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 18, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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,,; President of France Unostentatiously "

iSLANDS Retires from High


Severe Seismic Disturbances at THE INAUGURATION


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V 4 t ;1 St.. Lucia. Of M. Fallieres Will Take Placa;


.' GRQOMDaughter at 4 o'clock To-day. '

'. i '.. REPEATED SHOCKS AND LOUD Justice Peckham' Recommends.


Ceremony Most Impressive Ever of President Fond ofOutdoor Ex-Head of Mutual.By I PRESIDENTOF FRENCH R PUQ.f

7't Ait.Y, ... .... MANY STORES AND HOUSES
>. .1 I Life and! Very SERIOUSLY DAMAGED.

Mansion. Assocl fed'PrelL AS

T Popular. New York Feb. .-Recommendation SITED IN ,CEREMONIES, OF I NST1LLATION. '

I "- By Associated Press. that; suit be instttnted against c
.Washington, Feb. 17.-The belief of Richard A. McCurdy, former president -
N No More Auspicious Day for Wedding Longworth
Began His Politics. Career officials here that the repent prolonged .1 of the Mutual 'Life Insurance Co. -'

Could .Be Desired.MISS ..lV.,}4.LICF Eca'!'trzLT in 1891. Interruption of submarine cablesin is made. in a latter written by U'nited By Associated Press::- .

,West Indian waters ,was the prev i Slates Supreme> Court Justice Rufus ParIs F< b. 17.-Quietly and with,

cursor of a great seismic etisturbancesi W. IPeckham to the special investigating out any ceremony whatsoever, Presl*

ALICE THE TWELFTH BRIDETO H'I is confirmed by. the receipt of a committee of the Mutual which dent Loubet departed from the Elyaeei
IS AN EXPERT MUSICIAN AND ? this took his abode In
: FOOTBALL Will I PENTECOSTAL l cablegram today'from Fort De France,:was made public 'to-day. noon and up 4a
PLIGHT HER TROTH WITH Ii flat which he has rented in the Rue
i Martinique? as follows: !: The letter states that suit should be Dante, in the Qnartier Latin. ThIs 1

IN HISTORIC MANSIONBRIDEAND TAINER HAS WON HIM A HOST "The most violent earthquake In 64 begun before Mr. McCurdy leaves this: act unostentatiously marked PreeWi j

I years prevailed over the entire Islan'dat country for Europe, as is his reported dent Loubet's retirement from taa.
GROOM LEFT WHITE OF FRIENDS-BEAUTIFUL. ROOK two o'docft this afternoon. There which, he has held for
BE inteption, and its object should" be ta high position
PLAYED m SERVICES was no great damage
seven M. Loubet was always*
HOUSE AT 4:10 ON BRIDAL TOUR WOOD, FUTURE HOME OF THE recover any money which ilr. McCur- years.
opposed, to.all unnecessary ceremonial ,
WHICH MAY INCLUDE FLORIDA. dy may owe the company. and preferred the simplicity of true
LONGWORTttS. DIRECTORS OF THE In making the letter public CharlesA. Democracy to the pomp of semi-mon4

-- it Peabody, president of the,Mutual, archial Republicanism, as favored br''

By Associated Press. THURSDAY Y TODAYRey. Y There has been comparatively lit N. C. &. ST. L MEET gave out a Jetter of his own In whichhe some of the former Presidents oC

Wa.hthigton, Feb. 17.With a pla'nfirHM tie of importance in tU life of Mrs. said, he doer not think Justice France. President
of the .f
The inauguration
of Virgin Gold in the historic longworth. She was born on Fe'iru- Peckham will have any reason to find
-- By Associated Press. will take place tomorrow. A&>
EaSt room of the White House, at ary 11, 1884 ,and is the'oaly.. child of fault with the action of the company four o'clock, the exact hour at "'which.

:ainetn: minutes after twelve o'clock Strong Teams From Barrancas r Spiegel of Christian" Church President Roosevelt and' his first' wife, Nashville, Tenn.. Feb.. 17.-At a relative to_the matter to which he re*-seven years ago his term began, M.>,
it-day. Alice Lee Roosevelt, the eldest who was :Miss: Alice Lee, of Boston. meeting of the board of directors of '
Loubet will, surrounded by the members *,
caughter of the president of the Unit.I I She was educated a.t borne 'by a governess the Nashville Chattanooga, and St. ,fers.
and Pensacola Will Meet Will Preach of the cabinet await the arrival 4
at t Two Sermons '
#<} States and Nicholas Longworth, andrt'celvEt.t an excellent edu I Louis R. R. hid here to-day, Major E. Justice Peckham was formerly :a of. President Fallieres in the Grand
representative In congrsss; from the cation. Although wit.h9ut''musical trustee of the Mutual.
C. Lewis, of Nashivlle. was elected Salon of the Blysee.
First: District of Ohio, were united in Palmetto Beach. During Day. taste she received careful musical I acting president of the road and John to the M,
According programme
marriags. The ceremony was one of,I training and became quit proficient W, Thomas was chosen a member of Fallieres will arrive with great
.- I \ pompin
'the most impressive ever performed .in piano playing. She acquired.a,good ,the board of directors tq succeed b.s; a'sala carriage with a full military s''

in the executive mansion and was according ()np-of the intedalini.athletic.contests To-dar i Ii the fiftieth: day In ,theChristian '\knowledse of Fr?nchapti German and !father the late Major .John W; REVENUE FRAUD escort ML Heavier will present the l
to the rites of the Protestant Las a fairly good "knowfrtee"} RTISslan. Thomas.: '
of the season is to'occur Thurs revival at the Tabernacle on is outgoing and' the incoming Presidents ..
church of which the bride She fond of reading pre- I
Episcopal sot day, when the Barrancas and Pensa-i East Gregory street. Evangelist; fers poetry to prose. She made her and there will be an exchange of complimentary *
is a. member. The wedding was
emmzed ty the devotional beauty of cola football teams will be matched Spiegel has manifested much perse-, social l dtbut at a Cotillon given: at the GUEST OF WHITE addresses, followed by a
promenade of the two men through
the Cathedralservice.. a&iinst one another! for supremacy or.1 verance and has been inply: rewarded White House on her eighteenth birlnday. V
mSCOVEREDINDETROIT the various apartments of official 4,
February 11, 1S02 and soon became -
1 I the gridiron. in good done.: The church bas been .
The Wedding Ceremony.A J popular. She II? fond of, outdoor I HOUSE, FAINTED) palace.
few minutes before noon Bishop, The game has been a subject of discussion -much more than doubled"numerically, sports, is .a good horsewoman golf After this ceremony; ,there will be a

Sattertee of Wa-shinffton.-and the Rev. for several w';eks, having been and the congregation has taken very player ana:' tennis player, and.ahq an reception of the Diplomatic Corps and
Roland Cotton Smith, rector of S. arranged some time sine, and natur aggressive steps for the future of the indefatigable walker. She first met high state officials after which ifw

John's Episcopal Church, whq were to ally the lovers of the sport are eager work. Mr. Longworth in the year of her (!?- By Associated Press Loubet, no longer president, but only]
This morning the evangelist will!: : Washington Feb. .-Shortly be-
which an ordinary citizen, accompanied<< by:;
perform respectively: and assist in tho ly awaiting the arrival of the ante but and the friendship sprang
preach a sermon on "Our Congrega I I twelve o'clock the hour set 'for the : Rouvier, win betake himself unostentatiously -
and took their places within the enlosure meet. I tionalism"! and1 at night on "Free' into a more,tender sentiment. They :White House wedding ceremony, Mn to his plain and unofiW. '
Graces. Miss Burrow will sing at :Wayne Macveagh ona of the guests
a The Barrancas eleven, from all -: wer practically engaged before tLey( cial residence. '
forming accounts
of white .
\ ribbons ? (
teh servic Mr. has ia the east fainted: The distressing
evning Spiegel room
? Thousands
with of Pounds of Oleomargarine
harrier around the floral altar. A is in batter condition than tho:I stVu-ted on their Oriental tour No Ceremony Heretofore.
an oil painting of the first church'building incident induced no small .f
Pensacola boys havinr the experienceof I the Taft ''P\; rty and soon after their return oti<
lea minutes later the bridegroom accompanied '' ever erected In America by' commotion among the other guests. The assumption of the office
; by his best man, Mr. Thorn- training and, team work, and also his people which ,ftp will exhibit at!t became publicly engaged. 'i Mrs. Macveagh w-as carried into the Sold Without Paying Chief Executive of the French Repubflie

as Nelson Perkins, entered the room being much heavier. the service to-day. T -da}'. he pays/ Nicholas Longworth. blue room where she was placed ou a on this occasion Is marked out
and ook their positions at the side The Pensacola tam. however win' intends is his Pentecost t. fiftieth day and he' Nicholas Longworth. the third of his couch. She revived almost immediately the Tax. from previous inaugurations by the

of tht- altar where they awaited the going into the game to and will do his part to make as: Pentecostal -i I I and was able to witness the fact that, until M.: Falliews' arrival

irrtva! of the bridal party. will fight every inch of ground during services as possible j j (Continued on Page Five.) ceremony at the Elysee. no President of the'
At the stroke of twelve the Marine the contest. Detroit, Feb. 17.Thomas Lorimer Third Republic has ever found bi! (
Band ', the The entire receipts of the game will predecessor there to formally tranM
in >he lobby be an to play was arraigned here
today before the
Association : .
donated to the Carnival -
be mit conferred him ,
the on
welding! march from Wagner's "Tann- powers byj
iausw,"' and at the same moment to assist in paying the expenetof United States commissioner on the the Constitution. Either because' on
the coming Mardi Graf festivities, charge of manufacturing colored oleomargarine sudden death .'
the! bridal party started in two columns assassination!' resignation
toward the East room. j Hand: consequently it is anticipated thata without paying the government of office, an'Interregnum
I large crowd will be present which the Cabinet has exercised :.;
The bride leaned on her father's j a '. license of ten cents per pound, during

arm and walked with stately and: dignified I 1 =: and the government officials say the executive powers has preceded Presidential thai
stt'lSIrs.! Roosevelt walked arrest make the exposing of one of the beginning new
ith\ herwn Kermit, Miss Ethel with COLOMEL I TARBEL'SFUNERAL 71-f FYTrL wa .., 1 .iM biggest revenue frauds unearthed for term, and for one or other of theso"
E the function of installation baa
n" broth: Archibald and the babyof ; years. Revenue officers say the con reasons .
th. family. Quentin, was conducted I TO-DAY cern with which Lorimer was connected been denuded of ceremony.
this; -ousin. William S. Cowles Jr.,1 I >r has been buying an average of I When the first President, Thier,.
'hi' 7 1 resigned in May, 1873,the country wu'I t
onh \V.l-
son of Capt. and Mrs. thirty five thousand pounds of oleomargarine -
Ham s. cowles.: Mrs. George C. L-L-eJ:: per month coloring It and I passing through a very critical per-
I lod of its history and his successor,
reneuble grandmother of retailing the stuff as butter
.-- t rJ t! Mac.Mahon, merely consented to accept
and Cobles
William S.
WILL BE BURIED THIS AFTER-:: I office as provisional President
'Ia1pt! 'ogcther and followsdbyrh
wee i and it was only in November of that '
other members of the Lee, R.jR"pil < -j NOON IN ST. JOHN'S. I I that he to continue t
\ and' longworth families who REWARD OFFERED year agree Jar ,
had the full septennate; destined to -be ,
come trom all parts of the =oun '
cut snort by his resignation. Grevy'v
try to auid, the wedding.DisVnguished The remains of Colonel John Milton (}'j 1'1.bO / FOR LYNCHERS succession; passed off quietly and unostentatiously ,c

Assemblage. j Tarble who expired at.-hia home on lllO r and at his reflection' ,
No cerpijon> of a simillar kind W .3 West Gregory street Thursday night :h-: l..1I'ly. ) there was no necessity! for a transmission x
err witnessed; by a more distinguishassfmblaj will ba'placed at rl'st'this afternoon. O of powers. Carrot filled the K
';> ?.'. The halo of a hunt The funeral cortege will )leave the llA..1 A..rJr : By Associated Press place left vacant by 'Grevy'a practically

.-t\\ ran of romantic White House family residence ant 3:15.and; will proceed I .. }7J:>o"l "- Montgomery Ala.. Feb. 17.-Governor enforced retirement owing to

Mt-'On hung over the bridal couple to Christ church. where the services \ ( li {i--os l'A' : .. Uelkj to-day offered a reward olj the decoration scandal. He entered 'Vt

hi Roosevelt is the twelfth bride, will be ("On- 'lt'led. Afterwards N t w l4 four-hundred dollars each for the capture I the Elysee direct! from Versailles. The 3
"'-ordinc! 10 accepted auc! oritlcsto, the cortege will move to St. John's p Sf 0 \.. !ig'y / of the first four lynchers of Bunk, anarchist Caserio's dastardly deed left,

-W her troth within! it's classic:. (cemetery where the remains of the Rrlt + fir.r'ti w /!/ ., Richardson, the negro taken from the! the country in' mourning, to that.theN
sat;: "mayor of Pensacola will be Etowah county Jail and hanged by a
former I? y rk I was no room in the midst of the ,nn/
\" >ovetiprlav in winter! ( ever.dawrthl : placed at rest with appropriate care- k 1 w1t ; c/ fI r., mob last Sunday morning.AltXANDERIS. I tional sorrow for rejoicing at the com

dUd' ;hl off expressed wish of the'' monies. I ( I r tvW2 lag of Casimir-Peiier! who soon decided
b:1.1. iha. her: wedding lay be fill?ilunjilnp The news of the death of ColonelTarble to give up the position, for what
.n"' > was\ fully sratiJie.l came as. a shock( to many! persons w w \ : reason was never clearly -explained.
pair was< balmy almost as in in the city some of whom wore O j! Faure followed, once more finding the .

Sn mOl"' avspirioux dRy {O("- not even aware of the. fact that he v C/ NOW RALLYING I Elysee vacant on his arrival. % Ida(
could: he imasin l! sprint'l was seriously ill tf i tragic sudden death found the nation
colonel for many :years was a J "
The Bridal Dress. The of Pensaoola. again in distress when Lonbet took
Sit" on the-strecU !
Al'cr familiar figure over the Presidency
he Hooseve looked lovely, but in recent years his health By Associated PresLleW'

magnificent bridal-costume. The t such that he' rarely appeared upon York, Feb. 17.-James" W. A Significant Event.
falWas cnt ln Princessstylewhich I i'va3 t. The opportunity afforded by the
f the struts. His d?at.h I is regretted Alexander. former president of the 'I
-"ulariy becoming the slender! those who knew completion of his entire term by a
sae.. ?rapful' figure of the- bride. It' l-v many, especially of lite.MONEY Equitable Life Assurance society whof3 I popular President and the direct trans.
In the prime
,-1- '' ('I'arl1\'hlte ,him when he: was t' : in a critical condition at bis home i his him his t
mission of
\ satin.-showing a de. powers by to
: here following a surgical, operation is
: hOf roses outlined in silver thread : y '. :L x reported to-day to be rallying. successor was seized -upon by tin q

I h' t''avplain( background. The mater- FOR THEJAP I government as an occasion for breaks
from dull routine usually
pat 11I'b woven in one of the lag away the
I /' '!! J<, silk mllls and those SUFFERERSBy MILLION DOLLAR i observed. The cabinet: decided That
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:; then destroyed to prevent dupli- lt I the event should be made significant f.
Roden.; The skirt was plain and tight ,: and be used to impress th? people
thnR around the hips and waist-with) FIRE AT DULUTHBy with the easy working of the Republican .
aatever. The bodice machine even when its chief pare:
i/r'DK Press.
l Associated t t
U"ht fitthls as far as the bust) Washington, Feb. 17.-Up to noon . had to be changed.
draped crosswise! treasurer M. Fallieres will have plenty of op.'
b'; softly in Charles Hallam Keep
(to I tetV S i The fronts fastening in alter-, of the American .National Red (lith.-. L1 portnnity for the display of tact"ahis !
tM.kT cabs, showing a vest of soft tulle.1 Cross society had received in response I' r .;r Deluth, Minn., Feb. 17. The Peavey new surrounding for his removals
t>br I began at the end of the j'oke.1 to President Roosevelt's appeal : -. t}% 7' -., Elevator, with a capacity of one mil from the somewhat humble! official
I. 'rani>arent Contributions amounting' to over lion and a half bushels Is burning and residence of the President of the .>>6:>>
hilnt 1 yoke was of real rose total
tar it is feared will be a loss. The
an heirloom of the Lee eleven] thousand dollars! for the 01 lcN will probably reach a': million T

tC )ntinucd i iIII of the famine striktu! provinces- UNCLE 'S.UI-WHE-lIT; COMKS.,TO. WK4RIKG :3HESB: THINGS, .OI A GEM. /* .--q .1 -olla.r.i. y os .(Continued on Page Ylvc.: of' "
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THE BIG test of All Silk Sales The Greatest of All, Lace Sales

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... '. together:- special line of Silks; they 3,000 yards of Fine Point de Paris Laces, with inserting
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i :LVLC>IriDALTWe : -_' 7 of the newest checks__. pin stripe. Moires to match, new patterns, new styles, values up to 15
The prices range up to $1.25. and we
at that. Pick choice cents, special here at
have prepared a perfect feast of Bargains fer you all, gathered cheap your at :

all the departments of the store and priced to you at almost half 59 cents the. yard. 7 1-2 cents-the, yard. I

actual worth. This is a special sale that you cannot afford to miss. ,

,. one dollars, come will all buy, to more this Great here than Under-Price anywhere Sale else, and in the, remember city. Sale, that of Glove The Greatest of All Dress I,. The Greatest of All! Dress The Greatest of All Wash I

., promptly at nine. No telephone orders received ane no goods sent Goods Sales. i I i Goods Sales. Goods Sales. .

;t approval. ----- Gloves the 10 pieces-of 36 inch im- !I 6) pieces 54-inch Mohairs, 6 pieces of Wash Piques!

t The Greatest of All Shirt Waist Sales The Greatest of All Black Silk a.full line. of t ported Prunella Cloth-red. 'English I made and English extra fancy, positively 35C''
including green and brown, worth 35c, I dyed, in a line of the newest values-

. il"' 10 dozen Shirt Waists in a full line 27-inch Black Taffeta Silk, special here at19c shades, worth$1.50, special at special here at

fr: of colors the kind that sell for,75c kind I
= that never splits, worth $!. nts. the yard. $1.25. .19c the yard.
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and $1, here at at.
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:_. I 39 cents each. 75 cents the yard. '.f.11, Fancy The Greatest. of All Zephyr The Breatist eff III Dress The Greatest ef ill Malting

s New Arrival. New Arrival: New Arrival Sales. Goods Sales. Sales.

Fancy Silk, 1,000 ounces of Wool 6 pieces of imported Dress 100 Remnants of Matting
100 rolls of New Matting A full line ,
One of Lace
regular stock Zephyr, i in a full line of Goods Fancies desirable pat-
both China and both China and at
Jap, tains from' Jap,
at the colors terns the kind that will
at CARNIVAL{ COLORS ; to you. wear

.; 75c to $7.00 Special, .. and give you the very best Half Price.

25c and 35c Laid. j just received.. a pair. yard. of service, worth up Jo 50c,

worth $1.50. 2 ounces for special here at Here is a chance to.cover
t,.. i"\ The Greatest of ill Blanket Sales. The Greatest of All Comfort' 5 cents.ley 35 cents. your,floor real cheap. I

i .:., One case of Gray Blankets, 10-4, One. case of Comforts full

the kind that you pay $1.50 for, here here at
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; bride Wa3 a Vanderbilt residence of John R. Me each about three by ten feet. Thecb i -- -
; ;; ROOSEVELT LONGWORTH gifts were very Tanally town road Vii I white capped chef has just about j
But the gifts 6 miles;., from Wash. room enough to turn aroUlt+<1' in amid
I. Webb seem almost his pots and pans. .
WHITE HOUSE WEDDING pared with the- d automobile they The trip :will only last about three CGEHERAL ARTHUQ
,lit ficent 'presents received : : ) with rice by Ethel) weeks as the session of Congress ..
vorth. children. Mrs. Long mates it necessary for Mr. Longworthto
Purely a Love Ma return to Washington. After their
into the car by <
(Continued from First Page) flowers was not introduced in the The little romance "Friendship"4" and Mr. Longworth en return the young people will live at 1
the John Davies Jones home on Eighteentk r.
decorative scheme. Roosevelt and Nicholas other side assisted by his as
family. The sleeves were of elbow From the altar which formed the I gan and developed It street and I street, and Mrs
: length, being finished with soft ruf- center of the decorations to th *remotest on the open stage, 1 Nicholas Longworth. Sr.. will take
. r Sep of the same laces The train fully corners of the corridor and ants eyes of the world. :Men and Mrs. Roosevelt. care of the' household to relieve the -
three yardsavtg, began at the shoulders rooms flowers formed the dominating -in high positions! do Cowles and. other memo young and inexperienced bride of all:
,.was of heavy white 'broche lined I feature of the decorations. In the same opportunities of I House stood and waived on the steps them Iiqusebold duties.
with plain white satin and finished: lobby palms and ferns preponderatedand brothers and sisters lIvln
on .the sides and at the bottom with formed' a delicate screen behind obscurity. Not only r-Aa. old shoe thrown at 'W a"' Borrowed Cloth.
ruches of chiffon. which the United States Marine band speaking but in the full of the ushers fell on toy A big retail clothing house In New
+, The bridal veil another family heirloom and the members of .the choir were word the eyes of the it was there when the York Li sorely pestered by customers .
was of soft tulle, falling almostto stationed, who 'were to function before stantly. upon them and last.seen; who order clothes wear them at an
the bottom of the train. It washeid during.and. after the ceremony.The theirs '!* scrutinized -In front of the What:> evening reception or to the theater .return
by a spray of orange blossoms Wedding Gifts. cirsd and gossiped: not apprised of the <: them ,next day and demand their
falling loosely over the coiffure. The It lt! extremely doubtful: whetherany i that most of the brii'e and groom. money back on the ground that the
' bride not princess of I while the two lovers were of the was
y bride carried no flowers but only a who was a trip garments do not suit. The management
secret;_ ._but it is under. recently adopted a device like that
will go eouta,
couple A
which seal the doors of freight cars m
and !will pay a
'of her mother. Lat transit a leaden pellet pressed on to
to expend a week "or: wire or twine fasteners. The removalof
Beach Fla. the pellet.indlcttes that the package Over 2,000,000 Sold in West Florida m 1904
Fairy Palace. baa been tampered with. Tate notice Is
printed the Frank Keilly 1 Agent Pensacola Florida
which they will travel on clothing tag: ,
"To Insure our customers against
: trip Is a fairy pal
It is tea feet wide anl purchasing clothes that may have been
worn by others we have appended this
and is equipped in
1'' ; I: & : __ and luxuriousman: .tag and seal.. No clothing will be exchanged -,
: nor credit given if this gar. When Lifets in the Balancer

t s .R__.a _s is of Dutch oak an 3 ment is returned without the undisturbed ,
mahogany and the seal."-New York Press.
upholstery and Boor coy /
green and red. Val..e Advertising Scheme. < when .. !"
lj. )R'L high priced< s is the observation at the A Brooklyn business man conceivedand -
ROG doing their best to err
are prolong
a platform as large tried to carry into execution' the ,
I porch, and guarded by other day a unique and brilliant advertising tence Itsn't it poor policy-faUe ee*
A wide armed sofa scheme. He had his adrertla-
'omy-to patronize any drug store *
!: The dining .
.x ";lag sign affixed In raised letters to the
< r llj. six. A little china ply on account of low prices': vsdon't
tire of an automobile, so that when the t
I ] oak containing the U-
1 I! do service on the -letters were coated over with white scrimp remedies to save a nut
? i : paint the machine painted his advertisement .
/ Dutch oak writing desk| here or there-we give you what 01ifph'slcfan
chairs furnish this on the asphalt wherever it
c x : acrprltogly. -
4771N11YGPOt orders and charge
was di1ren. But the Brooklyn street x
j. parlor and observa- cleaning commissioner being an unresponsive We want you to deal with OI
are the two bedrooms : soul who did not appreciate '
EOasEV.ELT.J ?c"JZE xC)1TE' but not unless ;you are satisfied 1
O .A..4tCE brass bed.
: ... a large a stroke of genius like this on the l
4 are heavily carpeted .1n I pavement threatened the advertiser you will get here the best and purest I

,; small ivory bound pra'er'book., the royal blood was ever so overwhelmed Oriental trip with, a polishes in green:' mahogany tbe wood lie A : with the police and promptly squelchedthe any druggist can supply.
1" same which her mother carried at with w her wedding. worth. it in s
made even more pressure of a button
., The Decorations.The i For weeks wedding gifts of every i keep their secret a washstand of Mexican Farm.
East! room where the wedding description have been flowing Into the: world. Although members hot and cold water Poll Luis Terraozas, a great friend HOOTON'S.PHARMACY
' I. was to take -place, naturally formed! White House until the library vas had tact enough not qf President Diaz has a farm in Chihuahua f
the center of the decorative scheme.l actually filled with the gifts. They: natural development: of th two rooms are thf of about 8,000,000 acres. Don ft
.: Opposite the entrance and under came from every part of the United their hints were plain done in green and ,Luis! ,is thought toown more than '
the big chandelier not far from. States from every corner of the, no doubt as to' the final are convertabje\ into 1,000,000 cattle. His stable consists of Phone, 1100.. The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery r t
the! south wall an altar of the most 'world and varied in value from a few I the affair. x and some,' his
an upper a lower 100,000 horses sheepfold of
r beautiful flowers, mostly roses. lilies dollars to a king's ransom. i ----_. _- -- ----- -- r
In one of the section 700,000 sheep. From 200,000 to 300,000 -------- -
! of the valley and orchids had been Probably" the greatest number of: BRIDE AND GROOM each other with a wja- calve
I are with his brand every
constructed and in front of it wedding gifts received
was a ever by any: STARr '
The whole of the other,
low prio de Dieu also formea' of bride In this country was that received : eprlnc. More than 1.000) cowboys f
flowers upon which the principals by Miss! Fredericka Webb, who I Washington Feb.: 17.-: by a room semi-circular and the keep his cattle. At his slaughter and c
Mere to kneel during the ceremony.It married Ralph PulUer a few months I Nicholas .Longwbrth left with tiny reading packing houses Dear Chihuahua dty DON.TFRET
was a perfect relief that the ugly ago. The gifts on that occasion numbered House by the South bulbs which fit intb 250,000 cattle as many sheep and bogs a
and conventional wedding bell of more than 3,000 and as the this afternoon entered not in use., vj Innumerable; are killed, and away they t
---I and were driven rapidly comer beyond tie go'to his own refrigerator care. Some f
I understood they went to and a cook's gal- 40,000 persons dwell on his estate.-
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About your Desserts or Lunch when com" 1

Pure Blood Punishment to Pit. 'PAY arrives unexpectedly. Get us to send t
Tb mayor of Yarmouth recently in
of the
fining an Italian who assaulted a min you some following- good things: tBeecllnat

by.blttpg him on the leg and arm several .
Is .certain if you take Hood's Sarsaparilla. SG times said that if it occurred Assorted Jellies, per glass.. .... .. .. ..,. .. .. nr'
This those .. again some of his teeth would have to Beechnut Marmalade, par glass... .. ........ .. -. .. ;"Q,( t
great medicine cures eruptions, ht extracted.-London Beechnut Cranberry Sauce, per glass........ .... ..... .... }C
pimples and boils that appear at all seasons; Express. Beechnut Peanut Butter per .jars.. '" .... ...... .... ... Iflfi(
scrofula sores salt rheum oreczema Beechnut Stuffed Dates per Jars...... .. ..... .... .... .. 3nc
cures ; ,. Beechnut Bacon In jars.... ........ ...v .... .... ..... .' 30c30e
adapts itself equally well to, and also cures, dyspepsia MARDI GRASEUNCII .. .. .. .
i Bcwonjit-: ef Jn, Jarg. ,I5c and.Dunbara ......- .. u.. ... .
and all stomach troubles; cures rheumatism :x t Preserved'Figs ('n cans, 20c and...... .., .... ... .. 35c t'
:Libby's.Sauce, pet jar...."_...... .... .. ... ...... .... !0e (,
and t catarrh; cures nervous troubles S 1Jb y'a Tomato Chutney, per jar... .... ...... ..... ..... . .:oc
debility and that tired feeling.
rlrg The Ladles' Ala Society of the Presbyterian -
8recuu-To meet the wishes of those who prefer' LewJston.IK church will-serve lunch Mon-
: ..adjoin In tablet form we are now putting up Hoods rid fie.from reports Hood'great Sarsaparilll beneU to her, wh1chf lit\l. I day and Tuesday. Feb. ''26 and 27. In East t Hill Grocery Co. :
f JUr.ip.rill in *****:*** tablets as well as In thorolllhii plUied her blood crier andu I, .A. Morrison's store corner Romana ,
I the usual liquid form. By reducing Hood's Sar ap&- attack of ut Mood-poijonln I and Palafox streets. Following is the
rill to a oUd extract we have retained in the tablets.?re.Kut\ fever. It CaY.her strength ; wi I menu; f
the curative,properties of,every medicinal ingredient! and nn LJiealtli. Thousands of l v I MENU I Phone 212. f
r Sold by druggists or sent by mail other tell of similar CDIM also cons ,rr lisa Chowder..... .. .... ,.....150
lOa doses one dollar. G:t Hood Co.LowelL Mass of rofuIa.salt rhun.cMma,etc. Potato Salad..... .... .. .. ......ioc l
Turkey. Ham. Roast Pig... ..,.ioc 1T
Gumbo... ..t. ......... .. .. '..25c
k HEW METHOD LAUNDRYMrs.H.l.nL.Tliompwnof Chicken Salad..... .. .... ......isc
t r Ice Cream.. .. .. .. ...... .. ....10c ANTADS D f
Cake...... .... .. .... ;.. .... ., READTHEJOURNAL, L W
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CARNIVAL ASSOCIATION Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday .. .;

Electric Park ,
that our Clothing la Pensacola i .. .- I :
padvmade," they are Temple No. 14 Was Instituted ....at....

..a' ..lo-wear". Every With Thursday, February 22 ,
Good Member ,
suit tn our store that -were on arrival' 3 o'clock car. ; : .

., gelling from $14,40 up : THE BUSY STORE -
ship Friday.
h3o hand worked button Admission, 5Oc.ZELI1IS. '. 'J:4

nol s. band,felled collars, .
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,n fact macmnes are onlyied Pensacola Temple No. 14, Rathbone|

work' : l would where be mechanical a benefit, Sisters, was instituted Friday night This will 6e the formal opening of our New Spring Styles in Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Laces'

tnd brains used In every Pebruarj' 16th bj P. 'C :Mrs. Clara REPLIES Embroideries, Hosiery and Gloves. Our Mr. T. H. Lannon has just returned from a special buying trip, in

step; and stitch. Milliard of Magnolia Tempfa. .No 4, asslstM ,I which he ransacked the market in quest of the latest and most approved styles for the coming season. We have

.by :Mrs. Neville, of Illinois as spared neither time or trouble in procuring for our customers the best styles and values obtainable, and a visit .

GS.: S; Mrs. Crockett Hilliard as GM. store during this sale will thoroughly convince of that fict. .
,, Ste!n-Bloch Suits .; Mrs. Kanish,, of Illinois, as G. 1*. TO LETTER Of to our you
t. \\If reg-
c ,>rue" $18 to $30 going now Ihe attendance was large and enthu For three days only Monday Tuesday and Wednesday, we will offer one lot of

hand-made Irish Point Mexican Drawn Work and Arabian Art and Centerpieces 4
$))1 t\I\ 0 $24.r siastic. Twentj-two ladies and eight agent's samples genuine Squares t

Knights were nrollea': as charter at 25 PER CENT OFF THE AGENT'S PRICE. These are the finest class of imported hand-made j f

-t are not cheap. suits. members. The election: !fi.ce.rs"was- -W IG'C.JONESSays goods particularly suited for wedding and anniversary presents, and it is a rare opportunity to buy goods of .
:s s.uits.cheap. :
b': ;; beld,' ana! resulted as follows-. : '
this character at so great a sacrifice. This'offer is positively for three days only. -
P. C.-Mrs_ Josie E s. Phillips.M : .

E. C.-Mrs. Jennis Soaerquist

E. L.-Mrs. Helen Lewis J

:Mof E. J.-T.Mrs-Mrs. Gertrude. Sophona Bliss D. Davis.M. .'' Latter Simply Wants Excuse I Closing Out Sale of Suits p SILKS Special Sale .of! New Val $ j

R. C.-Miss Bessie Lindens!mth. to "CoGigging" for City I

I \TAJIDARDti:01HInGm: I M. of F.-:Mrs. Mary C. Orting. .: and Jackets. Extraordinary Silk Sale. and Round-Thread J !
II*. O. T.-Mrs. Maggie Jacobson. Officials.
G O. T,-Miss Daisy WelshGrand ; ,'
The greatest! purchase of the sei- 1.
fuaprE"Sentative-11rs. Lizzie 25 Man-Tailored Wool Cheviot : laces. :
Horsier. 'Pensacola, Fla, Feb 17.1D06. son. Come to our 8 introductory ;
Trustees-Mrs.. Martha. Wrighton Suits worth $18 and $20 each, Silk Sale Monday and Tuesday, It will
_. Editor Pensacola 'Journal:
Mrs. Kate Coulson, Mrs.. Esther Ap- I' read the lengthy communication principally blues anl black, to ... i>e the event of the year. .:. lOne From the Importers Peremptory Sale
TWO\ GRAND BALLS pleberg. lot 27.inch stylish Illuml- at a saving cY25 per cent.
them out quick. say.$3.90 .
Journal clean we
Pensacola Temple No. 14 will hold from W. C. Jones'in Fridays nated Taffeta Silks made to retail -'.
regular DlfE'tings'every' Friday after- .in. reply. to ,my!answer to his',former .: for $1.00 and $1.19. special During thjVsale we are showing
MONDAY AND. TUESDAY26-27, neon at 2:20. o' lock in the K. of,P. 'letter. ;; .. ; :..3 .Black and White. Worsted. $10Suits !Monday. .. .... .. .. .. ...,79c some exceptionally good values.in Val .
: \ .. ,. ....$3.49 '
c. IC. of A. HALL.Barrios' hall. He quOted freely. fromthe code but -. J 75c Faille Brilliant Silks in all the Laces at 19cj 25c and :29c per doz.
The Initiation of the officers of the I
there is nothing' there of which ths $10 Taffeta Silk Suits black and popular colors special for Monday New Val Laces, worth 39c pf r dozen
new temple will occur next Friday .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .47c
Full String Band. a afternoon Board of Public Works is not fully ad- white only to go at.........$5.90 to go for.. .. .... .. '., .25o i t ,
.. ,
.h' 21-inch Silk Crystal Crepe De
Public Invited. vised. When the Board of Pub1c'Works $16 All'-Silk Chiffon Taffeta Suits, Chene, in champagne light blue, Finest 5c Val Laces and Insert- '

n.>eds counsel and advice it Clean-Sweep, prjce, .only........$9.49 ,. golden brown, white nile, pink ings In this sale.. .. .. .. .. 3/c I
Visitors especially welcome I ST. ANDREWSSpecial Is not going to Mr. Jones for it but navy and blacK, worth $1.00 per Finest lOc Val Lam and' Ins-rt. f

Rigb re 'ened to eject all objectionable to someone capable of giving: It. 1 lot Girls' Wash Dresses, all .. yard. secial.- .65c : ings in: this sale.. .. .. ....:.0. ..7o
The Board of Public Works is fully 36-inch Pagoda Taffeta Silk regular ,
parties. sizes!;; at special .prices. We are now in a position to show '
I aware that it could order asreat many :' 90c valu*. in black and colors -

to The'Journal. people arrested and possibly bet them $15 Rainproof Coats, extra good. ., special' Monday. .........59c you all tho newest patterns in matca
St. Andrews, Feb. '16.-The wharf ofthe find, but Mr. Jones would not be in sets of French and round thread Val
new full back. In. tan or Oxford, Best $1.39 :36-Inch: black All Silk
For Expert Watch Repairing and Merchantile Co, is could order quitea
Ware : It
progreasing of that category. Special: Mondaj.. .. .. ....9.75 Swiss Taffeta, a gr at bargain, 'Laces, at very special prices.5c I
Engraving go to nicely under a good force number of sidewalks built but Mr. _for Monday. .. .. .... .. .89c
I II I hands a.nd1th a gooi: pile driver In Jones would be exempt from the oper and 7c Torchon Laces and In-
$15 Gray Tourist Coats, new and
life it will soon completed and will ations If I be correctly! informedMr. sertlngs, now only. .. .. ...34c8c .
J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler.. add'very materially to this part of Jones does not build sidewalks stylish, Clean ta4ep Monday.$7.90 ,

.' --town because he has no place to buil New Baby Irish Point and lOc Torchon Laces and In- "

213 South Palafox Street. 'The Presbyterians: have ordered thanew them, anl this perhaps partially explains sertings now only. .. .. . .5c '
; ,'bell for their church. It will bea he is anxious'.to have .
why so
The Latest in Watchesand Introductory Wash Goods Linen Torchon ,
of Pure
Designs goqd,one and something this church the sidewalk ordinances. enforced All-Over laces. One lot
Jewelry. has long been in need of. against other people.Mr. Lace, worth 8c, lOc: and 12c

'Miss Lillie Carlisle of Calloway' was Jones would seem to have us Sale.All SPECIAL VALUES AT 39c, 45C Special Monday.. .. .. .. .. ..5c j
-- on> of Wednesday's visitors in town. believe that the present Board of Pub- a ,

R. K. WHITE Mrs S.. A.' Ellison who has been lic \Vorks is the only one that has One lot of 7c and lOc Embroideries -
Watchmaker Manufacturing, Jeweler: afflicted for something over a year not built sidewalks' In this he is as the latest and Most Approved fct>ecial .. .. .. .. .. ..5cS
with organic disarrangements died at usual. I believe in Wash Fabrics for of Embroideries Special Sale of! New
and Graduate Optician. far wide of the mark as Styles New early ?'e th*! handsome line new
theThonie of her daughter :Mrs. :Menge, .
correct when I say only and Inserting are now .
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola Fla. I am : Spring Wear. we
on' Bec.k St. on Tuesday ami1! was one. previous Board .ever built a' side: showing a.. 9c 1c>> anl 25c: per yard .
: ....--. ,tburled) t.from The Presbyterian church walk. and the city didnt, get. paid for Jest lOc :White.,ludla Unens, nothing like them elsewhere for the Dress Goods.

.1 on Wednesday' afternoon. Hon pastor special.. .. .. ,.-.. .- .. ....6 money..

TERSELY TOLD r:TOV .trnor'funeral of- the Rantist services church-i in a',verimpressive con'dictctth' > that.Anyone with half an 'e"e can seal 1. ]lot of regular:'ide) India Linens New:...Nets, and all ovr Laces for 1 lot fine Bradford Mohair Suit- *" ,

concluding the what is the matter with Mr. Jones. .'. dresses.*and Lace Waists at special I ings In the popular colorings
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manner I
to "gfg" the city officialsand sheer and fine, special.. .. ....IOn .
""'. M 1. Bredt t Kewanee, Ills, who 'services at the cemetery. The floral He wants for ex- prices.. : very special value.. .. .. .. .49e
has been ic the City for several we>k3, tributes were appropriate and beauti is hunting something. an New Embroidered Swiss. New Jac-: ..t: ji S
. loft jeMerdav: for his home, having! ful. The deceased leaves four (daughters cuse. He makes the assertion that quard :Madras, New Jacquard Picqua I t r. New Mohair Glace, all colors, a '
I "hundreds" of ivdangerous"sidewalks. .
there are for this sale, per
eieiv-d! information that. his wife to mourn her death, Mrs Menge., : great. bargain
It isn't the truth but what and Saisetti, Checks in a very: choice ... ..59c
, "dt strioublv ill and Mrs W. C. Pratt of this place,, Great Sale of Muslin Underwear.25c .yard. .. '-"" '"
Mrs. Singletary of Mlllville and Mrs. does he care for that? :AM he wantsIs assortment at special! prices. ;
Fireman ,I f. }1. Oionovan. "who was Otto Franz of IPensacola.Mr .- an excuse to "go gigging" Or perhaps Two:toned Mohair Crisplne Suit-

injured feveral days ago by the cap and Mrs J. W. Purcell of Econfina he is like the fellow arrest. New Barnaby Zephyrs, very attractive Embroidery) Trimmed Corset Covers to go In Ings, very stylish $125 'value

(* one of the patent fire extinguishers .. after a visit relatives here left ed for being drunk and disorderly styles, extra wide 20c this sale at ..................:.....-.............15c : :.t0 go at.. .. .. .. ..' .. .. ..98 i

h01l.lnr; off was reported yesteroiay Tuesday for their home. who declared that all'stone sidewalkswere "fellow values, special.. .. .... .... 18o 35c Tucked and'lmboidered Corset Covers .togo $i.39 Liberty Prunella Sultinpo. .
as being somewhat because a
improved. Miss' Maude Gain-, after a, delightful "dangerous" them and bust ,- ilL this. sale for :..... .... ..........- ..... ..25c choice colors and black". specla9Sc!
her cousin Miss Lillian might fall down on i
Mr Jack Stone of Mr and :MrsP : visit to New Tropical Silks for stylish .4
son walks In Pensacolaseem Tucked andEmbroidered Corset Covers togo
Pensacola Is at home again his h ad. CAll 59c
-> New York city for the -past four Baker improving but not able to sit I have neither time nor Inclinationto 40c value. special. .. .. 35; 2 One lot ',of: Best $1.39 Gowns: Skirts and,Chemise .
o-day and his friends are very anx up : New Peau DeChine, pretty as a ? .t.t1
Jones The value
She gist
and Cecily p- made by Mr. regular $1.75
Margaret Skirting,
:Misses Lace Trimmed MUslin Chemise. to go in this- or
40c : .
IllS to see him. pard left via Ohlpley on Thursday for of the whole matter Is Jones is tryingto Jap silk and washable, 19c, value .. sale! at...,.,....:.....;:..:.......,!..'_''f:'!'.:..29c .special... ... '.. ._ .. .. ....$1.39.&>
. A small blaz occurred jesterday Pensacola, Miss Cecil) to enter Prof.Armstrong's create a false impression by .as- special.. .. ... .... .. .._ 15c Muslin hemiseto.:
Miss .Margaret that "hundreds" of SOc _Lacy and Embiol.lo.ed of 50 inch Scotch Tweed' Suit
school and there are lot
sftemoon about 1 o'clock in tha home serting: ........ .. .. .*....... ... Monday kt
....Ol'd l bj Robert H. Langford on for a visit to her sister. Mrs "dangerous sidewalks" and that the 1 lot of very handsome_ Organdy go in this sale at.< *. .3C.. ings, worth. $1 25. special.
. *oirh Florida Blanca street The Will Gonzalez.Mr. Board of Public Works is doing absolutely Princess Silk made to sell at 75c Embroidered and H. S..Ruffled Chemise .togo ,., .__ ... ... '.. .... '\! .....55e L

, department was called out, butt I and Mrs McKenzie of Gay attended nothin'g to remedy the matter 40c, choicest printings special 29c at..'.'._...,..:....:.,...... ... .'..'"..............50c. -.- : "f v
" (' damage was only slight.Lovett Presbyterian services here. on Up to the time of his letter the mar. $150 Gown, Chemise and Skirts. choice line. ; .'
Handkerchief 4T
I Sunday. shal had served; two hundred and four. 1 lot of Union Linen Suitings for to go. Mondav on special bargain counter at1.19. : Special f ;
J S who has been with Messrs Jbs Martin and S. M.Trow teen ((214)) side-walk notices and eleven ., street wear, all colors, special. .19oDon't $1,00 Embroidered and Ribboned Chemise, to go :

t fas* &, Co.. for the past four years, ''bridge. .of-Soyth. Haven ,)'lich., are ((11)) construction notices, In about stock of In this sale" at .. .. ......:.... ... .. .. ..- ..75c .
\ fras resigned his position with that guests In .town the space of four months nearly all fail to see our new 65c Tucked and Ruffled Gowns, special price for T Sale.We .
ftrm0 accept a position with thetf'tij Sargent of Ft. Dodge Iowa nave been complied with. white good. They are the finest ever .. .. .
: Capt. of which this sale.. .. .,.. -.. ... .. .. .. ..49c
Clothing Company of Louis several occasions visitedIn what, I stated in for shown. have Just received the entire
who has on I I reiterate my I The Lace Trimmed Gowns to go In this Clean
\.llf. Mr I ixnett is a Pensacola boy, SU Andrews is here for a length' mer letter; There are now more substantial Sweep gale at.. .. .... .. .. .. .. ....... 59c ,sample' line of a prominent Balfait IHandkerchief i'
and has many friends who wish him sojoHrn sidewalks' built and being ,Manufacturer. By th'sfortunate '
New Oriental Kimonos; a very handsome line at >
SUCPCSS.Thirc built today than ever before in the purchase. we are In a position ii .

vere seventeen defendants t tIU A Warm Winter Retailed.The history of the citv. The Board is! Special Sale of New special prices. I to offer the mot tempting bargains j
tilts matter as fast as possl Handkerchiefs.
Intmunicipal court jesterdayniornin0 oldest inhabitant came into the pushing in pure Linen
without work'n' ? unnecessary" ; '
ble ;
I h(fore Recorder Lane>'. Two, Lewiston (Me) Journal omce the other hardships on the' pf'Ople.Had not the' White Goods.Now Ladies' Hemstitched all lirfen i t'

r, defpndanm were discharged two turn day and remarked that as .an average fever detained us four months there(* Monday Bargains Handkerchiefs made t retail at 1.
I'd ovi i 10 the county authorities. to this was exceedingly:: severe ..Ie :
winter would not be many objectionablewalks : l5c, our special price Ionday. r
"1 S cases were continued) two defen warm said he, : is the time to buy white goods i
and "8pt>aklng of winters in the city at this time. ,For One Hour Only, From ; L
II!! (dante wire given thirty! days eajh. "do yon recall the winter of 1882? In At any rate the Board will proceedas I ani: Bprin? wash goods. You get better \, Ladie extra fine all Linen Handkerchiefs .
One 9 10 o'clock.
was smt up for ten days and one that winter I went to .8'hool] from :. usual and leave the vrdct! with. assortments to select from, and to would be considered I : '
('T tent>- u da\s The total amountof until March with the people and not the .politicians. : I S a bargain; at 20c, special, Monday C
fines assessed was 4800. December "barefoot. A. ZELIUS. j ou,.can get them made up to better. .' 5c and 7c Torchon Laces and Inserting .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..12/2c { .
nothing on but linen pants and a cot- J before the rush season. Our :-. !, special.. .' .. .. .. 3\c ,
J. E. Owns and wife of Cincinnati ton shirt. And it was so hot sometimes Chairman Board of Public Works advantage and.the prices : :9u all Wool Tricot Flannels, to Men's pure Linen Initial Handkerchief '

ire in The city and are registered atile during recess that I took. off my : lines are now complete go for. .. .... .. .. 'Y ....IS'/zC' P.; would be cheap at 20c .* \ \
Southern Mr Owens is railroal:: frhlrt. In tint winter on Christmas day ImbrrllaaVbrn: \oa Ard T..t-. .... ] most 'reasonable, so don't deJa)'. New 10 yards best Standard 5c Calicoes Special Monday... .. .. .. _.15c ,
wlJior of rbe Cincinnati Enquirer and I picked eight t quarts of ripe strawberries "Are you on! to the.new plan for fur- dotted and Jacquard Swiss in a beau litht or dark colors, to go for..39c! I ,
'a* (tn r"lIsacolaith the Cincinnati in a field opposite my father's ni htug.umbrella* when you need them J tiful range of patterns. in the various 21 yard extra Stout Sheeting .Men's all Linen Handkerchiefs a
., ....18c_'
fc-m--s: : men three 318 most?" Inquired the man with H raincoat Domestic for 1 hour for.$1 great bargain at.. .
ears ago. bouse in the town of Turner, and I : qualities, strictly fresh and new. Seethe t ,
*'o h(' citx well that his I over his arm "No \\elL theresa best Sayles Bleachery .
so then re sunstroke. It was 10 yards Handkerchiefs
nearly had a special values we. are showing at Mercerized Cotton
tOr0: nSI'' I is the result. ':Mr. Owens I' very that they forgot regular company. in New York with i Cambric, regular 12VaC quality, Men's. to sell 2 for 25c; llI :> -
1f.1;I so! warm that winter 19c 25c, 39c and SOc. mad
10c, 15c, ,
onh l stay a day but Mrs iu Mftnhattau special-for 1 hour for.. .. ... .95c ".
O\"t'n or two to bold the annual 'state legMater* at l.OOO places and SCO I In : Special Monday 2. for......!.,.19c E
will stay here several. ks. By added our faith- Brooklyn where: you can step In when : 25c Sheer and fine White Persuian ", A broken line of small Men .
I Augusta. gum begins and j! Tweed and Fancy Worsted White Lawn Handkerchiefs _
the rain get an umbrella Men's lOc
J" Blue Ribbon Vanilla and you'11 ful ohonlcler, "I never see no ; all for a dollar. Whets the rain stop Instead I Lawn, .special Suits sizes 33 and 34. formerly to 50 for. .. .. .. .. ..7c .
\ go back to the ordinary extract; nights as we had fer heat I slept of carrying your umbrella around : lOc White. Check JCalnsook, special ... sold for $12.50 and $13.50.; for
7-i \b olutelv. pure and goes twice, winter 'thout no llE'd lothes. and the one hoar Monday, per 'suit $4.90 Men's 8c' White Lawn Handkr-
*- skeeters bit fearful! with you. jouran stop In k'for at any of 6. Full Paper Pins special for this chiefs, to go for.. ... ., .. ..,.5c k.
ud'g..t: .h 'and
their plaes a }t A. handsome Und of new Piques, sale ... .. ..... .-. .-.1
WAIT keep on doing tin for a whole year. Ladies' Se White Lawn. Handkerchiefs !t
FOR IT. ''Mercerized Soisette, Jacquard Mad- $L39BlaCk: Swiss Taffeta Silk for ... .. .. ....3cLadles' .
"v" > for Tben you h vto! put another dollar to go for
Greenblatt's fire sale!! this jap other white one hdur ... ........... ..1. .... 83s
trek W .1' 126 South Tarragona street I.: i: for another year, and so on. ras ,and dozens of new 10 yards Best lOc Zephyr Ginghamnew l : 3c White Lawn Handkerchiefs ,'
will< be put on at sacrifice, "They have their station* in cigar eaves for early: spring wear .at prices .dress styles for hour..69c
i one .
to go 3 for.. .. .. .. .Be
"a'h: for the ad. in this paper. BEGIN stores hotels and other places that ranging.frofci tOe to SOc per, ,)'ard:, : .

keep open late and they're spreading Men's: Ladies' and Children's Win

ERIOUS DAMAGE ON THE DAY them all over so It won't be long untilit All and Comforts at actual ter Underwear; Monday at actual milt We are crowded for room and are

ISLAND OF ST. LUCIA> wont be necessary for anybody mill cost.Blankets cost. I forced to close out winter stock. S'
with steal ,an umbrella except; a regularthief ,
"rasai, lslandSt.Lueia, Feb. 17.titYin4 :-.' .. In this way it la not only a I

: !: the earlier earthquakes '.01! great conwntence, but It is a great '

t'r 1 : moral engine aa well
afternoon, another shod Grape-Nuts
its fet! "What kind of an umbrella do youget Co
at 5:43 p. m. yesterday and 'T H. Lannon &
:;1 detonations and shocks contin for your dollar Oh. a* good as I

I uutii that make you ca.n.cet anywhere for the money, .
J three o'clock this morning You get the elemenUr
'* and you can keep It If you want to,,
td Inhabitants are much disturbed I strong.body and brain. but you have to take It back In as good r

/" business i is suspended Mans r ."THERE'S REASON." shape as :you got It or you don get

,..*,** an.i )houses have sustain serl year check for It,"_New York rr_ .. ,_.. -.. .. ... .
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(f would probably'aggregate, a larger i :clal. ,Drjce) ndjjcements and bargain .
I revenue via 'gbvernment' 'than is 'new h& womdjhfve:to stop 'advsrtling ,

VJ1Je; Jtna la! ]f hntfna1WI i I I i der received system from, the 'present money or- -it. wouldn't.' par Wm-. rj4711,0 -

This system would, aside from beIng fCSt r -news' comes nearer home istheTown Killer?

llE a cheap and convenient means- cf to us than mbs$ other kinds of news-

Daily Weekly. Sunday. foreshadows ia :; manner. what we .
sending through the result a< '
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tll ; # PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY, in the cancellation and retirementof shall wear presently, and eat;; and -' -

r I all of the dirty paper currency what new thins will soon be found in

-n- whIch now circulates and the 1 issuanceof the house. ? .
Is It You .
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. bright new bills in its place. To people ""who live In the world : .

Th general public wants .the Post .
the practice ads. and shopPing '
of reading
JBAKr L. MATES, Puuoxvr An ,QXBXXAX i.wioiz.iI Check system and'it will feel gratified _
afterwards is the simplest pru- h.
it the attempt to expel Senator Platt '

from the senate shall prove success dence. If you' are the fellow whcTsends all of 'his printing, or the

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I ful. > ; Thrift_ is not the only motive of cream of it, out of town; then you most certainly belong to

the advertisement.reader-for there i is that. class. This applies to any' 'line as well. Just sup.

SUBSCRIPTION! RATES. I Facts AboutAdvertising. useful knowled a to be gotten from pose that every: business man ,had his printing done? or purchased -

. gis; One y................." 00 [jff... One Month.......... 45 the ads., and 'glimpses of personal '-everything he needed .outside of the. city, what kind

rt Six: Month .......... ,Z 50 A I One Week........... 10 I ties and ideals: -a general broadeningof of would have?
41r Three Mootha........ 1 35:4 Weekly Edition year.Jl 00 If you have never :been? a careful, -outlook. a city you ,

: np rs on Sale at all News Stania reader of ads. to form the habit'now ,-

is equivalent to'a small increase. of Prudent people. are coming, mor
salary. and more, to confine their purchases Don't Send Your WorkOut '
WHICH A DETAILED to ?things-and this Is possible : ,<

CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED.. Whether weather Is pleasant "out. most of the'time, and profitable ,:<' i ..:', ;fyJ
: side" makes little difference to the always. .

riii OfflcM! -XOS and 110 But Oorernmeat Street miner. And the day's bargains and of Town .. -

I TELEPH." No. 38. buying chances make little difference Advertising space is costly and< j f .

to those who do not read the .a48. the merchant whose message to you I .. !.

I1t! is important enough to fill a lot of It '
.PENSACOLA. FU>RlD.SU'WA, Y MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1906 Something saved, ()n six purchasesout has earned. your consideration.In Out-of-town printers'do not help you to 'live-4n other words,

of ten-that is possible to the ad. they do not spend ffye cents with you or irrany way help
'H4E:>>- lJ" vaHH down, to the simple question "wha reading householder; enou'gh saved the ads. today there are prob.ably =. ,

.*.. WHERE THE JOURNAL: 115it has Jerome done?"-099 people out perhaps, to purchase the "something several offers of the article which your town. ; ." '

CANBEFOUND. of every thousand resolve the answer else" so much wanted. heads your shopping list-and of

into just one .word-"Nothing." every article on the list, making you '
IIThe Peaearola Journal la on oJIf This of itself would not in every The merchant pays you for your task simple. The Local Printer Spends -

cale at the following places In ." case nor in fact in many cases, be time when you read his ad. He is under ', .
itthe city: ..
4- ,lit Bay Hotel conclusive evidence .that the verdict every'obJigation to see that your' "Shoppers' headache' Is prevents

5, Coe's Book Store oi$ which these 999 people rendered is a time Is not,wasted. Unless,., in effect by readins 'the ads. before you. go
: .. Depot News Stand Just one, but for a man* who 'has occupied -I he could always do this through spe. shopping. Money With You '

Gem Book Store. ,.. as much of the. public atten _
Hotel %-., .. ,
Escambla. i.
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'- ... Merchants HoteJSouthern -. Lion as Jerome has fo .'.,, the past : : ,
twelve months the chances in $ -Y: H H1i 7J.mHi
Hotel.Thompson's : : are m' :It and he has interest 'in'theupbuilding of the city and the
t ,- Book Stored favor of I its correctness.'jSid w c Walker's Book Store. 'e. selves believe it. is about-what he is i i: Pupil of Prof. Allen, i success'of her commercial enterprises. On several-occasions

# : justly entitled to. we have been the lowest bidders on printing which,had here-

.i$ H :As one ''by one the daisiesfall, sosingly LI Over Fifty Years Ago i tofore been sent out of the'city. thereby saving the purchaseron

; and in pairs our popular Idols cost, freight drayage postage, etc., besides giving him an
Change Course of are shattered ana!> all that is left for H$ H 1- #-s a$.z %#*i $
t ; opportunity ol seeing a proof of his work and leaving' his
us to do is to begin all over again and '
I Palafox Street Car Line. ----- in the city.
build us 'up tOme; new ones. ,For no money .,
4 Editor Pensacola. Journal: then are scattered to many parts 01 ,\
4 Now that money from the hood? 1s- matter how far they fall, or how I read with pleasure in your lastSunday's : the wortd. Some have become notedin

rue will isoon be ,available for street fast, we have tohav.e, 'them various paths 'of life; some have '
issue a biographical sketch
paring purposes and the long .looked i gone on that "long journey" from Our January Business ,
and; gazed the familiar featuresof : -
;q for street improvements be commenced The Post Check Currency I upon which! TU> traveler ever returns. :; ..
my old friend, and schoolmaster, I. "Whilst I, (now"an aged and confirmed ': :: :'
there Is feature of
one considerable System .E. .ARen. I must sayI Ilka yourpolicy cripple) am shelved and forgotten b!
iT Importance in this connection In giving a man his just meed I many; waiting :only waiting to see '
"which will fcave to he taken upend The petition asking for the expulsion of praise while he is alive, and can what the future' has yet to disclose< : Was PhenomenaL .

t settled before the street paving of Senator Thos. C. Platt, which appreciate it, and not withhold! it until and my Master's 'command to "lay; ,

;It t- ,(s laid if it is settled at all, was laid !before the senate last Monday after he is dead. One glance at that down the shovel and' the hoe." ..- ;. -
aged countenance memory rushes Looking backward' through ]life ,
to the committee
and on
1 $ We refer
to the ? :
fl:: ; wiously mentioned in proposition The JbuYnal'pxe, to privileges' and elections, will bring .back My to father t'h&'days.of removed"Auld from lang this syne.very" when very I few say that wiil our contradict school-boydaY me$ During Januarywe turned out a great deal of work and our

JChange the course of the Palafox. Into 'prominence the efforts now town of Bagdad, to Milton in; the year are the only really happy ones. We volume was above our.expectations.? We pleased all of our

J JEtrset'car tracks 'between Garden ,and pending to secure what is known as of'1854 and two yeara later I .a boy are then free from care and responsi. ) patrons, but we want more business, and are preparing for it, as
iWrjght" streets, from the plot in the the Post Cheek' system for sending or: slx; together with JJJ.Y sisters, who I bility. which can not bs said of any "
C ?
: were J, were attending a other-subssquenttj,period.
through the mails.
;-t enter of the thoroughfare to the money school taught by" Mr. Allen. How One reason.of 'Mr.yAllen's success '

; J4 aides of the street where they should' The petition asking for the expulsion well "60' I recall every room in that as a teacher it.this: he never spares We? Are Installing .. .

., t have been laid in the first place. of Senator Platt alleges that old house. And all' the nearby l land praise"when it .is- due And he has : .
Wben Palafox' street laid Platt should be 'deprived of hU seat scape. It. seems to me as if I could the happy faculty of making one of .
wa outs ,
i:because presIdent of the United point out the very spot where each his pupils. feel that the "President," '
( it now exists, it was evidently the I I shade tree stood and a few other-men; of note might :
.? Intention have all tramc travel States Express Company he is a 'offi- A half a hundred ? In- New ; >
and ] years. ago have ,been as smart as ,he. but no Machinery o ,
!cerA)f a combination or trust consisting credible! It to : : c
take their course along the respective: : seems me 'twas last smarter. And.'U1.e.n. at our games :Mr. :
t of a1} the principal com year. I, wa in Milton day last Allen .* ,
Bides of th.e street, eno: the center to, express $ one was ever "one of the boys. '
be reserved panies of'the country who cooperateto week and there I met two or three old None could ever play marbles better
: as a park and a place of rates and thus restrict gray-beards, notably Joe Amos, Kim than he. Of at ..town-ball, it he took the
keep Trust
up to meet ,
increasing.dernand printing.
good us
rest, recreation, and pleasure. This I I WhitmireBud..Jernigan and others no active :part he'never failed to umpire
.1.. jvlew of it Is sustained by the fact and hinder! trade and commerce, in who were iplaynjates at J3iat very 'the game,"'and."'au 'Were well with your work and,;YQ will'.not regret it. Our phone numberis
that driveways were laid out and violation of the Sherman anti-trust school. And I can recall others, to- pleased to have him settle olsput- ?
graded ; I any 181 our street number 24 'West 'Government street and
law. The is wit l&se Hinot Jack Old ,,
4 on each side of this center plot petition_ supported byI : .. Adams, ed point Kb wonder we loved him
t and the latter would probably 'I I affidavits to the effect that Mr. Platt uncle Jim Cobb, (as he Is nowcalled) then and reverence him now. whether you are a resident or- not your work will be given
never and; !! his brother Hugh, Frank Harrison the ,
Wishing grand old
I man
in interview our
the of an announced
; have been used for other I course:
any purpose I, who of '
l I and are yet on this side live to see big!latest grand-child<< trip -
;, than that originally intended had it that he 'would fight the Post the, "Great Divide:. Heigh-ho tis the light fantastic toe to the sound of C... ,

h F not been that the street car company Check1 bill because'Post<< Checks would enough to make one feel ancient justto his merry fiddle, I subscribe myself, .

appropriated It to its own use when .tend to l lessen hla express company's remember those tWngs. Alas! yours truly '
rime and tide waits for none of us. D. w. WHITWORTH .
Che first car track was laid. money order business, and that he Many who attended Mr. U n'g school ;
Bagdad, Fla., Feb. 1906.
.1 As: th# situation now exists the,would oppose any,other measure that Mayes Printing Co.

Vtreet,car company has franchise seemed against the interest of the I ,

permitting it to use that portion of the I express companies,..as "what affected :-:+:+)":+:"':+:+')+("' "' :+:".:+:"':"' :"' :" ":; .}\.B'..:"':"':"' .. .

treat and can and probably will continue one affected: alL" .

to use it if some inducement is. Knowing him as. it has come to I: Said of Pensacola "
not held out toy tie city to secure tho, taow him during the past year or .
tt ft desired change. Whatever ,, public surprised
: ) | and Pensacolians President. V.-Pfeafi'f Manager. Sec and Trea.
that Senator Platt should
Inducement may be necessary, the i oppose any- i
rlty should make for Car I'jthin-g which might prove detrimental -
: the tracks, +:+:04.:+:..g.g. .:i:..:"' : "' :"' :+:"' :+:"':+:+:+:+ .+:..
[ interests which
to hire
F tt changed at all, will have to beChanged I the special

.4- Commenced.before the street paving is.him and 'it to represent only remains them 'to In the be senate seen, An Epicurean Delicacy' Florida ;is on the highway of I prosperity '__________. : ..-- ....

( Pensacola announces fish sausageas and the Vapidity with which it other sections of the
of their owns western -cityand
whether not those special interests Writing journal
With this center portion reserved or the latest epicurean delicacy The is progressing is"astonishing Its 8. fora CAKEand
neighboring excellent} exercise in composition -I I state Do,it noar Is the thing.-Jack
i- ..nd improved as a public park containing can contrQl a majority ot that body. contents arebeing kept a scret in this. states.-Fort Pierce News. i an seeing their writings in print SOnvil1e.tetropo1is.}

trees, flowers, fountains, seats i The. Post Check currency system is as well as the othsr kind.-Tampa fa calculated, and to give the pupils ideas *'

walks and other accessories of such inteuoiad, provide .a means if sending Herald. A Sweet Smelling Morsel they might ''never gain elsewhere.ackeonvllle .-I! All Treated' Alike.
; : the mails Pensacola la'to have a 1i h sausage" ; ,Th.9 Pensacola officer area not ex
places that part of Palafor street money: through which Times-Union.
Doing'Valiant Work. factory in the near future. We CHICKEN SALAD
.* empt from attest''for"dhorderly conduct
can,,bo made wIth, little is simple, safe, and convenent and S
; expense one Hon. J. Ed. O'Brien, o'f Pensacola Is imagine such preparation will b$ a by policemen, as was demonstrated -
,*>f the most beautiful streets in the which is cheaper, than a bank draft oran doing valiant work In Washington for sweet smelling morseI.-Blountstown Fun Pensaoda and Frolic is Will making Reign. elaborate there Saturday last. That is .the

"p-orld. This part of the town is one I express order the pilots of the countryIt-is.his custom Democrat. ; preparations Tor her coming Mardi ,. kind of law* that'should prevail everywhere SALESaturday
: mhlch will first attract the eye of a It is proposed by this system to reprint to have "piloted" to destructionall Oral festivities. Fun and frolic will -all treated alike.-Jackson.
bills unfavorable to their interest. Gypsy Band Routed.
k all $1.00, $2.00 and $5.00 Treasury reign in that city on the ville Metropolis.-.
MaKer and with the change and improvement -Pal atka Times-Herald. The band of. gypsies camped at supreme .: .
and the people of the 24
great'occasion Feb.
notes coin silver certificatesnow
which : or Pensacola
we have suggested have been routed, with the water Reports not' Complete. ,
state should -visit the deep ,
; V It will leave a favorable and lasting! in circulation and have the facesof That Fish Sausage Plant. warning .never to return there again. city and have a real good time.once., Accordingly to a recent story 40
: Impression on everyone who sees It I the new bills 'provided with blank Fish sausage will soon' be a Pensa- What good on earth such people are Tampa Herald. years ago a citizen of Pensacola.lost''i1t at
The Journal hopes that the lines, on which to write the name and cola product. as plant will soon be Is hard to conceive. They are more S silver watch in thp gulf. Recently a
city I manufacture of a nuisance than anything else,- Rbsenau & Gereldsby
that va.
(council will take this matter .atone address of the person or firm to whom installed for such in A Sensible Move. captured'shark opened at Pensa
up city. The process is a secret but the .Jacksonville Metropolis. Marzonl the Pensacola oav- cola and!* tie watch was found in theshark's
t Young ,'
*. Tbe people that the.remittance. is sent.. *
want part off
the food is stomach. fail
I promoters claim that a 11:| cadet who.. was\ recently: dismissed *,Reports to sayi
the street, the street car company This would be the ordinary moneyof I delicacy and will rapidly find public Hon. 'TJ A. Jennings. from. Annapolis for' hazing diob't. go i; the watch was' .still running.. -Apalachicola -
(does not need it, and the change the day. Then when one wishes i fa.vor.-St. AuguS tln, .:.:Meteor. Rumor has Jt that Ron T. A.-Jan- back home and waste any time posing Times Daughters of the Confederacy.The .

"i Should] be made. to send money by mail, say J2.00, hie I SI. S t flings, one of'the brainy and wealthy as a martyr or swaggering as a hero.
takes such a bill from his pocketbook, I During Mardi Gras.' citizens of Pensacola, will be a can ''He started in to get a job and he got proceeds, will go to the Soldier; ?
didate for
gubernatorial honors two sattIt.L prrl
I The mayor of Pensacola promises to good one in New York City in p.ispung.o1nwJaaeIaq OB
Another Popular Idol writes on its face the name of the allow the young people enjoy themselves -years hence. From all indications the'egiploy of a' big steel construction I"p.zva3Jq 8JP; LInSelnul Home in Jacksonville

person of firm to whom it is to go, and annoy others with confetti 1908 campaign will equal In Interest company.-Live Oak Democrat V p51f, !q qt I, 'OwoL"Ia : --=-"
t- Has Fallen. the city: and state, and' affixes a two- during the Mardi Gras festivities. and excitement that of 1904.-Palatka- S 'aLmn! v ](n p.I alXtala= I
Times '
As the scales fall from their eyes, it 'cent stamp in a square indicated' Jacksonville Metropolis.., !' Herald. Generally Make Good. lJaqnvp 81q Co-t-trell.
bl'ginn'lng'to S'sAsk The Pensacola Carnival Association bum o;JnjoJ;? ss. 'j mrq-pfO) j q
-gradually dawn on the (one- ant stamp for fractional bills) 'p S FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
H. H. lbmises the best Mardi Gras cele- puni su-a xojoo \"
Rogers. pjo jnq K-moi
{American people that the idol they cancelling the stamp with his initials in > Beginning to Simmer. braUon before in Pensacola. Penaaeola, Fla.
The 'Pensacola Journal, a ht&.Q'> ever sean <>..HUtyMtg VIM ea, ..-
ttave built up in the person of, District and date, and signs his''name on back. line asks "What are we coming to?"' Kon. J. W. Kehoe will be a candi- "hose Pensacola fellows generally -

Attorney Jerome of Xsw York Is, The bill. which previously was negotiable The Herald gives huts and refers The dat for Congrcsto. succeed Mr crake good: all they say eo we may '.
after all, modelled from nothing 'but J is Instantly transformed Journal to Rog rs.. Hft evidently Lamar in the Third District While 'sure look,10r a good turn out-'MiltonIndex. .1IitaztuIs aomm g-2oPllnq' [ Nick's Buffet and
money H Jno aooD tpirgQ misj OMXCM 'nospuq
early it 1 is noticeable that .
of which knows many things; for he wont tell yet : the political >> <
the clay they themselves
sania into a personal check on: the' u'. S. anything.-,Tampa. Herald. pot is beginning to simmer in *' .' .a. cJaU.L 'UOd8'U

are a part government for J2.00 as safe for .* 5.5 other 'parts ot the State.-Leeaourg. PensacoJ.Dairies. I -. LsnopustJ"'H! LlJanlJ Restaurant
It appears from all that can be transmission as bank check: This CommerciaL '.map
any New Union Depot. Pensacola is trying to move her -
{gathered that District Attorney 1 i& enclosed Jn a letter to''.the person Pensacola is to havea new uaion 'Ofcjrtes outside the corporation line, ,o OAtS jo* I a -tJi>>.L uos2sij. U the, only place of.!::

Jerome is not the bold aggressive, 6r firm desired and can 1x9 collected depot..and we, are.living, in hopes that: Beginning to Simmer: and the ,dairy people dont like it a .eenoqtLtsj ;*p,)1J ;noPtml kind in Pensacolft 1:1
Impartial champion right and enemy bY the receiver upon 'Indentiflcatlonat OUT' various railroad: 9Q>panics will Hon. J. W..Kehoe, will be candidatefor lUte bit. Milk has gone up twenty 1 112 .J3Aa'.1a4. P'la' 1.u.U .l.danH It is
before a great M:hllo be sufficiently Congress to-succeed Mr. Lamar ceitti,4 gallon. Those dairy peledoii't.'waist ..s: !B .....
c?: error which newspaper' stage paint the post-office nan ed. the Third District, While early .yot it
proud of Live Oak and realize her deserts to get too far from ,the ;:, Pride
and the glamor of official! foot lights The tiresome and tlme consumingtrip strongly enough to bulItraTiew is noticeable that the political pot is "uppty.-1Ulton Index. ..' '. .1R2Suol2aI A to'

have made him appear. to the postoffice -to :secure a one here.-Live Oak: Democrat.. beginning to simmer in other portions .5 555 -qn.M.-! aTJAOP ITO Pro dm ldoad aaaQJ
of the state -Lee&burg Commercial ;
For with all that has been said 'money order is avoided and"a convenient S S*!: Clean Up Now. naipipp am 1 a ptirB 51, &oq apj oaeiTjq Pensacola.Largef.

About his great deeds with all that he safe and instantly; available. The Four Leaders. -'rbe-I'ens300la Journal very properly HOT. :agvd m jo jf updap
Jacksonville Tampa Pen :acola and The High School Echo.Wednest.hy's regard to that city that if itt nt'
himself has sato! and threatened from 'or.safe 'money is supplied! ..with Miami are destined-to become four of : issue'of the Pl'nu.CQla says going in to.be in proper sanitary con- tUPDO.A1JU9. ( /tun*; /aj joioj( v '(oltO cities ( Ple'

fwith an inexhaustible supply of evil which the public can transact: :,,:mall th* finest cities ,.in .the ebuth. Each.! Journal gave a part of its. second pageto dItoi Joy the advent of warm weather, _I? "o.Jq t :_ )'fa nw at boast of The a better ienric MU I I. *.*'
t on every hand from which, to choose business 'which now aggregates in will be dep water ,harbors with The High School Echo edited Ijy snIDe 'extensive ''cteaninff'up will haveo "; It 'Joqq au be badNick .
'Victims for his prowess-with all email sums upwan& x>f two.ibillion. : ocean traffic and'h&. developments, pupils of the Fensacola High S1J1: ooL' ;o done: and that this is imperative ,et.11 pa(8W:( ,-:"I'.tWp. l1orJJo peuvela best that can
I have been almost, startling: in the It bore the ate: of;the previous .Sun: "nd'the- time to do it is now Delay ccs eqr. an'Q ,no.1:. p, "ItA\..
II these: t things when It i Is simmered ,dollars a J'1f81"e'The small feV-charged past few years. Tbe':' nota? state, of' day and the folio.number VoL l.,. JTa t ni this, 're pct is dangerous! to our; I1flf.P-o: .: i Apostle? Propt'

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are an indication of the kind of person you : .

are; therefore. should ,
you be particular ,

to their style quality and workmanship as, (Continued from First Page)' (Continued from First Page) J I "The Quality Store" I

because these are, the points that count in i moot. was born in 1869 and enjoyed ato at the palace of the Luxembourg .

your clothes., !al! the advantages that accrue to f'to the palace of thei Elysee the Paris-i

Should your home tailor be :those who fall heir to tares ,generations Jan, home of the chief of the
able to satisfy i of wealth and also of higher places him at once in an statl'j '
vou on these,points give him the i education and culture. He environment.The Sale
order and was edu ferent" << Begins. MONDAY FEB. 19 8:30
demonstrate the fact that ,cated at Harvard graduating from the palace of the "Elysee cannot' : Sharp
you are
a patriotic 'classical
course in 1890. He Entered but 1:1Duenoo'the Ideas of its occupant ,
citizen. .
the Cincinnati Law school the same with its remarkable record of _
We are building clothes for year but finished his legal training at t! royal and Imperial predecessors and I
men and Harvard.
Two years were spent in attending .;.its 'really' regal embellishment and

women right here in Pensacola, and we are to his father's'e ate. and furnishing. Besides the Elysee.however I' Novelty Dress Goods !

building them just as they should be builtin then father he followed the example of his the n-ew President has thchoice
embarked in politics. .
of three national palaces
every Mr. Longworth enjoyed the confidence wherein to male, his countryhome. Sensational
will appreciate your order'and extend of, a strong political leader These are Rambouillet, favored Monday Only.
George B. Cox, and from him .
to you a cordial invitation to call and see i the nomination for a seat in the received lower choice by of Loubet Faure;, and Fontainebleau Complegne.! the occupied Twelve ,Pieces High-Grade Imported Novelties in All Wool Plain and Silk

the most elegant line of house of the Ohio legislators in 1897. '
suitings ever shown bv the RussIan' emperor and Warp Nub Voiles.Formerly
Mr. Cox .
was whipped that fall and
in this city. empress during their historic, visit to
Longworth went down to defeat France, toe result of which was the
with the rest of the ticket. He was final arrangement of the-Franco-Rus! 85c, $S1.OO $1.25 and: $1.75 the yard.

REESE-MENDEL TAILORING CO. I more one successful of the few two candidates,years' : later on the being sian M. alliance.Fallieres may possibly -1 'Q cents m m ACk cents m m 49 cents !\

ticket who carried the continues, r mv
II county. from the usual custom and yard. m yard. m m yard. '

to reside in his little country house at
11 N.
Palafox. Mr. Longworth's
Phone service in the
675, during the first term was leg'blature not IxMipillon, in the department cf ths Colors: Pearl.Gray, Launder, Navj Blue Receda, Alice Blue Tan and WHIte. .
Lot-et-Garonne surrounded by his be-
eminently .
-. I II? preferred satisfactory the pleasures to the of society leauer. loved, vines. SEE THEM IN OUR BIG NORTH WINDOW \ \

but to the he hard was returned grind of to legislative Columbus labors as a Much curiosity President's is Simple excited Life.as to And if 'yen wish to'share In t the Biggest Dress Goods Bargain ever offered Pensacola Shoppers, Be Here Promptly af 8:30: I ]

i INDENTS I member the state senate whether :M. ;.Fallieres will be able as i if
CHARGED WITH Nominated for Congress president to continue to lead the same I f

During his term as senator Mr. simple manner of life as that to which I

Longworth for congress received Mr.his, Cox first was nomination then- he has has declared hitherto his been'intention accustomed.of doing He so Smyrna Rugs Smyrna RugslSmyrna:!! Rugs !!!!!!

HILLTOMEET. at the height of his power, and tho as far as state duties will permit ana I'

STEALING G PAIROFPANTS candidate was ,easily elected. There during the month's.interval that baselapsed Extra Special Offering Monday, Only.
between his election and big
even less' trouble In obtaining re-
election. installation at the< Elysee nothing has $1.75 Size $1.75 Size $1.75 Size

LJk. his progenitors, Nicholas Long- been changed. ''Every morning without I 30x60 I 30x60 3Ox6O

T worth III. made a hobby of one of the exception no matter what tine
finer arts. He is an expert performer weather he has quitted the Luxembourg ,9 In Our Big Show Window you can View this Extraordinary offering of

ou the violin and has gratified his after a slight breakfast at about
:tastes"with the finest Stradivarim instruments eight o'clock'and started off on a walk
"Best Wool
I in .existence. 'Added to'his of six or seven miles through the Fifty Pierson's Celebrated Quality11 Smyrna Rugs. :

attainments ai a musician is a rare streets of the city. This has been '

And l Will Protest Against Use of i Sam Butler Colored Alleged' to ability as an entertainer that has won his daily practice for years and fora If you are a Judge of Quality no further argument will be ,necessary, Their

I him many friends, among those with man of sixty years he proceedsat Actual value is $2.50 from Ocean, to Ocean.
Certain Material on North Have Stolen Goods from whom he comes in contact. He is a a remarkably ,brisk pace. The detectives -
j jt t tF quick-witted and graceful s-peaker. ,charged with hs: personalsecurity

Palafox Street. E. Brawner. Rookwood, which will b3 the future since January 16, have sometimes Be Here Promptly at 8:30: O'clock if You Want One.
home of the young: couple, !Is an old been, put to it to keep up with

..'. mansion of Colonial style located ,on aim,walking as they do at a respectful Remember there are but Fifty.

A mating of prominent citizens reSiding Sam Butler, a negro boy just reach grounds'one hundred, acres In extent. : .,distance In the ,rear. Each day

nn North Hill will be held: Mon- ing his majority is la the custody of The residence faces Grandin road he, makes,a slight\ change In his route,
day afternoon at 5 o'clock, when matters the East Walnut hills. It was built by but
county officials upon the charge of generally arranges so that shall
appertaining to the improvement having stolen a pair ,of pants trom Joseph Longworth and is" crowded pass along the grand boulevards. It.
rf Palafox street will be considered with Yours for Quality
:! art treasures is somewhat ,
the store of F. E. Brawner. remarkable that he is
The alleged
There has been considerable talk The grounds of Rookwood consistof rarely recognized.
theft. occurred 'Returning to his
yesterday and it
recently of tho residents and property was ouly a few hours rolling meadowland and groves of residence M. Fallieres devotes hkn-
owners aiong that thoroughfare, especially the negro was-In the afterwards that native forest trees. The groves are self to his voluminous correspondence W. J. & B. FORBES.l\
custody of Deputy
: north of the monument, contributing criss-crossed by tanbark walks and
Sanders and prepared for him by his two t
lodged: in Jail.
towards the Improvement hard gravel drives. Rustic ,bridges :
I It was stated that Butler Luncheon at midday is I
of: this street which, for a number had 'visit- :span ravines of the open fl3ld .
rd the store several times a very simple; but plenteous meal. An'
during th
of months has been in a deplorable Gl'eenhous-s. stables and kennels contribute hour's,
perusal the follows
and : newspapers
day lad priced
numerous articles
,'ondiuon : to the comforts and pleasuresof
The call for the meeting has benSBti"d but had made no 'purchases, always the occupants of Rookwpod.' *. succeeded b\' receptions and

by one of the prominent citi- claiming that the articles did not suit The place is a part of the cow pasture visits lasting till dinner at which a << : K Z :f :
him. few intimate political and literary *# !*i ira* *iMe enb of tbe city, and it is expected'bat tho first Nicholas bought from friends I I '
all those residing north of the Yesterday afternoon; however he ,;J udg.. Burnet more than three-Quan- Falljeres: .area1'aY8 likes present for M. I MOLINO -liii Tribute to he Memory .
fiocietj and his
'.*<' square will be in attendance. returned to the store and soing to ters of a century o. On it is a guests :I .
are regaled with wines from "
One of the matters to Salesman Glackmeyer presented a small one and a half story frame *
meeting; will bo to come discuss beforethe and pair of trousers to him, suing that house that the founaer: built for: himself his own vineyards; He does not follow of' Capt. Chas. J. Connor "
his; \
5 protest: !' against the present work being lie desired them exchanged as they ] before he had acquired great renounced repasts cigar, for he has 'Special' to The Journal.
I were too large. The salesman had wealth It is preserved as it was smoking. The latter part ,
none' l>\' the tit}. It is claimed that the of the evening: ,is spent In attending;:! Molino, Feb. 17.We have been es- :lH i i 3 i ifi.jm#*##*" -'ifl H .'I! ':
fence in front
4ros\ ; from the GoulUng Fertilizer seen negro In the store a numberof then. The rustic en to I periencing'some real cold weather, .
times and,had also waited him closes beds of marigolds and asters, private correspondence until the ,- w
Wort is being used in repairing the upon hour for retirement bift it la pleasant now and the farmers
and knew he had made'no purchases.As and in the vegetable garden in the which is the com make Jno. R. Tompkins, of MoIjUe. in his '
*tr*!>.ts. and that }Jt kills vegetation In paratively early eleven.M are busy getting' ready to Editor Peneacola Journal:
one of
all yards and gardens, soon as ha examined the trous- rear flourishes veteran stalk* of their of corn and cotton. tidings of ode to death '
the dust from : Falheres'has. no particular hobby : crops: I note with pathos the : :
hoarhound and other medicinal -
ers and saw that they from the thyme, ,
1 settling the came Mrs Charlie Jacobi's mother!! MrsDevoir d
upon flowers plants etc he herbs. but exhibits the greatest interestin the death and burial of Capt, Chas 0 death thou hast no eyes to see,
Protests have stock called for an officer and held : lady friend. Miss
been entered, it Is stat. and young "
the until anything brought to his, notice. Itsis : J. O'Connor. No ears to hear no tongue to artJcu"late.
rti but no attention has been paid to negro Deputy Sanders ar- not deeply interested Pauline fla.nd.-of Greenville, Ohio are ,U
J in kindof
them and row the residents propose rived. any herd visiting the Jacob family. Taking e. retrospective glance overa .
sport except perhaps shooting \ '
io take steps to protect their property. r : game ::\Ir. Charlie Jacobi! and wife, Mrs. period of four decades brings vivid- Nor heart to feel nor understand.. '
SAGE!: LEAVES!: at which, he Is reputed even a .
Mere Gold In the Sea. I' greater,expert thanj,,his'predecessor. Davor, Miss Clara Jacobi and Miss ly to mind my first meeting 'with himn Yea. thou hath no form nor entity;

Foot In It The subject of gold in sea water and Madame Fallieres has earned a reputation Pauline Hand visited Pensacola Sat- June, 1865, on the"-waters:of Mobile Thou are nothing. Death, but. an lucid
I' out the bay touching
urcay and went on
Mr Brakes Who is that lookIng
sour I '
the possibility of profitably extractingit 'for being the -1 ,
dame personificationof all points of interest and enjoyed bay opposite the village, where h; dent
over Is a fascinating one professor !In Special to The Journal. amiability and tact, and promisesto ''much.I I The finis o; human lives. '
Mr I the day very lived, just above Daphne,.,on the east- poor
Gubbins-Sir she has the mis-
fortune to be the University' of Brussels M. P. de Brent,' Feb. .-We had aUght, home.make She an ideal hostess in her new I Miss Tait went to Atmore Ala., Saturday ern shore of the bay. Then 'in his{But the breathing out of the last,
wife. has
my Wilde has taken up, the subject and seasonable rain on Tuesday night, a charming daughter and Sunday.
"Oh-ah.-.er-.Indeed, sir, the miefor- proposes a new method of getting out I Just right for the gardens. w.ednea- and a son who has, already made his I i Mr. L. C. Crabtree. Mrs. Willard prime hid cheery voice and cordial i breath

tono t ls-r-all yours, I'm sure"- the precious,metal. Sea ;water Is treated I day was mild and spring like, but mark as a barrister. :Crabtree and Mrs. Grimlar and :Mr. hand were the first to greet me, and Which started tha feeble pulses of In- .

Cleveland Leader. with a strong add solution of chloride I Thursday the north wind drove' the :Charlie Bs.rrfnca.u'and his two nieces lavish upon me his genial hospitality.His fancy. '

of tin at. the rate of five cubic I mercury down rapidly, giving us an- : : Misses Bessie Hannah and Neta Bar- rapid queries to my ready replies Then why should man destinedTo 1
Called III. Bluff. centimeters (abootoos-third cubic Inch) other frost on FrLay; morning' THE GIRL AND THE BEE.A rineau went to Atmore, Ala., to spend die as to be born hold thee la
: brine be
Tre I Now is the time to plant Irish potatoes and Mrs, J.4 Tait his eyes shedding the as
trot a good substitute! for givingnp to the ton. The gold forma ,with the tin i the day with Mr. awe?
my seat In a car," said Jones.' "In- purple of case and English: peas The rabbits Story of the Ignorance of a City and attend the 14th anniversay of learned; of my "birthplace his remarkas I will be a* Insensible when they whisper -
the compound
stead of that I'm going to ask the ladyto and when-tnowpaa limewater i 11 added I frequently devour the p*as. 'Their Girl. 'theIr' only daughter Miss Ruth Tait. he embraced me: Ah, boy. bloodis '
Hit on my lap" sins : faorimidwintT diet appears to be The city girl coming down to breakfast A fins turkey 'dJnD 1' was one of the thicker than uater" O'er my silent form "he's dead" .
"Dont- tried this is fixed on the ,flaky,precipitate' of I tarrot greens. ,When canteloupes get at th! farm house and observing I features''of the day to which all presnt tear-dimmed As when I entered life with a wail
cried as memory
Brown. that
"I My
magnesium hydrate, ,which falls to the up, they- are sure to give .them ,a severe a plate of honey' on the table said, ? od' ,Justice Miss Ruth was the eyes arc And those about me then whispered, .
Free cnee.Press and, she took me up!"*-Detroit bottom. From' this] the gold .is net tree I pruning-for a change "Oh' ; I see you keep a be,,'" I recipient of come nice and useful the subtle and maneleus faculty -t "the child Is burn.- '+

by the addition"' of potassium cyanideand : The old Ferry-Pass road which has ,That's about the way some people presents in a flash annihilates time and O, weeping child, what power upheld 2
can then be recovered by the usual :bean lost in th,5 black jack for many talk about the blight of baldness- [ Mr Lawrence filled'Iils regular appointment space, and with lightning,like' rapidity !- to thee .

On* Plae."fell well known methods,-* Professor de I;years Is being restored by clearingout ) Just as- if a bald head was something here Sunday afternoon., spreads before ran in panoramic The mirror that drew thoaa bitter
Hid the first physician, "what Wilde considers.that puce .of the goldin : as nearly over the' original route one pot aH at once Instead of being I Miss Genia Hams; of Chumuckla.Fla ; tears?

hall" that nppat1'nt of yours got' ?" sea water is thrown,down to,the bot- :as the survivors of the past 'genera; the result of 'long ""depletion 'by an insidious -I I I,, visiting her sisters, blips Pen- vistas the scenes cf bygone years' andI 'I Twas asked. 0 death, where Is they
1 don't know. replied the other. be :lion can recall. germ which thriven upon the ton and ,Mrs" P'ton_ and :Miss Nellie recall with emotion and gratitude sting? '
Whether the gold can profitably -
"'l>ut I'm trying to turn It Into typhoid tom. 'the above method does I The mile posts harotted roots of tho hair and sntcombs to only I I Harris the many acts ot kindness, and the And. answered "it is- sin" and s, 3

tl't'pr. I'm great on that"-Denver extracted by : but the distance can never awa-I'i.I 'I o'ne ,known remedy Newbro's Hrpi. Mrs G.: Britton, of Parker, Fla, is fatherly solicitori and advice he By Divine words proclaimed"I
not yet appear. London Globe. I showed for and' b towed on'me, thena
Xe1t't. :- ,hilated until the sand bed tide: to i visitor in our neighborhood, the
inated bj the application of clay cr Newbro's Herpicide is not a tonic't guest 'Of her siste-r Mrs. W. C. Bar boy of 14-a ,stranger and an,alien am the life, and the war

to 07...... Two Rare Book*. I rockine from natures convenient: i f r apj :more than electricity is a fluid rineau and alone. I am truly sorry that I Believe and never die"

Ethel-He Jnst her since The National library of Belgium has stors. The roadway is in fine shap It Is an exterminator, pure and simple I Mr. and Mrs. Ri&den. McDonald are was not present at his demise, and at O, unsubstantial death! r''

they became crazy He over she's Jnst acquired two: old books of great now for a hard finish, which will'euro.Jy .1 "Distroy the cause, you remove th the happy parents of a little girl. | his interment! to bate paid him homo Thou bast no power over the living

.n ang"l. engaged. says rarity. The curator'had !long been
Elsie-Well to procure a copy of the first with sections of the worst t'F r sale by W. A. DAlentberte, visiting 3lrs. McDonald of this place. I I ageMy first impulse was:lo write a few j That trusts in the living Christ y

of course the poor fellow book ever printed In the Balearic Isles, sand beds nearest to town. Three druggist and apothecary. 121 South Mist Kate Woods came home i lines in tribute to his memory but i!'; Then conic 0 Death, when thou Wilt ,,

sever saw an angel.-Town,Topics. the 'Tractatus ,de Regulis Mandato- fourths of the road might tlo 'pretty Palafox street, or send lOc in stampsfor Thursday She.has. been staying in fearJng the fate of my other communication I Thou are but a condition

The hitherto knownto well without any such application Ui :a- tanrple to The Herpicide Co., Detroit New Orleans. La. a long time, but to The Journal.. I decided not: Which awaits us all, rAnd
Two KUd of Frnrlnc. rum. ''In the"Spanish :National i til the Panama canal is complete}'! Mich.if will remain ''with her parents now. to However I am contributing my i i thou bast no terrors for me; 4"I
She-Prize fighting Is brutal but did exist was author is the I Although we hake had an unusually Another saw mill ,is being built. on, mite. *As we knew him be wa the i l May we all say, amen when tha

Iou ever know fencing to hurt any library In Madrid., The i mild winter there have been sufficient the Middleton tract of land, about two 'good Samaritan, which; from our pointof grim spectre comes I:
one? famous Gerson.. and .the book was ''heavy frosts to retard a, premature i -- miles from Mohno. view is alone an open sesame to I Dear old Captain Charley; may we

He-,Why, yes; the barbed wire kInd. printed in the' Carthusian Monastery of opening of the fruit beds, giving 'a i Mr. Joe Ferry and his two little the Pearly Gates. His well known meet beyond the river Is the hops of. s tone
J beveIonkers the TrinitT In Majorca, After much fine prospect for a great crop tha coning -'t if girls Mamie and Roble 'went, to :Mil and unshaken faith in a Saviour's redeeming who reveres his ,memory. t
Statesman. ,
searching success has.'at last crownedthe i season.' Hot ton last Monday.Mrs. > grace, entitled him to, consistently W. W. JONE3 Ii'

A curator's efforts, though whence I We have only 'one more short woek, U. C. Crabtree aIJ her daugh- voice tbe sentiments of fajI -, Gemmole Fla.. Feb. 19. ::1
Biter Left. the treasure,has, been unearthed is prudently i to ,the average date for the last'kl'l ters Miss' Mattie and; : Miss Bernice I ,
< your grandmother get : kept frora public: ,knowledge Ing frost. Biscuits wer In :Molino Friday. -- ------ -_ ,

along *now that she has lost all herif'h The'other book not:less rare, Is a collection I The season is at hand' ''for woods II Mr.:and Sirs D: W. Wilson arc both -
endanger the farmers as well') sick"with la grippe.
writings in and ,fires quite
of :the prose '
"Oh, an right You know she has a Francesb I a; the frosty waves .
hting: verse of the Catalan' pier. of the Without Health
tongsseI::;.. Globe That was a narrow escape Doughnuts
Prats.-London valuable Wright property last week I I D flnlte. s

when the furious flames tame within

feel of defeating Mr. ,HawelJ'0 efforts
ffia222aa2a2 2aa aaa2ieam 2 a,;,. chief of the fire.department! CoffeeEVERY Tot| are badly handicapped in life's race. Success

Mr. Howell is a small,, tnan, but STO H 1g almost impossible. Why not build up and -
'strengthen the entire system by using. the Bitters?
when it comes to a fire 'fight With a I tS
II red hot fiend, or growing awee4-potatoes = It, Is' backed by over 50 years of cures and can surely ,
I Screens Screens I! Screens. he Is a first class "whopper.** MORNING I .be depended on in your case. S'

NnJ 'As an illustration of the Talus.of an HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH 'fi
M < building" la Ohio Iwill. gire"the .
"out- O'CLOCK. '
AT 5 f fIi
ftIP N contents of a country ,barn in my old I BITTERS
Iriulns' all :Metal Screens tot windows I
patented Let neigh Dorhootf. which wag totaljy, so FINE THEY BUST 'the medicine needed by every sick man and woman >
doors sic Now Is the time to put them in. "wipd out" in January. There was no' and the sooner it is obtained the sooner YOW'7
They are ISm m' Howell in sight to rescue two fine MELT IN YOUR, MOUTH I .
us make you a price before summer. Mr I etomaeh Liver Kidney or bowel aliments will dis

mesk. bronze and absolutely ,rust proofs bQSE'9, seven valuable cows, 35 sheep, appear. Start today. It always cures
160 bushels wheat :260! bushels oats,! \ Belching,'
N- Dyspepsia, 'Indigestion, Poor Appetite
20 tons of hay beside lot of other I '
Headache Cramps, Colds, Nausea, and Malaria,
feed, and all the farm machinery vehicles : JdLlttle'GraeeST *
Fever and
C. H. TURNER ect.. etc. i Kitchen Cafe 'D n'tCa.cc anything but HosUtter's if you vales ,
OJs That barn was built when ,I waa Kandy ,, I pop, what is blackmail : yer health Genuine has our our Private Stamp ,

41 345. young by & thrifty Quaker, :who has, ?
Phone _
E. Garden St. now been dead 30 to 40 jears .His". I 104 ,S.P llafoL' Phone 999 I Pop-: Mourning, envelopes, my child.Philadelphia joter_ # .. t

name was Samuel Stapleton,, : -i .' Bulletin. -
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: PAGE SIX\ THE PENSAC .':- "". ,JOURNAL, SUNDAY. :.\, MORNING, t .. I FEBRUARY! 13. 1908r ,

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i ':+..NNN...++4>..+++.NN.INNNNN/NNNN/N/N!I Gossip About New Mert-and 1 I i

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!& ,:: :; A QuartetOf : New Methods !

tl:: Green &. Watson! I If '-Governors, ,!:! In ..-Diplomacy-- : idewalkPAving

1 ..O. DA r )LONG the Important subjects'before j i
JAMES who congress isitbat' of reform I

succeeded Robert Zlh and reorganization in the diplomatic
\ .
f i ii x'" M. La Follette 'and consular service.. 'It ; "
5 an of Wisconsin happens that at the time'this! subject1 I '
IF IT'S NEW WE HAVE IT. ?4 governor under conslder Uon"importAnt changes i Work !
i when' the latter II WE Want You tn See Our
< took his seat in are pending in 'the personnel of our ; .
: the. United States | diplomatic force.t' New, men and new I
: : senate; has' 'had avery methods and promotions: for faithful .
: striking eaf f:, service will. It Is hoped tend Jo increasethe I
, reer. About thirty. prestige of the:United States abroad

: i Our Magnificent Collection of i i J..O.wtsco'csta.boy DAVIDSON, four :years of E'igbteenI ago ji I I and friendship develop and and strengthen business International relations.- I I:j Superintendent is an Expert:in This Line and We

0 landed at Castle Garden carrying all ( Among the :diplomats 'who are scbed-

; his worldly possessions done up In a uled for pro:6\otion' the ambassadorto t i Guarantee Our Sidewalks Will ,Not Crack or Scale Off.
I bundle and slung from a stick over his Brazil David E...Thompson; the mia 1|
Early Spring Novelties I later to Griscom the I ..
: shoulder. In Norway; the, faraway land t Japan Lloyd: Oj ; j '

; from whence be came, the only education j minister to Turkey, John G. A. Lelsh.1 .. '; t .
: he bad receiedIlgious was from re man; the minister to Switzerland David j ,' .
> .
: teachers who traveled from Jayne Hill, and the third assistant .
farm to farm. At the age of eleven be4 secretary of state, Herbert H. D.Peirce. .
:: :; are being arranged for your had learned by heart the three books Mr. Peirce will be the first minister of if '
i it is
that were used. II. reached Madison' the United States to'Norway and' )Ir. Sidewalk Paving is a Permanent,, Improvement Properly -

penniless and friendless and.I. I in' Thompson it is expected: will be promoted -
f from ,the Brazilian e.mbas sy to but Constructed Paved Sidewalk
inspection. ;', : debt for the'mopey; that paid'bis. passage -I, that of Mexico, &post which"the, growthof ; ,Put Down : a Poorly
to America. He worked on a

4 4 ... :'"t: j i,I'! ,farm learned the: tailors trade, be-a j:i creased the Mexican relations! with republic it have and rendered our ,Ini Will l Not Last any Longer than Boards See that, you get
came clerk !in a store and five yearsafter I Ii
1 i landing opened one of his own at | a most responsible one. Mr. Grlsc m's CONSTRUCTED BY.US e
-AS *
.' |: services at the court'of the mikado will TheBest-- c
Soldiers' Grove Crawford county. "
be rewarded It Is thought, by
; bei i! 1S92: .he made his bow In'' politics and I promotion .
' \.' American and European designs and manufacturers have' never to the Braznian' embassy, and Jt ,
fore given us such beautiful, attractive and economical ideas i entered the legislature; where he In- | 'J.
: '
; : 'i supposed to be the president's plan Co
troduced bills taxing corporations. lIe .
Imported Madras (dainty designs).. ........*. ..., .. .. .. ....25c I'was elected state treasurer'In 1898 and that Mr Lelshman shall be the first I]
i ,i White Madras, 15. 20, 25 and..... .... .. .. ...'. .... ,..... ....35ci I lieutenant In 1902, being reelected -i I t ambassador,to Japan. I j
i r; Silk Eoliennes (Pompadour: effects)...... .. .. .... ... ... ..50c I in governor His citizens of '! The post of'ambassador to Brazil will '
.. .. Crepe de Chine (alJ} shades).......... .... .. .. .. .. ......49c. I Scandinavian 1904. extraction fellow call him ; be of especial: importance in the .near Estimates Furnished !
i future in view i of the fact that the panAmerican'
: One of the important features of the ladies' wardrobe will be the "Tim," and his rise in, life has not Increased I'j i j[i congress Is 'to assemble! = alI ,
,. Linen Suit. .We are fully prepared for this important feature. : .the proportion his head. i
I[Kio Janeiro for i its/next session It 181*
t; 'Sheer Linen Lawns, per )'ard.. ran to. .". ..... .... ., .... ....$1.50 'I i the earnest df'8ire.thRt the 'good; work 'j ..
'L : The Round Thread Linen per. >'ard.35c to... .... .... .. ... 1.35;; : Governor Beckham of Kentucky, who I of cementing( friendship between the !
..... .. .. .... ... :Is charged by Senator Blackburn with You Can Pay..in..lnstallrnents
;, The Linen Cambric, per yard :23c: to. ... ::.75c I different, countries of pan-America shall
:, The Flat Irfch Linen pr yard '25c to;...... .:.. ..: .:.:',..'. *!,OH .: opening his letters, came to the executive '; go' on and to that end It !Is hhhly'dP-j J

, i chair owing to the assassination;t slrable that diplomatic! ,and consular .
.i i iI
Printed Ribbons dont overlook : --->
Magnificent Warp them. of Governor Goebel in 1900. He ran :
posts in countries to the north and
'. The misses cannot expect to go the season through without one or for lieutenant governor on the ticket i I :
I i south of,us shall be suitably filled. '
- t more aashes.F : with Goebel In 1899 and was" only
i I
The subject of consular reform Is one .
, : F Our, line of Embroideries is about complete Swiss and NainsookAllovers : thirty years old when Goebel's death ,, that is engaging,die' especial attentionof

.; f '. Edges and Suitings to match Ven'se. Alloves and Hands : occasioned his in-' the new secretary of state, Ehhu .
r r : to match. The Japanese and baby Irish combinations in all overs and '. duction Into DeI Root. The bill providing for reform .
'. bands to match .. higher office and reorganization of. the consular I WE CAN FURNISH CONCRETE BLOCKS for foundations -

: t t spite! his ;youth the service, known'as the Lodge bill.alms 'L
The Eyelet) effects in extra wide all over for shirt waist withedges i people of the state C.; '

; ; .' and bands to match. DON'T MISS SEEING THEM. decided to keep' to many( classify-abused now,service..connected: and with abolish it \ retaining walls and other :constructive work Cheaper

him at the head of >, : -
# ,
. Its effect would, it is believed, be t e. F. ..11 .. the when commonwealth he was named '7 'z provide greatejIncentives$ to' good Than Brick 1 and it Lasts Forever: & & & & & &
: work,on the part of our consular agents
. .: : for governor: in 1903 than now exist and thus increase our 1 .
I and his present term t foreign trade.. J

! !. will not expire un In the diplomatic service the most We Construct Tarazza and Scagliola Floors and Wainscoting.
til 1007. The govj.. c, w.n::CKgAN; .
pressing need" is said to ,be tbat 'of
't-'t'I'I Green & Watson1 I ernorshlp may be KENTUCKY.i .
i said to run In his "

. I IIN i i family.Wickliffe His Beckham full name, and is the John Wickliffe Crepp I'i F :b,,t, We ,are, Sales Agent for Hydrated Lime, Lehigh Portland

4 was put in his name in honor of Gov-1 '
. .t .I Cement Expanded Metals and Steel. Ceilings
. ernor Charles A. Wickliffe of Kentucky : *
t I E' .NNN./RNiININN.N/IN/1011.ININNNN: his mother's father His moth.'I/
; or's brother Robert C. Wietfliffe, was .- ,

,---- -ri. -. ._ __ governor. of Louisiana. BO that she < ,. ,
: : **.*.+ *.......+.++.............+..+..- + ++.+....+.+: could describe ,herself, a*, daughter of -fC1 .J, ':;-.l" :r" CALL US, 'UP AT 399Cement ,' ,"' / .," "" ",:;-: ....;.,
z a governor sister of a governor and
mother of a governor.' Governor Beck- ''' '' 1 '. : '.' .. ; ':';' .
Don'tEiein. : ham does not drink or even smoke. He '

t" : I Is Independent a'od fearless and "once i s r Tt,._
; faced and broke up 'aft'' angry mob
which was bent on lynching a negro, I

a I Such a Hurry i .Pensl\cola Stone Co.
: Governor" Frank R. CO ding of Idaho,

1' i : whose daughter christened the battle:
, ship Idaho when It was launched In
.. I. to buy Furniture that :you will fall to see our stock. It j Philadelphia recently. Is one,of the largest
. ;. e Is superb now, and will DC a treat for you to see it wheth- sheep ranchers In the world. own- .
: i ; or you buy'or not.
: Ing about 75;,000 of i I .. .
: Ii -- --
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: : these animals. )i 1f

t s i :' > We Can Furnish Your Home i 4 wife When and he daughter and his f Pro'! ssional Directory D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. Timber Lands
.. .i Journeyed to Fhlladelphia lTHOS.
P rt for the ,

j J : : From Kitchen to Parlor ; launching ceremony t N.AW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND RENTS AND LOANSWe '

: they were accompanied COLLECTIONS For Sale
; : J
+ and prices that will revelation OHN O. A. U3SHMAX. have the following special bar-
K at prove a to ,jou Don'tforget party, among the I PHONE 559.T.
' l : too that Now and gains inVery desirable real estate for
0 you can "Buy Pay Later members of which homes for our diplomatic representatives I _
;. ;I.. was Colonel W. C. in the great capitals of the world. a few days only.

I r. B. OOODI O, Hunter of the'gov Uncle Sam pays Whitelaw Reid $ti,- : : G. YATES M. D SPECIAL BARGAINS. We have them. Several splenii't.
i IDAHO. ernor's staff. The 500 a ;year for representing him at the ,si 2 lots in block 170. New City 80x137 large and small turpentine ]location.

latter is mayor of court of St James and Mr. Reid pays feet on car line ,.., .. .. .. ,.. $400.00 Saw Mills and Saw mill locations
: 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. + Frozen Dog Ida. and an editor of Its $I7000, a year rent for his house in OPTICIAN 3 lots corner 16th ave. and Gads Some excellent bargains! in large
.. .. .. ..
I leading paper. called the Howling Wolf.In London. That leaves'$500 for keepingup 306 THIESEN BUILDIGN den street : $1,000.00 and small traits of round and boxel
:...................INNIIN/N/N/INIiI/NI.... .i apologizing for the absence of another the establishment: entertaining the 5 lots fronting Toledo square In New timber
of the papers editors popularly City .. .. .. .. '.. .. .. $1,000.00One lands.
numerous and the
guests paying .
-- H. T. CRAWFORD, 5-room house, with bath and Large tracts, of Mississippi Dolts
known as "Grizzly Pete Colonel Hunter meat and:wine bills. Besides the
sewer connection, gas in every room; and Hardwood lands.
said: embassy home in London, Mr. Reid! REAL ESTATE. nice naighborhoodIf' taken at

.f t-tFountain Pens Save Time-Time, is Money. It's too bad about Pete. ,He wantedto has a country house; Wrest Park MONEY TO ,LOAN AND RENTS coL.. once, .. .. /..... .. .. ..$1.450.00 Splendid list of' valuable property
': come east with us; but Pete, 10U'know. where he goes to enjoy the seclusionand LECTED. 6 houses In block 17,. West Kins! and fine location for a Colony or Stock
4 f' Therefore any article that saves time is a good investment. A is chairman of the Frozen: Dog rest which even an ambassador Tract renting J30,00 per month. Will Farm it South East Georgia.
! t t. ;: Waterman's "Modern" automatic, self.filling pen Is an easyt vigilance committee, and there's a occasionally; needs. ,Conditions somewhat 414, THIESEN. Pensacola BUILDING.Fla. lend ?:2,000>0 of necessary .. $2600.00 I Some of the' choicest resident
- I F writer,and always rt'adY.50 up. stranger in our_midst. similar exist at the other leading All of these propositions are ,bar- place I- the beautiful little city of
t r .. European capitals. The dignity of'the gains and will beheld open for a few
1 I' J[ One of the of the DR. C. E. BENNETT Lays: only. j DeFunlak Springs, Flsu. and in MUtoa.:
i Goo's :Eloo] iOr10..c moat Interesting great American nation has to be supported I Excellent, warehouse location on
of western representing abroad somehow, and under *
group governors the Fla.Our
Ii Pho+,e 235. 213 South ,.,.,. Street f.ntaoola railroad track very Cheap reason
t t social and political reform Is Albert circumstances only rich Americans'can OSTEOPATH. prices"and terms are
Good 8 per cent mortgages on hand.
!. 1 ri B. Cummins, who has Just been do it This state of' things Is held to WILL REOPEN OFFICES IN PEN.I Best kind investments.. able.Cal
Lr. criticising the provisions of 'Senator be inconsistent with the genius of our SACOLA on or write to us.
\ i. ------ -- ---- --- ------ ---- APRIL 1st. t Property In all .parts of city, vacant
IPt.' Dolliver's railway rate bill. Governor republican Institutions.It or improved'wanted,and for sale.
FOR ALLFORMS Cummins was pointed out at the Republican is maintained that If the bill Intro 30 S. Palafox St. TURNER & AVri1ARD
OF national convention of 1000< as duced In the house of representatives Phone 234.

.. the, handsomest man on the platform, by Representative Nicholas Longworth
t.rt.! / and the first time be-r ntor, governorof of Ohio were to become a law it would Real Estate and
n Iowa his called him be ,, y STEAMBOAT SCHEDULE
t 1D opponents possible to appoint comparatively Abstract Company,
"Handsome Albert" and, the "Des poor men to Important diplomatic posts ,
a 1.;.' Moines Apollo," hoping to beat him,' if desired. The bill authorizes an expenditure STEAMER CAPT. 'FRITZ, J. M 0. Box 115 .CeFcnlik Springs. FM' .

ff but it only] made him more"votes. Governor of not to exceed$5,000.000 in Rogers, master; Passengers and ,
i 'v take the celebrated cure, Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. Cummins building homes for American representatlves Freight service' between, Pensacola --- -.- -- -

i 1 B.) It is all in the world you need to effect a perfect from the .outset of abroad. In introducing It Con and: freeporf fl.. At Baylen street FOR SALEBeach
and lasting cure. Even the most obstinate his political career gressman Longworth said: wharf, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
has been making issues "It la an and notorious fact that Tourists and others desiring to see Haven, the coming suDn'bof
and forms
I ; ; weeping scaly of eczema have been permanently open places of Interest on Choctawhatchie Pensacola. Extensive lmproMEent"to
cured-cases which resisted the united ef and bringing with the very small salaries paid our Bay, and Santa Rosa Sound should be made this street Cal tn8
forts of scores of. medicines, and many doctors. 11 his! party associates diplomatic envoys ,In comparison with DR. J. ft MOCK I make this trip. Special rates, for par. guaranteed In the year near; future. J5-J-,t'
: II Hundreds of our testimonials substantiate this statement around to' his way those of other countries none but very I ties of ten or more. For rates or [l' for beautiful waterfront lots Tbs: .
of thinking. He rich men can aspire to these offices; other Information apply on 'board For tot
If' want instead of or price for a short lima only
you a cure a costly experiment
started as a cor- that no however great learning, P. O. Bot 6J2, .
man. DENTAL SURGEON.Crown address Pensacola, Fa.27janlm ; ; ther particulars call on or write to<
call for Botanic Blood Balm and
acceptno poration lawyer, experience or ability;can represent this 'PENS A.COIJI INVESTMENT CO.
substitute. A never-failing cure for eczema. but has won his country abroad unless be be a man of and Bridge Work a Specialty. .
Price per bottle at all druggists, or sent on receipt fame as a corpora- great wealth. No matter bow much Palnl.3' Extracting of'Teeth. --------- -- -
P$1 tion fighter. He salaries might be Increased there would ;2a>4 S. Palafox St.
of S bottles foi $w.50,, 6 bottles for $5.00. .B.cnauxa, NOTICE
bucked prohibitionA. IOWA always be an evidence of the wealthof 7 and 9 Old Armory Building.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta. G*. when the majority; each particular Incumbent accordingto Phone 1077. '
of his party in Iowa favored it, and his the style of residence he occupied The Woolley Sanatorium, Uieon'v! the Institute

\. party associates have now come'aroundto If, however, a suitable and dignified HICKS' 1vD tt Opium,in Cocaine the United and States Wiskey where n
his point! of view. He took a stand official to ,
: .: '. residence be green each of can be cured without exposure, an'''
for tariff revision and reciprocity' and our. diplomatic! envoys. then at least so CAPUDINE with so much ease for the patient Or.
t : is still fighting on that line,'and his position far as external appearances are concerned IHMCOtATCLT CURLS 30 days time required. Descn:'-
I- as an advocate.of eurblnjrihe railroads the rich loan and the poor.man HEADACHESBrealuupCOLDS your case and I will write you all
by rate regulation la well Known, will appear alike." < opinion as to what I can accorop"-1:
'" for Ask family physician
'ou. your
IN 6 TO IS HOVK3Trul .. trill Mn It mm,__AlA. In\eatlite.) Dr. Ii. M WoolX'V ', iut!

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When a Man Marries You owe it to_jour' family to provIde HOOTON' .&- WATSON l

: ,ON-NORTH HILL for them a tome.. If you can afford

to pay rent. you can put the Successors.. Tnos. C. Watson 6 Cx: t
same money into a home of:your own.

Ins first OJ1eern hould .be to C8tabll8h: home.forhknjeJf Look SplendM at,these little: house? in good neigh Leading Real Esf ate, Rental..} and Insurance ,Agency i'
: $1000.00
and family He ihould
make a careful selection as which! .
to situation in order borhooo? near depot. we can .... .
toget the most
increase in value terms .
:Al ail hazards, lot.This is a bargain, being U O.OO per sell Desirable upon favorable cottage on E. La Rua$700.St. List, of Desirable' Property for Sale. '
Only offered for
a day or two.
.. .. 1100.
terms -\
Beautiful East Hill desirable piece of property on Palafox street; a splendid
home on -
First Efforts Should large lot Investment; must go at once....10000.00
Be LESLIE Improvements $4,500
Your E. BROOKSREAL modern
} -ih: .< Various others for the asking-come Seven dwellings and a dwelling and store buildIng with very
'Wltb'us.. ,' near talf a block of ground situated on a very desirable corner
; .Y ; ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLD and talk, it over .near business district; a splendid Investment.. u .. .. ..$6300.00
Toward Getting Home :
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Very desirable quarter of block on North Hill, convenient to .

RENTS COLLECTED. MONEY ..l.S. BROWN & CO. READING OUR LIST I street car line.. .. .. ..... .......?. '.. .. .. ...5600.00
.5- One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill. front-
If jou've a little money that you can put Into a lot or LOANED. Theisen 8 Building. of properties: our books is like the Ing south near" car line on corner.JOO.by 150, for a few days $3700.00(

to make- a first payment It win be to jour adyantage fo beginning of one of Washington's cam Desirable two story new dwelling on corner with four lots on
call onus and look over 'our 204% S. Palafox. St,. Fisher 'Buiidln .
list of homes that can be palgns. He looked over the nap North ..* .$3700.00
bought on my 1sta.llraent.plan.. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS from it decided what place he wanted Two story dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street:

.For Sale and then eet out to capture it. goo:! neighborhood. .. ..:.$3250.00
YOU CAN. DO BETTER. Comfortable one story dwelling on iDeVHhers street near

FOR' SALE-Two good' combination Homes.for SaleSix Read .our list, pick out the'place you Garden- street.with. large ...$325003Finentyflve .
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lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets, Eplen.did "
horses, and two good mules. Will want,'and then come here and get it
few $327500
Pensacola investment for .
Investment a days only
Company sell together or separately. to 706 E. Wright $1350. without any trouble: Prices and
Apply room cottage !
The north half of) block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137
E. G. Sjwell. 403 N. Reus, phone 614 Nice 'cottage corner lot B 11111..$16 O terms will not bother you If you ac.tl; feet six inches each; one block from electric car line and on
4. H. D'ALEMBERTE 18feblwFOR and bath N. 8th under our .advice.McDavidUyer.
City Manager. i Five rocro cottage t Havana Square.. .. .$2000.00

4\'. H. INOWLK. President R. SALE-Household furniture. Apply avenue $1200.BeautifuL Company Two story dwelling! at No 1005 ;North Davis street with large
B. SIMPSON,, Secretary.J. new six room house and $2000.00 '
419 E. Intendencia St. 14feblw .
I. STULMAN V..Pres. and Gen. Minify KNOWLES HYER, Treasurer. FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Rock bath E. Cervantes. $1850. Agents New York Six room, Eton and a half dwelling with two acres of groundin

Rael Estate, loans, General Investments. cockerels ready for yard $150 to Life Insurance Company! western *.$1200.00
$3; 15 eggs $150; thirty $!.50. Mrs. Lots! For ,Sale i lots! 8 E. Government Street. Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street 80 by 132
215 South Palafox feet six inches fronting south. convenient to car line..S 575.00Two t
Street. Pensacola, Florida.Moyer's Lizzie 'B. Hughes, Chipley; ,Fla, Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla.
Hfeblm Three lots 'corner Gadsden street story dwelling on East D Leon street with large lot..$ 850.00 ; ,
-- Comfortable one story dwelling! with lot 50 by 150; No. 620
'and line $950.
TYPEWRITERS keep on hand for Four car lots \i block N. of Mr. Hager-I For Sale.FOR North Cbyle street.. .. .. ........ ... .' $ 800.00
r .- Kale The Fox Underwood Smith Two cottage on Wet Zarragossa ret. splendid renting! property '
man B home:$iooo. .
Premier and Blickensderfer Typewriters 17 lots near" railroad in East King SALE-Eight Wat r Spaniel .$1250.00
Grocery Store and Meat MarketCorner Sold on easy terns or rented. Tract $1250 t puppies. Mother and father imported Money to loan in amounts of $1000.00 and up. at' seven per ,cent. :
All makes of machines cleaned and fnt crest.
street to Pons
Flvt> lots on E.' 13th near car from Bilboa Spain. Apply
Government and Alcanlz Streets. Phone 718. repaired. Work guaranteed. Phon line $1250C. Barber Shop, or to 422 E. GovernmentSt. !, Those having property, desiring to 'sell same, would find It to ther! :

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],f I"r n H first.class market. ment. Hfeblm R. YAEGER $300,000'orth in the past 60 davs. If joi have funds to loan consultus. I
& If desire to collect jour rents: orwant fire Insurance .
HORSES AND l\IULES-cIUJan you an agent
i fi oounds Sugar$100. 20 pounds of' Nice, Clea.n. Rice, FpR SALE.10, rooD'bouse., corner '
'HIli Fancy Country Syrup: 35c per aIlon. Honey in the comb. or Exf : lot, '3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96x 202 Thieien Building. Phone 686. Turton rave just received a carload ; or if you ;want to buy a piece of property'and don't know wno

.1 rarT honey. *, 192"on- 'carlneFor! particulars In of horses and mules from Tennessee owns same, consult us.HOOTON&WAfSON.

,;ve me a call I will show you how to save money.A. quire of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan and the latter can. be seen atPou.s T ,- e
For Sale
Intendencla St.
stables on West
McD.; MOYER. Phone 718. FOR SALE--Improved, and unimproved -. .. ----.......- .. lOfeb ,
- .. --- property in all parts of the city.J. NORMANS PILLS -Just received I ,

HELP WANTED Wanted -. A* WiUon St Co. Real Estate Agents I' 55.GOO Compound.. Cathartic For FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co are PHONE E 64. SOUTH PALAFOX- STREET. '

I. WM |MMMWWMWMWMMMWWWMMM WMM:WVWMV Mk Rocm7: Sallsbury-a building. PhoneJ,sale at ,The Alligator and West End agents for the famous Corno Hen L
I Saloons, ISnovlm Feed. Finest thing in the world to
\\NTEP-A good cook at once. Ap- II WANTED TO RENT A tjpewriter. 172. ': make hens lay. Keeps 'cm in good

gn! 23 E. Garden. ISfeblw* Must be in good: order and reason FOR SALE.-If you have $8,000 to in.1.:FOR .SALE-First class grocery store condition too. 7feb to
able. Standard keyboard Address vest in a saw mill proposition and meat market-> connection.fix Miscellaneous Money Loan. I IiONEY
WA:''TED-Experienced" and reliable "Typewnter," care Journal it* $10,000vrite Lock Box 26, DeFuniak!;tures -etc Reason ,for selling leaving FOR SALE CHEAP AT WARRING- -..-._ w '- '-' :

men to sell our 1906" copyrighted WANTED-Salesmen of ability and Springs }'Ia. This will stand 'the the city. Address P.0. Box 697. TON-One four room house with NOTICE offer my services as sur TO LOAN-Everybody: borrows
fans recogniz as works from Jao.
a-ivMtiring ; neat investigation and the first 'I 7feb. front and back gallery; only one year homesteads for the money A. Hall &
apearance to call on all merchants closest man locating ,
set- veyor. Co. 16 E. Government
commission prompt
rf art. large street When
j (f-pnts United Slates Novelty in their territory; elegant .sids with tne,money gets It. No time to' old Apply: to_ G. Rt Wllkins. people of western counties of Florida. In need call on us
Cincinnati. Ohio. It* line; convenient to carry; gooo! commissions waste with agents oT tri1l' rs. 24jan? !I 8feb2w!. Address W. J. Stevens, Surveyor Flo- I
,;tompany: ,
Traveling Salesman Wanted_to sellrOCAn' ; prompt remittance. Belmont FOR.:3ALE.-One choice block on top FOR.. SALE.-South half block 211. rala. Ala. IGfeblmVIAVI MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal j
Mfg Co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. It
Permanent position. StateresE'nt of the ridge.. east of..the. electric To The landlord. fronting 400 feet on 13th street by property on short notice
occupation and salary expectS WANTED-A man with a few thousand railway between 7th and 8th streets!' 107% feet on Bay iew Park; also -The patrons of the "Viavi Terms ca. y. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W.

fldins Angeles Cider Co., St. Louis. dollars to lnv;st In a special Nautre has favored this section,and it.' .south half of block 212. fronting 400 Treatment" are cordially Invited to Romana. Phone 1165. itch d

Mo! 1W'A.'T ty. hna of lumber manufactories. Address cannot be duplicated A. V. ;;;ubbs. ) In the purchase .of investment feet on 14U: St:,"'by 137% feet on Bay call at Hotel Southern Mondays and MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate

L. care, Journal. ISfeblw property, did. it .ever occur to View Park The only property adjoin Fridays from 2 to i C: p. m., where they other sufficient security or
D-/l.e.d3'/ or gentleman with, FOR SAL.E-hlouse at Goulding on// you that-after :all your careful View Park that is f, representative, Ir.!. H. by appl
; the
ing Bay now jr eanrfneet
W'.AN'IED-Large tract of virgin pine hard road 4 rooms. bath and li' and Ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox: and
fair education to collect for a large kHcn.1 investigation to title sale. The beautiful view down the P. Booth. Phone 1027.: llfeblm"I stairs.
also hardwood Umber land. Owners Romans up 17uoi-m.
nice stable Strictly -
and en
Easiness firm. 11500 p -week ; location. that the net results and down the bay can never be
I bayou _
tyiard AdoVcss A. C. Roberts. pen only, Federal Realty &. Construction S. Borras., .Standard Oil "Go's office. you depend on the rent collection obstructed. V. Clubbs. 30Jly MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate

?arola iSfobit'VW'ANTED4OO Co.. 92 La-Salle St, Chicago,: 'It Fensacoia. Fla. _, ...30Janlm*i' fa. Have. you= : investigatedthe will tune and .repair pianos and organs security ,or on good collateral,

_$4.00 daily permanent I WANTED-Party witn a- few hundred FOR SALE OR RENT-GO acre.r-m:;J, lent collecting agencies to AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the as cheap as anyone: and do first at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks

-- men circulars; \ack signsno !: dollars wishes to purchase an, inter 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 to a>certain..: rlu :show the best Pope Mfg. Co.and can sell you autos clas work onlvMy phone'Is'80 2-:2 Fisher building. 21JaoSfeblm
canvassing paos Continental Dintrlbuting -1 I cst in payip-g mistnes,..of. any* kind. room house:, all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 returns to their landlords as from "$500.00 up. They cost less thao rings; Orders promptly' attended MONEY LOANED'on all kinds of personal

Co.. Chicago ISfeblw Address vestment.-care.. .. Journal. story barn. good water mail, box on carefully as you did tbo title to horseg to keep np: They can be run J. Conrad Scott. property on short notice.

Ibfeb. the land. Address Farm,". .care your property.. Thenet returnsIs in candor anywhere a horse can go. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstairs :
"ANTEJ.l'fIO bookkeeperd. Journal. ..llf: {>b1w'. .. the gag v: tl> ::&tan No. 44, care Journal Only 'W'ANTED--Wewant jour orders for ---- he and retail chip -
dre!'B (, story Ing & Co, wholesale finer --
need anply 13feb 1907 Art Calendars Over 300 original FOR SALE-We will sell the exclusive of good.. fcad" investment. : JUST RECEIVED-Large soipment of first\ .class -
jood man a or chandlers and grocers, only '
to manufacture'and sell<< imported Olive Oil Retail by pint, UNLIMITED amount or
designs to eelect from. All right I to all. money to loan
fair prices
solicitor household burner in the ARE YQUR HQV.SE8.YAANT gallon.or.larger,quantity. O. Morasso house of kind, in city,.. all ,kinds of personal
WANTED-Three short Roods prices. 1\la'es Printing: Co., Pensaco our garbage : :We rn1 a larger: nu.D:1M.of .i S I on property
?. Solomon Furniture Co. SfebAVTED I la lefeb state of Florida to the! right.parties! ., For homes. therefore! : in & Co., ship chandlers aa-' grocers 701 Special rates to business men on large
I prices. information and description: : jand *. come., 'I. South Palafox. 40cLI Corno Hen Feed will make' your leans. The! New York Loan Co., 204}$
with tenants who
\\ -Manager for branch office WANTED-To l lease or buy a five or device apply to Domestic Garbage,, 'contact TnoiX' I hens lay and keep them in a healthy I South Palafox.
""*f wli.b to locate here in Pensacola. wouhd.rent.your.ostha: ; any FOR SALE.'-Only 4. young Boar it. For P ah l by the
..Mich.ISfeblw .. pigs condition. Try
six and pah Kalamazoo
room cottage. Price terms Burner Com }. ; '
the -_ ._ _
other in
.\ddM'1", wHb references The MorTIS must be reasonable. Address Good ., J agency' ; city. I sired by Duke of. Florida 68923 out Lewis Bear Co. 7feb -- n '
Whoe! !'ale House. Cincinnati, Ohio. ARE 'YOl HOUSES; "LEFT of Orphan Lee; of Baltimore 58544. '
,t-fe-blm Tenant, care Journal, 16feb FOR \LE-For a few dajs: :'onlyA 2: OPEN? t;". F.1.:} All guaranteed_with_ registrations: and I Board and Rooms. '

WANTED.-The public to know that lots opposite_ the llagffPJ.ap..rfi- bj)' tenants, 1; \'i-cfut'and.does! pedegrees- Carl Setterllnd Chipley Ii II.. PBSHON Is still at the same place i
Shoes'made to
'S'ANTEIJ-Boyabout\ sixteen, to 14 '.. Intendencia. FOR RENT-Ono nicely furnished
at deuce- New City, $673.Od..Fine.Joca-) remain open old can; be bought nov.
learn glazing Apply SaundersMlll .. F. I order; all kinds of repair work. room at 24 West Romana St. phone '
: this office for five cen.ts. : bundle.< They tion for a hom Apply B- Wolfe, a 'netsig. We have a
Co., !9 East Garden. iSjao I are all clean and niCe.WANTED.Electri4wo&. Citizen's Bank._- ;13feblm earps". >collectors .who are in FOR SALE.-:Most beautiful residence 6feb2w 518 iSfebiw'Two

", every part of th 1'city-dail)'.and block in Pensacola overlooking the furnished rooms for rent. Apply
I ; 'of ah kind! and dwelling in good. locality; ..:Good they; see that yo t\r'\ houses arc bay and Bayou Texar.: : Magnificent J. H. Logan, Upholsterer and chair 17 N. Palafox ISfeblw .

WANTED Let; 'us clean your fans. ream your business. Apply 1021 N. 3th ave.. kepV'closed; and :a rent sign live oak magnoliaand other shade Caner. ClocIrs repaired GIve me FOR RENT-One large and nicely furnisbed -
--w ----- ------- i dynamo clo your .wiring,: etc. Paona ISfeblw ace.lr'.on them uhsn. .vacantand trees. Jdeal location for home hotelor ycur old chairs 1o cane. All workguaranteed. 1 room for rent. Apply 309 W. .

JPOSTTION WANTED position as 570. Peusacola Electrij. Co.. 205 S. protect jour property- in -eveiy sanitarium.: A. C. Binkley. 206 Tarragona street. Romana St. 16feblw
bookkeeper Good references. Ad-'. FOR S\L in good cond1tion .way. pdsaibIe.AREYOUR .' 4fcb.10ls.!
Ires* X Y. Z.. care Journal. Baylen. Cheap. Apply at $07. ".N'.'AI. RENTS, .RETURN FOR SALE.-Nice, clean' newspapersfor THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for I '

;?4feblw"WANTED' SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED caniz. .. ...1 t.tb.lwFOR : SATISFACTORY '. sale. Only. 5c a bundle. They' NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible rent suitable for light housek'> r>- .

-Highest ,price paid for gent's' SALE-Beautiful block.in.New jOni' rent department t'Is un- mike: good wrapping paper' and are for debts contracted by ing.: ApplySOlW.Chaae.l5feb_ ,
-To loan on your I ', just the thing to put: under mattln .
money clothing only. Also sail l, second hand City. Tract No 312. For cash $600. dr the care of'a'Rent.Managt'with ; the captains of the schooners Kate,

Personal property and household. goods.: No. ,9 E.- Intendencla. Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court. 'Houasv 'a corps. .collectors under' IFOR..SM.E QUICK-100 high- back Fay Alabama or Sallie Guy. H. Jer. NICELY FURNISHED front room torrent
foods Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jeffrrson with or without board. Apply -
him whoee sole duty Is to look Fla. Sfeblm
laug cane 'bottom chairs. Will sell all nlga'n owner Portland.
and Zarragossa Sis.COURT WANTED.-The Merchant Transfer, after the and at 401 W. Chase. 9feb2w: j
renting of them :
or portion cheap. Jos.,
Heblro. baut1n.All .' THE GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns Roth.
wants movipC'.lneS
Co. your rent collections have Increased and Government that the Ferry FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED" I
Tarragonna Sts10feb to certify ,
breakage guaranteed T. B. Tnor- less gas and gives yow .more lighr This is
HOUSE DYEING. Pressing Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm. for ks money than any lamp yet $$60,000 in the past Pass Inspectors ud Shippers Asso rooms for rent with privilege of
and Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox ten. made. Try it antf? see for .yourself: t-enty.four months this means elationare not responsible for tha light house keeping at 254 E. Gregory.

jE i Mrs T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat. MATTRESSES RENOVATED New Booklets fret Call up ,380 and ask we are holding our old clients .- following boom receipts: of their In- Phone 557. 6feb2w

,,onage solicited; satisfaction guaran- tick furnished If desired. All donein I about them. 28 East Government I and getting new ones. We LOST Aectlon: ; n.ecetpt No 1347. of G. D. TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104

Phone 1222 8feb Green & Watson Phona! show good net returns to tho Haswll receipt No, 1295 of Cha. '
Karments orders. at FOR S4LE-7.room house',at;Gould". LOST-Black female setter pup- and ; Pass Inspectorsand rates to parties or clubs.Apply

POSiTION WANTED-By competent 193. --I 4feblmWANTED Ing. Apply to F. I* 'Ask rgren, lardlord.WE: 'RENDER MONTHLY about one month old. Reward for' Snowdens.Shippers Ferry As ociatioJa.b y J. T. Mra. W. J. Williams, 222 N. Spring St. )" '

bookkeeper] either as bookkeeper.or -To Joan. money on jour Goulding. Fla. 28janlm .STATE M E NTS. return to G. B. McGill. 706 E. Jack. Harper. Pre!. Jan231m 3ujanlm : -

r.Qj' collector Have had six watches Jewelry and' personal ef-i FOR SALE--Nice. clean. old newspapers We render 'J.lonthlstatl) son St. ISfeblw, PLEASANTLY situated rooms to rent.

ear, experience. Can give good ret.rl'U'e. fects. Highest cash price for old gold: at nve cents a bundle., This office ments on the} last day' of each LOST-Surveyors. transit tripod between DRESSMAKING-Mrs. Alice W. Her Apply at 111 W. Chase St 8feb2vr

Address A.. care Journal. and silver. Lightraan & Klein 106 E.' month reporting collections I
Court House and Olive on has opened a first class dressmaking FOR RENT-Furnished; ; rooms Torrent ,
31 feb!>> 5'bVANTDyou wright. Phone 1'-:11"' < MK! :bALC:; Second hand< Babcock made during that! month sending hard roatf. Return to. Stephen Lee. man shop at her rel ldence. 106 E. with or without board. No ,

\ i buggy. rubber tires. In first-class a check for the net amount ITfebltLO9T Intendencla. Ladles invited! to. call. light housekeeping Apply 310 West -
to use Corno Hen WANTED-To buy old gold and silver
For information .
condition telepnc<< due '
: )011. *
.F ed.. This makes your hens layau broken up stuff regardless! ,of No. 51 __ WE PAY TAXES ON YOUR -Pointer 'bitch brown head 31Jan3w Gregory. jan.21.mo.NIC
!$ fattens them. Try It. For sale sizes. Cash paid. Uffntmaa & Klein, r-TwO PROPERTY.and with waite blaze.: Brown spot on FURNISHED ROOMS for rent
: three
py The Lewis Bear Co._7feb lOG E. Wright. Phone:'1127. FOR-S---and horses or cheap, if wagons taken, do repairs if you desire .atactui shoulder and one on body. Balanca JOHN FLO. Boot and Shoemaker.Fine Newly furnished, clean and nice, I
drays white. Reward for return to H. A. custom work to order; repaling near postoffice. Apply at 128# E.
\VANTED-Brerybody: We make charges
in Pensacolato KODAKERS ,get. Kauffman'fi pricesfor within A few' days. PhOne 614 'or apply : cost. no workmanship
: : N. Spring St. ISfeb material and guar Government street Mrs. B. M. Trainer.
know that the Y. }I. C. A. building developing and finishing. B' stand at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. ,to our landlords for handling Brosnahacn, 608 ; Please: 'Ivo me a eaU '120 .
anteed. 7Janlm.Old C:
was bUilt of brick made by the in city Romana and other than the commission for ,
cheapest FOR SALE-3acres land: "on" Town LOST-A p3tition containing numberof Government street. Phone" 1086. -
Jtnsacola Brick Co., and they are prepared Palafox. 20 janlm i Point,opposite city near martne..w1i"S. collection the rent signatures.of .value to no one but 27JanlmCUT newspapers at five cents a band! .
to furnish you. J. S. Walton THE FISHER REAL ESTATE at this office. They are all clew '
ltr JOB PRINTING. of. all kinds wantedby I $300 cash; deep water frontage.d. AGENCY. owner. .Reward for return to Journal
6feb and nice.
-- the Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W. dress Land, care Journal ,lOfep WE .MAKE THE COLLECTION office. Sfeb FLQW&RS-Orl1et'B .'promptly .;

MATTRESSES order; old Government. Phone. ,181Only the _____ ___ I OF RENT A. SPECIALTY. :: filled for roses, carp aU OM. flowers BAY HOTEL.--Open night and day.
mattresses : '
and tick : Rooms
renovated new beat of work. Idee European! luau light and .
Jj'B'shed: it 771 and designs of all kinds.; Miss :!
desired. Ring phone I clean. Transient, trade solicited. j
and transfer: Barcelona. Phone 631.TAILORING : .
Hauling 616 N.
?r all Smith :
at 114 E. Belmont St 2feblm. 575579 S. Palafox. JM. &' Nicolau. : .
work. Office phone 363; residence I
A.VTED=Real Esta78 -for sale orient 390. Acosta & :White; 22-28 N. Prop.
phoiw Real Estate B. L. Diamond Tailor. -_ _
Some Attractive
lease or exchange. Your busls Tarragona St. 25mar. Offerings
? respectfully solicited. J. A. WIl-- Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and

JII1, Real Estate Ageat. 22% W. Gov- I repaired on short notice. No. 11% Pensacola, Sf. Andrews and

.fllment street. Room 7, Sallsbary FOR RENTFOR 2 lots GO ft. front on the southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets, very select neighbor West Government St. Fensacoia. Fla.

I Uding. Phone 172. 23JanWAXTEDYour I I hood... ... ..... .. .. .. .' ...-. .. .. .. '.. .. .. .. .. ............ ...:. ?,.. ".',.. ..... ....$1500.00 Idee. Gulf Steamship Go.
RENT Two 3-room houses onEast 6:lots on. the west sid' <5 of-N. Palafox St., between Lee and Bount streets (loG per, Ion.) ........$2400.00 1

material used repair work. Best Main St. Apply at 438, or .434. Building' lots on :west side of N. Reus Street between DeSoto and Strong... ,. a.,. .. ,'. .. .. ...$450.00 THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING. CO. STEAMER TARPONW.
; work guaranteed; ISfeblw '511-3: ft on West Romana street.at the foot of Spring St., improvements on property, renting for $13.00per wholesale and retail manufacturers
called for and delivered. Ring East Main St. month. ..' .. ., .. f. ..<{... ... 1... .,..... ..... ...' ... ......... .. ..' tf" ,..: .,.. .. .. ....$4000.00 and dealers In cotton mattresses and BARROW, M ..t.r.nRST.CL.U2 .
bier:one 1210. 1... H. Peefoon, Shoe- FOR RENT-Desirable two-story rsi :, 40 ft. by 170 ft. deep on East. Romana'St., next to Bass & Co, a good investment ., .-* .. ._ ..$4000.00 bed springs- Second hand' furniture : PAS3ENUER: ANDFREIu.JT .

and Repairer S. W. corner Bay. dence. No.. 208 West Gadsden St.. 5 lots on the South East corner of Spring and Lee streets; a splendid building 'site.. ., .,. ....$2500.00We bought and sold Upholstering. and repairing ; SERVICEPENSACOLA. .
11 and. Intendencla Sts 6feb2w Wm. D. Howe. 401 Thiesen,BJdg. ISfeb make a special,offer of, 7-toom and hall house on the southwest corner'of 16tI street and 18th avenue a specialty 114 E. BelmontSt. .- ehru- :

A.\TED.-All kinds of electrical FOR; RENT-Two story residence with 5 lots. This Is an Ideal. sur1)urban"home, fruit trees. stables windmill and tank, water_ throughout city. Phone 77L- C. T. Davis COLA. CARRABEtLE.MOBILE. APALACHI.ST. AN-

ork. I sell all kinds of electrical with all modern ,conveniences corner house, everything convenient and-new. not far from car IIne The house Improvements could not be }Igr.. 17Janlm DREWS. MILLVILLE. sIr- -

aUrieg' : and other electrical supplies. Spring and-Strong Sts.- Apply C. duplicated. for the price...,..-,... ,. ..' .. .. .. ..- .. .... ........ ..t. ....1';( 4... .... *....$2500.00 And all poInt. on St. Andrew Bay
ten you need me ring 345 or 955. Turner. 9feb.FOR 50(5( East Jackson street two tory 8' rocn and hall bouse bath, gas, a dellbtful'bome and good neigh f CarrabeUe and ApaUbhlcola.

f fV peake. new Star Laundry buildS H. borhood, lot 93 ft. by 150..._..,.... .. 'f .. .. .. ? .0 .. .. ..,._....... .... ...: ,..-y ........$350000 J. H. PORTER sailmaker, 716 South
E:1: E Garden. ISdec.NTED RENTi -Elegant 2-story 8-room A five room and kitchen cottage on. Little Bajtm fronting on the water; lot 100 ft. by 1 to ft. deep. barn : Palafox street. Orders 'taken for SCHEDULE

.' cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply and IS bearing fruit trees 80 ft. wharf running out into the water. The house has been newly painted and tents, awnings, camp stools and homo Leave Peosacola SnDt2a,. :30 ja. -

man of Position wanted by young. to Walker Ingraham; Star .Laun-. papered and wood work graineJon Inside house sits on bluff about 20 (t. high small sail beat-and row boat : cots. etc. ,Prices reasonable. 31 Jan. ., for Mobile Ala '

rUnillar ability and temperate habits.. dry. ._ -;j&nFOR go with house, near car line. This place is very cheap at.-, .<.\. .,.. .... ... ..$1500.00 i .Leave Pensacola. Tueidiy, S:29 p..,
with grocery business; would 3 lots Between .. .. $650.00 St Andrews, UUirlUe,' ..
I'n>rfr RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom on Strong street : JOth and 11th ,avenues., This property is very cheap at. infor Ap
null as shipping clerk Star.Laundry budding I MONEY at the lowest market; rates o interest on Improved or vacant city: property. Found : lacblcola,'CarrabeUe cad Intermediate ,
consider any offer of clerkship.. in new s
"nure Would require'eek.s notice E. Garden street Apply. walkerln-- -v- For additional Icformatlon- apply t J
$nd Laundry.__. .22<*ec. FOUND-A watch owner can ,have .
am already employed. Address gra lam. Star The Fisher Real Estate Agency ,. H., SAUNDER3.E. -
_"Jerk.' this office. IQfeblOtNTED BINGHAM storageroom* torrent same by Identif j.Ing: an4jayingfor' '> ; B. COBB. : :: President*
fA. R.-
,\ : suitable for furniture or,other Phone 2OB South Palafox: this advertls'mZ'Cafl, on Isaac GeL Fit and Pass. Agu ,
A. R Bingham wantf :87w, : Shields at Marrasso's Bakery shop. tten acola. Fla S
\.O'Jr 104 and 105::South; Tarragoia : '
meting and hauling. He guaI1tec gOOdS, :
: : noy iSfebit'k.
S30 .
; all breakage. Phone 630. St. Phone .. ,,

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,w; : 1 EXTERMINATION I HEIL R E l ESTATE J "o/d whisKeya j08.// ,McMillan' Bros. Co. I After the. :Fire- .. the Safe

Need I
And its contents may be found uninjured. But if thereIs

,. TRANSFERS no, flr,.}insurance parried! the, saving ,of th! safe may
Of MOSQUITOES : a mailer tie of 'no importance.' Let jour forethought be better
H Shirt ? taste -d I than your_ hindsight.Insurs .
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Following! : is a list of the deeds re : :MI.E.AIABAMA.;, at Once and Take No 'ChancesTf'F .
corded'yeiday repo-tal jly'The its

Ordinance Providing for Their Dastrnction'NojY Pensacola Abstract C' } Gen'i
V. D W-lliams to .J. T Fillmgim|1 delicious I KnowlesBros.K&X3X8X8XSS83ttX A ts
We have them=every I I
: material Before lots 1 and: 2, containing! 98.90 acres. MARKETSPensacola I Pensacola
kind of the best
i Our Shirts fit; we won't : I sec. 23; T. 5. N. R. :31 W., $500, ; flavor appeals to you -
Co ncil. Johu Zir:>leljach to Morris and Max; -
: give up store room to L. Bear- all of lois 13 to 17,- inclusive,' "old joe/ is j just,right ,_ .

ehirts that wont fit. ._ I block 2t, \V -st King Tract... $1000} and: Cotton Market. ;::.

I other ron: icleral'ons.; : too ,
it so S
-you'll ; B
I The following ordinance which .15 J.. W. Cohron to EricK Hermanson,) try say F. O. B cotton : :mNElAOOX.A. I

now before the citj" councIl' publish- lot No. 1- in lot 3, of the)larjr Jack', a million:bottles l sold 'annually C. Gunter Elmore' following quotations I

From 50 Cents ed by; order of.th council for the,'information on. division of tlic Donelgon.Grant'. ,] broker fpr February gives the 17: i IronWorks and Supply Co. i

of! .the public Sec considerations.51 T. 2 S. R. SO:: W.. $1 and other' : .;;, most p&pular'brand Good Middling: .., :?*t 1 % t Manufacturers and Repairers of i

To $$2.50 AN ORDINANCE. II. Lowell Strict ,) ., 10JIldJHng t P AND BOILERS
r. Isaac Welch to Mrs Bassett sold. ..10% MACHINERY ;

: ---- lot 14, subdivision of.I lot 6' in Strict Jxw Middling. '' fORGINGS: MILL. AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES ;

:1 Entitled.! An_ Ordinance 1 lo pnvide for the M. Gonzalez) Grant. Sec. 14 T. 1 N.: full measure-convenient package Low Middling! .. :: !81 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY -

'tir We've some' mighty good. I the Extermination. of Moaqu.toesi! R. 31 W.. 33: acres $100 and' other valuable -: moderate prke- soU everywhere I I, Stains an4 tinges %.to 1 cent :. Prompt attention gIVen to all orders day or night Agent 2
t considerations ; (or James McKr &; Co.'s ce.ebrated Log and,Timber Dos, 1
; Umbrellas from $150 up. and the Destruction their Larvae. I a o
I Richard Laste4o 'Jas W; Laster: Chs.Insot all descriptions., =
lV Stvlish. handsome in appearance : BK IT ORD IXl D, by the Major; J7 ft. G In. lots 1. J and 3* block I "b & b" atlanta ; Pensacola mark Timber still Market.remains Offie. Phon.. 123.. PHIl. WITTMAN. Mcr
and that will turn The timber
Ii'' atcr.: i and the Council l. of.th City of Pen tl 134. New City Tract $100 'and. other, I very strong there being a demand for Residence," P" "e 1029. P. O. Box 121

t sacolaSection.: consitlerat Ions. i All classes: of material The supply 3U "'- "'- .:.:
C. E Mtrritt to :Mrs': E. M Andort
..1. It shall h ,the 'lIty.orf .!:1:5 limited:And the receipts small. '" .
son, lots 6, 7 and 8. block 161. Clapp .
f i conditions have ----- ----rr --------= --- -- -' ---'---- -----
I favorable
all pert-DBS residing within the corporate Tract $tdO and oth r consideration: \Hhough to market
existed for sending timber ... ....
.I! limits' of the City of Pcnsa I sent bj rail and water has
the amount
cola to, eotor. 'or' screen: before the 1 MoriisDannheiSSer.1. been very small. with the exception

r Ut of.JUrchr: J90>, and theraaftT( I: 01 contract timber. r IAUS'LEY ]!
} } keep tov!red or screened betweenthe LAUREL HILL Ii (Formerly of'Dannht'lssH Bros.) The receipts from

The John While Store 1st of 'March 'and the 1st of November i Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine tf Wines. Beer and Tobacco. pieces during 4i
of each all cisterns; the week,
year Ifce ruling prices, during *
if fpeclallst In Mtn'me'r. I tanks. refwrviors. Including flush tanks Special to The Journal. Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty. Acre about 27 cents 'on thirty foot i COMMISSION BROKERS, ii

i' 205-207 S. Patatox Street. to water closets not In daily use. or Laurel! Hill, Feb. 17,-Mr. J. W:- 12 W. Zarragossa, Street.. averages. ana' 23 and 23 Vi cents on
open bodies of 'standing 1 water upon: Cearj of Magnolia was in town jes smaller averages :
-- 11 WEST
i':. Phone their Pf'l"mises.tl1" wire netting not 1 terday. orAUSLEV ,
larger: than number 18 mesh. Mr. M. A. Davids of BHhel was .
-w- -F Section .2\Vhensvcr It is not! in town Frda)". ,Mr. Davidson Is one I 5HIPPINc'NEWS Liverpool(Cotton Market
Private Wires N. Y. N. and
t practicable to screen or cover: aid of the largest farmers i m the Bethel Clot i Chicago. i iI

cisterns tanks ret ei"viors. ./pr, other; s-UI lenient. J&II..J'eb.... ,..,............................1..8
Open bodie of standing ,wat'r it. shall Mr. D. MY. Williams of WilliamsChapel. F b.-X...................-.........-......-..5.6X..prtl. ;
.r.. Kc the duty, .of the occupants* the l., was here looking after.turpentine ...."'...;..:....-......... .........5.71.I.5.10ifyJiins COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS : I Ii
: I
rrennsM.unless. they be unoceupleil.when shipments yesterday April M&y ... ..
...._...." :583
the owner or agent shall b': Mr, Wm. II. Tynor. who is operating ... .....:...
JQDlJr on.............;.. .1.86 and Sold for Investment. *
Jjld responsible for same whereverthere a turpentine 'still 'jt Pineawaj, Cleared. Jut-A1lpllt: ..__..........................'- 1.6 i Bought on Margin or, t ti
may be such receptacle above! Fla m was' shaking hanaS' with friends Clenwood, Br ss, Richards 1253,,for '.4ujf1II..sep-ber.... .....................5.81 4

( I I described, to oil with kerso cne at I, here yesterday. Port IngHs in ballast.. te.lb4tr-Oc'ober .......967 Reference: First National! and Peoples! B3 ks. Phone 1173
i least every fifteen days during the I County Commissioner V.". A, Camp Ger for Rotterdam 09wber.lfo..ember..............888 i *

i f I,i period between March 1st ana' Novem-; bell from Magnolia was on our streetsyestei Gamma.' with' ss. Berg. 1015 ft''sawn timber Wovember-December .................. ...6.62 ............... .......... .......................
198.000 8
all tanks.i ......
I I'er 1st of each year such da)'. Dec nb r-J a.nry ......

i c.sterns.; reserviors or other bodies; of i i nov J.. L.; Matthews. and Prof. P. 1149.000 s ft lumber :litvwpool Spots,5.88 _.. -r-c;
: Manding water, using not less than G.: Woodruff left Friday afternoon for Sw d Schrlel 1473. -
i Helsingberg ss : ........ ................... ..
one pint _kerosene to every fifteen I the residence of A. G. Marsh where for Genoa. with 820, a ft timber, New'Y.rk'Cotton Mark**. ... .. ........... :

(15) sonar9 fet of surface. they will conduct a few days meeting : Open High Low CoU .
Section "Whenever; It may be I ;. 936,000; s ft lumber" reh......_.. 10.7 10 Tb .10.83 10 8Ka7.

ible to either screen or oil .)Ir. W. A. McCollum.: section for Sailed. .....,..........lo.M 10.91 10.81 lo.biJy.1T. iGAS I GAS !
such receptacle as above proudea I man. was among the DeFunlak Hatasu. Br 9*. for Havre.. r .......;........- 1103 110" lie. 1101
the occupants thereof shall stock with Springs people hero this Weeks Neptun. Ger ss, for Clvlta VeccfcU. OctoberW.44 10." 10 M 10.88 .

minuows qr small fish all cisterns Key. Wm. Sapp will flit his appointment P4ICtmbew.......... : For Lighting. For Cooking and Heating *

tanks.. ?=eniors or other open- bodies at Oak Grove ,Baptist church VESSELS. f'CRT. .!ew York Spots. 11.25 : :

ot standing water. upon their premises rext Sunda).. 3t..rnSfttS.' -
00 end to keep them so stocked from Th cells for the city calaboose: have Ahoth Dutch ss, Mulda. 1298, Rot'terdam Wheat.j '- .: The biggest! merchants of the Doe away with all) work and :

March 1st of each jear. arrived and will be placed in .the,jiew to order. *" "- S ,Open High Low Close country are using 'gas arc )lights trobule! incident, to use of wco) :
Section 4. It shall be the duty of "building this week. Eastlands Br Thomas 2001 M-y--.......8 H 83{ b2>, 6JS for 1'ghtlng!' store and windows. :and coal.I Turn! a_value, strikr
fall persons rosidins within the>> cor- Mr. B. F. Luttrell general managerof Tampico : July._W' 82- si>, t15 I Gas 'f match and you havea' warm :

I-orate. limit>> of the Citv Of Pet sa the Florala Hardware ..Co., passed Gamma Ger 's*. Berg. Fnnchal to J isCHEAPEST glow' or cooking fire .

1st of March and the 1st of November where he expects to : .. ....
Steele settlement Kirkswood. Br ss,' Larson 2095 Lon. Open High Low Close BEST.------ : VENIENT.
517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. i of each year, to enpty at least every place some of th? latest improved don. 1Ifa,... tSfi 43 4- ; 4V :
: v JACKSONVILLE. FLA. all barrels, boxes. Luttrell Is ;t .4 4J 43 43 >
seven days kegs, farming imphments. Mr. a Pleamoor Br ss, f.rest..2803. Mobileto Jnk, -r-. ti i I F I
jars or other vessels or receptaclesof hustler and his method of ooing'busi- master. ; '
o. whatsoever kind upon their ness i 19 gaining favor. for this company i Secunda Br ssrDonnelson- 1309.TenereUfe' ', New York Stock Market.
i I pramises, which contain water unless ir this section. .. : ,r Open C1SOl1wta."PaeiAe. Pensacola Gas
ESGAHBia OYSTER DEPOT. to The W3.- Key er Co.Vivina.533n f: : i ii
Same shall) be kept properly coveredor Mr. Filo McAllister, representing ss/lJustinza, 1983. Liverpool .. .. .. 6ora W1.
I I screened and all such persons or Frank Reilly of Pensacola. was here .. 111,,' 110HA.
Phone 1210. their agents, who may own any vacant -Ttursday. ,to Gulf Transit Co S.R............-. 141 14) ,' Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. *
WET 1land. Swed 6S. Anderson 1473. ........ .. '
t Flue Perdido Bay Plant and Escam- lot within the corporate limits Rev. W. F. Martin left this morning : AMh. 8 80A.B
bla Oysters at reasonable prices. of the City of Pensacola shall cause to fill his regular appointment at Tampico; 'to Pensacolaa .Lumber So.' ................... 164 l/3'g J:...................................... .. ...:
S .. .... >
.. 80 >
therefrom before the Saturday Chip' B.B T. i ; ,
to beremove North Creek'Baptist. church '
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lie >
C. Tabarras 1st of March of each year, all barrtls and'Sunday.: ., J Avon Ital aMp! Avegno, 1601 Genoato B.AO los 4Erie
'. 1 ... .43;%' 4o.r. of the talent think: cotton bad gon:
k<>gs. glass or crockery tin or wcodeu Rosasco Bros : *" .i............ :: 64- 02U. '. low enough that it In fact ,was well Carnival 1 Costumes
boxes jars or any other vesselor STATISTICS.' Ital bk .Avegno .
-- ware VITAL Casanova.- -, -, 1069. B.... 41 i 41H worth its ,present values and any selling -
receptacle which may Record of Marriages Births and Genoa. U.8. pretested.-.X 107 106%
Florida below these prices might prjre
and Alabama water. unless'sanie shall b3 kept Deaths During the Week. Elvira. Port ship Rodriques, 1<88, R.B_.......- 82>J S2>4 dangerous. WILL BE FOR RENT

properly: covered or screened. Following is the record of mar. Lisbon to order. L.* 1(....- ,IC'i 147 Liverpool this- morning came 3 Fancy Dress for Ladies and Gens
l COMPANY I Section 5. That any person convicted riage licenses, births and deaths durIng ....... Lead.--. ...8u1- s3'1c In Velvet, Cambric etc.
with futures
I of violating any provision of the week: ........,.................. 17214 17214 points down on spqts unChanged also
Manufacturers of this ordinance shall be punished bj Licenses. Adele. Swed bk, Janse, 596. Havana Met............................. l1S 1161iCanP&a. but .b-fors the' close there
and Dealers in I a fins not exceeding Fifty dollars or White-Marriage Chester Arthur .Russ to Due Cuiglni Its bk. Olivarl, 1258 : ;..................... 171 4 171w appeared good buying orders both f.r Comical Masks, Stockings Clovti
I by Imprlsonmtnt not exceeding thirty Genoa to.order. ,K.Y.O........ 149Vi 1474P short account. and new lines wa'cn False Moustaches and Hair Goods
LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES Reba Marpurite Butler; Ernest Wil Emelia Ital. bk 'H-a. market 2 to 3
closed the
864 English
j days or by both such fine and imprisonment. Ciampa .OJ._.... 118!>i' 99j8L } at
: AND KilN-DRIED SAP. helm Pettersen to Lillie Belle Gutt- vana. R.D'G.... ....................... liliS 13J:' points higher than the opening prices. .
.. Section 6. That this ordinance man; Joseph Richard Creighton to G dny, Nor bk Saanum; 821, Hamburg P ............_ 181 175 The sales of spot cotton In the Eng
I effect immediately on Us Lilian May Shupe; Edward MacCrac'k.'en to master. JL I........... 25S: UA >, lisb market aggregated SOCK balas Mrs. Nordstrom's Milliner! ],

shall take and approval to Nor' Cherry; Walter Judgeson Km na.., Dan bk. Pedersen 765 I .B....__..... as e, sr;. equal to 12,000 on any other day. No. 11 E. Intcndencia St.
passage to Bessie Idel'e' Everett. Bahai' '- !'.O. L.....:..-. U>>, uiruu The Insight for the week was 188-
i I Section 7. That all ordinances e'rI .
COFFEE ordinances conflict here- Colored-Charley Knight to Del- Pedro Lacave, Span,bk.;Maristang,I 11>4 I3g 000bales' against a Decrease of ]66.*
I parts with are of herebv repealed. phine Ai Palmer; Enos Wynder to 509 Savannah to Rix M. Robinson '!.1'.....,.....,..- Ill'' iwAu 000 bales last year while all kinds decreased Safes! Safes! Safes!
, Amelia Sampy. p'rovidenza Itl bk Olcese. 1185. 4.000'against 149,000 last year
: Births. .. Tonio.. Ital-bk. Tonmo 1032. Genoa: .ley '& Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. 'showing conclusively that cotton was
I We are the Pioneer A Ba. Mademoiselle! Blrth-s-J. B. Goleen and wife a Genoa to master. New York, Fsb 17. The price of :being marketed 'much mor, slowly I Buy Diebold Safes!

Coffee Parisian women have formed a boy; M. P. King and wife, a girl; J Thomas. Ital bk. Lano 803. Naples middling cotton toolav is quoted at i than the previous ,year, ,although the
Roasters I
of league for' the purpose of obliteratingthe i H. Pierponi and wife. a boy. Umberto I, Ital 0 bk, Olivari, 766, 11:25 m New York and 10 11.16 in Sew I total mill takings were 249,000 bales Scarritt Moreno
invidious distinction of title between Orleans[ ; On last Saturday New Orleans .
West Florida.McHUGH'S. IDeaths. Genoa to Rosasco Bros. 'against 278 the previous: year These
the married and unmarried of White -Clarence )McKenzie Oertlng, Schooners.Chas. I was 10% there being no markets 'I figure lea.vel.th$ trader In something Agent

their f!ex. 'Why they righteously demand Mrs Ida Dillon. A. Gilbergj Am sen,, Jasper in New York, showing very little I of a predicament hardly knowing
If married change during the week but with the I whether the Is _exhausted or
,every man, or unmarried crop
i BLENDS is monsieur should not every .. ,269 Horatio Pomaron L. to Baker..: Am sch, ')Mohr tendency' ,towards better prices most simply being held back. .Port stocks 30 TOURS TO EUROPE 2 TO JAPAN

'I"; woman, wife or maid be madam? 720. Lagua 'toJ. A.,Merritt &; Co.; are exceedingly heavy for the time of 'ljtdeisuperlar management55.ti' na
and Liverpool clocks stem to ue *dT nt Fall Tour Around tht VV-KW
: >ear- Kem.
"A baa' madem lsel1 is to be >ir'battl"ri
tlJt Barkentines. Annual Oriental Cruise m tebruarr '
It' have no equal. A trial : It Is all very well' for Beatrice- Am bktn. Casaveggio 1430 Increasing The demand dally) for. the finished article gram N. Free. .

\\'i lIlconvincethecon'noisseur 1 Frenchwomen to, take part in this Rotterdam Penaacola Lumber Co. : continues exceptionally good and if FRANK C. CLARK 96 Bway, New York

grand movement.' but bow are our Good '1"I Caroline Koch Dan 'bktn, Holm sEEDS1 I the spinner is still as short of supplies

. that we American sisters to overcome the'dlf-I I: Fort de' France- McKenzie ,Oerting. as he certainly was at the beginning Lessons in Cooking and Sewing.
I confronting theme & Co. of th and tha hand to
make no extravagant ficulty cannot : $ season Cooking: Vegetables meats. calais;
. believe that our maidens fair and oth. Trousers ,I mouth process :he ban been following deserts, pastry,cakes can'lies' brra-
: claims. erwise are: ready ,to drop the Miss and Gambling. at ,S... would indicate 'he iras, sooner or : course of 12 lessons. J12 Se in-
adopt the Mrs. .if the change of title Is A friend of mine recently returned 6WHICH later, before th, new_crop can beginto drafting cutting fitting, dressmaktn.
: ;: Wholesale to be effected-wlthout the present Hold Creases from a trip to the United .State very move he must t'nter.tb, market and Classes! for women and chlMnn Vr-"
and RetailGROCERS purchase beavilto fill his'ontracta ,
: n
gratifying ,-Chicago Record. A. IclntyrH
millchiedone-by Jessons 250. M.
". ceremony : full of the profession and this with. the known_ large short ttebiw
" Herald. al gamblers and card sharps on the Atlantic interest existing in the market must structor 301 MVret Chase
4 _
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. ;i .. i Well' liners<<: and strongly of opinion SUCCEEDft put the pnoj materially' higher. In -- 0
> L. Well
are re-' the meantime. with, the _exception ofa
that the shipping companies
Four freak wplU have been "broughtIn" Co.
few prominent bears 'Jn New York, Marine Grocery
. L- and all kinds of! Feedi' in the 'Kansas oil and gas belt in I ,. sponsible for the existence: of this evil. ft the American "speculator seems dormant -

Stuffs. recent years Ope at Dexter: Is a hot It is. pretty certain, I believe.,that the either not u'rincbiah way the SU
J : You Buy 604 606,. 603 610 S. Palafox
careful dresser
< air well. It shoots a big volume of hot I The blackleg business Is organized like' any wind blows or not faring to,take on any
air. a hundred>t and 'warms thingsup knows thl!v you'veworn other Industry and' that the gangs who Get the Best I heavy line until he- can 'form some! Phone 725.
trousers that the'crease idea- of what he has to face in the

1 f. Pluto Water hf\t all air around.wel| not Near-Sedan fpiite I s. 'large.is :another Near i i- t 1er wouldn't they stay were in a pressed.dar at- frequent employees the AtlanUc of an Individual liners are or regular firm.- It's the'(Cheapest; In the End. ,I possibly way 0 f a the disposition new crop to prospects- show and Mr V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

t Beaumont a white* gas'sell brought itself I That's because they were It. Is at any rate certain that the mem. t Jordan and the Cotton Growers:

... in. tearingout cuing and wreckIng not made of the proper .hers of the gangs are known to the I ciation, that they' cannot well At'-so-I' HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO

; Wholesale and Retail. the derrick: A column of white material. Tne 'trousers' ships' officers. and my friend tell. m. along without tbespeculator after all.:.. EAT.
gas shot ;up :200:! feet in the air. It jou get here will hold thmwere Landreth's The di .cord In)the '.south during the Just Received
L looked like "smoke' ,but burned all right.A creas :'ng because the. material that the nameS of seven New Orleans Grocery Co. mud, well has Just been struck In I is first class. The pointed out to him on the passenger list I the exterme aid we, fererently hope 50 kits or fancy Mackerel. Ji l i> S'r

Cbautauqua county. .U first there was I. patterns are' vanej"aa: of'the Imer Oft which he returned aDd'f both sides 'willprofit.. br the expen kit. .

: Jas. i a roar and-some gas.. nnd then a column !, also the 'prices. which the individuate identified as they sat,at I ence another season as an. true southerners 50 kits Salmon. U 25; per kItC

McHugh. 'I, of and I shot Qui of the well about range from f r table. It Is' Interesting to note that : New Crop should for :t.eallJsnow it will 50 C kits halibut fins. |1.25 per kIt. ,
I among them was a woman and a youth i ; redound to thegood of one. beloved 50 kits of,Cod Tongues and SOi'
Phone 05. This has "
Proprietor. twentyfivefeet hIg kept '
ofJnnocentappeacan i, sunny south-1and. $1.25 per kit.Bloaters. .
'\ up intermittently for some weeks I It Is of the worst features of-the : ,' Milkers and Roe lIr-t10.
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I I Kansas City Journal.r; ., j HERBINE t' Codfish. Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickle!
I : $l.OO'io $6.OO: ; evil that many .of the victims are Just Received. I '
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OODiAll &or Quern! <' youngsters going out to' America; .(If: !' Renders the bile more fluid and thus German Pigs Feet in kits. $ .00.Mane4val .
Canada with moat of their -worldly \ helps toe blood to flowit.. ,affords Fruit CakeNational
When of Holland and Lanse's
kinds that you want. theqien was stayIng I wealth In their pockets. ; prompt relief ,from biliousness, indi Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake. -*
in Florence<< ,with her mother she ;,
My friend learned that gang i gestion sick and! nervous headaches
OAK AND PINE I beheve herself to be unknown and on his ship got UW '_from: certain and. over.indulgBee In.fo d and drink.t;I per pound.We handle the celebrated blends o,
wandered a great deal about the streetsof and that I, Caldwell Agt. M K. and T. R. Coffee
I passengers at one sitting on a A: D'Alemberte G. Lu Coffee roasted by: the Gulf City
; cheaper than you can buyIt the city.! In one of the poorer parts ANSON ncantvoyage of the'same ship they W. : 18, 1903: "1'Va', ,slck for pver two t Co. H P. Chipman, Manager.

anywhere. Any size you i the young qu,\'rn questioned a beggar H. 0. had fleeced .a young passenger to the :. years with -enlargement' :of the liver Oaxaca. 31c lb; Gold Standard 2Selb
Vbo asked for,,rims and gave him halt Druggist and Apothcary"TelephoDe aid doctor* did me lb Goldea:
,want. I tune of OO9... He therefore urges that spleen ,JThe- no: : Diamond Blend. :25c! ;
i a .franc (10 cents). TIle grateful recipient CASH CLOTHIER as-the ("() mp nles' utw>the individuals 103. I good and L had i n.PP'al hope of,,!|Kio. 20c-Ib.
I having .examined the coin,the donor fcef.se taarrythem t being cur'ed. when my druggist advised Strictly fresh roasted and as goo'lag '
they should absolutely '
.1 L G SEWELLPhone and oncemore the gift remarked: Corner Palifox and' Main. jacket of legal SouthiPaafoi! Street. me to use..Herb ne H has made' any Coffee sold in this city
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dennai cnaracter.- Ana "be looked: ttft be wouldn't test me '" no was tne i a' : J
NINE POINTS very hard at me.- purchaser and findipg out took the "Then It's' mor$ than you can expect but telegram _reacn cr me wnen. I I -"But Jts ghastW I*cried. "To sit Raffles with the other! Once i neara J

"Quite so," said Raffles. "But there .! rest of the week::; but I'did find out us to risk." was dressing fot"ldim1; and talkto an litter.strMlger and to him. though the rooms were not dl-i
and nice '"You are in earnest Be fe!your..roort \tomorrow from Tided by the old fashioned folding
THE was a time I've had of It'e\"er noonand know that*you're at\wOJtk-lo the
something about a !'Iskr' .. _. next
tf LAW .. rest.ot day'clear.. ,
keep RATFLES. doors
"A certain risk is Involved." "** since-backward and forward betwt'en "God wotf! A room!" and. though the door that did,

Then surely three heads will be better Esher and the Metropole where the ."Say !3,000 if you sneceedrV: It_had been\sent- "from' Waterloo "Two thousand apiece."j said Raffles divide them was not only shut, but];

No. 5 of the Series J than two. I said I wanted that Queenslander Is staying sometimes "Four Is our figure. ,Mr. Adden at 6:42. .. quietly. 'I richly: curtained could. have sworn,]

!1,000; my friend here wants the other. twice 'a day; threats, .offers) prayers,' I brooke" I So Raffles was beck in.town. At an "Upon my soul, I,belie.veil shall give I beard him once. I spilled. my wlnej "
We are both cursedly; hard ando t'ntreatle&-not one of them a bit'ot "Then I think'it should be nothing if I earlier stage of our'relations I should it away!" and laughed at the top of my voice!
1899. Gadea SaiIma': 5ai&) up, wt I' "
E L,L," said I into this thing together or not at good!" you taU." : have hunted him up then and there "Not you. Bunny. I know: ;you better at some coarse sally ot my host's

I' "what do Raffles alL Must you have his name too? I J "But," said: Raffles, "surely it's 'a "Doubles or quits" cried Raffles. but now I kpew better. His telegram than you know yourself" and I beard nothing more, though my;!

W it?" you make of should give him my real one, Bunny." ]I clear case? The sale was illegal; 'youI : "Well, that's sporting. Done! meant that he had no desire for my lIe put on his coat and.his'hat ears were on the strain. But later to:
horror when the waiter had final,
I read the Mr. Addenbrooke raised his eyebrowsover I can pay him back bis money and force Addenbrooke opened his tips half society that night or the following "What time have I to, be there" I my

_ advertise the card I found for him; then he him to give the picture up." rose, then sat back In his chair and forenoon; that when he wanted me I asked him, with a groan. ly withdrawn Craggs himself sprang

385 ment once more before drummed upon It with his finger nail. j I "Exactly but not without an action looked long and shrewdly at Rafflesnever I should see him,sown enough. "Quarter to 8. There will) be a telegram op and rushed to his bedjcoom without
replying It
was In the I a word. I sat like stone till bej
last column and his embarrassment expressed Itself and a public scandal and that my once at me. And see him ,f did toward 1 o'clock from me saying I can't turn up.

I of theDallJ' in a puzzled smile. j j client declines to' face. He 'would I "I know your bowling. said he next day: I was jratcMng for him He's a, terror to talk. You'll have no returned.
Telegraph, It raa: "Thought I heard a door goh.
The fact is J' find myself In a dif rather lose even his picture than have flectively. "I* go up Lord's '\I" t J'e-I from my window la 3Iount'street when difficulty In keeping the ball rolling '
. Two i Thousand be Pounds Reward.-The ficulty" be confessed at last. "Yoursis the whole 'thing" get into the papers. ; I want an hour's real rest and be drove up furiously in.a.hansom and But head him off his picture for all said.Iut: have been mfstaken-
allon sum may earned
l ,caJfr: to undertake delicate by anyone mission the first reply I have received. People He has disowned his.son, but he will I teen you bowl again and again_yes, jumped out without,a<>w
I tnd prepared to run certain risk. Apply' who can afford to send long tele- not disarace him: yet. bis picture be I and take the best wickets In England 1 I met him next minute at the lift gates. you say 'you must*go.' He locked up got in there?you" priceless treasure I

I lj rgram.! SECURITY, London. grams don't rush to the advertisementsin L and he fairly pushed me\back Into my the case elaborately afternoon, and It the
was at last.
picture Up ts
"I: think said I 1t's the '
exI the Daily Telegraph; but on the rooms. co eartMy-reason why he should this
point I had kept him to Queens,
I tnotilnary advertisement that ever other hand I was not quite prepared to I I k S "Five minutes, 'Bu 1ny?' he cried. unlock it again,in tim'-hemisphere." land and the making of his pile. I:;,
pt Into print! bear from like lii "Where shall' 1 fladyou when I
men "Not get
t I yourselves. Candidly : sa a moment more. I \. tried to get him back there sow.(bu
.Rifles smiled. and on consideration I am not ( : And he tore off his costvbefore flinging away? In vain. He was rrtunoded' of his

\ot quite all that; Bunny; still, ex- sure that ;you are the stamp of men 1 '. q himself Into the nearest chair "I shall. be dowo at
trsordlnary enough; I grant you." for me-men who belong to good clubs! ; ? "I'm fairly' on the rush'* he panted eaten tbe !)ZST." that Raffle:; had jut. utKuied it,
-Look at the figure!" I rather intended to appeal to the-er- '"having1 the very devil of a '..timt'ot! "But surely I cant see you again this and that set him off With the COBfidential .}

'1t (L* certainly 'large" adventurous classes" } t4 a word till I tell you all .I'" one. I afternoon 1\cried In a ''ferment; for grmility of'a aim wk-o bad ;

".lDd the mission-and the risk!" "We are adventurers" said Raffles : settled my plan of campalg orierday his band was' on the door "I'm not dined too well he plunged, into Us

Tes the combination I* frank to I gravely. .. at lunch. The first thing
| lay the !least!; ot It. But the really "But you respect the law?" El ::1: with-this man-Cragps: You can't break make a messof it!" at the clock. It was only a quarter:

r.ginaf: point Is requiring applications The black eyes gleamed shrewdly."We ti,' &_ _ Into a place like the :\Ietrop le; It's got _"Not'you." lie said again,'"but I shallIf to 10.

bJ telegram to a telegraphic'address!' are not professional rogues, if' 1k to be done ,from the--Inside. Problem I wtfste lanymore time I rye got a In common decency: I could not go,

There something In the fellow who that's what you mean," said Raffles' '' U': };. .one, 'how1 to. 'get' at the fellow. Only deuce of a lot at rushing about to do yet; so there; I sat (we were still at(

I thoajrlit! of that: and something in his smiling "But on our beam ends we i : 2 one sort.or pretext would do-It must yet You won'tefind meat my rooms. port) and learned what had originally'

pme With one word he chokes off are. We would do a good deal for' j _____ be something to 'do with this blessed Why not come down to Esher yourself fired my host's ambition to pos essl J

I the millions who answer an !1,000 apiece, eh, Bunny?" .. :iIi4i ': picture so that,I might see where he'd by the.last-train.? That's It-down :what'' he was pleased ,to call a "real.' '

cpnt every day-\iben they "Anything," I murmured. \.. gre got it and all that_ "Well, I couldn't go I you come with the latest, news! I'll genuine twin screw double funneled,
I the stamp My answer advertIse-I'I The solicitor'rapped his desk. '* .j tI and ask to see it ont of curiosity, andI I tell old Debenham: to expect you. lIe copper bottom old master." It was to,

| bob Rut then I prepaid "I'll tell you what I want you to do. couldn't go as r second representative 1 shall give usboth a bed.. By Jove, hewon't "go one better" than some rival legls-y

Yon don't mean to say that you've I I You can but refuse. It's illegal, but_ It.S\\ : : of the other old chap and It was : be able to do us too well If he's lator of pictorial proclivities. But even'
spiled'" Illegality In a good cause. That's the,.: thinking bow T could go-that' made me I, got his picture." an epitome of his monologue would

Rather," said Raffles "I want risk, and my client is prepared to pay: fiuch a bear at much But I saw myrway "If?' I groaned as ,"he nodded his be so much weariness. Suffice it thatIt

C.C"0) as much as any man." for it. He will pay for the attempt Incase 'I'i .: before"we got up., If I could only adieu. And he left me limp With ,apprehension ended inevitably in the Invitation

Put your own name?" ot failure The money Is as'good : lay hold gf' a: copyof the picture Imlght sick with fear, In' a perfectly I had dreaded all the evening.

"Well, no. Bunny. I didn't. In point as yours ouce you rou..pnt' run ,the : : ask leave to giir'd. compare it ; pitiable condition of pure stage "But you must eee it Next, room.

of Crt I smell something Interesting I risk. My'cheat is Sir Bernard Deben. "with the original'' So down 't went to fright This way"
and !illegal, and you know what a cantons ham of Broom Hall, Esherr '- ''-.i Esher,to find ,out if. the-e was a' copyin For, after all I had only to act my "Isn't it packed up?" I Inquired has..,

chap 111m. I signed myself "I kcow his sen," L remarked.. --existence and was at Broom Hall i.. part.' Unless Raffles failed where he

G'u'f'OO1.! care of Hlckey 38 Conduit Raffles knew him too but said nothing ic ,for one hour and a half yestt'rday'aft- I,never did fail, unless Raffles the neat tily."Lock and key. That's all."

ffoptr-that'* NT tailor-and after send, and his eye drooped .disapproval f rnoon.. TIerewi&.h copy:there. ,, but .and noiseless .waa for once. clumsy andtiwpt "Pray don't trouble," 'I urged.

icz the wVe I went round and told In my direction. Bennett Addenbrooke I'dPtr: ;. rJl8 tilWJ ; all I tad to do was indeed to Trouble be hanged!" said he.

hUD wbat. to expect lIe promised to turned-to ma;. I self' '(there's-' 'copy' there!) has allowed" ;"smile and smile and be a villain." I ."Coice along... S

"nd :tt> reply along the moment It "Then said lie "you have the 'prlT.' ii.J q a coup'e! to' l>e made 'since the picture, ,practiced that smile balf the afternoon.'I And.all at once I saw that to resist

came I shouldn't be surprised it liege! of knowing; one of the' most complete ( ,' ____ 11'* ,has been. In his IlOaSQItSiOn.! He Uuuti rehearsed putative parts in hypothetical him further would be to heap suspicion .' '

!at's it'" youn; blackguards .:about town ___ f : ,.t : '00 up th!_paiuters'r: .jiiltliebes. and"the conversations.. I got up stories. upon myself against the moment

And hrwas anne before a double I and the tons et ongo of the whole trou-: ____ ,_ _4 f .i.- 'rest of r the ,en'ning'l spent' :':Jn buntingup : ;,1 dipped In, a book on Queensland at of Impending discovery I there-

knock .MI the outer door had done ring- ble. As you know the son, you may, __ _____ _e -i',5 /: ; the ,painters tlierasejiies.: tfcelr' j fthe club. And at last it was 7:45 and fore followed him into his bedroom, '
nz through,: the rooms, to return next know the father too at all events by :::, .:: ; : :s-- :? ? work had been' donjon ,commission:> > ',I was' making my bow to a somewhat without further protest and suffered
minute with an open telegram and a reputation and in that case I needn'ttell :' I e One; copy .had gene out'\of the country. elderly man with A small bald head him first to show me the Iron map 3 ,

fare full of DP\I"s. you that he is a very peculiar man..j -'i- ;esres and I'm ,.still' .on te .trek of the other and a retreating brow. case, which stood in one corner. He
What do you think" said be. "Se- He lives alone in a storehouse of treasures _,_ :: : "So you're Mr. Raffles' friendT said took a crafty pride in this receptacle, '
iritTB that fellow Addenbrooke, the which no eyes but his ever beI! --- = Then'you haven't seen Crasgs yet? overhauling me rather rudely with and I thought he would never cease

foiire 'fturt lawyer, and Le wants tome bold. lIe is said to have the finest! collection -" 1 '_ "Seen him and maile- friends with his light small eyes. "Seen anything decanting on Its Innocent appearanceand

Ae" Instanter" of pictures in the south of England him, andy if possible!, :b '1' the; funnier. of him? Expected him early to show Its Cbnbb's lock. It seemed an ',

I'o .POU know him then?" though nobody ever sees them -I I / old cuss of. the two;. but you should :me something, but he's never come" interminable age before the key was4

"Merplr hy repute. I only hope bedesnt judge Pictures fiddles and furnitureare : : : : 4 study '{OlD botb. + tooV;the bull by No more evidently bad bis telegram, In the latter. Then the ward clicked,'

know me He's the chap who his hobby,' and be is undoubtedly, the harpajh1s.mornimg.went In and and my troubles were beginning early. and my pulse stood still.!!

r>t si> weeks for sailing: too close to very eccentric. Nor'can one deny that \ lied like Ananias, and it, vas justas I said I bao not seen Raffles since 1 "By Jove!" I cried next instant I'

[ the1D.I in the there has been considerable eccentricity ', well I did. The old ruffian sails o'clock telling the truth with unction The canvas was in its place among ,
Sutton Wiliner
ca! e.EvcrrDodr Ia
for Australia by tomorrow's boat. I while I could. Even as W e spoke there the maps!
in h his treatment of his son. For
wondered why he wasn't .. I
truCk off the rolls Instead! of that years Sir Bernard paid his debts and linE STOOD SIMPLY POI\TJ\O TO AN EMPTY PICTURE FRAME"must told him, ..a man, wanted. .T to' sell+ "me 'a ".came a knock at the door. It was the "Tnought It would knock you," said '
the other day, without the slightest I copv. 01 ,me rt'leurauuloUlnUl aiana telegram at last, and, after reading it Cragg,drawing it out and unrolling It ,
cegot a first;; rate
warn; side, and blackguard practice on with the I warning; not only'refug to do 'so have by hook'.Qr crook, n I ltbere's on a p'nmb pitch. I Jon't forget the Teresa \elasquez; that I'd bE>enoW'n' himself the Qneenslander banded It to : for my benefit "Grand thing, alo'
to the supposed owner of the it? Wouldn't think it had been
last Gentleman paint.
and Players. I was
ta:f a rae takes it to Bennett any more, but absolutely stopped thelad's the rub. I am to get it back me."Called
straight picture only to find that he had just 1230 ? It has S SOld
ru tell foul. there You're up to every trick-everyone 'out of town} he grumbled. years though-my word! '
Well He
Addl'nbrookte's<5 allowance you by fair means or gives :me
probably the one but first of all the I' I'm Inclined to think that if anybody sod! it to him You should have seen "Sudden illness of near relative! :What Johnson's face will be a trt Jltl 1 '
ttan who what has happened carte blanche in matter, and Iverlly'believe
would have the cheek to put : could bowl out this old Australian his face when I told him that! lIe near relatives has he got?" when he sees It; won't go bragging
would throw in
\b: 4D advertisement you must know, or you may remember a blank
like that and the for Deben.. lIe offered the -damme, I believe you're my grinned all round his wicked old head. I knew of none and for an Instant I about his pictures much more. Why. ,
Oil!' that I appeared young check if asked. one to
man: who
could do it without ex- 'Did old Debenham admit the safer of this one's worth all the In '
man? quailed before the peril invention pictures
(;: ham In a little scrape he got intoa Queeu lander, but Craggs: simply:tore very 'I
msr suyplcion. It s simply In his !' be and when I said be did he Then the colony 0' Queensland
The ] clinched the says I replied that I had never met put together;
bargain was fit
much i
k* *>ut year or two age( I pot him off all j it In two. The one old boy Is as ,
you may be sure there's some- Cafe chuckled to himself for about. five any of his people and again felt fortified worth {50,000 my boy-and I got It.
Royal/ where Bennett Adden
thin; {bnv right, and Sir Bernard ]paid me hand a character as the other, and betweenthe ; "
at the bottom of It. The
minutes. lie was so pleased that he for firer'a
odd tfc somely on the naIl. And no more didI two of them I'm at my wits' end" brooke insisted on playing. host at an by my veracltyorhougbt
:iig; 13 that I have long made up ] did just what I hoped he would do you were bosom pals?" said lIe dug me In the ribs and 8t"emed.ri '
that advertisement in extravagant: luncheon) I remember
ItT land hear or pee of either of them until "S() you put I '
to po to \ddenbrooke myself he showed me the'great picture:-luckily he In the mood for furtheronfidencee..'
last'k," the paper?" laid: Raffles In the dry that he took his whack of champagne with (as I Imagined lJ) a gleam of ,
ifiaents( \( should happen" one day it isn't by any means a, large one suspicion In his crafty little eyes. My appearance checked him and bo\\ t
'*Ed vnu're going to bin now?" The lawyer drew"* his chair nearer' tones be had adopted throughout the with the nervous freedom of 'a man at -also the case-lie's got'it :in. It's an "Only in town." said L "I've never rubbed his hands '. '
forward with hand 1 high pressure 'and have no doubt I
"This minute said Raffles brushing ours and leaned I Interview iron map' case, in which he broughtover been to his place." "If you take It Jlke that," be-J
h:8: hat, "and so are you." on either knee. "As a last resort I did." kept him in countenance by an equal the plans "of his land in Bris ""'ell.H be growled, "I suppose it chuckled "how will old Johnson takej' '

"Hut., I came in to drag you out to "On Tuesday of last week I bad: a "And. you wish us to steal this picture Indulgence but Raffles, ever an exemplar : bane. lie wants to know who would can't be helped. Don't know why he It? Go out and bang himself to his :'
in such mattersas more abstemious I[
lun"b L
I'as to ,
from. ?
telegram suspect! it of containing an old mas couldn't come and have his dinner first 5wn picture rods, I hope! I ,
iou sha'l! lunch with me when we've go to him at once. I found bim wait- It was magnificently said, the law even' than his wont and very te-r'too? But he's had it fitted with Like to see the deathbed I'd go to with Heaven knows what I contrived to J' '.
lII'Pn this Ing for me in the drive Without a yer flushed from his hair to his collar. poor company to boot. I can see him Chubb lock and I managed to at last Struck speechless first ', '
fellow. come on. ,Bunny. a new out my dinner. It's a full skin billet: if say by4} ,
.flu! word he led me to the picture gallery, i "I knew you were not the men" be now, his eyes in his plate-th king- I '
we'll fJioose: your name on the take an interest in' the key while he you ask me. Well, we must just dine I' my relief continued silent from a
ray Mines, G Glasspool. and don't' which was locked and darkened drew : groaned. "I never thought of men of thinking. I can see the solicitor glancing was gloating over the canvas I had without him. and he'll have to buy his very" different cause. A new tangle oti

forget ft.Mr ." you up a blind and stood simply pointingto your stamp! Cut It's not stealing" he from him to me in an apprehension the ,wax in the palm of my hand, and pig In a poko after all. Mind touching I emotions tied my tongue. Raffles had*

Be"lPt! Addenbrooke an empty picture: frame. It was along exclaimed heatedly; "it's recovering of which I did my best to disabuse -, I shall make my duplicate this after- that bell? Suppose you know what became failed! Raffles had failed! Could Isucceed
' occupiedBxetantia time before I could get a word: out ,t (;stolen property. Besides Sir Bernard him by reassuring looks.; ,At the ? Was '
) ofhees noon. to see me about? Sorry I shan'teee i it too late? Was
in Wellington street last he told me that j jI will pay him _his 5,000 as soon as close Raffles apologized for ills preoccupation -I i. ,.I,
Ptrand, and I of him. Then at j Raffles looked at his watch and him again, for his own sake. I I no way'?
bnt lw had was out when we arrived. I that frame had contained one of the | he has the picture, and you'll see.' "called for an A, B. C timetable jumped up saying he had given mea liked Raffles-took.. to him amazingly. .i "So long." be said taking a last nOd ,
only just gone "over the In old Craggs will be Jutt, as bath: to. let and announced his. intention of -
*:ST to the rarest and most valuable, pictures *- : minute too much. I He's a: cynic. Like cynics. One my- at the canvas before he rolled It 'f "
liSted to produ court. and five minute. England-in the world-original Ye- It come out as Sir Bernard himself.No. catching the 31)2 for Esher. "By the way," be added "you'vegot |I self. Rank bad form of his mother or "BO long till we get to Brisbane'" ,

" resolntc a brisk fresh col"o. lasquez. I have checked this," said the no-It's an enterprise as advcu.ture .- "You mu t excuse me, Mr. Adden- to dine with him at the Metro- his aunt; and I hope she will go andi The flutter I was In as be closed the* '

looking man with a very lawyer, "and 1t seems: literally true; if you like-but not stealing brooke, "but. have my own idea and pole tonight." t i' kick the bucket case! : ., .

ts ronldPllt! Tather festive air and black : the picture was a portrait of the In.I I "You yourself mentioned the'l law- ," for the moment I should much prefer "I?" I'. I connect these specimens of his! con- "For the last time" be went on as r ,

P'afles!hat opened wide at the sight of : fanta )larfa'Tt'resa. said to be one of murmured Raffles to keep it .myself. It may end in a "Yes. Don't look so scared. Bothof rrersatlon. though they were doubtless! his keys Jingled lack into bis pocketj, '

| the artist's greatest: orks second on'yto : "And the risk-.I"added. fizzle, so I would rather not speak' us are invited. I swore you were [detached at the time interspersed "It goes straight. into the strong room 1) t '

11: -GlasspooK" exclaimed the law- ,I another portrait of one -of the popesin "We pay: for that;. he said once mpre. about It to either of you just yet. But dining with me. ,I accepted for us i, with remarks of mine here and there. on board" ,. ,

t"1 Rome-so they told me at the National "But not enough," said Raffles, shaking speak to Sir Bernard: I must so will both but I'shan't ?e .there." They filled the Interval until dinneri For the last: time! If I could bqft* ,'

1, name," said Raffles with dry i gallery' where they bad Its history his bead. "My good sir, consider you write me one line to him on your His clear eye Was upon me, bright I i was served, and they gave me an Impression send him out to Australia with'only ita] ,

rontery. j by heart., They say there that the what it means to us. You spoke of card? Of. 'course If yon wish you with meaning and with mischief. I i of the man which his every legitimate content In his precious! '

tf!: w "P at Lord, however! said : picture Is practically priceless. And kicked those clubs out of We should not only get must rome'doT'D with me and heir: implored him to tell me what his 1 subsequent utterance confirmed. It map case! If I could but succeed?

(her slyly "My dear sir, I have Debenham has sold It for them but put hi prison meaning was. j I was an Impression which did away where Raffles-bad failed
I'' young what I but I really don't see much
D like common burglars! It's true we"ebard
tikI! any mistake: ;i "The deuce he has!" saidliaffleS.I >jj,!' up. but it simply Isn't worth it at had his V room," said Raffles. "It adjoins his presence at his table. He was that ter1 have no notion howlong he talked or
Fif And as! usual; way. .
single moment Raffles looked i Inquired who had bought it. the price. Double your" sta.es. and, I though Bennett Addenbrooke" showed '; bedroom. You must keep him sitting rible type, the silly cynic. his ,aim a what about Whisky and soda water e ,

lript SebornoHt Then he shrugged and I "A Queensland legislator of the j for Addenbrooke'1lt'one am your man. some temper when be was-goneand I 1! as long as possible Bunny, and talking I caustic commentary on all things and became the order of the hour I scarcely '
and the Mon r d. all his achievement mere vulgar touched It but be drank copiously
smile )
grew Into a little of Craggs-the lion. John I all the timer! men. ,
I name myself shared his to
'J'nlral Cbu.kle. tagu Craggs. M. L. c. to give him bis : 1">0 you think you could bring It emill. 'extent I could annoyance only tell him no 'I In a flash I saw his plan. Irreverence and unintelligent scorn. and before 11 I left him incoherent;

.So IOU have bowl(1 me out in my full title. Not that we knew anything off? I "You're_ going for the picture while : Ill bred and ill Informed he had (on And the Jalt train for Ebher was the
tern>"' "We could that .it was In the nature of Rafflesto
MId: he didnt try. x I ?" his own showing) flaked Into fortune 11X0 out of Waterloo.
thrn.-, "W>nl don't think I about him on Tuesday last; we i iet'E.'n ( "But have be self willed and secretive, but that we're at dinner .,,- ,
you In' land. Yet cunning be I took a hansom to rooms. I
"nvthing; to explain. I am know for certain that: young I I 1 am. on a'rise postessed my
larder nj. than I wished to admit nnm : Debenham had stolen the picture but i ""Experience- ? Well hard'y' his no man! of my acquaintance had half "If he bears your! > as weiras malice, and he chuckled was back at'the hotel 1 In thirteen mia
dt'r : own on the "And you would really run the risk I audacity and determination; that I, : till he choked over the misfortune utes. I walked upstairs. The corfV
I "He
naniethats and I for money
all be had gone down for him '
rant that ilf'OO' ,eward" : had been refused a' 'tIt for H.OOOT'J my part would trust through "But if be does!" of less astute speculator In the same dor was empty. I stood an instant on
Two Monday 11les looked at me. I nodded. and through and let bUn gang his own 1 cannot feel much the sitting room threshold, heard '
boom. Even t
thOUsand," said the solicitor.Wa. plain enough that he had helped I And I fairly trembled at the thought"If ,
"An- the man who Is not above an j himself was In this WaTt lie had threatened "We would" said he, "and blow. ,the. salt every time. Morel dared notsy be does," said Raffles "there will compunction for my behavior l to the snore within and admitted myself .
IUIIIII.Uoi Indeed oddsr: Men to remote ,those chill misgivings Hon. J.M. Craggs, M. L. C. softly with my gentleman's own key, '
i I to 'he Just. the sort of and this was It. I be la tun "ant revenge, the "It's more than I can ask my client with -which I knew that thlawyer I the But never shall I forget the private which it bad been a very simple roattee!
'>0 don't It't that worry wbeu I hunted biai UI;In town on would be'oit'ot placa In Metropole,
71JU, to pay," fcaid Addenbrooke, growing Went bis \\'flY't 'I situation the to take with me.
Irl.d" Dlutb a life agonies of the listeningto away
ir Mr. The mnttt-r' bowj Tuesday night be confessed as I but I shall; ceJUinJr.tak pro'serTer. "
t'w j of a strictly, private and cqnfl- jn the flnot br ze !E1 jrnagiuable. ttrni,- : I, 0 "That day I..saw ,no_ .2l.or Baffles)-" "... ,jar boot yith' one-car. an4:fog ;t .(Continued on. Pace .



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; 1Uftk fu Louis Friedman &Co.r' S CRACKSMAN i 1 If you are naturally not Courage as strong as your more! fortunate

ajstws, an*for this reason experience
. ,tbe)' prospect of becoming a mother take-courage'_and assunnce
i N (Continued from Pago7IneCraggs from this fact: 'Mother's Fiend is:'meant for you,'and byrts

: ffi moved. He was use yon may-pass through that !
:Extra Specia1S Deft With no-mol a discomfort than that
: : : atretthed'on the safe fast asleep but you8,bry byifrR&o
4 ; not fast:. n.aghvfor mel I saturated Synatdre,are possibly more adapted for the role'inotLerhood

; my handfcarekief, :wtjti fie dtlorotorm,
ftMONDAY 'I had brongbt":and'laid' It gently over h .
AND TUE8LWI! I: 'hia month. TV or ''three stertorous '

:, : 'breaths and the-man was 'a log. ?befterlttested['a liniment of to proven than merit by the, and countless its great strong\wrth and can healthy be no "

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.,... I removed the handkerchief. I extracted
..t .. .- who tbjpugb. its kindly offices_ have entered thisf
.161' . . .. the keys from his-pocket- [ children rkrWb dieappad *f "y 1onnty or weakness. It .
'At t. less T
thaniflve minutes I put them back
\ r t& wbifen external application acts the
"' i"a! eat by upon
Swiss Insertions and- Embroideries -ror-thT15 after winding the picture about my ." is1 Meninal mo des andpesanits:: of a..painless parturition. '
1,000 yards
.m ; ;IOc' body beneath mj Inverness cape. I
25c choice ,only took soma'wbiakjrand. soda water before -
'N' 20 and yard, your .. ; Ni I went.

The train was easily caught-so

: i:, pj 35 Ladies' Skirts, our regular $6 and.$6.50: Skirts i In : order to : 4 AJ HI easily my that:first I class trembled smoking for ten carriage minutesin in .. ---

; close them out quickly your: choice only 'T 1M terror of every footstep on the plat Order: Your
: form, in unreasonable terror till the ICE COAL and WOOD
i end. Then at last I sat back: and lit
; iBJ 25 Remnants Carpets in one and one.half-yard lengths, 7Scto: 99c', each a cigarette, and the lights of :Waterloo Aroxtx theConsumers' *

reeled out behind. Ice and Fuel Company.

: Remnants Silks Dress Goods Ginghams White Lawns fr9QI o great I Some men were returning from the Office-Corner Chase and Tarrasona Phone 259.
theater, I can recall their conversatIon -

' 'I: Sensational Sale at about one.third ,their original price. Hi with even the now.piece They they were had disappointed seen. It-

was one of.the later Savoy operas, and

2aa22222a2e2a2e2222222aaeeaa2aaeaaeaeea2aaa C!? 88 ccaaa they"Pinafore"spoke and wistfully"PatJ of ce.the" days One of of CONSOLIDATED GROCERY GO

.. them hummed a stave and there was
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O+)+:,,,:+:+:"')":+:+:+:"' :'':+:+:+:+J!+:g. at the evening service. The pP Uc In an argument as to whether' the air was" MAIN OFFICE BRANCHES.
out of "Patience" The Mikado.
general Is Invited. I I or j II
i a I I L CARYVILLE They aft got out at Si baton, and I was 1 'ubonmFlorida.; Savannah :a'anpa, Femcola.

Services at the Churches\ Universal 1st alone with my triumph for a few in-
First Universalist Church-East toxlcatfaig ;mlnutea. To think that I
Chase street. Sunday School at 10 a. had succeeded where Baffles had

.: :...: .'; .1( ..:-+-t..:...:+:-..:.,.:+:...:+ :. :+.... ,m. Y. PJ C. U.* 6:30 sharp. All are Special 1 to -The JournaL failed Of. all our adventures this was PAID CAPITAL. $500,000The
cordially.Invited.: E. the 11rst.tn-wbic11'I had .
> ... ,. _. Caryville, Feb. 1-'T1ie-'Geo.: '. played a commanding QoniolMated Grocery CoapAay; U successor to the M. B. Robert
Wood Lumber. has just completeda part, and of them all this
I ( Company, of Jacksonville; the Florida Grocery Company; of JactaonrlUr
day and Friday at 4' p. m. Saint'sDays Army. of water works extend- was Infinitely the least discreditable. .
new system
the: branch of the Florida Commission
::1 i :Meetings nightly at the Army HalL grocery; Company
Holy Communion at 10 a. m. I A cordial welcome Is extended to all. ing through' the entire mill plant. The It left me, without a conscientious of.Jacksonville; the grocery branch e ftho Mutual Naval Store Company .c'
Seats free. A welcome fo' alL sunday school every SundaY' 2:30'p.. pipes are large with a hydrant at con qualm.. I had bot.rob$>ed a robber!: Jacksonville; the grocery branch of the Gulf Naval' Stores Coapany, ,'01
St.. John's Church WarringtonRev. I m. Richard Norris, captain in charge. venient distances apart so as to throwa i ,wben all was said. And'I bad done it Tampa; me grocery branch of the Oa Naval Store Company,of.Peniaook*
: w J. R. Bicknell. priest in charge.At I '. .. stream of water In any direction in myself, single needed! -ipse egomet! the,grocers; branch of the West Gout Naval Stores Company of Pensaooti-{
L 7:30 p. m. Right Rev< Dr. Weed. under the the- branch oT the Southern Na val Stores '
case of fire. This company groeery Company of Saranaaa.
( ': First Church of Christ, Scientist I ptetined Baffles bis surprise and
oC Florida
Bishop will officiate and
'I' J. ,c. Anderson, has Will handle In Hotly and
management of- : everything y Light Groceries, Grain Domeitt!
administer confirmation. ; First Church of Christ, Scientist i delignt He would think a little more
done wonderful work for Caryville aid Imported Groceries, Turpentine :Tools, etc. State Agents for
6ervice the
'Century Missions-Rev. J. R. Bick .at' 11 am.. Services will beheld '' of me'in future. And that future-it Wktti\
buildings Hickory-Turpentine
decaying Wagons.Q
Commencing with
nell priest .charge. At 11 a. m. I in. the' Pensacola. Library build- railroad facilities should be dl ferent We had '!2,000apiece
4f Right Rev. Dr. Weed Bishop of Florida lIt- on East"Chase. .street.. poor machlneqand thfs plant has grown no under its -surely enough to start afreshas : M. COVINGTON MANAGER
I will officiate and administer con 1 millsin honest-men-and all through'me! PENSACOLA BRANCH
Christ to of the largest
4t firmation. .Second\ Church ,of Scientist. leadership one
In a glow I out at Esb'er and
the south. sprang
The. Second: t! Church of Christ
a a I Scientist-: Services, every Sunday The railroad from 'Wtestville:! northwest took the one belated cab that was :...................... ....N.tt.N..NNN.ON.1N11;

Methodist. morning,at 11 'o'clock, Wednesday afternoons -I Is still stretching itself and get waiting under tile bridge. In a per
Palafox Street Methodist Church- 3 o'clock.'Reading room ting closer:to Darlington soon to join feet fever I beheld Bream Hall with I'
Rev. ,V. Q. Vreeland. pastor. Regular open daily from' 10' a.- m. to 3 p. >m.. with the ,Brittain road leading out the lower story still lit up, and saw the Ii MARION CURRY & CO. i
services 11 a.m. and 7 p. m. Sunday where Christian Science literature from Florala which will open up one front door open as I climbed the steps."Thought .

school 9:30 a. m. J, N. Andrews sup- may be had... Room 6 "Masonic Tem of the finest sections of West Florida, it was you," said Raffles 1+ ,
erintendent.. Epworth League 6:30 p. ple. and develop this beautiful pinery now If all There's 16 18 20 MANRESA T
cheerily, right a i: STREET
m. Home Missionary will .
Society St. Cyprian Mission, (Col.) almost in its virgin state.It
bed for Sir Bernard's sitting .
meet Thursday afternoon at 3:30. St. Cyprian Mission (colored) Old Is rally believed 'here that yen. *' up I.
Gadsden Street Methodist Church- Christ Church Building-Rev. D. D. the tic party of Washington to' shake ;TOOT'tani l Z PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.WHOLESALE :
Rev. F. '..1\. Rogers pastor. Preachingat :Moore pastor.. Sunday school fi:30: .:; g'Cr'an early primary electionto Hia" good stets disappointed me.

11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday I a. m. Services'11 a. m. and 7:30 p., officers to be voted for ,Bnt-I-knew man. He was one ot I. ------
ri fi school 9:30 al: "in, Epworth League m. Holy communion every third Sunday this fall. 'There has been no official i i iIi
i 7p.m. yet.
ft .. announcements, made for office
t BISHOP WEED sever Had the Chaee. One of /principal issues to come
Bishop Weed will administer con Lutheran Church. Tom-Jack Nervey caught May Peoblsin. ,'.'Ib. fore the people is the division of I Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs i

firmation at St. John's church, Warrington. German Lutheran Church-"Rev. J. the dark hall the other night and this and' the man who can't ,
and CenTUry Mission today. F. W. Reinhardt, 'pastor. "Suntfay kissed hel"i i. stand for division will hardly be knownas

School 9 a. m.; German service 1030; t Tess (terribly shoeked)-Did you ever! a candidate for representative.The Ii Only'Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantit !
a. m. English service 7 p. m. Vestry : demands for a new county to be ,
Following will l he the order of services meeting after clcso of morning I Tom-No, but I think I ;wonld.-Philadelphia J'. taken from p portion of Holmes and Experienced Grader. Prices Riflit. Grades Perfect. :

at the various churches throughout service and church meeting after close Press. Washington is made by men who : Trial Order Solicited Write for Prices. :
the city today: of evening service to take action on have accumulated large interests along 'i
Catholic.St call of the pastor. AH members requested AnxloB POP Particular. I,the line of th\! L. & N. railroad within 2 Telephone 208. P. 0. Box 661. >:
to attend.Scandinavian "I dreamed last night that I had proposed the decade. !: of the most
Michael's Church. First mass 1 Lutheran Church to and'been accepted by the most i. prosperous past farmers Many also trade in the i NN1NNd .............N s.t.NN.N.O...4NNeNNIN
o'clock children's mass !9) o'clock: .
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Services at 10:30 a. m. and 5 p. m. beautiful girl In the world towns on the railroad. While the -- ------

o'clock.last mass 10:30 o'clock; vespers1 Rev. Hclle, pastor. "Did you? .Where did you dream we county south of the base line naturally "I trust ;you won't," said Sir Ber- INf
St. Joseph's Church-Services as follows were at the time 7"-Chicago R COl'd. I .belongs to St. Andrews, north east nard, smiling "for ;you are certainlytwo $25 REWARD
: Baptist. Herald. and west bay and the contiguous sections very daring young men. Let us
First Baptist Church Sunday with the completion of the rail ,
Sunday 7. a. m. Low Mass anal In. hope our friend from Queensland will
school 9:30 lUlU a PuimlF. road from to St. Andrews
a. m. Chipley we
Ktruction. 9 a. m. Sunday school. 10 do as he said and not open his map
Instruction. East End Baptist Church, 11th Ave. 'They say that poets have to be may look for an impetus in immigrationand
High Mass and p. .
e m. case tlll.be gets back there. He will
Benediction of and Chas Street-Rev. J. W. Senter- bonLtt business never witnessed before, e
m. Vespers Rosary and find check awaiting him and I
I the; Blessed Sacrament. fit, pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. ''Th r8 what they say but I never and the demand will still be greaterfor my Mks
Mass during the week is at 7:30 a. m. Preaching every second and third could understand wb,...-Cleveland a division of old Washington coun fkT' shall be very; much surprised'' it'he

m except Mondays: and Fridays, when Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 D. m. Plain Dealer.A ty. troubles any' of us again.'
% Raffles and I did not speak till I
Prayer meeting: every Tuesday night
4 : it Is at 8 a. m. During Lent and the ;
months of May and October it is at at 7:30 o'clock. Di>qnt tlaor An.wer. There's nothing so good for a sore was in the room which bad been pre
Sam. West Hill Baptist Church-Sunday Missionary-Do my brothers camp throat as Dr. Thomas Eclectnc Oil. pared for me. Nor was I anxious to

i Confessions! in tho evenings before School 10 a. m. Preaching every first here as a rule or do they; go farther Cures It in a few hours. Relievesany do PO then. But he followed me and
Sundays Holy Da's'or Obligation and and third Sunday at 11 a m. and 7:30p. Into the Interior! pain In any part.FURMTIRE. took my band.

First Fridays: from p. m. to 9 p. m. m. Prayer meeting Sunday 7 p. Native-All depends on big chIef's "TM OM'. worth 50,000, my bot!/" "Bunny," said he, "don't ;you be hardon

r Baptlsirs Sundays ai :2: p. m. or by m. appetItePuck.Sorrow. those who wear their brightest smile in a fellow! I was in the deuce of abolT.f wY

appointment. Presbyterian.First BEING the blackest hour. I knew him too and didn't know that I should
of It. ever get what I wanted in time, and
L Presbyterian Church-Rev. well by this time to be deceived.
Church of Christ.Church
Julian S. Sibley, pastor. Sunday Husband (during the spat)-Anyway; SACRIFICEDTHE "Pre got It!" I cried in his ear. Tve that's a fact But it serves me right
i: of Christ cor. Jackson and school 9:30 a. in. Christian Endeavor I'm not afraid to say; what I think. got It!" that you should have gone and undone
t.,. l\lcanlz Streets. Blbl school 10 4:30 p. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., and Wife Xo, I suppose not, but you r "Got what?" he asked me, stepping one of the best things Iever did. As WARRANT for the arrest of this 1ro(
a, m. Communion service 11 a. m. 7:30 p. m. ; ought to be ashamed to.-Detroit Tribune RHODES. FLITCH COLLINS back. for your handiwork old chap you man. She is about 25 years of are
Preaching 7:30: by W. T. Tracy. ..
: HI.
p. Sunday school at the Stoddart Avenue "The picture 1*" won't mind my saying that I didn't weighs 135 pounds. thirk, dark tai!:,
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening :Mission at 3:30 m. C. F. Zeek
p. FURNITURE CO. OFFERING think bad itln In future"- fpt't
: "What you ;jou. high forehead brown eye.fiAP
:. ?:,45.11 welcome.! superintendent All are cordially in. ,
": Epi6Copal.r vited. Entitled 'f. a Decree. WONDERFUL: INDUCEMENTS "The picture! He show/I it me. You "Don't talk to me about the future! high. wears No. 6 sho"s, uppt'r *">
"Has she grounds for divorce" I cried. "I bate the whole thing! I'm
Christ Church-Rev. P. II. Whaley. had to go without It. I saw that. SoI gold flllad and one crowned tooth sn I*
!D. D. Rector. Regular services at Christian.First "Oh. yes. She Is too lively and at. TO THE PUBLIC determined to have it. And here it going to chuck it U?t' has long fingers with round na!:>

,'::?0 and and 11 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Christian Church-Gregory, tractive" to be restricted to one hus ... is." "So am I," said Raffles! "when I've Plump of figure and fairly prettv ll, . Sunday School 9:43 a. m. Wednesday two blocks east'of Palaf01 St. 'Sunday band. -New York Press. I "Let's see," said Raffles grimly. made my. pile." .. 1 x_ maiden name was Thompson. .tt: .)

" and Friday services at 4:30 p m. school 10 a. m.. H. J. :Mackey, Supt. The R 1od s..f'ltch-Collins Furniture I threw off my cape and unwoundthe i name she has possibly assumed
St. KathJ'ine's-Cervantes and Da- Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sea Perallarttr.Stubh Company is receiving large shipmentsof canvas from about my body. While Wire sheriff at DrFuniak Sprnr
Aife street Rev. Andrew T. Sharpe. S. by O. P. Spiegal, general evangelist, -I notice that you refer to all furniture every day with a view of I was doing so an untidy old gentle- HERBINE Florida; 125.00 reward for the -hi'''+
}iT. B. rector Sunday services 1:30 of Birmingham Ala. Morning subject elephants an feminine. Why so? carrying the largest line in Pensa; man made his in the hall Renders the bile more fluid and thus Fisher Monroe Douglas This *om '.
-s ices 11 a. m. and 7:30( p. m. Sunday : 4-Our Congregation." Evening; Penn-They are so afraid of mice*- and stood raised helps the blood to flow; it afford Florence Wood kidnapped him fro;!!
School 9:30:: a. m. Services: Wednes "Free Grace Miss Burrow will sins Chicago News. cola.Mention was made in these columnsa brows. looking on with eye- prompt relief from biliousness indigestion Freeport Fla. on the night o' Seym-

.. .. few days ago that half! of the ground sick: and nervous headaches ber 6th. 1905. The child Is 6 rearsoi I i,
-- Looks pretty fresh for an old master and overindulgence !in food light hair has >upper fore
i floor of the Southern Hotel had been and drink.G. fair skin ,
h rented in addition to the firm's present doesn't she?" said Raffles. I* Caldwell, Agt. M. K. and T. R. teeth rotted off; very pump! wpfcht
floor space, and also that they haj His tone was strange. I could only 18, 1903; "I was sick for over two about 50 pounds; very bright ("hI!).
engaged a large warehouse on West suppose that he was jealous of my sue years with enlargement of the liver Expenses paid both wars" deliver?
Garden street. cess. and spleen The doctors did me no I child to DeFuniak Springs Fla., !in dl-
} ISN'T IT INTERESTING and SATISFACTORY This was found Inadequate, and an "So Craggs said. I hardly looked at good and I had given up all hope of dition to the $25 reward.

\; extension is now being built in the It myself." being cured when my druggist advised II. A. DOUGLAS.
'- rear of the present store. I "Well look now; look closely. By me to use Hcrbine. It has mademe Father of the "'hZi:
1 These people are offering special inducements I Jove, I must have faked her better sound and ;welL" SOc.-.' Sold by all, DeFuniak Sprint Fla.

to know that you have one of the to all persons who are in than I thought!" druggists. .
the market for furniture, and these "U's'a copy!" I cried. .
largest and most complete stocks of are real inducements too. Just think 'It's the copy," he answered. "It's TWO GRAND BALLS A GENTLEMAN'S' TASTE IS SET

of buying a nice cobbler seat rockerin the copy I've been tearing all over the A
cherry or oak for$1.60;and a fine MONDAY AND TUESDAYTwo SUITED WITH
1. I country to procure. It's the I
HARDWARE. PAINTS. CUTLERY. GUNS. RIFLES. PISTOLS. solid oak. cane bottom chair for 60 faked back'and front so that on copy your
cents, and a fine hat rack for $4.75. own showing it Imposed grand balls "will be given at C. CERTIFIED CHECK
i The Rhodes-Futch- o1lins people offer upon K of A. hall on Monday and Tuesday
terms of the most liberal nature, and might have made him happy; for I night. Barrios' full string bant will 5c .ciG R.
METALLIC AMMUNITION ETC., for instanoe, just think of buying a life. And you go and rob him of that:* be in attendance. All are cordially
fine, new celebrated Buck store by I could not Pf.ak.i invited and visitors are 'especially All the qualities of flavor aroma -
... paying two dollars down and one dol--i ,"How did you manage it?" inquired welcome. The popular Jos. Santo will color and good material is

in the South to make your purchases from. Interesting lar per week. In fact it Is an established Sir*Bernard Debenham. I have charge of the floor. The committee embodied in it.
fact that customers can almost "Have you killed him?" asked Raffles reserve the right to reject all ob- i
because we can save you money. Satisfactory because make their own terms on furnitureand sardonically. ,jectionable parties,. A. Greenhut & Co,
it is convenient for you. house furnishings at this big! '1 did not look. at him. I turned !
store. Sir Bernard benham, and to him 11 i RHEUMATISMWhen
Mr. Collins, manager of the firm PENSACOLA FLORIDA.
my story hoarsely, excitedly, fo pains or irritation
Wrought Iren Pipe and Fittings, Rubber Belting Hose selling matter about the exist on -
and goods no
it-was all that I could do to keep from I{ any part of the body the applicationof
is a but he believes' inprice
young man breaking down. But as I spoke I became : Ballard's Snow Liniment gives I -iiti
LARGE STOCK ,OF MILL SUPPLIES. at 36,East so if Garden you need and look furniture over their call calmer and I finished in mere i prompt relief. F. W. Sullivan Prop." : H1HHHl' 1

stock. I bitterness, with the: remark that another Sullivan House, El Re&o, O. T.:writes PIANOS AND ORGANS. }

Oat tifoi-Towa Orders I, time! Raffles might tell me what I June 6, 1902: "I take pleasure in recommending 1to CASH OR EASY TERMS.
GORDON & BROWN he meant to do. Ballard's Snow Liniment 11All Piano Work Guaranteed. 8
HOW. GO i ii
I 6Speciai Attention. Torturing eczema spreads its burn i "Another timer!* he cried Inst to all who are are afflicted with rheu 11CLUTTER" RUSHING, .If
ing area every day- Doan's Ointment matism., It is the only ST. s
Quickly stops Its spreading. Instantly "My dear Bunny, you speak as. ntlY.1 have ,found that. gives immediate '
relief. PHONE 476. 1I
f' relieves the Itching cures it permap- we were" going to turn burglars ." 25c; Sac and l.OO.. Sold by all I:
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or us nasn worse and worried-.over; them;;;; and showtime
forgotten them after ? Next
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In ton- birthday'. '>. .' and we should Brush up on our history. 'Here aVe e ighf; suggestions ;t'O.' : > 4 v" ..j'.- ; 'THE. GREATEST SPECTACLES OF AU. BEAUTY. rr

help you out Can- you give the correct answers?'.x %v -t.. Hanlon Brothers

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PRICES 25c, 50c, 75o and 100.

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in The Journal last Sunday Feb. 11, Bell+ Murphy City.. !' Edna Viola Riedel "Xo. 3. May/'las' soon and as often as her name is "My Dar 3!. Mayea: I 205 S. Baylen.

MANY NSWEAE picturing the names of the!!* girls; to llennette Fa nine;., City.: 4_. : which! ,is so nearly correct ,it seems a the first drawn from the lot. As I am in very, great need ol Illn -- --- -- --- --- '
whom Bobby was sending Valentines, Ssdia Bernstein :City pity site failed to notice that big "R. "Dear Mr. Editor-I am a Httla money,
were: Burton Johnson:,City:-. .S y." girl and live in .Miss., and am a stranger Thought I'd join the band again and
Correct Answers. Robert Sublette John on/. City Marjorie Mcl.. an. "Xo. :., May."i i to :you, but would like towin make it.funny,
Xo. 1.-Alice.Xo. Thomas Clinton hard Brewtou, Such. a nice list, too. .. I i"that dollar" therefore I have guessed Although the dollar is so large and Klondyke
LAST T WEEK'SrUlllES :.-Daisy.Xo. Ala. r *, ,' Ida Vanderslice! and Mary Ida l the puzzles this week for the first round and bright,,
;::.Mary. Alice P. Pritchard, City." Saunders. Xo. 2. Mattie." .times yet if I should fail I intend to It manages somehow, to keep out bl
Xo. 4.-Maud.Xo. Stewart Brittain, City.-: Clara M.. Kathleen and Helen T.] "try try again. Now Mr. Editor if my sight. '
5.-Dora: Marjorie Smith, City: '! Stokes. "Xo. 6. Maggie." I succeed in winning the prize please,
Xo. C,-:\ a clge. Klmire Bell' City. Edna Grace Denver and Willis send it to me b)' mail as I am too I Lone once it came within my eager
Xo. 7.-Gladys. Clara -Sche t1.. City. j Crace' of Gouldin Colorado''Xo. 6. far away to call .at your office. Your grasp tCafeThos.
Xo. 8.-Bertha. Maud* Clarke,. City. Midget"-These little folks evidently little friend Mildred Louise. Bowman. Dut now wrien I read the answere It
Xo. 9.-Sarah. Julia Hagood, Epartanburg-; S.,'C. write their own answers and Willis Hollandale Miss. makes., me gasp;
Correct Answers Received. Nearly Correct., sends a little not on the margin of "I have ben so busily engaged thatI Some other girl or boy's name to see .
The following additional names ,arc his "coupon" sa'inglamma has I have not tried the puzzles for sometime Where 1 long go much for mine, to be. r
Correct answers to Bobby' Valentine promised to take to Pensacola for "bad Kathleen McKinnon."
all: "Honorables, but they missed"! us but like a dollar" have
Army Turned Out in puzzle pictures in The Journal ing entirely correct the Mardi\ Gras if her cold is' -better so come back again. Only I hope it will I My dear Miss McKinnon
of Sunday, Feb. 11. were receive J. Walter Kehoe Jr., "Xo. 5. Barbara : she can l leave here. be a good dollar and find me this time. I You once have been winnin H. Rancher, Piup.
from the bright boys and girls in The Louise Finley "Xo. 6. Cedras," and And so- must never. give
Force-Miss Clara Sheet No. G Genie. while Jack J. Ke- Respectfully Mary R. Hilbun. City. you up 8t
? Journal's puzzle army as follows: hoe ha3 "Xo. 5. Barbara" but "Xo. 6. "Xo. 8. Amy:' It is the. "good" dollars that comeback For-in' the deep sea
Clara Wiley. Hammond, Ind Hester." Bessie L. Ferryman, "Xo. 6. G. r.trude )lissfary.. As thick as can be
the Prize Winner.Th Josephine Cottrell .New City. Frances Hill, (Savannah), "Xo. 8.Abby. .,, ." "Dear Editor-I failed on the puzzles There are Puzzles and Puzzles SO;
Gregory J. Quina Jr., City ." Millie Lucy and Ed. Swaine, "Xo before, but I hope I hav, them
!t.ri\'p Anna Lisa Henrickson. City i/ Kathleen :\Ic Kinnan, "Xo. 8. B?lin- 3. May," and "Xo. 5. Sadie." correct this time, even if I no not win thick you can't see Lpstairs, corner Zarragossa,
oi/ th! Puzzle "Sjer"t girls Virginia C. Walker. City. /J da." Alice Metcalf "Xo. S. Hanna." that "Almighty dollar" Your little Just who will-win the next-"cup."
mi shi thi, Army rose up in their Annie 31. Quina City. / Louise E. Harrison, McDavid Fla.. Fannie Gonzalez, "Xo. 8. Abigail.." friend; Louise E. Harrison. McDavid; and Baylen streets ,
bow week and it is astonishing Bessie Henson, City. >J 1 "Xo. :.!. 1lattie.oo11amie Jessie Van Pelt, ":-\0. 2. May" and Ha. "My child was burned terribly about r
nJanof ftem
understood Bob- Steila Reinhardt, City. \ Frank will that hers "Xo. 5. Sadie ,
i" s; puzzling A. see That's the right spirit, 'Miss Louise the fare, neck and chest I applied ,
('ne of valentine addresses Clara Reinhardt! City. were not quite correct but she must William. B.. Farley. Jr., "Xo. 8. Han and you'll capture that dollar yet, "if
the first to reach the Puzzle Arthur C. doh' City. ah." Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. The pain
Muir "Keep on kepin on" till she kets on you tatm't watch out.
Indiana: this, time was from way up in Oscar E. Wells. City. the honor list! and captures one ,of 'Henry Collins "Xo. 2. Mandy You are a most )welcome "rejoiner"Miss ceased and the child sank into a restful Just Opened!
>EK CoIn and the last was from Gould- Elizabeth Sigari. City. those big silver dollars. I>jla 'Johnson's correct answers to Frances and trust you will "Keepon sleep."-Mrs., Nancy M. Hanson
ThatBerth BennIe Bernstein City Susie Ketterer City. last w. -ek's puzzles came with this keepln' on." Hamburg :\. Y.
PUllprl) A, separated more William F. Lee, City. Ioui9 Barbare City. weeks batch of answers.
thing, from a chance at that Clara Girl, City. Dennis ,, Fagan City. Ray Merritt-"Try, Try again." You
but slippery old dollar" than Andrew Brown. City. Cook Rettinger City. are all right but not quite all your f
tl'rp MU xW"er t eparate l from a silver Regina Girl, City Lena Israel), City. answers. Everything New and U -to*'
Chap a Pullman Porter. Nell West City. l/e 1lutt:>rspaugb, City. Theresa Riedinger will please keep PUZZLE' ANSWER COUPON t '.
''nwe Puzzler who failed to get a Charlie De'lmar. City. Ethel Xeel. Crestvlew, Fit oil trying. Date F
; answer correctly, gives "Xo. Barnie Laughton, Cirj. Everett (IPr'xe' City. Ruth Ceruti ":-\0. 3. May. : ; -ji
Mammies Lil Lamb" "No. 8." Lee ." Answers Must' Be Written on This Coupon Blink. Ne ,
as Nellie Glackmyer.) City. Lola Daniels City. Claude Runkle, "Xo. 2. Iay '
'Mies Soap, Porter," and "Xo. 5. C. Maud Barker Roberts, Fla. Will E., Daniels. City. Pamela Lamar got th., "hardest"one > v Attention Will Be Paid Those Net Written On It Mo i' .
* Naiura," but he 13 evidently! a Richard Barker, Roberts Fla. Alvin Brittaln City. and missed the others. ifs, Exception: to this Eute. I
:mbug of the deepest aye and old Mabel Bowes City. Mildred Louise Bowman. Hollan- Milton Newton Diden "Xo. Z. Car, /
c M'-<>iin to vote. Gillfs Morgan City. dale. Miss. rie." ". .My answers to the,puzzles in The.Journal today arc as follows: Open Day and Night.I

'' ciara Scheetz of 218 East In- Master "C. J." Hinberg, Citr. Arthur and Manuel Johnson, "Xo. 5. Mac Hod kins. "Xo. 3. May" and ,
im df'n"a.. is the fortunate winner this win Sam Barrow City. Sadie." "Xo." 8. Xora.' 'N0.1. ,/
and is invited to call for the dolor Charles J. Chunn. City. Claire, Killeburn "Xo/3. Martha. Wilma Dailey. ":-\0. 5. Adeline," .. ."
al The Journal office. Gladys Bell City. John ani Clara Frenkel, ":-\0. 3.'Sadie. "Xo. 6. Gertrude. ar
correct answers to the Puzzles Mary R. Hilburn City. ." Harry Porter "Xo. 5. Sadie." No. Z ..
-. Willie Wilkinson and "Little PHONE 96O.
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t i+wM.MtITNrUr / 111MI>I+tI iRt Sii Annie keep trying and '
I Allen mutt

I Our Pi; ;Api;; i; -n---; : /:*E k but!she There, thy sooner will are be will or."others 0.later.not K. "who feel and missed get.discouraged that more dollar a No. 4. ... I If You Want I : {

: of Pianos will -perform Satisfactory a ,when they learn that some on the :No. 5No. Your Linen
1 Anyone our correct list to-day have been trying,: to
;J.i Service for a lifetime. They are perfect in { for months but this is their "first ... 'I I 4f i

:, LU U bySpecialists action and'their tone quality are unexcelled by whack! at Some that Letters old dollar.Received. 6'- LookWell :

:,,1 i any in the world. You can have your own time Here's a cute little valentine from

:i for paym nt 1;E E i a,former puzzler: : No.7N0.8 And last well yon wlu send/ 4
.. You can nave your own time for payment. ;:HI I my:"Dear answers Editor in-again.I am starting I gut the to send dollar I them here do this for laundering.We work well-. non i

: ll I one time when we wer living In U can do it tetter.
.1 '.f ]Pensacola,. We moved here during r : next bundle.
r Try us on your
1. t j,the yellow fever. They don't sell The n No.9-

,I, Kranich & Bach, Lester, Mehlin, Clutter Newton and Cassel ml;our Journal friends in ,Savannah in Pensacola, but sena1 sometimes: It to us. < The Star Steam:

.... Your loving friend Frances Hill No. 10- D D.n Laundry. t
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Oldest and Largest House 114-116 Phon16 S. Palafox St. 'Ji.! ; Here is a true Army girl, and .n NameStreet- ... 37 E,. aara.n 8U PhonPcnMeola 1t4 '
I Music Heus. in Clutter Music PENSACOLA "I Mayes will ,send that dollar to her I '
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"f with the little real heart cakes delight t-1| aaeaaaa a Saa aaaaaaae aaaaaa
1: *<* the little company as did tha ,birth. ': aaaaa

:: daycake in the form of a pyramid M*
; ? et& PEOPLE and EVENTSSeen bearing four ]lighted candles which I'

; I Caster Tom Kennedy ."blew" out. I: S
I ; Miss Ealalie Valentine's guests : STORE SURGING SATURDAY
were Masters and Miss Katharine .
Heard Levis.: Jeff and Frank Beard Anna I $ 8
I and Done Among Those
Who Go, Come and ::. and C. w. Lamar. Jr., :Margaret and JH
Charlie Oliver, Peter Knowles, Clinton

| Tarry Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. j jfe ;r:; ritt Benito, Alice Reilly Davenport Louise Horrie Beaton Clara and Russell Crosby Eulalie,Scar-Willie and- Si H' with VALUES anxious the, eager BIG BARGAINS buyers", all taking of our advantage now famousIOdd of the MARVELOUS flj fl

\Uohnson Irma Pou Lucy Anson
By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669. J JXSeBSXXaXXXKZXZiBtBS& :J Etta Haley,' Marshall Higgins Reg,
: maid DeSilva Beatrice Hyar. Frank

lin Forb .s. Ignatius, Quina James and End !
I I = Christy, Clifford ClarkE.. Warren SaleU!
MRS. OSGOOD ANSON 7he Journal's Iteira. Angelo Haley and Tom Ken-
ENTERTAINS, CARD CLUB. Daily Fashion Feature nedy. *
Thursday night :Mr. and Mrs. Os : .to -.- |

the good Neighborhood Anson delightfully card club entertained at their A MISS RUNAWAY MATCH FERRELL. fU But then you know MEYER'S: way-rather sacrifice the goods than m

attractive homo on West De Soto. A young BOND-MR.couple. Mr. William E. Fer- fU to carry, them,over. So again we say ,ALL-WINTER WEIGHTS fj

'4 The gameas an interesting ancrpiriteo rell and Miss Mamie Bond: boardedthe fO MUSTIMOVE. :
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t one unusually prettyprizes. 4 o'clock train Thursday afternoon -
The ladies first a t eautifu

-4: '- bon and bon Mr. epoon DeSilva. went was to ths):Mrs.winner DeSilva of were ley. unite and went- In marriage to Milton by where Judge they Hoi-: m j Note Well Some of -the Many Values That Await You. g 8 8JP

the men's first prize a. silver shaving
brush. )1rs. Smith of Minneapolis 1/ They returned to the city on the 7
I 1 o'clock $7.00 Edwin Clapp Shoes, now $5.73
U train and went quietly to the --------------
won the ladies consolation a silver hat : ----------------- fl
II I I' residence of Mr. E. A., Guillot. 43 EastChase fU
pin and Dr. Higgins the men's which $5.00 Men's Shoes, now S3.93 fj
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wag a silver' tea ring. II I I I where they bad arranged to re-O
Men's Shoes ..
$4.00 now ---------------- $3.14
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Mrs. Coulter of DeLand Mrs. Stru- II 'r i i I side.The -------
bel (formerly! Miss Ernestine Yong), 7 bride's! parents had forbdden: fli $3.50 Men's Shoes, now $2.88
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and Mr. and Mrs. R, C. Smith of the match and knew nothing of It N
!{ 52.5OMen's Shoes now ____$ 1.93
!Minneapolis were the visiting guestS until Saturday when the secret leak --------- ----------------------- fl J

I 1of th. club. ed out. Then :Mr.: and Mrs. Bond forgave -I HI 99c a pair Men's Cable _Screw_ Shoes, the pair -----..: :-=_-__________ 99c Q '

Mrs. J. JL KeHar will entertain the them and last e\ening all were' ffi $5,00 Ladies' Shoes, now ______'______$3.94
'happily reunited. ------------------------- f fl
club next Friday night at the residence '
of Mrs. 33itz"' The news will bo a great surprise ffi $4.00 Ladies' Shoes. now _______$3.09 fj
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to tho fn>ids of Mr. and Mrs. Ferrell. $3.50 Ladies' Shoes
y. now
_$2.93 fj
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ALABAMA LADIES oIl\ will unite in good wishes.
SPENT PROFITABLE Hie groom is electrician 'j fU S2.50 Ladies' Shoes, now __$ L93 fj
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LOCAL CHURCHES. Madras, Ga., but has been: in the !fu 1.50 Ladies' Shoes, now ___$ 1. 12 fj J
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The services held by Mrs. Strout ploy of ih, 1 local 1 Southern Bell Telephone tu
s 1.25 Ladies'Shoes now .:. ___ ______ 98c 6
and Mrs. Barnett of Evergreen Ala. Company. J ----------------------- ---

at the Palafox and Gadsden M. E. -+- m $ 1.00 Lafies': Hosiery, now _* _______ 49c S J
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'UT'C"be8. Wednesday afternoon and ; ST. VALENTINE DANCE i
AT C. pj 75 Ladies'Hosiery, now ____________ 39c 6
evening >*ero of much Interest and K. OF A. HALL. I ---------------- --------
profitable to all who attended. 0 Among the many celebrations of J SOc Ladies' Hosiery now 33c fj
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Many were inspired to greater faith Valentino day was a dance given St.)1 f m 25c Ladies'
I Hosiery, now ..; 19c tJ
the ;
and endeavor for the advancement young ladies of tho West Side. ---------- ------------ -----------

of the missionary cause and a number cial Club under the management of !N $1.50 Ladies' Felt J Juliets, fur tops.__________ ----.------- _____ 99c fi
of ladies were added to the local Mrs. Dna Shotz Misses Louise Gra !! H W
ham, (Joanna and ..
force of workers. Eleven joined the Annia Christopher-
society of the Palafox chnrch and two sen. Louise Dooley and Inga Torkel-- i S: MISSES', BOYS'' and CHILDREN'S. OES, all cut same proportion. If fJ

. that of the Gadsden church. sf-n., nil you are looking for REAL LIVE BARGAINS. then N
A. delightful social hour followed invitations sent were all Valentine .
each service conversation being interspersed -hearts ornamenteoi with pretty ;Rj come- to this! AT. ONCE. fj

;;t with music song and recitation Tibbon. ,
:. the daintiest of refreshments The hall was artistically decorated
being served to enhance the social with bamboo, ferns and palms. The i MEYER SHOE COMPANY !
;feeling chandeliers wera ornamented witb. re
Mrs. Strout Mrs. Barnett and :Mrs. beautiful red hearts. From the arch; J ,
. I E. Nobles among the palms and ferns every
, spent a very profitable

1 T day ing'in an Milton afternoon Tuesday and an when evening a morn ser. seen where tastefully beautiful designed red hearts by Miss could Ma be. j 3 8 102 South Palafox. Feet Furnishers For Folks. 5 re!

garite Wrighton a member of the
.: vice was held
for the purpose of stim- club.: aeaaeaaeaaaaaaeeaaaeaaeaaeaaeaa
; ulating the Woman's Foreign Missionary -
Society of that Hearts risned supreme every
place. --
lier". They were worn during the --- '-- -
: ; The Methodist church not being t evening by every one. Mrs. .1..... It. Keller Mrs. George P. tieman's a beautiful tie. The sconds:
- completed. the services were held in At 11:30 the postman Mr. .Walter. Wentworth Mrs. W. II. Northup Miss went to Miss Brooks and Mr. Soder-; Sweets Sweets !
. the Presbyterian church and one of. White delivered the Valentines that Ellie Wentworth Mrs. E. D. Saunders, quest. The game was followed by a1
- the ,beautiful\ characteristics. of the]F : FOR THE SCHOOL GIRL. had been mailed during lbs evening, Mrs. (Dr.) W. J. Hannah. Mrs. Philip v;ry enjoyably sociable time and nice
2 H meenng was that ietnoaiss. Bap I which causE'd" great pleasure and i Hannah Mrs. Rix Robinson. Mrs. refreshments wer9 served. The next'
t tists and Presbyterians all mingled :At least one sailor blouse in someone miss likes it, and the better style it some amus m(>nt. (Judge) Charles Swayne, Mrs. R. meeting. will be with Miss Brooks.
..;. together in one body: with one hope; or other of its variations is foundin is pronounced. One point is Everyone.: honorea1! with' an invitation F Mitchell Mrs. Perry. (Ft. Barrancas I Our kind will tickle .
4 and one aim. every school girl's wardrobe. Just essential had 'grand' time. ), Mrs.: Strubel (Iowa), Miss Fan The New City Flinch] ,Club will meet' lour nrfw
I Three members were added to the at present fashion turns again to the ; it should be amply roomy. The The :young men will give a compl- Warren Mrs. William Johnson Mrs. Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Bogan I' After{ you have eaten a hard} meal! r. "
cream white
. Society and a missionary study course flannel blouse and many and delight I affect d for tennis flannel blouse Is mud I mentary return dance Thursday even Ben D. Beers, Mrs. McK. McLellan. on Thirteenth street New City. 1!i is nothing better to put a IiWf'f' *,
.' of eight ladles was organized for the ful are the patterns the shops are It's big sailor and like sports. ing. Miss Caldwell Mrs. McGibbon. Mrs. + 'I I in. your mouth than some ot our
1 purpose of lookitfg Into the great need showing now in loosely woven fian- toe collar shield and cuffs -+- T. V, Kessler Mrs. W. deC Kessler The Excelsior Flinch will meet I
l fi of heathen lands. nels. Indeed, that heavy worked term may ornamented with one of the! MRS. STILLMAN'S EUCHRE Airs. Norris Levis, Miss McGaughey, ""ednesdayafternoon with Mrs
_h 1 The indifference which pervades so "chiffon" Is now applied: even to the white attractive or black patterns and of lace braid in I I FOR MRS. COULTER.Mrs. Mrs. J. G. Heard, Mrs. Fltten. Mrs Charles Gray on Eighth Avenue between I Preserves I Jellies 1 Jams!
many churches on the flannel -smart four-in- Wheat Mrs. Osgood Anson, Mrs. w. Gadsdn and Cervantes..
t subject of weaves. The simpler the hand tie of black silk John E.. --Stillman entertained I "
1t ;World E 'angejization, lies in the fact blouse is"cut the better the young effect.- *. completes the for her sister and guest Mrs. Coulter. Shepparo,; :Mrs. S.. A. Moreno. I Dunkley's Preserved Fruits, ja ri. :.'

; that mission lands with their condi of DeLand Fla., with.a delightful card i ,- -- Misses: Marguerite and Thelma Bishop's California 'Fruits... ini. .
i' lions ana'! needs are not being studied party Friday afternoon. :At Oozy Cl b'" mseting with Miss Moody of Goulding'will' be the guestsof Dodson & Brown's Fruits jars :lacBishop's : ,'..,
I :And It is cause for much gratitude White Miss Vera Fulghum. Miss Irma Bell J. T. Cone C. W. Forum Markham There were eight tables of six hand I Marjorie Yonge Miss Edith. Oliver's their cousin little Miss Maude
and D. &
f t that the Milton auxiliary has shown JIcDavid, Miss Douglass (formerly of Broughton Bud euchre and the ladies were in particularly paper on "The Origin of the St. Val Clarke for Mardi Gras. B. Jellies Rias> '
I Swaine. Herman
i: a "willingness to add to her zeal- Brewton), Missi Genevieve Bell and White. Dr. Gilmer. (St. Louis : pretty toilettes. entine party," was the best. Last Fri Cros sand Black*ell Jams jars .
knowledge, which Is always the foun I' Mr. Will, Mr. Alec and :Mr. Warren Langford, Lawrence Green Gus), Edgar, Mrs. W. deC. Kessler won the con day the "Cozies" met with Miss Miriam Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie and children D. & B. Jam's, jars. .. ..15 and ..'
r dation for the very best work. Zelius. Mr. Sidney and Mr.\ Willie Joseph Santo and Joseph P. Wllla solation prize.:-which was a silver candlestick Blount when Miss Fidelia Sub- have returned from an eight monlhs
Bell, Mr. Borge Fell. Mr. Jack McHugh, lette had the best in Atlanta.
: Morgan, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. a 'beautiful thing; Mrs. Camp; paper: on "An stay
i MISS HARVEY'S Mr. John and Mr. Chapman Lewis, Broughton. bell.Arery made the highest score and I Event of St. Valentine Day." The I
SWEET SIXTEEN DAY. Mr. Chandler Yonge :ilr. John Eagan won the hand painted cream server. recitation of Miss Aiary Winston Mr. Gus Eitzen will leave Mondayon
-Mis3 Annie Moore I arvevs' "at Mr... Raymond White. TACKlES SURPRISED-.- The greatest number of twenty Jones was greatly enjoyed. business abroad to be away two ROSENAU & GERELDS
'I tome" Friday evening at the residence --.+- MRS.'M. P. BONIFAY. hands scored with little bells entitled or three months. During his presencein
of her mother Mrs. loveless 309 COMPLIMENTARY DANCE r Mrs. M. P. Miss Gilchrist to a lovely silver bon L Mr. John M. Ryan formerly of this Europe Mr. Etzen: will visit his
Ilayne. was an enjoyable: and charm. FOR MISS HARRISON. : mana, who has Bonifay on West Ito bon dish and the last prize a picture City but now of Mobile is In the city mother in Norway. "During his a-- The Fancy Grocers,
ing affair ..\ party of the younger gentlemen could more than she went to 'Miss Julia Knowles. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R ira ten; Mrs. Eitzen will be-the guest of
count had
- (Pleasant games were indulged a gave a dance in C. K. of A. Hall Thursday a sure enough surprise -a- aDd is receiving a cordial welcome her mother Mrs. B. R. Pitt. Phone 391. Pensacola
I hunt night in honor of Miss Inez Har night. that proved as from everybody. .
among others that resulted jolly and ATTENTION MEMBERS OF ------ ,
i In great fun, especially when rison. who leaves Tuesday to spend from. as has been heard MEMORIAL ASS CIATION. Miss; Cora Brown is: visiting in Mobile -- -

Miss Ada White fountf the prize-a several months in St. Louis. The At the meeting of the :Memoria j 4rs. W. F. Gann and niece Miss Lu- guest of Miss Mildred Ortman.
big stick of candy tied with ribbons. The beautiful decorations were of Mrs. best of the surprise was, that .Association: on Wednesday mud b la Green of Columbus Ga.. are visiting "
.me decorations -were tastefully disposed bamboo mistletoe and red nearts Bonifay most hospitabla of home business; was! transacted, but owing Ic Mr. and Mrs. il. S. Nicolau corner Miss Cecil Childerson leaves this
: -white and red on backgrounds Barrios orchestra:; furnished good muSIC keepers and most notable of cake bakers the fact that many of the members Davis and Lee East Hill. morning to spend two or three 8 QUARTS
of fcrnaantl palms. The side board ; and light refreshments were servo her, for once was unable to outwit were absent, some important matter months with relatives in Tampa and
wras banked with ferns and starred: ed. Those dancing were: visitors and surprise them withan wrO left over for the annual meetIng }'Irs. J. G. Yniestra entertained the Clearwater.
- with burning candles. In the center' Miss Harrison. Miss Ethel Scholls, unexpected feast of good: things to be held on next Wednesday, Friday Euchre at 'her home on East .
of the table a stand held sixteen lighted Miss Hazel Maneely. :Miss Ella to her regret and to the delight of Feb. 21, at 11, a. m., at the residenceof Cervantes. It was a lovely meeting and Mr. S. B. Gentry -Milton Is on a
, cauoJeswith violets scattered over Broughton. Miss Etta Bazzell her guests for said one"It Is the \14"s. Laura Thorton. Members wil] the games interesting. Mrs. Walter' visit to Mrs. M. P, Bonifay. POPPED CORN

- th'e board. Here a' delightful sweet Miss Clara de Rochblave. Miss bardest'tbing in the'world to get please take notice and make an effort t White won the aoa prize a silver' .
course "with ices was served. Edna Golay Miss Deenlo Swaine ahead of Mrs. Bonif y; but. we sure to attend this meeting as et this time cream ladle; Miss Louise Pfeiffer the Mrs. Annie A. Dooley returned Friday
The young hostess was sweet and Miss Veronica McHugh Miss NashSt. surprised her this time." the annual dues should be paid am i consolation, a silver hat pin; Mrs night from Apalachicola.
girlish in aa evening frock of light ( 1..ouis1. :Miss-Louise Biebighaus. It was a "tacky" looking lot whose the election of. officers for the ensuing I- George White the lone band a box of FOR
J blue, and revived a number of pretty ser. Miss Louise Walton, Miss Sara costumes would have Inspired! a ghost year is hald. Also the necessary :handkerchiefs; and Mrs. Ed Peake Mr. F. C. Wilson of Florala who has
- F presents. Her guests were Miss McHugh. and- to merriment. so what could weak preparation for Memorial Day. captured the booby. a pretty butter' been in the city guest of his 'brotherMr.
(Florida Zelhis, Miss Vivian Byrd Messrs. C. B. Chipman. Louie Radj. mortals do but laugh and they did. MRS. W. D. CHIPLEY. Pres. i tolsh.. The next meeting will be with E. M Wilson, left Friday for his
l1ss Blanche McHugh. Miss Ada Johnle Kelley, F. XL: Mitchell :Mr all evening, everybody spending a MRS. S. A. MORENO Sec. Mrs. R.. J.' Kearney on East Belmont. home accompanied by his nephey
t -jollY !'n,1Thoprlzcsfor:-- tinm- --A.IJ .- Master FrankWilson.. 5 CENTS
-- "out-tackyln's tee: IJ MISS WILLIS'S !DANCE' Mrs. Allen Ware arrived Friday on .
tackiest" costume went to Mr. Jack 1 FOR MISS LOWE a visit to relatives during the carni, A party of local society people attended
Brandon, Mr. Sidney Greenwood. Mr. :Miss: Lowe Montgomery was Introduced I- vaT an informal dance at Ft. Bar Do you know of anything,
f.J'OHN';' Allie Payne Mrs. the i rancas last night. cosier,, more home-i: t'
? GOTO CHURCH ? Sidney Greenwood to dancing continent o:f
I'f.: and Mrs. James White.A society at a very pretty dance given Mrs. Charles ". Lamar has the''I -+- or more attractive ''ban
specially! enjoyable, feature of the by her hostess Miss Willis, Wednesday Misses Lewis of Valdosta Ga., for It is astonishing how unable some sitting before (he fir-
\ < YET evening was tho cake-walk by Mrs night when the new residence of carnival guests. readers are comprehend: the sin place at night with h-

- I ----- Daniel Jones and Mr, Jack Bradon, Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Willis. was formally I- I j I pleat statement printed in the 'plainest children around >'011 an-i
i D8sTTERt5T: f : Miss Emma! Gentry and Mr. 'Alec thrown open to fnenas and admiring I- Vfrs. Frank Taylor's euchre will be' English. Recently! \Jt was printed in! popping corn o*" lIt
- JOHN, NOW HOIPItTcTOuTO'Tt1I5? 'Payne.Irs.. Jack Brandon and Mr. A.' inspection for the first time. given at the Country Club TnursJayafternoon this column that a Pensacola young j glowing coals? It.: the
AN J. Torrcnce. Miss Reta Hall and Mr A pretty favor dance of thres figuresw at 1 o'clock. I society girl now visiting in Charles,I
f.r.f. Warfleld, Mrs James White and Mr. g enjoyed 'participants and on ton, S. C.. is delighting society in that I Prettiest
HU1 : Home Picture
Sidney Greenwood Mrs. Greenwood lookers. The third figure favors were Mrs. Adler and daughter Atlanta, cultured city by the beauty of her
, i'r and Mr. Daniel Jones. heart-lipped wands for the girls and and the Misses Clara and Mildred'.voice which.one critic declares "Is too
r- All deserved prizes but Mrs. Jones arrow-pierced hearts for: the men 1 Kreher of Tampa will arrive this week I I fine a voice to be wasted ,in private 'Which the imagination
a.nIr.. Brandon -were which lent color to Its title of "Val] tor !be guests of Mrs. Addler's sister, life." One of the Intelligent: readers can paInt. and "'n 'non
awarded the large k _and unanimously entine Dance. Mrs.. Henry Horsier for :Mardi! Gras. of that 'plain statement now says she tnake it real YOU "a*'-
a big stick .
TJ "Saw in The Journal where she is 01!
of candy. whole affair was very charmIng reached the houh
I throughout and lent 'distinction to Miss Bertie Stearns -going on i home tomiurt
Each guest! carried! _delicious_ Refresh- youngest daughter the.stage0 joy and
ments consisting of ginger a hitherto quiet season of card parties of Captain Thomas Stearns, returned I You can'do this for
stick candy, peanuts and red snaps, and small affairs with few exceptions Thursday night from a delightful Capt. Hausey U. ,S. A. stationed atj,
ade which lemon-! -+- visit to many :places of interest:! in FU Barrancas who at a recent social j:
he graceful were tackles.antlyshared' by ; MRS. McGOURIN'S SIX HAND South Florida.: function at th navy' yard announced Only 5 CentsWe

The very successful FOR TWO ATTRACTIVE GUESTS.Mrs. his engagement to a charming fiance.!
ten up by Miss affair was ot- T.P.. McGourin entertainedery I Mrs. U. G. DoSiia will give a card Is still being warmly congratulated by '! sell an ai I rjrflrt
Miss Reta Hall who and delightfully Thursday afternoon arty[ Wednesday for Mrs. Warner of' innumerable ndl in .and,out of the: package of shelip (lOP
r plimented by all. were highly com for h.er two attractive' guests her sister New: York, guest of Mrs. J. W. Hig- service: _' ,I corn for 5 cents anj, on"
-- Mrs. R. C. "Smith of MinneapolisMinn. 1. gIns I of these package* con'
N'rr'r IonEs5wczsssJ\ -: OoIi fl'4R._ MISS EULALIE'S--+- and her niece Miss Gilchrist ofWallJ.l ....... Mrs. E. C. Maxwell'fs anticipating :11 talus enough corn ">

: .. VALENTINE PARTY. >n. Ia. Mrs. "'. Frank Taylor and Mrs. Per- visit fron *ilrs. VqgIin'who, will bel, make fi quart ef noprjcorn. %
UPT'-flrHou.s DaInty Uttla Eulallo. Valentine There ,,were eight tables of sin! hand nald will give their cary party Thursday her guest for the. carnivaL I Order one and trI

Clark, daughter of Mr. and! Mrs. M. euchre and the game was. very In afternoon at. 1 o'c1Qck'at. the .' Jt.Sol .
Clark celebrated her fourth t e.sUng. Mrs. :Bellinger won the Country Club Miss Kessler: is expected to arrive -
birthday first prize a cut glass dish and Mrs.J. *. Tuesday from
with' < Washington after
a valentine an
party from :3
I the Country Club. & at W. Higgins the consolation a pret Mrs. W. J. "orbes entertains Fri-absence of four months.

'Among tho pretty typlate. and Mrs. McGibbon.' some day. -a
games played
"Cupid"was the lovely carnations. 0 The Misses McKfnney who -have
favorite-and by pin Each of the honorees was presented Mrs. H. F. Mitchell gives been ,
nlng a hart nearest the right spot a reception -! visitingMi's William A. Blount Cahn & Co.The
\ on the left side ot.the little god of with souvenir spoons.Besides Saturday. departed: Saturday enroute to Europe. .
the hostess an her
love of honorees -
Master Willie Johnson
won th'erst among those present were Mrs. Mrs. Gus Eitzen will give The "Blue Ribbon
a Flavor"
reception -
prize, a clock: with arouses
J' I Iu Master Homo Scarritt a cupid on it. E. F Bruce. :Mrs. H. G. De Silva on Saturday afternoon from 3 the lagging appetjte? 'Ask your gro- Pure Food Store,

1 booby a comic 'valentine.In .captured the Mrs. L. J. Reeves. Mrs. J. W. Hig- until 5 o'clock for Mrs. W. .de&: Kes- cor for Blue Ribbon Vanilla.
II : gins: Mrs. :Mrs. John Stillman.. Mrs. elerr the ,cards for which will be out Stuthweft Corset Ptlafos and 1"lenduC'
I the center oftb.a table was ,Coulter (DeLand.Fla.. .). Mrs. Louis de (In .a day or two.. Doan's 'Regulets cure*: ,
; placed a heart shaped box filled with I,1. Blocker Mrs. 'W. J. Forbes, Mrs. constipation' ,

little dolls for the gir sand whistles IV .W.- Marsh, Mrs (Dr.) C. F. Marsh Mrs. Schotz entertained Niegh.' the stomach, sUinutetheliver, prc> hones1( 480 173
f I for her Euchre :Wednesday evening. mote digestion and appetite and
the bo "S. Red ribbons extended Mrs Mrs.: easy
iJ1 Donely, Miss Uncles (England), Langley won the ladies first I passages of the bowels. Ask
from them to the place cards.. These prize a jour drug
.. Mrs Bellinger, Mrs.: 1L, E. Graham: pretty hat pIn and Mr., Meyer the, sen I gist for then ..* cents a..box., ....



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t ca :-=- '0- <" ,... THE- ,, :-PSNSACOLA, ,,' ... ... ... 'JOURNAL, ,,. ..SUNDAY MO"NIN'G, FEBRUARY 18,, 1906 l PAGE THIRTEEN f

/ A) New Magazine for You t

.,' Ian bringing out another new magazine that you will come pretty close to.

v liking. I wouldn't be surprised if it, hit you harder than anything in the!

J .. shape of a magazine you have ever seen., There isn't much style to it, but it

J 1 has the stuff in it that you and everybody else will want to read. It is called

J __ In the store room on tho second
\ -
J t floor of the station clothing of every
,description is constantly on hand for
I t USe of victims of shipwreck, and it is .

I : N\ ii possible to fit out either man. woman,
; child or infant from head to toe from
: this supply.; There are tiny shoes

r and caps ,for the babies, heavy brogans -
/ tiV for men wrappers, hats and underclothing
for women pantaloons .THECRAP

I shirts, caps-in fact almost anythingthat ...;; '
II '
I might be needed-In this varied "..
stock. The clothing is furnished by s"- ,-- ;
i \ the Woman's National Relief Association -
; and a similar supply of clothingis
kept at all stations operated by the
Life Saving Service.: In this store
t f l room is also kept a complete outfit of
\ pots, pans and dishes for use in timeof
need, and survivors of a wreck
when ncccssarj, are fed at the station
until they can be transported to the

.. ( mainland. .
t.+ rt Life of a Surfman.
The life of a turfman is hard and
: exacting and the round of duties con
'.. ) tinue at all times and in all weather
\ Htl
The beach for two miles in each direction -
from the station is patrolled from

f z ., v y sunset to sunrise a ,time clock beln'g"punched"
; \ Y at each end of the beat to
/ t show that the patrolman has faith-
fully performed his duty. Every min.ute
of the 24 hours a watchman is on BEOKt
S I S duty in tile tower, and a time clockin
4 jr the tower has ,to be "punched"every
fifteen .minutes, showing conclusively ft.
that the lookout has been

attending quiet snooze.to business and not takinga (J cD

The beach patrolmen carry Coston
signal i lights which are fired shoulda #t
wreck be discovered thus noticing
both the station that help is needed
and the shipwrecked crew that help
New in
Something MagazineMakingTHE
will soon be at hand.
Regular drills! take place at the

Santa Rosa Station on Tuesdays and SCRAP BOOK is the most elastic thing that ever happened in the wry of a

former Fridays,and the the boat drill drill with being the on beach the magazine-elastic enough 'to carry any things: from a tin :whistle to a battleship. Btrery-

apparatus on theJlatter) day. On these thing: that appeals to the human brain and human heart comes within its cowpassc1io.>tr

Capt. Robert Broadbent, In Charge of the Life Saving Station on Santa Rosa Island. occasions the men go through all the which is the backbone of periodical,circulation; biography, review, philosophy science,

movements necessary: in actual service art, poetry, wit humor pathos satire, the weird, the mystical-everything that caajbe

By Ben H. Thomas. Caot. Robt. Broadbent. i tight compartments in each the drill with the beach appara classified and everything that cannot be classified. A paragraph, a little bit, a sajiag,
tus including the "saving" of one of an editorial, a joke a maxim, an epigram.
end which make it sink'
Capt. Broadbent
Along the shores of the United has been thirtyrears 1 non the crew, from the top of a high mast 4
States from the rock bound coast of in the service, having entered' able-In fact it will support the en- In'' the breeches buo)'. The men are!
( at Racine station; I' tire crew when full of water-and Like It in the World
Vain to the semi-tropical region of in 1876 as a surf. I also regular! drilled in the work ofresuseiating '' Nothing
man, subsequently along the bottom on each side are. :
having charge of
Texas, along the Pacific from the Ca. partially drowned persons -
that station and the station hand holds for use in righting the boat i ,
>jcadlan lln. to Mexico and around the Mich. Ills head surf man at,Ludington Borger should it be capsized by the sea. Pur-I and first A Notable aid' to the injured. There isn't anything in the world just like THE SCRAP BOOK. It is an idea Ott

'rear lAkes will of the be north of the at points Hoist, has been -at' the station practically ing practice the crew purposely overturn One of the most Wreck.notable wrecks which We-have been working for several years and for which we have been gathering
where greatest .
they ;
\Benefit' to mariners in distress are to' since it was established and is the boat and then right ant baleit that ever occurred' on this! section of materials. We have bought hundreds and hundreds of scrap books from all 'over the

hr found the stations, of tne United I said to be the oldest- Eurfnjan, in pointof accomplishing this, feat in a remarkably the Gulf Coast was that of the Norwegian country some of them century old, and are still buying them. Prom these books we

ttatep Life SaYing Service, manned continuous service, on: the Gulf short time. I ship."Catherine, S. Svenson are gathering and classifying an enormous number of gems, and {;acts and figxres, and

>},v crews who know no fear and why; Coast Beach Apparatus.A master, from :Marseilles: to Pensacola, : historical and personal bits that are of rare value. Furthermore, we-have corps o B*?"
t'e ever ready to risk their lives to I The station Is 'a roomy, two story four- wheeled wide tire cart contains which was blown ashore during a pie ransacking libraries, reading all the current publications, the leading da8y i p Band
victims of structure surmounted "by a watch the beach apparatus, consistingof fierer gale_ early on the of +
aecor the wild gales morning '"
curious and facts and useful facts and figures fromrefereuce'book
tower, the first fl6or digging out quaint .
'ha' sometimes lash the waves beingoccupiel the life gun. whIch fires a sixteen August 7, 1894. one and one half miles '
almost mountain high and drive vessels by the life saving apparatus and a'''pound projectile wh'h'Is! attached west of the station. cyclopedia; etc., etc. 1

npon treacherous rocks or shelving kitchen and ttufSl"Cond., by the! office'''a! light line, a "whip" or heavier line There was no, regular crew on dutyat Don't fail to get a of this first issue of THE SCRAP,
of the captain. store copy -
; teaches, there to be pounded to rooms and sleeping which is sent' out to a wreck whenthe the iime the wreck was discovered
piff, by the fury of old ocean. quarters for the crew. The larger 'I first line as been made fast and on ,,, but a ,volunteer crew composed of BOOK. It sells at the price: at which all our other magazines '<
Thcrp Life taliocs part of th0 first >floor, facing'the gUlf'1 which is carried out a heavy block Capt. BioaJbent: his two daughters, Isabel ; sell Ten Cents a Copy and One Dollar by the Year. .
arr eight Saving -
is devoted to storage of the neces> I and tackle, through which the hawser, (now Mrs Wallace Reed) and'

f.uT: (in'oa.:tie>!' under Ninth command District, along of Capt.the apparatus for saving lives which includes 'which follows out the "whip." is run Sarah avlsa. (now Mrs Jas Lagos).I On all news' stands or' from the publisher
a lifeboat, life car, beach apparatus and upon which the life car or Fred Thompson: a regular surfman;
\\. \. Hutchins, whose headquarters I for firing lines to stranded !breeches,buoy is operated The shore Chas. Burton, a former surfman who .
arc at Grfeston: Tex., as follows: i vessels and carrying out hawsers upon! end of the line is. run through a lived on the island;' Wallace Reed. FRANK A. MUNSEY Fifth, Avenue, New York

Gulf Coast Stations. which to operate the life car opf crotch,,and held In p'ace, bj a sand Chester ONeal; Edward 'Metcalf and I I
San.a Rosa, Robt. Broadbent keeper : breeches buoj, a rack containing flag!I i anchor the latter being simply: a wide Col,.J. A. Davis of the Pension Bureau I
P'nsdcola.Sab of the International signal code, spare! board to the corners' of which are-attached who' was on the island' 'on business
oars, projectiles for the life sun Cos- lines made fast to the eni of dragged the beach apparatus to the
Pass, Jas. F.
Sabine no Texas. Phillips,keeper ton signal lights, and other paraphernalia the hawser, and, bj means of a block wreck and at the third attempt got a A Place to Lire.Mrs. .
incident to the hazardous calling and tackle drawn taut. The beach line to tha! vessel, 'hauled out the '
qalw.m.' John F. Ahnn, keeper of the life eaver.: cart is also equipped with torches, haws and brought 18 men ashore in Craigie; as John Oliver Hobbes
Is known 'fn real life bad finished her AND
l.aivestoD Texas ; r.r
pick :shovel, axe, powder flask, stimulants the breeches buoy. The wreck hungon
San l Luis. Johann Bo.tjer keeper The Surf Boat. for the rescued and first aid appliances the beach for a month finally going lecture at Bryn Mawr college and now :j WAGONSY r
(,a n.,mn. Texas. The surf boat, used at the Santa : of every necessary descrip! to pieces September 7. For their valuable the "\\"as'surrounded by a number of
\euEco: John P. 'Steinhart, keeper, Rosa station is what fs known as tion. assistance in saving the lives of students.' These charming girls, their
'\"c!as-o, Texas. the Monomoj: pattern, about, thirty The Life Car, the men tin the vessel the daughtersof i rose l leaf complexions, bright hair and ...TO BE...
:-aui ,a, \nd Rasmussen, keeper, feet in length and rests in a cradle Hauled close to the ceiling at the CaPt. Broadbent were each presented clear eyes enhanced by the deep black
T La\aia' Texas mounted upon wide tire wheels, readyat stern of the life boat is the life car with, a beautiful heavy silver locket of their gowns and mortar boards,
4>ran-vas; EJw. White, keeper Reckpon any moment to be drawn to the an efi; shaped water tight contrivance and chain by King Oscar then King questioned Mrs. Craigie with curiosity. '
i" xas. beach and launched The' boat is capable of holding six people This or Norway. '.You.Uve in London, don't you?" one SOLD AT COST s
Bra ">.. Wallace L. Reed, keeper, fully equipped in every particular tall car is operated back and forth over That the men of Santa Rosa station said.: rt
lane; 1 l las, times with sail! life preservers,I the hawser: connecting a wrecked vessel havgnotbeenidle and have done good "Yes, I Hv* In London-In Lancaster
T h' Santa Rosa Life Saving Station oars, water casks, ropes,. tackle and with the shore the same as the service is attested bj the fact that the Gate," Mrs. Craigie replied. '
'begird' on Santa Rosa Island about other necessary articles ,and is kept i breeches buoy but is only used whenit record of wrecks fills three volume "In Lancaster Gate in the west We have a few fine buggies and wagons inS
""\'f'D miles from the city of Pensacoa ready for service at a moment's no- is necf "sary to save the lives of closed wr.tten and the records at end" .
1, which ;is typical of the other Gulf tice The surf boat) is 'strongly! built women and children, the hardy sailors : other Gulf .Coast stations would undoubtedly said Mrs. Craigie smiling. stock which we are offering for sale at cost. #

oas.i 1 <,;arlons. was established Feb- and very buoyant, and when! in service being pulled ashore through the show equally good service "But"Yes.on account of the fogs and the Comeand see them and get prices, or dropus
?1thr. :6, 1888: the first keeper being rides the heaviest wa\'es'as gracefully surf in the breeches buoy which is in the saving of the lives of "those whoSo r
lohn Sutherland who resigned in Jan as a duck floats on a millpond simply a large ring with a sling in down to the sea In ships." damp living: in London even in the a postal! and we will mail full particulars. ;ts

'I )Ir. Sutherland in charge over the sides to be easily' grasped which the legs are run, the occupant Wpman loves a clear young girl., t
end anti! March 5, 1S89, was acting by either the crew:or !some shipwrecked hang'ng on to th5 sides, of the buoy plexion. Burdock's Blood Bitters rosy com "Oh' not at all," said Mrs. Craigie. s

sailor should necessity arise. and getting a fine surf bath purifies "If ,one spends the summer in the
Kerpp being relieved by the present > en .routeto the blood, clears the skin, restores PENSACOLA BUGGY CO.
'ncumbent. Captain Robert Broadbent The boat is' fitted with water the shore. i ruddy, sound health. country and,the.Inter on the Riviera,
London Is a delightful place to live ,

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: Pirating Foley's Honey and
e... .... .'' .- .I. .. .. Foley & Co., Chicago, originated
.. none and Tar as a Throat and Lung
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t. ,; .'. .'. remedy, and on account of the great
t f 'i S'' ," '. ,' '. + 0i merit and popularity of Fotey's Honey B. L. HALL & CO.
f i t1 -.; :> : and :Tar many i immitations are offeted
: for similar sounding names. Beware WILL SELL FOR, SIXTY DAYS 4 5

,j j .,tn S. ::1i:11: ..- .= of them. The genuine Foley'a FOUR FULL QUARTS A
:- ..... Jl Honey 'and Tar is .in' a yellow pack:
.,. f I I "ll1. \",' .J:' age. Ask for .it and refuse any substitute ...0 r... p
.. \ --- is the best remedy for
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.. ..... ( f\"ll .... ..'. coughs and colds. W A. D'Alcmberte, THE CROWN 'OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY. .. -
> 4' i t druggist and apothecary.
... .. FOR $3.50. L

.j + ( & osa 6iCgR0. l'55 l.. HAVE 23 CANDIDATES SUNDAYThe Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your
i ; goods the same day order is received. Give us a trial
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.: !i ,- V Pensacola: Aerie. No. 1293, F. O order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla. ;
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E., will meet Sunday night at 7:301
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i : There will be candidates for inl'1 J
tiation and a full attendance is fequested -
t t .. C. M COSTON I ,
-; \ Mlln y M. B. FRANK. I .
+ Inry Worthy Secretary.42nd .

-t J: .0.y .Vt > Acting Pythian Celebration. 1 Phone, 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO.

f t Pensacola Lodge No 3, K. of P.will
I celebrate the 42nd anniversary of the -

I :. t yp .RI. h :t. :y i: order Monday night February IS! at
8 o'clock. Every member of this
: t lodge is requested to attend. S'ster: Again Under the

: t J: 1 1. 1. lodges!: and transient brethren-are co"-,
'LEW' IS'HOUSE Management of
Y t dully invited to attend and participate
t -.' : In the celebration Prominent Pyth-; Mrs. Helen Lewis
-- !tans will deliver; addresses. Refreshments .1
t. : t- i t ..1 and a' smoker .will be enjoyed.
: New Re-Painted, Re-_papered and Thoroughly Renovated ,
1. -: ,- ; J. GEO. ,
t e. HENRY HOR8LERP Especially' 'Convenient for Transient Trade.

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| The Journal's Daily Short Story g "Weli"And tennis I am able to devote only my r BRISTOL NOT HEAL

lit ;/rti Tuesdays and'Thursdays to that fascinating -I ; Wheueter ore, ott cer does not.heal,.po matter on what
II I game We really have'ripping'! w,1et."!lve I hr.been Sling aLetd('airaretu ferovet fey JniAWflIL WCBIS YeriSsYthatC&seareis witS, Special to _The Journal : body it may b it'i s..bc4iis 'of.a poisoned condition: of the blooj part of'the:
i In The Season of aroJvthBY : courts. and I hope you will become a I II bS giecs 'Bris1 l. Fla, Feb. 17.-Bristol is I poison maybetie remaIns of'some constttutsonaI trouble; the effect 0/3

I member of our little club.* I besg 1511 alt frten4 U still) on the'na'p right side up; progress t long spell ol sickness vhiclr has left this vital stream polluted and .
PETERMARTHUR ?* She laughed Joyously, without answering Uey ar :Gilt5Id Elgin. 11.eea is evident: on every hand. Several -I i or because the..natural' refuse matter of the body which should weak.

Ifc! 1905 Marthur his sug estlon: I new :build'ngs ,have ben started through the channels? of, nature, has been left in the system and absortJ!
Copyright by Peter ... $I I during the last few davs. 1
"With the amount time you devote ? For j into the-circnlatton.. It does not matter how the poison became
Dr: and Mrs S. I.. Pennington, of mtreir hM
tcw; ii'iSi' ?*; % to golf tennis and yachting I am afraid" Tennesseee. are stopping' here for a in the blood, the fact that the sore is. there and does not heal is evidence
: would not have 'much time to devote (j t
-- --- you -'short time Th! doctor is a specialist f a deep underlying cause, There is othlng.tbat causes more discomf
of i* at once academic and to any troubles I might; bring to and anxiety than old rt
notany 'I festering discharging that
rHEY had been introduced only I' :and comas here very highly recom- I worry &r : resists treat
wrong? Never! you ment. Th .\ sight fit is abhorrent and
a few minutes before and were ruended. both bj; other phjs clans ery suggests: pollution and disease:
; She had taken off her cuffs and pulled -,1 t "I sincerely hope you may never ha.ve and by his .former p Ucnts. : besIdes thetime and attenhon requIred to keep It clean and free from
wandering: through the garden up her sleeves to her elbows, and as T any more troubles than I can attend to.: i The E&UKanulga Naval Stores and : infection, ,A9 it 1in ers, slowlyeating deeper into the surrounding flesh oth1.

trying to make conversation.Jibe Jack watched he had a chance to Fee even in the small amount of time that Manufacturing Co.. held their first :: sufferer grows,. .siaorbidly anxious, fearing it may be cancerous. Sou;:
; beautiful weather bad received how lithe andshapey! were her wrists 11 devote to law." This was said no ,p1..*'*D'.Pala I tablepoteniTsteGnod.DOflond- stockholder; meeting; last Mondayand 1 of those afflict 'with an"old sore or :
full and careful attention the condition iand hands. lie could ftNo see how I meaningly that she blushed faintly. :I )mid..er In ISleJoeD balk.' ,.The\Vpk5 cenalne or Gripe Iblet,lOe.stamped:!3f'.We.C K.'VV erer;. elected the following ofF!.ers for I ulcer know 'how useless 'it is to wlSKSS&Sffitt SSWtS1, : hI *

4 of the lilac and rosebushes had been naturally the sunlight glinted through i But just at that point his mother coni ] Usaranleed 10 cllre or sour moneT back. I the ensuing; year: John A. Davis I pect a cure from, salves, powders, lo- unaccountable means this bril
tier she Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 597 I t'r' s'deDt; R.: E. Purvis 1st vice president -. caused a bad Ulcer on my leg .
discussed and then came silence. Both ) brown hair, and when looked i eluded her call on Betty's mother and 1 turns and other external treatment I bad about a:,
F :Were! beginning to feel awkward when up at him with laughing eyes after I J Le had to go along as her escort. I ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES I ; John:)I. Calhoun, 2nd vice president !I Through the,use of these.they have Ion yean, but ago.the Ulcer good got worse.{ XwVsiJ i:'.
: t I : Robert J. Boone treasurer: and duced to try S. S. 8., and
There never was a flower more care1 Ii seen the place I begin to heal and scab "Iad to
Jack's.eye lighted on a bulb lying partly I 1 i'Enoch Alderman, secretary. Th,i I it cured me entirely and. Ism CODY aayt
tended than that little waif. As and were congratulating themselves that it saved fe, for 4.I. .
K hidden by a border. True to the In. I fully J, abtoe named officers will a'eo! constitute over, my me I h
Curtis had come to the town with that they would soon be rid of therefore great faith in s.
I ttincts of a football player be :save It Betty Le :I : tie bqard of directors for thiswvr. gladly recommend it to all teethaid
her mother to spend the summer in the faying fuJ" frcTcr tr ;you prove_ to. I I "' I. the detestable thing when a fresh reliable blood medicine. .
a deft kick that sent It spinning along right though, I may be tempted! to ) Bri8tol,Va-Tenn. W ,,
of from
;r I. fine residence her father had bought I' Dr.V.. Scott, prominent physician supply poison the blood tATE.
-. : the gravel walk. 'Y" L 'i I for them she had nothing to'do but en- transplant something more edible in its I, of Qiijnoj', and lIon. J, Baxter S would cause the.inflammation old discharge to return and the!sore
"The gardener must have dropped it : herself. Jack' almost place It it should,really turn out;jto( .be j be bad bef Sores that heal would
Joy Ethendge was ; Campbell 'ofthe law firm of Solon 1 as or worse than re do not: are not due to
., jtrhen he was planting! the crocuses," )r : equally blessed with 'leisure for :' a hyacinth.". I'I ( & ,Campbell: ,: spent several days here I causes;' 'If they were external treatment would, cu're-<<; them, They outside -
laid Betty glad to hear her'own voice I though in compliance with: the wishes 1 I'I A leek for. Instance.! It grows from I I the first fjiis* \\' >eljx; .. I kept open because the blood is steeped in poison, which finds an outlet art
pgaln.I : of his widowed mother, he had commenced 'I a bulb and edible" j I Frank AHentz spent} several days through these places. While young people and even children, sometimes

I "Perhaps he Just laid It aside there the practice of law so that be ,: Shakespeare ba* said that "for lovers .I this week on' a business visit to Ta1a j t suffer with non-Healing! sores those most usually afflicted are persons
because he didn't want a hyacinth j would know better how to,care for:hiswealth 1 I lacking matter the cleanliest shift 1 Is to iahaasee. d ,ApaJac '('oa.: middle life. Often,'with them a wart ol- mole on the face inflames and past be.
kisg::' but Betty and Jack had not confessed The BrlstoJ Telephone I Co, held '
to from little
him' ulcerate
when she gins a
_ among them," Jack r(>pl ed. picking up left her fortune. : their regular semi-annual stockhold- rough handling; or a deep. offensive ulcer develops -
addition to thehandsome Income liederived to themselves that they were f from a slight 'cut or bruise. Their vital energies and
true Oma- I powers of
the bulb and. then. being a era meeting last Monday. Thy report resistance -
from the estate .of his father: lovers. and whenever: they lacked mat- I have grown l less, and circulation weaker, and perhaps
,r1 he could not resist: quoting: t t I the. business in' a. prosperous con- some taint ia:
I \ he did not ?ect to live a strenuous life.I I Iter_they could fall back on the bulb. the blood, which was held in check by their stronger constitutions of
"I sometimes think that never blows eorho \ t\W\ It furnished them with unfailing mat- .I dition.. early
After careful investigation he decided The na' "dTfg store of Dr. R. H. life! shows itself. It is well to be sus.
, I: rose ed .aa where some burled Caesar to hang: out his shingle in.: this pleasant I Iter for chat and banter when other .1 Twtcn wilj soon. ba.. ready for occu- picious of any sore that does not heal

bled: little town that had excellent golf links,'. pancv. S S \ S readily because the same germ that
C i } That every hyacinth the garden wears at the rear and a luxurious yacht.club I ,Bristol High School is in excellent pjoduces Cancer is back of every cli
& *Propped haad.in" her lap from some-once lovely ,. on the water front. He opened offices condition; both pupil and parent are sore and only needs to be left in the
'" with a southern exposure In the post. taking unusual l Interest.. circulation to produce this fatal disease
J ""Well" said Betty with a mischieirous ...,.!.f office building and fitted them up with The recent' high water enabled the There is only way to cure these old
smile.; "Donald's head may have ., C. i, tl" furniture admirably suited for lounging Jog men io. get out .quite a lot of IMOLC.. sores and ulcers, and that is to get every
* Jbeen lovely once but It must,have been '1:1r': ,: :'.. /, on and waited comfortably for his first choice timber\ which found ready. sal particle of the poison out of the blood. For this purpose nothing equals

before be took to gardening. At pres- It.". 1 .'11'.,,.'. client In order to 'pass the time as atgood prices.Grat S. S. S. It goes down to the very bottom of the trouble cleanses the blood
tent be is very bald, and the little fringe .
(lot hair. he has left is decidedly red. | his library of law books with all the > Dulcet Cnpld'n. :Snare. so.that it carries new strong blood to the diseased parts and allows the place

, r ttlis are: hardly, the "hyacinthine! locks" SHE POLLEDpatting : tp HER, SLEEVES TO HER latest novels and current ,magazines. Through jke'ot.a: girl friend who. I I to heal naturally. When this is done the discharge ceases, the sore scats
' t (Milton had in mind, and I doubt If ILBO\S. 'I His mother was satisfied and It can- In packing'g.apes. wrote the name of over and fills in with healthy flesh and the skin regains its natural color.
t [Emerson would have rec'OgnIzedhlm as the soil i Into place: over the not be said that he felt life to be unduly Hiss Cells Baker." ErIe! Pa, on the Book on Sores and ulcers and any medical advice desired will be furnished

"The hyaclnthln boy.for whom bulb, he could"see tbatjthey'were, 'of.an exacting. He conscientiously kept -2 basket, the: engagement was recently Without charge. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., TLANTA, CA.
I: JMorn well might'break and April Uoom." unfathomable blue. regular office hours as explained above announced ef, Miss Baker and W. A.

fr "You are fond of poetry,. I see," said "You have-,done; the planting," he ei- so it naturally happened that-he frequently : Bu helmcn,. wealthy young contractor -
t I Hack when they }bad stepped laughing claimed. 0W': I should be'permittedto walked home from.t.h links of Cincinnati, says a special dispatch -

.fit her sally. do the.watering.." with Betty after a pleasant game, and from that city to the Philadelphia -
"Very," said Betty "but you started "But a' plant like this:should:be:watered the first thing they always did was to Record. Bashelman bought the No. 3SO3

c, [ ps on the wrong tack It we are to do e'ery'e'enlng," she protested take a look at the little mound that covered '- basket of grapes last, September. He I C. W. LAMAR.;Pr"ldwt. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier.M. .
justice to that neglected little bulb. "Or oftener," lie' pursued blandly. their bulb. Donald bad been Ci' found the name with the words, "Please E. CLARK. Yict-PreiUent and Cashier. J. W. ANDREWS. Assistant Cashier.
"Ob.. I couldn't think of letting a.f ool- write beneath It. Ha wrote. Miss
(You should have recited Holmes lines: : warned to leave It alone and they saw '
ish little ,bet like this ,Interfere with : Baker In reply .explained her friend's
f : !'The spendthrift crocus, bursting through to it that no weed sprouted In Its vi THE
ir' the mold. ;your business." cinity."I joke and a correspondence followed. AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
I !Naked and shivering with his cup of "You couldn't? Why I propose to am inclined to think," said Betty a Bushelman went to Erie a few days ,
j4L gold." make the watRring'ot.'; this plant my couple of weeks after the planting, ago to claim his bride but the young 4: Or PtNSACOL ILL
c-4 "Rut I don't see bow that applies to chiefest business: and 'I shall not let woman demanded more time and 8 I
"that watched bulb is somewhat likea -
;J this. hyacinth" anything else Interfere with it." watched pot. meSsage was received at Cincinnati the

ifls; : "Pardon me-to that crocus." "But you are a lawyer I understand.. I "Perhaps the hyacinthine Donald "SOUXTBZHO KL6B YOU FLATTED* BLUBAJL&O other evening by Busbelman's mother CAPITALS'IOCK HOO.OGO. SURPLUS, $60,099.
4 : r "But I took a high stand in botany I What will you cUents'say?" BIXXSSOJCKD.! saying the wedding was set for June.
threw because be saw that It
;. r !When I graduated It was one of the "To be a lawyer you must first.catch ras. dead.away" conversation failed and- In a subtle DIRECTORS.
, ai (ptlonal studies on '
; my your (client all their of one another
thoughts :
"Oh I noticed that It was quite fresh way Henry L. Covlngton,. Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner,
4 plugged four volumes In two weeks. and then added with well affected Intertwlned with It. The German admiralty has resolved -
i when I planted It but I think it Is were J. M. Pfclffcr, W.S. Rosasco, C. W. Lamar,
z Primroses by the rivers brim earnestness: "By the: way.you haven't When Jack went away on the an- upon furnishing ships of war with Bryan Durmody. T.'F. McGourin, J. R. Saunders,
ot to the word .
mean use hyacinthine -
.s Dicotoledons were to him any troubles that I could straightenout ;you nual yachting cruise of the club Betty means of recognizing each other's Identity A. M. Avery, W. H.Milton. 0. E. Maura
' .. ( And they were nothing more, I for you have'you? I mean trouble i when you know well enough found a peculiar pleasure In tendingto at distances too great for readingthe 1 W. 'i.. Ottthon ':"Dr.) W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Getting,
'. she quoted smilingly from a clever ot a legal nature." that .there is no common adjective derived the mysterious, little pjant that was name of the vessel says the Cleve. Alex McGowIn, .C.M.. Covlngton, M. E. Clark.

. ; parody. "I have no troubles of mny.kind," she I from crocus. I shall have" revenge strangely familiar although she could land Plain Dealer. This is to be effected
g;' "That may be," be replied "but I replied laughingly. however when It sprouts. not remember ever-having seen one In by toe use of rings or bands on the Account Banks, Individuals Corporations Firms Soliolttd.

; t ; though my knowledge of botany Is entirely .:' "Lucky girl though it Is unlucky for One fine evening about the middle of 'a garden. "NYhlle watering It and removing chimney stack differing in number and Four- per oent Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
- I bookish 111 leave it to the prac me. I don't know butI, shall feel It my I :\Jay'when they went to their favorite every .weed. that dared to appear color. The color used will be black,
!. ; :tical and red haired Donald to prove duty to make trouble of some.kind for ,lot in the garden they found that It brought back to her many pleas. white, red and yellow According to
. that I am I'll of *,.ielr bulb bad pushed through the ,
; ; right. wager a pair ;you. ant memories, and she had a sense of several liberal German journals the
. gloves to a tie that this is a hyacinth. "If you try ;you will perhaps!find' thatI ground. But It bad not come far companionship while watching It. And ships of the opposing squadrons fre- -
.:'.%lat do ;you say?" can make'trouble too." enough for them to decide which was when it finallyiitortlithe blossom quently mistook a friend for an enemy -

: "biraply that I wear five and a halts." "I don't doubt 11." he said banterlng- right that betrayed its !dittltshe blushed during the- recent'maneuvers owing to

L \VeIL.wheie can we find Donald?" ly and beaved deep sigh "When It Xext evening Jack came again for and laughed and blush, d"'aaln when the absence of Any means of Identification Advancement1.

"This betys' his day off I can hardly comes to really making trouble com- matters were petting exciting. By this she wondered what .',Jik would say .. The
; 1t5J jeay. But I'll tell you what will be better mend me to good looking girls of eighteen time the tender green I leaves: had begun when he saw It. '

fun. Let in plant: the bulb and see.pwhiob or thereabout especially In the : to open, and it was clear that the Yachting Is a most leisurely pastimeand
(tttrus. out to be?" springtime." plant was not a crocus. 'The leaves gives one ample'opportunities for No Case of Pneumonia on RecordWe
"That 1 is: But will It be do not know of a single instance
a "Oh you needn't be alarmed she were thick and broad. thought Before tbe cruise was over : of Women.In
i-: sure to get the attention necessary to pouted. "I knew I was right" Jack exclaimed Jack had made for himself an unac- where a cough or cold resulted in I .
:make it gfovx:V '"And I to exultingly. "It Is certainly not a pneumonia of consumplon'when Foley -
Just beginning
was hope countable reputation, for silence and > Honey and Tar had been taken.
"I'll plant it and care for it myself.! that I might be. Well well if you do crocus; therefore It must be a hya. unsociability. Tho!e who observed him It'cures coughs and colds perfectly soda

r "But I claim the right of superintending have trouble of any kind that develops cinth. I prefer.ties that are quiet in noted that he frequently smiled to himself not take chances with some unknown the financial world of Pensacola is no

1ri the work and examining the a legal aspect that does not require too color and pattern." and shook their: beads ominously. preparation which may contain where better shown than on the books of
,J plant from time to time to make sure prgfound a knowledge of the law but "Not so fast" said Betty. "The Idea Toward the end of the cruise it was opiates which cause constipationa
;that my.interest is being guarded." at the same,time demands lengthy con of a lawyer using! such )logic. I admitit seen that his face 'had 'taken on the condition. that retards recovery froma the First National.
".\11 right If you will go; rp to the sultatlons I hope you will not forgetme. is not a crocus but I see no reason seriousness of a great resolution, andIt coll Ask" for Foley's Honey and
fW :treranda and get the trowel that is lying ')Iy office hours are from 10 to 5, to believe that it is a hyacinth. It Is was evident that his mind had been Tar and refuse any 'substitute offered. Women place their money here, draw-

by the step I will find an empty except when I am yachting golfing or 'I not necessarily a hyacinth because!' it made up finally on some matter of the W A. D'Alemberte, druggist and # checks 'and: handle their accounts in a
h'' spot in one of the beds In which to playing tennis." apothecary.to .
- is not a crocua. There are thousands of gravest Importance. manner that contradicts the old idea that
: plant my crocus. "Do you do much yachting?" other things that It maybe. You a lawyer When Betty saw him coming up the'
, When Jack had performed his:: errand "I usually spend Friday and Satur-i and to make such a claim.' Fie!" garden path, after his return abe was women have'no heads for business.

be found Betty kneeling on the borderof day of each week on board and take a "Oh. that is all right J A. lawyer always smitten with sudden confusion but she 6tart !it again. S
one of the bed waiting for him. lIe couple of long cruises each season." claims everything In sight.I managed to greet him with proper dig **I have taken. good care' of our bulb The ,age, the stability and the facilitiesof

gallantly offered to lo4be planting, but "Do you golf much?" she persisted. suppose we will have to ask Donald to -nity. After the usual exchange of ComplIments since you left. It has blossomed at the bank make it a favorite depository

ate scorned his assistance."Do with growing mischief in her eyes settle the matter for' UII'" 'and a few inquiries on her last" for, women.FIRST .
yon think" she cried, "that I "I make it a rule to play eighteen "We shall do nothing[ of the, kind part r(>regarding the cruise the conn\* "I have also watched the growth of

. ;:would trust th" nlinting of an innocent holes' each Monday and Wednesday. Let us wait until it flowers 'and then lion became monosyllabic. As usual on something you planted and it has also
I : little Im'b! to r' rnn whose knowledge It really' take*'a great deal of practice I'll undertake: to Mt it In addition to I such occasions s" revertei to the bulb blossomed! lie Raid: like one who had
carefully rehearsed
a part.
: ....<'---_ ___,_,_ n_ ___ n. __ .... "That I :
'\. --- --- planted? I don't: under
stand. And she looked at him with 1 1I NATIONAL BANK(

I I wide eyed wonder. She observed however /
that he looked very athletic and
I that, a tanned complexion became him. i 'PF PENSACOLA. FLA.

I ""Ves., I have watched: ;1 what you 'w: H KJIOWW.Pres!' w. K. HVER.JR.. V.'Pr'i.And CwXiw.
i planted. and it has blossomed into love.I I I To.W. BRaN? and W N. ROBCRTO.A..et.Caihlern.DIRECTORF .
COLDS THAT HANG ON I have come io ask' if you 'will care'for I : : C. Brest. W. A. D.Blount.O. Brent.W. H. Knowlea, W. K. flyer, Jr.
I that flower in my heart forever." i -
I Icoald -
Being of a. poetic temperament, how
she refuse a proposal so poetic? j -

-s So frequently settle on the lungs and result in Pneumonia or Consumption. Do hot take chances on a cold wearing r.When the matter was settled, with -

L away. or take something that only half cures it, leaving the seeds of serious throat and lung trouble. ,v pretty of.outaldal'8.formalities too sacred for the I U HILTON GREEN PxsitDUiT.R. T E. WKLLES. VJc..P.un
eyes she looked up at II. &CHILL.U.MHUr l1AN8J'lJtLD scoitirio: .Aar.Caas:1a!
him and exclaimed:

:"Wouldn't: you like to see the other I Citizens National Bank,
plant? It turns out to have\ been very of PeneieoU. Florid

significant", :XDlxreotoxrai.JJorrUtfjir. .
FOLEY HONEY fAR "I| doesn't bear orange blossoms Gpo.W "rhhl T. XRotation. Weitia!!
' w Coef It?* jXot Kli J.f. L.mItes Ores-i.
: exactly, but It bears something
almost as appropriate."
j "')'elI. it will be the favorite plant In r -

1 Stops the Cough and heals the. lungs and prevents our garden. some day. In fact I think l4*.4.e$4...,4... .......... .........Mi
Til ihave whole garden full of ft." J. S. REESE President E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier .
"I Lave found how it got here" she i -- R., M.;CAIiY. VIce-Presldent.

i: 4-I' Pneumonia and Consumption explained: as they passed through the!: J!
: i L garden.- "One of Donald's :children THEPOPLL'SBANKO1PNSACOL .

.. bt'09ght'It home from the woods and Director*.-L.: J. RYM. J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler. R. M. Gary,
Consumption Threatened Cured Hemorrhages of the Lungs putjt among the bulbs. Ue recognized. I.\ W., A. D'AIemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J, Hooton. :

S I C. Unger 211 Maple St.,Champaign, Ill.,writes: A.:M. Ake, Wood, Ind., writes: "Several years It and,tlirew ,It away." TRANSACTS. ..-GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. .
S 1 "I was troubled with, a hacking c ugh for a year and since my lungs were so badly affected that I bad When Jack saw the plant he laughed ,TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED .
"S- -: I thought I bad consumption. I tried a great many many hemorrhages. I took treatment with several !loudly and-their laughter mingled Into ....... .. ...................... o--..
"_S\ S" 5 remedies and I was under the care of physicians for physicians without any benefit. I then started to take mu IC!.. On the little mound where Betty -
I i several months. I used one hcttle of FOLEY'S FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR, and my lungs are had planted the bulb there bloomedas -
U b HONEY AND TAR. It cured me, and I .have not now as sound as a bullet. I recommend it m advanced Jack in.
fine a the-pulplt ;
S been troubled since. stages of lung trouble." .' as any one IiU5r-i
would wish to see.. ""'" "' .," 't.
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COUGHS AND COLDS Three.Sizes-25c, 50c, 100. Tha SO-ctnt size contains two and ne-halftlmes as much as tat small 1 ."It looks Just as 'If, It were ready ,to I I P.... ". '"' '-''-''a liH't.
: CURES slz* and th. $1.00 bottle almost six times as much. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. i perform. the marriage service and give 'Whole..l. and ReteLl
1 I TH"lt ',blessing." saidTack as he kneeled Steam, Domeslicf Anthracite COAL

3-- _- SOLD liD RECOMMENDED IY ,1 to bead'!remove near by.little weed that showedIts '. I and Blacksmith
.Office-No.. 4Sg South Palafox street. Telephone 93.

W. A. D'ALEMBERTF, nrggist, and Aoothecary,,, 121 .S. Palafox t. Pensaoola. 1 aIde: Betty him.very appropriately kneeled be- p.; Yard corner rragoaa', 'and Gonzalez st'Vts Phones 6 and. 37! 5P.
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'"Here" a picture Washington' crossing the Delaware. ,
"That was one ot the ,times when ,George didn't cut much lee'wun't ItT*

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Cora-George Washington never told a lie.Claud.In : \s\\

Tlew of that tact It's rather tough that be bas to carry some or '\ 4i
the letters that he does. ,


was years ago," said the gray- ,. CTEOR'z
hared! maD "but never shall I forget my
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are" and only visit to the sacred tfet r j1t
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where the remains of the Father of Ills 8

Country; are reposing."

Too refer to Mount Vernon' wa.lll"rl..d. WA3I-IINGTON.3 / c1

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"1 was In Cincinnati, air," continuedthe 1:' BIIZTftDAY

old maD In a dogged way "and I Feer V.rtrzz.

met a man who asked me to drink with .
Mm I did so. Then I' asked him to drink 1 .
with me. lie did so. Then we asked
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each other to drink with each other. We .. t.-. The shade of George Washington, on Its annual outing was hit by a speeding'automobile.
lid so. Then we went up on Walnut :. nnte 'u1 n wi r'c" I He Still Lives.There r
Hills and gazed on the sacred spot: and "1 e gods !" the ghost mattered, pulling Itself together, "while) on earth I fought .
!Up'II' to make future free and tndependentWashington --- *
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thought) of the great and glorious mau .
,"I', "j are !H towns In the United States glared at the vanishing auto.
resting there." i 11 But these too blamed free and Independent
.:..: \, IfI.I.: 'I" But see here my friend you are utterly ':' I 'I'', 1'111' There 'are 336 fire companies named
mistaken," protested the other. '"Theda : 'I--T-: : 1 .J I :''It""i after tbe great man.
,' of Washington reposes at Mount .: I' fr There are, over 10,000 meat markets HE IS IN DOUBT. .
\;ernon." named in his honor.
There S4 steamboats called after
"Is It possible are "Do yon believe that story ,about
tbe great figure In history.There
Sure as yon life. Ask anyone you L r a r\ are 5>>' mountains 20 lakes (0springsand George Washington cutting down the I
will } 7 rivers that might not bare cherry tree 'WIth' his little hatchet r* was
Wll. I was In Cincinnati anyhow: I met a man who asked me to been named bad Washington never been asked of the farmer who bad a seat In

That may be." drink with him. born. the smoking-car.

And I had about six good drinks. 1 1X00 It Is estimated that 4000 children are "Wall I'll be hanged It I know whether '
.jest and talk about the Panama Canal or named after him I every year,. and that "
"1 thouMn't wonder." to believe it or not. he replied.
affairs In Russia. I shall never see those, two-thirds of them are cross-eyed and
"And thit's all there Is to It, And now, drinks again, and the thought saddens redheaded. "How do yon meant**
1 don't mind, we'lf change the, sub- me." JOE KERB. / r
you There are Washington! hall, Washington "Wall when me'n Martha was marriedwe
v 0u hotels. Washington clubs 'Washington went to Mount Vernon on a trip, and

societies, Washington streets and we saw, the family residence and the
'who for a chance to
Washlngtonlans sigh
,' tomb. I asked one of the fellers about
save the\ country over again.
that cherry tree, and he took me outback
( There ;1* Washington pie, Washingtoncake
Washington 8a-uu Washington of the house and showed me the

custard, Washington cigars and Washington stump of It."
(q Er.r what-do-jou-cail-'ettt that ;you standup "DM t'b' Then I don't see how youcan if t
rwea! to the bar to drink. doubt."
Think of It: It he hadn't been born
"No. mebbe I hadn't ort t: but, you
everything In tbe above would have
to be called Smith, ,JOE KERR. see. I brought a sliver of that stump
fn=rI. -..-...-,--- borne with me, and when I.came. to look
I'It FAKE ANCESTORS. at It more closely I found the wood was 24
\a-- Eben-f-Why: cannot the Newrlches hire elm Instead of cherry. Mebbe the feller
butler! ., he
r a Japanese showed me the wrong stump mebbe

'... ... SMALL BOTH GRATITUDE Flo--Tbe Japs look at the "fake" family 'wss a liar and mebbe I was so l In love
the walls and say :
portraits on with Martha at the time that the elms

Teacher-What reason have we, to bless the name of George Washington? once me, but I am an .nc@stor-\\onblper.. and cherry trees got all mixed up. 1baln Showed me the stamp

s Bobby-He gave us a holiday just when skating Is nne you know, tOO t sayln which, way It was, but jest tr

lS contendln that Washington was a measure 'when be told 'tate ."

mighty good man and allus heaped, op tbe JOE KERR

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Tourist-Se yon knew George Washington! Is It true-that be: never' told a I % Y ,

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Ephrlam-Well, ef he did, sub he done and gone and tole It in slch away i s i

dat It sounded prezackly talk de trnfe! JJ'\t' I r p .j.

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neT were talking about the Father of ,
Hs Country on the street car and one manU l-
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\1'11 be was Indeed a great and good : ,
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But for him we might never haveMined : a l M '
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our Independence," observed a secOB "

And I should like to see a flag flying 1 / 1 f
from "
every building in the city on his .
birthday," added a third."

'Bat he ign't dead." said a little ,oldwman fl t .. e4

who had beenlistening. ; ." -, f' .
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What! George Washington not dead!r .:_

tirtitai"Oh, *Its one George of the men. are ?.. .. :z2 14 crovurir er ?tL1TlJT .YF.tL Gaaaaz ksrtrsr rnC.'Y'X 'Y ''

'pesking of, i. uj UpoB Washington me cowl I thought re 1 : i Gc Dz CrtYlPt91Y iJ ', eCSn:A13.?T1 11A r li.1'nU- TM !GXT.G4Ji AJ_ 'T_. CCRY t -\: J:'t'J
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n,, me husband Jimmy O'Shaugh- w1 'iBf6'l'
that,) KD(1 wo ready to agree with ye HE FOUVD IT wIse TO CONFESS. -" _
barring! his coming! home drunk aboutleVV .
Bell-Even you men change your minds sometimesEenTes
week, a tJctteY'maDnner wore shoe
I I suppose-that*wzea George Washington commenced oe the chertt'ut'e
Go on wid yet gab about the man '. o'Shancb- REMINISCENCES OF THAT CHERRY TREE.
'bllt? dcao. !' "ta bUlb.ad ,,.Ilium, he intended to-lie-about.It,
? not Interested. -

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; : n' :A'Y S'O/ :O- :'FJt'F FUN FROLIC" 'L'-: 'IND"D 'FRIVOLITY I 'at the t- MARDIGRAS' C CAR' .N' I I'Y'AL L


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

4 m i i from' ''his past year's .retirement ,in Mystic Realms.

1/ N. .0 .P. R I' 5 C U'S

I 1 See the military parade. Hear the ,music of the bands.

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


: Seethe' Coronation of the Queen !

i : I.2 2'aIIm..Days! ,'0', f FUrIOUS" Fr'oll.csome dunZ'_ ,MOIIDA FEBRUARY Y AND 26' .TUESDAY and 27. ,

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Z P* Z T* 3 $ tion of the love rs, but. -as finally Ie HM *iMW ii!# H* H Ho-H HHH' "' ..
thwarted and -destroyed bj the good Pensacola, SI. Andrews and:

; fairy Fanta ma. The quaint Farmer II QUINCY II| DIAMONDS, WATCHES, .JEWELRY, i
' I Close, and Dame Close. his wife, par. Gulf Steamship Co.
, cots
Hanlon and ,John H. Haslam, while -- !I SILVERWARE STEAMER TARPONW.
it F Drink-was.'er Knott who gets his share Special to The Journal.; t

y jf .'f i -f =, n 'E "H 1f'ili1, ->>$; x. .Jjfo of water when the pump' knocks hm Quincy. Feb. 17.-Mr. and Mrs J. L. :| ART POTTERY, OPTICAL:',GOODS, C. HARROW, Maater.PASSENGEH""AM.
1AMUSEMENTS Hanlon, McFarlln entertained! with informal :
. down portrayed by George a ver) Fmfr.CL+: =,
as Jr. and the Goat played: by William little dance' on' Tuesday night I CUT GLASSWARE, >
;f r Hanlon Jr. help to make up part of a for Mr. Prank Smuh.'of Chicago. Their .. .. FREIGHT SERVICE
great and attractive pantomine. guests were )Ir. and Mrs G M. Un- i -DetWYiI-:
Th< ballets transformations and Jerhill, Mr. McGiffen, of Jancsvlllo,
specialties are all of rare and artistic Wis.; Mr. \rguimbau, of New York; 'Engraving and Fine Stationery.; PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHl.

merit. Such names as Miss Clara Mr. and Mis W. M: Com', Mrs Dla- i *"* COLA. CARRABELLE ST. AN.
Thropp three Rot>si brothers in "A tour, Mr.. Beekman D*>!atour and: Miss DREWS. MILLVILLE.
$ Mysterious Sweetheart" and Frank' Holcombe, of Brooklyn M' and Sirs .
.ft Vi : And all points on Andrews Biv
V V Whitman The Dancing Violinist" are I C. S. Curtis, Mr and Mrs \V. H. Ide, J Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention: i Carrabelle and Apata, .hicolL *
t only a few of the special features. in Mrs. J. I... Davidson, Mrs Hanna, Miss .
si trod need. I Underhill, Mss We,' Miss Dixon, Mr. SCHEDULE
This attraction is booked for tomorroW R. M. Davidson and Mr.: Albert Cor- Leave Pensacola Sunday, 1:30 p.K. .
1akw night. ry.' I E. ,O. Zadek Jewelry Co. for Mobile, AlL

\t the regular monthly meeting of Leave Pensacola, Tuesday 8:30 p.
M, Cures Sciatica the Quincy Board of Trade, held! on MOBILE, ALA. m. for St. Andrews, MlllvIUe.! Apa-:
t C .e ? K. Rev. W. L. Riley L. I.. D, Cuba Tuesday evening, February 13th prop- fl:" ii:7 .I1"H *Hf! K. lacaicola, Carrabelle and Intermediate:

New York writes-: "_\ft r fifteen ositions wc!'e received from some of{ __ 'n.__._ __.__. __ ____ ___ __ points '
days of excruciating pin from sciatic our progressive citizens relative} For, additional information apply" t.
: rheumatism, under various treat the building of Quincy's new hotel. NN N N NNNNN NNN NN1 N J. R. SAUNDRRS.E. ; .

as ment, I was induced to try Ballard's The conuniite on public improvements -. R- COBB, Pralld t.
na Snow Liniment; the first application which has charge of this matter Gen Frt and Pass. Agt.PensaeoU .

i __ giving my first relief and the second was instructed to confer with 1he''i' Mighty Good and Wholesome 0 Fla
:- entire relief. I can give it unqualified owners of tone of the most desirable

< recommendation. 2:ac, 50c., $1.00. Sold: hotel sites; and report at an early late<< I f
by all druggists. The plan is now; assuming definite f Heaps of delicacies crowd our store, now-thej'ra'- f DIRECTORYJoppa

form and W3hope soon:to: have an up-: s fr slfrand pure,, ..ilsre's a bunch of the best:

At to-date hotel here ,s Kasher Ring and Thick Sausage .. ,..: ..,;,. ..... 15c s Lodge, No. 6, I. O. 0. F.

PRAISE FOR Mr J. S. Shaw sold Ins handsome Kasher Werner and Knack Sausage,,.,,; ,,,, 15c Joppi Lodge Xo 6, I. O O I- V

r /H residence: last week to Mr:' A. D Coy) Kasher Corned Beef, select, Ib.....; ...... t,.. .,., .. 20c meets every Tuesday evening at ; '"
of ''
,J THE JOURNAL :ington Mr and Mrs Jacksonville Covirtgton, for expect$11,000.to Kasher Smoked Beef, select, Ib....,,, '. ... ..,. ,;,. ,,., .. ...25c.. : o'clock St. Visiting at Rafford brethren Hall are, Wrtsi cordial Gardes! ,n.vlted. ..

make Quincy theIr. future home. | Kasher Tongues, very fine.......... ..._ .,,, ?. ,.. .... 25c .

The following letter, which explains Miss Mae Moore .wEb has been th?1 Lentels, Green Kern, Split Peas. T. II. FLEETWOOD, X. U
guest,of :ser: sister, Mrs. H. F. Sharon, '
itself was received a few' days ago, for Everything in the vegetable line can be furnished by'S J.. W. GINGLES Sec.
r some weeks returned to her home
!. and is very gratifying to The Jour in 'Livingoton, .Ala, last -Sunday'Mr The Z 31jan6m
..i ; nal: ': and Mrs Argnimbau with their LAZJACOBY Popular
i Tampa, Fla, Feb. 12, 1906. Eon, Air Fianc's A'-mmbau' of New Grocer. TG Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of r,
, ;." The Pensacola Journal, meets every Monday evening at 7'3J:)
York, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Pensacola.. Fla. o'clock at their temporary Castle Ilanover
G. M Underhill.
Your favor of the 9th inst. to hand, Iou stable. W. Intcndencia St.
e tt Mr and Mrs J. S. Shaw left last welcomed,
and we were glad to hear from }'Oo. Sunday for New;York, where Mr Shaw .. Visiting brethren cordially ,
: x We are planning a campaign of news will buy "iu usual large stock of summer Dffgd eQ ,,
paper advertising, and as soon as we goods. io ,
j; VR are ready we will remember )-00. We s g '
cheerfully recommend On Thursday night Mr. and Mrs A. Are You Rathbone Lcdge1;
can your paperto Planning to Remodel?
R Fred nation, as Pico; the Clown, inFantasma, Tomorrow Night. anybody that wants to advertise L. Wilson entertaIned. theirwhist AP RpAS 30, K. of P, meets eve'j
r... their goods in your section. From club In a most delightful manner. The If Thursday evening at 8 I//')
you contemplate remodeling your present
V our experience with advertising in very beautiful table decorations, 4 o'clock in their temporaryCastle
t "Fantasma" Tomorrow Night. are portrayed by Ralph de Haven and newspapers we found yoirr paper to score home now or in the near future jou ,should Hall, over POll sty
'' r Hanlon Bros, Fantasma takes Us: Lone PaIru er.- 1'1Ie't'ti'l'ma1''care be of the cards and prizes were all appropriateto .. ble W. Intcndencia str- "
one most profitable r study the subject of Plumbing. Good is of the ;
, i' title from the good fairy by the same Kitty Mayo'15 in the skilfull hands of Using mediums. Valentines Day. The guests were plumbing one Visiting knights are codially >

: :r.drue. Thia role is essayed by the the well) known''actress and .impersonator Yours very truly, Mr and Mrs. W._ M. Corry, :\11'. 'and 1 ,happiest features of a modern home. It not only contributes 1 j welcomed.
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;1 1 beautiful who and talented lissnos Miss Clara Thropp; Kitty in hervjld EL NACIOXAL. CIGAR CO.,. Mrs G. M. Underhill }Ir. and lllrs.Arguimba'r to the comfort and health of the occupants 'but is a source J. D. KIRK, C. C
Mavo;; because of her graceful: wanderings finally finds a new
Per Rosenthal C. J. LEVY. K. of K. & S.
4 dancing and finely modulate voice is plaything, the clown Pico, Mr Fred Mrs. Delatour, Mr. and .* of pride" to the owner..
I -inin "ntJy fitted for the Queen of Good Hanlon and Pico gets! himself and These! people are the manufacturersof Mrs. Ide, Mr. and Mrs. :M.: H. Wilson, I of Columbus.
the famous "Fama I Knights
( end Right: Queen Fantasma, as all others into all soma'of-funny'trouble Nacional Cigar. Miss Underhill, Miss Ide, Miss Ho1combe We will gladly discuss Meetings of the
which of the
good queens should 1o, protects the The demon Zamahel l, is played by now one leading brandsof I V I,
and Mr. B C. Love.. with and Knights of Colummj' :
five cents in plumbing
it Covers of the plav from the imps and Mr Alfred G, Swenson Zamaliel represents cigars this market, yeti I held their .
demons, and after a series of misnaps the power of E11and, is the and for which the 'Welles-Kahn Company .j t t4 n give you the benefit of our I: : No.are 8 West at Intendencia na .
brings about their happiness. The King of the longarm-d demons and are wholesale agents. A WORM KILLER. _
installed street,
f; exper cnce. Having on ever
lovers, Arthur Young and Lena Close, imp-maidens. lIe plans' the destruc J. A. J. Montgomery Puxico, WayneCo. Monday evening at
A \ modern
., Mo, writes: -"I have little twin I plumbing 7:30 o'clock. A3 n'

OLD AGE girls, who have been bothered with systems in}, numerous fine I viUtlon ia extended; :
I tried to visiting:
. worms all their lives. everything Knights
? homes refer
\ we can you to
to relieve them which failed until JOHN B JONES
/ ,,- ,, used White's Cream' Vern fug ; .it many: satisfied customers. : : ED I. FOX. Grand Knight!
"- < DEPENDS NOT UPON YEARS BUT the first two doses brought four A little knowledge the Recorder.
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II t worms from one of them, the next

'?.. '- ---. .." UPON VITAL FORCE.In two doses, twelve, one' of them measuring 1 \ "I subject will be-beneficial to Ir Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. O. F.
;:. : I twqive inches, ; the. other ,cbud ,' t j \ j" you in the selection of the D+ y Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0 0 r.
I; : was only relieved 'of four worms.' It h \ meets every Thursday evening at 7 :Stat
1f3i. ,.1jp .' P?nsatola lately there has beena is a most excellent medicine" White's ;I t best material and fixtures the new hall on West GariM"'

, lf good deal cf discussion in regard to Cream Vermifuge is good; for childrcn it and in their proper location street. Visiting brethren ror.iauyinvited. :!
'"::V d 'JoE : old people. Some at fifty :rears call It not only destrojs" worms, It j the T house. E. GREENBLATT
;:. :' ": :- r3' 5 i : I' themselves old, and ready appear so helps the child 'to perfect growth, througho J. NEVILLE_Secretary.REBEKAH .

,. I while others at seventy seem active, wards off: sickness. Sold by all druggists .
'" -- oIlo."l J If you will call to consult SISTERS.
l .. .' vigorous and)-OIUI?. : '
I'r It is not- will show Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sl'-
\ --- : :years but it is loss of vital us we
y..11 force that makes a person old the of ters meets every Monday night at
"'- > poor circulation vxm start function- The people of South 'Carolina Insist 1 ".$tattdm'd'' Ware ,we Ing sisters cordially Invited to be P'8>

s' aj powers and vitality .on the wane,: upon supplying Speaker Cannon with have ''showrooms. t ent. MRS S. DeTHUER,
and then the symptoms of old MISS MAMIE 'FREEMAN. Secretary
age the WashingtonPost.
wearing apparel says and Ware is the.. best
"SteDdatd' plumbing
quickly appear.A The latest contribution from that quote you .
Ii! tWt.1 i. ''/ M. E.' B--A. No. 81, meets first and!
member of the flrnor W. H
: state to the speaker's wardrobe Is apall' material made-every piece is guaranteed. Ask {for riot illustrated
(I third Wednesday evening at 7 30 :9;
/ / Rt! 0 : White S. Co, says "that old feeling '
If'' 1. may be warded off,,and w e wish every of white yarn socks. They are the booklet Modern Home Plumbing." m. Rafford Hall, No 10 Vest In'ea:
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\ : gift of the "Kowla Courier force:of b.
i 'A "" f )1 '. person In Pensacola, who feels old i 1. dencia street.
.' : ::JlitI I I I ift' if// whether they are so in years or 'not, Marshall S. C." A. G. FELL Pre
; 1 : 1 1'r would try the great discovery Vinol.I The socks are made of the same material WICKE&COV J. U SWEENEY. Sec.
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: ,f(: 'f'. .. I iT., I, ,. .' We know that It has vital principles as the galluses that 'were. presented l'\
J tJ '' I" f4 -. ...... which will in a natural manner to the bpeaker some time ago i W. O. W. **
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strengthen digestion, send rich, red /With his new.' homespun suit, which vo Ci' Live Oak Camp No. I, W.'r*
JI"t: -LL i ."tl biood coursing through the veins, and also came from South Carolina, and his -- 4 meets in Pythian Hall :r"i"
.; I .. i, d 1{fIeLL ,' give new life and strength to every galluses and his new socks'the speaker --- Wednesdays in each month. \WuBJ

'.::1.1 If t'o.- 1t. ,1. .## '. ,rt organ of the bony and this is what -is a walking' advertisement of the'Industries sovereigns cordially invited.
..-.. '" 7.sPP'om.: :.1.i 'tP.t :.c>.. makes the old feel young again. P..A. BOGHICH, C. C.

:N. .''; : .4"t4, (//nlii,1 i.J.-1t-(1f'-. ,Mrs. 11: \\. Avery says; .' of the state LESLIE E. BROOKS Clerk.Woodman's _
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; $! :. IIl 'f "At the age .of eighty-nlns I felt "
aJ .. Joke en a Joke.mttb.Buiglars
;r; Circle.
the need of a tonic something to
,ml .. -rt'i'';. : I strengthen and build me up. Po- entered the :home of Joseph W. O. ".. C. .Oak- Grove, No ..

./I, :; { !f.s i I.. somo time I have been taking Vinol; Keppler, editor and proprietor of is s rerltabe) dragon of lU-bMlti! It levM|n to pat Woodman Circle meets: every our

.: ii? n r '...f' J': .. ., 7r75 : and I have found that it brings vigor Puck,.at Smith terrace and Richmond case moro phrefoal tar to wrecks dmerlean.than.* buy ta7 OtDer one dLs. day.3 p. ra.. 2d floor Pytblan Hail VPr
ll.it i I it ; : "' L>' I and renewed vitality to the aged as. road Stapleton. N. \. 'tbe'other'night.. WHY? the Pou's stable, on Intendencia urefiVisitins
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;; 1 .$ ..: nothing else will do." says the New York Times. After'carrying of the malady the 7brMisnp0a *t*5>nZS sovereigns cordially; m : eti.

.;r .;, :, r. ; jt; Vine! repairs worn tissues, checks .' off $1,000 worth of valuable 'or S IL /j jminenlmeto Dan'tq'enai.' It Mrs. Leona Langford, Guardian; !M's.

: titr n Yr ,. the natural decline and replaces. they left a note saying: poelttveljt 11"HERBINE alt M. B. Olsen. Clerk.
weakness with strength. Itis an '
V a.
; but we
"We apprecitite'a good Joke .
: Ideal old'fo1ks.
ff1. 'In body builder ." -- -
iti.l'go ,; rrr f We promise that Vinol is,, i think the Joke's on you A. M
V V' ; "' = ... you first Included In what was stolen wen tomranudRuimTtTcm uj oat of fc Escambia, Lodge, No. 15, F. A
4 : of all. agreeable. because it contains pojeiy kertwl. oo.Hyt1.ti tnSTD5m1 Regular Communlcat on
"' \ l: \ ......... -= 1 .n. .t no fishy qil. Second, that It 1$ a gea some oil paintings >rugs. Jewelry and oornec.aun.er.Jda-lotMt OttSij SSSUliflOcperbotd Efccambia Lodge No 15 F sa
r. ;;. .......... r\ unlne liver mwlcine 'containing, silverware : : AADu :
./-6 ..... ...- -11: cod ; *, +. A, M, will be held Mondat
._ .. all the curatives, and :I
]I '. ft ffL \ medicinal evening February ,
'. """'I... =' =_ -.," _- h r" ," 1iJ II W. strength making elementsetrn* direct Favorite Doc For A.t.Ut.. 1:30 o'clock Visiting brethren fr*'

;;:urQ tea';>r..and The Alsatian. ,nd Spits,dogs are now ternally I Invited. :
we will' return yonr monSv'irit said to be the favorites for uto n C. D. BEVER
rof! da exactly what we claim thlra.j look :in hl1-1 ,,. '- V DAILEY .. W M l.
Ing. W. ,
better .
as they G ,
The from ; Tommorrow # '
; Haunted Castle, Scene "Fantasma Night. W. H. White & Co, druggists.: : ALL, DR -
.. than otheg-treedy!. UGGIST8..1...:vs-: ;." ,.tf Sec ...

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