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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 21, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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VOL. IX. NO. 18. PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21. 1906.. PRICE 5 t'CENTS
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A NEW VBRNMENf REFORMS IN DEPORTATIGN N! Of FAVOR JOINTSTATUOOD MOVEMENT OF COINISSIMPLYGRAFT. I :



FORMED ECUADOR INSURANCECommissioners 3 !



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! Moreno Administration RejectedbyPeoplf GREENE GAYNOR Decide that Legislative Public Opinion in Arizona and LIBERALS NUW Lively Discussion i in 1 House I-Over f 8 ,I


b : p After One Action" Should Be rap[ New Mexico Suppressed by Appropriations and Transportation -


Hour. Taken at Once. Corporations.i of Silver ,


CONSPIRACY CONTROl 'INENGUND ,

General Alfaro, Revolutionaryleader PREVAILING IDEA, HOWEVER,, Subject of a Report by: Collector FUROR CREATED BEFORE HOUSE Express, Companies Alone Get Any

is President. TRIAL : SEEMS TO BE TO AWAIT REPORT G. W. Allen to Secretary COMMITTEE ON TERRITORIESBY Benefit From It.

OF NEW YORK STATE STATEMENTS OF FORMER
Root '
COMMITTEE SEVEN STATES CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATE
REVOLUTIONISTS CAPTUREC. WILLIAMS ALONE HELD Ift
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QUITO ON THURSDAY AFTER MOVEMENT OF SILVER WAS, F
Charged that Went Over VIGOROUS PROTEST WAS FILED
,farter T Political Complexion of Kingdom f
NOON-TWO HUNDRED KILLED RESTRICTED IT WOULD WORK
Body and Soul to Conspiracyof ByN\ssoclated Press BY CUBAN MINISTER' AT THE By'Associated Press.
Completely Changed by the-
IN FIGHTING HARDSHIP IN AGRICULTURAL
WOUNDED AT
OR Jan 20. B. R. Rodey,
New York. Jan. 20-A general decision TIME, BUT IT I IS BELIEVED EXPLANATION Washington, '

GUAYAQUIL-ORDER RESTORED Defendants.By tiat insurance reformsshould former delegate- to 'congress from New Recent Elections. DISTRICnS--ABUSE OF APPRO.
be Inaugurated immediate! by state GIVEN WILL CLOSE Mexico created furor at today's

BY DR ARVALO, WHO ASSUMED 1\jislatures throughout thej countrywas THE INCIDENT. hearing on the joint statehood bill be- -- PRIATIONS CONSIDERED. ,:
Associated Press. arrived at by the Insurance Com fore the House Committee on Terri By Associated Pres .
CHARGE. Savannah Jan.. :20.-The' most interesting missioners of several states who have I tories by announcing that the corporate London Jan. 20,-Within eight days

cession ,that has jet been investigated life Insurance. Conferences By Associated Press. interests in Arizona had suppressed tie political complexion of the Unite By Associated Press. .
""- held by the Federal court in its two between this committee and Washington, Jan. %O. Secretary public opinion in favor of joint I Kingdom has been completely changed Washington Jan. 20.Abuses' id

By Associated Pres. weeks considsj-atiou. of ,the Gr en- state< commissioners have covered a Root today received a report submit statehood and,declared that a popular by the tide of Liberalism which even the expenditure of appropriations waa r

Qua\'aquif, Ecuador;. Jan. 20.-Genera Gaynor case was todays when Special period: of two, days. Comi ioner ted by Collector of Customs GeorgeW. Ante on the question would show a decided now Is higher than the sanguine radi the text of discussion in the House
) \lfaro occupied Quito the capital Assistant: Attorney General Marion Folk, of Tennessee, said after todajs Allen at Key West Florida on the majority in favor of the admis- I cal dared to hope for or predict. to-day Q'Uringthe consideration of the .
cf Ecuador last Thursday afternoon Erwin outlined the case. deliberation, that the prevailing Ideas I facts connected with the,.forcible deportation sion of Arizona and New Mexico a> The new parliament 'will be overwhelmIngly urgent deficiency appropriation bill w 4
\ junia of notabl persons met in Th? government contends that ems to be to await the report of the some days ago:of striking one state. Mr. Rodey ,declared that Liberal. Up to this time Little -progress was made In considw }
the government palace here todayma Captain Oberlin Carter went over New York stats committee. He expressed Cuban cigarmakers. which led to tho the corporation influences who were the total number of members electedis eration of the bill. ,* ,
formed a new government. Vice- "body' and s-:>ul" to the alleged con, the belief that in each stat filing of a vigorous protest by Cuban opposing the joint statehood 480, of ,whom 247 are Liberals 114 A portrait of Ex-Attorney General
president: Baquerize Moreno assumed spiracj of Greene and Gajnor. Mr. represented Ins"uranc3 reform would I Minister Quesada.Mr. measure do not dare to submit the Unionists, 40 Laborites 78 Nationalists Knox. for which the Department ofi tf:
fiecume power establishing the Erwin said fag. would show In supportof b3 inaugurated; The states repre- Allen said twenty strike leaders proposition to the people of Arizona. and one Socialist. This leaves Justice has asked $!,615 was again.
capital here and appointing a new the chart 53 of conspiracy that the ssnted were Tennessee. Ohio. Iowa, were actually deported and among 19 seats still vacant. the topic of comment., "
c !lI"If'rwhleh lasted only one hour defendants: knew each other personally Minnesota: Illinois, Wisconsin and them perhaps four Cubans, who. it is I If the game proportion of Liberal The most animated discussion ot
rm people rejected the admmlstra that they were associated! ::! that they Michigan.: said, positively teft Key West of their STEEL SPLINTER gains continue in the next week's elections the day took place on an amendment
ton of Baquerize Moreno and pro- cams together In an agreement to defraud own volition and without compulsion. Prime Minister Campbell Ban- by Mr Keifer, of Ohio, to Increase the*

rimed; as president General Alfaro,, the government and that a'' Secretary Root communicated! these TAKEN FROM BRAINBy.Associa'ted nerman,will have behind him, including amount for transportation of silver
re;'met president of Ecuador and leatf'. covert act of conspiracy had actually SEVEN KILLED facts ;0 S::nor Quesada and it is believed all parties except Unionists, 533 coin. Mr. Smith of Iowa declared
er It the resolution been committed. this will close the incd! nt. votes against 137 for the Conservatives the practice of transporting silvercoin
Much rioting occurred, and a numb BY SNOW' SLIDEBy Press or Unionists. from and to the subtreaaury was
killed and wounded. "Graft and simple in the inter
ere pure
Philadelphia, Jan. 20,-A splinter of "
Late this evening order was restoita QUINCY NEWS $75,000 WORTH OF est of the express companies."
steel three inches long was to-day removed -
0Or" Amille Arvalo whu ..ssum NEWS NOTES Mr Hill of Connecuticut, said it t
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from brain of John Nail .
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and authority of the Associated Press. was "Unadulterated graft, and :Mr..
to ;:IMI military
tin OF INTEREST Salt Lake City,/ Utah Jan. 23. JEWELS t OlENBy N. C.. at Jefferson Hospital here: Williams, of Mississippi, staten' If the,
snow'slide An effort was made to draw the splinter OF
Seven killed COTTONDALE
men were by a ,
Two hundred persons were klIlett I movement of silver was stopped or
i) wounded' In the fighting here. at the mining camp of' Alta to-day, according out by means of a powerful magnet restricted i If would work hardships In,
Special to The Journal. to the' latest message receiv Associated Press. but the steel was so firmly em- the agricultural districts.

Quincy, Jan. 20..-The past week, has ed, here before the telegraph wireswent New York 'Jan.' ,. 20.; -T \e Herald ,to-j bedded the surgeons were compelledto )) Cottondale Jan. 20.The 'Atlanta, The amendment was lost.
FOUND LETTER been quite a gay one for Quincy, witha down. Efforts to secure further morrow will say? "That Lady; Parker\ resort to the knife. The patientis Dothan & Gulf R. R. will soon ,be'completed r

Carnival Company in ,town a Km- information were fruitless on accodn; wife of Sir Gilbert Parker,, was robbed reported as doing well. ; to this point. Mr.. Steel, the
etc cope shaw at the opera house, and of the condition of the wires an'a''; the : of seventy>(\ve thousand dollars president passed; through' here en TAMPAITES ONPENSACOLA'BAY
IN A BOTTLE many entertainments given for the deep snow.COLORED. worth of jewels several weeks ': FRED. MOORE IS STILL route to the gulf and says that he sx

young' ladies who are visiting hereOn ago in Carleton hotel London,j'I HELD'_, BY_ BIRMINGHAM I II. will have trains running'from Dothan :
Tuesday night the grounds of the MASONIC DELEGATES j I has been revealed In thiik _'cityjs'nce to Cqttondale in 40 days.
Carnival Company presented a lively! RETURN TO PENSACOLAThe .' the departure of a representative I. t'Fred.. Moore, 'the clever-ball: player .!Ir. and Mrs. J. R, Shoemaker spent
IN WHICH S. p. YANCY SAID. HIS i scene as there were' a large'.number : of -SeSUanTt.:.-Yard, far o" Warringtonf who>1)l laved last. year several dan this week taking la the

BOAT WAS OVERTURNED: : 30 of circus parties composed of young; delegates to the grand..:f Me 'of Palm Beach" Fir- For more* than a I with Birmingham of the 'Southern' fair at Jacksonville PROMINENT REAL ESTATE' MEN
jl.jl.cQl I left the team account '
on
'I but'Who
people ,and 'their chaperones, 'g':>ing died Masons of the state, ,who,left week the Lc/on detective worked League, There was quite ,a little ,excitement h '.
MILES FROM PENSACOLAThe I the rounds of the 'various sideshowsand independently of 'the central office, of a disagreement with the among the negroes ere yesterday OF ,SOUTH FLORIDA CITY., .
enjoying all with, great impartiality. here last week to attend the session .visiting pawn flops and following :manager is still held under reserva- )Bill Jones, a negro, shot and killed an- A
i Mrs E." P. May and Mrs. J. I.McFarlin ar Ocala, returned to the city last! other trails"CRIMINAL tion by the Birmingham club, a
I two of Quincy's most pop- tught. and reported a most successful to newspaper reports. wife,' shooting her four tfmes. He
Tampa Tribune of recent date: : ular matrons; were each in charge, ofa One of these reports stated that was captured two hours later ancr
contained the following regarding the session. I ', ,,COURT TOCONVENE 'Manager Vaughn was endeavoring to
large and gay party lodged in the Marianna jail.Mr. President E. M. lI'ndry. of Instate
findln? of a letter in a bottle in'!, Dr. J. W, WllHa sold his home to R. John H. Dixon was reflected grandMaster i TOMORROW tratite Moore' to some other(team. and Wood McLaney of Newton, board of health, and Mr_ A. J

wiirh the writer claimed that his H. Gee on Wednesday, aZ1l will himself of the order, ana;* a number of: hoped to do, soIn making the statement Ala., has accepted a position as salesman KnKjnt> both of Tampa, who are it '
real bad been overturned thirty tulles occupy the handsome residence matters of Importance were transact: The Criminal Court of Record of a slur was cast upon the local with Mr. VT. Shoemaker of the city on business connected with a

limn Pensacola: I'I recently purchased from J. G. Sharon ed. The next meeting will be held in i Escambia county Is to convene in player., I this place. real estate' deal, were entertained::! on t
, Postmaster G. B. Reynolds is PI re- Mr. Gee also bought the beautiful new I Pensacola to-morrow, morning for the that Moore will be Dr. W. A Hooton formerly of Hartford the bay yesterday afternoon by lion.
trips of a letter from E. P. Prae., inus,, dwelling just erected on the Joiner Tampa. I January term. The docket is an exceedingly It is probable I Ala, has opened up a nice line of customs.
Stillman
E. collector
Jno.
second assistant keeper of the tap house block, but ,sold it immediate The delegates from Pensacola wer :I light ,one. owing ta' the glad to play elewhere than in Birmingham of drugs and fancy goods here. which Others in the party were Dr. H. L.

"lnneral) light hough stat. n, The for $4,500 Mr. O.W. Pittman this W1.. Tailor, district deputy grandmaster many defendants who have gene before and in fact he may not! adds one to the long list of new member of the state boardof
lettes states (hat on Decemb j S the !: week purchased the Sanford propertythe I ; 11. H. Harrison: Preston Gar I I the court since the last term and flay at all, as he has a"'good positionat busines3 enterprises of this place. (Sampson health! President Frank L. Mayes
*rlter found a in s alell ntered: pleas of guilty.Of Ethel Walthall highly :-
manuscript :a Miss a accomplished
I price paid beta $2,100. Mitchell Pearson,,! the yard and may remain here and 1T: C Jones of the
beer bottle cashed ashore at thatpaee i Mr. and Mrs. George Massey and : len, A. H. Ashley, 'I I the cases on docket many will navy I young lady of Jackson, Secretary of Hon. T. A.
I Chamber Commerce
: In the bottle was found tintc'owin 'i children of Germantown Ohio; are and A. C. Elder. ': elite pleas of guilty. during the season. Ga., has accepted a position as governess -
I and ) A. M 11
j i iI Jennings : lr. }er.
!: ? nest age. purportiu''; to come; visiting Mrs. Masses parents, Mr. .- -- -,- --' in the home of Mr. J. R Shoemaker -
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I I -- -- t of P nsacola, Mr Hen-
In speaking
Porn! S, P fancy: .
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and Mrs E P.
Mav :25! 1!'05.-My boat is upside I I Mrs Dickey., of Oxford. Georgia, ac,I I dry said to a Journal l representativeI :;
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:In PensaCOla four years agoand
* 'n offiFensacola miles. STO was
about thirty companied by her five charming ehil-! .r
The finder will plea 'e write to my trten is the guest of her sister. Mrs: | \ NEWS OF THE WEEK I no!a many improvements and
:)Dsid.'r3growth: \ In four city since
rife
at Tampa Fla, Mrs $. P. Van- J. L. Davidson. ; tI f
t\ and seen to Tr-Horn( off) at Tarnr The friends of Mrs George Mun-j then. The bond issue which. I am informed -
I. Lore Co all.-S P. Yancj I roe are deeply sympathizing with her j AT ST. ANDREWSpecial was voted some time ago will
', I do more to advertise Pensacola, when
Since 1
the tecelpt of the letter ) in her recent bereavement occasions::
tkt postmaster, Tribune representat .i ilj' the death of her sister 'Mrs. Gar the improvements' :! contemplated are }
The Journal. | than other thing else I
to secured
have made diligent! inquiry relaue : Ga any
don of Columbus, .
< to S. P Yaucy and Mrs \ancyinquirie ;i I I St. Andrew, Jan. 20.-Miss May : Know of. P nacoa'loks-Uke! a good it
have resulted In not theslightest I' ; { Reese of Ashtabnla, O. is the gu3i t' town*- ...1
Information, no one seeming 'REPRESENTATIVESAT \ ,. '1 of Mr. and Mrs John Sturrock for the> Mr. l nihtho, with Mr.. Hendry. ;v

to have ever known or heard: of! :: winter. ,I does an enormous tea! estate businessin i
(;:her of the parties, I' 4AY s \ "z: LETHIttFEW PRlVrIT A' Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Malbone and two' South Florida: said

The whereabouts of either the die I CONGRESS i TRAIN children, of Michigan! are the guests! "I wish I had about a thousand acres ,
trem-ej\ mariner or of his wife will 7 / r ( ) / ,. WRKK5THIS of }Ir. and Mrs. G. O. Chapman who|i of your land dawn: nar Tampa. I'd

'ouitless:: as ever remain a mystery: I I aro occupying tie Rockstead cottage)| see that every foot of it was utilized t
Should anyone know of the where- By Associated Press. I on Wyoming avenu: this winter. |i for track gardenia Why, practically
about! ot Mrs \.mcj'. they will coufer Washington, Jane 20.Secretary]! Mrs.\ Schermer of nclnnatl. 0.. is everyone around Tampa who has _
a great!; favor on this paper. Mr.Kfnolds Root to-day announced- the 'Americanrepresentatives t : a ';nests of )Ir. and Mrs. W. A. Em the land doe more 'or less truck' gardening

and Mr Praetorius, by in i to the approacMn'I' mons. I arid makes it pay, too"
fuming either of the three agencies: Hague conference to j be 1 Among the Wednesday list of passengers These jrent'emen'! will be in the city
b the hunt as to their knowled.e.SHONTS I Choate: Horace Porter, an:, Judge who came in by steamer are II ] today and possibly tomorrow and will
Robe, of Little Rock, t former presidento i' Rev. O Dolphy of Mobile Mrs. Helen I! leave for home fuesday If they finish
: tbe: American- lla(' Assoc'atlau!' : I and Mss Annie Green Master Scott I I II up their business here.
I be ofhers, the number I k
There may Frankfort Ky. Miss j
I Green Miller: of ;
SPOKE f-om the United State.depending on no < I
I oft i Lily P. Smeth-'ls:! brother and niece,
the Russian representation. ousT HOcD MINERS AGREE
I LP.r TENTH IVC !cf South! Haven Mien.; Capt. John -
AT CINCINNATIBy .L 7ast X>VQ OUT 0ti ''niJ'n and wife.. South Haven. Mich.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 1 ; 6NOW( Diwr$. >liTo Mr. J. \V Cook,' Mrs. and MUs.Simms.Mr. ON DEMANDS.

TO INITIATE' A CLASS, : flAX ____iI.- Richard Lewis of : Pensacola,
i _____ : was ini": ewing our merchants tais
Associated Press. A class of about fifty will "be !initiated "i: / week. By Associated,, Press.

rln :}nal. Jan :!o-Theo. P. Shonts today by the Knights of Columbus r Mr. Calais, of Mobile was one of the Indianapolis Jan' 20.-The sub-corn.
Chairman! of the Isthmian Canal Com! and It is expected that there' will be I week's Jrummers. I II mittee on scale of the committee o': F
1I1slolUs! the guest: of honor an1 representative here from a numbed! Mr. Alexander Register has recently the Mine Workers of America wh'ci! )! t
*': speaker at th- January meeting of ncarbj cities to assist the mcalj, purchased the nice cottage: from L. M. I is in convention here considering thi
0, "coins( Special: mass wjll, ba.'said this morning th; near future. I competive district including Ohio, Ina'iana. -
at St. Michael's church which, Mr Mallock, one of the regular win;.: Illinois and Western Pennavtvania
will be attended by the Knights ana / ter visitors from New York, is among and to be made also by the

FRANCE WANTS TOMONEY candidates in a body, after which initiate they I 1 4t/ us aga'a.! I miners of Iowa Michigan and parts...
will return to the hall and i. Mr. Ed Masker, after an absence ofseveral of Virginia agreed to report as "fol
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tte class. r r months is in with us again. lows; Admission of the Southwestern

BORROW Mrs.\ Lcoley of Massachusetts, Is states in the central competitive.
Alexander,j field. Second: Twelve 'and one halt
NOW d D./ visiting her brother, Capt.
MISS McVOY \ per cent increase('! In wages. Thir4:
AT F. E., BRAWNER'S. STQRE r- .. -- I in West End. railroad 'were" in Prohibition of employment of boys na-
of men '
By A
Associated / party: i
Press.
It A TRAM der sixteen years old i'
t th'mwas ;
0 Petersburg. Jan. :20! ,-A promi- -- town a few days ago, among
ant official of of ft.tance Miss M. McCoy wjo| was formerly A. B. Steele. of the new road being I
the
minibtery with Mr. F. .DlQOUTAPfcWSrtOWBOUrtD Dothan Ala. to Cottondale, ti
built from
said with Mr. J. M. Co('. Is BOW WARM WEATHERIN t
today that the govern'IDest will be extended to
road
of hiS Fla. This
a Brawner. having charge V ,1kt-1 1Ctfl' t ; EL1rER5
Was
| waning for the conclusion For som point on the bay. -
.t the Moroccan conference before renegotiations Standard Pattern Departmnt. tWL2jV ,. ; A2 I It1 .Mrs. Rose Is now filling the vacancy LOUISVILLE,
unlnr: for the loan several weeks beginning Monday,she ./ : as deputy postmistress ,thah Mr. Ivey
*bich will canvass the city and.'IntrvUw the -- left when he took Miss Susie Baker
was interrupted in October. -t1-/t1i -
., By Associated Press
t.oul1 the outcome'of the conference ladies in the interest of these popular knows away.Ret :\Mr Johnson of Anniston Ala.. Louisville. Jarf. 20.-The thermometer t
eYirsone
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Peaceful the government antic patterns. Nearly has been conducting. the ,revival services -. at the local office weather bureau

it'+ea httle difficulty In obtaining the Miss McCoy and her friends will be ...,. ,. ,, at the M. E. church, left us on registered 73 degrees at 2 o'clock this

b''n even should the National asserc-I pleased to give her a ,cordial rscep ;"MERELY A FEW HINTS TO ANY LAWMAKER WHOSE RAILROAD PAES HAS, "BEEN CUT OFF.,.' Tuesday last but the services are still afternoon.month This of is January the high for-record thirty ;
the
r not be being conducted by; the. pastor, I1ev. for
provoked when the finannecudat.ous tion. '
'- SHOWING* A FEW STUNTS HE MIGHT JO; IN 'ORDER THAT.HE MIGHT GET A LIFE PASS. ilr. Conway. three rears.
are resumed. ;

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,The Journal's' Daily Short Story 1 I let' of '
f.. Does not ,go youI > jraPeieaeeU's -

: t I I I[when you apply lotions or 1 l : : Pensacola's t

. ..t 1 FOR INJURIES RECEIVED J liniments. .It, simply loosens t r ?"., 4 f$

its 1 hold for a while Why? .H'E BI 1'G' STORE Bargain
: .' I ; ; hrgalnCenter .i ; ,
;? BY IZOLA t: FORRESTER_ ., ... il !l
.. rid of it
I. Because to get* yon r '
v: Copyright, 1905, by T. C. McClure. ,*|' must correct the acid con Center

HH j;****4 # *iiMrif iWt*** i i'HiH:1I t
nwmch'tit.
( < ton of the blood .. :

f"I i 1 depends. Hood's: Sarsa- '' t

am so Rorry." said the girl chard, lines about love's llgnt mugs parflla has ,cared thousands. .: '
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ford."Don't mention it," re ponded Stat.I -' and,"I high didn't! walls.exactly climb Aver It I r ___ 0- MONDAY, OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE BEGINS !

"Are you badly hurt? Can you stand tried the nearest tree and droppedover.

..ap 1" It was very simple.
Stafford made an effort to rise. It "Ob!". ehe looked down ,at him In a oiAl1
v was curious There was no particular' puzzled''fashion. ,He hardly appeared 1i ':A Can Sweep Winter Goods !
pain," but so far as any usefulness or dpN "
'x'ensef feeling went be might as well '

,have had no legs at alt t
.'"I don't believe" I can," he said. 'It's Wo w.ii, Ie ;orvs none; all must be sold._ Corns. and bring your friends to this

,ever awkward.me?" Isn't it? Did you run clear. FRANCES great. sale. Remsmbcr' yea will save money by following the crowd_ to The Big {s.'

'""Oh dear. I don't know It was the f ftunsna> > (Dui Kn U.iuun' Katu.Aadarkiiia. 1 .,Store:: Monday. $ac. bcg.ns at eight. No goods sent out on approval and none '
now, and I was in a hurry. I didn'teven I *
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know that you were in the road :: __. 4 "
L a f all until the maehiae hit you and i ... t .
'Jurrfped.. It might have gone over 700. F The silence! remained. when be found j:f J! '

Jnst think W I had killed your light again It was very still.. He Great Clearance Sale of Great Clearance Sale "of Great Clearance Sale of
Stafford looked up at her with contented looked lazily up at the yellow tlnteJ 1 t
3 speculative interest He was walls, at the window next his bed : t

bareheaded. Ills hat lay about a hundred y There were yellow (curtains at It,' and t Silks.50c Table Damask' Corsets.
on the window' sill iris'n Jv: filled! with .
b: feet down the road-at least what .
5. there was left of it There did not \ 1 tt blossoming daffodils. They iDpked: ; pretty '; ba:>a Changeable; Taff: ta Silks- All of our 72'inch Table Damask at 10 doze American Beauty Corsets
(: =Hem to be much snow on his hair In, the sjush'ne.: : Stcffjrdvai s) engrossed C:>10rs. Brown, Blue Red anj Greei.83c ,9Cc=: wartn: $1.25', both long antf short, tha kind that

\, He wondered if she had been holdinghis lu watching fiea that he d!3 bui'3 %1-ln h..rilac- Tate a Si k. ::411 of"our $ldO Table Damask. at sell for i dollar, extra special here .
t head In her lap. not notice the grl: stan lng at the half .A n.w yard for. every: on! that splits 79c. e .- at 79c each. "

t *. "Doa't think of it It Isn't pleasant opened door until the nurse bad left the 7Sc buys Pin Stripe and Check Silk.. All of cur HaJf-Bleich r Table!' Dam- On job lot"of Corsets, worthfrom*\ .

i Anyway, it would have been my own room and she came to the foot: of ,the .. 77c buys Fanfr!: Silk Mu'ls. ask ft 69c.' : The up to $1.75, extra; : special here at l"
!\ fault if I had been. I was trespass- bed and' smiled down at him., j'! F98c: buys $1.2 Plaid S:Iks. ;59c. l "
"Was It yesterday?" asked Stafford.: t Remember the B,*; Clearanc ?a'ei All of our Table Nankins at 98c,
Ing""Tea Remember, wilt
{ save money at
you
worth $1.25 and $1.39.
) She langned. t opens Monday morning at 8 o'clock: _
thane jOlt Itr! cried the girl "You have Been bad.'haven't you? It I j and closes Monday sv-niog at 6", ,Ccme early and, get first 'pick.. the Great Clearance Sale.
:
eagerly! "You know these "
are private was day before", day before day before By coming early you will get jour ;z.:
f; grounds, and I never thought for a sale-
"
Teterday-last! Tuesday : pick.: b
t: moment that there could be anyone Great Clearance of
Stafford stared steadily up at he-
Great Clearance Sale of
,
i- pa the road. How did you get past Last Tuesday! Anl: he should:: have I

k' the sates?" turned in the Interview by Wednesday Great Clearance Sale ofAII.Wool
T didst get past," replied Stafford so Curtis! could nustle the Illustration Towels. Ready-to-Wear Waists. t
lb calmly. 'The person with the dog who t
"Did you wire to New York?
guards the gates Informed me that I "We Couldn't.We' didn't know Dress Goods. 25 dozen To",:;jsf worth 10c each, .:5 dozen R ady.t-Wear Waists
tonldat Jet past so I concluded not WI WAST TOUB VOW OX THE STRIKS ; made of imported Aeolian (colors
." where to wire You're the prince In extra sp.cial a.,5p.
8Iro TIO
( to with him. I walked down the I white), worth $1.25 'and $1.39, extra
' argne cog, you, knoWe :don't know; ; a All of our Sponged Broadcloth!: 51 23 dozen Towels, orth 15 and 20c, ,
, highway a mile or ao and climbed over to belong to the tramp genus but his blessed inches wide, at 98-. (special 98c93e -
thing about who extra special!\ lOc each.
you you are
:
: .. tfce stone ...n.IIW'sucb methods were decidedly tramp-like. 89c buys 54 inch"Novelty Suiting. bu 's $1.25 Cambric Gowns
, or where you came from. It's very 25 doz. Towels, worth 20 and 25c,
-- "Did want to see one at n i
a high; waJL"Stafford you any up I All of our Chiffon Broadcloth: ; 10c buys Children's Drawers email
interesting extra 'I tnecial, 15c-each.
,r II : laughed. Some vagrant line the house? inches wide, at $1.39. nr-dium snd large. ,
'"Well I did" Stafford confessed "So it is, assented Stafford seriously. All of Imported "' We will have extra. help to' serve
JI recurred to him from the Casulet or- t our Mohairs, .56 Remember a clean sweep' of all
.
.f .. cheerfully, "But they wouldn't let me )lay I ask if Mr. Houghton has .Inches wide, fi SI.29. jour every winter goods,
: ___
it"r- In. so I was going back by way of the teen me7""Oh 89c buys Imported Broadcloth.All : ant'i
)Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L L. D. gates: this time" yes! lIe came up th*,TtI'I' first of cur 60 and 65c Novelty Mo-
The girl laughed a trifle nervous!; thing: anti said he thrugbl'you were all hairs .at-<9c.
Of Wayerly Texas. writes: "Of a Great Clearance Sale of
and drew-on her gloves. right We didn't want a Raffles, you 25c hu\s 33c: Novelty Flannels. ,Great Clearance Sale ofShort
c morning, when first arising, I often know. One must draw the line
have somewhere AH of our Dress Goods. both black
They'll : to let you la tha! tine I
: and a troublesome collection of because I mean to take you back will But pap:! said you were all ,, and colons', at .98c; regular. $1.25 Comforts,and Blankets( Ends of
,; phlegm which produces a cough and is re. Lift the gentleman. in. please An. right, so we kept you. Otherwise he values. Matting.
very hard to discharge: but a small Irew. \ would have sent you to a hospital and 10 pieces Cot on Broadc'oth! 35e $469 bun $5.50 Blank-is. .
settled the damages with later. value at 25c. .100 Remnants of Matting, from 4 to
T quantity of Ballard's Horehound Sy Stafford menages! : to suggest soou you Ii $3.10bu\'s $5.00 Plaid Blankets.
nip will at once dislodge it, and the biag about going to the betel at Unioj: As it is, you fire here and have daffo- f ... $5.69 buys :$6.50 Blankets.' 14 yards at half pnie.Jter .

t trouble Is over I know of no medicine tort-he would be all right< there; h'' dils and-M- 93e buyr.2S-S1ankets. ? is jour main chance to.cover. ,
r that is equal to it. and it is so pleasant ould wire to New York-when thhauffeur "No damages." illlri De,arlnlent Clearance ; "' :.. Sour..; floor, : ,, :s '
, to take. I can most cordially recommend She laughed at him agaie. ; $1.7 bn's$2.oQ Co :ifbits. ; _
raised hiss !'and with, t i.i ; "
It to all persons needing anatdicine I 'Illy-your: Comforts and Blankets
-. of -f>*i :"'n'n: ;* Pa: tr-e- "Oh you might even collect dam Sale. .
for throat or lung trouble. ages in spite of the daffodils!' What from The Big_ Store Monday an4 save Clearance Sale of Lace

r __ ___ __ _n __ _ -- shall I tell papa you want?" One lot of Ready-to-Wsar Hats 'at' money ii' !
"Tell him I want "
interview, said
25c:,
.. .. Curtains :
ill '- *T .V" Stafford' grimly. .,"A nd,:oaf., wijl>\-youpJSase I. "r .U"TrjmmedHats: af half price. :
glreeme'the'pad and pencil 'in ( 25 dozen Children's Undervesrs and
fwBesur '
-e and visit tne Millinery de : "
Odds and Endsi'one and
the inside pocket of my o\"erroat-no, f. partment before'jou leave the store. Drawers, ;worth, 9i> to 55c each' extra. kind: from '3' to :3% yards two'tof'long, at a

Kress9 the 'other'sidetbaI up." tWhen'Houghton k8. Before becomes ;By doing so you will save' money. spciaV-10c. eacji/.). ": '*.. V: cost price. t
1 -
k,
u entered he gave the 'r f"
occupant of the bed a quick direct
took. 'The girl was behind him. Stafford **S
!
punched another pillow back of. 1We have just finished taking an inventory of our stock and |

his head and tried to sit up.

f 5,10, and 25c Stora.Don't will"Keep take still your," said notes Houghton."for you. "Grace Is this ai'e in a position to offer some exceptionally low prices in Shoes, t

what you came after?
"Yes. From the Rf't'Ordews.. New Hats and Gents'
w York. Stafford' fumbled weakly to Clothing Furnishings
I Be Deceived
By the get his old grip on the pencil "We i'7 r
"*
want your,view on the strike'sltuatJon.. SHOES 1 CLOTHING CLOTHING-
The e'evated!' men went out Monday _,
and the subway followed them Tuesday 50 pairs of 50c Baby Soft-Sole Shoes 20% Reduction on all of our Boy:,' $5.15 buys $6.50 Set

Price. morning. If the surface men go f for25c. Clothing. $3.45 buys $400 Set.,
: out it will tie'up the whole town.: Bix- Just received a big line of Boys' 12.50 BOJS' Overcoat for $10.03. These Bath Sets t consist of a BathRobe
by beads the committee of arbitration, and Cbirdren's (School Shoes in all $6.50.11')'s' Overcoat for $5.25. two Turkish Towels, one pair
1 but they say you are back of him and ; leathers., $5.00'Bo's' Overcoat for $$4.15. of Friction Gloves and a pair of Slippers .
Don't Judge Kress' goals by Kress' prices until you have learned won't arbitrate., :Men'a Rubber Overshoes at 90c. $4.00 Bo s' Overcoats for '345. extra good values at these
the difference btween Kress values and the values in other stores.* 'i Ladles'. .Rubber Overshoes at 50c. All of cur MJns Overcoats: at re- prices.
If the stors in this town was the only one we had we might not Houghton opened his mouth to speak HATS I duced unces.. .
t be able to give any better values than ould any other store of the and shut it again as be looked downat Our line of $3.00 Hats; for $2.48. $200 Jerseys avid Sweaters.for $1,55 We have Just received a big shipment
same size. But we operate a chain of 50 stores and are opening more the white dogged young fa ; all the time. Each of these does a tremendous business and the total pillows. When he left the room' half .. Our In- of, $1.50. Black, Derby's for Men's Bath Sets at ,the following, at prices to suit the customer. I
r L volume is so great that it gives us a. masterful positionIn .the mar an hour later Stafford held eleven I ..125. 'i' prices; .. ;
kets. pages of notes the girl bad taken down'ltor Boys' and Children. Caps at re- $7.95 bus $10.00 StL :Special l 'line in Bow Ties. 6 for 25c
We can buy the output of entire factories, we can do our own him. It was the broadest Interview 1 due,d prices. $oi5 buys $8.50 Set. Sea show window display.
t' importing, we can buy straight from the manufacturer without pay old Houghton had ever given out,to any II ---'
ing the profit-tax of middlemen and robbers newspaper. Stafford smiled lazily at
,, Low prices-but good goods the daffodils and thought first.of what
Here are some examples: Curtis would say and, second, of how |'''' WM. JOHNSON A SON.

the sunlight had danced and ,flickered )J I Ior.dIT.
f around a certain girl a .blond bead as It! r* : :
{ Table Ware- SpecialWe she sat by the ,window taking n t.es. j t:1'i :
'
It was six weeks before he left i F'FTi'fi"fi"6fi'B' !rS AyrFg'L+'fi'AA'ii F@'F'Pt

f We are Justly proud of this entire Un!. and particularly of the Brakesmere. He had not noticed the ', .,- ,

1 : .I embossed of value-for white china-price,co'lection.but! we seldom We are always knocking over standards time.had dropped It had over been the February stone wall.when he It "SPECIAL INVITATION." I ..... N111. 'NNN..N.........-...-.-.'-.- .-..- .-.-.-NNONINCflrnco1at-
are so daring as this. We
was April before be wired the Record- Two ladies got quarreling about The jubhc is invited to attend a I Iproliminary :
'bad to make a tremendous purchase,'and we will have to make a tre- \
mendous sale, so 'We start off with t this_ It'ader-the white china is very News he would be'back at work Mon their respective ages.: At last toend, meeting of the Fraternal, Peters': Milk' ] :
special! day. the dispute, one of them said'In a conciliatory Order of Eagles to listen to an aidres
-) Houghton went himself to the statton tone of voice: upon tan principles of tie order by J. -
t fine white china embossed coffees W White, editor of th Jratsrnal Rees w
teas plates large ,a.ndsmall with him. The .two men had passed "Don matter : ; .
creams.- .. .. .. r. ... .........each 10c many a comradely ten minutes together -, any more, dear if aj least, have ord, of JacKsonville! Fa! when thosedsirous IT I> is irresistably_ d'JlcloUi, yet as nourishing as bread and *
I Saxon coffees and teas. plates hotel 'axtd not heart to do It. I knew who of becoming members cau : iutter. It is 1
never
cups and saucers, each 10c during Stafford's: convalescence; and make application chatter a sustaining food as well as a much sought 1
.F It made things a little easier for Stafford : my mother" :was for she deserted n>. Preliminary meeting as called to memb.re order at : after bonbon. It does not mate thIrst EquallY popular :

as he told Grace and the promise when I was a baby and who know 2pm. sharp at C. K, of, A. Hall. I' : with: children and grown-up folk. :
Porcelain AssortmentsThis be held from her I butthat you may have been thaft

"It's all right, Tom,''-said Hoagliton. heartless parent?" I',o IN CAKES. '.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ? .. .. 5, 10, 15 and 20 cents :1
Means lass nutrition and in
is a special business in itself. 'It has ben develops by our of"Nothing them to siy at all. ,I've got six I less vitality. When the consequence liverj' IN CROQUETTES.. .. .. .. H .o' .. .. .. .. .. ..20 and 40 centi :
buyer, whose designs would bring fancy prices .if. he were destined to ,, married and they've married: fails to secrete bile, the blood
becomes
:study: art. You get the benefit,of his ideas in Kress', special decorations everything from a broker to a duke. loaded with bilious properties, the dig -i;: i IN SQUARE:: ,. .1 ., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. 40 eenti :
of various assortments at tha small price of lOc each I am inclined to compliment Grace on stlon bercmes impaired ana the: .
If you want to prove it for yourself just examine this ware with her choice. You ought to see the rest !INSOMNIA' 1 bowels consMpated, Heroine will rectify '- 14WGurden LAZ I A CJ\/The Popular :
t 't what is offered elsewhere. We know that you will) come back hereto of them, especially the duke. lIe's this; it gives tone to the stomach!!, : Phone, 183' *J f\\ \J D T Grocer. C
hay. The reason Is that when our buyer visits the crockery districts taxing me for damages yet But about liver and tidn@ys. strengthens the ap- : :

about every six or eight weeks, he places orders! for 20 to 30 solid carloads that interview; you left out one important tetlte, clefs and improves the com'I....... ...........................
: at a time. Just compare this with what other concerns order feature Yon wanted my views on "T It.! ..(>**...'!.(<*a.rart. for la inn. Hi..with. p'!exton, infuses new life and vigor to,
whirl 1 here beea afflicted forov.r'w
niy year .
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and you can sea the difference. the strike situationdidn't you and and I ran lay tbat laicarcti bare f\\tn aa morrelief the whole system. 50 cents a bottle.j H'

- }- : Each piece .. .. ., .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .'. ., .. ..'.. .. ...ioc't you thought I was holding Bixby back ) lhall eertainlr than i any other rceomiacnd remedy them| bar."to sr ever fri tn4.>4a aa I ,t 1 sold by all druggists. 1 j .-
on the arbitration buss au w'" are, Kprt"Ki.Onlard nun.In.I (
"Well weren't you?" demanded Staf Order Eastern Star. New
Hotel WareDon't ford. Best For Regular] meeting of I Five BrunswickeBalkeEverything Tables

"ij boy. that strike was, arbitrated 'The bowels Florida Chapter No. J4, L'
worry about the maid breaking this porcelain. She can't and settled and called off the night O. E. S. 8 o'clock, p. P PL'
even crack It. It's everlasting ware. Patterns made especially fy Grace ran yea down With' her anto.t m.. Tuesday Jan. %Sf-J. Up-to-Date.

.'Kress'. But you can' hood up your bead In I Visitlcg! invltqd members cordially ',' 14 Ease Government Street.
Inches..each 5c Ice Cream, 3 town all the lame. That was the only CAtIDY CATfM11TICt
Bakers! 2% by S % and 4 inches, A MRS. ELLA .
: .Individual butter dishes two.. two for.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .5c Interview I gave out and it clinched BriYER.W. M. PARLORS, J. :A. BILLINGSLEY, Prop
I
it fob. .c Dlsnes. 3 to 8 inches each 5 Blxby's stand! So I'guess lour dam- MRS, ALICE WILSON. Sec."D03n.s --
'; Oystebo :ls:; ch.. uSe and lOc ,l.Dd... '-. .. .'.""? .. ......lOc ages are about settled, eh?" f Pieua.tPdatabl..PotaetTut.Oooa.notieoA ;i -
I coffees........each lOc Deep plat s.S-6 and 7 Inches'lOc Stafford staged but he' thInking'of .. -
Teas and was Fever.. biei Wake or 6ri..lle.Z5c0.1Ie.lees ]I l Ointment cared of eci' .
me ? .
.1.' I. balk Wl p..i tebl atampwi C cc. 'I
a girl standing among the daffodilsIn Oaarus.e.4 10 ear or foar.o .,bae It.. ma that had annoyed me a long time. I f Regulate thl bowels promotes gasy Baby won't suffer five m utl" f:"
.. .:."WATCH. KRESS!..WINDOWS.1'. .. :, .In garden; her face'upraised to bis. I. SterUo CoCbtcio or N.YV-$ 7WI .1 I[The: Sure;; was,, ,.annan nt."-!In.S. natural mQvel1)t.f.1tl.. cures constipation -l'I Itrie :: .
I r "Settled in fell for injuries received"'' ALsiLJEtEl: : Mflll l MIES I IS W. M3aUi2wsV: ...',Commlssloner':'Labor -OoaB's RegUlets. Ask .'ourdru : croup If you' apply Dr. Thoma

be said. autistic. Augusta .Me. gist for them.! 25 cents a box. Oil at once. It acts sac xiS't :'
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Finish WAS & ; t.av'J GRAND CLEAN SWEEP SALE





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Fashionare -. 4- w' J.i .. ..: : ff;or IS Days/

characteristic of bur the Case ofL: B. Bingham, .. .

C'othes.! We .strive; un- J.': :.. .. : ( 4 .' at m m m
Murder .
Charged With of mum m m 'm
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rem:tllngly to secure '
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= .*. V : -
these results and this season Will Smith. : :
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has witnessed a fuller ,\: > .. BUSt; -
\>
A THE
: verdict of guilty of manslaughter ; STORE" ( :
was the vefdictof J '
realization of our efforts the'jurr in the care ,
of L.: B. Bingham, colored, who was I : ;" ,
than e\er. We are proud tried Friday the lit'
upon ,cnarge vi ) -
of our showing., and we'd ored.ing .mbrderedill Smith, also col-I The (Greatest Bargain Event in/the- History of Pensacola.Commencing .. :

like; for you to see our The case was given to the jury). Friday -

line They are made' night but the jury failed to :arne l
at a verdict until yesterday niorn 1
right at th3 right 'prices ing when the members dedi'edi.O, return I Monday Jan. 22.

and during our Great pre. a verdict of manslaughter., This ,
was done much to the surprise of #II
>
Inventory Sale we are those who had heard the strong ""vidence Promptly at 8OO O Clock "

gung 20 per cent off for : '"that_ had been brought out! in'I '. .

cash on all men' and the ham trial.killed It Smith was near alleged the that Mays Bins ur I We will inaugurate a GRAND, .CLEAN SWEEP SALE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT:{ i in 'order to clean outa'll i winter goods, broken lines

w 's Clothing. pentine camp near McDdvid in a most I and odds and ends. Wise Women will take advantage of this opportunity to supply their'needs for some time to come. "''Read the list of

gi cold.ve-bloc/led very manner coniincin', and; one testimony witness I Bargains over carefully, and remember there are' Hundreds of other Bargains. equally tempting that:.we haven't the' space to mention.It x

against the defendant. I will pay you to come 100 miles to attend GENUINE: CLEAN SWEEP SALE. Mail Orders from Out-of-Town Customers who can-

The state was. represented by Hon\ not attend this sale will receive and order will be filled with the distinct ?
J Walter Kehoe and the Defendant prompt attention, every understanding. ., that. if itis not entirely
cTABDARDtOThll1THIESEII ( fdJ by Judge Jas. R. Landrum. and both i Satisfactory YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RETURNED. A ,
.
conducted :a pretty. legal fight When
\J \"BUILDTRSLY the verdict was rendere4 Judge Lai: -i R
(arum received the congratulations ..ofse.eral Clean Sweep, Sale of Silksi
of the members r.1! the bar
upon sauffs the neck of 'the negro. 40c( Taffeta Silks 19 inches wide, in white, cram, Cheney Bros. $1.00 Taffeta Silks, both plain and :$100: n'd' $1.25: Silk Taffeta and Foulards, In pin 1 4
.
red pink and black Clean Sweep Price.: ... ..23c changeable in Reseda and garnet red and black 'checks\and' new Jacquard effects, special! Clean

Impure blood runs you down Best 50c Jap Silks in pink nie-! reseda brown blue and green, .n 5vy, brown p'nk! ., Lt. Blue; Sweep. Sale Price. ? .... .. ..... ......:.. 69c
TOLD makes:you an easy victim ,for organic cream, black.. .. ? ., ? ? ? .. ? ? ..39c pile. 20 inches wide Clean Sweep Price......59c -*,,/'> SI'I'k c
dlseal !I., Burdock Blood: Batters: -pu- 75c Faille! Brilliant Silk, in cream, pink pongee, 36-inch Pagoda .Taffeta Silks, in black cream 36 inch,Black Swiss Taffeta best:: $1.39 quality
.. .. .. .. ..89C
ifleb the tIood-cures the cause: = na\yClaek, brown and garni"*, special.., .. ...47c white hell: pink Lt. blue brown garnet and< .. Special $\\eep.Jricc. _4
\v H, Watson, a prominent attorns ,' builds )you up. I 50c Plain Satins| ,'all colors to go at**..;.. 4., r.39C .. pearl gray formerly s)0c.) per yard, Clean Sweep :!inch ,all Silk Crystal Crepe DeChene In champagnef -
ot :jiariannawas in the city yes: 32 inch Jacquard Berenco Silks formerly 75cln -J ... .. .'. ...........,53s lib?|$:blue,-golden crown, cream white
terdav on a short business vi.it.Rl'v. black nile pink pongee and alice blue ,special 36-inch $1.50 Psau! DeSoie Silk, to go in this said nile* ,pink, navy and black? formerly, i>5c per

J. W Caldwell has not return Owt; ;tear to .Them.a in this sale.. .. .. ... ..... ..' ..- ,. ... ..... '39c ... for.. .. .... .. .. I.. ..' .... .. ... ... ....51.15 'yard l.'to lJ'i'in' the Clean Sweep for.? ....65c, ,
ed and there will be no preaching Dal.sli! druggist glees the followl.st ( .
s:rvites today at the Universalist ; I of blenders: 'made by bis poorer
Glean Sweep Sale of Dress GoodsBest
ihurch: .tom<<>.rs: "Catch an eel" for eochlnl -

Mrs W B Reynolds and two chil- ; "prosperous paste" for phospho- 39c all Wool Tricot Flannels-all: colors for 19c 1 lot of 50c al Wool Suitings, in good colorings, 1 lot of 40'inch Jacquard Suitings formerly 35e

dren of Camden. Ala. are visiting her :j paste<<>.; "grease it" for creosote; 50.inch 'Scotch and Yankee -Tweed Sui o''s' for. 'Clean Sweep Pr'cas: .. .... .., ... ........ .39c and 40c per }yard to zo now at? .. ? ,. ,4' ..19c '
mother Mrs. A. L. Peak, on East In fishy water" for vichy water; "guitar"or I 1 lot of $1.00 Mohairs. 50 inches wide, .wide,
tend ncla siren catarrh; "ev rasting" for effervesPorre merly_$1.00 and $1.25 value very nobby styles $1.50 French Broadcloths and Liberty Prunella 'CI ab Sweep Prices. .. U' ., n .. ..' ......59c a"

f "o-ge J. Nealeans. of Birmingham. 3 K. to go in our big Clean Sweep Sale at./.. .. .48c beautiful finish, sponged and shrunk to .go at.,98c. 75c Mohair Sicilians all colors to go at.. .. ..49s

connected: with the Postal Telegraph
(" >nipanv., is in the city on a short of 'Habit.TIow Clean Sweep Sale of Suits and Coats
\i=it to his parents, Mr. and Mrs ,,". many times has yon? husband<. i ,

II. Nea'eansMr been under the knife?" On* lot of Taffeta Silk :::Suits black" with white $25.00 'Man Tailored Suits, stylishly made ,gray Ladis' $15.00 Gray Tourist Coats, Three-quarter ?
Morse of the firm of Wm. "Dear me. I don'tn w? but be'some be- dot: only, former price $15.00 each, Clean Sweep Tweed effect, in the Clean Sweep Sat for.. $14.90 length black velvet collar and cuffs. Clean 4 ..y

Joonson & Son, left yesterday for his .- so accustomed to it,that' be 'lIes'down Sale for .. .. ... ... ... ... .. .. .. .. ... .$6.90 $2000! blue or black Worsted Tailored Suit i *short Sweep Price.. e. .. .. .. ... .. p/.. ...$8.90'|
to be operated on time he .
him in New York after spending a sees a doctor."-Chicago every Record-Her .15.00 Swiss Taffeta Silk! Suits in brown green jacket, splendidly made, to, close out for.n$11.90 Ladies' $l&SOTan or Black English Covert Three- 1
*'\\ dab ;n Pensacola combining bus- aid and Metal Gray to close out for, .. .. ... .$390 $1.50 Wool Flannel Shirt Waists, to clear out quarter. Coats, very stylish, to clear out for..$10.49 I

jiebs and pleasure.In =- quick at. .. ..y .. .. .. ....... .H......69c $8.50 full length Rain Proof Coats In tan and oxford
$16.00 Chiffon Taffeta-Silk Suits, in black, bins -
( th. circuit court yesterday Judge I.Children's $2.75 Cloth Jackets special in this n'W.!; full back and belted. Clean Sweep
Arctic explorers the aurora and brown Clean Fri .. .
Sweep e .1'7..9.49
Carter presiding, the case of the Lewis an' agreeable say, prickly sUIQula produces ', ;" : ,,- ?h '- : .,. .'''.. ;4'f!. xiean; Sweep Sale.. .. .. ....- .-. 't. '...... $1.49 Price.' ... .. .. ._ ...'. .. .. .. ....... $10.69
Bear Co \s N. Goldring for the sum sensnUUf $2250; ,Messalme Silk Taffeta{ -Suits; beautifully bhi1dr n's $5.00 Cloth' Jackets :. special' in this 85c Near Silk Petticoats, black, ruffle flounce, to 4made'
lag ;
of 1,750 was heard The jury returned In blue red and white, to _go at... .,:15.90 Clean.Sweep Sale.,; .. .... .. ... .f ..: .. ?$1.98 clear out for.. ., .. .. .... ........... ... .. 55c
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a v-rdlct in favor of the plaintiff $18.00 Wool Thre Mjuartfr Coat Suit' in bids Dr Best $1.50 black Sateen Petticoats to go',m this $1.19 Black Sateen Petticoats to go in this Clean

!or 835. Pleasant and Most Egectlve.T. black; French. Worsted in this_ sale. for.$1090 sale for.. .. .. .. ..' ,,-,,: .,..,', .. ? 1. ..,$1.19 Sweep Sale at., ,., <., ," ..., ........ ........ E9c
J. Chambers: Ed. Vindicator
The Home Missionary Socit of,the

PalafoM*e.- A prayer. E. church with service will''eitn in ',thee the Liberty"With Texas pleasure writes and Dec.unsolicited 25. 1902! by: ) Clean Swe'eb( Sale of Notions and: Small Wares '

)you I bear testimony to the curative \ ,
church Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock power of Bollard's Horehound Srup 5c Aluminum Thimbles to go In tms Clean Sweep L0e'''Jet Head Book Pins, per book to go in this 25c Extra Fine Bristle Tooth Brushes/:.special,

and Tu '.day afternoon in Gadsden I have used it in my family and can Sale for.. .. .. .... ....,...... .. .......;2Yz: Clean 'Sweep Sale. .. .. ... .. .. .......;....5c \ to go in this sale' at.. ,: ....- .. . :,.,:.;. ..15c ,

i Iwo church er r)thus afternon attending'at"'that between hour. the cheerfully aQrm It is the. most effective 5c Needle Point Sandow Pms.., per paper, in this Best 18c .English Bristle Tooth Brushes, npw oT '" Best sea-ollot. Soaps" ,,Turkls'1 and .!>3st remedy for coughs: andcolds Clean Sweep'c a I.po .. .. ....., ..... .. .3c. each to go I In this sale I for.. .. .,; .-. .. .. ..12' '\:; Flower,, Vaso Buh.nnl1k.1tch Hazel Glycerine ,
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Mobile I Roister It is erpact that I have ever used. Sold by all 5c Buffalo l: Horn Collar Buttons per card in this 71'1" .' BOX'. Best.Peerless Hair-Pins, 15c.'value,1 to :go In J" -.and Vio1e tsale ...4he best value for the price,

a large delegation of the members of druggists.. for.; .. '! .tt.. :... .'' .4c ts this sale for.. .. .. .. ,; i .... .. ....10c .. special... .. .?-u.. .. ... ...,. .... 4S
the local council of the Knights of Columbus Secret Drinking D TlrrB. \r' n .r ? : : :::: ;
\.ill to nsacola The sanitarium was for women Assorted Box Best Sc' Hair Pins to go in this Best 15c Kid Curlers; to go in this, C'ean! Sweep .Finest lOc Toilet Soaps Transparent Glycerine '
tonightto onty;
asM-t in Initiating gO! about fifty into women dipsomaniacs-a luxurious. Clean Sweep Sale .. .. .. .. ... ... .*. .. ..5c Sale, per, package.. .. -.. .. ... .. .. ..... ..10c15c Lanolin Complexion Soap. Violate DeParme.

the P 'nsacola: council., Delegations place 'The rate was.$125 a week., ,Best lOc Kid curlers, to go, derpackage\ ,,in,tats >Tracing Wheels,.;o go in this Clean ,Sweep :Saron a I la Vioiette., Lilac DePerse Cold Cream, '
fnai Vvi Orleans Birmingham Selma Ths! ," said! the superintendent<< ""is Sale.. .. .. . .. .......:. .. .. ...5CB3st,8c < Sale for..10c and Glycerine and Virgin Violet, all very best
da-i Montgomery are also expected our museum. Odd grotesque, eh?" Finishing Braids, PT bunch to go in this Best 15c Finishing Braids in white or colors t.> go grade<<, to .go in this Clean Sweep Sale: per cake
u> :ittend. I The museum was a collection of instruments Sale a1'o' : \ .*. .:5e: in this!: Sale at. ..... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .: ."...ge for. .. .. .. .... ...... ....... ............ 8c
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\ nunber of the local commercial I for secret drinking that Lad I
travel ,, have Interested themselvesin I I been taken from female dipsomaniacs.. Clean Sweep Sale of Towels Napkins and Table Damask.5c ;

( the organization of a branch of the I There was a carriage dod, with a
Unit-I f Commercial Travelers and a false back that would bold a half pint Bleached White Crash Towels, to go in pur 18x36 Best Sotch Linen:! ,,liuck Towels never sold (winged Linen Napkins forcmerly 50c per dozen
number of names: have already been of whisky; there was a muff with around Clean Sweep:: Sale at 35c per dozen or each....3c less than 19c each in this sale.. .. .. .. ...14c to go in this sale per aozen.. ,. .. .. ..39c
enrolled: The last: which was being flask of India rubber in Its hollow 6c White Huck Towels, hemmed, to. so: at 45c per Finest 25c all Linen Huck Towels, to go at $2 25 15x21 White 'Damask Napkins $119 value to go ;
circulated by P. Maddox will be left inside; a mouthpiece Ijke ttat on dozen or each. .. .. .. ...... ... ..........4e per dozen or each. .. .. .. ........ ......19c new per: dozen'at. .. .... ..... .........85c
II i the store of Green & Watson and !a baby's bottle was hidden under a r':-- 16x2T inch Beached' Hack Towels! formerly 8c Best 25c Large Wane. Turkish Bath Towels, to go $1.75 Linen Damask Napkins now per dozen .$1.39
all who are engaged in commercial ette. The owner<< of the muff wotJd each to 'go now at 59c): per dozen or each. ..... .5c now' at.. .. .. .. ,...... ..... ........ .......19clite Beet $2.00 Damask Napkins now per dozen1.69 /
traveling: are invited to call: there and press it to her face, 'a -eery natural ; 18x31 Bleached Huck Towels,:formerly' 16c each 'Turkish Bath Towels, now only.. .. .. ..15: Finest $275 Satin Damask Napkins, to go at....$1.83
add thei'i names to It. and movement, and at 'thn now to go at 75c per dozen: ; or each? .. .. ;.. .7c 8c Checked Glass.Towalicg now per yard .,.. .. .5c fOe Satin F.nUh Table Damask now only... .. 69c
common l
time take stiff drink. There 20x40 Bleached Huck Towels. 18c value togo 7c Twilled White" Crash Toweling now only 4V4cBst 75c Linen Table Damask special ..., ... h' ...59e
Best Ever .Made" No 'expense is were ammo a dozers torts a of bonbons, readies now at $1.39 par down.: eacr.: .. .: .. ....12c lOc.Real Russian Crash Toweling now only72c $1.50 Finest German Table.Damask, now only..98c .

Theare spared Lemon in the manufacture and Vanilla of Extracts.Blue Ribbon two o? all or hbapes three and lingers bues of each brandy.containing A fan CLEAN SWEEP SALE OF FLANNELETTES:; AND OUTINGS

poesithely the finest that
montv and experience -!Itoald not open-bad room for a AH our lOc and 12" c Flannelettes, In newest this sale at_ ,. .... .. ................12'/2c 50 pieces dark, plan Plaid or Checked Outings, '
can
produce. half pint In It A number- of purses patterns; to go now per yard....:...... .... .12c e%c,Outjn; flannels, in .1i t.'dalntyHrlp. s..or;
best lOc and 1214c! quality, to close out at ...7,ic
It Should Be were nothing but whisky flasks cov- Finest 13c and '18c Flannelettes In choIcEst colors I dark plaid effects, special,. 10 yards for,...,[...49c II .
The moor popular water it's ered with beadwork or leather or silver and n west" lesigns, in double "",-dUi.. .9Y.ze Finest: 12'c Outing Flannel, newest stripes and 45 inch Tabs Oil Cloths regular 25c value, to go
the best .
on earth and its ;domestic or gold. There: was eyeD a prayer 20c Fleece'DownsrIn! \'crychoice: stylesv'to'go: : in (. ; :\.*, Checks_ Cle Sweep Sale price....... ......5c in this sale, per yard... ...........,........lie.;
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with flask fnslde.cew York
WHITE ROCK book .a : M'
WATER.: Press. ..4fth 11 :'I" Z Clean Sweep Sale of Ladies Muslin Underwear. t

CONUNDRUM $
Epworth TEA. vald Not Cage Parrots. .Embroidery Trimmed Corset Covers;to go in 40c Lace Trimmed Muslin:: Chemise, to go in this $1.00 Embroidered and Ribboned Chemise, to go
"urch: will League: give of a Gadsden"Conundrum M. E. TTature< never Intended that parrots this sale-at ..'..... ... .............,..,;.;.. ;....15c sale at........,............................... .29c50c in this sale at.. .. ......... .. ..- .. ...75c63c
Tea," Friday Jan. confined in said a 35c Tucii2d: and Embroidered Corset Covers to Lace" and Embroidered :Muslin Chemise, to Tucked and Ruffled Gowns special price forgo
fcnce of Mrs F. M 26. Williams, at the, corner resl- should oird:: fancier.< be "They get cages.gouty feet be- in this sale for... .,.. .... ....'..... ..:...25c go in this sale at..........,................35c this sale.. .. .... .. .... . . .. .. ...49c r
"th: street and lath and 59c, Tucked and Embroidered Corset Covers to Embroider. and H. S. Rufflql: Chemise togo 7Lc Lace Trimmed Gowns to go in this Clean ,
will be a musical program avenue. Admis-There convulsions come Irritable lose are their liable featLers to fits and go In this sale for.........................,..43c at.\............ ............:..50c Sweep Sale'at.. .. .. . .. .. .. ..........59s,

Len 23; cents to all.Drill pick themselves! till they are a mass of All our finest' Muslin Underwear go in this Clean Sweep 'Sale at Bargain Prices.
and
mutilated deformity. Confinement r wWEEP
Notice. diet the causes of all this. .
improper are
.The*, Sisters of Naomi Jlebekabag Jf a }parrot gets an Irritation of the CLEAN SALE OF DOMESTICS SHEETINGS ETC. .
No
Odd Fellows'! 10 Hall. will please. meet at,i skin and draws bo/J! while picking All of our Audobons NorwooJ and Central Park" dark colors now only.. .., .. ....8? c sale for.... .. .. ...... .....47e
!*. at: 8 m. for on Friday next thi himself be will keep on till be is a hoc. Calicoes in light and dark colors, worth 5c and 100 p:ecs Best 15c Edinboro Zephyr, new styles 10 yards Good Stout Bleaching to in this sale
p drill in the New De- tasted, :a thirst for for... .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .,.. .... .. ... ... .8C go
tree Staff ld spectacle. Once 6c'per yard to go at ,,10 yards .39c to go now at. for.. .. .... .. . .. .. ... .. . -,, 47 cAll I'
J. D. Wood! has been created and will never our New Continental: Suitings formerly sold 1 case of best lOc Dress Ginghams choice styles _
FULLUM. Capt. cease. for 8c par:: :yard ''o so in this sale.,. :. .. ....52c special. yards for... .... .. .:.. ... .. ......69s 10' yorjs of bestlZ'/jC Sayles 'Bleachery Cambric
Younq People's Societies. "I made a trip to Guinea once anti lOc and 12Yc doube: wIdth Percales, light and 10 yards Good Sheeting! Domestic ta igO in this to go .In this sale for: .. .. .. .. .. .. ..95=.,j

There! will be a meeting of th! Unit- when I saw the happiness of tie buts .
M cote CLEAN SWEEP SALE OF LACES AND EMBROIDERIES I
Young People's Societies: at the i In a state of freedom declare, my
Prp3br"rhtn church today at :5:45; Kcitnctr' smote rad I saw thousands of 100 pieces; of 5c and 8c Torchon Laces and Ins?rt- .. Jnsertings, formerly ti and lOc per yard, to TURERS' SAMPLE: LINE at a special sacrifice

"flock\ Th public is cordially in-' them from the lovely Jittle gran l arra) ings goal styles, these won't tarry .long! at the .II' go for' .. :. .. .:. ...... ..0..... ...;.. .. .....5c II in price, to go on sal: Monday in 3 special
t.1t d. V delightful program has been]' Loot to the king parrot, and nothing Clean Sweep Price, per yard. ,,V. .. ; ._ ..3\c* 300 pieces New Swiss Cambric and Nainsook .
arran ed. 1 f'can exceed their grace and delightful; 1 lot, .of extra wide and good Torch Laces. 'and -. .j Embroideries and Inoertings, a MANUFAC-- lots, per yard at Sc.;)c and :. .. .. ...........19ca
expression in the;;open country."-Milwaukee f' r j : '

COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMENTO I. Freo Vrcss ___ ____ 55. Miscellaneous.;. Bargains in Our Grand Clean Sweep Sale ..
HOLD PUBLIC MEETING r
50 dozen Ladies' White' Handkerchiefs, Clean | | M !n's 20c: Brighton Garters,, to go in this, Clean | | Men's 1234c Seamless Socks, per pair.. ........9c +
T hCKnell of Jewish Women will BRAINS ,. : : : : : ?

hOd.the! |erening Club' at 8 o'clock in the Progress,' andHEALTHY I to go in this sale at 2 for.. I. .. .. .. .. ....5: this sal for.. ..... .... .....''.. ........ ....38c ... '
'oomH Interested'are
?:n%.:t-d to attend.who are: |11 BODYCan I SPECIAL-:'-1O yards Simpson's Mercerized Typhoon Silks Choice Styles, and only one pattern to each customer, .. 69 Cents ,

..J. Rabbi Koch Program..-Address.:; Co Thi-gs. I Extra Quality 5c Brass' pins to goat_ :2,papers .
.. .... ..551 : of 52.00 after the Gong
"at Heinb?rg.-Violin colo. for.- .r. Vfl /\ Souvenirs Given Away to the first 20 Purchasers or over, .
S. Mrs. B. M. Solomon, read'ng.! Thompson's $100. Glove Fitting Core, now..75c' +
4. Mrs Ed >irscheimer-Song. j Grape-Nufs Ladles' 65c Undervests or Pants too in this strikes 8 o'clock Monday 'fr ming. ZC ZC 2Z X *Z :e- ;'i: :; .
5. Mi>s Rosa Levy.-P-ano: solo ; sale... .. ...... .-. .......... ...... .........47e, ..

6. 1Jj\s Xetta Zimmem.., (pf Mobile : '

won i.' Miss;, Lillian x Jacoby.-Violin_solo.f| Food t Reason"Builds' Both."There's w T. H.. .L.A. C>:N" CO-


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x=FRANK i L MATES Editor and Maig; gii.i.r I PEARL. ".' EAGAN' ORPHAN-'S' ThJME" 'I j ONE FOUR! .OFF Monday Special Matinee, Jan.at 3 p. n.22


SUNDAY. JANUARF 21, 1906. : RE-OPENED '. ,. 1 ,
i H r : ) : Wilson ..,Barrett's
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HHHN-!-<1 HY Grsat Religious Play,


.i: ...' WHERE THE' CAN JOURNAL BE FOUND. .*** Says Rev.-Percival. H. Whaley.-. '. '*I. : FOR ONE WEEK 'ONLY' !THE SIGN OF THE CROSS


..." .-- M :,I:_..., n ,_ ,__._. ,__... .. '. _._ _.__.___._.,.'._.__ ..__ ._n z i- n ** *** _: That's the order of things here ow. With the original production ant
: The Pensacola Journal Is on at a great cast cf thirty English plaven
# I and yours
Stock
0 sale at the following places In i Pck; out any pair of Shoes In our they're I from the Lyric Theatre. London!

0. the city: I Some years sInce. upon the death ter they have reached a certain age.1 fou'rth '\ """, '

. ; 0 Bay Hotel. .* of an stlmable womah,'t ls home I Particalarly is It desired; to train the I Jne off the regular price.. ,,; ELABORATELY COSTUMED!

5 Coe's Dook Store. orphan and destitute children forJ girls for domestic service, wiura a i Depot News Stand opened. II cent honorable and protacted live'i! I

. .. Gem Book Store. Until 1&02! the work was carried on, hood naybe had. If practicable a1\ bur may know when she comes here Unanimously Endorsed by Press

I .4. Hotel Merchants Escambla. ** mainly through the ireritous effort[ I school will be maintained. thoah itj 1 i Cfergy. inc
Hotel.
of some well known ladies the support is preferred to send the children to

.: Southern Hotel. ,being: derived entirely from the the pubUc schools. 1 : Price -Matinee, Children :2.!:
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Thompson's Book Store. t ClI'J'
: voluntary ,contributions of Individuals During the yellow fevirepid'mic last; Exactly What tp Expect
t) Walker's Book Store. tiC M the Adults :'iO cents. Night-23. 50. 7*
at
1 It and some corporations. In 1902 the summer the Home was placed and $1.00.
institution closed largely for lack dispo-al! of th Citizns' Rilief Committee -
,; .. wag ... "\, Scats on sale Friday at noon.
t of proper interest and support.It through the caurtesy: of 'tba .tt n '

; ; I was'f lt by many at the time ladies in control asa>refuge for needy I Ladus who are awake to thIs great Shoe Opportunity will savea ---- ------=
c Immediate Work that this closing' was a Serious misfortune chiiarpn: and those from h3meawheri': !
ONE.NIGHT .ONLYl
Requiredfor ;
to this city, however necessary there wasIlow' fever and from when: < : nice little sum by making investments in,Fcotw ar. -',.*. ....,

it may have been under existing it was: desmed advisable to remove :
a Charity Hospital. circumstances. A good work had them temporarily. It matters not wiat jou: may want 1 If.)t'5 ja our Store you. may Tuesday Jan. 23.
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Unless something is done immediately been done for humanity, in responseto It ,Is 'now proposed to re-open the '! price. '" *argi'discount "f -
have It at One Fourth Off from, the regular Sea'whaphis .
I to supply the need Pensacola an actual want by the devoted labors :- Home hecaus l thcr is an urgent need j S : .,

.will soon be without a hospital of any-] of those whose religion prompted and even demand for it in. our pr2sent i ,means. : Us5.c JULES MURRY
'hem to do what' they could. Surely! conditions' in this city.' The :idea ,8'
kind. This announcement may not be, I .. .... .[..i'.... '. A'f' ..*3-73
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no work of this character needs to I to have a 'general! Board' of Trustees, LADIES' SHOES U OFF ,. ..
regarded by many people as import I prove its case by argument., compos 'l of renrssentatives!! from all, 't -' 'i' <,
I OFF.... ,v... ...JLKi ..,. $3.00
constantlrevela LADIES" \
I ant but to anyone who will stop and self-evident proposition., The religion* tochties that will participate! j.. $4.00 SHOES % ;

:. think for a minute what it reall/ ion in all cities great! and small who will administer the affairs of the i '3.s0 LADIES' SHOES. U OFF.... ....' ...I., .. ...\\I!. ....N .$2.63 CRESTON CLARKE
1 means it at once develops a 'very serious of, the large number of homeless! and I Institutions! It ,u estimated that $10) ..t'

condition. suffering and degraded children has per month in money oritsequivalsnt.lwill $3.00 LADIES' SHOES, H OFF.. .. .... .t' .;:.. :.. .,.. .... ..$2.25 ...In...
been answered both in Europe and be suJHcientlfor,th, maintenancein : '
1 : A city of 25,000 inhabitants without America by fixed and increasing endeavors REV. PERCIVAL H. WHALEY. I the beginning;. It is intended to1! $2.50 LADIES' SHOES U OFF... .... ..k..t':? .: ... ..$1.83

. a hospital is as bad as a city, of that to provide for these childrenin put the Home in first-cI.&S1r condition i iI $2.0flT'LADIES: OF.F. .. ... .. MONSIEURtBEAUCAIRE
. ; $ SHOES, U .. .... '...: ... $1.50
,. sIze would be without a church. Ana the' present: and to train them for here sImply! to chance. Then many,I,to try to do the work thoroughly and

a city which is full of churches and the future. are orphans. homeless, destitute, driftIng -! systematically, to extend its scops as'\ 1.75 LADIES' SHOES, U OFF..... ..... .. ... .. .... ...$1.31
Is In_ this city it amazing to note like accidental atoms of immortal, occasion may. require ,and to ask the"
: still has no public hospital worse' he multitude of children who do not ity:03 the fouler tides of human prog- aid of the whole community in) the I $140 LADIES' SHOES.., 14 OFF.... .... .... "', .... .... ....$1.13

.} than either.It go to any school at all and who ,are ,! way of regular contributions.

is therefore imperative that something thus growing, up to be useless lazy,, ress.The_. purpose of the H&ne is to pro Tha Hcme'was founded as a memorial -I PRICES-25c, 50c, 75c $1.03 and $13

t : be done Immediately to provide burdensome and perhaps dangerous! : vide for the poor orphans and. next. for to tha !late< Mrs. Pearl Eagan and, !
tor' the contingency which is now In citizens in the future. The want of I the destitute and neglected. bjr...giving the.land was given.by the late, Col. Seats on Sale Saturday: at Noon
a compulsory education law leaves them a clean home and training them Chlp: v. W'j ----

: 'E ight The owners of the only, hospital in the ,training of .masses of children I I to do honest and IntellJgsnt! wbik af-''D. 'PEflCIVAUH.i ., JJ.\LY.; BOSTON SHOE STORE ONE-NIGHT ONLY


14N .. the city, St. Anthony's announce that I ... Wednesday Evening, Jan. 24.America's .
!R they cannot longer maintain the Insti- ''I posted> on the progress of state polltcs. +:"' : "':" .X.I.X : .
Genial Jules Salomon is a' high r
As business enterprise Fashionable Leading
111 tution. a strictly I
priest of this order and he has estab- '
it is a failure. The extent of ished for himself statewide fame as Foot Fitters tlj Tragedian

I ii the charity work necessarily Incumbent a ,political oracle,and orator. Just ,at i i Services at the Churches ,i JOHN GRIFFITH

present Mr. Salomon.is interesting 1 ,
i14 on an Institution of. ,that icin
r4f4 more than 'eats up what profits' are sional t'mself: timber.in finding in the available Third cohgres Florida ...................,.....".,........t.!.."..'.='&....=".'...=......._...._.........-.v"r"_..._.. .._........................-... ................_........._..................... & & & ;. & & Phone 690. 117 South Palafor Street. (' and a Superiorcompany

made from the work which: is ''paid 'district, inspired thereby, no ttoubt, .
order of services 7:30 m': Union of ,
Following will be the meeting Young
p. ,
' ': :tor, and consequently recelvhig''nJ by the frequent talk that Congressman in a majestic revival
: at-the various'churches through- Peoples Societies: at 5:45: 'p. m.' An
Bid. from either public, or private. Lamar may enter the senatorial out.the ,city to-day: interesting program has bs'en arrang I IA I of Shakespeare's
candidate to' succeed Senator
: charity sources It is compelled to fe-, a'ena Mallory.as a In a',recently published Catholic. ed. : **..................................++..............* 4)::1 immortal tragedy

. I. out of business. Interview Mr. Salomon says he hears St.- Michael's Church. First mass 7 Sunday'-boola the Stoddart, Avenue -'

This prospective condition is one of in his travels very flattering talk in o'c'ock! ; children's mass 9 o'clock! : Mission: 3:30 p. nr C. F. Zeek 7L King{ Richard

: dual import: The city will! have;no this connection of former :Mayor last mass 10:30: o'clock: vespers' 4 superintendent.' All are cordially'' In-

. place to provide for charIty patients, llQreno! .Jones of Pensacola,:'and says o'clock: c*- viied.- .. I' EN&WATSONI: The' Third
he believes If MrJones: becomes a S "Joseph's Church-Sn ices.as fol-- -S S S G8 I I
end private citizens who have money Christian I
the district. ?
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candidate he would sweep lows: ,
First Christian Chorca--Corner Al- [ Prices, $1.59. $1.00. 75e, SOcand25e.
::5, to pay for hospital treatment will Sunday. a. m. Low Mass;and In- ,1
arid :
c niz' G fegory streets Sunday .
bave to There will be Sale of seats begin Monday
: no place go. How this sttggestion of his candidacy struction. ,::9 a. m. Sunday schopL 10 5O
II school l.l.O 'oS% > *Mickey,,Supt. .
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I no place in the city where nurses can mat be received by Mr. Joneshimself a. m. High Mass and Instruction 4 ; Preach ing:*"at.Il'a.-' and 1:30'p. 'm. at noon at Coe's-Book Stare

, te :trained for service and people ,de- II ,I or:'by the: J people? of the third ,m.the Vespers Blessed, Rosary Sacrament.and,nediction. :p'l, by O. P. gpiegnl. general evangelist "Our First Installment \:j I -
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tiring the attention o* trained"nurses .district. no,one seems to,'be In a positlon Mass during the week, is at 7:20; a.''of_ Birmingham, Ala. Revival serviceaevery

will have no place from which- ,to secure i to, say, but should .Pensacola's. :m-,except Mondays and Fridays when 'I evening this week, 'except Sa>: : CONCERTChrist

them. : former mayor 'have the congressional ,ills:at:,8 a. m. JDurlng Lent:and the U! .tAJ..1:3 S ...:S S_ i of 19O6 \: .

? The Journal invites the'atteniton I bee in his 'bonnet or shoultf; there" be 'months" of:'May and' -October ,.it is at 4lmvers) list. : ....BE_ EtIT.: ..

1 of the churches ard. the' peop'lc.geD.eraUy .- any: 'general"' demand. ,for ,him to ;6eccme -. 8 a.km'v J. FirstinhrersalIst ChurchEastChase i .
in the' evenlngbeforSnndat I II
to the seriousness of'this pro. a candidate it Is safe 'to Bay Confessions:" Holy Days'of Obligation and street :a. W. Caldwell, minister. 1 .:.. WHITE OOD$... j): 'Church Sunday School
i ect and it' offers the use. of, its 'co!- !' would Sunria subpol at 10 a. m. Y, p. C.IL ,
corns for suggetiocs as 'to, a:. 'plan that Representative Lamar .Firsf Frilays from'4p., m. to 9 p. m. 6i30p.m.. :, .All are cordially inylVed. ,I : -: Just Re elved. .: at Library Hell.
have a foeman worU'of 'his steeU. Baptisirs Sundays at 2 p. m .or: by .
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which will provide the institution Former :Mayor. Jones;, it maYbe appointment., ,, r-5': '. ::1 TUESDAY, JANUARY 23rd.
which: must be provid 'in:.some way I c i S S I Second Church ,of I SEE SHOW W' f OW. 1
: Scientist.
stated- is.one of the rongest personalities .I Church of Christ. 1. Christ ,, '

in Florida: politics, but ,it; is I I :Chufcn, !bf Christ. _cor.. Jackson, and Thai, Second >Church of Christ.Eclentlst..StitY1 : .4. M. PAUL JONESMISS
i '
Former doubtful if even an assurance of a Alcaniz' Streets. Bible school 10a. (:(I1: every Sunday .bVRITE'MADRAS, all'neat' and new signs.-.15.. 20, 25 and 35e yard .4.
Mayor Jones morning at 11 o'clock, Wednesday afternoons
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congressional: seat could induce! hut'I m: Preaching 11 a. m., S"bject."Wbat's ,I :3; ,ck.Rea.drng: room ENGLISH LONG CLOTHS, best \alus: we,haY ever offered, in \ MALLORY,

Suggested for Congress.. to'. give up his fine, ,law .practice. to the Church?" Preaching at i i open daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m,. pieces of 12 )jards.$1 $1.25 $1.35, $1.50, $1.85 and $2.25 piece 4NAINSOOK MISS.WHITE.

i The; following from the TimesUnion's run. for the office. ', 7:30 p, m. by W. T.'evening, Tracy.7:43.Prayer Allwelcom' (where Christian Science literature' i i NtLISH made of tae finest combed jams/ MISS MACLAY
meeting Wednesday
may be bad,' Room 6 Masonic Tem .' 15, 20, 25, ,30 and 35c per yard 4MAIJA
"Short Talk" column is
of
,
general interest to Pensacolians in The "'Calhoun Democrat came out Episcopal." .-i pIe _* a beautiful soft and silky coth! for 1adi?i' 'Underwear. 4 MISS ANDERSON

lastVeek and Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whale ', INDIA LINENS. a complete range. quality and pl'jce..5 to 25c yard <
in editorial announced }
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{artlcular and to the people of the an Salvation Army. r .1 A Rare Jnmt tor Lover of C0oT IHutlt./
itself in favor of J. Walter Kehoe D D. Rector.. Regular services at Meetings nightly 'at, the Army Hall..1 PARIS. MUSLINS the finest washable material .made. 46 to ;30 in. 4. -
third congressional district in general. candidate for from this 7:30 and and 11 a. m. and 4:30::: .p. m. A cordial welcome is extended to all.: *ide.,",v .... ... .as to 90c yard t ADMISSION.
us a congress :
The Times-Union says: Sunday School :9.45): a. m. Wednes- Sunday school Sunday 2.30 :
Commercial: tourists are, as a rule. district. No better man could be day and Friday services at 4:30: p. m. m. Richard Morris. every, captain in charge.p FR. NAINSOOK, FR. LAWN PERSIAN LAWN, PBIITIES CHECK :t! Adults, 50c.: Children, 35c.WAITERS .

.' observant fellows and It is part of found In this "district for that place St. Katha'ine's-Cervantes and Da- .. .- ..- NAINSOOKS, CHECK LONG CLOTHS.' p.- -- -

l their stock in trade to keep fully than Mr. Kehoe.-Chipley Banner. via street. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe. S. First Church of Christ, Scientist t ALL NEW AND FRESH. .
T.; B. rector Sunday services 7.30 First Church of Christ. Scientist- !
,.. and 11 a. m. ,and 4 p. "m. Sunday Service at 11 a. m. Services will beheld I t ;;

I -NIff School 3:30::: a.:, m. Semens Wednesday in the',Pensacola Library build- YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND LOOK OVER
and Friday at 4 p. m. Saint's lug on East Chase street E OUR LINE BEFORE PURCHASING. i't GRAND CONCERT

: Days Holy Communion at 10 a. m. S S S _
I:1t I ,Said of Pensacola .! Seats free. A ,welcome to all St. Cyprian Mission (Col.) AND 'BALL

St. John's! Church. Warringtonr- St. Cyprian Mission (colored) Old 'I I GREEN & ,:. to be given .atRussell's .
and Pensacolians Rev. J. R. Bicknell priest in char: e. Christ Church Building-Rev. D. D 't WATSON: J\\ '- '. .
i t Service today 7 a. m. and 1:30P. m. Moore pastor, Sunday school S:30: Hall Januar

.Services January 28 at 7:30:: p.!J11. a. m Cervices 11 a. m. ani 7:30 p. .. ,
I 1 **##H*M ##jM***##HH"il if 'i? 1 The Bishop pf Florida will vh.it St. TO. ,Holy communion every third Sun- '24 1906.'

John's church February 18. at '(:30 p. da}'. ,

I m. PROF. D. D. ,COLLINS' Music.
The Senatorial Candidates. pie for a number. tt f years in a \eiy Cennuy Olluion-Rev. 'J. It.. Bick First Christian Church. .; J
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Hon. John S. Beard and lion. J. Important!, responsible position. It nell priest in'' charge. No services to- Gregory street two blocks east of JACOB. CLAR00RNE, Mj"
'Campbell Avery of Pensacola are filling this position he has saved his -
day. Services :next Sunday January
Palafox
: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Ha. _
i _
announced as candidates for the strate'thou nd of dollars and made
both :8, both morning and evening .
: Mackey, Supt The children
rext State Senate to succeed lion. for himself a slmlllar number of The Bi! of will visIt Century LGEHERAL ARTHUR > Pensacola Andrews and
SI
W. A. Blount who has served his fnenrfs. As'an officer he is second to I I hop Florida' chorus will sing. Evangelist? Q. P.Piegel : :i; ,
Mission on Sunday! Feb. 18. at 11 will preach at 11 a. m, ,on 1.i
time., and who will not be a candidate none; all a citizen and fneiw be has "Victor "." __ '
a.m. } At 7:30 he will speak on ; Gulf Steamship Go.
re-election. : Blount made few
for Mr. ; equals. .
S 51 "
"New Name,
Revival service also l
I I Florida one of the best senators she If nominated and elected he will I ) STEAMER TArtPOX
Methodist. every evening through the week except
ever had. and be -will be missed (romthat' make us one of the beat Coiigrvt. W. G ARrtOW, Mttltr.FIUST .
next time. Now a con- Florida has had. .
body ever '
1 : Rf4\. B. 'C. (; fnnl.&stor':: Regular services '. fi1 -CLAi : PASdtf.NObK:: A>D
est royal may be looked forward to We take great pleasure in putting .
and
II a. m. 1 m. Sunday
p.
from that neck of the woods but the name of Hon. J. Walter K*.noe.State's school 9:30 .'ftti :. I FREluT; KEKVICBPENbACOLA.
a. m. J. N. Andrews sup- USEFUL DISCOVERIES.Are .
either one of the candidates will make attorney for the fiit-t {mliclaicjruci ; erintendent. ,., 6:30 Ep ort& League p.
A enator Escarobla may be proud of *. before the ,people- of this div MOBILE. APAUACHt
' *B both are well posted VlorldLtud \, islet! as a candidate for congressional; ) m.Ga1"den Not Always Startling Neither Do COLA. CARRABECLC, ST. ANDREWS
inteXlfg* nt, with qualifications hfIn.tlppiD&. that the' pivss of this Street Methodist ChurchrRev. I They Create the Most Talk. r MILLViLLE.!
; F.A" Rogn-s. Preachingat I It is .
necessary to make efficient 1aw-mak- district: will ass-lst us In .gating Mr ,, pastor. not always the greatest, most .ff
ejs.V-Talahabsee! True' Democrat. Kebne fo make the race.-Calhonn 11 a. in. and 7'30 p. m. 'Sunday startling discoveries of science tha; And all point* on St. Andrews Biy
Democrat srhoul 9:30 a. m.. Epworth" League are most useful to the human race. .. Carr bele' ard ApaUvhlccI
: I C C 7 p. m. I Comparatively few people.were dlectly SCHEDULE
Ought to be Put Away.- .
.
S '5 interested in Herschel's finding Pei-saco'.a Sun4', 8:30: p.
The Pensacola Journal says: "Thev Preparing: for Mardi Gras. 'Leave
authoroposuctric at one of Pens i N'Ja i" getting ready to celebrate -, Baptist of the, new planet U ran as, but man m. for Mobile. Ala.
kaye
i an, First Baptlft Church-No regular: I thousands have beefl betefited bProf. )' Leave Pensacola, Taesda). S.33: pm >
tfe*,i forts, We understand it is kept: Mardl! Gras this year ID a grand!
services school 9.30 ., Unna's experiments. which St. Andiewa, MlllTlUf. A;>
In close confinement." It ought to be er and more elahorste] KVA than ever. today. Sunday for
a. m. :' piovd beyond a question that: Dandruff lacnlcola Carrabelle and lnt.rrned.i (
Lake Quits number of will
put a",'ay with )j.ss Stegomyla- a our people cover
and cflebtate with her-Marian- East End Baptist Cburcb.lltb Ave and Baldness are the results or points
r : City\ Index. SKChOe na' Times-Courier, and Chase Sr;-Sunday school 10 a. the inroads of a parasitic germ whi i= For additional isfonnitlon: apply! I'

for \..ongre&s.As S' S S m. Rev. .1. W., Senterfitt will preachat invades. : the roots of the hair. Over 2,000,000 Sold in West Florida i i.. 1904. J. IL SAUNDKRS frN1J.at.Oen. .
the time. Is drawing nE'i&r'fot -.14Jhn Will Beard Him. both murn!ng and evening services.i The discovery of the true cause of E. It. COBB.

1 ., .t*t ytar' campaign we think It And John wjll Beard the political A cordial m\itatkm! is extended to all. balutoess made Newbro's Herpicidpossible. Frank Reilly Agent Pensacola Florida Frt. and pass.. Agi-
Peniacol IlL
time! to look into the matter of fiud 1km; Jn ,his den.-Ap&Iachicola Timex.S West Hill; Baptisf Church.-Preach- Herpicide effectually kills ,

IDS good man for ('.ougres!(. S S ing today jt u a. m. and 7 p.'.nu this germ. Destroy the cause you remove -- ---- -- J r .-=-
Incumbent is not the Bouquet for Miss Beck. .. 5,5 the effect. _
roan The'Wtt"want.present. for we feel l that sInce The readers of the excellent Pcnsa- Lutheran Church. For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte- A GENTLEMAN'S: TASTE IS BEeT}'-vvoe>p LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,,

his tilt with Minority Leader Williams Cola Journal are' rejoiced that MissE. German Lutheran. ,Church} -Rev. J.I druggist and apothecary. 121 South ,,4 SUITED WITH A

(which was a very childish caper), ha Nellie! Beck the society editress. P. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Surw'ay Palafox street, or send lOc in stamp\ County.'Clrcull!' Court.!
% lost his usefulness. Such a man is has .returned' from her vacation and School 9 a. m.; 'German service 10:30a. : for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit All kinds that you want. In Escambia' frank
Chancery
Flo da. In
dangerous.As is again; fillin'g the society columns of m.; EntfUa service 7 p. m. Church Mich. CERTIFIED'CHECK I State of Sarah: Smith. On MondJ"

Jeff Stephens he is merely aside that'paper"with her charming article meeting afterc1oseofgIlBb Smith vs. (
for D
issue and will not cut much ct *. ,Miss Beck Is well and favorably All voting members. requested to at- "SPECIAL INVITATION." So CIGAR. OAK AND PINEcheaper the 5th! day of February \ is rt'fJldr'37
'in the fteht known in Tampa where she has tend. The public Is' Invited to attend 'a the defendant, Sarah Smith
.figure aganSt:
; & ban? would be done much aplnditf newspaper work Scandinavian, Lutheran Chnrch preliminary meeting of the Fraternal ed to appear to the bill filed
Who then shall we All the qualities of fljror.aro- pub-
be
"these friends always feel kindly Services 5 Order of Eagles to listen to an address thayou ,can buyit her herein. This ord'r to
and a at 10:30 a.' m..' and p. m.
the natural question color.and good material is I''
the of the order by J: zna. ( anywhere.. Any ize you : lished once each week for feu'
In looking ,around for a candidate interest, In her and her work, Rev. Helle pastor. tpon principles embodied* in it. Pensaco'
to man who S S 5 '.*. S *- 'W, White, editor: of the Fraternal Record want. consecutive weeks in The
a yoong .
mind '
runs *
cur all his time Business. Wanted Now. of Jacksonville, Fla. when thossdsslron Journal a newspiper published 10 "
devoted Presbyterian.First "
: .. bal nfl"'; &''l his life to the Demociatic partyof Pensacola is not bothered with politic Presbyterian Church-Rev. !* of btcomlng members :can A. Greenhut, & Co. I Eacambia county A. 3!. M'Mi[::la*>'
.
energy *
G
tbis etata. A sUuncher and uiore *, ws The. Journal. and they are Julian S. .Sibley. .. pastor. Sunday make application as charter members. DISTRIBUTORS. E. C. SEWELL Clerk Circuit Court. By L. '

: useful Democrat is not to be to1D4S.! glad of it, Business is what they school 3:30 a> m. Christian Endeavor Preliminary meating called to order at I mardD: .C..-,.Peniacola, FlaDecefi'.

..,. lIo:,has served, his.state, and bu. P&:.o' \vaat'now.-{:;aI.Be&T le-suna.. {::O p. m. Preaching at:'11', m,'and 2 p. m. sharp at C. K. of,A, Hall 'J ENa)COL.A.' FLQJUAA. Phon $14. I her 30. 1303. 3Jdecoa

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is I I AMUSEMENTS'tf: .

When the Time ., : ; ( .! Begins i Sale Begins

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11tf.d $ MO
pleasedwith a play?,, Upon I H'I'
to oe entering the theatre or: npQn leave ,, J.\- ,'I' SharpFORBES Monday i -
"Wl leaving the
tf y upon theatre
tog you
say. Of courser; yet I The 'Sign of the Cross. '. effects, scenery music, costumes and
how often ;
i1I'In',>stly now has jour expectation of a play been fullyelized' r "The Sfgn of the Cross," Wilson furniture to enhance the favorable impression 8:30: I E 18:30 I
That's why I do not I Barrett's : SharpGreat
recommend everything that comes strong play in four acts, made by the reading of the
on : which will be presented here: tomorrow romance upon the mind of its reader ... i

Tuesday evening however, there will be afternoon and night, deals rever Us risible: and'auIar:, forth of appealis Y..
an attraction at the opera I i eIitlaIl '. yet with great ,dramatic cure to please those who go to see tt
feM.: Creston Clarke in "Mont ieur Beauoaire," that I'd like every ''power, with the devotion.personal the romance in its dramatized form ;

theatre-goer in Pensacola and vicinity to 'bee. It is slmp'y! sup?rb.Evervbody 'I sacreflces and sublime,heroism' of the That has been the experience of January Sale
who saw it last season will tell you so.: You'll after fi.st Christians whose zeal compelled 1I i Creston Clarke, for' whom Booth Tar- e
so
it. and thank for say the attention of thej Pagans of luxu 1 kmjtoa dramatized his famous'novel. .
bate saen me thus
m : t i ; V.
urging '
to rlous Rome : f -
you in
come. the despotic rule. of"Monsiuer Beancafrer; which Mr ; ): ,
Stay away: and you'll be sorry. Come, and you have ,'plY. word I Nero. : C'arke!' played so successfully all last ...o'.) ...1 1 ,
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tot u that jou'll be delightfully entertained. '* '_ For many seasons "The Sign of the season and repeating during the: f't t l {.,,
'Cross! has been the most successful,, current season.
(lot plays carrying; with it religious; Author, actor and manager'I

Jo Mo t tracts that have commended it particularly cause for 'congratulation'' and so Muslin Underwear: !
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to priests and clergy of all denominations the public who have seen the work of'' 1

I and other who may Creston Clarke aca' his company and ,P ,
i have haj' prejudices against the playhouse the lavish manner in which i
money
L Manager Ojpem IHImJlSe" j[i before the event of "The Sign has:been'expended to employ the best]I I We have planned for weeks this great sale with every expectation of excelling all past efforts.Com t
of the Cro and see how well we have planned. You know how this
i' :>s. 4 D! composers, scene painters, theatrl' 'are store's Undermuslins are made. The materials
1 I In many notable' instances the In- cal costuners dressmakers: fencing 11 ful and the best hyg.,nicfactorIes.Considering the trimmings. are neat and artistic, fit and finish are perfect and the work is done in health

price and quality nawhere: is the rost of worthy:Underwear' so low as here. With cotton

.__ ..... ... ._.u soaring around 12,cents a pound, a word to the economic'shopper,U 'sumci nt. You will have to paymore
R. L LEE MEMORIAL .."., if. you procrastinate: _. '.



SERVICES fRIDAY''I 1 ;"'-, .> ,"':- ,', ,," i iw TWOVlTI1OtlSafld,. Two! Hundred and Forty Garments atC
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Address Was Delivered by General S. G, French, and Was Listenedto : : .. .

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With Rapt Attention by a Large : '

Audience. r:? Lot 4 .

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Mrs. F. E. Brawner \ I
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MOST ENTERTAINING PROGRAMWAS 6. Recitation-V'Suit of Grey"- :;, .. I ,, '..

RENDERED AT ..:THE HOME Miss Nell Richards Ttee .... ., ..... .
rt Krtara ft kK i tilt b rut 9118a'lord II dot vkj. duns Ilk tills art LM Tile jm cMct.
.. 7.. Piano Solo-"iSuwanee Hver"-

OF GENERAL W. L. WITT1CHMN Mrs. J. M. FljnnJ LOt 1
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Recitatiorf"When f the .
THE'EVENT- 75 uanu Q Qt
CELEBRATION OF played: 'Dixle-Iill&: Marghanta' Mo1reno lOc ,

REFRESHMENTS WERE ryERV- ." t > f f .* r i 15o
9. Piano Solo-"Dixie"= rrs. J.

ED. Fljnn i iS
The ladies of Pensacola, Chapter M'I -
D. C. were the hostesses and their
The handsome residence of General vited guests were the Ladies '
and Mrs. W L. Wittich was the scene rial Association Veterans of 11emo.t i' IiI
Friday night of one of the sweetest Ward No. 10. and their ',, ,.

memorial gatherings that has jet honored visiting guests, and it was '6en raUy ,.: +4
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the memory of tho loyal Virginian conceded that the affair had not only, I Igi
: ana great American: Robert truly honored the great Lee ,'
Edward Lee birthday, it celebrated,'but-ati .tfhot :r F
It was more like the homecomingof participated. | 1 A sa 0
a family hospitably welcomed by General French's adtfress: was as
one of its sons and many of its daugh follow: -

tersThe Mrs. Chairman and Ladles. Daughtersof 1 t. a, {{ ;\
reception rooms were decorated the Confederacy: : ,." t I. r f
with ferns, palms and Confederate We are assembled here this evening! I Y.,
flags while the dining room glowed to celebrate thE; birthday ot'Cenerat :
I in red and white The table was particularly R. EL Lee The feelings thatvprompt] ; .s.. } k

beautiful in its apPointment us to meet here 'are peculiar.. Lo\,' -? $ C A ltizt g11. 1_ita fed vitae Inlait oael,ltatail ii a.1.4 taaa t.. NIs.tAtx. ;
and decorations A very large center admiration of the man, the measureof
,p ece of real lace over red bore a his deeds the attachment of his, 4 =
ut glass vase of *red salvias.and" tinv troops' for his person his calmness in I { OT I Ir l

ronfeierate: rags were strewn about tattle his gentleness of manner... In- .:
the surface of the table*, Here hot stitute knowledge of char ter oft mea'

coffee, chocolate!: and ;wafers were his silence when the end came after l d .
gracefully served bj'; the Daughters of his farewell to ,,his soldiers his, F IV
("ensaeola Chapter: whoaIsorecelTedhe declination of all honors: ..Mscon: ') ) ,f M1I V
guests and in every way dispensed demnatlon of no person-all 'point. -"to J
a dunning! 'gracious social and ..informal an indefinable his TOMbRRCFV
something in, com-, SCENE -FRAM -SIGN OFT E.CROSS" IGHT.Ifluence .
hospitality! ,t" througbout the position \ve can: not'com rbhend, aaaiNP '. ... J i
"pvemnj, ably seco:aed ''by Genera \ Trill now have to 'aslbthe'. angels]l { 1 '
and Mrs Wittich what it is, and will call it by .thai I of this deeply impressive I and dancing maste'rs, furniture ant /4jV
The social feature was accentuated: name. -.' I I drama "has closed the breach that;
i D, an Informal rendering of. the folio In some respects General Lee might I fisted between the church" apd the 'have made stage.lighting a fine art.
) *ing excellent program: : be paralel to Napoleon.. He, used the i l stage. These accessories brought to the V
Program. I highest known' laws of accurate!h The penw>cution of the Christians aid of .so"nne: an actor as 'Cre ton
!, Piano Solo-"Old Black' Joe"- knowledge to 'accomplish his designs I and the many scenes of Rome in its Clarke and the'other artistic artists in 3 EL4
Mr Lawrence Green. trusting by little to chance. On the I darkest days :are ,combined, In 'a, storyof i the case of "Monstuer Beaucaire" arepowerful .
stirring incidents and marvellom factors In 'obtaining the t; r
Ret'itation-"B1vouac
of the eve of the batte| of Ansterlitz
climaxes. Messrs.: Fred. G. Berger 'rplendid financial and, artistic results
Kappahanoc"Miss Vera Fulgham. French troops
gent a message t.ht-I .
;i s 1'oca) Solo-"The Sentinel Asleep Bonaparte that they du not wish and R. G, Craerm., who control and direct bMonsiuer, Beaut ire" has enjojed H v V :
I the only production of this play All the above Influences and effects
-Mr Harry B Graham. to expose his persop to danger and i
4 lathe United States and Canada: this will be apparent to those who are .
Delightful talks Veterans who he
by replied that he would do so if they'jl opt; :
had served under the great soldier would promise him a victory. He season; give the gorgeous scenes of present at the opera house on .Tuesday later alln d r1,1f1 r i.td Y tatter_wea Male_Taft 1 i..N4 taq.4i

g!ring their persqo l experience with II I ctmplied with their request except in Rome its palaces and Its people with evening, when. Creston Clarke
Lee participated 'in by Mr C. V one instance the richest possible scenery and costumes will appear. Lot 3

Thompson, Mr N. B Cook. Gen'l. S General Lee was told at pott el vvania. '-I l!
G, French ana Mr Egbert Boall b>' some of his troops, that they The excellent cast of forty players' .John Griffith's "Richard the Third" .
5 Vocal Solo "Southern Girl"We including man}' famous members of The announcement the coining i
would the
not make charfce on enemy O.
unless be remained out of danger i William Greets London company i. engagement in this city of Johu! .2 e. 4ViVV
-- headed by that actor''t\ W. with it 1r
------- ------- A soldier took the General's horse: sterlms' Griffith on Weafcesday( carries:
and ]led him to the rear, and the \ic i iI Smith, who will bring eplend! phy- a great deal of interest to the best. ,
tory was all this his heal; steal and dramatic qualities to a powerful c'asa of theatre Goers, and this interest 1
With
I was kind won.and"his feelings refined and .i portrayal of the leading. part of' is intensified by the fact 'that I pMs* d mtn I Men.: Tttt r ur tit n tm. umntut m m the ant tie bas slb..r r a '..... I l
Marcus Superbus. ne will present Shakespeare: s import-
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gentle as, Jadjs.( lie was ever kind
al tragedy "King Richard, The Third."
tome and kept me in command of the ,
Creston Clarke Again. Mr, Griffith's presentation of it will! Advance
Department of North Carolina and Showingand Special Offering New Spring
Southern Virginia. When a beautiful; romance is mad have most adequate aid in the very
Dear Daughters of the Confederacy. ,'.into. Lpleupr8 giving comedy JUte 1 excellent company he has selected
you have before yon an important meted bye 'actors,.-ana1: actresses V train- {the splendid fire proof scenic Mercerized Waisting at 20 and 25c yard. H
E i duty to perform and that is to guard I ed in their art, supplied with light ment 'furnished by his e4ufv-1
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F I
> .o Many novel and thrilling ele I
against the errors of history.. Secession ; _. .. _.. '
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I deprived the North f.an ceau
f tees added and the in '
.1 I the boundary Atlantic from to Chesepeake Key West Bay, ,thence down t its entirety will be the performance most Impor See ''them in our,Big North Window.

around the Gulf of Mexico to the'Rio! COFfEE" !' snt! ''event in the season's theattical'ristory. i t .. .. . .

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Grande and the navigation pf the lower \ "
Mr. Griffith is personally-a most Interesting '
MlsslssiP i river Secretary-- I -
ward was ,an able statesman He character, combination of Yours for Quality, u
foresaw the loss of this territory pre Weare the Piopecr Oiental ana' phjiical-m appearance. SL
Close OutThe he srggests the peerless Edwin For-i! '
sa' ed ruin"and the war was to re-
ccver territory All else was a mere Coffee Roasters J of est. and the frame and strength of the' I \ W. J. & B. FORBES.
champion pugilist Jas. J. Jeftries.
It was
side show ; .and' finally recovered West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS.
Odd
Plates by making the Conferedac a while mentally he is one of the greatest
:students of of classic literature
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desolation. Tbepeople Irj the south ..
This Week in diplomacy, were as naught} slaver! is fairly a crank on the works .. ;
the divine bard, Shakespeare."Checker" I
was: a side issue; all the struggle was tot .1
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for land, and end came > j I -
fj Some styles be had in the people to ,homeless beggar: *' bcokmakers >ho have seen the play
can There will be tbe.charm of love the I
starvation and so the, territory have 1 It the most thrilling racetrack 'Order Your
aca'! no equal. Atria) p:enounce
dozens and the 'tnrill of -
joj laughter
pf sen
and half-dozens but the form '
was finallY,annexed through the effect. ever presented on the ,
sal ICE COAL and
OnaUsua the house WOOD
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major portion of the stock which of re-admission Into the Union.not aware will convince the connoisseur Thursday evening,- when "Checkers." stage !an4 Jacob Utt the theatrical'manager of MThe'II !
There are Tnanypeople whore production from the
We are desirous of closing out that the suspension of the 'WrIt' 'or V the :new racetrack' play with Hans! Suburban," is known to playgoers I
Consumers' Ice and Fuel
before inventory are single plates Habeas Corpus In J86J made I'retident that we Robert in the title, role will be prownted -' far and near declares that the betting Company.
Llncolp a dictator. He was wise : here. ring scene in "Checker" is the greatest I fi OHc( r--Corner CbAia and Tarragona. Phone 259.. t
suitable for china-closet sideboard enough not to exercJs It often :t=
plate-rack and side-table then through' !his secretary ,of state.! claims. few seasons great in New successes York.,of Boston the last Chicago two,!.the, good fortune; to witness. ._ ,_ h._. __ ....
ornamentation well the The conclusion t then 1 U that your land: 'also in Philadelphia It has just! fEyeryone'shonld '.....................................................
as as fathers were overcome by staf3pOJlrather Concert TuesdayNight.

practical uses plates generally was not than a ciyJ by} :war defeat, because in arms.in civil ItI I i i Wholesale and Retail .ned.,.finished! will play its fourteenth lour more engagements engagement! at JJbrary' Hall attend Tuesday the musical night i ii
serve-all sizes. in New York this- ,, : concart J Season J
season a unique
victory, defeat are alike inglorious '1 i is be .given for: the benefitof 1
5 The penchant for 'odd plates' war Roman.or ; consols\fJctorj' were in never civil!I! GROCERSand t-[I described recorl:! for as popular a breezy:!). realistic It has been con-, which Christ:to'Charcj Sunday school. At This of the Year >,

allowed a triumph for amusing Mr. IK Paul Jones will play and a'
amounts to with most Senator Charles sumner recognizing I i I HEClng an:1': carnedj-drama: ,I other well known local --
a passion war I numb of 1 11
| h'ch appeals directly to anvmencan i i
this truth, asked, that. the conquered will assist in the ;
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Women and a chance to indulgeit returned, which all kinds of Fccc} acdlence. musicians program. Every house needs one or riore Gas Heating Stove*-' f
banners 'be In brief is that Mr. Jones's playing' Is. in ItseK sufficient 1 t isonijveeded in the dining bed or *
The story of a nerv/! especiaUy room room .
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a fraction of the usual expense created a howl) of. Indignation.his inhuman Stuffs.Wholesale brilliant! young American who has' for an e\enini8 treat. bathroom Where a fire Is needed for a short'time a Gas + 5t i?(;(y

will not be lost sight of by General teihernun of to private justify property been followlns tie: race track for a I I';I Heater I Is t rf/r

the fair destruction it Is. living falling In love .withta charming< i ... 5 f,
sex i in this vicinity. said "War ISI fell. and I thInk The, Original.! --- -- --
;!rl Iroia the west being persuade,1Ij
Bishop Chalmers! who sal"War Is I:'Pluto Water t Foley] & Co... Chicago Originated !
his
It hcr to abandon

pronrnt shouldn't response be to'necessary this advertisement.zeoiii to urge. )Iei-cr.; Holy Glory cause.Fame freedom Waged restrainIng In such Freefiom'a a*-:! I\habits. his hU endeavoring plunge back'to to do the haurd'usl so track, his! ;I re..1ledr.nJ Honey and Tar on:.as account, a throat of the and great lung QuickC.Convenient, Inexpensive. i ,

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man may claim' ,yudr Gods i ,I, popularity Foiey'g Honev .;
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tb; j.-tmth, his vital arslsiance rendered m >rlt and ? -
laws" ). : and Retail 1, at a crucial moment to his and Tar JUan>" Ijnltitlons are offend : -- V- :
sweetheart's father and a happy ending ,; for the ge -111. These worthUsa Imitations .
'Despatch: : .Is thf f|oal of business! l New Orleans Grocery Co.t for all ,concerned.A : have similar sounding! ; names. I Pensacpla -Gas Company !'

but there: can be na despatch V'thom: scene unequalled in..stage annais 1 Beware of ih('? The genuine PoleyS] V
107 SOUTH PfU. rOX STREET a yertlsins w Mfurclsh I :3{ promised: for the.! third act. It rep.I i Honey.and Tar 1 is ,In ,a yellowy packase. : ,) :
PENSACOLA : method.And: Want in nine. In Jas. lYicHugh ,".; 'j'ji ments th? betting, ring in_ full blast ., AsKhr I It,an" !J''fuse any substiItute. t Phone,148.".--24-and 27 E. Garden 'Street. :
the jmthsJ nc'dca,. of'sjfeculatlon on. D rby Day.ln ."*- W.-,\: DAlemaerte drusgUt :. .. &. .-r -, ,
r: i stances out ot.. tea, J i Phone: 10S., Proprietor ,inton Park", Chicaxo. ;; ror W&lh.j'j.j and :apotS: wry' I.............- .'...... ...,...........................:
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: PAINT I ". ;Y: Hardware of all kinds at Moderate Prices. Out-of.Town Orders Promptly, and .T J' "r.;


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Here we, hav&a. group of pictures numbered from one to eight. Each one represents some cold weather sport---not necessarily, out of doors
; ARMY
PUZZLE
i however, The large illustration at the top shows one of our little friends in a game, hockey-..--apparently all by himself. Three ofhis


companions, however, are concealed in the picture Can you find these in addition to guessing the eight sports represented*

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i a. INTEREST[ -s'i.:,:. dTea-e : --:-



Answers Comparatively Few Since ,

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- t Holidays-Gregory J J. Quina rr

Gets Prize Dollar I' -. Av
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What is the matter? Are The Puzzlers : : 1 I "
1 losing Interest in that bilg silver ( .? 1
dollar? ,Do the bright soldiers of The r2 .
Journal Army wish a furlough? Or- ::
do they prefer a Discharge?
Not more than two hundred answers I ...
have been received time, week :-.1 _
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Since Christmas and few of those .' 'r:) ;t
fcare been correct. Now-let's wake ; .
up and get down to business, or let" ''t l. r a:
give up the Puzzles, and-the dollar. .
1 Which shall it be? .
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Gregory J. Quina 418 Garden street .: 1\' t -'
Is entitled to the dollar this time and 1 i ; e 1 ..
can get it whenever he calls for It at +
The Journal office.Following 1
.r G'4y"lr1 i .tfOCJ1; ,
1 are the correct answers. f i' cc5
to last week's, puzzle pictures: .
.4 Correct Answers.No. z, '-'*. t -, __ _.I e'' frS
1.-House. r
No 2.-Shoes. j % t e F1 t a
1 No. 3.-Fence. .
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No. 4.-Tree. itt t
No. 5.-Books. ..4P'T
No. 6.-Slate. INN -
No. 7,-Woman.
No. 8.-Switch. '
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No. 9.-Boy. .
Correct Answers Received
Correct answers to last Sunday's :.
Journal Puzzle Pictures were reclev-
ed from the following boys and girls:
Ruth E. Gentry, Milton Fla.; Marjorie : _
; McLean. Cbcambia. Fla.; Annie
R. Pfeiffer City; Gladys Bell. City ,-
Arthur Johnson. City; Manuel John. -5-- r
eon, City; Elmire Bell City; Mary 1
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t.9i Peake Little Bayou; Francis Peake -
Little Bayou; Modesto Peake. Little
:Bayou; Harry Porter, 104 Houston .
tt street, Montgomery, Ala.; Marie
'Parks, City; John William Parks,
t a City; Marjorie Tompkins Muscogee,
J;<]a.:; Mauve Clarke, City; Minnie (
i 3'aria Ford. Tusculum (?) Ala.; .
t Gregory J. Quina City; Joe Riera tt- '
Jr., City; Ellle Swaine. City; Annie C 1 i t7
M. Quina, City; Ellle Robe Bayou ;Ly/1
11Cbico; Arthur lobe :Jr., Bayou Chico; !
a Ethel McConnell, Escambia Fla.;
(Walter IL Thames. City; EiUs:, O. Wil
Hams Milton, Fla.; Edith & Walters, UJL4)k t
Clnclnatl 0,; Everett Rice City.
Nearly correct were the following:
' Ollie Padget "No. 1, Woman" and
"No. 8 Brush." *
i i, Jeanne and Alice K. Dow "No. ;3 ; i in lia..lltn J.th' I>e'f .., '
Chimney.:' h \ :
Kathleen McKInnon, "No. 8, Brush.'" : Ti
Constance F. Quina. City; Ed. Millie .5 'h\'i
and Lucy Swaine City, "No. ". 'e' ;: ..
3 Stocking" and "No 9, Yard"Ethel t .
and John Walters left "No. I, .
$" blank. TO THE BOY OR GIRL WHOSE NAME IS DRAWN FROM THE CORRECT ANSWERS RECEIVED AT THIS OFFICE BY NEXT THURSDAY NIGH-T, THE JOURNAL WILL, GIVE 'A SILVER DOLLAR

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,,PUZZLE ANSWER O.UPON. spirit The, and following the many true pretty Puzzle Puzzlers little Army's"will letter lead soldier expresses it I ALEXANDER E. OAR. Pres. | NEW-YORK LIFE INSURANCE CQ. I H Y 1.' 1906. ]I

, Answers ?Must Be Written on This Coupon] Bl&flti NO with Interest: & f :v t Nos. 346 and 348 Broadway, New York. .
t \; Attention Will Be Paid Those Not Written On. It. No -" '
j'' t Exception to this Rule. True Soldier Spirit.. THE GREAT? INTERNATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.

Cincinnati! ,
i .:tnsarernto the puzzles in The Journal to:-daY err as follows: grandma and to take
? her to Florida we with are going us as ,soon as: THIS Company: announces thatt has Issued _during the year 1905 over D UKING the year the Company has paid in death-losses on the lives of

she gets strong enough to travel. If 155,000 'POLICIESin over 6,800 policy-holders, more than
I get the silver "cart-wheel" this time 20 MILLION DOLLARSDuring
rai just keep It till we get to ,Pensacola, the sum; of over
I, but be sure to print it in the paper 295 MILLION DOLLARSof the year the Company has paid to its living policyholders, in maturing
I that I am to have it when I get there policies and other cash benefits over
i 'f for grandma Is most well and'!! we insurance on which the first premiums have been paid to the,Companyin
I p1. Sa I i Light be gone when it gets here. But cash. The Company is,now composed of the holders of over'. '.\ 520,000,000
f. !I do want everybody ,know if I get 1 MILLION POLICIES During the yw th? Company.has loaned direct to 57,000 of its poEe1'holders :
t It '. t drawn out in the drawing for it. "'I do *. on the sols security of their policies, upwards of
'1ft..1. (hope I will get It I have been trying now in force for more tnan f \ $15,000,000
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lose long bue never have S'Oit yet. But *
2,058 MILLION DOLLARS
i : if I don't: I am just going to keep on .., at 5 per cent. ly.terest. without fee or other charge.
No.5. 'till I do. My papa says-Stick It out of Paid-for Insurance" in force, which,Is over w:,<.,', '< During the year the Company has paid to its policy-holders in dividend
t a little woman ( I am past thirteen) till 130'MILUON'DOLDARS ;- I over
\ !you do get it. Never give uji till you
i more Paid-for insuran'ce in force than it had year) $5,000,000.
' No.6 win. And no going to, so you might I a ago.
I as well let me have it one time as .
1 another. But I sort o' feel like HI get
No.\7 T j jit this week. But-will I! Your lit. TOTAL INSURANCE :IN FORCE $2,058,000,000
; tie puzzler Edith S, Walters.Well. Insuring'the holders of 1.000.000 Polic iea. 'who ARE the Company, who OWN the Company and who ALONE receive the PROFITS of tha Company.McDAVID'HYER .
y little ,. to
P lady you are lure
; t No. I "get there" sooner or later" for you CO.-AGENTS: ---F. M. WHITING.PHONE .
have the
"winning spirit. So if you
do not get the dollar this week Just 700. a,E. GOVERNMENT STREET.

N-. '" keep trying as the others' do. Be .' __ '_,----"--- ___ ... .____ ______..L__ ___. _____
,. I sure to call ana : Mr. Mayes and 'u., 1 ."
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Street No. : : f "SPECIAL INVITATION: Order i.f Kigfes to listen to an aidresj ord, of Jacksonville: Flaw when those1'; Preliminary mestJng: :! ca'leJ to order at
brng your 'papa 4fYom-, ndma' The public is invited to attend a 1 I upon th with you. U. 4.1' JU'elIm1narymeet1n! of the Fraternal. Wr White editor; of the 'Fraternal Rec I make application .*s charter members.!i. ..
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WE CANNOT( IMPRESS UPON 100 acres good land, partly cleared; Fine buihlng, l lots on East A Few Attractive in Real\

SALE cypress and pine timber shingle millhouse Hill at from .., .. .. .. ....$75.00 up. ( Offerings Estate.
various Improvements smiles -
-:- and Good Investment lots West A
wsst of Pensacola on P. & P R. Hill at less than .- '. .. .. $30.00 each. 528,5oo.00-0n8 bf the most Taiuabja( > pieces of property in the city
R. All for.. ., '.. .... .. ....$1050. [%-room cottage E. Wright $1350.00 on a' corner. and fronting 3 streets; ((260x24tf. ,
REAL ESTATE PURCHASERS 10 PER ,CENT INTEREST Elegant two story 8 room house. Five large rooms and bath $20.000.00rNew two story brick building on Garden street near Pal- '

large :orner lot on East Hill..$4500. North Hayne '.. '.. .. .. $1850.00 afox...wijh lot 93 feet .r! nt. Quick sale.
I net to you can be obtained on of Beautiful home on North Hill $6500. Eight-room modern house .N. $12SOO.OO-Larga 3-story brick building, near busldess center. A .

i i the property below, an some
; make each Two $7500.00-Desirable building lot, near business center on corner (245
!pay 12 percent, you want to money $25.00 modern houses one six
TOO STRONGLY $3,000-6 houses renting for $37.50 Nice little cottage (new) on corner, other eight rooms, E. Cervantes feet by 192- toot). .
per month. with barn and 3 lots. East Hill $1950. .. .. ..'.: .. .4 .. .. $4650.00 $6000.0G-Improved property near Palafox street!! property paying
$1,600-3 houses renting for $18.00 5 lots and house on N. W, corner Two five-room 'cottages renting about 12 per cent We consider this a bargain.
per month. Reus and Cervantes streets; very $15.00 per month on East I $5500.00-Large 2- tory dwelling on West Hill; good, neighborhood

The necessity for knowing that the title '*' perfect be-, $ 600-4-room house renting for $7.00 cheap at.. .. .. .... .. ....$3150. Gregory which will net over. 12 with.12 rooms.' and servants!! quarters. Lot 80 by 180 feet
tore making a paYment on same. per month. j. *' \ I per cent on investment for I.I.I Our Rentar Department. Is given special attention and our lists

{'. T' S 600: -2 small houses, renting 'for quick sale .. ... .... ..*. .. $1250.00 of stores 6ffices"encl" dwellings contain 1ocatlonsln all parts of tne
;i '' $8.00 per month. i & CO. I city. Our Insurance, Department: representing 15 of .the leading
WECAN GIVE A PERFECT ABSTRACT : .: L. S. BROWN 2 f ;: FOR'RENT. : foreign and' American comp>nissrcaa'!! fully'protect you from the fira
; V : I fiend. Loans, in any: .am unts made. on real estate, and on short no-
OTHER BARGAINS. :: 201-J! Thiese'n Building ." F.: ve-room cottage E. De Leon $8.00 tice.

$8,000-Business> lot 125 feet on Gar "WE SELL 'LOTS" CALL IN AND 'LET US. SHOW, YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR
of title! for all lands in Pensacola and Escambla county e'en street. MONEY." -

.' for the one and a quarter centuries. Prices reasonable.. $12,000 287>i feet on Tarragona St.. C.R.YAEGERReal

will pay 8 per cent. HOOTON & WATSON I
$, *,500-Elegant home eight rooms, HE.LP.WANTED Estate Broker- ,
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Hayne" street. Successors to Thos. C. Watson b o.No .
WANTED-Salesmen of and 202 Thiesen
ability Building. Phone 332
$2,200 3-room New
Cottage (new
PeIl11salcolla tavestmeirat Coo and all modern). .' neat appearance.to.call on all merchants '. 37 S. Palafox' St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
$4500-:9-room) house North Baylen. in their territory;, elegant side I
I $1,500-5-room house (all modern) E. line convenient to carry; good commissions For Sale \ .
4. H. O'ALEMBERTE City Manager. :... Hill '- ; prompt Fren Uance. Bel- _-_-_-______n ___ ----- -n--.. --_-
( iwaterf moat Manufacturing company, Cincinnati ;. I
$850 5 roonis city'> West
( MAGAZINE, "INVESTING FOR
W.H.RKOWLES, FmldenL R. K siMfSOM: $ crefcry.j. Gregory. O. its PROFIT" (which I'll send .tree) is D. HALE WILSON, 6 CO. .Professional DirectoryTHOS.

.E. STII1MAN V..Pres. and<< Gen. Manager. KNOWLES BYE 'Trauurer.Real $150 and up-lots on and near East Traveling salesman wanted to sell! worth $10 a copy to any man who intends T

Estate, Loans, General Investment. Hill car line. l'ocers. Permanent position. State to invest any money however REAL ESTATE
I $4,200-2 6-rocm houses, gas and electricity. present occupation and? salary expect.er. small; woo has money invested un- PEBLEY,

215 South Pa I af ox ,Street, Pensacola, Florida.. All modern, and. .new. :... Los Angeles. ,Cider. Co., St. Louis profitably. or who can save $5 or RENTS AND LOANSWe LAW .REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND.
'I -i selling ". ,ltWANTED. '
am' Mo; .- :. mor 'per monU /but"who hasn't learn- COLLECTIONS. -
ed the art'of investing for profit. PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
.-500 men. $4 00 daily, per- '
and Lots demonstrates REAL PHONE 55'. I
------ $50 $60 manent-pass circulars tack signsno It the earning have the following very desirable
canvassing. Continental Dis- power of money-the knowledge finan pieces of property on our "For

WANTED WANTED tl.OO cash and 50 cents per week, or trlbuting Co., Chicago. 19Jan1w.WANTED.BoY' ciera' and bankers hide from the Sale" list: Dr.S. R;
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$3.00:: cash and $2.00 per month. These masses.It Mallory Kennedy
bottles at about sixteen to shows how to invest pmall FOR SALE.
W.\XTED.--Quart whiskey A1\'TED-Responsibie lets will be worth $100 to $125; before sums
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over
maL.age learn glazing. Apply Saunders Drug Store
Xormans Saloon. 20janlwKODAKKRS branch office and they are paid for on the terms offered. and ho-v .to make them grow Into fortunes % block with nice lot of fruit trees
depot for Office Hours-9:30 6
Co.. 29 East Garden ISjao a. m. to p. m.
-the actual possibilities of intelligent ..$1,500
Kauflman's pricesfor large coffee ana' spice company: own su-ch.'e terms arc hot offered very and under fence. New City. Phones 274 and 109.
get and finishing. Best injr its own Dills; salary up to $200 day. I am selling! these lots fast.and WANTED-Nurse woman. Apply investments.It % block best part of East. Hill- .
developing Romana and cicnthly and commissions: ; references. they will soon be all sold. this morning at 619 North Baylen reveals the enormous profits very cheao.
,mi cheapest in city. and investment; of $1,000 required: street 19Jan bankers :;nake and shows how one can Best building location overlooking
FOR RENT.
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Palafox. ianlta Addreis Manager, 18 River Street. make. the same profits safely. ', Bayou T eur. 200x137: % ft.$1,500 T G. YATES M D.
Chicago. "i i (-rOOm house near <*epot ... :0';.; $10 .WAtfTED: .:-T.hree .g9d.men to sqUcittandlcoliect It explains lOW stupendous for Good 5 ruom house. W. Jackson .

W\ TED.-Sl'Cond hand furnitureand u ':6-room house. 218 E.'Intendeacla: $15Warehouse..Cushrnan's ; Industrial'! insurance.. tunes are, made and WHY thejr: are street. .. .. .. .. ...........$850 ,.
articles of all kinds! : Apply.,Rom 3., Old.Armory Hall, Satunlay '
'jousehold EECTECTIVE-Shrewd men wanted Alley* >$15ill matfe<< -how $1,000 grows to $22,000 l 4 block in New City near Stodiart OPTICIAN
for cash Addr2ss P. O. Box 353.. in every community to act*tinker our I can" lend twothird.of, .. sale price i. morning.. ,18jan3t* 'To introduce my magazine write me place.. .. .. .. .. ,.. .. .. $1500
.Tjanlm __ instructions; preyious' experience not .ou'any-of"above property WANTED.:-Quick/. reliable colored NOW, mention this paper and I'll sendit Number of good renting houses that 306 THIESEN BUILDING
to know that neccessary. Send:' for free book of List your property with me for sale. boy. of good appearance for office SIX MONTHS -FREE. will net 10 per cent. .. Jp
WANTED.The public at particulars. Grannan's Detective Bu. Rents collected and prompt returns boy. Apply! 11 W. Intendencia St.. after EDITOR GREGORY 120 feet by 80 feet. corner Romanaand '
old newspapers can be bundle/The/bought reau A. Cincinnati. Ohio. Its made. 7:30. 16anWANTED. :81 Jackson Blvd Chicago. Alcaniz. Excellent location for DR. C. E. BENNETT
cents a
tns office for five .
warehouse Houses now renting
regularly -
all clean and nice. .-Men"and boys wanted to FOR: SALE.-Pecan-trees; all sizes;
lire QUICK DELI for $24 per month.......$2500 I OSTEOPATH.WILL
-Hauling of all .
earn $5 to $8 day'; after completing from extra fins 'paper shell seed. W.
\\\XTED.-Ele.ct..- work of ah kind. kinds solicited; moving of furniturea LESLIE I. BROOKS course of practicalTInstruction at homeor E. Acosta. 14jan of RE-OPEN OFFICES IN PEN.
sour fans. resalr your specialty. East Hill Transfer Co. Will lend a reasonable amount
LH u s clean! in our schools. Graduates admitted SACOLA APRIL lit.floardandRooms.
... r wlrln;. de. Pol''ua Residence Phone '454; office Phono Fisher, Building.MiscCllaneous money at lowest market rate of Inter.est -
ynanO, <:', ) 918. 204% S. Palafox St.. to union. Positions secured. Coyne FOR SALE.-Grocery store and meat
Electric Co. 2S5' on any of the above.
S.
.I Peu.it J 14Janlm Bros.Co.. Practical Schools Plumbing market attached; business good; 30 S. Palafox St. .
Bayicn.TVANTED.: and Bricklaying. New York Chicago. reason for telling-on; account of going'
Phone .234.
Cincinnati and St. Louis. Free cata north, owner does not want to stay .
First-class x registered. Money Loan. log. south. Address I:M., care Journal. ROOMS 10 RENT with or without
druggist i and pharmacist 'wants position - NOTICE. .
- : 14jan.
I in West Florida permanent or MONEY TO 'LOAN.-On real'estate Persons who left clothing with the Any intelligent person may earn a t ...- .-- .. -. For Sale board. 22 E. Garden. ISjanlnx
I temporary. Address F. Z., c.ire 'Jour other sufficient' security 'by- or. late W. J. Abel of the Gulf City a good income corresponding for FOR SALE -Full, blood Barred Ply FOR RENT.-Two well furnished

r I nal._' 3Jan. ing to :rhos., Febley5: cor. ,:-:.Talcr appl and> Steam and Dye works. for repair. are newspapers unneeesary.-&J1d; no .canvassing for; experience mouth Rock White Rock Fisher FOR SALE-One No. 3 A Eastmans rooms. Southern exposure. conveniently
Romana. up flairs."- 'notified to, all'on G O. oUns, at lit particu Streign and Brown" Leghorn JFowels folding pocket kodak:; a bargain Apply located, near hotel and boarding
',nnovm.MONEY lars. Northern Press 'Syndicate,
SECOND HAND CLOTHING. WANTED Bust Government Street and get Eggs per setting 'at (15) $1.00. For to E. L. Reese. 124 S. Palafox houses. Reasonable! rates. 302 N.
-,High! --kt price paid for gent's IxCkporL' N. Y. SnovSmoa.WANTED. .'address .
Spring street.
TO LBNT :ir..m; Owners must pay costs and further Information Plymouth street. 5J an.FOR 17janlw
On
clothing ccl}'. Also sell second band V. > good real estatesecurity !'jtove' property. G. O. Brosnahani.UphqMerer .-Men to learn barber trade. Rock Poultry, Fa .U1.,J. 3} Pope; Prop., ONE 'doable furnished with

goods. No. :9) It. Intendencia. at lowest ra.tej-XesUe'on .gOod'Eo'collateral' Brook's: ; )'ln.Dt; !-, '- t, ( ,!I;. Oi'o'' f 'Oqfacift1s.ipottQOISripZfl4 :: .:. ,u L.. Box- &r,Bristok.FJa.7Janlm: "" I SALE.-One 'choice block on top bparid.; Hot and cold bath room and use

Fisher :'uUdinr .*- *" 21Ji r, : "S teab'f 'Pl'llcrioe;! u t r.tnstr cthm: of the ridge east of'' the electric of telephone. Phone S65 or apply 415
jO? PRINTING= of all kinds wanted ---- 11''j t\-'Ii&:: aoa'. chair : : *n5tpO$.!ionaiUu:;. FOR.: SALE.-)Barred' Plymouth Rock I railway between 7th and 8th streets' \\. Gregory street ISjanlw*
b< the Mayes Printing, Co.. .21 W.I MOX\ LOANED'on any an GveThii.t. bon .. 181.. .nl1.be 'kind ':?of personal property. p rabeweekly'or afj; .I.'t..U'jo:odch, .fr-ti to" an: ,. All' woricguaral2''TarMgona. graduates 'just the season 'to begin up. .Car, ; well marked good blood.I cannot' be duplicated. :A. V. Clubbs. FURNISHED room for rent; no light
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DeS of "ark. :. '. 'iaecWANTED. ;no6thiy. When youeddmoney. 'street. Particulars" mailed free. :Moler Baf- Also some good pulle'tfi/: : ,Mrs. Lizzie! housekeeping*. Ill W.
I ,.' .. see'rnft-.c! J-iA:>; WiUon22, % W. I \. ... -si': 21janJ6t! ,ber.ollege, New'dans, ; ....,. La... :i B: Hughes, Chipleyj-fla.I "Sldeclm FOR SALE RENT.-fTwo. lighters; 1 BRlGGSj1OjJSE..WrlJtstreetjuzwest
.-Hauling*; ,and.r:; ..transfernork. Government' street, Salisbury building: 4s: -m VIS.MA Vt\O'JuRING: 'CO: ..Uja.1w1t .:\ ." .,. J"w ,1 one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.linlberithe I of Union Depot Nice com

Office phone 363; residence roam -T... 2dea :.l i w'hoI9'lli\ 'ndietai1msnuacturersahd T19t). r ge.s.!$1.50 FOR SALE. -8put.JL :,hal! block 211. : other thirty thousand ca.:, fortabla rooms. Rates per day SOc; I
Rates ble.
phOtO*: 390. Acosta & White. 22-28' N. Infcptton/Jna'ttrefses and Ji ': 4-pp'I 4doly t qulding fronting tOO, feet-:on 13th street ,by I paeily.' reuon!' Telephoneor rooms per week $2.50 up.. 12Jan2w
p.r )
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TarTtZoa St. 25m r. MONEY LOANED on all kinds -' :, ) '''t.- 107% feet en Bay Jew Park: alsosouth Milton
/j persbnal .bed .sP1Ing'SS: con'd band .furniture Fit}>> r.dM: : Ujan Fla. Sldeclm NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suit
I r property'on ehort notice. bought and sold. Upholstering- and r1- half of ,blo/$ 212. fronting 400 ., able for light housekeeping. All '
TtD-SecoQd hand cor ., oat I Terms easy.. ..LW.Bullardupstairs: pairing! apeciatzliI; E.- Belmont'St. ,' .;- :<;:S_:. 1f feet on ,14L1 St.by.137:; feet on Bay, FOR.SALS-Beautiful block, in New modern conveniences. Apply 810 E
and cotton seed meal s' cka. Out of t I %8%; Squth Palafox;, St., Phone 1144.Snot. eityl:, C. T. Da s.lIgr. : For Ie.I View Park. Tho qn\y property adjoin-:. City. Tract No. 31%. FOr cash $600. Gadsden. Sjanlm
town shipments solicited. Write .as. -- l1Jan1m., 4 .: I ing Bay View. ParlC that is now for: Apply to A.,Mr McMillan. Court Houaa. ----
F S Mellen! & Co. 2Omar.WANTED.ThMerchinthj'iansfer. FoR, SALE OR .-RBNT-New two- sale. The, beautiful view down the. langNORMANS' NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent,'
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UNLIMITED amount oimphey: to'}loan CUT FLOWERS.-Pattersoh's: Rose- 'story J-room dwelling together with bayou;and'down the ,bay can never be Newly furnished clean and nic \
0:1all: kInds of personal property. .moun .Gardens Montgomery, has :5; lots cor. 9th ave. -and12th st.. East obstructed.. .A. V., Clubbs.' SOjlyAUTOMOBILES. PILLS.-Just received near postoffice. Apply at 1251,4 H
Co. wants your moving and bauUJ ;. Special rates.to'business men on large placed an agency in Pensacola represented lUll Half black jrom: 'Near)Ine.-Most 55.600 Compound 'Cathartic. For Government street, Mrs. B. :M. Trainen i
All: breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. lc ns. Thit New Yp.rk Loan.Co",.204*& by Miss Bertie Smith. 616 N.Barcelona. desirable residenc
sen. Prop. Phong 978. ISJuncla. South Palafox. .' Orders promptly filled for For particulars' cajuV,, at address or Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos. Saloons. ISnovlm PLEASANT place tn board on N. Hill I

KING &; IIUAL. contracting painters roses, carnations and all kinds of other }\"rife'to: Box 427i:, ;t".. :.21janlw from $500.00 up, They cost less than FOR SALE.-10 room bouse, corner 2nd door from car line on Strong

acd decorators. Fine varnishing cut flowers. Phone 651. 10dMTAILORINGrB. ipw "SALE.-Thoroughbred Scotch horses to keep np. They can be run lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x street. 'For,articulara address No. $
in' sand horse I
or anywhere a can
go.
am trlshing. Sign painting! a speo FOR ReNT : line. For Journal. 6janlr4
*ollier imported stock also one ook5. 192 on car particulars Inquire
Leslie E .B
!in. Residence phone 24?. 29aug.WANTED. L. Diamond Tailor.: ,l fcidif'ff saddle. 1102 VE..Gadsden "street "I of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan Old newspapers at five cents a bundli
: : ;::: Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and phone 285. v: 20jan2w FOR SALE- -One fine display case: this office. all
of They clean
All keepers or poultry to FOR RE T.---A: newly papered six- short notice. No. ; at are
repaired on 1H2' 21 feet long 8 feet high and 3 feet FOR SALE--Nice. clean old newspapers -
feed wheat It Is the cheapest feed room cottage; -two blocks east of L. West Government St,'., Pensacola, Fla. 'EOR..SALE.--SecOD.d -'hand' Babcock wide. Suitable for almost any kindof at five cents a bundle. This of. and nice.FURNISHED.
because it makes hens lay. F. S. & :'depot, .on car' Jin*.. Apply: J. M. Idee. buggj", rubber tires, in flrstclass business. Apply to E. L. Reese fice. ROOMS-Fine location,

Mfllen &5 .. Phone 334._ :Williams_ cc phone 907. ISjanlw. condition. For information telephoneNo. 5..Jan. Splendid view of bay.IU South
SAtLMAKER.: 51.
Alcaniz. DeC:9.W .
WANTED.-All kinds of electrical J. H. PORTER, sailmaker 716 South JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment of _
*ork. I sell all kinds o! electrical FoR RENT.-Elegant t.-o.stoW 6tor J Palafox street.: Orders'' taken 'for FOll'SALE.Most). eautiful .residence importedvQUve Oil. Retail by pint Board and Rooms.FOR ANTED.-A few' boarders in private

bitterly anj other electrical supplies. room1 in new Star LaundTY. ul1d1ng. I:tents. awnings camp stools and house block in Pensacola": overlooking the galloa largerquantity. O. Morasso If family; nicely,furnished rooms with 1
When you need me ring 345 955 Garden street. Apply Walker In. ''bay. and Bayou :Texar, Magnificent use of bath and telephone. Con venl.
()r' E. cots. Prices reasonable. Sljan.Educational & Co., Ihlp'chandlers and' grocers 701 RENT-Furnished ,rooms for
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E w Peake, new Star Laundry bull graham, Star Laundry.: 22dec.A. etc. : live" pak, magnoliaand other shade South Palafox. 4oct rent with without board. No ent to railroad H shops and on car line.
or
!iag, E Garden. :. "ISdec trees. Ideal location for home hotel West Apply 401 E. Gregory. 3Janlm'UN'FURNISHE.D
FOR SALE.-Only 4 Boar light housekeeping. Apply 310
young ,
piga
sanitarium. A. C. Binkley. *
or
\\'AXTED.-A. 1. Bingham- wautj R.' BINGHAM has storage room for sired by Duke of,Florida 68923 out Gregory. jan21-lmo: -Large front room '

your moving and hauling; He,'guaj* rent .suitable for furniture or other FOR SALE.-Second hand jadies' bicycle .. of Orphan Lee of .Baltimore. 58544. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM-One fronting to 'south and west. Good
ntees all breakage: .Phone 630! 'goods, ,104' and 108 South Tarragona MUSIC,-After the. -Holidays"I f will I $5.00. and also sewing machine -. All guaranteed with registrations ,and half block from Palafox. southern light and central location. Apply 13
; 'SL. Phone 630 30novLOST accept limited number of pupilson for'$10.0&.Apply, at 403 N. Reus.I pedegrees. Carl Sett rlind. Chlpley' 'exposure Apply 32 E. Gregory St. N. Palafox St.. or phone 65. 2Janlm
COURT 1I0US WEING. Pressing I the follpwins Instruments J" Violin l janlw'f'' Fla. 26nov. 'Jan2llw'BOARD BAY U:1TEL.-opeu night and day. .
and Cleaning Club 118 N. Palafox Celo.! Clarinet: and all brass Instruments I European plan. Rooms light and
Mr T. J. Davis Prop. Your except slide trombone. Will FOR SALE-200 acres" good farm lan.i. FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapersfor AND LODGING-New furniture clean. Transient trade eolicited. j
pat.
ronage solicited satisfaction teach at pupils residences. Music furnished 2* miles southeast of 'Chlpley. in salt Only 5c a bundle. They large clean rooms. Terms 'rea. 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicolau.
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teed Careful attention given ladies'uaran. for all occasions, band or' or Washington: county; no waste land; 30 make good wrapping paper and are sonable. Apply Mrs. Cv C. Brock, 117 Prop._ It
garments Phone 1222.:! 3declmWANTED. LOST.-Saturday' purse containing chestra. Please! leave orders at the acres ready' for "cultivation. Good Just the thing to put under matting: North Tarragona St. 18janlm. PARK HOTEL.-Opposite PUzau

money; bills and papers. Owner's Clutter Music House, or at my permanent limo rock quarry on premises. For FOR. SALE OR RENT-New. modern WANTED."few boarders at 212 W.> Rooms with or without board. Short
.-Everybody to take dinner name inside. Reward for return tQ aidress: Navy Yard. Pensa further particulars address Mrs. L. two-story, six-room house East Hill Gregoy. New house, good neigh' orders and regular meals served la
at he Southern Hotel. 9dec. Journal office. IGjan cola Fa.! P F. Ehlers. Bandmaster 'Wiselosle Marianna, Fla. 17janlm* near car$. A. C. Binkley.; 9jan borhood and on car lineV 12janlm cafe. Rooms overlook bay. Ud c. ,


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The Road to Wealth is the Dirt" RoadReal Some' Nice Houses for Rent. The Road to Wealth is the "Dirt" RoadReal F



Estate investments carefully made not only bring current Inter-;
Estate investments carefully 'made not only bring. current Interest
tj>i. but are constantly increasing in value
but are constantly increasing iff value.

Lot 100 ft. 130 ft. deep comer Gadsden, and Baylen Sts $3000.00 713 N. Baylen: str-et. 8 rooms, 2'toJ1 every modern convenient $37.50 I A two story' residence on'-North Baylen street} between Cervantes -
by on Corner Baylen and DtBoto 2 story, bath 8 rooms .. .. .. .4.$35.00 and Gadsden lot 70 by 12&ft dep... .... ..u .... u.. .$5000.00.
One-fourth block in New City. between 15th and 16th avenues Several,houses on Bay Shore and Bayou from $10.00 to $30.00, furnished 222 N. Spring 2-story t-room lieu Set largo lot, excellent neigh.

o lou on car line. .. .. .. .. .... ...." ... .... .... .... ....* 875.00 and unfyrnishsd. borhood.. .... '.. .. ... .. .V .... ..:. .... ..i. ... .... ......$2500.00

125 feet by 150 feet deep on West Strong; .,'. ,. .. .. .. ...$2500.00 311 E. Romana. 6 rooms.. .. ...... .. .. .. .... .. .. .........$16.00 5 rooms and hall Jot: 50 ft:; front on Bay, between Clubba and

and 18th avenue $750.00 324 West: Intendencia! street. ..... .. .............. .. .. ....$ 8.65 : Olivia St.. .. .... .* ." ., *....,...,... .... .... ..... .... .. .$1200.00An
One-fourth block south front corner 15th street 1017 N. 'P vis. 4 rooms ani ba'th. ... .... .... .... ..;. ..... .$10.00
An elegant site on Stoddards avenue for a home J3 1-2 ft. frontb 409 E. Zarragossa G rooms.. ..... : .... .... .... ..- .... ....$12.09 ideal suburbian home 6 rooms ,hall. windmill fruit trees, and half

...........$1500.00 508 \V. Government; street 6 rooms..... .... .... .i.. .... ....$10.03 block grpund corner 16th streel'and 18th avenue..53000.003
> .9 OO ft. deep. .. .. .. .... .. .. 503 N. 9th Avenue. 8-rooms..... .. .. .. ... .. .. ..' .. ,,..$17.50 144 ft by 192 ft deep on East Garden 'street, between Tarragonaand
Xorth half of Blocks 106 and 107 on N. Palafox St (30 lots....$2200.00 '\VAr nouSt., corner Government and' Tarragona streets possession Palafox streets.. ... *.- '.. -i ....... ._-...r.*-_-I ..-.-.. ...., .$14400.00

Half block on Bayou texar 132 U. 6 inches fropt on water..$1600.00 given betvreen 1st and 13th February... .. .... ..........it........$125.00 40 ft. front on East Intendencia near Palafox street (improved) $5000.00No.
Coyla.$1200.00< Some nice offices on Palafox street. 1019 G. St. :5-rooms and hall and outhouses: 6 lots go with

Lot 80 ft. front on Garden St.. between Donelsoa and TO THE LANDLORD: house; a bargain at.. n.. ..'"v ....".:. ... ... .... _u. ..$1000.00

1:0::: ft front on Strong Street between lOtH and 11th avenue.. $675.00 Lot 35 ft. front Zarragossa SU south of square.. .. .. .$3500.00

140 front on 13th street between J5th and 16th avenues IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH YOUFT RENT RETURNSGIVEUS Lot 84% ft,, front on Paylen- St, 66Y. ft. -deep ,between Romana

on car line.ft. south. .. .... .. .. .. ...... ,;. .. .. ,. .. .. ....$750.00 A TRIAL you WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE RESULTS. 'and Intendencia St*.. ..., ., ,.. .. ,,..,. .... .... .... .... ... ..$6500.00
Lot on South side E. Romana St. 40x170 next to Bass & Co. $4000.00MONEY
MONEY at the lowest. market rate of inUrest ou Improved or vacant, : .. at the lowest, market rate. of Interest on improved: or vacant
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4 PAGE EIUHT. ... THE PENSACOLA: JOURNAL, SUN DA Y MORNING I JANUARY 21, 1309

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/ 'If You [1bi NAVAl DOCK !1 I I II "0/ j08:, '. I McM: Ulan, Bros.. Co', KEEP IN MIND THE DATES ...- Timber lld




: whiskeyfine when life assurance premiums are due see that, they

tx CannotStay arc paid regularly bafora that time-do not .wait; till the For Sale
EN N ROUTE T T TO erof : last day. Payment of premiums promptly

r' 'ama .. _. the
for Family.
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: ::; Mean .Comfort and Happiness .
1l in taste r' MOBILE ALABAMA.MARKETS.
; 1 Equitable.
Be sure your policy is in the )
We have them. Several
FAR EAST 1 ---- -- sple&dtI!+
its Gen'l A-y's large and small turpentine location
l' Insurance, K owles Bro' SaT Mtij; aid Saw mill locations ,

When it RainsFortify delicious Fire,. Life. n Pensacolaunvrc I Some excellent bargains ia tars
and small traits of round and
to ..... ,,"""-- boxes
flavor appeals you "".J0<"3. c timber lands.

yourself against Something About the Dewey, the X Naval 'Stores., i -_._----- Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
"old joe" i is j just. right :Savannah Ga, ]ffan :20: .-Tne naval I and Hardwood lands.
4 the rain- Largest Floating Drydock Ever stores ma-ket: closed. todayas follows: ::su.. ss :'. ;:: ::s.n Splendid list of valuable proper

try it you'll' say so too; \VW.. .. .. .. ". .:. .....6 15 I ::1ENEI.A..OOx..A. '_ .._ :; and fine location for a Co'ony! or StOCk
Constructed. \\ .. .. .. .:.. ....C 10 Farm I& South East Georgia.
I Buy One of Our .. a million bottles sold annually N.---."..;.!'.. .. .. .....5 75ill I \ Iron Works and Supply. Co. jj g Some of the'choicest residents

\ I.... .. .. .. .: .. ..... .5 25 places In the beautiful little city of
A recent Issue of The Marine Jour. ; most, :- popular .. .. .. .. .. ...,.......... .5 00II. :: Manufacturers and Repairers! of, 'fj: DeFuafak Springs Fla: and In :Milton\ ,

ral contained the ?following\ interesting I .. .. .. .. .... .. ....... ..459 5 \ MACHINERY AND BOILERS x Fla.
::1 CravenetteOvercoats article on the big floating dry dock,i brand sold. I H. ..... .. .. .. .. .... .3 95 FORGIN'GS. MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 5Z Our prices and terms are reason

Dewey ', (; .. .. .. :. .. .. .. .. .375 SPECIALTY able.Cal
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REPAIRS A
STEAMSHIP
4' Pictures of the great floating steel foil measure-convenient package: F .370t0372 on or write to us
drydock now being towed on its long IE.. .. .. ... ... .... .. ..3 65 3' Prompt attention given to ail order, day or 2ighL: Agent J*
and tedious voyage to the Philippines moderate price-ioI.feverywhere I .. .. .. .. .. ...... ..3 57!.. : for James McIv"Y & Co.'s ce.ebrated l.og.and Timber. Dogs* ,_ also fj;
. afpear on this and the opposite page t .. .. .. .. .35'i2: Cbaics of 311 descrlptloaa. /
through the of the Scientific : 'g Office Phone '23. PHlt. WITTMAN Mgr r,
i 11atIanta
courtesy b & b Spirits Turpentine 65 cents. '
I'C R..sldencP'Jcne. 1029. P. Box 123. .fnkS TURNER&AYMnBDReal
They're. cheaper than doctor Amerlcan.whleh in its issue of Jan- r.
uary 6 gives a detailed description of The Timber Market. :: .::" i:: :: -::\: :"" \a ;: ;k. '

bills. $10.00 to $28.00 this dock's performance while l>mgSolomon's I The sales during -.the: past, week of: -- -, --' .---- Estate and
It (Island Chesapeake Bay timber wire I'mall. there being but I
shortly after it was deliverei' to the 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN small stocks on hand. The" demand{scope'0oooeoooea.a340FeosoeeeeNeseeoe.eeooeooe...OAUSLEY I, Abstract Company,

.Navy Department As pictured on Uodtr SUI..rhr manngenunt- exception I only I fair with small averages off' o
page 8 the dock Is ready to lift the advantages Pall Tonrs Around. fee World P. 0. Box 115 DeFaiiak
Springs
Annual Oriental Cruw P t-b. 8. programme Avarayes of thirty feet and better; 0 Fliiritl
U. S. cruiser Colorado out of water, .
N, FreeFRAN sold for 27 and 28 cents, wh'le smaller !- COMPANY
and on page 9 this vessel is seen out KC. CLARK, 96 Bway,'NewYork averages;: varied from 20 up. All i 0m I
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John While Store of water and the dock at rest The : sales uade during the week consistda ESCAHBI& OYSTER DEPOT
Marine Journal has heretofore" given 4i' ,
of railroad timber, that coming form
Specialist /tie,,'* Wear, a full description of this> great struc- ferry Pass being contract stuff. The Phone 1210.
COMMISSION BROKERS I
; '205-207 S. Palafox Street. ture.At the present writing the Dewey SHIPPINGNEWSCleared. market still remains film on averagesof i' 1 i Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Escaa
bla Oysters reasonable
as this dock is called is several! hundred ever thirty feet. it prices.

Phone 225. miles to the southeast of Cape : II ,WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA,. FLA. : C. Tabarras & Co.
Henry and out of communication with AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS .

the nearest airless telegraph station, Cotton Market

t ----- ..- .- with which the dock as well as the Liverpool Close I Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,, and Chicago.COTTONSIOCKSGRAINPROVlSIONSandBONDS. Marine
fleet that Is towing it are equipped Holuiside. ss, Perry 2464, Hamburg Jan:Feb..016 Grocery Co.
At the start, with favorable weather, Feb:Mar.....?....-.6.17
1 the dock was being towea'; about four Condon; : Br ss, Anderson', 1732 (put }{April. . knots per hour. in for bunker coal and proced to April Hay .8J8 Phone. 725.
FULL The arrangements for towing this Stige). May-June..?..625JanejBlr : ",,"
d 11 .0.I 0. great structure were fully described!I Auguste; Aust ss. Hreglich 1716 for .....624 6.27 | Bought and Solid on Margin or for Investment.t I t. ; V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE \ .
July Angnat
In Marine ; i
the Journal of October 7 Venice with bunker coal.
I .. \.20
Aniput-September
1 1905! ; All interests: now centers in Edna M. Smith Br bk..Rice. 736. for September-October ...... i THE OF GOOD THINGS TO
EXRRESSPAEPAiI the undertaking:owing to the great Que:,nstowu. with 461,000 s.ft timber, October-November .... .. Reference First National and Peoples! Binfc Phone. 1173 EAT.
length of the. voyage. Consequentlythe .... ...._ 'cehed
14,895 s ft deals. November-December .. r.... :
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/ rr arrival of., every trans-atlantio December-January ... .. NON N N060e4e0 ee01e NeeNe OeeO NNNNeNNNo "SA .. Mt Quick Lune!

steamer fitted with wireless will be Liverpool Spots, 6.28 -- -.,..-- ----.-.---- -- > kits $l.:- per
bailed with more than usual interest, PROMINENTEAGLES"ARRIVE
iit.DO
i with the hope that it mar have communicated """"' k'
i with this the most unique New York Cotton Market. 603.H. 50'' '"* 3,;
i 1r flotilla that ever left our shores. Open Rig Low Cone: U COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK. Cashier.C. 50' 1.
The weight of the Dewey is about 1161 1161 11.6911.5758 W. LAMAR. VUe-Presldent. JNO. PFEIFFEP. Asst. Cashier. $1.2
.. 11,000 tons. Its weight above the February.......... ..;:. ...-, ... Bloa.
I Dor. water its, unwieldy proportions, as March.............. It.77 11.80 11.'78: 1UHApnl THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Codfish, I. :..

well as draft make it far more difficult AND WILL INSTITUTE AN AERIEIN German Sau.:..
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May..11.9J i 1192 11.83 II 87 88 .
I to tow in a heavy seaway than -, Pigs Feat In ..
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DELIVERED fOR PENSACOLA TODAY WITHA ..\.;x OF PENSACO 4.
an ordinary craft. In fact it is a July.. -; 1198 1189 11.g3-Q4 : Manewal and Lam
question if a raft cannot be guided LARGE MEMBERSHIP.Three August............. DESIGNATED DEPOSITO "* STATES. National -Biscuit Co's t.

I22P with less Difficulty. The towing fleet September............. ..... .... ..... Capital $200 per pound.
.. selected is composed of three United October................ ..... ..... ..... Stock. We handle the celebrated bit
'- States colliers and one powerful tug. November......, ..... ..... 'D E' "'acted by the Gulf City Co.
The largest of these is the Glacier a more prominent members of December......,.::.,.,*"' ..... Henry I* Covlngton. '-4" Manager
BLUM &C: U ship of 7,000 tons displacement ana the order of Eagles reached the city New.Vork Spots, It 25"' .' J. &!. Pfeiffer. -'-"lard 23cBrosnaham ;)

having engines of 5,000 horsepower.The last night. They ,are Past Worthy New Orleans spots, IIs{. Bryan Dunwofiy' ,
517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST..
Glacier will be assisted by the I
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Preswent JV. White of the Jacksonville : ,
FrankZeilly, .Mb .
Grain MarkeL "
Chicago :
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Caesar, of 5016 tons displacement, h. : ;'t ru.
ha\iifg engines of 1,500 horsepowerand Aerie ;Worthy Secretary Wheat. W. S. Rosasco, ':.r C. A.' O"w,.-.
the Brutus of 6,000 t'ons' and 1:50:: Philip Frank and Worthy Physician Open High Low. Close ,T,' F. McOourin Dr. W. J. Hacnaa. .
horse-power. Consequently the entire James Hardy Pittman all conected May.._..8TT.. -v 88'57 ; >87T8 F. E. Brawner. McKenzie Oertlag" .
Nick's Buffet and I towing power will aggregate nearly July._84 94j 843 i 844Corn. C. W. Lamar. Alex McGowin, -
with the Jacksonville Aerie. ____ Sanaders.AccpunU .
II 8,000 horsepower The smaller f J.. TL C. M. 'Iovln ton.
I The gentlemen arrived on the late '
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craft will be used not only for direct : _
train from the east and were met by of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Sollctetf. Dotson
Restaurant .i towing, but for steadying the dock in Open High Low CloseMay & tlu.
State Deputy Grand President H. E. Four cent. 'Interest paid Time
} tough weather. lu case of a storm .tt!. '45'"< *ai *>!H per on Deposits. -
I McLean and a number of members of
._. Boilar Makers, Machinistsand
the suggestion has been made that it July 4a 8 45 B 'fie 45 J
13 the only place of its the order who reside In this city. Founders.
1 can be sunk to its maximum depth,
l Mnd in Pensacola in fact This afternoon at 2 o'clock a public
Cured Lumbago. and Mill
I thus exposing but a small portion of Steamship Supplies.
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it is I its side walls to the sea. The! ( meeting of the order will be held in A. B. Canman,'Chicago, writes :Mar. Offi- Phone)f. Coyle Strwt W hu'
the hall of the Catholic Knights of Residence Phone 933 Pt"noL'l b.o<.lorl tAll *
: i netrs, h *e\er, are of the America when the objects of the rder 4, 1983' : "Having beea troubled with WXI. II KNO\VT:ES, President. W. K. HYER. JR, V.-Pres. and Cashta' Work has Our Personal Attention.
A Pride to -. that its construction is on&I'1 will be explained. Afterwards'the local Lumbago, at different times and; tried TIIOS/W. BRENT. Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashi r.
heavy to withstand aery lodge will be InstItut '. one physician after another, then different -
strain oin'ments and liniments, gaveit
: Pensacola. The route selected is by way of the up altogether. So I tried once
," Suez Canal. While this: is sorae.vhat I more and got a bottle of Ballard's NOTICEThe

Larger cities cannot I. shorter than around the Cape of Good ALWAYS ASK FOR"HOSTETTERS" Snow Linimentwhich gave me 'almost
boast of a better ('equipped: Hope, it is calculated that the dock j instant relief. I can cheerfully First t National Bank Woolley Sanatorium the onh ''s
place. The service Is the' will cover nearly 11,0(0 miles befor recommend it. and will add my name stitute in the United States where b,
,; best that can be had. I', eaching, its oestination. By the to your list of sufferers Sold by all Opium, Cocaine and Wiskey hall a
dinary sailing route the distance or'l druggists. can be cured without exposure, and
11.650 miles going bv war of and you get the safest and moat reliable of Pensacola Fla with so much ease fer the patIent .n i
Nick Apostle, Propt'rSafes Straits of Gibraltar the Mediterranean remedy ever compounded for "SPECIAL INVITATION 30 days' time requIred. Descn,*'

I Sea, the Canal Indian Ocean, the ailmentjS of the Stomach Liver The public is invited to attend a jour case and I will! write you di.!
I the Straits of Malacca and the China' and Bowels, and the one that'is back- preliminary meeting of the Fraternal' opinion as to what I can accomp'i. i

t i i( Sea, although it may be necessary to'. ed by a phenomenal record of cures. Order cf Eagles to listen to an address DIRECTORS F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount W m. H. Knowles, for )'ou. Ask jour family phjsima
Safes! Safes!! i I take the dock to the south of Sumatra
; upon the principles of the order by J. to investigate Dr. B. M \V'ool'ey1"'
I I Island and not through the Straits. "OSTETTER'SSTOMACU W. Whit, editor of the 'Fraternal Record W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent. N. Pryor Street. Atlanta. Ga.

1. Buy Diebold Safes! The question of towing through the of Jacksonville Fla, when those
; Suez Canal is no small problem, for desirous %.f becoming members can
! the minimum width which will accom- BITTERSmakes '
Scarritt Moreno make application as charter members.
module the structure is 200 feet, the
width of the dock itself being 134 the entire system strong! and, Preliminary meeting called to order at I Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold
2 sharp at C. K. of A. Hall.
p m.
eRobbery n. feet. Therefore but 66 feet leeway is healthy and thcs cures Indigestion I -', t
i allowed to work it through the narrowest Dyspepsia Costiveness. Heartburn, Female !
I -- -- port of the canal The Navy!' Ills, Colds and Grippe. Try it.1TEDS CREW NOTICE. We draw our own Bills of ExI| Vessels disbursed upon; the most
,.. >ii--' 'Department calculates s that it' will ) Notice is hereby given change on Great Britain Ireland I Favorable Terms, and. their: obli-
take about four months to complete I & that neither the owners, Germany, France; Austria, Italy,
theo>'age if all goes well, which captain 'nor agents of the Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russia.Norway sations taken payaple at Port of
and everybody hop, s will be the case. British ,steamship Venus Sweden, Denmark, and I Destination Ten Days After Ves
I will be responsible for bills ottjer European countries. sel Arrives there.

.. A Card. i contracted by the.crew of said i'esse!. ,
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Exorbitant Prices This Is to certify that all druggists I i iare r 1 F. O. EDMUNDS

..I < authorized to refund your moneys N Master. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
fails ARTHUR H. BROWN & CO.,
and Tar
if Foley's Honey cure I "
. Are Cousins.There's jour cough or cold. It stops the) Agents. have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
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cough heals the lungs and prevents i WHICHSUCCEED DR. J. H. MOCK

serious ft'sclts..trom a cold Cures la''
grippe cough and prevents pneumoniaand $25 REWARD Savings Department-Interest Paid on Deposits at
DENTAL 'SURGEON.
a right and legitimate consumption. Contains no opi-

i price for,erythlns;. ates. The genuine is in a yellow rate of 4 per cent per annum. Crown and Bridge Work a Spe- ,ally.

package. Refuse! substitutes.V. A.; .
Painless Extracting of Tcoth2S
J Our price are right. D'Alembort. druggist, and apothecary. ,
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.. / S. Palafox St.
, When you buy here you 7 and 9 Old Armory Building
I I, HILTON GREED.YaSSWexr T, 1''I: hLLl. VlCK-PatslDaxt.:
) pay cash and thus save $25 REWARD .1 When You Buy) .jy &. M.bcsssau..eacalcr: :JANSlIILIJ!: MOltEAiO Asir.Casar&A Phone 1077.

- K. money, because our .w1G5A' .i.w. '
Citizens National Sank ---
, 1 Get the Best.
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prices for cash are 15 to $2500 reward for information fading ,
i to arrest of party who stole soma It's the Cheapest lathe. End. of Pennro.Flertda.!
; tt'_ 20 and :25!; per cent. lower trees from Inclosure: of S. E.I, JDireo toxva.
peach >S i .W W Morris ..
G o rtrtt duro T. 1: Wjll
: than 'roolt houses. Our Corner of 16th St. and 18th avenue Kiz M. Rofclnsoa. L TTUtftA Gr* a. Every Day a
, of customers I known as the.I R'charJ! ,Avery place. A -Er'ERM.! 'b\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. .
; thousands : A, A. FISHER! ,I .

.f Know it. Others in jus 19jan3t. N iandretlTsNew .. .
.Y -- ------ -- Working DayTKere'i

i. tlce to their purses should i: Sir Knights: Attention! : s .t o.N.... .........NOS.eoeeoe NOoN+O.NNeeOk.0
Know it. Our $10.00 and. I Regular Conclave of Cour DeUon i J. 8. REESE. President E. W. MENEFEE. Ca: hler. 9al
Commanding ,No.1. Knights Templar, J CAR. Vice-Presldent. *

, I' -so$ltOO: will Suits our will Cra\estte prove it !i 7-30 Work p.in the!u., Order l\ondat--.January of ihe'Temple.22nd.Full '' Crop WARRANT for the arrest of this wo- | THE PEOPlE' BANK OF PENSACOIA I where Sucren

; uniform. Also election: : of officrs : 4 i Hone Feed win.-in con
Coats at $1250:: and $1350 i man.Wire Dircctora-L. J. R-cves J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler R. M. Gary
, Sir Knights are courteously -al
Sojourning -
, sheriff at DeFimiak Springs W. A. D'Alembrtc T. A. Jennings. 4 tinued production. Not
.; Regent Shoes $3.50, Stetson invited j Just Received. Florida $ 5.\0 reward for the child TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS $ weeks.
I HARRY W. GIBBS, E. C. Fisher for a few day or
YOUR
Monroe Douglas This woman ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY EOLJCITED I
i Derbies at $3.50. w. HENRY JfEEDHAM, Rec. j Florence Wood, kidnapped him from ...............................OO..O... lut for every ky ot die

r Ii Freeport. Fla. on the night of September thus feed will maintain
-SPECIAL INVITATION"The 6th. 1905. The child Is 6 years old. year
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public'IS Invited to attend a fair skin light hair, has upper fore a horse is cplendid working -

. :a1 t I Order preliminary of Eagles meeting to listen of, the to an Fraternal address'J i I W. A. D'Alemberte teeth rotted off;, very plump weight R .Cary. C.A.FI.: Jaa etatasY, capacity and rigor
Y' CO.
1[ H..O. ANSON i4 I'I'i about 50 pounds;. very bright child. ra., db ae.rwhole.ale .
i upon the principles' the order by | Expenses paid both ways deliveringchild And ReUU Dealersa.Steam
W. Whit, editor! of the Fraternal Record '. Druggist and Apothecary to DeFnniak Springs.. Fla, in addition .

l +J'' CASH CLOTHIER, of Jackson v111e. Fla, when thosedesirous to the $25 reward. Domestic Anthracite C'O A L SOLD IN THIS CITY BY
of becoming members can Telephone 109. and Blacksmith
,' H. A DOUGLAS F. S. MELLEN & CO,
t' (\ Corner Palafox and Main. make: application as charter members.. 121 South Palafu Street Father.of the chili Office-No. 43 South: Palafox street. Telephone 93.
/ Preliminary meeting.called to order at Pensacola, Fla.
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DeFunlak Springs Fla '
Yard Tarragona and Gonzalez 6 and
corner streets Phones 372
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and ,of the little' Incident to which he and reopen jojr account first thing to they were in the habit of playing
IDES ue"".. irutu DIm now. uecause I was natel>. t.uni-y.: 1 ia as bard up at this prac- lag bis head after shutting the window -
THE had just referred. morrow. And I rather think I know tical Jokes upon each other
ruined and he rich enough to play moment as you are yourself. with the same: care.
cricket all the summer and do nothingfor It was my turn to stare at Raffles EverybodY. knows how largely the where the wind can be raised." We 'groped our way BO slowly upstairs "That was our one chance," said he.

OF MARCH' the rest of the year I bad fatuously "You?" I vociferated. "You hard ,up? tone of a public school depends,that "At 2"'dock, in the morning that I had time to make more "a back window above a back window -

counted on his mercy his sympathy : : How am,I to sit here and believe that?" of':the-eleven andon the character "Yes. than one note before we reached .the but it's too dark to see anything
refuse believe of of cricket In particular, "But how-but where-at such an top. The stair was uncarpeted. The
"Did I to It your'he the captain and we daren't show an outside light
No. 1 of the Series his help. Yes, I bad relied on him returned "Andwith have heard It denied that hour?" spread fingers of my right hand en-
in smiling. your and I never Come down after me to the basement _
heart. for all outward dimdence
my my Raffles' time our tone "From a friend of mine. here In Bond countered nothing on the damp walL
I and and I own experience you' think that because In A. J. was and remember. though there's not &
humility, was rightly '
(CLght. 1899. by Chalk :Scriboei's Sam.) sened.: There little a fellow has rooms in this place good or that such influence as'he troubled street. Those of my left trailed,, through ,a soul on the premises you can't make

was about baIt'! past 12 of was as of mercyas I, and belongs to a club or two 'and playsa to exert was ,on ,the side of 'the "He must be a very Intimate friend."! dust that could be felt ,on the banis too little noise. Tbere-there< -listen to( '

when I returned to the sympathy in that,curling nostril little cricket he must necessarily' angels. Yet It.,was ,whispered' to'thePowd "Intimate's not the word. I have ters. An eerie sensation had been upon that!" -'

i I .Vlbany as a last desperate that which rigid Jaw. that cold blue eye .. ---. the run of his place and a latchkeyall me since we entered tbe,housel It It was the measured tread that we 'io "
% never glanced my way. I caughtup "
IT resort The scene of to myself., Increased with every step we climbro.What had heard before on the flagstones out .
my hat I blundered to my feet ,. "You would knock him at this hermit were we going to startle '
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my disaster was much as I would have without .. I; up side. Raffles darkened his :lantern.: and: ,
gone .a word ,
\ I had! left It. The baccarat but Raffles stood between me and tbe ,1 ,' 0j hour of the night" in his' cell? : again: we- stood motionless till it had: ,
counters still strew- door. "If he's In bed. We came to a !landing: The banisters passed.
"And it's essential that I should go led us to the left and to the left "
the
with glasses Either he muttered
(t!- table, empty "\Vhere i a policeman. ,
to are you going? said he."That's : "
\ loided: ash trays. A window '. In with you? again. Four steps more and we wereon "or a watchman that all these jewelers- '
180Ie business I
wen oi ened to let the smoke out won't trouble my any'more.replied." "I "Absoiutel""Then another and a longer .landing,. and run between them. The watchman's
tsd you : I must but I'm bound to say Idon't suddenly a match blazed from the I
in the fog instead. the man for us to watch. He's simply .
letting
na<* ;
and "Then how am I to help your ,
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like the Idea Raffles. black. I never beard It stvick' Its "
discarded
had merely paid to this kind of thing.
E'ffic himself : spot
"I didn't ask
of his inlumcrabie .your help : j Do you prefer the alternative?" asked flash was blinding. When'm,. eyes We down the -
t">. <1:mu? jacket for one "Then: why come to me?" crept very gingerly ,
; companion, with a sneer. "No. became accpstomed to the light there
blazers, yet Le arched his Indeed .i' ,my stairs which creaked a bit in spite oC
"Why. T. echoed. "Will "
tn-brows ft" though I had dragged him let ?" you I hang It that's unfairr! he cried.apologetically jvas 'holding up the match with us, and we picked up our shoes in the

bs: bM."rorottpll. me pass 111.fJ in the sami\. breath. "1 quite one hand and shading it. with the other. pasSage; then down some narrow stone ',
ttm "Not until you tell me where you are understand. It's a beastly ordeal. Bpt between bare boards walls
something" said; he ; stripped steps at :the ,foot of which Raffles
on his mat. going and whatyon"mean to do." s, ,' |*it ,would never do for you to ", stay out. and the open doors of em< ty-rooms. showed his l light; ,and put on his shoes : '
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Then be' saw me him xrlthca "Can't you guess? I cried. And for side. I tell you what, you shall have "Where have you brought .me?" I once more, bidding me do the same Ia ,
said I pushing past
,i>:rl'nony.Illl, I led the way into many l'eeondse stood. staring in eachother's d : '1H a peg before we'startjust one. cried. "The house is unoccupied!" a rather louder tone than he had per'rnitted >

; 'I eyes. There's the whisky here's a siphon "Hush! Walt!" he whispered, and he himself to employ overhead if .
amazing
!t I:' room with an Impudence' "IIa\e you got the pluck'said he ;):'.ii//:' 0 and I'll be putting on an overcoat led the way Into one of the empty I I We were now considerably below the

1\Olurdf.i, breaking the spell In a tone so cynical .' while you help yourself." rooms. Ills match went out as'we I r level of the street in a small space'4

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ti: .' :.<>u': Because I'm afraid I can'tg. to the boil. ,; freedom for this plan of his was not another without the slightest .1! Three were ajar and we /aw through

."., n you single handeil I was sorry "You shall sect" said I, as I: stepped 7e / the less distasteful to me from its apparent Then he stood with bis back to me,. them Into empty cellars but in the ,

m>\ j>it that the others"v back and whipped ,the pistol'trom my inevitability. I must own. however fumbling with something that I could I I I fourth 9 key was turned and a bolt '

v' face to face by his fireside, overcoat pocket ">ow, will you let that It possessed' fewer terrors not see. But when he threw the second drawn, and this 'one presently let us

t1.:. j i rut him short me pass or shall I do it here?" before my glass 'was'empty.. Meanwhile match away there was some other out into the bottom of a deep, square : ,,

Uifflfs.: said I. "you may well be The barrel touched my temple and Raffles rejoined me, with a COT- light in its stead and 9 slight smell of well cf fog. A similar door faced it te .

F'r: rised at my coming; back in this my thumb the' trigger. Mad with excitement -I ert coat over his blazer and a soft felt oil. I stepped forward to look over his across this area and Raffles had the ,

"I n :aid at this haur: I hardly know as I was, ruined dishonored hat set carelessly on the curly head be shoulder but before f ,could do so he lantern close against It and was hid. '

"" I Iya never in your rooms before and now finally determined to make an shook with a smile as I passed him the had turned and flashed a tiny lantern Ing the light with bis body when a.
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I.', ,;:itt But I fagged for you at end of my misspent life, my only surprise decanter. In my fa<'e. short and sudden crash made my ,

piKioi awl you said you remembered to this day is that I,did not do so "When we come back" said be."Work "What's this?" I gasped. "What rotten heart stand still. Next moment I saw _ _
Iii". .of i-ourse that's no excuse But then and there. The despicable satisfaction by Kjrle Bellow ,3 first, play afterward. Do you trick are you going to play?' tbe door wide open and Raffles stand '________

\i,;i you listen to me for two miuiti of involving another In one's MY. PART WAS' SIMPLY TO STAND BY' WITH. THE- DARK'LANTERN. see what day it is?" he added tearing "It's played" he answered with his ing within! and beckoning me with & _

., : destruction added its miserable appeal t I a leaflet from a Shakespearean calendar quiet laugh. Jimmy. '

h), Ill\ emotion I bid at first to to my baser egoism, and had fear or I have a balance at the' bank? I tel school that he was inthe'habit, of parading -' as I drained' my glass. "March ( "On me?" : "Door No 1," he whispered. "Deuce

Mrugs; for every word, but his face horror flown to my companion's face you my dear: man. that at this moment I the town at night In ]loud checks I 1:). 'The ides of March, the ides of i "I'm afraid so, Bunny" knows how many more there'll be, but _ ,

rea-s jred me as I went on. and I was I shudder to think I might have died I'm as hard up as you ever were I I and a false beard. It was whispered March, remember.' Eh Bunny my i "Is there no one in the house then?" I know of two at least We won't '

Cut! mistaken in its expression. diabolically happy with that look for have nothing but my wits to live on- !I and disbelieved. I alone'knew' It for a i it boy? You won't forget them will you?" "No one but ourselves" have to make much noise over then ,

"( ertamlv: EJV dear man." said he; my last impious consolation. It was absolutely nothing else. It was as t fact for. night after. iiisht had I pulled I And with .a laugh. Le threw some "So It was mere chaff about your either. Dp \'n here there's less' risk" '1

'a8 many minutes as you like. HaieaSuUivan the look that came instead which held' necessary:: for me to win some money !the,rope up after him when the ret ot coals on the fire before turning down friend in Bond street who could let us i We were now nt the bottom of the I

: and sit dawn." And he hand. my hand. either fear nor horror was this,evening as it was for you. '"'e're1n1h the dormitory were asleep :and kept the gas like'a careful householder. } So have thatjnoney" ''. exaet fellow to the narrow stone stair, "

w..dr Ills, silver cigarette: case. in It, only wonder, "admiration' 'and"j same'Uoal:, Bunny.' We'd better awake: by the hour to let it down again we went out together as the clock on "Not altogether. It's quite true that which we'filT': >>descended, the yard, j jor

N<.: s-iiU: I, finding a full voice as such a measure of pleased expectancy pull together" on.a given signal.. Well one night he the chimney piece was striking 2. Danby is a friend of mine." well, being the one part common to ,

11oo"\ iu> head; "110, I won't smoke as caused me after, all to pocket my Together!" I jumped at It "I'll was overbold and within an ace of Ig- S I S S S "I>llnby1" both the private and the business '

aui I Iou I sit down, thank you. Nor I revolver with an oath. Ho( anything in this world for you Raffles Domimous 'expulsion In the heyday: obis Piccadilly was a trench of raw white "The jeweler underneath." premises. But this flight led to no "

will >ou ist me to do either when I "You devil" I said, "I believe, you ," I said, "it you really mean that fame. Consummate daring and extraordinary ton. rimmed with blurred' street lamp. "What do you mean?" I whispered, open passage: Instead: a singularly .

rue re tit'jra what I have to say." wanted me to do it!" I you won't give me away. Think of nenon his, part. aided and lined with a thin coating of trembling like a leaf as his meaning solid mahogany door confronted us at '

"Keulh :., xanl he, lighting his own "Not quite.. was the reply made anything you,like' and I'll do it! .1 doubtless by sonic little presence of'' hesive mud. We met, no other dawned upon me. "Are we to get the the top. i

oiRarefte with! one clear blue eye upon II with a little start and a change/ of color I I was a desperate man when I came ; mind on min, averted that untoward farers on the deserted flagstones ad-I money from the Jeweler?" "I thought PO." muttered Raffles '
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BI: "I Km tin you know?" that came too late. "To tell you the here, and I'm Just as desr>erate now.I result and no more"" need be said of a I were ourselves favored with a : ""Well not exactly." handing me the lantern and pocketing _______

'Ceeaus4you'll probably show me truth though*. I half thought you don't mind what I do if only I, can discreditable incident. But I cannot :: bard stare from the constable of the "What then?" a bunch of skeleton keys after tamperIng '

I tie door" I riPd bitterly 'and you'll I mennt it, and I was \evermore fascinated -I I get out of this without a scandal." pretend to have forgotten it in throwing I beat, who, however. touched his helmeton "The equivalent-from his hop." for a few minutes with the lock. .

oe lustinod In doing it! But It's no In my life. I never dreamed you Again I see him leaning back in myself on this man's mercy In my desperation I recognizing my c9npanion."You' { There was no need for another ques "It'll]} be an hour's work to get through, I

I tn (bating about the bush. You know hnd snoh- stnff In rou.- Bunnv. No. I'm II I one_of the luxurious chairs with which And I was wondering how j see. I'm known to the police." tion. I understood everything but my that""Can't ;

I1 dropped over {JOO Just now?" I hanged I'l let you go now. -And you'd his room was furnished. I see his in-: much of his leniencywas'owlng: to the i) laughed Raffles as we passed on. "Poor own density. He had given me a dozen you pick It?"

lie iiod
"I hadn't the money In my pocket" won't catch me stand and look on "a clean shaven features; his curly black either when he stopped and stood'overmy er eye open on a night like this. weath-I there I stood staring at him in that use trying. We must cut it out and '
hair his stroll unscrupulous mouth. be bore to and me, and there he stood with
"I remember:' second time. We must think of someway ; I chair once more. may a you empty room, It'll take us an hour" '
And again I feel the clear beam of his but it's godsend to the his dark lantern laughing at me.
o'Idea a perfect ,
But I bad my check book and 1 out of the mess. I bad I Tve been thinking of that night we It took us torty-sevt'n minutes by ,
There wonderful eye cold and luminous'as a had the narrow squeak," he began. nal classes, especially'so late in their "A burglar!" I gasped. "You-youT!.
sort
of that
,
rote each of you a check at that you were a chap my watch, or, rather, it took Raffles, j
desk let me have the gui"One star shining into my brain sifting the "Why do you start?" season. Here we are, though and I'm "I told you I lived by my wits," ,and never In my life have I seen anything i -

"'"elP" of his bands fell kindly on my Tery secrets of my heart"I .. "I was thinking of.it too." banged if the beggar'lsn't In bed and "Why couldn't you tell me what you more deliberately done. My part '

Not shoulder, while the other slipped Into wonder If you mean all that," he He smiled as though he had read my asleep after all! were going to do? Why couldn't yon was simply to stand by with th4 dart' '
oue of them was worth the paper and I suffered him said at length. "You do in your present thoughts. We had turned into Bond street and trust me? Why must jou lie?" I demanded -
my overcoat pocket, lantern in one band and a small bottle
it was written on. Raffles. I am mood but who can back' his moodto the right sort of had halted on' the curb a few yards piqued to the quick tOt'nil
without \VeIl were ,
you i
twdrawn to deprive me of my weapon a of rock oil In the (other. Raffles 's4'
bank.
already at my this because last? Still there's hope when a little beggar then. Bunny. You didn't down on the right Raffles was gazIng -I my horror."I ,
murmur. Nor was simply! had produced a. pretty embroidered J ,
"Surely ouly for the momenU""Xo takes that tone. Now I think of at some windows across the wanted to tell said be. "I
chap and didn't flinch You Disked up you
I
talk
I have llafllea had the subtle power of making 'you case, intended obviously for his razors,
: : spent everything. were a plucky little devilat road windows barely discernible I the of telling more:
it too tales was on point you
you and t lno ,
no questions
"But himself l Irresistible at will. He was you ,, but filled instead with the tools of hIs
somebody told me you were so masterfulman school. 'You once did me rather a I wO'nder.l! 're,like that now." I through the,mist and without the glim than once. You may remember how 1
you
beyond comparison: the most secret trade including the rock: oil.
Tel tjfiuei oi: ,' I heard you had come in for whom I have ever known,,yet inyacquiescence good turn, r recollect Remember it "1 don't know.," said .I; slightly puz- mer of a light to throw them out. They I sounded yon about crime. thonzb From this case he selected a bit ,

was due to more than Bunny? Well. walt'a bit and perhapsI'll zled by his tone. "1'\(: made such a were over a jew ler'' shop, as I could you have probably forgotten what you capable of drilling a bole an 'Inch In
"S; I did-three years ago It has be able to do you a better one of own affairs that I trust I see by the peephole in the shop door said yourself. I didn't think you meantit
the mere subjection of the weaker nature mess my diameter and Cited it to a small butTery j
k u
| t*> (pennyes>, I've been a fool. which had brought me to tbe Albanywas He got up. l lit a fresh cigarette and be trusted by anybody else, yet I never But the entire "upper" part" with the you to the test. Now I see you didn't: off his covert coat and his blazer, _' '
onere never was nor will be such a fell to pacing the room once more. but In life went back on a friend. I private street door next the shop, was I and I don't blame you.. I only am to the
almoststaggering my
turned as by magic into an spread them neatly on top step
f1l1 as I"'e l een. Isn't this enough; ,', i with a slower and more thoughtful will that; otherwise perhaps I black and blank,as the sky itself. blame. Get out of It, my dear boy, as
sense ,of safety Raffles say knelt on them turned up his shirt'
.ouVhy! don turn me and for a much longer period than "Better give it for tonight I Leave Jt to me.
you would help me after all. A. J. Raffles step mightn't be in such a hole tonight" up quick as you can., cuffs and went to work with brace and .
8at He was walking up and down before. Twice he stopped at my chair "Exactly" said RaSes, nodding to urged. "Surely the morning will be You won't give me away :whateverelse .
*. would be my friend. It was as though bit near the keyhole. But first be oiled' $
a a very long face Instead. though on the point of speaking. but time enough." do"
all the world had come round suddenly as himself as though in assent to some you the" bit to minimize the noise and this
oulllo't your people do anything each time he checked himself and resumed hidden train of thougbt-"exactly "Not a bit of it." said Raffles "I Oh, his cleverness. his fiendish !
side. So far therefore from h.e did Invariably before beginning afresh
be 4S f'd at length to my his stride in silence. Once he what I remember of you. and I'll bet hive his key. We'll surprise him. cleverness! Had be fallen back on .
resisting his action. I caught and clasped hole and often in the middle of ip
flunk, Cod," I cried "I have no his hand with" fervor as uncontrollable threw up the window which he bad It's as true now as it was ten years Come along" threats coercion, sneers all might have /:one. It took thirty-two separate borings ;
+'Tle I shut some time since, and stood for seizing right hurried been different even yet But be set .
JF was an only child. I came as the frenzy which had preceded ago. We don't alter Bunny; we only And. my arm to cut round that lock. ,
I for everything there was. My one some moments leaning: out into the fog develop. T suppose neither of us I me across the road, opened the door me free to leave him In the Jurcb. He I noticed that through the first circular ,
that it."God which filled the Albany courtyard.. used I with his and in another would not blame me. lIe did not even
jromfort is they're gone and willII'TI'I cried. I is really altered since you to letdown latchkey moment orifice Raffles thrust a forefinger; r
bless you:I" I "Forgiveme Meanwhile a clock on the chimneypiece It but lIe trusted \be.I .
know: that rope and I used to come up I ,had shut swiftly softly bind me to secrecy. then as the circle became an ever : ,:
the
tell
I will I
I ?a!'t myself into a chair and hid my for everything. you I struck 1. and one again for the" it'hand over hand.: You would stick at behind us. We stood together in the j I He knew my weakness ana my. lengthening oval be got his hand
tl'fo truth. I did think you might help me half hour, without a word between' ns. measured I and was playing on'both with
( liaffles continued to pace the knew nothing for a pal-what? dark. Outside a step 'was I strength through: up to the thumb and I beard
rit'b carpet that was of a piece with in my extremity. though I well Still. I Yet I not only kept my chair with "At nothing In this world. I was approaching. We bad beard It throughthe j his master's touch. him swear softly to hinise'f.!

| \ervtliinx else In his rooms. There. I' that I had'no claim upon yon.sake of I patience but I acquired an incongruous pleased to cry. fog as-we,crossed the street Now | "Not so fast said I.toD.td. I' put "I was afraid so!! ,

*n no variatton in his soft and even I'i for the, old school's sake-the equanimity in that: half hour. Insensibly "Not even at a crime?" said Raffles, as it drew' nearer my 'companIon's | this into your head or were'you; goingto "Wnatisitr .-
I I old times-I thought you might give me I I I had: shifted: burden to 1 do it case?" > $
footfalls: wouldn't I my smiling.I fingers tightened on my arm. in any "An iron gate on the other alder! _
"rou I another chance. It you the broad shoulders of this splendid stopped to think. for his tone bad "It mar be the chap himself he Not in any case: said Raffles.. "It's earth to through
used to be a literary little and will ; "How on are we get
| 'ss, he !ald at length. "Didn't you meant: to blow out my brains 'I friend and my' thoughts wandered; changed, and I felt, sure he was chaffing whispered. "n 's.tbe devil of a night true I've had the kpy fc>r days, but that?" I asked In dismay. -

e.l.t the mag before you left? Any- I still If you change your mind I with my eyes as the minutes passed ; me, yet his eye seemed as much in bird. Not a sound. BnnnyJ We'll star when I won tonight ,1 thought of "Pick tbe lock. But there may' be .

|va* I recollect tagging you to do my In truth I feared: that It, was even changing as I-,1 Tbe room 'was the good sized square I earnest as ever and for my part I was tle the life out of him. Ah!" chucking ,It for, as a fatter{; of fact", : two. In that case they'll be top and '

rerses and literature of all sorts is with his expression tone I I one with the fodlng: doors, the marble! I In'no mood: for rcsen'ations. The measured step had passed without it's not a one man Job," I bottom. and we shall! have two fresh '

very thing nowadays. Any fool t spoke, and in spite of his 'school kindly nickname mantelpiece and the gloomy old fashioned }I, "No, not even at that I declared. a pause. Raffles drew a de"p "That settles It. I'ln yonr man.", holes to make, as the door opens la- _

'"> make a living at It." 1 and kindlier use of mj; old distinction peculiar to the Al- "Name your crime, and I'm your man." I breath and ,his singular grip of me "You mean It r .. ward. It won't open two Inches as It '
I His next words showed me my It furnished moment In f slowly relaxed. "les-for tonight," .
*bonk my head "Any fool couldn't t bany. was charmingly lIe looked at me one Is."
Me;, off my debts" said I, mistake. I and arranged with the right amount wonder and another moment in doubt "Be still; not a sound" he continued "Good old Bunnyj"; he. murmured ,1 confess I did not feel sanguine

Then vou have a flat somewhere?" %1st a boy it Is for-Jumping. to conclusions I, of taste What struck me most bowl then turned the matter off with a shake In the same whisper. "We'll take a holding the lantern, f?<
t e went on I have my vices Bunny. but ever, was the absence of tbe"nsual.ln- of hIs head and the little cynical laugh rise out of him wherever he is. Slip off my face. The nex t he,was explaining lock had baffled us already, and ray

'res. in Mount backing and filling Is not one of them. l signia of a cricketer's den. Instead: of that was all his own. your shoes and follow me.** his plans and I wa 9 nodding as though disappointment and Impatience must
"' street"IL down good fellow, and have a A real wonder at doing w e bad been fellow cracksmen all our ,
> what about the furniture?" Sit my conventional rack of war 'worn "You're a nice chap Bunny Well you may my i have been a revelation to me had I
1 laughed cigarette: to soothe your. nervesI insist "I bats a caned bocdcnse, with every desperate character-what? Suicide so, but you can never have, met A. J. days."I stopped to think. The truth la that I
Thpre.s aloud in my misery. : Whisky The worst, thing for shelf In a litter, filled the better. part one'moment and any crime I like the Raffles. Half his' power lay' In a conciliating know the :shop" be whispered entering Into our nefarious undertaking -
been
:1 k k for a bill of tale on every I I you. Here's 'some cofffe that I was I of one wall. and where I looked for next. What you want Is a drag. my trick of sinking the commander "because I've gbt a few' things there.I was with an Involutary zealot 'il" "

at Iuonthsr'.5n4 I brewing when you came In. Nowliten t| cricketing, groups I found reproduCe boy. and,you did well to come to a decent Ia the leader. And It was Impossible know this Upper part'too. It's been 1! "which I was myself quite unconscious
tint Raffles stood still witheyebrns You speak of 'another and with follow one who led to let for a mc.nth. and I got an orderto
:lM: I to me. tions of such works as "Lo\e : law abiding citizen a reputation not to At the time. The romance and the perilof
and stern eyes' that chance.' What do you mean? .Another Death" and "The Blessed Damozel" In to lose. None the less we must with such a zest, You might question new and tCx>k a cast of the key be- whole proceeding held me spellbound .
mUll
l the
sew Ue mm the better now that he I chance at baccarat? Not If I know dusty frames and different parallels have t.h3t'mone,. tonight by hook or but you followed first So now. when fore using IU( The one thing' I don't and entranced. My moral sense

," worst Then, with :a shrug. itou think the luck must turn. The man might have been a minor crook. I beard him kick off his own shoes I know is how/to make a connection between and sense of fear were stricken bya

.!.n1tl'S WUPIOU MS walk< anti for some Suppose It dld 't., We should: only j poet instead of an athlete of the first "Tonight Raffles?" did the same and was on the stairs at the 'two. At 'present 'tb re"s common my paralysis. And there 'I ,

J neither of u<\ spoke But In have made bad worse. No,, my dear 1 water. But there had always been,,a: "The sooner the better. Every hour his heels before I realized what an extraordinary none. We n ay make it up here,:though stood shining my light and holdingmy' .

;.It anJ iMome. unnioxed face I rend my chap: you've plunged noubDo. you j fine streak of aestheticism in his. com after 10 o'clock tomorrow morning is way:.was this of approaching I rather fancy the basement- JDy elt.- vial with a keener Interest thaa I t

death warrant and with put yourself in my hands or do you : plex composition. Some of these very ,an hoar of risk. Let one of those a stranger for money in the dead If you wait a minute',I'll tell you." had ever brought to any honest aroca.

'! b-oath I cursed my tally and myrJioe *not? Very well thealjou, plunge no pctures! I had myself dusted In his ',check get round j to your own bank I'of night But:obviously Raffles and He set isis lantern on the floor crept tlon. And there knelt A. sJ. Raffle*

::.sfr t ia com'cg! : to Um at all. Be- more and I undertake not to presentmy I study at school, and they set me think and you arid'It .dishonored together he were on exceptional terms of Intimacy to a ck/ window and opened it withECrCIY I :
,: ind: been )kind to me at school there are a\ sound only to return chakV Continued on Paga Twelve)
(
Infer that
Unfortunately bat ;
of another of aides not ,
Th '!t Wu andS cbec !nit; _yet. hu jaany No we must raise the wind,tonlsit and I could _
csptain of the eleven! unfortu-
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j. the othej: men, >
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L was a lovely affair, town and ibajsholesociety 1-4m__ .. .t1-o.._, .l.i..I" --'IUI't"fim:: ''' .';'::f\ii".IIJI---: : ;;U! 'n t4'HHttt._"...............-..: ...ft....
: be ng largely Tn evidence, in'1 .: """ u"' "' Mii".a." iJ j. :
'Berry'sJCucumber : Banancas contingent appearing Quite. "

I PEOPLE AND EVENTS i I late on account."0f- target pdct e.. '

Skin FoodPrice :I Mr.with Pyn liberal presided)spitaUty at the and punch everybody bow! I I Piano Btmylmig Is Made\ Easy! |

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t. Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go. Come 35 cents, Large Jar, ,,!:, Mrs. Pine was charmed Sr. with thEf honors_ I!I:! By our plan, ten dollars down and a dollar or so a week, will put a j

I and Tarry Women I is perfect ai a soother for'caaps; 0 jif Piano in home that will l be 'a joy as long as you live. In additionto !
; __ --- and Society,; Here .and Elsewhere. I and skin irritation and as an ac- 'I:I ')Ir. RichardS. S:mpsan who "iOt -9_' i !, 'your
bone:: In hu throat"Jat-tlie: annual\ J ::!
companiament toB'iA.UTLOLA. i: . .
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f. By E. NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 OseoiICiub antf { ,

I. --- |kpnsiderableraia I quite! reco\ert. ;as".'_ ?"a. result fMrs. .,' .., |I II I II i|! Lasting Tone and .,Singing Qualities, : / !Iil

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THE I ,4 .? ; : J't.. tsL *- -
COMING WEEK. and white carnations, ,and pink and., wonderful discovery (which .1 (Cap n)' ;::etnsfi1! gjyea.. '' thSPianps-we ellMiayeL most charming exteriors'in;; f qtr.tliey are ftH
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The hatfin-Clark wedding will l ,white. satin.xiboons. < 'the'j. mo\.es all 'f fac-al TilemishsS b:\* ,: reception* 'PjckenS"'Th1trs-in.r : af.t|S '" : ; : ? : ,..
Two ;; world's famous builders. '
1 take place Wednesday evening., large and beautifully' decorate taking off the old, dry wrinkled ternoon., .. 'the reatlOn: of the" most piano
birthday cakes had been sent to the i\ ?2s F*

-i. I The Ladies' Afternoon NeIghborS popular little hostess, and, with their cuticle by it all Is unsurpassed.Sjld druggists. '. \I Mrs. H, F. Ainsworth of San .Fran-4: F 1. Kranic 0 Bach, Lester, Mehlin! 6 i Son, Clutter, Singer, Chickering, Newton: R

, ; I jooa'. Euchre will meet Tuesday with lighted candles, seven on each, they Cisco, Cal, is,jn Florida for the first] .-., .
r "Mrs. H. O. Anson. made beautiful ornaments for the" I Manufactured by I time since her tnarmse. five >ears I M 1 NIj
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table. PinK and white ice cream ana faber.?' '
ago guest of n lawCaja
Co. St. Louis rher ij
Ch'em.
The New City Flinch will meet 'Pink and whit cakes further car-i E. R. Berry Ainsworth for fa month 'or two ea Oldest and Laraest i 114-116 S. Palafox St. .

k- Tu9*day afternoon with Mrs. Barton ned 'out the uamty color.t each -a-- route frcm Key West.where the _spent. '.oi' Music r''in Clutter I Music House PENSACOLA Phone15 I.S

. ;s Pepper. piate little favors, in the form of tiny'f __. Christmas with' her mother Mrs. F". J ; : :

ft.X. baskets tied with baby ribbon and I'I Solaris ....- *..*.....*..*'...*.. *..*...*...*"._........,,_...*...* ..*..*...* ....--,.,......*-- ...... .'-
The Married Ladies' Tuesday After filled with bon bons for the little, For Expert Watch Repairing and t tEngravin'g I !;.:mt.A:: .:-H: ...t.tlHH-U'U'Mlo't...:.....::.......::......:.: _.......t.;.:.....". i'.rtt". !_;:t..t", .'fa.":.:-!-; !.:.:'aagRAILROAD ::: : -U"Ht."".t..t-H"ttU-tJ--t". ....."..."...."...t1.....JH--U""'..........;;... '"

; noon Euchre will meet with Mrs girls, and for the boys little pink I IU I: Miss Lurline Butler is now -
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,. Goldnng. xes with pictures of animals on th "i, go to stenographer for Mr. J. W. Lurton lu'i' -

outside and, filled with bonbons, made the down town office of the L. & N ; TO IMPROVE, AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTYUSE
:The Excelsior Flinch will meet every little guest happj 'I J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler OVER

Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Ang .; Such fun as they had cutting the Miss EIizaund Ruth.. ,Goulaj

Mc illan. birthday cake, :Miss Lola Lee Darnell I 213 South PalaX! Street. left Friday to reside In Montgomery I f L fLORIDAKYS -. NADINE FACE POWDER
. ,1 cutting the ring and Master Arm- I to't -'regrct"r) their "many fri.SiL. i .

The Neighborhood Euchre will stead Covington cutting the dime.A i The Latest Designs in Watches in this city. I II IV GREEN BOXES OXLV

meet Friday night with :Mr. and :Mrs portion of Wyer's orchestra fur I, i SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARMLK:-
H. 'G. DeSilva. nished sweet music throughout the 'and Jewelry I ICo"t"tre11 ''I :Miss! Flossie Boone, of Millvi9 y,1 I COLOSSAL UNDERTAKING OF H. WATER. AJ
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afternoon. Another feature that Fla has week ;,
----- gone home after a .
The proved a source of the ,most gleeful:' Mrs-t M.FLAGLER ALONG THE :,D .& ; Face Powder is compounlm! Kt
j, Friday Euchre will meet this spent pleasantly with Mr. and purifieS by a :NEWLY IM'OTERT: '
week with. Mrs John Pfeiffer. enJovment was the serving of a delightful -I : Willie Fell. / CI CESS.: Produces a beaut fa' soft Teh-eft!EV(
: frqit i punch in a novel wavInjthe I I' EAST COAST. 'w- pe.rance, which remains uitll watt u!of>
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n The Osceola Club is arranging to lattice way :Mrs. Hannah had FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Miss Maud Menko of Atlanta Is expected : -t- .-'. --:: boxes Ladies are who sure use the Ntdine complexion Fac Powdl'r will bi in ga: M

I give a dance in Catholic Knights placed an old time moss-con'red well:! Pensacola. Fla. this week and will spend sometime 'I :",:.. and lovely at eIoeeit the evrninc! Jr4 TEl

}.1 Hall serving the supper in the club with'an old windlass, rope and bucket! --- ---_ __-r-n- !!I with ::\Ir..'.and Mrs. : The Marine Journal publishes thaI ": -? QUALITY ISUNhQUALED! Fay ODI'VlI1'II1
that creacked ) Juliuslenko'j package: and it ;oa are not f'DtJrf'h! sati-C*;
and in the
groaned
grill room. home in Birmingham and Mrs Hemberg i I jfcllow'ng!' relative to Henry }1. Fla'- nonfy us. ant we will promptlt Burn
', +- most realistic way and it was a joy left Frldaat The i. j I i :Mrs. W. :l. Hahn and daughter :Miss I I Ilu's east coabt extension: -4 .._,, ,_ -. TOCRMONEVgold ;
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j MISS t'j see how liberally the youngsters noon. bT.1 leading drugaists, or mail' Pncejjrents.
HAZEL HANNAH'SLOVELY of ;
r Julia Cottage Hill Thursdayin 'V
spent i i
it serous additional: :: affairs plannul in As it appears to the layman, the White,ilesh,Pink, Branett
BIRTHDAY PARTY. patronized each drawing his or her !'! the city 'Jit Mra and Mrs. W. J',i i, next nu- 44'
t Ssr honor | greatest undertaking through ,
hare been
: own drink Their thirst would have n'jces&arily- -loandonee. .Hdhn 4' Prepared
Miss Hazel. I he pretty little daughter j I man skill, perseverance-and endur 0 ,
been truly alarming under other cir-i i
of Dr. I. is the construction' railroad National Toilet Co. Paris, Tenn.bold .
, and Mrs \V. J. Hannah entertained lance a '}
fifty little friends Friday "Old cumstancos.Oaken Bucket.as the orchestra played I: Miss Maude Muller leaves i ia a few4 Mr and Mrs Ed. Russell, their at.I|ffrcm r )himi, Fla. by Henry M. I ;;tg tfl1NU A i.l in Pen>acola by all lead.n2: drnrji;

. afternoon in the loveliest way, to The house Interior has recently j! days to spend Mardi Gras with friends i ft'active'.daufsnier ,Miss Dora and al|ller, its projector, and backer. Flag-I
. celebrate her seventh birthday anni- been in Mobile. ounger son anal: Daughter, are locate! ::I the line of islands or keys
''V rsary. redecorated and in all Its has' j 1 I htre frem West Texas and arc with,j I Florida Bay,.that partly s H M 1Eit1.r S *iMWI H ?htr.a $,f.jt: SI
ritable: has !
history '
never presentedlovelier a '
, Her guests armed promptly at :3 Mrs= P. G, Caro returned U Penra their aunt Mrs. L. EL White, Eighth I Gulf of Mexico,. frorp the Atlantic '
scene than with' that. j' 'WATCHES .
half- .
JEWELRY j
| DIAMONDS .
and Twelfth street. -
t o'clock to find a coralal welcome from hunited happy little ones merrily in cola; Sunday 'afternoon after short!I I. avenue, 'Ocean,, to Key West. ,

- 3I'ss Hazelwho was a dainty picture possession making Miss Hazel's I, visit lere to her sister, hs. E. L.McDamel i This'piece"of road will' ) be 154 miles I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, -; BRONZE: |
The
Friday Euchre had pleasant
c o! beautiful a Twent-er ht miles of this
childhood In a sheer seventh anniversary memorable to1 .-Milton Index. : I long. ;
1: frock of white mouseline and lace her and to all her guests. I i meeting with Mrs. Ed. Peake. Mrs: from Maimi to Homestead, was built STERLING SILVERWARE, I
; oTer pink silk silk and I II John Pfeiffer won the ace prize Mrs t during 1904. Of the 126 miles remain
pink stockings -+- t Miss :Maud Gainer of St. Andreas
. t pink slippers, with a pink sash, and MR. HENRY LISCHTEN'S !''is visiting her cousin Miss Lill<1a Will Ferguson the consolation a dIle.ne ing to be constructed, about sixty-five | ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, \

L : pink ribbons tielng her sleeves and DEATH IN GREENVILLE. Farley on Little Bayou. hand prizes and Mrs Bonifay the 1 will be built on natural foundation. I CUT GLASSWARE. II
:r boobj. The next meeting will:
hair. .. the rest
to the
I According present plan
Mr and Mra Joe Lischten left Saturday '
t: l The whole place from the front for Greenville Ala., to attend' Mrs. B. S. Bernard little boy and i!i' at Mrs. John Pfelffer'a. hCld. ol the roaa' will be laid on concrete I -

1.. gat to the rear, was thrown open to *he funeral to-day or their brothe nup.6. left yesterday morning forj! and' arch viaducts. Scarcely! a mile oti I i
Mrs. Max
Edelstem
the children who were received in the, Mr Henry Lischten, who died on Fil- Ocala for an extended visit witji; her"| left son : .. this part of the road will be construct Engraving and Fine Stationery. I
Friday for,their home in New Orleans
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hall. After the without the solution of
' fifty boys and girls day after an illness of several monthi parents Dr. and Mrs. Marean question '
after a pleasant visit to Mrs. N.
\ had assembled they were invited intcI. I Many friends here will regret to !I I' Weiland have never before arisen-the -

I. the parlor where a half-opened white hear of the saa": news :Mr Lischten Mrs Max L. Bear entertained the It'd of ,difficulties without prece- ;

. parasol with pink and white ribbons was lery highly! respected in Green Married Ladies Tuesday Afternoon Miss Esther: Harrison-4- of New York I. The project has been a fuor.one' Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. I
; all over it, aryl suapendeu' from thee its with Mr. Flagler for a number '
Euchre pleasantly, the prizes being *
. \Jlle where he has resided for ears. very II
> the her
in'
. city is city visiting I
rtroUer at attracted their attention I I of Its will
once completion
He leaves a. wife and two daugh- very desirable.Irs.: Sol) Cahn jears. -
brothers of Mr. and Mrs. DavidHarrison.
1 J and curloslt)'. I jteis-one of whom Miss Daisy Is very TOn the first a cut glass'dish and ,. guest : crown his life work and benefit his t

As each boy's name was tailed he;i popular here where the has visited Mrs. Morn Bear the cons>oJation a I .. i iI fellow men for ages. I E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. I
approached the parasol from which Experts 'place the cost at betweenten
,: 'dative and friends-who will have knely handkerchief. The next meet I Mr harry Rosasco who has been i if'
t p he detached two pieces of ribbon, one the profound sympathy' of a wide circle ing will be with Mrs. N. Goldring time II'' 'and twelve millions. The construe- : MOBILE ALA.
the *
spending some m cityhas
pjnk the other white. which were I IP .. ton! of'this remarkable roadbed above : ,
i _t pinned' together The pink which bore,I I of friends. -+- 1 Assistant Paymaster John S,, gone into, business; with his unele. Mr- the ,rushing; waters of, the Gulf of i: "i't.. ;W..H 1I2f"ili
: lij& own name ,he pinned on his own I WILKINSLAMBERTWEDDING Higgms.; USX. and bride formerljMiss Peter Rosas at Bay Point 'v rj :Mexico as', they pour into the Atlantic

lapel and then found the little lady Gibbs IJ; not the only! problem to solve.TIre' ,
HOUR CHANGED. :: :Marian of San Antonio, ... .
l whose name was on the white ribbon I Ter.. will be at bomb at the residenceof j EVERYBODY'S: FAVOWTE. .11L.'UI; remain the question of main' .t. .. 9'--- .6
Circumstances have made it desirable RIBBON Lemon and Vanilla
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pinned it on her dress and claimed Mrs. W. D. Chipley after January tenance and operation. At the present :- '- .
to change the hour for the The Extracts that eivc desserts the '
her for his partner for a fishing excursion. ceremony : time tnere are about 3,000 labor Get Married
. that will unite Miss Philips 28 famous "Blue Ribbon Flaor.NEWGPAPEKb. .-'. : i January.. j
fed in
I a ers at work cared for, and .
1 WilkIns and :Mr. Alclde B. Lambert : ; .
After the partners had all oeen thus Iv. entertained camps Ntfcroes do the pioneer work
:Mrs W. H>er. Jr. .
in Michael Don't another the
St. church wait dAy--\ViIl provide Fuimture
! -. secured-there, being about an equal on Tuesday Friday afternoon five tables a(bridge. 1' .clearing away the jungle and dense aaa *
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I division of boys and 'girls-they went 'January 30, from 4 :30 o'clock to 5:30p : -. 1' t4--- '. tr 'pical growth, while white laborers' Furnishings.. ,,, .

; ; tp the library There they found a Dl.. and invited' guests' will please :Mrs:\ Donnelly, wife of the new British Striking Things That Great Mem Qf.al\ nations build the road ben'. The!.: *
I fish pole line and hook leaning govern themselves accor'atngly.4 "vice-consul is a 'very charming acquisition na'Ye'S.ld Abont Them. 631 miles on land will be completed | You Can .Suy. Now |:

[ ; against a screen and each couple!I to local society, asia her accomplished A. ccrreepondent requ,,xts that 'we next May,' and it is thought that the 1!' .

, fished! until both brought up some PLEASURE FRIDAY NIGHT CLUB.A sister and guest Miss pvlnt some of the etrikins things great entire system will be in operation : and Pay. Later.. \

l i pretty article from the pond behind ;, number of Uncles recently arrived from England men have saldabout wspspp..nthatIs within three jears. '
friends
: the screen an amusement that gave I of Miss Annie oung Moore people Harvey: met for a protracted visit., sayings that embody the purpose : *. 'Bedroom Suits from $ .00 Ui>. Pretty Chair from ,. :
a* much delight Christmas
. cxruM. as a tree Friday night at the residence of her and doings of the press. With pleas MRS. CLEVELAND TO to J450; Mattresses $2.50 to' $1500; easy, comfonan- *
And number of
. a mamma4who mother Mrs. Loveless 309 Hajne Mr and Mrs Eugene E. Douville. ure. LECTURE AGAIN I i Springs $:,50 to $5.00; SiJooards 71500 to $65.0O. *
were there to look on. enjoyedthe leased .
whole affair with as much glee as street, and organized a social club! recently of Milwaukee have Bryant said: "The press is good or This be last talk:,
: her
will probably
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the residence of Dr. and Mrs.
the children. { The'name adopted" is "The jo.-ay; Marsh corner Spring and Cervantejfor I' evil, according to the character of those to the ladies Pensacola.. 1! MARSTON & QUINA \

The fishing trip was followed by an Night Pleasure Club. and It will meet the season and have their nephews who direct it. It is a mill that-grinds Subject: "When is Marriage a.: ,

t Invitation to the dining room which every Friday night. The Selected :Mr George Mr. Roy'DouU1e with all that is put into its hopper. Fill the Failure.' She will tell jou truths!'I. '
and I 108x110 Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. j jPHOHZ
capped climax are: to'!'I \ ,
a delightful The them. t hopper with poisoned grain, and it :will every woman should know. How :
Preldent-1Iiss Florida Zelius. .
'dainty pink ana( white color scheme '1ce-Presldent-Ir. Chapman Lewis grind It to meal, but there is death. In live long and how to be better wives(.1.o..o.& ... .....................o. .....O' H4_
was exquisitely carried out in pink and mothers. I
Sec.Treas.-Miss Annie :Moore Harvey Dr. and :Mrs C. F. :Marsh: have the bread I '
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l --' leased their residence ana,' are spend James Parton said: "The newspaper See what some of the papers have,' .; 183.

fhe young men of the club will 'give ing the winter with their daughter press Is the people's university. 1t said:

I ai :opening dance for the girls next Mrs Frank 11. Dunn. the readers in Christendom read. little. *A lecture calculated to do much!l
good not a moment seemed dull to
.Friday 'night 'at C. K of A. hal I else." : ; ./ NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
I )Ir. and Mis. Campbell Avery are her hearers. -Montgomery Adver.tiser.
*
I Jefferson said: The basis of oar gov .,
now keeping house in the residence I
MRS FRIEDMAN'S PARTY
'Fresh i ernment being the opinion of the pe v "A superior woman of
''FOR TWO FAIR VISITORS.I I 714 North Spring. formerly occupied superior C. W., ProprietorV. 8 We.: Roniia Pensaccla, fit
b:> Mr. and Mrs.. John F. Rjan.. pie, the very first object should be'to :ability.::-has made host of friends I l/fWftr/VCF St..
j ''Mrs: :. S. A. Friedman gave an ele- keep that right and were it left,to m4 here,"-Cincinnati TImes.

'gant card 'party Thursday afternoon Mrs H. L Simpson who was' quitei to decide whether we should have'.'a 1 l: "We hope the time is not far dis-i .
for Mrs. Max Edelstem of New Or- tant whenshe will ag11n'isit our, 7t-1l H *iIiiz.: "iI-Ej( iE ij( .';tl.1 <\." i('f ;::! li
\ I i/;: during the week has quite recovered government without newspapers or.
\Cer' leans and Mrs. Julius Heinb r' of without iqity.\ "-:Memphis Commercial-Appeal. i
Birmingham Ala. I II II should newspapers a government Mrs. Cleveland wishes to assure the) YOUR
not hesitate a moment to prefer |i WHO MAKES CLOTHES ? i
I There were six, tables of five han: After the basket ball contest Tnurs- the latter." ladies the platform will be elevated,;

:1 I euchre and ,Mrs.\ Joe Jacoby scored.tb cay night the Armstrong%.. Classical Sf'. there will be no_difficulty: in seeTHE -'
Cardinal Gibbons said: 'The dread of
: fouvenirs.score cards being dainty little I f'ave a dance that was greatly enjojeury I exposure: in the public press keeps many J | r Why,not hive them built right here at home, where' you *
'
the joun's set. ; I. can.tve privilege ot alry.onend get what want? *
for Miss Lena Marks won the urst I II 'a man sticking close to the path of re 'I I
{ ., prize, Mrs'Israel the consolation and'' :Mr.: Dusenberry has resigned his who otherwise would stray 'off
1 I Mrs Cashman: the booby.Thygeceptic.nhahl I position with the Consolidated Kaval''' Into the byways of graft" -Chicago I THE! REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY :i

and
parlors Journal.
were
and I for the J. **
Stores is traveling Pj ,, _ *
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decorated ferns, and the
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labien
Break. the dining with roam with violets and I Williams Companj.. ,, I| :tftlflaW the Ghoat. 3ars ..nrztiagqut; 'soma' swell: clothes. Should you need a BU,' ii'n> !> ?
'i
ircisus. Aa extraordinary instance of rnefe i at tndr'' pac! No 11 North Palafox atietU They are she.wng! a a I
I Mrs: Pjnes reception at the navy % } of and !' *
eleant line Suitings Trouserings and at prices thai a'I'i' :lfl'
ij "he two oung daughters of the .yard Tuesday, for :Mr Pyn 's mother superstition has been brought to .iUghln tEl buy.
"ss ::1Us Lillian and Miss Ethel:I' a Hungarian village. Owingto sin ( ; tempt' 'you .: '*
: :t
\ You can just 1. nan and Miss Alice Wagenheim Ister rumors as to the cause of death :+iI..;*' io "t.'*r1l' i.:1 i 1Mf i* :: fl.'

fresh breakfast \punch. throughout the after Ure authorities had the body of a peas-1 -
L. stale onE's. Ours I ant exhumed and were horrified to find i -- ------ .--

, fr ways dresh. The. 'edin n' wore a green silk I the bands and feet nailed dowu to the.' I -c f'cuc14r ing the ca McVOY
dude \jelstein pretty Ifght tan I Ir' DenniSOn coffin while a long nail had also,been ,( be provided "ana; ,west windows win RINGC. L.

i *- silk black and silk Mrs suit. Heinne -(' -" driven through ,the bearu An Inquirywas I be darkens. : Come' and_ bring your :. Phone che 6y7.ap.Ve Take tera adnnta-e meats:; a if.pe Met..HLelivored '-I:!

j 'at once held, with the result that j jan I i I friends to any part '>* 'hI in

Scotch Oats, 'EMBERS 1 ,Crepe; : old woman confessed that the act I I Catholic .Knights hall next Tuesday

. : had heels perpetrated uudcr her direc-;\ January 23, ft 4.,P- TONo, admission. -
Cream of Wheat 10 CLUB. ? !' I
: tions. The bad died sudden. 1
man a 1
'1 was the hostess j Papers M .. _
of the death, and. there being a superstitionIn il'fE''' 'J I
. ,1 old "a j I : I "
Quaker Oats GREATEST
EPOOH
: I cl. '{lent feature of I i Hungary that persons dying under I' MARRIAGE s TERSELY 'TOLDUSINESS : !

'Force 1 soc go, and only : Are the most perfect for I such circutastances haunt,the house Jn if I LOCALS. : r

1 j thres. """ -... left, :\1iSi'1: decorating purposes, to be which they die, the further superstitioa I|,I The first is the most crucial time. 1 It .. Wh 7l

I Clara -Clara Cbaffee and faun! -, I has! grown up that postmortem "reap- .I If for the first time the greatest 'f.t"J;' ..m.. .
:Grape-Nuts, her charm -tt uest Miss I pearances can be prevented by nailing '' event in your married lives is about i

Clara Ellh 'Ala. :. who''I Just the; : *; the body i In Its coffin:: The old womai; I i' ,to occur, how expectant how:wraptup McKinzie'! iunl'' t, Co. wholesals I II
w Farina was als6 'a meeiing: Thing ;. the1 :: In it you find yourselves. : I and retaH ship chandlers and grocers.
further done same I
'I admitted having :
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was 'a mot '17 affair ; ': 'I. "You, try to overlook but in vain, the only flrat-clasf -housa :of the kind Do You
Shredded Wheat. ''and will be t.ls hint. For Decorating:. W.For thing In all similar! cases for manjjears. that element of uncertainty and danget in PensacolaFa4r ..: to all.THOMPSON '

ed. by-a-we .. :.. .-London Glob that you have been led to expect I :

'4, There we, the pret., Home fron 'the expenence of those mothers c. V has Just opened a

''We sell such large quan- I t1 prizes we Jurprise .-, IluellngPlstel.. 4 and fathers who have struggled I fresh line o( beautiful box papers'
titles of these pure health I 1\Irs. C. J Ot a first a i Entertainments. The pistol xlsed 'in-the duel Is' not.tb throoeh_this ordeal in ignorance of suitable for Chritmt Ptesents. Also! Eat? I

foods that our supply Is ; beatstiful l1at Rogue j military arm, or the, revolver, but 3 I crepe p per*/ .P* fif Pftout picture!I
always. fresh-never more : the booby a te boa- A plentiful' supply : of' very carefully made and ndertun11'L Mother's, Friend binding .purses,fcChristmaa cards'etc. :

: than a month OUt or the bonlere and :\ on the, every color made and accurate weapon known as the'dueling' 1 "' 19dec.Kfnloch. : t
; what U and what it I
II ., is. does. The Kandv K"" !"!!
milL Try them.. consolation a 1 'ainted i
tie
pistol.
. For many years length'.otthis If at '
\ bon bon dish. I II IMr. lOc a Roll. ,' "- : : I arm was 'a matter 'of grave: di*\ I i.' ._nd wife thuistimeevery might know of expectant this greatestof man .HOI1'Sf, Palntaeemg to have .: easily In town the b.r Ie .10& ',Ut.: I
4 : eat
I cession at all,the clct in England.ana boons, devised for the eisrtsspurpose l I the BO over all ofljer' paint. It stands ;,1 Cr ri'i
Frank'S, "I., t ,.' Papper Napkins 10,'' %5, salt atmoaphere' better well kept w. I
of this than
on. .the continent .At first the ,daelinj alleviating and disp:jlling I any iUle
r in the city' Th hifatherinlaw' 75 and $1.00 a Hundred ; Is i i class servic'- < I
: cents I' the suffering: and other. U DOtI"adr mired paint :
Inch 'leI
pistol bad a twelve barrel''an; consequent dangerof J i I'.1
that
: Mr ube I / _: ; .chila-ranh, how quickly would all 1 I I but reaJr ..tI1X; ;.:'e.:J D. N. Nicholson -' satisfies
L- :-\VIL.. who: arrh't ,,';,:, '" Inter! : carried! twenty round buh1ets11,. .the 1 I doubt and worry be dissipated. Mfjrs. agent 'I epicure.Kandy .

:Sol Cahn &. Co. I vth him, and\\ :veregiests pound but in 1810.the elder peTisure Mother's Friend is an invaluable I .. I I
overnfgbt; ) with his ConfrereLepage, at Paris:: liniment for external : i
yerl t massage through -
'The Pure Food Store. and fanai1y''Themanytriea' and Man ton and Egs'of: London, th ( .whose potent agency countless moth.. Knights of Columbus s,. Attention*, j II
I '. I most eminent pistol makers of. 'their','I 'ers have been enabled to experience The riepibers. of' Pensacbla! Council I

, .Soutllw..1 CO'ller Paulo Aid IlIltII4t11cil., : luslfeinberg Coe'sBooksto're j respective countries fixed the ctnaU the jov of parturition for the first Knights of Couqibu'! .,are requested to Kitchen Cafe.
I were -; 'ed'! length of the dnelinirpiatol barrtl t.atA 1 k time without danger to themselves or meet at their bglon|: 'S Qn ajr morning :

: (178 itatber'} visit was une 1nb M, anbe'f'It<< .. hu ,remalneti.? their of.spnngMAOTIELD. January 2lSt:, ,at T20 ,o,' lock.

, Phonss480 ne,,'!!' that' tier he.I'Foad 2l3S.PilafoiStriet: t :tase.of.tt,. bm pistols used;-to brrajl. Hcaaum co- JOHN. B.' JO ES.. 104 S.Palafox. Phone "'

C-_ I I Maa'tIeyerson :was r a from 500 to 750 franc or $100.to &I&Q Atlanta, Ga. EDM. FOX;; Grand: Knlg'ht.j]!I
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I 3 OPENS THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, FOR, TEN DAYS ONLY, 01ru ruru S1


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r a Tuesday and Wednesday. 25.Louis; .Friedman & CO''s Store Tuesday and Wednesday to ru
gain's Flood Gates :
fj open mark down prices for this sale rj

a. m., Thursday, January ,.. at 9 a. m., Thursday. Jan. 25. N
"113-11S 'South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. ru


fifi j $8,r9000 worth of High-Grade Merchandise to be distributed into the homes of the people

ruft
r by: Louis Friedman & Co. Pensacola9s" Greatest Merchants, in Ten Days, beginning



m THURSDA, JANUARY 25, AT 9 A. M. if

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61TJ DARING FEATS OF. UNDERSELLING TO DAZZLE AND DELIGHT YOU fln fln! l ;

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fjw j We find we have on hand a great deal more merchandise than we have room for. We..must unload these goods. We must have space In order-' iru i

N to cut our stock in half we inaugurate Ten Days of the Greatest Underselling ever put into operation in Florida. Our entire $85,000, stock at the mercyof ii iI

the people for Ten Days This sale will be of the greatest importance to the people for a radius of fifty miles, and is the largest and most sensational !H

Mfj! sale ever attempted in this section, involving thousands upon thousands of dollars. 'The prices we quote will, therefore convey to you some idea of the !

rj marvelous bargains we are going to place on sale for Ten Days, beginning Thursday, January 25, .at 9.a* mat Louis Friedman &Co/s store, Pensacola pj

!fjw f Florida. The best and greatest values ever offered stare you in the face. :The important question is: Can you, dare you, in justice to yourself, overlook !

m a chance like this to save at least 50 per cent on..your purchases? ;'Nf3

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S WAIT WAIT! WAIT FOR, OUR SENSATIONAL OPENING RI'

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0ra The most magnificent array of myriads of mystifying' bargains ever gathered under one.- roof await your inspection-Price Wonders that beggar'

description and stagger belief. Everyone knows that an article tro.ni this, ,store bears the stamp of Fashion's,.approval; hence, thousands will be interested a

01 in the wonderfully prices. Below we quote a few,of,the thousands of bargains 'included in this GREAT SENSATIONAL SALE: ruru

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fj fj NOTIONS. NOTIONS. DOMESTICS 1: DRESS GOODS AND SILKS, GENTS' FURNISHINGS CLOTHING. 'I 1m! -

fit Pin-, per paper, Sensational Sales ""Ladies' Ribbed Underwear. 30: cent A fine line of Amoskeg Outing Flannels .36-inch All-Silk Taffefal (hd; kind Handkerchiefs 10 cents values: sensatIonal Our entire line i of Boys' and Cail-
Jtf Price, I C".t.rJ values, 19 cents. will be sacrificed. t ;at 6% cents per that wears: guarantee,!.Tegu ar.'oil finish Sale Price, 3c. dren Suits will be cleaned out regardless -
Ladies' Extra Fins Ribbed Under yard. during: this sale.--as,long, .as. the Fine Hemstitched Handkerchiefs,15 of cost or value. Don't miss this 'ruU!
rJ Hooks. and Eyes, black and Whit wear 6Q cent values during this Sen- Outing Flannels} 'good ;Jiaulity, can supply lasts we will self.for 89c. cent values. 7 cents. -- grand' opportunity.Mns 'I t;
Sensational Sale Price 1 cent. good durable Pants in all colors
sational Sale, go at 39 cents. not be duplicated, anywhere for less 36-inch Taffeta Silks; in colors,best Half Uo&e, .black and Fancy. 15 $1.50:> and $2.00 Sensational '!
rJ Fcath.'r-Stitche9 Braid, worth 10 Toadies Muslin! Gowns 60 cent values than 8 csnts -per yard, ill go at i ever shown in this country all .:new; cent values, 7 cents. Sale Price 98 cents. fd
N cents per bolt, Sensational Sale Price, ,go )In this great sale at 39 cents. cents. regular $1.00 values.Sensational .Sals Genuine Lisle Hose black and fancy. Men's Fine Worsted Pants, in all / {j
t 4 cents. Good Huck Towels, 15 cents: values, ,Price..69 cEnts ruru
r Ladies' Muslin' Gowns 60 cents values 50 cents ,values 19c. : the popular !stripes $:.50 and $3.00
go 'in ibis great sale at 39 cents. Sensational Sale Price, S cents per of 19'inchTaffeta b'ilks values Sensational Sale Price 1.48
N Pearl Buttons 5 cent values Sensa- pair. '* A tine line : Fancy Dress Shirts, in Madras and
ot canal Sale Price, 1 cent per dozen.! Ladjjs Muslin Underskirts EmbroiderY in 'all colors white they last- '39 Percales, regular 75 cent values, Sen, ru
EXtra Large Uu .k'Tpw ls. 25 cents '
trimmed actual value 73: cents. \ SHOES.
MJ Extra Fine German Pearl Buttons, 3 cents, Sensational Sale Price 4S cents. values all go at 15 eei ts;per pair sational Sale Price, 27 cents. 1 ru
* cents dozen. Fancy Crep DeChW} all-' !ilk,. 27r .Mea's Good Extra HeavyWeb
per Bleache4::: Table Damask, 58 inches Nothing but the very highest class'' N ,
RJ wide actual Sensational Inches wide, in all thepopular.had5Swhile SuspendjftS, 25 cent values..Senu-
yalue 50 cents handled in this .
goals ;
DOMESTICS. department.Ladies' N
IH A lot of Fancy Dress Buttons all Sale Price. 23 cents. they last at 37cents per yard.A tional Sale Price. 9 cents.
fine Vici Kid ,
Shoes ..
JtI kinds, values up to 30 cents per dozen 10,000 yards Standard Dress Prints Red Table pamask, 58 inches wide, fine line of Ladi-"' Skirts, .strict. :Men's Guyote Suspenders, 50 cent $i.5 and $1.50:; values Sensational regular '').V C
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Jy go cents per dozen. .and Calicos; actual values 6 and 8 30 cent values l 17V4 c nts. ly up-to-dat in style,.in Mohairs\ ; Panamas value Sensational Sale Price' I3c. Sale Price 9R cents. N i
fy Torchon Laces,all widths with Inser cents per yard, Sensational ,Sale Price Worsteds and Serges! from Ladies Fine Vicl' Kid Shoes'in an'ruru '.,f_
Aj tions to match Sensational Sale 4 cents per'yard. DRESS. GOODS AND SiLKS. J2.48 up. ./ ,. CLOTHING.WE styles regular $1.75 and $2.00 values. ,f ,
ifS Price 3& cents. \ 10,000 yards Apron Gingham, all colors All of our fine line'od Lilies Shirt Sensational Sale Pric". $1.39. ,.tr.
Sensational Sale Price, 4 cents .All Wool Trica: Flannel> splendid Waists will be closed out regardless SHOW NO MERCY TO PRICES Ladies' Fine Shoes, the Celebrated ruru ; ;
fit Point De Paris Laces all widths In- for SklrU arid" Dresses reguar! '50 of valua. E. P. Reed make known all over the Ix: '
? rtions to match. Sensational Sal per yard. cent va11.l $.. Sensational: : Sale! .Price, : IN THIS DEPARTMENT ,, world tells everywhere for $2.50, will 1
IU Sensational All of Ladies' Trimmed Hat
Price 4U cents. 5,000 yards Zephyr Ginghams ." our '
18%! cent,. 'be sacrificed in this great sale at $1.98 ru
/ in all the will be'sac' Man's Suits all the latest styles,
fit ( Price 6 cents per yard. popular shapes !! in. ,
A line of Misses' and
fine
36-inch Black Jlbhalr all Cilildren'su
sells over
>W Ladie ''Fast Black Seamless }Hose rificed in this sale regardless all sizes,' that sold for $7.50 and
; great ; ; suits
5,000> yards Unbleached Canton this land Shoes, icents in leathers and from
styles 1,1.,
fop 50 cents yard Sensational "
15) : per J
and 18 Sensational sale
cents .
values. at $3.4ItIen's upall
HI of coat or value. $8.00. 311 go in this great A
Flannel extra heavy quality during fail tham.
Sale Prier, 8 cents pair. Sale! Price 31 cedts. i': .9S Don't to see )Y
tU per this great tale go at 4&'cents. :3S-iach: Black )Mohair the kind you Fine Suits in Fancy, Cassj- Glen's good. durable Shoes, all leatnien ns
ftj Lath -s' Full Fashioned Seamless Bleached Domestic, no starch, soft have :always: paid.60,and ,1 3 cents per HATS meres. Cheviots and SerieS, others. : ,all the popular styles $1.75 values -. !
pit Fast Black Hose 25 cent values. SenJU : fin;sh,' Sensational Sale Prig 4i yard for, ,;:jo in' this great; sale at 39 ask $10.00 for them. Sensational Safe Sensational Sale Price $1.19. ruru I'
sational Sale Price 13 cents. cents.Upbleajhed. cents. Men's good quality' Fur Hate; $l.iO Price $4.98. A fine !line, of Men's $3.00 Shoes in. N
* Ladies' Domestics, extra heavy Black! ::: English -Voiles! 'Florentine and $2.00 values all go a.f.97"cBisMen's .... .300 Suits regular! $15.o'o values taU! shaDes and leathers will be !SaCf't I.
values, :3 Fine Handkerchiefs, 10 cents quality Sensational Sale Price, 4qc. Crepe and EtaniJnes.i sw411est of this good Fur Hats/extra:'quality.- comprising a grand assortment"' of rificed !n this great sale at $2/48. UI
t: rents! 10-4 Bleached and Unbleached season's fabrics wprth $1.50 per yard in all the popular saapis -$a:5and': / black blue and fancy Cassimeres ant During this great sale we Trill sacN .
fj Ladies Fins Hemstitched Handkerchiefs She tin;, actual value _"5 cents Sensational Seafationlt: Sale. Price, 76 cents per $3.00 val lies, SensationalSals.. Price! Cheviots will be sacrificed in this rifice our Celebrated $4.50 Just Wright N "I 1i.tl
ru 15 cents values. 7 cents Sale Price 16 cents. yard $1.3S.!; great sale at $8.89. Shoe at the ridiculous price of $3.14. Itt 1
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.. PHEUMA Ptr\WS1f\ tE.[ AMATEUR i /" ; ", S RE LUNGS ;



. < BODY 4 '
RACKED WITH PAIN. CRACKMAft$ tJ I \I',

: No other : ;:1 When your lungs are sore and inflamed from coughing:,
is
,I- bodily suffering equal to that produced by the pain of Rheu I
, when the' of PNEUMONIA. PLEURISY
matism. When the poisons and'acids which cause this disease, become in. fe the time germs

} trenched in the blood there is hardly. any part of.the body that is not afJected. (Continued from Pasa Nine) CONSUMPTION find lodgment and multiply.

The muscles become sore ,and drawn.the 'ner\es twitch and "sting I : !sl
his black hair tumbled and the
with :
the joints inflame and swell, the bones ache, every movement is one of s
watchful quiet, determined half!
agony and the entire body is racked with pain. Rheumatism: is brought on same I
with which I had:seen- him send
by indigestion stomach troubles torpid Liver, weak Kidneys and a general smile FoLEY
I after over In
inactive down over a 'countymatch
state of the system. The refuse master instead of passing off '
t
through nature's avenues is left to sour and form uric acid, antI other acrid l f ,1
poisons which are absorbed into the blood. Rheumatism1 doc: not affect At last the chain, of holes was'com' 1''
all alike. In J pete! the lock wrenched out bodily; anl: J
some cases it takes a ," 1
Aboat't tee n year* ago I had a sever and a splendid' bare arm plunged! up to
form it
wandering be in the MDIARstops
; may attack Bheutaatisni and could not ," the and HONEY
shoulder through
arms or legs one day and in the work with any eamiaction. My loge the aperture 4

shoulders, feet, hands, back or otherwere scarcely badly swollen wall I and tried drawn many remedies so I- through the bars of tbeIpngate- be

parts of the body the next. Others but could set no relief. I was finally yond. _

suffer more seriously, and are never soon recommended cured me sound to try and S.-well.S. S.and I am it "Now," whispered Raffles "I!,there'sonly the cough heals and strengthens the lungs. It con

free from. pain. The uric acid and now 74 years old and have never had one lock it'll be In ,the middle. : p tains no harsh expectorants that strain and irritate the
other mtahngsubstances find lodge any.return, of the trouble, Joy! Here it is! Only Jet me pick It. r that condition that
JOSEPH FROHE: HAWI.EY, Z lungs, or opiates :cause constipation, a
and we're through at last.-,:
meat in the muscles and and
,. joints Box 104 Aurora, Ill % retards recovery from a cold.: FOLEY'S HONEY AND
t lIe withdrew his skeleton!
arm. a
as these deposits increase the muscles key
is safe and never failing remedy for all throat and
become stiff and the joints Sometime ago I had Rheumatism and I I was selected from the bunch.atfd then TAR a

i locked and immovable. It matters bud to between quit work.my shoulders The pains in was my so backand In-I back went his arm to the shoulder. It. .77/I11/ I I /j !ir lung troubles. ,

not i n what form the disease may be ever tense thing I could:but not acthinip rest or id sleep.me any I qroodtill I I was a breathless moment. I heard the Tha Coders 'Said Ha Had Consumption Marvelous Cure

,the cause is always the same-a sour, I heard of and took S. S. s. This beart throbbing In my body, the very V.f<\. Rurales Reasoner, Iowa, writes: "The doctors said I had consumption
'acid 'condition of the. blood.. This punned medicine my cured blood'rae and round made and ine well feel like It watch ticking in my pocket and ever and r got no better until I used FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR. I

:vital stream has lost its purity and a new man. 'and anon the tinkle-tinkle of the skeleton :--- It helped me right from the start and stopped the spitting of blood and the '
freshness, and instead of nourish- CONRAD LORE, key. Tben-r-at last-there-"came a pain in my lungs and today I am sound and well.
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ing and feeding the different parts Anderson,,Ind. 123 E. 19th St.with single! unmistakable click.. -In another 'IIW
sizes-25c SOc $1.00. The SO-cent size contains two and
Three ,
health-giving properties, It fills them with the ,acids and salts of this minute the mahogany ,door !and the itlli
l l u i l i ,, t one-half times as much as the small size and the $1.00 bottle W
painful and far-reaching disease. The cold and dampness of 'Winter always iron,gate yawned lInd-u8, and Raffles j almost six times as much. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES.

Intensify the pains of Rheumatism, and the sufferer to get relief from the I I was sitting on an olflce tab'evn! >

+ agony, rubs the affected parts with liniments. oils, lotions, etc., or uses ing his face with the lantern throwinga EflOE D BY
SOLD IiGUOTdI
AND
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} plasters and other home remedies. These are desirable because they give steady beam by his side. -- -, ,.
temporary ease and comfort but have no effect on the real trouble which is into I We were now in a bare and roomy

blood and beyond the reach of such treatment S. S. S. is the best reinS (' lobby behind tbe shop, but separated W. A. D'ALEMBERl E, Druggist anrt Apothecary, 121 S. Palafox t., Pensacola. !

tidy for Rheumatism, It goes into the therefrom by an iron curtain, the very

blood and attacks the disease at its head, 'I sight of which filled me with despair. -- -- -_.__ _._ _m"" ___ __ .

j S'S and by neutralizing and driving out the j i I Rallies, however, did not appear In the In the lavatory, a ournt match here "awk..al'tt) if anything went wrou:?. l

acids and building up the thin, sour I I least depressed, but hung up his coat and there and our finger marks on,the One might use It, and that's not the CATARRH

blood it cures the disease permanently. and hat on some pegs In the lobby be- dusty bannisters not a. trace of our game at all though I have: often

r CI While cleansing the blood S. S. S. tones fore examining this curtain with his visit did we lease -' thought; that the murderer Mho 'has .

,PURELY VEGETABLE. U.P the stomach, digestion and every lantern. I, "Ikid It In my-head for long?" said Just done,'the trick must have great .
other part of the system, soothes the: "That's nothing" said he after,min Raffles as we' strolled' through the sensations before'things get too hot for F'OU BREATh 1 1If

excited\nerves, reduces the inflammation, dissolves the deposits in the joints, ute's' inspection. "We'll be through streets toward dawn, for all the worldas him. < Don't look so distressed, my

relieves all pain and completely cures this distressing disease. S. S. S. is a that in no time, but there's a door on though we 'were returning from a dear chap. I've, never bad those seusa- You Continually 'K'hawk and Spit and There is a Constant

certain cure for Rheumatism in any form ; Muscular, Inflammatory Articu the other side which may give ns ,trou, dance. "Xo, Bunny I never thought and don't I shall.
tlons. ever
suppose Thrbat If You
Have
lar'or Sciatic. Special book on the disease and any medical advice, without ble." of It till I saw that ,upper part empty "But this much you have done be- Dripping From the Nose Into the .

charge, toall who wnte -.... ... .. about a month: and bought a few Foul Breath That is Catarrh.
'Tlv: ; .ftRfF'T,fprrn.. -e- I.!.. "Another door! I groaned. "And ago fore?" said I !hoarsely. Sickening ,
how do mean to tackle this thing?" things In the shop to get the lay of the
you ? dear Bunny offendme.
-- "Before My you BLOOD
land.' That reminds that I CURED THROUGH THE BY B. B. B.
"Pry it up with the jointed Jimmy. me never Did it look like a first attempt?
........ paid for them but. by I will tomorrow 1I
The weak point of these iron curtains ; Jove "
Of I have done it before. .
course Is your breath foul? Ii your voice husky? mucus membrane and B B.B. Bends a rich,
is the leverage you can get from be- and If :that isn t poetic jus- "Often?" Is your nose stopped? Do !l40rt)ot nlgtu tingling ood of warm.rich.pure blood direct
tice what is? One visit showed Ix yousneeze agreatdenl? Do vou Uavo rcoouenl to the paralyzed nerves, mucus membrane
o : low. But It makes a noise, and this Is me "Well, no; not often enough to destroy pains In tie forehead? Do you have bones and joints, giving warmth! ant
y 1 sl i where you're coming in, Bunny. This the possibilities of the place, but a the,charm, at all e\"ents-never, pains across the eyes? Aro you losing your strength Just where it is needed,and in thu
CLEANLINESS without' I second convinced me 'of Its Impossibilities ; sense of smell? la there a dropping la the way making a perfect, lasting core of t..
Is where I couldn't do
you. as a matter of fact, unless I'm cursedly throat? Are. you losing your sense of taste? catarrh la all Its forms
must have you overhead to knock ,without a paL So I had practically Are yougradnallygcttingdeal; ? Do you hear DEAFNESS[
4 { is a necessity to perfect Health and an* essential through when the street's clear. I'll given up the Idea 'when you hard up. Did you hear about the buzzing sounds? Do you have ringing la the 1'a 1'p
with or the If gradually growlngdeafourut.rl'wydE"afor
suffer nausea are
ears? Do you yon
clement of Happiness. To prevent sickness and enjoy the comforts come with you and show a light" came along'Qn'' the very ,night and in ThimMeby dkinionds? Well, that was stomach? It there a const-at; bad taste In hard of hearing, try Bntanlo
1I may how little I the cry plight for It! But here we'areat the ,last time, and a poor lot of paste the mcuth? Do you have t hacking cough? Blood Balm(B. B. B). Most forms of deaf.
Imagine
I of life should equip your sleeping apartment or dressing chamber Well you Do you cough at night?_ you tate coldeasily ness or partial deafness are caused by ca.
you ,
flit liked the prospect of this lonely vigil, the Albany, and I hope there's some they were.' Then there was the little ? If to,yon have catarrh. tarrh, and la eating catarrh by B, B, B.

$ with a snowy white, onepiecePorcelain i and yet there was something very fire left, for I don't know how you business of the Dormer house boat at Catarrh la not nlreratlonsdeath only daneroua and in this decay way of, thousands their hearing of completely men and women restored.have tad 1'f 1'r
but it causes
' K stimulating In the vital responsibility feel Bunny, but for my part I'm as Henley last }ear. That was mine also bon ea.IO.!1i of thlnklneand reasoning power, Botanic Blood Balm(C.U.u.)is pleasant
d d"1 which it involved. Hitherto I had beena cold as Keats' owl"lie kuch as it was. I've never brought off kllla ambition!and energy,often causes loss aadtefet.take. fti:11: tested for f
J ci'tan at' of appetite Indigestion, dyspepsia, raw 3O yro. Composed In-
mere spectator. :Now I. was to take could think of Keats on his way I a reall1big coUp yet. When I do I throat and, reaches to general deblllty.lilocy: gredlenta..Strengthens lyeakStomsrb.,
shall ". It needs attention at once enre Price 151 per larce bt-
chuck
i And the fresh from a felpuy. He could hanker'torhis up. and Insanity.; Dyepepsla.:
in tbe excitement -
part game. .
/ Enameled Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm tl* If not cured when
t Lavatory i i.L made me more than ever Insensible fireside like another., ,Flood: gates I TeA, I remembered" '' both'cases very (BBB). U Is a quiet.radical,permanentcure right quantity is taken,money refunded.Sample : .
,.L 4 r to those considerations con- were.: oosed within me..and the"plain well. To think that he seas their author bemuse It rids the system of the poison St-ntire* by wetting Blood B.tin
N ,standard" Lavatories are perms that cause catarrh. Blood Balm Co.,Atlanta,Oa. Describe ;your t roc hie,
' science and of safety which were already English; of our adventure rushed over It was incredible, outrageous, In- (B.H.B.purifies the blood, does away; with and sp r'al free medical advice jo suit 3I'
' made in numerous beautiful as dead nerves In my breast.; me, as cold as ice. Raffles was-a bur conceivable. Then my I eye would fall every symptom,giving_: strength to the entire your case, also sent in scaled letter.

1. i '1k designs and are free from i 1 1I So I took my post without a murmur glar. .I had helped him to commitone upon the table twinkling and s'ltter-! I't:
cracks and crevices thereby In the front room above the shop. The burglary; therefore' I was a bur- Ing !la a hundred; places, and Incredu- -- -- ---- ---- Iii

fixtures had been left 'for"'the refusalof glar too. Yet I could stand and warm lity iras at an end. i

I c providing sanitary conditions 1 the incoming tenant, and fortunately myself by has, fire and watch him "How came you to begin?" I askedAS t 1

/ J in the highest possible degree. for us they included Venetian empty his pockets as though (twe had curiosity overcame mere wonder r

t v---- blind, which were already down. It done nothing wonderful or wicked.. and a fascination for his career sradoally .I w

I li' I 1 t t I I By installing a "oStattda j \ was the simplest matter in the world to My blood froze. My heart sickened. wove Itself intd my fascination 1 \ k i Is a-veritable!* rs dragon- of sp CV V
stand peeping through the laths into My brain whirled. How I had liked for the man. more pbysical wrecks than Ill-health It leaves Ia it.path 1
1 One'Piece Lavatory in your the street to beat twice with my foot this villain! How I had admired him! ".\11. that's a long !':tory," said Raffles CBaOpecuifartOAmcrIeans,probably say other one dls.

sleeping apartment or dressing when anybody was approaching and How, ,my liking and-admiration: : must "It was In the colonies 'when I i "t, of the' HY7 malady Simply the : usuallly fur tloaa

chamber you will be provided once when all was clear again. The turn'to loathing and disgust! I waited I' was. out there playing cricket. It's too quininecrthaideadly Dot nemi-ealomel. .j wl.p

t noises that even I could bear, below for, the change. I longed to feel It In long a story to tell you now, but I was IIaces+:ary\5 friiIAffiSSBiSaa Lan'$ at an t
I with a scource of comfort not nb with the exception of one metallic my heart. But I .longed and I waited ; la much the same fix that you were in

{ otherwise obtainable. To crash at the beginning, were" Indeed in vain. l I. tonight, and 'it was my only way out.I HERBINEnuuknTLTccmi P

have running hot and cold Incredibly slight, but they ceased' altogether I saw that he was emptying: his never' meant it for anything more, acy form of maun. T* t. 1t 1

I desired ,M I I at each double rap from my toe pockets. The table sparkled with their but I'd tasted blood antI it was allover and is oint.-ae of their dcr t 1I
\ water as at your touch and a policeman passed quite half a board Rings by the dozen, diamonds 'with me. Why should I work SOopcrtottloALL aaa.crkidne y sa la D troahira ll I

a ,- will prove a source of delight dozen times beneath my eyesand the by the score, bracelets pendants when I could steal Why settle down All aatata.4t 1 r

ijvsow and satisfaction. man whom I took to be the Jeweler's algrets, necklaces, pearls, rubies, ame- to some humdrum uncongenial billet t
..eOMr.RTi ** watchman oftener still during the bet thysts, sapphires and diamonds always when excitement, romance, danger aud

t I ter part of an hour that spent!! at the diamonds In everything flashing ,a decent living were all going: begging it ,
If will call ve will take pleasure in showing the
you you window. Once indeed, my heart was in bayonets of light dazzling' me-blind- d,f together? Of course it'sery wrong,
+ tant fat'd'' one-piece lavatories and other fixtures of the same manufacture I I my mouth, but only once. It was when ing me-making me disbelieve becauseI but we can't all be moralists, and the DEALERS.CONSOLIDATED .

; we.have displayed in our showroom and will supply you the watchman stopped and peered could no longer forget. Last of all distribution of wealth is very wrong. .. i

with information / through the peephole into the lighted came no gem. Indeed, but'my'own' to begin with. Besides, you're not at --
required to secure a perfect plumbing job.
li shop. I waited for his whistle. I wait- volver from an inner pocket. And that it all the time. I'm sick of quoting: Gil 1 t

ed for the gallows or the Jail! But my struck a chord I suppose I said some, bert's lines' t0 myself but they're profoundly GEOCERY CO

WICKE & CO. signals had been studiously obeyed. thing-my hand flew out. I can ,see truer I only wonder if you'll

ij ijs and the man passed on in undisturbed names now as he looked 1I.t'me' once like tbe life:as much as I do."

serenity. In the end I had"a signal in more with a high arch over each clear "Like it!"'I cried out. "Not I! Its MAIN. OFFICE.', ] BRANCHES.Jacksonville. .
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my turn and retraced my ,steps with eye. I can see him pick' out"the cartridges no life for 'mel! Once Is enough! :.-- \If.I '- 1

lighted matches! down the broad stairs, with his quiet, cynical smile "You wouldn't give,\ me a hand another Florida. Savannah, .'aampa. Penaacola

.JIll -- down the narrow ones, across the area before he would"give me my pistol timer '
and up into the lobby'where Raffles back again. Don't 'D.sJl me Raffles. Don't ask .

4 B. L. HALL & CO. awaited me with an outstretched' band "lou maynt believe It. Bunny" said me, for God's sakeI :"' PAID CAPITAL, $500,000The 1

WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS "Well done, my boy:' said be be, "but 1 never carried a loaded one "Yet you paid' you would do any
"You're the same good man In a pinch before On the whole, I think it gives I thing for me. You asked me to name Consolidated! Oroieo ':Coapwny: IB aucvessor to the C. B. Robes

J t FOUR FULL QUARTS and you shall have your reward! I'\(' one confidence Yet it would be my crime. But 1 knew at the time Company; of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company, of Jacklonflie! ;
.OF. got 1.000 worth if I've got a penn'othIt'a very you didn't moan it. You didn'tgo the grocery branch, of the Florida: \1'&val Stores and CommissIon Company l
all In .And bereVsomething of Jacksonville, the grocery branch J f the Mutual 1 Naval Stores Company, at
< pockets. back
my on me oaight.! and that ought to
THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY- Jacksonville:" the ;grocery branch of Ills Gulf Naval Stores Company, 01
: else I found in this locker- Florida and Alabama; satisfy me, goodness knows! I suppose JkCipA; the grocery branch of tae 0,1 Naval Stores
Company of Penoacoli
t decent and same cigars, Via :
very port ungrateful and unreasonable the grocery branclr of the West Coast: Naval Stores
FOR $3.50. meant for poor, dear Danby's! > bus-nes! LAND COMPANY: and all ,that. I ought: to let it end at !' the grocery branch or the Southern, Naval Stores Company Company, of Savannah of Pensaccia,

Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get 'your friends. Take a pull and you shall Manufacturers of this. But you're the very man for me. I Will, handlt everything, In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Do-nest'l:
" light up presently. I've found a lava Bunny, the-T'cry"'mnn! Just Unik I and Imported Groceries: Turpentine Tools, etc. State
goods the same day order is received.) Give us a trial and Dealers.in Agents for the White
tory, too, and we must have a wash how we' gat through tonight: Not a wi I korv Turpentine Waoon
,
t order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla. and brush up before we go, for'I'm as SHIN scratch<-uot 'a bitch. There's nothing

r. -- black as your boot. very terrible In It, you see. There ue\' CM.:'. COVINGTON MANACER PENSACOLA BRAhCii.New'Crop .
; ; t SCV'ERTfs'EM The Iron curtain was down, but he, er would be while we worked together" i
THIS I
REA D I Insisted on raising' it until' 'J:::could' Morris Dannkisser lie was standing'in front of me witha -

1i peep through the glass rloor"'ori the band on either, shoulder. Iltr was ,

other side and see his liandiwork'- In (Form rlv_of Dannheisser Bros) sOlOing ;as-he knew .so well how to Cane

the shop beyond. Here two electric! Pure Old Rye' and Bourbon, Fine smile. I turoe1 011 my heel and planted Syrup i
FAMOUS lights were left burning alj' long Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
E5 (I nlghj nsy elbows on the chimney piece and i
and In their cold white rays I could at burning bead between
Old Specialty my my hands.
Hickory My
I first see nothing amiss. I looked alongan Whiskey Y text' instant a still heartier band bad Put up i in all size packages
FASHIONED 12 'Zarragossa] : Street, I :
I OLD orderly lane; an empty glass' conn.- PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. fallen on my:back.

1 ter on my left glass cupboardsof untouched t "All right my boy! You aN quite
1! --'- '
i SHIES silver on my right and facingme saC I'm WRITE FOR PRICES
J right; worse th.ui wrong. / I'llneT'tr
the filmy black eye of 'the ,peep'hole ask It againCo if you,want to

P that shone ]like a stage moon on and come again about' m'dday' for the I r

t. .' (FULL LOGICAL APPEAL-TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE. the street The counter bad l+ot been EVERY DETAIL IN, cash. There was rio bargain, but of Supt. Stores, Southern States lumber Company

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t contents were"In
emptied by Raffles. Its
+ 4 ,eo'u"e III out'ot "
t, get you your-scrape, t
I QTS. We believe ANY MAN will guagehis purchase of the Chubb's safe, which he had given THE OUTPUTOF especially after the way ""you've stood PENSACOLA, FLORIDA

t .tUolot YE" Whiskeythroughanintelligentretazdforhi4health. up at a glance. :Nor bad he',looked by pf! tonight** ,, ,
:
We KNOW that ANY man is TOO intelligent to buy imitation at the silver except to choose a cigarette ,
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again with.
was b'ood --- ;:
-' whiskey after he discover? he baa been case for me. He had confined my' 15e!
ut-1- tricked." The crusade against adulterated articles himself entirely to the bop window: LAUNDRY WOR(( on fire. I E B. ACOSTA, & CO Prompt delivery to any: part of
said
of food and drink has been so pronounced that the "I l1 do It again I through my ; city.
4 eachsecured
buyer has learned the importance of investigating This was In three compartments is most carefully guarded teeth.He. : Office and Yard-22: to 2S N TarraNheletare -
f
l 1O f.f t fc#win*+' L" e1HOROUGHLY before accepting the claim of any for the night by removable and every effort is madeto shook' bis head. '"Not you" he .ndRefaftDeafsrs rll, Bona St.. Pe sacola, Fla. Fbo t'J.
You can't panels with separate locks. ,Raffles and "
minimize
ft .H4LLEVGS investigation. wear
'dealer. we said'ainlingquite
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UUSKEY : good hnraoredly
i S'toe too: critical suit us. Our Famous Old-fashioned had removed them a few hourg-before tear. In this way the life on ICE
Insane enthusiasm. WOOD AND
1 pre- vHvhiikies are far removed from the possibility of eritF their time,'and the electric light &;shone I of your collars, cuffs,' my**( COAL
tb.aQy will! I cried, with an oath.
I -paid 3detn. They are s*pare 5 NatnreY own V>l Mlato on a corrugated shutter bare alt the shirts,' and other gar.. "I'll -
jte .
1; I
letL11t6e band often
maltaad.taaips lend a as as like. --- -
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you you -
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.kolQZholdsttoatdbe'wfr ribs of JnQ'lfo! ments Is lengthened. 1-
yh an empty carcass. !
a atkt terlrii ....
or Ship ate All the. What does It matter now? I've been I -1""i ..... ,....,.... -r-.tUL:
i T.SAameLfnes thtm. Q7na endoreeus.Our ticle of value was gone from .One "
1 aas fora:k YYpt s In l It once I'll be In It I'vegout
;: ,, again.
odeSr *change earttntii Anaaq. place window which In was the Invisible door Elsewhere tr'IXfthe: little all The Star Steam to"the.devil anyhow.' I can't go SHINGLES SASH D ORS WINDOW GLASS. ij J

i 4t ,, Id% t rmsne t eustomer. And back and wouldn't if I could. Nothing .
was as it had been left overnight! : Laundry.
G but for a train of mangled doors behind '.natters another rap. When you II BUILDING MATEnl L. |J
37 E4 Garaen St. Phon 114.' want' I'm man." j ,
the Iron curtain a. bottle of,wine! me your 4
4 and, a cigar box ,with, which ,liberties Pensacota. Fin. Aju}'that Is how Ra files and I joined I Phone: II. M.\ G. DeSllVJCO.. ;

Jwd_been taken, a rather ,black tow e l felonious forces on the Ides of March Ll'li-: ,_ _"i1 ':

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