senata of C/)1d. for his sermons are decidedly posed to have ben undermined by I By Associated Press. known as No:,7, and embraces\ election I LoftIn. monopolizing the oil trade of Missouri
I districts Nos, 10 and 16, dis-
!the resolution introduced by Senator varm. In fact the future ,he picturesfor workmen digging clay for" brickmakirg. Columbia S. ,C. Jan. 9.-rhe': General leaving After the installation,a banquet was in common, and to induce the Missouri -
The catastrophe occurred trict No. 5 ,with election! districts Nos.' .
Baeon, calling the for ( without Assembly convened to-dajT Governor served which of 'the Courts-to. order them
upon President some people is considerably warmer warning and while the victims' 11 and 18 This 'was done on accountof was' one enjoy ousted from
,
aa account of his appointment of del than is comfortable. Heywood's message treated able features of the occasion. the state.
I
were asleep Seven hou'' swent among other matters, of the efforts the large 'area ,covered by the for- rAn
.Ettes to the proposed conference on The sermons of, yesterday were I down with the crash. They had stoodon !I made Ito suppress lawlessness. The mer district The officers of the two>> lodge to interesting feature of the; hear

Moroccan'! affairs' to ,be held by European practical discussions! addressed' to the the brink of a pit a hundred feet j principal business for this session of Will' Py Half. be installed werePensacola : jug to-day 'was an invitation: sent by w

powers at Algerias, Spain was intelligence of his hearers, pjrsuadin*. I deep' ana! when tb- clay gave way.I the legislature will be consideration II f The committee in whose hands the Lodge .No., 4 Mr. Hadley to Thomas W. Lawson, of

eonslderei for flour hours by the SenAte them to lead the higher, life There II\'I"ere carried to the pit's bottom of the dispensary law, whlch'has been,I I funds for the relief of yellow fever N. G.-El Greenblatt.. Boston requesting him to come to :i 1 '
repudiated by nearly half the sufferers was placed several months '
today and then by a strict party nothing more practical than self- I (Continued oa Secod Pag .) ,ties of the state. coon-I I ago asked, the board to defray one- V. G.-B. R.. Witskovskk New York and? testify if he can gin
were: it was decided that the resolu- sacrifice and no subject in all the BI- R! iSL James Neville. any information.

|tot should be executive business. ble so well suited to illustrate. with f. 'S.-J. L. Borras. Mr. Refects again: declined while on>f
'
-'" -
Senator Bacon in supporting the rtaoilntlon Abraham's sacrifice of Isaac, whichis !l .J'o 1-1 t -,'i', ":' -- 'Treasurer-B. Petersen. the stand to disclose'* dle.stock ownership

contended for a public discus- found in the twenty-second chapter t t, .. _.', ; "Warden-It. Altman. I:; of .the three companies and was

|tlon! and Senator Spooner declared of Genesis. This was the subject t ,,-' 0 G.-J. Gerkins. -A severely'admonished by Mr. Hadler fc>)

jttat tie adoption of the resolution' of yesterday's sermon and anyone I'. ..," Conakictor C. Rollo. beat the hearing seriously and not M
<
Tould be an encroachment by the who 'heard it must have left the ] ." t ..,' I. .-D Bridges.R. "Funny"y
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Senate upon the constitutional rights church aiming at a M;her Ideal. of \\H "bI', :,.. ("fib, S. N. G.-o. {Jacobs ft. 1 i A subpoena server who baa been
;
,* the President and virtually would Christian duty,, J" .. : \\fo'\, L S. N. G.-A. Kerle trying for several days to summon It1 -

'tfcanRe him,, in a manner amounting Mr. Robertson's: ubject to-night R. S. V.' G.-F, A. Boghi Clay Pierce before the oommfanoa: S '

:a1!most te insult with Ignorance' of will be; "Shall -we; know each' other .L. S. V. G-W, E. Marble stated' to-day that to bad been. nwfiM '

Ms; duties as chief magistrate. hereafter If so, how can we be bap- 1rs R. S. S.-T. B. Meeker.I tt serve him after Chasing bins i 'I

Offense iras taken by Senator Bacon pv at the judgement-' :_, 4 in.heaven, with I,. S.-J. E. Watson r' through several roo)!tt.'athotel' .a*'

I Ito the remarks of Senator Spooner: rren': ''s lost7MtfNY Chaplain] -J. WHtock..., .: be had called awaya steam fdh4. .'

|the former declaring emphaticallythat Joppa Lodge' No. 6. N

CONVICTED N. G.-T. H. Fleetwood.
he I CAMPAIGN AGAINSTREVOLUTIONISTS'
did not propose to be charged V. G.-C. L. Smith '

nth insetting: the President. Mr.Spooner R. S,-J. W. Gingles.

said' he did not mean to imply IN U. S. .COURT 1t1 :lift F. S.-N. McK. OertIn:. ,

l,that! it had been insult to intro-' Tre:1slrer-A.! V. Olubba.. ,'
an ,
' uce the t
resolution, but that it would \ '
: F lI(>nson.'
OF WHOM CHARGED:
MOST WERE Associated Preta
By
e an affront to the President to adopt suR, rl '. I. G.-G. Boussette. ,
I measure which questioned the exrcnu WITH SELLING. LIQUOR OR R. S. N. G.-D. B. Morrison' -- St. Petersburg;* Jen. 9,-SucceM t, n

>e on a matter in which he .was t U S. N. G- ''I. Rauscher. -,- has thus far attended the campaign t
'ell CUTTING TIMBER.A i R S, N. G.-C. L. Wilkins against violent revohitfootets .
within Ys4' ,
his rIghts.. Insisting that .' L. S. N G.-T. L. Briggs .
** could not see the distinction Senator 't' R S. S.-W. E. Pearl. except in the Baltic provinces Cu .
1. "' f
Baton: I t -J L. S. S.-J. S. Daniels. caucus and Don regionadhere the pre.
said if it would amount toIii : numebr! of persons were convlctrl -- j
1lS Chaplain L. BjlL I! ailing anarchy will )likely continue' -
Insult for the Senate to adopt theresolution I In the United States .District court \ T ryjndefinitely. '
f .
,
it would be just as much, yesterday, Judge Stvayne' presiding,! ; : I

to'tor ban! to l introduce it. and in most of the,cases the prisoners half of the Indebtedness the committee r P

were sentenced to pay fines or serve I amounting to about $800. The CENSUS BUREAUCOTTON
PHILIPPINE TARIFF of S. E\\ total amount of indebtedness of the
ItS disposed
time in jaiL The; (: @ j

MEASURE IN HOUSE. during yesterday were as follows: y \ \ committee is about 1600. and the REPORTBy < r

without a board decided to grant the request
selling
Ben Horn IJquor} .
Washington Jan. 3.-The Philippine license. $.5 and costs,, I e provided the city pay the other half.

tang measure was the single topic l C. C. Johnson, cutting timber from I ". Ws Given Back Pay. Associated Press. ; .;

discussion iu the I Washington Jan 9.-The cotton,
House to-day. or'l :H. requestfor
government lands. $: : Sheriff Van Pelt sent in a
speeches bulletin Issued by the Census t
were uniformly against Emanuel Brow nsori(Jiaving a still .. back pay for a servant at the Cop
-
measure and were allowed to go in I i in his possession six :jnonths In Mari I' "" county jail which had been allowed Bureau t today show 9,721,773: bales of j

C n erai without: an answer j anna faiL former sheriffs. After considerablediscussion cotton ginned to January lot, countIng ; 1
V -
.
r Burgess of Texas, opposed the rcuttingJIIQbt'f from government t ,. .' this at round bales as half bales and not
i Jas. f he was granted pay I +
bil!1 I Toi '
On E including lInters. The report
constitutional grounds and had lands. $60;. placed in Jail in de. ; .' I the rate of $15 per month for the past!I
v'
lively .., : i states shows, Florida 72,881.; Georgia,
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colloquy] with the minority fault of payment; : year and also the authority to employa I! }
Mader : South Carolina! M7S.S26) ; -
He Mr \\iUiams. on this point'j Arthur Chance, cutting timber from :- :. ., : ::< : person, at this salary in the future.I J,6'i J.9n;
charged that the democrats, to be; placed in '. ; iI-> ,.. -:':,'I' Texas 2,231,835
counts-nt. government lands; $108; Escape of ConvictS
should thins;: <
oppose anj :
but i"v'
:\ tree trade with the Philippines jail in default payment.' ; )r. ? NO. NEWS FROM THE
the '
ca Sround that it was an Amerl'l Nelson Ske.lo? c>a ttiug timber from ;. appeared STEAMER THISTLEWOOD,

fendd:I possession Mr. j government lands, $IO:: ; placed in jail 1 the escape of some convicts who ,had
f the minority position bye stat- .; .. .
chat ; : : succeeded in getting ,away from the No newa regarding the steamer P. J,
beer h was supporting the bill, in default of payment .:: ;) Tb1iJllew d. which went ashore, last
It Was asnear free trade as' The work of the court is progressing camp during the pastew days. The 1
ft j Pensaco'a. received
of was
week cast
riaJaas Possible] to obtain from the 'criminal cases board granted him the use of ,two '
and rimy There 'are.
rapidly, in the city yesterday. now :
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y. The : AFTER IT IS,ALL OVER.: : t
Yesterday J"IF
issue sharply
was 'ted. blood hounds. towboats at work
far"n have alreadyBeen t inp. .. a large number of
lad minority beuetn the two members of] there. was about:thirty-five witnesses WE :WOULD'DRAMATIZE :T-HE LIFE INSURANCE INVESTIGATIONS TObJoET-" A. T LIULLERSOMEWHAT After the transaction .of'some _ron.. endeavoring to float the vessel, bat.as, rr
and< furnished the inter- uccealt&
board'adiourued.uiuuiui. tu theY ir beeu h,
the <<
-** LIKE THIS. tine business
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17 CRUSHEDTp I I .A' Bad Stomach" 'FIRST- NATIONAl H Ntt'-. SS When. down Suei!the' man Tho.shfol and the'W woman o.&.'.started -1


.. the subway stairs the man
I the usefulness. and man the hap i felt In l his
iness of We.It's i .. pocket for tickets.By .
Georjer be said. -Isn't that
I a weak stomach a stomach that a -
cannot '
PalpifationS a shame I've got to stop in all this mob -
ANDBURNED properly perform Its functions. and fl : a14-*
BANK ELECTS buy tickets:J"
Among its symptom* are distress after : : .,
r, tczv -
:sting, nausea between meals heartburn, ; : 0b. rio. yon won't." said the woman.
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belching. YomlUng. flatulence and nervous Indigestion causes! the stomach I bate ,tb' :!1. When I 'came downtown I

headache.Hood'sSarsaparilla. to expand-swell and I I remembered what you said 4 -.
;, (Continued From Page One.) I puff up against the heart. This I about those. people I who buy only one' ; -'bk '

Of riCERS crowds tbe heart and interferes ticket at 'a time making such a nuinnce -
Thobe
who not '
were killed
In the
with its action cansin -:- I of themselves, so as I had 15.tents

crash of their homes- either! escaped Cnres a bad stom&cb.lnllgestlou"tnd dyspepsia i ; shortness of breath, palpi-- to spare I bought three ticketsI .- ?PI : 4
with many injuries of were burned tatioa of the! heart.*etc. have H
to' death ,and the core Is permaneat. : two lefL We can go right on F WIit.
in the ruins which imme v" *. through.**
diately: took fire. The landslide broke Accept no substitute. ; 1
., Wm. H. Knowles Again Chosenas So the /e
and
the. water mains, shutting off the sup- ,-, man the woman drifted
; ply of water and greatly impeded the Kodol 1 i along with the pushing crowd' to the "

'V ork of rescue. Unreslst d. the, Nickts Buffet and President of! the. Big l point! where tie:: ticket chopper;: )held

flames spread to other buUdin'ss and t.. ,- Dyspepsia Cure <" 'thefi! un-and demanded tribute. Then

:: but for the timely arrival of hundreds: Instituiion.[ .. I th e, woman: lanked! Ira her purse for thetickets. _

of i"ol nteer fire fighters might have Restaurant BIGESTS WHAT YOJ IAT' Suddenly? her face"assumed 'a I J : : _

,' t ulpea! out the town. painful: blackness.: !
At the resular annual meeting of 4.
,- t- The landslide came gradually at Is the only; place of its the stockholders the First National t4ethe: strain o3: the heart, "I-I haven't sot: them" she f:1lt: red. ; ______ _

fltEL The ground. weakened by the Vind in Pensacola, in fact I Bank of I'en<;licola. held yesterday at -.n4 4ntn1hfes nourishment: "I was In such a burry when I causehroagh -JL ':.
? ram and snow of the last few days itta i its office, F. C. Brent W.:"A. Blount. .;2tren h and health to eteryt- that I must bar dropped all 'S ___

4'k' of has the showed crevices near the edgw' D. G. Brent. W' K. lly r. Jr., and organ of the body, Cures three tickets into the uptown box.'- / 4 ____
street in the and
late _
afternoon Wm. II Knowles were elected the directors Indigestion Dyspepsia.; Sour Xew York Press. I__ E : _-4
: in the --
p evening portions of the bank
A Pride to of this: back for the coming Stomach Belchin. Gag on _
tI legan to give way. The section was' .. Stomach. .and all Stomach
year -
cot: thickly for the Homely :Abraham Llocoln. 4ti.
,. popuiated most of ofth.. 5- troubles -
At a subsequent meeting" _
former dwellers had left their houses' In Coiosel CJark.-E.-Csrr's _
Pensacola.Larger ; directors ,Wnv; H,, Knowles was, elt"Ct.f'd S book.
early in the evening before the final i ; ; The Illini! he -
P present; W. K- Hyer: Jr.:; vice- ,, tells ,bf his first S _
. I crash came. Th-3 Ned ns' were endeavoring : (president; and cashbr: 'I'n.omaW.. Dsnm, Iowa. gltepse: of Abraham Lincoln and of hismpresalons
t to move their effects and: cities cannot I Brent assistant cashier andY.. N. Three years Ito I was aff.icttd; i of him at that time. LIeSYS
ff\ a rabbi was assisting them. This I boast eta better equippei I ; with icdifestisa St, much tint I S 1
Rqb{> ts. ashEtant! cashier, : "fiapidly.as tte.coacn: : bad swept
r also place. Is was la cwdcuil tal:!. After'ea inf
wag the case with Mrs. Si1\"er'j The ;service the 1 by the hotel
I bad
-noticed! that theriveF
I man and her son, all whom were best that can b? had. -- -- my heart was. etfecUd and I bad
The Original. d was not alone on hs high seat.
killed. smothering seasatlo s. Two bottles
y I j Folcy & Co. Caici50 ori3inat4 ,ol Kodol cured m.. He bad a companion. and before any
When the final slide cam':;, it cameco I s-1
h Honey and Tar throat and Inns
as ALBERT LAMM. of the other! passengers could alight
who h.vl f
suddenly that those
lingered Nick Apostle Propt'r remedy inj on account of the gnat S i l this: companion, bad alighted. stepping. S S.- __
In their houses had
absolutely!
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fir-A
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I merit of dollar bottle contain 211i
and popularity Foley's Honey I
no opportunity to escape. The bank I I and Tar many Imitations are offered ) timt am muett as ih. trial or SOs as it seemed ta; me' from the high coach "
cared the and for '. lzo I boi clear ta the ground be was so -
at top a distance! of worthless Prmar4 ml the Labratory of very
for the genu I::? These imitations
: two blocks from Division to Jefferson A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST f.C. .w."A Co.,Chicago V. Jt. I I tall and his leg were so very long. _
I I i have similar sounding names. .
Ftreets.' A portion of the ,Eouthside,, I My. first impression was that he was
SUITED WITH A Beware or them. The genuine Foley'sHoney "The 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 I II
: street likewise fell. Tar is in'a the homeliest can I bad ever seen buts xr.1- Is fast superseding old..f shioned cod liver oil and

: Those who lived in houses at the I I II age. Ask and for it anl refuse yellow any substi pack- I Year Calendar will be sent free on i I a he moved and spoke this! impressionwas V J.J-HJ1. ,emulsions because, without a drop of oil or-

find ()f the row and which did CERTIFIED CHECK of! I gradually changed. He awkward
not
go tute.V.. _\. D'Alcmberte druggist Receipt two, cents in postage by was feature it contains all the medicinal elements
down in disagreeable ,
the wreck were roused by a I and apothecary.! and ungainly:: bony and angular.his .
frightful roar and crash above.....whichcental 50 CIGAR. addressing, E.C. DeWitt 6 Co., Chicago I body abnormally extended his longlegs of cod, liver oil, actually taken from fresh cods! livers.

1!be!. There heard was the a shrieka plwngeshiv-. of; the I I'tlcth I All the qualities ot1a! r r.'aro- l and.:arms! terminating" in big feetand By bur process the oil having no value either as a medicine or
ma. color and gooi material is large, bony fingers. His neck
:: Co-rtre11 ; was
; ering of the earth''all' around a; dhenthere embodied in it. Some Crowns. : long and seemed to be intended especially food, is separated from the medicinal elements and' thrown

was silliness.T When Emperor Xapoleon I. was FINE.'PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola to lift his head Unlike old-fashioned cod liver oil and emulsions
T When the neighbors rushed half A. Greenhut & Co. crowned king of Italy: at Milan May {I high enough to away. ,

,' ; clad from their houses, the buildings I 23. 1603, be placed .the iron crown of Fla. survey every object' about him. His Vinol is deliciously palatable agreeable to,the weakest stomach
, DISTRIBUTORS. bead was covered with thick matted
close to them had ,
disappeared.Only Lombardy: upon his bead with his own I'J and therefore unequaled as d. body builder and strength
a 'gap in the cliff side told the stor PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. EYES. OF: WI' BIRDS.. brown hair." ,
It was very 'dark with no streetlights 'T .. bands exclaiming. "Dieu me I'a donne; '. '..::.-- creator for old people, puny children, weak, run-down men
and those who had been II gare a qui la touche" (God Las given it i They Seem t. C..KeeDeet for Halloa
spared ire1cL&ni. .n: ;. I j j L l Beyond lI.pe of Re.e.e. and after sickness and for all pulmonary diseases.
women ,
to me; beware who touches, it). which J ,
were so wild alarm for heir own L An eccentrjc character of pioneer AfmlBftnc. Llgbt."We Bound hand and foot: and gagged the
;.,r afety that It was several minutes be days In Cafifornia'was lawyer named j I.I was the haughty .motto, attached' to it J I I are accustomed to think an4 maiden was put into the gunny sack Everything Vinol contains is named on the.label.

fore any general alarm was given. Lawrence,' an for the by Its ancient owners. i speak! of mest small things especially
attorney firm otPalmE'r. unable sci-eam. felt
and to move or
t Before this could be done the frame I I The Hungarian: crown worn at their 1 I I of birds and the I OUR GUARANTEE have such faith in VINOL that if you w
}; "After lesser quadrupeds as
4 structure of the fallen houses ,had I Cooke&tCo. a night accession by the of Austria i herself bring" carried down, a flight of take it we promise if it does not benefit or cure you we will return yt
taken fire from the scattered coal of drinking and' gambling Lawrenceone emperors baring peculiarly sharp eyesight. says stairs, put'into a buggy and then driven your money without question. We take all the risk.
afternoon 'railed I as kings of Hungary is the identical !t tone a 'wrter"but. the more one watches
.i find lights in them and soon the whole upon Palmer at I down the street Ineffectually she
. of the wreck was burning fiercely the; the l>auk," says Thomas E. Parish's worn by Stephen 80fl years ago. It them the: mor "one is tempted to believe tried to release herself from the gag.

flameg riding:; above the side of tin I -Gold Hunters 'of California."He is,of pure goldj anal weighs nine marks I r that, i- truth their eyesight, as Alas she was bound too securely! W. H. WHITE & CO.

. pit was dressed in a gray flannel shirt and six ounces (fourteen pounds) and is 'I, judged by human; standards is extremely Finally the conveyance stopped. She!

! As crowds hurried to the scand ?n overalls!! ,, a broad ,brimmed bat. with adorned with 53: sapphires 50 rubies 1 indifferent; That many small: was again carried into a building DRUGGISTS. ,#(I

. the fire department galloped up a a belt containing two six-shooters anda i! emerald and 333. pearls. birds pick up-.frora the ground and feed fainting and gasping for breath The __

r second landslide occurred. Several I bowie knife around his waist. lie informed The crown of the king kf France upon.seeds: -tchlcb.'vre walking by can- sack was tak(lt-trom: her head. The ------5

persons who had ventured near the Palmer that, he Intended to : is a circle enamelqd. adorned with not see' ls 'tit : b'urthe seeds are as villain still masked took the gag from

1 over edge to of death.the pit It were was nearly carried to I leave on the afternoon boat for Sacra- ; precious stones'and heightened!: up with i large! to tb ln,' $ oranges to usand t ber.moutb, her eyes gleaming like
: move th!, fire apparatus necessary to insure ltd: mento and the mines.' "'Why do you eight arched diaiJemV'.rfctag! from as f their e"t's"'al1not.more. than one Inch I of fire through his black mask, ..releas -S WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS

'1 Safety and BO uncertain was the earth do that?' 'Inquired Palmer. 'Because many fleurs-de-lis,", that'cpnjoln at the f or one and" a half inches from the ed her and hissed through iris tightly

rr that: the efforts to rescue were great I bare spent all my money-'and muste (tcp .R"iouble.fleuride-lis, ., all ofItold. I ground while they are looking for them.I clinched teeth: ""There my pretty bird FOUR FULL QUARTS

_ 1 Iv retarded.From an more,' said Lawrencewbo never: .-Chaci, *>*rs' JournaLi. 'i If, moreover, you stoop down so I scream and yell as lond as you like: ,; OF"...

-r, below men entered the pit kept any account or'how he stood at oS i bring your eyes'within. Bay three feet no human ear will ever reach you. You

'1 but could not *get near the wrecks of: the bank. 'Why.* said Palmer.. 'you ,I of the ground where a bird has been I are In "my power. Do you' bear- -to- THE. CROWN\ OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY

t* the houses because of the flames. The have not spent: all of your ropne ,_eure-: Cheapest accident 'stirance-Dr.1. gleanlng.! .yoo will be surprised" to see I tallywIthtnmy, power*'' "Where am FOR $3.5O.
I -whole pit gre* so hot soon that those Tttoiinas'i |!i bow eeds, visible Aiough to hilt? : .
ly.Let.m* see. 'And. turning to _the; EJclectricfoil. Stops the many you IT" abe gasped. "In a store! never
. who rush in sought and if to possible attack save the some flame.3 who or book of daily accounts: he continued' painrand heals! the 'wound.' All druggists -''be orerloo'ke. <3% Most small wild animals advertises" was the cruel response. Other brands 'at rock-bottom prices. You get your

I b might have survived the fall could. 'You have a credit here of $;).000.' ..-.t t seel it. : will also:'see us long before we "Alas alas!!"she moaned. "!\o power, goods ,the same ,day order is received. Give us a trial
not approach the wreck. 'Have IJ asked .Cawrence' Incredu Bee tht'm'wheI we are walking. but if on'earth can save me; no one'will: look

Large forces of men who work in lously. 'Yen so the! books chow: 'w It a hamon'b ifig sits motionless there is for me her ." And the poorgirl faint-: order: B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.Sucrene .

I the ,brick then. I will not hardly a wild thing which appears to ed.-Ked Creek N. Y. Herald. -- -,-- -- ----
yards by dey were mustered go decided Lawrence ( ) -- ------- --'- ;- --- --- -

L I I to ata! in the work of rescue buc; who returned to his office. and his. practice be' able tto ,distinguish him from the -,- p- -I-- -
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their efforts were in val-n. AH the -of law" surrounding trees jnd stones. 5 f .'!a
Imperfect Digestion.
I tenants of the houses still standing; ";\0.1'/ the pvildor; 'brnsti turkey of r A Hone7 Sa.ve

were driven out, as the structures are orthpienIs? Is supposed to be one of r Means less nutrition and in conse l) _
Jo momentary danger of following the Oae 'View of joe Jefferao :: the ke esQJpiied: birds that lire and I quence less vitality. When!! the 'Uver ." !'-;---! ,, ...,. ., I
ethers in the Of one phase of ;Joe Jefferson's char- iiAARRow-- fails to secrete bile the blood becomes
4 pit. very 'q cklT 1'are to take alarm at t : .. ; t1 SIJtt.: ; -em :
I_ The frightened tenants were cared. .I acter a writer In the Ontlook says; anything .' But hunters l loaded with bilious properties the digestion I. )t ibct'imn: I
, for by neighbors. Herwas interested in the lighter phi! moving. have becomes impaired and the Horse
bare shot them and I I I I a3 losophies. The work of Prentice Mul- ] dlst'ocrred'a bowels constipated. Herbine will rectify S
ford know)|f i that .ihcy: are easily called by this it gives tone to the stomach .....lt"jSOLDXJf T I
greatly attracted him at cue time. ; L # __,, ..- .. ...J
lIe had bad remarkable: communications Cfapeeo 8hr akQaartcr imltatfag their note, and. also that if l liver and kidneys strengthens the ap- Feed '

DYSPEPSIA as he believed Sires,with tie leap when caUagVTOu; sit on the ground In telite, clears and improves tha complexion L' .
from the other .I ; 7KX3(ETTTOVj'P.
15 CENTS EACH:J FOB A QCAtTEXCLUnT.PCABODY&CO. front of a tree Instead of behind it ; infuses new life and vigor to
\Vorld-iDougb.! at any rate to convince j 5'. BTCflJUEN1' L COt.
him that there was another world and 3155154 Ot CtCITI A>D MOAICUSI5Ts they rrlll come right up to you before the whole system. 50 cents a bottle Ith. ..i.

- -"aYlaw 'akea your wonderfil "Ca'l'aNU"for to make him confident that be should they recognize: your presence., But, If: sold by all, druggists., -
-aa threa mullii aid Wiar entlr.ly earatf of Umch you bide behind a tree you must sooner ,
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J .asanlt <*d1sp.p.l1 think ward of pri.Is see again those he loved. He was a S -
. f s.iO" ss.ar.I4' .I..d..1"po.I'loa.l or later look round the trunk. That --
I hsve t'k.o umtroai .tb.r so-railed remedial wonderful optimist always cheerful, .
bat avail -- -- -'-,,-'----,- makes a movement against the rctoa-
, :1 IIVJ. I tit 4 thai Cu'.rttt rii,T. I
Bi r lh : alt always looking for the brightness of skIS
U> olh.r. 1 faava lakes
Woald Jtm.i la By;:r*". ]M llere.r St., life. He once.told the Spectator that .I line and long before it is possible J ICE COAL and WOOD I
M. Jtntj City N.J. get a shot the birds are off. But sitting ,
in all his thousands of miles of travelhe I .
between them and a tree front 1 I Time is firoraa. thoConsumers'

steamship had never accident been or in seen a railway one. The or you can raise your gun to your shoul-! ;j i Ice and Fuel Company. g

1H dec and pot,them. It you wthh.' at your .
N OMce-Corner Chive and Tarra
last letter which the Spectator received I! nL Phone 259. d
leisure. It appears to be motion against f I II
from Mr. Jefferson
was reminiscent
of the light only that catches their eye. j Money.Business i- 5T- ":' -
their earlier friendship and closed
with "It 1 is the same with wild geese.. The I i .
ci.NDVcAThAaTIC these words: .
alacrity with which they catch: fight of I

1 How tIm roes on. so heedless of ua all!! a human bend as soon as It breaks the I; ,
What a short lived creature ia 1 1Scroggfn1'l.
man (myself Men '
exct"pted-by the T>ye. eventyflvenext sky line is disheartening enough. but A Modest Philanthropic.

, ..e5aaILP51a5kl.. .. birthday)! .In a few years we shall be when they have been coming In in the 1 CanSaveTimeb '. the millionaire stage driver -
. ?* TM! Good Do flood.
.,. JT...r ei.k... W.*ka or Orip.Ue.*c,Me.Never sweet little angels, wings and all and. as evening to spend the night on a lake 1.1 I who'founds university In John UrtLloyd's
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(old i b lk. Tk e i tables ped 00 C. the old gambler said on his deathbed. \valst! equipping their office "
have motionless.
4 tiuara.&aM to ear or your Boa y back. stood nearly story "ScroRgins, says whenhe
"It we meet I"Jl1'Iy you for $5. Till
c' Sttrllcc Remedy Co.,Chicaco or N.Y. 591 sincerely yours- 3. JEFFERSON.then deep in the water. with the full light j: with all the modern gives the money for the school: "I

ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES 1i of the setting; sun shining! on meand i j I labor saving known.conveniences wants it to be remembered that I

,- lao Hair. I around me on all sides the :surface unbroken I. I: ain't a Join this fer glory. There ain'tno

Planche notices. In his tfllstory of i j1J. ,, even by a patch of reeds for With. 'a glory \tr me in notbin but drivin

British Costume" that In most Anglo- i fifty j-ards or more, and those: wariest ,-- I the gulch! stastcoach. I don't want no

ZI Saxon: Illuminated manuscripts the of fowl the Canada geese. baTe come name of Scroggins', neither stuck on to

A Mighty Good Plan hair is painted blue and that the men A Word or Two) :1 on In their! long line honking Ike; so i] Card Tray S I this bill university. I ain't a-givin this

are depicted as veritable nlu(' ards. II j many trumpeting elephants! as the money fer seth an object as that. '

In a Saxon Pentateuch Eve's locks Dinnerware ;I came, flying so low that their: wing! : ;! _Outfit Scroggius ain't pinched no wldders nor DR. \
For the Housekeeper on I J. MOCK
1i are bf this cerulean tint. There is I at each downward stroke nearly I I I orphans an' he, hain't broke up no .

also early evidence of green and touched' the water and have not seen you can keen] your papersat I man's business far. tee git rich. He

In the matter of buying orange fashions for the hair but blue Patterns me till their outstretched necks almost j your fingers' ends- ain't ashamed of nothln lie bee dono DENTALSURGEON.
t groceries Is to buy notn- .
seems to have been most fashionable. touched my chest and they: hare had CO cents an-! $1.50. ClipBoards : an' thar ain't no reason ter give this I

t', ing euro but you the don't best pay, bet any be "Arts of this kind." says another fj We mean of 'course, open-stock to break line to pass em either side_ 25 and 35 cents : money in order ter stop people talkin' Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty

4$ more than a fair price writer "wer undoubtedly practiced -the kind match Chicago Xews.t1ay Paper Fasteners. 15 to 'bout his meanness, er, ter: buy his way Painless Extractins of Teeth.
but whether it was done by tingeingor patterns you can get 25 cr.ts a box. Photo I inter heaven. I'm goSo back ter atage-

: BETTER! COME DIRECT TO dyeing it with prepared liquids according ings for at any time without trouble ; '\ They Did Net W.rk.A Paste In water well bot. coacbbi''," S 2SJ4 S. Palafox St.

,THE POPULAR GROCER. to ancient! eastern custom. or or delay. On demand, in fact. i j jJ university professor wishing to :! tles, 5 to 50 Cents. ; -. -, S. 7 and 9 Old Armory Building.!
: I
; by casting it Intopowder of different study the tramp question during alummer -- Phone 1077.

: Tnen you know therewon't hoes, agreeably to modern practice, I CJ J There arc many manufacturers and I tour through England. lutes' Coe'sBookstore How Rat ..Itapl.,. _
.t be any mistake. Our paUerns-hW1dreds of them viewed 2.000 ----
cannot determine. many wandering beggars whom A pair 6f ratshappily situated and -

t stock of staple and fancy Blue hair powder was worn about CJ J To select! from this vast array, the t :ae questioned as to why they did not undisturbed will.in three years have

? Groceries Is complete and 1770 by Charles James Pox. The best in quality and the choicest in orna- [ fupport themselves by werlw Six hun3rfd S 213 S. p.lalu Street! Increased to 626,608.! Calculating that COMPLETE LINE

. : we everything know we required can supply by Monthly Magazine 1806. gives an ac "j mentation. and secure the absolute! con- ; : and flfty-three saId they were ; i if ten rats eat ax much In one day as a GROCERIES

.-t: those who insist on high. count of that statesman's dress anddescribes I trot of them for this} vkiniry, has been j j jour | willing to work,but could not obtain | __ I man, which we Think is ,pther under FANCY
unsatis
. him as a leader of fashion. employment; 443: gave vague than
over thsfaet, the
; class pure and fresh foods hobby. -f consumption of
"He bad." says the writer" "his red fat'tory'nn1 ers; 301 espressed the I j these rats would be Sunbeam ,
Asparagus
CJ J That's why sell much dinnerwarewc've i I equal to that of
?- Salmon Steak, large tins 20c.. heeled ehoes and his blue hair pow. we so opinion that no one ought to be obliged I f'A RAT and t I! 65.CSO men the year ronoS and leave Premier tiing and Lima Beani-
of
der." got the cream it. both to work, but fools did t
; Macaroni and Sphagettl, pkgs. It some so they Premier Lobsters
eight rats in the .to "
year JIulj
:$ and 100.Bacon. .. foreign and domestic right here in this i (the vagrants) considered they 1ff'rejustifted { -rrLA BABY rpare. Premier Pineapple:

dry salt Ib. 10c- shop. People may look, elsewhere but j in living on them; 407 accordIng j i ) Rid roar hoaM frat., keep I j I dential tlplylns that in th1 the rapid rat baa tray so it is provlI natI French Peas,

t#. .; Shoulders. dry salt Ib. 8c. Cured Lumbago. !they finally wind here.to buy. to their own statement, were proceediag baby from harm.Steams' many )fushrooJ1 1. _
up
I nral enemies. AH these
to the
Save Cafe deMonde Coffee A. B. Canman Chicago writes Mar. Don't : to work at certain far- iII' I contrary Premier pjum Puddins.
.. g| service> procure Electric
need
: you a new
4 ,beea notwithstanding, he
(1903r "Having troubled 1hej often
; wrappers and get handsome ( with off localities, the proves Edam Cheese
i !: I J and remaining 1M. ,
Lumbago at different times and tried open-stock plan makes the problem easy. Ratand sufficiently troublesooitf. make !
;: premium. ] baring expectations, were living to; Roach Paste I IlI1ioe. the MclJiren's ,Cheese (-In jars)
one physician after another, then different ( hope until their relations should d!I i 5 will quick1yexterm1nte rats and community conspire against; him. IB !! And'all ether Premier Roods
ointments and Hnlmsnts gave and leAve : Tbtr eat H and ruSh oat Ireland they singe the hair! : of a rat Bowes Fancy Florida Syrup in !N*
them of the house
money. to die.
I
It ;up altogether. So I tried once.9
which has been but otherwiseIt
; caught ties
j >
i LAZ more, and got a': bottle of Bal1ard.sSnow Z5rliftsbi.IIM.IM.. : JJ'
JACOBY. bell eryvb.re or scsik el[ .Is unharmed., In Germany they let Everything first-class and UP-'I
Liniment which gave me al Soothes itching,skin Heals.cut. or : r:::= P& pI1cia, Mooqa-car one loose with a email bell attached to
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THE POPULAR GROCER, most instant relief.:will I can add cheerfully 107 SOUTH PALAFQX burns -without :a ax-. Cures STEAIir EU6TIID PASTE CO., its neck; The tinkling of this as the East Hill Gro. Go
recommend it' and
f: 14 W. Garden St. Phone 183. to your list of sufferers*' Sold my by name all eczema salt rheum, any pues'l r; QIcq,....U.LA.. belled-rat chases his friends producesa ,
j Doan's
Ointment. Your druggist ] Manager.
H __ _ _ druggists. iw panic'among them and causes them I M. F. BOWES
r to flee the prem1st t I PHONE :1 1:.

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TERSELY TOLDA Pensacola Lodge No. '3 Held a MISS HAIGHT,
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Largely Attended Meeting
M. Nicholson and W. J. Williams MR. MAX HEINBERG,

Jr of Milton, were among the visitorsto Monday Night
the city yesterday.Want NAVY YARD ORCHESTRA, '; ftQy

advertising furnishes you the for benefit of s y 4 g. I
answer' to the little "real riddle,"
An enthusiastic meeting of Pensa
even though it is a hard one.
cola Lodge No. 3, Knights of Pythiaswas St John's Church Bldg Fund
The regular meeting of the Board
held Monday night .in the Castle
of Safety Is to be held to-night in SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES PENSA-
(he city hall when several matters Hall, when officers to serve during J"N

H importance will come up for consberation. 1506 were installed by D. G. C., F. B. COLA AT 7 O'CLOCK. =. y '}' .. / .?
Pase1ifas\ follows. 1 : ,
Admission ,
.Reserved Scats. 50c. !
C. C.-J. A. Kirkpatrkk.V. .
Owing to the funeral of Mrs. Boy General Admission, 25c:. '
C.-Z D.
kit Jones mother of Secretary W. C Cunningham.
.; of the Chamber of Commerce Prelate-R II. Hilliard. I
OONi e3tSoF 11j m ,
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which was to have been held to-
R. S., M. of F.- Horsier.I. p
marrow: has been postponed. G.-Henry Pfeiffer.>Henry .l LAMAR R AT "HEAD 9 Sv

Rental services are being conducted O. G.-It C. Von Werd?r. I
at the Gadsden street church byRr. W; and O. Trustees-IJ. G. White !
L. C. Branscomb of Talledega, F. B. Radeliff. J, G. Gardner. '

Ala.. and the pastor Rev. Rogers. Trustees-" J. KrY' er. F, B. Radcliff, .\
Services every morning at 10 o'clocK R. H, Hilliard. or AMERICAN t .

sot every evening at 7:30.: Everybody ;. HairTrustes. A. Lyle. R rv yJ .
ts cordially: invited to attend: Building Committee. Horsier. :.o -
any or all these sen-ices. General Relief Committee Hors- : .
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The fire departmentwas called outjesierdar !er. NATION L tat. !
: afternoon to the home 'oflichen Representatives to Grand Lodge< -J. ,
Gonzalez, in the northwestern G White, R, H. Hilliard, H. C. You
portion of th" city, where the barn "?erder. # Ys. ta
near the residence! was in flames. Alternates B. Rutherford, :'J. T.
Owing to the! great distance for the Johnson, Henry Pfeht r.
The ting largely: attendedand Being Elected President to Succeed ,
department. to go[ the building was en- m? was .
.fiopd: in flames when the depart the reports exhibited: : a.fine flnaaciaj y ;
r.tm arrive:!, and: was practically de- showing 'and increased membership H. L Covington t $ z ; f .
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Eirowed.; Delegates and alternates are requested .

Another good sized audience heardEvangelist Monday January to attend 15th: the, meeting of Retired. "i:; 'r'S i.I""
O. P. Spiegel at the taber-

acne last: night on East Gregory A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES The annual meeting of the stockholders -
*:mt. near Alcaniz. on "Three Thou. Blind Bleeding ProtrudingPiles. the
Itching, ( of American National
and in a Day. There Shave been Druggists are authorized to refund -I Bank was held yesterday afternoon in !
several) new members added to thv money if PAZO OINTMENT falls I the office of the bank, when officers haft
church already. The subject for this to cure In 6 to 14 days. 50c. I I to serve the year were elected as follows
fining at 7:30 will be, "A MootlConversion. l
." This is a most interesting y
PrsidPnt-C. W. Lamar.
subject and all are cordially in- BIG REVIVALAT VIce-President and Cashier M. E. .. q .
tiled to hear !It.
Clark.
Assistant Cashier-IJohn. Pfeiffer.
Blue, Ribbon MUSCOGEE "'
Lemon and Vanilla are Second Assistant Cashier, W.
end deserve to be the favorite extracts. r
They Andrews.Directors. M. Paul Jones :To-night.. farce oomsdy. The piece for to-night 1'Burgomaster" under the same man-, "
are absolutely pure and -H. L. Covington, J.: 'M. White "The Soldiery, and the flnaT&.
w highly concentrated that only half Spscial to' The.Journal. Pfeiffer, Bryan Dunwody. Frank. Reil- The Library Benefit, given at Library is -frue ir.sji hearts, one ol in.' ageaient.. Mr. Figman is said by the cf the second act. "To Arms." There
the usual quantity produces perfect Muscogee, Jan 9.The meetings ly, W. S. Rosasco, T. McGourin, F Hal] tonight, in which the as- company's best peces.! 'This will''i Chicago critics: to b? delightful in the is a singing company of nearly seven,
faults. opened a few nights a'so at :Muscogee, ,H Brawner, C. W. uamar, J. R.', aun-I scciatkjn: presents Mr, M. Paul Jones, close the engagement, and those who character of Professor Pettibone. ty people, presenting this enjoyable.
/ by Evangelist KegeI/are creating au dtrs1.. E. Clark. W. IL Milton. O.I promises to bt 'a very enjoyable af want an eyjnine'of 'pleasure will findit I The music of "The Tenderfoot" is opyr a. iHcludiaj the famous "Do1Iy"thorns
When entertaining use!' interest that Is beyoisd' discription. E. iauraY.. L. Cawthon, W. .J. ian- fair.! Mr, tJones is:one of the most talented at the opera house to-ntgbt. The i of a high; class. H. It Hertz, wile .
WHITE ROCK WATER. words. musicians whom: Pensaco- will be'an entire change of specialtiesand I wrote the music. Is a eomposer'bf no
It's quite the thing to do. Lone before the hour of beginning:; nah, McKenzie, 'Jr.\ and C. Carting:M. Covinttfon. Alex.. MeGoirrln Bans have ever had the pleasure of the taring slide for life by Mr. i rjean abilityHe seemed to''(:Itch Concert at Warrington.Next .

the services, the house was overpacked Ii. L. Coyington, the retiring president -i !listening and his entertainment tonight Pettersoa will a'',;&: n be a feature i the out of door spirit of The' Tenderfoot Monday night Jan. 15.. Mist t
I
and scores had to be turned away will be a rare treat Ticketsare ." and the result hiss Been .a Haight. assisted by Miss Anderson' ]
continues as a member of the '
nnbbiar It I.. Extra seating capacitywill be built' hoard of directors,- resigning thepresideney on sale at Library IJaJl. "The,, Tenderfoot. number of particularly swinging airs.The Mr. HMnbet'x' and the navy yar2
1 believed that I had collected an o-day and temporary galleries" will bsrrected in order Co devote his W. P. Cullen will present' Oscar' L. best rem bere/( songs In "The orchestra, will give a concert in. thA" i
entire
outlawed bill the other day" remarkM to accommodate a much lafgtr : time and attention to the navalstores : Last Night's Play. Figman 'and Ruth White here next Tenderfoot" are "I Met My Love on L O. 0, F. Hall, at Warrington toe
a phjsician. "I au-lience. interests Thursday, In'that delightful :western the Alamo" "Adios," "I'm u Peace- the benefit of the St. !Uohns chnn4ibt.1dlnr
street who met a man on the I' Many. have been converted and yet The Ina Lehr Stock Company, was operatic comedy "Ths: Tenderfoot able' Part"Fascinating Venus" and ; fund. A special! train wHl
said
wile he owed me $3 and the meetings have only begun. Mr. teen: to advantage: last night in -My I These two stars have 'made many "Only a Kiss" two particularly fine !leave Pen acola at 7 o'clock and return
.promised to pay! the money Borne I'tlll1e. j' K?gel is indeed the most able arid Pleasant and Most Eg ctive. Wife's Family;" a very laughable; friends .by:/their fine work :in, -"The number which are sung by Miss after the concert. "
Knowing that there was little talented orator lecturer and preacher, T. Chambers: Ed. Vindicator,I "I I t
LkPlilrootl: of his doing 80, as he Is a'ell that has ever pa 3d> through this Liberty Texas, writes Dec. ,2'a. 1S02: I
known deadbeat. I replied In a '''country, any!' has the power to draw "With pleasure and unsolicited by SUBMARINE MINE BOAT NOW A MEMBER 'Always Remember the Foil .NflD.Laxative .

watering sort of way: ,j(and hold: all the peoples:] : fairly spell I you, I bear .testimony. the curative|! GENERAL KNOX IS ?
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'Ket you a dollar will hound pOWEr of Bailard's Horehound Syrup.I 1. '
never
you $ / =SCI t230
Wy the $3. ,I Tha meetings will continue all thin: have used it in m}' family and can I The big Submarine mine boat Gdn'crai OF THE COMPANYANNUAL 't'araaCo1..0.0D.y. la 2 Ds ,
"Much! to week Including a Sunday morning: J cheerfully affirm it is the most effa I' Knox, connected! with the army, .
my surprise, when I re -
turn...! to wrylce. The surreundln! eomanunltris I tine anj !>sst remedy for coughs and i i iJl now at Ft. Barrancas: ana will the'
> office Prompt delivery to part of
my wife said this any ,
my i p.tbably remain herefor>!some weeks ;
can had cordially invited to visit Mcscoxeeend I colds I have ever used; Sold by all E. B. ACOSTA & CO.Ml .
called: to settle his ,
lie! account rejoice with us In our privilege! druggists. Ir.plUng! after the mines In IPensacola MEETING OF THE JOUR. /city.Office
had given her a check tor $10 and evangelist.. i' harbor and placing new ones. and Yard-2:! to.28 N. Tarragona -
Jwelveil $i in cash. In the evening of hearing so talented i The boat, which is ircored alongside : NAL COMPANY ELECTS B. tie.r.* *and Retail Outlet In St., Pensacola Fla. Phone 361

' droppe.1 In. and I gladly paid: him A Horrified Cabman. i of Barrancas wharf is fitted out
ly; l lost wager and thought/ I was a Looked the Part. Henry Herman. the English: theatrical ,i nut completely for: the purpose of S. BERNARD AS VICE. COAL WOOD AND ICE

man man. Tbday the check was re- Thomas B. Reed once called upon the manager, had a ,glacs eve. wLich ; planting mines in harbors where they PRESIDENT. . ..
nimed ben\l of. the departments on a ;' ; nC'eessaI'O."hlle hers the sseljvill - -
by bank '" of one on one occasion figured prominently In are v
my marked 'no good. I iHHH.**WWM **a4HiM ******
soak after the old mines and
-Sew York Press., matter of official: business. I a Joke Le played upon a brutal] cab-i :

The secretary; was out, but a new private man. > f i i'i place nw ones where found necessary M the annual meeting of The Jouiual I DIAMONDS' WATCHES, JEWELRY, 1

:Sot So Far Out of the Wy. secretary" wearing his! newly acquired "Cabby" was driving Herman home ; Company held, ;last, night, B.' S. I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES ;:
was: :
haughtily ,
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honors somewhat to his
bulb: Governor Rollins'! adininistrao residence at Hampstead and on Bernard, who recently became. astockbolder
o a representative to the legislature there. -On you tell the when the sec the way mercilessly thrashed his harse. :! j In the company, was. 1 STERLING SILVERWARE, { 1

or New Hampshire: from of the retaryvill rctcrn?" a t.keel: Reed. Herman objected: to the man's cruelty, elected vice presrient of the organization 4
rlll'lll districts In the northern one section.. "Really," answered the private secretary -,I, says; Mr George R. Signs llu his interest- c : -. ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, 1

or the state was presented to the gaVe unaware of the Identity of the :;i: Ing book entitled: "Among My AutoI r J 1 ; For the past two years )Ir. Bernard CUT GLASSWARE. 2 .x

frlrJr for the first time. Being :some distlnjnJshed! caller-"reailyyou know, i I I graphs," but said nothing until he pot :.has been advertising manager for The
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and his good work In thatcapacity i rvl'#
1rhs: nnfaciHicr! !: with "statehouse> etlLo I have no ides""Well. ||! Ott of the cab. Having firpt carefully Journal the -
look itrIIan : < is well attested by exceptional -
gnPtte" drawled ReeJ, "you I i removed his glass he held it out
addressed his RS eye
'aAt excellency >er's M'oeLly, Then quit Colfee and drink strength and attractiveness Engraving and Fine Stationery. :
hht" I, between lite. finger and thumb and exclaimed advertising columns.
of The Journal's ;
Tli<' I !t t : Journal ;.
governor Jpfonne the gentlems r His connection now with Th, -
from the rural district that there "That's what ;you Lave done. you :.1 company as a stockholder and an "*\ ;
'u but one "XIo t Hisli.; "he who t I scoundrel! You Lave cct my eye-out POSTUM- officer makes him 'a permanent flx- ; Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. !
.J\1 i made: with whip I shall give into i' : .
everythiug from nothing.! : your you ,< ture with the paper. : =
w -
.II.! custody
"orernor, repllcnl: the country I
'''xisistnr -m give you m-dit-for' I The cabman ;:;'.Te one Lorritied glance health will' yomt{ Feel bD'1uld.'eak"; run- own1 i sic :
The rebound to : Stomach off?-Just aplain
It'kill/'/ a Ju+tk-e wf the pt-ace out of a | I I at the eye exclaimed, "Ob. crikeyT; Headache liter Burdock E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co
tlll:: Hoarseness loss of voice case of tats ._ .
or J
and ,
t1' In In\: town that Is about as j i without waiting rorlih fare: wulpi 1 The Road to Weliville" liver and stomach *
tones '
l'notMnst! IlS f'er"altl'd on two I j immediately relieved. Nothing J IXH! 'up big horse-And-drove off 'at'a' :; Blood -Bitters -digestion purifies the MOBILE, ALA.
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jw
hay" I lt-: ton herald 1 excels this simple remedy 1 furious!! rate. .". '. j i I,blood.promotes- i9FiiliF8*#4H 3it&3**> +Fi-F1Hl .......$>> .........

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i : PAGE FOUR -- THE PVNSACOLATOTIRNAC. vE.D. Jt "D'' Y MORMIM6 JANUARY! 10 "1896: -: '0 .-"_.... .. ::,. ._

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of to "tif'iIh .
will bt a part policy :t-'ii f ,t"ti'J..v.. ; ..i;. c.;_ r-ttii-f. $. t-;<::. ;;*-."...'1..."...>... .o." '. -
naval "flags in sauthern ports at :t3. 4) j'kr.C"i i--- f ;(: \. --4 t
ifJt Jtblaiola shorter intervals that previousl. : i ,--
Journal And the ships\ officers and .crews of '-* S t

; the American .navy will ,find a sincere: ; __
welcome in Savannah-tha leaJngj-.; :-- : T L GRA S
j "VICE:
.I Daily. :w .'. 1 rent of the South! Atla! -tlc. I :. : ':. i OUftU1 1' i I ay TMe, :i t f
1 ctkly. Sunday. i'roll .. ? ;" I VL be 1Jen.ueolu. J" ASSOCIATED rRE'S :

; PUBLISHED EVERY MQRNING. EXCEPT MONDAY, .. ..t...... 1E i 1S.$ :MJ ..ti i :% ;'LTJ I i

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I '-.!- ; ;4. THE EPISODE LAMAR-WILL1AMS IN THE HOUSE. ',** ** YOLr S IX.. PE.\SACOLA S FLORID.MO\ AV MoRNING; JM-UtRY I, 1906. XO. I. t

: i THE JOURNAL COMPANY; ** : :_ -- --' --- -S----

I :: Ti1 actual num6roc complete and perfect copies of THE PE.NSACO JouRNAL printed each issue for i

: FRANK L. MA.YES .3- ,
: PM.IDKT
I AJrD GZN22AL MAJCAQM.. : West: Palm Beach Sun. i t Z : the year 1905. wa u tacbclow, .. t
1 The papers of Florida are' by no: *f ; : ; -

::1 1 MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.; means unanimously Lamar in siding hislittle with racket Congressman -I I if'with 1 Pay- .Ian, rzb. Mcli. Apr. May June Jut; 4U ''!' Sept. Oct. No. ,Dee. 7& i i'SI ii

!' Minority Leader Williams. For!I'* \ : $" .;1. ... ;3150 GO;) 4:00:: 5000( .. 4600 4250 40:> SOOO 50;; 6100 5750SIj. 1 t
I tlie'si' ... 4400 W90 .. .. 5700 5100 .. t
4500'
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. instance here is the comment of ._ . .. (00;; 4325 5550 5100 4-150 -"--
Citrus County ,Chronicle!: "Among ;:; '- .S__=_- ::3..T, : ;;)'). 4\Hi(,, 40 r. .- 5150 HO; . 43:; zoo 5400 51)0; 5900'The'

j One Year............. & freaks of modern' tinus .. / HOt) 5350 5750. ..- Monthly Totals *
00 One Month.......... 45 ; the egotistical ". ? ;; 1/.5(1'( ..C7 ,4t00 ijl00 4700. .4250, : 1!" :
Six Months .......... 2 50 I I One ,Week ........... 10 may ,be justly classed Billy Lamar ;; .. Journal.. ', _5. ...,;.31150 '!:!50" ''''4151)) d50' 4900 : 1250 43iO: ?006 54tlO') 5900. 57t l
.
Three Month........ 1 25 --- Weekly Edition. year.Jl 00 \' congressman from the Third district) rr .. ,: '4L : t '-, ', 6.n 2a .. .. .. 4&004910 4500 USO 5000' ,030 5.00 ... (70)0 Recapitulated #.
t: 'I* of Florida. He had the, temerity to! I -, ''S' thC. .Ofli I Y' .7.... .:75II( UGO HOO nOO.4950 5000 4O;) ;' ..;.L 2QO 40d 5650 5700/ j
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Paper on Sale at all News Stands. q 1 'buck up' against John Sharp Wi ;: t'I .8..33aO UI0 saoo (800 .. -i-to:; UO; 45001 200 5h( 5600 5630reflSaCWa it

) 1 lams: leader' of the democrats in conA_ ', 9.u. 4125 t45200/ ( 400 USO 4500 4S0O' r.,200 .. 5100 5650; Jan. tOItOS

:: THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER 'gressj; last wek and Billy was sat ... .' i 10. .. .. .3S00 4.l2S 4lO ;.. 4500 H50 .. 4350, 5500 5450 5100 5900 F e.' 101\ 96- of:
.
. CIRCULATION FROM WHICH A DETAILED down on so hard that his half million g ';> paper :which 11..40JO us::t UiO: 4800 H50 4100 420 462 . 5450 5700 :;" l

STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. dollar wife would\ hardly. recognize *, .. t u..ooo 40 MO'') 4MO 4450 .. .ZaO '4G .. LMO StaO 5900 56aO March I J1 ,175

4 I ,,him." 5-!' 'publishes Its' 13... i9O3() .; ... ... 450. U5f 4t50 4250 5000 3'00 .5-150, .. .. 5650

Office*-19S and 110 East OoTerament Street a a .; ::: : .IL..3900() 411i.: 452:; 4700 HSO 4450 4250 .. i300 545Q 50 5600 April 127,6 o.

TELEPHONE Live Oak Democrat. ,* 'circulatiOn h..400i) 417S: 41'50' 4100 ... 4450 4250 4600 .li300 5hO 5S50 5600 110610
No. 38. : may .
-: 11.-. 450{) 4800 1\300\ 01aO 5600 J'f
As an impartial\ observer ,without :ii.<: .1. 4115 455:>> 5')00 4:50 4450 U'

any motivj for frenzied partisanship. ; : T 'st,tement I7.h4030 417: 40; ... 430 HSO ..- .SOO JiSSO 5SJO; :700; etO June 117,100

PENSACOLA. FLA. WEDNBSDAY MORNING ,JANUARY 1906. H seems to us that John Sharp: Wil: # '. :: U..3900 un (554100\) 4310 41QO 4:00 4S00 .. ... 5550 5700 . t
10. ;
.. hams, the twice chosen leader of thvs, ::1: .: .,<: --.-. ._ ip..3100 450.) 500;; 4800 4:50 ...: 4900 4800 &300 50 .6100 560() July. .112,87 *

"'- democratic party In congress, has suffered '.* < :, ft'' 20.. ...3S00 ... .. 4S03 4350 4450 445 530 li300 S60( ... 560J 12733- .!:
it-"ff U K about punishing alleged oerslicts of- 1 no loss of prestige or' influence I .. "tThl majority Of f .2 1.H..3800 iao:;: 4ll0;) 4100 4150 H50 400 eo. 5250 5600 5850 5GO() August :

I his than I,I ," 22------4200 -4250 hOO 4700 . 4450 UOO 4o0 5..25; 570 5150 5609 1364JO
party ho does of unify lag'by reason of.his little spat with Mr|} ''' / : : Sept' .. il
.. WHERE THE JOURNAL c' his following and of the country's I|I Lamar of tab state. _._We deny the >I 3 : .rensacola 3. .. .... .. o 4500 5000' 40' t40: 4450 .4800 112 25;)' .; e. 5100 S60a
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.t .
CAN BE FOUND. % rIfe (elf are. W R. Hearst and W. J. .. right of the latter gentleman;: to imI I II :: ...: 24..4l0 450 4450 k. 4350 4400 uu -i6JO 55)0; 5600 5100 6100 Oct .., .144,100 I

.v Bryan j nor either of them. are not IR-I I pair or to seek to impair democratic advertisers' %c..:. .. .4100 L1a. HaO .600 43..0 4800 4300 .4S00 ,. 5600 5100 .. NOV. ..
.4 The Peneacola Journal IB on )I'ff sues before the country now;. but!I solidarity in congress because of a litjtle -''j #* '' 26..40Th 650 4S25 4600 450 4300 gOO 5250 5600 6000 600 lO,2O i

Bale. at the following places lathe both of tbem. and either "of them.I I personal grievance his own. He ''.. "The; Journal .1..9,0.. i... .. 5100 43010 thO: 4300 5200 5250 5600 .. a600 Dee. 154850 "

''it.>. city: have stronger holds upon the sympa-1-I If \is Just as useful to Jiis Florida constituents -' .'. : 28..3900 4300 5100 5100 4850 U50 4300. ... iI50 5600 5150 5600
i Bay Hotel. '" tines and confidence of the American I off the Commerce Committee i # '; v '" I :5..430! ... 5100. 100 HU 4450( 4350 4800 550 ,58o) 570 609 f ;
8 Coe's Book Store. 4 people than alleged leader not in '" ;: exciUslveiy.r .. ... 4600 5..S0 . 5150 5750 I 1,518,068
L1 any as be is on IL. Brace up, >Ir.. Lamar.! !O. .. 4800 ,600 .4100 4450 ,4800 1
.9/0. Depot News Stand it accord with what they represent: mctngress I' iff' : : .... 5000 .. .' 5G00 _
: 'it" Gem 8sole Store. -No out of Mr. Williams has in no wise impaired i l-.oI.h -, : .-:::--- ---- 1.4000 i. 5100 .. 4600 .. .. :::...-6 ? !.
or i// can ever hope
jour career as a statesman and i itake' '
4 Hotel Escambia. 4 ; you | 101196 123115 119610 ll11uO 1i2875 1T33 136450 144i0015O501a4O 7c15r:
121650
to their'friends Tons.10110S
J gain by ignoring
f' or snubbing 1 ;t 7 c;
from sticks
fo Merchants Hotel. 4 a pointer the Florida I, .. \SI}
.4 Southern Hotel.Thompson's 4 leadership and directs former supporters.even the blind Good and don't play your whole stake on .;.: A.v rage n% ioT 4&36 4$0' .601 450t 'un 471.6 548 554;) 57'7973 i
the Hearst card. Mr.
Harst has beena
4 itWalker's Book Book Store.Store. 4 4 ;away from the ditch not. into it. steady .loser up to' date and there' Is : :-. .....;...;). : -: .. -

", .8 ." I ; THE HOUSE OF an impression down this way that .he 4 i' ; l of. copies p nte? during he year-1905. 'as 'per alve tat mcnf/'Wa5.u.1-1518,968:: : : i
7; "<< 'Ir. "H : thinks a good deal more of Hearst
y 'GOOD FORTUNE HAS than t he doss of the democratic party. ; ,,: granJ: total! 1.518.068. dlded by 313 (the actual number ,of issues) shows the average ,

A THOUSAND POORS anywa-}. 4' 1...t.. numlcr ofcopics. prlntcd per ISsue. to have b een. ..._ .: ..____..__--""'......;.. ......._:"..-_---"._.._......... 4,8 5 0 *
Still Fighting AND 999 OF THEM ARE EXITS S ,., *

r Madison Recorder. .. .
4. The one entrance-door Is always ;;\: : .; ---- r i
the Buckman Bill. Congressman Lamar..placed himself -.. : : .
: l locked and the bell Is out of order, I' ... : '. : GROWTH BY 'YEARS i.
1 : A rather square'y on ,the side of the people In :.. ** .1: 1 certify that the above state- Sworn<< to and! subscribed before: me this
strange condition of affairs hereby.,: : ?
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I
I I The folks inside are too busy to answer 1 his hot roast'of'John" Sharp Williams'i ..' 'r'**.' ,': ___-.--.-,--..,-,_ ----,-__ :'
must exist In Lake City If reports are a rap on the door-they are not:I 1 In congress last week. Lamar is : : -- ; the records ,8871 lint day ofJaDuary.l906.i .
according
true relative to legal action I ./ meats,are correct : to I90I,. -_-________ ._---. ,
proposed strongly in sympathy
with -
receiving company" and are not boa- \ the plain ..t'M- .
4_ with a view to still further testing the pitable to strangers people of the country and he has the 0 ': '. CJn.* this.'.office. I90 .. t2,441 I

Bucknian school law by the courage and abilityto fight their battles i "-, _
; carrying To obtain : I903 -.- ,
admission after have 2929eI
matter to the : you. against the representatives of ::- i

-: court. A recent United Issue: States of the supreme Florida located l the door you must !have a corporate: interests.. .' ** '-,:;. .. .'/. ;<';r -. -;? '. ,, FRED A. SWEET, I 904_ 3,540. i 11 PERRY DICKEN [SEAL .;:,

: Star contained the following article l latchkey that will\ fit the lock. These i ir I S aBirmingham, S ,;,;"< ,.. X1 CIRCULATION ......... 1905.: "-.4,850 I P4OTATPUaUC. .
krelative. eys may be had-If you know how I Ledger '. -
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'\if/ .. '- .rnEvery *--
to the matter which puts and where
.. ,Lake light;City in anythIng but an enviable s mith. "Rich Relation." bequeaths a! He has rather filled everal unpleasantly positions notorious.of honorin : ; advertiser entitled to ,know what he is getting for his money. The
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key some one now and then and I
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supreme Notwithstanding court has the passed fact upon that anJ the i t the eccentric "unexpected wind.fall". ature I Florida, a probate having judge.been circuit in .the clerk legis .- above statement; shows what. he gets from. The -,Pensacola. Journal. a

: decided the absolute constitutionality I throws: a key Into the crowd occasion and attorney general, but Ji? has serv :" S .. *
I ed only one' term in .
ally. c ngress. Mr. "r.
,of the Buckman bill, which has satisfied i. 1Ii:
Williams did not him to .
"assign a high i .
nearly every one of the opponents I However, on Enterprise street near "
: of that measure it seems that Lake place and the gentleman from Florida ... .. .... .' .) ., ,.. ., .'... .. ., .,.....,. : :. .
j ; City is still: defiant and if the I the corner of Never Quit road, a locksmith is i very angrj. Mr. Lamar comes of ..if'H*- ,: (I;. ":I 'V ;,. < 1l.,:! fH' ff ? ',..A.1- .'1"HUli?71 ."fiU'H-;:.

.i of that city reflects the sentiment press of has a shor under the sign of a great family and has ability but '. ... _... .. _. -"
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Buiness Huet e. This lock-smith makes Mr. Williams.. has the sa*".
the place the citizens of Lake City
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I propose to resort to questionable keys for the House of Good Fortune *' .sJ.y* tit. Perie..aace. Sack,!. Fame. 9fU.|onf Worth WhUe. LECflL fiDVERTlSEBEIil

;. means \\o delay the college at Gainesville They are not cheap but any energetic Our Milton Index. In his familiar character as a time The following story concerning John How to live, comfortably with ape's I

:' "' .' .. ,business 'mail mar afford the Billy hit the Join floor with a dull -aver Mr. Gladstone adorns an Incident F rstei. the biographer of Dickens. neighbor-that Is.the problem; to avridthe : I
i: thud when sharp Sharp Williams knocks' 'and frictions which draw Notice? of'applic I tfon for permIt Tae last issue of the* Lake City recorded'In the new1 "Life of Sir was told by the Jate Sir Wtmyss:Reid:
n ,p"rice. Usually the sot down sell
has liquors
order to ,be' on faito. Well. Billy neededa \ I wines and bearhw
.. Cidz?Reporter. In a tirade Charles Wyndham the lines in mea'a ftceQ and too often contract
.reckless .
English actor
In the days of his youth Sir Wemyei *
little I D. V.
placed sometime In advance trouncing; he has been tf'lrig as, > Nims and W. W. Nlms pan
this of the theirjsoula. ,It Is paradoxical, but
on subject the fad
makes
threat"th.3 -
: manager., One biasing
July dayillr bowed desire to embark '
to live the a great upona ners doing business D.V.'. .
on reputation
Nm. 5
L. as
people of Lake City are determined 'delivery of the key-and it's "first of Q. C. Charles Invited him and other true, that the larger the .soul becomes" :
long'enough.. Journalistic career, whereupon an I' Son have filed with the Board of
to hold the State Agrlcuturat'College., come first served." The locksmith's S S iotables to his theater to hear a reciter old friend ef the family] in Newcastletold the more room It creates for Itself a County Commissioa: for Escarnfc
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a .t tha Buckman bill and the recent I I name is bUyer "Elaine." margin of quletncw la which it remains
"Publicity. Tennyson' Mr. '
W.lhston Advocate.We him .that going to 'London and count, Florida, theIr'aPDJicaUJn (Of
p decision" to the contrary not withstand1ing I" must say that Gladstone occupied a box below tbe writing for the papers would bring untouched by petty Jealousies and permit to roll liquors wines and o.''.
adding also that "the decision| i "" *". I we certainly admire one In which the actor- ] hurts By the practice of charity and I' in election! district 12 .
the pluck ol Lam r'incallIng ( manager kept I him no good adding: j j of said cou;: \
does further .
not prevent litigation. 'Ini i II ,
unselfishness a life builds for Itself"more
Sharpe Williams down. Williams is watch lest Ida: guests should flee from "I mind there was a decent friend of and state; an}' citizen of such: junctions or other process of law can NAVAL I ,
FLEET Ita tell'mansIons" wherein it I
be instituted and in the *I recognized as the 'democratic leader the stiflingittrtate*. When the recital mine. auld Mr. F rster. the butcher in :district may stow cans; if an> n
presented
: AT SAVANNAH. but had ended BIr"" Charles hastened te may dwell, la peace., A song In one'sheart be. at the meeting the Board (; state courts and can be carried to the ?l- bis' feathers trimmed by our Join the side. He had a laddie Just like
United States supreme court.as there Savannah "'I 1 congressman., We agree with Mr. the statesman. ]'oii and nothing would serve him but a smile upon one's lips! a cheery, I' held on Tuesday,, the 6 day of r ,t fr
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News. Lamar that 'he "Afraid you've bad wholesome ,nessage' of god: will on ruary next why such permit sho 1
certainly a trying time
$ is a Federal question invoved." I,' I all this one's tongue are wonderful helps to all not be granted. A. M. McMi:.aa,
cause In calling down Williams with beat. 'Mr. Gladstone, the I I .
Surely the people of Lake City are 1' 1f.i-i? }f if.'fH.t" IC dinted as be called It. and when he I
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ssMnticcIIo boat suggested. kinds of people. Tere are so many Clerk of the Board of County Comm:
: letting their had eddlcated be
temper run riot with their got pnuldn't come '
; Rood judgment If they propose to raia9 1|: !Six of UncleSam's warships are News "Not at all/' was the reply. '."I have back to his father's shop. though it I I burdens of sorrow and care and pover. :sioners. By L. G. Aymard. D. Cjanoaw4w

;. the matter of race discrimination to 'now In this "POrt-five torpedo boats The esteemed True Democrat devotes had a. charming afternoon. I thank was a first class business. He woulddo ty and sin, so many-doubting discouraged -:

; further their personal spite in this !and one m nitor They represent the considerable spa e In its last you for asking me, and now quite re- nothing but write and write and tempted heart To comfort and

: matter.
Section 14 of the Buckman bill J ed fighting' craft The torpedo boats quoting from several: state papers. Sir Charles was elated. "Elaine"was ; .London'. and left his poor auld father are these, not missions worth while? ers of the Pensacola Gas Cojipdn:
1. makes this discrimination, but we, have been called with reason, tbraspg Bro. Collins Is evidently down on the a success after all. He rushed to Try It, friend and prove bow truly
Hon. W. alone' and A've never beard tell will be held at the office of Uu u:-
.'; feel sure that If the matter were carried of, naval! warfare. They are B"Flttlac the stage and found his other' guests qf that laddie since" your own heart-and mind are cbt'Cred'i I pany in 1'cnsacola Florida, o*> wnssday

: to the supreme court of tae United J the speediest and sauciest of all floating waiting for him. "It was thus" concluded Sir Wemyss, j and made brave by your very endeavorto January 17. 1906 at a'.
.i States. It would refuse to Interfere. r'What fighters. They dart about and "What have :sunshine Into dark places.
'f thrust, their. For Freedom." we done to yon, they "that the fame of John Forster the ) .. o'clock noon for th:, election 01 11''o
then would Lake City be benefltted stings where they -will do cried "that should 'Elaine'on : I I -- h .. '
hurt Gladstone wearot you give us author The Life of Goldsmith and tors to serve for the ensuing I)!
was
offering little target never ,
by such and pro- I
proceedings except to I tarry a day like this? Surely there was until their successors elor J -1
l Ing test : the destined of Charles are
embarrass and the not when they have delivered against the fallacy of what was biographer
delay Board of Control Point en rropoilng. -
something lighter to chooser! for the transactIon of such oihc
1 their blow. The monitor Is the anti I called "preparing" new. communities Dickens, was cherished in his native "
In carrying Its > of
out plans An old taibioned. book! etiquettecontains 4
"Lighterr! retorted the host. "That'sthe : in'ss : may l lgally bcfm ;
come
podes of this craft. The for town by his father's ancient friends!! Jtft
monitor Is freedom ,
If the citizens of that place are back teaching a colony like an trouble with a chapter on courtship that Is mectln .
of this movement and are. in slow ,and apparently clumsy: but she Infant, by slow degrees of walk, first you society .OPIe.1 naive. '
earnest,' is a bulldog The you're all so frivolous. I gave I exceedingly Any young man I W. F DOUTHIRT Serrp a3janlff )\
as this paper states they will find that wasp stings andg I putting it into long clothes then Into Tbe French Girl. who might be contemplating a proposal' (
classic
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t6 a way'the bulMds stays until treat. Why, ) r. Gladstone: l
I' they will receive the rigbtous denun- short clothes Our'modtrn' colonists, Today the French girl must submit of was urged to
(d elation of the people of Florida-Indeed he said after quitting their mother to haTing her husband chosen for her :
of the Nevada type mounts l with care and due forethought the ffcsS
they will invoke an Indignation L \battery'as heavy as that of a a battle main country instead of keeping their liberties aftennoom"I"Of course he had". was the I|I I exactly as did her great.grandmother, proper time and place for such pro Safes! !

i that will appall them." Come to jour ,;ship. She is! designed for harbor de-: go out to Australia or New Zealand der. "He was asleep all the time.reJoin.I I j j I and that in every class of society. To pose!. 'For instance, he should never !
lI ber senses at once and let this matter fEnS!." With the twelve inch mom to be deprived. of these .liberties I i the average French girl the fact that propose to a yoking woman while out 1 Buy Diebold Safes

1. rest before you loner yourselves 1 ters of 'her turret frowning upon a and then perhaps, after fifteen or Bristle Were Hot. larladol. i i i she will one day be a wife and probably boating for if she should happen to refuse -I
deeply 'Jn the normal estimation the
: state of ) ;harbor entrance. It is a Glaring cruiser twenty :years* waiting.have a portion One of the ablest lawyers and advocates a mother is as inevitable and certain bio It would be dim ult to reach Scarritt Moreno,
: people of jour or even heavier cratt that will given" back to them'with as is death'itself and ] '
I venture I- magnificent New England ever produced wasRoger from childj j j shore immediately, and the situation
within range. The monitor Is, language about the; liberality of parliament hood she Is educated' with a view to would obviously awkward. Agent.
Minott also
who
A dispatch from Atlanta to Thp. Sherman was
ip short a floating fort. .
Sh has lii
.in free her 1 1I 1
fulfilling vocation
conceding Institutions. famous Again from the On the other band If the should
for the of his wit. ac-
Journal a day so stated "Forthe tie freeboard hence not be easl-: quickness .
or ago : ly hit by the may neverthelessshe During the whole of that: interval they A story which fully Illustrates Sher-1: I day she Is born her parents begin saving I I i I cept him the tltuatlon would be equally Neither the captain on'
first time In the history of the enemy; are condemned a dowry for and '' ?rs consignees .>' ""
is a mighty feood; gun platform; to hear :all the miserable man's powers of repartee Is quoted by her should they undesirable since too close a proximity I I nor
south lockjaw has teen cured here bya and to b5 a good gun platform Is tae jargon about fitting them for the the late Senator Hoar }Jn his book'entitled fall in amassing a sum proportionateto and certain attitudes incident. to the I Portguese ship Elvua II !
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prominent young Atlanta physi chief function of a monitor. She was privileges thus conferred, while 'Jn I "An Autobiography. of Seventy: :their means public opinion judges" circumstances are \nown to threaten I oe responsible for an e

osn." Pensacola practitioners have not designed for cruising. I, point of fact every year and every j I Years." them, very severely. It also frequently I 1 the safety' of a boss; also said young 1 I I contracted ,uy the crew' cf san .

cured a number of cases of lockjaw It is true that several monitors month during which they are retained J Ji On one occasion Sherman was'arguIng -' happens that several relations even if man was advised never to propose to a M. J. A. RODRIGLLR1X Captain"
have made the long trip from this under the administration of i by.no means very,well off. will join together ROBINSON.
i a:despotic .
iii the past but have not taken occasion I a case against Nathan Smith avery young woman 'just before dinner Having Consignee. :Sji"
country to the Philippines but it I tj: : government fenders them less. fit able but rather coarse lawyer.Mr. to provide a small dowry for an been without eating for some hours
to blow their own horns by adTertlaing not likely ..that'theY'' will ersr make i free toi-'f orphan m cousin.
Institutions.Morley's "Life ce or Daughters .
Smith bad discussed the question she would doubtieaf be In a less amiable
the fact through the column the return voyage. They will be Gladstone" hare with
of law with the for which he sons any fortune left by frame mind
permanently I'I I subtlety of than usual and
of the employed there in their' Both Won.
? newspapers. their parents. All this makes the po-
was distinguished. Mr. Sherman said might under these conditions
refuse
capacity
legitimate an
as harbor defer I Iders. hl:
I An titlon A Judge in a emaiii court ta'
| of Frenchwoman
1nvtor' a
DIe.I
Ix <
> very secure
Th hardships of life a to the court that he thought Brother offer which at another time would seem
The Holmes! County Advertiser on moni'l i,I Once an inventor sought to transmute Smltht and akin to that of theman, whom $he'I '' own quick! way of getting iato! t tit
of desirable. '
tor too were out
to
: published Weatville by W. D. Williams are severe send ;I Idt8.Into. gal sea on long Journeys or to expect that discussion: that be was not
:1 i
: has resumed publication aftera them to do cruiser service. As a News: lIe had worked in a small three averse to such refinement a, proper t I as a true story .

suspension!'; of several months. The matter of fact however the construe' I sided shop in
Journal Is glao> to see "Old W. D tion of the type has been abandoned then an uptown section of the city. The occasion to chop logic and splIt hairs The following telephone( converea-1! "Mary;" remarked' ,(r. Perkins to the' finished presenting! tit argument, aaji !

? bRCk in harness again and wishes the by the Navy Department, since it I is man was Joseph Francis and the device with him. ,. tlon Is reported to have been beard between .. 'i I lady who by the way:was the second i as he mopped his brow and sat do.-u

Advertiser every success .during the r regarded as obselete In modern naval upon which he worked was'.a non- Smith immediately pulled a hair oat a certain well known young '!; one who bd shred} hla Joys and sorrows -I the Jude stared at him admlrm:;?

: I warfare. The deliberation! now Is capsitabla lifeboat One day he found of his own head and. holding It ; financier and a society woman who, 1> mostly th< Utter, as be, came I with wide eyes and open lDouth.'fbf'1
present year and in the years to come speed, which,the monitor has not and himself In ue 4 of ..I b 9It.1 He also began said: up... functions are considered somewhat; J I I downstairs! attired tfr'churrh, "I notice | he turned to the other lawyer w19*

can never ,have. Nevertheless th e to feel 1 the demoralizing of S did not lay out'rny had risen to his feet.
ravages boring ; you Sunday clothes ,
The Wichita (Kas) Democrat apparently monitors now in 'commission are most "Split that"Sherman I :*
hunger. Be had but 10 cents Ills desire "TathIsMr-r ; In readiness f "Defendant needn't plead riiint
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has but little use for minorIty formidable craft for defensive pm-I replied quick as lightning: 1
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was for th. bolt only but he'real- 'I ', "Yes." I "Too busy getting,breakfast to think ] wins be shouted.
be "May it honor. didn't
leader John Sharp Williams, to poses and will not sent to the:L please your I tc'
ized that bread' also to i "Thta Is Mrs. Won't about clothes! "But. your honor. protested
scrap heap for many years to come. was necessary wy bristlel. I Ic. I you give yon:orjour either! replied
; Judge from the following which ,ap- The visit of the Nevada and the finish his work 'Suddenly he bit upon i us the pleasure of your company at t j f Mrs. 1erldn.'promptJ1. ;] lawyer. "let me at least present otf

in a recent issue of that paper torpedo boats to this port is purely] | a compromise: 'He' rememberedthat .. I dinner on )Monday And my hlrC*' weat ,on Perkins;; i case."
..... ... I ? Tb'e I'
Democrats throughout the country Informal and of routine nature nevertheless there was a h.rd..re-sbop away up In \dam's :I i "I am so sorry. Mrs. -, but I han Ian "my first wife, poor.thing,, used to always ;I Judge looked! weary fcVTe

regret to see a disposition on the part t their presence In,these waters the country above- Fifty-ninth '$tret S Who was mother a1Js'would'? The earth. .I engagement for Monday." make 07 white shirt nice and I i : ahead." he gronted.I .

; cf their party representatives In congiess arouses considerable Interest since where he could'get the bolt for 5 cents. How many calves' .It "Can you come Tuesday then?" warm for m. to'put on!"* So the lawyer for the defendant .rnt

?; to scrap among themselveso I'visits of:war vssels to southern ports Late at nlrhfbe returned tolls hop take to reach from the earth to".the' "Why. It is most unfortunate but ]I "Did ebe.! .though K' retorted the dame. : ahead. When he had finished the iadr
when they have the have not heretofore been of frequent ky? One. if it were long enough.: i I wide f!<*
personalities with the bolt and a loaf of bread. He have a partial engagement for Tuesday "Well. I bare.beard tbe .neighbors looked at him. too. with
to sue- But it Is io be expected What is it that never was and never say J '
united occurrence.
opportuplty, by action worked until: when the boat "- and mouth.
sunrisa. also. '. she used to make things open
effsfully scrap 'the divided opposition. that they' will come oftener hereafter' : WM completed He bad built the Francis will be? A mouse's nest In Ji cats .. f r. : "Well how about Wednesday, r and I give mywordMr.. warm. Perkins for you. "Don't It beat the Dutch ,l'. flI -
it looks like the minority The genera government Seems disposed Which hen the j jpu %tPost .
At this distance \ lJtebo wu the first, .the. or \ I claimed. ""Defendant wft' ,
his alertnessacd to encourage tbe maritime ml]Li. Qn JU TttI'IaI- It saved I "Oh bang It 111 come MondayRarpeys :!- I'll do myst to follow her exampleIndoat ."
leader wIth all 300 lives. < ere? The hen, at the creation., Tort .
tar '' spirit in this section hence It : Weekly. 'JBIU -'
fcrllllanre of speech) thinks more ) .
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'blessedness- )Ie reads about Andftj-would: be agood idea to tar!
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divorce cases in the courts, gets more all ,bachelors, over 30 years 'old $10a

ARE YOU READY .morose entertains ideas -of freedom, year and, double.,the tax every five" ,Severe CoughConsumption- '

I and starts out. He finds suddenly that yearS; ,
Us' Wife can't bake bread right. or Woman's;,Ani bltion.
tbn't know how to .*ry\beafsteak. of ':Now woman l looks forward to mar-

.". ": cant sew buttons on half-rfsht, and rla sar It Is,.her natural end her ambi Threatened
t he trumps up a ease'.that-be It said tion. Buthe' too must be on her

; to ur'shame-wfll actually pass mus: guard .Sihfe "should' seek the gettingof
FOR THE-GOLD WAVE4 r J} ter in some states. He has permltteu: a:man woo loves her with his : Mrs.Mary Painter,who was reduce!

; a few trials of the' ways qf the worldto whole oeart who is honest true, of C )\ to a shadow and threatened with consumption

... male insidious advances on his character.. Nsver! should she niarry a : t +k' is restored to health and
\ 54V ." heart, steal away his love his' man- man that drinks,hard or tbat most de- strength by Duffy's Pure Malt Wnlakey

4VJX: hOOd and cast duty to, his God to the spiseat l ot ,ali a lazy man. Yet ap- Bedridden. her husband could hard.
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Let fix the of HEATING "As to marriage," continued irev. choice; -the son of toil maybe t- : tdS cured and made as strong and sound
us you up in, matter STOVES "
Sutton,. "the contract must be entered superior to the man of fashion. as ever.

hrto;wiiUnglr. We must gt permis- Rev: ,: Sutton then related a story .1.. .It is with great pleasure I write to tB -
STOVE don'. from the state,. for the HatE about, 'a, young girl wno 'with aJruhken"inan'camet : k '. you what I Ulf Duffy's MaH Whit-
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soci ty. Besides God sanctions It. \majried. The 'l latter sent the 1" spring and it got ao bad my friendsthought
But ;divorce breaks tha tie. The 'inREV. goup1'aay each time.. On the third I had consumption I wa as
'5 %:t $% \ thin as, a skeleton, had given up. an!
.+-" ? could scarcely lire so I bought tvo hot
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-,, t "My husband and I have been taking tt
= I. .',' .., I a all summer He was down with back*
... ,( _. ache till he now
lfda ;:ZymanJo
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PRIEST: TO PROTESTANTS'ON away both commit adultery."Adultery J -

is one of the most abominable No. 5603.

o* sins, and it can be committed H. U COVINGTON President M. E. CLARK CashIer.c .

MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE only by persons who are married. If I W.. LAMAR. Vice-President. JNO. PFEIFFER.. A sC Cashier. ,
people 'were .separated-that is, if it "' 1. '

there were possible would be for'this no aJultery.but state' to exist a man- ....-'s.,' ..'.' ''' '' "., 'i-f THE AMERICAN-NATIONAl BANK Y


Rev fo ier Sutton Made Interesting and Eloquent Address to Large or woman who has been divorced by 'it PENSACOLA, FLA.
the laws 'ol courts is not :Relieved l of \

Audience St. Church his God-impossd duty. He or she is t DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
at Joseph's still married! and he or she .can not $40,000
$200,000 Surplus
marry again without falling into the l Capital Stock,
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Last Night. slough of adultery. ; J DX EOTO

"Therefore, we should heed St. Henry I.,.. Covington S. J. Foshee.

St Joseph's church was again it that the Church of Christ should l.ukc's1I.rning; for it the '+ \ J. A. P f'el..er. w.A. M.JL Avery} Jr.
Milton
crowded with Catholics and non-I stand as a rock in defending its purity Lord approves of divorce, why do. Bryan DUD"o1.! Q. EL! Maura, .
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not his inspired scribes BO state clearly '
Catholics last night. the latter greatly and blessedness. ., Frank "lellly, W. I. Cawtaon.
I I -why this warning from St. Luke? .. \\ *
predominating. It was the occasion "The Catholic church honors mat- W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal.
of the Rev Xavier Button's third lecture .1 I rimony. So high. does she hold the I Divorce is a sin. a defying! of flod'sholy ...' 'I'I T. F. McGourin Dr. W. J. HacntX

to Protestants anent matters appertaining -I nuptial state that. it is her wish that I decree no matter ,what the cause ; V. 2.i: !&WDer. McKenzie Oertlag.

to the doctrines of the a special mass-the nuptial mass-be that prompts the step. ,.i. <\. C. W. Lamar.' ...... Alex McGowIn,
."atholic church, and it is doubtful I said at weddings and this function is Children and Divorce. .. J. R, Sat ader*, C. M. ov1ngton.Ac .

nhetnT any lecture ever delivered in I always: observed if the contracting I I "Now," safd the speaker, "let me a '

Pensacola excited ao much interest as:I parties! desire it. Why does the church look to the children and their rela.tion .- XAVIER SUTTON.dividual :<:ount. of Banks, Individuals, Corporation, and Firms SolIctedL
this which Marriage love institution of matrimony? Let 1 Fcuf per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposit
M! one. was 'j the to the question of div rce. No .
and Divorce" |. us look to its origin.; Matrimony did animal is snore helpless than the '-

Rev. Sutton first read a selection not spring from man. It had its be- human being. An animal or 'fish i may entreat for 'it, tte state appearance, he- took the young woman

from St. Luke bearing; on the subject ginning with the 'beginning of time newly born can learn to take care of ,even may countenance it. but GG".i.-- aside' and aske4 her what she meantby

)t nls- discourse and then requested as reckoned from the advent of the itself in a short time. but not so with has God been consulted? Ah ray.friesds bringing" drunken man to him for '
W. HYER. JR. V.-Pres. and Cuhla'TIIOS. ,
Th congregation to repeat the Lord's first human beings upon earth. After the children of men. These must be the purpose (If marriage.: "Weil!, WM II KNOWLES, President.I
nc. .
W. N. ROBERTS. Asst Cashier.of
oraypr and later to join In singing God had created man, He created also carefully nurtured and cared for for father che ..cald. "J, Jove him, and'- W. BRENT Asst. Cashier.

\= arer My God to Thee." Then hestated woman for that mans companion.. I years-until they are 16 or 18 y-3ars the l In feo-calld HIghSociety"in higher society; the 1 rud) he won't com when he's sober!" ,

that those desiring to receive I They were one. made so by their God.I II of age-not being competent to lookout divorreevil "reeks "And here, as anywhere "Why does the Catholic"church discourage -

instruction about. the entering of the the principals of toe first marriage. for themselves. Who are their else I understand why the marrying of Catholicsand : .' '
can gct
nurch (and It is understood the num- and that marriage performed by God] natural providers? Their ; ol pon. tb IlCIi't Simply becaus.
I I parents. w nan, shoUld'f6'? }the separation.; it would have the pair as an in',(ssolul -
'hf lecture, or call at the prket's 'rest.CnCe the warden of Eden. S'upp se, now, tIafatherand mother 6e1!;-tbTowlng(degradinydishonoririj asi (thfe-purlty that Jle l one',-a"happy: union. consideration If one! or.theothrbe I I First National : -


*nd 12 noon or :3: and 6 p. m., or at 7 noble purpose and'he blessad and hallowed Do' they' 'not remove the protection frcm Christ,. tim,3 down to -religion!--how what can of the.children. ?

'a die evening any day this weak. it, decreeing that it 'is the only which in all ,'justice to God- aDd man Lwther's.! A'h. the pity of the bad izedT Naturally' Then if the parents do dot agreCJt' \! Pensacola, Fla,
Rev. utton then proceeded to an- lawful state in which the human is due that child? Will.it not only be spirit that prompted! the parting from the mode, qf worship, progeny will

seer some very interesting questionswhich species may be propagated. cast aboute regard it lightly and perhaps drift

had been dropped In the box Gauss of'Divorce. because cf its parents wickedness, and. miserable consequences that' lollowej .

t bv non-Catholics. after which he "After ma .s 'fall, man's descendants -I too.: will its.::young heart not soon be, aQJ,the total 'disrs ard'of alf sense! of I further Citations away.were taken from the report DIRECTORS F. C. Brent W. A Blount! Wm H Knowlcs,
plunjrrd! into his subject with an earn- scalded with the sneers, and thrusts: decency and propriety thlt''reacbed: of a
holiness of Y. JL C. -canvassers D. G. Brent.
lost sight of the dignity and W. K Hyer Jr.,
'Stness! and clearness of logic that that of an ,unfeeling world? Is not this a its; height in j the hideous practices of largo city made to "determine the religious .
Man forgot
of marriage.
must have brought conviction to the \ ,sin-an act otlhe direst nature, considered .1 Henry VIII oIEntfaqd.a. i standing; of young men.' Trey
hearts woman was his'equal: lie Vlegradedher '. ."For divorqE:; IlJJ:' hes ers. came In
of many of his hearers. morally-a crime? ,: t thowethat 14 per cent of youths of
and began to take many wives. "Then the .\Yonan-let look tol with Protestantism .IMs' a product not church at
Concerns All Classes. us Catholic :parents were Bought and SoldWe
Exchange
trouble and tribulation and Domestic
Then commenced h-3r. When'sh wedded you. she .was Of .Pa amsm* It presage* the downfall tendants.'; while 64 per cent of cYl- Foreign
"The matter which I discussthis
to desire
am and. naturally enough a 'or it will npake her the
> woman: ;
i : belongsd Ivn'O
She mix'ed.rouriascs :
youthful and pretty. has boras den -of .
evening. began Rev. Sutton. "is for the privilege of casting off when tool, the plaything pf man. the victimof
children done 'her duty you'' church. '
one which concerns all classes of dictated: in short came your by : When he
pleasure EO -' his worst passions.: is :
well-
and her Creator, and the sacrifice hai> '"The; : .mtnac'e to the religious of Vessels disbursed upon the most
oeopte Divorce Is a most serious divorce. i I: through with one-even' now he may tzef.crI4 draw our own !Sills ExI|
'luesilon.! so serious indeed, that the, "Christ came to restore as far as," caused her hair to be streaked with do this: with the'skill of a 'good law-I ,being: is of- chUlr; n and'why hence-e to tiara change on Great Britain, Ireland f Favorable' Terms, and their obI!-

attention of our brightest intellects in t possible the former holy conditionsof gray and the blossoms to fi'iis frcrnt ytrhe will 'put a .a.y' his wife for a Catholics:'ons:uafD!season t wedlock with non- Germany, Francs. Austria, Italy, \t' flations taken payaple at Port of
r chet'ks. Age Is creeping on, nd,1: Russia.
c-glsative halls has been attracted to matrimony. He essayed to mako you'iger-not wife-1->woman. I sad! Rev. Sutton. I3r. Hollar-d. Sr-an, Belgium; t Destination Ten Days After vt*
Cat1oll
for relatively \ : s. and
some unimportant consideration
Denmark
"". with view "The Catholi i' Church raised Uorway Sweden, ,
a to formulating some the holdIng if ther
the laws purer and promptrd find fault with her., rage: haTsniCDt: crosses; and i sel Arrives there.
plan by which the evil may be circumvented marriage In the dignity of a you ,woman; it clings .to the ':admonition be not tie courage that: comes with other European countries.

or. at least shorn of many of sacrament. From hm! it received you quarrel with her, you cease to]r ot tie Lord-one ,.wife. -Barbarism: :' religion for barlL'5 them how can it ......- -
love her as you have promised God.j
rta most hideous swept over Western Darppe. and the
features. the full realization
special grace and You hie to the tarthly judges, submit:!church's w'!re hard' tried.!I eadure? '. in Connection with which we
Matrimony was instituted by God: of the admonition of 'love one an powers TIn :'BUdicnce then sang 'another Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent,
your caa and put away the wife 'of!, But it defended: her;. it held true to "
He is th* .to Thee,
Author and what is God
wonder other. He elevated the natural con- erse tf "Nearer My oJ Renters.
bosom the mother who travaiieV the for the use
j-cur God whether in case of high! or have a Private Department
tract-garbed it In religion and made end'elqwlyidWporSed.' t
.for your children the companion! end l the promise of
Kw "man, H saved ..Rev Sutton will speak to
it holy again. I II whom God joined with you. Oh, what her purity. Gladstone said the Catholic : -I To/nlgat Man Forgive
"Can
NO on
MORE DANDRUFF. church .looks to the ron-Citbolics
"The Catholic a picture of cruelty. : ,of injustice .of' :.Church deserved: the 'ccx>m :nda-I! ,
Newbro's I man and woman who take the marriage temerity of the wrath of heaven! 'I tion'of every honest. Goo-f ,aring rnau J Sns": : Savings Department-Interest Paid on Deposits at

Herpiolde Destroys the Pestiferous -I vow to rsalize.the inviolability "Marriage, holy: mar:iage.. is the for "having- stood by wccr.an in herbur HOSE '
Cause of ACCIDENT TO 4 cent annum. :
Annoying of its,Go l.made conditions Man-made rate of per per
of
mainstay society, guarantor of humanity's of Dandruff. laws with regard to it are unavailingfor t-xistence.! If it be kept, married min has no fig'- t to regard from the fire -
Does your head itch? Is your coator instituted it :and voiced: \Vb1tet1rrulng' yesterday .
God has other than his wife 1 ,
dress whole andpure, so will society bs any wmran afjernoon an accHent! occurred -,- --
diwsing full of white flakes: after the stipulations! '; and once the con kept; tha proportion of divorces wi'l! !: ia the .sense of love.; The church.!i' to hpse .wagon No. 4. which will :Jceeji
hair
jour ? That's tho effect '
or dandruff tract lie road between two souls! !, be reflected In a like ratio of maace t seakin: far God says the man is to ttat: ; .cornpanr out 6t service for a few t'UliIP&lIT.. T. K.: WKLLE9. Vics-1'szsiDasT.
Is your hair thinning never can it be severed." to society's well-being.; j level' but his wf; ('. afad the wife bather UILTON GREEN. AN3FIKLD)MoaIaoAsarcaszsR
Are C.uHIJ
you beginning bald in dars-- ; R.U.BCSHNELL.
to get The speaker grew eloquent appeal Evil of :husband. ThaI. love, should be ; the
'rots? Are011 Divorce. j I Opetf.the horses balked on r- Bank
in fact
becoming bald arready.? If that Is, rapidly the- Ing. forceful'and convincing as he repeated "How many hoores has the; evil dl-i! j testing tb?-union as long as life lasts.' turn trip and w t'n'the men endeavorSed Citizens National ,
so. in which all true not commit adultery and
the words Into !'Thou shalt animal reared FIcriSs.lDtrooaara..
effect of a measly little parasite that vorce stepped and broken up?i tf make jt-pnll-thcr of PCOMCO!
Catholics devoutedly beliave: number is ,\Vhat God has joined together let: the poleat .
burrows The. truly alarmjng. 'ur.1 &nd. ffll: striking wagon : :
in at the root of the hair ** up _
and throws up the scalp in dantfruft .. 'And what God hath ,Joined together ing the past 20 years it reached: 'the' not pan put asundeYCaution / _____ ,-:' 'breaking it. It '.'Bi! late in the Geo.W Wright," UorrUtf?. r.,1'HUtoa Greea.. E.WelUixM .
and rats the 'hair off at the FOOL l let no man put asundtr/ terrible total of 700,000 in the UnUcd, l J Young People.Wb night bsforo! tUe men with the broken R 1tlluo.. .
Science's" latest discovery is a de- "It is not man .that joins your lives States. For 1901, Its total: was 60,000; priests cautica: young people: I wagon reached' the truck house. A Ef'iSRV! BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

royr of that pestiferous That your hearts your souls," he cried. fer-120,000 Human bjir.Us torn asundsti,: who are about: to enter Into matrl- '.'-
gsrm. ---- -- -- '- --
destroyer is contained in no ,other vently. "t'. Is.God-God- The Giverof by man-made laws in contemci'of!I r'onr, advising tim to consider and! j ...,... -
flair all good, the omniscient, omnip; the pledge 'till iiaath:I da: us part/ } that'a sultable,selecton: maybe
preparation on earth, but New- has'. "The dear frends! I )have cars so .. ... .6..0+...................
"ro's Herpicide. it and, become tent God-He it Is who stfbishpd man. my ; 1 jpade. We say to the man: You ..O.I..Q.....
Try .
onvinced. A delightful dressing. For ag a holy bond between you matrimony not forgot him:' He was deeply '101 I I want a..wife-not a dressmaker's r:1I ;::: j. g.REESE: esJdent.-/ E. W. MENEFEK. Cubler.IV J
:
;
**le by TV. A. D'Alemberte drupgist"nd an-) that' bond Is nereto be [love with his wife 'wlnn they left the I tlenl\ nor a dall-' but a real lovcable -CART.. Vice-Presldent. ; ;

apothecary, 121 South, Paiafox"deet severed Rave by the God and then (altar hut. mean,' i1e.. the novelty baa j i wife But we snf. ht as well 'save ourbrea'th I TflPOPLL'SBANKOFPNSACOLA. : :
worn off, things have down toI ,
( through death. i come I for If that man's id a .is set.
for
or send lOc in
stamps i
':un ple to the Herpicide Co.. Detroit, "St. Luke," continued' Rev. Sutton. I a sort' of gncJing basis and mayhap'' that', Eftj'es: it. Mayhap\ he sees her 1" Directors-L. J. Reeves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler R. M. Ca'. % I J |
Vlch "says if a man put,away, his wife and,"|Mr Man envies hs cpopinions; snU. : !IT. tbe evening, "at her best: never in!I I food.GrapeNuts. I I W. A. D'Alemberte. T. A. Jennings. < >

i: the ''rrornJng: when she _arises. Hy J TRANSACTS A' GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.t '
= .. ,.,..., ''
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--- oh what a cloud IS RESPECTFULLY .
-- ---"---- arriea her-and. YOUR ACCOUNT
... -,- -, darkens, his sky., Tie graveyards arui I I .................................. .. .. ....f..

i: ful l1] of such" young men-they. diea)'of I

tcdljcstlon.
NOT COMPLETE i! The speaker, then offered some very I It SUPPLY IN.
THE HOME IS
I good< advice to youths seeking a part

ner In' life Then'J a leasou." :R. 1\1.1:. CJ.A.R ..
t "J'net now for the bachelors. How .
PIANO. many, of. them there are! And, whatI ltead'ilt BoidtoW UYiD."in Jkgs..T ? Wbele. l and Retail
A
WITHOUT .. ...'.". : :, I cotc?tted let! Why, practically SteamD mcstiAflthraC1tC; COAL
al! believe they can have their pick: Blacksmith

Our prices are so moderate and our terms so easy? ", t I of the girls-if they 'give the womeiiit .,,-.,...... -<.. --' .... and 33. '
t chance the.'fair dears will jump atj i I Office-No. a South .Palafaj street. Telephone,

that ., .;: l:; I h'1 .* TI rerrrsmber' one such who was a Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez stneets.---Phones- 4) and 31%

*1tht- Receiver of a s?sniflcant hint. Anj -'--' -

EVERY HOME CAN HAVE :A PIANO. ;. f? : ?: t j!other passel of the seine young time women.married.with whomhe and t| I I:i -- ..,-- -,- .....'.

for > the bachelor was ,warn d that hs -
Kranich & Bach, Lester and Clutter Pianos, noted' ". ; 'posfi!>Utes\! '' were. reduced one* ONE 1

L worth and beauty. .Tfcat's all!) righC. he replIed! "there's.. DOORS WINDOW GLASS
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their genuine : Just: as gOod tlslr in the Sea as 'ever1 I SHINGLES; SASH, ,

--- i were ca\t ::tt".. 'Y( ." came the 'repl:" MATERIAL.
114-I1GS.PaIafox St ; 'bu. J'puUet look out- that.the bait, (lon't I FiA1CES BUILDING.

o dest and Largest House PhonelSPENSACOLA stale!" DeSILVA & CO.r
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Music House Clutter Music '")len' of marriageable ate' ought to I I Phole.! J. )
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Florida .i warp;, thtyli be better satisfied with

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Heard- and Done 'Among Those Who Go. Come LIVES" DEARER THAN.OUR VERY OWN

and Tarry---Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. \ Men I V' 'It 7a tf d ;t HH :':'ioI been
; ; How:3>anv Hve dealer to us than our very own have placed in needl ?

i .. leopard?by faitore! to preside against and: forestall the great suffering which too.
; By E. NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 t ,' *_ t I A month ;frequently accompamea'aud: follows thibeating of children f That we would do
-= I ','fd'smen. ', had passed. The season I anythingnthin.our power to obviate the possibility of such an happening j fa
usually 'tbebest
are ; 3a8 drawing to close. I had madeno
a well this
mark
I ; to admit of question; therefore- fact-a liniment,
If you, live here. fh rDays progress,\Miss Winston met me on too patent

: AN AND UNEXPECTED j I Merge I supply provided for th Christ' you live, well. the ground of easy comradeship which MOTHER'S FRIEND
i ROMANTIC \
MARRIAGE. [I mas trade. One of the most 'attractive obtained at the where
: Springs,
T An every been devised,, whose function it is.t in advance
unexpected and sqmeuhat ro piings of her exhibit I a hand body was dependent everybody by name, has ? prepare the
mantic marriage at the union S upon and tissues ,intimately lat with parturition.This .
occurrea': ; carve! oak chest for linen; on the muscles "
\ the Best else for companionship: and entertainment is for, external By its use the
depot yesterday morning when :Mr. shop wall tangs. a beautiful cabinet Only B7 Lowell Otus Ree o liniment application. parts are relaxed
S Ctiaa. Covington and Miss Stella of 'hand-carved black walnut and I : but the sweet familiarity which and enak'ed to withstand not only the actual strain brought to bear on teem

Dansby" two well-known young people there are bad come'so naturally those first three : durin" ac ouchemtnt, but also to rally from this- rdeal and speedily regai. their
numerous plate racks
of this city, were united in marriage: catchalls looking not unlike cars'ed teakwood of everything'iii: .: ,served I S Copyright 1905..by Lowell Otus Reese i days upon the rock seemed, viewed InS normal pr>portions and tonidty. It is not irritating to the most sensitive sur.

d Just before the 7:10 train pulled out. pedestals, and trays, tobacco here ,and I-n, the most 'the light of the present situation, _as faces,and is appliable to all cases. It's not enough to call it Mother's Friend,

. S : This unique plan of marrying was Jars and platters. A card tray, cut pleasing mannerS a thing I must have dreamed. about. ,it's the M!ad of the whole,family. 81.00 all druggets. Book Motherhood fc e.mADFIZLD .

is. evidently the Idea of the young peo- and carved from a solid' block o. Our acquaintance began In a manner but never could have been. REOULATOR 00., Atlanta, Oa.it .
JffmS". pie themselves, for no one else seems Circassian 5--''- -'----
walnut Is one of the treasures most unique. I And still the'Englishman.persisted. -
to have known of it to its :
previous of
: the shop' which also containsa High up S. occnrance. The ceremony was performed "
collection of
fine brass and
. g ; by Rev. P. H. Whaley. who jardinieres copper shaded by a live oak. For a .wall wandering aimlessly among the -- "-

,# was summoned there just before of beaten,copper trays and with cups.an One artistK.tray Kandy Kitchen Cafe. month it had been my custom to sit j live, oaks on the opposite side of the ..........'... ...,.............................. ......i"I'd

i S train time and asked to officiate. He Coral: border shows soma of the most upon this r'k'through the warmest I I canyon "when. happening to glance I If t tf : .

-,. was Informed by the young people beautiful colorings piece of part,of the I had f across, I saw: the flutter of a skirt,on "
any day sketching. established -
< that the young> lady was over age and raetal ever brought to Nashville. 104 S.Palafor. Phone 999 possession by right of pre j the trail leading up to the rock. I drew f Leave My Happy Home for You i

:. that tha young man was 22 j"ea -old. There are silver porringers, silver emption. ; out my field glasses and trained themon ,

t ; It develops, however, tnat the young trays bowls anil in exclusive the figure ascending tbe familiar
roan is not but :Mr. cups So it came in the nature of a shockwhen : Maiden to Her Lover :
quite 20. Whaley Quoth the ,
S shapes that could not be duplicated' : ; I, j trail It was she! ,I watched her climbIng .
did not know this when he performed! here. advantage climbed to my usual vantage "
the ceremony. The newly married to The of being able point and found ensconced in my fa- : with furtive downward glances ij "If You Will Furnish t lift House." i
'get silver Watch
S ,, a piece of hand-wrought For Expert Repairing and l I The mystery was solved at last. Keg-[
couple left immediately on the :Mobile node in the home market is a fact I vorite position on my rock a girL j 4 5 6
J I i nlai'ly all these unhappy days I bad I
train. I Engraving to S I was also I
full of go indignant, disappointed.I
appeal for the artistic buyer. E'
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The groom is the son of Mr. C. I.I|!I In the line of ornaments Mrs. felt much as Izaak Walton might i' been missing' her. She must have been Marston & Quina win furnish the Furniture. Mattings.

IS Covington and the bride 'a very popular Wright's shop contains some ex j J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler I have felt when he found an Interloper i'I! going: up there all fhese days waiting i S Stove Etc. and W9 can pay later. "Now aren't they' just: 6

i young lady who was formsrly quisita specimens of antique jewelry, ,. fishing hit favorite pool. This 'was a always for me to come down. i ii j : lovely Bedroom Suits $!O.OO to $17500; Chairs ?3c :
cashier at Woo Johnson & Son's. belt buckles fobs necklaces the i i i Blindnigc' filled my be rt. 'I would i to $t.iO. .
and 213 South Palahx Street.I : most presumptuous young person. I :
.
They were married without the knowledge 1 |
intricate and painstaking process byvrhich "Ahemr! I go up there rand face her with her :

i.. either or consent of the parents of they are made adding to their I The Latest Designs in Watches I II half turned remarked.She and made a slight I guilt! I wo-ld reproach her and make I> f'

one. value. A line of beautiful opera bags bow. 1! her see the enormity of lien offense! i MARSTON&QU1NA, i
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t made of selected silks from the eastern and Jewelry." ': All this time I was: plunging! across I : .

S MRS. VI|' TOR LOMER'SDEATH : markets composes another fascinating -I "The view is something tremendous the'canyou and up the trail.' I would 108410" S.- Pafafox-St; Phone 148 Pensacola Fla.
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exhibit of tbe shop. Mrs. from here, I observed. further. '! t '
.5 I show her Just how far she could go in
night Mrs.for Oliver Mobile Bronnum, tailed there left Monday by thiS Wright is also agent for the rare Teoo I The Latest 'Fad.I I "Very." she agreed.. I breaking a loving heart I would .. ......... ........ .......................
and Sophie Newcomb potternes. front "I come here every day I panted AS
death of her sister-in-law Mrs.'Ic. BEAUTIFUL COLLARS S: Then as I found I was nearly halfway
both of which she exhibits some S I sat down conventionally near. "I
tor Lamer who died in a sanitarium ; S'iu the .most exqu5sit3 designs for ; I Ir j lip the trail I l lost! my ,nerve and PHO/VC 133.
shadesIn "
:Monday afternoon. I charming specimens. Candle Ladies and Misses: from, JOc to I i,r have done to for a month ,( decided to walt and meet her casually S
brass
.Mrs. Lomer was a sister-in-law of and silver, and lovely em-'I $1.69 each "Oh, perhaps ;you would rather 1"- ,!' she down. I tired
broidered table cloths are only a few as came was anyway -
I "By no means:rJ.exclaimed. "The NEW LAUNDRY
:Mrs. Lomer and both ladies
Henry cff the aaUitlonal: lines of Irs.'fighl"i Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery ; I sat down in tbe shadow of ,a METHOD
hiveisited in this city where they i view is much better"5
'\ handicraft. I great rock which projected from the
No. 11 E. Intendencla St.
well known and the friend' She froze thed she laughed. We
me
are !
many ;
,r ,' A feature of a visit to hc shop is I hllHde. I lit my pipe and wondered
of the families will learn of the ;sad', the working den in which all these I were friends by 'the divine instinct i why minutes didn't pass more'swiftly.: f. W. 14tVIr/VCr./ Pr*,rf *or. Va 8 Wtt: Ro-mtm SI. PentacolM. FIi ,
I '
went with
sorrow. } which tells whom we are
'beautiful thi&ga are ,made. One be- Mr. Brown .practically monopolize unerringly i Certainly she had been there ages. I -...---- -- .

CRAFT SHOP OF-*- lieves! in their honest value when he: jour society for a year, and now, have- !S: going I'was to like or hate. put.rny pipe away. And< then-' t 1-i'if if ;t-;: i i M $ $i V ? $X ,.;;)
]looks at the great sheets of copper scarcely oth r callers. Has he:: glad she had jumpcd'mJ"claim, I
I any There she stood In the trail, looking 1 1I *
: GIFTED MRS. WRIGHT. I '
and silver: the boxes of jewels, ami ever given )'OU to understand that his : for she was. very pretty, and her eyes at me'with gleam In her> which i iI
. S Many Pensacolians will be interested the wood and leather composing the intentions are serious : were the kind that send. 'a 'thrill! .I I a eye R REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO.
confused for I didn't koo"what
me: ;
f In the following appreciative I raw materials from which the work is "No he hasn't said anything but:i through your whole being, and you I .
account of the accomplishment of a tisnioneiL Quito a number of visitors I Know they are." I wonder if you are gohig to live through It meant. 1 had caught it from'timeto
'
the shop Mrs. I time all along: the way of tribulation ;1t 11 N. Palafox Street. ;;t
lady well known as a former resident saw on Thursday. "How can you know it, if he ha< Tyree Rodes and Mrs. Norman Kirk- S I I had traveled for over a month.
of this
S city. Mrs.Vrr.bt is the said nothing?
daughter of Mrs. McIntyre of 301 man assisted:: the hostess, and. light I The girl smiled. That was. the first day.. "Why didn't you come np. Mr. i BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHES.
S S C S SIt
"West Chase street and their many t refreshments were served giving the "Well" shg said, "you Know he Is a I I I Blake?" she Inquired. "The view was: -

:friends will be pleased to read the occasion, a pleasant social flavor lawyer, and lawIers always com.mcnce was three days'after.. excellent today" We have just received a full line of samples for SPRING AND *

fallowing from the Nashvilla American --6- a contract wIth 'Know all men I t "Why didn't you ,wait for mer I Waa she mocking me? I started to ," SUMMER SUITS. *

: His Trial Trip in Gotham. *y these presents'."-Harper's Week.Basked as I climbed"'over the rock' ) and'thre say something when from above camea We extend a cordial: invitation to our friends to call and examine *;
In Belmont Circle the residences W. Trox Bankston editor of The '
among Iy myself down beside.her./, terrific roar, and glancing up I saw' same S
that have stood there longest!!: New' South, of IUn &oId, Ga., tells 4 wide in a Club. '
1 I She opened her brown eyes a huge stone, loosened by some careless Gentlemen's. Pressing Dues $1.50 to $2.:>0. .
dwells a middle-aged woman. Mrs. story of 1116 first and only experienceas The Catholic Knights and Ladiea I wonderful assumption of surprise. E. L. REESE, *
l ,down
Katherine ,P. Wright who operateslImited i. !! a newspaper writer in New York. ; will entertain their friends Thursday climber no doubt plunging *
J.
S MENDEL.
"How did I know, were coming .
and miniature edition of the "One day there" was a terrible stormin i night with, euchre in their hall on' ehe asked. you' the slope.: Miss Winston saw It coming : f *S******** ; *5? *2S7 J?* Sv i
Roycroft Shop of National famo. Although ths harbor he says, 'and I -was East: Intendencra btrejt and, the occasion : iIx and give a stifled:! cry, which was

maH. It is perfect in the sent out to cover one end of it. In I is looked forward to with.great. I was amazed at th?,nerve of her. ,As smotlIt'-red,Ilgain t my breast, for I bad

; quality of its output, and the few my storyI Said that 'the clashing of I anticipations. though I could have kept away! ,As caught her from the trail and flung

5, Nashville people who know about it the waveswas simply indescribable.? though the combined police forces of her behind the ledge, jamming her New Crop Cane SyrupPut

enjoy It thoroughly.; : An opportunity\ "The city editor called me in. The Ne3hborhood Euchre was two continents could have kept me fiercely against the ground as the fly-

,was 'given to a large number to,see its 'What do you mean by simply inde- charmingly entertained Saturday sway! This girl must be disciplined."Of lag monster roared over our heads and

tofauties on Thursday afternoon, echibable: ?' he asked. n'eht! by Mr and Mrs, George P. courseyou know," I, said confi down the canyon side, crashing, trees : in all size -
"' packages
t when tbe gifted owner gave a fall 1 mean, I said: 'that it was simply Wentwortb. on the occasion of the dently. up
and stones as It went, till a few iwc-
owning to exhibit her work. indescribable on a salary of fifteen first meeting of the season. The club '
She looked at me''and: I felt heart
my ends later it struck the bottom of the
; The place Is a small edition de lux? dollars a week. 1 will meet this week with Mrs.: Fer-
! of the great. craft shops of the East "I ought to have ;got fired, but I got. nald. turn to water. Still persisted, where abyss with a !long thunderous crash' WRITE; FOR PRICES ,

. and north. Mrs. Wright studied for a raise instead.-Judge. I + a wise man would bifve turned the conversation -'.: that echoed up and down the river like

. several years at the Pratt Institute in Mr. and Mrs. Willie L. :Johnson of swiftly to the weather or. the a mighty explosion.:: Then all was-still.

: New York, and perfected herself In She Knew. I 201 West Chase, are the proud parents view. "You knew I'd'been coming every I turned to the figure .In my arms. Supt. Stores, Southern States lumber Company

many branches of handicraft. Since A young lawyer had become very ,and' Mr., and Mrs. George John-:! day for a'monthtyou'knew usually She was occupying,:: exactly ,the same

SI then, she has traveled and studied extensively much attached to a certain :young'I son the proud grandparents of a 1' came up about' : this time.' You: position as when I flung: her behind the PENSACOLA FLORIDA

S With a natural! love for! worn-an. who was somewhat celebrated i pretty baby girl who arrived Sunday knew-then why' didn't you allow me I ledge, with her bead in the hollow of .
the work, she has perfected herself among her friends for her repartee mornin's.: S to accompany you"-:* ------ "
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arm. -
my
technically until her art has reachea1n. ; The" only obstacle In the pathway: of "
i I She "I'm not coming'
rose. any more "Are hurt '
? I asked
S point of excellence: where it now ) the young man was his exceeding shyness :Mrs. C. J. Adams returned S last, she said. you anxiously. STAGECOACH RINGC. L. McVOY
commands a ready sale in the most, for while always:! in cozaznana': ; of evening from Baltimore. 'S She shook her bead ever so slightly and
I to rot f eerra tr t.'Don' r Phone;:. Take
I' !sprang kept her face hidden'agamst advantage of Meat being
exclusive] markets of New York. i himself in the court-room he became 4 my coatMy ,
Tile First American LineV na.I. I chrap. Western meats a upecialtyDe
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S Her work i includes many \aritles o:' almost speechless in the presence of Mrs. Ernest Ellis of Greenville 5, I pleaded. "I' wantyon. to stay I"- heart began to beat with a tumultof New Jersejr'In 1744. livered to anT part of tbe rttj.

t S hand carving, handmade copper and : his adored one. As one method of Ala., a niece of Mr. :John Woo' is vis She kept her face'nverte& though I bope. "Look at me!" I commanded.

: silver jardinieres,,bowls, trays and an-) showing his devotion it was his custom Jting :kiss Chaffee and Mrs, John could see that Ler ch'eeks were hot'and She raised her face, but her eyes As public ,conveyances or the etage-' .

: tlque Jewelry; ,beautiful work iu< to sho\\er: ft is inamorita( with She to. the flushed. "Goodby" she said, and was I,r were averted. ,She coach had been in vogue in England 1
Creary. expects spena1 peered over my ...... ... .......
establishment of similar
: tooled leather, brass and oihT ait'. piesents. gone. since 1610 the a
:
vrinter in the city. shoulder at the depths below. "Is-is It
: materials. A look] into :Mrs.Vnight's j The young ladj's mother, being far I The sun suddenly turned to ink. coming, back I wonder"- she began convenience was demanded In

shop reveals a bewildering array of' from satisfied with the status of the I The inability to distinguish fame Where a moment befare hid been a S and tbe words were stifled, for coal America many years before the war

", I. S rare: and unusual things. Just, now case broached the subject. from notoriety inspire stp?ople, to Illumined Finest
; the: has 5'on hand an exceptionally! I "My dear" 'she said, "you have let I queer things but none so :far this!S was 'a howling wilderness, and I was ty of suddenly my blessed fortune with, and the Hdssed sure therefore, a I stage line started to run

iU 5 year has quite equaled the ambition I i I tempted to jump off the rock and butt the red between New Brunswick; and Trenton '
of a New Yorker who, clad Jo,an ,or-1!! my empty Lead against the river bed lips wondering mightily however X. J.. and by 1750 this route had been FlavoredCANE

7//e Journal's Daily Fashion Feature dinary bathing suit gratified his de-I i SCO feet below. I longed to be a boy long. I bad .done without. them for so extended over from New Yort to Phil 'i i ii
sire to bd the first to dip in <
I again that ,I might go down and fight And that a. Moreover as in England so
ocean1' in 1906. It is pleasant to leant was the fourth day.
that be "came out shivering, his teeth i i the first' kid I ran across. in America, the advent of the stagecoach : Florida J Ji.

This was the second day. necessitated marked improve- i
chattering and almost stiff, and probably "I suffered: habitually from consti
; r S S ments in the highways, while the building .
was, a complete "stiff"T shortl/I S. S S S S pation. ,Doan's Regulets relieved and

thereafter ". S I The next Saturday night there was a' strengthened the bowels, so that they of betterroads and turnpikes.nat

-. S I quiet dance In the assembly room of have been regular ever since.-A. E. urally created ,a greater demand for: ii SYRUP- i

Miss Stella Andrews spent Sun !a.t I this famous resort between the high Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, TeLl more coaches, .and, what was more to -

vith Barren Mrs. Judge McMillan in Pine- !i walls of the'Matilija canyon.: I saw my "I the purpose lighter vehicles. In 1771 'r'I i

i chance to redeem myself. ,I would there' were but thirty-eight conveyances "I
.- S dance with her and make of every description in the city
The New City Flinch Club met my peace !
Tuesday afterrecon with lira. C, J. while she was BO close she would be of Philadelphia, but by 1794 their number I: Hew Process

Oerting. After the Interesting game compelled to listen for all the week she had increased to S27.' more than '' !

ghtful srame a delicious course luncheon. -, bad seemed unaware of' my existence.It l 1SEEDS 1 1WHICH two-thirds of which-were comparatively ',ii Steam Evaporated i
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The club will meet with.., MrsC. was an Informal affair-a country light: vehicles, a condition \vhlcfc led !

J. Levey next week. dance, sans cards" and ceremony.- I approached : one of the local papers to publish' i t 5 : .6I.

; 4 S the group where Miss Win- : most deprecatory article concerning the i i'I. 6

The Afternoon Euchre hrid, its first stan was chatting brightly with a gait I use of conveyances, in which it wat :'I. GUARANTEED f
meeting of the season Tuesday with ; I the of '' .
stocking Englishman and a Boston stated that custom riding was
Mrs. John E. 'Stillman. After a delightful
magnate. Miss Winston saw me coming then being ,carried to such extrava I:: : ABSOLUTELY :
a delicious course luncheon -
: game
-I knew she did. She looked I gance that <'!'even farmers want car- i
was served. The !
charmingly
next meeting will' be ,With Mrs. John through and beyond-far beyond me I SUCCEED f lCS."-Metropolitan .Magazine.A [ PURE :
I
ilS Avery. S felt like a perambulating piece of thin 9
i
glass which a breath of hers might : "u .
S
Mrs. E. J. Wilson has returned to shatter. Cheerful Brel.f.it. Crown Brand"
her home in iPensacola after a' short 1 J !
1f stopped suddenly. Of course that When You It may: be almost said as goes breakfast
( I '5S visit to Mrs. Fournier' -Mobile Her was It! We had not been properly Buy, so goes the day. The appearanceof .

I 5, ald. S S "presented." What a chump I was. I Get the Best.. the breakfast table has power for j. :.

S : tNc : J' Goes twice as far: Blue Ribbon ought who diligently for Bobby Jellnskl. It's the Cheapest in the End. good or ill over the appetite. It Is not : : -THE- 4
; Vanilla Extract is absolutely pure and knew everybody.! I didn't find him. ; BO much the kind of food placed beforene

half The band struck up and I saw her go as it Is the in which. It Is
so highly concentrated that only 1 way i Florida Mills.
!
the usual quantity is required to produce gliding away with the Englishman served that makes {It Inviting or unluTiling. Syrup :

perefct results. his'golf stockings' flashing among the I So, too, it makes a vast deal of.
.5 f dancers like two, variegated comets Landreth'sNew difference whether one sits down to ,: BrcEdview Ercving Stztioo, :

FUNERAL NOTICE.. running amuck along the heavens of. a breakfast: in a thankful pleasant frame '1 + 6.

bright night. of mind or in a moody and fault findIng i I. 25C
The of C. Jones, S And Quart Bottle J
funeral' Mrs: Emily this was my luck all through BreAkfast should be eaten ,

T1e of 'Boykin Uones who, passed the evening. !Try as I would. I got'no amid spirit.smiles and 'cheery conversation. : 1-2 gal. Cans, f 4CC :

away Christ Tuesday Church, Thursday will be held aomingt ai tew dance from,her. I managed to say a Crop Bright looks and merry words are oust I: Gal. Cans, x x x 75c \
words wbil .she I
was waiting for .
:
J.- at 10:30: o'clock. Interment in SLJohn's ,! her mother S r excellent appetizers and digesters, bet ,I. S.. S S .
,
: WhO was struggling witha .
cemetery. I ter tonics than any apothecary can rec
Mexican: mantilla. I gathered that It ommend. Xor l If I. .
It can be helped. isone's
was a fine night and that she had enjoyed Just Received. I. .
breakfast to be eaten hurriedly.
her dance immensely, and, yea, I : BY :
'. REGULAR California moonlight was far superior; rt Is much wiser to abridge tbe morning FOR SALE GET

.J EVENINGDANCE to anything she bad ever aeen. and then nap than to abridge the morning .
WEDNESDAY meaL If want to be' .
she you a pessimist;
waa gone with the Englishman '
5 : pompously ettortiag ber. and win the reputation of a chronic ii SolCahn&CoThe C !
A SMALL MIDSHIPMAN. growler on tbe .
t "What's the matter with you any A. D'Alemberte.Druggist you are right road to

I"t' !A,: trifle o! novelty is offered in the knot is in strongT' >lack surah silk. Tbe S -by theMOTO&MEN !-*- way?" demanded Bobby JeUoskL. who .W success.to breakfast A generous If time half,well hour spent devoted Eat I: Pure Food Store, :.
at the h&d'
the yoke trousers are Jaced in. the back as in : eleventh hour 'presented 4
in
: fclouse of this middy suit aDd
AND CONDUCTORS i i Apathsczry, leisurely and not too heartily and
me. you Center: Palates! sad :istendescL! :
bell South cst
: that Is made to accommodate a the marine model, and l at the an. I 2
f ,top At their hall on West'Government Si..t}r "Bobby," I said savagely, "will you 109. will be stronger audLappl for It ah C
kle quite like those of the merchant Telephone:; .
al.
pocket on either side of the front the day. The art of i. 4178 0
J. ( breakfasting rightly !
the small sailor. Black! silk socks and shIne Barrios four-piece Orchestra, will kindly go to blaze a few tImes and Phones ,4fSO .

t I r_ :boy,xa>s a White velcome serge feature is trimmed to with leather pomps' are ''worn with the furnish Music, < i'I stay there T* !121 I South Pilafu Street, J Ji' Is one of the distinguishing marks of I. :

? t the characteristic sailor WI" suit. Admission, 25, Ladie-re i I And this was the third day, ' higher civilization.S J .. .. ..- \+
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FORTUNES ABOUT', I .-'.. ,..01 ;;:



Have You Ever ReaDly Coisidered -IN PROPERTY; A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. ":

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REAL ESTATE $2S,500.00-0ne of the most valuable pieces of property In the city
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REAL ESTATE OWNERSHIP AS on a corner and fronting 3 streets (260x240).

arc made more often than any other $.ooo.Co-New two story brick building on Garden street. near Pal
way. You can make a small fortune We would like to have consigneJ to afox. with lot 92 feet front Quick sale.

AN INVESTMENT? by Investing; in lots on' East Hill at $50 'us for sale several nice cottages and' $12SOO.OO-Larga 3-story brick building near business\ center. A
vacant lots. Can sell at: once if where
good Interest
and $60
lot. payer.
per Buy these lots at
,' $1.00 casa and 50c 'per week. They wanted: ,and right rprice:% I, $7500.00-Desirable building lot. near business center on corner (:(5
feet by 192 feet .
)
; will be worth from $100, to J125 In .,....
,. ".', 5.J; ; f, two years and It will take you that' --- -- $6000.00-Improved property near Palafox street property paying

In almost every important consideWtion' ie; is far and long to pay for them.' No taxes or interest We have a customer who'wants a I about: 12: >er cent. We consider this a bargain.
i!' $3500.00Largestory dwelling on West 11111; good neIghborhood
way ahead of any other form 'of investment can HOMES. nice home in some good'section, North with 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot $0 .by ISO feet.
you Lot must be well elevated
Hill preferred. :
:5 Our Rental Department is given special attention and our lists
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room house W.' Gregory....$ 850
choose. It is absolutely safe because it can't run away, 10.room house. N. Baylen.....4500 and two-story--housc.: modern::I SelfPreservationIs of stores offices 'and dwellings contain locations in all parts of too
S-ro.'Mn all modern conveniences. v-1 -" J city. ,Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading
be stolen from you or decrease house East i I .. the first law of nature" It's aptly
In foreign and American from
value, > companies can fully protect you the fire
lull! .. .. .. . .. .. .. .1503 I
-;--. 1 1I I applied, to? the insurance business. fiend. Loans, in any amounts made on real estate and on short no-
I, FOR RENT. i i I i Those who !insure want absolute security tice.
6-room house, near depot..,,?.. .$16 Splendid little house with two lots. .'. Sorne get It, others don't.
6-room house. 218 E. Intendencia. 15 Taka a' ride on East Hill:car'line and CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR
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Warehouse. Cushman's Alley.... 15 you wi'I sen it on in'Side'of\thc curve' An Insurance Policy

IC-room house N. Bajlen......... 35RENTS at 13th street and 16th Avenue. Price. MONEY.HOOTON
1l11SaCOna Investment Coo COLLECTED. $1800. .<; <'<. issued' from our 'otft e''m kes you as & WATSON

MONEY'LOANED.. .,. secure ,as a ,government bond. '

I FOR, ,RENT. A 'risky policy may cost a shade I I Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Co.

a. H. D'MLEMBERTE. City Manager. No. 11 E. LaRua street..........$11 less, but fy won't' ,give' as. peacfulsleep. No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING[ REAL ESTATE DEALERS.

No. 13 E. LaRua street..... .....$10 J I I

c. KNOWLIS, President 1L B. SIMPSON Sterility.KNOWL'S LESLIE E. BROOKS :No. :307 W. Chase Rtret..,......$20 Before insuring see us. J j l

J.E. STILLMAN, V.-Fm. and Gen. Manser. BY!!. T easur.r.I 204l, S. Palafox St. Fisher Building.'. McDavid-Hyer Company -- -, ---- -,- -_.
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Real Estate, Loans, General fnveatmenfo. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL Agents New York %xVTh"y Not Have a KING & RUMYA\

For Sale.FOR ESTATE.FIRE Life Insurance Company. Agents for the

I 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola! Florida. 8 E. Government Street. Home of Your Own?
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SALE.-Full ,blood Barred Plymouth INSURANCE.:' Phone 700. Pensacola Fla. Wolverine Marine Engine
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Reck. White Rock Fisher I r
Streign and Brown Leghorn Fowels. Also

---- -----------' Eggs per seating of ((15)) 100. For APPLY YOUR RENT MONEY TO

further Information address'Pijmouth[ !r ." Board and Rooms.FOR ITS PAYMENT. HERE'S The Recycle

Rock Poultry Farm. J. J. Pope,. Prop., ,

WANTED', "I I ;HELP WANTED L. Box 8.. .Bristol, _--Fla, 7janlm L S. BROWN &' CO. RENT:.....Two furnished! rooms in YOUR CHANCE. We carry a Full Line of

-" I a comfortable house situated in a I Cottage. 5 large rooms and bath General Goods
FOR SALE. -Limited number Fishels Sporting
: Thiesen
\\.\TEI-t -Good horse and buggy for WANTED-Good nurse. Apply at Building large yard in which is growing largo in a desirable location N. Hayne
White Plymouth $1
Rock Cockerels
.."h Mobile Loan Co. 10jan2t 1006 North Baylen street, JaI IO to $1.50 each.' Thoroughbred from shade 'trees-oak, cedar magnolia.The .I street, for quick sale.$1875House 506 S. Palafox St.

t\ .\N: I ED.--The public to know that- prize winners. Fresh and poultry -,. very place to rest and be at case.I containing eight large
eggs
be bought at WANTED-Young man as stenographer Two blocks from the line. In the bath, electric lights
CliO newspapers can !I always In stock. Ed M. Pooley. D. HALE WILSON & CO. car: : rooms !,
tnis! offl< P for five cents a bundle. They: and to assist in office work. Give, ,Jackson St. Phone 1121. city: just away from 'the noise and: etc., N. Hayne street..... .....$325 Professional

Ire all clean and nice. I references and state salary expected.!r917'E.w. bustle of the crowded mart. Call or: FOR Directory
RENT.
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I REAL ESTATE
\CM ED-The letter T.out of Address P. O. Box 174 Pensacola,! address.. 70S.E. Cervantes street. I' '
Fla-
Scotch Oats. WMl pay one dollar, lOjan. FOR SALE CIIEAt'-One: 25x5 ft. lOjanlw Five-room coltage'near car line.E. PATTILLO CAMPBELL,

same Apply to T. F. Westmark.1 launch 'with 4-horse power engine.In RENTS ANDLOANSWe DcLccu....................$8.00
lor at' Roberts store. 12: Dec.imo'I IANTEDElecwc WANTED-A house boy. Apply at first-class order. ,FQr further par. 'NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS with Attorncy'at''Law.Thleien. .

work of all kind.' once to Mrs. ,Morris: Bear. ', 619 N. ticulars. ,address P. O. Box 418. city. : use of kitchen for I light housekeep Room 405 Building
\\ Palafox. lOjan. 15dee.t have the following very deSir.1
ing. Apply at 1,000 E. DeSoto street.
lean fans repair jour,
L Ol i us your
able'pieces of
on our
property '
.. etc P.l t : Phone 879., 7janit C.R. YEAGERREAL
wiring ?U3
drnamo u jour WANTED-Colored janitor for churchat FOR SALE.-Barred Plymouth Rock Sale" list:

1\711\ u-.icola: : El?ctri.: Co. 2C5 S.r once; apply II. U. Mackey, at Cockerels from prize winners, $1.00, FOR,.?ALE. THOS. PEBLEY
la10! flW.NTED.FirstdaSs, Star Laundry lOJlw up. Large. well marked good blood.) : NICELY FURNISHED, ROOMS suit. ESTATE ,
f block. with of fruit trees
nice M LAW. REAL
registered Also some good pulUfts.: Mrs., LizzieB. able for light housekeeping. All ESTATE. LOANS A DCOLLEC"rIONS
druggist and pharmacist wants pos-' WAt'TED-La\'y; or gentleman offall' Hughes Chippy.! Fla 31declm and :under fnce. New City.$1,500' modern conveniences. Apply 810 E. 202 Thiesen Building! Phone 332 '
% block best part of East Hill- PALAFOX AND
ROMANA.
mon in !West Florida. permanent or education to travel for firm of "n Gadsden. 9janlmNICEFURNISHED
'eicporao Address F. Z, care JourMU .f. $:!50OOO capital Salary $1,072 per FOR. SALS::South half block 211.' very Best cheao.building latf overlooking t PHONE 559. .

3jan.'year pajablewrsetay.. Expenses ad. frQnt.1DtOO.. feet on 13th .street. by ROOMS for rent.
Baypu Texar 200xl37 ft.$1,5O0
tnced.: Address Geo. B. Clows l:>en.saco1a 107% feet on Bay: lew Park; (also } ji Newly furnished clean and nice
PR1.FLR: -Steady, sober experienc- Good 5 rijom'fcddSe1 i W.; Jackson
Fla. 2t* south half of block :212.: fronting 400 '
d m job: '*ork and a11! linaa of news- feet on 14L1 St. by '137% feat. Bay street. .. .-.- .. *";. .::' ..;.. .;.$650 near' poetomce. Apply at 128'4 E. Timber Lands R.YAEGER 'I
t on
j'JjWr work from "de\ir to editor de- Men and boyswanted .:to learn View Park. The only property adjoin. H block in 'New ity,>near Stoddart Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer.

ir' posi'ion.; West or Middle ''Flori-[ Plumbing Trade gays $5 day after ing Bay View Park that 'Is' now f'tr place.. .i .'.ft. :ir?. ..' ?*: ;.$1500 7Janlm. ATTORNEYATLAW.Rooms .
completing course of practical Instruction Number of' houses that ; 202 234 '
ia prflerrcd Can bring recommen- sale The beautiful view down' the good venting and Thiesen Bid.
itions Address Box 54, Quincy at' home or in our scho:>ls. bayou and'down the"'bay'can never be will 'net 10'p'r cent: ;. PLEASANT Place to board on N. Hill PHONE 332. .

,'ta. 3janlw Graduates admitted: to Union and obstructed. A. V. Club s. 30jly, 120 feet by 80 feet corner Romanaand 2nd door from car' line on Strong For Sale _

si.rO.ND HAND CLOTHING WANTED -.Master Plumbers Association. Posi- ,Alcaniz.! Exqfjlent! -location for street 'For.particulars' address No. 8, 4

-High-st price i-ald for gent'siothing sitions K cured. Coyne Bros. Co. AUT,01IOBILES--I: am agent. for the warehouse. Housesfnow' renting regularly -Journal. 6janlm '

cilv Also sell seconJ hand Practical Schools! Plumbing'' and Pope Mfg.Co.and can sell you autos for 524 p7tuiB9Uth......,,.$2500 Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy

: over D'Alemberte's Store
Louis. Free Catarog"WANTEDHaU Drug
St.
Kautrman'spricesfor horses to keep up, 'They ,can be run Will lend a reasonable? amount of this office. They are all clean ; '
KODAKERSget have Several splendId Office Hours' 30
We
them. C
: a. m. to p. m.
/eloping and finishing. Best grown colored girl. In sand or anywhere a 'horse can go. money at lowest market rate' of' interest and !nice.FURNISU1D'[ large and small turpentine locations. Phones 274 and 109.
Must be neat 902 East Leslie E. Brooks. on any. of the'above.. ,
and quiet.; .
ann Cheapest 1n city. Romana and St Saw MDs and Saw mill locations.
.30 S. Palafox ROOMS-Fine location.
Gadsden. .
Paiatox, 19declm SALE.-1o coiner Some excellent bargaIns' in large
FOR room house
PhoneL $34. view of bay. 414 South
:JL'sf i OPENED.-W. N. Brown staple WANTED-lOG laborers: ; wages $1.50 lot. 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96z Alcaniz Splendid Dec29. and small traits of round and boxed; T. O.YATESM.D.

and: fancy groceries home and west-1 per day. Apply factory of GouldingFertilizer 192 on <*ar line. For particulars in .. timber lands. ,
Co 5JlwWANTED Large tracts of Mississippi Delta ,
TD beef fresh country eggs chickens quire of Standard_Clothing Co 29jan NICE FURNISHED ROOM two blocks .

tod the famous blue grass Kentucky,I -Three or four goo FOR 170 Splendid list of valuable propertyand
oj'ur, coner 10th avenue and Greg \' carrier boys. Apply to C. F. Stewart $99. 8
Phone Inquire to 1%.
L. & N. railroad 16 SALE4k. drfght': Stock
ir S' Puone 1064. 14declmji'B Journal ollice.WANTEDA acres on ,. miles FOR Piano. fine location for a Co'ony! or
forenoon. 2ldeclm'FURNISHED 306 THIESEN BVIUJINCDIRECTORY
north Pensacola between Cottage Hill A bargain at $200; 'Apply to *J. J. Farm i& South East Georgia.
..m.' 11.-.U ot ail kinds wanted I Ib good servant at 423 N. and Cantonment; 9 room house 2 largQ, Hooton.. "** :. lOjanot Some of the' choicest residence -
} tne Majes Printing Co. 24 W. Barcelona st. 9,jan3t barns 100 acres cleared 1500 bearing ROOM: on East Hill places in the beautiful !little city of '
.overnincnt; Phone 181. Only: the I fruit trees. For cash or on time. Will I FOR SALE OR RENT New, modern, with: privilege of bath; convenient DeFmuak 'Springs, Fl u and In,Milton.
oes' of work. Idec WANTED.-Bright young man or exchange for city property. Apply C.I I, two-story six-room house East Hill to car line; nottoo far to walk; prefer .. .
who wantsa
lady; stenographer who Fla.Our
WAN'fED.-IIauling and transfer young N. Levey Cottage Hill. Fla. lOnovJ[':near cars. A. C. Bmklyk 9jan party or parties are permanently prices and terms are reason
permanent position. Address "Per located in the, city. Adatess P. o. Pensacola Lodge. No.3. K. of P.
work. Office phone 363 residence FOR SALE.-4 house. two large
; room'
'
manent," are Journal. 7janlw FOR SALE.-Nice. clean old newspapers Box 52. City. Dec. 17. able.Cal meets every Monday evening at 7:3fl(
phone 390. Acosta & White :22-28! N. corner lots nearcar! line on East on or write to m.
at five cents bundle. This of. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
sarragoaa St. 25mar. WANTED.-A gOOj house boy at once. Hill overlooking the bay. A bargain.J. '
Apply 52 W. Gonzalez; St. 3janWANTED.Firat.ciass flee. W. Coons at Pensacola InvestmentCo. FOR RENT.-Four furnished rooms. over I'ou stable W. Intendencia St.
centrally located. 18 E. Garden St. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed,
"XTED.-SeC'Ond' band oat .
6janlw
corn tailor: cleaner FOR 'SALE-One fine display case; ISdeclm*' J. II. BREWTON C. C.
and cotton seed meal sacks Out of and presser., Apply No. 9 E. Inten 21 feet long. 8 feet high and 3 feet 1 FOR SALE-One No. 3 A Eastmans 1!. HORSLER, K. of R. & S
tOwn shipments solicited.; Write us. dencia. 3jan wide. Suitable for .almost any kindof folding pocket kocftk: a bargain Ap- TURNER & AYMARD
F i S Mellen & Co. ZOmar. business. Apply to E. L. Reese 1'13to E. L. Reese.: 124 S Palafox TKO ROOMS FOR RENT 20 West .., Ratbbone Lodge No. '

,h\TED.-The Merchants TransferCo. WANTED good stenographer. AJ- 5 Jan. street 5Jan. Wright street Furnished to suit, 30, K. of P.. meeti every

wants your moving; and bauUD;. dres3 M. B. care Journal. in own _ choice i block top Meals .furnished- if desired; near Es- Real Estate and Thursday evening at 8:09(
FOR SAIA.-One on
.U breakage guaranteed. T., B. Tnor handwriting stating experience[ and If OR SALE.-"Olds-run-a-bout" auto electric cambia Holel 4janlw Abstract !.X1p1 o'clock in their temporary
of of the
sen Prop. Phone 978. ISjunelm. salary expected. 31 dec mobile for sale cheap. Apply C. M. the ridge east, Company, Castle Hall over Pou st..-
Consolidated Grocery Co. railway !between 7th and 8th strets. FOUR.NICELY FURNISHED or un- 'c ble
W. Intendencia
= Co>injton. street.
COOK
is Experienced chef (colored) WANTED.-A' thoroughly competentand 7jan. (I Nautre has favored this section 'and it furnished rooms; can also use for P. 0. Boi I 115, DeFualak Springs, Florid -Ji._ Visiting knights are cor
open for engagement to go south experienced man to farm place cannot be duplicated.: A. V. Clubbs. ligh; housekeeping. Inquire at 501 dially welcomed.
Ian I ,
Florida preferred; references. Victor 'records 356 and 60c. Call on FOR SALE. store and meat West Chase *treet or phone 323.
Address about 6 miles from city. Address W.. -Grocery, : J. D. KIRK. C. C.
by letter J C. B., 9 Gran- write '
our agent or Metropolitan attached business good 27dec; C. J.
ill'. Journal office. ISdeclm market : : LOST LEVY. K. of R. &.2.
pi. Boston. 19declm
Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville.Fla. reasQ for selling on acount of going -

MMi t KUAL. contracting painters Any intelligent person "may earn a Agents wanted.: 19declm* nortb, 'owner does not want to stay NICELY FURNISHED bed room con. Knights of Columbus.

and decorators. Fine varnishing a good Income corresponding for south. Ad-iress .I. M.. care Journal. \eniently{ located. ; privilege of bath, LOST-Ladies gold tiled watch;' New Meetings of tbs '
ana fctUhlng Sign painting: a spegaitr ; FOR SALE OR RENT.:-Tv o lighters : England works. No. 351,067) Lib Knights of Columbus
rewspnpeis; no canvassing; ; experience Sjantw gas. pbons. Apply J26 W. Garden. St.
Residence phone 249. 29aug. unnecessary. Send for particu one with capacity fo15 thousand ft. 3jan w' eral reward for return to W. H. )..Iadi.M are held at their hail.No. .
the other thirty thousand: ca: 8 West Intendea- 1.
lumber;
WANTEIiAll keepers or poultry to lars. Northern Press Syndicate >n. Osceola Club 10Jan2t *
feed wheat It is the cheapest feed LcckporL N. Y. SnotSroos.Miscellaneous pacity. Rates reasonable Telepbono Money to Loan. WANT ri'A: fsw boarders ;private cia _street on,every
Chaffin & Co. LOST-Black Overcoat with
J. A. light
Monday
write Milton evening at
or
oecause it makeg hens lay. F. S. familyi! ; !i 5cely furnished rooms with .
Mellen & Co. Phone 334. Fla gldeclm",MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or use of :bath and telephone.: Convenient threads. Reward for return to bol.onIon 7:30 o'clock. An inviUtion -

Th'n'- w Montana Market cor. 7th FOR SALE-one fine triplicate. other sufficient security by applj- jrailrpad. shops and on' car line.: Furniture Co. 7Jan3t' to visiting Knights, is extended

avenue and Wright street want French plate mirror and,one Singer Ins to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafor and Apply 401: E.:: Gregory 3janlmUN'JHJRNISIJED I.OST-3lrtng of sola'' beads, eitherin JOHN B. JONES.

our business. We handle native and DON'T FORGET that I am still,tuning Sewing Machine for sale cheap. GOOd' Rontana. up stairs. >, ITnov-ic. : !: -Large front f Opera House, or' between there EDM. FOX. Grand Knight

western meats, country produce but- pianos. J. Conrad Scott, 28 E. Government condition. Apply at Falk'sMillinery 5T6NEY, 1O LEND-On Oodreal'es.fte south and west. room Good!and lesidenco Reward for- return to Recorder.
eggs, vegetables, etc. Martin & st. Phone 380. $'janlw'DRAYMAN'S 7jan3t : security, or on good collateral: fronting 'to 211 South, Bavlen street? 'Jan(.lw.
hott Props 13Jeclm _. ._ at lowest rates. Lesiie, E. Brooks light. and ceptral! location. Apply 12: Pensacola Lodge: No. 4, L O. 0. F.
---- ----- FOR SALE-Beautiful: block in New undin N. Pa'afox! St. or phone 65. 2janlm LOST.-Largo dog with white and Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I. O. 0. F.
Fisher : 21JioMONEY. : .:
\NTED-A11 kinds of electrical ASSOCIATION.' City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.;) black spots; answers, to name of I meets every Thursday evening at 7:53
,,ork, I sell all kinds of electrical[ If you want a good drayman rin.; Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court Honsa.Jaus'. [ LOANED on any idjj BOARDERS WANTED, at 212 N. Jack. Flntief please return to E. bt the new hall on West Garden

Queries anj other electrical supplies.I 933. Dra))oen's stand, corner Palafox '[ ki&ds of persona) property pa'abe Hajne; By day, wcek on month.! Greenblatt 126 S. Tarragona street, street. Visiting brethren cordially
ba '
"hen at' same rate, me. J. A. Wilson, 22% W. .
E W and furniture' the money see
Peake new Star build-j gage due. ISdeclmFURNISHED _
Laundry 'I will 55.GOO Compound Cathartic. For __ B. R. WITKOVSK1. Secretary.
We '
Jg( : E Garden. 15dec.CANTED. .'. and also any other hauling. Government street, Salisbury building: I'1' -- -
1 ban1 sale at The Alligator and Wet End' 7. 2dea REBEKAH.SISTERS.
haul any load that one man can room ROOMS with or without .
.-A. R. BIngham wants 1 die without any help within one mil Saloons. ISnovlm 1 board- Pleasant l locality, near Pensacola, Si. Andrews and Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sis

our moving and hauling. He guai I for the regular price. We are reliable JUST RECEIVED.:-Large shipment MONEY LOANED on all kinds of perconal Palafox street.: 117" E. Intendcntla, ., ters meets every :Monday night at
I of
antees all breakage. Phone 630. I draymen, and vr- are responsible.I imported Olive Oil. RetaU'pint., propertyon short notice.i Mrs.:.Fannie Re tengec decl5-lm. Gulf Co. 8 o'clock In I. O. O. F. HalL VIsli-;

WAXTED.'Ever bodY lo take dinner I are. In the business and are hers gallon or larger quantity. G. Uorasso. Tenns easy. J. W. Bullard upstairs I Steamship ing sisters cordla1lylnvlted to be pres.

_Ji the Southern Hotel. 9dec.. to stay. You can find us from six to & Co., ship chandlers ana' grocers, 701 28', : South Palafox St.. ,Phone 1144. WANTED.-A few hoarders at 318 W. STEAMER TARPONW. cut MRS S. DeTHA V en.

{'OUR six. South Palafox. 4oct [I SHOT Bemont. New house good neigh MISS MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary.M. 4
HOUSE DYEING Pressing J. BELL Mgr. and near car! }ine Ideclm.FOR' '
bcrhood
2ldeclm E. B. A. No. 81. meets firet asd
amount (LBARROW.Master.FIagrCLAE3
and UNLIMITED money to loan .
Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox I I FOR SALE.-Only 4 joan( Boar pig
St Mrs T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat. sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out oa all kinds ot perso.nal PrDl' rt1. RE.'JT-Furnfsbed rooms for :PASSENGER AND third Wednesday evening at 7:20 p.1m. ..
,FLOWERS.-PattfTJOn's Rose- business Rafford! Hall No 10. West late!!
"> CUT Special rates'to men .
on large
nase
satisfaction without
solicited Lee with or board. No
; guaranteed has of Orphan of Baltimore. 58544 rent FREluHT( SERVICE r -
mount Gardens of Montgomery. The New York Loan Co. street
Careful attention give ladies'garments with regiitrationa leans 204V4 housekeeping. Apply 310 West
AU
guaranteed light ,
placed an agency in Pensacola, represented an4 South Palafox. -lkt.I r"- A. G. FELL. Pres.J. ,
Phone 1222. 3declm I pedegrees. Carl Seiterlind, Cnlpley : Gregory/" ISdeclm
I I by Miss Bertie Smith 616 N. ; ; : PENSACOLA. MOBILE APAU\CH U SWEENEY. See.
Fla. 26nov.
-- I Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for FOR _RENT BAY HOTEL.) -:Open tight and day. COLA. CARRABEtLC. ST. AN. W. O. W.
roses carnations and all kinds of other FOR SALE-Several head ot 'miles', Eiiroran PIan- Rooms light and DREWS. MILLVlLLE.
.ducatlonBI t Live Oak Camp No.1. W. !'J. W.
I t cut flowers. Phone 651. :Odec and horses all in good condition,. FOR 'RENT.::-Elegant 'two'story- store clean,"* Transient trade loUelted.5753.i And all points .n St ,Andrews Bay, meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rJ

MUSIC --\fter the "Holidays" I will :Consumers.lce and Fuel' Co. Udec., room In ,new StanLauadry building ( S. ',P lafoL ,.J u S. ,Nicolau.' Carrabe'le'! :and Apalachicola.SCHEDULE' | Wednesdays In each month. Visiting
Tailor.Gents' '
TAILORING, L. Diamond. : E. Garden street Apply Walker Prop: _: sovereigns cordially Invited.
( IR-
rept a limited number of pupilson FOR S'LE.-'Uce. clean newspaper* Pei.6acola Sonda ":30 I
'cleaned.-pressed and, Leave ,. p.m. .
P A. BOG1HCH, C C.
the : for sate. 5c a bundle. ; graham, StarLaundry.221cc. ,
Only They
following instruments: Violin. notice. No. 11% FOIL RENT.-Furnished rooms'dezIrabI In a 'for )Mobile AlLLeave "
short -rk.W .
l'el.o. Clarinet and all brass Instruments repaired on SL, Pensacola. Fla. mike good wrapping paper and are::'.FURNISHED TTAGE'on gay location new ,house and')In \ PeasacclA> Tdeida). S.jo p. LESLIE E. BROOKS \

ex: pt slide trombone. Will West, Government Just the thing to put-under'matting.: Shore on Dummy Line. For parti w'furnll li. 212 )Gregory' l'I I m. for St Andiaws. Ulllrlll. Apalicalcola O. W.' COak Grove No.. 4, '

earn ai pupils residences. Music fur. Idee. RUBBER STAMPS [ culars Inquire J. R.Kellar. Phcae 59or 13deelnx* CarrabeHo and! intr: Wshed for all orMestra. P. O. Box 136. I points. -
band or 15dee .
occasions ---------- "
the SAILMAKER.J 15c per line of 3 inches. ---'-- For additional, Istbrmatlon: : apply t of each month at 3:30 p. nx. 2d 1oor-
Clutter Please leave orders at PORTER sallmaker, 716 South DAVIS NOVELTY WORKS122X A. R. BINGHAM baa storage monitor PARK-, HOTEL.-Opposite' Plaxa J..R. 8AUNDKRS.E. .. Pythian Hall over Pou's stable; on In-
Music I \( Housev or at my per- H. 118 N. Pa.1&foL or'Ilhout board. Short, street. Visiting sovereign
ttneni street Orders taken for Phoc rent, suitable for furniture or other Rooms with, R- COBB. P1'M14ent. tendencia
aSdress: Navy Yard, p ensa- Palafox :stools and house You can Order by :Mall.ISnow .. goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona ord4fs. VIii Pa. p F. Ehlers Bandmaster. tents awnings, camp bay. ) Ff Mrs. 11. B. Olsen zuardlu.
S. Navy ..cots etc. Prices.reasonable. Sljan. ,St. Phone 630 30nov cafe;,. Room.'.t' overlook 16dec PentacoU .. clerk

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;'.. -fW. 'STATE 'ildJoe", TURPENTINE STILLS. ''I -Equitable-

. TREASURYBALANCES An t Policy
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whisk McMillan l Co( ,.Profects.
ros.
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I To The Men t : ONDECI.31. f- li- rjh.n'; --I' .-. MOBILE Manufacturers! : ALABAMA.MARKETS, YOUR 4'-. 1 FAMILY. WANT'FROM'THAT' GHASTLY GIANT


O1fJOCfe.it'sawinner ;

I Who want the best Underwear '

': Act to-day,Tomorrow may never come.
I
Naval Stores.
k We call special attention to our very Saiannab: Ga.. Jan 9.The naval I Insurance, .K'J flftU/SPQ RtftQ Gen'l AFire '

fall and complete line we have gath- _. ,.t: .stores"roar et:closed! today' as follows: I Life. Pcnsacol
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ered together. Knowing the' trouble ,. shouts'of Ww.-.,: '..5 75, J

many men have with the ordinary WG,. ., .. .:. .. ........5 50' a-- -'- -
grades of Under wear' sold by the hit. A Total of $401,940,85; t& Credit N.. /. .' 5 $5! -

or-miss specially seectej enthusiasmgreet M,. :.. 75
store our .4i. ?
of the Various, Funds on K., ., .. = ;::sm-
garments from the best makers will ,4, .; .. 425
prove a great relief to men who want it I...... .. '.,' .'rl..2 ,80: H. PmNeAoo ..
the best. This Underwear has provenits last Day of Year. H .; 3 .3 45.It ,

values to thousands. The styles .,. 1.. .' ,. .. .. .3 33. IronWorks: and Supply Co.
: 1 In cptton wool silk and linen are all everywheremerit F .: : :: .. :: : .330 ..
'
of the highest grade and prices. range Tallahassee Jan. 9.-The monthly E ., .. ... : .. : : : 3 23 I U, ,Manufacturers and Repairers of ;

from $LOO to $6.50 per suit. report of Hon. W. V. Knott, tate ': will tell-mill ion bottles D .. .,(.-. ., 320 I:. MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;
Treasurer, this day filed with the C
I ,\ ...' 3 15
MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES ::
. f Governor, shows that at ,the close of sold annually-great victory!. Spirits Turpentine, 63c. FORCINGS' ,
f business 'STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
December
31,- 1905 the fol full
I' lowing measure-convenient package J Prompt attention given to all orders. day or sight 2
balances were: held in the Agent
The John White Store, Treasury to the credit of the several f i moderate price.-.sold everywhere AUGUEY l.f.\\erpool: Cotton CO.'S REPORTS Market. ;:- for James :McKay & Co.'. ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs AlaI>> ;
state ChaJls'of descriptions. :;
and educational funds

Specialist In Men'* Wear, General revenue fund.$136,14798 "b, & b" atlanta JAB."Feb,/.l..">......_..Cloud.. .oo1hr.Aprl. ; Office Phone 123. PHil. WITTMAN P. O. Box Mgr.Resldencs .
One mill -chool.und.....; 10,40566 : IVu.JUr.........B.01 f1 P"Ione. 1029.. 13.!

I Phone 225. 5O5-5O7 S. Palafox Street. Pennon tax fund......... 77,80767 : .................;.......;..._.600Aprl
State Board of Health fund. 58.195.65 -U.y'....,.........._tOB --- -..
.. .. ._, Principal of State School --.----.: lfar.J"uuo....?....,........6.1i ................ ...............................
JTiuu. .....
__-_- _- fund (uninvested)....... 441.26. Florida 1.1.1. .6.13
Interest of State School and Alabama JI1r..UIJUS' _'.,i.......... 6.11

fund .....,.... .....'.,. r A.ugsst-Septejnber'......................... .
Interest.J-of 16,898.87. LNAD COMPANY September October ..............-.,.. 1 iAUSLEY COMPANYi:
t : I I Seminary: fund 3,96300 October'. ''''t'mb.lr' .. ....... ......605 i
Hire of State Convicts fund .193.46: Manufacturers of lxr-Dtca.'t4ber: .................. .......
:: Indian War Calms fund., 5,000.00 and Dealers in Deeemter'Jusry ........ ................... .
Agricutural College fund.; 1027.11 LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES I. Livurpol Spot::! *. 6.13. ,
I
SHIPPING II Experiment Station fund.. 2210.51 AND' KILN-DRIED SAP i COMMISSION BROKERS i il'
NEWSVES8 White College Morrill fund... ,7,99037 New York. Cotton Market. ,

[FULL I Colored College Morrill fund 8,505.17 I Open High! Low Oe-e:
Florida Fsma'e College Incidental .'.30 TOURS TO EUROPE TO JAPAN .T&a...... SLID 11;') 1122= 11.31 l' II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET: PENSACOLA, FLA. ;

fund..r..:, 1.08825; Under snpenor man>f"tni nt- exception! i'cbrtury........,. ...' *
LS IK PORT. Experiment Station Inclden. advantages Foil T.nir Around.... World; 1tu-c....' U.4i 11(9: 1134 1154: I

EXPRESS Iteanuntps.Antiqua tal tuud..n.. ...?,? 30188 '1.Annual lrr*e.fRANK.Ori"utaaCrm-, .'eb:8. trogrjupme April... ,...?. .... I i Private Wires N. Y., H. 0 and Chicago. j i
: University Ma1. ........u.5J ii7n :11.ij } .;; "
PREPAID? Br ss Witten. 1875. Vera Colored Incidental fund.. 704.09 C. CLARK,9S Bway, New York Jane........ ,.,.... .1: --

Cruz August to master Belmont Br ss, 2967. Savannah Normal fund..School.... .Contingent ../ 17. t'J July Augast..F-:....1)71 118.... 1161..1171.-.. I COIION.STOCKS.GRAIN.PROyiSIONSandBONDS j i

to ,Gulf Transit Company. Proceeds of College, Property S.tomner. :............. '' ..... ::.. .:...
fl4CHAS.BLUM&CO Cayo fund...... ... .;.,.,';; 56933 October... .
: London to Bonto Gulf Br Transit SSeiid'gery.Co. 2213 Univ. of Fla.., Gainesville SUDDEN DEATHnF 3uvaisber......,.?, ..:::: ;:::::, '::::: ::::: I Bought and'Sold on Margin or for Investment. i ii

Donation fund. ,.. .. .... 40,22222 Deuomt.r.l ............... .... .... ....
Chatburn. Br ss, Morse 1225:! line]
;Newyirk
va to Gulf Transit Company.' Fla. Agricultural Institute' lt.1tl. 1175 i Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 i I
Kisslmmee fund ..... .
I Dor. Exmoor, Br ss, Stonehouse 2233 .f 3,96385; .
Bahia BUmca to order Fla. Hasp. for Insane. F re MRS BOYKIN Chicago Grain Market ............. ........ ....e .................

! DELIVERED Gamma, Dutch ss. Teensama, 133:;;, Loss fun '.,.. ... ..,-.N. ,. 12970 : Wheat -'<---- :-;-- -- .- .-------' ._- '- -- .
FOR West Opvm Hi j
Hartlenool to" order.
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.. MW'LIII
..ITti bi --------
$401,910; :; & I 83Jaiy. 4
H Good Hope,. Br ss, Harding 2303 I _____ ..... ....._'''J1' "'i" 8s3S4,." '
Cardiff to Gulf Transit Company. : t ---"d NEWPARLORS r* New
Marie Ger ss. Sch der. 891 West Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin aiL: D.. JONES ,. Tables
Hartlepooi to I'ensacola Lumber Com Of WaveMy Texas, writs:' '"Of a Corn. rive BrunsW cke.Balke! I

pany. morning when first arising I 'often Open HIJ& Low Clo>f8
; Njassa. Br ss. Baker 178C Vera Jfinj I : a troublesome collection of phlegm M.T..J'. 44'. <4!>f 4i P 0 I 0 I v Everything Up-to-Date.
.
., biT AND 519 WEST BAY ST., Cruz to F. O. Howe & Company. which produces a CQugh and Is very July_ ..ufc'i 4ij to A

: JACKSONVILLE Tertia, Ger ss, Martinson.:; 1396. Las I hard to dUlodge! ; bu a amaH quantity 14 Ease Government Street.
c Palmss.Quarrydene.. of Eallard'a ,Horehound Syrup' will at Unexpectedly ExpireJ About 1 7if New YorK, Stock Market. -

Br cnce dIslodge it, and the trouble i Open Cloe J. A. BILLINGSLEY Prop.
ss, Robinson. 1822, ,
Morris DannheisserFormerly I Buenos Ayrea to Gulf Transit Co. over I .know of no medicine that !s clcc [Last Night ofHeartFiltife Southern .Pacific....._.. flO*. 67> -

Queen Christina, Br as. Brake 2804! equal to it, and it is pleasant .to, take, Cupp.'r. B.R..........10i 1M 10SA. 154 .'- .

( Dannheisser Bros.) Hamburg, to old r.Ylvina. I all can parsons most cordially,needing recommend It' to >> Atch,... 'OS*; W i I ....."......................... .........'r'............
: Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine Span ss, Bustinza, 1983, Liverpool a medicine for .A.a ... 165 18, i. .
Wines, Beer and Tobacco. to Gulf Transit Co. I throat or lung trouble." Sold. by all 'T n.R '1'....,. Sf*i 8SJi .
t. Ships. druggists. 7.lot News of the death of Mrs. Boykiu, a.&o .................:...... II!? u... .
Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty r --- '1<.nes, which occurred about 7 o'clock:! Erie._......................... 4S3 4bC. % i
t 12 W. Zarragoesa Street Avon.Rosasco Ital ship Avegno 160L Genoato I II 1 lustnight at her{home'OD' North Hill ll I! .F.X........................ 68-i! 5334 i The RaY From'Qas j
Bros. I .
:- PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA Poultry Dreuta, will be received *Kh a feeling of sorrlw -I''C. 8,...... 44% ::443'4 .
Elvira port chip,:Ttodriques, 1488.!' Grind line a cupful of ants .f, one.4 and regret "by-the many friends i} U.preferred... Iu7!, liT
: ---- -'- -- Lisbon to order. : kind or assorted add. to them a small 1 of that estimable Iddy all over the K 8... :351. 87 i i 1
Ruby.. Nor ship Erikson 1333 London 1..1N.,... Arc Lamps
i onion chopped fine half.a city this morning' l"-Dealh came 153 53
l'l'ESCAMBII OYSTER DEPOT. to Southern States Lumber Co. I each 'of teaspoonful and unetbectedly.. the vrysuddenly ; Lo&d..........;......... .... 883. 8 .
Car'.- I chopped parsley, pepper and ha\mgtbeen a goodone 'c"ay; M.P; .....:..................... 1013 1oo j I
: salt and with her. richer In' volume and color than other lighting
1 a cupful of finely chopped eel. : are any :
, Phone 1210. Armenia, Nor bk, NIelson 116S deceased Met .., m: 124'g I
. Fine P 'tddo Bay Plant and Escamtila I. Treen to McKenzie Oerting & Co. I ery; mash some! potatoes fine and to.a many the weeks, but lady"had was thought been ill to I for be C&..P o.. 174>j .1j : agene-ateady as the! S1n.' and, the'cost la ,smaller than .

,- Oysters at reasonable. prices. Eauffshire Ital bk, Marchese 8SS'i cupful add( two tablespoonfuls': of recovering and yesterday the advice K.T.O 155>i .154>i any otter modern lighting method. Colors are faithfully :
on
1 P.O............
Genoa to master cream: seasonwith butter, and \W/t 10l}, .. (
I i I pepper of her physician she sat up fora .... .. shown, and in all respects illumination. Is the :
C. Tabarras & Co. Edna M Sraitw, Br bk, Rice 736,'i iKilleena. I i!Bait to taste; mix all together :and dress short Urn?. She'was' taken ill in 81 R'DO.P ,.,.......,.....l&JJf 183J8\Li :, .
, Leith to order. I the fowl; when almost done.! sprcke} !Nashville last summer coming home I:.!.... J4 24T.O.I. Noarest approach to daylight. i

Dan blsi Pedersen 765, j I the bird with rolled almonds. .and finish op Nov. '10, and bavin's"been confinedto :Sfl: .........!................ sni r.y i :
Babai ; browning. her bed sntce. The .. It
l ever past ,few 143 147Ji
: We Numberg Nor bk Birkson I days had shoyna.great) improvement Pastas...............'"........-l41'' 141% Jt
Are Glad istiansand to A. Zellus. For Drlzbt Lamp Cbaarr. however' anther rti fen' s and family;, u.l"_.......;........ l IM Pensacola Gas Company : ;
Paolino Ital bk] Lairaqua. 1107'1' A paper bag inverted 'over lam? thought she was on the. ,road to >re, ::::.
Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. covery. I.l' Ausley '& Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. v J
chimneys has proved as valuable: in
.. Providenzl, Ital bk, Olcese. 1185.. winter as In summer, ,for It' She was 64 years old and she came New York Jan. Liverpool was I i Phone. 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. : f
to Inform our customers that wo can Genoa to master. prevents Pensaoola- ,with k. husband.Judge fairly good this morning cables cocn- .
the
offer' the purest Olive Oil guaranteed Pruno. Ital bk, Gibelli 1212. Art-"* fron dullness dust and of the glass,which met Boykin Jones, 25 years ago from nea* tog 6' points higher on spots while I: :...... ........... ............f.......... ........: tI
from Riviera Oneglia. werp to order. v greasy rapora.COFFEE. Columbus Ga.., in -which place she -was arrivals were. .advanced' to 6 points.1 I
Soars da Costa, ,Port bk. Marnato .. torn. Ele!! leaves a husband and three Oar market, opened at about last
604. Rio Janerio to H. Baars & Co. children the ,latter,:being Mrs. R, A. night's level. the market! fluctuatingon ,the coming: government 'report to b > [

Try Oneglia Oil Schooners.: flyer, Mrs. T. B.] *3german, and 'Mr.W. very narrow. lines during the forenoon irueui at :2: o'clock p. m. Jf ew YorK OPERA HOUSE
Calumet, Am sch, Guptol, 1094 Baltimore .- C. Jones.: f'' ; all interests beln'.; centered on time. The feeling was considerably
to order. Funeral Thursday. iiaxsd, estimates ranging from: 9,650- I

md you will feel the taste of the pure' Guantanamo D II. Rivers Am sch. Peck, 963 The funeral will be' held to-morrow, 000, to 9850000. OPERA HOUSE.
to There
considerable
order.
f P'viera Olive from where we Import William H. Yerkes Am sch Wade We are tbe P/oncer Thursday morning, from' Christ.church I Marine t Co. of weak holders on both sides liquidation of the ONE NIGHT ONLY.
the oil. We retail from to Grocery
a Quart a at 10:30. odock., "' .-
1211 Norfolk. I
palloa. Coffee Roaster* of market pricesfinally selling to the Thursday, Jan. 11.
r lowest of the day Just befor3 the publication
West Florida.McHUOH'S'BLEN'OS. A Card. 604 60S,-60S, 610 S. Palafox St. of the government report.
rf f $25 REWARD This! is to certlfythat, all druggists Phone 725. When the report showing 9,721,000 OSCAR L. FIGMANand

G. Marrasso. are authorized to. refund your. mone'j} bales ginned to January 1st there wad
.
;! if Foley's: Honey and.Tat fails to cure V. J. VIDAL, Manager. the wllj st excitement both sided RUTH WHITEIN

your'cough or ,cold- It. stops .jh* rushing to cover their holdings. It is
f.! cough heals 'the Innss :ind.prevents THC, HOME .OF GOOD THINGS TO believed: from all received from all THE WESTERN OPERATIO
serious results from a coll.. Cures IIlI : EAT. parts of the south ,that there Is. very COMEDY
t I have no equi l.. A trial, l: grippe cough and pre\ents pneumonia!: i Just Received: I little cotton left to gin! and this report -
will and consumption. Contains no op.-i; Halibut: Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch !i/dteates a crop of less than ten "The Tenderfoot"24BIG
convinc the con ates. The genuine is in a y'low! I 50 Kits of fancy, Mackerel. $1.25; per ; sriMion bales. This is-tie last report

Come Where noisseur tfiatye package., Rtfnsa s. b tttutf'S. W., kit, ? to be Issued by the government on SONG HITS-24
i D' rcmb srfc. druggist 'and' a othcc3ry-: $0 kits Salmon' $1.! per kit. II the present crop aau takes all the distirbing Cast Includes Jethro Warner, Frd
make no'extravaght, A'j '50.kits' halibut fins. $1.23) per kit. factors out of the market and Bailey, Harry B. Williams. Georg
"
\\e new ficmly believe! in Ultimately I
50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds
; Roinain, Etta Louise Bracbett ,
claims.I ft much hlher: prices for the fleecy Lockhart
America's $1 :25 per kit. I "
ading Frances Warner and others t
Your .n staple.
Money Blotters, lIlkers'nnl: Roes Herring, .
Codfish, Pjckld Salmon, Dill Pickles,I,I we do not think there is much FAMOUS COWGIRL CHORUS. .
Wholesale and Retail Brewery. 'j" German'Sauer' Kr:lut. ; flay: cotton .left to gin and very Itj Prices: -2Cc! to $1.50. t

Pigs Feet Ip kits. $1.00. 1 f, Lit to market arij: the moment I Seats sal? Tuesday noon at Coei t
,Stretches GROCERSand IS LOCATED IN. THE 3tJTH: :' Manewal and Lanes: Fruit Cako.1 I *pinner femes into the market and -, book store.

I This>' statement: ,, i is,',base' uoon the National' Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. 25clp ,I hu must come very soon lor his sup I-- -..- --- ,-
: rlis are low and unless he intends to
I all kinds. of Feed located equipment in Macon:of the Ga Acm Just'one Brewing: point Co., } \r pcnndVehanll, ? fhe celebrated blends of:I, cancel all of his 'contracts. which he, ONE NIGHT ONLY I
WARR VNT',for the arrest of this wo I fill hardly ,do, he will lay in his -
!' supplies
rods-fd thr Gu'f
I Out will serve lo illustrate ths tact iu ]: v-oCee : by' City Coffee I ...Commencing_
man.Wire Stuffs.Pluto air its separate phases j''Co.. H P. Cifpman Manager. '! of tho raw material and that at] '
I
sheriff at DeFuniak Springs, orce and the holders. cf will a
Some Oaxacjr. 3ic Ib; Gold Standard 25c: : cotton ;
I| brewerleadertlse as the Friday January 12th.VICTOR .
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t Florida: 125.00 reward for the chill. ti.west important fE'J.tcre.of their t'qutp.-I' ";lb; Diaraoad: Blend 23c: Ib; Golden;)IHo. l rap the harvest. We advise the pur- ; ,
We have good, sound rea- Fisher chas3 of cottm'en all soft
Monroe This ,
Douglas. woman i'mtnt t the "filtered: air chpmbers for'cooling 20c<< lb. i; spots F. SCHAFER
for making tfra claim Florence Wood him from i I, There be daubt of
cons kidnapped WaterWholesale beer and keeping>> it free from'perms. Strictly fr:* ih roasted and as good j can no : very
.;f.: that :your money accomplishes Freeport Fla. on the night of September Compared to Acme methods: f.as any Coffee! :sold in this city. i much higher prices. The world must Presents
more here than 6th. 1905 The child is 6 years ol J, 'I that 'process l is obsolete. No air. filtered Send.us your orders and we will deliver have American cotton,.and wjlj pay: -
II
I elsewhere. You see we fair skIn. light hair; has upper fore! or not filtered should ever bs allowed -' 1 prompt the price no matter: what' it may be.

pay cash for all goods.our teeth rotted off; very plump weight and R tiil. ) to touch the wcrt. The.difference ''. :They have alwajs dons this hereto- Otis B. Thayer
If' rent Is not nearly so much about 50. pounds; very bright child. is that -American Queen" Beer[ : .w- _. --- --t I fcre and ve see no reason to'n'oubt :
as others have to pawe Expenses/ paid both ways deliveringchild : I ; I I is cooled through a system of en.11 1 I their doing'E :now. I and the original New York company I 12

f have no high salaried<< to DeFuniak Springs, Fla., in addition -i New Orleans Grocery Co. closed double pipinx .the inner pipes,I We thilk''Wheu'' ,Europe has time to the charming comedy drama_
to 'and to tho $25 reward. I digest the prcsat report Liverpool
: bookkeeper pay, I !I flowing beer the outer ones .carrin.water i !
best of all, no bad debts }.I. A. DOUGLAS. t j-I and ammon'a.! reducing .the' I \/ill ,realize her position and, possibly
-- to Ibse. Thus: you will Father of the chit.!. Jas. McHugh : temperature by even stages ac3> pro- The't there may Jbe a grand: surprise in Sweet Clover
I
see that you get all that DeFuniak Springs Fla.. 'j jt(.cting the beer front: ,:every posslbil- {t store for the f51(?nt when the_early] ,
I
Phone cables are posted. Liverpool stocksare
:your money pays for in 7janlm. 05. Proprietor.' Ity of infect'on. The greatest American pastoral *Tr
Clothes Shoes. Hats or I I This IS l example,'of the modern j I somewhat heavy but they wIll II I fori.
******#**X*****VS*#* *V* one j dwindle away like .suoW' before the I I written. Sx: months in New
,. Furnishings Our $10.00 {I scientific equipment characteristic of ChargeIs sunshine Manchester! LancaisLire I Three months in Chicago Bctt'rthan
and $l.50 Men's Suits i. TERSELY TOLD every department of the Acme BrewIng -I realizethe once and i! ever.
- will clinch this argument.Won't BUSINESS LOCALS. VVO'O.P'AU Co'a plant. which,'made "Amecan !lI shortness of thepresent.cropand
C rush Jnto,the market! Last tour of the south.
:you look at them? I Queen" the premier Ainerica'nbeer. made for
e ifi I giving our
J.H"- HJ kinds that:jonwant.; customers the best laun- for stuff they must have or close'down j Prices-25c ,50c, 75c and $1.0t t ).
v their mills until a new crop is raised I
i fry work Years of ex- Seats gale Wednesdaj at u"08
; Then cannot afford to .do 'this. on
% Co. SIR KNIGHTS, ATTENTION!( *
OerUng .
i McKlnzla : wholesale OAK I I-erience have girtn us at Coc's book store. _
and Te5I hip chand'era knd grocers AND PINE Special conclave of the "know how."
the only .ra oJass house of the kindin .CoT da Lion Command-
H 0. NSONI Pensacola- .Fair aces ,to alL No 1. Knignts T BUILDINGTRADES BrosnahamDotson&Co.
f ,: ... cheaper than you. can, 'buy .cry m- The $tar Steam
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it anywhere. .Any sIz .you. par,. 7:30 p.; m. Friday,
C VTHOMPSON has Just OP ned afresh want. Tan. 12. 'Work In Rie.tCross Bollar Makers Machinistsand
There will be a joint meeting of
.r Laundry.
CASH CLOTH lEa. line, ot beautiful box papers. degree. Sojourning .
Locals No. 74 and'107 and 459 Founders.
January
: suitable (ot -Christmas presents Also .Sir Knights! '. courteously:' in .
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are
F. Corner Palafox and Main. I i crepe papers.' Passepartout picture E. G. SEWELL: rited. S7,&, 3aratn at. Phone 114.. .. 16.1906.at: Local No. 74 ball. .Business Steamship and Mill Suppl'Offlee

f binding:"purses Christmas fcarda, etc. HARRYWGIBBS.-- c. Penucola.. Flax, of Importance. : Phone 819. Cole Street.lClofl:
REDE.
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