The Pensacola journal
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075911/00560
 Material Information
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 14, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
notis - ACB2955
lccn - sn 87062268
System ID: UF00075911:00560
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

Full Text
'<:1 ';Jo"r


Tellegll".aLplh1. c News 5erv ce==F reg.n and' roestic--FurJjishedby The. Associated, JPll"e s

...'" .., -

r ; day WEVTHER! ,) and'Monday: Partly; light. cloudy south ;be. Jt1\jaeol. '. 'JOnfnll 16T !YJS \ ;::g:: 1 t :nBt. ,

.. 1


... ,




and Cheered in New "' ..."... ..... .. ..: ', -.'' _' ... I Adopts Report Favoring Reduction
c.: .'" .i:.....""-..-.. .".".... ... '..-.' ii.q'oo-;..,....,..'.' .. Z ;M

fINE York ,Supreme Court at Closeof ii* PARIS AGITATED BY ry Murderer Pretended to Find the I'#* CLYDE LINE STEAMER iif of Acreage in i South 25 PLANNED

But Later on.Confessed t '"
Argument. * fT By Associated Press. ; i- By Associated Press. :;
-- %:! !Paris, Jan. 13.-The Moroe- .: Crime I &: ,Atlantic City Jan. 13.-For O:

RCGERS SEVERELY ARRAIGNED can conference Vntirely posses- i:- % the first time since the Clyde a'f' ,
I Ac- ises the public mind, the d*Far Z line steamer: Cherokee went i RESOLUTION PASSED ASKIN!:: Seven Story Modern Office Build r

languageUsed FOR REFUSAL TO ANSWER :.i ture of the French representa- f* ashore yesterday, grave ,fears s; FARMERS TO SELL IF PRICE Ol
Wire Twisted Around
in I' Xte3\ and the passage ,through Fine Copper ,. are entertained for the safety I 15' ing to Be Letted by t-;
QUESTIONS IN STANDARD OIL I'& Paris of the Italian and German .;I'I'I iiof the vessel and passengers f- STAPLE REACHES. CENTS-,

His Argument. INQUIRY-DECISION DEFERRED I.. delegates serving as' a ; Neck of ,Victim i.slxt; )' in number.\ The wind I W A, Blount. .
I'J topic upon which to base ;1-1 if has Increased to a forty mile f JORDAN AND CHEATHAM RE ..

UNTIL MONDAY. I ?; speculation relative: to tbe out. ;" i'gale and two tugs, which-have f- ELECTED.. -
!e come. Dplomats: guardedly ri- ; FIEND CLAIMED HE WAS DRUNK ie been pulling on the steamer ;;
COMMISSIONERS: 1 & fer to the possibility of the conJ tare lying ten miles off shore TO BE FIRE PROOF
I I"?3 ferenee not succeeding in settling .'; AT TIME: MURDER WAS, COM- & A signal from the vessel 1 after s ,
By. Associated Press. % Morocco's future and ofi,a i'3 o'clock this afternoon salo' t.! By Associa.ted'Press.. \
New York, Jan: 13.-There was acrnnsual 1 i & the situation remaining: exact MITTED BUT STATEMENT WAS fr that all} on board ,were well. 1.: New Orleans, Jan. .-The Southern -
seen In the Supreme Court if ly the same, with consequent t iIt is impossible to launch a ';
Dinted)o by Court Alleged Enemies of the State of New Tory to-day wheu I I & continuation of disputes betven :f. DENIED BY HIS MOTHER, WHO %. boat from the vessel or the {f Cotton Association .adjourne; Construction Will Be of Iron,
Attorney General Hadley. of Missouri,. *-. the rival shore., this afternoon. The conveutio;
of Both Defendants. arguing before Justice Gildereleev powers ; SAID HE WAS PERFECTLY; ii today adopted the report of the com- Steel Marble and Csment.WILL .

f fi on a rule to compel H. II.. Rogers, ol II ............t''I.,...!'."-.0' "':'<'<'".0':'".,.'.. ..".".'.r.-'":".(.."'.....:'..........",-1..!.""' ."..""'_,_.. SOBER. I I J f mittee on acreage reduction favoring, j
i the Standard Oil Co. to answer question I
; in the Missouri stale inquiry Into ,a reduction of 25 per cent from the
JUDGE:; SPEER PROMPTLY TOOK certain oil companies operating I acreage planted In 1901. As ther<: BE PUT UP ON SITE OF

EXCEPTION TO STATEMENT there, was applauded and cheered by By Associated Press Of .were, planted In 1904 thirty two million !- FORMER BLOUNT BUILDING, '
the crowd in the court room as he:POLITICAL MAP Chicago: Jan 13.-MrA. Bessie Hoi-I FORMER HElD D acres, this. means that the assoI -

AND HELD LAWYER IN CON. concluded l an arraignment of Mr.: lister, thirty, years old, wife/of Frank. cation favors the planting of bu PALAFOX AND GARDEN
Refers for the position: he had taken I I
TEMPT-MOTION OF GOVERNMENT during the inquiry- Incision in the I lin Jlollister, of the printing- firm of I. twenty four million acres In cotton. STRIETS AND, WITH EXCEPi

matter was deferred until Monday : Hollister Brothers, one of Ihe largest, this year 1'
TO QUASH PLEAS OF He said Mr. Roger had acted in away 1 'OF ENGlAND of its kind In the city, was murdered A.C. L RY. resolution was adopted asking TION OF FIRST FLOOR WILL BE 'I y

DEFENDANTS SUSTAINED. ::Sirius to of inflam the common'prejudices people and and added pas.II last night! by Richard Ivins, 21 years 1 farmers to pledge themselves to sel EXCLUSIVELY FOR OFFICES. "'

: ; "I am not to blame If be saw*fit old. who had attempted to assault her. if the price reaches fifteen cents a

t:- sow the -wintf; and has reaped the The body of Mrs. Hollister was: pound.

By Associated Press whirlwind of (U.aster." CHANGED found; this morning lying on a pile! of DEAD John Temple Graves of Atlanta Although! the contract has not,, jet"

8a*anus.h..tan.' 13.: -A tensatlonal: I stable refuse in the rear of the Ivins then addressed the convention. been awarded it .115 now an assured t

fcstnri' in I the Greene-Gaynor trial residence at 368 BeMen f avenue." At the afternoon session the ware fact that Hon. W. A. Blount will erect

h-o uxia\ wag the fining of AttorneyI Around her neck was .twisted a fine house question ws discussea and at the corner of Palafox and Garden '

I tr: 'in* for the, defense. one hun NEW OFFICERS OFMAGNOLiA f fI copper wire., Death had been caused resolutions favoring the exten streets oue of the most magnificent
Defeated passed
':1.,i tluliars by Judge Speer for con- A. J. Balfour for Parliament strangulation.. 1 Robert C. Erwin! Well Known in S'on and> improvement of the present seven-story; buildings in( Florida or t; i+

"t. ni ,t'curt.. 11 r. Lawrence was! I -The Liberals Gain Inns, who pretended" t'find the South Died Suddenly in warehouse plans. for that matter In the south. lie now '

f .1.!us I hal the court had exceededr ;I body an1 pored! the fact of the murder :Mr. Jordan was re-elected president' has all the drawings anJ )plans for the

crime. In his confession be claimed whil he had not awarded '
s;i-cia, jury} ommissioners, one of I that
that he was drunk at tha time of the a
the contract for the ejection of the
\\,1.'a T. F. Johnson, clerk of I
'' c q.n and the other \V. S. West, 6v- Associated Press. crime, but this f3- denied" by his own 1 By Associated Press building anticipated doing so in the

.'' ,. Loniloj, Jan. 13.-The English elfo- mother who says he came to the house I Conn. 13.-'Robcrt' HEPBURN two weeks. *
i 1. 4. ":ho has lately been enl TEMPLE tons to-day resulted in a complete I and ate supper perfectly'lober.. I I Saybrook Ja.n. FAVORS next
, l itbitter" political controversy c i,C. Erwin former president of the Atlantic A drawing! of the haudsolUebuilding j

" \y, W O: orn?, :Mr. Lawience's I change in the political map of the i : I Coast Line railway and prominent has been on exhibition' : for several days ,

: e mrtneriA -'; I IWere I empire. I KILLING WAS circles at the book store of J. A/ Walker ant
southern -
in transportation
Former Premier Balfour was d>
I 'nnce stated that ,..'('st **\Vats a li R. R. RATE many hare stopped .to Inspect It. This
Installed Wed I
.. I ? dayjgQ! feated'f'}i je-tlcction.: JUSIIflED: ,,. died suddenly this afternoon of -
' and still is tits open; Public 1 ThE drawing U the work.of F. M. Blouo, s
Liberals gained eighteen seats heart disease, while going-over hU '
.<11.., r i<"'or.ously a\'o\\.d enemy of de- When Enthusiastic Meeting / r son of the"owner, who while designing
game preserves 'here with a friend
"I'uaam l" and l' FOR the building and lading the plans, dif ;,
couns< Judge Speer EALFOUR DEFEATED I
I ; By Associated Press I I He collapsed suddenlyand after a few ;
Was Hell not draw the blue prints thK being: a
the remarks. I Rome up
i.iceptlon to .MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT Ga. Jan. 13.T. Sanford. moments of 'pain 'lied, ,'Mr. Erwin BILL '
1 motion of the o\einrient to!I -,-- who has been on trial for the'past I I ; lone by other parties.Mr. .
I this to look
here morning over "F
came .
, :' Jan. 13.-A. J. Balfouc weekchargtd'\ : with the' murder of i : Blount stated" yesterday afternoon
Rathbone London ,
?h the pi-as!' of defendants tha Magnolia Temple, No. 4, .
his -
property. He'was a representative
' rntnaiusionerb had been invoptr" !I' Sisters held an enthusiastic: and well former prime minister running-on the 1 I George Wright was acquitted: tonight.l' that the building! would be fireproof
The jurywas out eight'hours.After i of the Atlantic Coast Line until
i I attended meeting Wednesday at the and would contain all the conveniences
-;IweJ and that the grand conservative ticket, was defeated for '
I I ten( released Sanford' left
I K of P. hall, when the officers elected !I ; November 21:! last, when he retired President! Satisfied With Amendments -
\hirh re'miiea l.e new indc! !; member of parliament from the east immediately torut1"ta: Ga., accompanied i cf modem, building. It will
. tine a'to, were Installed. i office of
( sonic from the partly on account his
invs tpniporl..' drawn, was Grand Senior Jars, J. F. Williams was: division& of Manchester by: T. G. Ilor- by two brothers. i iSantor.1 be seven stories in heigbth and will 0011-
:' ':ami i fill! the pleas dismissed present and conducted the installation ridge, a liberal and free trader. The I killed George Wright last 1 i health. He was .connected as a director 1 Proposed-Philippine ain: 120 cIGcfs, I in addition to the lo!".
liberal majority was nearly two thousand rumtnar for alleged criminal relations and effiC2r with a large number of
as follows
contain four stores.
who will
of the officers are Tariff in House. er floor, 'wbich
Horsier with ,:Mrs Sanford. Sanford admitted 1 transportation companies. He leavesa i < Up
Lizzie ,
REGISTER OF P, C,-Mrs main entrance to the maainlji-
Millie Up to ten o'clock to-night out of,! on the stand that he killed Wright,but : Tile
I M. R. Long. widow and two sons, one in the Unit-
Garden street.
Tillie DenarV.K. eighteen constituencies from which plead justifiable homlcide.This is the i t : c*nt structure will be on
E. S.-Mrs. I
THE TREASURY J.-Mrs Annie Wicke returns had been received: there were I second trial the first being a mis, pd States arpjy' and another at West By Associated l Press. I I There will, be two ele'aorune ol y
:M. T. -Mrs. A. L. Wilkerson.M. ten liberal gain I trial.;: I,. Point. : Washington, Jan. 13.-Presldeni I which, will be so equipped! that it can f

---- R. C.-Mrs. F.; M. Smith.:' Roosevelt has indicated that he Is in ; arry .:p the heaviest safes or other

B.A.: -sociate Press M. F...-Mrs. Hattii Neville,. rI accord "Ith The House Committee on j material that may b necessary to
U rfsniiuion Jan. 13.-The president Liilie Goss.G. r
, 1 1' T.--trs. in I my parties. who may desire to occupyoffices
-r innounced appointment of O T.-Mis, Ejma Clutter. I Interstate and Foreign Commerce
The entrance:
in the building.
\\ l r \fron. principal of the Quindarc,I Grand Temple RepresentativeMrs. -- Its support! of the Hepburn bill for the
ka 'm'itute. register: of the treasury,. : Emma Clutter. regulation of freight rates. He has will be of. marble tiling and wainaoatmg t
" racivsgui to Jud"on Lyons. I Alternate-Mrs. 'Sylyia Steward. I : had a conference with RepresentativeHepburn : which will make a handsome:

I ippearance and the same material
of Iowa, and Representative '"
will be used in all of the halls,and cor .
fI Esch of Wisconsin, In which be expressed
TRAINS CRASHED I his: satisfaction with the iilors on: : all floors
The flrst> floor will be arranged ,for
amendments the committee propose: :)
our stores, two of which will Wiquare
I to make to the measure. It is expected -
TOGETHER HEAD-ON j .One of these will be on the
I the measure will be reported to the
Garden; and Palafox street
corner *e 3f
I House the latter part of next week and
II mother. uM i Le adjoining, facing Carlen

Special Bearing the "Little Johny Jones" Company to Pensacola I. called! up soon afterward stree- The other two will fairs

I l I 'alafox street.' : The second, third fourth
Collided With a Log Train Near Monroe-, Ala! I 3 1NDlJ1 ARC TARIFF MEASURE fifth, sixth and seventh floors will f

II :xmtain offices, each of which has beet
Early Saturdav Morning.;
.y / Washington. Jan. IX.-Then*. were so arrant: as to give thorough ven'I-

-- 'I I nine speeches in the House today ou ation, the corridors and hall haviuj
posed io Pensacola. When about /4 the Philippine: tariff bill. Six favored with view of giving
tLL ESCAPED ; been planned a :
WITHOUT INJURY. sixty.miles! from: Selma! and J just as the hm 1 and three were opposed.
EXCEPT THREE LADIES, WHO! the train was rounding'a' curve at / Among those!; who favored t the bill! were; each occupant of an office plenty ot

5:10 o'clock Engineer Bojhtcii; salt { 1 il Mr Games!l, of Tennessee, and Mr. resh air.
ARE SUFFERING FROM THE a leg train approaching: at almost full l Thomas, of North Carolina: who included -i On the seventh floor will be the law

speed. He shut off steam and put on a: pica for the sonhern: farmer i offices of mount & Blount. This floor
SHOCK AND THE COMPANY, the brakes, then leaped from the en demanded reciprocity to benefit I '
embankraentThe I', Ull! be somewhat different from tha
sine, rolling '''down the seed oil Industry.
ALTHOUGH MISSING MATINEE,\ engineer and flreaian1' of the los the ".. others, owing to the fact that the firm

APPEARED LAST NIGHT. train did likewIse end all escapee l ISL. kill! occupy a large portion of that
i '
without injur-; I: : ? ESTILL IS OUT lour, InIt will be arranged zo as to r,

-- Came Together With Cra. ''. b convenient for the firm and also Xoiccommodate
t dd 4r' 1 r r"i r >
rh members If the "Little Johnny :I The two engines came together::' llrr I d + FOR GOVERNOR : the new library which

":"'nee' Theatrical Company, 'which I' with a crash, and this was toe first i I will be installed! by the firm and whk-:

v-i' i the i board at the Pensacola intimation that the theatrical troupe. I I ail be cne of the largest and moat:
, ., tad that there had been" a ,
J Press in the :o:1th.I : .
. pause. last night suffered an. of orders fur the trams. By Associated i omplete
'M*, 1PiPe eterda>. morning which The engine of the special left the" Savannah, Ga., Jan. 1-J.::: II Ebtill I'I The ii': t two stories of the structure
a ai> nut hK News, will be stone, while tbe remainder
,, 'l\l to forget for many rails' and toppled: ,over on its s\ae editor of th- Savannah Morning .
'i. The experience was in the,: rollif,* down the enibaakinent. The i t lo'day announced h.s-candld&ey for governor -:: "till be of pressed brick with copper
: a
alIIor l a heaJ-on collision between engine of the lo? traIn was aisotl.s of Georgia He-, is the fifth candidate I Bronzed cornices.!
;(t' 'tat lJt arIT.,; the company: and a raitcj'! as were also four cars {) tt announced for the democratic i: The interior: will be of iron and stetiiIrders

" ::ain and although all escaped which! came next to Use engine. in( M 1 r nomination, the others being! Hake i,I ; steel column and cement
WI'h I'Uree exceptions, the esaa track was also torn cup and other tom'.t Smith.. Clark: Howell. of the Atlanta I loon. with iron and plaster partitions
a I of thC;: and I that there will be nothing combuvIble
l1arl'Hone. : damage: done, the baggage car Constitution Judge; R. B. Russell! so
w lib Banding the accident, the theatrical company belt's damaged u JamesV.. Smith I in the building; except toe doors M,
:UJI'ached the city yesterday and false floors which go over the

noon m ample! time to put on its I! some extent Pensacola.As .t 1 ,f1.; if ,BIII rig +,u!1 rti !I tment floors. il ,

,,,performance, although the Doctors From MORALES ABOARD The steps from the first to the acv 1;'
*.ich had been advertised I soon as the news of the \\"rck nth flair will be of marble, except ,
a:'_adoned. : reached Pensacola, Chief Surgeon i .- the risers which will be of iron.

Near Monroe, Ala.Wl'OCk Renshaw, and Assistant tr'urgean: Pier' i 3-i 3i .-r OF U. S. S. DUBUQUE! The !builaing has been arranged: for ; t
I to rcn
train .rW well as
and comfort as
I pont left on a special! onveniencd
,' occurred near Monroe,I der any assistance to the injured tha: I afety ad !its beautiful design will.
'Ub'-> on 'In Southern Alabama divi-I might be necessary. -uP n their witt-arrival By Associated Press I when COL1tlt,>ted, add greatly to the ,
of )ne i I., L N The company however, they found: that of the city.
" I then San Juan. P. R. Jan. 13 gunboat : ppearance ;
\I0,. in Selma the night pre the exception of come bruises whoa Dubuqae which, is outside this Its construction will cost the owner a .i
I L and in order to make Pensaoia I were only three sufferers all ot reported by wireless, this, afternoon -! everal Hundred thousand dollars, but
,1 mt for the afternoon matinee who were ? port[ the :
": I were ladies and "ffS: that former President Morales, 'ensacola's future justifies eree-
1 red a special train from Selma',more from the shock than Domingo, is aboard lu.tfet- lon of such a building at the present ;
Pnsacola! This special went out The member of the, company of Santo will be known as the Blount
s'' cause. ankle. A navy Ime. It
St sprained 1
' :ma sterday morning at an were all asleep at the .time ot UXClS SAM-IT'S BEEN SO LONG;SINCC.WE HAVE HAD-A' WHITE HOUSE WEDDING ilL HAVE TO ing with ambulance a Is waiting to conrey uilding and will be owned exclusively
aunt in charge Conductor hospital
P" of t-* i
an t the hospitaL by W. A. Blouat.
ana him to
I.Ia1 JU4 Engineeriark Boghich; Continued; on Third Page.). PRACTICE THIS WEDDING MARCH UP A BIT. ,
4 dear track it was sup
R' :
\ ,"

e ,. ... :,. ',' ., i 4' : :; ,., ? > : :. iial? "- ''Ct.$' "fl." ,:'., ,' "" : ." .f ::-,.:,Jr1.t ';;;; :,, f ,- :: I ., x

:k- i.Y".t ;'ri' :<<. ,= "" "',_ 'r r.I' .!Wt.ktJJIIJi jJl. K :t', ",' '."" J Ja kst;- ,1 "- .ca a dea "

< ",,! ,l .,, ,, .J. : .. ." ,- "''f i ,:-: ... -
[. ,, ,n.,1. "'
": 'r-' -, <" ,'., :
1-i- ; .
.,: \

.,.'! ,

...-- : ."t -
I, .. .

i t. : '.*AGE TWO ....' R YftE. :PxE ISAC. Y'A ::JOUR, NALn U.Jtg.l; -Y t w.aRMING, JArtuARy 14, 18oo ';, '- ri
-- -'--=-
=- -.

v,,, Y Jr ii k ,. -- -i----i: '1Ib
; 4 tiC .w T4 r t'oat:+t'an: .Yaanw :

h 1 1: DAY lODGE, 15O5 i I Liver should It is properly highly and Important perform Kidneys their that these functions.organs! i AMUSEMENTS, }1II!| Pensacola's Bargain Center. The' Biff'' Store} ((}) '! '. li.

When they dent, what lameness of' the' ,
r, :it ,
t J lNSTAllS.NEW side and back, what yellowness of the skin :f $ ,'Hi 2* ; d&ft* *iJ"r ,*** '"* *: I
i what constipation: bad taste in the mouth I
: I sick headache, pimples and blotches and '
loss of courage tell the story. Last Night's Play. I I by JO l1lY'j C QdWIL There is little! MIlIlthit n Departilh1eilt==M011daY0(
j i 1 The great alterative and tonic I Ceo. M. Conen's' "LitUfe Johnny {, either in the'role: itself or the man whoIs Il"Y
I, Jones" :s thf musical comedy hit.>.of' nowplaying!: it to call for praise.. la;

t OFFICERS Hood'sSarsaparilla 1 the season, and i In one feature parti-t'fact, the rarf> could vb dropped ea-: Special Sale of Ladles' Ready to=Wear Hats, worth ;from,75c '
t cularly is ciaracteristica'ly '!rely and npf !bfe'serio'usly' missed. \ ,. 6 \C}
__ ___ (
each ,
1 As of thebes : to 32.09 extra special .. :. ,------ ---------- >
!| Gives these organs vigor and tone for the there It, 'action enough "cohen-1 =\ 'whoje {hc p'ay is one .
:! proper performance of their functions and comedians (not foil Cohens) j *, th'at ha)tb&'h here o:- that will bo' Not on sale before eight.Spdail ,.. -
The curtain last night was a littia here this (gasofpan'd t the hotistrhioifi! ; : '
all their t :.. ,
cores it
ordinary ailments. Take
.I Interesting Meeting of the Lodge I late in rising, owing to the delay of j wltnesse'l it last nishr!: is cue of the/ -

:d .,'Was Held Friday Night With j getting the company the scenery in reaching\Into the the house.city and No1 I, l largest slzce l the_ECSECS: opened '",. J'; ''' ['==AililTrilmmedliiatS9; I Half! I 1 J JWast P&

Nick's Buffet and one had i been seriously injured In the M. Paul Jones Will Play; .% .' .... _
=r ::r ,
of th A musical: for the beneft cl ,
Good Attendance. wreck and only three members, concert: ,
: -',- y.

l I Restaurant + \ and Watch" for Our Big Cllgauauuse Sale I

-- -
L ; $ Bay Lodge. N o. %505. Knights of! f -
Honor installed the newly elected officers is the only place of its You Will Save Money.WULLIIAMJOUNSON.
I bind in Pensacola. in fact
-- -
i t i :- Friday night as follows: It is !

,R. D.- Ke se-Dictator.X. I I I r

-E-llson-Yice Dictator A'Pride ":. :' ')J.?. :i. : .; & SON,
; ,
t :': -,' : ."
to ;
1 Alfrran
; :Assistant Dictator j /};,. t ...
' Is Jno. L. Pinney-Representative., ; r ,. : :>
; : S1r2U
i! Le ails E. Brooks-Financial Repre4entatlve. -I Pensacola.Larger. i : : :: ,--c- __u__ _, ,_-- ,--- --,------ ,- - _

d i ; J Forester claims! ; fcr iris new" mvulcal1camcdy ;: ''

,'Thos. F. Wrighton a6urcr. cities ca'nno, : "Bankers & Brokrs isch' CONSOLIDATED GROCERY CO

s; E. D Eldridge-Guide..E. boast of a better equippel t, he will present Yorke Adams ,
a, place. The ervice !Is the
D.1 : .
/ best that can b? had.Nick 2f; the opera horse: next! Friday
j;. I -eUson-Guardian MAIN OFFICB. JJ I 8KA2CCHCS::
'On this occasion.! Vcr ic t; .\can:5j% : ]

'*A. A. Wrighlon; -Sentinel. I t I ; ., \:11; : ] rsake: ..ier: first apcaraacfu: I -
JaeuunYllle, Florida. a RaTinnah, 'ianipa, Per; : .
N. A. Xeiison, T E. Welles. II. A1fsn'an [ Apostle Proper ,.,sTM lti: !; city as :stars and thr T.-I11" be ,
-- ----"
turrrmded: by a company of sixty'
lw Y
.i Report of Grand Dictator Wrighton I n ;,t f ,s,, five people.!
CAPITAL $500,000
oft his enthusiastic reception by the I I "Bankers & Brokers" is the faint:: PAID ,
ii ; other lodges K. o! II. through the state I I +?o sA-
K. a a r rock of George: Tott?n Smith ana':
i and the many new members being added OF P. TO HOlD I The Consolidated; Groftrj cjap&ay u enc estor to the C. B. Robes
,to the order, was received. Four Aann Hoffaan, and has proved very I Company of Jacksonville; tne Florida Grocery Company, of JacksontU'r'
st'fcessiul!'; wherever it has !acedplayed
N&val Siorea and Commission
new applications were received by Hay tne grociry branch of the Florida Company
and no doubt the, verdict, 'villa,; branch If the Mutual! Naval Stores
Lodge. It the'grocery
M is proposed to celebrate the!i of Jackioaville: ; Compaay: a
quarter century since the institution' I If )br> the some after it has been seeaj I 1'1 cKeuurile! the grocery brunch of the: Gulf N&.val Stores Con,ar.*,' 01!
. r of Bay Lodge by an open meeting with!I I A DISTRICT in this city. The comedy is in two I ttibpa; ice &TVceQ"\branch, of tae uu Naval Stores Coopaay. cf Pensacoa: *
?,cts and the scenes are laid In' a
' appropriate exercises and ceremonies, tfie grocery branch of the West Coast: Naval mores Company of Pet>saco.i':
krown Broker's office in Wall Street, *
eA' July 19th, 1906. It being: the first : the grocery branch o the Southera Naval Stoics Company,4of Savannah.:
s .,. New York and at the Casino GroiUid.rr Will In Heady and Light Groceries
t ti? lodge; instituted.in Florida-an invitation handle everything Grain D'mesa
will rr jlm B?ach. Florida. and Imported Groceries. Turpentine Tool, etc. State Agents for the Whiti
t bo sent to all the lodges in' mIs While the music is of the popular I !
the '' I Hickory Turpentine \VagoTi
state to be MEETING
present by representa
style it is said to be above the aver I
tees.I .
f age found in musical comedy. Xo expense
I has ben spared in staging this C. M.COVINGTON J,1ANAQER

1 Rev. Carlisle PB., Martin, L. L. D. ; pay! the. costumes were des '1nE'd by 1(: : ; PE S/.r.OLA'BRANCL' ,
,i "' Arrtie Gann .and the scenery paInted'
0 f Waverly. Texas writes: "Of a' ,
i H l aligning: when first arising. I often At t Milton N Thursday and Special -l ,. a aI i by John Young.
:find troublesome of"" A) a B.: L. MALL & CO.Will
a collection I
r '' phlegm which produces a cough and Is I Train Will Go from Imperfect: Digestion..

I I nutrition and in consequence SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
, very hard to discharge; but a small ;, Means: i-ss
t i quantity of Hallard' Horehound Syrup Pensacola.The 1 less vitality. Whn the liver
i will at once dislodge it, and the I fails to. secrete bile, the blood becomes j I, QUARTS

I I trouble! !is over I know of no medicine i(loaded with! bilious properties the djgtstlon !-I I -, .-.0 F...-

that is equal to it, and it is ItO pleas- Knights of Pythias will hold a HARRY BROWN, AS DAVID HARUM I : becomes impaired, ,anj the!!
'' aat to take I can most cordially district meeting! in Milton on Thursday j bowels constipated. Herbine _'tll-re?- RYE -
o .mend it to all persons nt> rec-1 ,jtlfy this: it JiVES tODe'to the' ;tomac .1' .
-i medicine for throat or limit trouble.: January ISth. at 8 o'clock p. chorus were absent from their places. Christ G"burclr Sunday school will be) j l liver and ,dneys.l strengthens the .ap.tetlte. : $3.60. ,
/ The members of the Pensacola The play is full of life bubbling ovi given at Library Hall Wednesday clears and improves th? "coin- Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You
have 01'1 with it, .uul the'music is all tuneful as I night; beginning at S o'clock.. Mr. M. !exioT: \ intisse new life and!:-vigor to get yourgdods
chartered a special: train for p
t well as ('at hr. -There' isno particularly Paul ,Jones whoseatelijrhtful music the whole font em. 50 cents' bottle*. the, same'day order 'is received;, Give us a trial
I occasion which will leave the work or heavy ell! Ftnsaoolians enjoy so keenly will .:
strong druggists. -
a I i bal1 '
sold! ? order. B. L. HALL & CO. Magic Fla.
. L CARYVILLE j1 depot at t:30: o'clock and return immediately max;s. but l tyerc is plenty o!' )'1Dpho y i I lp"y, and Miss Mallory Miss) White ),, ,
after the meeting adjourns. and a spirit that never drags for an| Miss Maclay, and 1lissnderson will New Suits Filed. -- -- -

yd instant.! a.l"be on the program. The public 1. "Tho. new'suits filed I'HOJt'SJ.
This following were
I meeting promises to be'cry i : .',
i j Wrn. Keouch, the"Un I.nown.tlot'i is cordially iivited' and is assursd'V: office'
Special The not:I :yesterday in the of the clerk
to Journal.CanvUlf' .
and number
interesting a large of "
Jan. 13.-W. F. Wood play the tt'e: role! bu he is neverthe- rare treat. <, of.'the (' rcu1t 'court: NEW'METHOD 'LAUNDRY
', { president i of the Geo. E. Wood Lumber Pythians willbe in attendance, Prom-| lPrs the chief character in the plan:I : FJ$h?r Real Estate Agenpy, vs. Anidrew -
Co. and his sister Mrs F. ineat members of the order will be and .it would require a "m 'an disposition" I'.i WatringtonConcert. 8"'''i = and .A. K: Lewis foreclosure: of :

.;c Mcadowcroft, of Chicago arrived present and make addresses. The success yrevent t anyone from enjoying;i,! T're musical concert at Warrn:; ;: iJ,!. m6rta5; ? : .Bloan| & Blount,: attorneys
Caryville last Wednesday n'l him He is typical of tae: part be plays to-morrow night tor the benefit of the. for rJiilntilfs1"} c. w. LAWREIVC,Pr.arletaa Nil J Wks' ftanavi St. .Pta ?l3, Fit
'"I of the meeting held in Pensacoa! | I t! ,
and are tho guests of Mr. and ---- -- '- ------- ---'-- --
in the early part of Dec mber has"
J. C. Anderson.
Mr. Wood is here in
the* Interest of the large mill plant 1 created reJ'lewed.esthusldsm in the order t

r cne of the most extensive and best ;, and District, Deputy Grand Chancellor 4 You Have Malaria ;
I T _, ,
juippi' plants of its kind in they Scott M. Loftin i is assured that t
state of Florida. The new brick dry!
the Milton meeting will 'be an even
kijn will soon be finished and several ,
tew boilers have been added:! together'' greater success than the last. All .
with a complete outfit of new band''Ifll1'S Pythiaus are invited to attnd. r :H J }RBIN: ] '

\ In the planing department not! e

1 + only increasing the capacity but giing \- k ..
Bilious? Feel heavy after. dinner? t
work to a 'much larger force.
' Every department of the entire mill' Tongue coated? Bitter taste? Complexion 'WILL CURE YOU

"'' li.; complete in detail The rapid! sallow Liver needs waking
t .!handling of lumber from the time the up. Dean's Regulets cure bilious at M 1r CORESLIVER \
"' logs l..a'ft.he water and enter the' tacks. 25 cents at any drug store.

, ; mil] is with perfect ease. It can also TROUBLES

be said that every one who wants to;
; 'work can find employment in the department -< BEST FOR ,

i Jews from the districts ) >
comes farming i "3, ,
l tr of Washington county that the!
die ; pest year was prosperous. Corn such I Ic
i '. to The Journal. PRICE: 50 CENTS
tnt to supply most of the farmers

and to make the coming crop is oa Brent Jan. 13.-We had thin Ice on ALL UEUGGISTS.

J jfcand, pork enough has been saved to Tuesday; morning! :, and rain with t uT4' .. -
s '-- -- '
c last several months. Enough cottonilia's --
it t been sold in excess of liabilities der and lightning Thursday afternoon S6TREAD ADVERTISEMENT. .

'1 t.*, largely assist !in paying the farm Our rainfall in winter is usually light, n

l ere taxes. Hence it can be safely but we are now having weekly excesses

'' ; ; '-al-G" that 1905 closed prosperous for'' for farming interests.
toe farmers! il
i An'old colored resident living a feet

l I miles out in the country, known r. J

v .I INTRINSIC METHODS 'j "Tom Samuel." died suddenly 1* r.J .
4 11 j week and was buried at Oakfield. R r

V was a sell to do man and comforta:

'. i i SAYS )W. H. WHITE &. CO. IS WHAT i yea'i WIaI SkT !

f r i MAKES VINOL POPULAR. he has ben hauling in fuel and coun.I RCS1E! AND THE "ROSE BUDS" WITH YORKE & ADAMS. I III

t't f I try products to the people of Pensa-, 4.FULL A LOGICAL APPEAL O YOUR INTELLIGENCE.

i cola. i '
' -The Intrinsic merits' of this new -so typical In fact that he plays ii St. 'John's church building fua.iporaises ff"QTS."OLDRYE":
i cod' liver oil preparation, Vinol. aid I "Tom" was only spared through a i like lift i'.se'f. and, that I Is saying a to be one of the most ?: Djjoyable. -' We believe; ANY MAX will jfuage his pnrchait :r

a member of the above firm "is beginning >! two month honey-moon after his last: good deal.Miss :. x; affairs ever alien there.! A II COTTAGE HILL ij Wh .ke.throagban intelligent regard for his it r ath.:
. to be realized by the people marriage.The : HelenjDexter ,.jwho plays a Jpecial train will I leave the city at 7 'DR We JeXOthat ANY man is TOO intelligent to bu: un u
itation whiskey after he discovers he l her
t has :!
Pensacola. Of course in position of which! she 'clock will return after the coir- .wt
y ci my I Interesting reminiscenses of the I triple role, in one part and 4FUL'L "tricked." The crusade again tacln1teratl"t1 artu-Ic*.
: as a druggist I base seen innu- appears as an English ear!, Is pot only i cert. i
of food and drink has thi
b.our. oldest been pronounced that
'I and past century as pruned Special to The Journal. so
P rarable medicines proprietary a haIdiOme'omsn, but she has a l -
'' arjicle)! introduced but never In tnyk ;: Inhabitants for The Pensacola Journal:voice: and a stage presence which ar?I I David Harum. }: Miss CoteRta! Wamn!,.er, of Bickni'.UIn "OiDCOBN"WHISKEY bayer THOROUGHLY has learned before the acceptinjr importance? the of claim i invtstijpti of an:'::

>nir experience have I ever known ort I I remind tie that I have reached the I II charmingly! captivating. I!I I The long Sited production of |t Is ending the winter with h:'r1 i I 'l dealer. We CHALI.ENCK investigation. You. cav

heard of a medicine that would pro-, great future held in joyful anticipation: "Litle! Johnny Jones," t tie title rolj.:"David i Karum" will i be made at the': brother D. A Warm pIer. > Expresa;: 'Prepaid lie too critical to suit us. Our Famous Old-fashionr'.

4' ,dure more beneficial results than VI.I through my early life. i which has been played until ri ricently! opera house Tue ',:'ay; evenins. ',I II The following were those in to any Whiskies are far removed from the possibility of c_'t-
# roj,. t ; by ( eo. Cohen himself, Is now fHlf'1I It is almost needless to add that among point in.the iciim. They are a. pure at !> uurr'" own inzred.rntan
this the fact that VIxoj \ The incidents of reconstruction by I,I South read nuke them,and
1 attribute to The attendance at the funeral of Rev W. J, j TRCLT AGED by TIE; They are MEI.UJW
the} crowded. play
,, be :
house will ; ,.
by Sol or PatarastsSrsmcuyALLY PURE. No household' f ho>l.d *' d
contains in a concenarated form the Indian stories, with
t Col. Harvsy! ; -- I Is divided: into three acts and the: Hahn, who pass: d away Sunday morning Adams Lases without tJxtn. Shi! ,:ed in plain namarkcd package A) >'
all :the medicinal elements contained I' Dade massacre by Mr. W. E. Anderson Bank .nd Com .
t'a the APPEARING OLD. ascending curtain will show an erJ; : Mrs. Meade Wilgon, Mit3 thus Agencies' ao4 KxpresCo.f endorse Our
In cod liver oil, actually taken from : tLc first Christmas ball by $ ab.otueretiah0itytsahouaeholdward. Re-nit r Eiprf"
terror location "
beir' 0
, t seen?. the 'Hult't'e. 1rs-Dlt'k: Whltf'-Mr- 3 4., P. O. Money Order or p.xcl'.aut1: current it AtlaoU.
fresh coas: livers but without a dmpotoll Prof. Allen, and Mr. Trimmer's por ( ,, _
I Acts as a Bar to Profitable Employ-:,;: yule X. Y. "David Ha ram's" bank i iis e A Irifll OftJ?Ifl t A tvg rIIIAn-f at onstf m rr,
or grease to nauseate and upset trayal of pioneer: life when the transportation -' : ,on one side of the road and: Avnt|,Mrs. Brews, Mr. and Mrs. Chahevey s
-+ the stomach, and it contain no sickI Industry was teaming with j ment.I Polly Biibee's house on the othrj i Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Beall.! Mr Zunk THE R. M. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.

cuing drugs. ox-trains across the Rocky Mountains I You cannot afford i -A. prominent physician writes: breaking pathways for the coming iron !: In CJesc days of strenuous competition which shelters Harum'a iorsei. and Mr. Massengal:: of RE V ENuBQl lgK
'Vh of is the most valuable prepare- communications improving !i it is necessary to: maintain, as, : Mrs. Smlih and daujhte'r.! Miss Nina _,
such are -
i horse- i i AH of the characters come on quietly -
lion of cod liver oil known to medi I| the literary tons of The Jour..!! long as possible ones youthful. ap- : aa.j, Haru: maket his first appearr'lance who spent Xrw Ytal' 'Iii Peasacola, re4|

duet It Is of untold value to create nal _'hf already compares with the I i p.-arance. i! as he drives into the barn bE'I -' turned home the following Wednes ,,--- ;- - -
strength and build up the general( "double extras" of the north. The| It i is impossible to ''do tbislIb!>ut :I i hind that pesky= (critter the bayhos t :; ,....... _
; luxurious 'growth of hair. lI ..'. :: .o ''" .. .. "' ". ,- J'
wt"ak'omf'D retaining a .b'I .
system for old people i forecast cf the weather Is now given 1 I!The" second" act shows the! *!' It tin::: day.Mrs. *r. 4'K"'ArR.rllh r 4.T And children and it has no equal for n I 1 The presence of Dandruff indicates J. A. Lesse, of Boone Iowa. ::
in a pleasing manner but the market 1 room of Aunt Polly's house on Chrisr'nas -
lard colds bronchial and all lung af'|I prices of country produce and the!( which the presence lives and of thrives a burrowing on the germ root I.'! morning. There are three sides', and Mrs. E. C. Berky and four children!: I WHO MAKES YOUR CLOTHES ? !

1 t: salons"Ther:? are hundreds of people!I j schedules of passenger in vain..>r conveyances,.| of the hair until, it -causes total bald-,i of Harnm's character includes shown! and a tht'! of-Salida, Col. are visiting: their mother -,
still sought supper:jng .company num-j
are Mrs W J. Hahn. and other relatives !
3 PensacoJa who can testify : tiESS ;
right here In nothing ,equal to i\1 It begins to look probable now that ''NewbnS's IterpicidS is th j onlr-; ., br of well} known player Harry:, % Why sot hiv them bum tight here el home where you 1
that thE're.,1s we whose hairs are whitening withI I I this and it Brown the. comedian, for years a1] cu: bin till eta ? f
pest Z
knowndestror of privilege and whit want
make rich..red bloo to increase ; I' try-on let you
Vlnol to I live; to be convicted of having 'celebrity In the comic opera world! Mrs..: Meade Wilson visited here Sunday -
I age may ; !fc it -delightful to
stomach as effective as
the appetite, cure meridian of usefulness > will assume the role of "David! ;
{ | and
our ,
passed S".
t troobles.to give the 8.led.strength!; build and up the renewedvttUty rundown -f I and consigned to the executioner of'(, \ Herpicide takes an'elgant har, I'' Hanrm." -\- __ : ; II f fI ',Mr, Adams visited: relatives here 1 THE' REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY I i

tired and debilitated, make theweak the hopelessly ,insane; the mortally dressing as well as Dandruff (Ii reo I, Sunday x ,
wounded', the fatally diseased'unbe: =there is none. "Bankers &. Brokers. turning out swell ,,: "'
cure chronic coughs Accept no substitute .I j' are aoms clothes. Should you need a su1! :L > :?
olds and strong.build up the convalescent lievers In the "pnljsst": religion politicians FQr sale by W; Ai "D'Alemberta' ."i l Catchy music, a tangeable Ftn t >.t' Don't think that piles can't "be w at their paee! ,'No. 11 North Palafox stietl. They are shun us *a *

"We freely offer to.return. : your, of-the other"nartie!?; And;murderers nrugglst'and'apnthecarp'! ;'J21V SouthPalafox /l jveity girls-TiIn 'a'reynllft etunnin1! ';' taitumCacAmedians."That' cured." Thousands of obstinate cases elegant line of Brings and Trousering, and at prices that: w::. f't|
not recommended" to: 10c In'stampsfor funny,
where Vinol who are (f street, offend tempt IOU to buY < -
money In every case Igwrantee.TV ." mercy! I sample to The Herpicide Co. Detroit. 'I startling scenic! and electric' 'effects,have been eured'l{ +y Doan s &Jtm n /, *

fairs, II.. White Try it&on Co.,this druggists THOS. Mc IL'No j Mich. "'i -. } arc a few. of the things that B. ;.,50 cenU at, any drug store ,.1 _... _..i.r ..- 'fa.*" 1I1ffi 'Jr f t5** >




,. i "

._ .tJ._,, 'r-Z'? r.Ai: "'- -" ..
', -t. J." ;.fl" "p- '
: _
; :
t. '.f. ?:; ; > .' .! 't. \

F .

I _'__ -- -- ... -- r PAGE'THREEWe i:j
-- ---- -- --
--- ---- -
I ii--- r f a -

., :

I I are doing things, byh ves. !j jI r SPECIAL :: : it)

.. ::1.

; It's glvingtau, liklfllie profit f .

I ( s O .S'to close out:f: Heavy goods MOfldaYBargains. t

lltt half the usu.ltlme.1 U___ ::1:1II;

.. .

(!j 'i

I :at -

Yes and We Are You ; f i I .: ,

Giving :i 'f : ". .. '. !1

The Largest Half, Too. II IIIt n -1:8": ( BUSY STORE t to I'

will pay you to come in and inspect our stqck, and investigate II I' -. I'

.. j
r.: 'I

this proposition for yourself. I! ". .. :?1.'I, ;' : : .. >,: ;' .;) .< .' .: ;' -;.: .; "" ,.

; 11If{.. .' .'1. ..,f" :. .... ft,. '.. .;. '. .i-\?i.. ,
; l
1 ': Z .... .-,.:. .." : : ,' ; .' : : ;:: ';-;' : \.,, ?l : : f

20 OFF 1I :: : <; :\:SmaII Wares '
,F at Small Prices* \ :.- ;) : j

I t. /: .. .. .
Hats Bath 5<;. Aluminum 1 Thimbles.. "to go for.. ., .-. -.. .. .4 ..,.,.....-,24c,} ISc English Bristle Tooth Brushes. ., .. .... ....'. ;. ..'T..;;...12cICc ,
on Clothing, Smoking Jackets, Robes, I .5e Sandow .Needte: point Pin*.!o ./ ... ,. ,, ../ ...,...;... 3c Box Peerless Hair Pins for, ? .. \.l H '? ........H.;.10c I .
3c 'Horn Collar i3uttons! .- per;'card._.,:? .. ? .. 1 ":-i.. ....... 4c Best 15c Kid Curlers, per package. .. ..'.. .', .'. '.. .? 9c I
and Underwear. Sc; Box -Assorted' Hair Pins.,-:,. .'... .. ,'_" ....:...............5c 15c: Tracing .W heels! .special.! s ...?. ...: ....; r..*. ... :..10c 1 \ '
.: lOc Kid Curleri-vperpackag: .. ... .:..<."....,...'..>... ,.J.-...,...5c 13c Extra Quality Finishing. Braids.. ,...?:l .. .... 9c l
: '. Thimbles.. '.... ... ... .... ...... .. ,.. .... ..,. f
.' :. .8 .Steei v. ". ?.. .5c 25c: Extra Fine Bristle Tooth Brushes., .. .. ... .. .. 15c t8c it
.:' i -Bunch of1Ficishjng.Braid.j..i\ .V ..... ...:.. ".'I,-" ......5c Best; 5c Toils Soaps special.. ; .. .... .. .'. ;.4:; '&
15* OFF ,. Ion j'' lOc Jet Head ,Hoo1.Pins<. ,.;..;.'/_:;.- .::.:.:.:\ ;.;'. ..f.:!... .5c Best lOc Fine .Toilet Soaps; 5pecfai. .. .. "... 8c I'tt
: '
.: .
: ;. ia' '. :. ,-, i

Shirts, Hosiery and Neckwear. :;'I ,:' ;3 Iew Embroideries :and Laces at Special Prices. '1 ]

Money saved is money- made. Come in and let us help. you ; .' ; '':/ Ladies Muslin Underwear Bargains. "r'.: If

I .' ,. .

make a few dollars. ; 20c Embroidered Muslin Corset Covers for. ,f ..... ... .. ...t5c35c 65c Tucked and Ruffled Gowns Monday. ? .. ? ? ? ?,...49c ,1:
: Tucked and Embroidered Muslin Corset Covers for.. .. ..23c 75c Lace Trimmed Gowns to go; at.. .r ..' .. .... ...-.. .....59c '!
I t 59c Tucked and Embroidered Muslin Corset Covers for. .. ..43c $1.00 Gowns, Embroidered and Hemstitch Tucks for ... .. ,.75c .1''
4ttc Lacy Trimmed Chemise to go at.,, ,. .. ...'. .. .. ,.29s $1.39 Gown. Lace and Embroidery Trimmed for,. .., .\ .95c t
50c Lace and Embroidered Chemise to go at... .. .. .. .. .. .35c $1.50 G9wn. Lace and Ribbon Trimmed for.. .... ., ..__ ..$1.19 + J
; TA11DARD [OTHIl1GfJ:0 ( The Embroidered and Hemstitched Ruffle Chemise for. ? ? ..5Oc" .: ... .. it.
$1.00 Embroidered. and Ribboned. Chemise to go at.. .. .. .. .75c ALL OUR FINEST MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SPECIAL PRICES i}

J t
L tie: '7.< ." IE

.'. ': .;..' Great Blanket and Comfort Sale.Ii 5r : ( ;

.. -- .' ... ..> ." -' .:. it

.. -. ; I 10-4 "Blankets, '73c 'value, :per pair.... .. ? ... IIavy-$1.00! Comforts to go at., .,. .. .. .... :.7 ,:: .\:,......:.75cL39 h
1 $1.00 10-4 bargain at. ,. ..69c, $ H h.kn4 Extra large Comforts for:. ..' ;. I/ :. .. ..'..93s ':
TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TOJAPAN :b&; :York; :;, A. BUJLch., FJopda{ _. ; E. .. Blankets a great .. .. -. ,.-". .. .'..4.(..M.-. Best;; $l.5Q Comforts, special....'. .*. ,.. ., I.. ,. .! '..' .. .. .. ;:.$1.10 \ .
ud. man_ <-nunttxofptional:: \V."Gro33, H. A. Wolff. Chicago. $ (10 11.4"Blankets?special I ..' .. $13 *' '
r naptrior. g World : TRAIN CRASHED'ITOGETHE : : : $1.73: Comforts best Cotton Filled! for.. '.... ;. ..\ ". . $19 t,
III'Annual 11\ta-\.Ici'Rtall'rui Full Tours, tel Around 8. Programme tw: ::I 4 .$a.{l0 all I Wool 1 0'! Blankets thoroughly scoured and shrunk $..(0*Comforts; Extra large and good special. .'. ,. '" '.. $1.n i
II ''t
If you've never given your deserts _.. .. '
X t re-' i special. ._ $3.69 $ .0 Comforts.t&uper.lor quality for; ? ? .. ? ? ?$|..93r
FRANK C. CLARK, 96 Bway, New York. the famous "Blue Ribbon Fla'or"there : 11
is a Ask for Blue Ribbon! Vanilla, and 1 .' ;r

RING C. L.: McVOYPii say it. plain. .., .... ... ; ., .r .. ..- : fi

n..*.:.. 1Nritrrnmfatna Take toanyparl advantage tliBCltj.of to.t''ialty.:Mettbeinfrbrap. i'Uilhorrd I TheVorld's WHITE Best ROCK Table Water .. '. .f' -....:!;. ..;:i,."., Special I Dress Goods S a I e. ../ .5." I i

I .
. Awarded the Gold Medal Paris; 1900 .. b .
I .Grand prize, St.. Louis 1905. .NERD 33- inch All Wool'ldine Suitings.all. colors, worth 50c. on Mon. $1.50 Broad Cloths and Liberty Prunellas, choice colorings, Mori-' H E
TERSELY TOLD e' FUN day..... .. .':_-i. ,'.' .,.-...... ...,. r-, .. .'---. ,.-, ?.. ....'... ....,.395 day .. . .. ... .. ... '". .... .,. .1.. _Ir:. .... ...,93c; ;i:
I 1 Jot of 73c: Mohair uitings and .Fancy Tweeds; newest styles 1 ,
IGNORANT WOMAN ( ,...) .Monday.. ... ..'.- .+. ./.*. ... ... .--. .. ... ... ,. .........,. .49c 15c Flannelettes and Outings choicest styles, Monday" .. .. ...9t/ c :
.1 One: lot.of 50-inc"h Wool Tweed Suitings, regular $1.00.and $1.23. '. Best lOc and 12VJc Outings Monday.. -.. .. .. ..' .. .. .. .7ie! :
r'iarof lion .i. E.niniett Governor Wolfe Broward., private leaves see-, ,]lision andwith their heads towardsthe : 'qualities',' Monday'.. ..:. ....... .... .... ?;.. .... ;.. : ....59c One lot of lOc Outings to go at.. ;. .. .. ...". .. .. .. ........5c! :
engine' naturally 'felt the impactof .
i I..is! iiHirniit; for Tallahassee: having I (H i
the two colliding trains, th' lr
>\>vn\\ th past two days In Pensacola. '' '
I heads being .bumped against the I J.

R"f. Xavier Sutton will preach at I RECEIVED CHECK FOR BEING WITNESS of. their'berths. partitions ., ;!
'il* 10 o'clock Mass at t't. Joseph's 1"S"Ik S I
liiin-h this n.ornin? and will deliver BUT WAS BUNCOED BY The ladies' who received, injuries ,< ;! :. :f; Special a e. ji
t.i,- last> of his series of .lectures at I were_-Miss- MaydockMiss.. Thomas I .' > /. f
", .
I <- to-night. A COLORED MAN. and Miss Bailey! bust 'it is expected ::2: -inch 'Berenco 'si is.: ,;.i In'::plain and Jacquard} !,VE'iI. 75c value ,. ;j 3i inch 90c PajoJa Taffeta Silks! special. ., .:-,.V.i .. ...59cJlpnday. i
There will be no preaching at the 1 that they: will 'be able to accompany I .. ,. .' .- /.vi.-h .. .,, ... --.... ,.!.. ..f... ...., .i.37c. j SiJ-inch All Silk ChUon-Tatre.8. regular $1.50: .values! ,.. .epecial.Itst'a0c :
First Baptist church today, or unto I the troiipa when it departs iron Pen Plain Jap'Silk'\all colors. ? ..' .v ... -., .-, ,.. ;; ;;<, .39c j :Monday . . .. ....... ... .' .... ..."1 ..\.r ..,.$1.19 H
farther announr ment. The Sunday I A negro woman named: Cranberry, sacola. '' One lot of 40c and:5Oc> 'PiaiH! and' Fancy, Taffeta Silks.. special l One- lot of $1.00 and $1.23:; Fancy Taffetas and Liberty. Silks. spe: .f f
s-chuo) classes however will be -conJ'.ciwi -|!I who caste from Cottondale, being sum. Cause- of- Collision.. l Monday.. U .1:.:?.. ....... .... ;,j. -..-. ., ..,. ... ..i.9c: { vial Monday\ . .. ....... ..... .... '..: .... .... ...V.69cReadytoWear f ft .
as usual. };I I before United I '" ; .. ...
roond. ?i a /witn ?6', the :- 1
l 11! you don't believe in a thing hard .States' {court; wa| the -victim Friday, Th? cause: of:.the collision, has .not : .: \{
"noush, to do it-in th? matter'of want .night of'ond of she cpqest.and! boldest!yet been fixed but"the ..responsibility: |I']' 7 .. : ; t
advertising;, for example-you stand. '! rests between tie train: Dispatcher! :: at1Pensacola | '
!;i'rapiiiallv' with. those who don't be-;rrobberi. >s.. that have perpetrated' :, the operator at Monroe. II .. ;f:: '.< .:).:: Bargains. ;}
:.1' E'- in it at all.! i i in Pen ac ia in manJj-monbs. | .
I f and ibe ,conductor of :the; icf; train,! .,; : ..:
Mrs., Jack Adams with her two band,' The woman was: discharged: as a,'!I as tlc:, special had ih?..'right! of way II| '$1.50 'Wool Flannel-Shirt: I :.; :-.. -:.- .. .-, >,. -.......69c $I3.o"o Wool Tailored Suits Monday'.. ? J.. .J.... .. .. ,.. .$10.50 if
the afternoon.and went ,
xmiichildren returned jesUrdiyfon witness late in '
from Selma to Pensacola. It is stated':! $;).(White/ Llagsrc Waists, short sleeves, special Monday.$2.93 $23.00 Man Tailored Suits. Jacket tin l.lned. special Monday$14.90 {
!; Haliiinorc. She was accompan* to the United S5Ute: ">mar hal>s office:: gavcjl I I .. One lot of Black and White i Dot Taffeta Silks Suits $13.10 value S3c;) Near Silk Petticoats, to go at.. '.. .. .. .. .. . 59c !;:
"'d b her niece Miss :Myra dams of to receive her par:: : :Marshale: -'; hat the dispatcher at Pc'n3azvla :\tonda-on13'.. .. .. . . ... . ... . ..., .6.90 $1 00 Satten Petticoats ,to go at. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .75c !
Baltimore who will spend. the winter orders to the operator at ilcnroc to .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .
hprr., t t i i, Gourin was not J present at that, hour; hold the las train there lIam tVj'i!' $13.00:>>. Colored' Taffeta Silk Suits, special Monday. .. ., $7.90 fl.50; Satten Petticoats to gu at. .$1.19 .!

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. :Macon arrived to sign tha checks, but DEput"olC in special passed, but this was not ;doiie.'l'i '
to .delay: the witnesses 'ur
i" the city Wednesday from Tampaand ,order not 01 else there was' ; a mlsanderstandius: !i'
will| hereafter reside in Pensacola. inconvenience them was giving hi;j a:; to the roejtins-point.: j jErsught
'n.: > are: pleasantly located with Mr.Micr.u's personal checks and having them endorse -: Company Here. :' 1
: parents Mr. and :Mrs. J. H. 'hich'j Special Bargains Monday
Us; on, at GOO East: Wright strtet. the government check marsha'1.The .'! As soon as poaslble!. the Ijoiiisvlllc, ,: i it
: nDIIa'h"iJl
could be later signed by the ntae'arrangements: to!: t
SiutiConvict: Inspector S. II. Blitch roan however as' soon as sh j bring tie company to Pensacola. A'!'I'
nor* in the city yesteraay and made a '; fe?,;ht car was used in which to''
*.!!r; to the Yarn Bros convict camp received the.government check did not buts j, place the scenery, the; cnl bting limn; I From 8jOO to 9:00' 'Clock Only.
::11 the western part of the count)'. ,,'alt. thinking that It was signed out to set it on board while cars: ) ; :
Ur' HHtch says that he found the walked off. She had no :J oncr gottenoutside ; were provided", for the m ntbcrs Off .
<";nip in sood condition. He leaves: II be was met byi! the troupe. Ladies' and Children's Ready to Waar Hats formerly $i.OO to 10) yards Best 5c Calicoes to go for,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .>39c .
;iits+ rooming for Santa Rosa county the (lootthanf acquainted Upon their: arrival'the three injured'' $2.00. choke; .i .. ... ..... . . = ...-. *... .. .23c 10 yards good stput Sheeting; Domestic for.. .. .. .. .. ...47c .:
'here he will) visit anothjr camp. a negro man with whom she; was l ladies went to .a hotel, '-wh'rc they : Invisible Lacing Corsets Best 6'/ic Gingham Apron Checks for. .. .. .. .. .. .. .44.e L
Eil. Hogeboom, one of The Uournal's. and who resides! near BoniJfay. :'" ere. treated by the- L '& N. surgeons, One lot, regular ot'I'hoatpsons.oYegating$1.09 'quality for;-. ."and. . .. ..-- "i ......75c Best 1.c Edinboro Zephyr Ginghams.. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .8lc
If the 'wanted but: ss stated stove their condltJoa, Silk black white dot only for hour
'ivelinj left yesteria The man asked her : $13.50 Suits with one your
reprpantatives for hour..21c
; ( Wool Tricot r"19nnels, 33c quality
All t';
said' sh? Is not serons: and'Is simply! the! r-rtull It One lot of pick.$5.90
will morning for Bluff Springs after, wncre which her check cashed and she it cashed. of the shock two of theai being! la I t.=-- One !lot of Sc and 8c Torchon Lac??, special .. .. n .. ....3ic 10 rards 'Twilled Crash Toweling, for one boor for.. ,;. .. ..39c I
n, will spend earl through a few days the country and did. ,He then offered to set Palafox pentl l haltb at the .time of the ace! 10 yards Best lOc and 12 flutings for. . .. .. -... .69c 6sic Glass ToweliBgs for one: hour? ... .( .. .. .. .4?lc !
cdeavor to work fret rural Tho two proceeded down dent 10 yards Best 10cvZphyr Gingham, limit: of one pattern to a Bleached Huck Towels worth 73c: for one hour, to go, per doz..UOc!
Mi\ery! roit'e. which up a will: have: its street to a saloon, and although the l (;customer r... .. ... .. ,.... .. . . .. '.U ...,69c 10 yards Best 12TJC Sayles Bleachery Cambric for one hour.,95c.. .
1""lng print( at Bluff Springs. I I deck! was net sign?d.; he'negro after J

.nmr.ation; : Manager Fred A. Sweat j i I buying $2: worth* of whiskey: got the t- .. ;\
w i"n- this -mornTR -, cashed. It cajted) for $::..30.i 11 11I : I -
.lo'irnal. will leave !
n:;!PV for: days Chiplpy in ccnsultation wierj: he will with spend AtHtiv tl'!l i but paper of this amount the negro he man turned retained r Grap Nuts For Bargains in Everything, Come to the Busy Store ; .

: >h(>f>m. traveling representative of!: all but $6.55.i whicn( .
Ti"; to his:': to1 the woman.' She was ignorant rt
Journal who is : over

*!"me 1 f-" days ihp.-e.ago.having injured. his foot'i t': and left accepted town immediately the! money'and ths. DELICIOUS FOOD : i1.
Southern Hotel: arrivals: J. H. The United States authorities' did'I FOR BRAIN AND 1:1 t T1H1 LANNON & ;

1lalker'andren: harry and wife Forbes.Gllden Lula Fieke.Everett Miss. not discover the crooked morning work,of when the NERVE CENTERS COj 1

Miss!; Densmore", Contwell Stevens negro until yesterday "
Mani! Morns, C. E. ..Icced Arthur and wife. the woman: appeared at the gtArghal'soflce There's a Reason" .
Anara: ra; Sadie :Moore. Mrs. May : and told how much she had retflved. Read "The Road to Wellville" ...
!r''k It t ( Hfinpto! and wife New York; An investigation i was then I found in pkgs. tS S?
I I. W. L.
M-Kinzie, New Orleans; and'thetrue: facts in the: .. h
patter"?pr. Indianapolis! R. R. Rauber commenced l' ., .- t'
r14 .-:f 'l 1l|.,.I".si hpl, O. Hartman, case 11i 'lnse4) .. f't ''


f foI.
: i < :-..- '- .' ;7'. : ,,,,:,fw ; "..s ;J. ,., '5i' ; .,.. t" "'' ;''''fJ f" 'A ':ft. .
.: t-JJ" ; '
.! = .@11 A-. .'! t,,' .. "' ... > < """' ;''!- ...;:. ._,ii. '''' '''':Fr 1 ,ft..., ........ .... -4 : ; ;o

-' ; ; '.' ",tt."X' vr.f.1r'1t.' -,' 'v-{.;; ...'\;.-, '!-'- .' -' f f1! -

niIt : 4 .

I rn -

1it THE PENSAColA, : JOURNAL"" SUNDAY MORNING\ ;JANUARY' T4, '1906 ... '.' .'.- -

V V .. .:) !.T 5 .I naval stores! Industry (which The Journal Printed DUN
'Jsa df of fret, while a. cost of mafcadam roads varies from] the the state);
MOLE-HILLS SHOULD REMAJM 4' ) onnjam., 'be a'special pet of
MQLE.HILLS-THEV DO NOT j quick use of the:-want columns would $2,500 m North Carolina fo' $9,000 per I seems o kurt that Jn \ $ much. it V ing December 1905

Vtbe : fi JJ .The e rin cfcairs[ acd clear tbe mila In Massachusetts for a ..16-foot:' would,iR.pub.tbem'way npba:wtata.b&b, V V ,
j uiIajoniiai MAKE GOOD : \ road, f have demonstrated here in- M-j any work wonders) for a Total of
., I iltm sphere 'o.i-y, rion build! first- and they: ,would' .
county that we can !
: Iow much of you !yme) and nen-.t commonwt'tl Properly ,equp-
: The invest wide the :
ma4 wita'li plan with an : class macadam roaj 15 feet at a road-
I ous force are demoted to "making tininess but ,cost this without ned and directed ,bpractical) 154,850
t tion._ witt a opening- of $1.000 or less and { could be made to build
; II of mot! -hilIs?" I I builders, they
I Daily. Weekly. Sunday. j mountain[ out without money tq push it.hls'mountaln i machiner! This paper was if sot, qqite. hundred milesof
; almost, ,
It is one of th; worst rgt ernplOY.jtuentsand V at a time when I was daily engaged the state would
; ti. I I PUBLISHED$ EVERY MORNING EXCEPT; MONDAYS I the pnmo Temperamental. ]looks: as though' i it could never I In road bu'lding!' and I drew from fIg- road something each year in anJ ages to come to COPIESor

have bc-n b molehill. And a Business i urs 6 in actual! cost for the facts In the have
r iI I -BYI defect of the race ,- I Faith-" case. show that these unfQrtunate people. an average of
I :, Opportunity adv which-like '
'I: In business 'th9 J tendency" is all i n could. find a .I One hundred convicts drawn from :, did not 1abor'll vain.
: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. I can "mo\o mountain,
the direction of mountajnvbuildiBg to set I -
man who jfoi djind :the moneY I
with material which js. in some cases, : V 5,735

2 : FRANK L. :MAYES, Puuoxirr ATO OUUAL HAXAOU. scant for a sIzable mol.e; m. ..< j i things In' motion.i I THE CAPTAIN'S' PLIGHT
i Look uve,- iW? class:fied ads. and you I .
The "scared' merchant sees the' \ : DAILY
I'1 w ll see how printers' ink i is used: bj 'V ,
niole-hills of "additional cooipeti I : ,
1 Lon" "increased expenses," over: "all ,kinds and conditions' of .men" to I V i By ,McCUUOCH.'WIU'AMS The following figures show Tbep,

i stocks" and "lost customers" loom dissolve tod remote": :trouble-mount! :>: .'. sacola Journal's circulation for c\rb:\

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. while ad- -to tunj, djbr perplexities: .Into coa S. Copjnght, IS05, by Martha MCC IlD .Will ams.I day during the month of Deeem4.
krge:: as th. Alps- adequate with the
v tent even to' "ofit-:to reso'Ve icaagl" 1905 average number of
J4 One Year., ...........|5 00 rising would rob them of all teirorj I copies daih:
One Month.,......... 45 lthlls! I. : lesi "than four inches I
-. Ti I Six Months .......... 2 50 I .. .. l One Week .. ...... 10 ,: and keep,them "under his heel" nary moti.ctanlnto the nx> i It Acne Mara: Jones hid been born j ja I thing l !" the captain acroS.1 Dec. 1, 5750 Dee.:: 16, 5.61X1
i Three Monthj.. ..... 1 25 I from which they have were bu:Ided. : : this | "Dried peach pies 2
( Weekly Edition year.?! 00 I The propei r}'oOwner se s.. in a beautj o f cn moderately: pretty chewinghard.. .. Dec. 5,700 Dec. 17 6103
I rtoryvonM: nt bare to be written bled ecstatically! Dee: 3, 5,300 Dec. 18
j jVlili jj ,
: broken lease, a rapidly-bulgms: moleI j I' !' Where, where did ,
Paper on Sale at all News Standz.V : too I'
Journal \ saul I and comjJcxioa Dec. 4 .... Dec. 19
I: hill of loss and trouble-while t A welcome ,vis*:or to The j ,1 nose. Lair eyes Jones? Kever tasted anything t SJOQ
I exchange tie ejuvlnate -| of the came p'ece! and no figure I; iou find em, Dec.V..5. 5,750 Dec. 20, 5555
: table ncw is /
lifer"You !
ad would turn the incident H
classified In
f: THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH DETAILED w.tj I to $[p :akpr, even robust vanity can ; so good ,* my I Dec. 6, 5.750 Dec. 21 5.6C
V CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. to his profit-by finding a bettz. ten Holmes! Cauntj: Advertiser i not tCCtV4'( t'. Anne Maria's vanity was I' must ask\ tbe women, the I!I Dec. 7, 5.700 Dec. 22, 5500

ant at OUCC.V EJUorV.: D. Willi oos again: at ti- not robust How fhould It be when she i ii I: judge eald chuckling behInd his hand. I Dec. 8, 5,650 Dec. 23, 5600

V V The widpw 'who. keeps bDarders: helm. He always tld give Holaes i i had a beautiful: sister, upon whom the I i lIe began to cee the method of Anne ,i Dec. 9, 5650 Dec. 24, 6,100

Office- -108 and 110 East Government Street. loses a group. of them unexpectedly County a food paper and, if present j fan.Ily hopes: 'an-1 the family eipendl-: : I Maria's madness! Ho! pltably he press- ;i, Dec. 10, 5,900 Dec. 25. .

V TELEPHONE No. 38.PEXSACOLA cutting her income in half, and ex oprearanccs count: he is gob?; to give l lures equally ceatereJ.? But Anne Ma-..j cd the other things on the captain, but I[ Dee: 11, ..., Dec. 26. 5600
Dec. 12, 5,650 Dec. 27.
I V V panning the mole-hill to a sinister the people a batter one there now. I na had uncterstendlng! Since nhe! could without avail. The first pie disappeared Dec. 13, 5.650 Pec. 28, 5 5..600
b ornamental! she rejolveo-: be a minute. The second 603
: not ? : in exactly ,
L t V FLORIDA, SUNDAY: MORNING JANUARY 14. 1906 I If Then Dec. 14, 5.600 Dec. 29, 5,530
ti : useful!' Moreover, she had a palate required a 'minute and a half. Dec. 15, 5.600 Dec. 30, 5,750
-- 1 1 rare: [In mt'ntlnd: and :a deft way in the judge'lott count though his interest 31
cc. ,
ir-iI# X. il ::i!. .i The Georgia Gubernatorial V ; the kitchen: that was worth a lot of wag still keen. lie smiled affably -- -

: I i looks. II when the captain said in a conscience Total for the mOnth. ..... .1S4,833
1tVI; 0 WHERE THE. JOURNAL i Contest.The I GOOD ROADS FOR i I ,You begin to perceive tbe relation of stricken voice; -

hj'4 0 CAN BE FOUND. Georgia gubernatorial p thing If bbe had been .a beauty abet Gol bless me! Jones, Fv eaten every Average per day,_, .. .. .5,733I
'wri.t 4 \: I II ;t wou'dn't! hsve tieen a {rook. And then < Pie! Such a pile of them too! nut
... The Pensacola Journal II on [ between Clark Howell and FLORIDA AND"JVHA'T i i
V Captain Joserun.s l-shall-bufjtorie3': you'll forglve.me. I don't: get 'en only hereby certify that the abo\
in i
lltttrI It. sale the at the following places Hoke Smith has degenerated into ; should' be told as they happen. Captain : once in a blue moon. Besides after this statement is correct according to ti,

i l14 .. Bay city Hotel.: disgraceful personal controversy which i I THET WOULD MEAN 1; ; Josephos was a bacbelorich and tuck out I tbant. want anything for at records en file* [in this ,office.
is disgusting to intelligent[ people FRED A. SWEET
Lii .G Coe' Book Store least two days. V
4l1r1II 110! Depot News Stand, iI- |It has, in fact, got to such a stage of V V "You're more than welcome" the Circulation Manager

;i1I} Gem Book Stor. |, persona acrimony that the public in 1' 3* Allan Rogers, in Jacksonville: Times_l ,Union. V : I; Judge said hospitably,)lighting a ,cigar. Sworn to and subscribed[ before ma
p1rfl.uV Hotel Eacambla. general would probably be glad to j j 'aside a''proffered ..this 1st, day of. January. 1906.
n 'J '
'* i ?: V V : V : 'I i! The; captain waved ', ": V i PERRY DICKEN
:'tM't1 Merchants Know that neither[ of the candidates ; ; spoil the after taste ofT
JIV 4 ) Southern Hote'' 'I\- i Z % Z U$ U # i ; UI ; ,i pipe.MWOUldnt.. ," ho'said. "I'm -. Notary Pub:Ic
-, Thompson's Book Store. 1f could be elected.So 1 my pies for fortune,
V I the after ,. ,
Jiti .Er$ *' Walker' Book Store. far as their respective platform f fas. :w: ''I'i 1 rolnsr -rlcrht now to sleep away "
Some timeago I wrote a paper on : I noon. Indeed, I feel like sleeping till-tomorrow -
.V.t* and positions are concerned the situation '
..11tVt .. good roads for the Times-Union, and an issue in national politics ) jc I'morning** OPERA HOUSE
I If
U V V is a unique one. Hoka Smith, have received number of. comphmen In March, 1817, President Monroe1vetoed I The
who :has always courted the corporation tary letters regarding the same 1 a llwhich; contemplated lay-i/ propoiiE'S-lIOmeUmes. capjtain

tV tVV Adopt the Eight'Hour Day wing of the democratic party, is also note,that some_ of tire state papers ing out..higlul'aysThli and building system of had national -I f I agony.slt"ptor Not for three naught hours had to he awake coddled,in ONE NIGTONLYITuesday I

now posin'g as defender of the commOn make favorable: comment. This in measure I ,
and Settle the Controversy. people from the encroachm. nt my judgment, indicates! that the people the suppou.of Henry CIa}", and would wvi and cosseted a stomach the all burdeaI these
roads. have been the greatest undertaking. of years. It resented angrily
want good t V
: The great eight! -hour fight between of corporate greetf and he bas succeeded The Pensacola Journal\ republishes: : its kind in the< world's histor}. From ,,, V V I he bad put upon it. Fried, pastry had Jan. 16th.

0 tbe printers! and the employers is still [in turning the tables on Clark the paper in full and editorially spoke 1806 to 1SJS-: '$1,600,000 was appropriated been nothing to a boy's digestion, but JULIUS CAHN

; V going on. with each side claiming an Howell to such an extent that the lat! of it [in part as fol'ows.! : { b>'-congress for roads in different to eat itwith a boys appetite in late

ultimate victory, but with the prospects ter finds himself in what most people' ';rh! communication as so. thorough-',,states and territories and $ OOOO.Of. ( middle age made it quite another thing. |. Presents his Company in
V I with The Journal's this sum was accordng: to goveinnunt bad been as sweet and
of sornewhatinfavor of I would call the corporation band 1 13In accord own The peaches
ib success: oft'stated position on the subject cf 1 reports, spent on roads In Florida. nota : spiced as the pastry was 'greasy.. TaI :
David Harurn
I the printers agon. good roads and it contains s-o much : yard of -,\-hfch' ex'sU! :: today. This 1-i: : gether they kept the poor captain[ ill all
r V The Journal's advice to the emp'oy- howell, as everyone knows, has for would indicate that these old government I
good sense and so many valuable sug-; night long., In tb?. morning he was
1 ; ers is to adjust their business to the years through his paper, the Atlanta gestions that we commend it- to th V fell<5w.s were like some of our weak and ,wim-so weak the bare A DRAMA- WITHOUT FRILLS

: eight-hour day, grant the printers' demand Constitution, and on the stump, sup- careful attention of every property : modern road-builders in Florida, that I thought of food revolted him He got Excellent Company with

: : and settle! the controversy. As pert. d the anti-corporation end of it, owner- in tha state. The proposition' they didn know how 'to mix the stuff up and staggered about the room, but Harry Brown as "David Harum."
g ,
"TitEr'ot to make it
of the the communication to
f the case now stands both sides are but if appearances from a distance ind'cate I SnatorLatimer of South Carolina'I found It Idle to think of going out. Mr. Calm will utilize the same production
make the question of good roads i
anything Smith has stolen al: Vttl I Then the judge to whisk him seen at the Garrlck Theatre In
losing money anti the longer the fight: state issue to secure from the legila: is the most influential good roads, advocate -, I came
1 V continue the more they will"lose. of his thunder, turned the tables on ture an appropriation for.the buildmsjj;I tn congress. In a conversation' I IV (I.away to bis house in tplte[ of the cap- I New York City, in giving the pla;)

r The. tjpographkal; union is going toy him, and put Howell so complete! on of one main state hIghway: and to1 I with tho senaWiduirlnst, the National / i tain's[ weak'tad wavering protests.I here
Conventi&n this cit I "Leav' here!, Not much. Hotels PRICES: 25c, 50c 75c:, $1.00 and
worthv'of Good Roads in e
work it } you ,
win its fUht. It is going; to win, not the defensive that, the latter seems to ,th-3 statq Bonnets on is
more han passing ,attention. So* last winter he told me that if ISP woulj] I are dreary placesfor[ sick men." the $1.50.
be in so deeps hole that he cannot ,
t particularly because it is well organized get right behind our reprcsntatives in said meaning quite half Sale Saturday alQ.n
V !( car as working of the convicts[ on : J Judge heartily | Seats on
t, p L' and because it can. as it [is doing,climb out.tVome. roads. is. concerned, that is where they i congress we could secure. legislation ( he !naid.' And tbe captain found himself :'I Secure best Seats by procuring the::.
less trouble for the '] third man with a clean!I .' favorable W roads. V ""DRIED PK1CH FIBS'! THE CAPTAUl MU3I-, 'Jones* NOW '
.t- cause more or > eni should be 'worked V Ass to the! I establiahcdVlritate. [in the spare,. ,
resisting the record an'a' with sufficient ability were increase ia population and in wealth j' Florida 'iathe art state east of BLED. with[ '. Anne Maria flitting nolsei 'i
plojers: wno are j I j room .. _._ ,
hour day, but [it is going to t'iiht-I to jump into the race he would beat, which it lj argued.that _sjstem. of..[ the Mississippi CXc21)t one. It ha's cranky, who had two cares In life- i! lessly [In and out fe fetch him' grruel l:or. ,V----- -- --- ----

V'f both of the present candidates, and he good roads would produce them can)[ more acres of virgin[ soil undisturbed keeping his indigestion and his free i I clam broth or BOM other thing. ; be needed DANCING
':;tI cause [in this case it is right. ought to. I be no question about it. Florida. |i| by- the' hard "bf man- than any state In'' dom. To say that be was'nice over his but did not crayc. SCHOOL

The union gave practically fifteen __ : a wilderness V before the rarlroads"
j' months' notice of its demand for an Next Sunday Tbo Journal will 'be-tered it, and it i!i,jn many places aj I relimat'earth and if'e'\ilI; only aid the fines} It was the same regarding his single '! tion kept skillfully him prisoner three full days Monday Night, at C. K, of A. Hail
rich soil wilh: of}
add a system
rjj( eight-hour da>. That notice was gin the publication ) of the famous wilderness stilL"V V |:' high-class loads untoIcFbl-'ssings woul4 estate He, chpught every.girl who was. | When be at last got oat it was to find
sufficient and employer could One writer thinks m>' plan a good ;.1' civil him had visions of doweror Gents 25c. Ladies, Free.
.H amply no ** I I V even 'o the railway made beyond oversetting ,
Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman, se- one but inasmuch as his county is on'Iconic' ourway....' ; pact .
possibly find fault on that score. InV r cs. bY' EoV.. Ifornung Each: storj.1!..lIn edge' of the state ha don't see,I Why, j.thil1oLhe: last week the Ken alimony' .floating 'through her head That* however did not, trouble

many cases the eight-hour day ..igreement : w-ill be complete in itself) and the''" how it could benefit hIm! as the road I lucky MilUar .. Institute pulled up''I And be ,was firmly resolved never' to i him so much a! a pearer personal coni !

t was effected without difficult, whole will be fa-cin!, would miss; his county. It would stakes* and moved to Florida for the! marry; also quite as firmly lE'sol'Miliat J i cern. Alonro must be told. But how?
in every as '
way b'ne.1 winter. If Florida his nephew. Alonzo. should not live There the rub Alonzo was still on'cert
I but where it was not the printers qiiit fit him in more wars than one. is a good place tol lay
t, sting as the Sherlock Holmes series I Such a slate highway as I suggested bring Kentuckysoldiers for winter: a bachelor nor marry any wife save sulking/ afar off At least the captain

"'. work, struck and many of them are which were concluded last -Sunlla)'. I i I can be built for S1.QOO ner miTe_ 'Such I I training would it not be equal! as" one of the captain's choosing. 4 believed BO. Desperately decided on

'r r hill! out. Some of the shops have :, a road would Immediately affect the i I good or better :to bring Kentucky j i Judge Jones, Anne Maria's father, V heroic measure*. After the decision betook I

:it : f signed[ ; up (he eight-hour agreement! The "Clarion by the i! value of lands in a zon3 twenty- miles i I horses for' winter training? But Ken-I II had been at college' with the captain. j Anne- Maria[ for a quiet drive: WARRINGTONMonday

; I- 6ip.Ce the strike went into effect! but on either side, and each hundred miles tuck thoroughbreds don't do well on Naturally :when a business deal !i Anne Maria in her best frock and her '

il V others have refused to do it: and are Pensacola Classical School.The 1'I would add in five Jean, 1D.OOO "people I bad ooads.; while neither trotters nor i brought the captain to the Judge town' '! most demure smile.: When they earns January 15

i.it either!' employing nonunion.printers. or U this zone, these.1O.000. peopl will thoroughbreds cvcr'devlop 'their bst'' he was made; very welcome in the back the captain lent Alonzo a dls- 8 P M., IN
first, issue of tho Clarion, al adj five dollars per had to the valueof speed on anything: short of a good mile; Jones ,home Naturally also!' Alonzo..
i i not doing any work. Thns far the n.onthly publication by the student!I I the land on which they settle andif track! If Duval county 'had tho roads!!'' who: came along went down before |patch: I. O. O. F. HALL
honors in the fight sem to be about dollars and Jacksonville the track. I believe; i "Come home. I have married a Jonea
we figure fire head in
.1. of the Pensacola Classical School, has, per personal Louella, the beauty. Then tb< captain "
between the the ho'slS'ollld naturally follow. I ; Help me break It to the old folks _by_
equally divided printers propeity which will scarcely[
V just appeared and 4 copy now lies on I called him names and .sent him packlag and the
cover the cost of the clothes tha. was born and raised in Woodford. I The answer was delayed MISS HAIGHT.
and the employers although as we The Journals exchange: table The I wear, and tiie" road will have broughtto have 1 lived for man years in Florida ,I saying gruffly, "If you want: my : captain was fuming when it came.s' MISS MINNIE ANDERSON.

:m said above the printers will win the following comprise the editorial staff: I the t territorv through whichIt runs I have worked on loads and race,: money to go.to charity Just marry anyI he tore it open Anne Maria reed over MR. MAX HEINBERG

:" 'K flglit in the end. G9rtrude A. Friedman, Edttor-in:I $100.000 \'ahll'S.as.. an nftHl' against tracks in KcntucM. f have worked I thing named Jones." : his! boulder: "Congratulations! So have NAVY YARD ORCHESTRA

:' ;i-: Efght hours is not an unreasonablworkday. \ Chief; Ellen 11. Skinner, Grace Anderson -,[I its 1100,060 i in cost of the ioaiL. while OIK race tracks and- roads In Florida, : When Lonella heard that she tossed ; I. Wen! break it to the old folks ,to' for benefit of
I it has left and each cart bo built in I"ooofda'Jor bet head and went on a I long visit to "
Any man ought to be ten thousand people tilersI I gether. fund
: Louise Quina, Robert Anderson St. John's Church Building
f I to be nitful. multipl ,autl replenish me'oiirthhe! Kentuckcot: More IIT:: city aunt. Anne Maria stayed at V V V
4 V ; I to earn a living for himself and family ; Volney Phillips, Associate Editors i-|'the earth. This increase in value than thatnow' don't all jumi on me' borne, keeping: very much out of' the CHINESE PHILOSOPHY. V SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES PENSA

T't and a little oter. working that manyI : ; H. F. Ferris[ Business Manager I mfans muclr for 'everyman.. woman at once),- Florida has a fin-r racing; captain's: way. but getting up such r-- COLA AT 7 O'CLOCK.

I t hours a day. It he wants to work The leading editorial in this very :and! child in Florida, no matter wh-rt-. flrniate evtryday: !in the jcar: than,has: diht's.tor. turn as he had not tasted 'orae of else Clever: Bpiarams of the Admission' Reserved Seats 60&

longer, that is his[ own business but attractive school paper is so good ana the live. The gain in taxes would the far-farnej. Blue Grass S'ate.' and flute his mother died Good fowling V ,Plr.rr: Kia.-il -. General' Admission, 25c.CONCERT.

;u ,I there is no reason why he should be 'II sx thoroughly in accord with The" go into the state treasury for the bciiicfit the only ,winter racing cliniatp worthy is held to breed good temper, but the Their V proverbial philosophy shows -- -- ------ -- -

.. l compelled to do so. Eight hours for Journal own idea of co-'educatlon, of all the pecpie. the name in tho Unit:d Stats, captain must have been born to pet that the Chinese ore very thoughtful.Here .
': Tile railroads have fon? and_ ding ()- There are "other beaches: hut the: rule '
and proverbs at defiance. The a few ; "Th" best
work, cteat for sleep, and eight for recreation that we reproduce it as follows : : much for th'e Ormond-Davtoua beach furnishes the. are specimens
stat They be
fatter he the crankier he showed and in the world finds
is a very eQuitable division of For the benefit of ths who are in encouraged to do "101e. but a 'stem only brand of '=mvi>hine warranted to'traw strongest map

I I t time, and while the most of us do not dc.ubt about the matter we wish to of hard roads can do more than sj it is the racers f"oni all ovtr the big bimself to be. Indeed Judge Jones that he cannot escape the two words ...BENEFIT...
state in first that our schoolis I world smash records gave Anne Maria a caution at the end 'No continuance. "Happiness con
does alter the our paper possible for the railroads er to do. to and do thins: ,
1' divide it so, that not vo-ediicational. Men and women Every human being and every' pound !and many of them would stay: with. the 1 lof, the third fortnlzhL_ saving: U.: "If _TOU 'I alsts in a medium' station." "When Christ Church Sunday Schoolat

theory or principle upon which such la\e to work together in the world, of freight gos: over some Kind of roadto sunshine Dd Other attractions if we'' feed, up that old wretch much more you are sitting quietly and alone think[

} division :s made. why shouldn't they do eo in the reach the railway; at their destination had good reads over which they couTJ ::, there'll be no doing business with him. of your faults; when _con erslng with Library Hall

( I The'! prosperity and the happinessof schools where the real foundations of they go over some sort of road. to drive the' machines. Give 'us the As matters stand this whole thing others, do not, talk, of the faults of

the whole country depends on the fine manhood and womanhood are gn awa\'_ State Highwav, and the American hinges on his consent and yesterday others." "Correct yourself'on the same M. PAUL JONESMISS
1' 'laid? The contact must! be good for\ Neither the tourist, who, loves his automobile next he let know in full board
and the happiness of the preacher nor ,the congregation us that unless principle that: .you correct others and
TI prosperity co one can der)y *that a boy Is mad. use the railroad? to rrach the io his wifa. will leave a string of gold be hall his -own way in everything[ excuse others oh the same principlethat
St laboring masses. When they are niore manly! more refined by associS-| house of Its entire length he noI I leaves it MALLORY,
: as
worship. It Is of little or no i from the weight of the rails to the you excuse 'yourself"He who
girl. '
It t happy and prosperous, everyone eHi acd tlon a-with girl's a horizon gentle wholesoms is wonderfully I use to the teacher or' pupils It does ever" winter along the lIne' of goal l',; names of the stations, tbe railroad will requires much from himself and little MISS WHITE.
1 is and prosperous. When they not hlp the ''physicIan to reach the roads:' in Hal}" and tae south of Franc
happy wheni selt
j broadened by looking at things from never lie built. The final meetiug from,otberv will ket'P'ii from being MISS MACLAY
fti have money to spesd, the business men I a masculine point ofiew.. To be' i sick. It aids, but cannot supply a rural A few more .tireless and ucsflflsh! i all must I*} decided comes off two days the object of resentment. "He
mail service. workers like Senator A. '3, Mann ANDERSON.
For neighborhoodand MISS
V have a chance to get It. and tae more! working towards a common goal hence. If only you could make the captain who pursues a stag n-pntnot hares.1"A
might ball
social start the to rolling without
'" it is almost useless '
mosey they make and spend the more i creates a bond of sympathy bet.'ve'u ill-too' Ill to be in hill 8f'atbut gl"m- cannot be' polished "without[ /Mu.i..
Vt V for ; the farmer seldom use it to waiting for the legislature to meet togive 4 Ran Treat lor Lovers /G..d
4 the ,buslsess men can and will geL [jtem It increases their them respect take his, grain to mill, his milk to us a stat highway commissIon! really) I dou believe it l is possible lie friction or d man perfected without ad-
another and enables to ac- Besides ha:!* the stomach of an ostrich, although verslty." ,"The'' gods cannot help a ADMISSION.
But wha'oer he does. there is no I a patience that is invaluable town or his \kood' to market. And when the next legislature,' I
u quire I'when meets it be like the last r he talks dyspepsia half the man who loses opportunities." 1f I
4 danger of the laboring man getting t Endurance and forbearance-these! we are taken to our long home may one too I Adults, 25c. Children 35c.
I he are the great lessons that C'O-e-1'ura.-i\i, we rarely go by 'tht railroad route busy with IE' islation. to prohibit[ the f itih V V |f The Chinese.tiU. harmless blusterer] -

:i too much out of life. However maybe I' tion teaches IK. If we are faithful to! Professor Shalrrof] Harvard University -;. shooting: of pigeons for sport to 'prohibit : Anne Marlaagbed' !' then smiled -but "a paper tiger/ and compare a ,man]I '';.. !..

V able to enforce his demands he our duties, if\ our 'actions are !sincere;[ said of the road qnestion: "I(I. the taking of fisu in certain freshwater j said nothing She studied half the overestimating himself to a rat fallintr I .... J.'H ft.

t. a111 in a general way never get more we cannot fail to work harnioniously.that .., is doubtful, indeej whether a'! sound V ponds In the state of Florida, to tight and next morning said privatelyto $

than ue is: entitled to or more than the I' so the 'good influence of our felluw'studenta ,' democracy, depenJlnas; it' doss, on V prohibit the shooting; of alligators in the Jdjre: "I>on't come home to t W

V balance of the world which grows fat j will assert itself in our ,, close and constant interaction 'of the the Oklawaha river; to protect certain -' }Jondi. father. I shall send somethingto The aata.: of tbe 'Greeks. r Basket Ball !

ll I Ies and make them what we meen]!I local life can wel* be maintained in plume birds; to prohibit the ( the office.. And be snre you keep The Greek conception of-the evil one, I I |
V on his labor, can acord to pa> i they shall be a credit to the school.a: country where the loadways, put a .shooting of bullbats; to protect qua'S-:; I the captain 'to eat with ** Then ;whom they call Yama: makes that per. : ,?

V The Jouinal's advice to the employers { thai- helped to fashion them I'''I heavy tax on human Intercourse" wild turkeys and 'de*r b}' prescribing. the disappeared in the direction you. of the sonage one of the'most satanic of the ., !il 3[ Tulane University !:1I :1

therefore is to adopt the eight-hour,I I The Clarion (contains sixteen pag v If we admit that a 'good road has a i the tUne in which: they may, b-:> bunted:: also whole evil: tribe. According to their |
and VI
kitchen oddly sighIng ;
< smiling -
-V day and settle the present controversy l neaU printed' on book paper. and I trmendou'advantage'oyer a bad one and limiting the number>> to be shot'in SJ'u'of him'he ,ia 240 miles high and'I | i
lis > I lUlt.bit In the world.
V with the printers. The Journal's I printer [ -I'Is most ably edited. it marks a big,i i''wtare more th important: n in a position question:: to involved take tipthe I I might any one be day added.. etc.bthe.To the. fo-thcominjr above list[ :;, -What have. we here? As I live, the hairs on lila body stand out like I S Pensacola Classical School eiI" !.

$ have always had the eight-hoar step in the pi ogress of the Classical:!I Iin the contraction of good ones as the legislature other beasts, birds anJ 1 fried pie: Jerusalem, how my month.raters' pains punishes trees the on doomed a mountain being &Idel submitted Ha I, |*3 Came will be played la rl\

': day'and. The Journal not only Intends School and it will be a great factor:reasonable means of getting rid: of the creeping things, so that these colossal i I can eat au acre: of 'em any to his (charge by putting them in bed i;, SIj Gymnasium of Classi- r.4.

that they shall continue to have the >n giving that excellent[ institution I bad. All iecenj wrltsrs) of any consequence : measure might eclipse the le;;s [important -1 day:" the captain, cr'eJ! as toward 1 of boiling'oil!,, sawing thejr bodies in cat School, cor. North j 1.

I eight-hour day but that they shall be the individuality and .prestige to favor federal aid to the.states items of good: roads; and the:.o. loek' that day Judge Jones. threw : : OeSoto
V two. pouting oplten lead (n their ears O; Palalox and
as it I entitled. for building highways, and this is no : human species. V !' back the damask caver of the ladeu V ... g
long it U
employed at good wages: as and !such other little pranks as pulling line. *
V V new doctrine,.for way taek: in. the ear-, In a paP!- on good roads written for: tray that had just been net on top of : O streets, on car TI
continues to do business. The Tampa Tribune has moved Into -'I ly days of the republic great schemes : the Ocala Banner 'n January 1t- O.. I I his big'desk. "And I'm hungry 'as a out their tongue, toe and' finger .nall. JANUARY 18
: said this and gUPU'4Ut( their[ eyes. lie i ill a THURSDAY ,
wer! laid out for national[ highways.1John i : 1 wolf! This: is 1m"kr: the captain wenti ,
,a. new home, owned by the paper "It I Is of the Imagination! heartless old$ fiend of:,the most fiendish
Ca'honn.! an ultra: states'riht no stre'fh .
Taft is ot the r'ch! brownsreasy 555 0 .cluck p. a"
I seizing\ one tt
V It is said that Secretary Itstlf. The Tribunes prosperity is as advocate favored federal aid to state : to say that if th state: convicts: had i kind and has I:1Uuf other xquislte[ lit

rapidly losing flesh.. His strenuous pleasing to Editor StouU's friends as road bu'ldJns! go did V Henry Clav. been put at this work twenty :erp' half moans ,and oprng: the ,,,tle torture* laid -.up'. for the helpless 1> i3 ADMISSION, 50 CENTS. tiI

position on the lid is probably r::pon- I 1. must be gratifying tothat ;gentleman -I and each .of these great: men tried to I ago FloridanR-ould: today have the:fives .|lead of it Into ills mouth. It cape.away t Kwreioh, * 'ctiamoer of I:: __...11........ -". ..,..... '

: :: aI a for it. himself. V f......,.. th.) .. rr.oJ question to the front: roala ic '<.America: for while the -'ttJ a",:.Slean. : sens'circnlar'. 8dcn& horrors." ? v V JJ-.ijjJIU'tlJljI.t..n..n.U...u"v.u'.. !u...n Ai'H...H...MJE .

V V V V iaV :-". ... .....- -,- V ,t, V,,...,...c*,:*.- V VV.4..:'-.s.:..f..:-"',..,S3'* 'V"'S''?; ,:"' ..V, ::'. ''i:':.- V


.. ".
c- '
; V V V V -- 5 V V V V V -C V V : d ...w .. ..'_ c' .:. -, .: <'rr ..: ... > ,...p V V

: _
.c '

t\ ; .


... a.J'f'_ ,. ..
: "
-- -
'" --- ,. .. .

.." MWa ';.! Jr..i"'liiti! !o j.tf: 1'i't: t, i i : "
: ,, i"t.; I $&
B$1" :i>>
MILE i _
1 01000 TRlPlj ,

I I: When in the Market .: RII I IN 40 4 FOOT :.5g Sale Begins { 8FOR aE S lsale Begins '

I I 8:30Sharp: 'I "The Qualify Store". 'I 18:30: Sharp

For Hardware and. Builders Supplies i iB VESSELRecent I 1- ,

B Get Our Prices Before Placing Your IOrder I

Voyage of Second Officer Specially Attractive Offerings
I I ,

of Steamer Belmont Was a '
Monday, January 15.
I Record Breaker. I: E

vv e "VV anti: fit'? 'our B"1.1sin.. sE I 4 p

i I t' -A.xi.cl: Oetn' lave Cu.J.\t.1:0n.ey: August per Second, of the Beimont Officer L. &Arthur now N. 'R.R's.taking.Leslie steamer cat'goi Nap-i.: i; .I I a : New Spring Dress Ginghams |

B t m for Europe on the west side of Com,
i eicitling I I 10 Yards for 65 Cents.
'1 if maD 'anda wharf has had many: =
I I _
some-f .
experiences in the course of

PJ Agents Masury's Paints and Varnish. IiI thing over twenty years of service i jon | j This Special Offering is for One Day Only and Not Over Two Patternsto F

the high seas, but none is more in-' I It

H terertlns t or. from a landsman's standpoint *t''I a Customer: };

7 Mail Orders more frauht with danger than ; -
p a .Spa c ial tY. a voyage be recently made from I There arc just 52 pieces in this exceptional value-giving offering, made up of neat

_______ :
,t E( 1 Ml Mp Brighton, England to Cape Town) .stripes: dainty checks and'plaids, light medium and dark colorings. First ;

d! Africa in a little 40 foot ketch of 9 -
: come first served.. See them in our Big North Window.
E i g+ tons register, accompanied by a single 4 v

p k Gordon & Brown Hardware Co. II smallest companion.that ever The vessel made the was long the __ 10 Yards for 65c. 10 Yards for 65c. t't t '

trip. P '
M 4
Captain Napper who is a tall

J PJ: 110-11 East Garden St. Next,to Freight Depot. I t rather heavy gun tanned, hearty: and 4 i* Swiss CurtainsTwo
.$- tl whole souled mariner of about 34 4 4rurs' Cottage ,
.. t ; of age, was seen aboard the
I Belmont a day or"so ago by a representative I I
iLmUBmii: NMt/AIr.MT.a114aan.l- m. !: of The Journal and told j Exceptional Values for

l the story of his ,remarkable voyage I'I'j a
of over fen thousand miles throughthe I II Quick Selling Monday.See .

..:+:+:..:........:..:...:...:..:...:...:+:+:+:...: )f.g+x....:+:+.....:.. mid-Atlantic. Incidentally 3Ir4Napper I J;
I exhibited the log book of the,I them in Our Big South Show Window. .
. zi I.[ ORE I! voyage ana an album containing: I II

! Services at the ChurchesFollowing i Y I newspaper clippings relative to the'! ,,.., $ 1.50 Swiss Cut-taint. 3t 1-2 yds long J| $1.75 Figured Swiss Curtains, Butter. ,
I trip photographs and numerous prig- "
final sketched which he made during f finished with 5 tucks and a 6.inch hem- j fly designs, finished with a 6-inch hemstitched {& ,

:'. :+:...,.11.K. ..:..:.-:...:-..;..:...:..:...:..: :+ ...*:: Special to The-Journal.' the artist trip.the of lattr no mean showing ability him as to well bean ;'las I frill, Extra Special $1.19 i i stitched frill Extra Special $1.39 .

,Atmore.'Ala. !!-D.' 13.-Mr. ;and! Mrs.: a dauntless sailor. After some urg- I About 40 pairs of these, so better come early if. you wish to share i in the offering, f
order of ser- service at 7:30 :, ing to spin the of his long and''' ,
; will be the p m. Sunday school Dan Parker/of London, a visit jam
at the various churches through- 9:30: a. m. Eporth League 7' m. : lonesome. journey Mr. Napper squared'away ,
Gut e.ces the city today p. to their mother, Mrs." 'B.: Ward. I substantially as follows: i 25 pieces 121.2 and 15c Double Fold Flannelettes Extra Special . .: 9'2c e ei

Catholic.St Baptist. Mr. John Owens has sold his mill to' Mr. Napier's Story. I 31 pieces tOe Fleeced Lined Flannelettes, Extra .! 712C
1 First Baptist Church-No regular Mr. William, Wallace and has gone In "In my -xperiene as a deep seats J rr

o clock Michael's; children's Church mass First:9} cock mass ; services. today. Sunday school 9:30a. : pa partnership ,wrth )I-T E Ward c' sailor have visited nearly every port; i 15, pieces: 8 l"3c Outing Flannels. See them. Extra Special : Q\C E .

amass 10.30:: clock; vespers 4 m. I Mr. Harrison Gillis has sold his mill of' any size in he world and. during! 1 _-..._ .. .. d.T
East End Baptist\ Church llth Ave I vojages to the Australian coast 1
o.-loek to Mr. Frank Gillis and will move it.
follow and Chase St.-Sunday school 10 a. learned of a pearl reef that had never "
Si Joseph's hurch-S'nices as m. Rev J., TV, Senterfltt will preach to Quintette.' Fla. been worked and determined to fiti -

Sunday 7am. Low :Mass and Inv at both morning and evening services.A )!r, John.Dawson, of Wavbeek!_ ,JLla:,:"'out a vessel and make th!' voyage to Red Tag Sale Continued i

'lion. i? a. m. Sunday school. 10 cordial invitation, Is extended- to aU was here.Monday. i tiie west coast of Australia accompanies -
t m '
B m High Mass and Instruction. 4 p. :The little bab of ,Mr,: Tom Coleman -i by an experienced pearl ?: 4
Lutheran' Church. locate: the reef and then form a syn-
In \espeis. Roar and Boiedictiomfla German Lutheran Church'-Rer. J. ,was,, badly burned Wednesday,I: dicatt to work it. At that time! "$8.00 and Skirts $4.98 $6.00 and 6.50 Skirts 3.98
Blessed Sacrament. F. W. Reinhardt: ,_ piu! o.rSuna'3)' but is Improving' rapidjr noW. : mother of pearl a*'well as the pearls j ,
Re, Xavier Sutton will preach at School 9 a. m.; German service 10:30 Several new buildings,are' going up. themselves',,were high and I hIt sure
th to clock mass and will deliver i a. m.; English service 7 p. m.:;: Sun- in ,town. : : I that there was a fine I opportunity tomade f 1.75 Fringed Quilts 1.49 1.25 Hemmed Quilts 98c I;
'a laST' !lecture of the series on Dos.tune i day School exercise,, 2pm, Church Mr, Richardson<: tax assessor,, was a goodly fortune in the business.
of the Catholic Church at 7:43: I meeting alter close of English servics. here today\ 1 "W'Jth this ,object I bought an opsn Sheets
Sheets 49c 81x90 Hemmed
pm I[All Acting members. requested to at- Mr. Charlie Gullcy has purchased I centerboard: boat, and had k. almost := 81x90 Hemmed 59c E Ei
Mass! during the week Is at 7:30 a. tend. some land here and expects.to move on, entirely rebuilt ,Into a 42-foot ketch I
in except 3Uon4a>B4-Fridais, when Scandinavian Lutheran Church" it aoon.. i -, ,' which I named Brighton." The little .. '

It > ai 8 a, m. During Lent and the Services at 0:30 ii, ra,. and, ,5 p. m. Miss Loaisa, 'Ward. wenC' to Pensa vessel had a 11 foot beam was I
jwntbi of May and October it is at Rev. Helle, '.pastor_ "* -- -- j cola Monday __ .. of 9 tons, and I ,had a small cabin : Yours for Quality,
"a m s a Mr. E., Graham went to Mobile ,on built on hr,. large; enough for myself
"''lnf(! 5I(1nS in the evenings before Prtibyterian.First I business_Tuesday. ,' find J:. L. Larigford. an experienced i i
Sundays lIoly Days'of Obligation and Presbyterian Church-Rev.. Mr, Elijah Ward was in Mqbile! Monday pearl 'diver,, who accompanied me on W'J&BP0RBEal
Yirv Friiays; from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. Julian S. Slbley. ptator. Sunday I on businessman was accompanied the vojage.
Bapusns Sundays at 2! m. or by .-- : back bv"his brothei'l'alton ', '
p. school!; 9:30'a. ra. Chr)_tfan Endeavor : I A. Rough Voyage.
appointment 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a.,m., and )lr. Hogeboom The Journal's"rep- "We were one hundred and five .
7:30 p. m.Sunday : I resfntatlv', has returned to Pensacola. days sailing! from Brighton to Cape TgTgyWtftf CE L t)
__ Church of Christ. I school at the Stoddart Avenue The roads are so bad school chit: Town, and ,in ,that time passed t
A !1l' Communion, service 11 a. m. superintendent. All are cordially invited bad weather. one of which we lay-to for 24 hours along the weSt, coast'of Australia anJJ .
I'rejralng at 7:30 p in. byV.. T. Mr. Renfroe filled his regular appointment with sea anchor out and oil bags ii I ,am sure ,that when I get there I can I .
T! :Mr Gonzalez here Sunday. the big naves from breakIng make '
lr\ Tracy will ge at use to keep locate unexplored: reefs and a
tb mornirg Christian.First Miss Farbv Rosette Wiggins. 'Mamie completely over the vessel. About good fortune put of the business."
Episcopal. Christian Church Corner Alcanir Coleman and Elsie Smith called on one thousand miles from Cape Townwe At one time Mr. Napper was in
<"bnsi Church-Ilev, P. H, ,Wl al y. and Gregory streets. Sunday Miss Ethel Nichols Sundaj." lost the rudder in a storm and 1 command\ of 'W. K.' Yanderbilts 32- II GREEN & WATSON t
I> D Rector. Regular services: at school 10 a. m., II. J. Mackey Supt. trade that distance steering entirely knot turbine steamer "Tarantula".
" 30 and and 11 a. m. and 4:30: p. m. Preaching at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m.r Farmers mecnanics, railroaders:, with the ails After leaving St. Vln and In the "course of his long expert :
Fundar: School 9:45 a. m. Wednesda by O. P. SpiegaJ.J general evangelist, laborers rely on Dr. Thomas" EclectrkOil. : cent we found a small colored boy erce has been connected with .\esselaj:: j !
} and Friday services at 4:30 p. m. of Birmingham Ala. Revival. services !. Takes the sting out: of cuts slower away on board and he finished of every description: from a catboat
St Kathalnc's-Cervantes and Da- every evening tills week;. except Satin burns or bruises at onc('., Pain cannot ... the voyage to the cap, with us. to a full rigged ship and from a launch!I
TB! street Rev Andrew T. Sharpe: S. day at 7:80.: : Subject this morning: stay whera.it is used. -' "If ft hadn't been for losing our rudder to the largest steamers that sail the i texperiences I SPECIAL SALE FOR THREE DAYS !
T B. rector Sunday services 7:30 The Twentieth Century Church. we wouldn't have put in to Cape seas.but none'of them afforded the ..
"Twentieth Century Christians Town but would have rounded the that attended his -
Evening: :
and ll a m, and 4 p. m. Sunday i REVIVAL SERVICES AT THE exciting
fcchool 3'30 a. m Servic Wednesday :' A souvenir will he given GADSDEN METHODIST ,CHURCHThe C'.pe'of Good Hope and salted directly voyage in .th.e.-ket.ch. Brighton froth Commencing Monday, January 15.
one attending this service. 1 ,across the Indian Ocean for the England to the Cape,
and Friday at 4 Saint'sDa"8
p m. ... ,
west coast of Australia,. but had to I All broken sets line Embroideries the Dainty Baby' Embroideries,
Holy Communion at 10 a. m. revival services at the '
I Univtrsalitt. Gads put in there for repairs. Cured L"m'bago.A. wider to the corset cover widths will just half
Seats free A welcome to all. I dent\'reet Methodist church are St. John's Church, \Varrington 1. First UntvefllUat Church-East held each day; and the congrtgticns .- Stopped at Cape Town. B. Cauman Chicago writes Mar.i!, the original 'price. All marked in plain figures.
Rev J. R.. Blrkneil. priest In charge.I t Chase street. :J. W. Caldwell minister. continue to, .incrwis*;' although "Soon after reaching the cape a 4, 1903:, "Having bee troubled with ,
Fervicpg on first t. Services toll at' 11 a. m. flick looking gentleman came aboard Lumbago, different times and tried, TRICOT FLANNELS.
and second Sundays th<'> weather during the past week hasbien i
In each month at 11 a, m.; on third 1 Sunday school. at 10 ss, m. Special very inclement.This the ketch and, after saying that heunderstood one phyfteian, alter: another, then different -
Funday at 7 a: m.. and every Sunday!, meeting of the Y. P. C.:U., 7:30 p. m. morning at 10 q'ciock therE my destination was the ointments and liniments gao TIa.'E'ol.fh-e shad? -.to;select from per yard, only .. .. ....19c
All are cordiallr invited.a Australia asked If it \ altogether So I tried once ,.... ._ . .. .. .. ... ._ ..
*M 30 p ra except: the fifth. will be a special! service for ladies,,, pearl fisheries of up1 Flannelettes, single fold. .. .. 7/2c| : 4"
The Bishop! of Florida will visit SU ? although everyone is Invited and tbit!I I would consider a proposition to stay mor." and -got a' bottle of Ba.lIard's.Snow Flannelettes, double. fold..r.; ... _. .. ". .. ........ ....lOc
Church of Chrl.8cientiat.. Liniment, which gave me almost :.
Johns Second providing I could do better
church February 18 at 7:30 evening Rev. Branscomb will pracJitf : there
m p.I The SOCOna'.Church.! .of Christ, the men. At 3 o'clock this after. than it was possible 'for me to do ifj instantrelief.. I can cheerfully j i Remnants in all departments are being culled out and sold at ,a +'
ScientIst-S.nicN Sunday original plans. He recommend! it. and ,will add my name sacrifice.
Century Mission-Rev. J. R. BIck every noon he will meet with the children I J followed my '
nell, priest in charge. Services on I morning. at 11 o'cjock Wednesday afternoons and Monday morning the' services i then made a proposition to prospect to your list: of sufferers: Sold by alii J .
invited to call and look them
You cordially o'cr.I
o'clock. African are
I Reading room for reefs along the south druggists.
third Sunday at 7:30 m. and on will b:! young men. for pearl
fourth Sunday at 11 p. open daily from 10 a. #n.,,to :3 p. m.. There Is a great deal of. Interest coast saying that he would forma t
The a. m. where Christian Science literature being manifested In the services, and. syndicate and raise all. the money Knights of ,Pythias.
Bishop of Florida will visit Century may be had. ft.oortl.6 Masonic Tem Rev. Branscomb has made! necessary to equip a fleet of pearling Pensacola Lodg i No.3, K. of P..'
Mission on Sunday, Feb. 18, at 11 manfriends q & 1 lJ'8 SON
I. m. ple. during his stay here. vessels and operate them if we would will hold regular 'meeting Monday I I
s '* locate' the reefs. I talked the mitter night. January J5th at 7:30 o'clock.;, :0EEN I It.
Salvation, Army CARD OF THANKS.To over with my shipmate and as the:: Very important business. Delegates*
Methodist. Meetings nightly at the Army Hall. proposition looked all right, cecidedto and alternates to district meeting .at
Palafox those woo have given ,
Street Methodist Church- A cordial welcome I Js extended to all. l1uista.ncj I take him up.' The result was a& Milton, particularly requested to at _
J.M! and hand !
B C. helping .to the late Rev. Wi
">eeg 11 a. Glenn m. Union, pastor service Regular at Gads.ser. Sunday m. Richard school Norris every, captain Sunday in 2:30 charge.: p< J. Hahn in his time of need.' In 'the,: agreement along by the which coast we of ,South were to Africa prospect -; tend.of Work sister in lodges rank and of visiting Knight.breth-Members ON00100004t0000000 OO N..00000000000 1+J0000 .......tReed m'
nn closing years of his life make'hiburden '
Street church in evening. Sunday 6e to furnish all funds necessary cordially InvitEd to meet with us. or Rattan :
rhool Jj3 a, m. J. N. Andrews sup- First Church of Christ, Scientist lighter and Main at. the sic'1 Give us a certain interest in the syndicate ren J. A. KIRKPATRICK ;
. Epworth League 6:30 p. First Church of Christ; Scientist- bed and funeral and for flowej"s: Sivtn, I and relieve us from all lIabii- HENRY .HOR&LER, C. C. ,
m Service at 11 a. m.. Services will be we. the relatives, In this manner' .express ;'Ur. I made this last stipulation as K. R. i Chairs and Rockers i
Gadsden Street Methodist Church- held in the Pensacola Library. buildS our heartfelt thanks. I, dWn't want to lose my boat desiring S"t t .
Breaching at 11 a. m. Special Union itfg ion East Chase street MRSW..J. HAHN AND'FAMILTV to continue the voyage: to Austra .t; Exsa iffg"Si.aJtftgt f.. Ary-a; particularly, lrable class of Furniture, for they ;
__-_ lia and follow the original plans, ifthe" ble. light in weight, easily moved from room to .
- __ __ ,. ,,-rrJW f' are .4t !
....,. southAfrican scheme. 'proved a >> TERSELY TOLD .1 l : room or, one location to another, and
;: i} __ failure. BUSINESS LOCALS. 9F'''
A Grand Rascal. i Are Inv.rlabIY.flu/lt for Comfort,
"'"K 1i -
fellow secured subscriptions >iI I
"This -- : In' adiitlon,' they 'a're popular priced! -$1-73: $3.00. $<00.
at the
!Piano BlUlyill1lg is MaJe! EBlSY: amounting horn: wealthy to 85,000 men Ibs..(1440.000) and McKiBl Oerttng t: Cow and wholesalsretiH I i 13.00.. $&oo; $7 '0 and J1200. Bay now and pay later If :. '

: lived in the highest style while we and Jbp'cbaud.'ers! grocers you likesMARSTON. .

i By our plan ten dollars down and a dollar or so a week, will plit'a'i "......pre- rospectlng. For supplies a time came all the Pensac0ts' oplp ftrst-ctaii. m baase*..9w of to the all kind,: & .
went well! and our in QUIMA
Piano in your home that will 't>e a ,joy as long as you live. In- addition regularly, but eventually ran out ,-has Just I i i .
THOMPSON opened< a .
suspicious by that V
being little C.
and a
to time set sail for the 'CAD*. Upon arrhing frethitne of beauutul box paper.' : 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, FJa._ :
found the rascal had suitable for Christmas presents. Also '
there we
Lasting Tone and Singiiig "Qualitiesthe cleared out taking the money with crepe"" papers 'Passepartoot picture 0..1.ON1N 00040NNOONON0000110.OOOt100000010y0 j t ',-,
him, aaa'. although he had been pursued binding?, p11tSE. cards, etc. ,- .---- --, -
Jar Into the Hottentot country, IJdecv- -- -- .... : ;

the creation of the world's s'most famous piano builders. had considerable trouble getting ,f NOTICE. New
but NEW
out of the mess, finally did Five Tables
se. selling the ketch to pay my individual Neither: the. captain Brunswicke-Balke

3 Kranlch 6 Bach, Lester, Mehlln 6 Son, Clutter. stpter, Chlckeriog, Newton. I, debts and then went to work .the owners Aust nor ss consignees Augusta. will of rL'
to get beck
.t to raise enough Everything Up-to-Date.
1('. England In good shape. I reached t be respoctlbla for debts
Oldest 114-116 S. PaUfox St. i there 'eventually, and soon afterward contracted, by the crew of Ease Government Street.
and Largest 14
: Mu.lo House in Clutter Music Mouse PhanalSPENSACOLA shipped. on the Belmont, this beingmy siid vease% .'
Florida .,, first trip aboard of ber.i D TX: HREOUCH.CULT PARLORS J. A. BILLINGSLEY, Prop.
I day intend to fit out a .TRANSIT CO-
H "Yes. some
.... : t.5 ; : .!.i.. : .! i C&Ptab.J'
'- ,,_" .,;'Wiot -, 7 7 vt sael' and sail for the pearl fisheries lonsigneer
',';' i1\ r '"

,. H "//E t-s,'\'" "": ,.' _..{f)__ ."; Ar... .. -t', 4- ft;rlJ ll"<,"- _" ----:!..___" .""'11-. _. '
2 .. _
: ....>.. ': "
k i. < ,, : r $ -*
.2 "" ."5 u $
__, \. r-u it'Vr; h"1L.: )v f<1 -.....:,>a..fu.lI'Ls: : <1:" ; "- -, -' ..tjV: ... :,:,,

:;-- ; .
*- -*-'- --
iv *
!L1i1llUN t-


ll i \

.. .
---- -
-- - -

p ------------ '

I Attractive Offerings in Real Estate.

THE RESIDENTIAL SECTION OF MONEY1by I! of. .the-most valuable pieces of property in the city

and fronting streets (Z60x "O).
ttt investing a few dollars In t two .story brick building on Garden street' near Pal.
lots on East: Hill. I am .selling } lot 92 feet front. Quick sale.

I Large 3-story brick building near business center. A
t NORTH AND EAST HILLS. $50 and $60 e3t i>ayer. .
j I ,
: building lot near business center on corner (:t5

I ; $1.00 cash and 50 cents! per j 192 leet).' -

: J3.00 cash and $2.00 per month. I: property near Palafox street property paying
lots will be worth $l00tQ $125 per cent. We consider this a bargain.

t IN BOTH IMPROVED AND. UNIMPROVED they are paid for_on j the! tprmtf( 2-story. dwelling on West Hill; good nei hborhood.
Such easy terms are not: offered I rooms and 'servants quarters. Lot 80. by ISO feet.
day. I am selling 10 to 1C Department Is,given special attentlon, and our luts
AND BOTH SECTIONS ARE' ON ,CAR, LINES AND IN day and they will soon..he.a: and dwellings contain !locations in all parts of toe
: I Insurance ,Department, representing 13; of the leading
10 PER CENT ] : American companies can .fully protect yoa-from the firs
u OUR OFFERINGS I JN THESE LOCALITIES., DONTMISS l : in any 'amounts made on ,real estate and en short no

t i THIS OPPORTUNITY. net to.you can be obtained, on I
below, and 1rom t
pay 12 per cent.
$3000-6 houses renting for : .
1 month., I
per <
$1600-3 houses renting for HQOTQN & WATSON

Pemisacola tavestmeet COO per. month. rr Successors to Thos. C. Watson & Co.
$ 600-4 room house renting for

% 600-2 small houses
A. H. C'tLEHBERTE City, Manager. i I $8.00 per month. ---- ---jA-r--ww ---.-

__ __ .. -' .
--- -- -- -- -- -
Investments -
I L i Other "
W.B.KNOWIIS President R. B. SIMPSON! s.ecreta.ry.I ;
J.L ST1LLMAN V..f'rel.lD.f Gen. Mani'tr. KNOWLKS BY!!. Treasurer. $8000-Business lot 125. feet I Rooms. I Board and Rooms
den street. i -

I Real Estate, Leans, General Investments. $12000-287% feefe-on: i rooms in a': FOR RE. Furnished rooms torrent
I will nay 8 per cent. : new house and with or without board Xj
$3500-Elegant home, eight I 212 W. Gregory Street. light housekeeping. Apply 310 \Ves;
: 215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola. Florida. Hayne street. I privileges. Gregory. IGdeclm-
$2250-6-room New Cottage, (
-------,- .... BAY HflTEL.-opeu night and
'- airi day
: -- -------- ------ and all modern) :
'$4500-9-room house. North European plan. Rooms light an!
I ------ --- $1500---5-room house (all : few boarders at 318 W. clean. Transient trade solicited

fi w ANTED --l l'Al'TED.The lf WANTED J\I HilL 'bouse good I2janlm neigh* 575-579; S. Palafor. Jis. S. Nicolas.
$850-;3 rooms (city. water), car Prop.
f i4 '\\ public to know that 'WANTED.-By experienced male stenographer Gregory. ,
r i .i The Mayts Printing Co. has Just secured a permanent position. Address $150 and up.-lots on and near -Wright street just PARK HOTEL.-Opposite Plaia.
ntttr I a larg" contract for printing 1:9. care Journal. 14janlw* Hill car line. Depot. Nice com, Rooms with or without board Short

11 for the 'government Our prices are I I I. FOR RENT 1 I Rate" ;per day 50c; I orders and regular meals served (a
: WANTED-$1000.00 Last Year aver- 12jan2w* cafe. Rooms; overlook bay. i6d ee
12jaa. $2.50
work better up.
and our .
rtn Tight aged per week $88.50 profits. Ourmethods 6-room house: ,near depot... .. I __
u. '
vi WANTED.-The public to know that most valuable ever offered. 6-room house. 218 E. -

1 1 old newspapers can be bought at I Full and prompt advice free. Write Warehouse. Cuahman's Alley... I 1 I \\ furnished rooms in I IVSiscGlSsneousDONT
1 this offlce for five cents a bundle. They promptly Dickson & Co., 115 E. 6th St., 16.room house. N. Baylen.. : house, situated! In a

iF are all clean and nice Cincinnati O. | RENTS COLLECTED I growing large I FORGET that I am still tunis;
?tZU MONEY LOANED. ) cedar. gua.1 pianos. J. Conrad Scott 28 E. Gov
8i lLI WANTED.-Electric work of ala kInd. QUICK, DELIVERY-Hauling of all I to rest and be at ease j eminent st. Phone 380. Sjanlw*
H ) Let U$ clean jour fans. re.air your kinds solicited; moving of furniturea ; the car line. In the
wu. dynamo.
u1t 570. Petieacula: Electric Co.. 205 S. Residence Phone 454; office Phone LESLIE E. ; mart. Call or If 'You ,want a good drajman nn;

: ill _liaylcu.________________________________ 918. 14janlm Cervantes street. 933. Dra'Jl1en.s stand corner Palafox
WANTED. First-class registered WANTED TO BUT-A lot. vacant or 204% S. Palafox St. Fisher* I lOjanlw and Zarragossa. We will haul bag
druggist and pharmacist wants posItion improved on or 'within two blocks I b, gage and: furniture at the same rate.
in West. Florida permanent or of Palafox between Garden street and I ; lSHED, ROOMS suit- and also any other hauling. We .'::11
!ThW ht housekeep'ng.! Al! haul any load that one ,man can handle
temporary. Address F. Z., care Jour the monument. Address: A. Z.. care HELP
nal. 3jan. Journal. itsi : :\ : Apply 810 E., without any help within one mi!).
tt. J.9Janlm. for the regular price.. We are reii!
I 11 ; SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED WANTED.-Half grown ,colored : I able draymen, and we are responsible
m thnffit and quiet. 9
-Highlit price paid for gent's LOST Gadsden. ROOMS for rt'nt.1 We are :in the business and are her

t clothing only. Also\ s1l second; hand "-.: ; clean and; nice: tostay. You can find us from :six to
goods. No 'JE. Intendencia. \. Apply at 12SV& E.' six.
WANTED.-Laborers on
.i LOST.-Between Gadsden street and Mrs. B. M. Trainer. 21declm J. BELL, M r
KODAKERS getKautrman'8Pi es Building at. Navy Yard. Good
and dummy station. a broach set
for de.-eloping and finishing. Best with turquoise pearls. rubbles and and steady work to right men. I ; I CUT .FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose
and cheapest in city. Romana and saphlres. Reward for return to 14 W. ISjanlw* I : !I mount Gardens, of Montgomery, has
t. Palafox. IDdeclm Gads en St.' 14jan3t .- -': I to !board on N. Hill placed an agency in P Pensacola represented
A.'TED.It'n everywhere;! ; car line on Strong:I by Miss Bertie Smith 616 \,
:L JOB PRINTING of all kinds wanted LOST.-Small Geneva watch with pay-pass circulars. tack I.I ( i address No, *.!. Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for
,' by the Mayes Printing Co. 24V.the black ribbon fob. University of no canvassing, ,steady.. i, !' 6janlm' roses. carnations and all kinds of other
J Government. Pnone 181. Only Idee Georgia pin K. A. fraternity pin and a Distributing Co., Chicago. 12j I; : I : ; 1[ cut flowers. Phone 651. !Gd: >'c
best of work. 1'i'I at five
tr cents a bundle
West Point Senior Class pin all attached :
p WANTED.-Hauling: and transfer to fob .Suitable reward for return 1 WANTED house maid. They are all .clean:: TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor,
once to 229 N. Spring street. > cents clothing cleaned. pressed !
: t' work. Office phone 363; residence to Miss Hunt, 27 E. Wright. 14janLOST. ; 1j i.'i and
repaired short
; on notice No
phone 390. Acosta & White :22!::28 N.Tarragona j ,
-It- St. 25mar. .-$5500 In bills between Garden -I WANTED-Good nurse. .. : ROOMS-Fine. location.![ West Government St.. Pensacola, Fla.
street and postofflce. Reward : 1006 North Bajlen street. of,bay. '414 South i'|I Idee.I .
if returned to L. .S.: Brown & Ca's office. : fr '
hand oat I
-I1; WANTED -Second corn : Dec.29.1 SAILMAKER.
13Jan3t. -Young man as :
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of er and to assist in offic* work. I ROOM i i 1.7. H. PORTER sal mlker.: 716 South
4 town shipments solicited. Write us. ; two blocks
LOST.-Strayed from home one black references:; and state salary I Palafox street. Orders taken for
20mar.() : I St.. 211 West
; F. S. Mellen & Co. Go\ern-
43 Address I I tents. awnings stools and house
---- horse, marked on side from trace. P. O. Box 174,. P 899. Inquire to 12. camp
'Ic :ANTED.-Th Merchants Transfer rubbing. Reward for return to Geo. Fla. 1 ( ) : 21declm I cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3ljan.
1 Co. wants your moving and baultn? A. Vouco lch. 9 South Alcanlz. Phone I

All breakage guaranteed. T.. B.. Taor'l 591. 13jan3t I Men and boys wanted to Four furnished rooms. Educational
Prop. Pnone 97S. PIumMng $5 day
sen. bea'dithf"r Trade pays I 18 E. Garden St.
LOST-r3trtng of gold!
i oomplttlnaMU"se! of I -
chef (colored)
COOK.-Exe-Iencej USIC.-Att -Holidays" i wi'l:
between there
In Opera House or traction at home or In our I
Is open for engagement to go( south and lesidence Reward for return toni Graduates admitted to Union accept a limit number of pipiNon '
Jan. 1, Florida preferred; references. :! South Bavlen street ,Jan w. Master Plumbers Association. \ I'I I{'I FURNISHED, or tin- the following instruments: Volin:
\ ;
:4 Address by letter. J. C. B., 9 Gran- aklons secured. c.yae I : j ; can also use for Cello, Clarinet and all brass IDPITUments '

vlllo pi. Bo ton. ISdeclm Practical Schools Plutafcio's : ., Inquire at SOl except slide trombone \\1 ;
KINO & KUAL. contrasting painters Money to Loan. Bl'ikla'inew York C : or phone 323. teach at pupils residences Music fur.

and decorators. Fine varnishing c'.nnatl. St. Louis. Free Catalog. t : fished for all occasions, band or or-
TO LOAN.-On real estate ( chestra. ) .
MONEY or Please leave orders at tin
and finishing. Sign panting! a spociaitr. -
.. Residence phone 249. 29aug. other sufficient security by appl,. WANTED-Tnree or fOIif ; 1' bed room, cou- Clutter "Music Hou :
Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox and ed; privilege of bath
ing to carrier boys. Apply to C. F. i aSdress: Navy Yard. P'noa-
:\\'ANTED.-All keepers or poultry to Romana, up stairs. 17nov-m. art, Journal office.WANTED ; 126 W...Garden. St. cola. Fla. P F. Ehlers. Bandmaster
.N feed wheat.) It is the cheapest feel I I 1IS._ Navy.
: because It makes hens lay. F. S. MONEY TO LE..D-On good real e* .-Bright ----, --" -- -- -- -
I Mellen I. Co.. Phone 33(. tate security, or on good collateral: young fewboarders in private '
lady; stenographer ) ;
rates. Leslie E. Brooks.
; at lowest ly furnished rooms with
Ar-TED.-All- kinds of electrical Fisher building. 21JaaMONEY. a permanent" position. telephone. Conveni
Journal. : i
mane-nt /are ;
t work. I sell all kinds of electrical shops and on car line. FOR REXT.-Elegsnt' two story stor-
1 batteries anl other electrical supplies. LOANED on any and all Gregory. 3janlm room in new .Star Laundry bu.liin; !
I When jou need me ring 345 or 933. kinds of personal property payable: WANTED good 'S I E. Garden street Apply Walker (tn
Star buildIn weekly or montnty. When you need dress M. B.. care Journal.
E. W Peake. new Laundry -Lare front room graham Star Laundry. :2.1dee!:!
me. J. A. Wilson 22% W. I .
Garden. ladec. money see handwriting stating
;. E. Government street. Salisbury building: I I south and west.. Good --- --- -
salary expected. location. Apply 12 A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for
:ANTED.-A. R. Bingbam wants 7. dec
room I or phone 65. 2janlm rent, suitable for furniture'or other'
your moving and hauling. He guarantees WANTED thoroughly
MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal goods. 104 and 106 South TarragonaSt. :
all breakage. Phone 630. farm : : '
C property on short notice. and. experienced man to : Phone 630 20nor
F C UnTJIO SE DYEIXG--7Presslng: Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair about 6 ,miles, from city. ,. : : WANTED- at 312 N.'
Journal office. l d tday week on month:
and Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox 2Si'... South: Palafox St., Phone 1144. Mrs. Jennie Per.:
SU Mrs. T. J. Da\is. Prop. Your pat. finer Found
ronage solicited, satisfaction guaran Any intelligent person may' 15declm*: __. ____ --u
., UNLIMITED amount or. money to loanon a good income
teed. Careful attention give ladies
all kinds of personal property. newspapers; no canvassing; ; ROOMS, with or with: FOU'sD.-A watch; owner ma I't
Phono 1222.:! 3decl
i ;garments. Special rates to business men on large Doe unnecessary. Send for : ) ,Pleasant locality near same ,by proving property' .\rpIY
Ar-TED.-ETt'r.bodY- to take dinner loans. The New YorkLoan Co., 204% lars. Northern Press 117 E. Intendoncia.! A. G. Fell. Jr.. 719 N. Barcelona
vii at the Southern HoteL 9dec. South Palafox. Ixckport. N. Y. declaim.: .I 14jan 4t*

I _ _ _

I The Road to Wealth is the "Dirt" Road ; to Wealth is the "Dirt" Road

1' Real Estate investments carefully made not only bring current Interest .
carefully made ,not only bring current Interest,
in value
but are constantly increasing in value.

Lot 100 ft. by 130 ft deep on corner Gadsden and Baylen Sts $3000.00 715 N., nce on North Bajlcn street between Cervan
Corner 10 by 125 ft 'd(ep..A .... .... .... .... .. .$5000.00
r *, One-fourth block in New City between 15th and 16th avenues Several .7-room house, large lot excellent neigh

4 5 lots on car line. .. .. .. ....,... .... .... -.... .... ......$ 875.00 ed and ..' ., .. .. .... ,.. ... ,.... .. ......$250000

4 I 123; feet by 150 feet deep on West Strong.. ... .. .. .. .. ...-.. .$2500.00 311 E. .lot :30 ft. front on Baj, between, Clubbs and I

I One-fourth block south front, corner iStii street and 18th avenue $750.00An ''t 324 .. ,. ......... .... .. .... ... ... ...$1200.00
: 720 E home. 6 rooms, hall windmill fruit trees, and half
elegant site on Stoddards ar nue for a home 137 1-2 ft. front 1017 N 16th street and 18th avenus .. .. ,. .. ..$3000.009

'by 200 ft. deep. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. ,.*-. .. ............... .$150000 5061N. ; : : : : deep: on East Gardsn street, between Tarragona

I North half of Blocks 106 and 107 on: N.' Palafox St. ((30 lots....$2200.00 409 Ey : : : .' .. .. ',.. ,. .... ....' ... ... & ..,...$1440000

; ; Half block on Bayou Texar 132 ft, 6, inches 1 front on water..$1600.0O 508 W. : : ; Intendencia, n ear Palafox street (Improved) $5000.03

of E. Rom na St., by 240 ft. deep 160. ft. E. of
g. Lot 80 ft. front on Garden! St.. between! Donelson and coM. .$1200.00 TO ., ...: ... /. ..... ..:. .... ..:: ......$1500000

120! ft. front on Strong Street between JOtfc and 11th avenue.. $675.00 Zarrtgossa St. south of square.. .. ,'. ....$3500.00

140 ft south front on 13th street between 15th and 16th avenueson IF "( on Bajlen St., 86'4 ft deep between Romana

car line.. .. .... .. ,". .. .. ...... .' ..\ .. .. ,. .. .. .. ....$750.00 US A '.. .. .. ,.... <.. .. ... ... .... ,. ... ... .$6500.00
) E. Romana St, '40x170 next to Bass & Co..$';ooo.00
MONEY at the lowest market rate of interest on improved or vacant
lowest market rates of Interest on Improvel or vacant
city prop rtj_. Ront v I





\ __. _._' "'"

u .. .. a ,u So MS :

-. f ,. ,.,-,, ,t .. ,
'F .
'" '- ;:< .cr. +" s'r".4.. ; .... : .,, ll:1iw.ft.oL
;; ; : A Jfe'-t >?*i, *X>!set-.if-

\ \:'" : '4 ') ,, ,
+ ; % ;
I S'S:;",* >- 4

. S ;

.. I. { .
- .

U : .. _
= ,
----- .
____ ___ t tD. -5- ffr1 f ----------- __ : n, ___. S.. __ __ _. U_. _,__ _PAGE_ SEVEN __
HALE WILSON 6 CO.! -, -- ftr.i'I ; *"" ....-.--.--..-i Ii......... -w-. _;_ = &
1" ;, I I' .... .. ... .... ... ;
1! I : TURPENT1NESTILLS. : Pensacola St.!
''f Andrews "
REAL old Joe : IAUSL-EY t' > ,

RENTS AND LOANS i ..I I! Whiskey McMillan Manufacturers' Bros., ,Co |i 6 i COMPANY, j t STEAMER Gulf Steamship TARPON:Go. ]1

VE886L3 If( PORT. 111 tiSi w/.e heads MOBILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS. ]
rft. nave the following very desir- I COMMISSION BROKERS I IH I WG.EIARROWMaat.r.FUt2TCL&.L' i
of property on our "For
.b:& pieces II 'fI'i( always seek the PASSENGE' AND L.
Sale! !I-1: Antiqiu. Br IIJ Witten 1875 Vera FREIGHT fc-EKVICB .
FOR SALE. Cruz to master. IWII. best and' find it. : WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. i iIi -B tw nII .'

Tvith nice lot of fruit trees i ian Auguste I PEN ACOLA. MOBILE.
u m0'* Aust IS. .Hrt\gl1ch. 1777, ; II APALACHt.
; : to Gulf Transit Co. Wires N. Y.
'. .lock best part of East Hill:'" August Belmont. Br ss. 2967 -Savannah _-" ,III'i flavor and age Naval, Stores. I N. 0.. and Chicago. | DREWS. MILLVlLLE.
all St.
cheaD. !.' Savannah.: Ga.. JaD. 13.-The naval And points on Andrews 0-
bunding location overlooking to Gulf Transit Company. make "old joe" I Carr bcle! and Apalachlcol' '
Best stores market closed today as follows: COTTON
a>ou Teur. 200x137% ft.$1,500 I Cayo Bonto, Br '8. Widgery. 2213. 1 a strong favorite W'iV.. '! .. .?L' .t.; ". ,.. *....6 00' STOCKS, GRAIN,PROVISIONS and BONDS Febsacola SCHEDULE
r'Jm house. W. Jackson Ixindon to Gulf i q I .. Lean Sunday I:3o vnz
Good Transit Co. WG..v .. ......5 80 o **

rtiv* . .$850 Cober. Br ss, Delziol. Galveston to ( get wise I N.. ... .. .. ," .. ..... .. .....555 : Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. I Leave for Mobile Pensacola.AlLI TuesdayS S3o
.* .JOl'lr; m New City near Stod Jari order. K..' .. .. .. .. '.. ..' .. .......4 55 I St. Andrews *.,
pIae" . . . .. ..$1500 : i, I a million bottles I ..... .. .. .. ;'.' .. .. ..405 I'lacaicola m for Carrabella and, MUlyUle.Int Ap*
Mimnet! of good renting houses that Exmoor. Br es, Stonehouse 2293. I 111'i H.. .. .. .. .... *. .. .. .. ..365 i, Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 I points. tU1edi&c.c..

,.-:J. re' 10 Per cent. Bahia Blanca to order. :1'1 i sold annually G.. .... .. .. .. .. .. ....3 30F ....... For additional isfo-mation apply t.1
l o fl' ttSO feet. corner Romana Gamma. Dutch ss, Teensama. 1333, .-. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....3 45E ..........&.....e..o.................. J. R. SAUNDJ. IS.B. .

Inf AreflIZ.: Excellent location for West ,I; I' full measure, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....3 40 It. COBB. Prwident. S
TIT..!W Houses now renting regUlar Hartlepooj order. I D.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..330 S Gen. Fit. and Pass. Agt-
for ?24 pr month .. .. ...$2500 Good Hope, Br ss. Harding, 2308.: :!I 1,1" convenient package, C.-.. .. .. .. .. .. ....... .3 25 No. 5603. Pensacola. Fla.

-- Cardiff to Gulf Transit Company moderate Spirits Turpentine U*,c. H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK Cashier.
Will (lend a reasonable amount' of Marie. Ger: as. Schoeder. 891 West I I '.II"" price, C. W. LAMAR. Vice-President JNO. PFEIFFEP. Asst Cashier.

monty at lowest market rate of inter. Hartlepooi to ,Pensacola Lumber Com sold DIRECTORYPensacola
? everywhere. AUSLEY A CO.'S REPORTS
tu on any of the above. pany. | THE AMERICAN NATIONAL
30 S. Palafox St. !Liverpool Cotton Market BANKOF
Phone 234. Njassa Br ss. Baker, 1786 yera, "b & b" Clot Lodge. No. 3, K. of P.

Cruz to F. 0., Howe &; Company. atlantaU Jao. >'Fab....................................S.86 PENSACOLA, FLA. meets every Monday evening at 7:30

Tertia, Ger ss, Martinson 1396, Las; .Mar.-Apnl.li.-Mar..a............... .....................M IIi DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES over o'clock l'ou at their stable temporary W. Intendencia Castl1Iall St.

I Palm s. ;---- -- April-May ..................................003 Capital Stock $200,000 Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
Timber Lands.' Queen Christina, Br 53, Brake 2804 I SUSPENSION BRIDGES.- May.Jane.............................1.....6.W: ,:C ECJTO Surplus, $40,000 S J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. aII.
Hamburg to older. I Vied by Ma. H..dr.d. St V_... A.. y-inguat ..............................- 603 Henry L. Corlngton, S. J. Foshee. HDRSLER. K. of R. & S
I I Vivina Span ss. Bustinza. 19S3. Liverpool For Cro.sIi.g Sire._.. Aoraat-September.............................CBbeptrmbet J, tI. Pfelffer. A. M- Avery( -4 RatnboneLodge No.
to Gulf Transit Co, The .October ....,....... ............... W. H. Milton Jr.. 30 K. of P.
towline Is doubtless the earliest.. Oetobw-NoYerober ................ ........... Bryan Dunwody. O. E. Maura meets every
For Sale Ships. as it is still the simplest! application ofa No..mber.Deet .................. ....... Fran 'leniy, W. L. Cawthon. Thursday evening at 8:00
Ital rope for the removal of material. December-Jaonary ........ .................... W. S. *"*"?* C. A. O'Neal. o'clock In their temporaryCastle
Avon ship, Avegno, 1601, Genoato Hall, over Pou stable
Hitched to a floating log the genesis Liverpool SJI<'U. 8.08 T. F. McGourln. Dr. w. j. Hacna ,
Rosasco Bros. of all water craft canoe or'sledge it F. E. Bawner, McKenzie Oertlag. W. Intendencla street.'
Elvira, Port ship, Rodnques, 1488. was used C. W. Lamar Alex> Visiting knights are ClIoo
before tutory learned the New York Cotton Market McGowln dially welcomed. S
We have them. Several splendid. Lisbon to ord?r. art of writing or mankind the art of Open Hiji Low Close J. R. Saunders:: c. M. Covlngton.: J. D. KIRK a C.

Urg and stnsJl turpentine locations.! Ruby, Nor ship, Erikson, 1333, London reading.The Jaa............... 11.23 1190 11%J ll.W-81 Accounts of Banks, Individuals, C. J, LEVY. K of K. & g.
San Milis! aid Saw mill 'locations.Somr I -towline combined February..........?.-... ..... ..... ...... Corporations! and Firms. Solleted. .
I to Southern States Lumber Co. was with the ....... ..... Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits
excellent bargains in large I March 11.45 11 $5 1144 1U1J2 Knights of Colymbui.
and <1)1311) tracts of round and boxeitlxbei Barn- suspension cable. a means of crossing .April...........:. ..;.. ..... ..... ..... Meetings of >
lands. I I streams! in the'mountains of Hin- May...::.........:.II.to. 1165 1154 11.60-61 the j..
Delta Armenia. Ncr bk. Nielson. llbS. dustan at a very remote period. The June..........;.. ...:. ...... ..... ..... -6------ --- ------ ----- ------V Knights of Columbus ;).
l Urge tracts of Mississippi Treen to McKenzie & Co. ........ .......11.11:1 : are held at their hall.
I I OerUng suspension cable often several hundred Jaly : : 11(9 I 11 59 11 65 66drptember TU.!. H.
ana Hardwood Ian la. KNOWLES, President. W. K.IIYER. JR. V.-Pres. and Cashla1TIJOS. No. S West Intenden-
...... .... ..._ .....
Bauffshire. Ital bk, Marchese. 888.I feet in length. made August.- S *
Splendid;: list of valuable propertyand was of twist. .............. ..... .... ..... W. BRENT. Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst Cashier.{ cia street on every J
fine location for a Colony! or Stock Genoa to master. ed fiber or slender stalks of climbing S October.........._10t2 1075 10.;' 1074 71Normbar Monday evening at .I:

nn II. South East Georgia. I I Due Cuigmi l. Hal bk, Olivari 125S; vine This was solidly! secured to ........".... ..... ..... ..... '7:30 o'clock. An in-
Some of the choicest residence ;i Genoa to order.Edna large trees or masses of rocks on the pec.mber.........., ..... .... .... ... vltun is extended i
places in the beautiful little city o! banks of the chasms to be crossed. On L New York Spot 1195 I 1to visiting Knights.Recorder. ..}
M. Smiiu. Br bk Rice :: :
DeFuniak Springs Fla. and in Milton 736 this cable a wooden block, grooved underneatb. New Orleans Spots 11.0.18 JOHN B. JONES.

F.a: Leith to order was placed. suspended flora' First National Bank ,ED 1. FOX. Grand Knight. .
KilUena. Dan bk, Pedersen. .
Our. prices and terms are reasonable 765. which was a small rude platform or at Chicago Grain Market

Bahal. times a simple loop of rope for the Wheat. I Pensacola No. 4' :- :-
Cal on or write to us. I LOdge J. O. O F
Numberg, Nor bk. Birkson, 1107, passenger or baggage. The 'woolen Open Etch Low Close Pensacola
Chiistiaasand to A. Zellus.Paolmo block. with its attached i04d. May.. .............MX 88% 88'-. M S of Pensacola, Fla, meets Lodge No. 4. I. O. O. F. I
was frilled every Thursday
July........._85 Sal, M!.' t& evening at 7'3a:
Ital) bk, LaJraqua 1286. across the chasm in either direction L | at ,the new hall on West Garden

TURNER &AYMARD Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. by a towline attached to the block.- ; Corn. DIRECTORS. F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Win H Knowlcs, I J invited.street. Visiting brethren cordially
Providenza, Ital bk, Olcese, 1185 This rude contrivance is tho genesis' of Open Sigh' Low Close W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent. J.XEVlLLl.Secreta-y GREDXBLATT. :
Tonio. Ital bk, Topino'103 .. Genoa. the most refined aerial ropeways of the K.7.t.. .........45 JSS O 4H. :. ______ i"
Real Estate and Genoa to master. present day and of the suspension July__.....'...ttS <&'. 4oS 497, S REBEKAH SISTERS
Pruno hal bk, Gibelli, 11:! :, Artwerp budge also, which is, of a crude; form. Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah SIs- ::11:..
Company, to order. of very great antiquity. Auiey & Co.'. Daily Cotton Letter. Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and SoldWe ters meets every Monday night at .'!I;;
Soars da Costa, Port bk. Marnato, When! the Spaniards first visited Peru New York. JaIL ,13.-Liverpool d.tl 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. HalL Visit "
P P. D o. BOI I 115, DeFuniak Springs, florlda.LOTSIOOLOTS 604. Rio Janeno to H. Burs & Co. they found suspension' bridges which better (than was looked Ipr this morning ing sister*.cordially invited to be p-es-

__ Venadis. Nor bk Pettersen Maran- could be traversed by men' and bur ,cables coming :pijly one point lower ,ent. MRS S. DeTHA YER.

han to order. lened animals.! Some of thea? bridges on sp;?ts., *-hl'e! futures; were .practically draw our own Bills of ExI I I Vessels disbursed upoi the most MISS MAMIE "FREEMAN jecretamM.

SchoQntn.I "were of over 200 feet span and" were ur.change.j:" The sales.of spotS change on Great Britain, Ireland. I Favorable, Terms. and 'theIr obil-,, E. B. A. No. 81. meets fir t; d

Calumet. Am .s(;b. ..Gu.ntQl109l., Bal formed of half a dozen cables of twist. cottqn In the English market were Germany.. Franct!" Auctria, Italy Gations taken W** at port of third Wednesday evening at '7:30 p.

FINEST BUILDING SITES ON EAST I timore to order. ed osiers stretched.from bank to.bank S 000 bales! exceptionally heavy for-Sat S HIiand; Spain Belgium Russia.and : Destination Ten Days After Ves- m. Rafford! hail No 10. West;; Jate!!.
D. H. Rivera. ..m 8Ch. Peck S63, and, urday. As; a' result of the better cables Norway Sweden.; Denmark, j| dencia
passed wooden .
HILL. I Guantanamo order over: !supports.Tbess our markets opened at an'adviin.ce other European countries. j eel Arrives there. street.A. G. FELL Pres.
cables were bound together by
William H. Verkes. Am sch; Wade, of about .3 -to.6 paints and gradually J L. SWEENEY. Sec.
ALL NEAR CAR LINE. : 1:11.Ool'folk.. mailer ropes and were covered .t-t't I IS advanced until values were some ten

support layer for of the bamboo roadwaiDamarkClaIaa.which". formed- ,a. points be ter. The trading during the; Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we S Oak Camp W. O.No.1.VV.Live W. 1). W j

Get My Prices and Terms, as They day reflected the'bl'tter feeling in Liverpool m.eta in Pytnian Hall 1st and 3r3
HANDY SIDEBOARD.. Kel .. where cables'announced heavybuying have.. a Private Department for the use of ,Renter Wednesdays In each month.
RIGHT. .. Visiting,
Arc -
The Danes maintain that Admiral) for Lancashire. and Manchester sovereigns cordially invited.
Ball Info tk9 nIniia.em *11 **4 STile '
Nelson was one of their account. P. A.
Opening late the Klt k.n. race despite S BOG HIGH. C. C.
}'I". room house and bath. N. This design shows sideboard that the fact that he .wu';.born JriEn: !IantL unanimous? resolve of the New: Savings Department-Interest Paid on Deposits at LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.!
Harne street .. . . . .$1875 K They' point out that the name is Danish Orleans couvention3"to hold all of the
is located in the kitchen, but has Its W. O. W. C. Oak
left cents' .
cotton unmarketed for 15 rate of 4 cent Grove. No.4
till; -room house and bath. E. and that many Danes were settler per per annum. ,
front flush with the Inside of the dining also bad its effect-;-causing much better t Woodmen Circle meets last
a Thursdayof
Wright street . . . .$1350 in East Angiia. They consoled them S .
room wall. The back* of the central feeling among the professional ele- -- -- each, month at 3:30: p. m. 2d floor '
:1f'u'n.room house. 2 corner lots. selves over their defeat at, the battle!
Ea Hill . . . . .$2000 open space li a door that slides up- of Copenhagen with the thought that : ment who were'.favorable to the mar HILTON GRKEN. ......lPC.T. T. K. WKLLKS, Vrc..l'a.'JD.n Pjthlan Hall, over Po.i's stable on In
ket but had :been disinclined to loadvery tendencia street. Visiting
R.at.JUKNZL: ..V.&I.In_ AN"UtW!! UORKNO. T.C.u.IlU sovereigns
Dj'hl-room; house modern, NHaMie the of I ( was one their .:
victor own rc Invited.
cordially MM.
street .. .... .. .$3250 up heavy! until they knew what W. A. Smith,
At least: one Scandinavian historian refers -: i action would be taken. Now that the Citizens National Bank clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olsen, guardian.

to his family as "one of the most cotton growers have pledged themselves ,
of Pensaco'a.! Fieri d*. _. .
brilliant examples of noble English: to hold for this price we think D izoctrOee.W ... .. -- -- '------ ---

C. R. YAEGER families descended from the.. .North* the market will show much greater activity Wright. Morn Ant, T. K. Well I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTIn
men." e as many'traders who wers small Bix)f.RoWnion. L.HlltOA Grsaa.
202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332 holders or not in the market at all. A JEMERM.' \NK1NQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Dl8eoar.cIDI will hold the Escatnbia County Circuit Court
L...__ ___. __ take immediately and .
State of Florida.: In Chancery. Frank
At the close: of an address during an I spinners w'll' realize! that he must' pay
electioneering campaign In Ireland I the prica or go'without the ray material .................+4..e...+..+.+ ....+**..+..++.+.+.+ Smith vs. Sarah Saiith. On Monday
Professional! Directory questions were invited. A man was which would mean a shut downof : J.. S. REESE, President E. W. MENEFEE. Casnier. rJ the 5th! day of February A, D. 190i>,

making for the platform when be received hit! mills and this he cannot afford: R. M. CARS VIce-Presldent. .* : the d'fendant, Sarah Smith. I h required -

PATTILLO a whack over the head with : s\en' should he have to pay more for 4 to appear to the bill flld against
I'.1 ordr to be pub-
tick. He was stunned and bad to be his cotton than he could sell the manufactured -
Attorney"at"'Law.ftoom carried out amid an uproar. .When order S article for. A proonged! shutdown I"I"D *-U.. u.s K cves, J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Car conscutl'eeks lished once each week in for four (4)))>
af the mills would cost the spinner 1 Wf A. D'Alembcrte,- T. A. Jennings. The Pensacola
405 Thlewn Building. was restored the chairman rose end Journal, a
GENERAL nzuspiper: published in sail
THE: 6IDE80A9P TBOU. IWG BOOM. much more he would loose by
blandly asked: < : YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOUCITED. Escambia county. A. M. McMillan.
the i iner price of the staple, in fact
ward. permitting food to,be set through "Is there any other gentleman wh S S, "f' do not for a ,moment believe he .......... .....................&.O.. ........ .I Clerk Clrcu't Court. By L.. G Ay- '
from the kitchen and soiled dishes to mard. D. C. t
to Pensacola
would like a question? Fla. December
loss if
THOS. Mould sustain any he should --- --- -
LAW PEBLEY, be removed from dining room to kitchen Needless to say there was not.Curiosity. pay IS cents-for cotton for we think 30. 1903- 31decoaw4arADMINISTRATOR'S J
world will take his manufactured
COLLECTIONS On'either side of this 'space are china : 1'.1.1: NOTICE. .
goods even at a much higher price Fl.. cAEUr-:
PALAFOX AND ROMANA. closets opening ,late the dining room. Irate Parent (who has been trying to r than he is now asking: Wholesale and Retail Dealer ID Estate of Frederick Bonar. decease ,
PHONE 552. while below are drawers. closets and satisfy Jahn's curiosity on every known F 1 Creditors legatees, distributees and '

shelves for use in the dining room. S I subject under the sun)-Now. Johnnie, Steam, Domestic, Anthracite C 0 A L all persons having claims! or demands J

The china closets have" fancy glass It you ask me another question I'll whip Still H.. a Little Pride. and Blacksmith against'Ihe said estate are required to
C. YAEGER 'doors. which may be of the design S you on the spot. Johnnie (whose undying "What is this man charged with?" ( Office'! -NoZ South Palafxr: street. Telephone, 53. present the same to me within two (?)

shown or any other that is preferred.On I curiosity overcomes even the dread! asked the police Justice.'Stealing D Vi sr1 corner Tarragona and Gonzalez sweats. Phones 6 and 372 I years from this date. '
ATTORNEY AT LAW. the; kitchen| side there is a wide i lot punishment) -Wh-w -whaf spot S "'' a dog. your honor," said tho .ses.attb4kIkI1 -,----- P WHALEV.. Administrator.

noomi, :02 and :iH Thlescn Bid. sbelf whose cOQ\"f'ftteDe-e"wJll be readily para? .. officer. -.- -- ._- .- January 13. 1906. ISjanoawg
PHONE 332. appart"nt"nzltt'doors opening) into the 5 I Well sir. what have yea got to say

china clo ets. Aboye tbp sideboard. on IIU Advantage. i] for yourself $25 REWARD
r .. the kit'b"nsIde.- Is a broad shelf wLere S First Man-How do you qo? Second i :j ,Your honor," answered the prisoner,

large pans. 'firkins or-other large art!. Man, -Bee J pardon but yon Jiare, ti) I 1{I drawing. n grimy Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy cles not in ('OlUmOllse can be placed. adrnntaet of me. First Man YesJ 1 t nose **If you'lL make it embezzlement

Offie! over D'Alemberte's Drug Store Such a sideboard! cu easily be built I Ia ii'S RUMS I bare. We were engaged to,the :; I'll plead guilty 1 may be a thief( ,.out I ; .:

Office Hours-9:30 C house already In use as w.lI'as In inie srl !but you marrletl her.-Pitts-: ,, I've got enngChlcago Tribune.
a. m. to p. m..
In of construction. burg I>j patb.
Phones 274 and 109. process. ,'I S
-. --. I A* AahBte Belle.On .
lie Hal Je'.r..f' -- ---- ,the Aehanti Gold Coast the cos-

In her book "A Southern Girl In '( P I rnme of a reigning belle Is less a matter
T. G G. YATES M. Mrs. D. Glraud Wright tells a capita: iI of well fitting clothes Ulan of well

0"1 story about General John C. Breckin--' spiked hair. The hair Is first divided

OPTICIAN ridge of Kentucky. He was invited by !\. Every Day a Into' a half dozen braids; then these!

a certain 'lady of' rank in London to braids are stiffened' with wax and tar 'I.

306 THItSOV BUILDING luncheon. The lady bad jiit advertised -' until they are as bird as kindling

I for a footman 1bt.inathe: Working Day wool and Mick out straight from the S

hour. General! BrecknrWg| reached th'. I I beH\: in a semIcircle: like the spokes of

OR. C. E. BENNETTOSTEOPATH. house before tilt appointed tiro* aud by a wheel.! Tons coiffurfd the belle is '

some accident was uiberfd into Lady i iiiank's ready to conquer all hearts. ,

without eng! an- i
presence S
June. 0WIng Tl.r.. where, Sucre Antidote For Too Much I IIirOvcr t "
aounced. The day was in Camphor.Cfci'dren WARRANT for the arrest of this '0-
WILL RE-OPEN OFFICES IN PEN! to tile heat the blindf ,",ue drawn. I Hone Feed wiaj-in coa- sometimes get hold of camphor .

SACOLA APRIL 1st. I letting In subdued l light. J. dy Blank. ttmiud roduclioA- Not (gum or liquid and eat or drink I man.Wire sheriff at. DoFiiniak Sprlnr
glancing at the advancing figure to : It.A correspondent in an exchange I Florida; ZIO: reward for the child.
the astonishment of the ri.ltor. greeted for a few Jay or w"l.._ says My sister when a little child I !: 2,000,000 Sold in West Florida in 1904. i! Fisher Monroe Douglas This "woman, j

MOTICEThe him thus: "Have you a "fprfU"efrom j kut for: crcry Jay .f the .' draak A large quantity of 'camphor.An Pensacola Florida Florenc-3 Wood kidnapped him front.
your last placer n8 general took in tki.feed will maiataia old lady who was visiting at the Frank Beilly, Agent, I I Freeport. Fla.: on the night of September
year 6tb. 1905. The chili I is 6 years ol I,
thp Mtnatiou instantly and with a i house told my mother to give her j __ _._ _. .__ C
Woolley Sanatorium, the only laJ a Korx ia tplcadid woriia : ____ u fair skin, light hair, has upper fore
by the cream. The doctor soon but"'uldtt <'<
< twinkle In his @ arrived ---I It
ute tn the United States where tht> eyeupobIPrc teeth rotted off i very plump weight
Plum' hostess. answered ctfnlly, "Te5 ( capacity and *ifort was the cream that eared her. 'i
Cocaine and Wiskey hbIZs| p : about oO.pounds; very bright child.
an be cured without exposure and!t my hdy.Vbat: were your dat5r! r I -' i 4 t hit Le,would have been'toa late.. Expenses paid both ways deliveringchild

*ith so much ease' for the patient. OrJy', was lhi nexr l'CelT-j Vdl. jnr' lfldT- : '.. I J SHINGLES} SASH, DOORS, WINDOW GLASS; to DeFuniak Springs Fla. In aJdition -
::11 days time required. Describe in the :ast three places I IJCK! 1 was i SOLDMtTHSCITYaYF.S.MELLN&CQ T. Blaarh! Jfmt. I I to the |25 reward.
our tase and I will write you an'' \ice lrt" w!*nt of 1ber VnlteJ St t'S. To blanch uut. pour boiling water I BUILDIJJG MATERIAL. II A. DOUGLAS*
opmon: as to what I can acCOmPliSh.major general the Cwif. rat > army :. . over item: _an4 rfe.a.the'sklna.can b* c% Father of the chili!
l to"' Hili Ask vour family physician!f and secretary: of war of \,he CoafedcrAmerica. Peniacofa"( F.IL'- 1'pptd! off transfer them to cold water J Phone II.I G.DeSILVIt&CO.g g DeFuniak Springs, fli.7j.anlzn .
((1I"fooTi\te.: H. 104j I -.II
Dr. M.VooI'ey,
L. I' -te iJatI'I G: ." -- and slip or rub off the brown covering. -
or Street. Atlanta. Ga. -., "



,..... ..,'. ... -t ,. S : .., -:. -
..,-: ..--l. "'... ..:.'.J6 ;';' -.t. .- J -( ;-'f -


: .. H ,,< >J'
-: '; ( _.,'t. : _


: ; .
: '
t Ir


----- -.----- --- __
;: I __ __ :; -- -
:; ....' S ,
*****# #iH *S-3 lHl 7: Ifit :: ftH *

I' The I: The Journal's Daily Short Story' ;$ f WORMS: I'[ MILTON Ii IiS'pecal !I There's! Not a Husband, or Father

fg -r1l114 tory, ,,.1Iihre.\tto. wlt.. e&l< D'ilpePlla.aout. Ceurrh 01&h.liitolllaela.&114...IUTPr.4 I.Aup" :, Jn existence to-day but would ,be relieved 'to know H;Is

: I i to 11114 U.as -b.4 of"Casesreta..11I"7..14CIl.. .1. : to. The Journal. loved ones, woulr be provided for'should he be sui'deu-
GREER---DISCIPLINARIAN. .qulnalDII: r" len me, Jadae our doewl' ,.Ul'- Milton ly1' called by the death angelA
"Mercerized" !: r Jan. 13.-The holiday; seaSon t
; I ;:b :' = :: : :: : ):, :
worm&hU hu ke.....ppHoC.7 YAwS,fOre&n. is over, the last turkey bone has
BY ETHEL BARRINGTON '' I h.n..eDJo.ct&he iI"of health ever...1etht ..-. ...t. been cracker Gives This
: .um..I.1 will .p .,.11O Geh.r the- last fire has Policy in The Equitable Assurance
Cha,.Blaebsoe 131)1?
f I Copyright, 1903, by Ethel Barrington. glK I IV I : w I.liPl. bean "popped," and quiet again refsns _

Cotton Cheat J \' -?! -, ...,,1!. J-1J!.:. iI ., ., >. I I in our town.
------------------------ ----- -' -- --- --' -'
Ii i : -:- : Rev W. T. Ellisor'pa."tor of the Insurance, Knw1es Bros.Gea't! A2l

Roxana's: dog was an'TIT conditioned began: : to run. Then the dread became a Methodist church, returned1 Tuesday Fire,Life.. saco1.
r i by some merchants brute. He was It' surly bull pup that certainty. The other one would' soon from Charleston, S. O. where hV went 1 J
has really increased overtake her. What If that had with -- -----' -- --
had never(;pet his master and delighted negro Mr. Mitchem of Millji! ..", to carry -

f" the demand for our In making it most uncomfortable seen her gold purse.? the remains of Mr. Mitchem, for interment -
Across the avenue IIheeaw an alley. MitchNn' Kmetxa' '::M. --X '
I for those'who sought Roxana's company suddenly

f E Guaranteed 'H> was not;often docile, even She had heard' that thieves oftenevad at her hcme In Milligan on New Year's U FEN8 AOOX.A '4

i i with her, but abe was so proud of his ed arrest by disappearing in the dark ...!'....ralae.bl",P'tent.; T..GOOjj..DoGoo4. day. .'
ness of such places. If cut.through Sliver Iek"n,, We.Ir. lie >> Never IronWorks' Supply Co.
or Oll1te ; and
All-Wool blue ribbon a.nd ugliness that The endeavored sold I. hulk. npod'CCC.msmmvoini ,
Suits Tit. ceaujee t&bl I.S Gwrge Allen Is ill with ty: :
might not she; too escape Desperate, to enr.or yorr mOeO 7 b.... .
to hide his delInquencIes. j half hysterical l. Hoxana made a sudden i Sterling Remedy Co.;Chicago or N.Y. 594 pbo'd fever at: the home of his father : Manufacturers and Repairers of 3
1 For I Nevertheless, there'were times when j
Men and Boysthose I she would'not have gone near him for j I rush across the road,, A trolley grazed AMNUALSALE,T N KILUOM! COXES V'. W. Allen, on Berry Hill street i '; MACHINERY AND BOILERS j 3

the world. her shoulder, the motorman, cursed as ; Mr. and Mrs. Ashby of Galveston, lij i FORGINGS MILL: AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 3::

particular about I One day .he snarled at her before he reversed the levpr. Terrifled.-6ho Texas are enjoying a pleasant visit S STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5

.1 t their Suits and who require Goddard Qreer. and that was the beginning bad all but reached the desired shelter Florida and Alabama with Mr. A.& by's brother and sister i .; Prompt attention given to all orders day or night Agent 4

f when a strong baud grasped her suddenly ;; for James McKay & Co.'a ce.ebrated las and Timber Dog alia
all Mr 7
wool Robert
honesty in of trouble. Greer: was a college : and Miss Sara Ashby.Mr. .
'. I by the arm She tz-e4to scream, LAND COMPANYManutacturers :' Chains of all descriptions.
their clothes bred athlete who feared I w. McLeod and wife 1
I and who object nothing but no_ sound came. Lifting her eyes, A., return Office' Phone 12S. PHil. WITTMAN. Mgr. a;

. :, to clothes character on earth except perhaps Roxana. Enraged I her glance met Greer's,.'looking sternly of ed Tuesday from a visit to relativesat 1 Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.:! J?
he seized the luckless prize win and Dealers in
; based on outward appearance ,at her1. Chumuckla. m ::s. : "" ':
r ner by the collar and bore him to the LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES .
: now know "who's "I guess that will do for one night I Mrs. Chas_ Stewart, of Gag -
hallway where he administered i AND .KILN-DRIED SAP. .
: who" in the clothing business I a he remarked coldly. :Couie over to the j Springs, was enjoying a visit with :..... + .+..+.*+++ ....... *.+.+..+.+.++* +....m
strong argument, after which be ", -
---- --- I
I .I ed the amazed animal loose turn-I, drug store while I phone fpr a'cab." 1 friends here last week.

; back stairs. Goddard returned Completely unnerved., Koxana fol Safes! Saf Safes! Dr. C. O. Chunn spent Christmaswith '|i \
I parlor arranging ha! cuffs, but other j jj lowed. The reaction.bad been sudden. !' his family In'New Orleans.D. .

wise I She tried to remember :.what they had Buy Diebold Safes! T. "Williams spent the holidays I .
as usual. He stopped short as he '
j : .
quarreled about, but could only feel' at Chcmuckla, and ha a ogkil1in
The I faced Itoxana, who looked like an outraged relief in his presencw. Grwr -ordered time." I 1 A MOMENT'S NOTICE.
Scarritt i
John \ Moreno
White Store empress. I
r I II the cab, then went outside to, wait The .residence which:: is being built
i "A truly fine performance" she de- ,, '* he b> Mr. CharleY' Hamilton on "The I <
('owe! commanded *
tersely on its *
8p.clallef In Me,,'. Wear. i I elated scathingly; "'T ere is your ring. arrival. Agent. Hill" is now nearing completion." j .

205-207 ; I never wish to see you again." \. I Mr. D. N. Nicholson of Pensacolawas : .With a gas and water" hot water is always on the top *

t S. Palafox Street. ; "What's up? I don't understand""If -:- j Gratefully Roiaua obeyed rhen as j __ ____ I a business visitor here yesterdayMr. I There is no delay at the last momentAs: a devoce *

: Phone 225. I I you thiulr you can abuse my dog he was about to close, the door "she ': R. A. Bonifay a mill ;man of I! :T :It Is small occupies but smoll space and is attractive fin
\ found her voice "Don't leave me. BAYMAN WAS Rorrv3, Ala., was transacting businea: j
-- or any animal and keep<< my regard : : appearance, \Vill be glad to show anyone how it *
"I've no intention of doing so. And Lere yesterday.: |
: ',!. you are greatly in error. It Is fortunate be mounted by the driver. When theyreached i : Dr. EHdridge's new auto is attractIng -[' works who will call at our office. *
11 discovered your true character BADLY: INJURED .
w her home Itoxana's eyes were as- much attention on our streets !' -
: i before it was too lit*." i *
suspiciously red. as a circus: ..and is such-a 6care.cro"i i 4
An amused twinkle lighted Greer's C .
"Well said GreerJ The bull for horses some of our citizens are! *
I eyes. "Do you thhjk if I let a dog : pup Raymond Parise, vwbo is'' employed! r rcE'd.to, pedestrianize or remain at

snarl and snap at you I'd be better sniffed respectfully at his boots. Greer in the 1af.'as badly Injured yesterday home I i f: Pensacola Gas Company \
and him the head. i
stooped patted on
j I fitted to take ,are of you? The beast 'The afternoon while' at 'work loadln One of &&anta Rosa's oldest citizens ,

.. i i has let u been) quarrel"-hunting trouble. Come, don't ,'j"Then dog its forgives mistress; me"r can do no less," a\ ship.' It" was stated. last. night that with Mr. John friends Diamond here was last shaking week. hand Mr. *"; Phone 14?. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *

I I "I shall never quarrel with she admitted.' he was struck by a piece of timber Diamond has reached the advanced j .

;. again," asserted Itoxana: sternly you as''i "'\ dog, a womun and a walnut and one of his legs; broken, in addition age of 93 years but is so well pre-I' :..........i............ .. .......................:

I' though_ ; depriving him of nome pleasant tree'"- began Greet teasingly. to receiving' other injuries.Her served':' does not look to be over 70.i .

, I "Hush, bush! whispered Roiana, He walks erect his stp is light and I
Prompt delivery to of the
rr pastime. "Can't any part
ypu accept a hint that
elastic and be bids fair to beyondthe E.i: B. ACOST & CO.
t I wish to be alone- j i with her hand on his lips.; 1'ou knownever ; RvTfnar. go : city.

Greer stood his ground. He tried to I really believed""Of I Women ,are revengeful creatures.. Ina century mark. Office and Yard-22 to 2S N. Tarragona .

laugh:but not very successfully. |i course not" he agreed. promptly. little town a few miles away in tVfiof.taUDes in St. Pensacola, Fla. Phone 353.

r 1 DR. J. H. MOCK "Come, Rpxie forgive me. You Then, aa his arms tightened about I I Maryland there lie a man ,who; as' IF, THOSE WHO SUFFER WITH

tnow the her "But, oh, Itorie, don't let us playthat COAL WOOD AND ICE
,old proverb: 'A dog$ a woman Pennsylvania pt'Oplesar-ls; : so "nearthat :

r DENTAL SURGEON. and af walnut tree. The more same again. .. I in ten yean he allowed Ids wife FITSwill

they be beaten"the better they be." {!! SEWING H1NT$. to have.only three
Cr>>wn and Bridge Work I{ Roxana's, blazed she In the testimony when she sued .
Specialty. eyes as though : for
a ; they can 1-e cured of tills terrible.dis .. ............+O.........................
Painless already felt divorce. :
J Extracting ot Teeth. ; the suggested chastise-: j i When joining a bias piece of materialto She won. her suit" too and ease.

.2&/2 S. Palafox St. :; ment 9h., is that your theory? Well I' a straight piece, always kejrp the the man 'began to speedily'realize the I wi'.l! send the names of hundreds

7 and 9 Old Armory Building. I decline to be the woman!r* And she bias piece underneath, as this preventsIt error of his ways. Jt cost him much who have been/'cured and a booklet I I :Peters' Milk Chocolate; i

," Phone 1077. left bun to meditate on the ingratitude (rom stretching more to live when bebad.. to pay cook describing"" disease arid how it is 1 ._. i . ,. ., / *

-- .. - of womankind. They had quarreled Half worn sheets should be cut In I and laundress tba*;*wheiL, he had a L I currd.: ii V: .1", "'

f before, but never with what appeared half lengthways the f\ seivg seamed wife .to,work for him;.ioihe began I 'I have devotedm.3
!i to be such finality. When Greer called together and the newly .cut edges heto- make, overtures ,to.the.lady yho had Epilepsy and there are few cases that : --&

again Itoxana was not at home. He left hJm/ my .treatment will not cure. If you .

\ n wrote and his letter was returned un mod This considerably' lengthens their He wanted, jr. are a sufferer w know of one write Cakes. .-.. .. ., .. .. .. .- .. .. ai. ... .. r. -5, 10, 13: :20! cents> J

EXPRESS opened. About a week later Roiana lease of life. : her-te.rmarry-hIrn and me. at 'once. My advice and book are Croquettes i .. .. .. .. .. "" .. .. .. .. ,... .%0 and 40 cents box *

. PREPAID having I, When sewing" thin material, such as he romlMcto adifferent, man if free. : Tablets. .' ._ .. _'. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. _. ..M cent box *

passed a.4aj shopping and dinIng chiffon, on the machine place_ piece of she:would.. ,She hai.jjone to her people DR. W. T.OWNS MEDICAL- CO., Chocolate 'Sardines. .. .. .. .. .. ..' .. '.. ,.*. .35 ccnas>> box *
with her friend, Mrs. Vining, decided i
in ,
New Jersey, b.t sh wrote that
paper underneath the, nater l. It wUlprc''ent Fend tfu Lac, Wis. ?
G not to await Mr. Vlning's delayed reconciliation was'possible" She want- THE-'ORIGINA-L' MILK CHOCOLATE. tIt

return though he had promised it puckering and.'can be easilyrem'oced ed to_be married _.___ n __ __ : t
style..th ugh, witha
afterward. ,
b to escort her home. t ; is, most. sasta'lning. being amalgamated by special proces; *
f'" "I'll I j i To avoid marking v l"efvb n sewIng trousseau'and awedd.lnl'.trip'to Niagara I- A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST : with the finest fresh milk, containing! all its cream. *
jump on a car. am not afraid, f falls. He would have .
to send
IIQTS, QTSJ9dfr she declared. I I It, lay another piece face downwardto SUITED WITH A J T
her-money for these-things>b f ore she 14WGarden \
rest fingers on and 'you will : J
"But your ; LAZ JACOAYThe
dear it's nearly JO. Phil can'tbe
would set the
find when you have finished sewing day. i,It nearly killed the Phone 183 J
long now, urged her hostess. But to CERTIFIED CHECK '
: Roxana: was obdurate. ] that.tb(> pile will not beflattened. did man it. She with/lalstmoney/ but ha :....................................... ............;
was.a good and
"Xo I shall I Buttonholes on shirts'shoul4 be stitched
be all
right. be calculated 5c CIGAR.All
T that the.trousseau would ,
-- -
There seemed to be round with strong otton'just outside ----- .
: a delay on the last her another ten yean at least. II&- the qualities 'of fia ror aro- -.--
the buttonhole stitch while
line, for she had they
stood at the
corner let her buy *tickets and ma color and material -
railway gool
; = arrange crtr;
If this is done will last
; are new. they
some minutes. Then a roan joined her.
Without l almost.as long as the shirt itself without -. every.thtaav: *, embodied in iL f B Bfrom I
looking abe knew it was God- ICE COAL and WOOD
.Then he started for the scene He A. Greenhut & CO. ,
'fr dard Creep She wa Incensed.!' Had tearing away. i
I: arrived there Just :an hour after the : : tlao
be followed her? Would he have the .. DISTRIBUTORS Q
: lady married another man. lIe was J Consumers' Ice and Fuel
Company. \\
presumption to ride on the same car? ;I The Smoothing Iron*. in HENSACOLA. FLORIDA. ,
j Just
time in fact, to see herstart
CHAS. BLUM&CO As the headlight shot into sight she decided The state of the irons has much to do I off for Niagara Fall with the trousseau -- t1 ,Office-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. [UiIBIIt ]
'to watt for another car rather o-WW
517 ,AND 519 WZST BAY ST.,, risk with the success of the ironing. When and, the tickets'.be had paid for. -- -
than his f unwelcome proximity. Back to the Old Ration. _, .
the irons show rust
JAC ONVILLE, FLA. a tendency toward He man.saYs. h
was'as one and
I II I Greet glanced, inquiringly at her, but stung '"I suppose you were' fed off the fat ,
Mack time.that
ing is
or specksit they --
by a to whom be
woman had
: seeing made move he given of the land," said PUSH BALL
that'.ehe no Hkcr; washed Mrs. Saunders plaintively ABOUT -VVOOD:
are In them
soapsuds. Dry I
three new In ten
: Morris wise retained his position on the curb- gowns .years.Washlngton as she set the plate of griddle -,
Dannhelsser carefully after this washing. S&ndpa. Posttnaenalble "
Roxana her foot cakes before Haw This Verr, Intereatlnc Game I.
jng. tapped impa. per is a good thing to have aVhandwhen Mr. Saunders the morn All kinds that you want.
tiently. It absurd! bad be after his from Flared.Push
i' was Why ing return Boston. "With
(Formerly irons become with starch.
Dannheisser sticky
Bros.) .
not taken his car? When the next car to Pa!a Niece Margaret's means, they must ball (is played on a gridiron field
Pure Od! Rye and Bourbon Fine' Rubbing an iron once or twice across A mother's love for her children
Is always
appeared as one of them must makea the have everything: there'is going." or floor 120 yards long by fifty wide, ,, OAK AND'PINEcheaper
Wines. Beer and, Tobacco. sandpaper will render'it smooth
being illustrated not only In
move. Roxana balled'the motorman "I presume to say there's no lack: o' with goal posts at either end twenty
again. If the sandpaper is lacking,.dry books but in real life A true ii :
Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty mounted the step 'and 'took her seat. story wherewithal" said her husband as be ; feet apart and connected by a crossbar -
salt on a" piece of paper will! answer told of than you can buy
a lady whose 111
12 W., Zarragossa Street, From beneath her lowered lids she saw the same purpose. Flatirons should and who babywas-very began to pour maple sirup with a lar- : : seven feet from the ground. The it anywhere. Any size you
sat the'ehlld
' watching with
, ,',1tEN.SCAOLA. FLORIDA. Greer standing sentinel on the plat ish hand, "but for breakfasts they mammoth ball, almost globular in want.
not be left
where the steam of cookIng absorbed
t -. form. The emptywith the attention, every instant fearing shape, should measure six fet in diameter
-- car ;was I had the worst lot o' truck ever I saw.'Twasnt
reach them
can that -
.-- exception of a negro aud Roxana bad as causes another convulsion and praying for cooked and weigh between forty-eight
-- nor a thing done to it
them to rust. Always'set, ; the irons deliverance from'itAt her side stood E. G. SEWELL
traveled' several blocks before the conductor I expect that Sired girl o' theirs that and fifty pounds. It is usually: inflated
away on end'rather than flat the ,
on an ->older child who had stolen Into the
collect her fare. with air.
came to I I used to hear compressed
falling downstairs about
; lUau I She opened her purse and looked hurriedly shelf. Those which have once' been room unobserved and whe was trying I Ito 7 o'clock didn't want the trouble ,0' |: Tho bull 'Js placed in the middle of 'Phone G14.
allowed to grow red hot never retain prick the little black'sjots in
__ .t
compartment to an- the field and the teams line
from/one up ai folIGTTS -
the mam-t starting her fire in a hurry But I
heat so well afterward. ma's muslin sleeve with a i t:111 j '
t other. It ""fni empty.. Evidently she ye when you've had a different kind o'eunw ; Five forwards on the'forty yard I

; had spent every penny during the shopping bad found. Presently-the father came _.__ .....__ ____oS ._ |,. line, two left' 'and two right wings on COLLINS BROS'BARBER
Keep Your Feet } ailing Bervtu 10 ye ror seven i
1 In; and the little child was seen and ,
-- --- '
expedition. But there remainedher i ii Ii I the twenty yard line and two goal
sent away: days running, griddle cakes come Just:\, SHOP!
wrist b'ag,5.Into whlch'she frequently To break up i j. !I\ at the right time. Don't take away: keepers on- the goal line eleven men

.' dropped small change. The conductor "O-SftTTtm a bad 1 cold and I j "What is the matter with your arm? I i I that semip.jug yet awhile It hasn't': :1 each At the sound of the' referee's FOUR FIRST-CLASS TONSORIAL -
and ; whispered the to his wife
: Dry Warm forward to the S |I gentleman !
went Jo speak mo- prevent Pneumonia when soaked .in yet all it's a-going to. And whistle both sides plunge at full speed ARTISTS, FIRST-CtASS
,; at last they turned to each other
! tonnan. Roxana pursued the search.In the Bit-; I set the doughnuts and the pie and the :jpon the bill, and then'the fun begins.

: I vain sh emptied oat her belongingsfrom ters' i t'.especl-1 i r and smiled their thankfulnes that the I.I biscuits where I ,'I II 'I It the baIt is caught fairly between SERVERS, FIRST-CLASS AC
can keep on'
i an
I eye
: You will not be nearly so t tf the satchel. She found no coin ally \jgood.' baby had fallen asleep, 'em but ,i the two human battering rams there !s COMMODATIONS.
t ye can remove that glass o I j I
f likely to catch cold. Two I Then she unfastened her coat SurelyIn l Start to-4y. j I 1 don't know, said she. "Nothing I j I a rebound 'from its elastic sides that S
water far
as as ye see fit. I've beenstarvln'
: things ars necessary to find It also cures !. that I am aware of. i It about
the change pocket she would a : sends the players like ten we don't please you. tell us

: keep dr,'. warm feet and I nickeL Hut'the, pocket was as bare as ,, ,Poor Appetite! She put up her baud and four hat I I I Btan it."healthy Youth's about as long as I can pins., sprawling it;, it we do please you. tell
: those two things the thin muslin sleeve 'was soa. d I Companion.
are J frl nds.
Mother Hubbard's cupboard. conductor Heartburn, It does not take long, however for your Try our
with blood.. The little had 1
returned. Roxana was frightened .. Dyspepsia, become'I I I' Removing S.alaa.tn1ess the entire twenty-two men to get ESS TEE DEE DANDRUFF CUREI
: and ;Jt was late, and she had quite a so absorbed in his sport that he had attended to at once both tea' around the'
,LShoes ., Costive nets, sphere'put'thdr shoulders 201 S. Pzlafox Street.
jabbed with all his might and she iu
t before her.' ,I i j and I I
trip coffee stains
very difficult to to the wheel, so to speak and push for
Socksand "I seem to hav" no change" she b STOMACH her terrible anxiety had not felt the j remove. When fairly fresh they I'
, I Ills, thrusts maybe I every ou cot energy in them The
commenced nervously. ( Q'ITTERb'Female I soaked in buttermilk and then left' heavier,
i I stronger; team: will of (course I KING & RUNYAN
"Allow in..*' Greer handed the fare to dry in the open air, repeating the I have the
' j advantage; but some trick
there's where Cleaning :Sires Clothe |
we to the official who looked. questioningly I process if necessary after which wash ,j j : Agents for the
plays have l
:: can help you. Here are A ,tailor of fifty years' experience j I i *en invented which lendvnriety 1 I
at Roxana. I :n cold water. Another recipe is to''I to the !
; : game and redeem
the best Socks I gives the information It i
you ever "No! I'll get offl! Please l stop!" she following : the stain 'I Wolverine Marine Engine
spread over a basin rub It j
'J' saw for 10, 15 and 25 COMPLETE' LINE AH men's clothingto be cleaned being a featureless contest ofmere II III
decided promptly. Not for worlds well with '
powdered and thenpour
: cents; also 50 cents for : should be thoroughly beaten and brush- i brawn and muscle.- National Also

, wool -Socks. Regent Shoes would she accept assistance from FANCUPOCERIES. ed. Sjme things areso dirty it is absolutely i absolutely_ boiling water through: J i I Magazine.:
Greer. She bad dismissed him. He hat : It.l solution of sanitas is also said! The
with good thick sole. yetI i i'J tip wash them a? -- Racycle
easy on 'the feet for J3.50. no right to intrude In any way. I necessary to be excellent for removing these'! Among tbe Heataen. ?
other Iron the
I any woolen good on
'J *' Heroically Roxana. left ffie oar and Sunbeam Asparagus, .. : stains but if once sent to the laundry i i Helen aier! four, vras. spending a I II i \Ve carry a Full Line of

I Fine Rain Coats walked north. ,She had never been alone : Premier:Ing and Lima Beans, < wrong.siJe. To remove spots, use the and boiled they become almost inerad- j I I hight away'from bone At bedtime she :

on the street to late. and. remembering Premier Lobsters, following: '41: ;: Icable. knelt at her hostess knees to say her General Sporting Goods

''Y'.' $12.50 and $13.50.I I the distance. tbf darkness and the lone Premier l>:neapple, '. Two ounces of ha tsborn, an ounce i, prayers, ex ecthl'; the usnal prompting! I 506 S. Palates St
liness of the blocks, she was really French Teas. .of castile soap a quarter'of an ounce \: i I
. Finding Mrs. I. unable to help her
t Han Balls With T mato Savee.311x oit, -
Keep the Body Dry. alarmed. She did not fear the pedestrians Premier Mushroons, of rain saltpeter.water. 'Dissolve' -In a quart of '!i well together two cupfuls! of finely -. I she concluded thus: "Please, God. '
Pmm Pudding, '
" she met ai much as those who Edam I chopped ham a few grains of cayenne i sense me. I. can'c'member my prayers I
Cheese, He has used cleaning mixtures -
overtook her She the soundof many
r dreaded ) t two tablespoonfuls of i and Hh staying: with a lady that don't ,
footatops behind, conjuring up all Cheese (in Jan) but considers: IbU.the b ;t Put '
And all other Premier goods. ; a wad of soft cloth (like an old towel) thick weam one cupful of grated j know any. !;I
sorts of .AI she! hurried the
horror* up f' Bowes Fancy Florida Syrup: in bot4 F-: under the spot, saturate well and rubhard. enne pepper two tablespoonfuls of I J
1 It seemed to
0. ANSON deserted thoroughfare ; tIes cold A* It Was In the II.
H. boiled rice and onfe well beaten DelflDlne.
The of s lies in' t
teaM that ,some the on pursuing', followed.footsteps If she hU-1 Everything first-class,and up-to.date,1 t i: hard rubbing ..which will, drive the egg. Shape with a wooden spoon Into ,I "I wonder. how graft: *originated: I I.I I.

small l balls roll in crushed 'cracker said the studious! ujaa.
ened. When bf slackened speed the grease through into the wad of d tb.1{ I.I
CASH CLOTHIER, crumbs and in fat Away back in the garden of
fry deep a golden I UdenTanswered
other did the .121.. It frightened her.! East Hill Gro Co. : Rub dark goods with dark' : woolen aud t brown. Serve on triangles cf hot buttered Senator Sorghum, "man was I I

f Corner Palafoi and Main and she be c IrnE breathless. With the light goods wlthliht> Press on right ; atTtbe i I I rrcsR2UETM.OW
a grafter outset Adam
: toast, pouring over half
a of
pint couldn't I r
. M. : i side with iron and j j
.. I passlnf mll1 tes her: terror gained.; She Ii F. BOWES. Manager.. damp clothbgtjreen thick tomato sauce even I let Ktd, enjoy an apple
Ii. } PHONE 212. i I I .*
-' : S J.Ument.-BU1ra o N..LS j jaM I IJt. getting. a raVeoJL"Washington. Stu.J. IIftXAXSS-Kasu.i" |

; '
# ,
f -5 ..

1tJ .-, '.. ,
: .
", .j' j. .
.. .. -*,! >'j : 4'.t.'t1; >=' S;' ..-...."' ., .',. _"" ", 1.s... < -' ,.,..., :,..;Q ';' A-. '" :...,p ( ,.- :..' .:, -' )
.. 1 i
Jt. / ;! ; r iI i" """ ? <:A ?f :: -;\\'2 L """ 1Iij. __ b .._.,..,.. .. ..,_ ."" "" ,"' ,, ,-.; ": ,.JJf.- _

,. ; ., .., ; "' .....
4 .e :-i ;, 'r {;t. ''' 'J' >: ":"'


".CeCetn6e,crcuiatioi The Average;-, ''"'"'','f.5735 b, t J en'llol' I" 'J'onfna' 12T' JSlpageseto j .12: '!";" .

L, IX. NO. 12 ,
VO ,

THREE to go back to school after the' holidays- !I'C'I Willie has found it
ONLY .... so at any rate and we presume. most of our little readers i-'

Willie, however finally decides to go. Efch of the nine illustrations scattered about central.one representssome s -

r lllE object shown :in ''the larger; drawing. Can you' tell what these are ? '



iUtouoh Quiet a TIlE 124Q6. D1A4'tW w'-

Nearly So Everett .. ".: .
.. Im ill YOUTH _
Prize Winner. .. GIUH1'f.: .j
Ji t ._-
!1j c 1,
0 :;
.r' ii'
"". \\.ir: Well! \ ( Lt!
:&\1 mni;;hi that only .'" ---. '.; \ 1 1 ,

w(xiiitn,jr The/ Journal's animals entire in last 't .-I,: : :t2 ; >?

f..cun"Onl: o e '

:ha' < 'line'! What do -'I r' I .," J\ r ,. t i r

E w Price. or Rice ; :
[amen! .' entitled to the t
rail. for it at Jiii'It1 .
t\- m ; '
I -
uf'" :r -
v"'"iiwm,. are the 'J'J

:a .t' i u//je pictures of ,) :. ."

Lrt I 4 '. Y ...' 1 4 t.,
Correct Answers.: :

)fit.Raubit.N". ': Moose. f e.1 1I

:\,. ; -Duck. e as' mom en elJv .rR
\< 4 Squirrel
\ ; I Partruf.se"
V.. Ii; (Possum.. I
\;". :,Pheasant. J7"f I
N: S -})eer.THr. I I I { "
!!*... Rabbits in large .1 R > di

Correct Answers

1ft. ..... answers:- to the
n fnt Journal of
tit! (rom the following

E"'j 'I i fni" '. fur( Rice)
a t r
I"alUt.: ., Citvanie. '. .
E.: >\\ City
4 h ttE l
Came Near
Being h'
C -
'-1... a number of the F- 1
/ I .
u" di' b:?mg correct 7:," ... ri1RtEY0U
iI.1t'ntion: to the [ 4tf + 4 D _
',.' printed about T KrnGTiip A i

:1).". a I I he puzzles much ': ff t III 11 d b !,
f f. 'stance Bojkin -
; liy::
. fj 1 .. .
;;:.rflll: Hazel Sargent. frII cItL ..... .
,, ; s
n' +nd, Arthur Johnson _
answers to the !>

! ..not the number and i M 1 S
!nrf> animals in the

"f' Putchard gives
g tit sa -
3hom'; all right but '';5
\ut+'lopf'."' ; #

liar' U Hilbun, gives ":\ ; n : .. ;,

'In ame and omits the -, ;<." ...'iI"JJ" .r f.l (.,;; ""f."
Glad and. Elm Ire Dell,'
;met 1 .
," Will Daniell, \ ,. .a x

1'ldA'an,; ;ives "No -_.. _. ._--- --_._--- ...............

:.I fUbh'! Partridge and I doting father and mother! set out for as the sombre cloud J{
picture NG
the journey'northward.. er.
Xl'll. !l WOM', nerta Leake : ; 'i 'a)'I I "The Prince came and the events of The War Cloud I II I -t
1e .
m Dennis
Fagan post- : have down in the history Then the cloud burst '
days gone '
AI': \iI,. Carroll, Joo I I Of FORMER FLORIDA I I raged'in all its fury.
) Jan.
I ( i i of the country* ThE: gorgeous I I .1
of'' .1 i Sll i ur Auitl G rl. Aoell r i dreadful years of surfe :
: )::: leave
been forgotten in England
ball -
; [ has not jet house in the midst
: t great
ornla Blanca). Willie I ,
'!Quirk., ).;'Ina Willis. )J<\ I I ( The the j Wealthy and Beautiful Daughter of Former Senator_ i'' "There or America.were hundreds of women IKiss J toes had Rowena passed Peyton into ,i iJ 'i i fc rt

:"''1111 i"f: Hid v\agnr.,. loge Illlie; Settle I Miss :! Viho.at One Time Danced With a King and j there many with ripe and radiant I reeking beautiful little was of penniless the fact, ( ; ;
; : : ,
I with the delicate'
others lovely
l..rIal'! ; KU > eight correct I danced with a Prince", I
gut bought they found a ; I each:! Died in Poverty.i i i freshness; of youth and budding womanaood -I i I her own way to make !I J
post- : Each wonder if did '
" i beauty just as it many II
:r'J J
and I I ?
urn squirrel" in the : the]I :\ )' Flondiaiib will be interested: cent' might have (' the Prince's glance wool IJ seek her out,t j Southern girli
II tbev haa' read ; i Un the following interesting:' romantic' :i kings. : rest when her eyes met'his. She came to Atlanta, iG ,r
9 'hi' pictures, they wouIJ I -' I ostentation, and met her I
; I j and inlaet'c: story of a former Florida I Went to The "Thj ballroom scene was one ofsplendor t
nn 'n letter for it said j, sweet, ,serene smil*, no t
:: girl, who is rt",o-t: :d as dying! in nov- { b'lore unknown in this coun- her ,
'III 'the large illustration [ "The people of I ',i plaint ever passing .
"'i".t1! three of the animals ) easj': ert} in At'anta The stor> appeared j male him their! I tf)'. The wonderful gowns of the !ladies -'*i presslons of anger at her t]II ; t
., i yin i a recent issue of Tho Atlanta Con '! soft and rich in manifold! colorings -' was a simple, unaffected ,". '
!i ,
)> ()n of the dined and they sent '
small)) pictures: I world had .
than great t
hardly'more! dazzling
to"' Bessie :\ J stituJ6u. I the stat in the Unit .1 l were )
Marshall of I I j and forgotten her. i
laced uniforms and proud way
Rowena i the gold
j f 4 }
P3ton danced with fI +
"Miss : hen: radiant: with the decorations of the gentlemen. The I!ped I out of it forever and 'I
i I the Prince of Wales at the! historic! '! ter Clay and Calhoun. I Leant: )' and the greatness of two con-, So she began her humble i
= bill given in honor of the heir'to th"Eugrlish ;; "In the manor house i i tintsts were gathered there and in the ter,i a sigh for I the Prince } ,
1 thron when Iisitcd NewI : all the Prince,- I[ that was gone. \ ( I a
center of it was young
PUZ LB ANSWER COUPON 11\ I York half a century a;o." 'i cal ,gardens; ant' i i vivacious and l handsome.( I F The means of 1i\"E () )
I I "It was a far cry from t the haiiata o' a voaas.girl, oveIY'b I an old nidiCh! I ped:Her on the street;]!|!and i}( eased of a ( floo-s. all yes upon him eagerly ,and : could have. be?n-that of : <<
Answers Must Be Written oa: This Coupon EUnk. NO o of Atlanta to the -asnlficent court ofi!and t iazl: !!i.? as a'fltar. > : his cv.a eyes intent on the vast as-i]I der on he streets of th -
Attention Will Be Paid Those Not Written On IL NO : St. James where the Prince now Kin be her home
:; min in Florida :)! semblae of b:autv there to honor I Ii I was i( l:
Fxcrpuon to this Rule. : Edward VI*.. miles over Eng'and.! hut ,t>caut>. antI Miss i 1 him, h.s: gaze: fe ll upon the ons maiden !'through'! life She !" : '
i Miss Peyton was of lineage befitting: one of tae: belles of !i of picul'ar: heiut: countenance, attired ;'stock of matches and !
My} answers to the puzzles in The Journal: to-day are as follows: I i her for a PrL'! e's partner in the- drone' beerr being celebrated : !j a Dimple: gown of white Swiss :: tweet voice! for the first '.
: and in tile oTd, eld days: she was a. Atlantic! saboa-d! &' '"muslia, tiny baby ribbons droopingj I i: tin that, en. so familiar :; < .
No.1 1 j" beauty fair enough< : to win the heart ter of fashion and cultu 'lover her exquisite white arms Thc: :': ears of Atlanta: "} a A .
4 ""of: any man pnnc: or commoner. She wcs in the 1"I: Prince stopped an "T'le! story. reads,; like the fanciful! "euth, uer fair fare:: was. ',i! Sweet hut: j jHer's t
No. 2 lit -reation )"f a Balzac, or D: mas. I; is ct charms: and her Prncs requested a Dance. I Ii iI: was a lonely life ; ?
11 touched with spl[ nlor in the ovrturo cajcfroT, st'H!! : i 'Miss Povton, the e'aagnter of Sen-! ness chimes playa sad !
'and come:, to a conclusion! in sombre Florida" hs told I
lets vis'ioallcJ lave atoPeyton:: : or : was vic'ims It made Miss l '!
No.3 shadows, .ill the grandtur and brautI \ was heralded l across 'I wish to dance: wish her: t said the 1'draw ver ,furtne1- from 7R'
a land I loneUaesa!: : in jIlt heart that: one- : Edward: Prince of \ ::. Prince I I tact with the great world !
N 0.4 or, r j.I beat IIl,!h when a Pr'ace: smlsd: j o' Albert, ,the Prince : ".'\n1; then whfi!-' all the great/con ed on past her Eicept {
i "J.onr.yo' Miss Rowera I'eytcn'sfather { Qu ra Vict-:-r'a! heir course of psople looked en with admiring --a \"err."err few frieud
1 ilAe t ii a stately! mansion nca"Marianna throne and a youth ; or envwras g'aaces.! as the case alone with her ? ; tR
No. S : Fla.: with strange scm-; cy:s of all the world might be, the mUhlc..hrobbng: vibrant quaint philosophies, that '
,, tropical! plants on the wide.lawn and a owning, on f v:sit to : irr, SEt3ble.: began! to pulsate quainter until after the :
host of servants: ccniin and goia. to'' here was a great :: through ti)( '\3st ballroom: filling it; years, the became ;, p
No. 6 prcvid! for the com<'ort of the many !iosatla; wnrlj o' talc like the odor of flower, and tbs dash belle of a d'partej: day' ; ; t 1
uest? whc crossed: that hospitabl but ''i't'e over half! a : ing Feting Prince ar.J his rare and lovely -! was beromfthe odd < i t. t -
tjresboldTurse English dan'DaUon. partner lead the! danco. I! clt).'$ streets. -the "o'd : '
: I(
No. 7 "'> Pevton. the lord of the minor o! American homes: \v. "For many a day thereafter the man" :
.' was one of r:caes: an-l J110S: oaf' .
-t I II the ia'e'l'genee and the name of Ihs Ruwena Pejlon: was : She was a woman:: of 4 ),
!, I ibelov d met in his ?!ate. lie wan :1' Cf ?'1 America: felt their evenhp, for ta" reuspapers of the!+' In; and rare gifts pHl5es '
No.5 S ;', scion of thc faa ois Pe'toa'and Ran 1 CattT3 a, tie! tbousat word,; even 'where ,,'(.reUll of accounts' skill in no small degree. '
I[ dolph fara'lic: of Vlrni.: ., and h''s an.{'tlaw:as 'T>ua? sp'rlt! of c{ the Pnpcs's invit!n? her to dancr.th who have read her f,
cesloro had: p'ar', d parts i in Cas;: ''
L great Mi-s HcwrnaVa: hm! other uoadexfnl beauty and are the peers of anything '
No. 9 land std in the United Statw wHa "Tb!! whole country ; : rf her father's taltrars: and station. ern pen ever wrote full i t '
was rch: and: spent= his mono! l 1\'I hiy preparations! for c:1t .!, "And then the Prince n: turned to aroma of sadness and \ ;: '
i ,after tits fasj: :01 cf those oil lord, pried ?nt t t. and the England; where; {perhaps tn| the lightof tine music. rf
No. IDStreet .. ( j who, 1 L>a-k in the iri1dp' a;es Iron tVnic&n ; ', an Jo' r.>tc: Gatha! : ;;i : other patty eyes, u(p forgot the fairchild Never in her life w u'd ; I
: me el 'niagu'icsn: :' by >, !Uai'a. ::: !!m i'at:en to her youn?'' with whom h.' bad'dancP/1/ in :New to the publication: of these, w
Name I : ;habits / trend, 1U:s Piton c! ; York, and hi! ..a few J'ar more the which sb poured all s, '
"If ir. l'.ton'h ti liked In a dualtbtle cone as a purKt or her ;( gatherIng.nar clonA obscure everj- musings of a heart of : :
&vvci eattres: aco, he wooli, Ire eresi: tall that was I thing! else in the United States from Due she had told {' : I t '
No. I'I' have Wen the! Idol' of idl! the adon- th? P Icce in ?law Yor);. :; the tip of Florida to .the border landof her death when !she too, ( !f '
: "" d turcus simh of the land. and tb"Jj; I*, y un, W't'l: nn-a! \A? I Canada antf:th gay mansion, of thePejtoni only a memory, like the j :
.. co I strong house ot 'Furse the Magal3.t I fojjj; words of tYice-- ; waa darkened more and more ball!, and the tropical gard '1N +

t ft{ tr
I't "

.. .. ; > .;, ,- i.th .. ....,. 1.i Ii t .ii' Cl" .>&...f',1.. -v!' ... : _.._ = ,,"-r i; ,
...:: ;....- L.--; o =.r -- f' "'" ":';-*", 'Itn."..k;. i';" \ :i- "'!. ;# t < > .. ,' ;,..,,--'-,,---0., -! > r.--i. -


S .4.': ,
rjfI1: .

z1 pS

PA01 TEN .

: i I ::1 Berry's :! lifE AND WORKS of \

PEOPLE AND EVENTS : mmmwmmmt is a divine m thing.*HJSfJm we a3 I I

E' Cucumber Skin FoodPrice appreciate at what a cost j it has
Extra :I ,- S been won. Apprehension,tears, 'crry.and actual) sufterjngfbeHaIo
make op its coat:: and yet ail this mi ht be vastly
: Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come,, 35 cints. Large Jar, OFREYJIJI *v by the simple agency ofIrIOTHpl'S

; S ChargeIs and Tarry---Women and Society, ,Here and Elsewhere.By S Is perfect as,a soother for chaps; I FRIED

J. !and, sklr irritation and as an ac1companiament I -
S I s 9.liniment dedicated to the easing of
:. ::1 made for giving our E. NELLIE _BECK Telephone 669 to l lBE'AUTIOLA .- -- s parturition and its accompanying _

customers the best laundry HAHNBeloved ,_ _ _S _. .- :;' suffering. \
; i work. Years of ex. I 5 t It is applied externally, ).

M perience have given us BECKWITH-FORREST are Rabbi Samuel Koch, Dr. McMil and ,the results following its use are' "
the "know how." / Bloom Dinkei-i the which nothing short cf,marvelous. '
QUIETLY BEAUTIFUL lan MISH and Miss wonderful t discovery ( \
CHURCH WEDDINGThe I ariel of Louisville. Ky;, Mrs. Julius1Heinberg removes all .facial! blemishes by I friend in.need is a friend indeed."

wedding of Mr. Robert Charles of Birmingham, Miss Yetta, taking off the oM dry wrinkled Pastor Who Departed this that's what Mother's Friend is!.
The Star Steam Forest Waterloo.. Ontario, and Miss Zimmern, Mr, P. Stone and1 Mr. Joel I cuticle it is :unsurpassed. : Sold at all drug stores for

t S Clara Regina daughter of Mrs. Beck-I .tone. I 'Sold! by aU. druggists, Life $1.00 per bottle. Send forj1
4 Laundry. I with and the late Mr. W. II. Beckwith. A number" of lovely ,' ifts have beenreceived1 ManHtactured I on Sunday,Morning, /our book, ."Motherhood,"
from various' friends tokens by tree if you ask.BRADFIELD.

37 E- 3trC: ,n at. Phone 114. I was The a ceremony quietly, beautiful took place affair.Thursday of the popularity of Mr' and Mrs.,I i E. R. Berry Chem. Co., St. Louis Jan. 7. -_ REGULATOR CO..

r Pen.c !la. Flu.f I evening In St. Michael church Rev. Cchen.. !I 0 ATLANTA, OA.
Father Gaubert reading the marriage i ---- -
u service from the altar which was dec. MRS. R. K.' WHITE'S DINNER j Death, in spIte of the constant care -

!, ; :ii-: I IMarine orated with- ferns and evergreens and FOR MOTHER AND SISTER. I For and'' and nursing of a devoted wife andItving
( Expert Repairing -
R K Vhite few .
lighted by candles. On either Mrs. ; : a ] chilaTjn has come into the ------- -- n- -- =--
S many I friends Friday with a lurke dinner! beautiful the I f*l *iiMM< HH "","
side of'the 'altar,, rail 'were stands of Engraving, go to home, and borne away !"4 ** H4-t-f'1i\,
Co I in honor of her mother Mrs. Herr.anrt
Grocery spirit of their faithful husband and
; luxurant fenis. their bridal mass picture of rich green did her sister-in-law Mrs. Dorsey Herr of J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler father, Rev. W. J. Hahn. | DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, a.
} accentuating th3 as *
the Salt Lake City, Utah who are bert| The end came on Sunday moruinV! ;;, I PRECIOUS STONES" BRONZES *
S 404, 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St. fashionably dressed assembly., CLOCKS
I Only relatives and very near friends guests- for a. weeks 213 South Palafox Street. Jan. If.: 1906, when. as the beautiful %
h Phone 725. -.- Sabbath day dawning he clos3d:! | STERLING SILVERWARE
was ,
had been infoYinaliy' advised of the %
LADIES' MEMORIAL The Latest Designs in
hi' death,
: and went to sleep in a
iS S
i V. J. VIDAL Manager. hour and invited to be present and ASSOCIATION INVITED.Mrs. ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS *
1 lu awake on the other side:; of :'Jordan ,
these were received by Master Harrington the! and J Jewelry. 4
: W. D. Chipley president of : in his Heavenly homo. *
eldest son of Mr and Mrs. Memorial Association has received! o1ii -
i H! was surrounded by his wife and a
: THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO Joseph T, Johnson. and ushered with. the following invitation and takes this1 I children, and a few friends. Although S :

EAT. in the white ribbons that marked the method of extending it to the mem-, ESCiMBU OYSTER DEPOT. to weak to: speak, he was conscious to

seats reserved for special 'guests. I bers: S ; the! last ana kissed; them, all "good- and Fine !
h ; Just Received: As the great organ pealed 'forth the "The ladies"of the )Memorial A so-I Phone 1210., bje." Engraving Stationery.

. I Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick Lunch noble strains of t ",-march'from Tann- elation! of Pen acola are invited b/i I Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Escam- As they saw the end was; draWing :' ,.- I i

1 I 50 kits of fancy Mackerel. $L23 per hauser, the bridegroom and hIs best If'ensacola Chapter 298. United bia Oysters at:reasonable prices. I I car. on; of the friends l lead' and inquivering ;
I j kitS man, Mr. Carroll C. Fowler of Colum Daughters of the Confederacy par-
| broken voices they saas to t 'Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. ;
4 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit. bus, O., in evening clothes emerged ticipate wih{ thm in commemorating I! C., Tabarras & Co. : mm the hymns he loved sweti;: .

SO kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit. from the rear of the altar,.and moved the birthday of Robert E. Lee Frl-1 : "We Praise Thee.. Oh God." was one .
45 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounda' forward to meet the bride who entered days Jan. 19, from 8 to 10 o'clock,' p.! hi always.started at meeting, ; Iti
S $1125: Per kit.Bloaters. from the central door of ths main entrance m.. at the residence ,of Mrs. H. L.! and Florence Wolf; Clara, Lena: and i "Nearer My'. God to Thee," "Jesus
S :Milkers and Roes. Herring with her mother who acted as Simpson 20 West Betmont street." Mildred de Rocheblave, Katie and : l
L Codfish Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles) matron of honor. As the two ladies -+- :' Laa Cusachsr Irene Bras well.. 'Nannie,; III ng. These" were the last hi? heard I
German Saner Krout. U. D. C. OFFICERS AND Sweeney.. Ruby McDonald; Messrs. MOBILE ALA. ,
who have been noted for the close and sr.r/2 by tbo ie near and dear.To him
S Pigs Feet in kits $1.00. beautiful companionship that has STANDING COMMITTEES '06. ; Ltonclo Borrajs/Julius'DanielsV: Wood : bf're. and we'JiKc to think thestrainsw f.-i- !#- R I", ti

Manewal and Lange'a .Fruit Cako. bound them together as chums and Pensaeola Chapter of the United j ward Day CAlp" Klumker. Eugene( > caughtap 'ly The nge1c! "host
S National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25c Daughters of the Confederacy b3vns: > Arbona, Gani r Golay, Able Murphy ;, =
good friends as 'well as mother and who "'ee'glaJ1r awaiting his coming:
'06 The I and Johnnij Miller. TO IMPROVE, AND PRESERVE YOUR
pound. the most auspiciously. "
per year _
laughter-ascended the aisle there I ,_ on the other7side of the rl f'l r.
4, W. handle the celebrated blends of were nod an.1 ,smiles of approval : flourishing!' membership, has '..grown I II The night before he passd away USE
Coffee roasted the Gulf City Coffee until it now. includes one hundred TO COMME.MORATELEE'S
1f. i-e "A
said his Julia
among their friends it seemed such a 'to daughter ,
r S Co.. H. P. Chipman, Manager. pretty touch of sentiment with which !I loyal i women working together harmoniously BIRTHDAY. Psalm.and she repeated the 23ro 'I NADINE FACE POWDERIX
Oaxaca. 35c lb.; Gold Standard 25cIb td attain the patriotic ot'; The following invitations have been Psalm for
; Diamond Blend, 25c Ib; Golden to crown the daughter's bridal. I jects of the :asociatlon-ocal!' state issued to the -Veterans of Camp Ward% IX GRCeX BOXES OSLT.
The bride in In his last Illness he was only confined -
was gowned
.an extremely No. 10 and the Ladies Memorial! S '
Rio 20e Ib.Strictly and national. to SUPERIOR IN QUALITY HARMLESS At
his bd He
S becoming white Paris to fouraays.
fresh roasted and as gooJs Dloust--I' At the annual meeting lieli: at the'residence Af&6Clatton: WATER.
been feeling badly several Mays, on
white satin 'with
any Coffee old in this city. over of the retiring president,I "Pensacola Chapter %98. United but 'i
.L able knots and bows and ? t account of a cold was not thought Fe Powder la co IB pounded
trimmings <
o ii
S Send us your orders and we will deliver Miss Leila C;; Reese,on Tuesday afternoon Daughters of the Confed racy invite! :t NADINE by .
be in condition. Howitver. PIMOTKBT
a serjou PBO.rw
white ribbon her jo
promptly. sender waist girdie.1by j' it wa3 found expedient to not :>ou to participate with them. In the' ; '5_ *. Producf a beaut'fui* soft TI'ntT IBprarkiur -
t* S a white ribbon sash. She a' on Wednesday he was: stricken I '.;;r which remains until "uhed .
wore I only divide the work of th? secretary)I commemoration of the' .birthday: ] I -' -', i r{
white chiffon hat with two long swt'ep.j lout also
1f The -------------1 ing white ostrich plumes and carriedan 1 memorial an armful of ferns and white hyacinthswith I committees in or4er that the increasing Mrs. H. L; Simpson 20 West' Belmon: enjoyed excellent health 4. 4 QUALITY UynQCALED. Buy one Mm
[ I .
has been confined to his bed .ck. >and if nut
t5l! BEAUTIFUL COLLARS nevir l K< you are entirely Fatlbi
large bow and ncls of satin !
white affairs of he chapter ma} stt ee-t. j
i notify ns. ni we will promptly
In the most exquisite designs, for: ribbon and a whit prayer book from I properly attended ito. '' b'I' MRS. A. E: 11cDA\.lD. Presl more than half a day at a time until'I Tom OYICT". Birrsi

Ladies and Misses from lOc to I which hung a gold mounted white crrs.tal Officers Elected 'Off. .MRS. FRANK SAMPEY TRACY,4"icePres (ji this last sickness. It was in fact a 1i4l Hold br leading drupfintfi r mail. Fneed
sudden breaking G'own of a strong cents. Nvnite.fltuh.Pink.Brunei*.
1 ?i.69 each. rosary. Her jewels' were hergrandmothr'3 I I President-Mrs. A. E. McDavhtFirst I \ !
active energetic mind and' body 's.
Prepared byNational
wedding amethysts.Mrs. Vice-President-Mrs. M. --+- ,
E.I : I I! ,
Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery As soon as the doctor told the family -
t Betkwith, the bride's moth'er'an4 Bans.Second. The first ,of the series of dances i igiven I II 1 Toilet Co. Paris, Jean.
he would not > the absent
rt !! :
I No. 11 E. Intendencia SLOottiroll matron of honor, '"ore a costume : Vhe.President-Mrs.! :J. C'I I last night uy the! officers and;i: children "were, wired CO\r", .for. Lola and "THE NADfNO -, RtX t-'o'd in PensaooU by leading druggist
of handsome black sUk! with garni-1 I Pebley. -. ,. ladies of the navy janl attracted quite!
,------------ i ; her husband ,.ho live at Cottage Hill. .... .
I -- ----
--- --'
tures ,of pale blue'chiffon and a smart Recording Secretary-MftK.. Frank! a party of society people from town|, were already \wkh him and :Miss 1

: : velvet toque with paleblue wings. She Sampey TracyjCorresponding and along the, bayshora, awell j as!i Julia, the faithful .daughter who has
"il' FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. also carried a white' prayer book. Secretary! '- Mrs.I: from the neighboring military posts.:, 1 1I '.rrmainert:: with her parents in theirdeclining' New Crop Cane Syrup
.wei Beatrice Sellars Howe. ''
They "
preceded bthe handsome +
scarcely left her
Pensacola Fla.COFFEE.
S young rihg-bearr.' Master E.l- Treasurer Mrs. 1>. Hale Wilson. I I Mrs. W. J.> Feltus and little qn .of,i father's 'side while he was sick': Wm.Lloy.1 .
\. ward Johnson. Historian Mrs. S, A. Moreno. Natchez. Miss., are guests ofvher:,
I ; and -wife came at once_ from Put. in all size, packages
During the cerewQnthe organ un The President haA appointed the' :I father Mr. James A. Chafflrv and the,'irensacola. Fla. Eldon reached his .
.ler- the npe.rt. manipulation of Mr. following standing committees- for 06.:i Misses Chaffin. -
f f.1 I[ fathers bed'side in time to be recog-
Hilton Green, breathed softly -The Credentials-Mis Mary Wittich I' I inized.' and hear his father call his WRITE FOR PRICES
:Mrs. eahl. Mrs. Emma LI I /
Egbert i I '
Palms. anti the ) i '
bridal of -
aI party left Mrs. Allen'Rodgers Jacksonville, name. Orpha came in time to see ,
' the altar, burst forth in ths ever glorious -' Perry Miss Willis' Kentlri<:k. Miss: is visiting her sister Mrs. C." J. oeh'l I her father living, but he was'so weak

; strains of the :Mendelssohn march.I Harriet Goulding. Ing on East HII!. r be could hardly speak with her al-
States Lumber
Finance-Miss Fannie FV Caid,well.t Supt. Stores Southern CompanyPENSACOLA
: ? We are the Pioneer After the ceremony the bridallart)" ; I though he1 knew that she was there.! ,
Mrs. H. L. Simpson Mrs. }t. E, Braw-
I : held an informal reception for the i I Master 'Norr'.s I/ewis celebrated his:i|Etta did not reach here until her
Coffee Roasters of nero I
: family connection at the home of thebride's I ninth birthdav Thursday at the resi-'father' had passed away. The most FLORIDA
Memorial-Mrs. Minni )L. -Bou;\ck-; .
.. ,
mother, 214 North Barcelona.The dpn(' of 'grandparents' by" e tlte- ccnstant- eager watcher in. th? sick I ,
Florida. )1.'Williams. '
West Mrs. .Mrs. Ida
er, F. ,
r'j : rooms'were beautifully decorated Taylor. I( taming his little bayshore!' neighbors/ ; room wajt his devoted wife, : I -- -- - ---- -'- -
with- ferns, evergreen and hyacinths Floral Miss Leila C. Ht't"1p.II. :;,; ,,'Itha "Foxy'Grandpa": party that the faith in Christ is helping' her to bearj niantha Fording*, ., Brosnaham.Dotson&Co.
I and !I call :' this great loss. It is a source of comfort : *
delightful refreshmentswere Julia Lee: :Mrs. Berenice Nicholson children "great : In early Ufa he ranked high among
: MCHUOH'SBIENDS served.Some :McAllister. C I I i: to her to have all her living,the educators ct th'3 istate in which' he I Boilar Makers, Machinistsand

or_the most elegant presents : Mrs. C. W. Lamar is expected home''!children with her in this dark hour. lived havihc. taught 41 terms in all. I
a6ride's friends could give, were re SURPRISE PARTY-+-- today from Xbw; Orleans.Cot I' The-'funeral: services were held For one'year he"held:a principalship' :' Founders.
ceived including tokens of '. Tuesday afternoon- the 31. E. in the New Cumberland Academyat'' Steamship and Mill Supplies.
good will
: have A trial FOR MR. MILLER. nf&cf Phono am. Ooyl Htiwt"h rf
no equal. from The ,American National Bank A crowd of young "girls, .and boys,I T; \ Kessler is in Tallahassee' church at". Cottar Hill, of which he New CumberlandObi I kesideneel'lionelIea. l>ns roli, Klor.it l

'wiliconvlncethecon- First National Bank and Citizens National Furprised Mr. ''Johnnie Miller on his for a few days on a leisurely pleasuretrip was pastor.Rev.!: Baggett conducted Later he b curne- president of the I All Work has Our Personal Attention.

: Bank of this city. eighteenth birthday his horn* '21 i these vice, using for his text, Dan. Greensbtirg ''a t'JDlnary"It' Greetl8bor,t _______ __- -__-_-_ -
-- ----- n
I noisseur that we .Mr, ,and :Mrs. Forest are at home: Adam street. Mr. Miller was'exceedingly -: + 12th:: chapter} 2nd and 3r-a' verses. Ohio. In'thhj institution he also"!

with the bride's mother where they surprised and the event was a lion. C. II Wilson left yesterday! Loving hands had draped the pulpit taught a class In theology It was*in'

4 c I makeno extravagant will reside for the. present, at least. successful affair( alr.the ,,'aYtbrough. I coon for his home t m' Marianna. after and his chair; while the caskn wascover'd this way h& became ;inipirea' of God

-+- Thp young 'guests kept quiet until I a huslnE'visit!: of several day ." guest with flowers sent by thej i that he 'wa*'."called, 'Jo 1 the-ministry,

claims. CATHOLIC KNIGHTS AND Mr. Miller walked in with Miss Mina ,;r.t his relatives Mr.: and Mrs.'E. :Meade1 many friends of the family. | H'? 'converted at the age'of IS, T1h1te, Qll)
LADIES ENTERTAIN.The Wolf and wag met with'a great surprise Wilson. I II We laid his noriyin the bur)In;;l and united with "the New Lutheran1church r (
rpnn ,
Catholic Knights and Ladies of when heas'IAref't'"d: with many f + but after affiliating
Wholesale and RetailGROCERS America entertained a few friends,' presents and many good wishes fo 1i Anderson and Mr. Jones are: daughter Ida, t there to lie beneath the) with the GreensburK .Sen nary, which ,

with a' most enjoyable euchre' Thursday -' happy returns of the day. !: preparing -to give a musicale this! swaying pines. and southern skies:, he(' was ancvIngelic) l institution he >
The evening nt Jn i, u tek. loved so well, until the! Great Judge- united with tHg-KvahgslIcai church. '
night at their hall. was ,sp playing
The, ace' prizes were won by Mr.I'games; and having a good tme! all i ',ttint Day I In 1867 he jnoyed"wh}{ his family to 'Storyabout({))
the church, the.
The empty pulpit in It wdhcie; h.s be-i
: Fred Massey' and Mrs. Vincent Fauna around. Before -aeparting' refreshments Mrs. K.: Made Wilson and "sons Blairstownr Iowa

:i :, and all kinds of Feed the consolations ,Mr. Jack' McGuireand ; were gracefully served to the 4 Frank and Meade are visiting her paricnts -- (5oirf'mpt)In.chair the hearts in the of hom'e thoso, ,the who aching, loved !' gan his active! work i in.thQ ministry in!;

_Mr*. 'Fred Massey and the bot lo'guests by Miss Clara do RocbeblanI \t I Mr. ann Mrs, F. B. Bond. of Bluff; the Evangelical church. While In, "country ,'u>>"i
;tS S ''Stuffs.Pluto Miss! Price, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs whie.Mr.! Wilson is in' Louisville him can never be filled. Others"mayj i niairstowu) hp also krlH'up his cduca-
bies by }Ir, G. Miller and Mrs. Jack I I ::: take lip his work where ho lad Itt I meats" and all thaI <3
McGuire. NIckelson and Mrs. Miller. Kyn to meet the national l committee ;tional work- for .five years being! president -' enough to tf> I1U'
down( but it will be impossible tr) fillj i good
midnight" Those presint: were Misses; :Mina ; of R. "C. | of 0\q' .pjarBtpwn' | Seminary,
everybody old 11m"
was truly
re 1 the place Brother Hahn\ filled it. with the "good
S !reshed'by sit excellent luncheon of I -, __ ._ n I 'j --+- I as Obituary. ;j From there, a* iirt ItInerant! preacher, that sort of thing ;*
Water r finaham | Mr. and Mrs. Jonn Baker and theiri i he movfd froni place to place over tie; '
sandwiches and hot coffee. > Rev W. oj. Hahn was born at Norttt: passed away. You ""'- "
-+-- charming n'ece Miss Bancnt of St., Gtorzetowri. Columbiana C:>.. .,hio.: stale flUng tha, pastorate in many! not'eat that kind <>' c-I:
CHAFFIN.CLARWEDDING Louis. Mo., pave his aunt, Mrs! P.Raktr. churchei:.wbeJTr hlrf memory is held ;
I Pee, 8. 11>:1Di?d Jan. 7. 19015, at; now If :you could grl '
TO BE QUIET AFFAIR. a pleasant surprise; by arriving sacred today, and the innuenc? of his oul
Cottage Hill. Fla. graduated IroiiMt. any more t than >ou
j Wholesale and Retail. :The: approaching marriage of Miss;r SEEDS 1 4 ; Friday 'It is Mr. Baker's inl. n. t. Union College. OhIo. in June 183-3: faithful work .ulll, be felt for yearn to burn a tallow: oandlt- '>

Mary Chafflri'antf'Mr. Paul Clark will tion to locate a winter picnic here.. and was married Nov. 8,, 1859 to Sa- come. Me, waft-always ready to lendj, place of aa electric -Kb! :: .
be a quiet,t\ ho.uie .affair to take pace a han-1 to' the JU1: ('ring.-t"c|| Borrowing and

:: New Orleans Grocery Co. at tIle residence of the brideelect's'fatht'r Miss; l-lIiE'.oShuulpwonh and Mrs.,! C-r., - ,- -.',- i -the destjtuie; No. one ever appealed every
:Mrv' 'James A.Chafnn corner WHICH M. Wilson will I leave Wednesday for' iI I -o hint in van.! t .1

Wright and Palafor on Wednesday New Orleans-on n v'sit' to Miss.! Ida! His record's>> fshow |that iluring (the1 Wenn il=OirdercdTablie

I evenirfg, Jan. 24; I PortIon at HottI 1 Dieu.I I II thirty-nine1'yrarg/of r8. tnirUtry the
Fountain Pens !
S Jas.. McHugh I numb: r "o 1[ ,ktiow l o.nrcrta; reach into
THE JUNI'OR'GUILD TEA | Mr. W. W. Richards returned.laM, I the thousands. nIt! | ,what: arc earthly
t Phone 1O5. Proprietor. IA DELIGHTFUL FUNCTION. SUCCEEDWhen evening from a week's official tour of I II I records? "}Co .Ii;: rtJir;; \ dn would! b ,
The Junior Guild's tea Thursday i iI ; the .country:- ,, -*,, .. Lessen Office Work. i ab'e *o cfl-dineraic'lOe\ 'souls that have I is now supplied"'lib m,'*'
|evening'at the'residence of Mrs. John' (itfCtf his "'
1 1. been won tUryaish prcachinK prepared by Uico": -
I Aver3'' was ,a most enjoyable affair ; Mrs;; 10:., .14 Ackelinen and son are' i :-none; .tlt: .vt.. ibe! Heavenly Fata-! skill which scicn. I'

and be'ter attnded than was expected -; You \isiting friends in ,Montgomery.Mrs. ( .' T !')"'rc always readythere's er kn01r..h-for.: Hc"1iaBTilrady! placcd [ experience' can frrD.11!

1 the stormy weather of course pre- Buy, S .. 5' ; no reaching out to I upon hs brow Jhp crown brilliant There is none sup or "

r Our Rich < Hnling- many from availing them' Get' the Best. P. Stone and 'a'aushters. Mis' I S, with stars, Vo)1J' f tw His Kingdom; Armour'sGold
; selves! of.their. anticipated pleasureof Teresa and little Miss; Nina, arc exiKct'd -- dip in the ink but may always He very"mjrtest'o\t{ >r the great

being there.: It's the Cheapest in the End.Landreth + home Ibis evening from two be depended on work he nas apeomplUhing. and always Band Bacon,
Tea was served by Mrs. CampLt'lIAi'erliss months in New York. right now to write now. sa\v GArlMhe giorv.! And, too,-

VelvetyIce j ,. Fannie Caldwell Miss 4 I he attrlbu ftl/M| *uceis" !In a great Boiled Ham
I Edna Avery and her cousins ,
Miss The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.: degree to 'he* faithful.wife who stood
Stella and Miss Katharine: \ver-. Joe, Weil! to learn that be is' 'I'I
[ regret A. A. Waterman's"Modern" I t by him am 14 jHpl/ie/ triaU and labors
Cream i Mr. Dykstra ana' Mrs. Sandusky. 'S quite sick but trust he will soon: ,JI in the vl car4.jbe: ',was' alwatJ: \' Lunch Tongue,
j F&'ng solos' accompanied by :MissiLimey. I h&ppily! reOr; 'I thetk how
S Miss Willis rendered several ,, I his !tHe IB. Jlo JDattcr Ox Tongue,

>i p'ano solos; and Miss Cora Mallorya Blue the Ever 1( diiagrefafclf' t.w1jlf1r4 no matter
I with a covering of delicious Ribbon means "Best !I how stormy (hehishtj ho knew he ;
'\' solo or two, all of which .
contributed and Vanilla -Ex
Made. in Lemon llttint.\
flavor-chocolate o! Sliced Bacon In
,1 fruit-food for the gods- greatly to the pleasure of New Crop tracts. Ask for .Blue Ribbon Vanilla Self-Filling Pen 1. could depend thet walked eahcI'antI bandUn lor hand forty.slx'years win' ,
the evening which was a socially delightful
S ambralsial nectar. "Theytaste and say it plain. Gos twice as fart| ning souls f or'tj'iri f>7Iti and the olhet, c :
so good." Our one. ,. and the flavor is perfect. pared meats w..
: t I-+- 1S96 i h 9 removed with his familyto ,J

ANNIVERSARY DINNER OF ;: I The Ret Store. j Certainly represents all Cottage: IliUf Florida. Ilerp he. sell you. 'Irs alive ..t'

Hot Chocolate i MR._AND, MRS. A. COHEN. Just Received. Once more in the field after 20 'year! :. tlat is meant by the word united wltli the::,)!. K: chufch: and has,I II other well ,as T'o>'..
I Mr. ,and Mrs. Aaolph: Coh h will: ,lof stru;gle. This is my last effort as wordperfection" as applied been its pastor moat of |the time. It.
celebrate to-day the third anniversary through ,hU fffprta that this :
S !
I am' 71 old. Keep an to fountain
i3enjo'lng !; years eye ont S ; pens. "
with whipped cream j, ('f their marriage with, a ten course I -, D. REACHE. church building! "was erected) and taa 1
wide popularity.Kandy ?:.;;0 and $a.o.;
dinner he of which !
menu includes I: Corner Hayne and Brainard. work kepi upi ,,. ;
everything that palate could desire. i, He wathe fatner Of'nine ehildren Go.

The table with its snowy satin damask W. A. : DAlemberte; ,I j six of whom survive' :l lm. with their Sol Calm & '

cot 'gIa.sSand silver and its bowl BUILDING TRADES) !mother He aTo left eight grandchil--

of white hyacinths and ferns stand, I dren. The living :'C hl] Kitchen Cafe: ing n a iduny lace' center piece oven I Druggist t and Apothecirj There will be a -joint meeting of ; E. Hahn, ,of {Ja1su} CIt. Mo.; Mrs.i ; ,

[ : the white linen will carry: out with Locals No. 74 and 107 and 459'January.: Coe's Bookstore i John A* Jee of B'qone. Iowa, )Iri.I Soutlmest eerur Palifu and l IlItca it '*

,l i the? 'characteristic' good taste of the filephooiJOS. : 16, l906. at l.ocal00.. 74 haIl. B,&IDeS8i; W H. Smith! of Cottiga; Hill Fla.: I

fox Phone 999 hO -tHS'8 tempting scheme in white,I Palafoz'Street. of importance. Wm. Lloyfl H,hn, pf Peajacola. Fla.; ; t 17R
104 S, Pal "' ,i 121 Soot i 213 S.Paafoi! Street. I Phones,430N
and L ,
green. j 1 REDBXBACK I' Mrs, E. C; Berky pf SalMa. Colorado I
I Invited tQ.b? seated! about the board!t Business Agent J S and Miss JulU'-ipgCotUs I ? Hill. Fla.



ut3 i- I

S- ,:'
: --
rt-5, s' 'ri' -

;., ,
i :' V '_ ,\ --
: r rt ;\ :: t
; _
A' ., 'a r 4

1' f t

, ,' .: : -.. ; !<: ;. :4 H': __.'. c llt ": e. '

'e r f PENEIACOLA-.CURNAC, : t: :.: : 2. ? ? .

..- : .-i ; .. g j -L--: ..-aft : <'.:,;, ;' _.


I % "'
G !

rQ '

,:. '/'

: f

O. it1 M HLETON s. 5


Y >. ? t



k ads 2 9
.L- <

.( K.
,. W X SY a



t r2 etky i rA $,,. i e i r t4/


r I ij t '1 a is lost owing to the presence of t. number .,
} +asr < of large pieces of furniture and a grand
piano the latter provided In deferenceto

> t N ti annt3 s at.f the tastes of the future mistress who y-
is as accomplished an artist on the plane t

.sera. AI Representative Longworth li oo the

lA W x vlolla. The rugs, upholstery and window

r e hangings In the drawing-room are red, a

color scheme that Is rendered doubly ef

t tg': d teethe by contrast with thya white woodwork -

.. I The walls are hung with names"

one ';//alDUnp. Including several old mal

; r r .ters, and an atmosphere of warmth and

cheer is Imparted to the room by a wood<<
: e
: fire crackling in a wide open flreplacf

faced with white tile and surmounted by
230cr.0I2 Iz-r.l"fr.;cZoo.sz;vCJ.r.TN&I1T :r: :: aji :
s. a large gold-framed mirror.

Adjoining the drawing-room Is the

r 4 dainty boudoir which has been fitted ny '-

rys for tbe bride. Thla cozy private recep
.' it ra
: tion-room where the President's daughter

; will receive her women friends lj

calculated to captivate the feminine,heart. 9

I I4.GrCL''ZOt In furnishings and decoration It 1s i
d '
!M' triumph of the French school so popoUf

T with members of the fair sex. The gold

-, -, ..:J outlines of the furniture stand out la relief

14'Jru against the pale pink satin of the .

::!&t/ELT.9l TUPL''t1t 2T trLJALrcEEAGlrv2LT upholstery and the doorways are framed _s

In panels of yellow satin richly embroid
.. ered. A beautifully enameled writing
-- -- -- ; table is a conspicuous object, and thereIs
.... ,J t'k : the foremost American girl will spend her nnd was thus privileged! to act as hostess has been kept busy; replying to thousandsof a profusion of bric-a-brac to which the

honeymoon is a four-story structure of red to tbe Prince of Wales now King Edwardof congratulatory: letters and telegrams.! f
mistress will add of the
I future some won
brick cf) the English basement type.. It is England, when! he wade his memorable Representative LongworUTs !library )
.... derfnl fans which were presented to bet ;
I located Oo a corner and 'faces the west, visit to the; United'States' jiat:' prior to the opens from the entrance ball a spacious In the Far East. Three Immensewin

.q' with the main entrance in the middle: of t ::1'11| War/! apartment finished in oak and from which Lf
:-: down, forming a bay make up one side +:
the oli'qcg: : structure which! covers practically : Although tbe new Longtrortb 'mansion! a broad easy stairway ascends, with ";er- of the boudoir and the room la In consequence -

the entire' lot and thus denies! to the1'resldet's was built, :'prlJ afIlT for entertaining: the eral turns to the door above. On the : flooded with light

Cangater till: luxury of the :young millionaire from the Buckeye state floor of the main ball are a number of

"tact yarj' wbich; !Is enjoyed by so'maey it is well: .adapted: to the, needs of a busy bear skins and other rugs, and the walls Beyond the bdndolr at the south end of
tbe house Is the dining-room one of the
of her I less fortunate sisters. cocgret-fujan! tbo'cf'Strn! to maintain: an are adorned with a collection of weapons
most artistic and attractive apartmentsla
Arrbiiectnrally I!(>('atl ;;. this plain, al! i office> at hIs residence. RepresentativeLongwc4 which have seen service la the bands of'
the house The room is large enough! 4
r west homely! mansion ls-uytbng! but Im- I hIt way be poted In passing, has fighting men of many lands and periods. to accommodate from 20! to 30 guests r k
po :c:. :and is. indeed l liupresslre only by teen ivlng| |q tbf Dowse for several Some of these
rca ou rf its bigness: but tbe attractiveness : months}Jut. Wi; household being under and armor are souvenirs of Mr. Long- when '
too large there are only two at table
.,( the Imme-like Istertor! more than the supervision! of .hi!, 'njotber. wbo has worth'a'recent trip to the Orient, during The furniture Including table chairs; ,

G .EOClro2.A Llc E EOQ5 V2 LTJ 1rU TU'LE'1YQ L ('trorarenjates for the deficiencies! of the exerlor been of. vulnaMe 'assistance in directing wh.cb! Miss Roosevelt In reputed to,have sideboard: and serving tables U of Mack

', ( t.n-l It Is cssureily!: most: advan- the Betting of-things la order In, anticipation I said tbe allimportantyes; ." On the opposite walnut heavily carved and dinpiaro, ) is

SS AUUfc: ROOSEVELT who hasxen ,. tajeousy, ) ritcate It 1* not more than of the comlfrj .of the February I side!! of the ball from 'the study a
number of
[ for nnworth bids fair to rival her stepmother 'ton and lull Icstallikt under their 9wrt bride. I communicates with the the room are a superb phi.of
several years past! the : four blocks from the White House; and passageway kitchen sllverplate and several colonial rand! <.

most tailed about girl In tbe as an energetic hostess, roof. Jt. j ,Is' turrou'aded 1'1 l beautiful 1 residences oc- The study! or hj,riry which the lawmaker and other culinary departments. : sticks. Tbe window hangings are rat

.llI. a* .Iu, Nicholas: Lorgworth Moreover. Miss Alice Is to assume thin Representative: L asworth: hfl". 'hern I'cupied l Ivy persons whose names are well from Cincinnati uses as a combination Tbe main: ,or parlor: ? door of tbe'mansion! green and tau. and these same <."'"r. 1

;t- mistress of a home wbose bosie new role alwost {ImmeIH? .known jo newspaper' readers al! over the office and,deii is located on tbe ground Is given over: to three splendid rooms- predominate la tbe Immense tapestry +,t

.: will:! keep the President's marriage. The White House UHIe: and her for bis bride and.the tsneuu'stanJs! : I 'country. Just across the street is the floor' of,the boner and- l decidedly roomy. T 'a drawing-room, boudoir and dining-room. which occupies the major portion of Hit'

l In fiance long; son decided that they would ready today complete In ail Its ,Sjjiviuliments. bouke recently purchased, by Thomas F. The decorations tbe room are In red. I{ Tbe rooms which are ranged &o f. speak wall space atone side of tbe room. The 1 itr
t..r: as prominently !
qu.te the tt
postpone their formal l, wedding journey awaitlc% the cocli.;;: Q; its iewnalftrefs. ::y5n. the ,yewYork financier bouse and eontpieunnsatuong: the ornaments are three abreast, are each the full depth of tb!ird and fourth floors of tbe new Long
> as she has been at time #
,He:JFI made her first formal any tmry until next summer; when thty expect: to The posse U: not a ,n"p e-. that >*
visit London and a'.l: the principal cities indeed. It was hci'.t: supe 11: years A;ii': *-r "WtHe House belle! almost as popular I dents daughter, iae'udlug one ebonIngthe : I doorways bung: with portieres, BO; tbat the 'i log rooms. Here as elsewhere throughout
'I''I'I la In 'rff'
three the mansion everything ct
fist -
yearn ago. Repre- i
,j- "- l.-ingworth and his bride-to-be" of Europe. Accordingly-! bridal 1 tour I but in --accommodations -and arrait.Fuer.t > a. Iu': AMce: Roosevelt, namely the the onil-girt"!!115 fa hOref :id well Much filled spaceIn hookrases 1 I trio may tie used in .-ronjnnctlon ou the taste and there are a sufficient number .

:::ueJ thin! all out In arranging; Immediately follow Ice,tbe 11"4111:10II\ tit' i j it co-aid: cot l be. more perfectly tapte4t<>' 'beautiful Harriet Lane Johnston'. who room apd u.1er given'tie up windows to Is aa immense |' occasion of any social function. I of guest chambers to enable tbe mistress r

'ffrum for the future. Both have I I of only a few daI"fwratiuI't ac
-/sor.al friends| I1eot.e: : fond of i'! of tbe month of February will prol>aliy! it bad they designed; it tbernsetTCt rtwctlTe mansion during: : ,tbe administration ally piled: b'sU, with correspondence i' the house Is an unusually large ,.apartment : house party, should she wish to do so. '

x am] the Nicholas I I t find the young people luck In WasbJng- This particular! castle cf CufM' wkfcb of her uncle President Jiut-bannu, ticularly a<> .- -ttle worker at this desk but for sense yf 't'xl"es.tlo! size! WALDON FAWCETT.

q) Eo 0.0[ & ..

iPamouJJ"t'71t ouJe ) :, '.,,

1r r, f s.tal,$ ,. e

t: ir+ 1 Ktrl. 4'tIi
+ .7ir -r


'f', w
f .{
1W .. t"
51 :

J .M ... .. .
ttpw.r ,
w r., 4' r. ae. '"' "4""
.i; .std ,wdr.

la Nd

"" .


,( I rt

\ t t 1 Tx>:C a DwxrrElrOVa z.s1T APP.EARED.rrOf.e ? '
= T .V1PTEpw "M DDINGI -

\ :

'l.----'l--; d f '; 1' -Room-and at tbe moment- that Ret. Dr. r served U a reproduction of an old Basot

'. s' ,,pi'.,- \
'! ", Presbyterian ritual all the bell In Washington lag: and extending all about the room an ,
.. ... ...., :t'itt4 pealed out congratulatory chimes. mounted game bead*-trophies of U4President's : t
---=: prowess with his rifle.
The bridal gown of this occppnt.ot a '
1.t'3NN OF TJX&p.rN'rNc.20a. !zvn"TEffOV' :. unique position In the Une-of White House .

.t.x brides was a inagnlflreot! rumple of the

t, t 7, dressmakers art, the train,.failing In How We Hear Our Own -
9 9 e
tin be little doubt that the -- graceful folds four yards In length, lit,!
: .bur this foand to t>e Impossible serving: as PI'I'I ent. Jr.em $ss Jntla
CIH.K&!; of Miss Alice Roosevelt and private T01'3
veil of white silk tnlle. !was fastened on i
owing! to tbe Central InterestIn I Gardiner, his bride, was desirous;<>r aveit).
Nicholas Longworth tbe bead with orange bloisoms. An-

a. will prove the most brilliant event a White Hpase wedding. TAccordingly.. Ins any undo demoustratiso.sad: tilt O:ire OP T: Fctral '. etEll xr s ter TJF.rL5T'' OOl8..rcZER elaborate wedding lu per, feltowed, tbe ,i That a man does not hear bis 011'11 .YOfq

for nutory of the White House. A numr Include tbe list Mrs.ee iuvltei holly! S MadisoS."els was the extended members to I, ceremony\ city. was Nevertbeiets.performed! 'the'luletll',11)01' tt1ar'nort| fey,?' zcnrTrzc? Dfl i V D rwez ceremony and each: guest received: as a J as all tbe rest of the world bears It l k| j

of cuutial! ceremonies have been heldthe the President's Cabinet and their wives. returned to the White House jmtnealitely PI Ir 2r souvenir a piece of the wedding cake-. shown by an Interesting experiment f'
!Uiatortc Presidential Mansion during! and the ministers from foreign countries. I after the wedding and a rant, re.'epttda f fI # s Incased In a white calla biz oo the I a person records on a phonograph a"f..

a century that this famous borne bas I cover of which wa a ban'd-pajated design, 1 sentences pronounced by himself U
'' together %.lth>> the .ladles of their house was held In :lieu t of tbe usual! weJdi lli I ..:. __ __ ____ __ __ __ __ ___ rent '
3ed the attention of tbe American festivities. It nret staace Including tbe date of the an- attached getter with others ty his friends sir
was the J holds. f ; f Mills! Alice Roosevelt ns a topic of veiopedjier> : Tbe.rr: were 18; bridesmaids, i
fit.. but to each box wa a raid beariogt the machine to reproduce tries .
none have approached the writing ef the tbe marriage! of a prestfeut of theStates Idled! .' .., every causes
The sister,ct brU 'I' 'I.z.4r and international l Interest. Miss all gowneda'k;! 'IB ; particular inwhite
-:yuL. :rt-ct or universal public Interest tbe -Llzite looked ', and! great Interest was lCn: ICfed ''! of'her :.- autographs of the (! Unolbe4'couple. at tbe end of a brief period it geoerslr
friendaysy .abe father's .J'"nk. with overdress
event to a ,tjr"!tt. delight! heart Nrd -. of white '
eai:: iraicb will draw tbe of the dress not In Dar, 111'111teC .. : happens that he easily recognizes: bltrlucb' |
eyes wedJlmr only Washington 1 '
: '
surpassingly Jovely in her J, j L wd. ,,seJ lt at tbe time"of ber marriage Illusion,, Cot Fred Grant was best man
"' ,Q ,-s.' bilks Alice Roosevelt will te the first I On ihother '
to : his
the frst residence of America tious of'ihe : : voices but not own. ,
and long blonde-idtervellt! ber face country '.J ,rejarti) the same age an' Miss Tyler wbroei and Rev O., U. TiSanj: performedthe
iG K for her
baa had
:cry of this bride .l1e asps vetting band, the friends! recognize U
year. ally covered with 'btosSes and litf'r'l The eon oj the nstioa'B! pr"l .eri to.1"- i It t'J Is mentioned above. Miss Roose-r. ceremony. s.
Tie rest ueddlng in tbe 'White House I wedding: the "\ew White IImue--tbe re- voice perfectly. This singular fact prov >t
oot pare 10( 1SU! tbe admlnlstraa Daniel Webster was one of the guests : In only a: few iottsuresv' wede1; -J1t; 1 1i j vflt. tt.- third member of this luterestlug t' r3rldn c'f serer( presidents or their modeled Presidential mansion which babeen that everyone bears his own ioirv d1!:

Baring; when one of the brtdewnaMs their fathers sere wvr 'ins: a* rltte\ CIQrtraIl' | .' .. tie will: I* just C; year of age at thedtn.e. wives hare ecjoyeil the! distinction ofWhiteHouse '
of President Monroe when Miss .bat' tluer.l: r John .. : so altered and lapreredtiiat It hears ferently from others
to him ber surprlM Adams Jr.. .n'ot% e"4'iJ I .., her "t'ddln; bIt wedjiDgs. During the- ad-
3&( a little resemblance to the Cxeeatle.. Mansion As Is remarked by Professor Care
relative of Mrs Monroe was mar- "
j 't
should be willing to relln utah Inc potion dent of that caxe.: hoaever.WakUicgton : ttarrted !" } DinT lie of further Interest to note General Jackson for'Inctsnclwp
r'.ad minUtrat'ou at 'otber'I lie In the quality 4 s
i ) to :Ur. iocn which was the ''scene of- the tbe difference malt
G. Jackson a congressman
o;: White' House belie to preslde'orera during Ms father a ,irldlataja: that\ .t's-vruoa Charles Frederick Sartorlsna cf A'f' rta lte4. The Cat tone. It must be remembered that OB
tram Virginia. The "President'eu' the great statesman I ""II. to Miss: h llt-ieo.: bU motber'acd ,.niece, ,1 Ienoessee-were I weld ngs above .Dum "
Qdlet Virginia 'hem,. i :.t1! yean of aye; when te, married and Ira Polk: of married will assume.. hears his own voice not only through! tb -
JB Roosevelt
( baa teen refurnished shortly be- laughingly quoted tbs U?f'I'Lo"e : history records that tbe; digt1dtj\: bliss! > Cnnt: \\'hltt'prt'W'lItalh' Eseaitlv Mansion. During Room, where Miss air as do his editors but across tb '1yN 4e
"e tand the new silver service, which tbe prove ndlove IVesident Adams danced the nd'r" cwt at: the her new role. Is aa Immense ..psrtmeDt.to tbe As'f3
rules tbe court the! camp t XU<< L ujf! >, l l..ullwurtb.Tho; has won tb* lie ,*8dminisfration the president's solid part. situated between orrat
H >
a teen purchased In Paris and the new U beaven and'bfavc 1- I01'sr*- at the wetMtag. Co'. Jlbrabym Wa' ,; ttcei. I ,hear| and baud rat Alice Rnosevelt" l.CGy .:: t Plflt.? was ''married U cover the floor of which: retires more of speech and those of beam Tlrsnood
'rnrre for having but aDhlvan. olece. AJIn UmM7 than &K yards of carnet: The decorative has a dlfferea d r
the East Room was produced
who led< bliss .meletttb'iot f-mm f tiles
ARgellca ,
Tyler, wife pf vie P/esident! : ; .-=rgifa: The tranl-"artoi-iswrddtu
;;; '" i..n. Russell Hastings.: '
Parlor la (
:' the iijje In white and and tour may conducted to the e a x
-fnny Is gold
scheme that
of occasion from
arrived were objects special tbe Carolina to the altar! clar.n i,,'titters i timbre
.:!. was JowoUlfson 1' 6k iVa"a Slav 1. isle, BIM!
: a theI.ssly
i *
I nnptttl event at tbe.tbe
t'erejt. *- .. I The ft>nt :1ItJYtrtapt site marble mantels are conspicuous ,&:1. sir-alone. We may show this aa f(4 ,
only ; ; by
It wss the / 0'.tilt" Willie II.'I. ,.;TJil; .| :
*rr... in of this wedfllDC. jut when I occupancy .. j a yjrt'as f .ul1t..r; ..f the! bouKelinlJ the l.lol- I \\"blhr.nOU- ttetwren weddlu>i'or the f lows: Tate tbe end of a wooden rod It ,
tt most famous early wedding tbe caslon during her life |to Wnblnjtoo lUe ceremony i'lhl out iirI'resitVutial ?""( ai+'\!!e l'"h': rays >>fc tn.>red vltli atfeutlons.t nrnnf the .lol1s.lr.Dn who bad room. pafiorswhere the teeth and a vowlrootlnnously.
':e House 31.1l It Js tieUy fD4; The Clue Red aDd Qreen tween othern
took January gaftscrlag. tckst 'ii
'place '
on Illusion. the
l't' large >: end b 4temately
she was present now.pUt:: 1s a. guests wcr Invited to tb! MJ, ,be coming inarI I .. Let tbe *
( s f
ffei'twa each
< o-'de.t voi her I will be held are
when! Elisabeth the third dAugbter, that tbe I Journeye-l 1111.'f! ttwe.4sl.ia'stlt'vs. I the reception teeth and
an inierestin coiteidenc tt'k At4dt., IH.todida k-adh'lf ::1..r,. ef chiI" between the reteas
>'>rlnK t I r'-se' ;r.Altc! Itsstt rttlt mlGrover Ib.'t31rIiJ half the size of th EaettEeom:: and aby .
'ferTdent married was about *
and Mrs Tyler was son of this While. House prW anti a tyrereecpttea; tta. :l'rh.aNytr,4sr} 4\fNJ' : and ..lpleUc; t_. I another per nn. wbo at the same tint
jstniavy tr wa the window
11 tee East Room to Mr. William Walter tbe L'TUYar.. married I1 te v*":: Toe
n -:::ltl:5bufC'L; Tbe bride was only sister of l'reti J:Jedzrtoa.lsru: ., to the me wPo" tie. .: ter :1.why rags its lbs.t >> i! 0:1;;". A :Iyt Cleveland .ana I II I elite and uphoUtery.- arryfat ib- w..md '
wrddta "
ls tears of and Is described In moat: Whue Uoos vI the Cunfedcacy: at i.-ttl.I110IuL : :er I" ter lava tit I Is i. .t to 'et1rial: liist.lit I Mi.; .. I ,""'\b' ..: > lit heretacdtrasI I <<01.r "bel>>.which, rift ea ace '..r..f 'f4"l:nftotw .." 'L ds-4 : : tahrti CIII '''Ii:' '' ( jt.4 Met!i rIM 1'1011"ru.'f1ia :" ; I r
et r I l air aloe. u
m' tr--'at records surpassingly beauti- :.. :"' di{3., ':1"J.t its W pcctlve room Its psgp?. .gTl e..ilalal! rrarbes lib ear through
fu, as .-if. dh! Hut. nf'NfMt: : Jr.itt if ** bad been the Intention of tbe President 'TJIr'f": 'tires 41t51the t ..':.ifdiLM: f.1".J'n.UI, I room where tbe wcd'jin* repas| alit be _: be; a .
rivaled it r.I. d... wta. *" 6 ds'4 !
za..u.r.. to tare the wedding quiet and White Uou**. aad....-.** &ttIed tr uuf ( ) > r.t k.5Z{b.e, u".t \enl Nel' ere' .a. ; : F


1 t
vysr +_

trla. y --f, u' 1.at d tt .?:., 9.-Y"Y 1
3 u 't G'.3
.1: ... .0"''' -

TSj *1'*'"?*
d .,,-

; ;
.' "

fti1'I: PAGE TWELVE. THe: ren AUouA, ,''CURNL, SUNDAY wonNiNC JANUARY' 14. iuoI:1T

; --- -. -. --- ,. -......- :. .
---- --
"' --- h '
-" -- -

=' -- -. .' .. ..: .,..,..:_- ', : ;- .." -J ',,'-1 I PROTECTING THE : $'O"'R''ESTHATD.

: Whenever a sore or' nicer does not heal no matter on what part of

,,1I.IL Watch Vs Grow.in 1906I body it may be it |-becauSe of a poisoned condition of the bloe'p ttt:,I

,. CROPS FROM poison' niay'be'theremains.; of 'some constitutional trouble; the effect of ;
: long spell pf sickness,'"which has left this vital stream polluted and weak,
'orbecausUthe5Uat.'TUe: matter of the body which should
__ An epoch year:has passed-a true record breaker, through the(1)anlels'of'! : has been left in. the system and absorbed off

.: .2 ,, ___________ but the new one will be even more _see t into the circulation!, It'does not matter how the poison became i intrenched
fROST in the blood, the fact that, ,the sore:is there aqd does not heal is evidence
I ___ __ ; of
4' if doesn't true. We
our come
are so confident : a deep underlying cause. There is odllng.that causes more discomfort

1' Q _________ that it will that we are prepared for a big increase I worry and anxiety than a festering: discharging old sore that resists treatment. .

_. -'. --- _______________ in business this coming'season.Time's -- The very, sight of it abhorrent. and suggests pollution and disease-
besides tile time and attention required to keep it clean and free from
record shows for us an unspotted page, I f Estfcods() Ernpe: ed on Big Plantation infection. As it hngeTS.'slowJr eat ing deeper into the surrounding flesh other the

: ,' f. on which is written the story of gradual and 'substantial I sufferer grQWS morbidly anxious,. fearing: it may be cancerous. s'om'

upward growth, and vie begin the New Year in the Vicinity of of those afflicted'with :an' old. sore or I have had a crippled- toot '

\ I I with clear conscience and I Ulcer know' hOW USeleSS,it IS to ex- which compelled me to use, a. br&cl.I.pt.? ;
1 .a a bright hope for the Orlando. pect a cure from' salves, powders lo- some unaccountable means thia braefl
caused a bad Ulcer
on my leg about
j ; future.Watch tions and other external treatment. years ago. I had good medical Sjz

: us grow We ,are bound to do it 1905. Am,:!ng t1e'Int" resting things which I i Through the use of these they have tion duced, but to try the S.Ulcer S. S.got, and worse.am glad I wag.wa.in.

; tACE Here are some of the reasons'we bound the New York' Packer reprssentative! seen the place begin to heal ;and scab it cu.'ed me entirely,and lam eonYincJover
to grow, them- that it sand leg for
encountered! in Florida this season and were ongTatulatinO'1' my me. I hue
: a few choice offers from our new choice stock which beb .1 therefore neat faith 1:1 S. S. S. IOna
r were the pro cte:1: crops of Putnam, selves that they soon 0 gladly recommend it to all Deeding

. : _ was never larger ,or better: & Perry' at Orlando writes the special the detestable thing., when a fresh reliable blood,Va..Tenn.medicine. W. J. CATS&,
correspondent of thcNo.v York Packer supply I of poison from' the ,blood

I Ranges, $37.50-*.$2.00 down and $1 per week. Ii The sjE eui of protection as to device i( would cause the inflammation and old discharge to return and the sore would

; Sideboards, $12 i to $75. I: is a new cne.' As Mr, Berry expressedit be as bad or ,worse than before. Sores that do not heal are not due to out.

I I : "It is an emergency; cloth green side causes ; if they were, external treatment would cure them. They are
.tEl hcus ;" befog in eSect a greenhouse-: kept open because the blood is steeped in poison. which! finds an outlet
hated !
tho few
artificially during only
through these places. While young people. and, even children, sometimes
nIghts; that frosts and freezes visit
; suffer with non-healing sores, those most usually afflicted are
FUTCH ,Flo-.ida.: : All of the rest of the time persons past
RHODES COLLINS. COMPANY tlie fruits and vegetables; have every middle life. Often,;with them, a wart or mole on the face inflames and be*

:. natural advantage affarjad: by Flor. ginsto ulcerate from a little rough handling ; or a deep offensive ulcer develops

.11 i ida's usually mild c'imata, as the cloth from a slight cut or bruise. Their vital energies and powers of resistance -
covers are-all brailed back and the I have grown less and circulation weaker, and perhaps some taint ta:

El I : -' skeleton framewcrk does;! not inter- the blood, which was held in check by their stronger constitutions of early

fere in the last with perfect:: ventJa1tioq : : t shows itself. It is well to j be stis

.. I and all of the sun, air rain and of any sore that does not Leal
dew that: naturally! fall upon outtof- because the same germ that
jrung Latin student to his adored door crop are secured. In this par S, 's Slife. Cancer is back of every old
ECHO A'mo. AmasS A mat ticular greenhouses.the device' is superior to glass and only needs to be left in the
to this fatal
But produce disease.
I can't at
quem amas get Wcr .
q11 EDITED BY PUPILS OF THE PLNSACOLA HIGH SCHOOL. I wish that I were quem amas Flourishing Finely. IThere is only one way to cure these 1J
__ The Packer repercsentative saw PURELY E ETA B .. and ulcers and that is
But my rival Hopes;...to too, alas! grane-fruit, sores get every
tangerines pineapples, of the out of the "blood. For this
particle poison purpose nothing equa's
bananas, strawberries;! string beans
Vol. 1 SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 1905. No7 0 quem amas. I wonder so ) cauliflowsr! and lettuce, all flourishing S.: S. S. It goes down to the very bottom of the trouble, cleanses the blood>l

rn.ui -- I'm certain quite of quem anio under the sjstem and some of the and makes permanent cure S. S. S. enriches and freshens the circulationso
1T IIU I'm just astsure as quem amat most delicate! that it carries new. strong blood to the diseased parts and allows the place
vegetables started
Published second and fourth than I being
every we could conscientiously give to But quem amas I cant get at. ,
4Ii1 '. Sunday of the month by the pupils it. NEWS NOTESThe S at:a time"r.hen it woud! be folly to attempt to heal natur ly. When this is done the discharge ceases the sore scabs!

1.I.tII of the Pensacola High School. Besu'es:' the question of time we:I Tenth Grade are making,exceptionally Miss T.-'Vhat'is detritus?, Jack."I them out of doors. I o\-erand fills,in with healthy flesh, and the skin regains its natural color

tI1tH EDImORJN-CHItZF-Occie: I Clubs, found that the cost might impede us.We good grades thIs )ear. Fori Voices answer in chorus. 1 I These emergency cloth greenhouses Itook on Sores and ulcers and any medical advice desired will be furnished

)It'II[ ; '06. could of course have defrajedj j'i I December, Etta Reilly, Margaret Miss T.. severely-"There is only: are so devised and constructed that Without charge. TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, CACi .
the Campbell Charlie Overman I they can be operated (closed ; ,
tmati expenses b> soliciting an one Jack in the class. or opened .
LITERARY' EDITOR-Theresa Ja- lions and advertisements but, pre- ( Robert Stout\ received perfect mark. l ) at th rate of one acre per hour by ; ; -

.eoby 07.ATHLETIC. ferred to let the magazine wait un-1 1 i' i kt history; Etta Relll): obtained t one Teacher-"Th equator i is an imaginary -two men. The cloth Is so prepared by ,, : *$ # e **3**** ;
::41.114u EDITOR-Louis Han ill our finances were in a bettr cond.tlon. -;,i hundred per cent on Latin also.. The line drawn through the earth" ;, chemical l treatment that its life extends ;
bIHil ijiah 08. or until our citizens voluntari-I,'oLiy olhr High School pupil who got;: Small) Bo>"-"Why don't It rub off" I! over a period c'! from eight to ; TAILORING CO.
Iiut EXCHANGE EDITOR-Hilma Green ly helped the project alon'';. We didl' perfect for tho month is Cecil Wolfe S S / i ten years. The Packer represenU- I t REESE-MENDEL ;

-tiii; '09. however definitely daci
JINGLES AND JESTS-Velma, an annual at the clcse of schoo.. The 'Weather-proof" doors and win- class)-"Jack, what is the cause of a : had been in, use during nine seasons. "* '11 ,N. Palafox Street.

44 I Maura '08..IM..Ill and have alread elected an editor,m-,I dows on. the north side mak" : the flood plain?" This system was originated at Orlando ,,
. : REPORTER-Bessie Jones '09. I chief and a business manager ]''i building much more comfortable. !Mack-"When a river rises out of I by Messrs. Putnam & Berry1four I' I BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHES. {
I In the meantime we will edit this I The English classes are doing its, bed and then gets back again." years ago but has reached its
dtpartment: on the second and fourth i # perfected form and been in operation '
. We announced in the last numbei Sundays of each month the change to tt.ken good! work up this in the month classics the they seniors have in Latin Teacher-"The" extra sectionof on extensive seals only during the Ian We have just received' a full .line of samples for SPRING AND *;
, : our intention of establishing a magazine. alternate: Sunaajs: being thought: nec-, :Macbeth the Latin class will recite up stairs past two seasons. :'' SUMMER SUITS.
: Since then the matter ha s assary in order that the editorial I' Shies; the; tha Tenah juniors Grade In Sesame.in tn Merchant and Pc sure as you go up to kep to the The readers of the Packer are familiar : t.'i \V": extcfnd a cordial:' invitation to our friends to call and examino :'

I : been discussed by ths faculty and at, s.aff should not sacrfice time that I s'ae; next to the wall as another clas-s : with, the extreme offere.ll I sante.- '
of prices
and trade
Venice the }
. I a meeting of the student 'body, and I otght to be devoted to their lessons. I in Sel Ninth will be coming down the bannisters."1 every year during1 the' months of January r. GeJlt\ym\ n's, Pressing Club. Dues $1.50 to $2.50.
actions from
n E. I I. REESE, :
tfrom the arguments set forth. we Beginning with this issue. Theresa and
,. ; fire convinced! that such a step at this Jacoby '07, will have chafge of the Besides those mentioned: the Various Wants of High School Pupils.j fruits February for the mora delicate #: J. MENDEL. 1

I.. tim, is impracticable not because of literary department. seniors and juniors?bre 'r -eaJiAg, out- \\'anted-Christmas to come four j: green b an...and cucumbers vegetables such as, # *
head lettuce
any lack of talent in the High School, The High School pupils hope to sde! of school the best work s of times a yrar.VantdSofas.' I strawberries,, ere.. ,I -
- : but that the enterprise wouKl requireS have a literary society in the near Scott Dickens Elliot and Thackney \ in the class-rooms:: liars These growers' '

good deal more of time and work.I futureAmong: the advantages to be and the" poems of Bujms. ;:and'Poe. j j I Wanted;-To sleep in Latin,: class.! I have realized been able high to prices because they|

incurred from sucu an organizatioj I The recent growth of the library Wanted-That intelligent and dig I I ducts the grow and place pro-j
on market
-- -- ; at
ae: a goo primary knowledge of I has made 41 evident that some kind iIfied countenance that adorns ; 4 the a when
Parliamentary Law (which might J lof an jndex is almost ;a necessity) in senior. i I 'String market beans is practically bare of them.
l.rO.useful to cur future alumni) i lOfder tliat the books may be easily Wanted-A faculty with evm :- ana tomatoes' were car
dl Stubborn quickening of the literary and artistic } &'_ ed. Accordingly the School pers. Fried safely through the.cold wave that
taste and as a means of promoting I j jgcod Board has provided a two-tray vertical Wanted-To exchange a few zeros I visiite'l Florida last January, when thel I
fellowship among:, the pupils.I filing index cas?,; Each of the for tens. ? I mercury registered but 17 degreesabove
We certainly! should have a literalyoigamzatiou \ two draws contains one" thousand Wanted-Th-at felling of satisfac I ze'o at Orlando. l
; of seme kind. I cards. One drawer will contain anindex tion which comes from well preparsJlessons. Orange Shipping Active.
to the authors; the other, an I There has been a great rush in the
Coughs index to the subject. II 1 I Wanted-\nother4 viblt from Mr. bhipmem ,of oranges at Orlando during
EXCHANGESThe (jthe last few days and the I
I The indexing and grouping of tujlxioks Burn-. !OYanled
of whicn there are about one \ -Mjre hol'dajs.! ',>* I, houses hale'been, ; ''working day. and
High; School' Record of Man-"jt ousanJ. will require a' ';reat deal of Wanted-To win favor in 'the eyes night in getting: the fruit off the mar-I! Etching Scabby Skin, Bone Pains, Swellings
kato Kansas deservedly! heads the I work. Miss Suter haS: been mad )li II I- of the facultv. [ket. 'During the past two weeks thel
list of the magazine our table l li shipments from here have If:you have aches hf'als.U Pcabi.Bcal ..Eruptions Watery
on brarian. Miss WantedA'cutlpcde. Apply Grad been
Holmes assistant, and very
and pAIns in bones, Blisters by giving pure,healthy glow K 0
ilkil and Colds i this month; not -o much for its in-{I one girl will hclp with the indexing. Ten i i heavy' et, ry packing pant! of which :. .- back and joints. affected park
Iifrent mer't! -though it is admirable|lit is des'rcj! that all books bclong'ns Wanted-Hot chocolate between t I there are six:, running to its full capac4lt -\ i ..,_..... Skin.Itching Blood, Scabby feels

for a pei.odical; just: in its second I I i, to the )library j be restored .that. they peric. ; >'_ Yet the orders. This shows two: hot Swollen Glands, CANCER
'ar-as (for the grit shown by I n.ay be indexed in the .list.. I I Wanted-Somebody to clip the I things: First that Orange county 1st Illiings and Dumps
CURED YFOLEY'S the High I Tchool pupils of a comparatively -I 'j), wings of time. ;, a great orange: prolucing: section and -I The sieve picture I on Patches the Skin In ,Honth Mucus RnPl2ratIn5 Swellings.Eating Sores Tn-
small city. We would remark: ( secondly, that Orange county fruit I Is''r I thow what Botanic Bloo4 I Sore Throat. PmInors,ugly Ule,,". B.B.B.Deals the soresplesCo'per.Colored
cpeeially, on the .cover which unlikemost I JINGLES AND JESTS I I The Original. 1! popular with the Northern dealers.I II Bald will do.maitaj: tbe or persistent worst cancer pimple perfectly.Swelllnrs If you, Dare.

that have come under our observation -I .. Fold oL Co.. Cnica o. original'l I The cranse crop in this c .nt)' has I blood pure and rich.! J Ulcers Hpotsaliran on any part dowo1 oftody x'&lns,tale Blood Balm and they Stinging will disappear
HONEY is not a medley of color honey and Tar as-a throat and lung jrovcn :a surprise to even the l.calibu lisle or'Eybmws! falling out,take before they develop into Cancer
and fancy lettering! but 'has th! title The following; poem written by' a rcmedv. snj on account of the gr,'ainiri ; >er*. No one dreanio.1 tha.: th"re! Botanic Blood Bale, Guaranteed' ant:Botanic and sate Blood to take.Balm Thoroughly(1'.B.lt.) is tested plea;-

clearly printed on a reo.! background i and popularity of Folej's! Honey I acre such qualities of fnii in the to cure the worst and most deep seated for 83 rears. Composed or Pure Botscia
We approprIate the folljwins from and' Tar ninny imitations are offered J county that have tttrialue) I this cases. heals all sores,stops all aches and Ingredients.: Strecjtthenfl: Weak Biom.
AND TAR I their exchange department: I .....- These worthless Im- It pains reduces- all swellings!,makes blood achs, cures D spepela. Price SI pee
Have 'Wi for tbs gentile: : 'season. is doubtful if (there are' pure and rich, changing the. body into larse bottle. !Iake.. directed. If not
in class. ,
you a pony jour Itat'oas! have: similar! sounding, names. many: points in the state from vmich'Mm healthy condition. cured vhea right; quantity !. t*krn.money .

c ; Obstinate, racking Coughs that malt Pass it on- Beware of ihem. Tlfe grniune Foley's, shipments exceed toos* of Or-, old P.bcumttlcm Cattish: Eczema! Scrofula writing Blood refunded.Balm Sample Co. .Atanta.Ga.Sent Tree Ps.ty
'Tvvas for
not meant just
on labs
head ache, your throat and lungs ', IIouvy: an-l Tar is in a yellow package. lando. TIle amoiirt: ( oranges tint a.e censed br Poison In the:Blood., B.B.B scribe your trouble,and'speclal tree medical
f your Puss it on; Ask lor it an! refuse any subs i have 'gone' oat from Stops. Hawking and Spittle; Itching and j advice to suit your case, also seat la
L T tore and inflamed, that rob you of l.et it travel down the aisles here and the Scratching:: cures llheumatlsm,.Catarrh;j sealed leiur.

deep until your system becomes so run Let it help another's trials. I tute.and apothecary.W.! .\. D'AJembcrte!. druggist' Is amount simply that a toaishinIt are eo:nz: out osnt every! day = __. _. ___ __ ___ ._ .-;______ __ .. 1r"
Help us win the teacher's: smiles
down that are in danger of
you grave ---- possible that secMon
1 a that stlc1: FOheavi'y
. Pneumonia Consumption,are quickly The Pass DIn* it and on.Bronze is very inter L '.' 1 1t IF fiozn the treezs of ten years, ___ --... I

cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. eating giving quite a readable accounto I Boston'. Crooked Strecls. ago could! in so short" a lime, iisoBO c .
1') .V..4" aS
Boston has bid to stan-l: ranch Joklnq 1
the variety of college life. superior to its misfortunes; and!
j From the of on the subject of its croaked: fctiwts. | tak rank with the let fruit producing _
FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR appearance: ,- pace '
the lirh Sciool Echo (Nashville). is Every cue has heard of the strsngvr i sections ,of Florida. But they liavel: Arc You Going to Build ?

. lOathes and heals the inflamed air limited It Js however, one of the who lost In the tortuous ways desperately ; the soil here and they have thai' ;
pas- most unique publications we have re- caught: the coat tails of the I wealth; and above all. they have the'' ;
aages, allays the feverish conditions, cC \'l'tI. .. man in front of him nnl p f"aloas spirit pf enterprise. With( all its natural If so, you no doubt realize that Good Plumbing,

t p tops the cough and prevents serious The Florjla magazines? cannot l b' very well! until an abrupt turn revealel advantages, and with the pu .h ef1 is one of the most;; important elements of the home.

: results from_ cold.FOLEY'S beaten. We have reviewed a good many the fait that ltrtsbls own COlt tail ; its citizens! ; Orange county will never

i periodicals: but 1ia\o; never 'found to vvliuh h''f'Il'J c'.lnginsr.! Early 'list I) h0 found occupying: a rear place in the : 4 There is no ether feature which will appeal so strongly to the

HONEY AND TAR ar.jthin1 Pair": and luster the "Stetson than 'UonnJbronk Collegiate. <:entuqn rre'iqjinviu:! gore au' interp-p-I lH'ocf-jl&fou.The I leading'shippers in Orlando are' I careful housewife as modern, high-grade& plumbing, while on the
tntion of deviousnof'a of the Ligli1i I II
We feel a rifjiteous pride in them.: Hand.Painted thy T.. H. Barlow and Grannis & other hand could! be the
; Is the only prominent cough medicine \I i ways which 1s. both pleasant: and }pa J! The former is running Sperry, ... nothing, more disagreeable or injurious to

; on the market that does not contain ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT ", I tnotic. It is found In ft hoai: calleJ ".\ ii plants and !is now ten ling two: outran packing average : health of ,the ,occupants than a poor plumbing system. Good

.11 opiates or harmful drugs of any kind Wedding Gift i i Trip to Boston\ bv E. C. ylne,1.i I of about ten cirlcads: a day. H":: Plumbing is always cheapest in the& end.

1; and on this account is safest for children. |I|i fcl Lave i':isiel a delightful rooming I If has .,already shipped this season be I

% It b unexcelled for Croup and Whooping The latter partofihe first half-to ,f in Boston." writes the author. "We I It tweeze 250 and aOO cars and his! saip-; ; i 'We take particular! pride in the fact that we do Good
jear. we had..expectea1 to devote .
Chinaware \vcnt to Cbarlestown in sn omnibus meats will Continue until about
Cough and will quickly cure the basket have been unable :* t the I the honest
ball bl1t{ so far !i passing through a considerable iwrtlon i i if first of February. GrannU & Sperry Plumbing- -

racking cough. which, follows measles to secure r.suitable floor for the f of the city. The irregularity of the f I If have shipped over 10,000 boxes mostly! 't I kind-and use the

i and leaves so many children with weak purpose.We wers. however, given permission -q You can't choose a more accept < street is amazln; It is a common j 1 their wn fruit, and they, say that they, L1 f best fixtures

lungs unless properly treated. : to use tbe floor of the Y. M. C. able object to present her brideship, ,: saying thr.t Boston was laid out by !J are not more than half through this very
Remember the name Foley's A. for two afternoons per week fora I cows, and I canve'l! bel'eve! it. Tbe season. They also run a packing IrI namely "Standard"
than of
Honey and Tar-and refuse substitutes period: of about fifteen minu-tes but a'piece genuine liaid-p" labyrinth of Crete never equaled: it. II house at Gotha and at that point theyi I'I I- 1' Porcelain Enameled
( }
that cost you tho same as the we could accomplish>> very little la china. v do not say the irregularity; Is disagreeable are doing a good business. "u. B. I' Ware of I
: piece
ti Cooper Is a local shipper and he has'sent ,_. every
fenuine. Do not take chances with this time! ,.and; though we appreciated j[ the reigning 'E fashjon.jn cera- ; ; ou the contrary the effect Is several I II -
tt ration.Consumption it. will not avail ourselvesof, ( the;:CJ.It.s i plea in?. To a stranger it Is a perpetual I : thouaad boxes to mar-:, which is guaranteed
;i ome unknown prep 'i < ,ket '
pr ilese. nucs. I IIc : surprise." .i 3"o( : by the makers to be

it3 Threatened. P.As II. It S.'has to come been out the victorious fortune of in previous the!i I J A bride that isn't 'just crazy' over it is I] Many years ego the Marquis of I : A Card. I I: ,J! strictly first quality. I

Inter.scholastic contests it was, not strictly up-to-date. _q: .i Chatelot ItPd Boston. This Is to certify that all druggists I ? a
e -
g C. Unger 211 Maple St.. Champiagn, not deemed' best to attempt a. matcn 1!CJ i It is useful-every bit of it- nd is sure "Marquis" said an apologetic citizen, are authorized to refund your money i I ,, if You want the best.
writes: "1 was troubled! with a basket ball without thorough "you will find Boston streets very if f oley. Honey and 'Tar fails to cure \
j m., same In home I
,to occupy a place of honor in the crooked. and twist in every I' 1,1 I Let us solve 1 the
They turn cold. It
backing cougl for a year and I thought practice AU the members of the: !.1 your cough or stops ths I ,
I had consumption. I tried a great many High School however were very,tof the Newly-Weds. direction. cough heals the lungs and prevents j _, g'- i\# ,l plumbing question for

and IV under the care of much disappointed In not securing ; fJ What more is to be desired of a "Ah. ver* good( ver" good." replied serious 'results from a coll. Cures la I : -.- We make no
-. remedies a place to practice and wedding gift> the courteous nobleman.: "It show :dt grippe cough and prevents pneumonia you.
physicians for several months. I used we are sure they will approve the disbanding -J( liberte." and consumption. Contains no opiates -('I .\ charge for plans and
i one.boUle of Foley's Honey and Tar of the basket ball team for j<<<.l IA gorgeous selection 'now at your I ." The genuine is In a yellow j I '.i \' suggestions and are
I- i
It cured me, and I have not been trou this season Although we have failed l j I disposal Don't think it beyond, your, Pleasant and Most Egective. !! package. Refuse substitutes. w. AJ p ,

Ned since." .in securing a place to practice basket-the means-for it isn't, here. '. T. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator,1Libertr. r D'Alembert,. druggist and apothecary. J t J-g- ,.- ,\ L' -r-\; -\ convincedofoIa
I iJal we ,expect: to be prepared : '- the:
Texas writes Dec. 23. 1S02:!; !s- -ee._ _, ability to please
track meet in, April. Following the $ Escamtola Ledge No. 15. F. &. A. M.| :. __ .
I Three sizes-2Sc, SOc, $1.00. I'!'track meet a' baseball team. will b: tWith pleasure'! and unsolicited byji r t1 _. :- most exacting.WIGKE .
The 50 cent size contains two andone.b.s.1f I expect that the P. i i you. I bear testimony to the. curative!I Regular communciation of Escambiaf i
and we
times as much as the small size organized its success of j power of Ballard'8 Hprefcound Syrup ; Lodge No. 15. F, fc A. M. will be held l :
""II. S. shan Duplicate
r used family and can, Monday evening January 15, at 7:30 i i.o.
I have
almost six times "* It In my
L and the $1.00 bottle last year, 107 ST"UTPENSACOLA & CO.
SOUTH brethren
PALAPQX most eff loek Visiting fraternally
!1 School capay) : have been ordered cheerfully affirm It is the. etlve .
U much.. and 5i3st remedy for coughs and. I invited. ,
i with the High 'scbool' monograms and .
t -SOLD AND RECOMMENDED1 BY I soon school the colors.boys.fill appear wearing the .- -I. druggists., coWs I have ever used: ,Sold by al}:I, W' G. DAlt-Er.2 Sec C. D,. BEYER W. M. L

.,,. W. A. D'ALEMBERTE. '" : ,_' ..
; 1 .... ___...._ '


\ i.

-- .
.t173W' vt'-- .- -