The Pensacola journal
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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Democratic Members Pass Resolutions SANTODOMINc1ORJ3BJ3LS I I Fai/I/reof Congress to Make Appropriation !

in Caucus Bind :," Necessitates Laying Off Large .

ing All to so Vote. SURRENDEREDARMS AllegedSENTENCED : Number of Men.Nearly -

.one hundred men, all Of) out of employment In other yards of
Several Speeches Made and Pat EXPECTED FOR SOME TIME TO COME-PEOPLE, ANXIOUSLY enced whom have been working,at the Pen- the country, the Pensacola yards having Fast Approached by Repre -

terson Bolts Caucus. AWAIT PASSING OF TREATY. to Imprisonment',and a sacola navy yard, are, out of employ the number to reduce employed.its force according to sentatives of Powers at

ment. This is the result of the failure Most of the men who are laid oft

$500 Fine. cf congress to pass a defiency bill providing are skilled mechanics and receive Algeciras. .
I By Associated Press. further, disturbances for some time to for the maintenance of the good salaries. Many of them .have
MALLORY AND TWO OTHERS': VOTe Santo Domingo, Feb. :3-The last crme. yards, especially i in the steam engineering homes in other cities and since they
band of rebels has surrendered ana The passing of the treaty with theUnited department and has practically coulo! not secure employment at the
EC AGAINST CLAUSE BINDING States it is claimed will secure NOTICE OF APPEAL' GIVEN AND stopped all work in this department Issue Control of -
.the whole republic is now at peace yard hare returned to their homes. Hinges on Moroccan
permanent in the island.
peace ,
MINORITY TO VOTE AS A UNITTO and as the ',oH'rnment forces capturedthe The people here DEFENDANT RELEASED UNDER Efforts are being made by: the navy'
are anxiously awaiting .
It is estimates ,that while nearly: department to have congress pass ,a Police.
arms and amunition of the rebelsit the decision !
OPPOSE MEASURE-HOUSE will be 'difficult for them to cause of the American sen- $2000 BOND-SECONDTRIAL FOR one hundred men have been laid qff at deficiency bill, and if so those who t
ate. the local yard,, fully one thousand have lost positions at the yard will re- :
WRANGLES OVER RAILROAD FRAUDULENT USE OF MAILS skilled machinists and engineers are i sume their work it they so desire.


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By Associated Press. By Associated' Prefs._ '

WahinoQ.TFb.; 'Democratic Jacksonville: ,Feb.: 3. Mrs. Helen W. City of Valdosta, GeorgiaBy INTENSE. FEELING T&ST rfAaj\ f

irDttor: !\ i 'Id a caucus today; to de- Post.the alleged mental!healer, whose j ARISEN BETWEKN F RANCH AM
TO BESEEKINCRepoJjs ----:- DJ f :
ttrmla" tte policy of ,the party re-i INDICTED ON11CHARGES i patients were' in nearly: every stat. in I Associated Press. $60.,000'and' who -occupied a 'building. GERMANY OVER _

jirJms the! Santo Domingo treaty the union was convictd In the Unit Valdosta Feb. : .-Fire here this afternoon valued at 30000. The Georgia Southern M'A112'R. "I"

lit aue-jiioa: of wither or not theta )t ed States Court here today of using caused' loss of one bun 'red railroad lost its freight depot and

: ,>e tonsldiied: a party questions I I the mills fraudulently and watt sentenced eight or ten cars loadeai' with mer-
SEPARATION 1 and twenty five thousand dollars, partially chandise.( Their loss is fifteen to By Associated Pros.Algeciras .
w opposed by Mr. Patterson at some to serve thirty day imprisonment insured. The principal losersare twenty thousand dollars. Armour and Feb. 3,-The confereacaf i

k-n, .1. Titer were soseches on both and to. pay a fine of five hundred the Henderson-Cranford buggy Company's warehouse and two blocksof on Moroccan reforms hag now bef!a.
dollar'! who carried a stock of cottages were also burned.
.d.i Mr. Patterson .left the caucus I Notice of appeal was given company freed of the minor questions before It' 1-

ahl: ire: time for vote on the resoluutu ; and the defendant was rel: as d undera and finds itself fast approaching the

'.: pr'tentaJ was rached and its Widely Circulated But Can. Twenty-Five Indictments Returned two.thousand dollar bond.i ,I graver issuqs' which have heretofore :f.

.s! uadi-rstooj: he would not hi This.ts.the second trial Mrs. Pot
bj.FUd'F l ;: the eauctSj action. The cantu not Be Confirmed in Reliable Against Chicago Circuit having ben convicted two years igo' FRENCH CHURCHI IT mm WILL caused bona between a serious France strain and in Germany.the vela .I>
aij'iuined passing two reola -
', and sentenced to a, year a ::1'a (day in
i<,au> more Uan two-tcirds of ttuj Quarters. Court Official. This issue hinges oa who shall con
prison but on appeal thedecision: was
to. .t, fallows e trol the police of Morocco as it appears
"it..tir 1. That tha jsnats; : ought --' rsversed.Mr to be recognized that whoever
not ii ..outfit> to the treaty betweenthe By Associated Press. By Associated Press. } Post Is *v nt'th-e years old I NYENTORIES.CONTINUE : BUILD FINE controls this *
semi-military organize
toted States and the Republic London, Feb. 3.-The Paris correspondent Chicago Feb. 3.-enty-five: in- and claimed to curs_ uman ills by .
tloa will control Morocco itself.
o! Snow: Domingo, now pending before Exchange Telegraph Coai- dictments were returned h-day the, absent' treatment. !
r..r -oaie. against John A. Lynn clerk of the J Delegates to the conference have
at'..lived. That it t o,thirds of 1 re-liable circuit court and for eight years clerk shown increasing anxiety at the ap-:
tbicauca: vote la ta\or of the fore-. of the'superior court. The charges MANY REAL HOUSE proach of this issue knowing the intense
lo.113 solution: it shall be the duty,JDe'I' Castellane is seeking a jualcial against Lyman are embezzling larceny feeling that has arose between .
ul i taei democrat!; senator to' vo:* separation from her husband on the and forgery.A .. France and Germany, and accordingly -
*S Gearln indictments Lynn accompanied by his ,
Taj :.jt-naioiu absent were e are doubling their efforts to >
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MoUiurin. Patterson Stone Taliaferr -: MANY RUMORS HAVE attorney, called) at'tbe office j>f ;:t Proceedings Passed Off Without Has Purchased Block at Cost of cure accord before the question;

">, Te.. r and Carmack. Of thos vo-i i1ill BEEN. CIRCULATED State's Attorney Heal}" ana; gaves,,a reaches an open conference and theryaert >
;. o-iU! (Clark cf Ar;:an< as, oppose J I -- *- 'w >. "P bond of 5S5.000, _.,.,- y-. .',-,. Iany'rear..e tQ.flaaii,>|ffyWiireTuririg"ril1ie cioseo Yiolence.Several'DisturbersSentenced! <.:=-I!. $20JOO"on"{ Hortf1--.: .an_ )peujrontroversy, and >PO*
In addition to the charges of financial < past week, and property ; a .
the th) -I resolution: Senators Mallory -i Feb in- slbly a deadlock. "
Paris. ; Althou'gh diligent
irregularity Lynn id accused in valued afover $60,000 was purchased .
Daniel and Clark, of Arkansas, made in Hill. ,
!quiry has.been many quarters one indictment of conspiring to keep through one agency alone while other to
\oteil aainj the clause binding the regard the truth of widely
in to a the firms'did a large business. IMANV
fiom 'grand jury witnesses whose
niinoi,M as a unit ta oppose .the, circulated that countess De J GERMANSARE
report evidence was important in his case. Hooton &, \ 'atson, 'ho handled the
tr.'ai'. jCastellane '(who was Miss Anna negotiations between C, Thiesen and, By Associated Press. I Possibly; one of the finest residencesto
Xrarh r .i i.\' senator; in attendance j, Gould, of New York) had separated JR. C. Brent for the Brent block unh Paris Feb. 3.-The taking of .in be erected in Pensacola will shortly COMING I s
hid! sonic-tiling to say on the subject:' fiom her husband, count Boni De SHIP CARPENTER .j f!\' Hill: also had a. large 'number ventories tit nuking.! the tr 'aUf's question a par-''Castellane, no, confirmation could be BADLY INJURED t of other'' salesAmang! Ihese was the provisions the church and state: Thiesen. At least it is reported that
:' pniK/ .. ikvial senators declared i i secured in any reliable quarters. !I coilne! : and final transfer T>f the separations law took place in 'three,ttte owner of Pen:>acola's big buiidin'g
'w' r i> .m.! <-.in- had a.r:adj made the : Many rumors have been In circulation Jno. BalKem, a ship carpenter employed property known as the Pfeiffer building churches here this afternoon, but'1 will," have erected for himself and family PARTY WILL REACH HEREABOUT
Diinunuau treita party question by 1, however. I : : by: the Marine Railway, had : at the corner of Zarragossa and passed off without iolence- Tha a home which will cost between
MI.!ILK f% irbupiHMt and en inia his hand caught in,a band saw Friday Jefferson streets adjoining the police clergymen! maa'e a, formal protest to1,!thirty and fifty thousand dollars and WEDNESDAY AND WILL LO-

;--,''m'l a>-:unu>nt.; were! malls if tie I afternoon and was most painfully In- station. The purchasers: were Chas. the commissioners' before they entered that he is now arranging to have CATE .IN PERDIDO SECTION. '
t imniirj':. hope I t0 accomplish anv- jured. H. BJ'ss! O. H. Bass; and C. U,Gant the Churches.A plans drawn for the proposed structure. -
iliu, ,1> a parl '. it noovd: them to: I" The saw lacerated the base; of th* Another sale was that of what is number of prisoners taken into .
imuidf,. lit' i r publicans ant rc-cstab- RABBI S.S KOCH thumb to an extent that may possibly} ,. known.as the Anderson; property Just crstody for assaulting the police during The location of the fine residencewill
li h to who the disturbances earlier in the r be on North Hill, where Mr. Another party of German will
> |pil > ti cipiinp. Senator Bal: ty necessitate an amputation. Bill..im i i north,of Seville !square parties
haOK. ,If, ,Iht' chief shakersoiciii3 was brought to St. AnthDnj's for at- intend residing;; there, while severalI j week were,tried to-day and given various Thiesen has just closed a deal for an reach Pensacola next Wednesday: antI +
: terms of imprisonment. I entire block. The property is known in what U known the '
t'u! -n tnu>: 'nt. tention. I I places on East: Hill changed hands I I will local as
as the Brent block, and is just northof Perdido section. This party comes
i the residence of Henry S. White. !I
HOLSE: Will CO TO from Chicago and upon arrival hers _
DSUSSING SPENDS THE RATE DAY QUESTION i of The property price paid was for 20000.this :!valuable piece I I!I will go direct to, the farming! section 1
'J' which :s being developed by the various
.. It is located in the very heart of the I IfhionabIe I .
r, colonies that have located in that e
'a: : 11111. F-b.:: :, and'
-Variousni \ district of the city,
PJJ !.1P railroad: rate question: ,with the fine residence and many improvements -!! section.The Pensacola Investment Company ;: rr
s'"I.i :tira.i: 'tl over in the house to- SEPWhere \ that will be made will,
which is developing the Per.ii'cIo
'iu in 'ihfour :I i
: tof nine speecha ... make a most beautiful l place. Germans
<< by locating there
"io":1!' :i i.i'inl six and one-half hour.1 .1. While the deal between Mr. Thiesen'
das arranged to bring the new party
Th" > .mrludc, <<', tic fifth day of the, ( and F, C. Brent, the owner, was not down from Chicago and will locateIbfm ,'
't'- ',1-' i IIn. the .' closet until yesterday, it has been
nit I end V- not jet. I !
1h' 't't""m.!'; of Alarann, said thi ? He Has Been Called to '. urder way for some time, Jf oton'.& near the tract now occupied by
the others which: have been brought
i'' ,
conducted the
41:1 in principle, i Watson having negotia- '
as' '...won law Mr. was as old Take of a Temple ai t tions between the two parties.TWO ., hereby the, san e company.
*}.'m ; Henry: of Tea;, Charge The present colony of Germans now
'," hra u was supnortpj: by ahAI'oll : located *n the 'Perdido section are well t
''!,mil, n .tad the count? t ;' .
t" \ ;; :Mr. Ksch. -- 'j I WOMEN WERE pjfawd l. and from reports are c1e-u'
\ n-in, explain! bow th bill
""- 'II ,, "'d 1 ing! the lards and making an excellent
11104 enough to include tIle .r(';- farming country of. the various tracts t
m" '411 express companies Mr. iI BURNED TO DEATHBOTH
1\"I\.I"r\\.f> \ ; Rabbi Samuel F Koch, the brilliant purchased.
o r
no, era'cnted an
meal' 1 H '(*"ra'lut the c'liin' r?bbi. in charge of Temple Beth-El I .
'h that control within a few
Tonsacola I
railways wa interference where he" THE .
Wash. .
"' months for Seattle. :
,f"'.'" ."f prop'rtj; Mr Cruuipack"ui will take charge of a ]ste. temple >nj!H CINA. s
ana: sieved, that t r,
economic :
Mndll, that thriving citv. r CITY OF BIRMINGHAM DURING
mJ'i. "N, would stil'! control rate This announcement has just been I 'R ya {
III! "'1 ih") "-houH, notwithstand- made, though Rabbi tendered bis: t YESTERDAY. I CONDITIONS'i 1t

1\ "all ,h.trn. I granted in the bill, resignation to the local consiesAtion ) Observer 'i

,Iii I I, ''":,'I. nroved; Mr. Floyd of about four weeks since; The rcs.igna-1 -- weather } y !: '
'ail 1 It Was the saving of accepted though it was acjcepted
1 ton! was By Associated Press. following to say.
I! duns from j-ociali'm and radim reluctantly, for the rabbi Hj, e. ': Birmingham.. Feb. 3'-2\liu': Ella Russell The area of high barometric pressure .
11' !:m .rai-- 'r jhau"a step' in that ..1'oa :- very popular with the con regatlot1..( t waj burned: to death here this afternoon central over the upper Mississippi ] 1 ,:

', for Mr Page, of North Carolina. He was not only liked by those of his| : .. '. her clothing catching fire valley Friday moruing has moved .
M." rn' .' l bill ;ai all its features faith, but a\:>o by everyone in the city., I ;, x ',' from an open grats. to the middle Atlantic states, cairsinz }
: Hozg. of Co'orado. opposed: Ho has rendered much assistance tol 'i" Dorothy Abernathy, daughter of W. a general and decided fall in temperature
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7tln- 'Xc.Mithf and judicial: func- the various charity organizations inj J _. ; Abrnathy.. was fatally burned tonight over the Gulf and Atlantic states,
ttr' 0 the !same bodr which he said their efforts to care for the poor and'II ; E' while playing with children -whowere temperature this morning 'ranging'' H
'_.::.r' suit by (the enactment of the many will regret that he Is to leave < throwing: lighted excelsior balls front freezing in Western Florida to .
ln- becomes -! : -
bill into law. for another city. His resignation 1 in Maine.! .
,. I soaked with turpntine.VOTE four. degrees below zero .A if'
effective in July. I yr depression of considerable intensityis J.
I The successor of Rabbi Koch has central Minnesota, l having i
decided upon although ,.,. '_
been .J
not yet TO ABOLISHCAME moved: from the region north of Montana
be'a '
i it is expected that he.will young during the past %4 hours; it has .t
man from Hebrew Union College. of, t : : caused a general rie in temperature

MERCERI Cincinnati. '. ,;: iil' Of FOOTBALLFACULTY from the Rocky Mountain to the Ohio il. '

____ I ARRESTED :! Valley and western Lake Region. 'ij,
Fair weather has prevailed throughout -
twen- >. Washington! and from Minnesota! "rand
PLACED IN HANDSOF Youn:. a colored youth 1T : CHICAGO AGREES TO SUP upp r Michigan to Western Ne.w : ,
ty-one years of age made a disastrous York, ".xhere light snow has fallen. }
PRESIDENT.By .- attempt to secure for himself a supplyol ... PRESS IT FOR TWO YEARS.By .. Fresh northastarly winds aloas l''
unlawful : 7R.J
: gents furnishing goods by a .. .: the Wait Florida coast will shift to '

j jtI i process. )[. &.. 0. '. southeast with conditions favorabbs : i
By Associated Press. J I While the employees busily of the engaged I ?.. ::::::=:" ,..... Associated Press.. for fair weather with rising temperature ;

,, t::h,''ng, on. Feb.The reply of Clothing Storewere night trad : ; -'. Chicago Feb. 3.-Members .of the tonight and Sunday. "
handling their Saturday ; 1jk .
ate Commerce Commission ;. ..
the faculty of ihe Universitycf
senate of
l'f the, floul'e resolution calling.on the Young came into the place of clothes and quie.ly I't 1 : Chicago to-day confirmed thfe action Three Hurt In a Runaway. ,
: dt'nI for information regarding selected a suit and intended : ----H I ol the united faculty in relation to t Houma. La., Feb. 3.-A runaway .1'- .
!! his fancy ; i
r aieeij Denied to please -
,"",,, i merger of the 'Penl1.i'Ia !- -French leave but football and its future, after' to, horse, attached to a buggy yesterday l
railroad! anti other companies to take Main street ran over aa
.Q.))1 Placed in the hands of the presi- was finally forcibly convinced his, 'aftera plan I, UXCLE SAil : "HlU.:.\K LOOSE WHENEVER YOU ARE ,A-MIN'D:. JQ1IX: HUT JK>NT. FORGET TH.SWBAPOS : hears deflate.The session vote enlivened was to bystrenuous abolish; football -]Italian afternoon woman on and child, and threw

I Xo iatmiation was 'given out chase of four blocks, that I Si" MINE. t % I for t"oear" providing -ochetColleges the occupant of the buggy, a nro "' ,
,'i \lh toI in toj
"IIn\ I is non reposing behind the I J la view .of the proposed revolution in-Cbina/tbe United States, Using the Philippines] "as 'a T>ase. .
it to1 Young serious .
{tt.. Must',e.president will transmit. 'tars of the county jaiL pared' ; .to look out for Americas citizens and American interests that may be endangered in Chlnav--Xe! Item The, proposition. -' .-1 J,parties sustained lijurU : j ;
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{ l 1 THE the TORE! Great Remnant t.} Sale Monday Great Gingham Sale Monday Bfi i if ila

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It PENSACOLA'S BARGAIN CENTER. ,.. ; .have gathered:together! all Remnants" of. Silks, Woolen. One case of'Dres's. Fine Dress_ Gingham, all new patterns, new ''Jru

N '> Goods, Table *Damask,. Dress .Ginghams. Waist Goods, ', styles, colors .absolutely fast to both soap and water, the l Qfkiri3
'Drapery Goods, White i Swisses.. .India i Linons, and' thousrnds that always sell for 15 cents'all over the city, -rJ
r fd .. 'I'.L L .. ., .. of, t others Here is;: curVmain chance to'.get Spice,Rgmitant.; --:. .EXTRA, ,SPECIAL '. : 'rJ

: ,u..'C, : : -- MONDAYWe : ;,- -: real cheap. Rerr&jnijer: ;,.we _are, .not. even going to consider. '-" ,- ': .,rJ

t c cost price. Better come'early and get' first'pick-_._ '.: 7 1-2 'cents. J
have gathered together for your special liking. we believe, one of the

.i. N tU greatest Monday collections morning at of nine value'giving they will bargains be ready ever for your offered inspection before ,in and this we city.can I Great Blanket Sale left Over From Lfct Week's Great Embroidery Sale !!J!'

t. ruf assure you, one and all, the prices we name you will more than appeal to you ti '

L N and cause you all to buy !freely of-all, these great, valued-giving bargains., -,. 4'tt \ ,-. : MONDAY: Fast Selling. MONDAY. ::;'

NSALE BEGINS PROMPTLY, AT9 O'CLOCK;!. c One;. case otC,: lorcd Blankets extra Five dozen Corsets, worth $1, $1.50 3.000 yards Embroidery, both Swiss I rrJ,

1 tt ru t! None sent out on approval and none exchanged. heavy, full 114. worth $1.50, and $2, special at 59 cents. and Hamburg! measuring from.2 1-2 to I +Nf

f 3 1-2 inches wide, edges nicely! finished, j rJ
III ;, tu -- -- ---- --- .. Extra- :Special 15 dozen 'Childs1 Heavy ''Fleece Unworth 8. 12 and 15 cents, extra special l l' rJ

derwear, worth SOc a suit, special at 15 'l,m J

!! Great Spread Sale Here Great Sale of Skirts. ..Here r 79, cents. cents. a suit.- .:" 3 cents yard. ,'; rJ N

run Nfi'j MONDAY. MONDAY." c Great Comfort.. e Great Shirt I Waist Sale Great Sale lace Curtains New Arrivals. \

; Three of Bed Spreads all Fine : : '
(U l, cases ;big,' Twenty-four Ready"toWear MONDAY. Mercerized de Union, : rJ

N rr I white beauties, Skirts: made of 'Melton a.nd Mohair, a I: 50 dozen Comforts full size, made M 0 N DAY M 0 N DA Y Silk Spot PI'Pongee I 303w

Buxton Spread, worth 51,50special 1 I' of Fine Laminated Cotton, mads: to : Novelty} !, ;

cud': here at 79 cents. full line of colors to select from, sell 'at $2iO-: extra ,special! ;here at 10 don Madras 'Shirt Waist, 100 pairs- of Lace Curtains-not New Embroideriss.i ."_ : ;.38
ru Eric Spread worth $1,50.> special worth $5.00, $6,00, $7.00 and $8.00, 159. strictly tailored In a full line of choice more'than 'two pair alike--measuring. Match Sets. "' : '"' ; rJ

I t rAu here at 99 cents. > a The balance" of 'our' Silk Downs patterns, worth $l.so to 12.23-extra from 3 to 31% yards long, at New Match Laces' Sets.: : N

I Comforts at Cost Price. special here, at 75c. COST PRICE. f
Essex Spread, worth 75c special EXTRA SPECIAL ._ New RIbbon' n J
"" here at 49 cents. i.' II I J

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Nature, the great landscape gardener the wild rice brooms which resemble'
:, seems to have laid out the town the bundle of brubh. old "Mother'
site of De Turnak Springs Florida;,-Goose" used to sweep the cobweb New Arrivals in AllDepartments
.. c =-.- which in its most pleasing features from the sky in our childhood days,,
lesembles the plan of that "City o!: and alas! the great pine forests, whose
:> Magnificent Distances" ,Washington,, Te Deum of praise ascended to their:
-: D. C. 1 Creator with thanksgiving ages before.:
i h A beautiful little lake one mile' in its blessings fell upon mankind. r
spark- The changes in climatic conditions
; circumference, clear as crystal
in Florida. 'a'urlng the past decade is '
; the' "fountain of youth represents New
ling as Waistings white and colored
,'" ,;-:. the Capitol in the plan. In no doubt largely due to the devastation : ,
'- truth..It is a capital lake bordered by of forest, which allows the '
New Dress
I. )) (S& .' -, .,. tall pines whose shadows sleep at the lag winds with unchecked of: the force ch1l1'j' '
S orange groves
\," night on its bosom, to waken at morn
.. t ....' ," .' by the thrill of the wild.duck's splashor Ah! the old proverb "plant a New American Lady Corsets
Fl. ) ; nand Jamie, when ye've naethinr else td; ,
d {* e i tfee/mo&lafi bird's conk
rl taming the purestwater In all'Flor; do.,I'll I "aye be growin'while ye'te.sleepln' / New W., B. Corsets
ida. so the State Chemist informs us. should be impressed upouj .
following the Washington model, a the youth of our land and lumbering]. New Laces '
:. basis .
-- on a retorestry made the safq-
,encircles the lake fromwhich r
.. driveway ;
1 guard of timber the heritage ,
r our reserves
streets radiate like the spokesof New
III/&i// + a wheel. of future generations. Lumber]
needs emancipation. Free lumber
The city claims to be built on the Bolero
that It may protect our streams and Jackets
;s hightest elevation of land In ;

.... '. and. thus crowned by, a. white water agricultural Emancipate interests.our forests and the, New Dodd
Dorothy Oxfords
.. ,1 '1. gem 'which.,reflects the, hues of the, of Floriaa will ,
c orange groves bloom In

: ;::i' \ :;., : uould rainbow have, 'and us, believe as the Old superstitious Ocean not peace front and kings plenty invasions.secure-from DFuniakBree the New Negligee Shirts for Men

very far beneath, it Is little wonder the
; .'" people have no use for the saloon. In
fact there is not one in the county,
,: I Cures Sciatica
and a more peaceable industrious
.:., community would be hard to find in Rev. W. L. Riley L. L. D.. Cuba, This week will bring big Arrivals:
New York writes: "After fifteen
jj.'i'J the A Southland.mile from ,the city Is one of the I days of excruciating pain from sciatic is all lines-Staple and Fancy Dress

j old time waterpower .grlst-mills. A rheumatism, under various treat Goods Neckwear Belts Buttons
I ,
'; hopper holding about a bushel feeds' ment I was Induced to try Ballard ,
the grain to stones that have done 1 Snow Liniment; the first application Ribbons Novelties. Keep in
:.f the I giving my' first relief and the second
for grinding
duty a
many year
.'. .., white corn of the South without burn- entire relief. I can give it unqualified touch with us for the best thingsdon't
'U recommendation. 25c. 50c, 100. Sold .
'k J ; ing Its sweetness by swift revolutions. last
:, I, f'. And such corn pones! Ah! it is the by all druggists
ra -. bread which the hurry of commercialism -
; { S has passed by. it has the flavorof Ckrt.tn... Gift .f I\a.....
: God's sunshine, the winds, and the Last Christmas in London it was ,Specials

; .: ,,' \ dews. quite the thing to give Christmas gifts
:: !) Blessings on the old miller as:: he el radium. Of coarse only'an infinitesimal .

rests in his, handmade cowhide bot particle of the precious substance 17 Skirts worth .$3.00 to $5.00
tom chair his war];}' is passing and:
;, I .: (. .; : : '. f u i* typical .o f: the old powder-horn was Inthi ed In the present.and even:
I ''t 1 I >y\ hU then the gifts coat"all the way from
\ the wall above
which hangstbn '
.. f 1 Jf1 choice $2.00'
head, too bowrfor! the rapid firearmsof $10 .to alit!. An Instrument called the your .
; .. '
,. spinthariscope which consist
the twentieth centuf). of 'a
., .. .. the "man1 lif'fI," email case about,the:iize of that .
'" .\,... ', Passing are containing 14 Skirts worth $6.00
:'. .;> ". wooden stick chimneys, the great iron a finger ring, contained the radium
.. 6 ,., :.... kettles for boiling the family washing; particle which was placed under
,- '\ "- ; : ': a small lens like a microscope. By choice $3.00
your .
; taking the contrivance Into a darkened
,; AFTER GRIPPEr room and looking through the eyepiece

.'" zJf .- one could see varying light fiishing.

: i. A Point la PvBfrtvatloo .
I -
7 For a century past probably lODger.
Any Severe Sickness Druggists PHOHf 189.
'. : ,.f' the rule .
', of the bt printers and publishers
t'" COUNTESS a.LGA VON HATZELDT. :J:" ..... .', :, H. White &. Co, Advise Pensacola has been Three words In the
: Who Will be Here Next Friday and Saturday In "The Little Duchess." +. I name construction are separated: bj, NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
People to Take Vinol. I Ii i commas" Two examples will Illustrate
the rule:
Last Night's Play. Dutchess.: "The Countess is a daughter Upon the death of the Count in this i i iI "John Jameg and Thomas have come" E. W. LAWHtHCf. Prsprl.tar.Vs/ 8 W.'\ Banana St. ".".uo'*. Fit
The dramatization of Hall Caine"s"gerna.1 of Count Edmund von Hatzfeldt country nearly twelve years ago the I '
As so punctuated the first Ii .....
in Pensacolajeeterday I who was compelled to leave Germany of Middlston l ,k name ,
City" was seen I young Countess and her mother were Mrs. S. C. Berry, 'vocative the second and third -
afternoon and last night bj a number of years ago because of a left practically penniless. I Conn., writes: "The grippe left me ins Two nominative.
z. two fairly good audience I duel with another nobleman, in which II The Countess has In the role of the a very weakened condition no appetite : persona have come.
Tho leading role-Donna Roma-is: (the Count -killed his:: man." His es little dutchcss one of the most congenial thin nervous no vitality and a. "John James,and Thomas have come."
played by Mi.** Jane Kennark and it"tales were confiscated and the Count that she luvj neld in all her I bad cough. I had hemorrhages and 1 1i And now the three names are all
a It:'DOt too.much to nay that the rls.estfthe Himself was forever thereafter .1 man threatrical cal eer, and -\vith her petite i nothing seamed to help me., I. read nominatives. Three' person bar come. I SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR A FEW DAYSThe
great climaxes of the part to a 1 without a country until he secured and charming manners her decided I of what your cod Ihvroil preparation.I The tw& meanings can be indicated
degree that la rarely witnessed. This:naturalization papers in the UniteaSlates. either and characteristic style of act : Vino!, had done for others and dsclJ-:: otherwise: only by a footnote.-NVw j i
1' 18'Mia, Kennark'a first appearance in,I I lag she will prove herself a decided! ed to try it. I found taat it soon gave,: York Times. .
Pensacola ana she charmed everyone Efforts were made several times to I favorite here' as she has in the larger I a hearty appetite; my cough disappeared s and commodious
who saw her. have the German Reichstag grant to: cities! where the bas apparetf t: BO much:J: me health and: strength r-' % Stubborn Op .|BK. large two-story dwelling
\Vm. Bonney as David Kossl' is well,1 the banished nobleman the right to return Tnc cast. Is one of exceptional merit+1 turnd until; my I felt like a' new creature,, The bead of the household was going j situated at 314 West Belm&nt street, withservant's
elected I for the part, but last night ho.I to the Fadcrland: but without I II and Iii composed of some of the cleverest i I consider Vinol wonderful medicine,1 I through; her husband's pockets the next j j I quarters in the yard, lot
to be laboring under a ,vocal people in:the,musical comedy line. -
vitality 5'I j I
difficulty which greatly hampered him:I The beauty chorus is one of the best t' as It" makes stiength and sfast I 1;, morning.What kf'pt- out : 80x180 feet? if sold at once, at '$5250
you so
and partially spoiled the effect of his: !in musical 1 comedy and was especiallychosen :, late last| $1250 cash balance in 1 2 3
A member of the above firm saga; night T she suddenly demanded and 4 years at
la a able for its to sins and
nork. He however very fitness
success.Economy "We have sold in our store amore t -It eras the
never opening of the six
upport for the great role which Miss: ; dance and to perform ;acc tLtely! and campaign,j per cent interest. .
Kennark pllQ'S.I'he cleverly the many evolutions required valuable 'trsngth-creator and tj j j i my dear," the lesser half replied. ;'I II

t balance of the cast is of very of it. In every "way the piece is one health restorer: for the because convalescent VlnollcOCtalrtlJ ,I "Well it didn't take three corkscrew Comfortable five-room situated at 914
is cottage
G ordinary material but their parts are .,of the best bfore the publIc'and up to than Vlaol. This to open it did itT'And j
call for the best work and the in a concentrated form all she.drew the offending articles East Jackson.street} must go at once -
not such as present time has pleased immense ,
withHood's oil
Is of cp4 liver ,
which they are expected a strong point the vital principles I fnm' his.: side pocket and waved them at. il/UU
t 'with the support ly, wherever..U has. presented.. hut without: drop of oil to upset.the t /I /I .
the play is very acceptably '- before him.-Cleveland Plain
to 'give Deafer
Sarsaparilla. A if desired.HOOTON
; stomach and retard its work. Easy terms .
t bottle lasts longer and does ( 'F;;&. A. M.: :',*,Vinol tpnes u-J the digestive organs; t '_ ,w.r4U.. j
: communication t strength oTeverror-:
A special of Pensa- and rnewsih4 '
Dutches .
"The 'I I "Yes. said the condescending ,
'THeatre goers will be pleased to: more good than any other. I icola Lodge No.of!. F. & A. M., will', Ban! of the body.: 1 I '"I am taking fencing lessons." youth 1
in Penuacolawho
that the Countess Olga *'onHatzfetat held Thursday night. All members We ask every person '
tLe "
know 'It is the medicine of | ben ill <*.try Vnol on Giltguaantee 'Good, answered Farmer Cornto; WATSONLEADING
musical qomedy has t
[ r the noted only are fequesfed tpbe?present: \and: :visit : &
here next Friday'and : ;,, ,to"hnlld, &enitip'aud make *el.Hl' -alia*said 1'ou'trop'gotnt to tarn
. t etarwiU Saturday appear in the opera house in a which can truly be saidIOODOSESONEDOLLAR. ing brethren;invite: By order of I them well and strong. Wa return:. In *n* do Bomethm' useful. What your
! > splendid 'production of Anna Hejds T. B. HARVEY, W Men money jr it rai1 W. H.White & Co., specialty goto to be-rail, stone or REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTSr

,; I \. well Know succet*, 'The Little .i M. SO LO.d >N.,tSec. druggists. barbed wire?"-Washington i Iar.d .

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\ E. M. Henry! and, A. J J. Knight are 1)I SALES

High in Their Praise of I .

Be Cross .
You'll : This City. I oJIt

As a Bear _\ rrfd;ut k Millenary! : or bC'8\>1.1 : fr.-w J . .
Hoard of Health and Hon. A. Jl: Knignt, -. ... ;,.S>:
ou lilies our 1)"Cia' boti; of Tampa who were rE'ct'ntsi.- Y
-4h' afCLOTHING. ton |to Pens cola. ar,> high In their ; <

UNDERWEAR, I praise of l'casacoa! and the mann 'r I i > THE BUSY .
in which STORE ,
SWEATERS AND SHIRTS. they were entertained on ; ,
their recent, viilt. The Tampa Time* i .
It.- our b'st sale of the
recent data contained the follow1nS '
ar. Our prices will. I ,
regarding taeir vi tit:
h. ar us on: in thin state- Tllon. .\, J. KniglJt; and lion F:. M I IJl2'nlry '
jti'Oft iiuai.Iwar: in $11 this OU in Suits mind.In -'turned yesterday from avery |' Will be the Most Attractive of the Season. The First on the List will be a
interesting and pleasant visit to
I i. ak!, !blues and' fancies.il Jacksonville Pjiisa- .
and ,
go ar $ ).Oo. See the I coa.! : ;, '
la tie latttr city; thjy spenta Special Introductory Sale of
ini-tion\ on Sw?at2IH.I wees; and wire royally entertained'!
I ud rw *ar and Shirts
in by the lading citizens of the city! ,)
comer being takjri for a trip over the magnificent .
I I.111' harbor on the government V3s- :
s>l stationed there and being thguots
: of honor at a splendid banqun. ,] -
The geiitL:: njcn "rntnusiastic; in :! .
\ (d t heir praise of l'cn.-acola anti its hospitable : ,

,l TttESEi1! BUILD great they predict city.and; enterprising that it .s; to(people become, an a I Our New York buyer made a fortunate purchase last week at a Peremptory Sale of Laces and Embroideries .,. !

.... Th pt>ple of I'ensacola were particularly -!: by which we are able l to offer you a very choice line to' select from at a
-- ,. .. i ti? Hd to extend courtesies! :!

For Expert Watch Repairing and zcaloUt to. Mr. work Jicndry as, president ingratitude of the for state his I Saving to You of 25 Per Cent. :,

Engraving, go'"to > .I.board of'h dItJ.l- in their behalf:! durjng .... '. '::1' :
the '. .. .,
Y cpiJfitiV ofT yellow: hrer which ;: w: 0...! ','" :J \. .. '_ "' .
prevailed In that city last fall ilr.ileudry .
J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler, was in constant communicaj :

The 213 Latcst South Designs Pahtox' _-Street in Watches_; Jr..r,: tionj nation wh.'a'inll:\vith/FtataSHealtif, aivf:: h'rrgnal cocp'raKlwith': ; c: ,rrg-Officer hll11""tD.Pbrterf: : I' j JSpecial gale- tfewt-t; i];';;:,; t A Special ale'y'i s : ., }1:. .' 'Special" ',. :"; Sale 'of'. New h t\ *

!I18-I ifmor b'c and successful fight:! -
and, Jewelry. *. t hit veVy wannvr within his power Val. Laces. S '3200 yards' of XeSpri g Silks arrived 73c Faille! Brilliant Silks In all the White Goods.
"Mr. Saturday They are undoubtedly popular colors special for Monday t
Knigdi in
.' man ,today conversation, expressed wlh'a'Times his: New Val Laces, worth 25c:; per'doz the grandest \' we have'ever .. . . '. .. .47c .: All the newest effects in new Cot

R. K. WHITE ; amazement at taa'' extent of tile ship-I en, to go for .. ,. .. .. .15c offered. Come to the Opening Silk 21-inch Silk Crystal Crepe De ton Dress" Fabrics' tor th' cowing; S*It. :
MorHay'and how we do busl'niesp. .
Watchmaker. Manufacturing, Jeweler'plug .intert.osts.of ,.the' Deep Water New Val Laces, worth 39c per dozen Sajs,.. ': will see Chne, in champagne, light blue, ,. I', >on.
and Graduate Optician. city He says it hs? :' to so for. . .. .. .25c One.1 tot I'y, of Fancy pav yon.Novelty Louis-' golden brown white, nile, pink ;: Slier Whits India Linen,

30() S. Palafox St., Pnsacola-Fla. i i than thirty! large .ve !;J.1om'that'lesit'j: : Finest oc Val Laces and; Insert- ine Silks worth 59c for. .39c ,: navy and black worth Jl.OO.per special' Monday. ., . .9c
harbor . .. ... .
i taking'on or Ings In this sale. sale-' lard, special. i
goes". 10 pieces New Fancy Shot Taffeta 18c White India Linen, a very
1 Finest; lOc Val Lace anil Ins rt.Ing'J Silks beautiful styles regular : Pagoda TaffetaSilk, regular -. .
special purch have
TERSELY TOLD f" RHEUMATISM 1 1I We are in this now sale' in a. position. .. ."'to. show. .7o .- 75c One"all1).21-inch;s,.. Monday.Stylish. ? .Illuminate .. .59c ,90c special value,Monday.in black. and. .:. .colors ..-.59c. 'now' for. ? e.;. you. .can, ...1 Oc_

... I When pains or irritation exist mil'! you all the newest patterns -in matca > I taffetaSilks made to retail Best $1.39 36-inch black All Silk 25c, Sheer White Persian Lawns,
E UiPriiblau! left last night for'MoIi anyjparfof tha body the ttpplicatiouo $l.OO and J1.19. special Swiss Taffeta great bargain and India Batiste sPclal Monday
1 sets of French and round thread Val '' ,.foe a
, and Now Orlejns on a businessMr. .. Ballard's relief -SnowLiniment F. W. Sullivan Prop.gives"prompt I Laces,. at very 'special prices. .oJ r" i Monday.... ... .. ''. . .79c for Monday. .. .. .. .89c ;-. .. ., .. ... . ..19c -
\.bl.: .
Sullivan Ilous?. El Reno O. T., writes. 5c and 7c 'Torchon 'La eJ and In- Sc White I..awn. special: Monday
'I sertings, now only; . ..Sc [ i .. . .' . .. .. .5c -
and Mr E. J. Schwarter, of I June C, 1902:!: "I take p'eastire: in rec- ; New Baby Irish Point All -Over Laces.CleanS .
I It,;ia. Kansas are anion.; the visitorsto oinmendinc: Ballard's Hnow Liniment Sc and lOG Torchon Laces and Insert .. lOc White Checked: Nainsook: special -
are now in the city on pleasure,fto all "who: are: are-:afEcted: ,with jrbeu- ing;,now only; ,, ... :. .o. ., .5c' f SPECIAL VALUES AT 39c, 45c i broideries and'Insertln ? we are now. Monday. .. .. .. .. .5c
: matism It is the only 'remedy I i One lot of Pure Linen Torchon One lot-of 7c and lOc Embroideries showing a; 9c, 'l9c, and 25c p'er yard, See the special lines of new White! ,
rvntlorganized The Order of Eagles, which was re-I[ have found that gives immediate re-,I Lacas: worth 8c. lOc: and 12c Special.. .. +. . ...5cr'fb j. nothing like them ..elsewhere I : 'for the Goods on 2Salq Monday at 10c, 19c and

......ni'hi in the hall will of hold the Knights a meeting 01:I .**- '25c 50c and $1.00. Sold. by all '.I Special Monday. ,. ... .. ,5c "See ; .J.tandsome' line of .new Em money. l' 25c, r"1?f are b aut1?$. '

... druggist .
I')tbia.lIlf'rt. 1' -. .' : T

\ Meyer, the head of the ,va- j i! rip Damon Lodge, No.- 13. I :. .' : I IN AND SUITS I I

f"rir.i M i-d ver who?hoe! hra-iouarters Starts .i in diffuent are iu fr-Daiuon!:Pythias.: will(.Lodge hold, :-:0.a regular 13::. Knights meeting of :, : .. EXTBABIRGAINS COATS: ?. ... ':,:,;:.

Selma is a usitor in 'FensacolatV' '.-'-' j I Tuesday night, when every member 25 Man-Tailored' Wool Cheviot r'):Black and"White; ; .Worsted $10 rep. .. price oniyl-, <: :,v,$9.49Toadies' $15. ;)Rainr-roof" CoatST'extra good
j lIs requested to be present. 'The new Suits toclose! out at.u .. .-. .$3.95 a' 'ne.w fullback, in'tan'or Oxford.
Among the prominent: naval stores i j paraphernaliawhich was recently re- Suits worth $18 and $20 each, 1 $10 Taffeta Silk Suits* black and JS.'OO R [n-proQr Coats tan. I Special 1Iond.ar.t.: ;.,'. .' 10.39 I 1
'i'! ales in tae; citj yesterday were C. Iceived, will be in i>se, and there are I principally blues ant black, to whits; only to :Igo at. ... .. .$5.90 or Oxford"Spcial. Clean-Sweep: : $15Gray'Tourist.boats,. new and I. :
W Been of Baxley: Ga., B. C, WiUliiiius. ; itwo candidates; Jo be i initiated in the clean them out quick we say.$8.90 $16 -All-Silk\ Chiffon Taffeta Suits. price.T .. .i., . . ..J5.95 stylish Cle Swap. Ionda)'.$7.90
of Ljcal. Ala., :and J. C: Frill, ( third rank. Members of sister lodges '. .. .. 1
o:: I. ult" Ala.] 1 and visiting brethren are requested "

Joseph Tickets; Santo for 1 the for ball the to benefit be given of the by I t-j'be 4 present. .5' .I I : BARGAIN SALE OF DRESS GOODS. .- I I

'arnhsl' Association are now on sale 1 lot of 50c al Wool Suitings, in good colorings 1 lot'of 40 inch Suitings S5c i
Jacquard formerly
l by Mr Best 39c All Wool Tricot Flannels, all colors,18'/ic
ii i is ,Santo and Earnf.,t McVoy, and Eggs Eggs Eggs I Clean! Sweep prices .. .-. .. .. .. .35c and-4oc per yardto so now at. .. . .19c
expected that inasmuch 50-inch Scotch and Yankee Tweed Suitings, for
as the inches '
1 lot of $1.00 Mohairs- wide Wide.: :
trim:.tiaI10li i is being thai! given to assist the as- Fresh Guaranteed Tennessee Eggsat merly $1.00 and $1.25 value, very, nobby styles $1.50 French Broadcloths and Liberty Prunella, Clean Sweep Prices. . .. << . .59c I 1-T j
1Jit' the sale will be a large $6.00 per crat?. I to go in our big Clean Sweep Sale at. .. ? ,.59c beautiful finish sponged and shrunk to go at. .98c 75c Mohair: Sicilians! ,: all. colors, to go at. .49s:
ED. :M.:\ POOLEY :
.rut. I. B. .Allen who has just Wholesale Commission Dealer. '

ill nosed Fillingim's.a five month was in? the term city:of :yestei'lay school- ,Phon3 1121. 2feb3t. I BARGAIN SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEAR.: \ 1.1

and was verjenthusiastic over NEW CONCERN PLACESBIG
'Ibe rooi.ork of the term. He had ADVERTISEMENT 25c Embroidery Trimmed Corset Covers, to go in 40c Lace Trimmed Muslin Chemise, to go in this to go Monday on special bargain counter at$1.19

in.: average attendance be says ef SO this sale at Y. .. ... ..t.--.... ..>.. .. .. i .. ...15c sale at. ... .,. .. .. .... ..Y. ... . .. .... .29c $1.00 Embroidered and Ribboned Chemise, to go '.i 1
lr (i-ent, end two of his small pupils Attention is c; id to the advertisement I' I 35c Tuckd and Embroidered Corset Covers ,to rOc( Lace and Embroidered Muslin Chemise, togo in this sale at .. .. ...... ." ,. .. .75c j
"3"U\ )" per cent on deportment an-1 in this issue o! the Pensacpla' go in this sale for. .... .. ...... ... .. 25c 'J in this sale at. .....:\.. ... ... .. .. ... .35c '
hilt nllall't'. Cement Stone Co. of which C. Gunter Tucked and Embroidered Corset' Covers, togo 63c; Tuckd;::: and Ruffled Gowns, special prica for
Elmore is President ana.( General ;39c) in this 'sale for. .... .. ... . ..,. ... ..49c 75c Embroidered and H. S. Ruffled Chemise, togo this sale. .. .. . .. .. .. . 0' .. 49e
Six'.',"!n defendants were ..bt'Jore'f.fl'ord"r )[tna&er. Concrete in its several I One' lot of Best $1.39 Gowns. Skirts and Cnem-- .. I at. -.. ..... ... ... ...:.. ......... .. .. .SOel 75c Lace Trimmed Gowns to go in this Clean

Iu iht taupe }estera'ay mornins I forms Is generally conceded to be tbmodern f Ise, beautifullymade, special Monday .'. ,95s l $1.50 Gown Chemise and Skirts choice: line ... Sweep Sale at. .. . .. .. _. .. .,,59cBoys'
municipal: ourt. Three of tin building material a? it attest .
t.es \\(.rt.' continued, one defendant 'e r wvfti a\ sentence of thirty days, atrj whole 'country. lit being extensively, "

M Sl l Ii.I}llriri O vt*<.[I'rl Fints
: and hi! active competition with l : ,.
listpre I natural stone. ) kerchiefs.
department\ ha a call 'e'3- and Comforts.Best s .
; ) ts
i Cement Stone Company ;
1.0x afternoon about 5 o'clock from The Pengacgla heir blocks under ., From 9 to 10 o'clock.Jaa' .
<\ the blaze being at the manufacture .0' We have Just received th"- entire
two- .
: d the Miracle Patent which gives a wall) $1.00, 10.. Blankets, to 10. ,_ '. ,- -
'aing. a; the Hoe of
nTi comer of Hayne ; -- sample a prominent Balfast
;: continuous partitions with d, .. 1
: .
'a.--mm of three .69= '
: "
Monday pair. ; '
: per Han '
streets. ikerchief)
"f'r burnedd A few shingles double staged row o*. air cHs insuring -, H.' :* ( lot Torchon Lace Edge and Overcoats size from 4 to ; ;: Manufacturer. By th'a
fo'II\'c' fine. having ignited from a de- absolute dryness and a build 11-4 extra> good- t;.i', -v Lace:: Beading :for 1 hour only, 8 years, formerly S..; to $6.73; ,- fortunate purchase, we are in a position

.I ''hear'or lug: much cola'This": ,Jess: susceptible: is an especially to exterior attractive $2.00 quality, special Blankets Monday. ..$1.25 ". y:per yard. .: .. . ..1e for one hour Monday only.$1.93A to in offer pure th Linen> most Handkerchiefs.t wiptln? bargains

XI'X' t : giving Beet lOc and 12 e'Outi Flan- .Ladies' Hemstitched all linen
lime | feature for our climater g
try little Ribbon Lemon broken Hue of small Men'sTwed I
II; Vanilla Best $;).00 All Wool Blankets Woroughiy 1 . .. Handkerchiefs, mad? to retail at
: absolutely! pure, twice a dry cool house during the summer nets, for this sale ,? .6?..c
a. MIand gilts desserts goe the. "Blue I months. scoured and.shrunk, ppecial -. and Fancy Worsted 15c, our special price )Iondar. .I,9c
hron: : Fla.,"or'" ,- ?!I it is claimed, that the cost 'of construction l per pair. :Monday.:\ -.. :$3.49 ,I ;3c and 7c Torchon Laces and In- Suits, sizes 33 and 34, formerly LaJljJ extra fine all Linen Hand-
: i is l lc- than the\ cost of brick; -- sertingj, special. .. .. .: 3ry.c.. sold for $12.30 and $13.30; for kerchlt-fa.; would be considereda
----:- ..- '- more than wood, but the Finest $10.00 11-4 California Wool: bargain at :20c, special! Monday -
New Suit Filzd. i1.1 ?.ful slightly repairs will'more than Blankets, bargain '39c all Wool Tricot J.".ann ls, togo one hour Monday, per suit $5.90 . . . . 12!/2e1len's ',
1'n! <> following absence of fheI as a grat;: for, .. .. .:. .. . .18/ C: l- Linen Initial Hand-
" new suit: was filed! \ma1ize this within the first Monday, per pairsi . $5.90: ; pure
'''rd'I' in Full Paper Pins special for this kTchitf.r.ould be cheap 20c
he at
' Offico! of the clerk of iyears.L I 10 yards best Standard 5c Calicoes. J l .
,ir'-itit court : I: $1.00 Comforts to gq in .Monday's: ligbt- or dark colors: to go for .39c, :t sale ?. . .. .. ..,.. .. .. .. .1c Special Monday-----------15c
'lIma Caner vs. Edward Bauer \pill'utalatnt i ,vvMcostive.but\ SAlo for... ... ,. . .59c (C M >n'g all Linen Handkerchiefs, a
have liFka sQ.me j'j'noan' . . .
fop t1UPrOtl.r..' extra great bargain af. ,18c
. 1'. Stokes I sfav>: just the re..uIts.) :21! yar-.U Stout Sheeting t $1.39 Black Swis"- Tatft>ta Silk for '
inifor complainant.) I dP ir.I.Resulets They: act mildly and : Best $1.50 Comforts, beat cotton ;. Dani atic, for 1, hour, for ... .$1.00 one hour ,. ........ .. .. .. .830.r .. Mfn's Mercerize Cotton Handkerchiefs .
b":"- r"II-I' filling, special; "i ? . .$1.19, : mad to sell :2 for 23c:;
i late the bmvefs IWrfr .1. 10 y-ardsbe4, Sayles] Bleach'ryCantbnc Special Monday 2 for----------19c
WASHING WITHOUT WAT'R.. kratu'e. :S06: .\,' lnut ave, Altoona. pa., Best $2.00: Comforts- -extra large ; regular 124c quality, ip yards Be;t lOc Zephyr Ginham ? Men's lOc White Lawn 'Handkerchiefs

Like| I and 'fine, special.l .'\. -'. .$1.49 spjclal: : for 1 hour for.. . ,9$<: new dress styles, for one hour. ,69c to go for. . .7c
Trying to Get Rid of Dandruff | )Ien.. 8c Whits lawn Handk-
Without Herpicide. WHITE ROCK' WATER it notify l One lot of Finest $:l.CO and $3.50: chiefs to go for. . . .5cI.ldifJ'
!'1h M l \ If dealer'do.sn t keep
, iu ever see trying to your : 3c White Lawn Handkerchiefs
*'h ., !themselves without any one soap or the agents, t Comforts, pure cotton fl'led and "" Any Pair of .All l-Wool Blankets stock at actual cost I to. :o for. . . ,.3<: -
tai:", DARLING & HOLMES, 131 State ,i I extra c?veri!ig.,"to .clos'e out in 'Ladles' 3c White Lawn Handkerchiefs '

..11I1 II!' \on aid! what would, you'. ay of I t I Boston. ... i I Monday's' sale, for choice". ...$2.00 for one hour only. I to go 3 for. . .. ..5e s

' II !\ every bit as foolish to try totaldnN I* Charity, Uchre and ,Da cc. t, -- 4
tl nd Club will Rive a ucnre, :

rq, ''", ",!of,! with bv Dandruff! feejllnff Canthrarides and the germs to, Vaseline.prevent which I! 11rtTu:Th: Process<;dance da)' afternoon from :00 at 3 to o'clock.ChMdrens' 5:00.',: I I DON'T MISS THIS GREAT BARGAIN OPPORTUNITY.S I

: 3. chtKdran :
'f'nnc' l adult, c;
.\Jmi <
": and similar! substances I o'clock. ?n. i --
b : > lorm the principal ingredients! ,, lOc- .
"'"M trailed Hair Growers. I! r4 : --- i 7.
XI uhros: I Herpicide is successful be- I! CARD OF THANKS. |'
; .: a,ITack- and> kills! the parasitic j! We take this method of thanking,. T A
pro which friends and neighbors who wereso T. LANNON & CO.
1i on the hair roots. little H.
k'p:! '>germicide''he original manufactured.and only genuine I, daitthter.! kind to Sarah us at suffered the time the our painful J t
,or.! tale: by w. A. burns which resulted' m her d
tPaAgis: desire especlallY thank f.TI f.
? ana : \Ve th'j
hr or send l D'Alemberte'j! .sourtt of comfort to \
. 31U111e to The was a great
"" : KlDTZTO. ,
.lllich, '"1R. AND MRS. \ .. '

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PACE FOUR THE PENSACOLA JOU R N At, sVlD AY*> :M'ORN I"N G, F '! a.t'UAhv'. :4,.* 1le. .!.

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\{electors of.persons"and that.they mean r avail/would, .!ls totb Unie1tatate 'Jaws;' .It l7tnlawfi to:'allY" J New uon1'ot.Orleans.-the.is Mississippi dangerous r4 and always;bel ',_ .1f"i .. "I" .

t business in this matter> 'ot' I tpnder' a treaty to run at 'largeoii'-th& ; ; STATE *
j] will be: The Journal is probably]J PRESS ON THE

VfJe Jtnalola J utn l'1 Unless,'therefore the party inaldngJ! ably with 'Its.nil:;, f WeHtpBMf 7-vuj y ,- +'have c? rdsV'Prob.no' means-!I had There his'was foung"oran'e an ISI&fOf-Pltles.j righL Pensacola.location'and by virtue of'facilities its geographical j i l, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE J

j thfr entry is absolutely l sure he Is right! port t -
be br cattle
tu reach the ears of what mrsht I breaking) of cities of I ,_' ... .. .
be Jhe large : i3. ,
i It is best tfiat, he? act slowly and With '' perhaps aicuieenican' jexecutive He coraled the cattle and claimed should one j t f, .r. >'r.1" :
and It doubtless win be in,
!' reat discretion., Ignorance,of the law It | and:no official Vat I appealing to the thsm for damages.: The Alcalde than &Use aoutn. Pensacola citizenship i;
I ftne The 'quality of Palatka limes
Daily. 'and
Weekly. Sunday. t will,be no' excuse for him, and a prop-i;;American.,people'$rfb-congress. I appointed his private secretary( will largely determine 'that i Herald
I i i We lambt/ indeed, the'owner of the cattle to appraise the i
: would tender Frank
of 1 Mayes.
PUBLISHED the law Oak Democrat. HoD of
EVERY MORNING EXCEPT, MONDAYSa er understanding may save day the time.-Live L The TW.
i abandoned to"the mercies of thewolf. damages. The iollowln's j sacola been
S I has
:: him a trial In ;Judge Swayne's court. : and Journal electei mi -
;_ .
We friends ani! claimant was notified to appear
would be .without i IdeaL of
T- Queen Grow. Trade \w
the .
Watch City thE
I I without eve l."a a;: country- v.-aa told by the Judge never to enter Journal Pensacola real t city. The could not have
j THE It Is for the the court 'with a- complaint"of this The says w.
JOURNAL COMP no'small: responiibility t more worthily bestowed.
m. Is changing ownership everyday Mr M/T
Ii Against the Isle t o! Pines .senate of .tfcrf United States to take ,kind -again. The case was. dismissed. estate Is
a progressive
j i if andI Now Just watch how the 'queen j citizen and his'cve I
| such I .
a stand namely to deprive the was an eye witness to.
FBANK L. MATES, PMMDMT AJTD GXAXKU MAJTIQBX. ,Treaty Amendments. j' American citizens on the Isle of Pines would not accept one hundred dollars city of the gulf wi grow and expand. looking effort has to been the given in any \ :;
I' advancement
i '!f The Journal has previously express-!!of their birth rights of citizenship. and bear the damas's: inflicted : .-Jacksonville- letropls. Escambia metropolis. of

I,their' propertycand ,ther! home, and pit those orange"; trees;
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED 'fed-'its opposition! ,to the Cuban project] Lamar and Kehos,. S S
.PRESS. t force them to ''Jlve'1' s aliens ''under a This is one of hundreds of< fl .
.. -_"-- j which contemplates giving the Isle of J JI foreign flag.. ;weu protest vigorously this kind. :' : -- We note that the above distinguished 0 'White Springs Herald.
I Pines over to, Cuban: authority .and,, 8 ant! -any' suiba"procedure: ; i The less said about Cuban courts gentleman Is big most Pensacola showed her
te for appi c.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES., mentioned a congress
First, Because had assurances i the better. .of
II we ,
government.t -energetic and hard
Lamar is now'fjling wsrt-
ii j the position that Gen .
from moreAmetlean
time there"are
the Gent At
GUI Tear..............JS M ( The recent up-rising of American |: 1VirLiearment: ; the present honor and distinction. citizen last week when her dti
One Month.......... 45 i eral Wood from tha Is'.eof with ,
: t his subordinates! ; I property-owners.4n
Blx and ( : elected Frank
Month .......... 2 .V) I .1' A J One Week ........... 10 'citizens in that island Americans! i i I statements made'"former Secretary Pines than there arerinf prto Rico: is alsd soaie talk that Gen. L Mayes pre ide1l,
: Tere'
Tare ( Chamber of
MoniSig ....... \ 25 h? Comeice of
: Weekly Edition. year.Jl Oft i ,: whose money and enterprise have j j jn :,' Hay; from steps'taken by the Interlorl}i Again.ma. we plead with the hon. will offer' for is"Mallory's not much place"doubt Mr. Mayps is general.manager of c

; Pp4t1 on Sal* at all K\M $tanta. '! >ade the island what it is to-day: Department to include the orable members of the United States In that event there Pensacola. Journal and has 1
'I both done
served to bring to ' __.__ I I ton! of President McKInley, and from their fellow citizens of that which nen would 50 throug the race sue upbuilding' of Pcnsacob
; THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER whole country sorts: Idea of the conditions -I the to cessful are popular, -
.- FROM WHICH A DETAILED: : procedure of'the Treasury in coI-I( righteously and. honestly. belongs Bth
CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE-SECUR under ,which American enterprise ;ilecting full customs on oods shipped I I tbem brave, energetic the very kind Tampa Times.

there i$, laboring but It Is doubt. from the Isle! of Pines to tha United;: There are hundreds of American of l material we ned to represent us in The report of Secretary June,

,lul if many 'people fully realize what I!:j! States. under Offlcw-lOt *a4 110 $Government > a&. if we 'I of the fifteen or twenty and sleepy Indifference.Send ;
Street. pres-j!i were -regarded as a lags past shows tha our sister city: had
'Will where-I a
a wrong be committed If the 1 ver'
TELEPHONE No.:39. Cuba we woujd have the tariff years In their homes on the islands Lamar and Kehoe to congress prosperous year in 1903
-- -- cnt de facto Cuban rule is allowed to{i Hans provided In'the reciprocity who. by the ratification of the pending;and our word for It. there would be the incidents of yellow I1otWith5au.lug fever j-

::1 be:come permanent. j jIn I with Cuba. f fI [treaty, would virtually be stripped oft I something doing over there besides! a disastrous, fire. The ex : (from ana

1"E'S.COL.ItIDA.\ } SUNDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 4. ,1SQtensaco1a's connection with this phase of I Second Because we believe that 1 1I all their earthly possessions. no mat,! stnJins out worthle' packets of gar,I thy' wharves of this city were pon!hrjer
'ac 1 both Houses of Congress. as well as ter what amending safeguards may be We'd loVe to see it" tried :
than la previous
the situation; Edward P. Ryan, delegate any year the ;imports
the Westville Advertiser.
citizens -of the
I I of the United States in exacted by the government ) showed
Export Growth faster: ; probably th'an tho latter :was of thp American people on the this country and in tho Isle of Pines United StatE's. S the practically no decrease.whilj

: put down 'wnen tho road was built. Isle of Pines' to Washington has addressed I I ought to pass upon such a mom?nt. We who have had abundant experience Jennings for Governor, indications poslofiice of receipts an i che":
:in Ten Years. the amount ot bu b
If this highway la not repaired soon I to congress the following ap--;lous, question an the cession of Ameri- fear to trust ourselves to the authority Col. T. A. J;nnin:. of Penf acola. Isbing done showed; a gratifying : ;

; Pensacola's export record for .Jan- and placed in proper condition, fortravel peal and protest which Is worthy ofl I!i can territory to- foreign jurisdiction i .Spanish and Cuban laws, as boomd for Govt1"Or. It wouldbe over the year bfforo. ??nsacola enlargeineai U:
|! even under the most stringent! safeguards they would be interpreted by the Cuban .-lamps a:
: uary, 1906 as already shown In The j the coun'ty wIn .have lost all it a careful perusal by everyone whoj!: the hard to find a right, and will continue (to grow a i
and regulations which a treaty courts!\ and administered by Tribune. :
:- .Journal's news columns, was the biggest spent on the project and will also be wants the facts in the case.Delegate !. could provia'e.' I Cuban Executive officials stationed In S b! ,one of the foremen cities of Flori

In the history! of the port, the export without a hard road I in that direction.: Ryan says: j! Third Beause we have' plainly fndl- the Isle of Pines should the pending Doesn't :Like Lamar. da

valuations reaching the enormousum The buiding of a road is only the It has conic to my knowledge that'(: cated that we do pot believe the Cu- treaty be ratified. I I Hon. J. Walter Keioe, of Pensacola, S S .

of $3.207,385.00 This was nearly beginning of the matter. The road representations are being made Jromi| bans under any form- of treaty whatsoever will; doubtlTss be a candidate: for congress Live Oak Democrat.
Cuban sources to the effect that there! bound around with restricllona The Journal's January circulationwas The anual report of Secretary
must be maintained after While it Jojji
a million dollars: morn than the record : it is built and I against Billy Lamar.
:I I is comparatively small number ot. reservations.; IB whatever way the another record breaker. being an j of tha Pensacola Chamber of CQ'
for any previous month and It was In the long run, the cost of building'American Islej-I| most: skillful", !lawyers might devise, is not our fight specially, we would! .
the is elaborate
property owners on merce .docuruen
an :
: for the month of 5807 copies fti
nearly equal to the whole year ten I* small, compared with the continuedcost of Pines who have their titles to land ;! Culd be restricted: and obliged to. administer average like to the T ir DltfltrcpCEnted of ,good waiter of local interest: .
.a government for the bt4t daily. Its average circulation for: the f! by 'some OD b
years ago. of maintenance. But the latter is recorded according to the old Spanish j I, interests Lamar.-Invercess Chrontelt.T i some .of it has a much wider: applica
l laws of'.American. citizens living; same month last was 3912 copiJ-! -'
now in vogue in that Island Under year -
is what
equally Important the tion. 'Hre this
83 as formerand I
:A; comparative statement of Pensacola's j in .* igaci.Ku
j th3 isle .
ofjntr.; .
prior -
: its present;alleged' facto Cuban!' the best fnj dally showing gain for this, of 1 j '
a of
exports in 1886 1890. and 1899, :unless it Is attended to, properly -This j t Cerests. of the Cuban 'government It- Lurton Prvises D Funiakr.Divisioa secretary fays publicity an4 U.
government. allegation. even iCl! 1893 'copies. This is a showing that just as true of Oak as of Pnrracola
we as well self. :
may stop r03l.l'saItogctbcr. Lye
building ,
with the export record for the past I it be true, would be of comparatively i ;; : Passenger Agent Lurtonwasf
.Here is an Instane with Tho Journal takc ,somc pride in ex' in ,! :
month: serves to Illustrate the great little importance because it in nvlse'; resardrto : here last Wednesday cpnVejfratlon f the
Publicity of fJ
the -
Indicates how Americans have enforcement .of certain Cuban"j hibiting. r'rSaid' : with a'SriezeTtepottereald:; deman
The Journal does not know what many >
strides that tho Deep Water Port has S ] ; progressive i'e; publicity- -aiver *
.. ougUt to b3
bona 5YupaqpIeofDcFCPiak
fide holdings of real ,estate ins I ,
the condition of the roads in otherparts Is motive
made since thoso years. The following the Island for which their proud -it our Every time I ing. power that move
they paid ;
figures tell tho story: of tho county ;is, but It will venture cash. ;iI j ;n.,,. -".:."'..'..".,"...."..?..4..>0'.." >> ..:to'i.. ....-.!..,.............-rt"_.. .,..-.""-,',.,.',.,.<..\., ......,..0.......'r....,.'.-"t-a.- .. i 'I'IZ' come here I zee t01.new improvements,' the world of commsrce; publicityadvertising : -.

18SS ...., ......o. .........?2.1SI,037.00: ,suggest that every mile of hard L Few Americans are willing to 'pay, .! and the air of thrift and progress that! is the advance agent -

3830 ..........__........3451735.00 read* which has been built is now in exhorbltant sums to have. their 'land] of: Pens&cola pervadesthe' nr atmosphers is r& progress', and progress is the motherof

389 ......_..........._..2.772.775.00 need of repair. That being the case,,I titles recorded under the old Spanish j j : J markable. our merchants keep prosperity} the slogan of all rm.
1906 "lyst<,m. They believe under -American . )In munitieg that, would be great, ( (January alone) ......3.201,385.00 the repairing should bo done 0 stotks of goods and keep things '
imme. watchword .
If there yet remain of those law that contracts for deeds, or; ; and Pensacolians shape in a way that would do credit of all communities c..
any diatcly and if it Is impossible to do S ether unrecorded instruments conveying ; L: : |!to a city of ten thousand pple.AnJ would b* up-to-date' tiorefor

chronic kickers and knockers who this and at the same time continue title would servo as ample security -! .. .. .t.... ..., .. He la not th, only one who has remarked deem it not at all out of place thai:
> "
think that Pensacola ;. 0'1<"i -ocI"rt""'t,,,*1Sitte*",..*i&ZW&ttS1itittt1 _. % repeat recommendation of \
t is not going the present plans for building new until such time as theprevailing' ; : : : ;c4:" "ai&tt9ttl3; upon how DeFuniak" grows.W ., my a at
ahead. these figures to laws under American authority could! that ten ago, that Tlie Chamber of Comm
ought settle -------- are going after
roads then the new roaa'a( should wait I : : thous1nl i,
their casa definitely and for all time. until the old ones we bave be brought to some degree of fiimplic-:j Congressional Timber. change tabr Editor population, and are going to have it.|!i! undertake a vigorous, systematic-
are put in ity and the fees of recording titles! Smith is do- paign of advertising Pnsacola' <
When we can export in one month passable condition; could be reduced ,to figures 'some-1 J I' Former- Mayor Jones of Pensacola'has !ling good work for Madison and that I J limited resources-giving public;

this year practically as much as was where near commensurate t6 tile services -, been suggested as good; congressional his efforts are duly./appreciated is at ;' H : "HH: | to th! fact that Pensacola is a cot

exported in a whole year ten years rendered. tlm'berfrom'; the'Third district. tested" by the generous support which BOOK NOTICE ,,, nrunity that is up-to-date. Five
2 ego It is a pretty good sign that the I Entry Public Lands Under It costs the people of the Isle of Pines I ii' this' connection The Pensacola Is *given that paper.:'-. Madison New *t I and dollars! at least, should b, spr.during
from $30.00 tp $50.00() to re ord an ordinary Journal say that "Mr. Jones "is one of Enterprise' ) .. :'jl I the present year to alvcrtl-
town growing and that business is I S S w41.i&n?
the "Stone the strongest rsonali .ies' in Fonda ,
and Timber Act. real. \ estate title under'thepresent "4- :' the one fact that Peasacola has u:
fairly brisk. i Florida 'politics-'but; iC)fo doubtful If Pleased With Kehoe. S -\
laws in force. In the United ;
a Prom : I World at Work Series.t dertaken the erut-nditurs of thr
some recent very instructive States warranty deeds could :'be recorded -{I even an assurance of'a>congressional I We are :glad to note the favorable: .Dton's' Samuel T. DuttoriTeacaf; quarters of a million doearl! fo H.t
editorials in the De Funlak Istat could induco him to his .
Breeze we for two three dollars] < give up expressionof brothers .
or couveying -: pur of our;' streets othe
University.,1 crage, and public i ii ii
Two Ordinances that !! fine' law practire to' run for the office. candidate -for ?gc, :
: Important jud-ge the subject of the entry a guaranteed title. It ostsjhundred's congress, Hon. J. Walt, American Book CompanY.Nes i pro\emcntl.
of public of dollars'to record'Jome; j!-LIve Oak-'Democrat ter Kehoe of l'ensacola.mountstown :. York j
lands una'er what' is; knownas *
Cincinnati and Chicago.Fishingand .
before *
the -
Council. .
; City deeds under Cuban laws and there ;:. Democrat. ..
the "Stone and Timber : Hunting. By Sarah M.jlottt Jacksonville
Act is Times-Union.
The New Electric Line. 'I '
are instances where In small holdingsit
At the coming meeting of the !
city attracting more or less attetntlon 'Would cost more to record the deed Pensa 'hJg'gff'en: < 'franchise fox The. :Jury Got Even: S -. Teacher In the Ethle 1 Culture -Pcnsacda is to be congratulate

council that body will probably' take from the settlers In that .section of than to purchase the property.' the building! of a IIC\Y lectric road A Pensacola boiler-maker, Indicted J i JSch6pl;; New York -pdfaud'! upon the ..choice of ''Frank K Mae

up the consideration of tho two ordinances ,- West Florida. :' 'We'can produce 'the names of at ncrthward.rrChipley Banner. for'embezzlement, dtegusted' ths bar Barrow's Diittbn. ,l.mo. 171 j editor of The: Pensacola Journal a'

recently presented to it, providing The same question 'came more : least two thousand American citizen i* *. and astonished the court by pleading pages,' with ,illustration.; ,ftc x: prasid'nt of its Chamber of t'om

: for better sanitation throughout gen' "who own property in the Isle of Pines: Cfder, of the Day. 0 I his.own case and doing it in masterly cen1t< !. ;!i mercc. Frank Mays I a progre
erally the public'by the In Field and .Pasture, ,By.' Maude:
recent We challange any one to' produce Pensacpla: claims attention to the style. But the sive energetic citizen and the
the city and for preventing jury got even with! t
a recurrence -
exposures and prosecutions for land the names of one hundred ac tltf 1' Cuban : shipment of a $600, 00, cotton 'cargo. him by finding him guilty.-Live Oak I II Barrows Dutton. Clotb, nmw 1901 I threats of the Deep Waterport

of yellow fever here during frauds In'several of the western states citizenswho' now own- propertyon Big things are the, ocder, (cthe.da.y.at ; pages, with illustrations. Piic' 351 t[! Florida will be watched closii c

the coming summer. and also by the conviction of the late the Isle of (Pines no matter what Pensacola.-Tampa Trlune-!. Democrat.S : ents \ him in his new post of honor, a:.:?I

c One of the ordinances requires that Senator the Cuban official record of dced :may <(, -.' S C, I Has Not Announced. This series will describe :teaclv.1 I have heretofore been' while he .
Mitchell of
Oregon, who was apparently show.Proportionately. Hard Medicine. ths.I of the race.through : ;
after March 1, no stagnant water will connected. Some of the papers are statin's it as ever:1 i merely the editor of th, city's leafing
with these frauds.It of culture from, !
stages barbarism :
of the
I ,nine-ten.ths' MidshipmaarMarzoni at the .naval daily. The Pensacola Chamber
: be permitted to remain In I a fact that the Hon. J. Walter Kehoe j o
; any portion would therefore be a good idea I real estate ot the Islana'? owned. by'' academy, whose borne is at Pensacola Is a candidate for congressional civilization.! At: the same time it willj Ii!i Commerce has aocompliEhcJ; ; great

;: of the city and that pools of water for Floridians, who contemplate ac] American citizens: la this state, has been found guilty ors.- We have seen nor heard nothing hon. 'devote 1;3. attention entirely to pres-j i tings for the city, and under thc, (9!

which cannot bo dralne!! or screened quiring' land under the act to This comparatively large purchaseof 'I oZ hazing and.;publicly, dismissed from of hla personal announcement.-Madison exit 'day people living In''ldely separatad cient direction of Frank I* Ma)es cj
must be oiled at regular and stated In II property was due to the assurances the school. Midshipman Foster and New Enterprise. parts of tlii world anJ '.typifyInt will continue the good work with renewed
t tervals. understand its provisions before going, of officials of the War Department that Coffin got the same dose. If Is hard Jhese variou velopmenU?, The j!t I energy.j .

:'- too far in-the matter. the Isle of Pines would be retained r medicine but hazing is a tough dis I stories In thc first volume. Intsnded t ,
Captiv tlnaHello" Girls. I S S S
The other ordinance provides that The law as embraced in this actprovlh'es upqer American jurisdiction. These ease.--Lave Oak Democrat. for second year pupils, relats to ChUrl '

after; March 1 every case of acute 1!|I that I assuranceswere made often and' to S Telephone girls in Pensacola certainly life: among the Eskimos the Western j j Live Oak Democrat.

; fever of anykind must be reported to any"citizen of the United many people who either had purchased Young Marzoni's' Case. have! charms that captivate, as Indians, the Filipincp, and the Alaskan -I I j You can't keep a good newspapt
I 1 IState may purchase ,not more than j .or were intending..to purchase three of them have resigned within man. who is likewise a good m
; health I Indians bringing out in an et?r.jI | :
the-city! authorities'Immedl j'' Yours Marzoni. the midshipman is
telyr : ,
one hundred'sixty arces of any vacant!,, real estate in. the island. would his past eighteen months to get. mar tamIng manner many of the habits and!! down. Frank L, Mayss. presides aw
at home
in Pensacola. lIe bedidn't
Jiy the attending physician and must ( ried.-Jacksonville 1
> I I
venture the assertion that without Metropolis. general manager of The Pcnsaccj
land of
gcvernment wnich is customs thes primitive peoplea.
; "chiefly get ,a -deal but he can
I square
also be screened for certain *
a number I
I! such assurance not a dozen of the I I hand work the end : ; Journal Company JUSt been *-
valuable for timber but unfit for cultivation. .I I thank his stars that he got bOlI e.- T given at oZj ha
1 :, wr days. I I Americans now living there could have Gainesville Sun. Right Unquestioned hook is an important feature. .:i ed prryideat of th! Pcnsaco'.a! ChriS
This proposition perhaps to!teen induced to give up their' homes I The lion; J. Walter Kehoe has ber of tnbutt- (II
While The Journal is not entirely .5 ,* stories 'Jn the second for lommerc A fine
familiar with the whole, text of the some extent seems enticing, but the I)fin. the states and 'go to the Isle of The New Blount euild ng. right to start a congressional bee buz-1, T year reading are.about bok.! I a fins man. Frank Mays b n tth.-"

applicant must state under oath that j i Pines even : prospectors'' under sal- I'zing Who said he didn't have lo Indiantr-y the Egyptians, th Navajo x a figure head nor deadhead iu aa.
W. A. build
ordinances. It believes they have1 the Blount will a handsome
!I'ary. much less take the risk of invest- right? ,
: he does not apply for the purchase I sev.enstory'omce. building in Pensail rApalachicola Times. 'I Indians the Tibetan, the Cubans the t enterprise, he ,takes hold of.
proper object In view and that hey in property which they knew woulof! I I S j' *
i of the same for 'speculation, but: that j t i be subject to Cuban jurisdiction. I cola on the site of his property recent-' A Unique I Norwegians: and ths SwJssrpeoplesTOOT I *, S
Enterprise. _
should be passed at ,
once. They have II he Intends in good faith to appropriate It Is quite generally understood now I.ly" burned.-Chipley Banner. : advanced than ihojs treated In Tampa Herald.
the unanimous endorsement of the ,I i j Pensacola Is about to engage in a I'I the first volume. The tilling of ,the i isoil In recognition of his splendid abli-
it to his own use and benefit and that argument is being advanced to ,
: Escambia County Medical l Something Wrong Somewhere. !i[unique enterprise. 'Somethingnever and the domestication of animals; and 'al
I ty
Society ana that he has 'not the effect that the Isle of Pines should dreamed progresslvenws as a but:
directly or indirectly I I i ot in jilt our philosophy.That '
: as one of them will bear more heavily I be ceded to Cuba by the pending I Among the jnrons drawn from WaJ- is' tfie -m' nu"rac'1urIng'or fish, mark a higher stage of prpgreis. In 1! man and vajuabl citizen the Can
made this
on the physicians of the'city than it any contract by which the title I I. treaty so amended by provisions and, ton county for the present term of the sausage, according. The Journal. way the young cnilj"prceives'r' ber of Commerce of Pensacoa. lOSS

: !will"on anyone else there is no reason that he expects to acquire from the safeguards that American interests j United States, court In Pensacola! Parties are or/the'ground awaiting the t that tha ,complex civilization:: of, today 4!'eede Frank L. Mayes fcr I> pi CII

government will inure in whole or In would be protected on the island. I ; were: Chas. Everett gone from here arrival of their has grown up from simpl elementary nt editor and manages of T"'
plant when will
: to doubt the Society's proper consideration part to the benefit of anybody. except I desire,, as the chosen representativeof i ten years ago 'II. A. Beardsley, dead.I at once proceed manufacture, they luscious I beginning The hand work suggest. aela.Journal Mr. Mayes bas

and good faith in the premises timself. the American citizens on. the.Isle of three )'ears.J. T. Hashes, a resident : fish Interestng a It is educational. snown bis splendid ability and prosj -
in the
sausage, put same t
: The.time to fight yellow fever is fce- I I Pines. to enter my most earnest and I 0: Alabama for, elghf years; and from style of pork up that fish l. Both bks are profusely and attract .j!' rselve'talent and his selection (
The of sausage except
f fore it gets here. That Is. why The t I consequences swearing falsely -emphatic protest against" any such Washington count).. H, T. Bofreite'I t! will take 'the place of pork. Its a. ively illustrated from photo.5( the position Is a nia'">ri
', l are forfeiture of all money paid and i> an.. i who left here five year ago. I unique! j graphs. i i'I for mentom'the Chambt
Journal action I enterprise, .to say the least,,
urges prompt in this ;
I i also_ forfeiture of the land even though As I understand the scheme proposed i Las been out of the state three years. and we await Its advent with interest.'t'I!) .' _" of Commsfcs Mr.' May s wili: flU '".6
scatter, by Cubans I\. includes 'the administration -De Funiak"Breeze.. j "-I' ..
t a patent has been issued together IWestvUJe'dvertlser.. i i i K".tt"ff"I., 'I''I'l position in a'thorough I}' crediallmsnner.
island S I I J
of the as '
a colony
\ 1 SS
with the pains and penalties of I 1 ,
: per of Cuba after its cession to .Cuba in J!; Pensacola Mardi Gras. ,I: Lamar Will "Get VOX POPULI. I
Escambia County's Roads jcry-a fine. of not more than $2,000.00 the pending treaty. on the part of the The! Pensacola Mardi Gras promisesto I Busy. I I SC

o or imprisonment for not more than United States. Such a plan would be I be larger: and better than ever thU I II Hon Walter Kehoe, one of old Pensacola's II ChpleyBanner'ra .

Should Be Repaired. ,five years.. i an utter failure and would operate to J ear.-Florala News "I leading legal luminaries! is a I I U .Y 1 k I,. Mayes' editor of The Ponsaeola -
candidate for
"freeze out" all the S r the seat in Congress, cf the most
During the past five years Escam In; addition to this if two persons pretty nearly I I now held by Hon. Wm. B. Lamar. The: FOUR CORNERS TO EVERCROSEJNG Journal. anJ one
American property holders; on the Extreme Modesty. I progreasive cinz-s'j
; Ida County has built up what is, under 'I cgree together to fraudulently acquire Island. Jefferson county man will no doubtnow ; Pensaroia'j <*
i The modesty (our editor prevents! SAYS MR. CLUSBS.! 'was last wetkeiccteJ president
the circumstances, a fairly ;ood I government lands under this act (e. We could not have anyjJilug to say,i us from exhibiting the bouquet recently Times-Herald.proceed to "get busy. -Palatka the Chamber. of Commerce of
system of good roads. That Is, the t g., if A gets B to apply for land and Yhaterer. about government as a tossed us by The P ns..coIa S S S Editor Pensacola Journal I city, Xo beter'8 lecton could laf*

roa&. > are fairly good as far as they i furnishes him directly or Indirectlywith colony of Cuba or as a, part of Cu'ia I Journal. but it Is appreciated nevertheless -! Moreno Jones Nominated.The : I been for Bro. Mayea 1, ( ;:!
unless we renounce our American!I and the more so, because of Perhaps it is well that we have oughly alive to every interest of r*
b gov :and the entire county, is much I the money with the understanding :
S citizenship, which .very few, if any; the ability of him who steers that irrepressible Uules Salomon is, some "black jacks" l f that I may sabca and all West Florida.
better off In that respect than it was I : that A'shall have the land or tim- o! us, woold. be willing to" do. We{,; paper on the sea. of journalism.-Jasper again l In' evidence, having placed in I J i get out among them, even In thidarKnens. -! *

before the roads .were built. : ber thereon) they would be guilty of could not vote without first swearing I;[ News.i .. nomination for congressional boors 1;' when the mayor rat ls fljmighty .| Tallahassee.True DemocratThe

; But there is ono feature about this I o! conspiracy to defraud the United allegiance to Cuba. We would then be i C.. ". Hon. C. Moreno Jones. ex-mayor of r,I pen against m!. P'*

road building matter which the States, which! offense is punishable by I subject entirely to the caprice of \ ill End Controversy. Pensacola.Madison New Enterprise, I am pleased to know that the in.t Chamber of Commerce of dn
countycommissioners :ban officials. Our ,experiences.. The Penaacola'Journal, quoting Ad- S S 5- 1 1I terest of all sections has at last receivedconsideration : saeola, as an organization, Jw
I should not (orget, and I II a fine of not more than 1000.00 or imprisonment -' I the: past thrte years with them/CU-I' rciraj Dickens, contends for the proximity Now the Time to Clean Up. and in jils kndnee of good work for that city .and turrou rIng

Chat feature is equal in importanceto for not more than two srite of Jhe' fact that Ihey dirt 'of thatport to .the' Panama: I Th!! Pensacola Journal i 13 demanding -!I heart. .I trust ths mayor w1 consider .5 entr. and the organlzatja C'

the original building of the' roa u. jean, or both, in the Discretion of the' have any right under constitutionallaw panadas comparivl ..with olh/jr gulf : a clean u!,-of that city -right now. my interact to C0! '. : 4, ? 1ud judgment in (suP .:_

We 'refer to the maintenance 'of thoso court. to rule over us. have been such as ports'( bur \vht'I 'the' Easttoast Railway .'l|,'If l' nsacora need craning, and all I There are of f four corners to''i' ton of L. Mayes as H; ""f<**

to prove fo us, beyond even a reasOnable is extended to Key West contrp-. cities do. now is the'time. It is better crossing and may happen that As cdllor of the best daii_> 5 c.
Homestead lands I evcr In
highways after they are built. are becomingniore doubt that we"would be' subjected versy will cease. Key West will-then: 1]Tto' forestall yellow' fever than to die cOMer fure4 away from i 1! per 'that-city.has ever had. b(' nhlA /

The writer recently had occasion to scarce/ ,and consequently more to all sorts of devices and schemes for' be the nearest American port with-rail-I,of Birmingham Ledger.' property will b more serviceable tord f pr geslv2.energetic work. br.CJ

travel for several milea. over the hard I valuable each succeeding year and' the extortion of money some or all of road facilities, the, canal.:-St. Augustine S *T 5 street lamps where the trees will not I I to business let -rC 1

rpad runnin'g north from Pensacola; the ,government Is exercising greater! which might never be remitted to Record/ Original Jennings Paper. obstruc the rayu ,However t through his efforts as present an:

t When ,this road was. built it, was a care 'and -interest In the matter of either the insular or the Cuban treasury % S The Times wa$ the first napsr in may with o Ugt'myor. I am I editor, all the good things that ; U"
and which certainly would not Florida to mention the tier generally gathers in.
be A
Discerning Editor. possible candidacy pleased to notq jflh
: credit( to the builders' and it was and hasbeen r ,"commuting" and "proving up" homesteads' that avenu is t I
; expended for the improvement orbenefit : That Brother Mayes. editor of West: of T. A. Jennings for governor. have more light I not .

since of great use and benefit t and also of the buying in of of the island should we pass Florida's :greatest tlaily. The Pensa- Watch the press and tee, how favorably -, nate enough to be pressed a toru.j any Lake City Index. .

to everyone who lives north of Pens gOvernment lands under this "Stone irrevocably under Cuban rule. We be- cola Journal is'a most discerning edlitoras the item is rec.-eIved.-Tampa property on that : Penjsacola is to be congratulated ::1

cola and who does business here. and Timber Act," The United States't leve! that It would be a grafting government welt as jolly good fellow, therepi,,, Times. It ssems that toroughae s come to I having selected Frank I-.. )Iae' I'

This road, however ,is'' now In an Courts have demonstrated by the I pure and simple, run to enrich can be do doubt. We doff our S 5 S thosa that wai and we are gratified' president of Its Ciambsr of COT
r a few Cuban officials while we' him in thanks for ti.e. followingwhielt I The Journal is Right. to learn municipal of (ecr\
absolute state of neglect. It is rough, prosecution and conviction of the late as aliens neither vote authorities I merce. T anpual] report
coul: nor hold appeared In The Journal last Saturday The Pensacola Journal plants itself: have at ]ast siren our section other Jon is able document' a I

uneven, foIl of boles and washes, and I Senator Mitchell' and other perSons office of trust, 'buf' would, ,be easy : squarely on the proposition that: consideration than the, collection of' well try worthy? of an perusal. Hi* rert!

in 'such'" condition that every heavy oJ wealth and influence, in, connection' plucking for t..ose In' authority. over- -rhe'MAdlson.Kew'. Enterprise' Is S there is no corapirison between the taxes. and Editor Maye? at the h"?

I raIn is w.tsbitk'** :the clay surface away \rth l Jane frauds, .that they are no re- U3. onepf the best allxound weekly news Pensacola maritime facilities an Ithose Reapectfplly, ton commerdal affaire will mf-,
4 Then, under these: conditions, what: ga'er'& thatacsF1ieJOUrflal'S! ex-- of New Orleans and that uavi-, A V. CLUBBS.f I o It for the Deep Water CII).

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]( We Want Your Tr de.I!C 4 OF SECRET ,. FORBES. --, T .,'-_. :4, {

"The Quality Store" I '

(9j[j If you need a Suit of Clothes, call in and' let us show m VOTIN

jjj you our excellent line. T 1-.


N j If you need a pair of Trousers, 'we can show"you a' line N Confidence( .in Registering Devices for Votes, Automatically Special Advance Showing and Sale !

J of Trouserings that are elegant in style and finish IB Increasing. ,

g We are agents for REGAL SHOES FOR MEN AND -f8 The Introduction---Into this countryof NEW SPRING LACES

WOMEN. Sample line what Is generally known as the Australian -
fj now on hand. N: system of voting at elections

N'' has been surprisingly successful when
f fj r If want Clothes cleaned ths,,special difficulties of the situationare
r you
your pressed or repaired ,
Wi kept in view. Voting by ballot
I ban been a part of the,British election Positively} the Handsomest Showing Ever on Display in Pensacola.
j them
g bring to us. Our facilities for doing, this work are the m system since 1872 but the issues pr*,
Parliamentary and mu
sntsj to the
fi j best in the city. N nicipal voter are those of the simpliest Something Here to Suit Every Taste and Purse.

kind. In a Parliamentary election, j
the choice usually lies between tM
jjj Best equipped dyeing plant in West Florida. -81 candidates of two str.ctly: : defined pol- We Especially Invite Your Inspection and Criticism'ENGLiSH
itical parties, and the number of members -
bj elected in each constituency
jjj Are you a member of our Suit Club? If not ought m to U usually: not more than two. S
you I,i
Even if a particular contest is enlivened AND GERMAN ROUND THREAD

J to be. For only $1.50 month 'ingood I' by the appearance of a labor
jjj per we keep your clothes mi) candidate, or other representative of

special interests the situation: remains Valenciennes Laces and !
TJ shape. j namo a simple of the one approved, a cross, candidateor againstthe

0 Our Mr. Mendel is an expert ladies': tailor, having been Is other.asked candidates local to government furnish.being all In that elections municipal the voter, and but: From 22C to 35c Yard.

jjj employed for 15 years as foreman of one of the largest ladies' ,! little more complication ip introduced,
the absenc from these, as from Parliamentary
t elections, of all) public offices Valencienne All-Overs, :: 60c to $1.25 yard +: Venice All-Overs, u 15c to $2.50 yard

jjj tailoring concerns in New York .City. : I I being and in .startling their prospective& ''contrast Incumbents to American Baby Irish All-Overs, :: 50c and 60c yard :" Venice All-Overs, u lOc and 75c yard

All work called for a\d. delivered.I .electoral conditions.
jjj I It is true that among the many propositions
25c $2.50.
now before the American pub- Venice Collarettes and Collars, to

Co. ,i efficiency lie; having! and for purity their object of civic the administrator greater Ruby Vals Mechlin Baby Irish and Torchon Laces,
ReeseMendelTailoring m I' !, the elimination of the direct 5, 61 8J., 10, 12J=,;15 to 25c yard.
vote for officers \\a a prominent and
I. But the kept
hopeful feature. Utopia
jjj Phone 675. 11 'North Palafox Street.fiagaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaagaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafflaaa Jn view by well informed and enthuse Galoon Bands and Medallions, 1Oc to $2.50 yard.
ru niastic reforms is still a dream and in
the meantime: the problm of meeting
conditions as they exist has to be dealt
with in its various ramifications. In I NEW MERCERIZED WAISTINGS !

-H__ -- ., -- .- -- -- -' = ., some states,as in Massachusetts, the
use premeditation of: ballots,and involving clerical considerable labor, appears Self-Figured Poplins and Piques Bought Before the Big Advance.

GEN. WILLIAM MILLER THE to have met with success! tronttbU' Bring your Waisting Wants here Monday and take :.
CUSHMANPROPERTY standpoint of correctly registering
I advantage of these, Exceptional
:the 'will of ,the people, but even
HERO OF TWO WARS IS ILL thre the time consumed, and the increased Value-Giving.Prices.
possibility .,of error or conu-
jon. in counting and, tabulating the, 20c 25c, 30c, 35c and 40c yard,
--- votes has,been fQuqd., bjectionable.I .
I ynder the circumstances the American an actual sating of from 5c to too a,jard. Wa guarantee jou cant t duplicate them either in Quality,

Aged Soldier Has Not Much Longerto genius for invention has found free Pattern or Price If wise,jou'll be here Monday. .
'n'Ry' in the devising, of machines for
Survive Even If He Recovers SOlD / : : automatically recording the intentions
tit the electorate?and the Increased I ,
v s ,4+fIGEN.
Present Illness \s'e\ of these devices In the elections: FUNNEL FUNNEL WAISTS
of November last ,may be taken as O. 6 9 SI.50 5 ct'119|
:: an, indication of 'growing confidence fl'O SACRIFICE PRICE C SACRIFICE PRICE )

>e'I< a The Iminal's news colrans itt a:;system to which objections readily -
', tontaincd: a brief nonce of the' F. F. Bingham ,and Others Buy, present th?msgivfs\ ,As, regardsthe (, t'
,(ness at Jm horn,. at Point Washing1 .. latter, the initial coat is'a serious .
;011, of On AVni Miller the octoge-i iu 1, Valuable Property on East item to, any community, and there I SO Pieces lOc Zephyr Ginghams B=c yard.

nan veteran of two wars and one of are not wanting those who urge even All New Spring Styles and Colorings.
lie most uuiqu and original figures In I Government Street. .. more weighty grounds 'of
thr history of Florida politics. such as the inability of a Obj'cuonS'j i S
A\hllo hN friends believe that he I using a machine, to affirm '
r ill rprover frcni his present illness,I! knowledge how h* voted, or at any "PURITANA" FRINGED "ALASKA" UNFRIN6ED
A real estate deal of ,than Ct'
general Miller has not, at the mono more ordinary rate; how1 his vote was recorded. Hav- 2 2 5 $1,,75 81,25 JUC
man< ,v<'ar& yet to live, and when hUuath interest was closed yester'daywben ing recently had an opportunity of examining { QUILTS, CLEARING PRICE ) QUILTS, CLEARING PRICE
does tome it will remove a man F. F. Bingham and other'parties, a machine"o(' this character,
whose friends are numbered only by purchased what is known a's the II. not in use, but thoroughly exposed for
"Jh- acquaintances" and whose name isa C. Civshman property'on East Goverpmeat inspection'the present' writer was impressed
uonyni for unflinching: bravery and' 'which had been
by the care
street, paring: it is understood,
Of hrghcst manly qualities e ery (' devoted to the elimination of all risk Yours for Quality,
x'heretenpral something over twenty thousand, dollars -
and ,by the consequent
; Miller distmc- l for it.Negotiations. '
ser\ea' with
perfection of the applicance as it
'roil, in the war with Mexico and I for the purchase'of the stands today. There are various typeson W. J. & B. FORBES
'iroughom. the war between the WILLIAM MILLER property have been under "Way'for: several the market, but the essentials are
ates, holding a commission in the the same in all. There must b", a
'nfederate' armIf the of Bingham been
history .
keyboard provided: 'with a separate ..
h I' life! could be written it would Kid Parker Knocked Out. the prime mover in the matter,_ but ky'for each candidate as well as ".- --' ,- ,---

make. a story which would fascinate Baltimore: Feb. 3.-Kid Sullivan of associated with him in the t>jrcia! <(3 "Yes", and "No"' keys foroting on = = .. ", -,' '- -
'ti -
reader from -- -- '- -
beginning to end Washington knocked out Kid Parkerof are a number of local partfea ,who intEnd such questions as licensing. Count.era -7
The best wishes of the many friends In the second round of improving the pro crtJ.. for each key must be separate percent, voted andcounted
"f I Chicago a, ?1U 0 .
Cpn: rallllIpr: all Ofthe N 00 /
throughout vliat was schea'iled as'a fifteen-round The property face; on 'G "crnnlntsh'eet. ,I and dhtinf, and there must be, some : their tickets complete, leav
vlonda are with him for the completererorery !I fight before the Eureka Athletic club. and e\tena'3 through the cnUre system of interlocking to limit the three quartera of one per cent
from hU present illness block Intcndcncia J ing only declined to i .c i y"i"l:
to street. number of Ks capablof being as the total for thou who MARION

AnsKm itching is. a temper. .lester.rh Coldest of the Winter.. I I operated In any single! group. Privacy vote for particular offices, or who made I.
A for pan--lr.! Thomas
specific EClectnc
for the voter is secured by a movable hjch! invalidated their: : rec
scratch the it i Buffalo N.'Y.. Feb, g.-The coldest mistakes
more jou worse l Oil, strongest, ,cheap:st lim-'curtain, io connected: with the roe> ord. TheexperJ'ncc of the last elections s
,HIM' Dean's Ointment cures pileemaany -, I weather of the'wlnte was recorder ment ever de>ised. A liouseholl remedy -,| anlm aa t v' l'lbcrat! or engage the almost universally, was that 2 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET, : i
8 thermometers .
skin itching. At all today. At a. m. roistered -
[ in America :for 25 jears. machinery he is to sit In motion. party allegiance has lost its former .
I/II/ below
ag! lorc.j 1 zero
I It'must be admitted that the 'dominating strength and Influence, and it is.therefore : PENSACOLA FLORIDA. :
_.. after*inspecting mi- mat :
feeling a than ever Important ,
"T------ '---' --:- ---- ; more .
f thine in this! thorough fashion, is one '-splitting" should be
TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR' BEAUTY 11 MILLVIEWSpecial 1 of doubt as to !its advantages from the the complete in character and unim- i -- WHOLESALEHay -- :

USE!: ftandiwint of sJmpl'cltj.: )! Th! mental p9aetabls 'as regards accuracy. :
;lla1\'- wh'cli! f is capable of manipu-!
NADINE FACE ,POWDER la'iaga, : lIp complex ticket on one of NOT I I Grain and Feed Stuffs i ii
to The Journal. these marnins shou'rt: experience no RAILROAD: l I j
IS OIU:1I: : BOILS, O'LY. II Millview, Feb. 3.:-The, CYangeliat'I :J'fficulty: la marking a Massachusetts ,
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY HARMLESS AS meetings conducted by Hcinrich .
I! ballot. On the other band, the use of OF SCHEME
v ATE Kegel opened last night_ as announced: the mac.vues: ; !s a growing factor Ineeeilons BACK; i Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. 1 ,i .
AD1NR Fare Powder I H compounded andpanned to a great congregation We had becii the I I ,
throughout country 60
N by a NEWLY. PISCOTKRY: PRO. expecting ;rut things (from the 'evangelist there: Is at least prima fad: ev.- ,, : Experienced Grades., Prices Right. Grades Perfect. ::
Product's a brant'fat soft relvetr apt that
,. l CK.VS. ) washed ttt. but the real facts were far- be-!i i. Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : t
-e5-- ranee which remain: ( nnti dente: of their meeting aa admitted THEY SAY THEIR, NAME IS BEING : t ;
.., hes who nw Nadine Fae' Powder In green yond our expectation The pcner: Jf: bar
.5. ': =% boxes> are sure the complexion will be Ir.shf this able orator {iit beyond( d'scripfion: i I wnsj. Tee skill} brought to upon THEIR VIGOROUS Z Telephone 208. P. O. Bx() 661. 'i
and Ion ly at rjo f> *>f the "rv.mag. THE '' thp:r prnluctlon! has! already removeden I I USED AGAINST #
d R sot? AQ QUALITY W UShQUALED. Buy oueGleeniL in words.Imview: feels proud, arc! objection! once urged against them, 001010NMNN110N/INN N1010N 011101000NOININN
package; ad If non are not entirely sati fied highly honored'to have Iii her midu i r PROTEST. II III
;: + .w0 notify n.. ant v. will promptly Kfcruvu so talented a speaker and able pre cflfr oa the score; of slew voting, for they I I I
; YutiR310FtT.; : :lflro"E(1 themselves; capable of .
-- --' -- ---
ti 1K3is and -
!_ (;old by leading: d ruQfists, or maiL Price 50 ; that we appreciate his presence : ,
recordingotts: : at a greater: peal ,
c'ent s. \Vnite,l tech,1'ak.flrunew is shown by the tremenduous I '
f crowds that 'I than tnj election officers can handlethe I i Last :Sunday The ilournal contained
attend. Last
night Mr.
Prepared byNational ODE t
Kegel spent'the hour introducing! :' the' 'nec jsarv documents and cheek an article f, Toilet Co. Paris, Tenn. (off the'voters. In the Bjffa'o: election! I i
erangelW method, and outlining: a real estate :boomers who were Ini
some :
"tHE' NADINOLA 1Rtr hold tn Pen!!acoU by all leading druze iliti! topical .,,d i of 1901. 1041 voters were polled in ona
r2mme and after a very i f .i i Ptn 'acola and who said that a num GENERM. ARTHUR
: eleven hours of
brief talk on the general habits of the:I machines la the .oUns.i'
--- +1 A. point ,sometimes mad agajiut I
people, a-number were COJl'Te1ey.: to i intend-ed
the cause of Christ The indications.,, the machines on the score of indefinite i taking! a )
are thlj meeting will even our rival] voting is rot borne ont by the exp'ri-!gcejt of the: Frisco and K. C. .
the great meeting at Muscogeer: that' enc} rf San Frl! c'.;c)"J election: : i Z
Basket BallMonday electrified that community. Mr;: Keel]I twhep i :: over 71.000 votes: were polled.!Ash-.awn. a

will continue the meetings every niynt, .. ____ -T'I I Asa result of'this, arfiMc: The Journal
and Sunday mornhystat, J020; for tbe
next ten nights.. Com as ('irj.* 'as I I'po I .-- has :received the' following,. telegram
f '5Ible. In order to secure eeaU. The: P J. : ,
February 4 at '8 P M.oSCHOOL !'''suirounding communities are Invited, 'if :i' ? Telegram.! J .

to come and snare pith ,us too great Feb. 3. Editor Pen- -'
'joy of thl? rare event. i i St. LoutsrMo! ? .'
A large number of Jlyrtle Grove PuzzledTRY srcoU} Journal l.l Pcncacpla..;; Fla. YOu:1

PENSACOLA CLASSICAL I people are attending the big meeting, papcrot'Jap.:8: contains article t ,
:James Watson the 'advertising; : vtylag lnx.press.1cn hU company ISj
vs agent for Evangelist Kegelr .is the'I ''hct! ot she 7'IECP. ai d Kansas City
1 guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walker, I I {Colonization Compani:; We have
Y.M.C.A.REDS I Walter Biggs and ilr Tea? r 'of I nothng'to! '' dq! yNil.'*,and our name
f Pensacola, are the guests of Mrs.Biegs 'Grape :' and'tradb mark are being used against
Please'publ1sh. t tt
In Gymnasium of Pensacola Y. M. C. A. Two well!I Evangelist Keel his wife and Ms! i t cair'protett., A.. HILTON. I!

matched Promises to be fast and i interesting sister are entertained at ,tAe home' .of For breakfast, f\ Who' Mr., Hihoa is. J Is not indicated j)
teams. lunch or dinner he Is probably in West Florida in 1904.
\ Mrs. BlKgs. i I l v the'telegram.but anj d rEfrOvcr: .Z,0; 0OQO.; Sold
game. Mrs R E. Davis has chafga of the,!t And read "The Road to Well-, offing, pt either the Kansas City
f '
r- must for the evangelist. and is In:)I' v1lp; ." )In the pKc- i Southern Railroad or the Frisco sys-j" Frank Bcilly t' Agent Pensacola Florida
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$Z f&i **#* ii -3*# #Z* $ ,i! ''' I Pf l $1200 MONEY

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T. .- Buys nic five room ,cottage'"t'i'h

; PROR-.L. E, ALLEN The Quaint Old Pedagogue. 1 :, THdS.JI9AI. PEBLEY th an4.T. pfQn.! halj :on East Hill.: In Amounts of
** > $1,000 and
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'., > :; 7# : ._er"III.,..v.lsutfl'rflllkrUb- ehroDlo-cofl...f ,- i ESTATE tOANS"AND I N, 8th iivenue.; $-tOO cash'rsst on e"a-.=# up at
VSS : and Yiolinst Whom .The j| atlJatlOD an." &ha time r bad ... hh all COLLECTIONS .TkI! Is a ..bargain.. Investigate {-
I :: lDJ Ob of W'......wat.cr M 0-.. rr4hon'" be,or.trlJ : terms. ; 7 Per Cent Per
** ;;: : \\t: 14 "a-r: .ae :.t:: 'li te1:- r' 'PAt'APOX. AND' ROMAN. it: \ ; Annum.

aks 'Journal's Readers Love. LorI.g'II. .,h..,..a... before: I ..ed C..ta \4 4lalfered I; / PHONE. 553. I Three Icts,cbrner Gad>dyi 'and- 16ta

; A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH I .atold ..I..rywi lnernsl pilei.Thanks street on Caroline . .". .$950.,
M: ur '-' tram all I thos t)1a nors1ng.'.Yui
rl I
a. bek11 of I1lffflU(bumanhIva. One block.! Wssj King Tract 24 Hooton &

!;fi$";..4.,,'i.. ..- .. ...,..,.."i. ).,' . f1fr 7i-"ifo't h.:..........w.-.. .. .; t,.c.. ...cr..;;-: .,...:-..;.....'. .,i;; i\....$ ..r-t.-. .. .,...,..':-...."."...,..:. .,...,.. -, $ a." .r.flaberLoouo.. {Uo J. G YATES MI lots. .. :. .'- .-:. -. .- :..- ..$550. '[ Watson
ISix room' otta.;?. E. Wright stree'- ,
eXfor Leading Real
I Estate
2 ; $1350. : I and
: The Journal's readers have been en- which he has followed almost continu erlnten ?nt of schodls.inj.Santa; Rasa. !! /'OPICIAN: Moder.i i't.:' room,,hou$. wjth: gas. Insurance Agents.

lettalned at various Intervals for a long ously for the 51 odd years rsince'thattime. f county ant he discharged '\'doties'''Dr 3DS. 'THIESEN. BUiLOIGNDR. bath: room. etc. E. Cervantes St; $1900 I i.L
I Uma by the quaint but facile, pen of ,''f that office for two 'years// at.4 1 salary j! i '. Five room'- ous?""Isath,; :. N. ''' .
Hl.Ylle'l 1--'
: that unique character whom most of I In 1851. Prof.llell was married to; of $13.00; per month. ,- with ua, ; !iI41--: -- $1850. .. -

: them have known so long. Prof. I. E. ance for traveling'. expeciipi. IiP refused Ca4DYCAT ; 'C. 'E. BENNETT :l-O acre farnr. and -IKruoin house I:, Board and Rooms

Allen. The greater part of Prof. Al-)1.Jen' an appointment sucqwd himself $2000.. : -. S ; I --
., writings baTe ben, devoted to In th office jn ;JSS? and resumed > -- ROOMS TO KNT-7K( K. Crvant i
tha; biographies of various: old sttlers his work as a tcaelie:' ; I,, St. Call!! after p. m. No childSljanlw -"',

: In Escambia county who haTe lived By an act of the lO::iglature of 1900f: Never PI.ssnt.Ih"ral.table,!Weake"PoeeIlS.1'a.'OrtP"10.t.Good.. ,'.W.Do Nlorel'Good. WILL' RE-OPEN OFFICES IN PEN : I *

k and passed away during; his own residence Prof. Allen received a life certificate? ao.d u&rantee4 in kio The,.t.n.dn. toblil 1 Umped' C C C. i SACOLA APRIL 1st. :C. R. YAEGER

,-. amongst us. but so far no biog. which enables him (to, teach without, Sterling e orTO mosey bark. I TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 ana <101
Remedy Co.. N.Y.
Chicago or .
raphy of the gentleman himself! has further examination:: ANIUAL 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332 X. Spring! St. Good location S""'"
ever appeared.: The Journal therefore On May 22.!: last he sufferM a verj .. -. ____ _' -_......-_ .-.- ......--- I cial rats to parties or clubs inn,,
has gone to some trouble 'to secure ; severe attack of typhoid fever whick: - '.- ... \, Sirs \V. Williams" "! :222: :! X. Sprints;

a brief history of ths gray'haired ran a course' of 70 < DEPOT. Bargains
,; peiagogue: and violinist who is loved : his 77 yejjrs of ,aie this rpJiarkab'' OYSTER .

f- by all who know him and it presents old gentleman, who hasten many: ( ,'d \\ n' FOR RENT-Furnished rooms! Or
I. / Ill East King
Phone 1210. .
that its readers In the fol from child-' rent with or without l
history to of his contemporaris: grow cIar(1( \o
Tract lot. j
lowing liiiis: hood to manhood and :'then pass away. Flue Perdido Bay Plant and Escam per light:; housekeeping.. Apply. 310 \\-fK 1
:0' In block 45 Weal King '
Lots :
Prof. I. E. Allen. pulled through all right and' he is now bia Oysters at" reasonable' es. Gregory. jan; .(mo.
: i
: Tract, per lot. ?.. . . .75.00'Los
Isaiah Eilands: Allen was born in engaged in teaching a ten months better, C. Tabarras & Co: \. !"n block !95)!); Wcs King j BOARD AND: LOIXIING New furai.
school h looks
of and < ,
Jones county. Ga.. January 3.: 1828. ti rm than j he lias dost' .! l : Tra ,. per .* 25.00 :i lure large clean rO<'m!!. Teran f,2
;- and he Is therefore 78 years old. At and :?'s ybungsr ; Lots in 'block J2Ves t Kin; :j sonable. Apply Mrs. C. C. BEast rnc; 19

an early age he moved with his parents in yoars.: uni- i:I 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN Wi Tract t. per lot. .. tr . .30.00 j InUndencJa St. 18Janlrn.W .
Prof. Allen is of the quaint .
one ,
Hiram and Corlenne Allen, to a Uud r- fiaperi>r man.;:fm"nt. ejcepttoat Lots :in block 220. West King
place Brooklyn Ala., and in ,que'ehnractera; which yet remain with vuitaj:f'iI. .-.11 Tuur Around the World ; DR. JJL-rviocK1 t ANTI<; ).-A few hoarders
near us from that earlier period which.: : AnnuI,4)ri.t5j Crui<.,. in iebr!: "*rT. i ru : Tract per Ipt. . ? 20.00,1 aiGre :1%w:
1836. when soung Allen was eight gram N. Freo. COTTAGES 'AND HOMES j ;;o.-y. New house, gooo flrig.bornond : !!.
must now 1>> known to thj? present.and" I -
years old, they moved to the 13-MHo FRANK. CLARK, 9P( away, New York I Iroom I and on car line. 1j55l15e
only hy' 1 i : .:
House." now called thy -Old Shepard future generations DENTAL SURGEON j, cottages:!; renting $11.00
histories i written those': : .. . -100.001 1
Plcae" just above Roberts station ln- incomplete by per month each < $ ROOMS TO REXT. with or without

Eficambia county. Florida. who have passed away, He wou4: bej Crown .and Bridge Work a Specialty. '14 cottars renting $16.00'ptr board. :22 E. Garden. !8j.inlm

: THU waa long before the day of railroads PROF. I. E. ALLEN a strong personality any time burl i '- Painless Extracting. of Teeth. 'I month, taeh. ...?... ,., ,.$325.03

when Pensacola was nothing combining! 'a's h? dcfes the 'mann'i'rsJ] 28i! 'S.'Palafox St. : 4-room cottages renting $9.00: II NICE FURNISHED I ROOMS for re nt

but a small fishing village and the, j Miss P. E. Kelley, from which union and qualities of th3": olden day l :withj : MY SOUTHERN HOME | 7 and 9 Old 'Armory Building.. j per month, each ,? .$350.00 Newly furnished, clean anj nice. ,

great forests of Escambia county vwre there grew up a large family, all of the Keen perception which he posHesses -. ;;;: ;} J t Phone". '07!. G-rom hou p with: '/a" block! land I near postoffice. Apply at 12SU g

the home chi?fty of wild beasts .antI whom are respecVsd 1 citizens of' this of pressnt-day customs and aspirations '* # ## "'I I --I' f.astIliJl.!! .' _. .. ,.i ... $3000.00 Government street .lr.. B. M. Tram r.

roving bands of Indians. stat His wife dUd; in 1885, and in he U a character which must- '-rQom. 2-story hOlsl'lath, hot 7janlm.

In "1849. wh-en this young pioneer 1886 he wai!:: married to' Mrs. Mary T. I ever remain green. spot in the/ memory -, 2R .. and cold water 5 lots, East

was 21 years of age he took up his Jackson of Eufaula. Ala. From this of those whoso pleasure it ',basbeen CT !!j Hill .. '..- .. $5500.00 I PLEASANT place to board on N inn
r to know him. | Over the worla' wherever I roam S 3.ijd door frpm car line on Stron
residence in Santa Rosa county near marriage also a number cf children i Joppa No. I.f 9'1.e' o.f 'theacSe .ti.Iti+ 'ou 'rlla\J-A! ?
I Lodgfe 6 I. O. :
think O.
born and all of likewise I The friends of Prof., Allen all orer4} of! it stln.WY: Floria'a home; ; ; F. :: lisf ofother property. I will loa.i. street. "For'iartieularsaddress' No *,
what is known as "Corn JIm and attended were" Jhesja are ( I long for its lovely) magnolia's shad :: Joppa; Lodgft, Ni(): 6, r. O. ,O; Fnmts ,
school there for ten months. prominent and respected; memo West; Florida will ilioPe..that his I dream of bowers and etery.: Tuesday evening at 7:50 you half the' ,purchas: ,- price! on any .v L., __ 6jaalra
bers their ,communities. of 78 years will continuo to ycztlightly ; the oraugugrovesther 1 of this property.
this "
respective .
Before tile close of school term of o'clock ,at RalTrd.'Iiall-. .
th.esound 'of : ,., >st Garden -: OU newspapers at five cents a bun1Aat !
him and t .
he was offered a position as teacherIn ..He served for a short time during on St. "7'
And Visiting .brethren'arc'
scent the cordially this office: They
on bteezes.theperfurns; : arc all clcaa!
a school near Pine Level. which ho the civil war In the Confederate army merry fiddle the sight of his 'sll' I vit d. THOS. PEBLEY
rare -
hlSi ; and
accept, teaching for two t,-?rm.. This and was a federal captive at. 'Ship locks! and the Interesting In fancy see the light ,humming-birti I '., T;,,H. FLEETW000'NG. ,

was tha beginning of his long career! Island .Tor four we !
: as a 'school: teacher, a profession In 1880, Prof. Allen'was elected sup- I many many years to come.- 1 1I A 43 under the shade of' the fig freeI 31jan6ra PHONE 559. European plan. Rooms light ant
sit, clean. Transient trade solicited.
And .the notes of the turtle dove soft Pensacola Lodge. .No, 3. K. of K 575-579; S. Palafox. JU. S. !:Icolatt,
I to 'my ." meets every Monday evening at 7:20 ,
SOCIAL ear Prop.

I SAGE' : LEAVES II QUINCY I ATMORCSpecial IjJ In l low pleasant, trembling to hear.cadence. .' rOme o'clock POu at their stabl temporary., W. Intendencia Castle.Hailover St. D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. -

I iVEWSOFTIIEWEEK My l visions are filled wIth the mock Visiting. brethren ,cordially welcomed.
'ing-bird's J. A: KIRKPATR1CK. C. C. REAL ESTATE Miscellaneous
song, -
H. HORSLBR. E:. 'of R' & S ,
., to The Journal.. That thrills through ''tbe', forest the

S.cclal to The Journal. Atmore- Ala.; Feb. 3.-Rev. Tom 'Fllllngim :1 summer night long' R 't 1bone'Lodge No.' RENTS AND'LOANS Mattresses: and pillows made and

MRS. SHARON ENTERTAINED of Bluff Springs,, J'la., preached : ,And I taste the cool. fruit of the dark, ,: 30; K. of P, meets every renovated. Sanitary process. Upbo.
Brent, Feb. 3.-Most "of our strawberry vine done. Furniture cleaned '.
leafy ttering
2 Thursday
TUESDAY-CHARMING ENTER an impressive sermon to..a ,large ; eveping at 8:00
blooms have been killed by audience Sunday. .1'! That over the forest trees loves ton o'clockin their temporary paired an
heavy frosts on Sunday and Thursday TAINMENT, OF MRS. HARRIS Quite a number from here attends| ", twine. Castle Hall, over Pou sta We have 'the 'following special bargains 105 :-l. Tarragona St. 4fe:/ w
mornings. They should not ventureto p very desirable real estate. forfew
court in Pensacola the pat week. !;iu fancy'once more-I'm. threading the ble, W. Intendencla street. J. II. Logan Upholsterer and! Htaii
bloom until after the <&te of the ON THURSDAY. "brake," a days.only. ..
!ast frost Mr. Jack Nichols 'of Century, iij j. Visiting: knights are cor-j Caner Clocks repaired. Give 0'
killing which about
the 3rd of February. averages visiting! bis uncle,. ?\fr, Brit Nichols.} |f'rn fancy rm floating"again. on the dlally' welcomed. SPECIAL BARGAINS. ycur old chairs to cane. All) won-
: lake; -y ,1 J. D. KIRK C. C. 206 Tarragona sire<-
31 r: Groves; Pensacola.. was gvaranteed.
1 Wo enjoy Improved mail service Quincy, Feb. '3.-On Tuesday afternoon on businessWednesday.,. herej.|][ chase the rM'deer the dense C..J.. LEVY. K. of R. A =. .2:n lofs in block 170. New City, 80x137,I' 4fpb-lOi
now through the courtesy of Miss Ellen "hamak"" r' feet, line ..
on car . ..
Mrs. Haineu Frank 'Sharon entertained thrdugb; $400.00d -- -'-'---
Wefe to notethe illness otf
Enn. The morning and evening sorry | And I ; Kn1ghtsfCoIum' .. lots LESSOXS IX-Cookins and serving:
with a v delightful prog- Mns. Lee. Vair. gather up shells. in my little ,, corner 16th ave. and Gads
trains leave off the mail ad then we in of her canoe; 'Meetings of the <:E'n street .. .. . 1000.00 Cooking: vegetables meats, salads
ressiye whist party nonor James of Fla". aasi1moved ,
get The Journal fresh from the press.J. Palmetto ][ long for a glance the palm trees Knights of Columbus 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New desserts pastry cakes candie>

'I Miss Docia Wright has returned sister,. Misses Ruby, and Mae house Moore. his family dowa' and Intends. j high. are held at their hall. City ;. .. .,. ..., ? ?.? ; .._ $1,000.00One breads. Digestibility of foods fooo
Ala. The
! 1 fro'm a visit with friends at Bonifay.j of Llvingst m. was to locate here. i tad the sea-grape leaves that arequiTerlng'nI No. 8 West Intenden. 5-room house with bath and values, menus, etc. Sewing! draft in-:-
She contracted t'{ beautifully decorated with bamboo iflsi Annie Bowman visited her SISof'Lr. ; \t I ,
: a severe cold on' ; h, cia street, on every sewer connection gas in every room' cutting fitting dressmaking. Classes
reaching home after the middle hoursof and, in the hall..a tabla .entwined with Mrs. B. C. Hall, of Oak Grove, .,*nd the ru 'ged' live-oaks, nobly Monday evening at nice neighborhood. If taken a*I for women and children. t.\ McIntyre -

the night. graceful vine held a' bowl from which Saturday and Sunday. dressed'. 7:30 o'clock. Aa InB once; . ..., .. .,. ?. ".$1.450.0 > instructor. 301 West Chase
That perpetual-motionist who is delicious punch was served by the :Mrs. Ann .Majors of. Olive is visit- 1 3fel>l*'
.; 1[in airplants green !With 'scarlet! crest, vltaUOD b extended 6 houses in block 17, West King
creating a sensation at New Orleans qo te3Ses. Thope present were Mes-! In'g hermother here., I to v1aUng,: KnIghts.
.iVliile over the grd iiud. not (ar below, Tract. renting $30.00 per month. Will! NOTICE-The owner will not be rf'
reminds dames' C. S. Curtis R. H. Davidson 1'.i MJS? Ethel Nichols was -1 pleasant
me of two "cranks" with rhe JOHN B.
ferns! and flowers perpetual grow JONES: lend 2000.00 of'necessary. ...$2600.09: for debts contracted 0'
whom I was well acquainted in Ohio. P. May, G. B. Ma-isey, J. S. Shaw. visitOrat. Wawbeck Ala! 'several days. ]i: sigh for the Granges growing there FOX. Grand KnIght.. All of these propositions are bargains J1 the sponsible captains 'of the schooners KaTFay *
Mr. Martin Gelesple submitted his' invention Trogdoa J. L. Davidson: A. L. WilI -I ago. : dream of Recorder. /
il the ptbeanples rich 'and, I and will be held open for a few Sallie Guy. It 4-
S to the inspection of scientific I son. C. R. Prentiss; T. D. Ellis, A. J. Mr. Merritt of Olive! is".visiting hi a .rare, Stein S. T. Williamson W. H Ide,. I Penaacola LOdge No. 4, I. o. 0. F. niganiowner, Portland r ia. oieoiniThisTls'to
professors who could find no follacy mother. .
.. covet bananas s : in the device. Wedeles. Altschul, B. B. Woodbsrry. 'Mr. Fraik Bre ton r and MlsBJ. rna, figs that an epicure well .might meets Thursday I. 0. O. F;, railroad track very'cheap.. certify that the Ferr

There was no water used In Mr. W. H: Davidson. M. A.. Love, Willis Agerton were :zn ;r1e4at the Baptist II eat, 1 :t.J >* at the every new hall evening at'7-30 Good 8 per cent,mortgages. on .hand. Pass Inspectors and Shippers Ass! >
on West
GelaTpIe's contrivance. A stock comipany Willard, J, Burkhard. R. L. Munroe, church Sunday January 21, Rev., Fi!. dream of the lime:; like'a golden bud, street. Visiting Garden Best kind; of investments. elation are not responsible for
was quickly organized! and money I Misses Underbill May McRae, Lines, lingim officiating. And. the rustllngscaneiwlth; Its sugary 'Invited.. E. brethren cordially Property In. all"parts of city, vacant: following boom receipts of their :
j raised to start a machine which was Davidson Crawford and Malone. "Mr. Al Macks and :Mrs. Fannie Kel.' blood J. NEVILLE. GREENBLATT or improved, wanted and for sale. section: : Receipt No. 1347 of G <0)

never to stop. But action ,and reaction Mr.Stuart ''MtGiffln: of Edgerton lywere married iu Pensacola :Mon The olive that 'grows like'a' purple ---- Secretary. 30 S. Palafox S|. Robbins; receipt- No. 1348 of Fea..m

are always equal and in opposite W3.?; is pending 'a few weeks here. day, Jam uary 2!. sprite ". REBEKAH SISTERS Phone 234. and Hassell; receipt No. 1295 of Cha

: direction Friction cannot be entirely the guest of Mr. G. M. Und rhlll.Irl. And the guava app1e..large'an'i:? bright. Naomi. Lodge No. 10, Rebekah Sis- Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Insp -rtors

I overcome and the atmosphere bbEtructs ) ;. Delatour. Miss Holcombe and I hear once more.uin fancy sweet, ters': meets every Monday night at and Shippers Association, by J '

I, ;; all motion. Hence all his ingenuity Mr. Beekman Delatour. of Brooklyn NOTICE The Cry of the brilliant parokeet 1 J, tfclock in I. O. O. F. Hall Visit. Harper. Pros. Jan2S

i : failed and motor stock fell N. Y., are the gueste of Mr. and Mrs. And the redblrd's call as it. seeks to Ing; .sister' cordially invited to be pres Pensacola St. Andrews and GEO. JOHNSON cntractor a"J t uil.l-
to the bottom of zero. ent. MRS S. DeTHA ,
W. M. Corry. YER. estimates free :t<--
, ,, I ':fr. Gelespie the inventor of The new enterprising firm of Gart-- er, give you
Mrs. R.. G. Harris entertain most land Us-fluttering way-through. the. tangled FREEMAN. Secretary; Gulf Steamship Co. pair work a specialty. Phone 10:'::
the "odometer. for registering 'charmingly on Thursday' afternoon in ana Zelius. corner Intendencia and brake.

distance a vehicle is run. honor of Mrs-: Dickey of Oxford Ga. Baylen carry a select line of meats'. The voice of the wind as' it. slgfcs M. E.' B. A. No. 81. meets first and STEAMER TARPO.V Ifeblw*

Th name of the other "crank" who The parlor of Mrs. Harris's hospitable vegetables and poultry. A trial! order .through th .pines. *-.'- third Wednesday evening at 7-30 p. DRESSMAKING .&Ii'eew. Herman -

.' :; m-aated most of his life in vain attempts home was made beautiful with massesof will be appreciated.. Quality and price With, the distant 4foar' ot the ocean m. Raltord! Hall. No 10. West Inten W. 0. ;)DARrtOW, Master has opened a first-class dres;-

. ; to overcome impossibilities exquisite violets banking the man- guarantee against all competition. combines t" .,,. "* dencia: street FIRST-CLAL' PASrfEAGL'H; AN b making stop at her residence 106 li.I
I was John Siddall. lIe was "perpetual Prompt delivery. Phone 1132. To lull with the A. G. FELL Pre Intend Ladies invited to call.
telpiec?, festooning the chandelier anddecoratiii'g languor .of. soft 'SWEE. : fc.E14VlCEBetw nca. :
3y in the notion that. he only lacked Southern J; L. EY. sec. 31Jan3w
the tables while a red color clime rau-
and wheels to astonish the JL Col ...a1
money scheme was carried out in the Uar. The senses to dreamy repose for 'atime. W. O. W. : PENSACOLA. ExpertVaII
MOBILE APALACHI- J. N. Murphy & .Co.. :
'World -by winning the standing rewaralsoffered' Th, .
1 library by the use of gorgeous japoni-; : harp ver made, 10 fat : '. 'LIre 'Oak Camp No.' 1, W.oJ.. W.. COLA CARRABELLE." ST. ANDREWS Paper Cleaners; frescoed e"Iiflt.; !
: for a clock: which would never! .u is known, was that invented I Again. the -river's tide ,
. C8l H. Tha game of the afternoon was. and on flowing meets in Pythian Hall 1st and. 3rJ : ,- MILLYlLLE. cones and furniture .and all ,.armh..J
: reed windlir; up at the end of the cen constructed by M. Verltan, provost of i In a-falrylike yacnf seeni to-glide Wednesdays in each ,
tOMes the guessing of musical terms and month. Visiting' And all points' on St. Andrew* work cleaned antf""polished. Spe'taities.

THOS. 1Ic IILLAX.f phrases represented by different ..objects II I Burkli. near Bagel. It wig known as While the .rippllng.:TS waves, 'hold "gentle overelgns' cordially invited. Carrabe'le' and Apal ..hlcola.Say' .:. All'office& desks and CSIHP aspecialty.

and proved a contest of great the gigantic meteorological .Eo1La.n: sway : F. A. BOGHICH C. a, I' SCHEDULE The very latest mf'f no
. : interest The gusts were. MesdamesDickey : I harp. It' was 320 feet In'length and And the white sails' gleam' in'the1sun',, LESLIE E.,'BROOKS; Clerk. Leave- rebucoia Sundai. 8:30 n.I 1 the work of office and house <-ipann! ; ,

L MANY PEHSONS ATTENDED Hanna A. I.. 'WI'J.On. C. was erects in the garden of Its inventor -. 'bright' ray + _- .. :I ;1: Woodman's .Circle. ; m:i. for .Mo He. Al*. No dirt or trash to be remov'rt *w*
}. CHAUTAUQUA OPENING Curtis J. W. Scott. J. E. Davis, E. S'J I in 1787. This harp consisted of fifteen The And I masts gaze on of'the.the steamers schooners passing by.:'I. W.- O \V. C..' Oak Grove, No. 4.1: Leave .Pensacola. Tu
\ Shelfer, F: Littman. J. R. Harris J.j. iron v.ires! 320 feet Jn length, nigh. M towering" Vobdm n circle meetg every Thursday -:: m.. for St. Andi ws, Millviile.Ucaicola. Apa. for all damage which m>' (went
F:. Broome, E.. B. Woodberry, S. T.I 1 Carrabelle and Inttltllledia.8 the execution of workrt during
..- Many persons from >Pensacola attended stretched between two poles. The wires And the. 's boats 'p: m./2d'floor'Pyth& Hall over
;. the opening of the Florida Williamson. R. L. )Iunro?. W. H. Ide.;; were from two to three inches 'apart! round, flshw.m-between floating 'ou's' stable; on Intendencia! street I pclnts. P. O. Box ::-17. Pensacola, F>* *
R. M. J. G. I f j For additional Information api>iy t ::.ojan: "
Chautauqua yesterday from this city Daviison: A. Key. B. :Massey the Visiting sovereigns : I
largest being one-sjxth of an Inch Adding life to: the busy changoful cordially invited. J. R. SAUND
r end from all reports everyone who A. Shaw, M. A. Love, C\. R. Pren-,. in thickness and the smallest 'one-'1 f scene. ;, "}Iri. Leona Langford.. Guardian; Mrs.!I IE., R. COBB, President RS. STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ: I *
i attended spent a most! enjoyable: day. tlss E. A. Trpdon. H. F. Sharon U. B: .Olsen. ClerkTj5 .n''.I
Over Passn i
twelfth of an inch. They wOre placed the world go where I will.. ,' G.n. Frt. and Pass. AS: Rogers. master. ,
A train with Smallwood. Dskle W. II.
special the Davidson.
excursionists My home in the South is with Peniacolt. Fin.VMSVlLftAJaTfR.R service Iictwwi I'O'C" or.'
U the direction of north me still.Ana' : Freight:
apd south and _
I on board left the city Misses Davis, Id? Shaw Bnbry, Urby \; j
inclined sigh as I think how far away |,.anj Frs!'port. Ha. At Hayn
In such! I .
Diornlngr. and'tory coach was well and Malon a manner as to form I . .
i From the love and Saium' i;* SI
j scenes that footsteps i wharf Wednesdays
filled. Those from this city reached On Friday (,ve'llnglr.; ,.and Mrs W.' an angle of from twenty, to thirty degrees I my" REWARD: / others desiring "> '*"*
stray:,,. .. Tourists nud
some last night about midnight. 11. Ide entertained thehln' club. with the horizon. being stretched : I I
I I :. And I dream: again o'f happy hours [ HAUTE RRCHICAGO places of' interst on Chaciawnant: > :
by means of rollers
properly disposed I have whiled away in the! Land cf I Bay ami Santa Rosa Sound .1UIIY.1' '
for the purpose. Whenever. weath-. Flowers. I II mat thIs trip. Special rates fo> (IIJI'

Cr changed the wires sounded with Jacksonville Times-Union. iJT I I I tips of tin or more. For rst'..- '

such loudness that it was impossible to ;" f ? othr information. apply on I hlMI"> ')fj

: East Hill Grocery Co. BO on with a concert la the boose. The ".y... Hope .< ,H..r.*. \. j j address: P. O. fcox 6S2, Penarola *
sound sometimes represented the hissing Bouad band snd, foot,and gag. ed th*, I j I 27ian 'U

noise of water In rapid ebullition; maiden was puLlatftthe gunny sack, ; JOHN F14() Boot t'ndsho'flst'

sometimes that of a barmonlcon and hid usable t. nor? er scream felt, Fin-- ("lI"to'm work to older. r-p-il(*

I- F. M. BOWES Manager sometimes that of distant chlmtf" or 43 herself! being! carried dew a flight ofstairs DAHylLLETEPRE lug; nTat/r'al: and workmanship 1.
organ. put.:1-IIo.a: b .ggyatsd. then driven -. ante?.t. Pea! e :Rive m.it call '0J.

Tfc. oewn tae. street laeffectaaiiy ens' ;. Gon-rninent: street. I'hone I K Soft ;
i NeV Arrivals I Speaking of bad Lou- tried to leleaseTiVrself from the'gag. :1janinlTilE
handwriting, a J I I
Alas, she oaood too securely *OI
cashier told this story of his JI D.VlS ...
QUEEN OLIVES IN JARS. .3Se and WHITE: CHERRIES, EXTRA encounter with a clergyman who came': Fiaally!! the esv.yaYce stopped She' JI I ; ?- NEVILLE'' I I wholesale and retail nanufactur-

f- In a fury to complain that his written was again canied, )Jato .a': building. and dealers in cotton mattresses-'

65c. FANCY, 30c .CAN.COMPLETE Instructions had been Ignored, says the fala r .an&'gaapia.tor'breathi.| : Tba, 1 --, I NASHVtLCE ,* t I bed springs. Second hand (urn fIl.(.

f London: Chronicle. "Really sir, lack was1'taken.frea her bead The ,I I bought!; and sold. Upholstering: anrfI
ASSORTMENT FRAN- hieroglyphics completely bafHe" be- ,] villain still masked/took th 'gag from: WARRANT for the arrest of this wo t I pairing: a specialty.! Ill E. Belmor

f' ANCHOVIES IN JARS.:.......30ci gan the '. her month, her eye gleaming like coals I TO THENORTH tI St.. city. Phone 77J. C. T. !0;.' t .
CO-AMERICAN SOUPS. the clergyman.: "rneroglyphicsrshouted '"Bless my I of fire through his black mask released -1 I man.Wire sheriff at DeFuniak Springs! ,J MONTGOMERY I I Mgr. ,_ _-_ ,_ liJ311 "

her and hisnect through his I Florida $25.00! reward for (the
I heart! (he was a eantious .speaker). tightly/ : child. CUT FLOWER3-OM rsj pr(1hlJ1tI

f. KIPPERED HERRING 25c PER MORBELL'S$ UNCOVERED HAMS "I won't have my; writing questioned. clinched teeth: "There my pretty bird; Fisher Monroe Douglas.! This woman,1) MOBILE I j filled for res:?*. carnations: ; fl"1"
scream and yell loud as like Florence Wood kidnapped him fromFree60rJ. kind Mst. Hen;
CAN. ,Send for my pass book,. I'll close ayaccount. as you ; and design of a'l :
BACON. Fla.: the
1; ." Then fr m'tbe Cashier came no human ear will ever reach you. Ton on night of SeptenH THROUGH- Smith. 616 ='. Barceloia. PhnC"l_
b"'r'6Ua.1905. The child is 6 SERVICE
areIn hear years oil
Do -to-, ,
my power. you
the soft answer "But bet1r, scholars. i j I fair skin )liaht hair has VIA TALORI( G--B. I.. Diamond Tailor.
t KIPPERED HERRING IN TOMATO MORRELL'S JAR BEEF. the ,'r tally within my; i cnrerr'where amt for''lteeth fi I
1 hieroglyphics
should be a compli- off pressed ant
Gents cleaned
rotted : very plump weight, L.&N..E.&T.V4.andC.&El I clothing
i :.. ment.* The clergyman're4eeted. langu- I'l" she gasped. "In a store that never I. i short No- Ii *
about 50 pounds; very bright repaired on notice.
r SAUCE, 25c MO RLL'S'.S.AUAGE.. eeL All right." he said, "I don't wart "advertises.". was the croat response.' Expenses paid both ways delivering child. 2 NASHVILLE VestlII/.d! :/ Tkiwnsti TO Train CHICAGO Oatt* 2." I West Government St.. Pensacola! Fii:

r that pass book." For be bad 1Q. alas I" she moaned. "No power DeFuniak Springs Fla. ., ,
remembered child Jo. !.,. in addition ; THROUGH SLEEPER not DAY COACHF9 Idee._
: that "hleroglyphlcir.denotes etrth_ can save me; no'ope wilt look- 'to t 1ir..123 reward. NEW ORtCANS TO
: aalmsker.TlG!
t j H. 'PORTER
t Ply tbe handwriting j| for'me.here. And the POOL girt'fiint-i --p' II.ADOUGL i'''I D''NG CAliS CCMV.WQ! ALV eti.s a. fIGUrE I r
O4DI'1aatb'Ichoarly t"
*Z FANCY, 25c CAN. \: SVRLTP,40cQUART.-" caste <:t |'ed-Beel'Ce k (N. Y.) H .Jlld. =, J. 4'. Father of the7 chili, j 4 jD..1LELLaIAK.SPA_ LLl0GUsq...Act. 'I street.Orders and taken tOIlS
'tents awnings :
1 tvavtia _
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Got Some Idle Money ? PROPOSITIONA IS MADE. .1 I HOOTON Successors to&Thos., C. Watspn WATSON 6 Co. ,

WANT IT PUT store building. corner of Intend In Ral E\ o.ate than,'auy other class I Leading Real Estate Rental and Insurance Agency
WORK SO IT WILL MAK YOU ncSa and RrVtelona tfeers, rfenUng I.t investment. The propertits listed ,

SOMETHING ?J5 O'J per month{ or J42Q! -CO pv. yea*. below will) .yield_"Sa 11 e r t rn'; I

For a few days th's"! id offered! .at A Few Attractive
Offerings in Real Estate.
We Find ;;.1 .;.r.: .; .!';. $3200.00. t I. I

'. > $500000 will.!! .be? .1 its. value. in a $15ooo.OOlan brick
: ( year 120 feet on Reus street by 155; feet: e building on a gcod business corner. .
or two. on Csnantes' :; this property contain .$7.500.00-A. 'large 'lot, lying west of and uear .Palafox, St., about 250
MOO-HOME-o. ROOMS. 'ttbmrbousc ftv front-by,132 ft. 'd- A bargain.
Good Investments 5 lots with a good 6 (rented I !p.
nce: little. 5 rooma and .l all room:* ) ground level and new fencs I.I I $7,250,.OO;-Large 2-story: brick, building opposite site Jf New City Hall

papered. City water. C'ose In town 1 around entire enclosure: |T5ff.00 cash Tbu must be cold at once. or will be withdrawn from market.

IF'R THOSE WHb HAVE MONEY NOT 51500;5) room nous?. everything.mo! balancer 1.per censor-'nll:c&!h"$27&O $S..SO.00-Lag 2soryiilellmg. with 10 rooms$.. servants quarters
AND WE'LL RECOMMEND AT WORK, ern. 2 blocks from car. {Irs modern conveniences. Stone sidewalk. Lot SO by 180 ft. West
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GILT' EDGE. IF YOU ARE $3150-Larg? 7 room house Hajne 1 -
ESTATE INTERESTED IN REALm !atreet.LOTS. 1I $2,500.00-A verj ales cottage' on North Hayne St., with lot 80 by
IN PENSACOLA, "GAMBIA COUNTY. OR 'Very desirable building lot North I i you take Im having a fire insurance 1:5t. .

WEST FLORIDA OR SOUTHERN ALABAMA, WE : $50.00 Rus St. 75x183; facing east. ...$l30!,! policy written up without knowing J..OJO;) .'00-Larg? two-story. dwelling- on North Davis street. Very desirably. -

WOULD BE GLAD TO GET IN TOUCH WITH| YOU | anything about the company that issues "
-IT WILL BE TO YOUR INTEREST. tho policy. In case of fire luck 2ooo.OO10tH on Eait Hill: car line; southern exposure, overlooking ,
WRITE.CALLPensacola $1.00 cash.and :50; nts '
el ,
c prrTw or .
OR HELLO $3.00 may get you back what you paid in ,bay. Ono of' the prettiest building sites on East Hill.
wh. and
$2 month. These
lots will be. worth pr 2 2' North Spring street. Take a L premiums or it may not. i I $1CJO.-Comfortable--.Cottage on Brent Road near Cotton.Compress.
|100 to 1125 before
look'at this and you will be convincedof $1,100.-Jo'tvo) room' dwelling with large lot on corner; East Chase
theytare l'ald.for on the terms otr? ell. street ? .*.
If Substantial
its found value. d sired, will' Insurance I
Such easy ternis are 'not offered: eve.-)' J lend 1150000 on it at 7 per cent; $l,0G0.004-Fhe very desirable building. lots; making- a frontage of 200 :

day. I am selling these lots fast and price.' ..... .. :?, .,*..' .' ., $2400 I we write' up daB)'. Companies represent ft>near"S: ddar 'sWacc.( ]
tavestmeet COo they wil'! :oon, be all sold: cl' are as solid a? adamant. Quit
-Irul tv3 >(thirds ot sale price on taking' chances s when-our cafe policies LOANS IN ANY AMOUNTS. HADE ON REAL ESTATE SE-
any of tae above property. are as cheap as questionable ones. CURITY. ON: SHORT NOTICE. AND AT. LITTLE COST TO BOR '
4. H.
D'ALCMBERTE City Hanager.H Lst* jour property with ma for saK Call. ROWER.
Onj of a very cholca bun!lIn.; -
H- NOWLZS, rrejUtnL K. B. SIMPSON! S.cr.Ury. mad Rents*. collected and prompt returns lots on North] Hill adjoining a handsome -I' WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICLT A SHARE OF YOUR PATROVGE. .

J.I. STILLMAN, V,Prtf. and Gen. Maul er. KNOWLIS HYZR. residence,lot '70x150.....$1575 j i McDavid-Hyer Company AND IP YOUR RENT RETURNS ARE UNSATISFAC

I Real E.tate Loan.. General Investment Agents New York I SATISFACTION. FIRE INSURANCE PLACED .IN FIFTEEN. OF -
215 South Palafox Street, Pcntaeola, Florida. IESLIEJ.JROOKS '7 room bath and.toilet, erlookitg: : 8 E. Government Street I RENT A DWELLING OR STORE OR DESIRE A RENTAL AGENTV

d---- 204% _S. Palafox St. .Fisher Building., bay E.. Jad&on St..... .. .. ....$3250 I Phone 700. Pensacoia, Fla. WE RESPECTFULLY: YOU' TO CONSULT USj!

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WANTED I I WANTEDYoung I FOR SALE 1 l 3 ]lot* on 'North Palalox St. adjoining For Sale.. ,

__ I 2. story .residence., we bUc'only- PHONE 54. .34SOUTH PALAFOXSTREET.:
Beach 3 more dan on these, for all... .$350 FOR SALE.-Full blood Barred Pl>.
rrRKSSES made to order;. old ladies to become trained Haven the coming suburb, J mouth Rctk: White Rock Fisher
r esbt-s renovated and new tiikmi << Penl cola. Extensive Improvements 'a .' -
;:ai nurbiw. There are six vacancies in Strcign and Brown Leghorn Fowelu
') HheO if dOliroo. Ring phone 771 the Fen wick Sanitarium Training to be made this year; street car Una Eggs per setting of (15)) 100. For
,.A::1 I atl4E. Bclmont St 2feblm ,I School for 'Nurses. Advantages uncxJellied. guaranteed tor beautiful in the near future. $35.00 I Block l in West King Tract fenced,I further information address Plymouth I ForSaleFLORIDA Timber

\\ \:"Tl'-positlon a.. stenographer! Good Eh'glish education requiird. price for waterfront lots. This I: 6 lots wIth 4 houses adJoining: 12 lots Rock Poultry Farm J. J. Pope Prop., Lands
lady of experience. Good rcfeiftu -i also references. Wirte Dr: F. a short Urns only.I For further with 4 houses East King Tract, 8 L. Box 8, Bristol. Fla, 7janlm CURIOSITIES shells

Address L. M, care Journal. 1Youn. Superintendent- .Fen particulars call on or write,'toENS4COI4 :I lob and 2 bouses on U, R-,' 2 lots ou shell Jewelry, wood :novelties leather -! -

I t.--'I w* I wick Sanitarium, Abbeville, La. It INVESTMENT, CO. R. R., 6, lots" near Stoddart. A3 a FOR SALE.-South half block 211,I goo Is, Pnsacola souvenirs, live and.I
whole this I property ,Is worth $sooo0Is fronting 100 feet on 13th street by stuffed Alligators. Goods packed'. ForSaleWe

\v VNTED-To buy old gold and silt I'1 M YTTRE5SES RENOVATED New now offered a( .....T.......... $760Q IOn! toot! on Bay iew Park; also! ready for shipment. :Mrs. C. N. Me
\ '. broken up stuff regardless( of i tick furnished it desired.: AH donein HELP WANTED i ; south half of block 212. fronting 400, McClure. Opera House Building 107 C. .

>izo Cash paId. Llgntman! &. Klein.! good order on short nOticiLeave __ feet on UL1 St., by 137% feat on Bay ready for shipment. Mrs. C. N. _
ijt. Wright. IfebLKPKRIEN'CED : orders at Green & Watson! Phone WANTED-At once-house. sill- Apply -: View Park. The" only property adjoin-I ,

__ __ 193. 4feblin 229 N. Spring St. Jeb41w[ Property in all parfg-of cityyfor sal*. ing Bay View Park that Is now f.)t FOR SALE-17 lots on, North Rail have! them. Several splendid.

STENOGRAPhER WANTED-A goo, cook. ;Apply'$? J5' If you don't sc!what you want, ask sale. The beautiful view down the road street. Exctllent. location, for large and small turpentine locations,
Je ires position with first-class firm. WANTED.-All kinds of electrical Wright St. ..' '.' .It'' for I It. bayou and down the bay can never be I factory sites or resident proprty. Saw MUJs. and Saw mill locations
n of references furnlshel Ad. work. I sell all kinds of electrical AN'l'ED-An office obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jlyAUTOMOBILES. Price $1.25000 Terms to suit. Ap(i Some excellent bargains in large

II- "Position care Journal. batteries and other electrical supplies. Dr. C. W. D'Alemberte.boApply feb4-2t.to, ply to J. II. Kohler care Saunders':(and small traita of round and boxed
Jan1\\ When you need' me ring 3tii .or &55. t/ > .-I am agent for the Kill: Co. .SOjanlw* timber lands.
E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry. building WANTED-Salesmen of ability and I Money to 'loan on |real JM estate aecur!. Pope Mfg.CO. and can sell :you autos I Large tracts of Mississippi DeKa
\ AXTED.-F1rst-class millwright cir- E. Garden. ladec. neat appearance to call on all .merchants ty.t ;ou want good security and from $500.00 up. They cost less than FOR SALE-House at Gpuldlng on and Hard\"oo4 lands.
!lIar Law filer and hammerer is line in their territory; elegant'side F interest remitted, ;;promptly. Place horses to keep up.. They can be ran hard road. rooms. bath) and kitcn-I. Splendid 118(.. of valuable propertyand
i>i>ea tor t, position. Reference fur. WANTED-T6 loan money on your convenient t\l\ carry good. commissions -; ,your ,idle .money wUh, us to lend out In sand or anywhere a horse can go. en;' nice stable. Strictly cash. :31. fine location for a Colony or Stock

D sht-d! Address J. H D., care Jour-, watches: jewelry and personal effects ;. prompt remittance. .'Belmont for? ,.ou. Leslie E. Brooks. S. Borras, Standard. 'Oil Co.'s office Farm l& South East Georgia
r..tl i office 26jan2w Highest cash price for old gold Xifg_Co. Cincinnati O." '- It* PensacolaFla.; 30janlm*j: Some of the choicest residence

"AX1'ED.-Ileal Estate for sale or :and bilver. Lightman! & Klein, 106 E WANTED=jpJirie red: a5d<< :: reliablemen FOR "SALE-One fine display case; __,__' I r places' i- the beautiful Kttle city of
to sell our "1906"jrIghtec i 21 feet long. '8 feet high and 3 feet DeFuiiiak
Wright. Ifeb ,
"'.nl.. leas-d or exchange. Your bus! '.' FOR SALE -Two or three wagons Springs, Fla.. and In Mlltqa.
1'ihtlslng fans, reorf, nized: as.works Fire insurance! jijae'd! IlL reliable wide. Suitable for aJmost any kind Fla. .
r.: :> pectfullj solicited J. A. Wile drays and horses. cheap, if taken
of art; large commissions! : Apply to E. L. Reese
.. WANTED. A. R. wants prompt set companies*.< sL. of business. ,lOUt' prices and terms are reason-
Bingham within
few Phone 614
"In Real Estate Agent, 2:!% W. Gonnient \- tlements. United States Novelty Com. .. 5 Jan. a days. or ap
street Room 7, Salisbiryunding your moving and hauling He guarantees I ply at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan, ( I able.Cal
all breakage. Phone 630. pan. Cincinnati. Ohio. it S' _._ I I on or write to us.
Phone 172 23jan : BROWN & CO. JUST RECEIVED-Large, shipment of
Large manufacturer Imported Olive Oil.. Retail by pint WOOD WORKING MACHINERY.; I
KOIHKERS get Kduffmans prices QUICK DELIVERY-Hauling of all wants plain everyday sale**i '201.rhl;, : i 1'. Building. gallon or larger quantity. O. Morasso one 6" Moulder, four heads. pO; (
for developing: and finishing. Best kinds solicited; moving ot furniturea man for Pensacola territory, to 8ellslap.le 1... Co. ship chandlers.and grocers. 701 knives and cutte ;. One wool 'TURNER&AYMARDI -
Sac} cheapest in city. Romana and specialty East Hill Transfer Co. well ,advertised line. No, ) tail Phone 918 South! Palafox. 4oct. 150 knives and cutters One woodworker
Palafox 20 janlm Residence Phone 4H; office Phone; or blue sky salesmen need apply or' jointer, with! two hea4s,1 '
918 14janlm I State qualifications' fully.. B, !:>.x" 1343.. FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs knives, mbiting: tools', saws.etc. IOns Real Estate and -
WANTED; .-Second hand furniture t Si. Louis It* Duke of Florida I
sired by 68923 out
Money to L an. 36" circle resaw_ latest pattern for 1 Abstract
and! household articles of all kinds ,
Orphan of
WANTED woman to do house of Baltimore 5S544. bevel and straight boards with saw

r eaoh Address P. 0. Box 353. I FOR! RENT work; also small} boy. Apply. 227' E. MONEY LO.ANka.cuialLklnds; of per. All guaranteed Carl with Setterlind registrations and complete. One Edger .Harbor and P. O. Box J 115, Defunlak Springs, Florida. '-

Intendencla: St. 2fet>3t* sonal pioperty on short notice. pedegrees.- Chlpley three saws from 10* to: 20". Belts

\VANTED.-Thepublic to know that FOR RENT.-From' Feb. 1. an elegant WANTED-A good cook; good. pay.-- Terms easy.; .JB.* Gray & Co., 2 W.! Fla; 26nov. counter fcliafts, main !Jn shafting and

old newspapers can be bought at! 2storyrootn! house, with bath,, White or colored Apply- 107 'E. Romana Phone 1165; Ifeb FOR SALE--Nice. clean old newspapers pulleys. Machines comparatively ne'w.j I __For Sale.
Government St. 2febl w. at tire cents a bundle. This office Selling on account of no further ]
THIS office for five cents a bundle. They hot and cold water connections. cor MONEY tOLOAN.On real estate or for '
all clean and a've. = sufficient security ) thrira. Apply Henry Monk general -FOR S\LE-T,,'o largo rige work ?
ire and nIce.W..NTED.Electrlc ncr 12th St. .9th Apply to C WANTED 500 men. good pays permanent other by apply 16 '
Tbos. Pebly.. 30jan I CI -pass circulars,..tack sign I tag to Thos. Pebley.. cor. Palafox and contractor.! or Fort Barrancas. Gregory Fla. S',1PeneacoLi. I I I mules Guaranteed Sound and in
FOR SALE-200 acres good farm Ian i "ccod condition. Jiiit
work of all kind.: -no canvassing. Cont'nenta] Romana. up stairs. 17nov-jn. thing --
Let clean fans. : fllstrlbp 2% miles southeast/ of Chipley. inWashington 1 beavy hauling. Reasons for selling '
us jour rezatr:; jour FOR RENT.-Elegant story 8-room I
uting Co. Chicago. : In1vest I
IO LEND-On. good FOR SALE.-If have OO
real 'U. to
MONEY estate you
county no waste land; 30 I'tlle! too slow for bwln .
uraino. dj jour wiring, cic. Pa aato cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply ; grocery }
," Pen>:acola Electric Co. 203: S. Walter Jngraham Star LVun A BRIGHT BOY-who wants to learn security or on good collateral, acres ready for cultivation. Good in a saw mill proposition worth 4!I Price for pair. $15000.) H Muller: 40'(
to :
':a icnfehCOND, the printer's trade Is requested to at low.est rates. Leslie E. Brooks.fisber lima rock quarry on premises. For $10.000 write Lock: Box 26. DcFuniak: South IPalafox ::St? dry. IoflnENT.EIegant apply at The Journal office. :.feb2: : building. 21jan further particulars! address Mrs. L. Spring Fla. This :wiIi stand the '
HAND CLOTHING all Wiselosle, Marlanna, Fla. ITjanim'FOR closest investigation and,the first man FOR SALE.-10( room house corner .
WANT two storeroom WANTED.-Cement finisher!' am I Iplasterers MONEY LOANED on kinds of personal ,
story C
3 blocks from
with the money get? itNo time to lot Palafox lot 96t
ED-Hlxhtbt price paid for short
gent's"tolhlng I at building No. 45 property notice.
in new Star Laundry building, Navy S.\LE.-Pecan: trees; all sizes; waste. with agents Qr.tri1.irs.} jjan 192 on car line. For particulars In'
only. Also s.il J. W. Bullard.
second hand L LNo. :
: Garden street. Apply Walker In- Yard. R. I. Kennedy. SOJanlw* Terms easy. upstair .
K"tds. 9 E. Intendencia.! E. 28% South Palafox St, Phone 1144. from extra fin* paper shell seed. W. quire of Standard Clothing Co. 29jan
f_graham, Star Laundry. ,22dec.. WANTED.-Fiftesn good ..platereraon Snor E. Acosta. 14jan FOR SALE.-One choice' block; on top -:=iut-
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wanted orI I - building No. 43, Navy Yard of the ridge; east of the electric NORMANS PILLS received
by the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W.Vfnunent. .I A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for: SOJanlw UNLIMITED amount or money to loan FOR SALE,-Second hand Babcock: railway, between, 7th and 8th! street 55,600 < Compound Cathartic. For -
Phono 181. Only the i rent suitable for furniture or other oa all kinds of personal pro ertr. buggy., rubber tires, in first-class Nautre has favored this section and it sale at The .Alligator and West End
*,3' nf work. Idee I goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona WANTED.-Boy about sixtesn to Special rates to business men on large condition. !For information telephone cannot be duplicated: A. V. Clubbs. Saloons. ISnovlm
1st Phone 630 ZOnov learn glazing( Apply Saunders Mill I loans.. The New York Loan Co., 204% No. 51. '. FOR SALE-One :No 3 A Eastmans '
AXTED.-Jlaullng and transfer :!,1- =.=- -- Co., 29 J East Garden. 'iJai South Palafox. FOR 'SALE> -Beautiful block In 1 New folding pocket ko 'ak: a bargain Ap'1'lr
.o-k: Offlce phone 363; residence,I 1 I I FOR $AL .-Thoroughbred Scotch City. Tract No. 312. FCr Cash (00.! to E. 1.. Re 'se. 124 S, Palafoxttreet .
pnor" 3DO Acosta & White 22.28 N.:: LOST II Any intelligent person may earn i ia a collie imported stock also one r Apply to A. M. ll MUla:. Court Housa SJao.FQR .

Tarragona St. 23ma"J: i good income corresponding for: Safes! Safes! Safes! I -d"s saddle.. 1102 E. Gatl den street laug -
__i rewspapeis; no canvassing; expert:; 283:;. 20jan2w:! I S.\LE-7-room houso at Gould.in'g
I i iNTED ''LOST-One gold breast pin. with erce unnecessary. Sand for 'partiC'i' -, I or phone FOR SALE OR RENT-:New.; modern, Apply to F.. L.akergret".

al\ the .!-Everybody to take dinner I,j I heart dobign and initial B. Rewardior 1I I lars Northern Press !yndteat Buy Diebold Safes! FOR 'SALE.-Most beautiful residency :, two-story !'Ix-room' house, East:. Jill), Colliding. Fla. _28janlm* 1-
Southern: Hotel. 9dec. 'Journal. 4fcb2t I A. C. Blnklay.:
: return to tx>ckporu N. Y. htj6thO: i. block in Pensacoia overlooking the near cars 9jan .
.1 I I I -'--- ---- -Improved and unimprov
CANTED.-The Merchants Transfer : WANTED.-100 laborers, wages $150 Scarritt Moreno, bay and Bayou Tex dr. Magnificent FOR SALE.-Nice. cleannewspapers* e Co- wants :your moving and fcaulins.I I J..OST-Chlld's signet ring; initials; da)'. Apply factory of live" oak- magnolia, and other shade'I for' sale. Only $e. a bundle. TheyI -. WiUon & Co., Real Estate Agent.
per Ooujdlng
All 1 1 J. U S. Reward for return to111 Ideal location for home hotel
breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tfloren Fertilizer Co. Agent. trees.. I make: good wrapping p p.r.and are Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone
Proo. Phone 978. lSjunelm.j j jWest I Chase ,street, feb4 2t. I4jtn j b I I or sanitarium. A. C. Binklp.J' just I the! thics to put under matting.: I 172. J3jan

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We Sell all Kinds of Real' Estate. 1i HOMES, FOR ALL.,

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If 'you are looking far *. home or a, plac to locate In business, look
Real Estate investments carefully niade'uot only brine current Interestbut "* .
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are constantly increasing in \"alu!., ;<...;:\:"". i : : 5-room and hail Cottag in 'Petterseii-addtMn. Little Banu.- Beau

........ .i >* :. "- tiful location .. .. .-> ',. j,., .. _.. ,', .. ... .," .,. ... .. .. ..$1500
123: ft on the south' sid? of DeS.flo.sttetby 180 ft. on.the'weat. ... ,.:. : ; A two,l'torr residence on ftor)n Ba>Ien str-et between Cervan-

s.de: of Ileus .. ,: *!.-. !.! f'-; *. :$2500.00 : : : tes and Gddsden. lot 70J}' 125:;, ft deep..., ...; .;.-. .. ..;.. ..$3000.00

7 room and hall house with 5 lot S., E. cormr of 16th St. and

One-fourth block in New City, between. lath and 16th' avenues : ISth a\-enue.. .. .. .< ?.<...} t .<. .' -O io. :... .. ,.. .. .,.... ..$250000 ,

5 Jots on car .. .A.'I.s.: ,. ..-, ...*.. -.5 815.00' .:, : : ;, f \ .: S rooms and hall ,k,t 50 ftj frOnt on Bar, between. Clubbs and ,

; '- ;c'2 :."' "-- ., .. ; .. ,. Olivia St.- .,. ";. v; .e.." "". .. ... .... .... ... ...$1200.00
125 feet by 150) feet deep on West< Strong., *.*. *. .. .,, ,. .. .. $ Sooool'." I 1 r;'.. ..:'f\.r.i"" .. ; .1.- 2 story 5-room house withiUouble ,balls connected with store on
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:i v v1 I2tb'l1venu: : :. ;j I .. .,.( ;. -:- ;- corner Chase and 9th avlnu ..' ,. .. .. .. u" .. u .. ..- ,.$2000.00
5 lots on the N. E corner of 13tbseetiand' fOf1S00.0J-:: .. ., ,
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'r .... *. .:-." REAL ESTATE .J f.:.", .- "- 144 ft. by 192 fu deep on East Garden street. Lotweeh Tarragona
11 lots in block 96, W. st King tract; ,:aMinerflorthwesit- corner>> :- ... bought sold; ) and rented. Estates man. !; t i:, and Palafox: streets.. .? .. ,.. .,. ... ,... .... .... ..".. .... .$14400.00
: >' : 1 ; 40 ft.. front East-Iut.endencia Palafox! : street (
on near improved) $5000.00No.
GaJsden and J-streets .. ...:1""f< ... ,v. ? ....:.: .e .$550, 'ir' ;: '4' as' 3d =and all kinds, of realty badnessatjendej 10r r :. .... 1019: G, :St.. 5-iooms.aud.hali apd outhouses t 6 lots. with
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.,Y.; .*'.. ..:..."* i, \ .: to., W.eba\"e.a.fe splendid! ,. '" _' .,"-...... ".' ';', Louse;; a bargain at.. ... .... *-.-'*. .,, :"* .... .. .. .... .. ..$1000.00
f Iot3 on N. W. corner of Romana and. C. :strfets.,, yC j .? $150.oo 'Il 4cbancesfor. '
t'- of
> : Lot 35 ft, front on Zarrasoasa Su south square.$3500.00 -
'd''', > INVESTOR8 'T' Lot 84% ft. front on Baylen. $t.., 86 ft. deep between Romana ,

North U Block 106 and 113 on North Palafo* street. 30 ts.$2200 ( and Inlendencia SU.. .. .? .. ":.....% ._i. ... .... .... ....$6500.00 ,
Just now. Lots that are urs to !I. Lot on South side B. Romana 'St,, 40x170 next to Bass & Co..$Woo.oo
10 lots in Block 134, West KingTract, SB corner of Duval andO creasy in valu*. Houses, for sale to MONEY at th; lowest'market rates of interest on improve or vacant

street .. ... .. ..., .*' P.' 'ti- ...* -- .. ". $300 ,rent, ptc. city _real estate. '
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I -. : I[REV1 R1NEHAROTT [ BASKET B BALL.: [ N NBE rlO! whiskey'O/Of/Otf', I McMillan Bros. Co. LIFE ASSURANCE' IS THE SAFEST,

most practical aud caaicst l '.-ax to provide an mcom1*

T PLYE* [ I''' pIcasuieJJ' ::0 I II for old, '-age, as,...ell a:; a protection-for wife and babies. -

CraveoetteNever t I'R::RECE'IYESCALL[ C a '-., 1 j j0. .Tn re's 8nI' ;

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I MONDAY to profit buy -.- .. !I: I Insurance, K< .owles Bros. Gen'l A ts

I Fire, LUe. Pensacola
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Feels : always a satisfied customer I.y. JIIIj! __

_ Congregation of rStJ John's. Churchat Y.. M. C. A. and Pensacola. Classical !j When he buys "old;f j joe." always : : Naval ,Stores. j i !. ---- -' ,tS.- -: ;"Wsvs\s\sv-
New Orleans, Wish Him School! Teams to, ,1 i _a satisfactionrhen: he I Sanl; !b. Ga. J.o'eb.T.e- na'asVVf.e !! j.g. FENeAOO i A *CI
Burdensome. *
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There. drinks_ it. its. 50- fine, and: WG.. ....;.s.cI-.tt..G..:; ; 10M ? I IIN. I Iron Works and Supply Co. f

Meet'I! .. !. ... .::"1 ... I..5 85 !
The'cravenette is the Ught- Rev. J, F,. w.. Rinefiardt. one of the 'pure, and old... I .. ...r.:'" -,. .. '.' .. '.535 j i Manufacturers and Repairers of jj
best know ministers ot the city, and As advert'sed! in those columns this MACHINERY AND BOILERS
K..r. ".... .. .o.. ..- .510I ;
weight!' warm coat-a double i who has been In ,char.ge'.of the German morning the first team to representths : -: :? : : : 6 FORCINGS, :MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES &
Lutheran.church.of.: Pensacola for full measure-convenient_ package ..0"I: : 33. ,to 4 40
.local Y. M.: C. A. in atWtic sport*
service coat. Good for rainor many years has received 'a call toj I meets the tam of' the PensacolaClassical 'IH. .?.- :.'./ ..... ...380 to85: I ? STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY |
cold weather and is not New Orleans,. andfflrere .assumes the I School In of basketball moderate price-sold everywhcre"b.&b" I. G.. ..:, .:,':. ..... .., .. ...3 50 to 3 5F > I: ; Prompt attention given to ait'orders.<<: day or night Age&ti 2
pastorate of $t.. !JJobn's Lutheran' tomoirow night.a game It being the '- .. .J *';'.'. .. ..... =41bi50E ; : I :X for James McK v & Co.'s celebrated'Log and. ''Timber Doss aljo 2Chains
:: cumbersome and heavy. Ifyou're : church.4: ": .. .. '. : .. '.:34Oto45D. C of descriptions. r
first appearance of tb .T >[. C.. A. ; ; ; ; <
While it is possible that Mr. Rlne- > .. ....3 50 2 Office Phoni 23. PHil. WITTMAN Mgr, (
not already the possessor team, and ep its promises: to be avery atlanta ., .. "\ .:. 11 j% Residence: P'ione 102!. P. O. Box 12i :3IAUSLEY
of one, better see ;may:: leave Pensacola those whore interesting! and hotly contestgame $ :. 'C.o. <. .. /: :: ,.-... ... :., .0..3 -11% : .. .
acquainted with him ,are endeavoring :: :::: : f ;
no doubt .there. will 'be'a largo I__ --- .( fiS'/s cents.
Spirits. Turpentine :
with ,
to him toremain 1
persuade ..
and .
ours the ... ha:5''. crowd to greet thse '.t jams, whicaare ., .- ,.. i -
Get One To-day. been present in Pensacola congregation.for fifteen H or more endeavoring. .to, prompt. ? local' '.at>: __ ,__ ____._-J I| Penoia"CottoiMarktL' j I .. .... ...

years and is !1Jed.not.. only by the letic interests \ O. B. cotton :
(c: Hunter Elmore, F.
The Y. M. C., A. Jlsds, as they are
members of hI congregation but by
all with whom he acquainted, ,and called have been selected from eoms''I brtker, g\es the. following .qi'otationa: i : s COMPANY "j"ji I

if he does--depart it will be to the sin of the best material in the city, an'dhave for' February 3: ,

: cHe.rt'gret-of all: been practicing! for several ll, Good MUa'ing.: ... ... ......11 'I : 9 :
TheJohn White Store The congregation of the church is to w!!!lt5.} With the long, r practlc, an.t. Strict .Middling( .. .. .. .. ....10% :

meet. to-night and endeavor to arrange experience of the Classrcal:: choal I i Middling, ... ,.. .. .. ........10}?. : :i BROKERS j ji
."..Iallel tit *... Wear.k for him I to remain here.WILLIE boys to offset.this, the teams 'will" bs\ Strict Low .MicW'mg .. .. .. ...10Ja COMMISSION ,

205-207 S. Palafox Street. I I the played most In' equally Pensacola matched this season.: that _have Low' Middling\ ... .-..... ... .. .. .:37/) <* : : 4
Phone 225. : FARINERETURNS The teams will bj .chopen from he II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, FLA. J
following: The Timber Market r. .
Y. :\1. C. :\. Re.!>--t;; ,. B. Lockhartand rtauosnn! CM Itrs U. Hwcn hswi Au. i :The market during' tho pastweek: :,
HOMEHAS I Dad'ev! Eirrow% ,'a-wards. ; M, )H has been.strong. .the demand for all i Private Wires N. Y., N. 0.. .and Chicago.COTTONSTOCLS i

Young. centerj: S, R.. Mallory: and',H kinds of timber being 'g bd. A erases dt]
T. Bell,-'gnards. ..... Under thirty( feet showea1 a decided :: "
BEEN 'TRAINIrfc IN LONDON P. C. S.-Morgan, Philips and Tur. Improvement and .fully 2,000 pieces I: GRAINPROVISIONSand80NDS i
tie, forwards; *.very-; center, Duncan, Florida and Alabama ",.ere aOhIwhile. about 500% pieces of! .,t "
FOR THE IPAST TEN WEEKS Zeck and Bra',j'r, uards. over thirty-feet were marKeted. Small i

ULL f Visitors From i"ine Barren.V. LAND COMPANYManufacturers a.erage showed stronger during .the| :.i Bought() and'Sold on Margin or for Investmsnt.
UNDER. DUNHAM.. increasing from 22 and
vfek, prices :
... W..Sweetij: ol Pine Barren ac '. .
I. 23 24 and 25 cents which is the
to :
., companied by Hs-I daughter, Mrs. i of .: Reference First National l and '! Bl \
.t Holmes reached th- city yesterday and Dealers In [highest at which such timber has been j jsold. : : Peop'es 3. Phone 11 73 *.
known'lnthis I I of thirty feet and more'. ,
fXPRfSS Wi11ieFarlne.city where-he who tas is well resided all of afternoon. Mr. Sweeting will return I UMBER 'SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES i ruled"Averages at 'about 27 cents... The stock '....o..o....-...................... .... ...........t;
this but
morning Mrs Holmes will remain AND KILN-DRIED SAP.SKIPPINGNEWS. .II"II"I
: 1itI PAfPAID his life,.returned home last night from as the guest of. )her-fiUterj. Mrs.A. ..... I t is. extremely limited the receipts being
London. where he has been for the G.- Brown -"-+- .- I small,. f .... .. ........... ..... ............:
past ten weeks training under Bennie : -
? Dunham the'world's greatest horizon .- ;; ; i:. .

\19 tal this bar city..performer.Farine was who' is accompanied also from ARRESTED YESTERDAYPolice New York Open Cotton High Market.Low C'<'.I:'i A GAS HEATER FOR THE BATH ROOM i iIS

bom by Frank Dunham who is also Officer aI'Colvin.: who Is I March...........10 84 101)5) 108 10.91 :: .
a Pensarolian and who. went to Lon familiarly known as *'Big Six" among I Yay,.."T. ..., He 1111 He 11.1.. :
j 1/IP1Doz/ don with him.. his friends, was.jesterday arrested in I t, Arrived. '. Jal7..rMV.tt., .... 11'0 11JS. nr920
; Theyoung man gained much expert a saloon on the charge of disorderly Alioth... Dutch ss, Mulda, 1298. .Rotterdam '. October.....;., v..\.....l-37: 1043 1033 10.4:1: J HANDY, IS QUICK, IS SAFE. *
DELIVEReD nee in acrobatic 'work'during his stay conduct. An additional charge. of resisting -I to order. .'VEastlands /, .-ivYorkopoti.: 11 35

r fOFl iu Londop and, would not have re- an officer is. also docketed f Br %?s,.; Thomas. 2001, yew Orleuis Opoti.10Ti | IT: SOON PAYS FOR ITSELF IN :
turnea1! but for the fact that Dunham against the officer at the police sta Tanipico.-------- ,
i $J2Cl9CH'AS. will leave.J>ondon In June and come -" "I : jCI"ar d.. t
; Pensacola,where.he:will remain for tion.The arrest was made by Police Officer ; ThistlewOod Anv-ss Reed, for New Liverpool Cotton Market. | HEALTH

a ,year or iore before again appearing ,Connors, who.was compelled .tol'Orleans, with li.t4..fs'ft.; pickets Close '. ,
before the! public. call- for assistance on account of the I r"I j-an'F iit.. ,............ ........._ ... : \
: BLUM.&CO Both Farinean4youug Dunham had arrested-'man resisting. Officer .Con-I VCS8aLa.O, !. : "eb..lls!'".:,...:' ?;.....5.7J : $1.5 0 to $!0.'

a very pleasant voyage over landingat nors had one of his hands painfully : 2e.inshJpL' r Mar.Aprl\; ...,....t...583 f
: 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST. :. New York. and taking a Clyde line injured in the scuffle which ensued. Beta, Ger 1s's:, !(erg1019, Stettin to I 1'ri1-1I&1' '..,..,., 581MayJuno.
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steamer to Jacksonville. I
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. t Last night Chief Schaa made'chal'ges .Pensacola Lumber" Co. 'June3.4v..; ........................!...........1.91 4
..; -- Policeman Beaten.Plaquemlne against Officer 'Colvin. and Gracia Spanks: Ruiz %2021 Cienfu-I Ju'1'' urua ..... ........... ................ f.S Pensacola Gas
Night Badly ; wilt suspend him pending a trail. gos to Gulf Transit Co. I IHelsinberg. 'upI-Sepember.... ...;.... 1 .:1 Company \
A GENTLEMAN'S' TASTE IS BEST La., Feb. 2.-lI. ,Cold-
!awed: ss, Sciel l. 1423,I September-October ..S63OctoberNovember : .
SUITED WITH A stein. anight policeman. was waylaid Hpera. .,......... ..
I I ?' .501 Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
z and badly leaten by unknown partiesat Kirkswood, Brsj Larson,;2093, Lon fOTember-Dftcraber .,. ... '. :

CERTIFIED CHECK mine' 1 o'clock Street' near this the morning railroad.in Plaque\ re-: "SrETTfMS'lf'; to r- nour.foodJ'
ware of '100 has been offered by CUXRRATs9 UIsh'ou f the __Kings wood., :"Kor. _,ss, Olsen, 1209, U erpooI8pocl. S 93
OJ Havana to :S. Fr.Snoater: co.
: Reville for apprehension of .A !
Major Bitters. shouldbe
5c CIGAR. Wheat.Open .
Secunda .
Br ss.: Donnelson, J309. -
slaes! of the actual duff ajfenxateJ
'guilty parties. taken ; S
I' at) TenereifTe to TheZ ., a.Kejser Co High Low Clone --
) ) : riclis'
All the qualities of l1a ror.aroma : It'!tones, Venus BF s Edmunds, West :-.............. i s.a. 84't 8*';. some 10,000 bales, the heaviest half -
color and gootf material Is WHEN YOU ARE ,SICK : the ptomach' Hartlepool. $ p; w9J7. Ju 1'. .. ;,.......S3 s4'. 88*, f4', dajs sales ,I in many" months, showingthat CAPUDINE
', embodied In it. I IPoor'
and ctzrg'once. II yivlna. Span; ss iUustmza,- 1&83. Liverpool the spinners of Europe are taking -1' IMMCVIATCLT CVK.19
Am K..lUh Literary Prescription t. I Gulf Co., \ Corn.
to Transit 3 JHEADACHES
_ : A.Greenhut&Co. Appetite the cotton on both declinesand ad
Be Tak. DvrlaK -
Recover1. .\Vermland, Ssed-ssAnderson, 1473 o Open flint Low Clou ( BreaKtupCOLD
DISTRIBUTORS. For reading during convalescence the Indigestion, Tampico, to Pcn;acolaa Lumber So. May------:......441, 44'; 4JI i 44T, vances. 4 iswsb ,
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. British Medical Journal prescribes literature Dyspepsia !Shipa. July-..4J>, 444 44i' 44',I The 'report from Census director IN a TO 12 nctw
; that cheers but does not inebriate. North to co gress. )'esterilltr33 Saide Pot. Al DnlJe
Flatulency! .' Avon. Hal ship Avegno. 1601. Genoato I
-I and warns persons recovering Rosasco Bros. New ,York Stock Market. somewhat of a .surprise to the Cotton
k: w C> cD fnnn illness against writers "who eetyK SITTERS. or Malaria.ri.ppel. Casanova, ,Ital .bk, A\egno,. iou, ._' Open Close I Growers Association but we do not c. .ccc.z o o
9outhernP&1de-------------- fit i
like that of Meredith, Genoa. think ..
George putsa ;
Copixr,.!..-.-11;)'. 114 the protetsional; expected anythIng .
All kinds that you want.I I constant strain on the understandingof Elvira: Port .ship, Rodnques! .148S, A 8.R '.. .-. v. 147 .1 a, else and ,vsa3 rather .inclined to PIANOS AND ORGANS.
the reader or. like that of Maurice Lisbon to oidr. 14- Atch'l ::,I 'lCASH OR EASY TERMS.
Hewlett, Irritates by Its artificial glitter NOTICE eara... n I- I ,...R .......-,.;..... Ifo. .164. smile at the outcome .and, regarded I I All Piano Work Guaranteed.I
OAK AND PINEcheaper or like that of Marie Corelll, annoys -I Adele Swed bK*.Jan *e,. 536 Havana R.R T. *T14 '1161!, I the whole affair:"as a rather laughable ; "- CLUTTER & RUSHING.
by its frothy Impertinence." Dick The: Woolley Sanatorium,the: onb'lti.; Due Cuigini. Ital bk, Ohvarl.* J25S,I JJ.& 0...:...._.....:*.. 115', IU| >MEr farce. That ihe bull leaders of both :. 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST
Genoa to order. :"..,.....:?;. PHONE 476. ;
than you can buyIt ens ,should go well daring convalescence i stitute.in the United States where the 1itrna: Dau -"bk. Pederben. 763 C.F.I' ..,..,., 73 ':: 4 [ItI e south, aid Jfew'orlTarc thorough-I 1\:
'except "Pickwick" at least in I Opium Cocaine and Wlskey habits 4.2, l h' well posted the existing condi ,.. .. ... ... .., .. ...
anywhere. Any size you Bahai. : .. ,.. I U. sc.-- : 4H, on ."". .". .Ii"' .". ;'f "."". f"<" .".,. h'" ...- .". n: "" '
Vrant.E. surgical cases, because of the many can be cured without f.'xposureiuid Providenza Ital sbk, >Olcese- 11K5. u.e.. preferred:......... 111T. Ill', liens no one doubts. They Know Justas
aide splitting episodes which wonld w ith so much ease for t the" patient, Or.ly II I B.S.::. -.U: ..-.. SS:' 543 i --- --- ------ --_. -
: play havoc with the onion of parts. 30 days' time required, Describe! Tonio.- Ial bk-'ToniIio- ; 1032. Genoa.. I L.i--; ..'l1O ti'! .156I I well as )Ir. Jordan how ninny bales
i: C. SEWELL Genoa,to master,; ? I .. ft .. .' ... of cotton has i and
For the In order that jour case and I will: write you an I Lead {"'f V same reason .. rhontal, ftk Binoi S03,
; opinion as io what I 'can accomplish'' : : Napjea .....:.'t....,.?,_.ITS',' iraDaw ; close in their 1T
healing granulations.may not bp interfered for you.. Ask jour: family'phrlclin '-'S ., Sch *c rS'V*,/ t I .....w., .:..""-.,,4 it'f4.. 4CM ;" I Just a" remain! rstiniatsato
PhoneG 14. with. :Mark Twain's works are ; .Pc,.. .. .... ...- IW.. [l hoplan : to-bpginncd.,
to Dr. B il., IIratio'J.tBakArnMch." Mohr stangjpactically
investigate '
; ; .WooPey, 104 : : I and the fact that they arc. ; II
absolutely interdicted.8mIlM ..,... ... '
X. Poor Street. Atlanta. Ga. 720.a1i! to ;.T.,:\; Merrill & Co.HERBINE i, }l-r.c.--, : ,! ii( -119. out ot the market "lea.,.,I II I
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IWf I tlelp Is .quite'lnnocu.81M '? .:; : .v" ... .; ;s-. "f .
," says the learned journal, "but we ,-, -1.. I ------r- ,- -z- -_ :. R'.D'.G.t .;.....;.:.........>1...,! .ITS'j;: J 13?li to one of two <:conclusions either thej I II
: : .I Sf.P r'.i'...'., ,,, <,. ,.;.,:.Wit;! l.4R.L. 'hnow there plenty of, '.cotton'Jcft Tm
should be cautious ID recommending It '. ....:..T>. f..;!...i'.t.. ..., 26 ,,i ', marketed and'dol\'l'eare to face thenew I
Your la ordPf,that' the patient may not thereby '' Rpnl'i s... fib11: 'moieliiHl, ; .thus: t Ii B ,"",.. :,.:J" ":'''!'.''' 'Il 44 4. 40'j (crop with .a.load of the actuslisttf I
be l led to meditate' over a misspent helps t'n'bkod ta flow; it afford: :,,1..0. I.4:i.\; '-""' -''' MPean -' 136 ; on their handaorthcy, doubt tb.iI I
career and to ,- .suggested to him prorap*: '\ei1ef.( froni -bitUoijsnes5, "!fndJgesJiop. '...-,..,.,";.........*:.....". U:?T" lli'' | faith'of .the pfoplo said t to Ire holding I
all \the opportunities In life he might i SEEDSWHICH I I.If' .. 'kk'n' ': / A.Pvou1 headaches., rI'P-; ::..:........:;.:.,.> L:4 Jill\ :.foe higher prices, and statingthat in

have grasped but did not A despondency and-.over-indul gneIn:: fond and drink.I'e't- '- ""- nn>' event they would only.sell .to the
_;_ Trousers :I migtt *tins 00 Induced which I G. CaMweil! ) A gt.MK.-and. T. II.; Aulley &: Co's. Daily_Cotton Lett s. consumer. ,h 'eitber e\ont the.big bull)
I would delay a restoration to health: : R., Ch"'oo ah, Ind. 'Tc wr'tss, April. New York Fej Liverpool show,clique has been tonspiciont! by its al

and wblcb .might even prove fatal. I 18, LQ03r;! '*"! wa; eick..f r. over' tao I,i Art Sdme 'We3kflciui, this morning com- liE nCe' in tho "pre;en' market' and b'd'

Thackeray.'ezcept "Vanity Fair: which y 'ars, 'with 'enlargement 'of the liver' i! %Jr.K $ points down on spoU with futores -I, fair 'regain' so unl&'jthp; disturblna
and pl'ph; The doctors aid "me factors that bare "been BO numeroutho : rUHITYDURABILITYECONOMY
no ,
Is a .pessimistic book. should, go very I :!' reduced to<< 6 po nis but the
Sir !, well 'Pendet n1s' and 'Barry Lyndon' goodK'and .' had sivn'up:.all hope of : present :season are practical!) ENAMELED KITCHENWARE UNEOUALE1
I being nired when m?" druggist. advise -- -- --- --. I o'jmmaled from conditions.
will eeitalnl7entertalz"o.i.vr SUCCEED ed; -l.a use ,Herblno It has made We arl'co. ,much afraid of (hi"

,I ; .a'a Ecplaaad. I ms honad and wolk"! : SOc.. Sold by all Morris Dannheisser short side of-potton believing? present; ,
DON'T THEY BAG AT THE Bs8i "esplanade" boulevard" ate. druggists: i i j prices just about mfgluK on the, bot
military terms' by origin.; The original I I --: tcm until something definite can 'be I In Order
_ AND I {Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) I to
"bonlerard" wa's ft horizontal I ascertained prepara'tlons -
bulwark or When You Buy, Purs. Old Rye an ARE NOT VERY WARM part of itlt> rampart, aflft SAespla OPEN MEETING: > I VYtyiei.. ,, Beer and. Tobacco. for conditions the ne""crop justify; We higherI think I
Get the present
nade" originally the I
was pads or slope !
IT'LL ONLY COST YOU ASMALL of the counterscarp of a fortified place. It's Qld! Hickory Whiskey My Specialty I' prices and believe tho legitimate Slip'rh' PopularizeThis
the Cheapest .the End. OF I1QI1LODOt !i 12 W. Zarragossa Street. will ultimately' force,pricesmuch

q AMOUNT. ((2 TO .$2.50)) I I A word writer.bonlevard 200 years wai,ago*pow noted chiefly that taken the- .. PENSCAOUA.. .." ... FLORIDA... Lighehr! tEggs.. ,_. "- . .
FOR A WARM SNUG PAIR ,for the void space between the I''lada '. '. _... <(f _, i. ':C'! ..- ..''-- Warewe
_ I I Hope,. Lodge, .Knights of Honor!I' .
of a citadel and the first houses of Eggs Eggs
_ OF FINE WOOLEN TROUS .. a tQwn, ;" ht'n.e'lb. extension. to other Landreth'sf : No., 2571.. of Warrfngton _bas'aiI' .
I '! ranged to. hold an open meet-1! Fresh Guaranteed Tennessee! Eggs
"void spaces'- suitable for -
_ ERS. I The old:'French- "esplanade"prwnenadIng. wa> tug Tuesday night at-. the lodge!I' -: SchoolBooks, : : at $bOO pfir.jral"' .. .. sell for one

THEY'LL FIT YOU RIGHT defined "a lev. f rooms at. that place..,the. meetiugbe- ; : : I ED M POOT.EY
by Cotgrave as planing '
ing:on, account of the visit to the! Wholesale: Commission Dealer.'
AND HANG RIGHT TOO., ling, evening 'Ot.'WaIl.," from Latin Crop '" lodge"" of Grand :Dictator". Thos.: F.; Pho8'1 121:... 2feMt* week
"explanare, ta smooth or flatten out Wrighlbn and other grand lode offi-i a

FULL SUITS OF THE whence the 'English words "explain cers ,. ; fti f $ .
and "expleD lon." [ The visit of grand' lodge officers is ; : I '. "4'
_____ WARMEST PATTERNS $7.50 discount
Just ReCeived an evens alwag. looked forward to i .J. :TERSELY. .TOLD of
TO $18. -THE PRICE IS A Kxaet Reasoning. with interest by the various membersof I : ..\'V'e wSii to remind you BUSINESS LOCALS.. 4"It
Here Is m_bit of exact resioning on I the order and those at Warrington 1! ; that we have a complete I I
';; POSITIVE SAVING. the part .of .a' little' schoolgirl! Tt. i are preparing to entertain the head'I je line of City School B:>oks. *-1:- ,i'I"I...* ,J.fl ..1 20 cent.
officers in a manner befitting the oc' I Tablets Pencils etc., and I per
teacher wlsbdd to impress the reel of : '
1cKinlle..OertfDI fcCo.f. wholesalai
cation. I j
.. new entering. -
F the wrong of Idleness.! He led up to Itby j or retati *blp.cband.'ers. and '
.It is expected that in addition to theofficers i those changing grade are 'and grocer .
asking who: \rere the persons who be beJ\ I the onlf ftrs. -clatl: ,boasa, of toe kind :
W. D'Alemberte theret ,will ,many .me } 1- invited to call.Doe's : I'
H. 0 ANSOjfl jot all thff \could and did Dotting la of tbf Knights of Honor)Jgo from,Pen- \ in PensacolaFair K-ce to all. '!i

return.' Pot come time there 'was silence > sacola leaving; here' Oatbe. regular I '1 1I
but at 1sst.bejiIttIe; JtrI]. .wlle Druggist andApetlwan,. dummy and returning oov,a .specialdtmmy. '! I c. V. THOMPSON h1ju5topefle. afresh !
CASH CLOTHIER, bad obviously rroaonei :out the aaawerInductively .. There will be -addresse bya Bookstore line Of Beautiful boLT ,paper. ,; ,: 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA
Teliphoni lOiI2 number "Snembers 04 I suitable fof CW tnUi preseas. Also
from her.otfn bone exp rlence > tc of prominent) I '; .
Corner Paiafoi and Malo.t *,:eiClatmed.! wfth'a .sood deal of Soatti PaIilzr StrwfT the order. The'time'of departur and crepe pa\> "ssepartout plctfire t' -
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tta c. Tlease, sir. If* the :{. return will .be" announced Tuesdaymorning 0)2'; S. aafox!! Street.'a t.- binding, purses Christmas cards, etc, -
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LE PREMIERPAS, to m&n find J waK'iwi 'and} was ,w1nrI) \ } ,.' n a n i\ectden aL1 I, r ))7)D') prevlon day-1" TV. >\ }tmtlfi! '1)t tfevH ". v 'vo<3. I aaflintwBjHnir 1S\1. ,ym) igT 1'A 'At loti 1\,, fcwtd t ety 'toot wts.t t'need- "

high next morning that bo wasn'tft \11, "Bugtir., you're )had your 1\nd'} I Rallies, with a ., ''. '. ted '. .xivjvwl I called }}m. and could! comfortably carry, not ..:1mt
official at all, nor had lbs doc- 'Ye*,' said he, s-cov ling th\mth and 1 } nrach thin couple baodrdtl
toe I\j lJag'ffl.at footer, 1 liare say You my soup I hat < ; <* -.'t !'. Iha onjslJ lie haul been some- more a
so rawa ts w>i Mn%. but lii merely he defied n\* tort av\y \\\\t". ; ln'w what Jbnt's )jk.U I ssn 'i' y'is ,t ileternifned .'. .. 'n 'u-. instead tbinx move He mud, hrw-f, tecme, altogether Not a note would I tooeb.

small read of him In (connection\ with a ".Wl'It. Cl.nl1r. I may l Ip A blat. I' that my moral I wind was"b\ggod i or '.llnc I "ck more and nre genial as the t"venin( nod, my nad re caution came out aao Jf

No. 3 of the Series which'nsatlon'at the suburban branch guard myself, but I don't think I ever i by that letter as I hope old chap I !I: in Melbourne lIe advanced, and I had not much difficulty In the way I divided the sovertfigD 'l
my namesake mnnJgf"d.n looked at a ,fellow as that" looked in him to show between all pocket and packed i
chap never yet ,l ngce l yours. I couldn't I doctor's mare coj .;. ell getting me round my 'Jl
armed '
r1,1IIt. iro. W CUU ScdWt't SOM. beaten robber had been rather pluckily at ate Ret 1 stared Lira out and speak. I '1wd! only stand with my the old fpow!! t : i .-d '1\- the bank at'what was really ant unearthly them up so that I shouldn't be Jib 1.

( JUT night he ) this oCf. with a bullet in him. forced him to.mlriit (hit it was blood own letter In my 'bands, until. he had :I way and been b 0 !.,. :. s'.' I hour for 'such a proceeding.It the old woman of Banbury Gross. Won : I
told by
me th9 Raffles and the sort of thing on the twisted saddle, and after that htha'J"i\ was when he went to fetch the
1 of the. good taste to If'sn' me.by myself."W. ; easily mi > 'ts-vr re- you think me too cautious cUll but I -
story his
crime. earliest fio common out there that this J I he l eea.me quite tnne. He told me .- .. R.nffle q:: We had mistaken Pt to Yea at :\.; "':. ;..- < I, "rtmu,1 voKer cfore turning In. I kept him was Insanely cautious then., And to 'in
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was first
I since the I hoard of it A suburban I exactly what, had happened.: A mate each other for' W. lKanes-for 'the the pcrso '.' y out of his bed another twenty minute, it wax that just a* I was ready to fa.
fateful 4
_ morning of the branch My financier had of his had Iw-n dnijrsr-M under a new m r.IJ'I'r who had "not yet.arrived* I would ever ,after .. -' a and I knew every inch of the business whereas I might hare bean com tea .
Ides faded
'rcfi of March when he into some excellent fellow witha branch and had his, noe smashed, but Small wonder we had conversed atcross I member of the jr ; '. I premises J>efore I shook hands with minutes three came a violent knocking

k had Just mentioned it as billet to lose if h o called his soul that was all; had snt tight after it till pir)*t* Tli<*'oulr wonder was I and muni..rf"rl th( w.i'i Ewbank in wi room at the outer door.
an unreported incident ofi his own. Still R manager was a manager he dropped from loss: of l hlt."I.11 I that "You won't'guess what I did with it II
that UP had not discovered-our'mutual! very object'quiring. Bunny was the outer door ef tb* ,
certain! cricket tour had and I said '
succeeded would soon see other mate was with him back in the mistake.. How tle! ';other man would I some experience in such' matters, Rnn- myself for the next hour. I undressed banking chamber! My candle ormt
Si getting a word out of Raffles whether this the
on the was relative I341 bush. have livghed.: nut I--I could not I, ny.' I ask you, was there ever a better and went to ,. The incessant strain have been seen! And there I ifcood.i .
abject It was not for looking for If he would I IK
want of try. good enoughto ".\s I've saId already Runny: laugl.i. By Jove, inv it w*? no J.inghing I get-out? Last nidit's, was something involved in even the moNt deliberate i with the grease mnnlag hot over amy ,:
fcII'* would shake his head and .give me the name' of that branch wasn't the stagertImtt, I am now, matter, for mo! I saw whr\e-thiug I, like 1 It,, onljtiie.or8uch) a certainty. impersonation is the most wearing [ fingers. In that grave of a strong room! lJ
witch his cigarette smoke thoughtfully, I'll do more, says the doctor. Til I I knew Then much "There
4 And I savi'"H/froir: beginning thing bow more was only one thing to be don6jft
i ubtle" look in his eyes half cynical pet you the name of the branch he's j I -saw to the! ent'before I had finished ''0 whenthe impersonation is -Inipromjrtu i I must trust to the sound sleenfeic ,
half! wi"tf ill as though the decent hon- been promoted to. for I think I hP ntthey'd I
my'soap,: ,: <, !, There's no. getting your eye \ of Ewbank upstairs open the door f
.1 days that were no more had had moved him up one already: I "To Increase ray chuI 11( uthe. euhlei; in. The ReXt word may bowl you oat I myself, knock the visitor ..0WIa1t

their merits after all. Raffles would And the next day he brought me the I I who al*( lived in th> 'bai ywss away It'a batting bud light all through.I shoot ham with the revolver I bad baa "

ran: a fresh enormity or glory in the name of the township of Yea. ''some over the holidays; f ,4)n$>tually. gene haven't 'told you of half the tight i I new chum enough to bur before lear-

jaQI with: the unmitigated enthusiasm fifty miles north of Melbourne, but down to Melbounie_ jv.iumiua play; and places I wa in duriuz it tnmversation las Melbourne and make a dash for p

c f the artist. It was Impossible to with the vagueness which 'ch 1raetnI [ the man vdio had ta .'. horse also that ran into hours and became dangerously I I that 'clump of tree' and the doctor** '4

tzain one throb or twitter of coinpiact1on I j ized all his information be was unable 1 waited at table, for* lie and hit wife, intimate toward the end. You mare. My mind wa made up la an .,

beneath those frankly ego- 1 j to say whether I should find my rcla-1i I were the, only servant, and they sleptin can imagine them for yourself and Instant, and I was at. the top of the

ti4ut' and infectious transports. Andjet tive there or not. i ) T ,a separate building; You may dei -. then picture me spread out on my bed j i strong room stairs the knocking still 4
the ghost of a dead remorse seemed !i 'He's a single wan and hi* initials pent I ascertained, this before we had getting my second wind for the big ,, continuing when a second sound drove
itili! to 'FIt him with the memory oft I are W. F.,' said the doctor, who was fL1I :- j finished dinner. Indent_ I was by way deed of the night. j 1 me back. It was the sound of bare

> nref felony so that I had given theta certain' enough of the immaterial 't of asking too many questions-the.most "Ouce more I was In luck, for I had 1 feet coming along a corridor ,

I up long before the night of our points 'lie left his old post several i oblique end delk'ateaa..'that which not been lying there long before I I "My narrow stair wa* stone. I tumbled .

rtnrn from Milchester, Cricket how- days ago, but it appears he's not due I JI ell-ltt my host's .name Ew"wk-nor heard my dear K-wliauk snoring like a down It with little noise and had

nr w/ In the air, and Raffles I at the new one till the new year. No I was careful. enough to'.conceal their harmonium, and the .music npver I( only to push open the iron door for I

cri't! bag was back where he sonie- doubt he'll go before then to take [drift. I ceased for a moment. It was as loudas had \left the keys in the Sate.11- I '

Cnies kept it, In the !fender with the regains -, t1.lmser aud settle in. Yon might i. 'Do you know: said this fellow i evtr, when I crept out, and dOS j! did so I heard a handle turn overhead j

of an orient label still adhering YJIU him up there aud you might not. ii Ewbank' who was one f the down my door< behind .me, .as .regular as I and thanked my gods that I shut

'") the leather. My eyes had been on If.I were you I should write.' ? right sart. Fit it wasn't-you. I should ever when I stopped to Jisteu .at _his. every single door behind me. You see,

Ms label 1 for some time and I suppose t That'll lose two days,' said I, 'and say you we re In a funk of robbers. And I have still to hear the concert old chap, tie's caution doesn't always

iis eyes had been on mine, for all at more If he isn't tl:(n.' for I'd grown I Ira"-1''you lost your nerve?' that I shall enjoy more. The-,good I let oue in. '

u'e he asked me It I still burned to quite keen on this up country manager, 'I hope not: said' I. turning Jolly fellow snored me out of the bank' and 'Who's that knocklne-?. said.- Ew. "

tw that yarn."It's and I felt that I 1C I could get at him hot, I can tltll yon, ''but-well' it's nota was, still snoring when I again shoo I bank up above. 1 1"I

no use." I replied. "You won't while the holidays were stilE on a 'I pleasant thing to have to put a'bullet and listened under his open window could not make out the answer Jf

'In it. I must imagine it for my- little conviviality might. help matters ; )) -- : .' through a fellow." vV'Uy did I leave the bank first? To f j but it sounded to rae like the Irre'e-! '

cf.! I' ('On.!itlE'rahr.! -'* o1.$aid he coolly: '1 ,sJ ou1tl enJoy eatclt. and saddle the mare and tether vast supplication 'of 'a PDt man. ..MI

'How can you?" mien said the doctor,: *I should nothing' better r myself. Besides' her in a cluiup of trees' close'-by-to What did'hear plainly wa.the cocking -,;

"Oh, I begin to know your methods. get a quiet horse and ride. You needn't ____ yours didn't jr thrU h.*- have the means of escape nice -and I of -the' bank revolver before the t
"You f use'-that h-ind. :" '1 wish I it.hadr I was smart enou"b'to ; handy before I went t,'w rk.; I have bolts w re' shot back then a tottering i't.
take it I went in with my eye .
fc-j ll n. as I do 'now, eh?" '('an't I go by tr.itIu'i L cry : v often wondered.at the instinctive ,wia- step a hard abort, shallow breath- ", .

"I can't imagine! your doing otherwlse. 'You can and you can't, You would :; t' -' nf'n" i:0,,dam..of.tftg precaution.' UucousciousIjs tag and Ewbank's in horror .
[ ." still have to ride I.: ipi oi e.you'rea. : -.tAnut I emptied my glass Actually'. J Jtpjvas acting-OH what has been j>n '
horseman? I did! not know whether my wounded 'I of my guiding principles ever nine*. happened to you? You're bleeding like
"My dear Runny. It was the most nhjiremedltite "'Yes.' II hank robber was In prison. dead or at |,I Pains, and patience were required. I apigi' 't.

I Me." l thing I ever did In my I "Then I should certainly ride all the large j had to get my saddle without wakingthe Not now,' came with a grateful ". .
way. It's a delightful roa'7. through I \ : "Rut. now thf I had had more than mat),, and I was not used to catch sort of sigh .11:
His chair wheeled back Into the Whittlesca and over the Plenty ranges. ia&r enough of It. Ewbank would comeback I. jug horses in a horse paddock; then I "I'But you have been! What's done ;2f

books as he sprang up with sudden It'll give you some IIf'1'or the bush I I I'Gid to tbe-subjeet. He'admitted that listrusted the poor mare, and I went t itr ;1;.

MIsrry.! There was quite an indignant Mr. Raffles, and you'll' see the sourcesof the staff wr.s smsll.-but IUI for himself back to the stable for a hatful of 'Bnshraagrra..

flitter! in his (',- 's. the water, supply of this city. "ir. _. .be had a loaded revolver under. his pillow '- oats,, which I left with her in the I 'IV>wn the road? i !
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1 rant believe th\ said I crafti- You'll I see where every drop of jt comes WITrf' all night, under the counter all clump', hat and alJ.) There was a dog, 'ThIs'' MId Whittlesea-Ued to a
It "I can't pay you such a poor coin- from, the pure Yan \,'an. 1 wish I had day and he was only waiting for his too to reckon with'-our very worst tree-cock shots-left me-bleed to :

l j',,mrnr." I! time to ride with'you.: I II !I chancel I enemy Bunny-but I had been 'cute 'death'- .t.:
Then you must be a "' 'Rut where 'an I get a horser"The in, any r j'pf'"t. mel we parted good In ,a hash wlthont'a! tremor.-but with I| 'Under the counter. "eh?' I was ass enough to make immense friends with I. ': weak voice failed and the bare 't

lie broke' off stared fOlJI"I'I'I doctor thought! for a moment. I I! encugh friend He asked me which ;' tho direst depression from my own ; enough to say. him during the evening, and he I feet bottad. Now wag my time-if the .,.
t. n trice stood in his 'I way I was going, and when I told him single point of TieCall It callous I ;
smiling own
'I've a mar of my own that's as 'Yes; so had your wagged his tail not only when I came I poor devil had fainted. But I could not,
.pHe. i j fat as butter for want of work: said : he said I should save seven miles and !i if you like Runny, hut remember that II II j "He was looking at' me in surprise, downstairs, but when I reappeared at., be sure, and there I crouched down !

or a better' knave than I thouchtnu. ,,, he. 'It would lIP charily to me to sit I;I get a good hour earlier to Yen by striking -( was In much the same hole as you've j and something told me.that to say 'Of I the back door below in the dark-at the half abut iron '

Runny, and, by Jove it's the :: on hr hack for a hundred miles or so. |! ofT th< track and making for a since been in yourse'f and that I had course; I had forgattenT would have "As the soi-disant new manager I doer, not less spellbound than hni"

Lna\e: Well I suprKi I'm fairly : and then I should know you'd have no peak that we could! see through the fOt-nted on this W; F. Rallies even as been quite fatal consHering what I had been able, in the most ordinary oned. It was jot aa well for Ewbank 'I

'rn-fl. I give you best, as they say temptation to\jsc thatMjand.' I I trees and following a creek that I you counted on A. J. I thought! of the was supposed to have done, lID I looked course to pump poor Ewbank about wasn't gone a mfnvte. 1

'It there. As a matter of fact I've 'You're far too goal: protected.. : should see from the i>eak. lIon't smile : man. with' the 'V.T T;. l canl, the rider down my'nose and shook my head. 'Drink UkU/ I bed him laY and .
*en thinking of the thing myself. j 'You're A. .J. RallIes: he said j t Runny. I l lgsn by saying I was a" less horse wij the bloody saddle, the 'Rat the papers said you had he when the other spoke agate bis voice '

l. ( <<< ( co& c&vft .e )!r.''ohiid in these tlayR. Of course, the. deliberate atsdirecti b.-t! had put cried wan stronger.ew' I.

;>*/?.(?{ 2 te?? jvff rr,7t" <:rom })mll'l OT'a 1111'1' }7)5DCCOi; f''f')) :.;,cuqwae.>5'Suc ".acc, < Ole Ill t a- 'tate ? p a'" 'il 'l>1' ] .'cvt"S't q. 'u4cce :u.(< {. ".. } Opu.1N >"- 4t

;fewf) )?. f>Js 1? an occasion )n any ease, I rorm\a} boritaStty) ) t eu co'ty- say, }it wa 3 )(1)TS, damz'r'oct.. ((\-{ (m.t(( and JWT: Yiie-*?th.ag: ; masisv. avid ,\) ..(Oat \t'I. (((tl i<: J t .'.vrn<) taYs. S'M4 y sJ .. j

tbJ rm : ." mare and I'aw the stage: streatof f bwsbr at this end itut "For the moment, Bonny, I fet M -Jbn {: we tsme4tnevs.O .
;ong t" (t'7flC U }y )rNa- nun>], 1b>t i Iit'tCil: tt'1oTd Cth\ report r npy-i psi.
fcr The rmi L"vo rnp 01 my ) 1e1'm ': IS? s-Sj\ )wi Ms 'sMs.fcjr, thvecc u.way. .S'f'W : ; J ))p5.T Avn'\-)Tv-lBrf' to t\ftv ft *?.y etuctupsit, ttaagh .f tm-t 1 ny }Irffl t'vse. (Me' are 1'.4 .d1 tktngcvowssfar's ': !

B'>'to2 i>>V>"Te a secoml rtrinh! !: lime R\un5i sf hi* :,'gaitte} -and lit aa-, ] .as-lwfeioR.fai: the fcaafc whea a j-.frsohal jviiy/for ft 'tnnm I had were $ p>*!orp-a)fl 3 b5nk : -

The whisky tinkled the siphon | other l before "tntimJ nl. i: 12!! TT//n! a, white stilt rail down rom rev. '"'n. That kind Q f ritY'Eu uar- I justified my )/v V.The .'\" .H th"r, th.? '

Pzzwl, th. (re p! pped home, and seat- "Well?. I nian? l to write, a. line to ,, a si'rapda' .-,,' !ly! cant, anti, l besides. all mine was regnlationr I said at length '&nk rh H.. The. 0. that kai f
I 'herm hi* pajamas with the ia- ; \V.- 1-'- with my own, ;md. which n.s e.ft; Rattles r said b(. iteedert 'or myself. iI j jwas In the most offensive tone at my <'on- the pot show was this very brute I 4(.
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evlr.il.le Cigarette! Raffles told ma th.j j you will gather. was "not very badly |t 'Mr.,.Rafflesr s.ii
.1rythat I had given r.p hoping to : wounded was fin ply this )Jhird :[ sbookis band.' I the ,devil was I 'to do? I doubt if I I' us all
tear. Tise windows were wiae opt n. : finger that was split 'an-. in splints j I I, ,'You're hate' liars RufHcientl.v impressed upon you ;; expect your bank robber to let you knew HT"CK ..
Th.- Kfun.l3 of Piccadilly floated in at and next morning the doctor pinked :: 'I WES misdirected.' J the absolute. necessity of my returning roach for your gun 'in th* glace wherehe course rem did Dan.r; *. *4l,

StM.?: Long before he finished the lat me off on a bovine _beast that would "That all? I'm relieved,' he said. I j :Jo Melbourne. in fund As a matter i knows it's kept I had mine In my down in that tront TA.. Bat .MRwbaak 'I
'n' ei!, hal rattled, the last brawler have done fr r an am utnn"P. Half Do you know what they are saying? ; of fact it :was I less the necessity than i ij pocket, and I got my' chance by retreating dWo't. and I th* ffbt be vaa :

'II,i removed; we alone broke the quiet the team crime up to see me'start; the Thereare' some brand now bushrangers -j my own determination which I can j fnnj thecounter, with all risible never going to speak: agtiin. _

cf the Mincer night 1 rest were rather sick with me for not on the road between Whittles |! truthfully describe as absolute. reluctance." Yom're delirious,' he "ay at last

\no thi\v do you very well. Indeed.i.v stopping to s," the match out. HS ,lf I ,, and--this-a second Kelly gang.: They'd lonl'Y I ."olld'ba"t', but how-but j "Ewbank stared 'at me with open Who in biases do you tkink, are? ;:

In..1 for nothing but drinks, so could help them tow .' by watching have c nht.a Tartar in you, stir hw? Wouldthis stranser be open to i eyes and a five:barred forehead, then The new manager' :" j'
t" "They would in you: I retorted. down came his fi.t on tbu table. "The new manager1 in bed and
creak. but I'm afraid mine were them. They little kpow the game I'd ; prrsuasion-if 'I told him the truth? j
fir f :1 ''ompreheaslve character. I had got on m3-sAIf! butstillless did I know and my tu quhqiie shut him up and !! No; that would set us nil scouring the j 'I My, ''that was smart. Still,' h* asleep upstairs! '1

M-.t1: in a hole. I ought really to the gains I was gin; to play seemed to puzzle him. Yet there was !I country for the rest.of the night. Why j I added like a roan who would not be iMva by Kjrlc IWII,.. "When did he arrIve 11l'

h" ., refused tht Invitation.. Then we -i "It was nn interesting ride .enough. much pior K ase In it than in his compliment : should! I tell him? Suppose I left him I in the wrong, the papers said the other "My God! You're blfedlnpWit a pig!* "Thte evealng." .

Iii!' -ent to the Melbourne cup and I !! especially aftr pissing tb> place to mae which! was absolutely | to find.out his mistake, would anything t thing you know: "Call himself Raffle r ,t(

hI tin certain winner that didn't. win, called Whlttlf' i"II, a .real 1 wild township -,! P3lntle.! I! l. gained Runny, I give you my 1 1j Of conrse':' I rejoined 'because anything and everything connected 'Y M. tt
n.ii i thnt's not the only way you can on the 'lower-slop I of the ranges, "I'm afraid .you'll find things pretty j word( 1 that I went in to dinner without they said what I told them. You with the working: of the baitk, especially "Well I'm dashedr whlspered th i ',
!:I' ; : ( rough,* he resumed when lie had tin-- wouldn't have had me advertise the in those t".ntlla.t invaluable minutes real 'I thought it was just lf '
the f c. ',"fl.v! old stager I am now.. nun of hot mutton and t>. with the thermometer strapped my valise and handed my ; premeditated lie upon i my lips. I might 'I J fact that improved .upon the bank's J before turning in, and'I had made venge, bnt now I see what it was. M' .It .

t, 'l analysis wa< a confession in nt three figures In the shade reins to his man. 'It's 1 luckyoll'rp a 'd_) the decent natural thing and es-1 regulations, '"(mid you?' : avery natural point of asking him dear air, the man upstairs is an Im .IK1.
1'0 ( bachelor like myself: "So that clud 'rolled over, and by where he kept and .wauld -recommend ostor-If hp.'. upstairs still; HI nina
Hut the others didn't know bow The first thirty, miles or so wasa good plain matters without I loss of time. On : I if
I'M I *I could not quite see the point of Jove, It was a cloud with a golden me to keep the keys at night. Of be one'of the lie's going to rot 1,
half round gang.
"l> I wa*. ant I swore they'1 metal r>rtd. ton good to go the! other hand there was no hurry. I ,
.I :' 'n't. I tried the Jews, but th /r're the world to ride on. but after \Vhittle- this remark either ."ine.- had I been had not opened the Ipth'r'and .could i bning-not sllrerr real good Australian UNIt I thought he would take them the bank-if he hasn't done to already 'Ui:'
f1 tMl'k hp'' married I should hardly have sprungmy gold for old Ewhank hadn't with him te his IMAM, bat no. such "lt be hasn't done *o already,' muttered ;
'I 1
ft.' out there Then I thought of sea it was a mere over always pretend I bad not noticed the i iiu '
f wife upon him in this free and quite appreciated me till then He thing-he had a dodge worth two of Ewbank: after him; 'if he's upstairs -
!njan sorts, a ceond cousin of ranges a track ofton' couldn't see 1 easy t: hion. I muttered the conventional was a hard lint a much older man that. What it wax doesn't much matter still! Ry heaven, if he is I'm .
f.1f1'I"AwIom! none of us knew and left entirely to: th* mare.. Now it turn up., I could wait a little and see. 1'
lt. sort of thing, aud then he saidI than and I felt pretty sure he hot no ntftider weald ha /! found !
nnd through a but the i myself *orryforhhmn'"sIte ..; ;
ms about except that he was sup- dipped Into, gully ran : Tempted already! was, as yet
p. ,t" be in one or other of the creek and all time, tlnjc the lOv-al color ,f should find it all rightwhen I had t..mptatiol'wn! vague; nnd its Tery thought me young for the' place and those keys 1 ii a uonth 'of 'Su.u Jays. i tone was quiet enough, but ;

", .:' .>. If he was rich manS well was Inches thicKfe-gnui trees gilore settled, a' though I had.come to graze vagueness made me tremble. : JuT sOPPjffl.pat a fluke. But I "I of course had them in a few seconds about the nastiest I ever Jl aro. I tell >.""

,I- :i ,',4. I would work him; if not and parrot all c'olor* of the rainbow; upon him. for- weeks' 'Well,' thought "'Bad 'nemvs.' : I'm afraid?" said the never saw a man change his mind and in.a few more I was is the j I you, Bnnny I was glad! I'd brought '
1. 'these colonials ifo t8ke the cake I out his best troig room itnelf. I forgot to say that j Ufough' It
He looked
fop got revolver. It &II
whole more openly. jthat j-
I""fntltl of ;
be no harm done. I tried In one place a fore I. hospitalitynd.., still marveling .1 throw the the moon had risen and letting muzzle to
me away be mine his
:"'"' "n his tracks, and as.lu'k'woulel had been rinsr barkeil \nd were just his table. brandy; he made must agalnrt ,
i I let him lead me into the private part smoking and opened a quite a lot of light into the bauk. I 'd
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\ II. 1 been l'Aintt'lthlt?, : cigar was muzzle.
succeeded I had* though they had I answered ,
((or thought as 0 A mere'nnnoyar.cc,
: bit of candle I -
of the hunk bad however, brought a *
t "'. for' froli box He wr-- convivial looking 'Retter have a lork .down here first '
very moment when I happened without a leaf or,..A living thing do assure you-oa the spur of the uioi '
and In the
t, 'Oinu( will he ready in a quarter u-UiL'a' mustache and a with me from my roam, r.
red said the
1\e a few days to myself. I was miles And the first Uvinff thIng I did i OI'nt'nd nothing else. But wy- lie party very new manager. ,
r'r j tcwt the of an hour.! said hc-a.s we entered": 'f biimoruUM;; faoe-n on the baud. Just before the meet was the 1.s riInu \viis told; paiilua: was taken. '
my In'
j the counter
I L: I riderh'si'liursr coming thought you sciglit like a tub first, anulyou'll lt'-llnl froni that moment I laid'my"I narrow stairs behind No, no, he' not down here.. __
r5Mwas there
match, and couldn't.y It was'a I'j-oni'that iu-juiuit onward wa
creeps '
find all ready in the at the 'nttiei his the bankIng chamber I had no he |l. J
b room ut him 611 con- 'It' to have a look.
l la" I It with the easy
.y ttlj a ball If they bad. played | full tilt through time bush Uv retreat Ry Implication; without it There was no 'I
tation In
end of the out if there's vlvlsl fl.rnk. Rut lie wasn't a Rosen- lighting "Runny If you ask me what was the
nnf1he pJssage. Sing
saddle twisted i around stirnipirons ivaUnmjrvint! I -vas ,lon.c! I had alrt'.uly ami. though I
window then
"1"! I hada anything yon wnut.'flllr Ingjswhasn't tbuil, RUJ j'. He had a treble s seamed down most thrilling moment of my Infamous 1
-e "snrge.- who fixed me up hap- j ringing. ,Without thinking' iectrcMl! !: r.l3tt!f W. I Raffles; could no lunger hear old Ewbank snoring. -
> '*" 'turned np yet 1-y the way. 1.nthere's would lw in baud sewed h.ttl':1:1'll'oud! have drunk career I say It wa that moment.
him witli.tlie-doctor 1
'k shot at heading therefore 1" Raflt's :
.I !" IP I' I was any relation I had not the slightest reason to the bottom of tboe
*' : tlncs over. I stood at
: There
I I'' : ilM_ of the National bank. I ind i mare antI blocked him just enough toallow a letter' that came this! injruias. thr.f fftiui fcrtl, r.g'it.! And the me. UIK>c the able ICH anticipate disturbance from that quar iteiv i :
1',"' after .Xot for ine'r* ** AH tJgl y I tlninght.: "yun may co I narrow stone stairs, Inside the strong -1
!ure !hIt 1 k Of it almost took my !i a man 'wild came galloping ilcvll tcavh tao hw ) uv my lie! >' I did think of locking myself in j
lcvp like a with the door a good foot open, "
' 1'.1' 'Yes. DIdu't hut } room, 'oij
Oo@rM'I yo-I
-Hi j you-expect .\ tit. Lc reireJ bl. gU's to I.U M !- 'to lieu Koher. j
do the rest ; :
away. relation who was a | to i j I threw 1 half .be while I. was at work but, thank good- and 'I didn't know whether It would
t "', certainly did not. thtilicr yard: And t
"tiiclai in oue of the Imnks, who Thank ye, iiibtt ?rT growled the | lud *or-at.-:1 mIme. His J cigaretteit's the iron door lIatl uo keyhole on < '
'Well, here it Is.' I throigh th ".*-" Miudow f nesx. crertk or no*. The Ujrfit was coining ,
5"t.d ue
ue Cave
ebeekedshirt t us hauJc.1If
liuauee me on my mere rntuietju,1 man. a bug'shapirta, red I caught tb; gasP g the lu-side.
, ...)111.11IJ be better? I made -I with H Wanl, lik'' \\% O. ln *..1 "And ns lie; lit me to my room I tff ni .. 1 .ha.; .jy head vithout I when he vrasti't.i-f I >!kii! ; Ewbank "W U, there were heaps ,ogold in ----CQn ;
t4 '10' read my own sui erserli>tiuu ,of tli. ..b4'i.Yy&. iiii "Rut )IHI." 0 UIKKha", i :n a fia),
iii t. fr.'o.a
: Ihat this Raffles Mas t1.ll but the very Aevil of mime ei1q'esiiiou. I (j I : J .


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: 1' : 'i! The Jownars Daily Short Story 1, THE AMATEUR LEWIS' HOUSE I Management Under the I

| A Dainty Desk Lends I a .. i .. If i ii. i Mrs. Helen Lewis I II

i. .,The ,Keeper's's Daughter. !H CRACKSMAN I New ,Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated I

:I}; ; '* BY FRANK H. 1 Especially Convenient for Transient Trade.
Air of Refinement I ;,;: .* H %
Copyright, 1903;) by Frank H. Sw!et. (Continued from "Page Nine) ,
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didn't know ---- --- ----
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. t to the room in addition to its being one of the : .. :. .. I Chinee nt'8rf .It. And It didn't ,creak _a it'l .. ':' -

most convenient pieces of furniture in the home. ; For ms_days ..the, thermometer had ,good irany folks out tlwrp waiting for It was tai.tda solid-and.we.n hung andi on .-.
I j t.efn soaring: ; ;llt,. almost?midsummer help.l I'm |>ny] one." 1 I couldn't have banged Jtl If iMtnedt?: :: If

- '. ." !' teat, toi'oCfi-ning.ine, .See"of the'Gre.it'Fouth ; ". "Oh. Mr Bqwm.n1"he: call was was too-heaTJY: .nnd 'U..fitted i so close!i '
I.I Desks Five, to Twenty Dollars. |: bay unlSl nearly, nil.it*,cohpshe,;! clear, anti renptory. Jhik B"wmau I that I felt jipd heard; the "ir" squeeze si Is Yoqr Bathroom Modern?

power was,gone. :\qw the ice was a pan!'ed. with one foot in the scooter out in :oijfa .e. E\. try- shred pf light -
+ lila face growing,: set. The owner of I went out e:;cor-t the:streak' underneath
: thick. Fitonsy; mass, so rotten that Pt'en. the \\oce! was::the keeper's daughter :I and it brightened. How I blessed that g If it is not, don't you think it is worth jour while to examine
. We invite everybody to call and i see them; the font of a life !saver" pressing upon' I; .. I
I and only she had closed' door!
the day before I II into conditions, and remodel rebuild it if necessary?
4. :: : glad to send you one. +lit firmly would break through Ht manyplaces. the door into a future whkh he had "'No he's not down there: I heard ,I
I It "was impossible either for begun: to beliee would be his. The : as though through cotton wool. Then I
i ii foot passage or for a boat to I* forced sentence.! shall never marry a man the streak went 'out too. and in a few I4 You canhot have too many safeguards forth health of j ourjelfand -

I.I.MARSTON & QUINA through. ,.Ami to Increase the berious- \*hose future I Is bounded nj'his dam h' e. ,! second$ ventured to open the door ,( .&nulyv-e pecially tht growing children. Bad or antu?

i i Des of the ciiMMue. last two days had and fish trawl; the world has use: for once 'more and was In time to hear /' InlumbJng is'a"s dangerous to the health as"good or modern pTumb pg 1 1.j
brave deeds still in his ears. thorn to room.
brought a fog; z o gray aud dense as to : rang creeping: my --.
; "What is it, }Iiss Blanche?" he asked -; ".W ll, now there was not a fifth of, a : beneficial.. Better by far to j>av out money for good plumhag
: 108410 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla i shut Fire isiand; from every object a ,
.* : dOZen yards iway. trying to keep his! voice calm. "I aevoisdto 1 he lost. But I'm proud to .1- : an for doctor bills resulting from defective sanitary equipment.

nm in a hurry:' Ray I came up those stairs on my toes .
* : :.........................................llI4...4lHJ Out In iuIdthaum-1 toward the Long "Father says for no one to answer and finger and out wf that bank- !
Island bhore and on the ot ean side currents that call Just: yet. He thinks this wind : thej'd gone and left the ,door open- S r Ire sics ot

.- : had kept the Ice from freezing will soon break up the ice so the lifeboat I just as' gingerly na though my- time renewingbathroom
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; tbukl} awl bad hastened the ,IecoiujNjhitiou. I can go out. He say* It will be had been my own I didn't eren for ]

- ; Already the delayed I> suicide to attempt 'oItinJ<< through get to put' on the hat the doctor's mare I .' 4t \. t iurings 1.
,SKO3. : \\iis ,eekiig) passage toward Xt'l1ll'l'lug'f: this fog: "Mr. Bowman! her'*oice rising I was eating: her oats out of as well as '! and the .1.:11':
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C.W. IAMAR. President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier. or the open$Ctand iu the fog In sudden displeasure for the scoot- she could with a bit or it alone would i I extra
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M. E.CLARK.Vice.President and Cashier. J.,W. ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier. 11J.r1'Oc'hmut"l" that ivorc fr rota erist hail s.teppeil into his craft and have landed me. I, didn't even gallop' I.
I U-e '"as meeting with disaster.. From thrown out his pike to shove her into away, but just jogged off quietly in I obtaining t'!:e r.(' t !
time to tliitf kixu.ils of distress iune the wind. the thick dust at the Mile of the road. -_ I 1 .%'iliijsrcaLt;; I he:

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK, : from ODe duectioa! or another, and t-o "I'm sorry. 'MK-* Blanche," over his i though; own my heart was galloping. t',' _.. 11" .... .-. health: a:uranzs :... .:
- : far as they were able the life, saving shoulder "but the keeper's orders are : :and thanked my stars the bank was at i -
-. OF PENSACOLA. FLA. stations oCvFirvlfclaiid revl'ondl'tl. for his own men an.l not for a poop outside that end of the township In which I'' 2 w cJ! asa

DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. Perhaps at* no olfier place in the fivherrnxn like me. Besides, the really hadn't set foot 'The very last I :l3\1ng IiI

world: could assistance lute been boat may be In sore need. nnd. thougha : tiling rheird was the two managt'I I I
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. 'SURPLUS, $60,000. dered'teruss that barrier of.slush rE'n"I' little scooter, cannot do miuli it may raising Cain and the" .coachman. .And.. .L I n rrpajhlL.

DIRECTORS. i j iut\rhnh spaces of open wH.tt'r. at least canry" Intelligence' awl i'erhaps f now, Kunny"a.',' '" '(\' .
., I beginning to appear; but, then, 'at no salve one or two--provided I can reach -Hut that not all?" I eci"4 I
Henry L. Covlngton Frank Rcilly/ F. E. Bravvner, 1; other pla t> lit the world perhap, wore them." 'ltnsorry to say It 1V:* said Raffles Unquestionably the best bathroom equipment made is the
J. M.'PfeHf", W. S. Rosa&co, C. W. La mar, I
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Bryan Dunwodj, T. F. MtGourln, J. R. Saunders, I there amphibious steouters.Several The girl's fare underwent a sudden Apologetically. "Thejlilng! should hare :i famous "J.tettttars15 Po'rcclain Enameled Ware, every pcie of wbnh
c A. M. A erv. W. "Milton. O. E. Maura. 1 of th unique tIiatIzsetIonsI change, and she.took an imi etuous step I ended'with an exeitin'hase, I know. 'I ,
I W. L. Canthon.A'cx Dr. W. J. hannah McKenzIc Oerting., I of Fire island were lying on the edge forward but a.lreadv the scooter' had I I but somehow it idI'.1 suppose. they is uncondi or.ally guaranteed. by the malcrs. We hue sample n ./

McGowin, C. M! Covlngton, M. E. ClIrk.I ; of the Ke, wjth pike and hcootenug slipped awij' into the fog thought I Iwuf: 'got'istnd; .'of:* .*tafoT' :, our showrooms.. A conference with-us will give you much hdrtU! 11information.

iron and oars across the thwarts ready As they waited there, listening: peer- then they had made up their: minds I ''I
I Accounts Banks, Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited. ,! for instant use while their owners lag while the hours dragged by, the i that I belonged io. 'the gang which was

Four per cent Interest_ Paid on Time Deposits. leaned forward llMenlnp peering and faces of the men showed something ofwhat not S3 many miles! away and one of.
- ( for the most part xhak'ug their beads. they knew, to be taking place ,' then! had got as much as he conld I

The wind wax' rising. Mowing straight wlth'n'! the fearsome shifting pall ofimi L'arry: ,from that gang an It was. But I I I WICKE & CO. ( I

from the sea. In another hour it was f t. The scooter was rushing on. dropping -*r I wasn't to know all that and I'mtevud I II
likely 10 freshen into a gale BeforeIt into open spnes' of water, slipping 'F to say: there was plenty of excitement ,

the gray fog wan l.eing'awlrled and : up again upon patches of rotten I left for me. Lord, how I _

tossed' and eddied but still encompass"I -- Ice sw;Iftly. with scarcely. any checking ;;I made that poor brute travel when 1 I II -'j =_7 '( ?:..

of speed Its owner knowing time was I got among. the trees! Though we must

1 of more importance than caution. An; :I t'have made it over fifty miles from.j -
A BANK FOR ALL THE PEOPLE j jI 1 moment its nose was liable to strike I!F Melbourne. we had done it at snail's

some obctructioa'and throw out its occupant -t pace and those stolen oats had brisked. ;' B. Emm HALL & CO.

the wind at, that, speed might ,I I I the old girl up to much a pitch that WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
overturn the !pcooter or i sudden jibing :I she fairly bolted when the felt her

ONE OF THE OLDEST OF THE"OLD 1 wreck: It without an instant's;*warning I I nose turned south. By Jove, it was FOUR FULL QUARTS

..1 either" of whicli! on the -vca : BANKS OF FLORIDA I l ice held hut one possible fate for the 'I and under branches with your face in

.w L- owfier.tf the mane! I told you about the forest THE CROWN BALTIMORE PuRE RYE \VHISKEY.i. .
(, Two hOllrg'jtnd there came another i I of dead gums? It looked perfectly i -

: .signal (distress dose inshore. The I ghastly: In the moonlight and I found i. FOR $3.50.
-,- waiting life savers dropped' into their It.as still as I had left It, so still that I
scooters and.slid out intnthe. fog. Thegirl I palled there first halt and
up my I Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You your
? ; MANAGED BY AN ALIRT BOARD, OF DIRECTORS. was still !there! watching her face I I lay my ear to the ground for two or ,, get
goods the same day order is received. Give us trd:
white. Ten minutes more and a scoot' j I i three minutes but I heard nothing. a
J er's[ lutes suddenly slipped 1 from the :! not-n thing hut the mare's bellow and order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.

Wide Awake and, Progressive, Liberal, Though Withal l lConSCrVdtlVe. e darkness alnost.fIt her feet, and Jack :[ my own heart. I'm sorry. Bunny but I I Ii _. .
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: 1 1 Bowman sprang out.. Bending over, he i if 'ever you write my memoirs ypu ,
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4 T. lifted a recumbent ,figure from the'scooter won't have any difficulty in working ; -.OM;;
Always Always Accommodating.In .
: to the,sand up that chase Play those dead gum !
*'\\ III you call ome ,one from the trees for all tht>y'r.. worth, and let the 1 1 SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, WINDOW GLASS,

that day when you desire the services of a Bank, or station 4o 'ca'rnthis% man up. Miss bullets tiy like hail. I'll turn around ; I

make a change in your banking arrangements, Blao'hpr' he said hurriedly! as he'i In my addle to see Ewbank coming BUILDING' MATERIAL.

. kindly remember I gwung his craft; Back into the wind. "Ibavent i'I| up like' the_wind In his white suit, and Phone II. M. G. DeSllVJ\/ & CO.
t time. There are others: waitingfor I i I'll duly'paint it red. Do it in the. third .
me. i person and they won't know bow it's : D,
The girl moved forward swiftly, placing ; "
: going to end. ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK a hand upon his shoulder.; I! "But I don't know' myself," I comI j
"I shall be waiting. Jack" she THIS.
too. I I plained. "Did the mare carry you ail i READ ADVERTISEMENT.ROSEW
said In a low voice. "You must come I the way back to Melbourne I I
I OF PENSACOLA FLA. back to me" Fir;
: "ETf' y rod. pole or perch. I had her :

: W H Ktt! >WLP. Prow W. K. ""ER.JR., V..Pros. and Ca<;lIit'r. A tremor went through; the man'* well seen to at our hotel and returnedher
T. W BRE\T:: and". N, KORFRTP...."st.{",*,bu'n.Dnl.01'OR.F "I SHALL. BE AITISG. TOO. JACK," 8HH frame but he did! not, pause 8n-lnltant to the doctor in the evening. He fAMOUS'
, <' flrpn?. W. \. D Rlonnt.. O, Brent\\ H Knoul.sV. K. Hror. Jr. I SAlII. In his work. Lathe t craft disappearedIn i was tremendously tickled to hear I had :

ing and dense. a huge wet blanket! that the fog his voice rose strong' and resolute !-: been bushed. Next morning he brought

seemed writhing in the agonies of pain. above the wind. : I I 1 me the paper to show me what I had OLDWMI FASHIONED

- -- r-- On all sides were the sounds of fog{ "Yes" Blanche .I will come back'. to escaped at 1':(>11." II
and danger hell buoys boat whistles, you. i f\ ,"Without suspecting anything;!'*

tiiILTON (iREN.Fa..waai. T. K WKLLKS: >irt:.PBKSIDINT: occasional fog horns, the pounding and And he did I h':' said Raffles as be put out the SkIES

L. M. 1IBnu.! CURIIP MANSFIELD MORENO.AMT.CAqast crushing of ice where some vessel;;: was gas. 'That's' a point on which I'venever -. ----.

i Citizens National Bank forcing its way through and now and made; up my mind. The mare I'
then the ominous signal of distress and :, and her color were comcidencev-luck:, /
(.1 ren**eOla! Florid call for help. Among these came a fly she was ;only a bayr-and: 1 'fancy; TOTS."OLD II'
We believe
; Urootor: ANY MAN will his
sudden dull i booming toward the sea i I the condition of the beast must bAy jpiage
7 O o.W TV lKbt. Morrl Je r, T. E. WeLl,lRliM .. ; RYE"11i'key through;; an intelligent. rcjrird for his fr"ai1:
and apparently at considerable dintance told a tale The doctor's Was
Rohlnion. L.Htlto4 Or.ea. a manner 01 We KNOW that ANY man IS Too intelligent to hu "
A UENERAi. \NK1NG BUSINESS TRANSACTED. : The men who wOre In looked j I certainly different. I'm Inclined lo FULL itation whiskey after he discovers he has. b. ,
at each ,other their faces paling. |I think he suspected::1 something! : though 4 "trtcked" The crusade againstadulteraled arti '
," ? ''A big shi?.*" one of them said "andon not the ri tat thing I wa!:n"t expecting) QTS.of f
. 4..S. . ... ..-........................i...+........4*. the bar. Lord help Vml" him and I fear my appearance ,nay "OlOCORN"WHISKEY, ; buyer\ has learned the importance of imestiea'THOROUGHLY t.
'J. S. REESE. PJe: ld.nt. E., W. MBNEFEB.. Casnier. J "Yes." assented the man nearest': him, |I have increased his suspicions. before accepting the claim of
R. Is!. CAIir VIce-Presldent.! "nothing can get to >m that far ,out, I asked him why. I dealer. \Ve CH\ttEVGti investigation.'nti I
not even scooters" "I 'used to have rather a heaTY runstac.be. Eiprm prepaid lie too critical to suit us. Our Famous Old-f islu' I.
| THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. i I \j to aarpoint A\Tiskies are far rerao%cd from the possibility < iJain. ,
There was a peculiar grinding sound i i' ? ', said Raffios. ;but I lost it the' in the They are as pure as Natures own tnzrecleflt' 1 I
I Directors-L J. Reeves, J. .. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Gary, ; near them A scooter slid up the-beach I day after i !lost ray f innocence." South rr*:' bySon.. or rU.'TAILK. ME rCIYAU.Y PCRE. No household ehmi'4wifMUtlhera
'Y. A. D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. and a man sprang out. .
Adanu Lines i i in x
>hipp <
plain unmarked
: "The other fellows in yet? he : A' WORM KILLER. flenksandcnm.AgendeaandEgpresaco..s.n4re-| >
. YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED absolue reliability is a household word. ,01
Remit bv
"Only lie brought man $3.40 ;0
..................................... .......O.... Carey. a J. A. J. Montgomery Puxlco. Wayne 1'.O. Money Ordrr or Exchange current in Atlanta.
ashore and sent him up to the station '. 4ff 5.- Co., Alo, writes: "I have Lttls twini r A trill 1 order'netes a rmanrnt est'tnm.r.

and then hurried back. 'He said it wan gi girls! who have been bothered with THE R. M. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA GA. I"

_. a coal barge with two men and a boy worms all their lives. I tried everything ,
and a dog. ,and the other scooters will to relieve! thrrn which failed un-f 6

R. Itf.c.,.,., ,..... A ,....,....." /no.Massey, bring them In. The'keeper ordered us I til I used White's Cream Verm.fusi; ; ,, __
",... '-.ca. .&. '-''-'_ S.C'r. to watch here for other: work. What HMOTHERS .the first two doses brought four -
. r Wholesale and Retail' Dealer.It' was yours" *'orms from one' of them, the neiL',

StcamDomesticM.nthracie "Just a sailboat with two young DO YOU KNOW two doaes. twelve, one of them m!asnnng -
: COALCONSOLIDATED ,, twelve inches; tne other chid;
men. They called for help because
and Blacksmith the birth 'j
many so.called medicines, ar- ]I was only relieved of four worms. It
Oflaps-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. they didn't know thee su-s-oundings. most remedies omen in the treatment is a most'e'xcellent medicine;" White's
When I explained tne: decIded! to remain of her dehcate'Organs, contain more o: Vermifuge
Craam is good
Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets Phones 6 and 372 1 for ch'J!
t on board until the ice let thentout. less opium morphine and strychnine? dren. It not only destroys: worms, it

They ha\e p'Tty! of previsions Do You Know that in most countrie helps the child, to perfect growth
-- -- and a snug little cabin. I heard the drugjfkts are not permitted to sell narcoi wards off sickness.Sold by all drug-
. ship's Call! from outside and hurried ics WIthout labeling them poisons? :
"gists. II |
I Do You Know ihat should not
GROCERY CO. back. I couldn't quite make out the
I internally any medicine;lor the :
location In the fog. Anybody gone?" pain accompanying pregnancy.' !!I Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F. A, M.A .
"('rOn.-?" tltrlsl.el"b, .man Do You Know that MotherS Frien. Regular! communication; of Es-,
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MAJN OPF1CU.JackBonTllle |H|. BHANCILBS. alive. that's on the bar three miles Is applied externally only? cambia Lodge. No. 15. F. & ,A

,i* aw a.scooter ('ould.t'r get there Do You Know that Mother Frienc I' M, will,be held :Monday ev"enIng -, itching Scabby 'Skin Bone: l Pains Swellings
: Florida I Baiannah. Tampa, Peniacola. aciots the open channel. Besides the Is a celebrated })prescnptipnf ant that i' J february ,5, at. 7120 ,
1 ice has been piled up by the wave has been in::i.ee over forty'Tears, aud that o'clock Visiting brethren! fraternally i r ;, uh.n&thU heals all Peabi.8 .lell.Ernptlonf.! Wal.r1
I each bottle'of the genuine bears the nain. Invited < and pftini in bones filiiMn. by gulag putt,ttsalUiy too'4CANCE
: Sh 'n have to "'!tIt until the sea opens back:: and joint affected '
of The Bra.lfjcld! Regulatot,Co.? C. 'D: BEYER, W,,.){. i i'I 't1'tLShflgROtbby pans.JWlWlSJfc
*o we can use a lifeboat or fog Ihi ,
PAID ; $500,000The lifts Do you know: thatwhen'jou use ,, W, G D41LEY.'S9C. j !
so we can scooter out. JCo: oue' remedy during 'the period of 'gestatiorthat : ,, I hOtl.SW'Oll.nGlU-cI..1
Where are you joting? TOU wilt be free of pain and bea: ,
I (f on the Skin
: Consolidated Grocery Coapany la aucoessor to the C. B. Robert i For the mtu and! swung the bow of I l1ealtb},. hearty and clever children? NOTICE" Tbc IWvc ptOlge1 Patcbrs in ,:)Mucui Ioutk. al'P'CUaUnlf e".ll1nrw.Eating !'t" :!t''
Company ot JacfcsonTllle; Lbs nonaa Grocery Company, .ol JacksonriUt bis craft back into the fog and was Well.these things are worth knowing : ih.wwkattcSaaiCLood Bore Throat.' Flat-, mOl'S.DItI Ulr-r. H.B.1l.halitli fl."I"

b the groce'y branch ot the Florida Naral Stores aDd Commission Company again: hoisting the sails. They are facts. Of druggists at Ji l.lIo.j:,I I Ueod Ba1mwtUd5.wdeth POM and Hch.] ?; pie1Oopper.CoIor Hools, jfrutt down orworsi.csneer-IJ W Pimple.perfectly.8welJlnjll.11YO'-)('' t..:''
: of Jaekzouv11e: the grocery branch ':jf,the Mutual Naral Stores Company oi Out to the" vessel, of courser! quiet Don't be persuaded to try a substitute ]i l AVe have secured the services of E. ) Uleerionaoypartot i Pains take Blood Bairn and tWT will*)*:'0Eet&alc
JacksonTllle; the grocery branch of the Gulf N&Tal Stores Company. OJ I I Our.Lttle, book "."Motherhood"! !' free .M. Williams of Atlanta who Is ,an cx- I bod,. :Hair or X.1tro"l. *lttag out,take appear before they develop intO Cal:
Tampa; tae grocery branch ot Use Ou Natal Store Company of penaa. ota.' ly. IHE BBAOFIELO REGULATOR Co.. Attuta. .aOottroll ,, pert: electrician, and we are now better -, B.ttnlo Blood .aIm! ,' Guaranteed Blood Balm '(Ttoroarb'T R.B.B.fJtI"*: l: !,
Jack ant and safe to take
: the W..t Coast Natal.Stows.COmpaDy. PenncOIa"the "But It's sure death. remonstrated !l
the branch) of of Eota
grocery pr pared ever do- all kinds; to care the worst and most deep seated for 8U7t'lln. Compowl1 cl ruT.Ingrethenti.
grocery branch ol the Southern Naval Stores Company of Saf annaa. the life saver sharply "Don'tbe I of electric works'at moderate prices.), cmsei. heals all torts,stops all aches and tr.nKtheJ1 V..k.EDI-per
Will ,handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Domestic a fool. You.couldn't pick your way Ring phone 570 and our representatire -' paint,and reduces rich all .wtillam.iuakea tlood sets:. bottle.cures Dyip.psla.Task. as'dl-: tc.II. It P..,
tUo .
par cbwiflar body Into
.: and Imported Groceries, Turpentine.Tools.. etc. State Agents for the Whit through the fog with,that scooter andget will rn on you. Estimates furnished healthy eoa@JLIon. cured .-beD right quantity I.Ff05 tak.b1

:j Hickory Turpentine Wagons. back alue." I on all kinds: of work.PEN'S .. Old ltk GER Maybe not, but tl1at'tc sounds PHOTOGRAPHS. l .\COLA ELECTRIC COMPANY *r.caused by i'olsois) in th, Blood. B.B.B orib.pour trouble and special: tree.J*l:
I- C. M. C"OV" INGTON"-lMAN A like a big boat, 'and If so there" are a FINE. I j 205 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. top*Hawking and BpUttag Iteblnc sad eel EtdTlc to suit 70u C.... etto II- -
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.' "'" U:,.. i"',''.' ._ ; __ :' '_ Ing historical \ data On a "vault_ sur
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. rcunded' by a dilapidated, brick wall, -- ,
'- '". .' and overgrown,.,with..weeds is i
Almost \ .
a Blab' with the following"Inscription: C. GUNTER ELMORE.: A E. 'HULL: ; 'C, Ivt; SIMONSON. ,..' t

j Died Sept.In 12 Pensacola, 1832 ,' President, Arch'te t.. Superintendent : .

Aged 73 years, :
Walton -- --
Sirs. Dorothy: ;
a native'.o( \ *' .
v The Sta.te'of Georgia I .
A-- Matron of ,Revolution I PEINSAGOLAEKLSTQHE =
'. Consort and Relict of =
I Geo. Waltona
signer of
The Declaration) of
Independence., ,
O ,1 Early' Mayor Penaaco4a.
One epitaph of more than ordinary ,

I .t dCar, local interest, Is as'In 'follows' "' : '

R C f '. 'c' Memory 6fn

Capt. John Jerrlson .
YT 'a, : native of''Xe'.,: England Factory Cor. E. Wright and ,Ninth Ave. Office 410 Theisen
who died Aug ,9. 1850 ,
A'. ed 74 years, 6 months, 11 days.
";i % "In;early life he was a sergeant in
r General Wayne's 'army of the ortL- .
west ,ant}' afterwards settled, at Ft

-l-r/( ttfl(16(4ifPG ( ( ,. Hawkins Macon; where, near he the was-long present'and site or1 Miracle Hollow Building BlocksWill

{ably known as a merchant: army ,
AI tractor and rx>stniaster-, During
of 1812 he was a staff officer in
war I
I the United States army with the rank give you a' cool house in Summer and warm
-captain and 'after the conclusion of
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: _. .. .:. I r\ J'peaCe turltory.removed He finally to Alabama settled,in then Pensa al house in winter; a house that is fireproof and vermin-

cola, Fla., of which he was repeatedly
( proof. There are wooden walls for to breed
elected mayor, and at the time of his rats
decease was clerk in the navy yard
-.- 1'1 there.. For more than, half a century behind; no walls to be painted'ever few with
} years
This article i is the first of .a series that will > l i jho was connected with public service

: I la various capacities in all of which the attendant and inconvenience. And It
be prepared and published in The\ Journal, 4 h.:-was noted for zeal and integrity expense :
t'in.the discharge of his duty,
one each Sunday, treating of local points 1 '-This tablet! is erected as a token costs you less to build,a house of this :
his bereaved and
of filial l affection by '

of f historic or current interest. Pensacbla : sorrowing: children."' *" material, and maintain 'five years, ,
.side of.Mr.: Jerrison's tomb!
"= 1 '.By .tI c :
has many such places, ancU.. it will be the. '" -, i,ite: one containing f tho earthly remains than to build of wood and keep it covered i
of his ,wife, ,Mrs.. Jane Jerrison. who|
endeavor of the writer to portray. cactifaithfuly ( followed him to* the Great BeyondIn with raint. Now isn't this worth investigating -
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in its turn. .C X : 1835. I' ?
: .J 1" Ancielft;Grave-Markers. i
> ios Several l. of 't e.a ci :Iron crossesi
>* I : )
< : :: [rudely graven with a tool of.some I WECANBUILDYOUA "

: : ; ;;j '. kindvoracd-are-.stjll! tope found,scat" ,i ,,1

:,t ered about.the: older part of the'ceme- .j

-. terjt/but'fhe:\ graves thatjhey marked
;baveaong' .since been obliterated. One..1{ BROWNSTONE HOUSEequal

Quaint, old st Michael's- Cemetery! [grown with th'dank, vegetation.of,the. stances an arch. or brick jwasUhrownj upon;wblchtbeilnscription: is partially

What a world of thought is inspired I I semi-tropics. orer'the casket and In other,.cases ,the j legible reads'as; follows: '
!bl'islt, to the oak shaded Testing brick walls ,, carriplt"" and in its
I 230 Years.Old.) J i[ were _up'to a) ":4quh1'aceDonitngoCarrero: in appearance, superior wearing prop ;
generations of pen !
pufp so many height above the levelof: .the *
coffin *
: )
; Although all .records of' burials 'in j Muro) de (Julio
..'((IEan,; what pathos In the crumbling : St. :Michael's cemetery were destro -I'I;'and a slab of Stone or marble laid-on'top. '' Edad U-anos_ .. erties, to the Natural Stone; and trim the interior with:
: tombs, the moldering 'headstones, .' Nearly-all of these old'time' Ini '
i'a number of years ago by tire it is;! ,Across the'entire south ,end of the house
b,- ivy covered,, neglected graves of! i'dividual vaults have crumbledinto imported morble, giving you a equal to anything
l authenticated fact : 'ng'the civil i io
a pretty: well, that'the cemetery, r warr ,a rowj
,.unrtred who have contributed their, ; dust and those reniaiitinlgare
I first interments there occurred!1I ( union, soldiers l were buried. Sonic in the country and at a cost that will astonish ;
tits! to the upbuilding of the Deep i ing tire way of all things i earthly. I ,
about two hundred and thirty yearsago ] twenty years'ago the remains of these: ,
'R'ater' City of the Gulf! I }
These were in what is now the! i Identification'Difficult. 'I victims of.{i'he* greaf'strife'were removed ,
Years before even legendary historyrrcunls We shall take pleasure in showing our products
i l southeastern of the j the"national
the use bf the plot now occu- part cemetery I Nearly all means identification, to : cemetery! near I

-,..-d by St. Michael's cemetery JoV i plot and, waffle no vestige of the origIn I'''of I graves over-100, years old have i iibe'en I Ft. Barrancas, .,.w to anyone who' is interested;' our architect will draw
graves or nraults' exists [above' In the ,section of St:: Michael's'! '
''serial purposes, the 'east Ride, near : obliterated, by Hme.but a -few? older
the median line was a favorite camp- !ground it 1 Is not unusual for the sextons :are in 'a* fairly good' state"of; preservaltion !ceriieter' but' little attention, was paid'to ..ulfcyoiir plans; AND IT COSTS YOU NOTHING.

if$ place for the' Indian tribes who [: while preparing the last resting i and the lI inscriptions can be de=' order and'it-seem: **to have been' .
Lvopled the place of some modern mortal to disin'l It.care 'is taken. 'One of:: the-rule' to 'Inter a body-In the most! sidewalk pavi'ngWe have
? what are now ciphered We ,also do ;; just secured:
ti'ese aborigines annually gnu.statE's.1 ter the fragments .of a body these,, is ..ma'rked."Jose". .Rofg, died I convenient place without"reference 'to;!

not and that they lens ago. In such ,cases th'e remain,, 1812 aged $3, years." InsideIhe'yaulti! i points 'of the compass'as Is the pres1enfr. I, the services of ,an expert sidewalk man from Louis

iK-unty 0: nature Is attested by Ke In; bpnes are carefully collected and, which is on top, of Jhe grouthenl) custom: While a, riajority of the.;( '

r.use quantities of oyster-shells that after the.new grave has been preparedare.interred : the'moss, covered slab was 'removed,1!bodies 'were- laid ;at restj rlth feet to-i i,. ville'and are' prepared to do your work promptly. Weguarantee

.ire still.to be found a few inches-be- !in an. excavation. at one. could be seen'a 'few fragments. wa'rd-the eastsomehavbeen: found, .
cw the surface of the ground.. In side of it.:' \ '* ; '" ; hones and one or two crumblingt'ieces with the feet toward every point: oft* '..sidewalks.: If you want to pave but

f fact there is a distinct ridge some dis: The old'Spanish way .burying wa!! ('wood: _that formed tle) coffin.In the compass: One grave; which '1st!
= cash in hand let for the
the- : : we will
ance in length that was made by the to i jay a-single course-of brick on top the southern,for older portion "of onjy;:a little over *50 rears: old )liessljghtlt hayrft you pay

>celi deposits, but which is now+cof'- of the ground rest the coffin upon this the; cemetery, which is alj} that. th1.sarticle } 'northwegt an<( southeast and! Avork in installments.lets.
tIed with earth and in places over., !and then brick it, I In, In some in: will: .treat! ; of,, is. some-interest, ; ie. directly, in'.the.pati. ay between : -

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\ 'the southern part of the new ******K<**imMHH .* tE7F'g'i'>1'k't' ..... ..... .. '

, ,.',-:>- -e, : ccmetefy. The headstone,,'which was *' |

,,. illegible until\) 'recently, when it was ''t' DIAMONDS WATCHES, JEWELRY, :

} cleaned by the sexton bears the follow- I CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE I

", ing inscription [ STERLING' SILVERWARE, | ;t

Martha Ann .
.,1 '"" Daughter pf Vviljis and ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,

Margaret Sturdevant :CUT GLASSWARE.
Born in Wilcox Co.,
Nov 14, 1837 :"
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;;; : _ Departed this life in
i I J' Pensacola, Fla., Oct 18, 1853.r EngrSVlng1.nd; Fine Stationery. :

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Stop here kind friends 'as you pass by -
tAsOU are-now so once was I. I i
As I am now so' you must be,. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Prepare' for death and follow me. .
:' the history I I
; Probably no man.knows.
to 'h// :: cemetery as- well( a"s'',
.' ol St. C
"'''' Sexton .Sebastian., Barrios who,has had j I E. O'. Zadek Jewelry o. |rl j

",::/-Ir,..,' charge of it for ,the past fourteen MOBILE ALA. [
years and to him- the writer is Indebted -j J f.i 1Hf.'f.!
i i : HHH" ****4HWHHHHHHHHHI .
for much of the information upon

which this article is based.)
"'''' Prompt delivery to any part of th4city"

., .. *;; E. B. ACOSTA & CO.rf .
: \' f % SINGS i i .,...,... Office and Yard-22 to 28 N. Tarragona ..
.: a'.felOe.tafi In
FEf -, ""
.' 1 HE- ... ,*j7f I St. Pensacola Fla. Phone 363.
; 44 ---- V?;
.. / j i L L r S Mrs. Philip Carpenter; in itan- ;i COAL WOOD ANDICE&Mr4&D
; t t a ate River Jouraal. ft
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h'I lr Oh sweet 'is the air I

In the xtewy\ dawn
That floats from the orange, blooms
I I t Over the lawn
the notes
And sweet are
\ That the soft breeze brings Ii a veritable drtgoti of lll-beHl It lane la IU path
more pbysieel wrecks than probably any otter one dlv
From the feathery pinesWhere .
I COM pwTiiiar to American*
1 /. the Whip-poor-will sings maid Simply because upon the first Indication
I of the 7 the crttem 1. n ,iUcourcett wltb
quintn.or that deadly mmenl-calomtl.
d1I / He sings in the- eve Den't Do It. If. Dnfreu It Uat at aQ
\I i Whcn'tbe shadows fall, I + D4eesMi7\VepotlUreI/KQaraatea

i I 1 1I He sings! all'night, HERBINEto
j Call answering call.
\ Ho sings In the dawn nmrt and rso nmjen*any form of MUrU. II fc
yarely h i h L Bw *JI tkvtrtua
'I rirfgs rqilata
f | The plaintive.note I isdnioox* mo* et Uw r t* r.SooperbottL *.
1 t sweet from the pines oorrecru all IlTcr. esQ
I Full and. a"u
\ \ [ Where the'Whip-poor-will sings. I Ali Dna allebh .
II 11 11I t
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b'I ;ffa n J
It .is sad as life I I
I Yet full as is joy,, ;
i Tender as love is,
-- s Sweet without d'. I
b\ Oh why not a song. ALL_ DRUGGISTS.
life brings
C |- Whatever '
;Like! that from the pines __ ___' _' ,..J
cL-: Whip-poor-will, sings. j' ; _
'- I' Where the
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j. ICE COAL and
H" !' Dyspepsia ,Is our national ailment j ,
I.3 Bitters is the national; I
"" '- "---. Burdock Blood iremi: theConsum"r.
---L for It It strengthens stomach j'I ''
\ cure lee arid Fuel
:. J' flow of digea-1} .
1- j membranes, promotes u.' f
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i: PAGE. TWeLVE: THE 'PENSACUtA' ;JVCTKWAC. : 5uAvM O-RN-NC I .FEBRUARY. *," ,Y1I _- .... ,- ::e '' ---.. ,.,.....,- -

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. S -- -- '.-i ---- Josephine,"Aia., where they nave flee "
\ romposed ir -
of anrf Mrs.
.... .. .. ........." S l I huntlns fishing, boating and, retreating :: ,
*ax _.
. 'ctK3tts\jttt iVttsnn :: I"I"I S son. Rev.. .6, P Spiegel..the;evangejisiand '
wife Mr.' and generally in the. interest of ill- Our Collar Machine-
his accomplished ,

i,< | & PEOPLE _and EVENTS|i I IIi 1 I Mrs. James, Mr and Dickerson.Mrs. .Neville.: ,)Ir. J. Mrs.W MtLeane B.- I Walter's health. -...- '

Ii K. Kirkland. Mrs. J. P,' Hedges MVS& Mrs.Ac Jlendell is" still guite ill is a Wonder.

I j .,. 1't M. A. Hedges/Miss A' E. Johnson.. but hopes I ,16 get 'dow!( town the last. ,

Mrs., F. F. 1)I .Knight, :Miss,. Maud cf the/week.. It 'dampens the

| Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and I| Ceruti ,and Mr.-Wilbur, --.-:'.,1 0" Si ''0'j i Mr,*;and\ S 11t:5.: DaibL.; Barfield oi!I ::5- them turnover to coIl a ras edges, ,roac of

Mr. Ruatolph: Pfeiffer's' little son Otto Ixuisville Kr., who arrived Friday' to prop;'r :.hap"

I Tarry Women and Society Here and_ Elsewhere_ | j, whose thigh !fas': broken .several attend their' 'sons: wedding' leave to : and then makes the el-c l:; -

Ii: I f weeks ago Is, :cprogressing nicely diyaoQn for home. }tr. Barfield iJ i smooth as vchet 11.j(

.. . xfi I I I thanks to, skillful care.- SI superintendent of the CourierJournalTrmting : a p1ea ur- to ;)1 t'I,
S Company.
S By E. A'ElttF BECK. Telephone 669. 7tSXtyK I! I lars we launder) j<' ?'
t I The Council of Jewish Women will i S do yours.I .
SK i iy t\:: :: :n; ,:: U r. i meet as usual on Thursday. Why it pays to 'a>>k jour grocer for
I t Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. It'3 I

-S : MRS.; BLEEKER FORBES'S 1\ S 'Wh you btty: roceric ., insist on !' }Ir. W. C. Norman and'son Mr. Wai absolutely pure, goe: 1190 as far and The Star Steam

GUESTS HAVE CONE HOME. I h.aving- and ad 1teI -.1\ ter Norman have returned gives desserts the "Blue ftibbon Fla
besfttjjnipursi ,
S Miss Baker and )flsVan., who1 I ', I rated fOOJ fe < tngerous. iitV.carry; !ling a: week at their su vor. !> : Laundry.

have been quests of Mrs: Blacker the be ? S {) i,! r S

-S .5 Porhes Birmingham left Friday., after for Incir,.I|i I Lobstet. .. .;*'-. ....t,23: and\5&;:can !" <+:+:...:...a--. :.:.+::+::'..:+; :...:. .+:l;. .1 ..:..:..'.:...:..' 37 E- Saraen St. Fhon, 114J'efaacol -

5-- ant visit. I i Shrimp. .' 1.n "atj', < .,- I.,..10c caaDeil : FIi .-.
: Crabs with: sbelV .. ..25c can '
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;. ;; with Mrs four Forbes tables entertained of *ix ban.for euchre them ; ;;:- I IF I COULD \.ry 4 I I Soft Shell Crabs. h ..33c; can Services at the Churches I i

4 5 ;S Saturday night and after the prizes up.4 w (_ rv IM&DofN.e'p 'rMVrquRw Clams. .. .. .. :. .. l3c can
I I I ONL'fQITOU"v I Salmon, extra fine.., .,. ... ,20c cal --
bad been
awarded the guests were p.f ). \rO 75rv ) + t

ushered into the dining room where a Jon5 S 1 .!-4&.e.S4..8 .1l.l\i_ __ "' 6 "." :"e.k". '. :"'. : ........................:..
= = - y - - - y
delightful Dutch luncheon was hcned ROSENAU & GERELDS i--a : :

S from a table where the renter pieceS I (ilx I ;i Following, will 1 bo the order of serI School 9 a. m; German service 10:30

wag. a big cabbage surmounted by a The:fancy Grocers, j .ces; at the various churches: throughout -- a., m. English! rvice 7 p. m Vestrj

S rcbbit, and \\elsh "rabbits" of deli, ( / ;;; thp city to-dar: meeting after close of morning ser-
'ous concoction emerged from the cOuR Phone 391.., Pensacola.cpeialbvbatone I, S \ices. Church meeting after clo:e of

S chafing dishes Pts Catholic. English rvice. All voting member I
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On Wednesday night )Irs. W B. _St Michael' Church. First mass 7voclock requested to attend. Important busi
Forbes entertainer with a charming : of,the guests:call-t,\ children'. mass 9 o' 'ock; hess.I (II
S 1 dinner followed bj euchre for the ej tha "ba8 lment) ball room," which'last mass 10.30:: o'clock? yesp rsl '4 f Scandinavian Lutheran Church I ; PURE
, bad been beautifully decorated for the o'clock I II
wS joung I ladio :
10:30 5
Services at a. .m. and p. m
-+- occasion.. Tae supper was sr\cd in S St, Joseph's Church-Services as follows -i I Rev Helle pastor. .I
: -- COZY CLUB MET the grille room of the proent club : :

: AT MRS. REILLY'S. building from a prettily ftow r- ecked. ,Sunday 7, a. m. Low .Mass and In. I Baptist. .

S The Cozy Club held a pleasant meet. j table and'ha stroll' or brisk walk'I I struction. 9 'a. m.\ SundaY schooL, 10, FIrst Baptist Church-Services today

S ing at the residence of Mrs John (varying with the,.'age and eligibihfjof .S a. m. High Mass and Instruction. 1 p. ,at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Sun I

; Keilly Fri-lay afternoon the strolljrs) seemed quite as 'popular ', Dt: Vespers. Rosary and" Benediction r>f I day' School, 9_30 a. inDr.. J. H. Eager

! The liternry contest between Miss I-rtP1Y A T DOLIAt'SwdOTT4 t'iU1A'" T as any of the various delightful the Blessed Sacra men 1. Ii a member of ths faculty of the I

? Edith Oliver, Miss, Lizzie Fisher andS qIIE I a TWAT features of the evening. I I Mass during the week is at 7530 am. Southern Baptist Theological Semi-I: "A KEY OF SOLID COLDHEALTH'S CANNOT
NlHi Miriam B'ount was >ery closeS CouRTS except Mondays an-1 Fridays, when Lonlivills Kr.111 preach both'mcrnin ;
and diffcult to decide, but it was finally pLA51ER: Mr, and Mrs...F. R. Meade entertained it i i. at S a. m. During Lent and the I nary GATE UNFOLD
I ;? and evening. '
agreed that Miss Lizzie Ftehec's 'PLrl'o5EI t..AC"" a few friends' at dinner last even i iing. months ofIay and October it is. at East End Baptist Church 11th Ave.I But the gold can but (the dj' gsr
': the best production ; I IS which will loosen
paper was prose a. m. and Chase Street-Rev, J.V.. Sentrt-l manv a OBJ J
: and Miss Marjorie Yonge's verses the S Confessions in the evenings before stomach or niusel. and heal.Uat* '
fit School 10
pastor. Sunday at
S best poetry on "Sated from the Snow." The golf links at the Country Club Sundajs. Holy Days of Obligation and a.j will roil wide own nue i jnrT,
The dub will give a' lawn party atMrs. ; S are an irr slstably attractive place.. First.Frulaj from & 9 m. Preaching every second and third them rishtlj
I -p..in..jo p. !!!;.,. Sunday 11 and 7420 .mJ, Pure dm1-. c&cra a
Eben Skinner's .on :Monday afternoon these bright"'d'i"s and re' being well. !i i BapUswjSundays'a' p. m. or-by' at a. _ra. : '-p. medicines, toilet and sIck room ie- -

S S ; ( tronizea' daily by local societj.: I appointment.i 7 Prayer o'clock.meeting. every Sunday: night at, :j sori-os, perfumes, soaps---e\ L.J

-+- .! S for the bath
I or shaving hrc.
ANNUAL ELECTION Mrs Belle Coulter of De Land FJa. i Church of 'ChrIst.4l ,_ A cordial invitation is extended to all.!

S LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. arrived lastfnlght' to :spend, Februarjand t}i Church 'Christ,, 'cor. Jackson and,S West JEHU Baptist Church'-Sundav' i HOOTON'S

, The annual meeting 'of the Pensa. J\ March with her sister' Mrs. :John i iR I JAIcanlz Streets. Bible school 10a. Sch ol'1O a. m. Preaching Tfysry first ; PHARMACY,
Stillman p j and, third Sunday 11 a.'m. and 7:30::
S cola Library Association will take :; m. Preaching 11"a.. m. and" at ; The. Birth Place of Prompt Delivery: : .
Jt 4* + p. m, Prayer meeting Sunday 7 p.1 I Im.
place in Ubrary Hall Tuesday evenIng : S 7;30 p: n>. by W. JTracj.; Prayer > a PHONE 1100.
: S
Mrs. Jolln..ciIA verT entertained..with I
at 5
o'clock. '
: meeting Wednesday: evening. 7:45. All t i
S a, lovely card Wednesday afternoon -
Every member is urged to be present party welcome
ant participate in the annual election for :Mrs.: ...Lucius ,Lamar of :Mexico Episcopal. 1 Presbyterian. j jiFirst

cf officers for the ensuing, jear.. who is visiting Mrs. C. W,. Lamaron S I. Presbyterian Church-Rev. | Marine Grocery Co.
Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaler
-- the bayshore. There were ten ta- Julian S. Siblej, pastor. Sunday
MISS JONES HOSTESS I i bies of six-hand ,euchre.: Mrs. E F. D_ D. Rector. Regular srvices' school 9:30: a. ra. Christian Endeavor
5' OF GADSDEN LEAGUE. I hat to match, as did other accessories! quaint nce during Mrs. Hannah's recent Pruce won the first prize a beautiful i: 7 30 and and 11 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.+i 1 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.. and 604, 60S, 603, 610 S. Palafcx St.

to her becoming outfit. I visit. to Mexico, and their meet- cut glass dl h'I Mrs. E. C. Maxwell the I I I Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Wednesday 7:30 p, m. S Phone 725.
;: Mixs Ella Jones entertained the Mr and Mrs. Barfield left on the ing again here is a pleasant feature of consolation a,: 'pir of gold cuff pins,)! and Friday services at 4:30 p.' m. Sunday ool At the SUxldart Avenue -

Gudsden church Epworth League Friday noon train for Louisville where they Mrs. Lamar's \ksdt during which she Mrs. U S. Brown the booby a pretty I Katharine's-Cervantes and Da-!! :Mission at 3:30 p. m C. P. Zeek V. J. VIDAL, Manager.,

I evening. will make: their home. is receiving many charming social at '1 it of Venetian glass, and the guest of I vis stree. Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe. S.IT. .i s IPE>rlntenden All are coralally inS
.. After the business meetingthere. tentions.\ j honor was presented 'with an exquisite!tI B. rector Sunday services 7:30: vited.

-was a delightful program of music including J| SOCIAL NOTES FROM ,. souvenir spoon. I|j and 11 a. m. and 4 *p. m./ Sunday THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS T3
; a baritone solo by Mr. W/alterj I IlJiUarQ' t > SS I S S S
THE BIG BAYOU.r ."*" 4 School 9:30 a. m. Service Wednesday -
Mr. and :Mra. H. H. Thornton entertained Christian
5' of Ceuro, Tex, I|r Mrs. H. G. De SUva will entertain Ii and Friday at;.4 'p, m. Saint'sDajs EAT.
j First Christian Church
The hostess then presented a sheet I .Mr. \John Connplv ,who Js a gue*>t at S dMightfullj at tea Monday. -Gregory,
? 0: paper and pencil to each.guest with I l' Mi:;. Scarntt's returned SaturdayS evening. The affair was a charming'! with, bridge' yednesday*afternoon 4i for: ,-,Holy Communion :at 10 a. m.,j t two.: ..blocks east ot ofPalafox! St, -Sunday Just Received:
: lyinformal: function their I\s. o?:Mexico: b ::Seat6 free.A welcome alL :'sdhiol1O & mH.; J. .
r a request that each, would write\ the'S morning from Jacksonville. guecfs; befig: LallJaJ. .' [ Mackey Siipt.Prjachmg
best joke they had ever heard. How '( Mm[ Hyer Miss Tavlor MrsjJlooJloe; : ,.1 I: ) m'. 'i;I t.* St. John's Chu'rcbnVarnngton' : -'|:F r at H; a. m.'an S I "Mrs. :' 'As euatimarKing, JtrTS U!;' Rev, J. R. Bicknell. priest1 charge rby O. P. SOlkits of fancy Mackerel il-j; per
Mrs. Denham
memory was searched as minds ram- Ms' Vera: Fulghum'and Miss IreioPalines up chosen Jib qusen'aod .osenj t I.S rviceo today at 11 a. m,:and 7,30, ,. .: kit ,
aheC& c p.m
bled through the past. When all had are spending a few'week3 1 "Bob"l Dunham, Mr. Porter Mr. Pitti! } o!, Birmingham, Ala. Morning, aub'Sect ; .
I her maids and society is astir to find 1 S to'kts Salmon $1.23!: per kit
Miss and Mr. Pasco.Mr. 1 "DignitJ.
: finished the papers were collected and with Cora Scaritt. I ; Duty Destiny of
I out who they are. I I The Bishop of Florida will visit St. Christians" 50 kits halibut fins. $1 25;; per kit
Evcningt "Ibe'lUen1
aloud airid shouts of
read laughter.
I ; -4- John's church February 18. at 7:30 50 klls of Cod Tongues and Sounli,
All were then invited to the dining Miss )Mamie Oerting spent Satur 'a" and :Mrs.V.. K. lifer, Jr, pm. nium," Monday 7'30 p, mWaat I
I- room where the color scheme of vi>-1 1J I I i 'with MIss: Thelma Da\enport. tained at a lovely tea' Friday entt-r-I Mr. and Mrs B. Genon left Friday is the Sin Against: the Holy Ghost!" IS I U.25 per kit.Bloaters. .
1' for New York QJp-Mo, be absent about. I Century MissIon-Rev. J, R. Bick'i S'S Milkers and Roes HerCodfisn -"':;:
J let ana' green was beautifully carried ttielr.guests being :Mr. and : .
: out In violets and ribbons. in cakes''; -Miss Sallfe and Miss' Laura Lee:: tin-Green: Mh and :Mrs. 'H.. H. Thorn. tkree week, *t v *.... I I nell, priest in charge.; No services. ,, to*. I .;; _- UniversaI-r', ; r'- Pickled Salmon Dill 1'kJ.AGerman
t Sauer Krout.
L with violet and green icing and violet -i,TvnstalI ,of Mobile, _Ala., will :arriva ton. Mrr and Mrs W H, Knowles, Dr. ; v* day. ,t'S \.l:: """, : :;. -,? First:; Unl>ers3list Church-East
in 'a few and will be the :" .5 1Iiss-'tulle'trren; of Sawanee. Teno, The Bishop omorfda<< will.vliCCen.tury.Misslon Cbse-street. Pigs Feet in kits, $I-00.
l and green bonbons. Delicious days geutSts and lrs. H. I.. Simpson Mr. and Mntf S Sunday School at 10 a. .
-r.rrh'Thurday evening and's{ the Manewal and Lanse's Fruit <( 1*
and marshmallow o; :Miss Florence Davenport and Miss bn Sunday, Feb. 18, at 11 : : U-
chocolate : frappe C. H. Dishman. Mrs. Superveille (of m Y. P. C. 6.30() sharp;: AH are .
guest of Mrs. H. A. Brosnaham.The a.m. ; National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, ::A
: u>at; also served. Cora Sca.rritt. Havana. Cuba.) and :Mr'; \V. K. Hjer.i S cordially Invited. : '.
The nest meeting will be with Miss Sr. I 5 5 S.S. S per pound.
I many friends of Mrs. Charles Methodist. We' handle the celebrated blecft! tf
; Nell, Richards. .There was an exciting boat race on S 4 i iI' Salvation Army.
I E Scholls 'wi11t rE'gret to learn of lrdearfrep4fchoklyn Coffee roasted by the Gulf City uffte
-+- the Bayou Saturday afternoon between) i LIeuLtT. L Bryan entertained par.i : Palafox Street Methodist. Church- :Meetings nightly l at the. Army Hall
y Y'whe H. P. Manager
S SURPRISED! THE"HOSTESS I Miss Irene Palmes and Miss Cora t> of ladles aboard 'the Penrose Fri-; :, Rev B. Ct Glenn, 'pastor Regular services A"- cordial welcome Is extended ,to tilL .,Co.. Chlpmsn lb. :
she will join Ber' husband and reside Oaxaca. 35c Gold Standard
: WITH A CANDY STEW Scarritt. Miss Florence Davenpoi: :? dar complimentary to Mrs. C. W. Laruar's -| 11 a. m. and 7 p. 'm, Sunday Sunday' school every Sunday !::30 p. lb Diamond Blend; 25o lb t.a

S A party of young people surprised: and Mise'era!' Fulgham Mi&s Irene guest Mrs. Lucius Lamar ofi Mrs. Andrew' Lewis 4 has been quite j j I i school 9:30 a. m. J. N Andrews sup- m. Richar4 Norris. ,,.captain in charge. I Rio: 20c lb.Strictly ,

: Mrs Walter Norman on Gregory Palmes .winning Mexico l Ueut Brjan's guests. were I erintendent. Epworth League 6:30 p. I fresh "ol
t Ill] al} week'or grippe but was( improving toasted anj o :
street Friday night. Various refresh his' wife Mrs._ J. I.. Bryan Mrs. C. ';\\\ -,last evening;'- m.. Home Missionary Society. will S First Church of Christ, Scientst; ': as any Coffee sold in this city

.4 S !T.f.nt.S were served and the affair .Mr. Marshall Long of Indiana Mr. Lamar Mrs.: Lucius Lamar. Mrs H f meet Thursdaj afternoon at 3:30: 1 First Church of Christ Scientist j Send us jour orders and we \\i!: dU'eI *
wound up with a candy stew. J< hn Elmore of Montgomery. Mr. G, De Silva, Mrs. John E. Stillman and I Gadsden Street Methodist Church- Service it 11 .a. m. Services will he
The friends of Mrs Yarn are 1 proaiptly.
S Those present" were Miss Louise Claude Kimball and Mr. Bobbie Mrs E. F. Bruce. many ; Rev. F. .A Rogers pastor. Preaching I II ield in the Pensacola Library build I :
'pleased her back fro
to have mSouth
I IFlori I
V Pfeiffer, Misses Carrie Hnima anu1 Ida eil1e"or Mobile are among the visitors 'a where she has I at 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. 01. Sunday tog on East Chase street i .. -- ,
S Kramer. Iiss Myrtle Norman, Miss for the coming, week. The dance at Fort Barrancas last i'her parents though only Jeen5 for a short J I 1,.I school 9,:;o a. m. Enworth- Laag'ae7p.m I 'S ., S : R.:1'ENunnally's:

S Marie Bonifav. Misse Dora and Cora night wafl attended by: representative time on busifiess.Miss Second Church of Christ, Scientist. !

S: Pfeiffer Miss Alberta'ilIar... Mr Miss Cora Scarntt entertained very society people the young set being S '!ff.. S asLutheran I, Tb;. Secom Church of Christ,

Leoncia Borras, Mr I Willie' Bon I fa", beautifully last- evening for her lovelY particularlj in evidence. t Mamie McDavidof; :\[cDavid.Fla. ,I.I.o ,Church. Scientist-Services 'every Sunday

S Mr J. T Cone, Mr Edgar Day, :Mr. grests Miss. Fufstium and Miss IrenePalmes' .. is visiting her. sister Mrs. Philip German Lutheran urch-Rev: J. :morning at }1 o'clock, Wednesday' afternoons ,
!ArIm Brown and Capt! Cosgrove, of 'Pensacola. Miss Scarritt Mrs. Kessler has Invititations out G. Caro. I, F. W. Reinhardt, 'pastor. Sunoay : :3 o'clock. Reading room

chaperoned: by Mr and Mrs. John wore white liberty silk over yellow; for six hand euchre"Wednesday after- 'open daily from ]Oa. m. to 3 p. m,
Walter, Mrs Levering and Mrs. W. C. Miss Fuljjbam; lilac crepe do (chine Loon from 3 to 5. S V vhere Christian Science Iitarature:
} Mrs. A. G. Tuttle of is
Montgomery I '
S over -white silk; Miss Palmes baby I Candies
i' Morgan.COULSON. may be had. Room 6 Masonic Tem '
visiting her daughters Mrs. J. G.
b'ue! iverallk. The other
guests Miss :Marvin entertained the Buffet and
: -4S joung.er .- Heard and Mrs/T. C."Fitten. s ,ple. S
.BARFIELD were Miss Florence Davenport in pink I set' ,very lutlightfully at the Country S .5- .. S *' I
TODAY. oxer white :Miss :Mary: Morgan in light Club Saturday afternoon. S "
St. Cyprian Mission (Col.) ]
Mrs. of
G. G Green Montgomery,
6flk. Mist Ida Richards,
T5 Coulson and MrJtFfta green in red Restaurant Ifs
Miss Genevieve ; S St. Cyprian Mission, (colored) Old :
5 Ala., is visiting Mrs. W. H. Caro, wife
Barfield of Louisville Ky.. will sMk! and )le 8r". Lucius Bell Ferrell I Mrs. :.1. L. Reeves will, entertain of the well known engineer for a fewta's. Christ Church Building-Rev. D. D.:
married at clock this Palmes, Edwar-1 Morgan, Raymond with cards at the 'Club : of
fee quietly 10) Country Tuesday Moore pastor/ Sunday school S'30( Represent the acme
the only place its
JohVr of
and :Merrk '
White Eagan; 'D< :
S tsorning at the residence of the bride'sjnother 'Uw'J 'y 'night. r Wad in Pensacola. fact a. m. Sejvjcea 11 a.' In, an4 7:30 p.' the confectioners art.

Mrs. E Couison 101 North Miss Kathleen Gonzalez- entertained I 'e' S The LadieJ Auxiliary: to the B. of-L. 'itia' <., ? m. Holy. (communion every third" Siy*

k Spring. '! Commandant and Mrs. Berry entertained E. conducted a :school of instruction 4ay. ,
the set with cards Thursday 1 .
S will younger ,
Rp Whalty read The
cerT with a charming dinner dance .
Saturday afternoon that was well at- I .
r ejnonj. only the two families and relat'ves night, Ibis's Marguerite: Finch and:Thursdaj ntfcht for their guests; Miss tended. '"*' r :A Pride to : -. -S I.. ALEX' RICE'S REPRESENTATIVE: j ,
being present The wedding is :Mr. Stuart DeSilva won the first prizes: Trabue and Miss Rice. The dancing .. ) S
S the result of a romance that began and ,the. oobi<<:s. were warded to :Miss1 IS NOW2INTHE'CITYtS
tontigcnt of town society. was largely The Naybor Euchre Club met Wednesday -! i They'are the most cx'
last summer when Miss Coulson visit Mary Kejser and :Mr. Alb't-t Quina i represented.I Pens coIa.
M )Ir. Barfleld's mother in Louisville.! q |' night with Mrs. Langley on i S Frank "B Gardner! representing : quisite and toothsome
-Mr W. of i lIens and RJmana. Very delightful Alex Rice. :of Montgomery Ala is an i
;. PX Hlmore Louisville ,
Miss! Coulson is the granddaughter ;? candies sold
Mr C.V', toddY
Hagerman is the cities cannot
I expected to refreshments were served ana1: !
Merchants Hotel with full
of the late James Coulson and of J\y. wilParrne Monday for a say ofvoor a
I return this morning, from a ten dajs game was very enjoyable. Mrs. S boast of a better equipped I line of: 'Tailoring Hats. '
: three days.at Kacambia. Clothing;
5, .Capt. D. It. Reed both prominent ]trip, to Philadelphia and other poInts. Brooks and Mr. Hajno won the first place. The service; is the Shoes. ana': Furnishing Goods. The!j
veteransof" the war of the states and S
:Mt Morris of Atlanta prizes Miss Helen McCullough and best that can be had. line I is an uniruauly4ttraciiveone! In-1;
she was sponsor of the state reunionof 0 !sr Gj"ps< y ls Hon. John : 1 ,
E. Stillman collector of Mr. Judevine the second The next
eluding t|
Confederate Veterans in Jackson: expected thi3 evening jnanv; novejte3 decidedly out,
S Ihe port leaves thig morning on a meeting will be with Mrs. Soderquist Nick of the |
| vllle in December She has large Apostle Qrjjinaryj
a '
trip to JacksonvIlle.S few items:
Propttrlf S Here
on South Reus just
Mr, Gardner Jnvites who are a
Circle relatives and friends who will Mr and Mrs. Thoni3s "V Hannah '1Mr. fill are lntrested'In -
E be interested in her niarrlase and will entertained at a lovely but informal j: S : np-to-dat jnen.s wear to f!
O >ola
Club dance
; left
( and B. Cerwrn the i
Tuesday Mis. on 25c
p unite in wishing the young ('Oil picevf'ry tea Friday, foi Mrs Lucius Lamar of I IMt'xi.o call and v.ieW his samples. 31jan4t: : Stick, -
night was largely attended Th train' Saturday spend month
.. Sk contrast noon f
t happiness. and her and hostess I wrd-thurs-fri.sun" Package.
-S between i '
ths 'present limited iu New York.' !
The bride'as marriea' in her anl Mn C. W. Lamar. Mrs. Hannah .jl and the } j S ,' ; il lOc
spacious 'club Chocolate Creams
t S traveling suit of Alice blue chiffon and MM. Lamar 'Ore old school roomithat l NO Case of Pneumonia on Record
recently dstroy d I Capt T. H. -Moore of Montgomery '
were fire i iis
broadcloth and wore .a fetching blue friends who renewed their We We do not know of single instaac Package.
old ac- I Realize the a
i ,I at l ast ths element of novejtj) i in the city on business connected] I wh : cold 30c
re cough5or'
"" .. ., with the ice:concern. accompanied by1'Mrs. j jI 3 resulted Jn Chocolate Mints
t tr -- r--- !' :\Ioore.who is visiting her' pneumomfc of consumption when Fole 1.2 lb. package.

-- --"* and Mr and Mrs. 60n'I'I IR >"'s Hon V and Tar had been taken.'
,I )Moore daughter-in-law')fr. Moore ha? Just I Importance of It cure* ,coughs and colds perfectly soda Cream Mints 30c

::: = ;: !I ril from a successful weeks' hunt near no; lake; chancsi'wIthsOnIc unknown 1.2 lb. package.

r Your is mR' Montgomery. I preparation which;; may contain .

I Sunshine 4. 1 Good Food i 1 opl.u 1)hich'; cause constipation: ,
I a condition that retards
Mr.V.. S. Ware of Jacksonville is'' I recovery from .
ii- cI1 In the city looking after hs! busmesnljinteiests. .a colt Ask for(Foley'3 Honey and

: if you own a handsome Piano. The sweet, charming tone- of one of .,.,'f.'I- S i and howtImportant Tar an4 refuse any, substitute offered. We are sole agents forb t

our handsome Pianos will instantly, dispel the worst case of blues. Our II 1, "' w., 4 'S ;, it plays In' a man or apart.wo r'W. .S. PAIembrteJ; _'. Brqggi. anj, ; candles: ;Jn Pell'iacola.0:> 5-
who has been visit apothecary.
Mrs. Viaal ;
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IIij{ Pianos of high character and man's Invited cap and make 'I
are worthy of your consideration = I: iffg Mrs. Louis )IartIora es for daily work-ani I to '

several weeks leaves Sunday for her the Kanly Kitchen is 'Dance Next Tuesday. tion horn a \ari:>' of g-O:

Well Put a Piano in Your Home, S I!.hnome ,jo.pe: saeola) to the here,regret. of achieving, great: .aU! es | There will be a danrp,at C. K. of A: ,m"nts. in all sIz?R:, or tc"..j'tis o1J:
her friends -Mobile by keeping"this fdea .
numerous- : in I Hall next Tuesday, PrIzeS'will be what you want.
i ", IL ,when like. Our Register. view.' Moderate prices given to best dancers. Music by Bar.rlJs's .
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you pay you "Pay'When'YouLike"plan has EI ( '
rl' put a :! S. I are a great feature! here. orchestra. yAdaiissIan %
S S Piano into thousands of .homes, ,bringing: with it the usual measure of ii Miss Alice Nowler',of Davjs) Junction 0' "" r Committees Mrs ,H" H, Horsier, Mrs.N c.1. ,

: good cheer and sunshine. If live in Pensacola 111; arrived Friday on a visit "to.'j .McK Oerjinr; ,)Irs." Soderquist,
S you call ,
or phone Miss Nellie BagleyMr. i
111; Mrs. f3Ulips 'Ers> Appiebers.
i Mrs.
!I, 6" if outside of the city, write, us about the piano question A -+- I Jjcobsou Mrs. Ht&n Lewis and Miss Co.

' i Alec-Liaehlcoff} who )eft last Daisy Welsh S Sol Gahn &

.1'i "'jI: wkeek to' visU-Bis. eldest !sonMr.3Ioizart ndYKifth i ., -- .
= itt54 OId.st.nd Largest I;: Lfechkoff who Is In college In Cin1cmnatl. ', Charity Uih 'aM'Dance.V The Pure ,Food Store,

' 114-116, S.Pal.fox St. (4 Is now in Chicago for ,a few'days. "
Th Pro reSslClub wilfgive
Music House in
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;i t House Phen15PENSACOLA nCathJ Southwest Corner PUto all' tllte.clelCa.
; II' Florida I \ Ii'I., I 104 S.Palafox.' I[ party Tuesday afternoon at 3 -o'clock'- :
.. Chtldre'ns'dancefmn'4'tij: } f0 '
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our unalterable decision not to carry over a stitch of this season's stock into the next,

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the season to the expediency of the hour. We have Sensational Bargains for you that you .

1 cannot obtain elsewhere.. High quality, coupled with remarkable low prices, makes ,
this sale unprecedented.f'i Come to-morrow and participate' in this Grand

Bargain Carnival. Let nothing. ,keep you away. This entire stock is one grand school .

of economy. Can you, dare you, in justice to yourself, afford to remain aWay? .The littleness

of cost annihilates competition, staggers the imagination and passes beyond recognition. 'I

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'il Large Number of Neatly Written ..,:'r/,,

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Answers Received-Miss -
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''t |> Clara M. Stokes the 4'." ,

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t The Puzzle Army is at last wide : '
awake and the Puzzle editor feels enthused !
"I by the number of neatly written I III ,
, correctly addressed answers received. I
:J i : Every name in the honor list
i 1t that has a star (*) has the special '. I1I I
ij thanks of the editor for correctly ad. n 1111 t L
dressing their' envelopes to either 1 b Mistress- thak t1ce2TDn 17bJ' bt'LX on,

"Puzzles" or "Puzzle Editor." so that t F G y mz p V'II Ivo'ld cry' .$Jbcni the. fickle thi"<5.x
they came promptly to hand. oocI anti h .F trnurn ILs* theTblitfe-cdrn
The double star (**) indicates not nlis's'iojl ers t art, chi .ng s begs.
only correctly addressed but also the
!best and plainest written or printed
(with pen or pencil), lists of answers. :; ; '. 1
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Miss Clara :M. Stokes. 304 East Government ,-
street is entitled to the dollar '., i ( ;
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this week and is invited to call & Q LmI
for it at,The Journal om e. r eS
Following are the answers to last now
!Week's, puzzles:
Answers for Jan.28. \ '

No. .-Dunce Cap. yr I .
No. 2-Mouse.
No. .-Apron. 'I-s 1111v
No. 4-'Ruler. .,::>:, ;
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No. I Icalendar.> : -' ; 'J
No. 6.-Stool.No : /
Penholder.. -S. ,
::0. 8.-Spectacles.No. 0is
8.-Feather duster.
Correct Answers Received.
Correct answers.were"received to last
t Sunday's pictures from the followingmight del v>e

boys and girls and every one of .
them was carefully written. The
two stars designate those whose an-
.,wers were enclosed in envelopes that .
.:were properly addressed and were r
thus prevented from straying into the .
business department and getting leftover L.Jt.tj
tin too late to get a chance at l l r .. I
,F that "big old silver cartwheel" as one { ," /t'
'x of the puzzlers writes that I have
been after this long time. Roll it rite .
this way sure this time." : .
t 'Laughlin McKinnon. Marianna. Fla '.. 3 ,
tt 'Robert Sublette Johnson, City : ,e ;, ,' '.. ', ..-... .- ,_ _.. :" .
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| Burton Oohnson City. ;-' "
," 'Harry Porter Montgomery, Ala. ': : ; ...T' '< ::- :<: ,. '
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I Lola Lee Danlell City '.
Onelda Hoyt City. .' .... '"
Will Daniel. City. .1 .

''Walter Ellis O.Thames Williams., City Milton,. Fla.If. Can you tell what objects: 'are represented in the eight pictures '? ,

* 'Lloyd! Blumer, City. .... .

l S.:. 'Author Clarence Blumer Martin.City City 'Dan Annie Walker R. Pfeiffer City. addressing 'her' envelope' '('orr" t1y. 'I' i' 1.1 ." .f, .. 17' .. .it.. .-.. ,,'. jI .i-.. " Lettle :Martin City City Charles Chunn 'really deS !V 1l '*'! :' .i'' by high palmettos deer wild turkey, equilibrium while Jumping On a
'Lena BlumerCity.. Benjamin D. Robinson City.w two stars for, he not only addressedhis I i* & I II quail and other game are abundant, down grade the horseman can fr<>.
t' Boykin flyer City. ''Otto, Effie Suggs No address. envelope corr : I On ltJJtllgTrip to | i and more ;dangerous animals too 1 less quently get near enough; to kill them
Elliott Barrow. City Reinhardt City. such a nicely ) ; so: Th-j. native boys show the con- with a rifle. This species of animalis
'Clara Pebley Pepper City Stella Reinhardt City. all correct but tempt for life by going barefoo. beins-jrapidly,exterminated all over
i 'Bertram Dannhelsser. City. Florida'Lillian Su-ggs, City. Minnie :J. | *> -,: Wilds' o.the' Everglades. where both rattlesnakes and moccasins the country, "*
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Barbara ParkhiU, Tallahassee Fla Suggs City : Wild cats apt "In the of his travels M'.
written, correctly aoound. are: tel! course
"MInnie Drown ((800 N.
Hayne) :
Myrtle McEwen. City. answers but leaves : S I drop out of overhang branch'as on-i I Ito Caldwell has also visited Western Europe '
t Adallna Seltze. Tuscumbia City. City Louise Harrison: 1 St.' Luce: Tribune.: t I one's head at inopportune moments:!.) South Africa aAi many parts of
(These two little ladies Myrtle Almost Missed. "No 3, The' King ; PIMne I Iit. Alligators! at the approach of Hunters i I the United States and Canada."
; t seven" and Adalina "pretty near as The following /JPuzzlers send correct'"Ape-run.; ," ..:..'.7EI'--p:: 5.''.',<"1.:.;":%71iL rcr.r.':.'.';:.''....' ...i'i,1'.:is'.... .,t. .,.%,"' ""'"" make off through. the bushes and go ] -
t f. big, send such nice, clean coupons answers but addressed the envelopesto 1. i '
I Isabelle Schuse. ; I sliding down the river banks into !
V and both so beautifully printed-"all "The Journal" or "Journal Office" stream. Some, crocodiles ',are also A SnincevtlTe s.ra.u.
Henry Collins !
t ; by us"-they write with a pencil that omitting the word "Puzzles- placIng Leone Hutchinson. ; David Caldwell, a contractor and on ''Indian r vc>r.. Her? hq will ;get, ; found. The alligators make' the I' The Rev. Dr. Howard chaplain to
ir!, : they certainly deserve two stars- it down in the left hand corner so.>[ United States." of-New York, CitIs: now aft I(,hordes !!ap-l his two "Cracker" guides;|1 nights hideous 'with 'ther',bel oWlng. Princess! Augusta was so fond,of good
though they do spell "No. 6. Stule.- that they were opened in the business .-''Lncip misting: his aid friend E. C. ,
that debt with
1 Puzzle Editor. envelopes to +!wi!h0u5! Nibom. au attempt to penetrate "Birds! of all descriptions brighten Ii living he ran into many
) office but rescued: in time to share Inthe'drawlagfor atter'vanly'trying' ) to ea4.durj : ,
:- Jennette Farine City the silver dollar) : I from the business : Lie: ,sweltering atmosphere of ;; >he famous swamp would be afoe !i the 'fore-t ,with' 'gaV plumage. The of the tradt"Smen.1n his parish. It was
; Gladys Bell City. Bennie Laughton City. box" in time for a the He ash undertaking.., These bojsi egret, a very: rare bird, famous for itsplumea I: in their special Interest! that he one
Ci during past. mopt? ;, ,
Constantino F. Quina City. Ollie Padgett} Eseambia Fla. ver dollar tf they: stopped few*"gays ,in Cuba on .whose fathers and ,grandfathers grew i ,. is'common here. but it is protected day preached from the text.lIne patlence -
t Minnie Lee Hagood Spartanburg. The' following were dropped into To the bright : ret arc from Ma 'Jamacia.:; .}Ir., CaM- up .in-the"eountrj..kno\v every inch of I i by law. Sawfish, mullet and I and I will pay you, all." nt
:, e. c. the "Puzzle box" in 'ihe Journal office failed to'obser"e : '! who, is a good "dtal df a' gob* the treacnerous beg and threading j,! all intermediate sizes of .fish are to I II t i spoke at great' length on the virtues of
"Floyd Manning Ramos La without envelopes, .in ample time fora A in "No. 5" tle& well.as hun :r and business; ,streams' that make the region so mjs-' I be taken.wit 'the trailer line. Along patience and then proceeded 'I now
Agnes Kelly Bscambia Fla. chance at the dollar. made it "Clam"" I spends: ay a fpw weeks every year terious' and ,Inp etrablei- !I the coast' aJjadent to the swamp and !I come to tile second part of my discourse
Helen Morgan City (Box 453.) 'Nell West> City. there was no ; i the E\eglade; hunfnt! ,and fishin; "From the' 'Seven Mile Hole' ai'i on the peninsula between the sea and which is. 'and I will pay yoq
; Bthel MoConnel Bscambia. Fla. Susie Ketterer City. picture, while a, ; which mark the limit' Indian River bears are numerous."Mr. : i
nasty moras; to future
only guidTS all, but that I shall defer a
couple .0! boys Jor
Helen Morgan Callie Colvin, City; (Calendar) was : companions' : ', of expl:>raton to the n ryous tourist! I' Caldwell expects to stay in''!
: 8s1on.-London Standard.
Bessie Henson City. Tom King. City. "A hint'to the : ; ; v"' ; from the'coast, who occasionally; walters this wilderness! about two months before !
Susie Ktedinger City. Susie P. Pagan; City le "sufficient." Be The Havana Po;*' his 'the foljow-in l ?' << in that direction to-the dark pal!'| going to his' business in New ]
Ma.itde Clark, City. Dennis Eagan. City ... the big picture t say' t1'! ieferen tq the Everglades r.rtto bordered banks: of Lake Okeecho-,; York. He gave somevery interesting!I I A Diplomat!. An w. _.
Clara' -- ((218 E. Intendencia, Laura Carroll. City. are there.' nd. Mr CaldweFs 1908 trip} into' thIs' b?e, the explorer' is constant: !} up to; details of kangaroo hunting experiences I, Admiral Drake when a lad at tin! *'
ty. Joe Oerl. City. See! : known region:ot Florida: upoq' hli kn<>33 or hips in mud and water, )In Australia l; ,.where he. traveled ginning of his first engagement wa observed -
e Bell C.E1UU1 Ity. Willis Lee, City .itch, he. will, start iri a few days; t and his! horse in danger of sticking in up the Hawkesbury river, from Ml-j I! to shakend' tremble ranch
i very
DJna Henrtckson, City. Sam Abraham. City, ... t "Th!;.:Js, a ''region 1i0Ud: ana ina<: '' tae bog,'ac anv part of the router bourne to Newcastle before the first obsflm-1
,.. ..i.. and being rallied upon it;
Anna Lisa I. .
Henrtckeon City. Allie Carroll City. a' :.c>s1ble that it has ne\r ben pelV: Scattered. through the country are railroad was built, many years ago.; : atIii
! Nora Wells. City. Edith Parise City. NIGHT 1 t .] except by;'the government: : ex-> : clump of bujjs on higher ground The kangaroo are hunted on horseback 1 i with a presence of mind or,
; Will Sam Barrow. City.I' Bennie Bernstein City. ; :. ,who of Lake in events, of humor, in which even Nelson
(:rers. wade a survey called ;.s'ands because in the summeror the region of :Mt Macedon,
Everltt Mice, City.' Lena Israel. City,' ; e.clioDefe, and by an occasional nat- wet> season they are the only: un- where they are Verj plentiful They wa* lacking "My flesh trembler at
., PeWey Barrow City. Elizabeth Sigari. City.: ) search of 'speclni!'ns."The ntr"s, the anticipation of the many and great
*t Phil. H. in rare, submerzed, spots! 03 the cot surface travel in 15-foot;. jumps distancing
Virginia C. Walker City.R1c.hAr Another Honor List. the swiftest the level dangers late which resolute anJ
starting point ,of Mr. CaU These serve for camping'srots. horses on my
: -Glara Barker Roberts, Fla. 'Alice PrItchard sends a correctly .. ''fi'ii; ;.t,. '"rip" wHl!; be St: I.ucte'a: '\111ae! *.ln The tangled wilderness that eov- ground 'or uphill, but. losing on the undaunted bead will lead me."
M. Stokes,
City. addressed and nicely written list of f I I I.
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City. answers all correct but "No. 8. Slatrv __ T -- -' -' .T.. -_ ,- _<, __- .-' -- -- ---- -- -, -- n n'
Lucy Swaine City pencil_ '_ A splash cf \ 6 } :': ... .
Bd.i Bwalne, try Marjorie and Will McLean alsj being; grass \ ". $ __ 11 ., r-"t. .;, :w...., .
Manuel Johnson City. send ..
correctly addressed and plainlwritten. / Checkered shade .
Arthur Johnson. City. O. K,but "No..:. Catcatnre.:'.' Through! every .
'I1l .ck Suggs. City. Mildred McKinnon missed "Nos., 2. Whisper of pine ( :
Thomas Woodland City 2 and 8" but she deserves a star for lab>'. i iiua :
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Freaks the hush 1
Lang since the Do not take chances on it wearing away'or experiment ,with some unknown' preparationwhich

Aniwdrs Must Ie Written on This Coupon lUnk. K. And mocking bird leave the bronchial tubes and weakened and
;. Attention Win Be raid not Not WrMUc 4n It Nf, sing.Down may ; ', .: lungs susceptible to attack from

: Exception to this Iule.My Is heard the the lagoon the germs of Pneumonia or, :, Consumption.FOLEYS '

answers to the puzzles !a:.Tba ljur-at Ia.d'y art as'follows: I!IOf' alligators angry ,
Magnolia trees :
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A dank perfume
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Where mighty voices anthem not only stops the cough but heals and strengthens the lungs and prevents serious ,results

ii Ho. 4 : Ana? upward send from a, cold.. Contains no opiates. '
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Ho. 5 : Ghost-like and It Saved His Ute After the Doctor Said A PoHoeman's_ Teetimon 1.

.- I Where negroes ; He Had Consumption. J. N. Patterson night policeman, of Nashua, Iowa writes: "Last
4 voices blend. ; W. R.Davis, Vissalia, California, writes; "There-is co doubt but winter I had a bad cold on my longs and tried at !least a half-dozen
No.6 They're all that's l what Foleys Honey and Tar saved my life. I had an awful cough advertised cough medicines and had treatment from two physicians:
I He-artbroke-bereft en my l longs and the doctor told me I had consumption. I commenced without getting any benefit. A friend recommended Fole Y', Honey
... Old-time slaves taking Folfy's Honey and Tar and found ,relief from the first and and Tar and two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I consider it the
No.7 away. i three bottle cured me completely. greatest cough and long, medicine in the world."

No. 8 The Southern day Three sises-2Sc, SOc and $1.00. The 50-cent size contains two and one-half times as much as the small size and the
Is bright and gay, .$1.00 bottle_almost: fix times as much. Refuse Substitutes t

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game | fifty more, and the two men were ready
be fmo1it'r'I'h: D the rt'd.wblskt'rt'd' to see me and raise, when a cyclone 7 1iJ
asked\ the haldbeaded mm If he bad struck the old hotel and away we went> -.. s k' }
oeld a royal flush In a game of poker f I was pickel out of a. brukh heap four t rIt
'n.'e." was the reply, accompanied by miles away, and no one ever heard of the :
ne slph pot or the rest of the players"
slid\ you win much with It?"' It Itr "And do ;yep think--*'" '
asked him N minister.
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'\ one came In, ehr' that ,royal flush that brought' ttatcytloue. ', !. : -.', hltegrlt 'paid In the long run When I x '
f*. We were laying; a five,banded \ and ever since tbt'1I hate been had scraped together $10'K he was
r; ue and all came In ;Two of the other I-*atleQe4-with four nines 1 'f"9ur fire worth 1" times as much When I bad
: big hands, and we Van the pot up to. and raise you five" lmiu) he had 11.ouO t.'O.) Now" comes the
'nosand dot:are. I had Just boosted It ,JOE KERR: -; '<. ( 'x4, ... < .S truth of what 1 have paid; He has been
.. 'under investigation! and Is likely not onlyto
JC&T UKE, HIS FATHER lose' his 111'gotten gains, but to be sent
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to r,rtstm."
: Colonel Bourbon-That the rUing: generationteflects tbl\\. tratHftopaj( \ a'1 characterfctlcs .\\'bii 'TOU--.:y t
"\bile I I. with W\. shalt'eone .
.. > of the Blue gratis State,. Is n sulfj"{'t for the frost pi PI snot ntemplatlon.seh. \ my' $100 >
to burglar after the same old lfceh
I am growing prouder( of that .son nt mine every day iou and keep the lamp of Integrity t* ,JJA'J- --
:' CollVnljye---A.o':' admirable. ;youth; and a chip off .theold! ( Mock What has the light my' footsteps, and when J die they
remarkable; lad been doing\ now t. wilt put ou my tombstone He died'poor;
but he died boneet I feel for '.
Colonel Bourbon\\ hl'e s-bool the teacher of the clans sorry poor
at : yesterday grammer .:Tom. but be would go his own wlr." -
asked him to decline drink And he refused ,like a tree Kalntncklan. sen. _JOB KErnI -.. Mrs, W'lsP-Our cook Is to be married next week. We ought to *'member
flpr n'lTtt m Dr *nt.

)1.. '.. : r'I: -The- -way. to remember her with a present la to simply forget .her :
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Revolution? on Call."I .4 j past. "-- ,
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went to St. Domingo to get a 'conS 'f" '
cession for certain Boston parties," said I ... fr ... The, Way of Mankind.r :i; ,
the speculator and promoter "I thought I' ,np1 _
I knew the ropes pretty well and proceeded I I I A Wolf who had the misfortune to break ,

with all confidence I was prepared I 1 l < his leg was no longer able to hunt for his r _
: to whack up with the- government ''food and was soon; reduced to the verge : _

In a liberal manner: and had about closed: of starration One day as he .was utter.
the deal, wbeu one dar I was; accosted lug hU l.ment.HoDs'a Hare came along I I II '

t by a truculent fellow with. a demand fora r and Inquired the cause of his troubles I II .
i loan of $3ft "I am literally starring to death" was !I II (

.'Rut I don't know you,' J .replied the reply. "I haven't. bad a morsel to eat
"It a all the same whether you'do or for four days"Indeed r f 1 w
not' he replied ,I. but Is that aor said the Hare
But why should I loan you $50?'.' "I'll go at once to the Hyena and tell him
'To save yourself trouble about 1t"When

"1 couldn si>e It. and told him so, and the Hyena was consulted about)It
he vent easy with a grin on bis face he stroked his chin reflectively and finally

Four hours later be started. a revolution said : ,
seized the rein of government: and' bU .ire ;yon certain that b. Is a Wolf of

first act was to run me aboard of an 'old J good morals' t +
steamboat and warn me not 'to return -No. but bets suffering." nil {' ii

under pain of death Where 1 made ray; { "les. I kuo ', but I gucs I'd better lee
Jllstakf'811 In not being posted 'on I the Lion before doing anything."

fact that orer in that country they; b Ib'l When the case had been laid before the
revolutions on :call From some Lion b. winked in a wise way and remarked i.T

general down to the beggar who :
There ought to be a committee appointed .
for a quarter eacu and all .
yon carry a
to ascertain how and why the ttolf i
nl'e little revolution in the rest-pocket r broke his leg I'n see the Stork and men.
: and when' .;yon .step on their toes ,away lion. the.matter"
..claims and blown The =Stork: was Informed that N Wolf ......
"J iaC\n to thoroughly understand women" .' she goes you are out of the lay dvlng-of starvation and she replied: The stork informed
"I sn,po!'e he a another one of those fellows who has never married"* country Irs a nice, bandy wry' 'they '(I t r V\ell.. ,,'ell. but thata too bad. Ill seethe at the lair he found the animal
hare, but a*,en American I d-o4't! belioc If I 1 1FI Ox this very afternoon and ask him dead and
the Owl had been"there
.. ." I could ever- 'get used to IL'JOE whether we" ought" to send In tracts or ten on the rocks already aid.writ'
KERH, cblckeo! broth.
-- The Ox was duly Informed, and the next MORAL 'e i
jOA day but one he walked ever to see If the "Philanthropy la a thin tonic for aa

tn'pt1EN MtNWIt .. 'I' Wolf bad.broken any more legs. Arriving empty stomaco." JOE KEER.
ryn14, Spite atDDlit tur Grvt ur Ilf 'nI
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w t y am.a bolder"Of Russian .1'! onds.," f i5 he entered, tjJI! i>th(e of the Bus-
rpi.suI, 'and I wanted .to, ask you
Hrt bow things are going over there"

wddnt, l>e going tettertny friend.** .
N the papera. Every day they : t
!% 'I knowtrey( Jo. bat d.>n't yew j

your faith tB swl dUrmtrh**. Ire,:,
Ji' 'tv-ir with Japan and *|Mt ikked)|
tl..f"j'.bare had about a thousand I different
iae a ..ets .< s and a score.nb toutUiies. We have
.e XANc. reroJmlotis In different provinces and' 11
to'date' we have: bad to shoot down 0 I
A } thousands of our,tnnre jubilant pea
hnUr1i i MEAap is a. -
aaataalna: I he'iere: we' barekilled off &;).0011
t I apses tbeccllroad and telegraph,
I' .' 115'a"ln.1e.I' several. hundred :
& r offlcLiIs and burned down' the ,!
t 1 rr |i t. part .>f a dozen Vitles! We'lIat'e.
.. Op |i the most of our ua\y bad mutinies.
J vet i arnica and got the Czar holed up ,.
|; palace, l but what do you want? The ;
i .,. U a playful. fellow and you must I I \)
t nS : p! yonr" h nda. !air are better '
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this wInter? i thing are cot: had at all. They .: ,:
Mrs, Kovne-r-Oh.: arywhere : 'prir-r *B'ttrr, Make no Mtrifloe ; ,' ; L'

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PENSACOLA. :flA>, FEBRUARY 26 and 27, 1&O6..

i Reduced rates on all railroads and steamboats.: Come and enjoy yourself: See the arrival ofKINa

I I I V :I O front -his past year's retirement in Mystic Realms. g

I P'R' .1's'C'I VJ' O Seeijthe military parade Hear: the music of the bands.

j .See' the 'Beautiful, ,the Bewildering, the: :Gorgeous' PAGEANT. OF PRISCUS on the evening of the 27th..


i '- lS : MAGNIFICENT. :FLOA. TS' .-- ,12 "

I See the Coronation: tile< Queen: .

2---Days of Furious. Frolicsome; ] : Fun-r-2, 'r'"FeBeuwar DJ.'Y AilD 26 TUES and 27. Y,

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it The lleaV>' rains of last! .summer fott -,'H ndrr. who was .tfa 'official" paotorapher ers at 7 clock: last Thursday morn' boat, was again under:-way and'before. waj"through the *cre?k for his little ular with tourists,. as It would pro- miles from daylight to dark.
lowed by; the unusual rainy spell. the editor pf the Press as ing. The ;trip up the Caioosahatche\ '8 o'clock the great .lake-was entered I Great Eastern on this! creek, hemmed vlda a water route: of 150 miles un-|i That every minut of th.b trip a as
through the' month of December and historian, and on thj:way up picking was immensely! enjoyed for the river The 'weather was-fin and the Captain fu: on all sides by the cypress,'some 'or .El La;: any other route In tha country. thoroughly: enjoyed goe} v\ithou ',;JY"
early of this month has caused lrF I Mr. A. Lane from his beautiful is now at its ,,' of this canal in connection ing. If you don't believe i 1r abkFrank
part up trunk best the many orange laid :a. straight :.couras. ',by th?; them having trunks eight .or t!a test But the opening
unprecedented high! water on Lake : retre'at.f the, D'vil's Elbow', groves appearing; in their richest deep compass, for Taylor Creek,, due 'north.eas .. through wjtfl wide: spreading: branch with others -wouU be th > Lane H9 was as happy as a clam! atr
Okeechobee. This tremendous :body Chairman Ed. Parkinson of the coun green with just enouga golden fruit *. The navigation' : Lot Lake Okefr Iha?. met;across the creek. lonning A means of reclaiming! 'thousands o: ;high; water. Tourists! who an looking "
of water-the greatest within the bowl ty commissioners, at ..\h'a. and )Ir. F. on th5 trees: to' form .a' beautiful'con chobea in a beat .1!ta the Suwanee, natural arch, at times so low that :the acres of the; richest soil on earth, and for a pleasure trio, crowded With
ders of the United States and named; W.. Perry, at his thrifty fruit ladened trast with the glossy. green tol1a.! $! is as hazardous an undertaking, 'so smoke stack!of the Suwanee could not these lands jrould speedily be converted scenic wonders, sportsmen who cant
!: Okeechobee by the Seminoles tbe tt [ groVe! above Alva.. i Up'th Dtnaud much of the attentionIs far as the risk 'to tae;boat_ is ..'on- ease under. ;.A ,favorite pastime'along into sugar cane fields and: truck'' fishing, duck shooting: and deer and
; meaning of which Is "Big. Water" aH We af"lt was aq.experimental trip taken up with the many thrifty :corned as to be ..on tbs open watersof ';iere lathe Intervals when Prof. Perry farm I', turkey, cannot find a 'trip like (ihi;' to

ways rises in the rainy season and begins -' on the ;,art of Capt. )I nge, for a groves that line the tiver, including' : : the gulf, tot, a;'brisk wind SaM did; not have, all .attention rivitedto ,, On the return trip ,th* shore Hoe be made for as litHe expense.n ':n Ie
falling in October, until the fol-,J steamer the size of the Suwanee has the magnificent young. gro\e" of Mr. 'kic s up a nastY"'"sea on this vat' aim as'he started off with "that 'reI -' was followed to the mouth of Kissini- world. Capt. Mengs expects (to malt

lowing July generally' falling .four} not made this trip in :rears, and it was D, 'A. G. FIowres which borders the ''area of water covsrln? a surface of I I minds:m ," was: to bet on the .doubtful mee river, where a short stop was a.few trips into Lake: Okejchob'e b*
.: feet in this intervaL Instead' of fall-': also his purpose to extend the trip river for P. distance of three' miles, not less titan 1.200 square.miles. S' propoa:ton: that presented It.elfr made, ant: at which place Mr. Rogers tween this and the let of March, aal
Ing this past season it has continuedto : across Jake Oiveecaobas to Taylor :affording; a continuous vijtv' from;,the A' coaple of hours*steaming' showed'r sv,>ry few' .minutes as to :whether! .the', and .a party of Alabamians were met parties.hins to take this trip] wbe
:: r1s'. and is now something. like four1' Creek, up .which nothing larger than. h:gh'decks of tne Suwanee: such 'at land through the, 'JjjnB*: glasses! oh I J smoke ,stack ,of our, boat could pass making the trip from Kiss mmae to wiDe if they make arrangement
.: ,feet higher than is usually the case at I the Naomi :3d 'had ever plied. can' be obtained of, no, other large. the north !'hore'.of'ths lake,"tne'Course'r. under thes-a branches or not. Th? Fort M>ers oa the steamer Naoma with him at once. It mar b> '<>ap
the close of the rainy season showing! The trip could not 'have been made grove' In the s:'ats. I! now .b ing' almost' parallel< with?\$!'I'Captain was tie winner at this game; 3rd. : II i i 1 before such an opportunity! offers .(9
conclusively! that the stage of water on : under mora perfect conditions The From ttenaud up Nature hthe: shore line of the lake 'but.it ,waS(1 as he held tae staVes and is still appearing'unseWell' make the trip to the lake in comfort
'f. the great lake is subject to the wet steamer Suwanee practically a call on the' attention of the sight i'seer, three hours latef-TJefore' then month\ of!I holding them. Here our "official, pho-, The weather anchor for the for it is not likely that the pre>-n
i f and dry seasons, and cot to arti I. house boat bating eight comfortableJ.tteroDnu and here' the has created '! the Captain! ,decided to will fr
any 1 a,succession Ta>lor's: creek"TraSf t'kcaed: : the boat'8t ''tcgrapher." Berry Hendrv, got in his the of Fish high state of water continue
ficial water ways now existing, >> on. tip saloon deck, a of grand en-I, picturesque night near I of tim
length :
It 'view's suchas
amlny' hours lat'1speed'of, \ev!nimi'es t work. While the passengers: were Creek. ,and the fact that the any
f As a result of this condition of h'gh! large; lain deck and the hurricane ,are' not to be seen on ant of' the showing' the,'distance; straight,.work'ng heir.way assisting in getting Eating : south I
: for strong
indications '
water Lake: Hicpochee. the littleL't deck affording excellent sleeping 'accommodations other rivers of Florida.. There is the; from *' boat and around the were Tar
I ; : across the U1l& to Tajlor's t( the under, ,over winds on the morrow, it was deemed Pirating Foley's Honey and
brother of Oke chob?e and whica for Aa part of eight serpentine '
course of the Oklawaba creek to be-"abOl1l ihlrtj-flve miles trees that were found in tfla torturouspassage
t in Seminole dialect means Small teen or twelve With Capt. Menge to combined, with ,the beauues ,of the\ As.,the north lbb9 :was approached ; 'a cond'ticn that would, cause. best not.to' lose tams were by going up the j Fol y & Co,. Chicago originalI I
1 Water Is on a revel with its big\ command thft party, had the benefit upper St. Johns!, with growth more. great flocks "of ducks often a quarter any other Captain than Fred U nge creak, as the party due to arrive Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lun-
; the oM dam : of his knowledge and in > In Fort M>ers.on Sunday evening. remedy, and on account of the grea:
brother and site, banks experience wild ant tropical than :
either streaai]| of a mile bug, 2ppcard, and theI ltd swear a; b\ue)\ strsajj. Berr launchfed I
1 of the D! Hon canals etc., are several these waters the Captain having can produce, a growth, of cabbage, steamer frequently1!. approached close "",a small boat and: with ,the pTtcatoial : -'. The S wanee. lift her anchorage merit! and popularity of Foley's Honey
r' feet under wafer. The dam is.complete operated the, dredges which openedthe palms that becomes sti?" dense! that'' enough' to hit the'blrts'with: No 4.and expert Mr. E. L. Evans started the mouth of Fish Eating Creek at aid Tar many immitations are III< i

!;) blcwn out, and there is now canals and been in the surveying darkness appears to prevail there. in'_8, shot. Mon of thes-j Mucks were:; I up the! stream ant caught many viewsof daylight. Sunday morning, reachingthe feted 'for similar: sounding! nam's. H
r nothing to hinder th*. flow ,of water parties of the' DisstoDrainage! Co. broad da: >'!'igat.: Year after 'year the butter-balls, but there mallards:( :the Suwanee in a natural frame of canal an hour and a half later and ;; ware of them The gf'nune: Fol"
In addition thin he .iswell t were i through this. canal i Honey and Tar is in a yellow' pat*
into the canal and down into the Ca- to by disposition stream of tourists pour into Florlddj I wood ducks and hnany blu>-winge1 cypress. ,V good title for such a pic- making the run :
loosahatcbee, which river is still affectei : wtedjty, make,.e->ery minute of following the beaten tracks pf travel,t'teal mixed with- th7oee! thai 'from "would be "A Close F.t." and into Lake Hicpochee, then through 1'' jge. Ask for it anal: refuse any MI I
r as far down as IKnaud bv t hot, such a trip one oft pleasure; a fine visit! the Oklawaba. ,St., Johns Indian: the wa er. TJie gfltf T-barS.rose fnstead jtur! to. the landing the: long canals ;ant lakes s Into the ; stitute. I: i Ii*; the best remed t 1''"r
z. high water above the river' being from]I j shot familiar with all the various River Lake Worth and 1 Biscajna Bay,' of rising. 'would uddfnb' dive{ ,,'and, i' steaimet'to about seven;,pass mibs up from the mouth. Caloo>..hatch'et reaching Fort M>'ers coughs ant! colds. AV A. D'Alciuaerr: ,
remain *
t six to eight feat" above the normal kinds, of ducks and other winged animals and depart again, thinking they have* under wat runtH the. boat had: but the Surane found those j openings at 6.SOp.in: ., having made a run of 8:>i|I druggist and apothcary

'f f, state and at Fort Thompson still out and a thorough sportsman discouraging seen all there is to be seen In Florida.passed beyond rang': These butter' made through! the tall c'pr'ss timber J .- -- _.. '
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;: of the banks. the wanton killing of game. Yet a trip up the Caloosahatch is S ba.ns.are. tthan I '
no larger the small, altogether! roo cramped for iier proportions :
r Steamer to Lakes. The crew Willie included Gus Widarqui, far'and:beyond the most, entrancingof .black :Jacks seen onthe' river h r", In fact she ]coked like a ................................ eeoNeeoe..ee.o
[ engineer; Smith. quartermaster any of these. We tay'' this in no, but are a solii: chunk of fat and weigh} should ,these views prove successful! .
With a"Iew to taking advantage of : and Geo, Bonniw1!!. fireman. The
:I spirit of tnrj: but with the Knowrfjga t fas much as the large species '1;e! we expect to have half tone cuts madeI Good Groceries '
the present high water to make a', cook was Henry Dowdy, one of the that what i
!! we Iiate'cannot \iI& disputed cook fixed up a half doz9n for dinner,i I from them to print in the columns of .
tnumber' of trips to Lake Oksechob e best In this section who can get up a '
.t. to accommodate tourists and sports-I j meal to fatijfj* the most exacting appetite and they were. greatlyenjoyed.. In the Press Its the precaution we take against impure foods that j
men Capt. J. 1"\ Menge made an experimental and: not a dish "of his pr para On to Okeechobee. small boats great-spo't. ,could be had}I When th?.two mm in the small boat : maks housekeepers: feel safe in buying aerc. In"*n bark ee
1 : trip into the lakes with the I tion was turned down on. the entire One feels repaid for having taken in gunning; for 'these dl! ks. were not ,taking: picture, they ware : ot purity} and fresh: .n"ss are f .
steamer Suwanee last week, taking a t trip. this trip.en to Lab lJ.Lon the Mengs Taylor' Cr ek. picking ;ip line black bass, and by the .

party of residents, including Mcasr Start% From Ft. Myers. steamers, but now Capt. ,Mengfe pro, 'Ta>Jor.s Creek is one of the streams I time the l landing was: reached MrI : The Lowest. Prices to Be Found 'oA
' E L. Evans, H. A The start made from Fort poses to extend this trip for' toumU 'I ans had a string of 11 fine bass, and I
: George Hendrj, was MjTtt : heading in the .swamps. marsfle the I I : anjwhere We Invite a comparison of prices. andIt's quality: :
into the canals I lakes, creeks and up % wan: 'given a roil of thanks' for this! ..
I tang pine :woods in the. ,southwest part quality counts
rivers i fine treat for
------- -------- '-- --- Incognita on theery borders ,oj that: of, the new .count -of St. ucie., formerly supper. j i Mixed Tt'3. very find, lb.. .. .. .. .. ... .: .. '.. .. .. .35c :

the Everglades. the homeof : a portfon of 'Bre': "and count>.i Residents of Wilderness. j Pure Leaf Lars: lb. .... .. .. .'.. ..... .. .. ..... .10c .
BLOOD POISON an unconquered the followers of Chief Osceola,, and some' ton mils east of the mom'hof I: 'Uere'j11\'a)" back in the heart of the Cotton ?(,E'd'OU'for cooking gallon. ., .. '.. .. .. .. .. /0: i

great ,Seminole tribe remnant for of the: the Kissimmee rlyer. It ':.s a stream wilderness 'thirt>.five miles from a ;:; Cafe de ,Monde Coffee. Ib . .. ... .. ,. ,. ., .. ? .... .25e: .
, pe'-it )known
i BLACK FLAG that the Indian wars j that until recently was know only to railroad, was found a_ ettlepr>nt or And t ten wrapper return z JV<>8 *ou. haodsoma plate. e
came tq al
., Close i the alligator. bunttfrs and otter trappers thrifty tarmfrs. There fs a po-.tofllc :- l'is Feet, Spare Ribs. Dill Pickles :
The black flag is emblem of,horror and dread. it is hoisted witnout the formal urr.pder: of thi.' |'
an When but
tribe and a settlement is building up here: cal 11| dx"lantie, 'a store owned I b)' :
by an army, the order has gone forth that "no quarter will be given, everything OVf'r'h1'h they are perhaps thj only her?;that has mad a demand ,for bet' Louis RatJ r'on. and a school. house s 14Wq..rdon LAZ JACOBYThe Popular
must be destroj ed. Helpless and children well people the government'sinfluence I te'm, ans 'of securing o Phone 183 ;
women as as oppos : supplies; for 1 with flftmi cVldr! on Ue roll.:
ing soldiers, meet the fame fate and a trail of desolation, suffering and day the Seminoles does not refute.xt'nd. To this 4 the?pioneers. seU4 1 in4his.ottt t>f thLW I This settlement is in the northwest' ONOOON00.0 fNO NS..................... OOONNO.INoRpQN .

/ death is left behind. Contagious Blood: Poison is the black flag of the great' from t the government at all Wash'nsion. overtures > locality Capt. Hall 1! opened, thq I corner .of the new countj, of !Sl:) Lucietvreicentls ,
army of disease. This vile disorder is known as the blackest'and most hideous .ana they remain thoroughly! ... carved out of the ..;outh rn' ,- : -
: of all human afflictions, overthrowing its victims and crushing out the independent, distaming anY'aid from I portion: Brevard 'It sitnat-d' i$>
;. life. It is no respecter of persons; no matter how pure the blood may be the nation.. On this ,very trip one mile west, of Fort Pierce; the count
: or how innocently the disease is contracted, when this awful virus enters the of the tribe, Jack Buster, COFFEE I site:'and nearest railroad po.n '1'ne

circulation the hideous,hateful and humiliating symptoms begin to appear, panied our party from Fort'M>acoom.1 'settlement.iias a .twice.a, week maul,
and the sufferer feels that his very presence is polluting and contaminating. J..abellt'h re.he shouldered service gain: overland via Fort Drum [ & BROWN

Usually the first sign of the disease is a little sore or'ulcer,.but as'the blood pun and attired in a new, derby hat ,j to; Ftyrt. as?8Inger, thence: to Kiss-:m :
becomes more deeply poisoned the severer symptoms are manifested, the shirt necktie and (collar ,vest,. :watca I We are the .Pioneer' i1retl! taks some
mouth and throat ulcerate the glands in the groins swell a red rash breaks and chain, but minus his pantaloons, Coffee' Roasters_ : 'of to; send a ;))9tter"from tort Mvcrs. to
{ out on the body, the hair and eyebrows come out and often the body is cov- started on his long march-to: Jhe Big: 'I that PointIn: ; GEO. Hendr> had

ered with copper-colored spots, pustular.eruptions and sores., In its worst Cypress. While.. Jack was .carrying' ", ,.West. Florida.. ''. fcrpught:: up' ;a large:supplyjof: groceries
stages the disease affects the nerves, attacks the bones and sometimes causes off his plunder an effort was made to, for t"@, stot'keopcr The settlementis r HARbWARE

tumors to form on the brain produc- !jget j him to join the group;, for a .snap! f -ftaIf'mlle' back from the: creek COMPANYVYTHI.N6
Several had .t of the kodak but he and OB Frida night w<>. made a visit
tag insanity and death. Not only I years ago: bloodpoicon would ride lMcHUCWS BLENDS '
and my flesh was in awful condition. Ito( this until be had takep hjs j gong' J there.; We might; tell how:some of themirrled
those Who contract the poison Suffer Great sores would,break out and noth t n'?i'of' the.party curled their
but unless I the virus is driven from ing I put on them would do any away when he returned and with a : :
My hair and eIebrowa fell out and food. : broad allowed tnustaeies; and prepared to meet too
| himself .to b3 photoCTaphsd ,
the blood the awful taint is handed "a trllrht." My month WU .0 sore I with the ): have noequal. Atrialwillconvincethe ladle' ?,, bu.t111 let them down easy, I [ in HARDWARE
down to offspring and they are its b ad" to live water. I toot part because, th ,fair
Mercury rol'nktr: and instead of I Lake Flirt! ; the first "c! 'th chainof ?' sex of ths settlementwere
innocent ictinis. Blood Poison is infretting better I continued to grow lakes. Just above Fort Thompson con- so shy'that they failed to appearat -- ., ..
deed a ,"black flag." Mercury' and worse olid cores.and xny My arm l gr s Bread awe c so e Z was found so.high that'the Suwanee noisseur that we the) 'sugar, boiling that was In progre .
.Potash,so often used, never can cure could not walk and I felt that my time could go straight across, without < .B whIwe reached the village

the trouble. These minerals,merely: wss.short X began TIM to if use I did your not S.get 8. 8.some and re.list. it through. the canal cut across one going \" ,make no.extravagant. ''Ihsre)' are ,excellent hunting grounds ,BELTING, VALVES AND FITTINGS,

drive the symptoms away for awhile helped me from the start. After taking end of the,lake. Many floeks.f f'ducks claims.-- .' : t clos bj where there is abundance ofdwrturkeyiuaJl ,
and shut the disease up in the system, it awhile ttte sorea all healed,my rheumatism were encountered on, this tek but ag ; and snipe, and Goo
and when they are left off it returns strong well was man.oared It+u0d rot to-day all the I am mercury a Capt. Menge did not want,;to lose I I Hendrjrwae:anxious to go out for deeranditurkey PIPE, NAILS, BAR IRON

worse than before This treatment. out of ny S'stemaand it oared me time to stop to pick them, t1P..flre'was Wholesale,. wand ,Retail I but the!' Captain thought t .
sound and well. ADAH: J beat
fails not :H; delay, as Mr. Parkinson'and
to blood opened them. The Suwaneei
not only cure poison on I
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the delicate of the Mary St. had no trouble,in I th14 lake I Others were anxious to visit Fish,. M ASURY'-S.READY-MADERA1LR0AD
but eats out lining crossing
G ROeE; : R)Sand E tng) 'Creek. 'So the start for horn* ,. ...-...... ,
and Bonnett Lake thence'Into i it "
stomach and bowels, produces chronic dysprpaia: loosens the,teeth and Ire. the .. t wit made ,early .
quently causes mercurial rheumatism to add to the patient's suffering. river and the 10n"g;,cat,al' endios a' ,.a i t Saturday morning dou"11', : -'- PAINTS,
[ Mr Evans and others. trolling : .
5.-S.S., the great table medicine, is the of this vile disease. It Lake HicpocheeJt % '
\'eg conqueror: was night when the dam was :aiijkipds I!} of Feed: |the'stream and catching a string of .
goes down to the very root of the trouble and cures by cleansing,the blood of i black bass ire} fet long. .
reached ,
j every particle of.the poison. S. S. S. does not hide or cover up anything and'here 'was found a 'campof t Stuffs.Pluto 1 '!'C FAIRBANKS SCALES,
fishermen From Gulf Atlantic.
but clears the entire circulation: of the Bass employed by >uy Ton .. I l This creek is .miles'I !' ,, :
l of Kissimmee, engaged in catch : ; about fifteen
virus ,and' puts the system in good ing catfish. The Captain's idea was I I west. of 'Chancey Bay the part of J SUPERB
S S S healthy, condition. It cures safely as to tie up for the night'a(the dam, but, Water I Iakp Okeechobee: that Governor Bro-' ,
,,ell as certainly, because there is not a decide- to continue: ,across' Lake Hlc-j '!ward xpcts to tap with the first I It

particle' of mineral in it.. We offer a re- pochee. The course' 11-; .st. northeast t drainage canal to be opened from the .'
9 9 ward of $1,000.00 fof proof that S. S. s. by the compass Uflt-.th trip i, St, Lncic river. This canal should ba ...AGENTS...

PURELY VEGETABLEis! not:purely egetable.-'hen.t blood made across the lake, I(. was too: Wholesale and Retail. cut ,aside' :frpm the question of drain-; NEW YORK BELTING AND PACKING CO.
I h purified and strengthened with this dark lo seethe entrance,io the three I | age and reclamation of rich bodies if*I

great remedy the symptoms all pass away and no sign of the,disease is ever mile canal connecting *Ltke Hlcpoc' New GL&etyCo.Jas. land,, for5 it will open ,up a water NEW 'YORK LEATHER BELTING CO.MallPrdlrSyShiPAed .
.en again; nor is there left the least trace to,.be handed down to posterity. chee with Okeechobee, tilt' daylight! f I' orIeifl'
f Special book with instructions for.self-treatntent and. >ny medical} advice de- !showed.the bow of the Sn,'an-..i',, pomf l : gulf,and afford a direct. paeans ofitknsp1rtaltpn ] Same Received

aired trill be sent without. charge to all whowrite- ins straight into th< raanU) ; McHJgh. l between l the Vast and 1 Day

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