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 11, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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England's New Monster Will Be PROPOSED INCREASE OP

Armed Exclusively With 12 KNIFE // ''i PeasneOlA'S

:N..O PRTUNITY TO St. Louis Fiend Who Delighted)


Them Under
AN INCREASE IS NECESSARY. Injuring Elected in Defiance of

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l launching, by King Edward, Passed By Associated Press This explanation will] doubtless be AHBSL the Delegates.Will .

Washington\ Feb. 1\).-It is; probable made in
confidence for although it is
Off Smoothly.GREAT that Secretary Root will, have I
an opportunity generally known jthat the State Department -
to explain 'to congress has:had many disquieting Fourteen Victims During Eveningof Be from
through one of the IIous committees reports from its agents in China it After Calvert Smith In Jacksonville Times-Union. Enjoined Takingr
BRITAIN THE FIRST TO I the actual need of the proposed increase would scarcely be diplomatic to publish January ..22.. Their Seats.
I in_ the number of American I I them.It i
PROFIT BY THE LESSONS OF troops In the Philippines 'which led :1
tot can be stated, however that
: I conditions
passag.3 between Secretary Taft NORTH ATLANTIC FLEETIN
I in Ohina at bear
THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR- and the Senate Committee present a "JACK THE STABBER FOUND IN
on Appropriations ; striking resemblance DOLAN SAYS WITHIN
( to those that preceded ,_ I tI 1'WENT"t'\
recently for it !is stated to the Boxer uprising in 1900 and THE PERSON OF J 3HN BRADY
NEW VESSEL, WHEN COMPLET be in the case that the War Department 1 the position of the State Department I PORT AFTER PRACTICEFour FOUR HOURS HE WILL GI/vet

ED WILL BE PRACTICALLY IN- motiivg in this direction is simply; that, as onlythe presence of American 22 YEARS OLD, WHOOSH OPERATIONS THE WORLD
following a suggestion of STATEMENT OF}
the State,( troops made the .FeMn relit: expedition -
VINCIBLE.By Department and it is probable the secretary -' and HAVE CRE TED MUCH
possible saved th3 lives of HIS POSITION-NO BREACH 1M'
will find it necessary, under the : }(legationers It would not be justified In EXCITEMENT. Battleships at Port of Spain Threeat
plan of folding! a force ready for service ; refraining: at this time from taking ''NATIONAL UNION FEARED BYX
in China -explain the facts toi
precautionary steps to avert
Associated Press. congress. I of American lives.A Barbadoes and Armored Cruisers MITCHELL
Portsmouth England Feb. 10.-Tnerioniter By Associated Press. t

battleship Dreadnought, St. Louis, Feb 16.-Jlio. Brady :22! at St. Vincent.By

which, when finished, will have cot Eleven Midshipmen, Will : 'earsold, was. arrested today and confessed By Associated Press.

:\pn and a half million dollars was to -being the ma known as Pittsburs ..Feb. 10.-"Vithin. t Dt""fI
is to give the blue jackets an opportunity
laiimhed here today by King Kdward1m Not Be Granted Diplomas "Jack The Stabber' '"' .rho- has been Washington Associated Feb. 10.-Prett Four big battleships for-a short leave after som of,I four hours. will _give to the world s{

tortroony was most simple anJ creating much- excitmeat during the the hardest kind of drilling.At I full statement of my position." PresW
: the Maine, Missouri, Kentucky -
all] liberations and pageantry was' last few weeks by stabbing women the same time the battleships
By Associated Press. I I notably featura in connection with' and Kearsargand.several torpedo Alabama Illinois and Iowa put in ai dent Dolan made this statement this
foilndlpn by the King on account of ] with a pocket knife.
Annapolis Fb. 10. It has been these failures in boat destroyers turned np at Port Barbadoes and the armored cruisersat afternoon during a meeting of min
certain branches eTa,1
hi death of his father-in is
law. midshipmen I
King dally! announcod that eleven A total of seventeen women and of Island of Trinidad yesterday St. Vincents. This distribution was
t'hr i s ian of Denmark. The launch- of the first class will)) not receiver, that some stand very high in tliejr a's-I girls have been stabbed 'on the street Tfley Spain form ,the,best part of Rear-Ad- necessary as no single port in the after an1 attempt had been made to a di)

n:; passel 1 oft siroothlj nnd without! their diplomas on Monday on account gregato studies. S.veral midshipman I fourteen having been stabbed duringthe miral Evans's North Atlantic flee:;: and West Indies could comfortably entertain journ the convention before teller*

an Int'dcnJ.: of deficiencies in certain branch; who passed in all subjects and will early evening of January 22. -None their 'purpose in entering the gulf of the many thousand blue jacketsof could announce the result of the t<

Great Naval Achievement. j jI 'but will be compelled to go to sea and receive diplomat, in the aggrgate are were seriously wounded. p..ria.. so near to Venezuela, just now, the North Atlantic fleet. re
bo re-examined on May next. behind those who will be held back. Brady insists that be did not stab cent election. :
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'i I 'In Uiinc'nng; of the Dreadnought, ''
all 6{ them but admits he does notknow
'h ; and mo:.t powerful battleit President Dolan had "been trying foH(
how many were\ uctims. of his
of the world's n"ues. marks that An knife. HOUSE TO TAKE UP FIREMAN WAS five days to get a report of the tellers!
fi' age in what the British admir- Immense 'Bond Issue is ,
I' "I just took my" knife and stuck it
committee before the
laim as the greatest -
into throi, said Brady in a b.igh effeminate COTTON QUESTIONBy BADLY INJUREDBABCOCK I
m in! in natal construction. On Oc- I voice and 'witi) no show of succeeded only after national View! e. ,
'<::itr :2nd.! 1905: only a few days over by Southern I emotion or 'excitement. don't President Lewis had made an impassioned -

four months ago, work was commenced I I know how the Idea came tome. Wh-en '
ii' I'onsn'outr-\ ; on the vcssM, the first ,I I first stabbed women I delighted in Associated Press. FIRE EXTINGUISHER plea for the miners not to an- e
By Associated Press. fifteen million will be issued to journ the convention before }
know the Drealnou properly
>t f what is to be as it.
stroke Hous
and-it >
?.ii class. Th promise was made New York. Feb. Announcement I I refund p')ments for equipment investmentaand I allover. one I i the '"womennarticulai was Washington Feb. 10.-The EXPLODED AND HURT FIRE. transacting business v .
then i 1la\ the would bd launched: within eras made tcKiaJ" that thif SoatheTiJ for tha betterment of present Committee on A cu1ture.has.a.rran- rout
At the
facilities. ly. It dLnHt'maJL; any (difference MAN'JOHN O'DONNOVAMr, c close ot_the report and with ,
q'h"-remaining hundred f statistics
sis months The admiralty has' one : ed a,general'hearing on cotton I 1'
will ask the stockholders Ir
railway to to '
and eighty-five millions will, bej me so longas they were waiting for action by the convention
more than mad good their toast and next. The
: oil Thursday
> beginning
authorize an issue of two hundred mil reserved to retire previous bond issues women. President Dolan declared the of- r
Bnma; have another for ;
rs cause
lion dollars development and general and for' future acquirement Department of Agriculture, the census '
and O'Donnovan, of the fivers President
print in their naAnoth r twelve Fireman John named including himself
four per cent mortgage bonds. Of: betterment of properties.LONGWORTH. bureau cotton'manufacturers., planters
monttr.; ;.11!! going well, the Dreal: i I, FIRE RENDERS Pensacola fire department was badly Bellingham vice president and. t i.
will have an
and others interested
nought \\11 be commissioned and join injured yesterday about 2 clock, William Dodd secretary and treasurer

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>II < \ ou iccords in battleship builder t S
fire on East LaRua street near Confusion reigned and appeals
;: b :
"' shy work is, being rushed ontnO'adnouat MUCH BETTER By Associated Press OERTING TO ARRIVE the corner of Tarragona street. were made from, the ;decision of that ,t
One Is the great sav The blare: originated from a dcfectiv chair which promptly ruled them oufr"" ,
Wheeling. W. Va, Feb. 10.-The fir
J in.n eos' but the chief reason is' which broke out at Lattelon last night The remains' of Clarence McKenzlelOerting : 'e flue and the department was called of order. ;
'hal Tile ship is extent ex-:
to some an WORK ,* was underconrol by oayhght. Four- will reach here this afternoon! out by an alarm from box: 47. Upon It was decided to take legal actto'..
l>enm++ and it is desired to gih r MAJ. GILLETTE SAYS WAS
a :cool trial befor commencing con By Associated Press. fifths of the buildings of the town at 4 o'clock from Hot Springs, where!reaching the scene the firemen decided enjoining- the newly elected officers/ :h a
WORTH ONE-TENTH Washington, Feb. 10.COngressman were' destroyed and over one thousand ''
s' : NOT morning. j the water the cottage from taking their seats.
UP ion on any more of hr class.: persons rendered homeless. But four he expired Friday not to turn upon '
Nicholas Longworth, who is suffering rr +
Watched Japanese Vessels. AMOUNT PAID FOR IT. business structure are left standing, The funeral will occur Monday at 3: and under instructions took the t
Great Britain it will ba remembered, from an attack of tonsihtis is reported :The loss Is estimated at $300,000 with o'clock from the family residence on:'Babcock fire extinguishers and climbing WILL NOT AFFECT } q l

wa! the cnlv power havin attachesor -- much better to-day. but /fifteen percent insurance. I LaRua street. j jGRf i upon the root proceeded to extinguish NATIONAL UNION-" Te

obseiwrs; on Japanes3 ships due By Associated Press. the blaze.
Russo-Japanese One of the extinguishers
Savannah Feb. lO.Maj'or Gillette Indianapolis, Feb.
xppr British! constructors were given the striking Fireman O'Donnovan -pre.slden'f
... .v, 'opportunity of learning whereto UnitEd States Army wfes again on the ., just cap above the chin, shattering number John Mitchell of the : ':

he snips of Japan proved weak or stand in the Greene and Gaynor. case!: i flyI of teeth and injuring the jaw. The Workers, before leaving for New York,

ong za tha case might be. These1mm to-dav. His testimony was interesting I i t young man fell from the roof but tonight. where he will attend a meet. +

w c re busy from start to finish} Iajo.r Gillette said the mattress sunk' caught on the ladder to which he Ib of the anthracite operator and
of he war and Immediately after the held until other firemen assisted: him +
defendants: in Cumberland SounJ miners next Thursday, was" asked + ,
bar' It- >f the Sea of Japan came home to the ground.
a their data, which was submitted was: no more than bundles of brush; I The blaze wasextinguished withina whether he thought the situation af r -

w h .;suggestions; to special commit- that it was not worth more than one- I r rI short time with but little damageto the Pittsburg convention was not the 1 .

It'fon which sat not only the most exP tenth' the price the government paid I the house or furniture. result of !a plot aimed at the national q

(, l"ncf'd naval experts but the directOr for it; that instead of supporting the: union. :With a smile he replied;
of naval construction Lord KeJ- ston thrown on it the stones went
EXAMINATIONS.FOR "I regret that I am not in a position
era' and a number of the leading private right on through. I .
to talk on the. subject There is no
ship builders. The Doughnoug'it
'Is 'the outcome of their deliberations CADETSHIP danger of any serious split that will t+.
embodiment of the l lessons of the late ?f effect the national onion. ,
11"ar> in the Far East a ship aparenUy:

inx'ncible! capable at one discharge of WASHINGTONBy '
her guns of throwing with unparalleled : I. IN THE REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE F.

Tone twlcs as much metal as any
forejm iIbv WILL BE HELD HERE ,
man-of-war now afloat, while
l"r Associated Press.
armor will render her immune '
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from attacks by any enemv's guns,! Washington; Feb. 10,-Delegates

and safe claim even against torpedoes -! states and the Districtof a
front forty-two, : ; NEXT ACT
fired at the usual battle range i REV. H. B. FOLK BROTHER Oft jt'
Columbia, forming the divorce congress The United States Civil Sf'rviceCom-
Details A S-cret.
The I will convene here ,Monday to AT RUfflKH mission announces an examination on GOVERNOR FOLK, OF MISSOURI ;,
details of the Dreadnought's con- 27, 28. 1906,at Pensacola
perfect a permanent organization: t February 26.
*t5T"on: remain a secret so wll has UPRlSmc to to secure eligible from which to IS HERE.
'h. admiralty guarded the plans. Governor Pennypacker.; representing U t several
i certification to fill va-
,yam n till make
f of naval attaches to gather Er-I the State of Pennsylvania, which orig irs: cancies (in March) In the position: of t

f"rn:anon; : for their governments haII. crated the movement, will deliver an M ARCH r cadet in the Revenue-Cutter; Service, Rev. II. B. Folk of Midway Ky.

n fruitless. No information is address: in the!! afternoon President i" and similar positions as they may occur ,',
for iconiing.! the answer to all enquir- Roosevelt ,will receive the delegates. _J -U p-I in that service. one of the most prominent minister
p* being the candid; one that Great / r.c Af: the Commission has experienced of that state is !In the city and will ,'

Britain' intends to maintain secrecy as rr considerable i difficulty in securing occupy the pulpit this morning and '

*to"',what her experts learned as a re- WELCOMES AN l dixies} for this position qualified evening at the first church.
ot Japan's experiences for one persons are urged to enter this exam honeymoon
Re\. Mr. Folk is on his
"a and by rushing to completion the INVESTIGATIONPRESIDENT r ination.
trl'adnougbt. will gain a year If not ir. I Applicants should at once apply having only recently been wedded but zr ,

Tore in naval construction over all f Ar l1 1ii I either to the United States Civil Service being well acquainted with prominent o r

b Wh-r powers except her ally. Usual- ? .. c/r Commission Washington D. C., members of the church consented .lit;, I
when ships are building a board is OF PENNSYLVANIA R. 1J to the secretary of the board of examiners
or their to this ify
1111 request, preach i io
Planed $ Ifil4llrl upon
at the head of the sUp giv- at Pensacola for applicationForm <
tar her name displacement, ''Prln l- R. SAYS COMPANY HAS ? 'r 301. No application: will :be accepted -,morning and evening.
pal dimensions horse power and unless properly executed, in- Rev. Folk is a brother of Governor ;

*n-ed. In the case of Dreadnought' NOTHING TO CONCEAL.By clud'ng' the medical certificate and filed Folk of Missouri, who is known all ,
1101, an item in tie design Is reveal'd 55 '
L with the Commission at Washington.In the country.An .
< ihe board( containing the simple L applying for this examination the 3
1'ntence "His Dreadnought Associated'Press.. P 1' : excellent musical program iuv
Majestj's exact title as given at the head of this
: commenced October 2nd, | Philadelphia. Pa. Feb. 10.-PresIdent announcement should be used in the been arranged which is as follows:
1&05; When rE'adfor sea the ship the Pennsylvania application. Organ prelude-Guihnaat.
A. Cassat. of
will> ) displace 18.500 tons but this Is asked to-day l As examination papers ,are shipped' "Sing Alleluia Forth."-Buck. .;
the Vast remarkable thing about her railroad, upon being L Qt 3T.eV direct from the Commission to the "Lead 0 Father."-Barnby."We 1'
for besides the ideas !introduced as a what the attituda of his companywas t l places of examination it is necessary us. "
result of the Far Eastern war Britain towards toe Investigation proposed ) that applications be received in ample Praise Thee, 0 God. ?.iflmg.

'. placing on her new fighting machine by congress in regard to on!r' its -. time to arrange for the examination ./ :

the heaviest armament ever, carried Pennsylvania Railroad of desired at the- place indicated by theapplicant. "Jerusalem! the Golden."-FSavior / :i"- t
j by> a hip. In the British vessels shtp by Commission '
'Past The will
stock of other companies, said: When ?<"ght.--sb': '
{!e\-l"" carried four 12-inch guns throwS nothing to conceal NEXT ACT DUE ON THE RUSSIAN STAGE. '. fore arrange to examine any l-ostiude-JJendelssobn.al .-'
!S 850 pound shells; the Dread- "The Companyhas welcome an opportunityto ,, ., *. ,, '- ;.. "' ,'* p *' whose application is received in thtre-j >.,..,
Bought will have ten of these weapons and 'will uprisinr in to the shipment of Miss Allie Willis will pr'f'
early the
nave the true facts brought before Cablegram-.It-stated that the Russian revolutionary leasers are planning fo*a general permit '
March sary paper orgzn, ,
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Your dollars will buy more here than anywhere *

ji' else in the city. An actual of ,

r t'J ruru 50 nine.!per as cent advertised.on the dollar.Sale You begins will promptly find everything at- i Great Reduction Sale in All Our Heavy Wool and Cotton Underwear. I g gts

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N 5,000 yards of Fine Embroidery bought at a J u j HI


:! iuru. with nice finished edges'and inserting match; t All our Wool Underwear in gi yU SUITS. CRAVENETTES_ $1.50 Suspenders for;.....$119 FANCY AND WHITE VESTS IN Sj

: some pieces will measure fully 18 inches worth and camels hair. $3 suit., in this sale $1.00 Suspenders for.. .. .- .... 79
from 15 to 40c-special here at lOc J $ .59M ) S $700 uits,, knee pants, for.$5.85:>> 16.50Overcoat for. .. .. ....$1395 75c uspenders for.. .. .. .. ..' 63c: THE CITY jy
rUru the yard. r $6.00 Suits, knee .. 4.95 $15.00 Overcoat for.. .. .. .... 1195 50c Suspenders for.. ... .. .. 43c:
pants for. $3.50 Vest for..S fj
Not on sale Tuesday. $:tOO Suit. this sale, $1.79. I $1250 Overcoat for.. .. .. ... 1000 25c suspenders for. .. .. 21c $ 9 h
r U $5.00 Suits, knee pant3. for...... 413; i $3.00 Vest for.. .. .. .. .... ,. :! ,h, m
: ruU 1 case of English Long Cloth, Nainsook finish r U Cotton Derby Ribbed Underwear $2 i J450 Suit, knee pants for.. .. 393i:>>; $$10.O0Overcoat S.&G' Overcoat for for..... .... .... ........ 6.95 7.95 CLEARANCE SALE MEN'S SOCKS $250( Vest for. .. .. .. .. ., .. i 1'1\ JM
{ 12 each per suit this sale. $1.7.' $4.00 Suits knee .. I $.00 Vest for.. .. .. .. .. .. .. i l3 JU
yards to for. 359J .. ..
piece, worth $1.39-special r Icu pants '" '' $600 Overcoat for. .. 5.00 Our line of 50c uTancy Socks for'.42c I $130 Vest for.. .. .. .. .. ... '
here at89c. Uu Fancy blue strip ribbed Underwear, $3.50 Suits, knee pants, for.. .. 2.98' $20.00 Cravenette for.. .. .. 1695 Our line, of 23e; Fancy Socks for..21c' $1.25 Vest for.. .. .. .. .. ... j 1.::: fjj?
: f $2 per suit, this sale $1.69. $3.00 Suits knee pants for.. ... 2.59' $16.50' Crave.nette for.. .. .... 1393: Our line of 50c ,Wool Socks for..43c ro
f ;fU Not on sale Tuesday. gf r i i $2.50 Suits knee pants for.. .. 1.93 15.00 Cravenette for.. '-.. ..... 1223 Our 1 line: of %5c Wool Socks for..1 }.: YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING. ftj
H All wool red Underwear worth $3 $12.50 Cravenette for. .. .*. 9.95 beautiful
1 of We have just
(N case Comforts full size. Laminated' Cot- f V per cuit, this sale. $2.59. $200, .,-Suits, knee pants, .for. .... 1.69- $1000 Cravemtte for.. .. .. 793; line of wide Four in.Hand and Club $13: Suits for.. or .. .. .. ... .S:1: 'I,:. fit
rU ton quality, worth $2.50 each, here at $1,59. r U Ties. $12.50 Suits for.. .. ..... .. .. 'ooo\ m
N Not on sale Tuesday. The finest thing In Underwear is CLEARANCE SALE IN MEN'S A Dip. CLEARANCE SALE IN WOOL One big lot of SOc 'our-in-lland Ties $10 Suits for.. .. .. .. .. .... W
f U Royal Silk Plush, $3.50 per suit .. .. .
our OVERSHIRTS. this sale. 25e.SPECIAL $8 SUIts for. .. .. .. i,"i I.. fU
4 N 1 case of Plaid Blankets, full size worth $1.50 f 1 1e3 U$ this sale, $2.75. CLOTHING. $650 Suits for.. .. .. ... .. :. .., ft)
1 $2.50, Blue Flannel Overshirts..$1.98 BARGAIN IN SHOES. I I $5.00 Suits for .. .. .. .. \-. V
e3 ruspecial here 89c. 4 t
at r g A big lot of fleece lined and ribbed $20.00 Suits for. ... $16 95; ru
IN'Not on sale Tuesday. r U Underwear, $1 value for 75c per su:tAll $16.50 Suits for. .. .. ... ....$1395 $2 'Fancy and solid colors Over- from One lot of Shoes this ranging sale in special price MANY OTHER" BARGANS TOO
$UO; to $2.00 ftj
fU $15 Suits for. .. .... .; .. .12.25 shirts.? .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.6S NUMEROUS To._ MENTION
our bo's' fleece. lined nUderwear price, 100. IN At
kf f 10 of Dress fI rI U
rt1s pieces Goods-Mohairs, Serges, In grey and white all sizes, 45 per $12.50 Suits for. .. .. .. .. .,$1025 $1.50 Shire in different co10rs. ...$1.29 Our lot lot $2.00 to $2.50 this sale THIS SPACE. COME AND GET >

I Fancies, Worsteds, Melroses and Twine Cloths, r U suit. $1000() Suits for.. .. .. .... .. eo$823:>> $1.25; Bluo Flannel OverShirt3....98c special price. 135. .,OUR PRICES. HI

i ,1"u measuring up to 40 inches wide-one of the r tJ..... mI

'greatest dress goods values of the season, worth r u rtJ

ruAi 60, 65 and 75c-special here at 49c. r fUru

i 'ruru ru. Not on sale Tuesday. : WMM JOHNSON & SON

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lies flat upon the ground grave -I
is almost buried from sight In the' by a simple slab upon which is I _Professional Directory.
long grass and weeds. On It is the graven
following inscription: Hon. Charles Evans! I THOS. PEBLEY,
GIDIEN KINO, Died Jan. 31.1856.Died I ,
Not far from this is a brick vaultIn LAW REAL ESTATE! LOANS AND

Pensacola with marble 'slab on top bearing the I COLLECTIONS
Nov. 16. 1857. following. inScription: I PALAFOX AND ROMANA
I Bv the Explosion of Miss Winifred Evans. I PHONE 553.G :.
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The Steamer Born In'Montgomery Co., IOAND25 STDRE I
'! Tom Tl1 mb. S State'.. pf NcaQh Carolina .S
Aged 24 E'ars. July,. 1790. .
The steimer Tcm Thumb was hard- Died. in Pensacolaly : Kress' Valentine Week Sale 1 YATES M. 0 0"
19, 1843 1 ,
ly larger than the big launches of the ,
present day, but it was the first steam Typical cf the style of olden pan- : St. Valentine season suggests, to everybody some token of re- OPTICIAN
Jis vessel used as a tow boat in the tar, isa memorial architecture are the' 'membrance' or respect. To the young it means valentines pretty or
bor of Pen acola The boat was used|Gonzalez and Moreno' mausoleums comic; to the older, gifts more useful. 3 OS THIESEN BUILD S\

principally in towing lumber and logs, which.face Alcanlz Street in the,south. From Monday until Saturday we are going to keep our prettiest

: things right at the front. Make a big sale-and that always means HICRS'CAPUDINE

By Ben H. Thomas. great values, you know.

S You never smr he equal of our display of jewelry, silverware, m't
. It, .is almost Incomprehensible but' tomb' was} disclosed, rich in intricate handkerchiefs, .*.' ** hosiery, dainty chinaware and countless I ( I IMMWLTL1.Y CVRUHEADACHES

.'t'M l nevertheless a fact that within three carving from base! to 'finial Carved H ,-- ,. ,;..". other things, pretty and practical. I 1
r blocks; of the principal business thro-; pilasters grace each of the four corners ,. \Ve have also put some-astonishingly low prices on astonishingly Br*&k.up COLDS
:-11: ughfare of Pensacola there was, un'I4 and the massive cap and finial is : high values in lines of goods you need every day. S IN 6 TO II: HOURS
I .5
. ;/|! til about four months ago. a typical the work of a master in the art of 5 The sale lasts the whole week, but it's to your interest to call early. _ TrW twit! We; AI rae&se
*j BemKropical jungle. Inhabited by rac-- sculpture. On the western end of this ..
'Jf 1 coons. 'possums, rabbits lizards and: handsome structure Is the following; =--- -
.'3J venomous reptiles. Such a jungle. inscription .
jjE! wag In the heart of St. :MIchael's cern4 Sacred -*%'%? & '. Umbrellas-Rare Values

::ir I 'etery the second oldest burying ground To The. :Memory of S
r In the United States, and for upwarJ* JOHN HUNT. ClUS >..
'$,$, t ol forty years the foot of man had not A native of Huntsville. N. C. f zrxm. ?> kt l' S Because so many are raised, the price is lowered-all the way frogi
trod the os/o
ground consecrated to the last sdi.
Born March
:.,21 repose of early Pensacollans So Died in New Z Orleans 1801. ./ 69c values, downdownbump25c.bottom! price!

1ri! i dense was the growth that massive Feb. 3, 1851. Fast black,paragon frame, assorted handles,only....................25C
':If,. Tombs were as completely burled from The Hunt family Is well known \\ w
?V: sght! as If they had never existed and
; throughout: the southern states anlmany
4fa this within a hundred feet of oft travjjl I of the ancestors of the OCCUpant On Sale
. | led paths In the northern. or more I of this tomb are residents of Gulf Tuesday 9 A. M.
,,1 modern portion of tho cemetery.
Coast cities. some being in Mobile .
t..t\ Beautiful Memoral. and a number residing In New Orleans I Post The interesting and '- Mrs what's a kitchen
One of the most beautiful examples wid which city they are Pntt'c
prominently J structrve fad of postcard without Mrs.Potts
,]V f *>f memorial architecture that the Identlfi d. IJ C8TQ collecting grows more Sad Irons Sad Irons? Heavy, tut MOCK
.i;3; "writer taa ever seen Is the Hunt tomb The tomb of John Hunt Is built in I J Albums popular every day. Our handsomely finish ,

;I ; S GRAVE OF GIDIEN KING. albums will preserve the ed in both wood and steel part: DENTAL
I record of your popularity and friendships. They are worth their weight in goldto SURGEON.Crown .
I Handsomely designed,imitation cloth and any housewife as time and labor

I I! to vessels taking cargo in the bay and''!'crn part of the cemetery, in both of! ail imitation Jes,holding leather:2no,cards assorted, sizes. .and 25c outlast savers,and the old for,long plain wear.iron .\V 11. 25C__ and Bridge Work a Spe.ial't
Ia was engaged in this work when the which the old mission style is strictly Painless Extracting of Teeth.
explosion occurred. King.: who:, adaered to. In the Moreno vault ZSi/2 S. Palafox St.
was the only one Killed was for several voars reiospd tha mortal
On Sale Thursday 9 A. M. 7 and 9 Old Armory Building./ /
in tho fire room of the vessel remains of lion Stephen Russell Mailory
when the accident occurred and. but the body his: been removedto Pho'ne 1077.

was> seaBed to death by live steam. tho JMallo-v plot nsar: the north- ---- J
The acciJent occurred a short d:stance ;. cast corner of the cemetery and now,, Chinaware-Unprecedented ValuesThe -S.--
out in the bay almost directlyoff rests with that of hi> wife under al|
: beautiful designs in this stock are almost limitless and the
the foot of Palafox street. massive granite! monument upon) ,
which is 'ngravcd: I Kress \'alu.es"simply can't be duplicated elsewhere for less than twice
I Ii
Reminder of the Scourge. thp... nrirp. .
'' Stephen RuMH 'Mallory II i r'
A reminder of the fearful yellow i After-dinner and Bread and
Born on tbe Island of Trinidad W. IJ cups saucers Butter plates in decor
fever scourge of 1867 Is an Iron memorial ,I with gold and lustre finish, new ated imported china, 25 different
u. S Senator from Florida 1852-1861
i designs, each .
set In cement a short distance and fancy designs in tulip and Soc
in the oil cemetery from the west'.Secretary of the Navy of the Confederate kettle shapes, 6 different sizes, In this wide assortment complete teaand
States of Amerca 1861.1865.Died dinner sets be
can easily made
gate On this is the simple inscription rich embossings and colorings, Gold decorated up.
la Pensacola Nov. 9. 1873. I souvenirs m odd e
1,000 different and designs
: shapes shapes such as slippers boots and
On a simple shaft near the edge of
Captain ,cup and saucer lOc vases SOC
what until recently, was a Jungle Is ;,
Christian Pharo the inscription: JteaefeKBiCMi Xjf U* sas.Kuu.Aa.:
Ship Gertrude, S .1\lakethe mantel look
Bisque Hosiery Remarkable opporr .
Died Sept. 1867. Chester P. Knapp I wonderfully pretty. I turity-ladies'ffeece-
Born at Woodbury, Conn. Novelties black hose, all sues,
Bv the side of this is a similar iron : Among the great I
memorial July 31. 1814 \ariety of these novelties Value IDc; atEress', ioc
upon which is the words: are: candle- Marine
Styrman Died at PensacolaDec. 'I I. stick boy and girl, monkey bank, nod. Misses' ribbed, b L1.c k, seamless Grocery Co.
Gunnerndersen 23. 1865. ding heads (two kinds),dog with pipe, hose, all sizes
Ship Gertrude Before the war )lr. Knapp operated : boy and girl musicians; regularvalue, Value I9c; at Kress', ioc 604 606 608 610 S. Palates 51-
Died S T>t. 1867. a large mercantile business on Pala i 35c, Kress'price..each. bcSouvenir Misses' ribbed school stockings,
fox street, and resided on Intendenci-i black. Phone 725.
I seamless triple knee.
During the yellow fever epidemic in pride U
1867 a hospital occupied the site of'i street between Bavlen and Barcelona.He universAL/Kress'offer Value I9c; atKress'. lee V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .
was well off in this worlds good', beautiful of lien's
the PostCards views fancy black ha1fbosrein.
present Thiesen Building and! that
I' and during the war accumulated at .ntnestfrieodi forced
numerous cases were treated th@re. and hence your heel and toe, In colors
It was in this hospital that Pharo and large amount of Confederate money. in other towns.Yo Abo an endless va also, and fancy embroidered. HOME OF GOOD THINGS tO
: Andersen passed away.. |r. It is related. of him, by one who claims] the riety wooden in comic souvenirs.and general subjects. Ask for S Value 15c; at Kress, lOc
to have at EAT.
been that the
present Figured
Leather and wood.. ,plain or in col-
per piece,5c
An Early Mayor. close of the great strife he rolled a I Varied -o-s ValuC2Octo30catKreSS'lOc:: Just Received:
assortment..3 for 5c
4 for
The graves of several of pensacola'sold barrel full of Confederate. money out \-..- -'S. pallbut Chunks Halibut Quick Lue '
tima mayors are to be found In St. Into the street' In front of his resi-- ---- 50 kits of fancy Mackerel. $1 -;> cCi
Michael's, one of which is that'of Hon Jence, knocked In the head and scattered ; kit.
THE TOMB OF JOHN HUNT. It to the winds of heaven. A 1 WATCH: KRESSrWINDOWSr"fUOHZ I. 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit
- man passing at the time offered to 50 kits halibut fins. $1.25 per kit
; trade Mr. Knapp a load of wood fora SO; kits of Cod Tongues and SounJ
old portion of St. Michael's,but a manner far superior to work of the I Liver and KidneysIt load of Confederate paper but the -- -. : 5125 per kit.
S 133. ,
' tone's throw from the magnian present day, being put together wholly offer was spurned with disgust. Bloaters, Milkers and Roes, l\\ -n .-
".... monument. Until the with heavy copper rivets and is highly important that these organs Old St. Michael's Is replete with historical Codfish, Pickled Salmon Dill Pi-* *
was cut away last fall screws and all joints are fitted with Should properly perform their functions. interest and Is dally the mecca NEW METHOD LAUNDRY German Sauer Krout.
buried so completely a nicety that has defied the storms cf I When they dont what lameness of the of many tourists who take delight in S tj Pigs Feet In kits. $1.00. cl

S "9 and creepers that winter and the fierce :heat of the sou, Bide and back.,what yellowness of the skin, reading the quaint inscriptions anJ Manewal and Lange's Fruit; -. !5*
S vas known to but them ./aun for over half a century, .It..what constipation bad taste, in the month, gazing upon the earthly resting placeof f. W. LMWRfNCt., ",.*r'ebr. jy. Waif II...... St. "'-"ft. ,... National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cak
Is enclosed in a double iron fence and. hundreds who bare preceded them per pound. t
It forced
ad- lick
wi seen headache, pimples and blotches and "We handle the celebrated blesm( *
although neglected for years is still Into the of the Master JT-.
.5k. ungle: on hands loss of presence '
courage tell tbe story. Coffee reacted by the Gulf City CoS'
f ',". one of the most beautiful pieces of I '.I
\ of the Iron I The great alterative and tOnICHood'Sarsapaiilla rcJcr: "Y'o r Co.. H. P. Chlpman. Manager.
,'\ '>. \Sunded even workln ancient" St.: Michael's. ,cemetery ICE COAL (I Oaxaca. 35c lb.; Gold Standard, *;*
SAn Cant look well,:eat or feel well with and WOOD !
4, erfect IdeaS t impure blood feeding your body. Keep l lfxem lib I ; Diamond Blend, 25c Ib; Golp'
'Jy unable Early Tragedy.A the blood pure with Burdock Blood .he i I Rio. 20c lb.Strictly .
es r 'cription.Ir grim tragedy of the days before Gives these organs vigor and tone for the Bitters. Eat simply, take exercise, Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. fresh roasted and as gas
S S :' y clear- the war recorded upon a slab in thwestern proper performance of their functions and kesp clean and you will have long Offlco Corner Ch&.p and Tarragon I any Coffee sold In this city.
marble! central part of the cemetery.I cores all their ordinary ailments. Take It. life. Phone 259. Send us jour orders and .e will) **

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Monday Night, Feb. 12.


C. K. of A. Hall.

t M Benefit of

For Monday and Tuesday.

i Association.

: Historical Sarri .' Orchestra -
of f Mardi Gras-
Twenty-five cases of New Goods
arrived this
This past week, which we will offer

Season's FestivitiesWill Floor 'Managers-Jos. Santo .at very close prices for early It
selling. will
L n i. 'lIin stood for honesty and pay you to see our new line of

(to) n .lm,;. anl we believe in Cost 10000.; Ernest McVoy.

ou", rii: i<> application! to bus!.

1111\olt' .' .t t',id well insurance as to( companies the govern- I possibly Strange millions to say there of otherwise are thousands well informed ,- Good Time Promised to All. Laces, Embroideries and Wash Goods

tt.. ".II honestly made clothes Americans, who have never
heard of the annual celebration of the
> ut money-and still make its days regardless of cost as
wmf'ning, for our selves. pagan origin in the Eternal City, THE TEACHERSCIRCLE ,

centuries petuation before Christ, and Its per we are compelled to make room for new goods.
B ;here ae times when its! through ,tall of the ages

for us to sell at a big re- since.
,.. on rather than carry goods: I II' Pagan custom demanded the dedication -
I of festival seasons to many of READING f
II I Its gods and to the god of :Mirth the I CLOSING-OUT PRICESON
onls s one of 'these times. festival of Mardi Gras was d3dicatea'. New Baby Irish Point Special Sale of New Val

T- o $14 Suits going! at $S.OO Like many other of the ante Christian a
wtu-! they last and they won't festivals. It was adopted by the early ALL
tan Lois followers of the Savior, and has been All-Over laces. and RoundThreadLaces.
handed down from father to son Comforts and Blankets
throughout the Christian era in most
of the Roman Catholic states of the
AT S9c
world. (Regardless of! Cost.

The exact season of the ante Chris- Held Most One lot of 7c and lOc Embroideries From the Importers Peremptory Salt
tian celebration of .Mardi Gras is a Interesting Meetingand Best $8.00 full 10-4 all wool California .. ...
TAJIDARDITl un- Special .. .. .. .5c at a saving of 25 per cent.
( fd'THIESEn Blankets, to close out
certain but upon its adoption by theearly
J G Christians in Rome, It was ap- Discussed "Moral quick, Per pair.. .. .. .. ?$3.95 Se the handsome line of new Embroideries Daring this sale we are showingsome

U1D pointsa', the inauguration of the Lenten $i.00) all wool 10-4 Blankets in and Inserting we are now exceptionally good values in Val C -

season of retirement, repentence, Edncation. gray otf white, to close out, per showing at 9c, 19c, anj 25c per yard, Laces at, 19c 25c and 39c per doz.
fasting and prayer; beginning on Ash pair for.. .. .. .. .. ? ? ..52.85
Wednesday $1.75 10-4 and 11-4 Blankets in nothing like them elsewhere for the .
: New Val Laces,.worth 39c per doze -
In the early days of its pagan celebration The Teacher's Reading Circle met gray or ",white per pair; in this money. to go .

For Expert Watch Repairing and in Rome. the festival of Mardi yesterday afternoon and held sale.. .. .... .. .. .. .. ...95c
Gras was the grandest of Rome' mag- an extremely $1.39 10-4 Blankets to go per pair Finest 5c Val Laces and Insert-

Engraving, go to nificient feasts; and the 'Pa' eants of Interesting discussion of for.. .. t, ... .. .. ..69: Silk Sale. ings in this sale.. .. .. ... .. 3Y20
those days were th most splendid, Rpenc r'8 idea of ."')Ior.ll Education" ,One lot of 10.4 White Blankets, Extraordinary Finest lOc: Val Laces and Insert.

J. f. DAVIS, the Jeweler most dazzling, most gorgeous of an- and the application of ht$, method of 89e',value, to close out, per pair 45cFineaf.$3.50 ings in this sale.. .. ..7o

rient Rome's splendid'Epectacl discipline; to our schooIs: Comforts, large and The greatest purchase of the sea
213 South Palafox Street. hence no reason for wonder exists 0 Everybody had apparently familiar- good, to close: out in this sale We are now in a position to show t
i that the early Roman Chrstians ized for.-- .. ._..81.98' son. Come to our s-peciallntroductory you all the newest patterns In match
The Latest Designs in Watchesand I should adopted Mardi Gras as one of harself or himself with tit9 Spen- $2.00 Comforts fine cotton filled: Silk Sale Monday and Tuesday, it will sets of French and round thread Val

their festival seasons.' :cerian views and there wiSe some; large size, to close out for.$1.19 be the event of the year Laces, at very special prices.;
Jeweiry.Oottaroll. Mardi Gras is still celebrated as the very decided expressions on the sub- $1.50 Comfortsextra. good quality
greatest of mirth in the city of ject pro and con, that held( the attention One lot 27-inch stylish Illuminated Sc' and 7c Torchon'Laces and Incertings -
.. special. .. .. .. .. 95c -
Rome, as it is Ia most of the other of the Circle from first to last. $1.25 Comforts, extra good 'quality Taffeta Silks made to re- now only.. .. .. .3e

cities oli sunny Italy. It is likewise It would have proved both interesting spECial.. .. ., .. .. ... ...79 c tail for $1.00 and $1.19. special 8c and lOe Torchon Laces and In-
celebrated in accord with its origin as:I and Instructive to anyone and particularly A few $1.00 Comforts left, to be Monday. .... .. .. .. ... ;79c sertlngs'now .60 t

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. the season of frolicsome folly f?fastlng to parents- to have been pres closed out Monday for . ...55cAt 75c Faille Brilliant Sifts in all the i' .
I and frivolity from end to*n.n'of Spain,: I' One lot of Pure Linen Torchon
Pensacola, Fla. : these prices you can afford to popular colors special for Monday
i In Maxico. in France and In all of the was a particularly animated,meeting I Laces, worth 8c. lOc and 12&c
and the carry them over until next season if .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .47c
cities of Cuba betrayed genuine interest
-- .-notably in Havana. I
I i iI you 'don't need them now. Special Monday\ .. .. .. .. ..3e
R. K. WHITE, I The first organized celebration of !itt their profession that'mE.'ans real) 21-inch Silk Crystal Crepe De

Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler I the season in the United States, was! teaching I Chene, in champagne, light blue,
and Graduate Optician. [ undertaken som fifty at Those present were Alias Maclay,?'!
.50 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. Mobile. Since then, several years, ago other I Mrs. Samp -y, Miss Augusta Holmes,i" Special Sale of New golden brown, white, nile, pink Special Sale of Wash

cities of the Gulf states have adopted Miss, ,Morley: Mrs N. D. Thomas, Mies] navy: and black, worth1.00 per
I the celebration, until now the festival,. Sn'd*r. Miss::> Narcissa Coleman, Miss yard, special .. ..... .. ...65c Goods.We
of Mardi Gras wherever it has been: Beaulah Day, Miss Clarke. Miss Suter. White Goods. ::inch Pagoda Taffeta Silk, regular .
TERSELY TOLD heralded has come to be recognized!I Miss\ Thompson Mr. Lockhart, Miss 90c value in black and colors

I as a purely Southern institution. :. Schulman, Miss Reese, Miss Mary I All of the newest effects in new special Monday. .......59c are now in a position. to show r
--- In til* early seventies an organization -!!I Perry, :Mrs Henderson. Miss Burton,, Cotton Dress Fabrics for the coming Best $1.39 SC-inch black :All Silk you all the latest conceits In cotton ?
M md Mrs Chas. w'aoobi i and hiss which! adoptf'd'the name: I I :Miss Roberts Mrs. McRaynolds\ : Miss season. Swiss Taffeta, a great bargain, and silk Mercerized\ Fabrics for early

i :(>t4 Jacobi. of Molmo, Fl ... were "Knights of Palafox," was formed in I Katharine Loftin, Miss Olive Andrews, Sheer Plain White'India Linen. for Monday.. .. .. ..... .. ..89o spring wear, and, at the lowest possible
niuirg those who visited Penfiacola Pensacola, for the purpose of conduit-: Mr. Hamnck. and Prof. Lockey principal special Monday.. .. .t .. ...6Jc, cost.

''''I ing an organized ielebration of Mardi i of the Hight School. 18c White India Linen, a"cry SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICES '

J, 11. flay, of Chattanooga, the Gras, but after a few years of questionably special purchase, you can have '
J p: I\1tl\ n-prrsentatho of the Chat : success the Knights of Pala Hives, eczema itch or salt rheum now for.. .. ? .. .. .. .10c23c on some of the very newest fabrics 4r .
1;'eioga Baking Powder Company, is fox disbanded in disgust!; ,and despair. sets you crazy. Can't bear the touch :::; Sheer White Persian Lawns, Great Sale of Muslin Underwear.25c New Barnaby Zephyrs, very attractive ,.
I of clothing. Doan's Ointment styles extra wide 20o
Seven however Pensacola t jour ,
in m\ MI. m the interest of his firm years ago the ] .
and India
f Batiste, special Mon .. .... .....
the most obstinate cases. Why values special. 18o
andfrien" INns warmly gr?led by hU Carnival Association was organized cures day .. .. .. ..-_.. ..v ',..J9cSc
here to rN'ivethe celebration suffer. All druggists fell it. White Lawn, special Monday Embroidery Trimmed Corset Covers, to go In New Tropical Silks for stylish l k

I ne S'al,' onfrrence( of Universal- From the beginning, the efforts of this .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. V/2c this sale at ............*....................15c shirt waist suits choice colorings for r
... organization crowned with success ,...bloD. In Hr.r4.. lOc White Checked Nainsook, 40 'si''t- wii': m< t with the Pensacola i : spe- 35c Tucked and Embroidered Corset Covers to
and is
t nn "TV.UISI! etturch. February:! 1C-1& recognized, now as one Mardi of Pensacola's Gras as fixed fully I EnglMi!'! history u. rich in examples cial Monday.. .. .. .. ..6c go in this sale for. ........................25c New Poatt D ChIne, pretty as a -
of the way in which fashion! in beards See the special fines of White t
il uisi.T! of great!; ability will be new Jap silk and washable 19c value
institutions as is the magnificient harbor ban hangwl from time to time. The Goods on sale Monday at lOc( 19c and 59c Tucked and Embroidered Corset Covers, to ?
enAU are cordially) invited to ati special.. .. .... .. ,.15o
i n.l I 'hh,' upon which: the city is situated. spies sent out by Harold repotted that 23c.: Tiiy .are beauties. go in this sale for ................. ....49<:
stings. Thg first *>-:- From year to year thousands of dollars 1 lot of handsome Organdy = c
the Norman invaders "Ititl almost seem One lot of Best Gowns. Skirts and Chemise very ,
II.UII,11 oe !b\ Tlei. Chas P. Hall on have been added to the cost of $1.39 Silk sell r t
made at
1" ..u. \ < ".-nin? next at 7:30.: Pensacola's cIebrations; from year to to be priest, because I they had all their beautifully made, special Monday .. .. .95c Princess to
40c choicest printings, special
face and both lips shav*'n," which is Special Sale of New }
i .t Wf'n: ark. who has been with year l'ens3.rola'sfarlli Gras pageants 40c Lace Trimmed Muslin Chemise, to go in this
!; r" ie Co.. ar their depot storo for 'I Iuu have enhanced In artistic beauty andInspirin' confirm in the" fiaycitx tapestry. IIwas sale at:...._._.. ................ ...,.......290 1 lot of Union Linen Sittings for t tDon't R
themselves from street wear, all colors, special.19o ,
until would to distinguish
it seem
f'' \era! "uia, baa resigned his posi- 'grandeur : Dress Goods. 50c Lace and Embroidered Muslin Chemise, to
tlIll, :h 'i r.' anti willgo_ to olive, Ala., that the apex of magniflcanca must bo' their hated conquerors that the Englishwore i go in this sale at. ................ ...........35c73c fail to see our stock' of new< ,
1i II"' reached in this jeer's paraa's; which their hair long. Stow speaks of white good. They are the finest ever'
rai"y charge of the HandCos 1 lot fine Bradford Mohair Suit Embroidered and H. S. Ruffled to
Chemise .
Lultlh' will occur on Monday at noon on the long hair a* well as beards in Henry ; ;
store at that place. 26th, and Tuesday evening the 27th, I.'s reign, ")ll'n contended with womenin ings in the" popular'colorings, go at. ..:....... ............ ...............50c 1--

>( ijt' Firs Christian church to-I,j instant. their long l>air'e, and when this decayed I very, social value.-.49c SI.30 Gown. Chemise and Skirts choice line
n-g, Hfv O. P. Spiegel will) Ten thousand dollars is the ap-proxi- : through old ago; they knit about New Mohair Glace, all colors, a to go Monlay: on special: bargain counter at1.19 Closing Out Sale of {
VJ n .. special sermon to tha touri niatd cost of this year's Mardi Gras great bargain for this sale per
i j. ( their heads: certain rolls and braidingsof ... . 59c |1,00 Embroidered and Ribboned Chemise to go
*lu yard :. .
> are m the all of'ho1'.1 celebration in Pensacola. :
city false hair." The monk 'Vaistan described in this sale at .. .. ......... .. .. .. .. .75c Blankets and Comforts.
a. nvitul with their friends aad the Two toned Mohair Crispine Suit-

|'n' :" i'f generally, The subject of the! i ito ( AVERTED WAR. the practice of wearing the Ings, very stylish, $1.23 valueto 65c Tucked and Ruffled Gowns special prica for r .

,*tIlt'' d.Ulrp. !:s will .be. "Tourists! and j) DOLL hair long as "immoral criminal and go at.. .. .. .. .. . 98e this sale. . .. .. .. .. .. .. ...49o 90c 10-4 White Blanket to go per ttz

!h <11! u Miss: Burrow will sng.1: Klndnra" to .4 pa die Child Prevented beastly" When one of its long haired $1.39 Liberty Prunella Suitings, 75c Lace Trimmed Gowns to go in this Clean pair.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .45e

M.m 'ad vi!)..\. A doll once averted a war with red- as many of the tresses that lay un- shades, special. .. . 98c special.. .. .. .. .... .... ..$1-25 j

,\ arise eagle, which killed skin An American general was trying ter.: his consecrating: band as he could 1 lot of finest Rainproof Suitingor Best $5.00 all wool 10-4 Blanketsin
was re-
C"i' "' b\ Burrell Martin East Bay !: to put a band Apachm back on manage in the rather limited time at Skirting, regular $1.75 value, gray or white, special, per } ,

I 1- "n -sh'bition! at the Pensacola on mar- their own territory, from which they big disposal.: I special. .. .. .. .. .. .$1.39 Monday BargainsFor pair. .. .... .. .. .. .. ..52.85
l" had persisted In breaking out but 1 lot of 50 inch Scotch Tweed Suit G
''in Souta Palafox street, and Is $8.59 10-4 White California: all
catch them without killing worth $1.25. Monday One Hour Only From
>; '* m? much attention. The eagle could not Londoa and flew Yrlc. ings, special Blankets scoured and
fc-i them and that he did not wish to do. .. ..' .. .. .. .... .. ..... .550 wool ,
N 1\ "(m preserved, and is one of the The contrast between society in London 9 to 10 o'clock.One shrunk, per pair, .. .. ...$3.95 :
l it'.!, ,- ,.\-.r seen; around here. It His men captured a little Indian girl and New York Isnot.so great aw "<' OY>
"I. t' .'r'i feet from the tip of one and took her to the fort. She was suppose. There are more low lot Torchon Lace Edge and $1.00 Comforts, extra large, to go t z zt zt
.. many HandkerchiefSale. for.. .. .; .. .. .. .. .. ..69o
!l-!; o he tip of the other quiet all day. but her beady black ey" dresses and diamond tiaras in Lon Special Lace Beading for 1 hour only, #

watched everything. When night came. don and more smart tidy women In per )yard. .. .... .. .. ...1cBest $!.OO Comforts, extra quality and '
'I I Ut finest that money can produce however she broke'down, Just as any New York; more beards In London lOc and 12V e Outing Flannels best cotton filled special for this -

Imo' [tlnn: ..n Lemon and Vanilla. Ab-, white child would have done. The men end more clean shaven chins In Man for this sale. .. .... ....60 sale. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.19
Nlilueh' pure, goes twice as far and 1 in vain to comfort her, but finallythe There hotels in 5c) and 7c Torchon Laces and In- ,
tried hattan. are larger New
to close out
We have just received the entire $:..:d0; and $3 Comforts j,
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de| sertings special. ..
erts the "Blue Ribbon Fla. 3asc39c
I.. agent borrowed a beautiful do York and bigger' shops; there are red sample line of a prominent Ballast now for for choice.. .... ....$1.98 f. .
Two sizes. lOc and :25c.! from an officer's wife which had belonged pillar boxes in London and smaller all Wool Tricot Flannels togo
Handkerchief Manufacturer. By this for. .. .... .. ._ .. ...18Y2c
to her little daughter, and promIsed ones in the city on the island. In
gray fortunate purchase, we are a position
10 yards best Standard 5c Calicoes
FOREIGN ETIQUETTE. the Apache girl that she could But these things are small' details. In to offer the mast tempting bar light or dark colors, to go for..39c Extra Bargains in Coats m
her sobs ceased. She theft the main both cities much Linen Handkerchiefs. -
have It If are alike gains in pure 21 yards extra Stout Sheeting
**..e Thing* HarMleM Her WoaldHe fell asleep.! and the men and wosen behave in Ladies'1' Hemstitched all linen Domestic, for 1 hour, for.$1.00 and Suits.

Dad, Fury Abroad." When morning came the doll was much the same way. Vfe have no Handkerchiefs, mad to retail at 10 yards best Sayles Bleachery

There are some points of foreign etlWUKU clasped in her arms.! Eventually the streets to compare with Fifth avenue, 15c, our special price Mqnday..9c Cambric, regular 12c quality,

?%'/. .t" air absolutely inexplicaU" little Apacbf girl, with her doll wassent and they have no park to compare Ladle extra fine all Linen Hand spscal llfor 1 hour for.. .. .. ,.95o 25 Man-Tailored Wool Cheviot
.: !K. the British mind, and indeed, it back to her peop'e.!' When the with Regent' park and no Westminster kerchiefs would be considered Bo>-sf Overcoats sizes from 4 to Suits, worth $18 and $!O each t1 T
I' "pr dtahtfnl'whether the nations toe'h child reached the Indians ,,'Iththe doll' abbey) But we drive ont and dine a bargain at 20c, special, Monday 8 years, formerly $;; to $6.75 '. principally blues anl black, to
.. .. .... .. .. .. clean them out quick, we say.$8.9Q
I the 122cMen's
'u They are Ilt''ulilrau: themselves( In her chubby bauds It made a great out just same- we eat and think Initial for one hour Monday, only.$1.98 ..
oStr& and dr( s and read just the pure Linen Handkerchiefs A broken line of small Men's
:any explanation. Why, for iniiai sensation among them and the next same, or :3 Black and White Worsted $10 #
*. is It bad visit with the child to anyway so much alike we seem like would be cheap at 20c Tweed and Fancy Worsted .. A
form If you a day the mother came '. Suits, to close out at.... $3.95
Special ;Monday. .. .. .. .. ..15cMen's
*>*ntLnian in his own room to lay: the post. Sbf was hospitably received tine big family party which Is just atit Suit, sizes 33 and 34, formerlysold _.
all Linen Handkerchiefs, a for for $10 Taffeta Silk Suits black and .
12.50 and $13.50,
lour hat should be.-London Black and Whit ,
that on the bed The fact remains and through her the tribe was persuaded great bargain at? .. .... ....18cMen's one hour Monday per suit $5.90 white only, to go at.........$5.90 ,
it i h universally considered tbe monback to Its own territory. t .e
V.*"t to Why TIt.T DM Net W.rk.A Mercerized; Cotton Hand- Full Paper Pins, special for this $16 All-Silk Chiffon Taffeta Suits.
of .
1111 manners New York n..rald. university professor, wishing to kerchiefs, made to sell 2 for 25c sale ............ ..............1c Clean- reep price only......$9.49 t
in Germany it walk's ... ....
you are --- ------ study the tramp question during a Special Monday 2 for 19o $1.39 Black Swiss Taffeta Silk for

: in the garden with a lady and it I summer tour through England Inter- Men's lOc White Lawn Handkerchiefs one hour ......................83c 1 lot Girls' Wash Dresses all
Orl'1lr8 to you to pick'a flower for her stewed ZOOO wandering beggars, whom to go for.. -.. .. .. u ..7c 10 yards Best lOc Zephyr Ginghamnew sizes at special prices ;

1t''f'lltanI', be careful to pluck also a THE 4e,.questioned as to why they did not Men's 8c White Lawn 'Handkerchiefs dress styles, for one hour..69cBe $15 Rainproof Coat, extra good, 7 '
bar or two t) make the nosegay: : com- support themselves by work. Six hundred to go for.. .. .. .. ....5c new full back, In tan or Oxford, '!

fete: Failure\ to do so! ia an insult for : and flfty-thre Ladles' 5c White Lawn Handkerchiefs Special, Monday., ..........$10.39 Hi
bleb yoU : be called to : FOODCURE said they were to go for.... ... .. ......3cLadles' on hand early for this Special
'l rtwiut by her may possibly relative.If willing to work, but could not obtain I 3c White Lawn Handkerchiefs introductory tale, and get oyur share $15 Gray Tourist Coats. new and

nearest male I health. employment; 445 gave matte, unaati to go 3 for.. .. .. .. ..So of the bargains. stylish, Clean' '",dep Monday.$7.90 _
you are asked to stay back to
tea unexpectedly is nature's way factory answers; 301 expressed the
viral m Knglisumau'a house you 11 opinion that no one ought to be obligedto

s'onti not think twice of using Ills work, but If some fools did so they
hJ..hruoht nor be of leading thf'm. (the vagrants)
Grape-Nuts considered they were
rot iu Il1n[ wry such! a thing i is impos- : t Justified in living on them 407. accord.
IlIA' To ark. : for the loan of a halrlr h f Ing to their own statement T. :
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a lluugariau nous1 is uoak.ii.1 -
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,. '- ,. 10 days will prove. to procure work at certain far-
barbarism, and if it were off localities, and the remaining 1M,
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fpective; buyers art Interviewed. including hours, Including the original half, '" -, .
: one who is looking for a factory hour devoted to reading the ads. ,,an*

r fJfJtJtnn ala Jontnalr site. Coming to terms with him, finding the chance, sou will have

he assumes the $800 mortgage and earned $2;) an hour.Business I

6a = I pays you balance in cash. ; deals paralleling the one THE JOURNAL'PANAMA

Daily. Weekl SundaYs Your total expenses In the negotiations cited, many on much larger scales;j

yr I including title search and advertising and more on much smaller, are not,

!r r puBl.ISHED: EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY"., 1 amount to 50. Your net rare in this city:'-'they are occurrin' .
.. .!'!profit on the deal is $950. cc.ntinuaUr.! And nine-tenths of

-ar- :i 1 I Counting the entire actual timeI them! have their origins In what are

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. t I consumed In the negotiations as 3Following 8 commonly called the "want ads." CANAL EDITION!

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MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Ii S Supreme Court D.ecision on I ,.


1 SUBSCRIPTION RATEs.. !g Pensacola Jim Crow Law i ,

i- I Ono Year.........._.;b 00 One Month............ f. 1 : % ,
SIx Months {2r,rCrl r. "r.'rSN pT i Z Mr a.C.CrCiriCrl6 rCS rC,E0. rC
......... J 60 I One .t4i Br rrTA 6"'rC iCf r. 1CTC ra a ll
Week .
l .......... 1& CENTS. BY MAIL 20 CENTS.
I 15
Three Moatha........ 1 45 Weekly PRICE, ,
Edition year.$1 00 j I
I is.the text of the decisionof corpus because in toe I ,
of detscts pelt
Papers OR Sale at loll News St&n4L j I
jI the supreme court on the Pensa-; tion upon which it was basea' The in-. -.
I cola cify ordinance, providing for the
quiry in such cases is not as to the
THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILaD : 'separation of the'race3 in the street technical formality of the showing!t
CIRCULATION STATE ENT CAN BE SECURED. : cars. The case was that of L. BCroomb made to the court for the issuance of i! :
; plaintiff in error vs. City the writ BORDER BLANK
rR but as to the legality of the :
i Marshal C., F. Schaa':, defendant inerror alleged detention! of the prisoner. In1: A suberbly illustrated ..
Otncoa-tOI and 110 East Government Street I th* marshal'having arrested th:> such inquiry the parties are not lim-1 .
TELEPHONE Na 38. I said Crooms for vIolating tie law. I Ied; to the matters specifically St I I work showing Pensacolaas "The, Journal's Panama Canal Edition.The .
jc After reciting the ordinance itself and forth in the petition for th3wr.t; but ,
stating the facts in the case, tha oplu may go outside of these and enquire Pensacola Journal.
PEXS COLA, FLORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11, 1906 ion of the court written by Judge Taylor into any matter that affects tho IC'';a- she is to-day. The most Peusacola, Florida.
reads follows enclosed herewith cents in silver: for
I ,, as : it} of the detention! Th3 writ of Gentlemen: Find
t The Court's Opinion. habeas corpus is a writ of right ,and complete and ,expensive one copy of'The Panama. Canal Edition which please; bend: to
Hon J. Campbell Avery I In such glowing colors, lost everythingthey4 ,At the hearing before the court i U sometimes issued upon very' informal -I the following address.
put into it and their money was commissioner the respondent marshal application. In the history of this special edition ever issued
= and the Crow Law.
squandered with a spirit of profligacy moved to quash the writ of habeas court such a writ was issued by this II ,
Elsewhere this today The the court upoa receipt by it of au informal in Water
on page which even the tremendous expenaltures corpus upon grounds: the Deep City. : y. '.', ; ." "
Journal publishes the text of the supreme of the United States 1st. Ths ,petition upon which saiJ letter! from a colored prisoner in ;. "' :
government writ was issued does not set forth Jail and upon the hearing was discharged of its
court's decision sustaining the I Following are some
on the canal preliminaries durIng -
facts which show sufficient probable from custody Ex Part
i : validity of the Pensacola pity ordnance the past year-could not approach. cause for the granting of said writ. Pell:!. 28 Fla. 67, 9 ,South. Rep. 833 features !
which providss for the separationof Why does not the Times-Union if it 2nd. The facts alleged in the petition But however this may b?, even If tbs I special
the races in the street cars. This is really looking for a parallel exam upon which said writ was issued commissioner erred in denying the I ,I
show motion to quash the writ of habeas
affirmatively that petitioner
decision definitely settles the question pie in this government canal project, 'is not entitled:! to the relief praj'ed. corpus, he was at liberty afterwards i i
not only of the city's right to adopt cite this history of private to correct the 4
enterprise This motion to quash the court commissioner error by remanding the I
and enforce such an ordinance, but of there? It would be a great deal more denied but afterwards prisoner as he old do, and the peti- Over- 100 half-tone views of Pensacola, Pensacola* Bay, and. scenes- .in surroundIng -

F" the constitutionality of such legislation to the point and much more logical raaote an order, as, already stated remanding tioner was not damnified by such subsequent country.

; as welL! than using the example of a small th-a petitioner to custody,and correction.

+'L'' In this connection, the public will privately owned railroad in the United denying from custody.his application It Is contended for discharge here It had is contended'that no authority to the enact City: Council the Page map of Pensacola Bay, showing depth of water and points of interest

lot soon forget the 'part which lion.I. States. that this motion to quash was equivalent questioned ordinance. THIS contentionis about the place. .
y, Campbell Avery, Jr., played in securing And as for the management of our to a demurrer to the pstltion, and ;; untenabH Section ifi of 'Chapter
the result which the postal affairs that upon its denial the petitioner 4513 Laws of '1895, that embraces the Canal W. Ai Blount
supremecourt's the postoffice department should have been A special l article on Pensacola and the Panama by Jr.
discharged, as such character of said City of Pensacola,
.1: decision now establishes of the government, with all ltd
.was admission provides follows
an the as "The
: council "
.f e The Avery till which passed the imperfections. Is by far the most satisfactory truth of all the facts set up In'' the shall,have power) to pass for the government A Review of "Historic Pensacola, by J. E. D. Yonge.

legislature by a.practically unanimousvote publio service enterprisewith petition. of the city and ordinancenot
was, when tested in the supreme which we have to deal to-day This contention te without merit.. in conflict with the constitution of Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal .on Pensacola, by

41t court, declared, on a technical point, and' not even the Times-Union would We moving know of to, no quash such a practice writ of as habeas tnalof the Florida United, and States,Statutes, the thereof.constitution" Sec of Governor N. B. Broward, United States Senator S. R. Mallory, United States Senator

to be unconstitutional. The bill was be willing to turn that to be
W. B. Lamar.A
Jas. P. Taliaferro. and Congressman .
nF not however the first -
measure which run by a private corporation.
had been found unconstitutional and Romance of,the Fleet/'by 1 ; Nellie Cravey ,Gilmore. '
: The ,
In this! case the constitutional point Sunny Side of Life

F" ,Involved was one which escaped the The DeFuniak Breeze An article on "Sugar Cane in West Florida," by Judge Jno. Thomas Porter.
q notice of every member of the 'legislature i. ,

; -a body which contained some Gives Business Men's Banquet. fI' "Pensacola of Forty Years ,Ago," by'Senator Stephen. Mallory. .

of the brightest tegal lights in the The Journal is In receipt of the following -
>etate. Invitation: J An article from'the National 1 Sportsman, entitled "Pensacola. the Fisherman'sParadise

When the state law was found to I' Chas. H..'Bliss. ,
TUB BREEZE \ I! 1 !J by Mayor : .
be defective the movement for Cordially Invites .n,,, f
raceseparation you to be present at Itj) 4
,;k in the street cars which its annual m, 1\ '! ''I\II\!, f Pensacola trade statistics:, from his report to the Chamber of Commerce, by

Mr. Avery's bill had BUSINESS MEN'S BANQUET,
started was not to '
tKi be stopped and the city immediately at theBROWN Secretary W. C. Jones. .

H proceeded to make a Jim Crow law of DeFuniak Springs, Florida HOUSE, Tuesday \ t ..
a its own. In the legal procedure Incident Feb. 13, 1906, at Eight O'clock. .r

to the defense of this law in the It. S. V. P. I l' "'J'... ro
,rI. ,
r : courts :Mr. Avery was associated with! The Journal regrets that it cannot _

,t City Attorney Jno. B. Jones and render be present on the occasion at which[ // '- if The ;work, is attractively, printed' heavy: enameled:paper/. 'arid"'the half.tone

ti valuably service in the presentation j Its contemporary is to be host, but / I views which embellish it are' not only representative of the city's widespread points
or the city's side of the question the invitation nevertheless affords it )1 l
-p1. before the courts. an opportunity to say a word or two It of attractiveness, but they are superb'samples of the engraver's and the printer's art.

., a It will therefore :be t seen that :Mr. on the value of a live newspaper to The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at;the news stands and throughoutthe
Avery's original efforts in the legislature a' live community such as the Breezeis v l l t
to secure the desired separation to DeFuniak. r city and out-of-town readers are invited to send in their orders on the coupon

R of the races was really]] responsible The two are inseparable and one InvalId-Doctor The Doctor', I must Idea.positively Iul.1 contained'in this announcement. Address all orders to
for the law which we now enjoy and* is the logical corollory of the other. .pon knowing the worst The o-,. W.,. t. Ao t Little Tommy ( : J. In the
we have him to thank for it. Without DeFuniak: of course the Dr. Win-Well. I guess .my bill will b oinu"ng"t about JS5.
The 'Journal always believes in giv Breeze could not exist-at least not There' a woman without any arms. i
ing credit to whom credit is due. and in that location-but without the god Mama-Yes CUES. deer, she waa an ancient THE PBNSACOLA JOURNAL

for that reason it is pleased to accord Breeze or some other live newspaper Little Tommy-Why. mama I dldn' ,

r Mr. Avery, as the public does, DeFuniak would be far from days.know that.they bad automobiles In thostf
the credit for this consummation of
being a live town. Probably no one
4 a great' public ,demand. knows how much Editor' It. W, Pensacola Florida.
Storrs and his paper have done for '''1f a ,

An Unfortunate Comparison the Chautauqua city ana> it would o:f .lr "
i\ .
course be impossible to make a ) J

4. of Private and Public definite calculation of the result o:f -- ......:..;rB

Ownership. the work that,has been accomplishedfor

the town by means of the paper, tion 17 of the same chapter providesthat I of (;Jacksonville Involved in that cas The Journal
Government ownership, or rather but we do know that DeFuniak is one "The council shall have powerto makes no exception in favor of nurses Printed During -

anti-government ownership, seems to of the very neatest, cleanest most pass ordinances Imposing fines not as does the Pensacola ordinance, In January
be a favorite theme with our metropolitan prosperous towns in the state or: exceeding sixty days or both. Un this ca e. The same assaults were 1SG6t
der these two sections we think it made upon the Jacksonville ordinancein
contemporary, the (Jacksonville
Florida. This fact taken in
connection to that case that made in this
clear that sate city was empowered are a Total of
Times-Union, and it Is fond of with the appearance, and condition enact and to enforce< the questioned case, with the exception of the conten-
citing as examples for its argumentthe of some other towns where no. ordinance, tions therein above already discussed,
t Key West railroad, a private proJect such a paper exists is a pretty conclusive It Is -next contended that section and what is saij in that case as to
& and the Panama of the ordinance excepting all; the other questions involved in 151,000COPIES
Canal a government argument a3 to what a once. seven this
with force to
4wise case applies equal
nurses in charge of children or invalids -
undertaking. The followingIs newspaper can and docs aoomphsh i this *
case, and fully decisive thereof.
of from the provision
the other
1, ; a Sample of what It has been telling for any place. I race .
of the ordinance Is an unreasonable -
us: The Journal feels sure that the i classification of persons. The Finding no error in the record the
Shall we have government control I Business :Men's Banquet which the I \ S main puposa of the ordinance is to judgment of the l Circuit Court in this or an average of

t+i of transportation facilities? We heardaily Breeze Is to give Tuesday night will i separate the races on street cars, but cause is hereby affirmed at the cost
a of failures in the management Major. that this section seven, excE'pUngl)of the ,plaintiff .
i (prove only an enjoyable error.SIIACKLEFORD
occa- The Politician-You said before you
of postal affairs. Is it probable that i were nurses from its provisions 5.07
.. the postoffice is more difficult than. stop! but an affair which will cement elected that you' would share your last unjust and unreasonable classification I C. J., COCKRELL
the railroad In a more perfect unison of 1"- dollar with me. '! HOOKER, WHITFTELD and PARK.j .
problems? The question object I Newly Elected Ma>or-I ,know bur it* defeats the whole puropse of the ordinance -
' Is one between private and pabllc the leading business interests of the Coins lo be a lone time before 1 get dote by permitting nurses of either j :HILL J. U', concur.Irtslllast. DAILY
ownership, and, as a pointer, we notethat little Chautauqua city. to my list dollar race to rids In the compartment or I
; private ownership is building a I lot u"Teacher.He car devoted to the opposite rac. wh n|! The following figures show fht P-.
F, railroad to Key West with much more In charge of children or Invalids off 1 i 0.
-I never kissed a girl before. A darky sacola Journal's circulation for each
!t;" success than tho government is building Did You Ever She-Then don't start In on me. l"m'r.... ... such opposite race. tinge who had obtained a mar day during the month: of Janu r,,
Make S25an license from
; a canal from ocean to ocean. Can't Dine no training: school. ___ There is no merit in this oont n- the register of deeds I 1906, with the num >pr "f
!' : learn at Halifax returned next; average
we by experience?
day with
fact that chU invalids the
sion The 'ren and copies
Hour Ads? daily:
by Reading .Iit"eDse and asked if: be
" r The Times-Union is unfortunate in I; require the constant care and couldn't get his Jan. 1, _.... Jan. 17, 5709(:
Its examples. Why Is attention of their nurses makes it money back. ou'e.. Jedge," he ex.
4 it necessary tot Suppose, that;; in the course of half It plained. "1 Jan. 2, 5,700 Jan. 18 57W
:;; s. thought I
cite highly reasonable that a law making wuz 'bout ter Jan. 3 19 a,7W
the proposed East Coast railroad en hour's reading of the 5,700 Jan ,
classified:!:f 'provision for the separation of the marry a woman wid some ,7W
money iT'en Jan. 4, 5,700 Jan. 20, *
Key West (a small thing as compared ads: you come across an lo en bf>hol', she
announcementlike I.I I. races should make an exception that 4J n.t hare enough ter Jan. 5, 5,700 Jan. 21. 60CJ
: with the canal) as an illustration this: I I.I would prevent the separation of such .en' me on my ODl7moon.-We1!' : Jan. 6, 5,800 Jan. 22.

r when the history of the Panama FOR SALE-To close estate, plot children and invalids from their News Jan 7, 6,000 Jan. 23, ),&

U Canal Saving Bank, 170 U. S. 283 18 ,Sup. t Them f
r kind of an illustration of the resultsof streets; price, $1,000, part private enterprise In canal building X., etc. I I 221.: 26 South. Rep. 18S; State ex rel. Ins list of blunders made by his poorer Jan.; 10, '5,700 Jan. 26, 5.?
Jan. 11, 5,700 Jan. 27,
"' ? You know the neighborhood. ,and tho Lamar v. Jacksonville Terminal Co, customers;: "Catc a ,an eel" for cochineal I Jan. 12, 5,750 Jan. 23, 6,
+' When tho United States government property. and having $:200! to invest, 41 FJa. 363 27 South., Rep. 221; Piss; ; pro6perous patfe" for phosphorus Jan. 13, 5,750 Jan. 29. ,. .

ri( paid the defunct Panama Canal you buy the' property, paying that I sy.v.,Rep.Ferguson 1133; ,Anderson 163 U. S.v 537. Louisville, 16 Sup'Ct. paste "grease it" for creosote; f Jan. 14, 6,100 Jan. 30. 5.60

Company:) $.{OOooOOO for what it amount in cash and giving a mortgagefor I 4fl. &. N. R. Co., 62 Fed. Rep. 46. The fishy water". for vjchy water; "guitar" I Jan. 15, ..... Jan. 31, 6,109
' l claimed to own in the canal zone, private the remafn;( r. statutes in both of the two last cases for dng catarrh, "; "everlasting" for' efferves-- Jan. 16, 5,700

enterprise had for nearly 30 On the day that you take title .. r cited made the same exception of -
i ?ears been tryiirg to build the canal you nurses as does this ordinance, and In Total for the month.....151,000
Insert this advertisement under neither of them were the acts held to Fore .f Habit --
t and had, failed.. Hundreds of millions heads: : "Real Estate for Sale" and i of dollars had been poured hrto the "Business,'.Opportunities" and exceptionWe been under the knfei"

project which private enterprise was FOR 'SALE-Four ,lots 25x100 single .. have just dec id an! at the present "Dear'me I don't know; bat be's become I hereby certify )>hat the **..."..
engineering and had been lost like or together; $500 per lot, cash. term the casa of Andrew Patterson, so accustomed to it that he lies statement Is correct according to
so much water poured Into a rat hole. Ideal) factory site; or favorable loan 1 . Thousands or a Tonne Hoateafc. Jailor, Defendant in Error, involving tees a doctor,"-Chicago Record.Her- FRED A. SWEET.
of the peasants of France, may be secured for building apartment "Mary, brine Dr. Preachlt: ome mo* t dot C'a'ea. tho validity of an ordinance of the ald Circulation Jlanag'
whose small'savings had been en- houses or stores. Address, Y, Jrtlr.- IC fbartnt-Mr. Tellltt says that life 10 1 City of Jacksonville that contains Sworn to and subscribed before o9
trusted to the scheme which De ,Les- .""Shure. mane. an' I .pHt the whole 1* *orth Jirln*. substantially the same provisions as Arctic explorer' of January. 1906.
the this 31st
etc.In the Clarence-Yes. ,and every little pain ball My aurora pro-
n pantry floor mum.and yes baa tal the one under discussion la this .
R i saps and his associates had painted course' of '10 days several pros- I could scraps vp. mum." sett he hikes ,to see,a deeMCt with the exception that the ordinance case, bs Enees an .gr* &bl., prickly. attmnab" PERRY DICKENjCotary Pu9:1C'ir. ::!

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iIe4Essenhia1Points.f ..


-_ I'.' 6 FORBES ]

For a Well Dressed Man at the yard was shipped in from the :
are Despite Fact that Nearly One north. The navy department' has decided -

1st. That his Clothes shall be perfectly comfort- Third. of Employees Have this that state the is juniper Just as good wood as growingn whitecedar "The Quality Store"Sale I

, which is now being used but
able. Been Laid Off. the juniper cannot be obtained as

(Our Strong Point) there are no mills in the state that ,
-1 timber to any great extent -
2nd. That the Style shall be up-t -date. NEW BUILDINGS ERECTED AND Begins Monday, February 12, 8:30: Sharp.

(We are ''Awake) OTHER RECENT IMPROVEMENTSWORK WIreless Telegraph Station.

3rd. That they shall conform perfectly to the =: ON WAR VESSELS..- this One interesting f>t the! most place notable is the features wireless of

telegraph station; a practical develoP. Embroideries Embroideries !
body. THE WIRELESS TELEGRAPHYPLANT ment of the highest type of scientific : :

(We Build them That Way) '. AT THE YARD.In thought; an; arrangement of most 'complicated
and mechanical devices, that
4th. That the Material shall be Stylish and have practically annihilated space; a 4
DurableOur machine that enables man to almost The First Big "Forbes" Special
spite of the fact that congress instantly communicate wjth other stations ,

( Line Is a.Demonstration of the Point) failed to pass the deficiency bill early thousands: of miles distant in Season 1906.
in the session and
that aboutone- less than a second.
If you would be well and comfortably'dressed third of the workmen have been laid The station at the navy yard is
of at the navy )yard remarkable scenesof' with tire DeForest System I
give us your order for that Spring Suit. We build unusual activity seem to prevail at of wireless telegraphy which Is recognized UNHATCHABLE STYLES AT AN UNMATCHABLE PRICE !

them right here. that place.At by the government as superiorto a
the present time there, are engaged the Marconi ,or any other system
in various occupations in the of the kind. Beginning promptly at half past eight Monday Feb. 12,
neighborhood of four hundred' men This plant Is designated as a ten we usher in here the first great Embroidery Special of Corset CoverFlouncings
Reese-Mendel Tailoring Company and the handsome new buildings under kilowatt power" station or measured the season of 1906, when we offer something over three
construction are being pushed general terms, is equal to about thousand yards of beautiful Cambric Edges Flouncingsand !
rapidly to completion.The 7.46 horse power. The little machine Insertions from two to twelve inches in width. ,
11 North Palafox St. Phone 675. new $100,000.00 'Quirment> called the Electroylectic that receives
building structure whose imposingand the delicate: magnetic waves, has a
'" magnificent, outlines do credit motor generator, generating alternat- At the Uniform Price of lOc YdNot Twenty-five pieces exquisite Corset lit

." ," Flounces, 17 and 18 inches wide all t''
a yard in the whole three thousand worth leas than open work designs and finely needled.
v*2-a* ** $--MK iY -
-H $ f 10c and from that up to 25c.

I AMUSEMENTS i .. See them in Our Big i North Window.Then Actual Worth 39c. t}

irWmS i be here promptly at 8:30 to secure your share. EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY
*x"-ddli'a'itY*.rfrh,6*1,7r,1liy'*;4H J6: ?tti W "ii-'M I af'F H FperuchiGypzene ; Ts.f Ts.

-- '" : ; ,I:'::. This Sale is for Cash Only 25c the Yard I

Midnight Sfarriage." It Is a so- ,. i.. .. .
Co. drama and has been const ructed r. :.' .

Chrfso D. Peruchi, wlio is orfginal lines with a touch ot real f

.kt'..1m own dian as will tho be Southland's seen at success."A accounts that is at for all the times fact ,refreshing that it is if Towels Towels Towels fiji

1IOUB- for one week ; of the greatest successes' of the /4I/U\ 2' iJ \
morrow.Mr. gs at the present time. 1 .
PeruchI" ts! In the" lead
a fun maker and by his own Recital Monday Night. FORD TO MISS
methods; scon.s a decided elocutionary recital at Library

a lr ONE HUNDRED DOZENDouble 1 i

d Twisted'Warp'' and Filler Bird-eye.
M !
V t 4qM

v f Huckabach Towelsworth

wholesale one dollar and twenty cents a dozen. Will go on sale here MONDAY PROMPTLYAT
rA .
I 8:30 at

Y t C h,Ys f 1Oc each ; 3 for 25c. f.f.. 1

Not over five dozen to any one customer and for cash only. See them in our big South Window =


0 _J pieces new Spring Zephyr Just received our new spring Final clearance: sale Monday ;
W.p r.IEtyE Wireless Station at Navy Yard. line Fancy and Plain Ribbons JJ'IJ
ai Ginghams in an entirely new of all Flannel Waists regard
both strips ranging in price from
line of colorings less of cost.
?) worth 8 1-3 5 to 75c yard. .
to' the most modern style of architecture lag1 currents at 110 volts which are and plaids, actual 'Bands in $1.00 Waists 69c fI-,
See the now Neck
will in the course of a few weeks sent through a.:transformer that in- and lOc yard.Monday $1.50 Waists $1.19. i A
bo ready for occupancy. In this build. creases the power to 30,000 volts. 10 yards for 65c Roman stripes. .l m

ing will be manufactured all of the Break the. Ether: *
mechanical appliances that are required ilsSHi
R.. to outfit a "man of war." The alternating current whirls Js broken Dozen Men's 50c Chambry and Negligee Shirts QQo
across a large war cap up 2' 5
La aM Only a short distance from the the "Aerial" wire In the form of dots This Sale for Saturday and Monday Only. All Sizes from 15 to 17. UUU I : i
: M equipment building, looking n th, and dashes, the dots and.dashes break. 1ii
can be seen, climbing skyward a won
ing' np the electricity or in the
derful example of twentiethcentury ,
air,- and traveling thence in all directions
masonry in the form of a huge brick the strength of'which can be e
will be In-Pensaco- chimey which at the present time I Yours for Quality A!
Chelso D. Peruchj and Miss Mabel Gypzene, who regulated 'by patent coils called "tun-, i
itself to a height of one hundredand ""
la all next week. rears ers, Ships tuning their instrumentsfor \
thirty feet with twenty' feet still ,jj4.
different magnetic waves, can pick
to be added), capping the lofty structure up various stations, each individual W. J. & B. FORBES1 "
:-T* l m irrepressible" mischevious, and Hall Monday night by Miss J. B. Bar- off at a height of one hundredand wave having a different tune. 1 jt f

broadly farcial at all times and inva- nett promises to be a rare treat for fifty feet. The receiving apparatus !is of sucha 1-\k...f'
:+:ai>K secures a laugh in his= lines.! all who love elocutionary: art. New Power House. sensitive nature that waves from _-.-. -
II lr! '. ruchi is supported by Miss The entertainment will 'be street und r the ;Around this chimney;! has just been Dry Tortugas, which is only a 2 ki-! ,)I __ Ii.._ r .,,-_ '-I-.... .I
MaGypzenc, the bright and dainty auspices of the Gadsden the will bs completed the foundation for the new owatt'station, have been received. Of __ __ "rI
and program ---- -- -
iflc <- medvne who: is bound to worth Lsague from which will be fur- course the waves ran stations of --
iruti ,. an Instantaneous hit. She is interspersed with local musical talent. power nished house power to run all of the "m87 greater potter are more easily dis- tinguished y the 'POwer of each I NN..N...N......NN....NNN N..N...NN..N !f..
fmuiiil.; and sweet Her gaiety is in- The public is cordially invited. chanical and engineering departments, capacity.Signal bein.1 : ,4i t
'ri.. her smite winning her man- also electric lights for the regulated by tho motor :1
supplying ii No Trouble to a Hasty
'' ,ilHigntful! aaa' the transitions "My child was burned terribly about yard. The power house of course will Long Distances. I Prep.are I !
"::1\ i. htness to impetuousness in be built complete, of 1450 miles!1
and chast I applied as architecturally Valentine party distance
face Points at
fT\''ririiaracters is the a I gJ
aI"' chown. The sue management portrays basrrollnd..d Dr. Thomas' Eclectric OIL The pain and mechanically as art, science and can -be easily communicated with,and!| As Well As a Pleasing Luncheon : 1.{
make it
ceased and the child sank into a restful human skill can and will add from such > JI
'i the leads with a compe- M. Hanson, one more touch of beauty to this interesting ---at--- messages are often caught i I*
-i company of recognized artists sleep. -Mrs place.A distant stations as San Juan: Cape : When you have such "palate: ticklingdcl.caci!. 8 as can always ++ :i.1t.
hr! !pav!: selected for Monday night is Hamburg N. Y. new telephone system has been Kansas City. St. Louis and: placesall I. 'bo had from the Popular Grocer.. There's Chicken Loaf Veal :tM ,)

"!' h__ -- installd recently giving service to Palafox, Street M. E. Parsonage. Cod, the Atlantic coast and Ham Loaf Corned Beef Hash. Chipped! Deaf, Luncheon i : r.. ;:
----- ---- along and Brakfast Bacon in tins and glass ?+ 't
Beef' Sliced Ham ; also.
ninety phones and making direct ,
about received through ,
TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR EAUTYaJ connections with the long distance ."*\r- The messages are : Calves' Brains"-prices range from 15 to 25 cents. Cross k. tBlackweil's 71-
: giving the the same head gear as used in telephone Chow-Chow In bottles with patent stoppers, 33c.: O qj i "
lines navy" yard a
hitherto uuenjoyed'servlce.' exchanges and the Morse telephone Crystal Domino Sugar in 5-pound sealed packages. 60 cents :
Feb. :
I Tuesday Night, 13. with Phone order; it will bo given prompt attention. .1J.ljh
: N1D1NE FACE POWDER. :Among. the many vessels now laying code of dots and dashes : us your :
up for repairs are a few -that are : is the method used in .lilt .
if( ix OBK'BN lions O"lLT: well known in the history of the SPan. : slight chcngss : 14WG rden The Popular : X11 d
sending messages. AGO BY
'j I K SUPERIOR Hi QUALITY. !ish-American war. One of ,considerable II receiving masts in the illustration : Phone 183 Grocer. : : fi
/ WATER. If had fun at The two
note is the Spanish cruiser Isla ever any a
NADINE Face Powder is compounded and d'3 Luzon, captured on the memorable Valentine you in life shown have ten wires These stretched wires fran are t...................................................; ;
raoCKKS. Party
t by* HBWLY DISOOVBRV I I your one to the other. 'h'J
Produces a beautiful, soft velvety>t>- morning of May 1, 18&8. when Admiral Aerial," and are con'netted .. .-- I
: --
-- ..
: the ..
it this as ---- --
will have known
'remain until &h on occa- 'Ji{
which deers George Dewey steamed into Manilla you the
Ladies pea.raDr'e who nee Nadine re Powder tn with the instruments in ........; NN .NNN...N N N NNN if
e boxes are sure the complexion will. be fresh Bay and sunk or captured: th?,entire sion, and you are hereby invited i station below, instantly reporting the r-
and lovelv at Hotw-nf the' evmiDg. THE Spanish fleet. A patch directly underneath they are receive!
QUALITY 13 EQUALED.entirely Buy one MtUfind 50 cent the ponson of this historical :. to attend. delicate waves as height of the masts, NOT FURNISH ,'I Iff!
package and if you are not The greater; tne WHY
vessel remains visible that
notify us. ani we will promptly uercaoYOUK a mark I Admission, 10 Cents. the better the service. They must also | -
of ,
HONEY. tells the great sea fight one of th trees or high roofs
Sold bv Wdias drorristg, or nail. Price 10 be away from any I
most notable in the

tP fN Prepared cents. White by.,Flesh., Pink.Bruaelt. warfare. Did Good Service.history naval that sage of would the magnetic tend to obstruct waves. the pas,i I A COZY HOME? J. A ,..!.,

ADINO GIRDI, National Sold in prnsacola Toilet 1,1'Co.all leading Paris druirglato, Tenn. The Glocester service during which did the some Spanish-excellent ,MONDAY NIGHT Cures Sciatica D. I i Why not put aside a few dollars from your, : 1 r.t>:j. ..;'
Riley, L. L. Cuba
-, .-. .- -..- .. -- --- American in Rev. W. and for :
--- -- war Cuban waters, is York writes: After fifteen : earnings each week or month pay awell'furmshed
another one of Uncle Sapi's war vessels ..at.. of excruciating pain. from sciatic home t
that is worthy of mention. Previous days i !
Under the rheumatism under various treatment t.

Agairi of Gloucester to the was outbreak the private of the war yacht the of LIBRARY HALL I was induced the to first try application Ba.llard'sSnow i ": ;;
HOUSE 1 Management Liniment;
LEWIS Lewis the great financier J. Pierpont Mor giving my first relief and the second: | That Will Endure i iW
Mrs. gan, and this boat, among several entire relief. I can give it unqualified,
others that and trans Aq elocutionist of rare ability
were purchased J25cr 50c, $1.00. S01.1br
New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly, Renovated' formed into fighting vessels,. became all druggists. | For a Lifetime. :
the of the It is
Trade property government. Mrs.. B. Barnett. 1.d
Convenient for Transient stated that an appropriation of $80. .
Especially AID :
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. 000 has ben requested for repairs to formerly instructor of elocution in the LADIES- MARDI GRAS EXCURSIONThe ; Remember, you can buy now and pay later.I .
OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, this vessel. I Beautiful Suites of Furniture from S20 tot : i.'
M. C. F. Instituteof Jackson. Tenn., Ladies Aid Society of the Pres-
The water front as well as every will give tome of her humerous anddramatic brterian' church will give a Mardi' $125. Rockers SL25 to $20.. "$
1':""::.. ." __ _. = -.-- ---- -- ----- other part of the grounds: present { selections. Gras bay excursion oa the fine tug; :f'
many interesting objects to the eye She is one of the finest elocutionistsof Monarch Monday. Feb :!6. Like every .
of the visitor, this fact being evidenced I the south charming, fascinating, which thee ladies manage -
1 by the number of tsurcsts that ; entertainment t MARSTON&QUINA : :
VALENTINES SELLING FAST throng the place daily. inimitable. the event promises to be a most :1:,
Brings an audience to tears or enjoyable affair.
Our Valentine counters are crowded. More will be sent out. To Use Florida Timber. laughter at pleasure.Her 108/110 S, Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. ,
year. Buy'early ''for- best'choice- An authoritative statement was given will be interspersedwith NOTICE W. O. W.
this previous
than program
)year any '
Comic mechanical, fancY. art and post card Valentines. out by one of the officials in,regard to local talent! !in music. Members of Hickory Camp attend No. thefuneral 21W : H 4 M MM M M <*

Prices range 1 cent to $L25. the state of Florida supplying the You cannot afford to'miss It. O W., are requested daxence to Oerttng -- -- I
great amount of timber' used there In of Sovereign :1 --------, -- - -
Cae's :E3oC>] EJ1ore.; ship building! > that should<
ph Itl Sfh PallleY Shut. _:'sdy nsao.la_ j eyes of enterprising capitalists"'of( Pen.,Epworth LeagueADMI&SION LG Ruaa.street, Monday afternoon at 3 READTHEJOURNAL f
l.. ea.235. sacola.. All of the timber: note aced 35 AND 25 CENTS. .o'clock. 1... t


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Accepted the' Bid of. the Southern, Bridge Company, Provided that your purchases of drugs, chemicals -

Baldwin, County Commissioners Would proprietary: remedies, ,toilet, articles
Our Cement Building Blocks ? Agree to the Terms. prescriptions on jour doctor's

I order, are made here there's nevera .9ST
approaches It will be constructed for
Our Cement Fence Posts I I GULF. MACHINE WORKS ALSO $o 577, doubt of first quality, never,a doubtas

MADE BID UPON BRIDGE OVER The Gulf Machineorka offered to to your getting the exact article
Our Sidewalk Paving ? I build a (dauble span brI 'ge for tip) '
THE PERDIDO RIVER, BUT THE sum of $5,443, wita;: steel approaches you want never a doubt as to' our reliability
The bid of the Southern Bridge
I PRICE WAS OVER $1,800 IN EX. Company was finally accepted provided accuracy; and care, jet there's pURE

the and the pocket. CESS OF OTHER BID. the 'Baldwin county commissioner a doubt to the' fairness of the EDI ES
They are pleasing to eye pleasing to 1 agreed_upon same, which Commissioner nc.tJ- .
Hollman stated they would no make Should' be no doubt
price ws
A properly constructed cement block building will give far i doubt; do. :
The matter of a'steel bridge to span ,The vote 'upon. the acceptance of as,to the wisdom of .dealing with .us.Hooton's .

greater satisfaction than brick, be warmer in winter and coolerin :: County Prdido, Fla.river, and Baldwin'between count Escambia}". Ala., t I tha Stewart bid and Vo'Si'Wiggins tie. voting Commissioners aye and

: was settled l laaf, night so far 'a3 Es Commissioners: Andrews and Sennott Pharmacy
all and about half much. Chairman voted and
summer, dry at seasons, cost, as cambia county ij, concerned, the bid naj.settle;' Uj matter.Avery aye

Now doesn't that look ? All that ask is that investigate of the Southern Bridge Company of Another Bridge. The Birth Place of Prompt Delivery. PHONE 1100.
good we: you ; Birmingham being accepted with the The beard went Upon record as being '

Brick is not durable, has to be painted almost as inserted provision by that the a engineer few change employed may b b-J>' across' in Escambia favor of constructing river, which a dividesEscamba bridge : -

the count'. and Santa Rosa county, TJyqAiIa !

often as wood, and so far as comfort goes no better than wood : When there toe were meeting present was called Chairman to'oraer provided portion the of latter the expense.county would beara v1F,

{I i Avery, Commissioners Andrews, \
Stewart Sennott and Wiggins

Don't stay in the rut ask any up-to- I I ccunty Commissioner was also Hollman present and of occupied Baldwin VAMPIRE-BATS.. 1:' HRMN

o, They Are Pond of Veal Blood *a 4 I ?
a seat among the commissioners.
.C.... Death of Many Calvea. : rf
: date Architect let maker I The first mattr to come to the at-
or us I jtcntion of the board was the permit Vampire bats are found by tLousanu' ; WILL CURE YOU
.planted to J. L. Long to sell liquors In Veragjg and Clrlqul. They are particularly
plans it will .cost \ in the northern suburbs of the county. fond of veal blood, but older ,CURES \
your ; This permit had been grant-d. but no stock 1: end horses, colt: mules and burros -
'. license IS3ud, and upon the protestof all snffer. I did not catch a vam- LIVER, TROUBLESBEST

;ii you nothing. ed.those residing near it was rescind pire at liii work :!though I saw bun- FOR

dreds of 'them, but the cattlemen all m:
Y The Perdido Bridge. I tell .the same story. The vampire settles CONSTIPATIONGUARANTEED: ,
I i The awarding of a contract for thebrla'ge :
somewhere 'on the back of the
s.., We have secured the services of an .expert paver from : then: dicussed.over the; the Perdido agreement river being was beast in the pasture at night and then '

: that each county*aall pay one-half of while slowly fanning its wings to and PRICE 50 CENTS
t Louisville and guarantee our pavements. We use 'concrete the cost on construction. fro cuts a }circular piece of skin one- ALL DRUGGISTS.
Several meetings have already been quarter of nn inch in diameter.
held some of which have been attended Through this hole be sucks the blood -- ,- -
curbs that won't scale off that won't settle and .
; pavements : M'; the"Baldwin"'county commissioners till satisfied..

: Lat night, however definite aceon' One wound would be of little
consequence -
break and it was decided upon and the plans Delicious Eatables !
costs more. !
r ; you no and specifications of two firms ;were nor would th.loss of blood do

."'"" I :'ron Ider d., They were the Gulf Machine much damage were that alL but half..a

Works.of this city; .and the dozen vampi-es may feast on one poor ,
m Do your Fence Posts need renewing? Let us figure with 'I' Southern Bridge Company of Birmingham calf or on the back of a saddle horse -
The commissioners entered I In one night.. The calf Is badly] weak.
11 Our made to meet be the Into a lengthy discussion as to the ened by the loss' of blood while'a sad- For Bre.akfast" Dinner, Supper, Lunch.
you. posts are any requirement, : merits of the two biii's: there be- dle horse so served is worthless until

ing a difference of opinion among the the wounds are entirely healed. But
: ; i fence wire or pickets, and they last forever. They cost no : memhyrs, that is not the worst result of the bite:
I!! Captain Turtle, of Fort Barrancas, The.region swarms. with a pestiferousfly SLICED APRICOTS, IN HEAVY PRESERVES IN JARS, 25c, SIt
than wood. I : who had been engaged by the board to
more that Boon after daylight finds the
look over the plans recommended the SYRUPS, 20 CENTS PER CAN and 75c.:
>a acceptance of the.bid of the South'rnI' wound and lays eggs in it. Unless! the

Bridge Company which' the company wound is properly cleaned and dressed SLICED PEACHES, IN HEAVY ASSORTED JELLIES IN GLASS,
agreed to construct for $3,657;; withfrtE'el with a waxy salve within forty-eight ;
UP 399
I' approaches. :The bridge; is to be hours after the vampire's attack the SYRUP 20 CENTS PER CAN. 10c, 15c and 25c..
m 135 fet in length and should the animal
wlJJ.bP. destroyed by the
Or drop us a postal, and ws shall be pleased to give commissioners .decide to, hate wood of the., fly. The percentage progeny of- 'STRAWBERRIES, .IN HEAVY MAPLE SYRUP, IN BOTTLES, *>

you estimates. I calves' thus killed is large in spite of SYRUP, 25 CENTS PER CAN. \ AND 40 CENTS.
the watchfulness! of the cow herders.
Panama Correspondent;
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I Old Proverb TAn With a New, Applies I

tion. T4I .1Iz tha....
The wood are full of "so-called" JL innn Ixj-f lad been ponlsded ant EAST HILL GROCERY CO.
You May Pay for Paving on the Installment Plan. remedies for Baldness.!:; tat confteqneucA was feeling at enmity .1.1VVOC
I You mar call anything: in creation arcme4lr
-jrjth all the virld. but with his fathet
but to use them is like lockIng -
; the stable after the horse is stolen In partJ ulaWhen be came to say PHONE 212. HAYNE AND GADSDENAll ,
j Baldness ana' Dandruff: are caused 1 to> praters ct night he gabbled tferougfe! ,. .
--- ----
I M a ';('rm-if you\ don't> kill the germ ahem" at a high rate of speed and while -
the germ will kill the hair Uklug for the customary blessing on > D1 I NOTICE
= 1 I Scientists have ,labored with the all the other members of the family,
Pensacola Cement Stone Coot
problem of a pr ventative Baldness including the cat he left out his of- kinds' that want.
: for many -.'.earsI tending parent you The Woolley Sanatorium,the on!' m
I Newbro's Herpicj] !'" is the product of His mother understood, but thought stltute in the United States where 'h
.. j i a modern idea, 'and will cure Dandruffand It best to appeal to his better self." OAK AND PINE Opium, Cocaine and Wiskey hat--,
prevent Baldness b-IHC' germs; can be cured without expo'iiran!
"Harold. she said
:'t cannot exist when you apply Herpicide. sweetly whai cheaper than you can buyit with so much ease fer tins patient .It
j -- --- -. "' .. ._ ,! about papa? You forget, dear. anywhere' Any size you 30 dajs time, required. D<*nn\
- -
-- - Doift
Herpicide is a valuable hair dr'tsin/C I "Didn't.* want papa blpusfdPby : want. your case and I will write you a,
and scalp disinfectant as well as a I "\\ Harold, when you love him opinion as to what I ran a'r/lTlrII":\ +
cures for Dandruff.For I cot! Just think, dear Papa has gone for jou. Ask your family phyplrlaa
sale by W. A. D'ANmbert-M: i j I dowTto""ru now, and how would you E. G. SEWELLPhone to Investigate."' Dr. B M "'nnl't" i iN IN
druggist anal apothecary 121 South feel If he got lost or hurt because yoa Pryor Street Atlanta fla
.\' Palafox: street, or send lOc In stamps hadn't prayed for him?" 614.

% for sample to The Herpicide Co., De- This fa ther worked on the boy** _.__. -- .- --
: ::7' troit. Mich.A I mind,.and slowly he began to clamper Report of the Condition of the

; I out of bed when just as lie pot on his Timber LandsForSale
i knees he heard the familiar click of The Citizen's National Bank
y/I % \ GENT''_ MAN'S TASTE IS BEST']I.: Us father'a key In the lock. "I guesa
SUITED WITH A at. Pensacola,.
I'll risk UP he announced and quick
1 aa a wink ;gimped back Into bed.-Lip IX TUB STATE OF I
I I JANUARY: 21306: _

ConrfrnlDR Livery RI... Resources. We have them. Several sp'enfl't! '
the qualities of fia roc. aroma J.OInund discounts ... $ !
Why is It that
J'OU'an always aIhery'rlff large l locations
and small turpentine
color and goo material,. is Overdrafts eeured and en-
embodied in it. wheu you see It? Two wom secured 1I9CS3! Saw MIls! and Saw mill locations
en .Tare discussing this question reeentIj. C. 8 bonda; tosecnreclrtulatton; >:UMJIIOU.S Some excellent bargains In !large:
.Ponds on hand............ 1.00UU
S A. Greenhut & Co. I "Well, In the.first place," said oqe. Premium on U.N' bond!*......... 1. 6,OJ and small traits of round and bon l
.i i ...... ......
1 ; "it, Isn't as smart as the private rig. Bonds, wuritle etc 17ll 23Banking : timber )lands.
House Inrnitura and
DISTRIBUTORS, If'If has a ((coachman he i isn't dressedIn fixtures ..................... ...... 1.COO 00 Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
I PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. clean, new looking clothes The Do 'from National and Hardwood lands.

harness has. no bright mountings and Agents Banks: )(not.....reserve.....n........-,r 34.35913 t and Splendid fine list of valuable proper/Stock:
location : or
I as a'rule' the Due from State banks for a Co'ony
BARGAiN If'it horses look' half tired out. and hankers...-.,......_.... 7,34d09 Farm J& South East Georgia.
A J is an open buggy or a two seated Due from approved re- Some of the choicest residue
rig the people in It help to show that it 'Cheeks, serve agent S18. 31.17. places i- the beautiful little city It
and other cash
4 : FOR SALEA I la rented.Th lr!a-e- and actions always ........... 144132 DeFuaiak Springs, Fla. and in Jflltos: .

,. : fi I half block of 1 I Indicate that they are buying a pleasure. No sofotherrationatbank..... -........... 290000 Fla.Our
q JJ ) F People:who own their own'rigs ride in Fractional paper currency prices! and terms are reao
I. ground; 7 room house them more as a matter nickels and
practical! new; wind I I of course.rE'nted A cents.......................... 78338 able.Cal on
rig always has 'livery' written or write to us.
mill barns and 1 other
:i all over it to me." --Those crave IV BASE.TlZ: :
out house Situatedear the correct are probably gpecle...................I1&512UOL
I reasons" ,replied the, other.
Hill line.All l tendemotes- ARD
East car 'gal TURNER
; r.jl I -. for the sum of "But whether they are:or,not 1 knowI < : ...........;..,,16A5iO, 30,11795fldemptionfundwith &AYf
can*always tell a' livery rig when I L. 8. Treasurer (a%
see It just 'Jts I can always spot a of eircull.tion.4'. 12500) Real Estate and

$2,850.00Will bride the and bridegroom when I see them Total............ ..i* --643 COLiabilities. Abstract Company,
treet.r-KanIJu City Times.
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4 ca.'r> 'a mortgage I P;0. Box I 115. OaFunla Sprigs, flsnf'!
; Capital sunk paid in..,.-...:..... I luOrtnooo *
: of $2000.00. This offeris Arc Ion \ervo.sfThe j 8urplu lund..-...r.,..'' ........'.. S.OOJOO: \ I -
for few days Undivided profits, Jess I
good a
man or womau suffering from and taxes paid.....:..expenses.......... 62.3rt632
only. nervousness should seek the ( Katioaal bank notes oatstanding U.OdJUU
ionship of healthy persons 'ompan-I Due to other National $1200Buya
bank..i %. 8128
77i os. Pebley nervousness. The meals ought to be ; Due to state banks and a fire-room: cottage with( *al!
..... .... .
li 8M
eaten slowly &
ordinary hygienic ;r Die to Trust Comm. and hall on Bart Hill, X 8th A'
( Cor. Palafox and Romana Sts. rules are to lie obeyed Will exercises nifs and Having* ca!h. A bargain.
it : are good. The nervous I Bank........;........ 55500 Two lots across street N ofli3'derman's Hr,
_I Dividends 17apeid.i 2,5in.00 tI8-
c- ---- ------- must to use figure of speech, spring'out I Individual deposits sub-. : home for shoi
i of the warm nervous! bed and J'! to cheek......._i_'60212173 Vices ocly at J600.00.
Safes! Safes! ,Safes! plunge luto ,the cold bath of effort i Corti Ca. bi.r'Oed a Cherk cheeks...out....., .1 Cci: uoi Three lots corner Gadsd and raj

The thing .he dreads doing i. the very j I i I standing ........ .... :2420 .. Ine l; with southern expojor" a
Diebold Safes! j
Buy location $950.00.
one be should do. One excellent plan f!'[f Total..................,....... 722AW5., Two lots R La Rua $750.00.
for nervous nen and women Is to attend STATE f ptprft:
Scarritt Moreno Tisit
orescattar..5.s room house gas
: a good theater and watch the demeanor '' COCKTY;
I. K M.: B11 aVore I lights and bath. X Halve $3,150.0i
of some self: possessed actor or named bank doewimntlerwearh house
1 that the Nice modern six room
.F Agent actress. Let them study that demeanor know above ledge l d"d.true to the. best of mr !Cervantes rear car line $1,850.00.f.

\ .. ""\ and try to Imitate It. It will be something R. M BUSHNELL. Six room cottage with -r
for them to do whenVattacked by Cc.hier. I Wright, $1,350.00. .
D*. C. E. ,BENNETT] a liervou5VIPeIL It will be found better day 8ukarribe of FrLruary.iI4.aDJ worn to before me this t>th 200 acre farm with 11 room e
1 t than buttoning unbuttoning M MORENO.; near Pensatola on P. &. .V.. $2.COC.1NC.R.YAEGER

-T OSTEOPATH. \I 'Sloes or indulging in any other or the Correct. Attest: Notary fublle. I

; purpmeless l acts so cowmen to the I ,.
a ';. .. SACOLA .APRIL1st.. :.*, new ua. : < ,'; BIX il, HOBISKON,;.Directors... 636.j .
JIOKKKlBKAR. ) 202 Thiesen: Building. Phone

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Jack Built House HOOTON '&
a ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD For a desirable cash customer, a ,. 4 ,
Hill :-
cottage on East fronting G ds. -
RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY den St. preferred. 'r- Successors; to Tioj. Watson 6 Cx ... ,

LOANED. Leading Real Estate Rental Insurance Agency
at an early date that spread his fame on the pas.s of his FOR .SALE FineTwoStory ,
tory until ho I is known to all tho world. : -

$5000.00will S lots North Hill. ... .. ....$1250!)
List of Desirable for 'Sale.A
'; :; 5 (beautiful lots on East Jackson Property .

With/ a :;. Baylen buy and a plot of ground on corner St .. .. .... .. ..... ....$2600 desirable piece of property on Palafox 'street; a splendid '

Wright streets 75 by 150 2 elegant corner lots on North investment must at .. .... ..$10,000.00
with 6 small ; ,go once.,,. .., .... ....;
houses renting for $45 HUI. .. ,". ...... ....$1500 Seven dwellings and a dwelling and store building, with verynear ,'
per month. This property will surely .Two stores and 2 houses lot 90x. 'I
: half a block of ground. situated on desirable corner
Little Money ; Increase in value very soon $2000 125. rents $681. .. .. ..... ....$4250 Residence near business district; a splendid investment.$6300.00 a very

cash and balance on
Spring St. .. .. .. .. .. ..$4000 street line. .. .. ... ... .$5600.00
One-quarter of block of land car .... .... .... .... .. ..
For the'lot. and' lots MONEY TO ,LOAN. One of the fronting
less trouble than Jack had you can LOTS $50.00on most desirable building lots on North Hill -

build a house. on one of Ibuso lots! on East or North Hill I FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS. (adjoining] residence Mr. south near car line, on corner. 100 by 150, for a few days $3700.00

'Wo V'e'for'a.le, that *Il! have so many conveniences Desirable two story new dwelling on coiner with four lots on

that Jack would turn green with envy.Vith a deed for East Hill between Stoddart's and L. S. BROWN & CO. North Hill. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ,...$3700.00 -
one of these lots we can get jou the money with which LN.. R. R. This locality fast H H. Boyer on East Two story dwelling with large lot 'on West. Gregory street;

-. to put up the house building up and these lots will be "WE good neighborhood. ... .... ...... .... .... ..". .... .$3250.00
I worth double their cost now before SELL LOTS"D. For particulars 1 Comfortable one story dwelling :on DeVilhers street. near

paid: for on terms offered. Garden street, with large lot...... .... ..... .... .... .. .$3250.00
apply to I -r"-entY.fi'e lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets, splendid .

Pensacola! Investment Company $1.00 cash and 50c per week HALE WILSON 6 CO. ; investment, for a few days only.. .. .. .. .'. .. .. .. '..$3275.00
204VS S. Palafox .
I I St.. Fisher Building. The north half of block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137

.4. LCMDERTC, City -. feet six inches each; one block from, electric' car line, and on

Manager.W. Board and REAL ESTATE, McDavid-Hyer Company Havana Square.. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .. .. ....$2000.00
H. KNOWLES, President R. g. SIMPSON, Secretary. Rooms. Two story dwelling at No. 1003( North Davis street with large

J. E. STILLMAN, V.-Pre and Gen. Manager. KNOWLES RENTS AND LOANSWe lot. .. .... .Of .................. .... .... .... .... .. ..$2000.00
HYER, Treasurer. FURNISHED ROOM for rent Agents New York
I I Sir room, story and a'half dwelling with two acres of ground

Rael Estate, Loans, General Investments. suitable for light housekeeping. 500 Life ,Insurance Company. I in western suburbs. .. ..' ..,. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. .. ..$1200.00
W. Gregory. llfeblw I the following! ,special bargains I Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street. 80 by 132: '

215 South Palafox; Street Pensacola, Florida. Nice furnished front room, southern in very rafale'real l estate fora 8 E. Government Street. feet six inches, fronting south. convenient to car line--------S 575.00

exposure; half block from Palafox. few'd y. only. Phone 700., Pensacola Fla. Two story, dwelling on East D Leon street :with large lot. .$ 850.00 z

= 1 Apply 32 EL Gregory. llfeblw SPECIAL BARGAINS. Comfortable one story' dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620,

___ __ ._____ __ u_..-- FOR RENT-Furnished; or unfurmslf 2 lots In block 170 New-City, 80x137 1--- North 'Coyle street..S 800.00
ed 6 room cottage on Big Bayou, feet, on car line .. .. .. .. $400.00 I For Sale. Two cottsgct on West Zarragossa,street, splendid. renting property

HELP WANTED Wanted near car line facing the water ,Address 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads .. .. .: .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .... ....$1250.00

P. O. Box 364. Pensacolaj, Fla. den street*. .. .'. .. .. .. $1,000.00 I Money to loan in amounts of $100000 and up at seven per cent.
\T TraveLnsalesman to callrs WANTED-Position as stenographer lOfeblw 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New HORSES AND MULES-McMillan & Interest. '

and genral stores; prof- by lady of experience. Good references FOR RENT.-One nicely furnishedroom City. .. .. .. '.. "., .. .. .. $1,000.00One Turton tave just received a car Those having property, desiring tosell same, would find It to their -
1)) permanent position. Prei Address L. M, care Journal. at'24 West 5-room house, with bath and load of horses and mules from Tennessee ad vantage Jto,place same in our hands as we have disposed of about 'ij,
lOfebiw'WANTEDYour. Romany St. Phone the latter $300,000 worth in the past..CO jdajs. If have funds to loan consultus.
i IT Co.. St. Louis. Mo. 548. sewer connection gas In every room; I and can be seen at ,
9eblw nice neighborhood. If taken at' Pou's stables on West Intendencia St. If you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want\. fire Insur.

repair work.: Best ROOMS w-.th or without board by dayor once, .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00; IQfeb ance; or If you want to buy a piece of property and don't know Who
\\ ":' > -Experienced and reliable material used; work guaranteed; .week.' Apply Mrs.. W. F. Wil-j, 6 houses in block 17, West King owns same, consult us.HOOTON
'. -.<11 our "19t>6" copyrighted work called for and delivered. Ring llama 304 S.: Alcanlz; St. 9febw.NICELYFUIL"SHEDfront FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co. are
.. Tract. renting $30.00 per month. Will agents for the famous Corno Hen
II IL: fans, recognized as works phone 1210. 1. H. Pesbon"Shoe
I" :.i JP; commissions prompt set. maker and: Repairer, S. W. corner Bay- rent,'wlth''or without board.room for ,lend #,000.00 of necessary .. $2600.00 Feed. Finest thing in the world to & WATSON
Apply!I All of these propositions are bar
i nited States Novelty Corn len and Intendencia Sts. fcfeb2w make hens lay. Keeps 'em in good ,
at 401V'. Chase. 9feb2w gains and will be held open for a few
.11 i ucinnatl.; Ohio. 1t* condition too. 7feb PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
WANTED-Position wanted by :young PLEASANTLY situated rooms to rent. .ays only.

\ N ED-Salesmen of ability an<4 man of ability and temperate habit Apply at 111 W. Chase St. 8feb2w Excellentwarehouse location on 'FOR SALE CHEAP AT WARRING-'

umearanc< to call on all mer- Familiar with grocery bustnes;*..ould FURNISHED-OR-UNFUR.'USHED I railroad track very cheap. TON-One four room house with -

"i i''t: their territory; elegant side prefer position as shipping clerk, but rooms for rent, with privilege of Good 8 per cent mortgages on hand. front and back gallery; only one year i -
Best kind of Investments.
Sale Miscellaneous
nvcnient i to carry; gooJ com- would consider any offer of clerkship light house keeping at 254!; R Gregory.i Property In all parts of city, vacantor old. Apply to G. R. Wilkins. I For iI
: ,IHr..tprompt: remittance. Belr nature. Would require week's notice Phone 557. 6feb2w, 8febSw" : I
Mig. Co. Cincinnati O. It* and am already employed. Address Improved wanted and for sale. : Fresh mUch cows for sal Applyat I VIAVI. The 'patrons of the "Via.draetmenl"
TOURIST SALE.-SOuth half block
HOUSES No. 222 and 101 FOR 21].
Roberts Fla.
Davison's farm ,
"Clerk, this office. lOfeblOt N. Spring St. Good'location. Special 30 S. Palafox St. fronting 400 feet on 13th street by are cordially invited to
i feblllwFOR
W\\ i iD-Young white boy at once. call at Hotsl! Southern Mondays and .'
,v ,I 14 to work. 'Mejer Shoe Co. KODAKERS get Kauffman's prices rates' to parties'or 'clubs. Apply Phone 234. 107% f iet on Bay lew Park; also SALE-Furniture and other, Friaavs: from 2 to C p. m., where they
for Mrs. W.'J. Williams;222 N. Spring St. south half of block. 21!. fronting 400
: 'i. l' .developing and finishing. Bust! *, ..household articles; also a fine talking can meet the representative Mrs. II.
and cheapest in 3ujanlm feet on 14& St. by 137& feet on Bay:
city. Roman and P. Booth. reblHmeI
at 100 South Baylen St.
Ii '\ TUD Traveling salesman by Palafox. 20 janlm FOR RENT-Furnished" rooms for TO THE LANDLORD View Park. The only property adjoin- parot, U.
, i wIll tune and repair pianos and organs
Park that
_.' manufacturer for Florida ter- rent with or without board. No ing Bay View Is now f.r

; ,' to sell staple well advertised WANTED.-Second hand furnitureand light housekeeping. Apply 310 West I In the purchase of investment prop- sale. The beautiful view down the FOR SALE-Block on North" Hill between class as work cheap only.as any My one phone and is do 802 firs:J I

Ii" to dealers Exclusive territory household articles of all kinds Gregory. jan21-lmo erty, did it'. ver occur to you that after bayou and down the bay can never be Baylen and prrng, or will Orders attended -to.

let !h I ivral! drawing account. No Jew- for cash. Address P. O. Box :S53.17janlm : BOARD AND LODGING-New furniture all jour careful Investigation as to obstructed, A. V. Clubbs. SOJlyAUTOMOBILES. exchange fir improved property down J.rings.Conrad Scott.promptly
title! that the net resultsto town. Apply 119 W. Gad6 den .
need and
faKer Milebden location
(" : large clean Terms
rooms. rea.- :
.-I am agent for the llfcfalw SHIP CHANDLItMcKilOi.: : 1
? hr.'qualifications.! Box 1343. WANTED.-The public to know that sonable. Apply Mrs. C.' C. Brock, 105; you depend on: the'rent collections Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos .. Fla. Jog & Co. wholesale and retail ship
HaveOU investigated the rent collecting _
"' ui= Mo old newspapers can be bought at East Intendencia St. I2janlzn'WANTED.A agencies to ascertain who from $500.00 up. They cost less than The Great Lindsay Light. Burns chand rs and grocers, only first-class

-Ji'sTUl I -Good white woman to help I this office for five cents a bundle. They few boarders'at 212" W i iGregory. show the ,best net returns to their horses to keep top. They can be run less gas and gives you more light house of kind in Pensacola Fair

.ui ippot hotel at Century. Address are all clean and nice.VANTED.Electric .- New: house, ,good neighborhood -' landlords did! the In sand or' anywhere a horse can go. for less money than any lamp yet prices to allFLORIDA .
Fla. lOfeblw -W'etully.as you made. Try it ana:?see for your self.
il Brooks.
$ H \lani Century and on car' line 12janlm Leslie E.
\ work of ah kind. title to your.property. The net returns Booklets free. Call up 380 and ask CURIOSITIES-Sea:) shells

\TlID-Ml'n everywhere, good Let Us clean your fans, reair your ROOMS TO RENT, with 'or without, is the !rage.' the standard of ,JUST RECEIVED-Large snlpment of about them. 28 East Government shell jewelry, wood novelties leath.

pass circulars tack signs-no dynamo Ja jour wiring etc. Pan3 board. 22 E. Garden. ISjanlm measurement that 'tell the story. of a Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint /street F. B. Bruce.febliIrn.. er goods Pensacola souvenirs live an 1 !t1

t'' a -m?. steady. Continental Dis- 570. Pea. :acola .Electric: Co.. 2Q5 S.arJcn. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.1 g-od investment. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso stuffed Alligators. Goods packed
m" \ng Co, Chicago. 9f btw* Newly furnished, clean ani: & Co., ship chandlers ana1 grocers, 7C1 NORMANS PILLS.-Just received ready for shipment. Mrs. C. :N. McClure -

l work near postoffice. Apply at 12S* E. Are you houses vacant? South Palafox. 4oct 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For Opera House Building 107 E
iVTEIV around
Bright boy to
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT Government Mrs. B. .- : sale at The Alligator and West End Government St.)
street M. SALE Only 4
Trainer. FOR Boar
; office and learn printers't ... pigs _
tang ED-Highest paid for We rent larger'jnumber of houses
price gent'sclothing a l&novlm
jt t\1. .\'>ph imm# dlately. Mayes I 7Janim. sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out. ___ MRS. L. E. MILLER, Fashionable"Dressmaker
only. Also sail seconhand and therefore,conje in contact with
: of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 58544, FOR SALE: -First class grocery store latest and most
at five :
r ,\'IBK to fl W. Government. Old newspapers cents a bundle approveed
goods. :No '9 E. Intendencia. :wor tenants would; rent your
at this office., ..Theare all clean AU guaranteed with registrations and and meat market in connection.fix methods only. Ladies: Invited to
hcuse than other in thd
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby and nice.' city. any agency. pedegrees. Carl Setterllnd. Chipley tures etc. Reason for selling leav. call. Room 4, Park HoteL 7feblw
V t v\iLD--Thr: short goods solid- I Fla. 26nov. ing the city. Address. O. Box 68%.
MS. Solomon Furniture Co. Sfeb the Mayes Printing Co., 24 W. BA Y HOTEU-Open night andj. Corno Hen feed will, make joulbens'
Government.! Phone 181. Only the plan. Rooms Are houses left ? FOR SALE-Nice. clean old 7feb. in health
-- -- European light and your open newspapers lay,.and ke'-p them a :
V '\TljJ--:; o\' who can milk cows work best of work. Idee clean. Transient trade solicited. at*five' cents a'bundle.. This of-, FOR SALE-3 acres Jani: on, Town condition. Try It. For salo by th$

,nun in horses, and do WANTED.-Hauling and transfer 575-579 S. Palafox. J ss. S. NIcolau. by tenants moving, out...and does' it fice. PointS opposite city,near marine ways; Lewis Bear Co. 7febH. :
A ."md l premises Apply 501 WPS Prop. \ remain open several days without ,a $300 cash; deep water frontage. Address '
': feb7 work. Omce phone 363; residence. rent sign? We have a ..cOrps'of collector FOR. SALE-200 acres good farm Ian,1 Land. care Journal. lOfeb l" SUON is still at the same plaCe,
phoiie 390. Acosta' & White, 22 28 N 2% miles southeast of Chipley In 14 W. Int ndencfa. shoes:) made to
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-- part
\\ t i'l'"J-At once, a young lady ste- Tarragona St. 25maWANTED. -. ( ---- uho are every YORS LE-QUICKI00 high back : kinds of work.
and they see that Wasbins-on county; no waste land; 30 order; all! repair
city daily your
III.!'.tt8r: : Address quick. P. O. Money to Loan. cane 'bottom chairs. Will sell all 6feb2w .
,. I i ,.cmal 7feb .-Tho Mercnantg TransferCo. ',houses are kept closed and a rent sign acres ready for cultivation. Good
( of them cheap. Jos. Roth
them'when and lima rock quarry on premises. For or portion 1 back lathe city again
wants your moving and kauUug. placed on vacant, protect am ; am pre
\NEt t ; ) --j-irst class cooper. Pena All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor.sen. AK-Everybod from Jno.. A. your property in every .T*ay posaj further particulars address Mrs. L. Tarragonna and Government Sts. pared to tune and repair pianos and
'10:, Par and Turpentine Co, Gull6feblw Prop. Phone978. lSjunelns.MATTRESSES money & ble.. Wiselogle Marianna, Fla. 17janlm lOf oh. organs, as. usual. My phone number
Co 16 E. Government street. Whenin 1
f' ':. 'Ia three is 802 2 rings. J., Conrad Scott $*.
FOR SALE-Two or wagons, .
|lE rOVATED New need call on us. 9feblm FOR SALE,-Second hand Babcock
\\ \TE.D----I :Manager for branch offlcsh tick furnished if de3ired. All doneIn MONEY LOANED on all kinds of Are your rents return buggy, rubber tires, in first-class drays and horses cheap, If taken 6feblm ,

\ ,h to locate here in Pensacola. good order' on short notice. Leave sonal property on short notice.per condition. For information telephone within a few days. Phone 614 or apply J..,R. Logan Upholsterer and chair

with references. The Moraie orders at Green & Watson. Phone satisfactory No. 51FOR at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. Caner: Clocks repaired. Give me
Terms easy. J. B. Gray &: Co., 2 W.
I' '''' House, Cincinnati Ohio. ycur old chairs to cane. All work
11 193. 4feblm Romana. Phone 1165. ifeb Our rent department is under the SALE.-Most beautiful residence FOR SALE-BeautifUl lock In New grarante; d. 206 Tarragona street.

WANTED.-AH kinds of electrical MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or care of a Rent Manager 'With a corpsof block in Pensacola, overlooking the City. Tract No. 31%. For cash $c0G. 4 4feb-10U

\' Mrn-Bo. > about sixteen tot work. I sell all kinds of electrical other sufficient security by appl). collectors unu'r him whose Bole bay and Bayou Texar.. Magnificentliv Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court IIOW NOTICE The owner will not be responsible '

.: .mng Apply Saunders Mill batteries ani other electrical supplies. lag to Tbos. Pebley, cor. Palafox and duty is to look after the renting and oaK, magnolia and other shade bug for" debts contracted by

: .:f *: isr (SardcnT lSjan When son need me ring 313:) or 955. Romana. up stairs. 17no'- collecting. Our rent. collections have trees. Ideal location for home, hotelor FOR SALE.-10 room house corner the captains of the schooners Kate,

\' !' ''DO) laborers, wages S1.50 E.V.. IVake new Star Laundry; building 5.EYTOTND-Ofl good Teat"?* increased $$60.000 in the past ,twen- sanitarium. A. C. Blnklpy. lot, 3 blocks from Palafox lot 96x Fay, Alabama or Sallie Guy. H Jernigan .

E. Garden. lodec. or on good tj-four months, this means ws are line. For particulars: Inquire .Portland". Fla. 3feblmThis
'1'1 \pply factory of Goulding / tate security, collateral: FOR SALE-House at Goulding on 192 on' car owner.
old clients and gettingstew '
t ('0. 14jan at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. holding our 4 bath and kilcn- _of Standard Clothing, Co. 29jan I ls, to certlfy that the Ferr/
WANTED-To ]loan money on jourwatclies. ones. We could not do this if1'e hard road rooms I
: jewelry and personal ef- Fisher building. Zljan did not show good net returns to en: nice stable. Strictly: cash.. M. FQR SALE-'7-room house at Gould- Pass Inspoctprs and Shippers ,Association

-- ---- fects. Highest cash pnca for old gold MONEY LOANED on all kinds of pdr. the landlord. S. Borris, Standard Oil Co.'s office. Itfg Apply to 1''. L. Askergren,I are Jiot'responsible for tha inspection .
sonal property on short notice. Pensacola. Fla. SOjanlm Fla.. 2Sjanlm! following bOom receipts their
WANTED and silver. Lightman & Klein. 106 E. ,_ of .GIX
Receipt No. 1317
-- -u i Wright Ifeb Terms South easy.Palafox J. W. St.Bullard, Phone, upstair 1144. We render monthly statements. FoR 8.\LE.-If: you have $8.000 to invest FOR SALE.-Improved and unimproved : .I Robbins: ;: receipt No.. 1348 of Feafctn

,\ \ \ I ::: I To loan money on your i WANTED.-A. R. Blngham wants 2SVS 6nov We render monthly statements' In a saw mill proposition worth property in all parts of the city.J. .!and Hassvfll; receipt No. 1295 of Chas.

t: property and household month 10000. write Lock Box 26, ,DeFuniak A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents,I' Sri wde 1s.. Ferry Pass Inspectors
I- I \!',hiio Loin Co.. corner Jef--, jour moving and hauling. He guarantees UNLIMITED amount or money to)Joan the last day of each reporting Springs Fla. This will stand the Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone and Shippers Association, by ..1..T.,
that month
Phone 630. during
all breakage. cUon.3 made
1 ',j tiP>! Zarragossa Stb. on all kinds of personal property. closest Investigation: 'and the first man 172., 23jan Harper, Pros JantSl a
check for the net amount
QUICK DF.UVEItY-Hauling of all Special rates to business men on large sending a with toe money gets it. No time to .- DRESSMAKING Alice W. Herman II
New York Loan du' -- -----
Co. jou -- -- -
Kinds solicited; moving of furniture leans. The 204!$ waste w.lthagents or tnflers.! 24Jan has opened a firat-clas'dreav
l"1 hi ,101'sn I\ELVG. Pressing spccialtj. East Hill Transfer Co. South Palafox.ESCAMBIA at her residence. 106 E.
a FOR SALEBeach making shop
4" .' lung; Club. 118 N. Palafox Residence Phone 454; office Phone I We pay taxes on your property FOR SALE.-One choice block on top Intendencia. Ladies: invited! to call.
\1;.. T..I I I Your - -- of the ridge east of the electric .
Davis Prop. pat- '
0; .. 918 14Janlm arts. do repairs if jou desire at actual between 7th and '8th streets Haven. the coping suburb of, 131jan3w' -
i'it.d i< i satisfaction railway
; guaran- OYSTER DEPOT. cost. We make no charges to our Pe sacoIa.Extensive Improvements! CAPT. FRITZ. J M.
f1 I H : ,I attention given lalies: WANTED-To buy old gold and sIlver -, Nautre has favored this section and it .. STEAMER ,
landlords for candling and looking after to be made this year; street; car line
broken stuff regardless of A. Rogers, master. Passengers and
duplicated. V. Clubbs.
up be'
:< ::1:- I 1"lone 1222: Sfeb cannot i '
sizes. Cash paid. Ligntman & Klein Phone 1210. their property other than the commission guaranteed in tho near future $35.00 I Freight service between Pensacolaanl

III"l N \\'ANTED-White woman 106 E. Wright. Ifeb Fine Perdldo Bay Plant and Escam- for collection the rent. FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapers. for: beautiful waterfront Jots.' This I : Freeport. Ha. At Baylen street
for sale. Only Sc. a bundle. They price: for short Urn only. For further -
i''''i,.ton as nurse or cook, for bia Oysters at reasonable prices. WE MAKE THE COLLECTION OF a wharf, We1nesdaY and Saturdays.
make good wrapping paper .and are particulars call on or write' to
": I,nl reputation. Apply 1373: RENT A SPECIALTY.THE I Tourists and others desiring to see
I, U- u fct, 7feblw LOST C. Tabarras & CO. FISHER REAL ESTATE Just the thing to put under matting. PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO. places of Interest on Choctawhatchie

.' .' AGENCY. I Bay and Santa Rosa Sound should
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competent make this trip. Special rates for parties .
.. IXT either as bookkeeper LOST-A petition containing number CREW NOTICE. of ten or more. For rates or
r <., 011 six of signatures of value to no one but I ;
'etor. Have had
Neither the captain, owners -t other information, apply on board or
,I> ieme! Can give good ref-- owner. Reward for return to Journal I Some Good and Homes nor consignees: of 'the I address IV. 0.Box 6S!, Pensacola Fla.27JanIm -'
*M Real Estate Investments
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\ddress Journal. office. .a
A. cure British ss Hatasu will;be, responsible j *

LOST-one rhinestone comb. probably ; for debts'on-: JOHN FLO. Boot and Shoemaker,

\ \1'' lv--B\ as on Palafox street. Return to: We make a special offer of 7-loom and hall house on the southwest corner of 16th street and 18th avenue tracted bythe- crew of,Said. ', Fine custom ,work to order; repair
white position
man. room 211 Tatesen building. Suitable! with ;5 lots. Thij is an ideal surburban home, fruit trees, stables, windmill and tank water throughout I vessel. :: material and, workmanship gucranteid. -

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'0:, m Smc'alr J gentleman's! 102 S.fanillj.Adams Ad-St. LOST-Ladies watch; return to duplicated for the price....., ;.. .. .' .. .... .. ,.: .. .. ...>. ........ .. .... .... ....$2500.00 II .-.Captain., 1 E. Gofcrnment. >street. Phone 10S8.o .
Hooton's Pharmacy for reward. ?Ol'; East Jackson street, two story S room and hall house bath,. gas, a delightful home and good neighborhood GULF TRANSIT cd: -, .,, -. 27anlm]

-- Cfeblw I, ,. lot 93 ft by 150 .. ..,.,".. .. '... -.. .. .. -.1 '.. .'> ............ ..'. .... .... ........$3500.00 Ii Consignees. I fjAVlSANPACTURINGCO.I .
(\ 'BD-You to use Corno Hen A five room and kitchen cottage on Little Bayou fronting on the water; lot 100 ft: by 140 ft. deep, barn I THE an4 retail manufacturers j.

This makes your hens lay ---- -- -- '- -.-' -1 -I and 18 bearing fruit trees, 80 ft. wharf running out l into the water. The house lias been newly painted! and CREW NOTICE.. '. I daefs! '* in cotton mattresses and # ;

c .'ns:: tnem Try it.o'or sale ; papered and wool work grainedon In4lde,.house sits,on bluff about 20 .ft. high, small sail boat and row boat Notice is hereby giv
!xwis Bear Co. 7feb I IE.erybody FOR' RENT go with house, near car line. This place 13 'very cheap lat.. .. ,. ...... .... .... .... ... .... ..$1500.00 & that neither the master't:,bought bed ,and sold., Upholstering and rl!-
resumc.,1 5 room and hall house with 6 lots on the southwest corner Wagner and 'tr* 'streets, a fine garden, owners nor consignees of 114 C. BelmontSt.
\ specialty
; :;O: in })Pensacola FOR RENT-Two story stable and outhouses.! This is one of the highest-points In.the city, has view of the bay.. .. u .. $1000.00 the British steanuhip; G lea- pairing a Phone 771. C. T Davlx.

II ,"-w that the Y. M. C. A. build- with all modern convenie cor1I i 3 lots on Strong street between 10th and 11th avenues. This property is very cheap at.. .. .. $650.03 wood will be ,responsibly city. 17janlm

'. built of brick made by theta I.I ner Spring and Strong Sts Apply C. 3 lots on the south side of Cervantes street. between 8th and 9th avenues, 120:: ft. front by 137 ft. 6 inches for any debts contracted 'by the crew Mgr.-

'' Brick Co., and they are pre- H Turner. 9feb- deep. We defy you to find three cheaper: lots in this section than at.... .. .. .. .... .. ., ., .. ..$650.00 of said vessel. CUT FLOWERis Orders promptly aI -

"ot1: .. furnish jou J. S. Walton I FOR RENT.-Elegant story; 8-room, 2 lots CO ft. front on the southwest corner 'Barcelona and Gonzalez streets, very select neighborhood RICHARD I filled for roses carnations. flowers

: 6feb cottars at 318 West Belmont St Apply -, .. .. .... .. .... .. .. ... .. '.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ............ ".. .. ... .... .... ....$1500.00 J, A. MERRITT & CO., : Master. I and designs of all kinds. Miss Berti
\ old to Walker! Ingraham at Star Laun- 6 lots 150 ft. on DeSoto by 180 ft. on Reus southwest corner of street; if sold .in the next few Conafsneee' Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651 ,
HE.SESmade; I
to order; tick dry. 2jan 'days.. .. .... .... ... .. .... .. ,.' ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ............. .... .... .... .... ..$2500.00 TAILORING-B. L. Diamond 0"aUoK
I'S & M.
'I ':1.d j if desired renoxated: Ring and phone new 771'UK. :; RENT.-Elegant two- story store 5 lots on the northeast corner Strong and Reus, 123 ft. on Strong by 150 ft. deep on Reus..$2500.00 A regular F. communication of I Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and
FOR MONEY lowest market rates o improved vacant on short notice.* No. 11& ,,
building at the Interest or city property. repaired
Belmcnt St 2feblm room in new Star Lauudry Pensacola Lodge No. 42, F. l. St.. Pensacola. Fla.
t, .. !rED: Gardea street Apply Walker Ir.- G A. M. will b3 held Thursoay West Government
-Real 3t. t r"sile or E. .
af : Star Laundry.' 22decATRTBINGHAM The Fisher Real Estate nfght AU members are requested Idee.
e:1Or: : exchang"'e. Your buslvectfully Agency
111 .room for to be present and visiting! J. H. PORTLK:: J5atlmake. a South;
; solicitd. J. A. WI1TV hag utorage street Orders taken for
brethren invited. By order of t Palafox 4I
ui! Estate W Gov- suitable for furniture or other I Phone 37 2OG South Palafox: I
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: ,, Agent 22& Tarragona T. EL HARVEY, W, M. I.I tents, awnings, camp stools and bouse
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< and 106 '
r SalisburY 104
Room 7 I
goods Prices reasonable.
b &Ltu... Phone 1.:. 23jaa ; St. Phone 630 S0nov| B. M. Solomon, Secy cots, etc.
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won* Four THE PEN SAC 0 A JOURNAL. SUNDAY M 0 R N I N 0, FEBRUARY' '11 1. 1908. _ _ _ _ _
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'old Joe'whiskey When Securities Decline in Value

the investment above all others that is safe

i wlsohoads GRAYS ARECOMING beyond all peradventure-unshrinkable_

: That Don't Keep Announces/ Departllrejor Pensacola ,Where I c alway seek the always worth 100 cents on the dollar is 1 I

You in Suspense. He Will' Arrive on Fehru- :I/ best and find it. A Policy in The Equitable.

Ji quality, purity, -
'IP. Gen'l
THAT'S THE KIND YOU 26. Insurance, Knowles Bros 4gb
ary ,. -, flavor and age j I Fire Life Pensacola
YOU I Ir make "old joe"a ....
SHOULD INSIST ON King Priscus has sent to his loyal I where to be present In person'upon I II Will .Spenii, Some Time Here Enjoying .
subject a Deforest wireless-gram an.I Hisfaje3t.s arrival at. Palafox street, strong favorite _
HAVING. uoijncing his ja'parturs' from the precincts -I dock, on board the Royal yacht Ros- 'II :N; ;::\:. 1:
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of his past twelve months hu1iMajestj's tIil Ii get wise a Trip Upon Bay '
s-I p=n on Fb. 26, A. D.. 190C and of I t tl pmNeACO: A. t

i PRESIDENT and WHIG elusion.This message! is addressed to his| The Lord reign High, the Chamberlain seventh also'I t;' ;:'! million bottles I Visiting; Navy Yard. 1 g Iron Works and Supply CO. i

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;; Royal Majesty's: Lord High Chamberlain alr cted to acquaint His Majesty's sold annually' '

Jt SUSPENDERS J De Elag Rannek, and in additionto I subjects; with th fact that't the revel I .! The Cleveland Grays, one of the|:t Manufacturers and Repairers of i
th?.glad tidings of hi departure foi, of his ; will) t
regn be Instituted immediately -| full measure, r most noted military companies in the I MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;
Ms annual 1 visit to hl f't HAVE THE HOLD-UP he commands his most obt"dlentChamberlain yacht and con'inue unabated until tha :I convenient package a pleasure: trip 'and while the itin r- b FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
.' to issue under the Royal cock shall.crow for th midnight hourof STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
!fir)' ,calls fgr a'stay of only seven] :2
;! QUALITIES, COMBINED seal his proclamation to all his subjects -I I F?b. 27th A. D. 1906 and of His !' moderate price hours, it 13 more 'baa probable that I U 1 Prompt attention given to ail orders day or eight Agecti !
iri who reside at pensacOa! and els -I II Majestj's; reign the VII. ,: this will bo changed and that the} :: t for.-James McIOr, L: Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, ah 9 f

WITH NEATNESS AND I IR Ij: sold everywhere."b jinetnfc'rs of Kis company will remain Chains of descriptions.! ..

t{ NOVELTY I . I i coniderebly! longer. a Office Phom 123. PHil. WITTMAN, Mar ,
44 I The the members ,otl Residence P'Ione 1029. P. O. Box 12J.
& b" atlanta company
jM : POWERfUt L R EAt ESTATE I I which are making pleasure tour od sm. nss:. :sJ "\.j
FIFTY CENTS. : th.) south, fcj composed: of Hwen 175 i
HJ an:4 200 men and a special train With I; ""' ..."' '' H'''..''''''''''.''''''.''...'''."
dining 'and :Baggage carshas been'
t" I 30 TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN chartered make the trip. I I

BATTlESHIPlAUNCHED TRANSfERS Uudor. Kup,. .-ri>r tangen.nt- *'zctptioni1 I IdT The party to will' arrive h-re on tlis'' IAUSLEY G COMPANY
I nt p t>! ran Tours Arooai the World- I
Annual Oriental Crime, in *ebm, .rr. *ro :, niernir'g: of March 5 at 7:30 a. m and |
gram N.Frw. cording to lit' itinerary will departj I ,

:f The John White Store FRANK C. CLARK, 9$ Bway, New,York : about noon, but inasmuch as there la .

Following I 13 a list of the de ,ds rs-i I a 'desire non the part of the party to I COMMISSION BROKERS
Spocllltt In fd.n'* Wear corded Feb. 10, reported for The,Journal -, ---- -- -- -- -- !*-!Mt th!! fo-ts navy yard and have a i i

1 by tha Pen*arola Abstract Co.: Florida and Alabama fish cho\;dr aianr 'at the life saving

205-207 S. Palafox Street. Mark Mayo to J. D. Diamond. com -tat'on! it,is.moro than probable that II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. !
this will be changed
I mencmg at NE. corner of S. line of I i itinerary .
none 225 LAND COMPANYManufacturers .
Louisville and Nashville
i 'The pas-
Ccnwa\s land and runnng S..120:! yards ,
(Coaflnried"From .First Page) thnce W. G'i: jards. thence N. 110 seng'r' officials hate ben notified of i 'N. and ;
I lards and thence R 65":' yards to ,point f of "'the! coming of tie part and bavear'gnnget Private Wires N. Y., 0. Chicago.

Ii of a new type with a muzzle energy of b-ginnin''*, 1 :. acres, all in lot 4 LUMBER,and SAWED Dealers CYPRESS la SHIN.i' ; ,for: ,a large, ,steamer! to carry : :
of 49,568' as compared with the 33.62.5 Sex. 4, T. ;5 N. R. 30 W; $1.00 and I GLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. them<<: out on. th- harbor trip
j of the guns earned! in as recent battleships other consideration : COTTONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandB9NDS. { i

OPERA HOUSE as the Majestic class an increase Gco W Howe to A. 'A. Fisher lots -- RHEUMATISMWhen ,
in power of DO; per cent. In a 29 and :30; block 67,' Belmont Tra'ct.J. i
I great sea fight the DrMlnollgiltViii: l ? .00 and other considerations. McMillan Bros. Co. pain or irritation exist on i Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. :

ONE SOLID WEEK! be able to discharge every minute tenI Chas H. Bliss to O L. Bassand-T. ,.an)". part of th. body, the application : .

4 I projectiles weighing S.TOO; pounds, with L. Gant, % unalvid-d: interest in certain I: of Ballard's Snow. Liniment gives) : Reference: First National and Peoples Bin;. Phone 1173 :
COMMENCINGMonday relief F W Sullivan, Prop.
sufficient velocity to send them 23; lot situated on SW. corner of prompt .

mile or to penetrate about sixteen Jefferson and Zarragossa streets, Sullivan JIous- El Rer. O.''T. writes ............................ ...................... ;
Feb. 12th. inches of the,hardest armor at a rangeof floating :30 feet on W. -side of Jeffer- ,June 6, 1992: "I take pleasure In rec-|
about two miles. Unlike all Brit son street bv 80 fret on S. side of oinmprdmi EallarUs .,now Liniment:
1 MATINEE SATURDAY ish and foreign battleships built in Zarragossa! street, $1,00000 and other to all who ara; are afflicted with rheumatlsm -, ............................ ...........tt...:
It Is the only remedy Ii
Southland'. FavoritesPERUCHIGYPZENE the the past fleet thirty will years carry the new no additionto weapon,considerations B. }1'. Hobbs to Agnes Cam. wife of have, found that gives immediate relief. : i LIGHT THE HOME !

smaller than the great twelve inch \V. H. Care W. 30 foot of lot l'and I IIE. MOBILE. ALABAMA. ." '23c, 5
i3ii CO. piece except eighteen three inch quicK-;: 10 foot of Jot 16. block 85-; .New City; I druggists. .

firrs for repelling attacks by torpedo Tract, $1,20000) i .WITH GAS.
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NEW PLAYSI! craft. I II. Bushman to U. W. flyer I .
Henry Hy r, F. P. Bingham and Henry
SPECIALTIES! Bgigest Warship Afloat. M. YongW.. 43 feet of lot 273 K MARKETSNaval i i
;; SHIPPING NEWS It makes a brilliant, though soft and mellow
;-I NEW SCENERY! She will mount neither 9.2 10 feeL of lot 272 and K. 40 feet of I
inch 7.5 inch 6 inch she will light, which is not hard on the It's safe, :
41 .Monday nIght' The Four-Vet Society nor. ;suns: let 287, all in block 16, Old' City, $37.- : eyes.
E Drama "A Midnight Marriage." be the biggest warship afloat and she 00000. Stores. Arrived. : and so convenient. Just the thing for the t
Complete Change of Pro will have ,only the biggest and most Savannah Gas.. Feb. 10.-The naval -
rammc at table with The :
reading portable lamp.
't' \rry performance. powerful guns. The secrets waich will e!. In Srotlana.Although << stores market closed today:: as follows: ,GlenwoodBr ss, Richards 1253, : a gas
be Incorrorated in the hug hull are PelsMund- In Scotch l'e'tnern U John A. ilerntt & CoPedro Welsbach: single arc gives about four times the :
' PRICES 10, 20 and 30c; Matinee 15c wm> I W\V. .'. .. .... .. .. m.6 15
::3- and 25c. still tend hidden to economy but it as is well Known as efficiency that they tees and are caught in great quantities, I WG '' .. .; .,, ..t. ..T.6 10 ';303- Savannah Larave'to Span.fl.ix.M: bk.. Robinson.Manstang, i_ light of the ordinary open tip and with a :
J-, Seats on sale Friday at noon.ENTERTAINMENT. they are not considered fit food thersN&mstter i N..L': .. ..\. ..S 85
The Dreadnought will cost ten percent = how plentiful and htw',:<<'i1.J M .. .. .. .. ..-: -. .. '.. ..',.5 33; Carolina Koch Dan bttn, Holm. smaller consumption of gas. Ask us about it. :.

per British ton less than recent battle- fire and large they may be In any dls.-'J| K.. .. ..;.. ..' .. -?.. ;. ..:-.. ..5 10 Fort&. Co de. France to IcKenzi Oerting : :
ships although fibe will trlct of Scotland, no native will! eat I I .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .... _.440 .
! represent the last word in aU'detals! one. The objection to the eel Is said' to 11f.. ;... .. .. .L'-'". .. .. ..3 80 Cleared. : Pensacola Gas Company :
or her construction. In another -
respect G.-, .: .. .. ..345: ', Mohr *
the Dreadnought will be unique, be based on its serpent-like appearance Horatic L. Baker Am ?ch, ) ,
By Y. M. C A. Auxiliary.VALENTINE she will be the first battleship in the and the fact: that it js not overfastldl- ,:*!.. .. .. .. ... ..3 40, for San Juan with 522,000. s ft lumber i Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
E .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4. ..3 35 .'
engines world to will be driven supplythe by turbines.power for Taese four choice ous as eels to! what for the It London feeds on.market Tons am of : D .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..35:: Beta, Dutch" ss. Dikes, 1019 for :......... ..... ., .. ........."....K+...".....:
EL Ie .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..3 35" Calias wJth'360,000 s ft: sawn timber;
propellers tvo than previously taken from that are
PARTY more any streams! not con* -
built i Spirits Turpentine 65''; cents for Dundee,, with 720,000 s ft sawn
British battleship which spicuonalr free from .
sewage 224.000 ft lumber.
should timber, s _
make her the fastest hlp of
4. Cafe Openias
: Feb. 13 at 8 her class afloat. :Another advantage Pensacola Cotton Market
m. ,
p. "It does not follow that a safe open- .
of the turbines as shown by the performances 'tort'of' bnslBI I C. Gunter Elmore F. O. B. cotton 'VESSELS: IK ?ORT. -
lost is necessarily' n secure
, : at Y. M. C. A. Building. of the Carmania is that S." muttered the burglar as he began broker :sues the following quotationsfor -, Steamships.Altoth .
the gunners will hate a, steadier deck has II February 10: Dutch ss, Mulda, 1298, Rotterdam :
1tuJ\lc. his drilling especially as one
recitations. Basket ball game from which to handle tha guns do much blowing about It."-Baltimore Good Middling. .... .. .. .. ..10vt ,to order. '
4 during intermission. Ready in 12 Months. to so American. I Strict Middling-:- .. .. .. .. ..10*, Beta, Ger ss, Berg 1019 Stettin to -
Master Warren iMoGke.: the you The guns, armor, machinery, boil- Middling.- .'e' .... .......10'4 Pensacola Lumber CoKastlands ,

eat known club swinger will give an ers, etc., are ready to be placed in ---- --- -- ----- -- I Strict Low Middling.*' -., .. .. ..10% Br ss, Thomas, 2001,
L exhibition. the Dreadnought so there should be i Low Middling; .. ..,; .. .. .. 10 Tampico '
Admission to basket ball same, 10 no difficulty) in having her ready for Stains and tinges% to 1 cent lower. Gamma ,Ger ss. Berg Funchal to
cents. sea in twelve months; when she will SO MANY WOMEN Wm. .S. Keyser &. Co. .

Refreshments on sale at the cafe join the ,Atlantic fleet based on Gibraltar Holiday To-day and Monday. I Gracia. Span ss, Ruiz, 2021. Cienfu-
1 .during th. evening. thus being placed: midway be- have been benefitted by takmj: Hos- gos. to Gulf Transit Co.
t tween the channel and Mediterraneanfleets. tetter's Stomach Bitters during tfle To-daj; and Monday will be recog-- Hatasu Br ss, "viasguand. 2160 New
53 that it has long nized as holidays b> the New York I Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. ,
-------------- As trouble threatens on the past years since
*****#**rf i; one side of the other the ships of the been recognized as the best woman's exchange?, hence no market quota!1 Helsinberg.. Swed ,ss, Sciel. 1423
lions for those da sill he received I
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1. Atlantic fleet are moved, making themof medicine before the public. It YOU Huera.
# PIANOS AND ORGANS. % the greatest use in the time of I suffer from ailments peculiar to jour The Chicago markets also close oa I Kirks*ood, Br ss, Larson 2095, Lon.
Monday Lincoln's birthdav.
: i '* CASH OR EASY TERMS. -: war no matter who the enemy mi ht sex get a bottle of don.Secunda
! .* All Piano Work Guaranteed. be. Writing of this fleet as it will I Br ss, Donnelson, 1309.
/* CLUTTER & RUSHING ;1- be when the Dreadnought joins! :, a Ilostetter'sStomach Exchanges Closed. f Tenereiffe tp The W. S. Keyser Co.
e .-N12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. naval expert said"Nothing as devastating The, New: York cotton and stock j Vivina,'Span ss. Bustlnza Jf83. LIve -
. ,* PHONE 476. as this concentrated destruction Bitters |I exchanges :and the Chicago Board .of t .'pool to Gulf Transit Co.
% I has ever teen' conceived in the brain Trade were clo-ed Saturday. These Wsrmland,. Swed ss, Anderson, 1473
. C of man. It is impossible to picturethe at once. It alnas cures Vomiting exchanges! will"be closed Monday also. Tampico to Fensacolaa Lumber So.

result of one minute's well-direct Sick Headache Backache, Cramps,; on ,account of Lincoln's

I ed fire'at art'enemy's ships, and ,when Sleeplessness$, Indigestion, Dyspepsia', birthda'I'I shIps 0 I2irOver! 2,000,000 Sold .in West Florida in 1904.
r r one minute is followed by others the Costivneess, Chills, Colds or. La Grip The Timber ; Avon Ital sMp t Avegno 1601, Genoato

effect would be 'too'terrible for words pe. A fair trial will convince you of The Umber market;: remains practically Rosasco Bros. Frank Reilly Agent 'Pensacola Florida

f presuming the gunners jet the range its yalue. as it ,was during the 'eak prev: Casanova, Ital bk, Avegno, 1069, ,
ous. The demand Is strong, : : Genoa.: -
and fire as at target practice. To prc"B -
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: : this length has the contest ,for sea<<: -- ranging 'from 26 to 27 cents for 30 I Elvira..' Port, ship- Rodriques, 1488.

power gone and this is not tha end.' feel: and over and as hih.as 24 cents Lisbon to oilier.

Young for the time is not far distant when COFFEE! for averages;under: 30 fe-t. The market Bar ... ATARRH1
the British ensign will fly over fleets<<: i i Is firm: with a good demand: especially ,I
1 aqd squadrons of Dreadnoughts res-I for short averags "The receipts !' Adele. Sw ed bk, Janse. 596. Havana
eels'.costing a million 'and a half stir- <<: dur'n; ? the! week were about I Due: Cuigini, Ital bk, Olivari, 125S, BREATHIf
lug or more each with tn or twelve We are the Pioneer 1,500 pieces from the railroad and: Genoa to order. FOUL

12 inch guns winch will engage an antagonist Coffee 1.000 pieces from Kerry Pass. The I Gudny. Nor bk:Saanum, 821, Hamburg .
Roasters of
Men's when,three or four,miles d's-'! supply is still very limited. anJ thereis ; '\Q roaster.Kille You Continually K'hawk' and Spit and There is a Constant
tant. and will pour in a succession of West Florida.McHOGH'S no ind cation of a falling off In I na. Dan bk Pedersen 763
shells each webbing 8 pounds car- pries.. Bahai.Providenza" Dripping From the Nose Into the Throat, lt'You Have

r'lngh01tsa1e' .destructon! in their Ital bk, OJresc: 11S5.Ton'o. Foul Sickening Breath That is Catarrh.
wake." HERBINE I I'al bk. Tonino 1032:!, Genoa: ,

i1i Suits BLENDShave Renders;! ,the bile 'more, fiu.d; and thus I Genoa. Thomas to .master.Ital bk.. Lano S03. Naples. CURED .THROUGH Ii, THE BLOOD BY B. B. B.
helps t'nblood to' flow; it afford.\ I rfrll,
Back to the Old Ration. prompt; relief! from billo-isness' indigestion Schooners. It your breath fonlt II your voice husky? I membrane and B.B-It. s.nd'I
I Horatio L. Bakr. Am sch, Mohr,I I"Is jour nose stopped? Do you snore at night I ttnIl1IDlnoodOrwarm.r1CDpureblooadlrI
"I suppose you were fed off the fat no equal. A trial' sick and nervous headaches to J. I lK yOU sneeze a'great d alT lo have Ireaentpalns to the paralyzed nerTe" mUCUS ADI ;
A. Merritt & :
Co. boll
720 Lagua warmth
; iiiihe for h(iulT youhaTSpains I bones and Joint', giving
of the land said Mrs. Saunders rlaintirely and over mdulennce: in fOQd and dink.G. (] and!n t5tway'
- The young man of 15 to 1 \vill convince the con- across tbe eyes? Arc you losing your strength Jatlt where n I.neOodPd. 0I
19 years.ls apt to be hard I as she set the plate of griddlecakes U CaHvegt.! il. K. and T. R. tense of smell? 1* there a dropping In lbs I making a perlect, laitWi c2G;
i before IIr. Sanndera the noisseur that we 18. 1903: *'1 was sck! for_ over two throat Are you losing your sense of tllltd catarrh 1a ail its forms. ,
to fit. He wants mornIng I
1. styles of Are yon gradually getting deaf? Do you bear
years1th enlargement the liver DEAFNESS
that are newest and if after his return from Boston. "With make buzzing sounds f D)you havo ringing In the I !
Mece no extravagant and spleen The doctors: did me ;no \4FuLLQ ears? 1)0 you iuff r with nausea of the If TOO"r.ltrllduall.growtndear( rlrf ;
hero Margaret's means, they must jsflhI
Is a dash of extreme good and_! had given up all hope'of: > stomach la there a eonst_Jtbid taste in readydeefor hard flf nesrlnjc.; try "
. t In cut or pattern so much have everything there'Is going" claims. N ., the mouth Do you have a hacking conghTDo Blood Balm(B.H.n.). )IosItormuo1d.
being cured, when im druggist advised t\ you cough afc night Do you lake cold ness or parti*I deafness are causw VT:
the better. We
are well "I presume!! to there's lack o'
' say no me- to. use Herbine. It hat made: easily? If*oyou fc v catarrh. tarrh, and !a curing c*trrli W.* ttd
.l able to fit out young men wherewithal," saul her husband ft9 he me sound and wen: 50c. Sold by-pit Catarrh is nut only dangerous In this wsy. thousands ot nn snd womentheir *
from $?.0: to U&.OO- 'began to :maple' with lavish Wholesale and RetailGROCERS. butltcsaaeIuleersItOuPdeathand. drcnroi herrlnjr:completely restored .u'f\
: pour simp_ a . druggists. I I bone.lo 8oftblnUnzaaa: reasoning power not.Rie Blood lalm(B.B.It.)i-P' Tdf
worth more from others, I hand" "but for breakfasts they : II kill. ambition and energy,often onuses loss and safe to *.ThoroajjhlT tl'*** 1s-:
I.J but,our prices, are always I r had the wONt lot o. track ever I saw."Twasn't I I of appetite Indirection. djsp.'nela. 'rawI 30 yrs. Composed... of rum n"a1lJC,,,L.r1i,,
ej cloeo to what I throat and reaches general debll1t,.ldlocy tre lient btrenS'fhf"nara"V '*'
; they cost us cooked nor a thing done to it For Her Or* Protection."res I and Insanity. It needs attention at once enren DrspepMa. ITlco 1 per 'J'M.
-no bail debts to lose I I fiiral ,madam," aid* the pale mi.n. : : Cure ,It 1':: taking BoUnlo Blood Balm tie. Take asdlrrctMl.' If B cnr78rrf"<.
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1? >011 know. How about expeot that girl theirs thatI and all kinds of i: 'Feed l 1LQTS ;ias (B.B.B.V. Iticabatesradicalpermanent, rleht qua.tlt T II* t.ta.mend T ._..ju-,
,I used to hear falling downstairs about "this is tbe most exquisite dinner set curs becaoM It rids the system of the polcon.germs ;. "Sample! n"Free by,writing i 81. 101'
a fine Stetson D rby- ,l ', caUrrh Blood I Atlanta,Oa. jjcrr-Ibe your' ;
that cause Balm Co. .
handled The price ?iso: $AsoJI
7 o'clock didn't! we ever I9QPL1'
only $3.50.ir want the trouble o' Stuffs. (4B.B.B.purifies blood, does away with :r sje1a1 fir.nedIeal .dvl .
starting her fire In hurry.. But I tell "I'll take it." said Mrs Richlej, 4t! I 'k2 ; tvef'loym ptalD,glYln strength to the entire your case also sent in sealed Idt.eJ'
you'll to mark l it'Imitation;pries I I
:.,: ye when you've had a different kind o'I agree.. ---
I straw filling served to ye for seven 'f" I()"

days running, griddle cakes come just Pluto Water -Of course, 'but-n-that's rather' an E.i B. ACOST4 & CO. Prompt delivery to any part of tU

At the right time. Don't take away Md request." .- city.

: H 0. ANSON that serrup jug yet-awhile. It hdsn't: "Yes, but I want to deceive our, senttz'L"1'hl1ad1phii ', r&I / Office and Yard-22 to 28 K, Tarts.
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set the doughnuts and the pie and the .

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WILLFUL to get In the least excited about Old to drink; we're as sober as we are thiu...:>>. I &.,iitf ..U found out ail about or'the other,, or it's a,Jong*stretch for with gasping* cry that be-made-BO Well when we got here -f mada...
Baird has at last spotted' that I'm not solvent His pals are beginning to hIm" you and me." ,' effort to( restrain. give me something toeat. pQttfBf; kQt :
MURDERNo. quite the common cracksman I would cut him; our difficulty is to keep the Again I looked' .round tM room It "Better that than this!! '"Huch man. hush!!' I entreated vader off and off. a4 afew* 10 e4eck 'I
have him think me 3o he's been doinghis pal from the dor. Enflu' he begs or was .a young man's club and young "Then stay where you: are, my good- my breath. "He'll-hear yen!! beard the gate ebsft. I best to run me to my burrow." borrows which is stealing by halves men were, laughing chatting smoking, fellow. I Said 'you I didn't want you, For aa.vr his teeth chattered, even and then asked bin If be I ned aIIIM.:
of the Series "And yea call 'that nothing! and we steal outright and are done drinking on'ner)" hand. One noddedto and this to the howe. So good night"' his' and I' beard him fumbling with "'Not at all' aaya" b*. -.a ._
"It would be something If be had succeeded with It. Obviously ours is the more me through tke smoke. Like a ma- I,.conM see no'house at all, only the his matches. "No. Bunny;. be wos't see the' cewttBtf I
but he has still to do that. I honest course. Yet I'm not sure. Bunny chine I nodded'to him and turned backto angle of ahigh wall rising solitary .in beer us." whispered Raffle! presently; 1 Mid T4. seen her, blT tttgt*
(C.ialol. 1&9'). 6, Otttin So&nv's & .) admit. however: that be made sit the..night with the starlight glittering and he teem and lit
me but we're doing 'the thing by Raffles-with, groan. rose his.knees agig IM heaid 4w go. If 1 'sU1mtkse
F the Tarious robberies In up for the time being. It.all comes of halves ourselves!" "Surely you will git him.a chance!" 'on battlements of. broken ;glass, Jet as the match burned down. no donbt she weft ecaw 4ea die
O which we were both con going on the job so 'far from home. "Why? What more could we do?" I urged. "The very sight of your pistol and-in the wall a tall green gate bristling Angus BaIrd was lying'on his own was called and I yelled these titow: at \];
cerned. It is but few I I There was the old brute with the whole II exclaimed in soft derision. looking should bring him-to terms." with spikes and showing a front floor, dead with his gray hairs: glued the top of my voice. Of,coBtse-tfcer; ,
find that will bear telling thing In his morning paper. He knewIt round, however to make sure that. "It'wouldn't make him keep them." for battering rams in the feeble rays together by his blood; near him a poker was no servant to oe I.w1Mt,1}
at any length. Not I must have been done by some fellow we were not overheard. "But you might try tie effect." an outlying lamp pest cast across the with the black end glistening; in a eer.- because I came te aee.MsaaJchtrl
that the others contained I who' could pass himself off for a gentleman "What more?" said Raffles. "Well "1. probably shall. Here's a drink new made road.It seemed to me a ncr his deck, ransacked, littered. A last week aaO. be tetervtowe*=ne details which even I Iwnld I and I saw his eyebrows go up mnrder-for one thing." for you. Bunny. Wish me luck" road of building site*, with but this clock ticked noisily on, the chimney self through the gate, bet woadAlt
bsitate to recount. It Is rather the moment I told hinrl was the man. "Rot!" "I'm coming too." one house' built all by itself at one piece. For perhaps a hnndred.seconds open It Well wittn'l Md &ao: JIeA.
tt<> ft'rJ absence of untoward incident I with the same! old twang 'that yon I I "A matter of opinion! my dear BunTi "I don't."'ant yDUL" end but the night was too dark for there was no\\other sound. tog aad sot a,.cp rf,fe d eaca .sear et
wblt' render' them useless" for my could cut with a paper knife. I did my more than '1. mere impression. Baffles ltood'-nry still, .staring downat be WIts ae.orhe'aWhat.cN'a. ThtiWi1' t
r"Pl1em purpose. In point of fact our -best to get out of it-rswore I had a pal: Raffles; however had seen the place the dead as a man'.might\ stare Into ld.'h_ !t: >,. ..,
phm were so craftily laid (by Raffles) I who was a realswell(, -but I saw very by daylight aad.bad come prepared for an abyss alter striding bUnIy'to.lts
that the chancres of a hitch were invariably plainly that I bad given myself away, the special'obstacles.Already he was brink'. Ills, breath came audibly; .
reduced to a minimum before t lie gave up ,hassling. He pi vl my reaching: up ,.and: putting champagne through wide ,aoatrill- He BMdc soother t -' -.- '
** -wont to work. We might; be disappointed price as though be enjoyed doing It corks OB tie spikes'and in'anotber. moment sign.,and'hIa lips seemed sealed. 1' L
in the market value of onr I But 1 fejt Urn following! me 'when I 1 ''be- had his folded covert ',coat I ""That H t t" said I hoarsely '"the I
Lanl bnt it was,quite the excAptien form I made tracks, though of. course I 'didn't across the corks I stepped back as he light we saw under.the''door!"
to And ourselves confronted by turn round to see." raised himself and saw 'little 'pyramid With a start he torqaed: to me.
foreseen impedimenta or Involved "Why not?" of slates snip the sky above the "It's trnei I had forgotten. It It '
really dramatic. dilemma. There un-I "My dear Bonny, it's the very worst gate. As he squirmed over I ran for was in heee I saw'it:tart!" -1' .
a sameness even In our spoil: for. thing you can da. As long as you look l ward and bad"my weight on the spikes. "He mn'sObe aiwUJrs .stUt!" '
wars, only the moat precious stones f unsuspecting they'll keep their distance and corks :and' covert coat when he Hit he is\we/lls soon rout him out. U' ;; -
if worth the trouble we took and the and so Ions as they keep their gave the'latter'a tug. Come on:! '
risk we ran. In abort our most sue .' distance you stand a chance. Once "Corning, after: all?" Instead''I laid.a hamdtnp tt* ana _
ff*''fnl escapades would prove the how. that you know you're being followed "Rather: Imploring.him t* reflect tttat his enemy
peate4t weariness: of all in narrative and It's flight' or. fight for all I "Take carethen, ; the place Is all was dead new, that we .ekouU certainly
form and none more so than the dull I you're worth. I never even looked I bell wires' and' springs. It's no soft be involved. thntna'w,, or never
affair of the Ardagh emeralds some ", round. and mind you never do in the thing this! There-stiind still while I was our,own time to excage. He shookme t' ;
'ght' or nine weeks after the Milches- same hole. I just hurried up to Bla k- Ti take off the t' rklr." i* off in\a suddec'.ftny oC taapaiieace,
ter cricket week. The former how- : friars and booked for High street,, : The garden was very small and new a reckless eont *,t<*r.MB .eyes, and _
.'tr. had a sequel that I would rather I Kensington at the top of my voice,, with a grass plot stilMn separate sods bidding me\ aM 1t1''W1t' skin If I
tvrget, than all onr burglaries put and as the train was leaving Slaane but a quantity of full grown laurels liked he onee' mare tnna his back '
gether. to-1 I square out I hopped and up all those stuck Into the 'raw;clay: beds. "Bells upon me aM\t ata tle'aett._el"*f resolved bI.I bI.
It was the evening after our stain like a lamplighter and round ,to in themselves." as Raffles, whispered to take\htei'aMrt .w$rt. Had c
from Ireland and I was waiting any the studio by the back streets. Well, JTbere's nothing.. el.e 'rustles so-cunning he forgotten on* wbjtt:< errand he himself ::1 ,
rooms for Raffles, who had gone" .., to be on the safe side, I lay low there: ,. : I old beast!! :And'we ,gave them a was hereTa. Xe deternmed : ,
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i-ff a* usual! to dispose.of,the plunder.Raffles j t all the afternoon, bearing nothing In _ _ -;- wide berth as ,we crept, across the that this night should ,e* had his own method of conducting i the least, suspicious end only wi>hiug grass.. aster? As I asked mysctf these question j ;
this very vital braneh of our i[ I had ar"windaw to look through/: Instead "He's gone to bed!! his match JOed laUhe balL In
business, which I was well content to ', of that beastly skylight. However j I "I don't,think se, Bunny. I believe anetber moweatVbe stir' Were creating -
leave entirely In' his hands. lie ,drove the coast seemed clear enough I he's seen us." uafler Ws fet; even as. tey hacreaked .
the bargains I believe In a-thin but and thus far it was my mere Idea that I '"Why?* voder those of:the Mtrderer. bydaltilsuu '. ,
nhtl disguise i of the flashy: seedy or- he would' follow me! There was noth- *I saw a light", "andthe'humane instiaet.tli Inspired dfa 4r1ha Z't.;
fft and aiwaysin- .(cockney dialect lug to show he-had.- a{ t "rt marched f. "Wbrr '?' > ? V"T "nlm In', defiance at his wlBk 'wu .brae "
of which be had made himself ama t.iJf i my proper'rig: -almost "Downstairs, for an Instant when !Ii ateo'. npon sty slower 8em1lD11U.1e1S. faii..aM'I: : picked"the: ker ontl rth. "
straight into old. Balrd's arms! !" ? My fender 'and' bM'k t bow he'd robbed
'tor. Moreover. he Invariably employed ,, I I"- 1 ConkT Wa let the murderer go '
the same "tpnee.w" who was ostensibly "What on 3rth did you do?" I i.o.eI 1 by Hjrle Uil His whisper died away. He had seen answer wag\ boupd .up the creaking me but; by God shouldn't rob mo ,
a money lender In a small' "Walked past him as though I had' I THE COWERING FIGURE ROSE GRADUALLY ERECT. the lieht'asrain.- and so had I. stairs aad to" overhaul' Raffles on the any more. I gave him thpee, minutesto
bet yet notorious way and in realitya I never set eyes on him in my life, and It lay .like a. golden rod under the landing. write and sign a settlement of all j"his
rascal as remarkable as Raffles him I didn't then; took a hansom in the ny. I don't mean it for rot. I've told' "But I must come"! I front door-and vanished. It reappeared But three doors presented them iniquitous claims against me. or
self. Only lately I also had been to King's road and drove like the deuceto you before that the biggest man alive An ugly gleam shot from' the steel like a gold, 'thread nnder the selves. The first opened"into' a bedroom have his brains'_beaten oat over his
the man, but in my proper' person. Clapham junction; rushed on to the I' is the man who's committed a murder blue eyes. lintel and vanished for good. We with .the bed turned down but own carpet. He thought a minute
We had neMed capital for the gettingof nearest platform without a ticket and not yet been found out; at least '"To interfere?" said Rallies heard the stairs creak creak and cease, undisturbed. The second room wasempty and.then went 6e his desk for pea and
tbejole"Pry emeralds, and I bad I I jumped into the first train I saw, got be ought to be, but he BO very seldom "Not I." also for good. We neither saw' nor hi every sense. .The third door paper. In two seconds he was round 94
raised 1100 on the terms!' you would I out at Twickenham walked full tilt I has the soul' : to appreciate himself "You give me your word r heard any more though we stood wait was locked. like, lightning with a revolver and I ,
expect from a soft spoken graybeard t back to Richmond took the District to Just think of It! Think of coming inhere "I do." ing on the grass till our feet were Raffles lit'the landing gas. went fer''him1 baldhoaded. He', fired
with an i ingratiating smile. an incessant I I Charing, Crass and here I am ready and talking to the men very' "Bunny If you break if- soaked with the dew. "He's In there." he said bow and the shiftiest old eyes I I ,for a tub and a change; anti the best I likely about the murder itself and "You may shoot me too"! I "I'm going' in.said Raffles at last. re olver. "Do yonVrcmember how we can find theboles, 1C yea like, but I bit
that ever flew from rim to rim of a : dinner' the Aub can give us. I came knowing you've done It. and wonderIng "I most certainly shouLd" said f "I don't believe he' saW' ns at alL I used to break Into the'. 'studies at him entoy't me. My God! I'wu'l1ke
pair of spectacles. So the original sinews I to you first because! I thought yon how they'd look If they knew. Raffles solemnly. "So you come at wlh be had. This: way." school? Her* goes' !" a savage till: the tkmg was done aad
and the final spoils of war came I might be getting anxious. Come round I Oh. It would be great simply great! your own peril my-dear man.. But if We trod gingerly on the path but His flat foot crashed .over the keynote then I didn't care. I..1 : throvgh'hladesk
In this a circumstance: which appealed to us i "You're certain you've given bim the I caught there'd he a merciful and better for'I must stop at my rooms grated horribly in a little tiled veranda and In the'sudden draft 'the landing was coming away whoa you. turned UD-
hot h. slip?" I said as! we put on our bats."Certain dramatic end of you. You'll fill the on the way." I with a g nSB.door leading ,within.. It : gas heeled over Kite a. cobble In a I said I didn't care,. HAT do L ntI
But these same final spoils I was enough but 'we can make I bill for a few weeks and then snuff Five minutes later I was waiting for was through this glass that Raffles had : squalL As the flame righted Itself I was going to .glee,my* K vp taoJxht.1 '.
till to sw. and I waited and waited assurance doubly sure! ," said Raffles out with a flourish of extra: specials. him at the Piccadilly entrance: to the I. first seen the light and he now pro- saw a fixed bath "two bath towels and shall stMl.! so yen see "I thaa'tgive s
with! an impatience that me and went to my window where he You wouldn't rust with a vile repose Albany. I had a reason for remaining' ceeded to take out a pane with the i knotted' together anpeM' window a you f.llows'mucb trouble. i
grew upon stood for a minute or two looking for seven or fourteen years." outside. It 'was the feeling-half hope I diamond, the pot or treacle and the cowering figureand Raffles struck He was done and there we steed #n
ith the ,
growing, dusk. At my open i "Good old Raffles! I chuckleJ' "I seldom the landing 'of I the lonely boos, the
window down Into the street half fear-that Angus Baird' might still sheet of brown paper which were aghast on the threshold.
I had Sister Ann until '
the played -All right?" I asked! him. I begin to forgive you for being In bad be onour. trail that some more immediate omitted from impedimenta. "Jack-Barter?" low thick. MJr4'I'volce atifl racing and
faces in the street below
were no "All right." said be, and we went form ft dinner." and less cold blooded way of Nor did he dispense with my own assistance The word came thlckv a-ad low wtth ringing thuvoch oar can, the dead ann '
longer dldtlngnisbable.! And now Iwaj downstairs forthwith and so to the II "But I was never more earnest In de ling- with him might result from a though he may have acceptedit horror and. la horror ,J,beard aysfilf below and to .front of lis his Jmpe. ;
tearing to.and fro In the grip of I knew to.wbom the'ka-,
Albany arm In arm. my life. sudden encounter between the money 11 as instinctively a. it was proffered. repeating them while the cowering teat slayer.
hypothese grip that tightened But we were both rather, silent on "Go on!" lender and myself. I would not warn In any ..case it ,was these,fingers that figure by the bathroom window rosegradually penitence' wwoM appeal when be bad t.s -
wh n at last the lift gates open- part wonderIng I "I mean it." the treacle on the beard tie riory and I was net nla-
f\( the way. I, for my was him of his'danger. but I would avert helped to spread erect.
with a clatter outside-that heldn what Raffles woud! do about the "Yen know: very well that you tragedy at all costs and when no such I brown paper,and pressed the latterto "Ifs 'you:'" he whUpered In amazement taken."That's.
>t brtathleM until a well known tat- studio in Chelsea whither at all events wouldn't commit a murder whatever encounter had taken' place and Raffles the glass nntil the diamond had no lees than our own. "Ifs you all rot." Mid flames. speaking ,'

toe followed) on my door. he had been successfully dogged. Tome else you might do." d I were fairly on our way to Wiiles It Ita completed Its circuit,and the' 'pane fell two! Waaf It mean Raffles I saw after a pause. "We shan't let yee } a;
"In the darkr! said Raffle as I dragelld 'the point seemed one of Immediate I"I know very well I'm going to commit den that I think was still my honest gently back Into our hands. yon get over the gate; a bell rang; the give yourself up.*" 11
him" In. "" "by. Bunny whafs Importance. but when I mentioned It one tonight!" resolve. I would not break my'word Raffles now inserted his hand place Is full of them. Then yea brokeIn. "You shan't stop mel! Whet wxxdd, r
wrongr"Ne&iag: be said there was time enough to think He had been leaning back in the sad- if I could help It but It was a comfortto i turned the key in the lock and by making Whafs It all mean?" be the good-? The woman saw me. It M '
-Bow you've come." said about that Ills one other remark was dlebag chair watching me with keen feel that I could break it ifI liked a long arm succeeded In drawingthe I. "We may tell you that wfcen :you .would only be a question of-time and 4
!. aanttloc the door behind him in a made after we had nodded In Bond I' eyes sheathed by languid lids. Now he on an understood penalty. Alas! I bolt at the bottom of the door. It. tell .n what In Gos name you've I can't face waiting to be taken. Think '
fever of relief and anxiety. "Well? street to.a young blood .of our acquaintance -| started forward. and his eyes leaped fear my good Intentions were tainted proved to be the only one and the done: Rutterr"Done of -waiting for them to touch yea
W sil? What did they fetchr who happened to be getting I to mine like cold steel from the srabI with a 'devouring curiosity and over- door opened. though .not very wide. ? What have I done?" ,.Tb en the shoulder! No. BO no. m give
"Fire hnndred. !: himself a bad name. I! bard. They struck home to my slow laid by the fascination which goes "What's that?" said Raffles as something unhappy wretch came out Into the myself up and get It over."
""Dowa "Poor Jack Butter! said Raffles I I wits. Their meaning was no longer In hand hi band with horror.I I crunched beneath his feet' on the light with bloodshot blinking eyes anda I His speech was changed. H* faltered '
"Got It m my pocket" with a sigh. "Nothing's sadder thanto :1 1 doubt I, who knew' the man read have a poignant recollection of the ,, very threshold. bloody shirt front "You know- floondered. It was aa though a
"Good Baaar I cried. "You don't see a fellow going to the bad like: murder In.those; hard blue eyes. hour It took us to reach the house. We "A pair of spectacles," I whispered, you've aeen-but I'll tell yen If you clearer\ perception of him position bad
know what a stew I've been In. Ill that. He's about mad with drink aud "Balrd?" I faltered moistening my walked across St James' park (I cans picking them up. I was' still fingering lIke. I've klHed a robber; .thats all. come with the bare idea of escape e1"But

with OR the light. I've been think- debt poor devjl! Did you see bis eye? lips with my tongue. *>e the lights now bright on the bridge the broken lenses and the bent rims I've killed a robber a usurer, a jackal) from It.
!ltl et you and nothing else for the Odd that we should have met him tonight I "Of course." and blurred in the water), and we had when Raffles tripped and almost; fell a blackmailer the cleverest and the listen to me.:' urged R& ee.
1 Iatt honr. enough to who's "But said It didn't matter about I'm to here at our peril onrserve*. '
I-rl was ass by the way. It's old Baird you some minutes to wait for the last train cruelest villain unhung. ready "We're
think methlng had gone wrong!" I said to have skinned him. By God. the room in Chelsea; ?" to Wiilesden.\ It left at 1121: I remember -I I hang for him. I'd kill him again!" We broke in lIke thieves to enforce re* -
Raffles 1 was smiling when the white but I'd like to skin old Baird!" "I told you a lie." and Rallies wa* put out to And b.( }Ipoied( :' t>" fl.rc''J Jv l'h* ft'e.a i dress for a 'jrriefnce vy like r"u
":ti' 11J1-\1 fh. rorn.iit for the15,5 : ."114 h'i; >:... to*?; II !*u ,\ I diE aft I p.'rciP T\i. pcP1t.1 : !-. t m hart. to ;;:*..: mil ar Wil! ,?**i.n 11,;. br "lot h..rio i <. hU Jaw like; a cot a pane- did fte KMOC Kk. r-niat" -c
.no .r b., aiaIp I '\ ,,- fl1tJ'tjll., t keg ..ilf'h''', wI'teb! ht 'flti, in10"i.througnool "Iliat v*. ai otb r. I lian'i.. 1 tilll: 5 lied ivalk! ; (n inroujn tOP .J""e.-I r< -.. I burger Rfl&CuJ..r) burglars will get
"'" .i ",., Aer" late Prert'or* .lid t.rpa -. aft s4uiirat1P 1iftlJt'f' lIL the : iboushi I hu1't' n I i.Jtuis IH. to yo \ into a. fairly open unay that -Shall I tell you bow It bappeted?" I the credit rf all the refer '
*n i and fiist idiotic I act was hid. tills but when I looked cf made "You ueaa that I ,. .,a't bewii ecti -
n y club and for: sodie'tliue after we evening. out pened to be quite new to me. I could I be went pas.;oaately on. 2e's I
u MtU some wliUky and &qulrt the settled down in :a quiet corner of the your window-you remember to never find the house again. I remem- my life a hell these weeks and months I'd?" .C'
Ma water all over In my anxiety tot smoking room with our coffee and ; make: assurance doubly sure there ho her; however! that,we were on a'dark past You may know that -A perfect i "I da"
'instant justice to the occasion.you cigars. Then at' last I saw Raffles looking was on the opposite pavement down footpath' between woods and fields bell!; Well tonight. met him In,: "But I don't want to get off scot

(, thought& something bad hap- at me with his lazy smile and I I below." when'the clock,, began striking: 12. Bond street Do ''you remember whenI freer: cried Butter hysterically. "I've 4
Mod'' Mid Raffle oo1. leaning, bark knew that the morose fit ''wa at an "And ''you never saM "a word .about I' 'Surely," said I. '"we shall find him 4-- met you fellows? He wasnt killed him. I know that. But It was j
0( !sly chair as' be lit a cigarette; and end. ". It!" in bed and asleep" twenty yards behind you. lIe ,was on' In self defense; it wasn't.murder.. .1
|Hinjf( much, amused. "%Vluit should "I dare" say you wonder. what I've, I "I wasn't going to spoil your dinner. "Ihoewedof?: said Raffles grimly.. I your tracks: Raffles; be saw me nod to must own up and take the COHMqneuef -
rw "ay It something had? Sit tight been thinking about aff this time?" said Bunny, .and 1 wasn't goingto"lettyou; "Then you mean to break In?". 2' you and stopped me ,and asked me *.. I shall go mad.u* I don't:r
'*T dear I chapl! Itr was "nothing of the be.: "I've been, thinking what rot It is spoil mine. But-there be-was'as large:: "What else did you think' .. who you were. He seemed a* keen as His hands twitched; his Ups quivered;
Hrfite t consequence, and Irs all-over to doing things' by".halves!" I as life; aud. of course be followed us. I bad 'J ot' thout''- about"It" at alL knives to know; I couldn't think why. the tears were In his e1f"t1. Raffles took f'
low" A stern -chase and a long one, "w go ll." said I. returning: his !smile j to the Albany. A' fine game for. him The ultimate crime had monopolized and didn't care either for- I saw my him roughly by MM shoulder. : '
*'iioy.: but I think I'm well to wind- "that's not a charge that you can I to play a, game .after bia' mean .old j my.; mind. Beside-' burglarY' was a I chance. I said I'd tell him all about "Look ber %j0a'ro: t! If tbe three of
trd J "
< this time. bring against yourself, is ft.?" : heart: -blackmail. from me:, bribes: bagatelle, but one ,to deprecate none, yon' If he'd give me a -private Inter us were caught bei now do you bow
\n4t i suddenly I-gaw that: his -collar "I'm not so sure'said Raffles. blowIng from the police the one,bidding against I the- lessl I 'saw obious'ObJectlOds. view. He said be wouldn't I said he what 'the consequences would be? i.
**!* Ump. hIs hair 'iuntt "d,'his' boots a meditative, puff. "As a matterof ,I the other. But he shan't play' it with The man was au.faIt with .cracksmen should and held him by the coat By We should swing in a krow at New.
th' >k with dc t. fact I was.thinking lesspf: myself me. He shan't"live to", and the world. and their *ray*. II- would .(.certainly : the time I let him go you were oat of gate ia air weeks' time! Yon talk as
The police I .whispered'aghast otthat devil of a Jack Rut- will have an extortioner the' loss have firearms and might be the'.,first sight and I waited where I'was till though we were sitting In a club.
Ob de4r, no; only old Baird. than There's poor a fellow ybo. do/s things Walter two Scotch whiskies: and: so I I to use them.. I he came back In despair. l'bed the Dea-t 'you know It's 1 o'clock ,m the
.Baird! But .wasn't It 'B lrd who ter.halves lie's:only .half gone! .to the : das. I'm off at 11. Bunny. Jt'sthe "I could wish nothing better," said' whip \Iand 'of him then. I ,could dictate morning and the I lights on and a dead
*.* the emeralds?" r by and look at the difference between only thing to be'done" I.llt mes. "Then it would be man to P0R41' : where the Interview should be, man' down below? For God'a sake ', -
.It' was." bad. the ? the worst shot KJorte Be1Jewt and I made him take me home with do what I 44
him and us! e'i under "You know'where he lives.. then / : man, and devil take !!tiP -yourself together and .
{ 'to : him all
I' tell
'Tben how came he to chase you?" of villainousmoney lender; "Yes, out Wiilesden .way, and alone. You dot IIIJPIos.I prefec: foul play tohsutuebenijne He drow'tJw'bl i"" i1a cotk* V dfLcct -- him, still swearing .
My dear thumb a : taisu oilier I about you .when we'd! .had. our tAlk ....: (Continued on Fade :Tm) ,
fellow, I'll tell you if you we are .solTent; .. dtizegv He> The. fellow's, 4 miserL among I Ca.i-r..t do 2pu? .. ,
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1 f' When the joints are sore and swollen, and the muscles throbbing ,
: ...TO BE... I I* BY KEITN GORDON. -- 1 l paiu of Rheumatism, relief must be had at once, and it is natural' to 'oh th tv v.

Copyright; 1905, by Keith Gordon. .. SiftSKH I t affected parts with liniments, oils,'dc:. ThIs treatment does ge-rj In.j **"*
I, ""... .. .... .. .. I II. (Continued"fromI. Page Nine) by temporar. y- relieving the pain and reducing:: inflammation **'
.,." .!,."..("' .: _,,"" ......1l".L,, : .w. .. WttrrfWhen bui
SOLD AT COST I. 'S"'it' eo; G'C "' 'I:"' .I:"" """ '" ''''' : j t ***** I. effect on the ie
t tell y.m or you're a dead 'inau, yourself is fn the blood and cannot be rubbed away. Rheumatism. is brought ,'It

the young niaa' at last reluc- remembered distinctly now that ant !r I indigestion,'\veaktidneys, poor, bowel action, stomach troubles and ou *
tantly furled hit lines about the long had paused there: at a certain crossing "1 wish I was cue," BuLlet sobbed."I eral sluggish condition of the system The refuse and\vaste mature .l c_ .*

: We have few fine buggies and in poles and stOwed them away as best waiting' fdr him to get by, a sort of wish I had his 'revolver to blow carried off through the natural ------w !! :

a wagons Le might In the covered buggy that he shadow girl who had seemed a part of' my own brains out It's lying under, I avenues of bodily waste, are In While the swampy at work for the F. C.&:;P.l.*

stock which we are offering for sale at cost. bad procured in the village the shad. his musings. Doubtless she had passed him. Oh. my God my God:I" left to sour and form uric acid and Rheumatism and region was completely I' cont,%:*' *-

t Come and see them and get prices, or drop ows were already long and pensive. close behind the buggy and the'bobbing His knees knocked together; the other irritating poiSons: which are ab- leas over 150.00 for about with four doctors.months but an<1.p*":';
poles with the dangling books had parodied frenzy of reaction was at its height. 'sorbed by the blood making- thin everyday and flnauyqujt got":
us a postal and we will mail full particulars. When he reached the village_the_bush sranS.S.S. them anfl,
r the; tragedy of Absalom. But We had to take him downstairs between weak and acrid. Then instead of I took a few bo -
twilight the broad. decorous wa cured sound and well. ,
Jay M
of early on
how should he find her and restore her us. and so through the front nourishing the different nerves, muscles -' is now splendid. and I heaj
streets which were almost deserted. lost headgear? door out into the open air. joints and tissues it fills them who pounds. There is a lady livtng weigh teRn 1':5.

Tbefr very emptiness however, The same problem was tormenting All was still outside-all but the with poison to produce the aches 'HheumatUm.is now taking For two S.months S. 8. for ah kIt,

PENSACOLA BUGGY CO. I was full of suggestive cheor. Picturesof the brain of the owr.er of the hat, andas smothered weeping of the unstrung pains and other disagreeable syrap- Ding not turn your herself medicine bed about but Sine HOt bel,;-

broad. low rooms ,with bountifully a result the postmistress received wretch upon our bands. Raffles 're- toms of the disease. Rheumatism ago has improved rapidly three and' 1"'?**
tables, on "which feathery two turned for a moment to the house; able to sit up. lean ?
spread supper notices withIn the next hour with is usually worse in Winter for the commend 8.s. ,

30 East Garden Street Pensacola Fla.. biscuit, cold'chicken and preserves the request that she put them 'up in the i'> then all was dark aswelL The gate f I reason that cold and dampness.are toansutrerinBfromKhwmntujn Dish, N. C. S. C.LAS3iTEj,
made a tempting array, rose before his postotnce. I| opened from within;-we closed It care- exciting causes: The nerves become I Wall severely.troubled with
dreamy eyes;, cheerful, natural faces "If'the person whose carelessness"the j tally behind as, and o left the starlight with the ti m. I had it in knees Rleuma.
I excited and sting pain. muscles my ,
::4 _ _ _ _ _-U-_ _ _ _ loomed in the thick red lit-of| old word "carelessness" was underscored I i shining on broken l1'as8 and polished are sore and drawn, the joints Rheumatism ankles,and any knows one who how hal ever legs had ant

; fashioned lamps; the rag carpets rockIng -"led to the unlawful acquisi- I .spikes, one and all. as we had swollen and stiff and the sufferer the pain is and how it tnterferfU t'Xcruclaulg'

r th7L chairs and cretaries-all the details tion of a hat'' last eveninglll leave! I! found them. lives in intense agony; and if the one having at work.been I bothered was truly with m! bad sH.i:1.

HALL & CO. of the rural household scene were same with the postmistress the owner 1 I We escaped. No need to dwell on disease is not checked it often leaves years,off and on. A local pbYIIClan u for \l'a*,
vividly pleasurably before him. will feel in some I our escape. Our murderer seemed set vigsd me to use S. 8. S. I did BO Aftp
* : WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS ; measure placated i its victims helpless cripples for life. taking two bottles I noticed
II I Behind him the long poles! clipped! read the first one. And the second was I I.I upon the scaffold. Drunk with his Rheumatism cannot be rubbed!: away ness and pain were greatly edae.
FOUR FULL QUARTS with rhythmical, monotonous motion like this: "if 'the owner of a bat that I j deed he was mOle trouble than SIx but it can be driven from the blood PUffhiy continued cured the; all medicin pain sorenses and ,ad"flammttion ,..
...OF... as thehorse jogged evenly along. At mysteriously disappeared on Tuesday I I| men drunk with wine. Again and by S. S. S. Being a perfect blood tone. I recommS! II
fbe! crossing of tnEt the slight, again: we threaten to leave him to to all Rhfll1mauc sufferer*
; ; ts. evening will leave her name and ad--. purifier this great: remedy soon pro. J.L.AONVT
THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY- graceful figure of a girl paused.for him dress with the postmistress It will be' hIs' fate, to wash our hands of him duces, a complete change in the en- oOffK. Greenbrier- St. Mt Ve !!*,, s.

to pass. In the shadowy light the returned Immediately." : but incredible and unmerited luck was tire circulation ; the thin, acrid blood is made pure and rich, and a.- II *.
FOR $3.50. eeeined like a spirit-:-the spirit. of the Before noon of the following day the with the three of us. Not a soul did through the body nourishes and soothes the irritated nerves, eases the thr.S 0 r. .

advancing night. young man. now thoroughly alert and we meet between that and Willesden bing muscles, and dissolves
: Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your Thus sunk, lost, wrapped in revery, no longer the dreamy- heedless fellow and of those who saw us later did one I out of the system the irritating and camei
r goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial be dro\e on, the poles waving up and of the night before, might have been think of the two young men with In the joints which are keeping up t:
down behind him like long, hungry tentacles seen sending his way along one of the 'I crooked white ties supporting a thirdIn S S pain inflammation. :0<
4 1 order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla. S S nutS
unmistakable condition |
: exploring the evening air for broad shaded streets of the village a seemingly Rheumatism permanently and ,.
to ao:
something to catch and bold. A jolt gingerly carrying a parcel wrapped In I when the evening papers apprised the j I tion tones up the digestion and stun.
and a rumble and the buggy.'rolled tissue paper. His,anxious scrutiny of I I town of a terrible tragedy at Kensal t different members of the
YLULIMBLt.late3 iJOr.Y
over the crossing with an energy that the houses showed that he sought some Rise? to -r fun duty so there
sent the poles dipping lower than ever, unfamiliar place, but at last after a We walked to Maida Vale and for another attack. Do not waste time trying to rub Rheumatism awat>-t

and then the tentacles booked something final vacillating moment, he opened a thence drove openly to my rooms. ButI get it out of the blood with S. S. S. so that the cold and dampness of \\ mi.r

.t MAIN OFFICM. BRAVCHE3.l I I -booked it tight and after a brief gate and went in. alone went upstairs; the other two will not keep you in continual pain and agony. Special book on Rheunn.
S i I' resistance on the part :of the booked In the ('()comfortable, old fashioned par. proceeded to the Albany. and I saw tism and any medical advice will be given free. .

Jacksonville, Florida. |\l Savannah. Tampa Pensacola. thing, which manifested a strong inclination .. lor he waited for the owner of the: hat; no more of Raffles for forty-eight hours. -
to remain where It was-lift. waited-though he did not know that He was not at his rooms when I called THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.ATLANTA, CA.

ed It high in a triumph and maliciously until later-for the appearance of the In the morning; he had J.eft no word. I --- -- -. .
disappeared down the dusky street. lady of hill life. It was not that she When be reappeared the papers were

PAID CAPITAL, $500,000 leaving a paralyzed, 'shadowy shape 1: was wondrously fair or In any way full of the murder, and the man who I No. SSO3
staring after It with astounded eyes. j distinguished, as the heroines of the had committed it was on the wide Atlantic "
i The Consolidated Grocery Company IB successor to the C. B. Robert C.W. LAMAR. President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cash.ir
For a moment the girl.stood .ep<*echIPSS Btory hooks always are. He never just; a steerage passenger from Liverpool
r ( Company of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company, of Jacksonville; M. E. CLARK.Vice-Fre itltnt and Cashier. I. W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashwf:
bewildered. To have her bat suddenly found out why It was, but from the morneut to New York
the branch of the Florida Naval Stores and Commission
grocery plucked from her head as if bya that the slender, girlish' figure apIcared -, There was no arguing with him:' so I
: of Jacksonville; the grocery branch Jt the Mutual Naval Stores Company, ol '
, fc Jacksonville: the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval Stores Company, OJ hand thrust from the sky in sleepy in the doorway and turned quiz. Raffles told me. -Either be must make I'I'a THE AMERICAN NATIONALOF BANK
,, *- Tampa; we grocery braach of the Oa Naval Stores Company,of PensacoU'f little village of the new world-well.It zical eyes upon him his heart beat to a clean breast of It or flee the country.So .
; the grocery branch of the Wt Coast Naval Stores Company of Pensacola'I was an experience that stopped her new. strong theme. I rigged him up at the studio and JVS4COL4, FLA.
.! the grocery branch or the Southern Naval Stores Company of Savannah. mental machinery with a'j(>rk. "But didn't you bear me call?' she we took the first train to Liverpool.

, Will handle everything In Heavy and Light Groceries, Grain Domestic! Had it been in Greece in the year asked when they had laughed, explained Nothing would induce him to sit tight DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES

' And Imported Groceries Turpentine Tools, etc. State Agents for the Whit eomething or other It. C.it would have and apolog; ed. he for capturing the and enjoy the situation, as I should CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS, $63,000.
j S 4flckory Turpentine Wagons. been explicable as the deed of some' hat and she for the underscored wordin have endeavored to do in his place

C. M. COVINGTON goddess, jealous and angered at the her notice. "Didn't you bear me and it's just as welL I went to his DIRECTORS.
4j{ ; PENSACOLA of her lote of shout 'Oh. ?"* to and
BRANCH beauty a hat. Jealous man stop diggings destroy some papers I.
Henry L. Covinglon, Frank Reilly C. Dra"qF,
goddesses, she recalled had done even lie shook hIs! bead penitently, for what do you think I found? The police .1. M. Pfelfftr. W. S. Roasco C. W. Lnir.Hr.

more einaonuuary things than snatching even so soon it Deemed incredible that in possession. There's a warrant Bryan Dunnodj,' T. F. MHiourin, .1. R. SIIun.kr: .
a mortal' hat with her voi calling be should not out against him already! The Idiots I 1.. M. Aver>'. W. II. MHton. O. [. Mourn.McKcnzie .

Or had it been. later, in mediaeval have heard. Then the talk turned to think that window wasn't genuine, W. L. Cauthon, Or. W. J. Hannah, tn-t1'iq}
times, she might' ba've"as ri1x d this other things, and with n glad sort of a, and the warrant's, out. It won't be Ales McGoiIn. C. M. Cox Ing ton, M. E. Clark.

Dangers of Defective Plumbing; bat lifting to black magic. But in the!' shock be discovered that in town they my fault It It's'ever served!"
: Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited
: United States of America.in the year lived in the same square. Nor, after all these years, can I -
' ; Defective plumbing permits the entrance, of 1005 neither of thsse explanations "And to think that I have never seen think. it will be mine. Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.

;_ 1' into the house of saver gas bearing! germs of contagious could hold, and that was the reason your! he exclaimed with slow wonder
; she stood as if she had taken root as it the thing were scarcely credible, Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
diseases to which the human system readily succumbs. and thereupon the girl laughed, for she
.; while these shot
: thoughts rapidly Foley & Co., Chicago, originated .____
had him and
seen again again. always --
through her mind.
Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung
Is Your Plumbing System Defective ? Meanwhile. her bat., dancing up and with a warm approval of his swinginggait remedy, and on account of the great
and a certain air that said that he
down in diabolical fashion
: Sewer gas is. not necessarily generated in the sewer but is as if a to tantalizing wave her a mocking farewell -- could look out for himself and some. merit and popularity of Foley's Hon-I AT SOME TIME DURING THE LIFEOf
body else besido. One., she remember- ey and Tar many immitations
frequently created in the plumbing within the house was being borne, elowly; but inexorably
and .
. 1 system into the gloaming. Before ed. she had wondered who the somebody feied for similar sounding names.

. )., enters the apartments through defective fixtures. she recovered the power of speech and would be. ware of them. The genuine Be-I

r\ motion the buggy was halfway down "Probably because you never fish., Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack everyone comes an opportunity of
The most danger ed for before," she ventured mischievously .
the block. She made a step after it, me age. Ask for it and: refuse any sub- making money.
? ii iiI ous :sewer gases are then stopped. She> had ''a sharp, humorous and then she caught her lip stitute. It is the best remedy for
: $ Iii between her teeth and wished shehadn't
often inodorous and vision of herself 'hatleSs and coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alemberte, Only those with funds available are
for his face became
.J. I : disheveled: pursuing= that dancing= take of such
therefore not discovered very earnest and there was a conquer. druggist and apothecary. in a position to advantage
mocking .bobbing will-o'-the-wisp a .
ing in his voice as he answered .
until i ill-health hat through the village streets, making: ring opportunities.Are
. slowly but determinedly:
renders. frantic, ineffectual jumps at it. as a
:- necessary dog at a biscuit held just beyond its "rerhaps so. But.from now on lam, NOTICE you in such a position? If not
examination of con going to fish for If need be-fish
;t" reach and the vistou' caused her to years better get ready for your next chance
;' ditions, but often too until you yield from sheer wearinessof
.f pause. seeing ne sitting motionless on the We have secured the services of E. ; by opening an account with the First
,late to repair the dam. "Here! I won't ?"
Oh say, stop, you
bank-until I can win you for my M. Williams: of Atlanta, who is an National.
she called Imploringly; the quadruped ex-l
done "
electrician and
age own. pert we are now
: f p t i ) drawing the buggy/ proceededwith And Le kept his word so! well that ter prepared than ever to do all kindsof 'Four cent interest allowed in our
;:: If you are in a dexterity that reminded her of electrical works at moderate prices.! per
now they not 'only live in the same
4? .
i; t .:. doubt, .consult us regarding the juggler who keeps four balls in the square, but in the same house. Ring phone 570 and our savings department on deposits of $1.00
; \. air at the same time,while the fall of tive will call on you. representa'i and upward, compounded semi-annually
11411&\\\Thl'&\ the piping also
its hoofs came to her in a more and nished on all kinds of work. '
Lt SLJh.Jll \ i'IiJ' the replacing of defec- more distant aden e. PENSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY

n /LLI Il tne fixtures with "Oh man!" she
but the owner!' of the fishing 'rods was SEWING 1
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. ,. : Enameled Ware, damp, earthy, evening smells, coin $2IRWRD NATIONAL BANK
:; ; f which is,acknowledged miming with the approaching spirit of

..-. ; .the best sanitary equipment night deaf to'any but trumpet voices. ; I
. "\Yell:" she exclaimed explosively
in the world. with an energy that emptied her lungs MACHINES 1II% !' I
to the remotest corners. "Well, I like W.H.KKOWUWS P""" W.E:.HYKR.JR",V.-Pr..... and Casfcler.TW. .
BKBNT and W.N.ROBCRTa.: Awt.Oililer
1 1I 1I 1I.
WICKE & COMp that! I'd just liketo- know what I'm DnacTOM-F. 0.1 lirent.. W. A. Blount. w. H. Knowles, W. K. HyerD.'O. Jr.
I Brent.
going to do?

J And in answer to the query the officious ,..at... ._
obt W.! "f>. :.subconscious self!
set her in motion and she found herself .

-=-- --- - I heading toward her boarding placeto HILTON OBXKX. F UIPiar. T. K. VKLLKS.a. .VIC -PMSI "TMANSVIKLD .
"' the monotonous inward wail of, BARGAIN. :M.Avsaaau..easiae. MORENO.A t< "

"And it's the only} Lat 1 have'with me!" .., ... Citizens National Bank

.l 'Meanwhile:: the drove ,
I & : young man on
MARION CURRY co. t 1 musingly, blissfully, until he reached of: fent: teoU. Flerida.J:1.reo.or....
the house where he was staying all ,
I Oeo.W Wright )torn Bear T. K. W..wu
i unconscious of his latest and most un- ttxtt. EoWniOB L.Ullto Oreru.L ._
16 18 20 MANRESA i usual "catch." The light! was streamIng _
t 4 STREET, I warmly from the -windows as hit As we are going out of the I. I .- A'Gft.R BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

: drove side of the booe to .WARRANT' for the arrest of this wo -- i: I -
4 : PENSACOLA FLORIDA. : I past up '
. the barn and jumped out. Sewing Mschine business, we man. She is about 26 years of age,' ..... ... .e. ..... .t.. ... ............ i.. ..........,
i WHOLESALE _._ i ii At the sight of the dark object dimly I weighs 135 pounds, thick dark tair, J REE3H>2* !i0. B. W. MBNEFEB. CasUer.
$ offer for
sale S st
visible at the end of his poles he staredin at price high forehead brown eyes, five feet I II ; R. Vice-President. I
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surprise A moment later, when he j high wears No. 6 shoes, upper teeth : I ;
I had carried them 'Into the patch of thirty.five Drop-Head I gold filled and one crowned tooth. She I OF PNSACOL&t \
If I
: i Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs j light 'from the nearest window, his has long fingers with round nails.' Director"*' L. J. R.t.ev.s, J. t. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler R. M. CM 4

bands dropped herplessly.. Wheeler & Wilson Plump of figure and fairly pretty. Her-I ,W. A. DA4'niberte, T. A. Jennings J. J. Hooton. I
There it was, a trim,.natty,hat-a wo f TRANSACTS A <.. NZAZ4 BANKING BUSINESS. *
+ maiden name was Thompson, which '
man's bat, or.- no girl's' hat. Even to .
. Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida Any Quantity. his groping mascullne'sense there was Sewing MachinesParties name she has possibly assumed. ........... ... ........... .. .. .. . .tt..tt.

f Experienced( Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. $ omething coqnettisb. pIal ful.'aUurin Wire sheriff at DeFuniak Springs, = -'

!, Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices., $ about It. But there.it' was held firmly portion Florida; $:5.;;.oo reward for the chill
desiring a or
as an ensnared fish by, the two sharp Fisher Monroe Douglas. This woman
k 2 Telephone 208. P..O.Bpx: 661. t R. lCary. JJUSVWholesais '
hooks, surely the strangest object a all of these machines are invited Florence Wood kidnapped him from ,.,... .4&Et: 'T cfe OO' See'-
$...+.+.+...++*+.+**+.+.*++...+......+.+..+...+.....+ fisherman ever caught. Freeport, Fla. on the night of September and HeUlt Dealer in

'I -. -- -- Where'd it come fromr* demandedthe to call or write us.WIll. .. 6th, 1905. The child Is 6 years old, Steam, Domestic Anthracite
boy who had out to unharnessthe 0 A L
: come fair skin, light hair, has npper fore arid BlacksmithS
horse. suddenly, as if the
teeth rotted ; very plump,
weight ?
; i joke revealed to'' bun, he omce.:_.NOL 45 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. j
: SHINGLES. SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS were just about 50 pounds! ; very bright child. *""'
burst into a loud guffaw in which the Expense3 'paid both ways delivering Yard corner Tarragona andQony.alezstreets. Phones 6 and .-.

t BUILDING MATERIAL. young man joined In spite Of himself. child to DeFunlak Springs Fla. In addition ....
I Later on be worked it out. It must to the $25 reward. -

Phone 11. H. G. ,DeSILVA J\ & CO. belong to the slender young'girl who H. A. DOUGLAS,
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6 Son -f Father of the I 1.-
tad waited for him to ddv vast H, Johnson \ y DeFnniak Springs child Fla. READ THE JOURNALTEN


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1 GLAD Honey and Tar not only

: utf: ;T. 1 stops the cough but heals and strength.ens .
t'b the lungs and prevents serious roe

ta snIts from a cold.
i There is no danger of Pneumonia
Consumption or other serious luna

trouble Foley' Honey and Tar*

+ is taken, as it will cure tho most stubborn -,

coughs-the dangerous kind that

settles on the lungs and may developInto .

..yffcN pneumonia over night. ,
If you have a cough or cold do not* frisk

Rif? S;; Pneumonia when Foley'Honey

and Tar will cure you quickly and
strengthen your lungs.

Remember the name Folo,'.

., rlipnrM Honey and Tar-and refuse any,

substitute offered. Do not take chances

with some unknown preparation that

I costs yon the same whea you can get

Fotoy's Honey and Tar, that costs

you no more and is safe and certain
r i .in results. Contains no opiates. .

t>ML2r .
f.r Cured After Physician. Said H.,
P, ( 1 e ryp ypQt ET 'r''a Had, Consumption.
tuNt: odwN wewl f
E. H. Jones Pastor M. E. Church.*

tL Grove Md., writes: "About seven or;
s eight years ago I had a very severe cold

which physicians said was very near

pneumonia, and which they afterward.,

tI pronounced consumption. Through a..t
friend I was induced try a sample of 3Foley's

I s \ ; a. f"t Honey and Tar,which gave me* .

so much relief that! I bought some of;

| the regular size. Two or three bottles "'

iZ 1tjj1 1 I : E1 .A s j cured me of what the physicians called
: : consumption, and I have never had any
; | trouble with my throat or lungs sinct

1 7 that time." '

Three sizes-2Sc, SOc, $1.00. ,

iyVhat! a lovely time Bobby has had sending valentines to all his girls---nine' of "' "m. We think Bobby is probably better supplied one-half The 50 times cent as size ranch contains as the small two and size ''

in this line than most of our readers, else there wouldn't be enolgh.little} girls! to go around. Which of our I and as much.the $1.00 bottle almost six times :a

readers can tell the names of Bobby's nine. favorites? ; SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY -i


No. 8.-Skm. :: Ethel McConnell, "No 1: Tie, No 6,. Purl Restaurants. I The Alexandrite.: The {
I Don't think that jour knowledge cf
THE PUZZLE ARMY Ciaver." A Chicago man Just returned from
I Correct Answers-Received. Edna and Marie Ghann, ":\0. 7 a ramble in Europe declares that in f wonder gems i* complete, till you have*' Silverware
Correct answers to last Sung d a*' & .. eeen. an "alexandrite" green by day
Journal puzzle pictures were recci\"J"J Susie Kiedinger. "1\0..6. Satan" Paris the traps for unwary traveler and red by night. And such a green- :
WORSTEDMajority innumerable the sands of the We
WAS BADLY from the following bright boys' and Kenneth Quarterman. (Valdosta,, are as olive bronze, with a potent suggestion!!
familiar lathe
of the most
girls. Oa) missed "Nos: 6, 7, and 8, but h* seashore. One that red is there. Green when held In "
I Bojkin flyer, City writes so nicely the editor trusts; h? restaurant here the bill of fare the sunlight In a darkened room with Sell

Icse," "Salt" "Salt on tails" and Louis Kinlay, Pollard. Ala will\\ 'Keep on kepin' on" is without prices, the check being made artificial light a ruby where the emerald
Were Bowled Over by "Chinese Coins""Boykin ennette: Fanne, City. Mar D and Clara M. Stokes "No, out according to what the customer was a moment before-a' tawny 1
Harry Porter Montgomery, Ala. 6. Cleaver" seei'is able to pay "I was bitten once
flyer Cit>' aid not Rive Wine red of exquisite[ tone. I t Lr
No 6 and 7 Boykin Hyer his street address, ,but !.* i is entitledto Leoma 'Bear, Cit 1 1W. I Mildred McKmnon. "No 7f Tub." or twice in this way," says the traveler -
the dollar this time and can have Clifford Reynolds, City.C. An Appreciated Letter. "but tbpn I refused to order nn- molting( Cvatona,
Gets that Dollar. it whenever he calls for it at The J. Members, City.Annie The 'following appreciative letter less the mpru tueutloned the ('O't. Among the Rechusna of Africa It is
Journal offica It. Pfelffer. Cit explains Itself: Sometimes the proprietor protested the custom for the people'when smoke t f rfu'
Wesley Woodland City.Thomas Dear Puzzle Editor-I don't think I didnt
but I toM him that
Answers F'b. 4. Woodland, Citj have ever .written to an editor before feebly the lug to take a limber twig which they Are
rh. to the Puzzle Ctilton Skagon, 111. thank for gettingthe buy his victuals without knowing bend Into the form of a semicircle and '
&a,! and left wing and a ma The correct answers Irma Mora, but I wanted to you
and I should follow his Clans.ple -
price, then bury in mud. This Is- well
Nellie Glackinsyer, City railroai! company to let us hare pounded
1 The Journal-Sunday
<1"itof the main body of the Puz- Pictures in "
Clara Scheetz, City. mall .early .in the morning. I get up' down and when the earth is sufficiently ,
tie Army "fell down" on "Nos. 6 and 4, are Richard Barker, Roberta, Fla. Sunday morning and go to the station set the twig Ig is built on the heirloom plan, mad"*
7"ot last Sunday Puzzle pictures ando No. 1.-Soap. Anna Lisa Hennckson, City. and buy a paper from the news boy Too Polite. leaving a hole which to last for and and them
6" fares especially bad at their No. 2.-Iron. the till "Tour father is certainly the politest withdraWD.1 years years,
Meta Nettle Ghann. because: w9 did not set paper pose of a p1pe t m. descend to the
nands for most of the Puzzlers call Xo 3.Spider.No. Hazel Clarke. City. Monday afternoon. But thanks to you man I know. In the excavation. next generation.
*iim 'Satin, Satan Mephisto, Mephiaif 4.-(Picture.No. Either> Drackett. Morgan City La. we 'get it early now So I am goingto "What makes you say that?" The Hawaiian natives habitually '
'poi .5: or just plain "detil." 5Table. Millie Swaine. City. join the Puzzle Army again and "He's pretending that. he's cured of whiffs'are 1841
swallow the and few
'No. 7 Is given as "Head or Tails"Heads No. 6Pan. Lucy S'alne.City., bd on the honor list O! Mr. Editor, his dyspepsia la order that he shall ; r.
I win." "Heads I win, tails you No. 7.-Matches Bi: Swaina, City. I I was that watch running when: the gee not hurt his doctor's feelings"-New enough to produce intoxication. -

r __ ___ ___ _, ___ Arthur Johnson, City. tlenian found it in the shark And Yorker. This drawback advantage however, since, ha the* its exhaustion corn.pensating SPOONS FORKS, ETC., '
Manuel \Johnson, City. I what time'as !it? He did not say are as near perfection for this r
E. G. Bonifa, Jr.. Muscogee, Fla. and I 'want'to know I am yours for Streaao Hlat.Ht of a single pipe 1* enough to pro I possible. and ae shall take pleasure purpose i a"lis 1 .
--= LeClere M. Quina, City. I list Richard Barker duce wholesale! inebriation. ** It t is q
the honor bBd-Let me 4Ie.e, hoc long if It wowing }ou aU the late designs in thfv
Natural Childbirth.a ... Otto Reinhardt, City. [ Robert;.Fla.. Feb. a. ptnce T7n -l'!, John was here? Wife. pa*pd from month to month reliable brand.
Painleflfl Stella Reinhardt, City. Thanks, Richard. The Puzzle edi On, ,it must be several years. He wa* The Kaffirs smote Ath* tobawn, a i
!'t conaainto the world saouli be jneceoed by a certain p,eirati.n o" Everett, Rice, City. ; tor is'always glad to welcome a bright here the week after I got my last neMnDPL species of Letup, in a Tater pipe resembling {I'
the part of e fry woman who expect to become a mother. She owes it as a Gladys Bell, City. Puzzler like you--especiallY when you the hookah. .t
dun to her unborn babe, and to herself; her duty to her unborn Babe is to use Elmire Bell, City. "come back" so effectively; ] As for 2eciii
trey means within her to aM his entrance into the :world. Eaby cannot I
t'p himself in this ordeal pover therefore mother must. He has a hard enough time Mamie Metcalf, City.Susie 'jour inquires as to that shark, they
after life "4s Arnold, City. respectfully referred to toe
His health in depe are
ZX bls male
let hiscominI6uy:
annral so. us
greatly noon the manner of his coming: ..ouU you have your child 2:cnpp.eormould Joe Metcalf Arnold, City. "watch and fish" ealtor with a request\ I 1
you have him a tower of strength Strong n",en are buttrornup Robert Arnold ,Metcalf Dunkirk,.:la, that he answer jour reasonable questions PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON PENSACOLAMorris
chi: lr'n; :a famous surgeon in Vienna is Je>oUB; his (or .Ind.)' at the earliest possible moment, _
} life,-.rk to t.e! cure of little child helpless to become cripple a cripple, bye Francis Laws, CIty i I through his dispartment of The Jour .
5t birth; do not allow your Marshall Grant Cobb Gherkin (?) nat So-look out for it, and-on the Answers Must Bo Writtea an This Coupon Blink. NO' _. - -----S a
Ind. I honor list you go young man. Come Attention Will Ie raid Those Met Written On It N* PR
Friend / ?;\ to this 1111,.
Mother.'s regularly. Exception
L VIrginIa. Walker City.' DannheisserFormerly
Mead Hart, City. I
Is :a liniment which will forestall aiy possibility .('accident at Elwood Goss,. Columbus. (Evidently No Case of Pneumonia on Record My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-day are as follows: ( of .Dannheisser Bros)

birth; that Is,it relaxes all the abd child.mnal' It muscles eases the and mother's tissue, to, Elwood there Is but "one" We do not know of a single instance Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fins'

and pun permits, and so of an assists.aty access nature to that the when baby comes he starts Columbus, for he omits his state:) where a cough or cold resulted in Ne..I Wines Beer and Tobacco.
well able to jbt life's battles Susie Ketterer, City., consumption when Fo- Ira
out in life"with a constitution pneumonia: Old '
Hickory Whiskey My Specialty
S and to bloom into strofg-pate manhood that. is the comfortand Nell West, City. ley's Honey and Tar had been taken.It .
H of true mother's heart. Bridget Di .Lustro City 12 W. Zarragossa Street,
delight every Send for our cures coughs and colds perfectly,so No. ZNo.3 _
f H l One dollar is the price at all drug stores. Willie Lee/City. do take chances with some un PENSCAOLA. FLORID
book.n"Motherhood" It is free. Edith Parise City. '. .. : 'known no;; preparation which may contain .' ._ ..._ .- .. __ __ i i

F Brad field Regulator ,Co. A''l*'' Tom King, City. X 1 I opiates, which cause constipation, W:
Clotilde Di Lustro City. a condition that retards recovery from'

Carl Thorpe City. ,, coLI. Ask for Foley's Honey and .
Arnold Sarra City. la substitute offered. No.No.. *.
41 and refuse
Tar any
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"n1 Ube Girt, City.
W. A. D'Alembsrte, druggist and. We
DIAMONDS WATCHES, JEWELRY, Celia Rand. City. apothecary.
Sam Abraham. City. .- 5.No. .

I SILVERWARE | Edgar Sands, City. > NOTICE CourtCritical
STERLING Nap. B. Barnes Iowa. .
GOODS Cecile De Mahr, Camp Da Mahr, I I IH.
ART POTTERY, OPTICAL r Pensacola, Fla.. iFeb. S. 1906.
F.a. It having come, to ovr notice that IN.
CUT GLASSWARE. Elisia oe<" Blanche, Camp De Mahr certain ,parties are picking' up drift I .. 7 inspection of our
i via. timber on the beach inside the arbor, laundry work because we
Gebhardt M. De Mahr; Fla.Perruchlo and offering same for sale contrary to do not fear you will have 4
Stationery. Van Twiller. Ortiz Villa, law, we hereby warn all parties .. I any fault to find. We 'do :
Engraving and Fla against this practice, and will prosecute l t work, that is satisfactory.
to ,the full extent of the law the ,
Edna Sims City. r
next or found doing i : Star Steam I t
William DeB Wnitson, City person persons IN. i The

: Mat il! Orders Receive Prompt Attention !| Gary Marie T.Eilean Smith.Smith City. City, this.given.. No Pensacola further Lumber warning Co will. by be I* ., II I Laundry.

E Nobles The ''10'. S. Keyser Co., byJ.
4'--'V. ij 'tt. John Edward Walters. City .
Nearly Correct. I. S.. McGaughv; Smith & Marzoni. aanUn,81 llealatf=!c.PenNCOl. .
E. Jewelry Co. | The following sent correct answers representing Rir M: Robinson. H. 'I I S7 E P1..
O. Zadek lN ,
to all.trat the ones mentioned. Baars & Co. Rosasco Bros.. W. L. ,j : '. I
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f r I ,PEOPLE and -EVENTS A j GUOD'ST'E'A"K i Y Services at the ChurchesFollowing I Ii' WORMS eslled"l hadforweans,5redfrom.S Drapepals I purehs.ed sad b.r Catarrh of of a tee tsaed tmedieame 5wmA, isAvtans

I pored to and skas I' hd 'em'e.lrmt.amasehmw isrCu
,. .t t.t.t. = Jadg..rdory, ''4.prise .
.'. t. .x.g ... .. wkss I showed him thttss .. ,. ..

t I Seen Heard and t Done Among Those Who Go, Come ,and | .... I' a.worm I baeseolotedlb.the II.r.Ssiadel h.it be.*beasotaeaI shosieke.sppieg aaue eetersu.hart, ,a/u,

,will be the order of. services -! and third Sunday at 11 aim and ..::0' this sessmeafal.Bisekssmk.will appeal W ether act.e,rta, n NChu.
at, the various churches throughout 1 p: m. Prayer'. meeting Sunday 7' P. Wer 1319 Mimi.PhiiaEe P! ,q
f Women and Here and Elsewhere .1..1.L | pti
Society .
1i Tarry & ,. tastes much better 'with some' of,' ourFrench the, city to-dayt I m. \. .. a Best for

'I __ g Catholic.St. The BowelseANDYCATHpATtt
Mushroons and Artichokea.Large Presbyterian.First .
By E. NOAME BECK. T fhone 669. Michael's Church First mass 7 II Presbyterian Church-Rev.

&: -_.._ ........' .......,-... -__ -----.....-.--.....--__.......-N .-... MJ size cans Mushroons... .. .25c o'clock;, children's mass 9 o'clock; Julian S. Sibley, pastor. Sunday
13I2iSDtiftJbR ,. JW+ Ibi S ::I last mass 10:30 o'clock; vespers 4 !
t. Medium size Cans Mushroons.. ..15c school 9:30: a. m. Christian Endeavor :
o'clock.St. 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and :
I! MRS. BRYAN'S LUNCHEON Large size Cans .Artichokes.40c Joseph's Church-Services as follows 7:30 p. m.Sunday .

FOR 'MRS. BERRY'S GUESTS. : I school at the Stoddart Avenue -
The Journal's Fashion Feature
.:/' Daily FOR SALADS ,FRENCH CAPERS Sunday .7. a. m. Low Mass and In I Mission .at. 3:30 p. m. C. F. Zeek
; Lieutenant and Mrs. J. I. Bryan entertained struction.: i 9 a. m. Sunday school. 10a. superintendent. All are coralally In- Pleuae$.Paiatabie I ,Potent.Test.G '.ee
with luncheon at the Osceo- Large size' Bottles_ ... .? .. ...25c m, High Mass and Instruction. 4 p. I vited. sold N..r i.Sieke.balk..TILe W.sk..r.Grllb"ble']k'am..t1;: &rTe.ar.asesaio

la- Club Friday for Miss Trabue and Medium size bottles. ,. .. .... ..15c m. Vespers Rosary Benediction' of I cursor rear 1tt.lle7 b.rl, rte
Miss Green who are visiting Captain' the Blessed Sacrament.. Christian.* Sterliog Remedy Co.,pttogo or N.Y. "
end Mr*. Berry at the navy jard. Mass during the week is at 7:30 a. I First Christian Church-Gregory, ANNUAL SALE. TEll MILLION BOIES
. i The decorative scheme was in a
lovely shade of complimentaryto ROSENAU & GERELDS, m. except Mondays and Fridays, whenIt I two blocks east Palafox St. Sunday
and green tastefully carriedout < Is at 8 a. m. During Lent and the 'school 10 a. m.. H. J. Mackey, Supt.
Miss Green
as far possible in hearts, the The Fancy Grocers, months of May and October it ia at Preaching: at 11 a. m. and 7:50::: p. m.

s,: t biscuits and the green ices being 8am. by O. P. SpIegel general evangelist,
served heart shaped. Phone 391. Ponaacola., Confessions in the evenings before of Birmingham, Ala. :Morning sub

The Beautifully appointed: oblong Sundays,Holy Days'or Obligation and !ject: "The Christian's God. Evening SEEDS
! table bad violets for the canter piece, First Fridays from 4 p. m. to 9 p. m. : Special sermon to tourists entitled
j' f= while an exquisite pink rose was at Lessons in Cooking and Sewing. Baptisms Sundays at 2 p." m. or by "Tourists and Builders" }Miss.

" 'each girl's place and violets at the Cooking: Vegetables, meats salads appointment. S s Burrow will sing. The,,public in. general -I I

nen's. t deserts pastry cakes candies,breads; IsInvited.a I
eight about the I
The congenial
course of 12 lessons Sewing
$12. :
:t>c.ardWere the host and hostess :Mr. drafting Church of Christ, cor. Jackson and Umversalist
cutting fitting dressmaking.Classes ,
t and Mrs. Bryan Miss Trabue andHiss Alcaniz Streets. Bible school 10a. First Universalist Church-East
for women'and children. Five
a l Green the honorees :Miss Edna lessons m. Communion service 11 a. m. I Chase street. Sunday School at 10 a.
$2.50. A. in-
M. McIntyre
.Avery, Mr. 'J.: Clark Porter, Mr. Cross structor. 301 Sfeblw Preaching 7:30 p. m. by W. T. Tracy. m. Y. P. C. U- 6:30: sharp. All are
West Chase.
,'end Mr. Buckn&r Chipley. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening cordially invited.
Alter the luncheon among a num- 1 1f 7:45. All welcome. W. T. Tracy will II .

Ser of society men who joined the 1 on North HilL Mr. end Mrs: Folk be at Gonzalez at 11 a. m. I Salvation Army. .

K : ,' party over coffee and accompanied are now on their honeymoon-and they Episcopal. I Meetings nightly at the Army Hall.
"4 I them on a bay party were :Mr. Theo- vl.\ have Just spent a portion of it"as" theguests. Christ Church-Rev. P. H. Whaley, i A cordial welcome is extended to all When You Buy

l 1 dcre Baars and his guest .Mr.: Piaggio of the groom's brother. Governor D.. D., Rector. Regular services at ,Sunday' school every Sunday 2:30 P'I ,
1; L*1f Italy. \ ; Folk of Missouri.\ 7:30 and and 11 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. !m. Richard Norris captain in charge. Get'the Best.
t w (Mrs. Bern's guests have become ex- 4L2A\\VUMIIJ1c/ Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Wednesday I w
r' hr.mely popular for they are two of l i Lieutenant and Mrs. Bailey of the and Friday services at 4:30 p. m. First Church of Ch'rist, Scientist It's the Cheapest in the End.

t the most charming of visitors. EduCated navy yard entertained at dinner ,Fria'w'ay St. Katharine's-Cervantes and Davis I First Church of Christ, ScIentist-
< in Europe, traveled nd' accom. 1 evening for Mrs. Berry's attractive street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe S. Service'at 11 a. m. Services will be
hUshed they are delightfully companionable 1 guests Miss Trabue and Miss T. B. 'rector. Sunday services. 7:30 i held in the Pensacola Library build-
: and the announcement that i't. Green. vices 11 a. m. and.7:30 p. m. Sunday ;tog on East Chase street.,

is they expect to leave on Thursday is l .. ', School 9:30 a. m. Services Wednesday a a LandrettTsNew
,-eeetved with extreme regret. t.I t. The third ofa series of dances ,and Friday at 4 p. m. Saint's I Second Church of Christ, Scientist.

r' -.- given by the officers and ladies of,the Days, Holy Communion at 10 a. m. ;. The Second: Church of Christ,I
r PROMINENT METHODIST '.';., ,,. navy yard took .place last night a Seats free. A welcome to all. Scientist Services 'every Sunday
a {LADIES ARE COMING. \ party of society people !'going from St. John's Church, WarringtonRev. morning at 11 o'clock. Wednesday afternoons

Mrs. H. P. Strout and Mrs. J. B. town. J. R. Blcknell. priest in charge. 3 o'clock. Reading room Crop
' v fBarnett of Alabama are expected to \ Services today at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. open daily from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.,
i.K II Miss ''Perla Collier of Chipley, }'1a., where Christian Science literature
arrive in the city Monday afternoon
; j-fend will be the guests of Miss Nell / is visiting ::Mrs., E. C. Aylward on m.The Bishop of Florida will visit St. may. be had. Room 6 Masonic Tem

pilchards and Mrs L. E. Nobles. North 'Palafox. 1m.John's church February 18, at 7:30 p. ple. a Just Received.W. .
These ladies are both prominent In
*ii 51 /the work of the M. E. church In the Miss. Mary flutter has pretty ,
!Alabama conference, Mrs. Burnett! out for a. Valentine partsWednesday nell, priest in charge. No services to St. Cyprian Mission, (colored) Old
t f :. s night from 7:30:; to 10 o'clock. Christ Church. Building-RAV. D. D. !
gating in charge the Missionary department J l l day.The
t of the state Epworth I. 1 Bishop of Florida will visit Century Moore Pastor Sunday' school 3:30

IcT.eague. and Mxs. Strout being superintendent Mrs }'. 3f. Batler'j. daughter; Missleba : Mission on Sunday b. 18, at 11 a. m. Services 11 a. rn. and 7:30: p.
t, of Junior League 'Work and [ 'Marguerite and Mr. Chester Arthur a: m. ? m. Holy communion every. third Sun A. D'Alemberle,
fine wife of the editor of the EpworthMLeague I ; Russ will be married! Wednesday et day.

z department in the Alabama .. ; ening. at the residence of Mrs: Butler. Methodist. I Druggist and Apothecary,
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Christian, Advocate. 7
Palafox Street MethodistChurch
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;a 109.
The Gadsden street League is forItunate ->
I Rev. B. C. Glenn pastor Regular sere
i. In eecuring Mis. Barnett Mr. B. Wilkinson is horns from Fal- IN. MEMORIAN.
y.tormerlY Miss Rosa Lazenby-to give IN SOFT CREP E' DE CHIN co, Ala., spending a few days with his vices school 11 a.m. and 7 p. m. Sunday I 121 I South Palafox Street.Nick's .
a. m. J. N. Andrews sup- ,,
a. a reading in elocution while in the family. W ia *
h :Attractive house dresses are now cloth. Topping this skirt is a bodice erintendent. Epworth League 6:30: p.
city ano! all who hear her in this caJ .
being made :with to serving pleateaJ at the ,shoulder lure the m. Home Missionary Society will
up an eye ,, ;Whereas it baa pleased Almighty
4 J +acity. 'Monday evening will have medium Mr. J. B. Vaughn. of Century spent meet ,
fullness drawn easily! into Thursday afternoon at 3:30
for informal evening well, God in His infinite wisdom to
for wear as remove
cause congratulation in
Friday the his -
city visiting
the high boned gridle of the crepe. Rev: J. Barney'Butter., of Nashville midst"our Buffet and
On Wednesday afternoon at 3 and and our esteemed friend
J varied
many are the designs Miss May Vaughn former editor
The has ?term. -fill the
decolletage will
trimming of pulpit the
a at
t I o'clock both these ladies will speak which, the spring models show. Something taffetas:silt! braided the o*' the Escambla Record who is .takinga service: and sister-Emily Garretta, .
In ,Palafox M. E. church on the work double puffed business course here. Therefore. 'ne it Resolved, That w-e
style of figure plainand
every shirred
; sleeve
also trimmed with Gadsden Street Methodist Church-
tender Restaurant
sincere the
our sympathies to
of the Woman's Foreign Missionary .
simple things.and fancy and fussy -the braid this of the white.silk variety Rav. F. .A Rogers, pastor. Preachingat bereaved relatives
and friends of the
Society and its nets for a larger force Mrs. Minnie
things. Here a full-gored skirtmade which 'G. Nanoa who is the -
looks.extrem.ely prettyon 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. nt Sunday deceased in this affliction at the loss 1U
of workers. feuest of Mrs 'WUklnson 612 North Is the only platy *f
BO just touch is mountedover ;
the 'light blue of the crepa 'and school 9:38 a. m. Dpworth League of who lived :and died fart
This service will bs followed by a taffetas Alcaniz while taking a business' one a true kind in Pensacol, In
a drop, hem deftly
P may be removed when,desired as also 7 p. m. (Rev. J. Barney Butter. of
and beloved
all who
was by
)Social hour in the Sunday school room stiffened a lightweight hair- course, is expecting a visit from her it is
4 i of the church and all who can arrange the. white lace chemisette.Ha uncle CoL W. H,. ,Price of :Marianna. ; Nashville, 'Tenn., ., will fill the 'pulpit knew her. She 'was a: loving and devoted

t to attend will find a hearty welcome. I. P at-the morning.service.. -wife and a: kind"mother and also A Pride to

E. On Wednesday evening at 7:30. carry so much comfort and pleasure Johnson Miss Ivy Smith,and :Miss Presiding Elder Glenn and :Mrs.!; grandmother.,
T s : flu Strout and Mrs. Barnett will cone to UK indigent sick in the Odd Fel-. Daisy Sange.Delicious Glenn have returned from their trip Lutheran Church. Be it further Resolved, That we, the
>duct another service in the interest of lows hoepital. refreshments' served to Alabama.... German ;Lutheran Ckurch-Rev. J: St. Mary's:: Benevolent Association express Pensacola.Larger
< rthe Foreign Missionary Society In the -+- during the evening. were \ F.. W. Reinhardt, pastor. Suntfay the hope that even so great a .

tIGadsden church. And, as this will ba CUTE INVITATIONS TO u': -+- Mrs. Jane Claggett who has spent School 9 a. m.; German service 10:30a. loss to us all may be overcome by cities ess!""
:the last opportunity which the people U. D. C. MEETING' a few days with fnends will leave today m. English service 7 "p. ni. Him who doeth all things well.
PARTY. boast of better PF
))f East Hill will have to meet these or to-morrow for home and would Scandinavian Lutheran Church- It is further Resolved,.That a copy a equ
i' Friends of the hostess have TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Services at 10:30 and 5 of these resolutions be spread place. The service; u e:>
. r accomplished Iaa3es a reception will young be pleased to see as many of her old a. m. p. m. upon
.. 4 Jackson a Valentine' in hold the regular meeting. a Vi copy sent,to the bereaved family and
y ; street immediately following party. They are Tuesday afternoon her health is failin'g and she does not >
the service in the church to the form of pink and white hearts at the residence; 'of the president -expect to again. 'visit her daughter. Baptist. another to ''be printed Jn the Pensacola Nick Apostle Propt'rRING
b. ;which all are invited. tied l together with a bow of pink rib- Mrs A. ,.EL McDavid. at 3:30.: First Baptist Church-Services to- Journal ,
r. -+- bon -+- day at 11 and 7.30 Sun- OPI1ELJA:! BARRIOS Chairman.
Miss Edna Avery entertained the a. m. : p. en.
appears LOUISVILLE. School
young society people with a :aance at day 9:30 a.. m. Rev. H. B.
: 1FOR SICK ODD FELLOWS. 3Iary V etter, at home" On The following announcements. have the Country Club Thursday evening. 'Folk, of Midway Ky., will preach both MARY JM ,S1i U BACK.
the other "February Fourteenth, been received by friends and musical
morning evening-special
r .the social entertainment given Friday 1106. 7:30 to 10. 1'. m." : t NEW STORE PROMISES,
t' night for the benefit of the indi- Married Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D'Alemberte program. TO. .?E. GRAND SUCCESS
at Odd Fellows hospital in Gaiaes- Sunday February, 1906 entertained :with cards Monday evening East End Baptist Church 11th Ave. ,5
.. MISS MARIE'SBIRTHDAY at the residence of the Imde's mother and Chase -Street-Rev. J. W. Senter-
: their :
r. ', We was a decided success financial guest Miss Winkler :IAl Henry White and Nix. the For
' r-. f.f i and otherwise. Not only cash was PARTY. :Mrs. E. Coulson In'Pensacola: Fla. fit, pastor... Sunday School at 10 a. two popular young men James who are soon

IT generously contributed but literature Little.Miss Marie Smith entertaineda GenevieveCoulson Mr. and 'Mrs. Richard Turner, Jr., m. Preaching every second and third to open an irp-to-date. gents furnishing
-' fend supplies in the Ray of bad fur number of her, friends in honor of to entertained at dinner Thursday evening Sunday at '11 a. m. and 7:30 p.' m. goods establishment In .,pensacola

\' ; .xilshings, towels, napkins and the va- her seventh :birthday, at her home on Jesse Turner BarfieldAt :for Miss Winkler of Greenville, Prayer: meeting every Sunday night at have been very busy lately, making
i' ; riou.s things necessary in a sick room. West Romana street, Friday evenirig Home Ala: 7 o'clock.A preparations for the opening of the
t Moreover everybody had a dellghtfful from four to six. After February 10th.( cordial invitation is extended to all.
1) new store, which is to be located next
2423 First ,
! t time as generous givers always do, Those present were Misses Agnes Streetr. West Hill Baptist Church-Sunday' '
.t Mr. and Mrs.. George Johnson and to the new Brent building on Palafox
;t socially. There is general expression Pierce Mary Piercer Thelma Curry Louisville Ky. School 10 a:. m. Preaching every first
+ children have returned from a delightful street. Their: many friends are already Sunday's
E. ,Itf appreciation of the part Mra A. C. Winnie Curry. Willie Curry Edna -- visit of two weeks with relatives
predicting the store's
'. [ t;.TBlnkley so modestly .yet effectively Moss, Bertie Lynn' Alma Cope Alma IGO AND UGO CLUB In Millville. : which Is not premature new when!success
and Masters Earnest Massey OF LITTLE GIRLS.
a Married out in originating Interesting Cross ,
.,' i It her friends in aiding in, the Clem Condon, Warren Graham, Robert About three weeks 'ago-some little !' Carnival CostumesWILL these two young men's experience,
Christ and
Church will soon have an hustling ability Is taken
"I j 'good work, the results of which will Smith Miss, Willie Smith Miss Ame- ladies living East Hill .
.. f on organized a $8,000 pipe organ and the Gadsden M.: into consideration..'
..,L social club 'WIth all the mysteries of, D. church has secured the fine organ BE FOR RENTIn
initiation pass word, and other absolute i now in Christ church. : 'A WORM KILLER.
Fancy Cress for Ladies and Gents,

{ -d: I1N ? ttD Tj:( c.H.UR H ? 1 The evening.necessities, and' meet every, Friday Mr. and Mrs. T..F. Westmark will, In Velvet Cambric, etc. Co J.. A Mo.. Montgomery, writes' ; "I ,have Pnxico little, Wayne twin Dinner

I' I .... .. J" Reba charter members are Misses leave" for Dolive, Ala.,'where they:wJll: also girls, who have been' bothered with
Barter Alice Freeman Audrey In future reside. i Comical i Masks worms all their
: NOJ:; : E Coons Martha Kuhn Bessie Shackle Stockings Gloves lives I tried every
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-- ""- ', '" ford Marguerite : False Moustaches and Hair Goods thing to relieve them which failed until

If-...IDElutvoul.t. .. IiM-wttr-_ & '- _, ..ea GALA....... Coons. ltidgeiy and Ruth Miss Maud Gainer who has been AT I used White's Cream Vermifuge;
r deb %- ) Cpi 4'T DEAR \ The officers Miss Ruth Coons visiting Mise Lillian Farley on Littte the first two doses brought four
NR C LOh8S .l i ES ''Bayou has returned home to the -. worms of .
g ; 0.7 president; Miss Bessie Shackleford, regret Mrs Nordstrom's Millinery! from ,one them the next
secretary Miss Marguerite of her many friends. two doses, twelve one,of, them meas-
; Ridgely
t1 treasurer. No.' 11 E. Intendencia St. uring twelve inches l; the- other chiid

-+- Miss Millie Morton entertained' was only relieved of four worms. It US

Mrs. C. M: Rackhold of Bainbridge quite a number of her young friends: is a most excellent medicine." White's
0. is Thursday night with a dance given on Cream Vermlfoge Is good for'chil.-
visiting her friend..and: fellow
student Mrs Peter Bell.in her beauti--her sixteenth birthday. dren. It not; only destroys,, worms, it
ND ful new borne 316 North Barcelona.Mrs. Retreshmeuts.w.ere bountifully I To Lunch I helps the child, to" perfect growth, 'UP

Rackhold is the wife,.of a prominent served and good music was furnished! wards off sickness! Sold by all drug
A\ banker of Bainbridge and will by the musicians. Everyone danced gists.
J e remain with Mrs .Bell for the carni: until a late hour, and then departed,! in our
val. all having a good time and wishing. Meeting of" Boat Club.

The Friday Club was entertained for another soon. The East:Hill (Boat and'BathingClub
:by Mrs. Walter White on East Those!! present were. Mr. and Mrs. Handsome Cafe! will hold a meeting Monday night We have something

1 Gregory 'Mrs John.Pleifterwba both Dave Morton, Mr. and Mrs John Feb. 12, at 8 p. m at the residence of

i the ace and the lone ,hand prizes at Cater !Misses Clara and MargueriteHunter' Is to lunch in peace and Mr. Charles Stewart: corner" 13th
euchre Mrs. Vincent Fauna the con.rolation Misses Silva. and Rena Salari comfort and with thor street and J5th; avenue. to to.
-Mr.---RR--J-Kearney. 'the Mr. and Mrs. J. Caro, :Messrs. Gulf{ ough enjoyment. The tL: H. BOYER:' Pres. special say

Gig ON.TUNNYoyRai booby. Tha next meeting will be with McNair, Van Fell, Leon Anions,Chas. !. ,steaks are sweet Juicy .J. McL.::GRLiS.See. I "
Prr N Fo f1Yf A Mrs. 1''. G. Yniestra. House and many others being present.Mr. t and tender, the fish of the I I about it. "

1 T Titf3 ll'sr 91RtiTHOw *,. -. -- Martin Vilar being chief coffee' \ finest flavor, while the you -
TJ-Atli wcu ct.UN5T :Valentine Day promises to be a maker coffee and chocolate are NOTIThenew' i
A NtECt ,. aF r13 1't.L busy one, and the evening ..decidedl.r always of the "another *
tDfiPt./. t'MvE T o131m1t. .. fulL .' Mrs. 'Anna M.. Hamill of Chicago I cup, please': variety enterprising Crm,of Gart--
ANDS u5ulrl and Mrs. Sarah M. Moore of Washington land ana1 Zelaus. ,corner Intendencia and

Masters Howard and Charlie, Mayes Pennsylvania are in ,the Baylen carry'' a select line of meats.vt'3etab1es' ,
have invited -little-fsiends ',to-a- party city to spend the MardI Gras with and poultry A trial order
1.t 1.t 1.t 1. 1 t. I Wednesday afternoon. their sister Mrs.. pennis J. Wolfe. Hot Biscuits, Coffee and will be appreciated. Quality and price Cahn & Go.

1 + ,a, r -..- .- Doughnuts at'o'clock every guaranteed 1 against all competition. Sol

s 1 ; l Mrs. ff. I. Bryanentertained a few Mrs. Mary Roslque now eighty years morning.; Prompt delivery. Phone 1132.

friends -at luncheon at the...Osc.la. of age who has been very sick .la fan- -
l tI Club yesterday.for-Yrs-Pryne who Is proving to the great pleasure of .her NOTICE. The Pure Food Store

I visiting her -son and'daughter LJeutert many' friends.Remember< ''I'1rere'1ll be a regular
ant-and Mrs. .Pryne.a.t.tha.n1tVY yard. Kandy Kitchen Cafe meetlngr ML Horeb Southwest Corner Palafoi and Intend11.
I Blue Ribbon Vanilla R.:-Adapter. No. 6, on

Rev. and! Mra H. B., Folk, of Midway goes twice as far. When too much is ., Monday evening: at 7:30
i Ky,-who arrived-In'the city last used ,the flavor Is less' delicate. 'Fol 104 S.Palafor. Phone 999 p. m. Phones1ti1'I
night are the guests ot.Mr.,and Mrs low the directions .use only half 'the W. E. ANDERSON,
C. M. CovingUm at, the .latteir's home quantity. .Secretary

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I As a result of sensational heavy selling during the great sale, find themselves with j

hundreds of lots representing only one or' two of a style in the

i Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods section.


_ and you arc: :notified to get your share at the se son's' most ridiculous prices. This

week will be a perfect ca.ival.qf good ,things for shrewd buyers I

I AH articles attractively arranged so that selections can be easy. Read through this list,

mark the bargain you want and bring this paper with you. These odd lots are priced at -

about half of even last week's ,low prices; so a dollar will cover a multitude of items.

I 1,000 yards8cB1eached Pearl.Buttons. Hooks 10 cents 10 cents Ladies' Ladies'K
I ; Domestic .. and Eves, Figured Percals Towels,,; 25and35c Underwearonly Handkerchiefs, sonly

\ Sof Finish, only :_ ,: Paper Pins, ,Pretty- ,Designs I- Large Size- ,. ]
62 cents. Ic card. 62' cents. only I5c'.pair.. 19c each. 3 cents each.

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8 and 10 cents 10 and 12 I-2c Ladies' FineZEPHYR 8 and 10 cents Ladies' Hose,
Torchon Laces :Flannelettesonly $6 and.$6.So. Skirts GINGHAMS POINT DE PARIS LACES 10 and 15c quality,

only 3 1-2 cents. 6 l-2c. .only $4.47. only 6c yard. only 4 I-2c yard. only 8c pair.

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Safety, Pins, Brass ISc'Embroideries Ladies'Night Gowns, I Children's Men's Men'sSuspenders
I i Pins. 50.and 60c quality 25 cents Hose, $1 I Negligee Shirts" ,
Pearl Buttons, only only only: only only
I. 3c card. lOcyard. :39c each.ladies' I5c pair. 69 cents.' f 9 cents pair JIt

Men'slOc Men's Gilt Edge Men's25c Men's

Handkerchiefsonly Colored Dress Shirts $1.75. .and-$2' Shoes Shoe PoFsh, Suspendersonly Half Hose, only tL
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4c each. worth'75c to$1 l,only 27c. only $1.39 only I7c a box. I9c pair., 7c a pair.


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.;, .' ':.' / >> This net evidence of a nation's jratl
y tude to the Civil War President wlU tab
.S ) : ri ti, a. qi 9 : : rs; the form of a Doric portico of
_ I WtI \f. '..,. : :. marble, approached by a tiDal 3.200:: feet
In length and 200 feet broad Into wtlck
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1 .ryp. r Memorial." Potomac Park, the gnrdri
epot In which The Lincoln Memorial! I tj r..

:wG i v ',y f f'I'yt r, nand bus already hero ImproTM Nyni "
1 rt Stit !t "*n* of appropriation from iv>nj?rH

kM Connec-tlng-! Lincoln femorl Wilt tilt

I I :National Ometeiy at Arliocion. <>n it*

a Virginia aide of the Potomac, will be a

massive memorial bridge which li *i.

pected to take rank as the most beautiful

r '- 5'k si C A bridge In America. If not In the world.

s No mention of the memorials to Ltore'o

In the city where he achieved and died

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one unique tribute already In eiUtenra

i rO. YtsGY namely "Freedom's( Memorial" or th

R Emancipation Monument a bronze statue

it which stands In Lincoln Park and portrays .
Lincoln with the Emancipation!

; Proclamation In his band standing: beside!!

ot a Blare whose broken shackles betoken! bi!

:Z3t' new-found freedom. This memorial was
erected with funds contributed solely h,

t'Ka 4 '; .yq 1 w former slaves. The first contribution! tf
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} II : ; The project now taking form contem--! of all the land needed for less than seek the transfer from the patent office> treasures contained In this museum would I M. Lugeon. a professor! in the Onlwstty

Ve I patf'll! tint of all the purchase 1 by the i igovernment li5tt.'jOTit. /). .of thnt surpassingly 1nter stlii
of the i ill nd nn either m'le of j jtli .. memorial collection of r.U<-.. .!*., Lincoln' model I of hi" own In I mention ft a few of the conspicuous! object of condition in some of lh. great Ta'

,- ---: ..... <. fifuoiin lioiise. The hullding >XTUi i which now fills to overflowing the h'*nso tension namely/ the appsralos for tif,. III wilt convey a bint's lo the Mstorievrenlth. ley of Switzerland. R.. found, .ern ens
\ : : .. : Y'f p.rlng this sdjftrrnt gronn-l would !... removed where Lincoln clow**! hi* of'y". upon the Inc N<.t. oror ht>.II.l upon wMflh he 1'h.re. In an origins black l 1n"I1"t wonld naturally expect. that t"r pee

-. ,. <- ; vlv" II nml. the urea convened Into mmla- i|I world represents a labor of lets upon the. I took out a patent 1u J$U,. rail split by A bra ha in'Lincoln( in IKO; ; the SOPS out of four m o'> their lw....'e" en the
: : ,;:: ,.. ture parks. Then the Lincoln house '( Oldrod side of the Talley.! He else fount
(" part of labornyU eiteudlu The house In which Lincoln"died4 Is''located -- office chair which he, used In his law of- sunny
would be rendered thoroughly fireproof bj I over 45: yearn/and has been-appraised by on Tenth street. In Washington, s flee at 'Springfield. the, last cook .stove that those who dwelt on the sunlit slopes

ii' ---1I.I-- ___- literally enclosing It in fireproof walls various collectors at! sums ranging all the I 'directly across the street from Ford's used by-frll. Lincoln in the homestead at were far superior In InteMsenee edncs

'P 1" LZ'T.dF.FEAz.A.X> CE. Eo.EpJ TffEATZE and-finally the memorial collection would way frum 25,000 to $100,000.. It is probable Theater, where Lincoln was shot down Springfield: the family cradle ti which the tlon and general!: prosperity to tbo.

; 1yftE z LrNCOJT VAJ.9ftOT I be!! \)'lutus@and, extens\ve additions however \hat when Congress Is readyto by J. VTllkes Booth. The most InterestIng I Lincoln children were rocked; the Lincoln Whose homes 'W.re1\ the *h&4ow.

made to It. a fireproof annex being ai-qulre 'this. remarkable accumulationof portion of the house!! 'Is. of course, family Bible; the spur worn by the assay Many men and women have been partial

erected In the rear of the piesent structure Lincoln mementoes it can be obtainedfor the room in which Lincoln died and I In Booth ant} the torn 011k flag that or total failures from lack of SUB-
Is pmbahlrtbat J the present Congresiwill I two new governmental enterprises Is the fn' order to accommodate' added trout $30.000,"of letw'.than' : is expended which Is preserved as It was at the time I draped the President's bos'In Ford' The-
(rT be asked to take the first to-
steps scheme for the and elaboration light.We
perpetuation objects bearing upon tb: personality and on many a' bronte statue that cannot of his death, aue'-that the-bed and other ater and catching the spur of the murder. see,
the provision cf: two fitting memorial of the house in which Lincoln died,
career of the Civil War president. significance human plants trying to struggle to manhood
the of compare with It in or Intere t. furniture hag been removed. ous actor as be leaped 'through the boa
Abraham Lincoln
to at capital
and the famous memorial collection of womanhood In the dark. oa-
I the nation. It has been a matter of comment Nor is It believed that this Important Once this magnificent collection is sheltered The Lincoln National Museum, which after firing the fatal shot., caused him to and which hare netft
over 2,000 articles to the wholesome
pertaining martyred
to tho
shrines for
patriotic'Americans in a thoroughly fireproof building now occupies the Lincoln house, and fall heavily'to the stage.: .
that whereas the deed of George been warmed by the sun's rays.
President which In
we Washington and others of the nation'sberoea now repose will cost Uncle Sam any great sum important additions! will be made to' It which will one day rank as one of .the The other' newmemorial to Lincoln Many a weak, sickly worker would. !t-...
this historic structure. The house where
of It Is
have town Impressively commemorated money. thought that the property by persons who possess interesting most valuable historical possessions of which Is contemplated Is proposed as one come vigorous and strong by merely fet-
Lincoln the last moments of bill
by tributes in marble and bronze paned : adjoining the Lincoln House on trophies of Lincoln but who have declined the government, had Its Inception at the of the notable architectural features of tins luto the sunshine. We cannot expect
at America's seat of government tbere life was purchased by the United States either side can. In each Instance be acquired : to contribute them to the present Lincoln homestead, at Springfield III. the great plan for the improvement of the to put power Into our work If it is

are few memorial worthy of the name government come years ago, but the in-. for S25.0UO. When the governmentpaid collection so long as It remains to a. lion 'For 10.years It was In the making at the City of Washington,.formulated by a special not In the life.
1 valuable collection of relics which It contains ) for the Lincoln house tf
4 to the saviour of the Union In the some fireproof structure. For instance, there lethe Illinois capital, but after the acquisitionof commission of architects artists sod All doctors have strongly' advocated
which was the seen of the most city Is still the property of private persons years since It was considered that this bed on which Lincoln died, which Is the Lincoln homestead by the State of sculptors appointed sometime since by the bright, sunny room. The light and!,
Important although the purchase of this museum price was almost double what the realty! warmth of the sun develop strength
R owned by a Chicago milO who Is under- Illinois It was removed to,Washington: D., United States Senate. This memorial nun'inatural
events In his All this will is and"courage-
career. a subject which has several ambition
and energy
improvements would be worth 'if' stood to be ready tor add It to they accumulation C.. from. which vantage point there has which will probably cost Sere It Is completed doubled bt
'be changed In a most gratifying macner time received the attention of Congress, 0 powers are more than
historic associations Ignored:
y were butproperty of mementoes on" band Just as been continued the never-ceasing search several hundred thousand dollars. air. If ''IIf
If the new projects are carried out usanticipated. Invariably with the result that definite contact with the sun and
I' In Washlcgton steadily advancing soon he basjisar that It will be .
as 'anCell : for.an1thill 'and everything bearing upon Is to be located on the banks of the Potomac want to be strong; mentally and physics''
: action has'been postponed for one reason In value, and It Is not considered protected for all time from the destroy I.I. Lincoln's life and work.' River one toile west of the Washington at our beat we must have plenty of a.
Perhaps the most Interesting" of theDO i or another.. likely that Congress can obtain.possession" ing'elements. ,Likewise' It Intended to, t, : To' enumerate, even a portion of thevalentines Monument shine
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the President of the United State
entlnes portraying enormously! fat t"and !
other prominent men receive eat.ntinesl *
accompanied In many in.usces:: '
Is a question frequently original Terse cf which the tcllo-riet! I It s
l ailed by people with, a natural curiosity
temple' :
tt 4-oacernlnx: notables To be sure they do.
y borne of them receive each year on Cupid's I I pray you tell me, gentle Gtoi''t.

holiday great numbers of missives and Why are you always hobbling over

the valentines which come to* our leading With vanity and self-conceit?

i citizens Include both comics and "pretty I think you get too much to e't.'

ones" It mast: be confessed, bowever, It yon would only try starvation,
o that there U more satire than sentiment It might be better for the natlos.

and since the moat OlsoltlfJ officials are only t"
i There are. lo all probability
sometimes given to playing pranks. on one people In the country who will this year

i+ ) another there Is a suspicion that by no receive a larger. number of valentfnr
means all of tbese frivolous remem- Of OU'l<.
than. President Roosevelt
brances are the work of small boys. Predd'ot'. Ispectlve -'*
FT'R reference Is made to the
Of course Interest centers In the valentines son-in-law. Representative ilcs-

received by the President, and begets olas Ioolwo'rtb, and Miss Alice Roosevelt

a plenty of them although the public The wedding of these young people Is It'

;i4' bears comparatively little about U.ffoJs for a date but" a few days distant frog

it silence Is easily explained. The St. Valentine' festival, aQd It Is "P
people who send Christmas bot
j presents to that the ['re ldent'. daughter "W

14i; the Chief Magistrate sometimes tell literally:! deluded: .with tokens Hbersllf
;r boot It themselves. But the mischievous decorated with hearts and cupids sbhe'

ti' citizens who are responsible for swelling the lucky Nicholas will likewise be lnu.
Vi'pi' the White House mall In
mid-February dated with souvenirs, grave and '111'
.Tk' seldom show a disposition to say much The members of the President's C...-
'Ip : about their prank aDd of course, the Valentin
met are always remembered on
:p ,: President'* discreet secretaries do not erscefc
Day by large numbers of those "
talk about It. ''II".re
resident In all parts; of the country
4: .Ordinarily unsigned communications! In ever, anxious to take advantaft II

3 the White House nail would go into the .: '' for to public m'L
excuse writing
#h4".I files or the wastebasket and would neverJ' .. L JJJ Secretary of War Taft who .s the fits
} reach the elM of the President but one e PHOTOS e!. FAWCJTT (. :I man who ever held a government 1 JaIl.

tt $ Talendne'i Day something of the festival will undoubtedly be made the t butt "

mansion spirit, and pervades the head even of the the presidential nation lagiven consist of poems written' by the senders, Inspiration for the producer. : -of sentimental I"1 White House for years are ef the eptnlen ) en the subject, of whloa' the toon most of the Jokes and the fact be that bf fic an'rmonths *!'
and these effusions/ if somewhat strenuous training
= lacking valentines. / that President Roosevelt receive mo're following'Is at sample:
One valentine! which i
an opportunity to glance at some of .ever President his ",el1t!
saeeeeded la
is the masterpieces of art and literature in meter and rhythm are not wanting In On the other band, the Fr ei4eat'a office I valentines than any of his predecessor<< Are lour guests soak greedy swiae Harrison smiled broadly consisted more ly redncing enable (8@'Y.le.Une
trifle below 3(0 will
passion and fervor One Impressionable helpers an unusually Indeed, It I. estimated that the present That you don't dare to give them pounds
that are calculated to provoke arnUea. are expecting wlnetI. thaa a dozen stsoxai.of which the follow. element .t
j' It U young poetess begins her valentine tribute large crop of comic .va lentiae'a carrying occupant of the WhIte House receives: :wonldn't ask such folks to 41... log ls a speelmeat writers to Impart an tributes.At'
perhaps an Interesting
of the White House timeliness to their poetic
of te occupant as good-natured jibes regarding the Panama more mall than aay ruler in the world, Tear much-disgusted Cabl "
ea personalities our president tnatt Little Benny General Is another
some of the nation's cotef executive havi follows; Canal the President's tussle with the not ucepUnc King: Edward, who baa a Valentine. Have yen'any torney Moody target fur
member who afford good
Tea are my hero every time; Senate, the Roosevelt missionary workfor' dally quota of 1,000 letter Many of the' resident Chet.rA. Arthur a tee
found la their Valentine Day mall a preponderance who was Offlce you, aasead ..! the valentine writers by reason' of
Tea are'my brave young valentine and ,otheR 'valentine reach Whit. Ceae::::
football reform frultfal that ta* .famous for his appreciation of rues"
of comic tokens, while la the a good If aotseanytReady feet that be is bachelor. Certals
Author wooer of the muse produced topics << Sore ef the Presi .Home 'of a
for {unmaking. come under one cent postal dinner and his faultless attire b"
chief the aaaUcieatal received
case: of other : magistrates money hers of Congress never fail tit reaP a
the following: dent's noknowa correspondents addresstheir the arrive :February U
effusions that on
a'few valentines In which bn'ever
remembrance bare predominate. the WhIte Ton can kindly lend
President Roosevelt belongs la the latter :Brave and true'strong and steady: missives In unconventional manner. are critical: and even cinstic, bet feir' valentine House, "dude came in for sundry ..batp1'1pw. P. 8.-Do It quietly :Baby me.Mine teat,of that valentlnea. Casaea It Is Improbable., fit the H**.

claks. or at least the sentimental vaieatines Mo wonder..yelJ get there gallant Teddy. Last year a valentine reached the Whit have ever' bee received at. the Mao, of President Harrison a valentines And I wlf! fee your valentine of Representatives speaker will receive ITt:r
Last ;year the Presidents valentines asome House the envelope enclosing the White House that were actually mali
were Is the majority In the heap of though f had reference to "grandfather's As Sod *" toile!=
might roe imagined, the ohyeical I et
like p
bata e.*, contained references to token DB.e cious. attributes as many pictorial
missives which his secretaries piled upon bore no or address other Jilt and Indeed. !It would
hU large flattop mahogany desk last Valentine his election and Inauguration and It Is than a picture of a Rough Elder,* over President- Hayes who excited adverse'' though a .majority of tie poets'appear sad si of President Orover Cleveland I Ipro.ed as did Thomas. R. Reed when the apealeiThe

Day. expected: that Mr. Boosevelt'a role as I where face spread the well-knowa Rooae- criticism! :'because, In deference to- thewUhea poete.... who dispatch thetr.literary m&s- of home-made a strong Incentive to the producers hC"r' was each February Fern

Ot, the complimentary: valentines that .peacemaker Jn. tbe,RUllo-J apan..e.trouble Tell smlJe. _, ,. of.hla.wlfehe.banlied wine from,-iterpleceir to the .Wnlte-House-derived- Whit. Hoose"' valentine. designed for lent of numerous peony pictures.
reached the President a goodly I proportion win this1 year prove a favorite soorce.of Clerks who. have'.been on- waslnjomce.'do, ens of vat.liiiiiitEiiiiiiii. :*\

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r,', This Is no ordinary sale but a real bargain,sale of furniture_something new for Pensacola.. WQ have rented half of the floor space of the Southern ,
Hotel in aaaitlon to room we already had. We have also rented a new warehouse: which is located on Garden street. ,In anticipation of this additional j J;
room we have Purchased a heavy stock of furniture, and all this means that we will have to make room and move our stoek around. WE WOULD 6
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rtf Among our endless variety of Chairs BU CK STOVES Fine Cobbler Seat Rocker in '
we win otter as a teader, this straght, oak. A Tegufoi $S.50 J;
4 4 cane bottom chair for a limited time m .. ,too many of them. 1,
M only at 65c. Prices Ranging from $37.50 to $65. to lay m a supply. :
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solid oak, yet so light that a child may made to wear. We will
, For ten.days we will sell them money.'S
..,- 1 handle it with ease. for a short time',only.
Just think of it, only 65 cents.or ; They are comfortable
One Down and One Dollar per Week E
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market for the money.Don't ..- 5 Any one can afford. to able.You will want..one if
miss this bargain, buy on such terms. A great value for the E '

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Mattings, all the latest patterns, 22c.to 40c. Smyrna! Rugs, 24-inch, $1.25.

r1 r Hat Racks. Smyrna Rugs, 30-inch. $1.50. Smyrna Rugs, 36-inch, $2.25. Sideboards.We I1PirI

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Fancy Hat Racks, something new in Iron Beds. with matchless
Don't fail to them. anyone our
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Hat Racks are made of excel- all grades, all colors and at all prices. room better than a handsome J
lent material and are well fiinished. Come in and look them over: and tell
Call and take a l look at them and how much down Sideboard. Besides being an 0 0 !-
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PENSACOLA", FLA. .FEBRUARY; 26! and__ 27, :19O6. -

Deduced rates, on all railroads and steamboats. Come, and enjoy yourself See the arrival of

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I VJI See the military parade. Hear -the music of the bands.


; See the, Beautiful, the Bewildering,, the Gorgeous PAGEANT OF ,PRISCUSon ,the: evening of the '27th; I


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: ,1 Excluding) of course, our distant who has never been there may rest which has been for several years the clouds of un'gent smoke from 'the r.umvitae, ,mahogany- apd many other_ weeds, also'-grow, since a -,,' edis- lean Mediterranean, it will be the first
tropical island possessions, there are assured that there is still one novel terminus conirectin'g with boats for burning hardwoods to keep .the mos species whic bare litHe known. merely a. plant, ,out.ot place. out of to feel Although it has drawbacks
, three tropical regions in the United tend enjoyable experience in store Key West and and Havana _and I'as: quitoes from devouring one alive.Is Solid. the worst weeds of all is a grapevine the fact that It is truly tropical, tha
States. One Is along the Colorado for him. sau. passes through rocky. pine-cov not an enviable job. Rockyand but.'SOme' day afine grape, may be it Is the natural gateway to the great
liver In the neighborhood of Yuma; These little islands or keys set in ered land, through dense tropical These islands,, are. not much above budded-on its roots. One must 'work tropics beyond that it is in the track
.w another is the southernmost part of waters of many colors, about which hammocks, through everglades and Key West Terminus sea-level: but are so rocky'and" solid or;his,plantation |will:sogn be a mass of the great commerce to the Gulf
1 Texas, near the mouth of the Rio custer! legends of pirates, wrecks and muddy mangrove swamps across 'a In not more than five and probablynot that,one never! feels danger of beIng of ravenous vine!;. Here, too, the soil that it is of great etrategic importance
': Grange and the other, which is by treasures will soon be closely linked tongue of land or mangrovecoveredmud less than three: years Key West washed off. They are protected is,rock. 'There is no.'chance' to plow and that it is soon to be traversed
r2* far the most extensive and attractive together by Ae railroad now in to Key Largo. The railroatf is will be the most ;southern; railroad by a line of reefs which breaks the pr even to smb.. Planting, is done by a railroad which will be a
is the southermost part of the progress of construction. They will now in process of .construction oil terminus in the United States. Witha force of the waves. These reefs come with a crowbar and weeding with a stupenduous and interesting engineerIng
peninsula of Florida. soon no"-doubt;' be as thickly populated this key. It passes' down the center deep harbor, it will soon' develop very close: to the surface and are exceedingly machete. Then in summer when' the feat, and sill bind the keys together
Florida: like a great finger ,fully 400 and as carefully cultivated as the of the- island throu';h/a- thick tropical into a-metropolis of great 'importance dangerous: When a ship fragrant limes are'ready'to''plek. the like & string of pearls, it will!
miles In length points to the fertile I'Bermudas. Although these keys jungle, or hammock, where mahogany ; from many, stan 'po nt8.- The'time to runs ashore which happens often in mosquito U present- such numbers soon be the site of many winter villas
regions !beyond which are awaiting have been more or'less cultivated for is as common 'as maple in Havana, Panama' and Central'' Amer spite of many lighthouses. and ,beacons that words are' weak and. language inadequate and of gardens yielding the choice
{American! capital and enterprise. many years and have produced enormous New York,, by fields of pineapplesand ica and Mexican ports;will be,considerably the Conchs for miles around to, describe* it. They come fruits ana! vegetables of the tropic
Of this extensive part of Florida, quantities of pineapples, limes, grove of limes, and by the shortened; 'many: Spanish know of it" in mysteriously' short out of every crevice in the rock, outo in addition to the sponges, flste
t' most of which is still unreclaimed bananas and other fruits and vege- houses of' the natives which ate, located American buyers who now go to' Havana time, and indeed/Jt isa gruesome the salina l land,and out of the mud turtles and other products of tf
and even unexplored the islands or tables, the natives or "Cbhchs," as on the OCeanside and are surrounded will come': io; Key West, and sight to"se a 'great ocean liner like holes and abandoned cisterns by the of the sea.
o' keys which extend from the neighborhood they are called,who cam' from Eng-- b! cocoanut 'palms, sapodilla northern: firms will establish there the Alicia, which was wrecked recently -million. When: the mosquitoes get The railroad project to Kpr8-'
of Maimi in a curved line land via the Bahamas, have:devoted trees, sugar apples, bananas ai\d offices and showrooms and ware- loaded with precious stuff: absolutely unbearable the natives put was the subject of an article in 'thO]
southwestward to and beyond Key themselves mainly to' wrecking, other tropical fruits and vegetables.Miles houses to meet this, trade. tit is already from Bilboa for Havana, hopelessly: their children, hogs 'and chickens on National Gedgraphical Magazine eons
West are the most tropical and at sponging! and fishing. of Bridges. the center of -a. 'big cigar busi- aground and surrounded by a solid their boats and move off to sea' or go years ago. Concerto construotion wtf:'
- tractive. Keys are Numerous. In passing from key to key, this ness with a pay roll of $40,000 a week '.mass of white-wiifged wreckers. In down to Key West, which 1* Canchs' : figure prominently in this work (twill
The extent and possibilities of There are at least 50 of these interesting railroad will probablycross every cent of which Is soon put in the early days it was loot and lark; paradise. There is one Island called' rest on solid piers with reinforr
tropical Floriaa are only realized by islands or keys which are inhabitableand as much' water as it does ]land. circulation again. It, is the center of to-day it is somewhat organized and Bamboo Key,-,which, they say is always -ed concrete arches. One plan call-
r those who have spent much time and productive, and hunalreds, per- There will be mils of bridges an-" our sponge industry, which employsa regulated. Between the refs and: free from mosquitoes for some I' for fifty-foot spans and the other foi
effort in Hg exploration. If the island haps thousands, of smaller ones of many' draws, because the .creeks- fleet .of 150 vessels..It. is. a, point'keys there is a stretch" of water called unaccountable ,reaSoIl. eighty. The, height is the same ID
% of Porto Rico were to be placed over little or no value at present but separating these keys, are' In several of call for many passing, ships, land j|'tb'e Hawk channel.. This is the most Fresh wateris.scarce, so that every both'cases, 25 feet from the wat-r
the Everglades much land would still which may some days be elevated instances wide and much ,used by besides .the regular steamship lines i[Ideal sailing ground imaginable.Usually : house must '[lave' Its' cistern. The to the crown of the arch the track
l be left around the edges. To find a and improved. These keys extenda singing, fishing and pleasure craft. which stop there. sailships-runt;to ,the I a brisk wind blows, the sea well water .is brackish. The coral being 31 feet above the water. Th
tf beautiful grove of royal palms on the distance of 165 miles from Miamito The road must be high to 'the Bahamas, Cuba, (maca. Caymen and,I is seldom rough, the water is of rock is merely a cap,, set upon the concrete work is about six miles m
, southern edge of these Everglades is Key West. Twenty miles fartherto waves, and the juorney from Key to other out-of-the-way places. It is;'every color and teeming with life, mud by the activities of the coral length. part of it in the vicinity of
k a sample of the kind of surprises one "where1 sfcjps and here and there'are sea gardens of which is still at work. '
the west are the Marquesas keys, Largo toi, Key' West ,a distance of a place many polyp Knight's Key the remainder hetv.{''b
is liable to meetwith in this peculiar and still 'farther are the Dry ToVtufeas. over .100 miles, will be like a trip at ccme to be repaired; and where wonderful beauty and interest. If Sponges grow actively In': the miles of Bahia Honda and Big Pine Key ' country. the affairs 'of ships which one gets caught: in a doldrum here he shallow water 'and the'day is not far percentage
Sand Key, a small island south sea, with the broad Gulf of :Mexico on many lame of the water spaces
: Truly Tropical Lands. o* Key West .du which. a lighthouseis one side and the, straits. of Florida 'are wrecked upon these 4an- can spend hours pleasantly and-profitably distant when there will be extensive will be filled with solid embankment
4? It is' of interest to note that on a located, is the most southern pointin on the other;. In spite of water ana gerous reefs are finally 'a11u; ed.. It, watching the. sponges corals, sponge farms throughout: this region leaving an occasional. waterway 25
y journey from New York to the Florida -: the .United States. Key West is mud, stiff .currents; :storm, dense jungles is "a dirty, ,unattractive, city, with a jht-colored: fishes' and other curio feet in width.
bf keys; by rail one is .two:.thirds tof: about 100. miles from Havana, while .rough "coral rock and ,millionsof large proportion R of :negroes and ".Cubans ous sea forms through a 'water glass A Peculiar': Country.
the distance 'when he reaches Jack Miami is about halt'the', 'distance from mosquitoes, the work is\ bein'g in. population, of 'about 20.000, It"would' be difficult to .find a. pleasanter In short this' is a peculiar, and In Don't use harsh physics. The reaction
sonville.. It is of interest to also .the Bahamas, It Js| said by ,those who are well! informed spot in. midwinter.
note the Biminis Islands ot pushed. To" one who is familiar with many ways attractive country. It has weakens' the bowels, leads ((9
y, that this comparatively small patchof ; the nearest foreign< territory. Key!' I the region.it, appears an impossibletask that this island of.about: 1,000 Soil is Rock. remained 'about the same: for many chronic constipation. Get Dean's R-I
land In ,south Florida .U the only West has long been recognized as an I ; but money ana engineering' acres will have a population of over' .But where bananas, pineapples,I I years but with_the general awakening ulets.. They operate easily, tone the
', truly tropical land which can be important military and naval as well skill'accomplish wonders nd'alreadY! 100,000 in less than ten ,years. limes ,and other good things grow ,throughout the Carribbean., the Amer ,stomach, cure constipation.
: reached'by! rail easily and quickly commercial base -
ax machinery Charges houseboats, water. Visit in Boats. _._._
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t State It is, Indeed, 'wonder that keys. It,,!ls thirty miles long, and ers, mosquito-netting: insect There are no roads' on these keys. ,rrrrwswr twi *+ Yu
a "I1hen'cold weather comes-this region varies.from about aiquarter.of a mile powders are being rushed to. the People visit -and go to school arid .* ... JUf..Mi RrAUl.,.ItxlX fw rZtJi1-.__ ;....,ua.x4.r'\ aaN __Yn!JUt.1i.dx rwr ,qNunalururr Mlfrn__ ifj....
is! not- completely overrun with peo- to-'twofice scene of action. That.this road'Is- ,to church' In boats. Although these peo t :
r" jle. The Florida keys are so peculiar on this key is. located at a small be built quickly, there can> be'no, pie are'' very pious, church is *post- '
in every way from any other part Conch settlement called Planter. doubt. -Hustling In-the close: jungle 1 pcned'if' .a wreck is.on. i Your Home is Filled With Sunshine I" I

.lf .the'United-States,: that the. traveler I I The*railroad ,after-- leaving Miami in .the 'summer time, in the" midst off When,there.is,nothin''; doing'on the 11W ..

r sea, they cut hardwood, timber on a ; I. : ,
r -- --- patch of land and burn it. In the if you own a handsome Piano. The sweet, charming tones of one of Fi

I ashes they plant pineapples. No fertilizer g.-- our handsome Pianos will instantly! dispel the worst case of blues. Our +
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t- \ .i '!i the field -is abandoned and allowed to !it ,. I' Pianos are of high character and.worthy of your consideration. k1
; 3 ,come again in forest. ;
i' <" I 'The soil mostly solid coral rock, Put a Piano in Your Home
1 in places broken and ,in, the hollows ,
-. ;--', there are patches of rich' red soil and I"'We'lI ; bM
\ humUs In,which bananas and vegeta you pay when you like. Our "Pay/'WhenxYou plan has put a t*l

.. v". 'LargerQuarters ; : blea.grow-with great luxuriance in Piano into thousands of home, bringing with it the usual measure of FJ

: : but midwinter.the one There the Conch are loves many b'6tIs fruits good cheer and sunshine. If you hveJ in Pensacola, call or phone us. .,I

to", .. : \, _: .. the most sapodilla.wild and This bears tree-.an- grows enormous al- I if outside i of the city, write 'us about c the piano question B,

\ -- amount of fruit. From the Juice of MISN'T
> The growth of our business : : the green :fruits of thIs tree "chicle :
'Old.atand L .st
rg 114-118 S. PaUfox St.
gum, the basis of; gum, Is I
Music House In Clutter
m 'has necessitated : st manufactured. and shipped In' immense Florida I 1 Music House .PENSACOLA Phone C:
our tollarger -
moving --t quantities to this country f

, 1 k ,,11" : :..... from Mexico. The' Conchs call; this t l1 i
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'"- 1 fruit "dilly" for abort. the-woods .
'quarters .. ,-J is "wild'dllly".a close -
's. '; < there a so-called
t, ,,. ': relative-to the famous South American
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,.. '\ tree,, which yields the valuable
i 'I 16TH FLOOR ;" ;: fHCANDLKR ; .. :> balata gum of commerce. It is- here
; r.. '. where vanilla will grow, and' perhaps
;t 7 ; coffee and other tropical things '
rt. : : many IT INTERESTING and
i i : which have never been tried:'.On 'hi; SATISFACTORY
BUILDING: ,::" ,,,:, : E, plantation on Elliotts: Ky: the ,wt| *r ,
J a f'. ,, has picJ.ed.In one 'day. :coco nut!, ta -. h. .__
nana<=. ':;roP.'i. pineapplespaps's. : aa: (trdiUas

3 You invited to call ';.E '\ sugar apples, sweet potatoes. 1 to know that you hart one of the
are and f tt-matoea, eggplants and,peppers. %
m I largest and most complete stocks ofHARDWARE.
Beachcombing Profitable,. r.
make us a visit. We will .t : ) '
: ; Along the shores on .the oCean side,,
'f' there are coral sand massesof broken -; PAINTS CUTLERY. GUNS RIFLES PISTOLS
tale in : coral Angers, shells:: sponges, ana' ,
pleasur showing yo'u' the flotsam and 'jetsam which is carted .
z hundreds of miles from thin ,
ti 1 coasts of-South'and Central America' METALLIC AMMUNITION ETC.
,4 through a modern ..
advertising ;L '\ Great floating islands from the mouthsof
tropical rivers are. wafted nort ..1' ', ..

tk organization., .* Improved s .stems < ,: f" I }f broken ward by into the bits' Gulf by stream.its choppy They waves are ,, in the South to make your I purchases j from. Interesting I

and are'.(piled upon the-shores of'the because. we can save you money.. Satisfactory. because

= in alL departments. -- keys.. This. flotage, including' lumber. .it'i. convenient for i you- '
,1}and wreckage: forms an interesting ', .
: '
: : museum so 'beachcombing Is an
MASSENGALE .ADVERTISING : 'e1.clUng.and: often profitable pleasure. Wrought Iran Pipe and fitting Rubber Belting Hose and Packing/
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: "
i ,, _' The vegetation of this region is like .
.- 1 : .1 the Bahamas, western Cuba and 'the ; '
s "t. : -ATLANTA. .;> '.. __" Yacatan ,peninsula, Besides, many STq'CK-'OF--MILL SUPPLIES
t )... 'I '. : 4 .," tropical plants, '-like the cocoanut iWe ;I

F "' ; i ,. < :. : : i, : ', { (:()cocobola. blolly pigeon satin plum.leaf.blackwood.fiddlewood faastie. Oat t..f.TolDOrders, 1 .
;, .. ._,. GORDON & BROW' HOW CO
.t.. .- ... I I. i. 1t red'bay/lance wood Iron.wood stop- Giien Special Attention. .
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--- : : : .- ; .: : '_....; : perwoods, 'naked wood. cocoaplum.' "

'..,. :wild tamarind, prince wood. gumbo
-. : limbo wild rubber, torchwood ..lig
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